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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD Friday, July 11, 1972 Jockey Leonard injured Cougars sign Barrel Knibbs CHICAGO (AP) Chicago Cougars o[ the World Hotkey Association signed six new players Thursday, includ- Slayback allows just five safeties By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bill Slayback felt right at home on the range while making Texas Rangers feel downright uncomfortable a t home. "He pitched another great game, didn't exclaimed Detroit Tiger manager Billy Martin after the 24-year-old rookie mastered the Rangers 5-1 with a five-hitter Thursday night. Slayback, who only a couple of weeks ago was in the minor leagues, struck out 13 Rangers with an assortment of sliders and fastballs. "Why did I strike out so Slayback said. "It was just a matter of throwing a lot of good, two-strike pitches. I mixed my pitches pretty well tonight." "I got him on breaking said the Tiger rookie. "All four teams, on breaking pitches. That's the first time I've ever faced him. He's so big, he scares you even when he's standing still." BED SOX WIN TWO In Thursday's other American League games, Boston Red Sox took a doubleheader from Oak- land Athletics 2-1 and 4-3 in 11 innings; Milwaukee Brewers edged Minnesota Twins 2-1 and Baltimore Orioles downed Kan- sas City Royals 3-5 in 10 in- nings. Rain washed out Califor- nia at New York. In the National League, At- lanta Braves defeated St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 and New York Mets turned back Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1. MOBILE HOME Double Widi 24'x40' 3 Bedroem MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES PHONE 327-1986 ing Jimmy McLeod, 35, a part- time goalie for St. Louis Blues of the rival National Hockey League last season. The Cougars, who now have 10 players signed for the WHA's inaugural season starling this fall, signed five other younger players mainly with minor league backgrounds. They were centre Rod Zaine, 20, who played part of the 1970- 71 season with Pittsburgh Pen- guins and part of last season with Buffalo Sabers; defence- man Dan Lodhoa, 25, who played the last two seasons with Dallas Black Hawks; defence- man Dick Proceviat, 2C, of Kan- sas City Blues in the St. Louis Blues farm system, winger Bill Young, 25, also from the Dallas farm club of Chicago Black- Hawks, and centre Darrel Knibbs, 23, from Muskegon Mo- ll a w k s of the International League and a former Lelhbridge Sugar King. Big payoffs highlight meet By PAT SULLIVAN Hcralcl Siwrls Writer Two of the biggest payoffs of the five-day Whoop-Up Downs race meet Thursday helped to caac the pain of a deep, muddy track that claimed its first vic- tim. Racing officials have done a near-miraculous job of keeping the track al Wlioop-Up Downs in operational shape. Heavy rains Monday night and Tues- day forced cancellation of the second day of racing. What has been an almost constant drizzle the pasL two days has left the track deep with mud but until the fifth race Thursday things had been fine. However, jockey Ron Leon- ard, the leader thus far in the meet with four thrown from his wins, was mount Ski Bobby Orr will play in series MOSCOW f AP) A top Ca- nadian hockey official said Thursday thai star defence- man Bobby On- will play for Canada against the Soviet Union "even if he has to play on one leg." R. Alan Eagleson, director of the National