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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 28, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Green not happy You putt for dough STE. JULIE DE VER- CHERES Que. (CP) Hubert' Green, a native of Birmingham, Ala. who now plays his golf out of Florida, had putting rniserias in Friday's second round of the 72-hole, Canalian Open but wound up tied for first place with For- rest Fezler of San Jose, Calif. "I putted be where I am, I should have put- ted much Green said. Green and Fezler had six der-par, two-round totals of 138 over the par 72, Rich- elieu Valley Golf and Country Club course in their search for the first prize money. Bobby Mitchell, one. stroke back with 139, could have had Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands park race results Fridays FIRST claiming, 2 year olds, 3 fur- lonos: Winning Trust (Gold) 3.80 3.00 2.M; Little Fiddler (Hedge) 3.20 2JSO; Lydon County (Watson) 2.90. Time: _ Wes Ty, Aremar, Sunshine Raider, Gypsy's Freedom, Mar Jo's Miss, also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 1 1-16 Mr." Lament (Wiseman) 17.80 t.80 5.30; Roily Chlno (Gold) 3.90 4.00; Doc- tor's Alibi (Stadnyk) 9.40. Time: 1-5. Art's Shadow, Warship Eagle, Win- ter Field, Suntlme Girt, Doolln tu, also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD SI ,800, claiming, 4 year olds and up, mitesi Shy Pirate (Kipling) 5.20 3.20 2.70; Diwy Up (Phelan) 4.70 3.70; Nova Pols (Hedge) 3.80. Time: 1-5. Gay Stitch, Bomb Striker, Blazt Of Speed, Cariboo Trail, also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH allowance, 3 year olds, 7 fur- tongs: Chief Return (Wiseman) 14.20 6.70 4.20; Sherzad (McCauley) 5.90 3.60; Chilco Morn (Hedge) 2.80. Proud" Qull'lo, Double Way, Arctic Flurry- also ran. "FIFTH claiming. 4 year olds and up, Haydn's Smoke (Phelan) 11.60 5.20 3.90; Ain't Mates (Hedge) 7.30 4.70; Wim speed 6JO. Time: 4-5. Haydn's Smoke, Red Mahogany, Lucky Levey, Glen, also ran. EXACTOR: 1 SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 1% miles: Bum Money (Gold) 8.20 4JO 3.30, Parkland Prince (Wiseman) 9.20 5.10; Rusty Rouser (McCauley) 3-70. Time: 5-5. Avons Talent, Moorgate, Soon Emrff, Hot Quest also ran. Seventti and Eighth races unavailable. Lee sole possession of first spot had be not hit a triple bogey seven on the par-four, 445-yard 18th. Mitchell skipped through the front nine with a four-under 32 and added his fifth birdie on the 235-yard 10XB before his dis- aster. Hale Irwin, who set a course record 65 in Thursday's opening round while looking for his first tour victory this year, and Brit- ish Open champion Tom Weis- kopf were two strokes behind the leaders at 140 four under. Like most of the with the exception of win had trouble with the gusty wind conditions that prevailed throughout most of the day. "1 didn't play we'l from the start today and I seemed to hit a lot of 'flyers' hi the Irwin said, noting that it took him 75 strokes to get around hi comparison to his opening round 65. On the 18th Irwin's third shot flew over the green, but a male spsctator swatted the ball back to within 15 feet of the phi. Irwin had to drop the ball off the green and then sank a 45-foot chip shot for his par. Seven Trevino of the U.S. and Brace Crampton of bunched at 141. Others there were Americans Pete Mpran, Bob Lunn, John Seblee, Chuck Courtney and Jim Ferriell. Four golfers had two round totals of 142: Bobby Cole of South Africa, and Americans Bob Zender, Lenny Thompson, and. Jack Lewis. The cut was made at 148 with 82 of the original ISO-man start- ing field surviving. Eight Canadians survived the cut from 31 starters. The top man was Bob Rose of Hamilton, Out., who won more than on the-Florida winter circuit last year. He had a par 144. FOUR AT 148 Bob Panasiuk of Windsor, Ont. and Ken Yenning of Brampton, Ont., had 146; Phil Giroux of Montreal carded 147; while Ben Kern of Toronto, Gary Bowerman of Belleville, Out., John Morgan of Victoria, B.C., and amateur Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Ont., sld in at 148. Cowan wass the only non- professional to survive the cut. Defending champion .Gay Brewer, along with South Af- rica's Gary Player, and U.S. Open champion Johnny Miller failed to make the cut, as did Canada's top pro on the George Knudson of Toronto. Stampede Wrestling Mon., July 30th p.m. EXHIBITION PAVILION 8 Rounds of Boxing! ARCHIE "STOMPER" GOUIDIE VS LES THORNTON PLUS HAYES ft RAMIREZ VS YOKOUCHI FUJI 4 Big Bouto TV WATCH STAMPEDE WRESTLING ON CJOC-TV Quite a show If two is company and three is a crowd then there were crowds all over Ray- mond the past three days. Raymond is playing host to the 1973 Southern Alberta Sum- mer Games and are doing so in record-setting fashion. The Games, the fourth edition of them, end today. All'Stars lose toughie Players seek injunction CHICAGO (AP) The Na- tional Football League Players Association will seek a court in- junction against the NFL's sus- pension of Lance Rentzel of Los Angeles Rams, the group's ex- ecutive director announced Fri- day. Ed Garvey described as "an irresponsible and calloused act" the one-year suspension by commissioner Pete Kozelle of wide receiver Rentzel for con- duct detrimental to the NFL. Carrey charged Rozelte with making Rentzel a "scapegoat" for the drug problem currently under NFL scrutiny and said 'our attorneys now are pre- paring legal action to defend Reatzel." Last Jan. 11 Rentzel was ar- rested for investigation of pos- sessing marijuana for sale in I Los Angeles. On Nov. 30, 1970, while a member of Dallas Cow- boys, Rentzel was indicted