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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Widneidoy, July 21, THE LETH8RIDGE HERALD 9 Red Sox gain some lost ground Royals give Cuellar an early shower By THE ASSOCIATED FRES, Ace dealer Mike Cuellar ha always held Ihe upper hanc over Kansas Cily, but Tuesdaj lie ran into a Royal flush. Baltimore Orioles' soulhpav, was blasted out in the third in ning, his earliest departure the year, as the Orioles look s 7-1 drubbing from the Royals. "1 didn't pitch too good, said the soft-spoke Cuellar, who lost his secon 7 straight game after winning 1 of his first H American Leagu r decisions this Cuellar had a 6-0 record against the expansionist, Kansas I City club in three years, includ-j ing a one-hitter earlier this sea-3 son-z "We're sure glad Lo get to said Kansas City man- Lee Trevino not taking any chances HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) -Lee Trevino comes into the Westchester Golf Classic armed with brimming confidence, an undiminished thirst for victory and seven alarm clocks. "I was on a late TV program the night before the first round last year, talking about my chances of Trevino recalled today. "And T slept right through my tee time the next day." He was disqualified from the event, of the season on the pro golf tour. "That was the most expensive hour's sleep I ever Trevino said. "1 slept away a chance lo win "Since then people have given me a buncli of alarm clocks, seven of 'em. I'll guarantee you I'll be there on time Ihis year." Trevino. unprecedented winner of the U.S., Canadian and British Open li'.les, and PGA champ Jack IVicklaus arc co-favorites in the event that begins Thursday on Hie tight little Westchester Country Club course, a par-72 layout in suburban New York. Heavy Monday postponed qualifying rounds until By Willie Ketchum THURSDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST HACE Claiming for three year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS SILENT SECRET 114 Has the secret lo Ihis race 6 LUSTROUS STAR 119 Will remain a maiden once more 5 FLASHES CHAMP 113 Makes up ground in Ihe stretch 2 MISS TE55 H4 LigfH weigh! will DENGER 119 No! loclay 4 SECOND RACE S50D Claiming .Tor three year olds and upward SEVEN BAR 114 Outside posl should not harm fl MEO CLASS 117 Could show more 6 SECRET DOT 114 May wear down in ihe slrefch DEW IV LE TIQUE 12 THIRD RACE S500 Claimiag BOBALI5 ,12 TURKS CLASSIC show more __ 7 for three year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS Favored 'here 5 Ncxl best B ETT 11 TWILIGHT MOOD 12 FREDDY JOE H ROYAL KIMBO 11! LLOYD'S IMAGE 11 FOURTH RACE S500 Claimii GYPSY BEAUTY may help 1 show speed A Don'1 care for Ihis one Nolhinq going lor him g for three year olds and upward I'lVlS FURLONGS Looking Tor win in this spol 109 May hook No. 1 and fade on Ihis lisf B For three year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS HACE Thomas might ijnil football DALLAS (AP) Duane Thomas, the holdout halfback of the Dallas Cowboys, said Tues-dav night: "I don't think I mil play football anymore." In an interview with Dick Ris-enhoovcr of KDFW-TV. Thomas said: "Football is not important al all. It's not a way o[ hip." Thomas signed a three-year contract with the Cowboys but was named National Football League offensive rookie of the year in 1970. He has sought lo renegotiate his contract. Thomas, a former star at West Texas State, said the Cowboys were trying to "Put the Super Bowl game off on me." Thomas fumbled al the goal line in (lie 16-13 loss to repeat" of Monday t 122 Tab or good odds 5 MYSTIC MISER 119 Musi pull something oul of bag 2 DIAMOND CHEO 119 Needs a 1o do beller RACE Claiming for three year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS PILOT'S COUNT 1" Goes Ihe distance well HALLY 11-1 May be much closer i LITTLE PABLO 119 Not wilh RACE SiOO Claiming