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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI lETHBRIDCl HKAID Solurday, July 8, 197J---------- Cubs edge jwst Cincinnati 2-1 Milt May put it together n.v THE ASSIIC IAT131) PRESS Atlanta holds fond memories for Mill May. About a year ago, lie hoard wedding bells ringing there. And Thursday he reasons to celebrate. had "That's my best night ever In pro ball. Hie most liils I'vj had in one Pittsburgh's second-string catcher said aflcr slapping out seven of them in nine at-bats against Atlanta Braves. May played boIJi ends of Hie hri-night doublchcadcr against Quilici knows Killebrew swing P.y Tilt; ASSOCIATED PRESS It didn't lake Frank Quilici long to leani that the best strat- egy for a Minnesota Twins man- c-ger is lo have Harmon Killc- brew u'. the plats in a tight game swinging his best bat. And you can bet that Quilici, making his debut as skipper o[ 33-y e a r -o 1 d Quilici's reaction when he saw the ball disappear- ing over the fence. Elsewhere in the American League, Texas Rangers edged Baltimore Orioles 5-4, Detroit Tigers shaded Chicago White Sox D-J, Milwaukee Brewers trounced Oakland Athletics and Vida Blue 9-1, Boston Red Sox the Twins, didn't even consider Caiifornia Angels 3-3 in nM'inc Killphrpw lip take SISn 1 pivuig when the burly slugger stepped up against New York's Fritz Pe- Icrson in the seventh inning Fri- day night following Had Carew's two-out single. The Yankees were trying to protect a slim 2-1 Killebrew promptly deposited a 2-1 pitch 385 feet over the fence in left-centre field and the Twins went on to a 5-2 victory, breaking a four-game losing streak under ousted pilot Bill Kigney. "I wanted to ]ump through the top of the was the Race results 110 innings and Kansas City Roy- als downed Cleveland Indians 6-3. HOMER IS REMINDER "That home run reminded me of a big hit he got here in 1965 against the Yankees just before the All-Star QuiUci re- called. He was referring to a t w o -o u t, two-run ninth-inning homer that gave Minnesota a 6-5 triumph and a five-game lead en route to the American League flag. "I know it gave us a lot of momentum then." That brought up the subject of whether the third-place Twins have a shot at Oakland in the American League West. "We've got 13 games against said Quilici, who suc- ceeded in reducing the Twins' deficit from nine to eight games in his one day at the helm. "We've against CALGARY fCPl Victoria Park race results Friday: FIRST claiming, 2 year Knock (Morris) 5.30 00 2.M, Pacific Wave (Kipllngl U.BO 6.10, 511- tnt Slream (McCaufey) 2.M. Time: 1-5. Kelly H. Canyon Patrol, Prince Go, Marina Cover, Prince BIBIJCD abo ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year eld maid- ens. 7 furlongs. Lustrous Sun (Hedge) 8.5" 11" 3.10. Indian Ouill (Cotnbst 4.00 2.70, Going Pels 4.50. Time: 4-5. Hope Dream, Mr. Murphy, Clssn Thinking, Campui Gem, campus Rebel also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: W7.10. THIRD claiming, 4 year elds and up, 1 Reserved (Hedge) 12.30 5.BO 3.10, SunshiM Charlie (McCauley) 270 Homecoming Day (Hamil) 3.20. Time: 2-5. Freeway Flyer, Junft Fire North, Wimole Srreef, Rullagh Counfy, Some Turk also ran. QUINELLAi S17.70. FOURTH claiming, 3 year elds, 7 fur- Maggie's Magic (Norrls) '.00 a.BO Frenesl (Gold) 7-60 4.30, Hs'gson (Rosmussen) 3-20. Flinlsone, First To Finish, C-ray, Round A Town, Raiah D'Amour also ran. claiming, 3 year olds, T fur- Social Change Morn (Phelan) 2.BO. Time: 1-5. Lunar Chief. Davey's Hope, Gypsy Messenger Lad also ran. Track Scratch: Dike's Princess. S17.9D. SIXTH claiming, 4 year oldi and up, 7 furlongs. Patapouf (Hamlh 12.TO 2-50, Tame Prince (Norris) 12.30 6.iO, Nova Fols (Kiplirgl 4.20. Time: 1-5. Special Boul, Arctic John, Game Boy, Baha Kid, Miss Stuart aba ran. SEVENTH Claiming, 4 year olds end Up, 1 1-3 miles. Carmengay 'McCsukyi 4-lfi 3-M 3.30, More Money (Hamll) S.10 3.10, Avon's Tatent 'Kipling) Time: 3-5 Dispense lion, Goldcrest Champ also EIGHTH claiming, J year up Us miles. Skipper Tan fMcCauleyl ?0.70 8.20 Priddis Dandy (Phelan) 5.10, Pequina Pnncessa (Arnold) 3.70. Tfme: 4-5. Bum Money, Prereoulslte, Conven- tion Lea, Precious Argent, Mister Bountiful also ran. QUINELLA: 1105.40. got to go head-on them and they'll be GRADUATES pointing for us, too. I definitely think we have a chance or I would have told Mr. Griffith olds, i lur- i (owner Calvin Griffith) I didn't want to manage." Quilici's inaugural was a frus- trating one for six innings as the Twins collected eight hits off Peterson but only one run. RANGERS NIP ORIOLES Ted Kuhiak's double following singles by Ted Ford and Joe Lovitto broke a 4-4 tie in the fitlh inning and enabled Texas to nip Baltimore as Jim Panther protected the slender margin with five shutout innings of relief. The Rangers jumped to a 4-0 lead after two innings, with Bal- timore errors making all the runs unearned. Don Mincher drove in two with a sacrifice fly and single. The Orioles got two unearned runs of their own in the third and caught up in the fourth on Brook Robinson's two-run homer. The loss ended Baltimore's five-game winning streak and trimmed their lead over Detroit in the American League East to one game. After home runs by Ike Brown and Al Kaline wiped out a 2-0 deficit, the Tigers went in front of the White Sox in the eighth on a walk, Tony Taylor's triple and a single by Aurelio Rodriguez and scored two deci- sive runs in the ninth on RBI singles by Taylor and Kaline. The White Sox have dropped four in a row but remained five games behind Oakland in the West when the Brewers, of all people, gave Cy Young Award winner Blue the worst beating of his career, pounding him for eight homers by Dave May, George Scott and Ollie six innings-plus. Dave Duncan homered for the Athletics. Later, Blue complained of a pulled muscle in his left knee. HOMER WINS Ben Ogilvie's two-run homer with two out In the 10th inning of? Steve Barber enabled the Red Sox to beat the Angels and stretch their winning streak to seven games. Carllon Fisk also homered as the climbed within 41? games of Baltimore. Ken Berry drove in all the California runs with a single, home run and bunt hit with two out in the ninth. Home runs by Ed Kirkpatrick and Amos Olis and three hits apiece by Richie Scheinblum and Lou Piniella enabled Kan- sas City to turn hack Cleveland behind Dick Drago's seven-hit pitching. Craig Nettles and Tlay Fosse homered for the Indians. GARY BARR Gory Borr former ludcni received his ICC of Architectural at tho May Convocation of U.B.C. Ho is Ibe son of Mv. Gorlli Barr of the Bravns so the Pirates could give Manny Songuillcn a rest. 'Hie Bi.'c's starling catcher, among the National League's batting leaders with a .339 aver- age, caugiit nil 17 innings of their 7-3 victory against Astros Wednesday night in Houston. The Pirates unleashed a dev- astating 20-hit assault for a 10-2 rout in the opener of Ihe twin bill before cooling off and losing the second game .1-2. In other National League games, PhiadeJphia Phillies split a pair with San Diego Padres, winning 4-2 before drop- ping the nightcap 6-1, Chicago Cubs edged Cincinnati Reds 2-J, Los Angeles Dodgers belted New York Mets 6-1, Montreal Expos sank San Francisco Giants 7-2 and St. Louis Cardi- nals beat Houston Astros 3-1. Gene Alley drove in four Pittsburgh nms with a homer and a May was the hitting star in the opener, going 