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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THf ICTHIWOOI HflRAlO Saturday, July 7, 1973 Tad Nicblaus TEE UP NEAR THE TROUBLE THE SIMPLE MATTER OF VOU SHOULD THE ON THE TEE CRN MflKE fl CONSEQUENT! fit- DIFFERENCE IN YOUR SCORE. THE FIRST THINGv OF COURSEN IS TO FIND fl FLfVT SPOT. NOW, THE CHOICE OF WHICH SIDE OF THE TEE TO USE. IF THERE IS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE FfllRWflY, YOU SHOULD HIT FROM THE LEFT SIDE OF THE TEE. THIS ENRBLES YOU TO RIM TOWflRD THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE FHIRWRY flND flWRY FROM THE TROUBLE. IF THERE flRE HRZfiRDS ON THE RIGHT. TEE UP ON THE RIGHT. 216 Copyright 1973 Golden Bear. Iflt All Right! Dist. Canada Wide Feature Race results CALGARY (CP) Stampede Park racs results Friday: FIRST two-year-olds, five (Morris) 9.70 3.60 2.90; Pouce Coupe (Hedge) 3.30 3.10; Hill- tide Hero (McCauley) 2.80. Time: Victorian Host, Jokers Hill, Brother Beau, Derby Dart, Fifty Strait also SECOND claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 tur- Rying. Speed (Phelan) 13.70 3.10 3.10; Fort Macleod rodeo goes on Sunday The Fort Macleod Midnight Days 67th annual rodeo is slated for Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Always one of the more popu- lar rodeos, the Midnight Days show features many of the world's best cowboys who travel down from the Calgary Stampede to take in the one day rodeo. Stock for the show win be supplied by Reg Kesler, one of the best stock contractors in the business and Reg will also act as arena director. The five major rodeo events will be featured in addition to barrel racing, boys steer riding and amateur saddle bronc rid- The rodeo bull fighter will be wen known Mickey Bagnell of Spokane, Washington. Scaina's Fleet Boy (Stadnyk) 4.00 2.70; Mystical Arts (Watson) 2.70. Mr. "Lament, 'Roily Chino, Magic Kid, Fabienne, Robins Ranger also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 4-year-olds and up, fsland Master (Rasmussen) 8.50 7.90 3.80; Smooth Edge (McCauley) 14.70 4.80; Homecoming Day (Inda) 3.00. Time: 1-5. Dispensation, Arctic John, Hewin- sum. Cariboo Trail, Inn also ran. QUINELLAt J96.30 FOURTH claiming 3-year-olds, UMrv9L. C. CWiseman) 11.30 5.10 3-90; Red Power (Giesbrecht) 9JO 5.M; Double Way (Stadnyk) 510. Brendakendan, Eagle Star, Red Vic- tory, Irish Armade, also ran. FIFTH claiming, 4-year olds and up seven furlongs. Return To Dance (Inda) 21.40 10.80 6.10; Tropic Tide (Shields) 6.90 3.50 Wilver Waters (Giesbrecht) 5.10. Time: 3-5. EXACTOR: Easter Haig, Speeds Beauty, Lets Get Going, Paddygoeasy and New Al- ertaisoran. claiming, 4-year-dds and up (Hedge) 12.60 4.00; Roar Of MJrth (Wiseman) 11.50 4.M; New Response (Watson) 3.30. Time: 4-5. New Response, Pams Delight, Shields Of Hope, Pebble Hill, More Money also SEVENTH allowance, 4-year-otds and up 7 furlongs. Big Dan (Campbell) 4.30 3.70 2.90 Ims Kids (Kipling) 5.00 3.20; Cypress Cove CD. Wiseman) 2.90. Time: 2-5. Timber Topper, Ice Palace, Peutcil. Hum, Country Cutup also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up 4JO 4.70 Same Affair (Parsons) 3.00 2.70; Mor ning Master (Campbell) 3.00. Time: Reverse Current, Coal Dust, Kizan Hot Beef, Polished Point also ran. QUINELLA: Anything FIBRE GLAS WE CAN REPAIR WESCAN'CAR TOP COUTTS HIGHWAY But. 328-4676 KM. 378-4589 Montreal explodes twice at home Expo catcher is modest sometimes he gets mad By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Catcher John Boccabella, ac- cording to Montreal Expos manager Gene Mauch, "exerts a quiet kind of leadership over our pitching staff." His dominance of Houston's pitching staff, though, was to- tally unsettling Friday night. Boccabella became Hie 18th man in the history of major league baseball to hit two home runs in one inning when the Expos blasted Houston Astros for eight runs. He led off the sixth with a drive over