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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LETHBRIDCE HERALD Saturday, July 71, 1972 MAYS OF THE METS Willie Mays hit a two-run homer in the 5th inning of first game he played in Candle- stick Park as a New York Met. He is shown top pholo- crashing ball far out of the pork to left centre ond in bottom photo being greeted by teammate Jerry Grote as Giants colcher Dave Roder and umpire Bob Uncel watch. (AP Wirephoto) Riders' offence defeats Stamps REGINA (CP) A steady of- fensive effort by Saskatchewan Roughriders combined with an inability by Calgary Stampeders Frith collapses during practice TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Defen- sive lineman Ken Frith, a for- mer Canadian Football League player, was revived with emer- gency first aid Friday after col- lapsing at the Baltimore Colts football training camp. Frith, who was in a full body cast most of Uie winter while recovering from a broken neck suffered while playing for Sas- katchewan Houghriders of the Western Football Conference last season, became ill while running conditioning dashes at the end of the workout. With ao extremely rapid pulse and his breathing labored, Frith was helped to the locker room where he collapsed. USED MOBILE HOME 10'x35' Completely reconditioned MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES PHONE 327-1986 to capitalize on opportunities gave Riders a 15-7 Western Football Conference exhibition win Friday before fans. Stampeders, undefeated i o two seasons at Taylor Field, stalled four occasions after good marches into Saskatche- wan territory. Each time they gambled and lost on third down. Calgary's only score came late in the game with Jim Lind- sey hitting Garry Kerr from 12 yards out to cap a 54-yard march. The drive was set up by an interception by Billy Van Burkleo. Ron Lancaster started the game for Riders and threw an eight-yard touchdown strike to Bob Pearce, who look five passes for 111 yards in the game. Bubba Wyche, who replaced Lancaster just past the midway point of the second quarter, threw a second quarter screen pass to George Reed, who fol- lowed good blocking for a 26- yard pass and run score. Jack Abendschan kicked two converts and a single off a 30- yard field goal try, one of three he attempted. The others were from 45 and 40 yards away. Larry Robinson kicked the Calgary convert. Gibson chalks up llth straight Lolich closing in on 20 wins By Till! ASSOCIATED PIfESS "I guess I slaml a great chance lo win 20 said Mickey Lolich in the undersl ste- mont of the American League baseball season. He should. He won 17 already. Lolich, (lie tireless left arm o[ the Detroit Tiger pitching staff, won No. 17 Friday night with a seven-hit, 3-1 beating of Texas Rangers. "I was ahead of most of the hitters and that always said Lolich, who threw only 106 pitches. Seventy-five per cent went for strikes. "This was a little easier gume than he said. Not only did Lolich move his victory total to the highest in the major leagues, but the burly southpaw also completed his 17fh game, the fop figure in that department too. In addition, his five strikeouts gave him the American-League lead in thai category with 156. "It was a typical Lolich game in the sense that he completed it and threw mostly Ruling affects Zuger HAMILTON (CP) A new National Football League rule has barred quarterback Joe Zuger from joining Detroit Lions this season as a punter, he learned Thursday- The unpublicized rule bars players who have attended a Canadian Football League training camp from joining an NFL club the same season. Zuger, prevented by a shoulder injury from reclaim- ing his quarterbacking job with Hamilton Tiger-Cats, had been waived out of the Cana- dian Football League, hoped to catch on as a punter with the Lions, the team that origi- nally drafted him from Ari- zona State in 1962. He said he found out about the rule Thursday in discus- sions with Detroit general manager Russ Thomas. SOME WERE BARRED In previous years, players re- leased by CFL clubs after par- ticipating in> one or more league games had been barred from the NFL but the rule had not ap- plied to training camps. The rule also affects Moses Denson, top draft choice of Washington Redskins and a run- ning back for the last two years with Montreal Alouettes. Den- son had been negotiating with Washington but attended Mont- real's training camp and has participated in the club's pre- season exhibition games. Also