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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday, 17, 1971 THf IETHMIDGE HERALD 11 Rookie sensation allows Tigers one hit Nothing but Blue skies for Athletics a 4.n in thfi first, iiminff leamnvleariine total t By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The first three innings were nothing like the All-Star game. But the outcome was the same. It was brilliance-as-usual for Vida Blue Friday night as the Oakland Athletics' amazing left-hander picked up where he left off a week ago in the Amer- ican League, blazing his way to a one-hit, 4-0 victory over De- troit Tigers for victory No. 18. Blue allowed a pair of devas- tating home runs in the three A11 -S t a r innings he worked against the National League Tuesday. But Friday night Oakland took a 4-0 lead in the first inning against the Tigers and Blue set the opposition down until Tony Taylor got their only hit, a lead- off single in the fourth. The nine strikeouts increased Blue's Dodgers fall six games back Giants' Mays enjoyed the rest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Willie Mays bowed to pain and weariness when he pulled out of a game at Cincinnati Thursday night, showing the ef- fects of 20 years in the major But a night's rest was all the San Francisco Giants star needed. He cavorted like a rookie Friday night, hammering Uiree hits, driving in a run and scoring twice in a 4-3 victory over the Reds. The victory moved the Giants BIX games up on Los Angeles in the National League's West Di- vision ,-.s the Dodgers bowed 3-1 to Atlanta Braves. Elsewhere, Pittsburgh Pirates edged San Diego Padres 2-1, Houston Astros topped New York Mets 9-4, St. Louis Cardi- nals blanked Montreal Expos 6-0 and Chicago Cubs bombed Phil- adelphia Phillies 11-2. STAYED IN LINEUP Mays stuck doggedly in the starting lineup because of Willie McCovey's injury this season. "I've been playing a lot while McCovey was out because I fell I owed it to the said the slugger. When he left Thursday night's game with the Reds in the fourth inning after striking ou twice, Mays said the pain was such that he could not swing a bat properly. Jerry Johnson came out of thi Giants' bullpen to put' down a ninth-inning Cincinnati rally ati cilltios available In .'he spot. CHiNOOK OUTDOOR SALES SERVICE 1205 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONES 328-4916 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Juniors open golf playoffs College Mercury and Gillett Construction got off to good tarts in the Henderson Lake Funior Golf League playoffs Thursday. Meanwhile Barry Kimery led Lethbridge Office Furniture to an eight point sweep in Coun- ry Club men's league play. At Henderson College look six of a possible eight points from i'lemings while Pahulje and laiCo split eight points evenly. College takes the two point ead into next Thursday's A div- sion play. In B section action Gillett dumped Dunlop Ford for seven joints and leads Kenwood by me point after Kenwood took six pouits from CHEC. Individually Brad Cox came up with low gross as he fired a 43. Mark Ully scored a low net 23 for top honors in that bracket. Low team net went to Kenwood with a combined 125. Kimery toured the Country Club in 37 blows with Ayden Byrne topping low net with a 32. Byrne plays with Lilydale. With Kimery leading the way the Office Furnishers capturec low team net wltu a 141. COUNTRY CLUB Pis Packers ......................KM Gentlemen 111................. 93 Parsons Lakeveiw Texaco Leth. Office Furniture nesota Vikings to the NFL1 championship and a Super Bowl berth while playing out his op- ton in 1969, packet his bags and left the Patriots' training camp at the University of Mas- sachusetts in Amherst late Fri- day' Reported to be working on a three-year contract with the Patriots, Kapp was set down by NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle. The commissioner ruled Kapp cannot even work out with the club until he signs a standard player's contract Kapp said he refused to sign such a contract on the advice of his lawyer, John Elliott Cook of San Francisco. He refused to say why. NOTHING TO SAY Kapp merely shrugged anij said "there's nothing I can say" before he left Amherst. Finding photographers wait ing at his house Kapp called an impromptu news conference which turned out to be very brief. "I have absolutely no com ment on the questions I'm sun you want to ask, but I do wan to say I want to play football." Kapp, reported to have sough a five-year, million con tract from the Vikings las year, came to the Patriots as a free agent. "It's not a question a Patriots spokesman said. "He's very satisfied." Fake field goal ivins it Eskimos trick Stamps EDMONTON (CP) A fake field goal and pass by quarter- back Don Trull to fullback Bob Houmard for a touchdown