the left field fence at Jarry Park, then hit an opposite-field grand slam to highlight the outburst as Montreal belted the Astros 12-8. They made it a doublebeader sweep with a 14-6 victory in the second game. Maucb, however, was un- fazed. "I know he's capable of doing that, so I'm not the least sur- prised when he does it. It's nice, but not totally unex- Mauch said. "He's a very stoic individual. He leads a quiet life and noth- ing is going to change it. He ex- erts a quiet kind of leadership over our pitching staff (bat isn't very visible, but you know it's there." Elsewhere in the National League, Atlanta Braves blanked New York Mete 24, Cincinnati Reds defeated Philadelphia Phillies 8-2, Chicago Cubs beat San Diego Padres 8-5, Los An- geles Dodgers edged Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 and St. Louis Cardi- nals trimmed San Francisco Gi- ants 3-2. A MODEST MAN Boccabella, as Mauch bad predicted, was modest about his the grand slam. "They were both Boccabella said. "The first was inside and I pulled it out. The second was right over the middle. But the reason it went over the right field fence was that I swung late on the darn thing." "I'm more confident and re- laxed out there, and that's the greatest feeling in the world- knowing you'll play day after day and knowing you can do the job." Atlanta's Ron Schueler held the Mets hitless until the ninth inning in posting his first major league shutout, allowing singles by Ron Hodges and Felix Mil- Ian to ruin the no-hit bid. Be- fore the inning, he bad allowed only one on a third-inning walk. "I knew about the no-hitter around the fifth, and I hoped for a while I could do it, I was getting a bit tired, but when you have one going, you try to keep the happy Schue- ler said later. "Nobody on the bench said a word or even smiled during the last three innings." So the smiles were reserved for after the game, when the shutout had been clinched. 'This was my first in the ma- Schueler said. "I'll settle for that right now." Home runs by Bobby Tolan, Tony Perez and Bill Plummer powered the Reds over the Phillies. Tolan added an RBI single to aid the Reds' cause and help Fred Norman, 6-8, pick up his fifth victory in his last six decisions. Chicago's Rick Monday, with some help from San Diego's Pat FULLY EXPERIENCED MOTEL and HOTEL MAN SEEKS WORK IN ALBERTA 1360 Avenut, Kelowna, B.C. or phone 604-763-5993 HOME OF THE WEEK Corrales, drove in six runs with a grand-slam and a two-run single to help the Cubs. Cor- rales dropped Monday's pop foul with the bases loaded in the fifth inning, and Monday used the reprieve to drive his 21st homer of the season over the right field fence. A two-out double by Jose Cruz in the seventh inning drove in Joe Torre and Ted Simmons to carry St. Louis to victory. Bob Gibson pitched a seven-hitter for his 233rd career triumph. The decision tied Gibson with San Francisco's Juan Marichal as the winningest active pitcher. Don Sutton carried a four-hit shutout into the ninth inning, then had to scramble for the victory as Pittsburgh scored twice with two outs. Manny Sanguillen drove in Al Oliver with a double, then Dave Cash scored Sanguillen with a single. But Sutton settled down to re- tire Reggie Stennett on a line drive to put out the fire. Beetle back in bullpen Busby likes Detroit By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Kansas City's Steve Busby and Jim Merritt of Texas are back on the track as starters while New York's unbeaten Fred Beene is back where be the bullpen. Busby, who has had bis prob- back in April, got another shot at the Tigers Friday night and blanked them until the ninth as the Royals pounded out a 12-1 American League baseball vic- tory. Merritt, who has been pla- gued with arm trouble since he lems since he no-hit Detroit I won 20 games for Cincinnati Lakers, Jimmies meet in a pair Between Al Ferchuk and Paul Sullivan they have won nine