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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD July 1971 WAS HOCKEY EVER THIS FUNNY It must be rem iniscing that brings about the Vic left Bronco centre and Earl got together Tuesday at Henderson Lake Golf Club and it was all laughs as the trio remembered old Horvath and Stasiuk formed the centre and right wing of the famed Boston Bruins Uke Line while Ingarfield recently hung up his skates after retiring from the California Golden Horvath was a Lethbridge visitor the past few Jenkins survives 11hit attack Ellis doubts hell start game By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wile Dock Ellis of Pittsburgh Pirates doubts hell start the allstar baseball disabled Jerry Koosman of New York Mets just wonders when hell be able to pitch With notching his 12th straight the Pir ates downed Cincinnati Reds 52 Tuesday night and opened a spread in the National League East over the who lost to Montreal Expos Houston Astros continued San Franciscos beating the Giants Chicago Cubs downed Los Angeles Dodg ers 31 and Atlanta Braves beat Philadelphia Phillies Louis and San Diego were not Asked if he anticipates being the National League starter next Tuesday against Oaklands sensational Vida Ellis re plied I doubt if theyll start a brother from the American League and a brother from the He was referring to the fact both he and Blue are Roberto Clcmenle of the Bucs tripled in the sixth inning and scored on Richie Hebners sac rifice breaking a 11 Al Olivers tworun triple wrapped it up in the the Mets once prized lasted only one inning against the who clipped him for two runs on Ron Hunts Ron Woods triple and Rusty Staubs sacrifice Then he went on the 21day dis abled The muscles around the shoulder blade1 and side are all said Some times it gets so bad it even af fects my Bill Stonemans sixhitter Short sport THREEYEAR FACT REGINA CP Hon Lan last years most valu able player in the Canad i a n Football today signed a three year contract with Saskatchewan The spunky little quarter back who was hampered much of the 1970 Western Football Conference season with a bad has been with the Riders since 1963 and has made he western all star team on four KILLED IN TRAFFIC NORTH CP Carl former presi dent of Die Northern Ontario Hockey and well known in Canadian mining cir has been killed in a traf fic accident in Grand FASTEST TIME STOCKHOLM AP Olym pic gold medalist Kipchoge Keino of Kenya won the mile race Tuesday clocking the best time in the world this SIX IMPORTS DROPPED OTTAWA CP Tight end Freeman White was among six imports dropped Tuesday by Ot tawa Rough Riders of the East ern Foot ball The former New York Giant was among the last minute help called in by Riders last RILEY MCORMICK PRESENTED WEEKLY AS A PUBUC SERVICE IN THE INTEREST OF RODEO UPCOMING RODEOS CALGARY STAMPEDE July 8 to 10 end 12 to 17 FORT MACLEOD MIDNIGHT DAYS July 11 LETHBRIDGE WHOOPUP DAYS July 19th24th MEDICINE HAT STAMPEDE July 31 Standing room Only marked the success of trie annual Raymond Stampede and Race Meet held July The day kicked off with a which included floats and marching The rodeo the oldest in Canada since was enlarged upon this year with the addition of bull which was dominated by Rocky Rockabar of Medicine SADDLE BRONC Roctcy Rockabar 68 pts Doug Void63 ptl CALF ROPING Arnold Haraga Dale Rose BULL RIDING Rocky Rockabar 71 pts Phil lyns 69 pis LADIES BARREL RACE Vickie Manderville Dorothy STEER WRESTLING Chock Bootwriglit Lynn Jensen AMATEUR SADDLE BRONC Doug Void 67 pis Del Healy 54 pts Southern circuit action will soon be centred on lelhbridge WhoopUp Days where we remind you to drop into Riley McCormick for the finest and most authentic western wear in Southern Whether it be boots by Justin and Tony by H Bar Karmon and Tern or a belt for that western we ot Riley McCormick have Ihe largest and most complete selection for you to choose Thousands of pairs of lees and levii to outfit your enliro family for WhoopUp Riley