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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge club suspended Johnson bunts Ron Johnson of the Calgary Jimmies (10) squares around and League action at Henderson Stadium. Jimmies came out on the short i Monday night to bring in a run in Alberta Major Baseball end of a 4-2 count in their game with the host Lethbridge Lakers. Sullivan sharp as locals double up on Jimmies 4-2 Lakers take advantage of balk By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer In spite of it being opening of Whoop-Up Days, some loyal Lethbridge Laker fans poured into Henderson Stadium and were rewarded by the home club's 4-2 victory-over the visit- .ing Calgary Jimmies' in Alber- ta Major Baseball League play Monday night. Lakers' president, Reno Lizzi, was pleasantly surprised at the tremendous number of people who got side-tracked on their way to the exhibition grounds. "I didn't really expect this many people would turn out to- night, but this crowd has shown their enthusiasm for the Lakers an he commented. The partisan fans were ob- viously the catalyst for the-Lak- ers' thirteenth victory of the MODERN INDUSTRIAL RENTALS 1250 1st Ave. S. Phone "Industrial and Home Owner Rentals" have a good stock of pumps and welding equipment RENTAL IS YOUR BEST BUY season and third over the Jim- mies. The hard-fought verdict lifted the Lakers' record to 13-7 and a comfortable lead in the south division. Calgary Giants trail in sec- ond spot with 12-10 standing while the Jimmies are 11-10 in third. The Lakers will be out twice more to pad their lead during the week as they face a bome- and-home series against the Gi- ants. Lakers will travel to Cal- gary Wednesday night and are scheduled for a return match at home Thursday. Meanwhile hi last night's en- counter, the Lakers picked up two runs on four singles in the opening inning to upend the Jimmies. Lakers' reliable lead-off hit- ter, Bob Brown, started the ball rolling in the inning with a sharp single to centre field. Howie Heggedal and Wayne Commodore followed Brown's footsteps with back-to-back sin- gles which scored Brown from second for the first run. The next batter, Rob Roy, bounced into a double-play, but Brian Maxwell came back with Thomas into the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS back Duane Thomas, his enigmatic career long dra- matized by controversy, arrived 24 hours late at the San Diego Chargers training camp on Monday and was promptly sus- pended by coach Hat-land Svare. Svare said Thomas was "on his way back to Dallas" and added: "Nobody's wandering into my camp anytime they want." Thomas, who fed Dallas Cow- boys to victory in the National Football League's 1972 Super Bowl, was dealt to the Chargers right back hot water THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING July 16th thru 21st LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION RACETRACK POST TIME A PARI-MUTUEl P.M. DAILY v BETTING last year but never played. Meanwhile, Washington Red- skin coach George Allen was re- ported unhappy over the ab- sence of running back Larry Brown, 1972 Player of the Year. Brown's lawyer said the player was "attending to some important personal matters." "I respect Larry so much that I don't want to get into this Allen said. "I expect him to be in. In the two years that I've been here, the coach couldn't ask for more than the way Larry has per- formed. I don't want to injure our relationship because I spect him so much." In Washington, Brown's law- yer, John Perazich, said Brown "expects to join the team "shortly." "Meanwhile, he will work out twice a day." The five-foot-eleven, 195- pound Brown finished the 1972 season with 285 rushes for yaids. He also caught 32 passes for 473 yards and scored 12 touchdowns. The Miami Dolphins' all-pro safety Jake Scott continued his holdout for new contract de- You bet, we're o horse of a different color, because we have the best service and guarantee Mbmta Mvfflv ft. OTri 9ri Phone 327-1111 Daily S ft p.m. mands despite a fine. He arrived at the team's camp Sunday night to talk to coach Don Shula but left one hour later and returned to Atlanta to await any change in the Dol- phins' position. Shula, however, maintains no new demands will be met until Scott formerly with British Co- lumbia Lions of the Canadian Football League, is in uniform. Bubba Smith, who sat on the Baltimore Colts bench with a knee injury last season, was traded to Oakland Raiders for tight end Raymond Chester. Smith had said he wanted to be traded by the Colts and bad not signed bis contract for this year. All-Pro defensive lineman Bob Lilly, joining a growing contingent of disgruntled Dallas players, left the Cowboy camp at Thousand Oaks, Calif., and returned home. Lilly's wife, Ann, said the big tackle left because he said the camp was "in a confused shambles, morale was low and he was returning home until training camp conditions im- prove." ZUGER WALK OUT BLOOMFIELD BILLS, Mich. (AP) Joe Zuger, a veteran of 10 years with Hamilton Tiger- Cats in the Canadian Football League, wafted out of the De- troit Lions training camp Mon- day, the National Football League dub announced. Zuger, 32, e quarterback and punter with Ticats until 1971, bad been trying out as a punter with the Lions. the Lakers' fourth single of the inning to score Heggedal from third. The Lakers held the two-run edge until the Jimmies tied the game with single runs in the third and seventh innings. In both instances, the Jim- mies were threatening to ex- plode but winning pitcher Paul Sullivan came back with some superior pitching to stymie the Jimmies' attack. The Lakers scored their win- ning run in the seventh inning when losing pitcher Malcolm Lynn was called on a balk with Lakers' Roy on third base. Roy had reached thud after cranking a long double