games for the Lethbridge Lakers in the Alberta Major Baseball League this season. Tonight at Henderson Sta- dium at eight o'clock and again Sunday afternoon at at Foothills Stadium in Calgary, they will try to make it 11 wins between them. Sullivan, the ace of the Lakers' staff, gets the nod in tonight's encounter with the Calgary Jimmies, a club which he has beaten twice. For that matter, Sullivan is yet to lose. He has pitched five full games, all victories and has saved one encounter for teammate Bod Taylor. Ferchuk, on the other hand, will toe the rubber Sunday in Calgary against the very same Jimmies. Ferchuk is 4-2 over the year thus far. Lakers are looking for a two- game sweep over the Jimmies to maintain their status as league leaders in the southern division of the six-team league. ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE South division W L Pet. 6BL Lcthbridge Lakers 11 S Ml Calgary Giants 11 .4" Calgary Jimmies 9 9 .500 4 Norm division Edm. Tigers 88 .500 Red Deer 7 9 .425 1 Edm. Blockers 13 .303 3 Lakers currently lead Cal- gary Giants by a half game and the Jimmies by three. Lakers will also be at home this coming Tuesday when they meet the Giants at Henderson at eight o'clock. Randy Max- well is expected to get the nod as the starter for Ron Taylor's club. If the Jimmies hope to stop the Lakers they must find a way to overcome the league's best hitting club. At present the Lakers, as a team, are belting the ball at a .333 clip with Howie Heggedal leading the league with a .415 average. Hot on the heels of the leader is Bob Brown with a .386 mark after a slow start. In Lacombe on Friday the Red Deer Generals retained their lead in the northern divi- sion of the Alberta Major Base- ball League Friday by defeat- ing Edmonton Tigers 4-1 behind the four-nit pitching of Al McKee. The Generals now are three percentage points ahead of the Tigers. AL FERCHUK PAUL SULLIVAN in 1970, reversed Busby's proce- dure. He shut out Milwaukee Brewers after allowing two runs in the first inning and the Rangers rallied for a 5-2 triumph. Beene, meanwhile, made one of bis rare starts and, although touched for 14 Minnesota hits, battled into the ninth inning be- fore Sparkly Lyle protected the Yankees' 5-2 win, over the Twins. Elsewhere in the American League, Oakland Athletics downed Baltimore Orioles 7-5 but dropped the nightcap 5-3, Boston Red Sox beat Chicago White Sox and Cleveland In- dians nipped California Angels 8-7 in 11 innings. 20-HTT ASS AULT Amos Otis' had a home run and three singles and John Mayberry hit bis 20th homer to pace a 20-hit Kansas City as- sault against Joe Coleman and two Detroit relievers. Otis slammed his 14th homer ofl Fred Scherman after Cookie Rojas singled in the sixth inning and Mayberry, the next batter, followed with bis homer. Merritt scattered eight hits against Milwaukee, including George Scott's two-run homer in the first inning. The Rangers rallied on a two-run homer by Jeff Burroughs and a solo sho by Bill Sudakis to band the Brewers their 10th defeat in the last 12 games. The Yankees rallied for five unearned runs off Minnesota's Jim Kaat in the eighth inning, the last three on a home run by designated hitter Jim Ray Hart. Beene, 5-0, was helped by four double plays and also picked Rod Carew off first base. The Twins scored single runs in the second and fourth innings. The Yankees, down 2-0, got their rally started on Felipe Akw's infield hit and an error by shortstop Jerry TerrelL One out later, Roy White doubled for the first run. With two away Bobby Murcer outlegged a hop- per over the mound to tie the score and Hart followed with bis game-winning homer. Reggie Smith cracked three singles, including the hit of his career, and Cartton Fisk homered, leading the Red Sox past tiie White Sox and Wilbur Wood, now 15-12. O'OOOO 000-1 iw m- Tiftn RwJ Dew tntm'on 17' I w and Efl- Lacrosse games on tap tonight Lethbridge Minor