affected was fullback Dennis Duncan of Ottawa Rough ftiders, who received his release a week ago in order to join New York Giants, although John Agro, legal counsel for the CFL players' association, said New York owner Wellington Mara had told him he was una- ware of the regulation. JUNIOR LACROSSE HENDERSON ARENA ALBERTA SEMI-FINAL CALGARY SHAMROCKS VS LETHBRIDGE NATIVE SONS SUNDAY, JULY 23, 7 P.M. Adults SI.00 12 and Under Free Students and Pensioners said Detroit manager Bill Mar. tin. "He has an enormous ca- pacity for reaching back and getting a lillle exlra gas when he needs it." STAY AHEAD The Tigers' victory kepi them one game ahead of Baltimore Orioles in the tight Easl race after the Orioles defeated Kan- sas City Royals 7-li. Elsewhere in Uie American League, Boston Red Sox tripped the Oakland Alhletics in 14 innings; Mil- waukee Brewers slopped Minne- sota Twins 2-0; Cleveland Indi- ans beat Chicago While Sox 8-2 and New York, Yankees look a double-header from California Angels, 6-0 and 3-0. Lolich's masterful pitching threw a wet blanket on a crowd of largest ever to witness a game at the Hangers' Turn- pike Stadium. All Detroit runs came on ho- mers. Dick McAulitle hit a bas- es-empty blast in Ihe fifth in- ning and Norm Cash hit a two- run job in the sixth. Lolich gave up the only Texas run in the first when Dave Nel- son opened with a double, took second on Marly Martinez' bouncer and scored on Rich Billings' two-out single. If Ihere was talk early this baseball season lhat Bob Gibson was finished as a top National Leaguer, he didn't hear it. If he did, he certainly didn't pay at- lention to it. Gibson was 0-5 for the St. Louis Cardinals on Ma1' 15. TTP had been rocked badly. But now, a little over Iv.o monins later, he is 11-5, winning his lllh straight Friday night with a 2-1 victory over Atlanta Braves. Besides his seven-hit- ter, the 36-year-old right-hander contributed a home run, his fourth of the season. Did Gibson hear Ihe remarks that his career was through? "People are always saying something like thai." said the five-time 20-game winner. "I'm satisfied as long as I'm pitching well. I could care less what peo- ple say. "I jusl had two terrible games he said. "If all I have in a year is jusl two terri- ble games, I'll be fine." Gibson is the hottesl pitcher in the major leagues. His recenl performances have convinced all-star manager Danny Mur- laugh lo pick him as a member of the National League team for the July 25 game IE Atlanta. It is the ninth time Gibson has been named to the squad. Gibson's one mistake against Lakers host Cardinals Lethbridge Lakers have taken on a new image for the last two weeks and no one really minds at all. After having a disastrous los- ing streak, some 12 losses in 15 starts, the Lakers are finally starting to come around again In their last three Alberta Major Baseball League games, the Lakers have whipped the Red Deer Elks 9-3, 10-5 and matched the Fston Ramblers 3-3 after 11 innings. They'll have anutner crack at keeping their undefeated streak going tonight as they lost the Unity Cardinals in an interlock- ing Sask.-Alta. Major Baseball League, weather permitting. Game lime is set for 8 p.m. at Ihe Henderson ball park. The Lakers will see action twice Sunday as they entertain the Kindersley Klippers twice. The first game gels under way at p.m. wilh the sec- ond game to follow. t h e Braves was giving Uie wrong pilch lo Dnrrcll Evans, who hit his 13th homer of the season over the r i g h t -f i e 1 d fence. Cards' manager Red Schoen- dicnst tried to put Gibson's game in perspective. said Schoc-ndiensl, "he was a one-man show." In other National Leiigue games, Chicago Cubs whippet Houslon Astros 11-3, Cincinnati Reds downed Pittsburgh Pirates 11-5, Los Angeles Dodgers blanked Philadelphia PMllics 3 0, San Diego Padres etlged Montreal Expos 5-4 and New York Mcls topped San Fran- cisco Giants 3-1. EARLY BIRD SALE ON 1972 G.M.C. FARM TRUCKS IT'S PERDUE MOTORS FOR THAT NEW CMC TRUCK EQUIPPED WITH BOX AND HOIST, STOCK RACKS OR JUST CAB AND CHASSIS "YES! TRADES ARE WELCOME" TRADES and TERMS G.M.A.C. FINANCING Wcsl Coail mirrori Heovy duty front and renr 5 spd. close ratio transmission 2 spd. renr axis "SAFETY FIRST" Vacuum reiorve tank ond gaugnj All these trucks are equipped with: Engine hlor.ir i Cnsl whn.sU lot 9 flfl 9.00 limn, on TOT 350 V-3 f-ngrne lOfl" cab lo oxle for lliot 15' gram or bnol box lol'i diicim trucki now, Irucki are here, ths lavingt ara lalt havo It raady