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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Mandoy, July 9, 1973 SPORT Aaron hammers two more homers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For the last six years, Georg Stone was in the best possibl place when Hank Aaron went t the the. Atlanta roster Stone, now a New York Mel turned up in the worst possibl place Sunday when Aaron wen to the the mound. The 39-year-old Aaron ham mered home runs Nos. 695 ant 696 (22 and 23 of the year) off Stone and the Braves defeatet the Mets 4-2. Elsewhere in the Nationa League Sunday, Cincinnati Red blanked Philadelphia Phillies 4 0, Houston Astros topped Mon treal Expos 9-7, San Franciscc Giants edged St. Louis Cardi nals 5-4, San Diego Padres bea Chicago Cubs 4-2 and Los Ange- les Dodgers defeated Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 in 12 innings. In Saturday's contests the scores were: Atlanta 9, New Race results CALGARY (CP1 Stampede Park race results Saturday. FIRST claiming, 2 year S fur- Jongs. Newcorrtb (Watson) 4.30 Gold Costume (Kiplino) 7.20 3.10, Last Er.try (Rvcroft) 2.50. Tirre: 4-S. Bellbora, Maid Of Destiny, Second Sheba, Shamro Billy also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, IVi miles. Yael (Phelan) 14.10 5.50 3.70, Gal- lant Senor (Watson) 7.90 4.50, War- ship Eagle (Wiseman) 2.SO. Time: 4J. Art's Shadow, Glory Day, Windy Torina, Lady Sheba also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 4 year cids and up, 7 furlongs. Pleasant Mistress 'Kipling) 12.00 J50 310, Tally Boy (Rasmussen) 4.30 3.10, Win N Grin 4.80. Time- 1-27 3-5. QUINELLA: Hills Of Snow, Speedy Kim, Hula Mister Rideabout, Noble Cone also ran. FOURTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Award (Wiseman! 14.90 Turkish Ruler (Gold) 5-60 4.40, Tea- coffee John (Ames) 5.30. Time: 1-5. Lord North, Caloary Red, Pop The Cork, Pal Boy, L'Espoir also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year 7 fur. lonqs. Prince Go (Phelan) 13.60 7.40 4.30, Rejected Romance fMicly) 10.80 6.00, Special Stock (Rycroft) 10.70. Time: 2-5. Shoes For Jimmy, Hi Bill, Sultans Diary, Humb'e Birth, R U Super also ran. aUINELLA: 1117.70. SIXTH SI ,600, claiming, 4 year eids and up, 7 furlongs. The Seeker (Parsons! 16.00 7.20 6.10, Joker (Hedge) 11.50 6.70, Friend- ly Guy anny Ozark, in turn, shut out he press. Ozark invoked his form of reedom from the press after the game for 38 minutes, blast- mg his dub for "lazy nlay." j Willie McCovey, who has been relegated to the role of pinch hitter during Charlie Fox's movement, entered the ame in the fourth after Gary Maddox was hit by a pitch and went three-for-three with two IBI to key the Giants' victory. McQuay could be in trouble TORONTO (CP> Leon McQuay, the talented Toronto Argonaut running back, sped into bead coach John Ranch's doghouse so fast during the weekend it almost went unno- ticed. McQuay. renowned in Cana- dian Football League oppo- nents'' playbooks as a speedster tough to stop on an open fieW, might have run himself right out of the Argo offensive back- field. The 23-year-old speedster from the University of Tampa left the Toronto dressing room shortly before Friday night's practice complaining of a bruised shoulder and returned of his own volition Saturday morning. "McChiay did not indicate previously that he had an injury and did not report for treatment on Thursday for any injury." Ranch said. "We were in the; warm-op passing drill when he j laid his shoulder was bothering j him. He wanted to lake off and that's just what he did. "I didn't take any action at that instant, but it's obrkms something has to be Ranch added. "A suspension and fine are possibilities for starters." The new Toronto coach made it dear be was" not readv to put up with temper lan- trums which former coach Leo Cahill had to suffer for two years at the expense of alien- ating several Argo veterans. "We will have someone at running back who can do Ihc job and wants to play Ranch said. Roolde "Willie Mil- ler, another Tampa product, and Eric Allen were used at naming back and both looked impressive. "Both Milter and AEen looked good there and we won't hurt at all with i rookie Ken Matthews as our -aide receiver.' Rauch continued "I'm not going !o chase McQuay. We can't prt op with that kind of situation." 