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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THt IETHBRID01 HERAID Wcdnoidny, July 19, 1971 WEEKEND FEATURES! 10 H 1 ALBERTA WHITE GRANULATED .35 FRENCH MAID 180 fl 01 jug PRIDE OF ARABIA SUGAR BLEACH COFFEE APPLE DRINK ORANGE CRYSTALS ALPINE pkg. BEANS with PORK BiTTiR BUY 14 fl, ez, tins "R ALLEN'S .48 fl. oz, tin 79' ,79' HAPPY TIME ICE CREAM T Gallon Plastic Container GOVT. INSPECTED RED OR BLUE BRAND BEEF Chuck Roasts OR ROUND BONE SHOULDER GOVT. INSPECTED RED OR BLUE BRAND BEEF Cross Rib Roasts J j c GOVT. INSPECTED RID OR BLUi BRAND BilF CHUCK STEAKS Ib. GREEN GRAPES 47 HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE FRESH. EXTRA LARGE SIZE Tigers, Orioles one-two Royals' big hitters lead way By THIS ASSOCIATED PBESS The throe bailers In the American League played key of- fensive roles Tuesday night as Kansas City Royals swept a doubleheader from Cleveland Indians (i-5 and 11-B. Lou Piniclla led I he Kansas City attack wilh .six hils in the doublcheadcr, 1 11i.1 u d i n g a homer. IIo drove in five runs and scored two. Of his outfield males, Amos Otis scored twice in each game and Richie Schcinblum drove in one run In I he opener and scored two in the nightcap. Elsewhere in the American League Tuesday niglil, New York Yankees blanked Minne- sota Twins 6-0, Boston Red Sox trimmed California Angels Baltimore Orioles nipped Texas Thomas makes peace THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. fAP) A composed Duane Thomas, hinting at a new rela- tionship with both pro football and the press, has made his least for the moment Dallas Cowboys. The lal- enled but unpredictable running back made his second apiwar- ance of the year at the training camp of the Najional Football League club Tuesday night. After lalking in private for nearly three hours, Thomas and coach Tom Landry emerged to tell reporters that the player would take his physical exam and begin workouts today. Thomas, smiling and appar- ently relaxed during a brief news conference, wouldn't say why he walked out of camp last Wednesday night, referring only to "personal reasons." Reminded of his statements last year criticizing Landry anc the team's front office, Thomas said: "You're talking about the past. Wait a few more weeks and I'll give you something else to go on." He also said he would end his much-publicized silence and talk about football to re- porters this year "il I have time." FINE AUTOMATIC Last Wednesday night, Thomas missed the Cowboys' first team meeting, incurring an automatic fine, then showed up a tew hours later. After talking briefly to Landry, he left with' out explanation. Landry said Thomas would be fined, but he wouldn't say how much. The coach also said Thomas would begin workouts as a second-string halfback be- hind Calvin Hill. "He has to catch up, but it won't take him said Landry. Rancors 2-1 in 15 Innings, De- troit Tigere edged Chicago While Sox 4-3 in 11 innings and Oakland Athletics split a double- header wilh Milwaukee Brew- ers, winning Ihe firsl game 4-0 hill losing Ihe second 7-1. Scheinbluni slill leads the American league hitlers with a average but Piriiella's big night left him only three percen- tage poinls behind at ,325. Otis is No. 3 wilh .311. A bit down the list are two olher Royals, Cookie Rojas and John May- berry, both hilling POWER SHOWS Thai gives the Royals half th'e American League's 10 leading hilters and it showed against the Indians. Kansas City col. lecled 25 hils in Ihe double- header, running Ihrough five Cleveland pitchers in the first game and four in the nightcap. Piniclla's second double of the opener scored Kansas City's winning run in the eighth toning of the firsl game. Scheinblufo opened the eighth wilh a walk and Mayberry singled pinch runner Sieve Ilovley to Ihird be- fore Piniella delivered his hit. In Ihe second game, Piniella completed