to go fall ruih. 5408 48111 AVE. Perdue Motors (1964) Ltd PHONE 223-3571 TABER, ALBERTA 'fHE HIGHER lakes in Waterton Lakes National Park became the best fishing waters in southern Alberta during the past week. It means that a good many of the trout in these water impoundments are now through the spawning period and they are in need nourishment. The trout are going for bait, light hardware and wet flies. The Panther Martin and Mepps lures are most likely offerings for the hardware anglers and wet flies are most productive for the fly fisherman. While the best type of fly depends to some degree on insect life around any one of the lakes, some variation of a dark woolly worm has been hard to beat. In this variation, we include the dark, full and half backs with green, florescent chenille wound through the body. In some waters a No. 8 or 10 fly works the best, while a No. 6 or even a No. 4, long shank does the trick in other impoundments. SOME OF THE KEY LAKES and the species of Irout include: trout. Two-hour, five-mile hike on trail starting at Cameron Falls. Rainbow trout. Three and a half miles south-west of townsite by trail. Two kitchen shelters. Carrhew Cutthroat trout. One and a half miles past Alderson Lake. Rainbow and eastern brook trout. Nine and a half miles from townsite on Akimina Highway. Camping and picnic facilities and row boats available at Cameron Lake. Crandell Rainbow and eastern brook trout.. Turn left off Red Rock Canyon Road at Canyon Church Camp Five miles to lake. Two kjtchen shel- ters. trout. South-east of townsite at end of valley of Hell Roaring Creek. Kitchen shelter on trail a half mile before lake. Goat Cutthroat trout. Follow snowshoe fire trail from Red Rock Canyon road. Stiff climb. Rainbow and eastern brook. Six miles, from Red Rock Canyon via Snowshoe fire trail. Fol- low trail to head of valley. Rainbow and eastern brook trout. Seven miles from Red Rock Canyon on snowshoe fire trail. Lone Cutthroat trout. Reached by following trail from Blakiston Creek from Red Rock Canyon for about eight miles. Watch far directional signs along route. and rainbow trout. At feel, highest fishing lake in the park. Reached from Akimina Highway by trail for 3% miles. Junction of trail is at mile 5.75 on Akimina Highway. Watch for directional signs. Should be tackled only be experi- enced climbers. Last mile of trail is steep cliff. All anglers and climbers venturing into high country should check in wilh park warden service. The wardens can be of great help al getting you on the right track and it might be a good idea if you let someone know when you are wandering off. Maximum catch and possession limits are five per day for pike and lake trout and 10 per day, or 10 in aggregate for all other species in the park. IF YOU ARE NOT a high country angler, lakes along the valley floors were the best during the week. However, they were slower because of the cool, damp weather. Starr is through GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Bart Starr, most accurate pas- ser in National Football League history, surrendered lo five years of injuries Friday and an- nounced his retirement from Green Bay Packers. Starr, 38, who quarterbacked Bay to five NFL and six divisional championships in the 1960s, had announced July 1 he would play a 17lh season (lespile slow recovery from two arm op- erations which had causer! him :o miss all but Ihe last four ;amcs of last season. But Starr lold a news confer- ence Ihe pain in his throwing arm persisted and he decided Thursday night to retire. He said he has no immediate plans. "After 10 days of consultation with doctors, the shoulder prob- lem continued and was aggra- vated by he said. There was speculation Slarr might rejoin Ihe Packers in an- other capacity. Dan Devine, head coach and general manager, said he would "like Bart to lake a good look al whal he wanls to do, and we'll discuss the matter further." ANDY CAPF WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Trucks Industrial Demolition Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Carloads Truck Scales Magnot Crana Service National Salvage Company 206 33rd Slrocl LIMITED NEW LOCATION North "Scrap It Our Businosi" Phono 328-1721 THAT REMINBS ME me GARDNER'S GOT A P1GEOM I'M SOT SURPRISED SUE5S WHO SOLD ITTO'lM-fESTERDA-V Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands 'ark rflce results Friday. FIRST allowance, 2 year old maid- ns, 5 furlongs Silenl SIrcam (Sanchez) 7.00 A oo Sheba's Shade (Haynes) 