Lacrosse League officials have two ex- citing games on tap tonight as they continue their program to help celebrate Minor Lacrosse Week in Canada. all-star contingent from the local bantam ranks will be featured in the first match of the evening and will face a powerful squad from south Ed- monton. The contest is set to go at p.m. The Lethbridge Midgets will see action in the other till and win angle with the south Ed- monton Sun Devils. Tfte R p.m. midget encounter has been billed as the game of THE WESTLAKE" TN BEAUTIFUL PARK MEADOWS ON THE GREEN STRIP The lor lomily living consisting 1460 ft. featuring tunten foom, 3 formol dining room, kitchen with nook, ttova end hood fan, family room with plow ond gloss doors lending to e potio, tor florcge, plus morty other greet Engineered features. Total which ell legal end J year Down Payment Vint ear Show Worn, at 2622 13th Avt. N. Opm otoily 2 to 5 p.m. 7 9 p.m. 327-O944 OR CAU ART WIllMS SHORTY HERINGfR STEVi SHAW 328-3859 328-6506 328-9563 CANADA'S NO. 1 lOAOER BOBCAT if 4 wheel drnro it 4 model! if 500 Ib. to Ib. llr Rent wirti or without FHONE SCOOM AUTHORIZED C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. S., Uthbridge the week since both clubs are ranked among the top three in Alberta at their age leveL The Sun Devils are tabbed as the best midget club in Edmon- ton while the Mohawks are one of the two best in the south. Action win resume Sunday with another four games wh should provide plenty of excite- ment. The local Bantam All-Stan will have a rematch with the Edmonton Bantams at one o'clock whik the two midge clubs hit the floor again at three. Tbe Lethbridge Juvenile Lan- cers will follow with a 5 p.m. contest against south east Cal gary Blues white the Leth- bridge Native Sons and Cal- gary Shamrocks wfll conclur} proceedings wttJi a 7 p.m. en- counter. All games will be staged the Adams Ice Centre. Meanwhile in action last night, the Lancers and Coaldale Thunderbirds battled to a 9-9 stalemate after three periods Jackson taffied four goals and Pat Finn for the locals wbfle Nefl CofeU I notched three and Grant Cald- er two for Coaldale. Coaldale held a frS edge after two periods. ANDY CAPP BE ftAC and Simmons; Barr McMehon and Rader. HRs: SL-Cerbo Atlanta 000 ON 200-2 4 0 Ntw York 000 000 020 Schuehtr (4-41 and Casanova; Koos- man (7-7) and Hodges. HR: Diefi Cincinnati .010 102 0 12 1 Philadelphia 110 000 5 o Norman (Ml and Plummer; Ruth- ven Lersch f7> and Ryan. HRs: Tolan and Garrett, Hundley Kirby, Caldwell (3.10) Corkins Ross and Corrates. HRs: Monday SD-Colbert AMERICAN LEAGUB East W L Pet. 6BL New York 47 37 .560 Baltimore...... 41 35 .539 2 Boston 41 37 .526 9 Detroit......... 42 40 .512 4 Milwaukee 39 41 .408 6 Cleveland 29 S3 JS4 17 West Oakland........ U 38 .548 Kansas City..... 46 40 .535 1 Minnesota 41 37 .526 t Chicago........ 42 38 .525 -2 California...... 41 38 .519 214 Texas.......... .367 14Vi FRIDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Oakland 000-7 It 1 Baltimore 100002 200-5 9 1 Hunter Knowles (7) Fingers (7) and Fosse; Palmer Rev. nolds (6) and Hendrlcks. HRs: Bumbry (6) Poifcll Robinson SECOND Oakland .101100 000-1 T 1 Baltimore Oil 000 W 0 Blue Fingers (7) and Tenace; McNally Wart (9) and Willlami. HRs: Johnson Cabell Boston..... 101100 11 0 Chicago 001 ooo 100-2 0 o Veale and Fhkj Wood Acosta (9) and Herr- mann. HR: Texas......001 MO 001- f 1 Milwaukee 200000 000-2 0 Merritt (3-3) and Billings; Colbom (11-4) and Ellie Rodriguez. HRs: Sudakls Burroughs Mil-Scott CalHorn-a .OOOON1M 00-7102 Cleveland 01-0 HI Wriqht, Barber (0-1) and Torborg, Stephenson Kusnyer Tidrow, Johnson (9) and Ellis. HRs: New York .000000 050-5 11 1 Minnesota Oio too Ooo-1 14 t Beene and Roof. W- Beene HR: NY Detroit 000000 f S Kansas City ..140104 llx-12 20 0 Coleman (12-8> Scherman Farm, er and Sims; Busby and Healty. HRs: Mayberry DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE LTD. ;