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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 12, 1971 First-team players missing horn Tuesday line-up The show must go on for American All-Stars ANDY CAPP REMEMBER ME, MWHFI VfflSTDSr A SENT ME ON AN FANCY VOU REMEMBERIN' ME AFTER ALL THESE VEARS., GAFFES 'AVE ONE rOROLD TIMES SAKE REMEMBER WHERE'S THEM THAT'S RIGHT. YOUNG ANCfY- DETROIT (AP) On the stage the adage is "The show must go on." For the baseball all-star game the adage might be adjusted to read: "The show must go on but who said anything about the original With the classic American League National League con- frontation in Detroit Tuesday, injuries continue to force AL Sports of all sorts LED ALL THE WAY MONT TREMBLANT, Que (CP) David McConnell drove his Lotus 69B to victory in a 40- lap race for Formula B cars at Le Circuit Sunday to take the lead in the Player's Challenge Series for Canadian drivers. Tlie Montreal driver was ahead from start to finish over the 2.65-mile track and wound up four seconds in front of sec- ond place Brian Robertson of Ottawa driving a Brabham BT35. CALGARIAN LEADS SUDBURY, Ont. (CP) Arnie Sorenson of Calgary took the lead after the first day of the Canadian Outdoor Shooting Championships Match Rifle competition here Sunday, scor- ing of a possible points. Alf Mayer of Kitchener, Out., with was second and the only other shooter to belter 1.100. Stan Frost of Port Hope, Out., scored SWISS CHAMP GSTAAD, Switzerland (API- John New combe, Australia's three time Wimbledon winner, defeated Tom Okker of Holland 6-2, 5-7, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3 Sunday to win the men's title of the Swiss international tennis champion- ships. WORLD RECORD BAKERSFffiLD. Calif. (Reu- ter) The Atoms Track Club set a world record in the wo- men's one mile relay Sato- Would up to make life brighter? Money builds up inyourhousa. Every time you make a house payment. Every time property values go up. Your equity keeps growing. You can make that equity workfor you, with an Avoo Homeowners Loan as much as How much? Just estimate how much your house is worth today, and subtract how much you still owe on it. The difference is' your power. Ifs yours! Get out from under your bills, education. Take a once-in-a-Iifetima vacation. You name it. Call Avco Financial Services. You'll find out quickly how much cash you may get. And you'll get several payment terms to choose from. Call any one of the Avco offices near you. Today. AVCO FINANCIAL BBRVICKS L Atebdieve injau. 309 6th STREET SOUTH PHONE: 327-3107 day night, with four girls run- ning the distance in in the 48th annual national American Athletic Union women's track and field meet. The Atoms had held the old mark of UPSET VICTORY CALGARY (CP) Jamie Paulson and Doug McGillivray of Calgary Saturday night pull- ed the first upset in the inter- national badminton tournament. The two teamed up in the men's doubles to defeat Ray Talbot and Ray Stevens of Eng- land in the first round by scores of 15-10 and 15-n. EXHIBITION WLN NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) New Westminster Sal- monbellies of the Western La- crosse Association defeated vis- iting Brantford. Ont. Warriors 13-9 in a senior exhibition match Saturday at Queen's Park are- na. A crowd of home town fans turned out to the game. GAINS REVENGE DUBLIN (AP) Margaret Court of Australia, dethroned Wimbledon tennis champion, took a measure of revenge on Evonne Goolagong Saturday, winning the women's title in the Irish open championships. Mrs. Court scored a 6-3, 2-6, 5-3 victory over Miss Goolagong, the 19-year-old Australian girl who beat her ia the Wimbledon final last week. ROSEWALL TRIUMPHS NEWPORT, Wales (AP) Ken Rosewall of Australia de- feated Roger Taylor of England 6-1, 9-8 Saturday to win and retain the men's singles title in the Green Shield tennis