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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta July 22, 1971 THI IETHMIDOI HERALD Open golf to betting attempt upsets officials HOME WITH A STEAl Houston Aslro's Jim Wynn steals home Wed- pitcher, went into his wind-up and Wynn beat the throw as John Boecabella nesday evening in game with Montreal Expos. Wynn's theft came in the tried to make the tag. Umpire Jerry Dale takes a close look at the play, sixth inning. Wynn romped.home from third whan Steve Renko, Expos' Error carries Expos past Houston McCovey pushes Dodgers further down By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Willie McCovey, biggest and strongest of San Francisco Giants' power-backed lineup, let his bat do the talking as usual with a grand-slam home run Wednesday night that clobbered Pittsburgh Pirates M. His two-out wallop off Pitts- burgh's ace reliever Dave Giusti, capped a six-run ninth inning that led the Giants back from a 4-2 deficit. The comeback victory was a lift for San Francisco, trying to beat off Los Angeles' pennant bid in the National League West Division. It gave the Giants an eight- game lead after the Dodgers lost to Cincinnati Reds 6-2. In other games, Montreal Expos stopped Houston Astros 6-3, Chicago Cubs drubbed New York Mets 11-7, St. Louis Cardi- nals turned back Philadelphia Phillies 6-1 and Atlanta Braves swept a doubleheader from San Diego Padres, 8-7 and 1-0. Dick Dielz opened the Giants' rally with a double and only ad- Baku holds golf lead CALGARY (CP) Marilyn Daku of Calgary fired a two under par 72 Wednesday to take a six stroke lead into today's sectnd round of the Alberta Women's Golf championship. Mrs. Daku, the defending champion, shot an even par 37 on the back nine after going two under on the front. Former champion Betty Cole of Edmonton and Connie Deck- ert of Elmira, Ont. are tied for second place with 78. Kathy Galusha of Edmonton is fourth in the 54 hole tournament with 73 while Arlene McDonald of Calgary follows with 81. Nancy Heisler of Calgary is sixth with an 82, two strokes better than Marilyn Dahl of Calgary. From the provincial cham- pionship a four member team will be chosen to represent the province in the Canadian fi- nals Aug. 9-14 at Vancouver. anced one base on a single to i ight when Roberto Clemente red a strike to home plate. "If Dietz scores, it turns the stole game around then the core Would be 4-3 and we'd ave to sacrifice the potential ying run on tost and xplained San Francisco man- ger Charlie Fox. But with men on first and lird, Alan Gallagher had or- ers to hit away. He singled ome the first run, then the Giants loaded the bases with a walk before Giusti got the next wo men. With two out, Willie Mays walked to force to the tying run and set the scene for McCovey. Gary Nolan scattered seven lits and batted in two runs in a ive-run third inning to lead Cin- cinnati over slumping Los Ange- es, which lost its sixth in seven james. Montreal Expos scored two unearned runs in the ninth in- ling on Joe Morgan's infield error with the bases loaded. Morgan's boot of Dave Mc- tonald's two-out bouncer al- owed Bob Bailey and Jim 'airey to score with the win- ning runs. The Cubs used four home runs, including Ernie Banks' illth career blast, to rip the Mets. Reggie Cleveland of Swift Current, Sask. hurled a five-hit- ter and contributed two singles and a sacrifice fly to lead St. is over Philadelphia. The only run off the rookie right- lander was a home run by Oscar Gamble in the fourth. Darrell Evans' home run with It's Here Now! SUZUKI TS-125R DUSTER Tho 125 enduro machine. 13 rpm. Bead stoppers. Primary kick, 5-woy adiust- ablo rear shocks. CCI auto- matic lube. 5 speeds. only 198 Ibs. ,95 BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3211 OPEN THURS. and FRI. TILL 9 P.M. Southern Alberla For Ovftr 35 Yaari" one out in the llth' inning, after ,wo earlier blasts by Hank Aaron, pulled Atlanta over San Diego in the first game of their doubieheader. Pitcher Pat Jar- vis raced home from first base when San Diego centre-fielder Clarence Gaston muffed Felix Mantilla's single, giving Atlanta the second-game success. A major league contract was one of the Washington Senators' selling points in luring bonus- baby Pete Broberg, now the big right-handed pitcher is selling the club on his ability. The six-foot, three-inch 205- pound rookie hurled his best game in his brief major league career Wednesday night, hand- cuffing Milwaukee on five hits and seven strikeouts as the Sen- ators defeated the Brewers 6-1. "This is the best I've felt all said the 21-jtar-61d from Palm Beach, Fla. "I didn't get tired out there. It was fun pitch- ing." Elsewhere in the American League, Kansas City Royals trimmed Baltimore Orioles 7-2; Boston Red Sox downed Chicago White Sox 6-1; Oakland Athlet- ics shaded Cleveland Indians 4-3 in 12 innings; Detroit Tigers split with California Angels, winning the opener of a twi- night doubleheader 6-3 in 11 in- nings and losing the second game 7-6, and Minnesota Twins edged New York Yankees 2-1. Broberg, the Senators No. choice in tie secondary phase of last month's baseball draft orig inally was picked by Oaklanc when he graduated from high school in 1968- But he rejected a reported offer from thletics owner Charles 0. Fin- ey. This time, another huge bonus -an estimated n d the chance to start pitching im- mediately in the majors, sold Broberg on the Senator's. After the youngster pitched