and ad- vancing on an error commited by Jimmies' .third baseman Wayne Martin, who found Mar- ty Maxwell's line-shot too hard to handle. The 'Lakers' msurance run came in the eighth frame after Lym relinquished four straight walks. LYNN LOSES Lynn suffered loss giving up six hits, .striking out nine and walking four while Sullivan earned his third decision over the Jimmies allowing five hits, fanning nine and walking three. Roy ted the Lakers at the plate with his seventh-inning double while singles came off the bats of Brown, Heggedal Commodore, Brian Maxwell and brother Marty. Playing coach, John Elick managed a pair of safeties in a losing cause. EXTRA INNINGS Lakers' Bob Brown has to be the best lead-off hitter in the league and is currently wielding the hottest bat... In the last two games, Brown has reached base nine out of 10 attempts In his appearances at the plate, he has also had a string of five consecutive singles Curly Commodore, father of Lakers' Wayne Commodore, travelled all the way from Saskatoon, Sask. to watch his son play last night Laker officials fea- tured last night's contest as Ladies' Night giving away free pantie-bose and hair styles Thursday night's match against the Giants has been labelled Dixie-Cup Night and guess what they have in store for all the fans. Lrth. Sullivan to Lynn To Johnston. Ml (W I 9M M 4 B. Maxwell; Cal. HELP WANTED! EXPERIENCED DIESEL MECHANIC TOP WAGES-FUU COMPANY BENEFITS PliASANT WORKING CONDITIONS Apply to INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 STAPPORO ORIVI, UTHBRIDGf PHONE 327-9125 TuMdoy, 17, THI UTHBRIDOf HERALD f Sugar Kings are out as of Monday night Lethbridge Sugar Kings, one of the founding teams, was ex- jelled from the Alberta Junior iockey League Monday. Jim Scoular, league president, said the action was taken at a director's meeting because of the "failure" of the Lethbridge rancnise holders, 3yd Ball, :arl Trentini and Adrian Uit- >eyers, to comply with the league's constitution. He said the specific charge was that the club failed to post a performance bond as re- quired. "It was regrettable this ac- ion had to be taken but we 'eel it is of the utmost impor- tance that all of the members of the league adhere to the rules that govern the AJHL." Scoular added one new appli- cation for the Lethbridge fran- chise had been received and a league official said it was be- lieved another would be receiv- ed before the July 28 deadline for applications. Lsihbridge finished last in the six-team league last season. The other teams are Calgary Can- ucks, Edmonton Mete, Drumhel- ler Falcons, Bed Deer Rustlers and the Pass Red Devils who play out of Blairmore. Meanwhile an agreement was signed in Calgary Monday unit- ing Canada's three major junior hockey leagues, the result of that union to be known as the Canadian Major Junior Hockey League The league, which will oper- ate under the umbrella of the Canadian Amateur Hockey As- sociation, comprises the West- ern Canada Hockey League, the Ontario Hockey Association junior A series, and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Roland Mercier, CAHA vice- president in charge of junior hockey, in announcing the agreement at a news conference Monday night also said agree-; ment has been reached on the site of the 1974 Memorial Cup competition. The competition, scheduled "or May 5 to 12, will be held in Calgary. Ed Chynoweth, WCHL presi- dent, said it is the first time since 1966 that Memorial Cup competition has been held in Mohawks humiliate Glenbrook Lethbridge Midget Mohawks went on another scoring ramp- age as they blasted Calgary Glenbrook 35-2 in Calgary Mid- get Lacrosse League action Sunday. The victory gave the locals two for the weekend as they earned two points from a de- fault by Calgary Triwood Sat- urday. In Sunday's tilt, Morgan Mon- roe led the Mohawks with a 13- point performance while Ken Hall followed with an U-point outing. Monroe tallied six times while adding seven assists white Hall fired in seven goals white aid- ing on four others. Dave Jackson also added six goals and an assist white four goals and six helpers went to Paul Byrne. Other Mohawk scorers in- cluded Dave Sazabki and Tony Simioni with three each and singles by Jerry McNamara, Andy Sifrer, Doug Stephens, Ron Jackson, Andrew Lipinski and John Plorilli. Mohawk netmindcr, Jerry Andres added three assists. the west. At that time, Edmon- on was the site. Chynoweth said the Calgary Corral will house the competi- ion and indicated he foresees no problems in the area of ca- >acity, which at the corral is ibout In Ottawa, site of he 1972 Memorial Cup, capac- ty was about CAHA past president Joe Kryczca said-this will be "toe irst time ever" that Calgary las hosted the Memorial Cup- As for the new national league, Kryczca said a com- mittee has been set up to write constitution for the CMJHL. rbe three major junior hockey eagues will retain their own id- entities "for the time explained. "The upshot of this (agree- ment) is that the three leagues are united under the umbrella of the CAHA. we would all work together." It has been rumored that the WCHL was thinking of signing with the World Hockey Associa- tion, but with the new league any agreement with profes- sionals would be made by all of Kryczca said. "We will operate as a single unit. That's the big positive." With the new national unit, the three major junior hockey leagues will be working togeth- er, eliminating some of the "bickering" which has been ex- perienced among, them in the past, he added. Formation of the new league will not affect the number of franchises, which remains at a maximum of 36. MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE Corner Phone 327-8548 EXCHANGE INSTALLED IN THESE SIZES 5.60-13 5.60-15 5.90-15 6.00-13 6.85-15 6.95-14 7.00-13 NOT ALLTffffiTREADS EXACTLY AS SHOWN ;