championships. Virginia Wade of Britain won the women's title Friday. manager Earl Weaver of Balti- more Orioles and NL manager Sparky Anderson of Cincinnati Reds to make adjustment to the 28-man rosters. One thing is certain, Oakland Athletics' 21-year-old pitching sensation, Vida Blue, will start for the host American Leaguers. Weaver has already made the announcement, adding that De- troit Tiger Mickey Lolich, and Lancers extend winning streak The Lethbridge Juvenile Lan- cers are heading straight for the Alberta Juvenile Lacrosse League pennant as they came Local rink wins NELSON, B.C. (CP) Prair- ie rinks captured the major awards at the 27th annual Mid- summer Bonspiel Saturday. Norm Houck ot Winnipeg took home the fields trophy for the men's A title. Mildren Snow- don of Lethbridge took top hon- ors in the women's A event. Frank and Caroll Waters of Nelson gave local residents something to cheer about, the former taking the men's D event and the latter Uic wo- men's C event and the Midsum- mer trophy. In men's B play, Glen Mont- gomery of Kindersley, Sask. took tire cup and Garth Nilsson of Wrentham, Alta., won men's C play. Women's B event winner was Claire Duncan's Victoria four- some. Houck's rink of Al McTavish, Bob Boughey and Cec Watt de- feated Don Anderson of Edmon- ton 8-2 to take the A event. In the B event, Montgomery playing with his brother Stan and the latter's sons Greg and Jeff, defeated Jack Gillrie of Olds, Alta., 5-3. Waters took the D event by defeating Ron Moore of Lac La Biche, Alta., 7-6. In the women's A event, Mrs. Snowdon ousted Myra Perri- man of Campbell River, B.C., 11-3. Her rink members were Rita Tarnava. Irma Shaw and Eunice Shankland. Mrs. Duncan's Victoria rink won 12-9 over Marg Cooke of Vancouver in taking the wo- men's B event. Her rink mem- bers were Sheila Steuart, Helen Becker and Nan Painton. Caroll Waters led teammates Marlene Neubauer, Betty Ag- nerw and Lois Waters to a 10-1 win over Majorie Bottcher of Margo, Sask., for the women's C event. home with two big wins over the weekend. Sunday afternoon the Lan- cers trimmed the Nanton Ju- veniles 9-8 while Saturday they trounced the Calgary Kiwanis Braves 10-4. With the two victories the Lancers moved within four points of catching the league leading Calgary Premiers and three points away from second place which is shared by Nan- ton and the Calgary Southeast. Blues. In Sunday's encounter the lo- cals were outshot 47-38 but took full advantage of their oppor- tunities to edge the host Nan- ton club. After the first period of ac- tion the Lancers held a slim 4-3 but were caught 5-5 after the second. The third period tnlrt the whole story as they blasted in four big goals and used a strong defence to stop then" at- tackers. Ken Boydiuk led the Lan- cer's offensive attack notching five goals while Terry Tuk, Norm Hall, Dwayne Kirchner and Phil Legge managed sin- gles. Legge's marker event u a 11 y turned out to be the winner. Kirchner was the big produ- cer in Saturday's contest as he came up with a five goal effort to lead the Lancers over the Braves. As it stands now the Lan- cers have a four game winning streak going for them after dropping six consecutive games with six games remaining. In bantam action the. Leth- bridge Kinsmen Comets suffer- ed a 10-6 loss to the Calgary Kiwanis who are presently the top bantam "A" club in their city league with a 8-1 record. The newly formed Lethbridge club was paced by Francis De- Coste who potted a hat-trick while Henry Van Kgteren chipped in with a brace. Dave Jackson rounded out the Comets scoring with a sin- gleton. Meanwhile in Alberta Junior Lacrosse action the Taber Eb- ony Hawks travelled to Cal- gary to take on the league lead- ing Trojans over the weekend and came home with a win on account of default. The Trojans failed to field a team due to working commit- ments with some