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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDO! HERALD Pittsburgh rookie sharp against punchless Padres k to a successful golf gome. So when a wading pool swallows up his boll, to Toronto Zoo. Red Sox can't gain any ground Hunter took things into his own hands Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Oakland Athletics haven't beta scoring many runs of late for Jim (Catfish) Hunter, so Ihe pitcher tonk a hot liis own hands Friday night. the right-hander crashed a home mm and two singles, driv- ing in four runs as he snapped a personal American League four-game losing streak and beat Detroit Tigers 9-7 with help from Holand Fingers in the sev- enth. I think when a pitcher can hit, the manager will stay with him longer." said Hunter, 12-9. who sirrrendered eight hits and six runs before giving way to Fingers. Elsewhere, Baltimore Orioles edged California Angels 4-3, Boston Red Sox outlasted Min- nesota Twins 8-6. Kansas City Royals beat Cleveland Indians 64 and New York Yankees downed Milwaukee Brewers 6-2. Chicago White Sox and Wash- ington Senators were rained out. Boyer posts Detroit took a 2-0 lead against tied it again in the sixth with I Hunter in the first inning before five singles, including run-scpr- __ ,1 liir Tliinrnr- nnn Ttlpk Hunter tied it in the third with his home run off Mickey Ixilich. Ed B r i n k m a n 's two-run in the fourth regained jinnKt in Ulf nut'Ul Uie lead for Detroit but. Oakland 1 the seventl ing hits by Hunter and Dick Green. Sal Bando put the Athletics in front with a two-nan homer in Baltimore and Boston contin ued to pull away from the pack in the AL East. The Orioles lead the Red Sox by 3'.j games while the Tigers dropped 10 back. Tiie Orioles rallied Iwice against California and finally Palmer path lead Trevino goes fishing bail PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Clete Boyer, former major league infielder, posted 553 bail Friday after his early-morning arrest by Portland police on a charge of disorderly conduct by profanity. Boyer, who left Atlanta Braves following a dispute with vice-president Paul Richards, is B third baseman for Hawaii Is- landers. The team is in Port- land for a Pacific Coast League baseball series. Police said they were called to a downtown hotel about a fight. HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) Ar- nold Palmer went further in front and Lee Trevino went fish- ing. Jack Nicklaus. who couldn't see, went to the doctor and Gibby Gilbert, who had visions of missing the cut, went out and shot the longest string of birdies tlus year- Palmer, first-round leader in the Westchester Classic with an eight-under-par 64, made it a 10-under 134 Friday, two strokes in front of Bob Smith, who matched his first- round 68 for a 136. Palmer, golfs most popular player, was one over par on No. 3 but recovered with birdies on putts of 20, 15 and three feet to finish with a 70. Gilbert, over par on Nos. 1, 2, and 4 birdied six straight begin- ning on No. 6 for the longest string of sub-par play on the tour this year. Larry Ziegler also set a 1971 tour record. He scored the year's first double eagle, holing out a five iron on the 500-yard par five No. 12 en route to a 68 and a 36-hole total of 142. MISSES CUT Ben Kern of Toronto, the lone Canadian in the tournament, also missed the cut with a 75 Friday and a 36-hole total of 151. Lee Trevino, already planning a two-week vacation like the one that seemed to revive Palmer and Gilbert, carded a 7i Friday, including an unbelieva- ble eight on the par-five No. 18. With a two-day total of 146, one stroke over the cut-off, the U.S.. Canadian and British Open titlist packed up his clubs and, he said, went fishing. Nicklaus, who could manage only a par1 on the course Thursday, shot a three- under-par 69 Friday. Plagued by conjunctivitis, a disorder that causes the eyes to redden, Baltimore best paid PHILADELPHIA (AP) A survey of player salaries in the National Football League dis- closed that of 26 NFL teams, the Super Bowl champion Balti- more Colts paid their players the highest salaries last year, while Cincinnati Bengals paid the lowest. The Philadelphia Inquirer, in today's editions, reported re- ceiving the findings of the sur- vey from Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Ron Medved, the team's player representative. RENOVATIONS COMPLETED AUTO at GOUGH'S AUTOBODY 206 11 St. South Phone 5145 (To better1 service our increased customer demands, we at Cough's Auto Body are happy to announce that renovations to our service area are now complete. Giving us an "additional 2000 sq. ft." of working space. GRAND PRIZE GOUGH'S AUTO BODY LTD. 206 11 St. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-5145 swell and burn, he had trouble keeping his eye on the ball. Nicklaus was treated by a phy- sician and will continue to play. Two teams match low net score Kimuras and Parsons both fired a 144 and shared the low team net score in Lakeside Golf League action. Ed Henderson, Brian Geddes, Burnie Carrier and Roger Gil- lette combined their scores for Kimuras while Ed Soady, Norm Fooks Van Van Orman and Bill Taylor shot for Parsons. Greg Hales of Walkers cap- ured the low gross honors with a 36 while VanOrman took home lie low net score with a 30. Brad Cox earned himself the ow gross honors in Lakeside lunior golf League playoff ac- tion. Cox finished his round with a 4. Low net score went to Dean Kjeldgaard with a 30 while Cenwood gained the low team net score wilh a 138. LAKESIDE ingers..................... "8 ahaulie Bastedo's CHEC....... :lemlnqs :rscties A and W..... Owens....... Walkers...... 5 A coop Dorlgalti..... 'arsons louse of LetK Herald..... MCGUircs..... beat the Angels on Elrod Hend- ricks' tie-breaking pinch single with the bases loaded in the ninth inning, giving Pat Dobson his 13th triumph and 10th in a row. Frank Robinson's home run in the fourth helped Baltimore erase a 2-0 deficit and Robinson walked in the sixth, took on Brooks Robinson's double and scored on an infield out after the Angels had taken a 3-2 lead. Home runs by Reggie Smith and George Scott drove in five runs in the third inning and the Ked Sox held on to beat the Twins, who have lost 13 of their last 17 games. Bob Montgo- mery's double and a single by winning pitcher Ray Culp ac- counted for the first run of the sis-ran frame. The Royals trailed the Indians and Sam McDowell 2-0 but broke loose for four runs in the fifth and were never headed. Jerry May doubled home the first run, Paul Schaal's sacrifice fly tied the score and Cookie Rojas singled with the bases loaded to put Kansas City in front 4-2. Two-run singles by Bobby Murcer, Felipe Alou and Jeiry Kenney sparked Mel Stottle- myre and the Yankees to their victory over the Brewers. Slottlemyre scattered six hits and both Milwaukee runs in the fourth inning were unearned. By TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bruce Kison, Pittsburgh Pir- ates' rookie right-hander, has an unusual way of warming up before a National League game. First, he does wind sprints in the oilfield. Then he goes through some calisthenics. And he follows that with a short warmup. "I don't need many pitches to get he says. He apparently doesn't need many pitches to beat the opposi- tion, either. Friday night. Kison permitted only two hits, walked two and struck out nine in hurling his first complete game in the major leagues, a 4-0 triumph over the punchless San Diego Padres in a game that lasted only one hour and 57 minutes. Elsewhere, Cincinnati Reds edged San Francisco Giants 3-2, Atlanta Braves downed Los An- geles Dodgers 5-3, Houston As- tros whipped New York Mets 5- 1, St. Louis Cardinals topped Montreal Expos 6-2 and Phila- delphia Phillies defeated Chi- cago Cubs 4-3. CALLED UP JULY 3 Kison, a 21-year-old side- armer, started the 1971 season with Charleston of the Interna- tional League. He was 10-1 with the Pirates' top farm club, be- fore being called up on July 3 to replace Bob Moose, who had to serve a two-week military obli- gation. Since joining the NL's East Division leaders, he has won his only two decisions and compiled a glittering 1.82 earned run av- erage in 29 2-3 innings. His sidearm deliveries have been particularly baffling to right-handed hitters. His fast ball moves up and in, and he has mixed it well with a sharp- I breaking curve. He retired the first 17 batters before pinch hitter Angel Bravo lined a single to left field with two out in the sixth inning. Bravo said he "hit a fast ball that was over the outside corner of the plate." THIRD STRAIGHT LOSS The shutout loss was Hie Padres' third in a row and in- Alouette's jet lands safely Canadian title for Mitchell MONTREAL (CP) Henry Mitchell, a bus driver from Vancouver, shot a two-over-par 72 Friday to win the Canadian seniors golf championship at the Kanawaki Golf Club. Mitchell's score gave him a 222 total for the 54-hole event, two strokes better than defend- ing champion Jack Nash of Lon- don, Ont., who finished wilh a 78 and a 224 total. Memorial Cup issue settled CALGARY (CP) The Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Associa- tion announced Friday that the Ontario Hockey Association Ju- nior A League will come this season for the Memorial Cup for the first time since 1967-68. CAHA President