Hockey League players association, made the remark at a news conference capping talks with Russian hockey officials. The talks ironed out final details for a so-called "dream series" of eight games be- tween the world's two hockey superpowers. The series this September, half in Canada and half here, will pit top pro- fessional players from the Na- tional Hockey League against the Soviet Union's world champion "amateur" team. A post-season knee opera- tion had cast some dbubt on whether Orr, of Boston Bruins, would get to play in the series. And he didn't want to deprive another Canadian player of one of the 30 slots on Team C a n a d a 's travelling squad to Russia, knowing he might not be in shape to play. PLAY-OFF LACROSSE ALBERTA LACROSSE ASSOCIATION JUNIOR SEMI-FINAL CALGARY SHAMROCKS vs LETHBRIDGE NATIVE SONS 2nd GAME OF A BEST-OF-RVE SUNDAY, JULY 23, 7 P.M. HENDERSON ADULTS 12 AND UNDER FREE STUDENTS AND PENSIONERS 50c Lakers battle for 11 By LLOYD YAMAGISIII 'Herald SJiorts Writer The big question of the day is, what ball team would have eventually come up on top in Thursday night's Sask. Alta. Major Baseball League game? No ODC will really know the correct answer as the Leth- bridge and Eston Ram- blers were forced to stop play after 11 complete innings and settled for a 3-3 tie at the Hen- derson ball park. Rain started to pour heavily during the eleventh inning and left plate umpire George Yosh- inaka no alternative, but to call the game. The Lakers, who had planned twi-night doubleheader wilh the Ramblers, needless Lo say, never got the second encounter under way before the 400 loyal fans. 7n lasl night's game, the visiting Ramblers scored sin- gle runs in the fourth, sixth and tenlh innings while the Lakers tallied twice in the sixth and once more in the tenth. The Lakers threatened to break the game wide open in the final inning, as Ihey placed men on first and second bases resulling from two Ramblers' errors. With none out, Jeff DeRecat flew out and then watched Bob Turner and Howie Heggedal go down swinging to retire the side. DeRecat, who seems to get stronger and stronger since he sees more mound duties, went the full 11 innings giving up only four hits, seven walks and striking out seven. Steve Dentz started for the Ramblers and allowed two runs on two base hits, six walks and four strikeouts while reliever Ireg Larson, who came into the ball game during the sixth nning gave up five hits and :hc Lakers' third run. Wayne Commodore and Howie Heggedal paced the Lakers at .he plate with two singles apiece while Howard Gesy managed a double and a single :or the Ramblers. Commodore's two safeties drove in all three Lakers' runs. The Lakers will see action again on the weekend as they host the Unity Cardinals Sat- urday night at eight o'clock and .he Kindersley Klippers twice Sunday. The first game Sunday will ;et under way at p.m. at he Henderson ball park. .akeri ......Ml 002 ow 7 4 Ramblers 000 101 000 4 2 DpRecal and Neilson (5) and Mallock. Dentz (6) and Larson To Rawling. Country while making a bid to overtake Smart Bet. Smart Bet was leading by a length when Leonard made his move. He moved to the oul- side bill his horse slipped and on its way threw Leonard in the path of Ihe remainder of the field, six horses. Leonard was kicked in the back and despite Ihe fact he walked off the track and lo the jockey's quarters under his own power, he was taken lo hospital wilh a possible