4.90 3.10, Red Power (Arnold) 5.90. Time 1-5 Tudor Tart, Balllc Prince, Vic's irl, Cyternlly, Wild Gypsy also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 1 1-li miles Magic Spree (McCauley) 6.60 1BQ 3.10, Paleslienna (Levine) 7.10 4.90, Well Received (Gold) Time: 2-5 Slelller Aucllon, He's A Cookie, Rusty Rouser, Dike's Pr'-ceas, Aflag- ie's Mgalc also ran. DAILY DOUBLE THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and ip, I'-'s miles Parkland Prince fLevlnce) B.4Q -1.00 J.OO, Jean's Goldie (Indsi 6.40 -1.60, Priddis Dandy (Shields) 3.90. Time: 1-5 Pauline's Pel, Norlhern Emperor, Raneepage, Daska, Hayden's Belle also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, A year olds and up, 3'n miles Royal Rouser (Hedge) 59JO 20 On 5.50, Opera Slar 'Haynes) lfl.2i> S.30, Take One Slep (Sladnyk) 2.90. Time: 2-5 Shy Pirale, Counly Scandal, Chain- ed Flag, Sandy's Splendour, Bell's "ihella also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Mr. Wolfe (Sladnyk) 7.60 3.70 3.40, Danske'S Boy (Levinei 3.20 2.50. Ge- malion (Hedgei .50. Time 1-5 Campus Rebel, Gallant Shadow, Re- bel Robin, Summer Slan, Palmos also EXACTOR SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, IVb miles Swift Fluller (Haynes) 18.40 7.iO 3..GO, Delelus (McCauley) 5.70 2.M, Rexequus (KiplingJ 2.30 Time Pebbl; Hill, Superstarl, starry Prince, Brass Warrior also ran. SEVENTH handicap, 3 year Oids 8nd up, 7 furlongs Cash Deposit 'Combs) 31.60 14.20 6.30, Bonnie Brier Magic (McCauley) 17.10 7.W, Cindy's Sisler (Walscn) 4.70. Time 1-5 Dluft Eonus, Grande Cherc, SweoV Byeandbye, Clothes Fashion alsn ran. EIGHTH 53.501, handicap, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs Winning Red 'RasmussenJ 5.90 3.10 Counl Siempre 'Sanchez i 3.40 2.31, BalMe Viclor (Kipling) 2.30. Time: Fourthoughl, Mr Tilus, Demon, Timber Topper elso ran. NINTH claiming, year olds and up, }Va miles Charlie 0 (Combs) 8.20 4 90 4 90, Haydn's Smoke (Kipling) 7.70 5.70. precious Argenl (Phelan) i.70. Time: 1-5 Telraspeed, Chuckle On, Nfpawln, Viva On, Mister Bountiful also ran. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Cal. Jl Cat. Gianls Edm Tigers Rad Deer Lelhbridge 6dm Angels ies GUE L Pet. GBL 6 .739 B .652 2 4 IB .1B2 12'A NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pel. GBL Pittsburgh 5J 32 -628 SI Louis Los Angeles lan Francisco ,an Diego dl 30 56 .349 24 Si 5d 37 .628 49 Att .544 7 46 JI2 .529 BVi 40 49 .449 39 52 .439 33 53 .304 21 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Louis 100 lift Atlanta Ofln OM 100- 1 7 1 Gibson (11-5) and Simmons; Stone 3-B) and Williams. HRs: All-Evans (13) Chicago 807..101. 0 Houston 010 101 382 Bonham Ahcr (B> and Hund- '5-5' Culver (8) Griffin (8) ladding (8) York (9) and Edwards. HRs; (22) Pepilone -Rader (15) Wynn (17) Cedeno Incinnali 002 003 1 illsburgh 300 010 5 1! 1 Billlnqham, Borbon (fi) Gullett 7) and Bench; Ellis, Klson (J-J) (6) ohnson (B) Gabler (9) Hernandez (9) nd Sanguillen, HRs: 'hiladelphifl 000 0 5 0 Los AnceiQS 010 6 0 Reynolds Brandon (8) and Batsman; Sullon nnd Died. HR: LA-Parker yiontrcal "11 000 4 3 3n Diego 000 010 nW- 5 l Sfoneman Marshall (9) and umphrey; Cald-well, Ross Corh- ns (2-5) (B) and Kendall. HR: iiley ew York 030 3 fl 1 in Francisco 000 DID 000- 1 8 1 Koosman McGraw (81 and Grole; Barr MofiiU '61, Mc- jn (8) and Rader. HRs: NY- Ways AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit..... Baillmort New York' Cleveland Milwaukee Easl W L Pet. GBL 50 34 .561 49 37 .570 1 M 39 .530 4'A 41 Jl .500 7 36 429 13 35 49 .417 14 West Oakland 54 34 .614 Chicago di .529 7V4 Minnesota i.1 A1} .500 1 Kansas Cily 43 it .494 California 3B 51 .427 Texas........ 36 52 -409 IB FRIDAY'S RESULTS FIRST California ono D 4 1 New York .Ho Din 7 1 Allen (2-7) Queen Fischer (8) and Kusnyer; Peterson (5-1H and Munson. HR5: NY-Murcer (3) (13) Blomberg (B) Calllson SECOND California 000 000 0 i ft New York .011 000 3 6 0 R. 'May (3-B) and Slephenson; Slor- llemyre (10-11) and Ellis. HR: NY- Ellis 000 000 000-0 I 1 .000 020 MX- J S I (9-12) Granger (B) and Parsons (B-7) and Rodri- Minnesola Milwaukee Blyleven Miilerwald; guez. Detroit Texas 000 013 Wi- 315 100 000 1 7 2 Lolich 07-i) and Haller; Broberg (5-3) Lindhlnd (S) and Billings. HRs: Det-McAulitle (5) Cash Baltimore 302 300 Kansas Cily 000 221 i 12 2 Dobson (12-fl) Uonhard (ii Jackson (6) and Oalcs; Dal Canlon (5-4) Hed- lund (3) Fllzmorris (7) Abemalhy (9> and Kirkpalrlck. HR: Bal-Powell Cleveland 002 4W I 15 1 Chicago 000 7