of their play- ers. The Trojans will travel to Ta- ber Tuesday night hoping to regain the two points they dropped. his own Oriole hurlers, Jim Palmer and Mike Cucllar, also would likely see mound duty. It wasn't certain whom An- derson would start, although Tom Seaver of New York Mels and Juan Madeira! of San Fran- cisco Giants were the likely choices. Already four players from the original AL squad have been re- placed due to injuries. There were no replacements in the NL until Sunday when it was re- ported that pitcher Larry Dier- ker of Houston Astros was dropped because of an injury and replaced by team-mate Don Wilson. Also, Cincinnati catcher Johnny Bench said Sunday he might not be able to play be- cause of a bruised left wrist. Elected players out of the AL lineup already are first base- man Boog Powell of Baltimore, outfielder Tony Oliva of Minne- sota Twins and catcher Ray Fosse of Cleveland Indians. Pitcher Sam McDowell of Cleve- land is also out and was re- placed by knuckleballer Wilbur Wood of Chicago White Sox. Despite the changes the line- ups remain star studded. Among the AL players are Bos- ton Red Sox' Carl Yastrzemski, Baltimore's Brooks and Frank Robinson, Detroit's Al Kaline, Washington Senators' Frank Howard, Minnesota's Harmon Killebrew and Bobby Murcer of New York Yankees. National League headliners include San Francisco's Willie Mays, who'll be appearing in his 22nd all-star game; Hank! Aaron of Atlanta Braves (his Willie Stargell and Rob- erto Clemente of Pittsburgh Pir- ates; Pete Rose of Cincinnati; Joe Torre of St. Louis Cardi- nals; Willie Davis of Los Ange- les Dodgers and Ron Santo of Chicago Cubs. It is the third time the annual exhibition has been held in De- troit and first in two decades. The junior circuit has lost the last eight all-star games in a row, which dropped its 41-game mark to 17-23-1. Country Club hosts tourney Tliis year will mark the 2MI annual for the Country Club men's invitational golf tourna- ment. The always-popular event is slated for the Coulee Layout Saturday, Sunday and Monday, July 31 Aug. 1. Invitations have been extended to clubs throughout A'bcrta, British Co- lumbia and Montana Entry fee has been set at and is limited to those 21 years of age and over. Only the first 144 paid entries will be accepted and each entry must be accompanied by a cheque or money order. Entries can be sent to the Club Manager, Letli- bridge Country Club, P.O. Box 387, Lethbridge, Alberta. There will be no refunds unless a re- placement is found. Entries close Thursday, July 29 at 6 p.m. Saturday's action will bo an 18-hole qualifying round. Tec- times must be booked between the hours 6 a.m. and 1 p.m. AH flights will bo nine-hole match play rounds. Included in fhe entry fee is a smorgasbord supper and a dance Saturday evening. A horse race will also be held on the Monday of the tourna- ment and will be made up of consolation losers in the cham- pionship, first, second and third flights. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL. LEAGUE Plltsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal San Francisco Los Angeles Houston Atlania Cincinnati San Diego .17 46 39 34 West 55 49 43 .33 L Pet. GBL 31 .648 40 .535 10 41 .53-1 10 42 .523 11 50 ..433 1BV; 54 .386 23 35 .611 41 .544 6 44 .494 4B .478 12 51 ;446 15 57 .367 22 Minor baseball The Astro's edged the Dod- gers 5-3 behind Mark Hirotsu's three hit pitching in Norcrest Little League playoff action over the weekend. David Snopek fired a one- hitter in a losing cause, but had control problems through- out the affair giving up 10 walks. Michael Coghlin managed the only safety for Snopek as he stroked a single while Bruce Anderson belted a double for the Dodgers. More sport 011 page 8 Orioles' pitching too tough Johnson one-man wrecking crew By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Deron Johnson, the