bruised kidney. The accident which took Leonard and Ski Country out of the race, opened Ihe way for Ihe biggest pay of the day in Hie exactor. Smart Eel, ridden by Paul Osier was the winner with Doolin Prince, ridden by Cindy Moore, second. The two com- bined for u exactor. Fifteen Lickols were sold on the payoff. Thursday's other big pay came in the daily double as another ]5 tickel-holders cash- ed in on Barbara Suitor won the first race aboard Dreamin Demon, owned by Lethbridge's Max Gibb. Combined with Mark Jen- sen on Brian T in the second. the result was the best double of the meet. Miss Moore, a confident, young rider from Spokane, Wash., romped home the win- ner in the featured seventh race Thursday. Miss Moore rode Knute K Lo a pholo-finish vic- lory over Banquet Knight rid- den by Norm Jewell. Owned FRIDAY'S RESULTS FIRST J500. claiming, 3 year olds and up, 7 lurlongs. Dreamin Demon (Surlor) 6.50 3.JO 3.00, Bed Rock Jel (Pasaue) 9.60 630, slrcef Law 'Dcpew) 4.10. Time: 2-5. Meo Clsss. Muslard Call, chanfield, Irish Colonel, U Hope also ran. SECOND SSCMI, claiming, 3 year olds and up, 7 lurlonas. Brian T fjensen] 15.31 3.50, Sky Fire (Moore) B.JO 5.40, I'll Peel (Depewi 4.50. Time 7-5. Winning Skip, Bib Bambi, French Bar, Jusla Roar, Miss Tally also ran. DAII.Y DOUBLE: S151.20. THIRD 1500, allowance, 4 year old maidens, 7 lurlongs Maris Pass (Fergusonl 4.70 3.20 2 BP, Slage Led (Suifor) 570 350, Foxy salo (Bourne) 2.90. Time: 25. Wee Tosca, Doc Mac. Size, Maior Jac. Bella County also ran. OUINELLA: S1S.7Q. and trained by Mike Wilson of Spokane, Knute K won the Pcr- lich Eros. Auction Market fea- ture. The winner's time was seconds over the three fur- long distance. A purse went along with the win. Racing continues today with 10 races and again Saturday with a post time of 2 p.m. RACE SELECTIONS By Willie Ketchum SATURDAY'S SELECTIONS ANDY CAPP IT'S ALWAfS A BUT IT'S 1 TO KNOW 'AD A VERY VERY Tffue; DEAR, EXCEPT WHEN J THE LEAVES FIRST RACE SGOll Claiming tor three year olds and upwards FIVE FURLONGS TROOP DOC MAC ARTUR D FRENCH BAR WHISTLING LAD DAINTY HOPE HITIPPER FAMOUS TERRY 113 Looks lo be bear 122 Speed in lasl 171 Could better Ihls 122 Post helps chance 119 Lasl will held 111 Too much speed 117 Too much speed 117 Too much speed RACE SfiOO Claiming for three year olds and upwar FIVE FURLONG HAYDN'S DOLL..... HURRY HALLY SIZE PRINCE GRAY WEE TOSCA ESPIRIT DE SPEED .....117 Speed on pole 122 Could win il all .....117 Oulsicle post hurls ......117 Besl of Ihe resl 117 Needs the experience ......117 Not loo much chance 122 Not loo much chance 112 No chance........ Race results Irom Northlands Park Tuesday. THIRD HACE SGOO Claiming for three year old maidens SEVEN FURLONGS COLOR ME LUCKY MISS MONAIRO HANDSOME ARCHES ABIE BIRD SINGING SEAS 107 Wins of last .113 Post could win 1H Could move up 117 Hasn'l shown how 117 Nol much 'o Show FOURTH RACE SGOO Combination (or two year olds FIVE FURLONGS GALLANT KIN JOEY'S ARCHES HOPE YOU HURRAY MUFFED CHANCE WILY SAB1E FAMOUS PANORCO JOEY SOMETIME GREY HOPE 107 Bcsl off First 1W Seem's second best 112 Dig win In lasl Ill Has shown some run" KM Will try For frcnl 109 Unknown quanllly Inside 117 Posl hurls 112 No chance FIFTH RACE SCOO Claiming for four year olds and up ONE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH MILE ANOTHER INDIAN LITTLE MISS SWISS SKY FIRE IRISH COLONEL RIDGEVIEW HOPE FAMOUS BAYBOY CONGRESSMAN MISS TALLY......'.'