gave Edmonton Eskimos a hair-rais- ing 24-21 win over Calgary Stampeders in a Western Foot- ball Conference exhibition foot- ball game Friday night. The touchdown capped a 32- yard drive started when line- backer Jerry Griffin intercepted a Larry Lawrence pass. Harry Theofiledes took the Eskimos to the Calgary six where the drive stalled. Trull came in apparently to hold for a Dave Cutler field goal attempt with left. However, he passed to Houmard who went into the end zone for tlie touch- down. Other Edmonton scorers were Jim Thomas, who counted two on a 43-yard pass from Rusty Clark and the other j on a nine-yard field goal and a 37-yard single. Calgary looked like a shoo-in lo win the game during the first half after Larry Robinson opened the scoring with a 21- yard field goal in the first quarter. In the second, Lawrence ram bled across from the Edmonton six and Larry Robinson con verted. The half ended with Cal gcry leading 15-0 nnd outplaying Edmonton by a wide margin. Eskimos got their first point of the game on a single by Cut- ler early in the third quarter but four minutes later Fred James snared a blocked Fred Dunn punt and rambled 37 yards for a touchdown which Robinson converted, making tin score 17-1 for Calgary. A Trull pass to Thomas on the Calgary goal line gave Edmon- on its first touchdown and Cut- er converted. Jerry .Keeling then marched the Stampeders rom their own 22-yard line to ihe Edmonton 50, but the de- ence stood its ground and Jim Turlong punted for a single joint. Cutler opened the fourth quarter with his field goal and two minutes later Clark threw a screen pass to Thomas who ran 43 yards for the score. Cutler's convert tied the game 18-13. Robinson kicked a field goal into the wind to put Calgai ahead but that was short-h'vec thanks to Griffin's interceptio and the Houmard-Trull heroics Meanwhile, Toronto Argf nauts edged British Columbi Loins 18-17 in a game playec in Toronto. Fullback Jim Evenson got tw touchdrwns for the Lions, a fea matched by rookie running bac Leon McQuay for the Argos. Andrusyshyn and Tom Scha sen converted the Toron touchdowns and Ted Gerela con verted both for B.C. Johansen and Gerela got field goal each. Canada's Arctic Frontier While attending tho lethbridge and District Exhibition why not visit the ARMED FORCES CARAVAN AND DISPLAY It's cool, comfortable) end entertaining. A Military Career Counsellor will be at THE BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL on Thursday, Friday and Saturday 22, 23 and 24 July, from noon until 8 p.m. Why not him to learn more about the opportunities ho has to offer. GIVE IT SOME THOUGHT THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES SPORTS FANSl I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Here's on amazing baseball fact San Francisco Giant I outfielder Bobby Bonds struck out more times last year than one regular oldtime outfielder I did In 18 years! Bonds I fanned 189 last sect- ion, while Lloyd Woner who I the majors from played 1927 through 1945 struck whole career, i n gamesl I How's this for an oddity The Boston Red Sox ltd American League In attend-1 a nee latt season yet they have smallest seating ca- pacity in the entire league! One of the little-known, but great stories of courage I in sports concerns pro golfer Pete 8rown who was once stricken with polio and wasn't I able to walk He hod I a long, painful recovery, first learning to move his hands, j then his other muscles, trten I learning to walk again Finally, although he was able I I to swing a golf club, he had I I no coordination and couldn't even come close to hitting a ball But he didn't give up, and eventually won his fight by constant practice and I exercise He has since won several pro tourneys Indud- Ing the .1970 Andy Williams- I San Diego Open, but few people know the struggle he had getting there. I I I I 1 bet you didn't know KIRK'S (the Tire Experts) are I I a One-Stop Car Service Oper-1 I atlon for vacationers who want to a trouble-free I I Holiday trip. When it comes I to Uniroyal Tires, Brakes Alignment, or Balann you I really owe it to yourself and I I safety to let Kirk's perform a Free Safety Check to let you i have a worry-free auto trip I on your holidays. Our staff is fully qualified I !and can give you expert ser- I vice because we own the very finest modern equipment that 1 leaves nothing to chance so why not came in and get the Beit It costs no morel I See KIRK'S for I The Best Deal For Every Wheel! I KIRK'S i TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Your UNIROYAL Dealer I 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd Ave. S. PHONE IUNlROYAl.1 327-5985 KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. Phone 423-7746 KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) LTD. 6201 50th Avenue 0201 sum Avenue I Phone 223-1441 I ;