for four vcar olds and upward SEVEN THE BULL 110 May have odds and lake all 4 DEXTER BOY 118 Has much experience CHIEF 119 Ulah invader 3 MOORGATE 112 Still a maiden 5 EIGHTH RACK 5500 Claiming for three year olds .ind uptrard SEVEN at the door 7 Count your money when Ihis one wins 2 DOBBIN 11 J Not VJ th this crowd 10 SPEED SPORT BIKES A streamlined racing bike with plenty of go and sparkling chrome. Multiple gearing makes riding faster and easier for louring, for racing, or For just fun-cycling. SEE THE KING Of 10 SPEEDS CARLTON CRITERIUM Super lightweight alloy English m g QF racing 1 QU Olher 10 Speeds by Such Names PEUGEOT C.C.M. GITANE PHILLIPS RALEIGH MONSHEE All 10 speeds are set-up, BET GYPSY BEAUTY in 4th race LONGSHOT MYSTIC MISER in 5Lli race POST TIME 2 The Pirates finished their 1S71 season in fine form as they cap-.ured top spot in Big League baseball. The Pirates earned 24 points throughout the season, just two more than the second place Cardinals with 22. Third place went to the Expo's who mustered up 17 points while Warner and New Dayton finished fourth and fifth respectively with four and three points. Playoff action commences tonight with the Pirates taking on the Expo's at while the Cardinals face er at Thursday evening the Big League All-Stars will stage an exhibition game against the junior Miners. Game time is set for 8 p.m. Meanwhile the Braves picked up the Norcrest Little League title wilh 12-0 victory over the Dodgers Tuesday night. Dave Miskulin fired a no-hitter and fanned 12 in gaming the well deserved win while Doug Vogt suffered the loss, being tagged for 10 hits. Miskulin and Tim Troman rapped out two singles apiece in the win. NOTH1N' T' SAY AFTER YEARS J 60 days, LOW AS f We Take Trades Be sura to pick up Your brochure nnd applicalion form for the Windy Cily Hockoy School! BERT MAC'S CYCIE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3221 Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. "Srrvino Soulh Alborta For Ovor 35 ,1 T-Qg 1 (CARRV YER CASE? H p H-20' r Bob Lemon. "It's been long time coming." Elsewhere, California Angels turned back Detroit Tigers 2-0, Oakland Athletics Jefeated Cleveland Indians 6-3, New York Yankees trimmed Minne- sota Twins 6-5, Washington Sen- ators ripped Milwaukee Brew- Aaron figured it out By THE ASSOCIATED PRES! For hvo nights Hank Aaron couldn't figure out what was going on out on the mound Then he made a calculated guess. The result was an explosive home run, a two-run shot with one out in the ninth inning tha broke up a duel between Allan ta's lion Heed and Dave Hob erts of San Diego Padres am powered the Braves to a 3-1 triumph. "I was guessing fast said Aaron of Roberts' offering that wound up beyond the let! field fence and brought Chie Noc-A-Homa from his teepee foi a victory dance. The round-tripper was No. 618 of his career and bis 26th of the season, five back of major league leader Willie Stargell of Pittsburgh Pirates. In other National League ac tion, Pittsburgh dumped San Francisco Giants 11-7, Philadel phia Phillies breezed by St Louis Cardinals 5-1, Cincinnati Reds tripped Los Angeles Dodg ers 7-1, Montreal Expos rallied lo defeat Houston Astros 4-3 in 10 innings and, in an afternoon game, Chicago Cubs defeated New York Mets 4-2. PITCH OFF TARGET Aaron, recalling the [lome-run ball, said it "wasn't too but Roberts probably wanted to get it farther out. "He gave me a fit. I couldn't figure him Aaron contin- ued. "He throws everything for strikes. I saw two left-handers in two nights and I hadn't had a hit off either. It was getting tend of embarrassing." Reed limited the Padres to just three one of them was Ollie Brown's fifth homer of the year that tied the game 1-1 in the seventh. A pah- of errors by San Fran- cisco shortstop Chris Speier opened the way to five unearned Pittsburgh runs as the Giants blew an early 4-1 lead. Stargell and Al