in Centre Village A Tradition RILEY SERVING THE WEST SINCE 1901 CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 3285644 doomed the punchless Mets to their sixth loss in seven The Giants dropped their third in a row and seventh in 10 Houston jumped on Ron Bryant for three runs in the first Watson had a tworun single and scored on Jim Wynns Jack BilUngham and George Culver limited the Giants to six including Bobby Bonds 19lh MAINTAIN LEAD the who lead the National League West by 3V4 ground didnt to Los lose The Cubs ended the Dodgers five winning Ferguson Jenkins effectively scattered 11 hits for his 12th victory and an error by short stop Maury Wills in the third in ning opened the gates for three unearned Jenkins singled and Don Kes singer was safe on the After Jenkins was picked off Glenn Beckert singled and Billy Williams hit a sacri fice fly for the first The others were driven in by Ron Ssntos double and a single by Brock Hothitting Mike Lum snapped a tie with a tworun double in Ihe helping the Braves end the Phillies fourgame winning Hal King homered as At lanta dealt Rick Wise his third straight loss since his nohitter against Bourassa tops at Fort Macleod Lawrence Bourassa of the host Fort Macleod Golf Club carted home top honors in the recent Fort Macleod tourna Bourassa bested Lome Gray of Lethbridge in the champion ship flight Glen Bouzyan of Slavery top ped the field in the first flight while Lewis Tait of Fort Mac leod was The sec ond flight went to Leo Bourassa as he won out over Ralph Both were from the host Bertha Stewart kept the championships at the host club as she won the gals section over Alice Fairbairn of Clares The horse race honors went to Bill Merrill of Lethbridge with Lawrence Bourassa sec High hidden hole went to Noel Doherty while Darrel Asplund won low hidden Brooks tops AllStars Stargell lead way NEW YORK AP Atlan tas Hank Aaron and San Fran ciscos Willie two of base balls alltime and Pitts burghs Willie S t a r g e the major league leader in home runs and runs batted were named today as the starting outfield for the 1971 National League allstar starting for the 12th Will Cash piny By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Norm the hothanded first baseman of Detroit is really going places this year in but the allstar baseball who finished second to Baltimores Boog Powell in the allstar says he believes Earl American League wont choose him to the I dont think hell change his mind said But Weaver may have second thoughts after what happened Tuesday Cash drove in six runs with two threerun ho mers to lead the Tigers to a 127 romp over New York To further spice the allstar Powell was taken out of action Tuesday night with a sore wrist as Weavers Orioles split a twinight doubleheader with Washington Bal timore won the first game 62 and Washington the Elsewhere in the American Boston Red Sox nipped Cleveland Indians 32 Oakland Athletics topped Chicago White Sox M Kansas City Hoyals nudged Milwaukee Brewers 10 and California Angels turned back Minnesota Twins PERFORMANCE BETTER Cash was runnerup for the allstar in Detroit next Tuesday despite a better offensive per formance than Hes hilling to Powells has a leagueleading 19 homers to Powells 14 and has scored 37 runs to Powells Boog leads in runs batted 54 to The Tiger first hav ing his best year so says he has read in newspapers that Weaver wont pick him as an allstar sub because he has a lot of guys who can also play first Cash unloaded a threerun homer in the second inning when the Tigers tagged New York starter Stan Bahnsen for seven Cash then crashed a threerun shot off Gary Jones in the Don Brooks Robinson and Merv Rettenmund un leashed firstinning home pacing Baltimore to its first Same victory that snapped Washingtons sixgame winning The Senators came back to lake the Lenny Ran dle scored Washingtons winner when Baltimore reliever Dick Hall fielded a ball Ml by Toby Harrah and threw it pasl catcher Ellie muff ing Ihe chance at the Reggie Smith struck