is first complete game in the majors, beating Cleveland 9-4 with a six-hitter on July 4, Man- iger Ted Williams said: Minor baseball The Pirates emerged victor- ious in the first round-robin series in the Big Leagues. Wed- nesday the Pirates belted the Expos 8-1 with Allen Korth and Marty Maxwell leading the way- Korth started and gave up the only hit the Expos got, a single to Greg Hamilton, Max- well came on in relief and fan- ned eight while holding the Expos hitless. The loss went to Hamilton. Dennis Halt poked out three singles and Maxwell two for the winners. Meanwhile the Norcrest Lit- tle League All-Stars meet the Lakeside All-Stars in a best of three series which gets under way Monday at Lakeview. The first game will go at with the second game at Dave Elton Park Wednesday at the same time. If a third game is necessary it will be played at Dave Elton at Friday. The winners will advance to Moose Jaw to represent Leth- bridge in the district finals. The Angels rapped the Indi- ans 21-1 behind Harvie Pocza's Gals' tourney on Tuesday Henderson Lake will be the scene of the annual Hender- son Lake women's invitational tournament Tuesday commen- cing at Entry fee is at and en- tries close Saturday. The competition will be an 18-holo affair with a nine-hole event for seniors. Tuoday's winner will receive QM ftmtfi Cirtaia one-hit pitching in Lakeside Lit- tle League playoff action Wed- nesday night. Pocza fanned 13 batters en- route to victory while Lome Osmond suffered the loss. Morgan Monroe relieved Os- mond in the fourth inning. Dale Jost belted two singles and Mike Sheen a double for the Angels while Osmond spoil ed Pocza's chance of gaming a no-hitter with a single. Miners plan to keep fresh The Lethbridge Junior Min ers just fresh from wining their second straight Alberta Junior baseball title last weekend wil try and keep active as they take on the Big League allstars in an exhibition match tonight Game time is for 8 p.m at the Henderson Baseball park Meanwhile the Miners are hoping they'll have their own way in North Bnttleford at the end of the month. On July 30-31 and August 1-2 the Miners will be competing with 11 other teams acroSv Canada for the Canadian title Every province will enter one team, but the host Saskatchew an province will be allowed to enter two teams. More information will be re- leased at a later date on the Miner's second bit for the Cana dian crown. LEADS SENIORS MONTREAL (CP) Jack Nash of London, Ont., shot two-ovcr-par 72 Wednesday, t take the first round load In the Canadian seniors golf champ: onship at thn Kuwwaki Golf "That boy may never see th minors." In seven games with Washing ton, Broberg, 2-3, has allowe only 40 hits hi 48 1-3 innings struck out 35, walked 20 an boasts a sparkling 2.98 eamec run average. Two misplays by right fielde Larry Bitlner in the third iimin cost Broberg a chance for hi first shutout. HARRISON, N.Y. CAP) If William F. Talbert has his way, there could be a Las Vegas- style odds line on tennis matches at Forest Hills in the next few years, but the idea of egalized betting in golf has >rought cold reactions from the Same's leading personalities at he Westchester Classic which started today. "I want no part of in- sisted Joseph C. Dey Jr., com- missioner of the PGA Tourna- ment Players Division. Of all sports, golf is least vulnerable to chicanery. But I cringe at the thought of open retting on golf tournaments. We are unalterably opposed to it. We have strict rules in our agreements with both players and sponsors." "It doesn't shake me up be- cause I think it's virtually im- possible to fix a golf tourna- said Arnold Palmer. "Every missed three-foot putt i vould become said )an Sikcs the golfing lawyer rom Jacksonville, Fla. Talbert, former Davis Cup captain who is director of the United States Open this year at Torest Hills, stunned the staid old tennis establishment earlier his week when he said he saw no harm in off-court betting. He said he plans to make a formal recommendation to the U.S. jawn Tennis Association. "When Howard Samuels president of New York's Off- Track Betting Corp.) ap- proached me on the Talbert said, "I said: "Why Nanton drops Lancers 12-7 The Nanton Juveniles came to town and went home with a 12-7 victory over the Lethbridge Lancers in Alberta Juvenile Lacrosse action Wednesday night. Ken Boychufc paced the Lanc- ers attack with two goals while Phil Legge, Dwayne Kirchner, Norm Hall, Brian Andres ant Jim Bryne tallied a goal each. Meanwhile the Lethbridge Na- tive Sons will travel to Taber tonight to exchange shots with the Ebony Hawks in Alberta Junior Lacrosse play. Game time is set for p.m at the Taber Civic Centre. 'Tennis Is booming. There Is aprecedentat Wimbledon, where belting is legal. There never has been an incident there. It might help the sport." Samuels has proposed off- track betting on all addition to horse tending such a move would help stamp out iliegal gambling while fattening the public treas- uries. Commissioners of pro foot- ball, baseball, basketball and hockey have voiced strong objection, claimlsng such a move would lead to temptations and create questions of integrity in sports. Golf is siding with the big spectator games. ANDY CAPP NOT TO WORRV, 'E WOULDN'T URT A FLY HAVIN' AN ARGUMENT WITH A BLOKE At THE BAR.'E'S QUITE WORKED UP FLIES NEVER Vfau're milesAahead at fimtotte STORES NO-GIMMICK GUARANTEE! No mileage limit. No lime limit. 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