Oliver each (nocked out three Mir and Bill Mazeroski, Vic Davalillo and Manny S a n g u i 11 e n had two apiece for P i 11 s b u r g h, who maintained their 11 game lead atop the National League East. PITCHES THREE-HITTER Chris Short tossed a ihree-Mt- ter and got more than enough support at the plate from Don Woney and rookie John Vukov- ch in the Phillies' victory. Money cracked two doubles and a single and scored twice and Vukovich collected three RBI against Ihe Cards. Johnny Bench, returning to Cincinnati's starting lineup as a catcher for the first time since July 7 when he was injured on a 'oul tip, drove in a pair of runs with a single and his 19th homer of the year. But Tommy Helms was Ihe clulch hitter against Hie Dodg- ers, cracking a three-run double that keyed the Reds' five-run seventh inning. Bill Etoneman had a one-hitter ;oing for 8 2-3 innings against he Astros, who then scored hrec runs to tic the score lefore John Boccabella singled lome Montreal's winning tally in Ihe 10th inning. The Cubs withstood solo noire runs by Tommie Agoe and Ed Krancpool of Ihe Mels, get a double and two singles and a pair of RBI from Billy Williams and presenled Ferguson Jenkins of Chatham, Onl., with his 15th .ritimph of (.lie season. Zalopek knocks capitalists PRAGUIC (API Cmil Zalo- pek, Ihe great Czech lonc-dis- lance runner of Ihc early 1950s, said Tuesday he would rather live on "bread and water" under communism Ihaii in "cap- italist luxurv." 7, a I o p c k, winner of three Olympic gold mcdnls in 194H nnd 1952, told the Communist Pnity daily newspaper Rude. Pravo Hint rcccn', British press reports he wns dissatisfied wilh cvcnLi in Czechoslovakia were "fabrications." ers 5-1 and Boston Red Sox topped Chicago While S'ox 5-4. Cookie Rojas cracked four liits for Kansas City, including a double during a four-run rally in the third that chased Cuellar. Tommie Reynolds made a leaping calch to deprive Detroit of a ran in the seventh inning, then slugged a two-run double with two out in the eighth to give surging California its 10th victory in 14 games. Reynolds r'aced to the bullpen fence in deep right field and made a leaping, one-handed stab to deprive Dalton Jones of an extra-base hit with a man on base. Then he snapped a score- less tie with his eighth-inning hit up the alley in lelt centre. Unbeaten Chuck Dobson nailed down his ninth victory in Oakland's success over Cleve- land. Dobson held the Indians to six hits and didn't walk a batter until two more hits chased him and brought in reliever Rollie Fingers. Ron Swoboda's bouncer1 chased in Frank Baker with the winning run to cap a five-run rally for New York in the ninth. BLOW LEAD The rally overcame Minneso- ta's 5-1 lead built on a five-run sixth inning climaxed by Craig Neli'.Ies' grand-slam homer. Dick Bosnian drove in three runs with a squeeze bunt and a double and pitched scoreless ball after the first inning to pace Washington's triumph. Bosnian's bunt single scored Elliott Maddox wilh the second run in a three-ran second in- ning, then doubled to right in Ihe sixth following a walk to Maddox and a two-out, inten tional walk to Toby Harrah. Rico Petroceffi knocked in OIL winning run with a two-out sin gle in the ninth inning to pu Boston over Chicago. Phil Gagb'ano opened with i walk and raced to second on passed ball. He held the bast wliile Luis Aparacio struck oul Reggie Smith flied out and Cn. Yastrzemski was given an in tentional walk, then scooted home on Petrocellis1 line drive down the left-field line. Cuozzo may not sign MINNEAPOLIS (A P) Quarterback Gary Cuozzo dis closed Tuesday he has not ye signed a 1971 National Football League contract with Minnesota Vikings and might play out his option this year. "I haven't signed yet and i doesn't look as if I will although he would work out nor mally at Minnesota's ti'aining camp, opening today. "I feel I am a better