his 17th homer in the fifth inning and John Kennedy tripled in another tally in a tworun sixth to lead Boston to its 12th triumph in 15 Reggie Jackson lashed three including his 17th to help Oakland rout Diego Segui checked the White Sox on one hit until relief pitcher Tom Bradley hit a fifth inning time and appearing in his 20th ailstar was the top vote getter in both major leagues with votes out ballots also named as a starter ttir the 12lh time and playing in his 22nd allstar was sec ond1 in lie National League with Stargell collected far ahead of fourthplace finisher Lou Brock of Louis who had GIANTS PLACE 2 San Francisco will be the only tfain with two starters for the National Leaguers when they oppose the American League in the classic at Detroit in a night game July In addition to the Giants Willie Mo Covey will be at first Completing the sUrttng Na tional League infield will be sec ond baseman Glenn Beckert of Chicago shortstop Bud Harrelson of New York Mets and third baseman Joe Torre of The be Johnny Bench of Cincinnati Bench was the only other Na tional Leaguer to garner more than a million He re ceived in the balloting announced b y commissioner Bowie Mays and Beckert are repeaters from the 1970 starting LEADS IN AMERICAN Third baseman Brooks Robin son of Baltimore Orioles led the League voting with Picked to join Robin son in the infield were shortstop Luis Aparicio of Boston Red second baseman Rod Carew of Minnesota Twins and first baseman Boog Powell of Ray Fosse of Cleve land Indians was selected as the Chosen to start in the outfield were Carl Yastrzemski of Bos Tony Oliva of Minnesota and Frank Robinson of Balti Each of the starters selected by fans throughout the United States and Canada must play three The remainder of the including will be named by the cinnatis Sparky Anderson for the National Leaguers and Bal timores Earl Weaver for tire lead NEW YORK AP Stan runnerup at and Evonne the womens lead the Grand Prix of Tennis points Smith of who lost to defending champion John Newcombe in the AllEng land Lawn Tennis Champion ships last displaced Hie Nastase who had led the mens standings for eight Smiths 30 points at Wimble don boosted Ins total to 92 while the Romanian Davis Cupper re mained at Miss Goolagongs victory over Margaret Court was two since she not only took the Wimbledon crown from her fellow Australian but also the Grand Prix Miss Goola gong now has 102 points to Courts Third in the mens standings announced Tuesday is Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia with Trailing Court with 61 points is Billie Jean King of Long who was knocked out of Wimbledon by Miss Goolagong in the semifi Hanson doesnt buy it Bouchers idea no good OTTAWA CP The conten tion that only through top junior talent could Canada regain in ternational hockey supremacy was challenged here Frank Hockey Hall of Fame and former commis sioner of the Western Canada made the statement at recent dinner in But Hal University of head coach and presi dent of the Canadian Hockey Coaches doesnt huy the idea on either an inter national or national In an Hanson fore saw tho eventual fragmentation 25 GALLON GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS Only Phone JACK FULLER Installers available and demise of the junior hockey program in as the senior program fell into gen eral disrepair several years Junior hockey in Canada al ready has adopted the twotier he which just means the kids playing in the second tier have almost no chance of Now he Boucher is sug gesting an elite of 30 be selected to represent Canada in interna tional INTERESTED IN FUTURE But Hanson was more inter ested in tho future of hockey inside Canada than on the inter national although he said university hockey offered the opportunity of playing semian in the World Student He acknowledged freely that ar nilstar cam of university players would hold little chance against Sweden and the other teams in world championship and Olym pic aside from being a mat ter of he wondered