., 171 Seems well placed 113 Inside speed..... 119 Could win it all IIP Nol from lesl Ml Lale charge 113 Could beal a few 1U Has not shown lU Not loday SIXTH IUCE Combination for three year olds SEVEN FURLONGS FIRST ing, 2 yea olds, 56fr. Bomb Striker (MeCuuley) 15.5 5.00, Super Quill 'Wiseman) 2.SO. Time: 35. Burgandy Lass, Bhal Force. Silve Sparrowhawk, Regicide Bis ran. SI, -100, claim 0HyalEh Barb (Shields) 3.10 2.50 2.30, ErikcMn (McCauley) 2.80 2.40, Shoes EXACTOR: J339.BI. For Jimmy (Barroby) 3.30. Time: t-5. Irish Scciely, Lady Sheba, ten's Birthday, Warsnip Eagle, The Winnel ran. SECOND ing, 3 year aids, 1 M6 claii Hap'yy Whistler (Wiseman) 7.50 3.40 2.90, Roaring Freddie (Morris) 3.20 2.60, Caesar's Song (Stadnyk) 3.M. Time: 1-S. Down The Well, Western Echo, Summer Mint, Hilt Countess, Sister Quill also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 116.10. THIRD claiming, A year olds and up, Jasper Park (Indfll 7.50 3.90 3.60, BigliMIe Bull (Barroby) 7.60 3.50, Homeccmina Dav (Hamll) 2.80. Time: 4-5. Grev CUD Sler, Grinner, My Rose Ann, Slormy Way, Kojo also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 3 year olds, 1 1-16 miles. Already Fair Eye (lnda> 38.BO 9.20 3.60, Edie's Prize 'Barrobyt 3.90 7.90, Scolty George (Hedge) 2.60. Time: 1M7. Jamie's Victory, Honor And Glory, Emerald Lin, Summer Beau, Faull's Enlre also ran. FIFTH claiming, A year olds and up, SIXTH ng, 3 year olds, 1 1-1 elairr miles. Johnny's Honey (1nda> B.AO 4.20 Regal Point (SanchEi) 5.40 3.30, Comp- ioir (Sladnyk) 2.50. Time' A-S. Neslime, Spotted Turk, Cape Dyer, Front Desk and Tlnga Whippet also ran. SEVENTH claiming, J year olds and up, miles. Some Hand (Sanchez) 23.30 10.70 fi.10, Pam's Delighl (McCauleyl 0.50 5.30, Allanlic Slar (Norm) 4.50. Time: 3-5. Le Brigadier, Whirlagale, Bully, War Glee, Arctic John also ran. EIGHTH allowance, A year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Camel Train (Sanchez) 9.50 5.00 3.M, Golden Compass (McCauley) 3.90 2.90, Flying Award (NorriS) 3.00. Time: 45. Kuckee Lad, let Palace, Pandora's Box, also ran. NINTH claiming, A year olds and up foaled in Canada, 7 furlongs. All Black (Inda) 9.70 5.30 190, Per. ment (Sladnyk) 5.50 5.50, Lyndon Val- ley (Shields) 2.50. Time: Nesh Boy, Twin's Pride, Bonny Airs, AmL-er Day, Fraulem Tiki also ran. OUINELLA; SJU.tO. FOURTH 4500, claiming, A year olds and up, 7 Furlongs. Mainly Cloudy (Suitor) 5.40 2.70 2.50, Stove Pipe (Leonard i 2.60 2.40, Fam ous Bayboy (Jensen) 3.10. Time: d-5 Shock Troop, Espril De Speed, True Trush also ran. FIFTH clsiming, 3 year olds and up, 1 furlongs- Smart Debl (Osier) 12.70 6.30 5.10, Doolin Prince (Moore) 5.40 2.90, Haydn Chimes (Willisi 4.20. Time: 2-5. Dirty Gerly, Ski Counliy, W a r Tramp, Golden Ducal, Rylso also ran. EXACTOR: 5176.90. SIXTH S500, claiming, 3 year old maidens. 3 furlongs. Roly Minx (Barlh 1360 5.00 2.BO, Color Me Lucky (Jewell) 5.20 3.10, >lis (Troute) 260. Time: 3-5 Abbie Bird, Avenue Lady, Miss Monairo also ran. SEVENTH S6GQ, claiming, 3 year olds and up, furlongs. Knute K (Moore) 12.60 5.30 4.30. Ban- quet Knight (Jewell) 3.20 2.80, Ram Nortc (Osier) AGO. 10 3-5. Terry, Cedar Cross, Mr. Bewitched, Tiny's King Flume also EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 3 turlonrjs. B. King (Osier) 12.9D 450 3.10. Lloyd's Image pd. clos. ratio o 00 (j m 2 spd. rear axla "SAFETY FIRST" V'8 Vacuum reserve tank and gaugoi 108" cab lo axle for that 15' groin or