his six-hil nighl with a single, and homer as Ihe Roy- als finished Lire sweep. The Yankees broke out of four-game losing slreak wilh Ihree Steve homers lhat powered Kline's six-hil victory OUCHI ANOTHER RECORD Montreal Expos' Ron Hunt has just been hit by a pitch for the 192nd time in his. career tying him with Minnie Minoso for the all-time hit batsman major league record. Watching Hunt being hit by San Francisco's Giants pitcher.Ron Bryant is Giant's catcher Dave Roder and home plate umpire Bill Williams.. (AP Wirephoto) Arlin can only come close to a no-hitter ORIGNATED IN ALBERTA FOR ALBERTA FAMILIES. by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Steve Arlin, Ihe San Diego 'adj-es pitcher who is a denlisl in the offseason, was offered a on-dental Instrument by man- ger Don Zimmer, who thought e had cost lu's right-handed :ar a no-hitter. 'Here." said Zimmer, hand- ng Arlin a razor blade and pointing to his own throat, "make it quick." Arlin pilched 3 2-3 innings of no-hit baseball Tuesday night before giving up two hits in the ninth inning. The Padres beat Philadelphia Phillies S-l but the loss of the no-hilter was a let- down for the 26-year-old pitcher, bis manager and leam-mates. Phillies' i n t i e 1 d e r Denny Doyle stroked a single over the head of third baseman Dave Roberts lo break up Arlin's bid. The pitcher was unnerved and balked, then gave up another hit to Tom Button, which scored a run. "f messed it up." said Zim- mer. had Hoberls playing in. If he pJays back, he fields the ball. I messed it up." In other National League games, San Francisco Giants blanked Montreal Expos 3-0, Houslon Astros thumped St. Louis 11-3, Atlanta Braves heat Pittsburgh Pirates 1-2, Chicago Cubs edged Cincinnati Reds 2-1 and Los Angeles Dodgers trimmed New York Jlcls 2-1. "I was confident of that no- hitter in Ihe eighth, and certain of it in the ninth when I got two said Arlin, who led the National League in losses with 19 last year. "When Doyle hit the ball on the ground. 1 thought it was all over. Then I saw Rob- erts was playing shallow and thought 'nh no'." Arlin got plenty of offensive help from Nale Colbert, who drove in lliree runs with a dou- ble and his 21st homer of the season: He also got an out-stand- ing defensive play from second baseman Derrel Thomas, who slopped Doyle's grounder in Ihe hole in the sixth and threw lo firsl while silling on the ground. For Philadelphia, Ailin's suc- cess in the major leagues is no surprise. He signed with the Phils for a reported bonus of in I960, buL was claimed by San Diego in Ihe 1968 expansion draft. The Padres supposedly gave Ihe Phils for the rights lo him. said Phils' manager Paul Owens, "after what I've seen, if we can get him, they can have their money back." Left-hander Ron E r y 3 n I's four-hit pitching gave him lu's fifth straight victory and brought his record to 8-4. He struck oul four Monlreal play- ers and walked two Rookie Garry Maddox backed Bryanl wilh a two-run homer, his sev- enth of the season. The Giants' final run came when, wilh a man on Ihird, Expo starter and loser Balor Moore, 1-4, balked. over Minnesota. Thurman Munson had a two- run shot and Ron Blomberg con- nected wilh two on in the third inning, giving Kline, 9-4, a com- fortable five-run lead. Murcer hit his llth of the year in Ihe eighth for New York, SIEBERT WINS Sonny Siehert won his first game in a monlh, pitching Bos- ton past California and Nolan Ryan wilh a four-hitter. Boston bunched three runs in the second inning with hits by Rico PetroceUi, Danny Cater and Tommy Harper keying rally. That was enough for Sie- bert, 8-5, to best Ryan, 11-7. Catfish Hirnler's five-hitter gave Oakland its first-game vic- tory over Milwaukee. Reggie Jackson drove in two runs for the Athletics with his 18th homer and a double. .But Ihe Brewers salvaged the split as Jim Lonoorg survived pair of homers by Mike Epstein to