Joe Kryczka said the OHA, the Western Canada Hockey League and the Quebec Junior Hockey League unanimously agreed to partici- pate in the east-west playoff for first-level teams during meet- ing Thursday- Although final def.ails remain to be worked out, Kryczka said the series will be held next May. The OHA refused to play in the Memorial Cup in recenl years because the western league used over-age players. Last season, WCHL teams were allowed to use four over- age players or fewer while under the jurisdiction of the CAHA. Most teams, however, did not take advantage of the ruling. Following the meeting with representatives of the three leagues, Kryczka said he was impressed with the cooperative spirit "hi reaching a solution to a problem which has harassed Canadian Junior Hockey in re- cent years." As part of the agreement, Kryczka said WCHL members have agreed to abide by al] CACHA regulations, including the age limit. He also said members from each league will form part o( the negotiation commit tee which will meet the National Hockey League regarding a new agreement with the profession- al teams. The present contract expires next June. The CAHA also has lifted branch-to branch transfer re- strictions for all classification of junior teams, he said. MONTREAL (CP' Mont- real Alouettes, jolted 41-8 by Calgary Starapeders in a Ca- nadian Football League exhi- bition game Thursday night, received another jolt as they made their way home early Friday. A weary group of players, coaches and reporters snapped to attention as the pilot of their charter flight raised the possibility of a crash landing. As the plane began its de- scent about 25 minutes outside Montreal, the pilot announced that a bumpy takeoff in Cal- gary had been the result of a flat tire on the two-tire nose wheel assembly. The announcement was a signal for the crew to institute emergency precautions and all loose articles, including pillows and blankets were stored in a closet. "That's when I got worried, when they took the said lineman Gord Judges. "The only time 1 ever heard of a pillow hurling anyone is when it was flying around at 800 miles per hour in a plane crash." While general manager Red O'Quinn and J. I. Albrecht, director of player personnel, checked over the CFL disas- ter clauses, coach Sam Etch- everry and team doctor Ted Percy played a game of gin rummy. When the game was over, Etcheverry announced h e owed the doctor "That's said Percy. "Just write out a cheque and mail it to St. Peter." While an emergency truck stood by, the plane eased onto the runway with its nose up and glided to a smooth land- ing. Most passengers headed for the nose to examine the flat tire and found half of it miss- ing. creased their scoreless Inning streak to 29. Richie Hebner provided Kison with all the support he needed, socking a two-run homer in the third inning. Cincinnati, in winning for the llth time in 14 games, over- came a 2-1 San Francisco lead in the eighth on Pete Rose's leadoff homer, lliree walks and a sacrifice fly by ex-Giant George Foster. The loss was the first in eight National League decisions over two seasons for former Ameri- can Leaguer John Cumberland. Rookie Earl William lashed two homers in pacing Atlanta's victory over the slumping Dodg- ers, losers in 13 of then- last 17 games. Both blasts came off Bill Singer. 5-12, who hasn't won since June 12. He missed nearly five weeks of work because of a pulled groin muscle. SMACKS FOUR Willie Crawford had four hits for the Dodgers, including a homer and a double. Don Wilson, 7-7, stopped the Mete on three hits and seven strikeouts in saddling slumping New York with the 17th loss in 21 games. St. Louis capitalized on three Montreal errors to score four runs in the fourth inning and beat the Expos in a game de- layed 37 minutes by a power failure that hit Quebec province. During the blackout, Cardi- nals' pitcher Bob Gibson was ejected by umpire Ken Burk- hart. Burkhart said Gibson was thrown out for leaving the bench and shouting at the um- pires unnecessarily. Mike Ryan's tie-breaking sin- gle in the seventh and Don Money's leadoff homer in the eighth enabled the Phils to down the Cubs. See The.New "KLONDIKER" MINI 10 SPEED 19" frame 24" wheels Alloy rims Chrome fenders Regular 10 speed gears Racing handle bare HURTS ARM VANCOUVER (CP) Quar- terback Tom Wilkinson, in a close contest with Paul Broth- ers for the No. 1 signal-calling job with British Columbia Lions, has been grounded by an injur- ed throwing arm, the Canadian Football League club said Fri- day. ANDY CAPP 'CWS THINGS WfTH VOU AN1 ADA? WE CAN'T EVEN V FIGHT ABOUT.' 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