slugging Philadelphia first baseman, clouted home runs to right, centre and left fields in his first three appearances Sunday and drove in five runs, powering the Phillies to an 11-5 victory over Montreal Expos. Coupled with the homer he hit in his last at-bat Saturday night, it gave Johnson four homers in a row, tying a major league record held by !8 other players. The last player to belt four con- secutive homers was Oakland Athletics' Mike Epstein, who did it June 15-16. The last National Leaguer to do it was New York Mets' Art Shamsky, who did it with Cin- cinnati Reds from Aug. 12-14, The three homers in one game were the first by a right- handed hitting Philadelphia player at home since Del Ennis did it on July Elsewhere in the National League Sunday, Cincinnati swept a doublcheadcr from floundering New York Mela, 7-2 and 5-3; Chicago Cubs and San 2S GALLON GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS Only 79.95 Phono JACK FULLED 328-2515 Initalltri available Diego Padi'es split, the Cubs winning the opener 2-0 and the Padres taking the nightcap 7-5; Los Angeles Dodgers trounced San Francisco Giants 11-3; St. Louis Cardinals trimmed Hous- ton Astros 7-3, and Atlanta Braves at Pittsburgh Pirates was rained out. PIRATES WIN SATURDAY In games played Saturday, Pittsburgh edged Atlanta 5-4, Chicago defeated San Diego 3-1, Cincinnati routed New York 4-2, Philadelphia took a double- header from Montreal, 2-0 in the first game and 3-2 in the sec- ond, St. Louis squeeked by Houston 6-5 and S'an Francisco took Los Angeles 3-1. Johnson's first homer fol- lowed a siniVo by Tim Me- Carver in the opening inning, a hit off the left-centre field score- board. The second came in the third after another single by McCarver and cleared the fence in right. And the third triggered a seven-run uprising in the sixth and left the park in dead centre field. It was the first time Johnson ever had hit three homers in a game. They increased his total for the season to 21 and his car- eer total to 171. In his next two nt-bats, John- son struck out. In the American League the only way anyone is going to catch Baltimore Orioles is if their pitching collapses, says manager Ralph Houk of New York Yankees. Pat Dobson is doing his best to see it doesn't happen. Dobson breezed to his 10th seventh in a Sunday as the Orioles exploded for six runs in the seventh in- ning and trounced Cleveland In- dians 7-1. The win enabled him to join Baltimore's corps of double-fig- ure pitchers alongside Mike Cuellar and Dave McNally, who have won 13 apiece, and Jim Palmer, who has 12 triumphs. "They've got a good bench, which enables them to with- stand any said Houk, "and behind the bench they've got those two kids at Roches- ter." He meant International League all-stars Don Baylor, nn outfielder, and Bobby Grich, a shortstop. "Pitching is the only place they're vulnerable. I think a couple of their starters may be hurting, even though they're winning." Houk's Yankees did their best to destroy Boston over the weekend, sweeping three games from the Red score was dropping them 5V4 games behind the Ori oles in the American League East. Elsewhere, Washington Senators edged Detroit Tigers 4-3 in 10 innings, leaving the Ti- gers back. In the AL West, Oakland Ath- letics boosted its spread to 11 Vi games by splitting with Califor- Athletics took the opener 3-2, then dropped the nightcap Kansas City Royals were losing a pair to Minnesota Twins 6-5 in 10 in- nings and 7-1. Milwaukee Br'ew- ers and Chicago White Sox traded 1-0 decisions, the Brew- ers taking the first one. In games Saturday, New York downed Boston 5-3, Chicago edged Milwaukee California blanked Oakland 3-0, Detroit de- feated Washington 4-2, Balti- more split a doubleheader with Cleveland, winning the first game 11-3 and dropping the sec- ond 3-2. WRESTLING TONIGHTI P.M. TABER CIVIC CENTRE WORLD