record his eighth victory o[ the season with last-out help from Frank Linzy. Milwaukee bunched three runs in the first inning and three more in the sixth to make Lonborg's job easy. TIGERS STAY AHEAD Detroit remained one game in front of Baltimore in the Ameri- can League East as both clubs won. The Tigers went 11 innings to beat Chicago for their ninth victorj' in the last 10 games wlu'Je Baltimore went 15 to nip Texas for the Orioles' sisth straight triumph. Joe Coleraai held Chicago without a hit Tor six innings but Ihe White Sox broke lhal up on Dick Allen's Icadoff triple in the seventh, a ball misjudged by centre fielder Mickey Stanley, The Sox knocked Coleman out in the eighth, tying the score at 3-3, and it stayed that way until the 11 Hi. Then Slanley tripled wilh one out and came home on El Brinkman's sacrifice fly Tor lie deciding run. Brooks Robinson was the Ori- oles' hero in Texas, delivering a single to deliver Bobby Gricb with Baltimore's winning run in the 15th Rangers. inning against the 5rich had doubled. MULTI-YEAR PACT MONTREAL (CP) Right vinger Claude Larosc has sign- ed a mulli-year contracl with Montreal Canadiens, the Na- lional Hockey League club an- nounced Tuesday. Terms of Ihe nol disclosed. contract were Argument leads lo separation O'Brien., Fresh Yankee part TORONTO (CP) Fresh Yankee and Joe O'Brien, one of the grcalesl hnrsc-drivor comhinalions in harness rac- ing history, have been broken up. The decision was made by Duncan MacDonald of Syd- ney, N.S., who took his fa- mous (rolling marc from O'Biicn's bam Mnnd.ny as Ihe result of an argument over Snlurdiiy nighl's In- ternational trot at. HoonovpR ftar.cway. Then with Ihe criticism of lh.it r.lill beating on his ear- drums. MacDonnld drove his lalest Nes- a record setting vic- tory in the second division of Ihe Count B Pacing Stakes at Greenwood raceway Monday night. MacDonald snid he was dis- pleased willi lie way O'Brien, a native of Alherlon. P. 1C. f. and now a rcsidenl of Shaflcr, Calif., drove fresh Yankee in Ihe International. "II wasn't a race al all; they were going single file all the wqy he snid. He (O'Brien) never tried. He look her away from I lie shrling gnle. Ho never asked her al all. Fresh Yankro was up fir Ihiil race and he had an excel- Icnl rhanrp. lo win." Fresh Yankee (inishrd -rr.- ond li Spwxly Crown in I list race, celling lhan nf 3 longl.h. O'RHIUN NOT O'Brien said MacDonald did nol have a chance to lake the horse away from him, hut rather "I iold him ho could have her." He said he nol, sorry lo lose Ihe owner but was disappointed that be would nol longer be asso- ciated with Fresh Yankee. "She was like one of the O'Brien said. "She was as perfect a racing ma- chine as ever lived. Anyone can drive Duncan." O'Brien said there is lillle chance for reconcillialion wilh MacDonald. O'Brien, 55, look over Fresh Yankee in and since Ihen has guided her to more lhan million of Ihe mare's 11 [el. iniR earnings. And so, Fresh Yankee., wilh perhaps MacDonald in the sulky, will get her first crack of the season at Une rlc Mni this .Saturday al. Roosevelt in a special race. ON LINE Roosevelt has put up with the owners of Speedy Crown, line- rle Mai and Fresh Yankee putting up The winner will get Hie second-place finisher and for third. MacDonald said he has not made up his mind whether to drive Fresh Yankee himself. But MacDonald proved Monday nighl lhat. he could drive. Me guided his I wo- year-old Armhro Kcshil, lo a Norlli American record lima of 4-5 over Ihe mile course. Tlic mark was also a record for Iwo-year-old pacers in Ihe C'ninil. B Stakes, hut was oiw-fiflh of a seconrl off Ihe Irack record set last year by Silent Majority. The victory was B stunning upscl over .1. ft. Skipper, who was a 3-5 favorile In Ihe feature. Armbro Ncs- hil was the leader from wire lo wire and MncDonnld wilh- sldod the challenge from J. P.. Skipper to win by a neck. ;