'AS 'E EVER LOVED OP COUffiE.'E AS.' NEVER USED 'IS "BAP Louisville buys ABA franchise CINCINNATI (AP) Ken- tucky Colonels of the American Basketball Association have been sold to Louisville interests and will have a female board of directors. At the same time, Brian Hee- kin, president of Cincinnati Sports, Inc. said Saturday his group plans to retain its World Hockey Association franchise in Cincinnati. Earlier, the company said the franchise might be re-located in another city when it begins op- erating in 1975. Heekin said the majority of stock in the Colonels was sold to Mrs. John Brown, wife of the board chairman of Kentucky Fried Chicken Corp. He said the new owners agreed that the Colonels will play part of their home sched- ule in Cincinnati. WILL NAME BOARD In Louisville, Mrs. Brown said she would name an all-fe- male board of directors for the Efforts to finance a seat arena in Cincinnati for the Colonels and tte hockey team, originally proposed to city coun- cil in 1972, were unsuccessful. But loses twice in doing so Rangers get their man By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas Rangers usually get their man, and manager Whitey Herzog of the baseball Bangers version is no exception. Herzog also got a double de- feat Sunday at the bands of waukee Brewers, 6-4 and 7-3, but thinks he may nave caught a couple of varmints in the act of stealing the Bangers' signs from a small chalet high in the centre field bleachers. Umpire Bill Haller ordered a man with binoculars out of the chalet and told mascot Berate Brewer to take off the gloves. "I suspected something Satur- day when they got those 17 Herzog said. "Hell, this is the same team as last year and they didn't hit like that then. That Bob Coluccio looked like Joe DiMaggio." Elsewhere Sunday in the American League, New York Yankees trounced Minnesota Twins 7-0, Boston Red Sox whipped Chicago White Sox 11-2 in 10 innings after dropping their doubleheader opener 6-1, Oakland A's nipped Baltimore Orioles 6-5 on Gene Tenace's lOth-inning homer, Detroit Ti- gers blanked Kansas City Roy- als 3-0 and California Angels took a pair from Cleveland In- dians, 10-4 and 5-3 in 10 innings. Oakland edged Baltimore 5-1 Saturday while Kansas City top- pled Detroit 5-2, Milwaukee swamped Texas 17-2, Boston downed Chicago 7-3, California walloped Cleveland 7-1 and Min- nesota swept a doubleheader from the Yankees, 9-1 and 6-2. After an 18-hit assault Satur- day, the Brewers got home runs from Johnny Briggs and Dave May in Sunday's opener and from May and George Scott in the nightcap. wasn't overly harsh on the Brewers. "I'd do It myself, if I could, but we have no place to put a guy like he said. "Hell, they do it all over. "The White Sox used to do it. Montreal does it. Check Mon- j treat's scores on this home stand, scores like They beat Tom Seaver when he had only four strikeouts and said he had great stuff." Herzog, whose club is a solid last in the West Division, was really indignant, though, over one aspect of the affair. "Can you imagine a team that has to cheat to beat The Yankees rocked Eddie Bane, the Twins' bonus rookie, for eight hits in 3 1-3 innings in his second big league appear- ance and pinned nun with his first defeat. Mel hurled a four-hitter while man Munson and Roy White homered.' Minor baseball The Astros walked away with the 1973 Norcrest Little League championship title but needed extra innings to turn the trick Saturday. Astros picked up the title by dropping the Pirates 6-2 in eight innings and relied heavily on Jamie Coghlin's three hit 18- strikeout performance. Gordon Melynk suffered the loss giving up seven hits while fanning 12. Lou Lamaine and Barry Coghlin supplied the hitting at- tack with a double and single each for the winners while Mark Tokariuk rapped a pair of sin- gles for the losers. The Orioles walked away with a convincing 21-7 victory over the Indians to capture the "B" division final in Lakeside Little League play Friday night. Tljg Orioles will now face the "A" division champion Canucks in the finals Tuesday night. Game time is set for p.m. at the Lakeside Little League diamond. And for menthol, get pack. WARNING: The Department of Nationa! Health and Welfare advises thai danger to health increases with amount smoked. ;