TITLE BOUT FUNK VS CAMPBELL INT'U TAG AND N.A. TITLES AT STAKE GIRLSI CIDGITSI 18 TV WRESTLING STARS 6 TREMENDOUS BOUTS-S2-S1.50 SUNDAY FIRST New York 000 010 ft 1 Cincinnati 010 060 7 7 1 Ryan (fl-6) Williams (5> Taylor (7) and Grote; Nolan (7-91 and Corrales. SECOND New York .100 000 4 I Cincinnati .010 001 a Matlack, MeGraw (8) Seaver (10-6) (B) and Dyer; McGlothlin, Gibbon (2-4) (8) and Corrsles. HR: (2) Montreal 320 OM 5 1 Philadelphia 201 007 MX-11 u 0 Morton, McGinn (1-2) (3) Rccd (6) Me Anally (7) and Bateman; Lersch, Champion (1-1) (5) Hoerncr (7) and McCarver. HRs: (3) Morton (3) Houston 010 000 6 0 St. Louis 002 030 7 9 0 Ray (5-2) Forsch (6) Culver (3) and Edwards; Gibson (6-8) end Simmons. HR: H-Cedeno FIRST Chicago 000 100 100-2 0 San Diego 001 4 0 Pappas (10-8) and Cannizzaro; Phoe- bus (3-8) Kelley (B) and Kendall. HR: Cht-caiiison SECOND Chicano 100 001 0 San Diego ,030 Oil 13 1 Pizarro (1-1) Bonham (5) Regan (7) Hands (8) and Martin; Kirby (8-6) Miller (8) and Barton. HRs: itone San Francisco 103 OW Los Angeles 421 103 16 0 Bryant (7-5) Carrithers (1) Robert- son (2) Stone (2) McMahon (7) and Dleti; Downing (11-5) and Ferguson. HR: Atlanta at Pittsburgh, postponed, rain. SATURDAY Philadelphia 2, 3 Montreal 0, 3 Pittsburgh 5 Atlania i Cincinnati 4 New York 2 San Francisco 3 Los Angetes 1 St. Louis 6 Houston 5 Chicago 3 San Diego 1 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Syracuse Tidewater Charleston Rochester Richmond Louisville Toledo Winnipeg W L Per. GBL 49 33 .598 37 .580 A7 35 .573 37 .560 42 33 46 .462 12 31 52 .373 SUNDAY Richmond 13 Charleston t Winnipeg 7 Rochester 5 Tidewater 9-9 Louisville 0-0 SATURDAY Richmond 8 Charleston 6 Syracuse 5 Toledo A Winnipeg 3-0 Rochester 1-2 Tidewater at Louisville, ppd, rain MINOR LEAGUE SCORES Eastern Trois-Rlvieres 0-4 Pittsflold 3-12 Quebec 1-2 Waterbury 0-3 Manchester 7 Elmira A Pawlucket at Reading ppd. rain SATURDAY Trois-Rivieres 7 Pittsfield 6 Quebec 5 Wateroury A Pawtuckef 5 Reading 2 Elmira 5 Manchester A AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore Boston Detroit New York Cleveland Washington Oakland Kansas City Minnesota California Chicago Milwaukee 34 West 56 31 GBL 5Vz I 18 52 20Vj ..55 32 .632 49 37 .570 47 39 .547 ..41 47 .466 .644 .512 46 .471 50 .457 47 .447 11'A 15 UVi 37 48 .435 18 SUNDAY Boston 000 021 0 New York 100 000 1 Culp (10-7) end Josephscn; Peter- son, McDaniel (4-8) (B) and Munson. Cleveland .001 000 OW-1 5 o Baltimore .100 010 (Ox- 7 8 0 Farmer, Hargan (1-9) (7) Mlngort (7) and Suarez; Dobson (10-4) and Hendrlcks. HR: Bel-Johnson FIRST Kansas City 330 100 HO 0- 5 13 1 Minnesota 000 001 301 6 10 fl Dal Canton, Abernathy (7) Bura- meler (4-3) (10) and May; Kaat, Hall (S) Luebber (1-2) (10) and Mltter- wald. HRs: J. Nettles SECOND Kansas City 000 110 3 Minnesota .021 110 0 Drago (9-S) Rooker (5-0) York (7) and May; Corbin (6-6) and Roof. HRs: Min-J. Nettle Detroit 000 010 120 3 9 2 Washington 002 010 000 4 9 1 Chance, Gllbreth (6) Tlmmfirman (4-3) (7) and Freehan; Gogolcwski, Llndblad (6) Cox (9) Rlddleb e r p e r (3-D (10) and Billings. HR: Dei-Cash FIRST Milwaukee WO OH 001-1 7 0 Chicago 000 000 040 Pattin (B-9) Morris (9) and Rodri- guez; John (7-10) and Egan. SECOND Milwaukee OH 000-B S 0 Chicago 000 010 5 0 Parsons (8-10) and Rodriguez; Wood (9-5) and Herrmann. HR: Chi-Herr- mann FIRST California 100 101 000-2 5 1 Oakland HO 002 Olx- S 4 0 Clark, Allen (3-2) (6) and Stephen- son; Segul (6-3) Knowles (9) Fingers (9) and Blefary. HR: SECOND California 301 001 11 1 Oakland 001 002 100-3 9 1 Wright (8-8) Queen (7) Urocha (7) and Moses; Qdom (4-6) Roland (4) Locker (6) Knowles (8) and Tenace. SATURDAY Cleveland 3, 3 Baltimore 11, 3 California 3 Oakland 0 Detroit A Washington 2 New York 5 Boston 3 Chicago 4 Milwaukee 3 Kansas City at Minnesota ppd. rain. 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