5-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored. "I could hit five balls harder than I did tonight and go 0-for- May insisted, adding he "got lucky breaks on two hits, one on a checked swing, one on a bad hop past first." He calmed down a bit in the second game, going a mere 2- for-4 with a run-scoring double. Eig.hth-imung singles by Barrel Evans, Mike Lum and Dusty Baker broke the 2-2 tie that gave Atlanta tie split. Steve Carlton, recording his llth victory, struck out eight San Diego batters in the Phil- lies' opening-game victory to raise Ins major league-leading total to 174, then Clay Kirby struck out 11 Pliils and Fred Kendall backed him up with a pair of home runs to give the Padres the nightcap. Joe Pepitone belted his first home run of the season and Billy Williams doubled home a run to beat the Reds. NOT BACK LONG "I know I can said Pepl- lone, who returned a week ago from a two-month retirement. The Cubs' first baseman is bat- ling a meager .175. "It's a mat- ter of getting my liming back- but it's certainly embarrassing to hit your first homer at this time of the season." Don Button raised his record lo 10-4 with a three-hitter against the MeLs, giving up only an unearned run in the first in- nir.g. Chris Cannizzaro, with a double and two singles, led Los Angeles' 13-hit attack. Ken Singleton drove In three runs and Bob Bailey scored three as the Expos teed off against Sudden Sam McDowell, kayoing the San Francisco fire- baller in the third inning. The Cardinals continued their surge with their 15lh victory in 17 games and Bob Gibson con- Tollestrups on tour fCP) Can- ada's national basketball team is in Mexico City loday for a couple of exhibition games, with ccach Jack Donohue finally down to the 12 players who will represent Canada at the Olym- pic Games in Munich in August. Fnal cut from the team was Lars Hansen, IT, a 6-foot-10 schoolboy wonder from Coqu- llam, B.C. Donohue said Hansen had a good chance of making the second team, which will rep- resent Canada on a goodwill tour to China in Members of the national team arc: Guards Ron Thorsen (Univer- sity of British Gary Smith 'formerly of Simon Fra- j scr Trd Sloesz! fUnivcrpitv rtt Manitoba'; Tom' Kicswcltcr (University of j terloo i; forwards Derek Sankey I (UBCi; Phil Tnllcstrup (Ray- mond Ross Wed 1 a k r and Bob Townc (U of John Cassidy (D a I h o u s i Jamie Russell, Toronto; cenlres Terry McKay (formerly of UBC) and Tim Tollestrup (Ray- Manager is John Rcstivo from the University of Manitoba and trainer is Dexter Nelson from the University of Calgary. Excellent Opportunity for Married Couplel Hulios orQ BAR SERVICE CATERING SERVICE The position offers BASIC SALARY FREE UTILITIES FREE tlVING QUARTERS ALL EQUIPMENT FOR CATERING AH PROFITS FROM CATERING APPLY IN WRITING TO: CHINOOK CLUB 1276 3rd Avo. S-, lethbridgs Llnuod Ills ov.'ii personal streak, chalking un his ciRlilh triumph wilh ;i o u r -h i L1. c r liu; Ahtros. Round-up of minor baseball lion Moscr fired no-liit ball for six innings and Rave the Cornels o 5-1 victory over Ihc Pirates in Senior Little League playoff action Friday night. Loser David Miskulin hurled a two liitlcr, hut it wasn't enough. Dave Loskoski and Kocky McKec managed a single oacli off Miskulin. At Lakeside Michael CraiR hurled a one-hitler to give Ihc Angels an easy 21-1 decision over the Tigers last night. Craig fanned eight hatters enrouta to viclory while Ken Lang struck out seven in a los- ing cause. Lyle Skretling poked out ,1 double and three singles for Ihc winners while Al Gepncrls added three singles. In a contest at Nora-esl, Braves edged tho Astros 5-3 with Grant Weins besting Barry Coghlin on the mound. 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