quarter- back than a lot of people said Cuozzo, who became a reg- ular for the first time in his eight-year NFL career in 1971, passing for yards anc seven touchdowns as the Vi- kings won their third straight Centra] Division championship in the National Conference. Cuozzo's disclosure brought to mind Minnesota's other diffi- culties with two famous quarter- backs, Frank Tarkenton anc Joe Kapp. Rapp, a Canadian Footballk- League star for eight years with Calgary Stampeders and British Columbia Lions, refused to sign before the 1870 season and was traded to Boston Patriots. Tarkenton did not get along with former coach Norm Van Brocklin and was dealt to New York Gianls. EXPORTA" REGULAR AND KINGS MUNSON HITS THE ROOF-New York Yankees catcher Thurmon Munson charges home from third base bowling over Minnesota Twins catcher Phi! Roof. The throw from second beat Munson home but the Twins catcher dropped the ball allowing Munson to lie the gome 5-5 in the ninth. Yankees went on to win 6-5 in the Tuesday night game in New York. Four gold medals Best day for Canada KINGSTON, Jamaica (CP) Canada had its best day yet at the third Pan American Wheel- chair Games Ticsday, winning four gold medals, eight silver and 1ft bronze. The day's take increases Can- ada's medal total to six gold, 16 silver and 13 bronze. Joyce Murland of Vancouver won two golds in the Class 1-B field events, winning the discus and javelin competitions. Gle- dine Seeley of Pcnticlon, B.C. won a gold in the shot put in the same class while Ernie Friesen of Edmonton won a gold in the Class 1-B discus competition for men. Eugene Reimer of Vancouver won a silver medal in the mid- dleweight weightlifting with a lift of 259 pounds. Miss Murland also won a silver in the shot put, Richard Wasnock of Van- couver in the Class 2 javelin competition, R e i in e r in the Class 5 discus, Rcichert ill Ihe Class 1-A 40 metres and Friesen in the 100 metres. Bronze medals went to Was- nock for the shot put in Class 2, George Shields of Vancouver in the discus, Walter Dann of Hali- fax in the shot put, Bob Simp- son of Toronto in the 100 metres, to the Canadian teams in the Class 4 and 5 relays, In the men's and women's basket- ball teams, lo Ihe men's team and women's team in the table tennis doubles. In M o n d a y 's competition, Hilda Binns of Hamilton won a gold in the Class 3 women's sla- lom. Canada's first gold medal Sunday went to Miss Murland in the women's air pistol competi- tion. United Stales athletes shat- tered tliree meet records en route to winning 30 medals, 17 of them gold, in the Games Tuesday. Wilh two more days remain- ing in the five-day competition, the U.S. now has won 59 medals gold and 14 each of silver and bronze. Rauch resigns unexpectedly NIAGARA FALLS. N.Y. (AP) John Rauch resigned unex- pectedly Tuesday as head coach of Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. Rauch resigned after a meet- ing with Ralph C. Wilson Jr., owner of the team, at the Bills' training camp here. Wilson said he met wilh Rauch to tell the coach he was about to Issue statements defending two for- mer Bills players whom Rauch had criticized in a recent televi- sion program. The players are Ron JJcDols and Paul Maguire. "He told me 'if I did so, I would have to get myself a new head Wilson said. WHOOP-UP DAYS at Leo Singer's JUST ARRIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF LEVIS' NUYO FLARES Sta-press never needs ironing. Reg. 12.95. Whoop-Up Special 9 ,95 PURPLE BRUSHED COTTON DENIM LEVIS' BELL BOTTOM Reg. 10.95. Whoop-Up Special 8 .95 LEON DE PARIS ANTRON and FORTREL PLAOUET FRONT T-SHIRTS 4 bullon style Reg. 10 13.95 Whoop-Up Special A SPECIAL SELECTION OF MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Rcj. B.OO Whoop-Up Special IF YOU STILL WEAR WHITE SHIRTS Here's a terrific buy. A special selection. 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