bnn) box lol't djicuti Irucki now, Iht Irucki art hire, !ha lavingi leti havt il ready to go bofort tho fall rush. 5408 48lh AVE. Perdue Motors (1964) Ltd PHONE 223-3571 TABER, ALBERTA TENTII RACE SGOO Claiming for four year olds and up SEVEN FUBLONGS KNUTE K MR. T. L.............., PREZAMI FIERY DOLL DREAMIN DEMON..... TRAMP HANDSOME NERO JUSTA ROAR 11 117 Wins H slay in...... Big 1ry in lasl May calch this slice Too much speed lor h iiv winner of lasl II! Has shown some run 117 Posl doesn't help 109 Looked bad In last POST TIME 2 P.M. Jenkins named lo all-stars SAN FRANCISCO (AP) laugh Wednesday, is suffering Pilchcr Ferguson Jenkins ol; from stiffness of Ihe neck and Chicago Cubs has been named Lo replace Gary Nolan of Cincin- nati Reels on the 1072 National League all-slar team, league president Charles S. Feeney an- nounced Thursday. Nolan, named to the pitching staff by manager Danny Mur- shoulder and will miss his regu- lar turn Sunday against Pitts- burgh. It will mark the third appear- ance with the National League squati for Ihe righl-hander from Chatham, OnL So far this sea- son lie has a 12-8 record. Rert Dser l Lelhbrldoe .....lo Edm Angels 4 NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl W Pittsburgh 54 New York SI. Louis....... AA Chicaao...... 45 Montreal 37 Philadelphia 30 Wesi Cincinnati..... 53 Houston Al Los Angeles 45 Atlanta -in San Francisco 39 San Diego 32 GBL .759 .652 1 .571 AMERICAN LEAGUE East L Pel GBL 31 .635 36 .571 5Vj Jl .518 10 42 517 10 46 .446 16 55 .353 24 3! .63J 50 551 6 41 .523 48 .455 51 .433 16'i 53 .376 71 TODAY'S GAMES Cincinnati McGi-thin (45) al Pllls- burnh Ellis !IM> N SL Lours Durham (0-1) nt Atlanta Mcne (3-7) N Chicago Hands (7-7) al Houslpn Wll- San son (5-71 N Montreal S) one man (fl-7) Diego CalrfwHI (3-4) H Philadelphia Reynolds (0-5) al Los Anoetes Suttcn (11-5) N NEW York Konsman (6-Sl al San Francisco Barr {3-31 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS 81. Louis 000 710 09ft- 3 in Atlanta 110 3.00 JO K- 6 12 Sanlorlni. Durham, (0-2) U) Cumber- land '61 Palmer and Willams, HRs: New York 010 (110 740 Los Angeles 100 000 1 7 4 Gentry 'S-61 and Groler Downing f5-6i. Brewer (8) end Dielr. MINOR LEAGUE Pacific Coast Leagui Tacoma 6 Tucson 5 Eugene 6 Albuquerque 5 Safe Lake 8 Portland 7 Phoenix 2 Hawaii 1 International League 2-1 Peninsula 0-j Richmond 4-4 Syracuse 08 Louisville 6 Toledo 3 Tidewater 9 Charleston L Pel. GBL 34 576 37 .565 1 .410 Oakland 54 33 .621 Chicago 40 ,535 7Vj Minnesota 42 41 .506 10 Kansas CUy -SW lOV'j Calilornia 3D 49 .437 16 Texas 36 51 JI4 TODAY'S GAMES California Allen at Kansas City Dal Canton (S-T> N Detroit LoMch (16-6) al Texas Bro- herv (5-7) N Cleveland Tidrow (6-9) at Chicago Bradley (10 8) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota 100 (too 1 1 Milwaukee 000 301 1 l Wotdson (6-9) and Millcrwald; Ryer- son (2-1) and Felsek. California al New York, ppd., rain- 101 niO 5 7 1 coo 010 i j a Slayback (4-3t and Freehan; Stan- house Gocolewskl Cox (9J Dukes (9) and KKIng. FIRST Oakland 000 001 4 n Bojlon.....POO 100 2 B 0 HoMiman (17-B) and Duncan; Patlin (BB) ard Fisk. SECOND Oakland (HI3 ODfl Boil on 070 4 13 1 Blue, Fingers 'fH Knowles (l-l> and Tenacc; Peters. Lee (B) New- hau'ser (1-11 (10> and Montgomery, Fisk HR: Oak-Rudi Ballimore 001 020 I 14 A Kansas City MO 100 22D- S 1 1 Palmer, Alexander (fl) Jackson 19) Walt (1-H (9) Harrison (10) and Dales; Nelson, Fitzmorris (9) K. Wrighl