if this was the most important aspect of the Hanson was more concerned with the 98 per cent of young hopefuls who had no chance of making hockey a career and the 75 per cent who he said dropped out of hockey by the time they were 15 because of frustration at the pressure and what he called of minor hockey in In iLs place lie offered college and university hockey as the fu ture hope of hockey develop ment in who did a survey for Hockey Canada in said therenow are 43 universities and more than 50 community colleges in where hockey is played and some thing over ANDY CAPP OH ER OWN ME GOT NO TIME P ME SINCEES TAKEN UP IVE GOT TIME ON ME DASLIN YERVE GOT IT ON VER MATE ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Pittsburgh New York Chicago 4 SI Louis 42 Philadelphia 35 Montreal L Pel 31 35 38 41 San Francisco Los Angeles Hcusron Atlanta Cincinnati San Olego 55 TODAYS GAMES Montreal Morton 710 at New York Williams 32 Cincinnati Holnn 69 at Pittsburgh Briles 41 or Johnson 46 N Philadelphia Lersch 47 at Atlanta Reed 86 N Chicago Pappes B8 and Decker oo at Los Angeles Downing 104 and Alexander N Houston Dierkcr 114 ul San Fran cisco Stone 57 Louis Gibson 57 at S8n Diego 66 N TUESDAYS RESULTS Philadelphia 001 111 180 Atlanta 121 5 10 3 Wise 87 Wilson 7 and Ryan Stone 23 Unshew 9 and HRs 5 Monfroal 300 102 590 New York 6 3 Stoneman 10B and Bateman Koos msn 42 Gcnlry 2 McGraw W and Cincinnati 100 2 11 fl Pittsburgh 000 101 5 8 3 McGlothlin 46 Carroll 7 and Bench Elfis 143 Grant 6 Giusfi 9 and Chicago M3 000 Q Los Angeles 001 000 1 11 1 Jenkins 12B and Cannlizaro OBrien 22 Pena 4 and Houston 300 000 9 1 San Francisco Oil 101 260 Billingham 4B Culver 8 and HI att Bryant 74 Carrlthers 1 Me Mahon 6 Johnson 7 and HR LEAGUE LEADERS SiL W LA Chi stL Pah Chi AB 324 23 353 R H Pet 51 118 53 11B 48 105 59 110 48 97 31 61 115 49 B8 43 104 Pgh 326 Pgh 265 Home runs 28 Runs baited in 80 Pitching 9 decisions Pitts MINOR BALL International League Syracuse 6 Louisville 4 Rochester 7 Toldeo Tidewater 16 Charleston 5 Richmond 7 Winnipeg 5 Pacific Coast League Phoenix 3 Tucson 2 Spokane 8 Portland 3 Tacoma 3 Eugene 2 Salt Lake 4 Hawaii 1 Eastern League Quebec City 5 Pittsfield 2 TroisRivleres 3 Wnterbury 1 Reading 7 Manchester 3 Elrnira 5 Pawtucket 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Baltimore Boston Delroit New YorK Cleveland Washington 50 47 31 33 37 37 At 36 45 43 Wi 6 U 33 48 17 West Oakland 53 28 Kansas city 532 70 Minnesota 39 43 14W 48 Chicago 34 45 78 Milwaukee 34 45 18 TODAYS GAMES Caltfornla Clark 5fl at Minnesota Kaat 67 N Kansas City Buelter 11 at Mil waukee Parsons 79 N Oakland Odum 44 aJ Chicago John 49 N New York Peterson 77 at Detroit Cain 53 N Boston Tjant 02 end Culp 96 at Cleveland Hand 14 and Foster N Washington Bcsman 69 at Balti more Dobson 84 N TUESDAYS RESULTS FIRST Washington 001 001 2 t Baltimore 402 001 1 Shellenbatk 35 Pina 7 and Cas anova McNally 134 and Etchebsr HRs 1 Howard 13 B Robinson 10 Rettenmund SECOND Washington 1M Ml 1 Baltimore oo 1 s i Cox 130 6 and Cas anova Jackson 25 Hall 7 Watt 8 and HR WashHow ard Kansas City 000 100 6001 4 Milwaukee wo 0 i l Drago 94 and Kirkpatrlck Pattln 79 Sanders 5 and Boston 000 Oil 0003 T fl Cleveland 101 000 2 10 1 Slebert 124 Peters 7 and Mont gomery Lamb 55 Farmer 7 Mln gorf 9 and HRs New York til 240 L Detroit 070 300 u Bahnsen 8B Hardin 2 Jones 4 Waslewsfd 5 Aker 7 McDantet S and Loiich 136 and Frew HRS 13 DelCash Oakland 061 1 Chicago 010 1 Segui 53 Locker 9 and Magnuson 11 Bradley 5 Kealey fl and HRs California 3M 1 Minnesota 120 010 5 7 1 Laroche 41 7 len B and Stephenson Cor bin 56 4 Perranoskl H Williams 8 and HR CalMcMuI LEAGUE LEADERS AB 47 220 41 64 KC 46 KC 280 38 R H PCt 49 101 47 97 41 70 77 4fi 94 87 Bal 214 36 65 Mil 266 42 80 Was 9B 34 89 Home runs 19 Mel IB Runs batted In Minne 56 54 Pitching 9 decisions Balti GENERAL JUMBO 780 BELTED WHITEWALLS F781415 G781415 H781415 ELRICH TIRE COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 401 111 South WrtM 3274445 ;