and received a five-year probated sentence for indecent exposure {involving an 11-year-old girl in I Dallas. I Garvey said an injunction TTLL THE BOYS DOWX AT MINUTE MUFFLER STRAIGHTENED ME OUT MINUTE MUFFLER INSTALLATIONS 3rd Ave and 4th St. S. Mi. 327-8888 Open daily 8 a.m. te 6 p.m. would be sought in Los Angeles federal court Monday to enable Rentzel to fulfil his Ram con- tract tins season. He- said Rozette, the NFL and the Rams would be named in the suit and added "we're going to win ft." Garvey contended RozeUe's suspension, although calling for review at the end of the 1973 Giants beaten in opener CALGAR Y (CP) Left- hander Bog Bridges pitched a neat four-hitter as Kamloops Okonots thrashed Calgary Gi- ants 7-1 in the first game of the fourth annual Calgary ma- jor baseball tournament In other first round games slated today Red Deer Gen- erals meet Moose Jaw Devoas, Calgary Jimmies play Saska- toon Commodores and Leth- bridge Lakers take on Eston Ramblers from Saskatchewan. Semi-fiuak and final games were scheduled for Sunday. Outfield John Haar socked a two-run homer in the first inn- ing as Kamloops of the B.C. Metro Baseball League got off to a 3-0 lead against loser Craig Clayson. Okonots rapped Clay- son for single runs in the third and fourth before he was replaced by right bander Jim Peterson. Peterson shackled Kamloops unta the ninth inning when they scored two runs on three Mis. The Giants of the Alberta Ma- jor Baseball League scored their tone run in the seventh old Abel led off with an infield single, advanced on single by Bob Pipworth and scored on a ground Bridges walked five, hit one batsmen and struck oat 11 for the victory. Giants left 10 run- ners on base. Haar drove in three runs with a homer and single for Kamloops. Dick Bass cracked a season, jeopardized Rentzel's entire playing career. In the meantime, the bristl- ing College All-Stars carried the game to Miami Dolphins but yielded, two touchdowns to crashing fullback Larry Csonka and bowed 14-3 in the 4Mb All- Star football game Friday night. Before going down for the col- legians' 10th straight defeat on rein-drenched Soldier Field, the All-Stars missed a touchdown by six inches and outplayed the National Football League-cham- pion Dolphins between Csonka's touchdowns leading oft the first and'fourth quarters. The punting of Southern Mis- sissippi's Ray Guy and the sharp quarterbacking of Bert Jones of Louisiana State thrilled a capacity throng of which was thoroughly drenched by a torrential downpour at half time. Reds cut Dodgers9 lead Billingham, Bench do things right By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco Giants' Ron Jryant lugs around a huge toy bear and sits it on the bench when he pitches. Scipio Spinks of St. Louis Cardinals got a lot of mileage out of a stuffed go- rilla last season. But Cincinnati Reds5 pitcher, Jack Billingham, has the best National League charm of Johnny'Bench. "I don't know what we have going, but I hope be keeps it Billingham said Friday after Bench knocked in six runs home with a pair of homers and a bases-loaded walk in the Reds' 12-2 rout of Atlanta Braves. With Bench doing his thing, Billingham scattered five hits For his 15th victory, tying Bryant for the league lead. Bench has slugged six of his 20 homers and picked up 25 of his 77 RBI in games Billingham has started. CARDS STALLED Elsewhere, New York Mets slowed down St. Louis 2-1 be- hind Tom Seaver, Pittsburgh Pirates outhit Chicago Cubs 10- 6, Houston Astros stopped Los Angeles Dodgers 5-2, San Diego Padres trimmed San Francisco 6-2 and Montreal Expos rallied to nip Philadelphia Phillies 54. The Reds, who moved to within five games of West Divi- sion leading Los Angeles, are in San Diego tonight while the Dodgers entertain San Fran- cisco. In other games, Philadelphia is at Pittsburgh, St. Louis at Chicago, Montreal at New York and Atlanta at Houston. The Philadelphia-Pittsburgh, St. Louis-Chicago and Cincin- nati-San Diego meetings Sunday are twin-bills with Montreal and New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles and Atlanta at Houston completing the sched- ule. A full slate of games Monday has Montreal in New York, Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, St. Louis visiting Chicago, Atlanta at Houston, the Dodgers at home to San Francisco and Cin- cinnati at San Diego. Mets' Rusty Staub's two-out double on a 3-0 pitch snapped a tie hi the sixth inning. Staub's drive off loser Rick Wise ac- tually was gloved against the right field wall by Bernie Carbo, but he dropped it as he hit the. fence. A two-run homer by Richie Zisk and two-run singles by Al Oliver and Manny Sanguillen Favell signs with Toronto TORONTO (CP) Doug Fa- vell has signed with Toronto of the National Hockey League, completing a deal between the Maple Leafs and Philadelphia Flyers. The Leafs gave up rights to goalie Bernie Parent for ture considerations" from Flyers. Jim Gregory, general manager of the Leafs, said to- day he could have taken an- other player or draft choices. "However, this is the choice I made. Favell is a sound goal- tender and Fm convinced he'll help us." "fu- tbe Palmer misses again By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baltimore Orioles' Jim Palmer flirted with the second no-hitter of his baseball career for the third time this season Friday night, and, for tile third time, be came away without the elusive masterpiece. George Hendrick's leadoff single in the eighth inning was the only hit Cleveland managed against the Orioles' ace with Palmer pitching Baltimore to a 9-0 romp over the Indians in the front half of a doubleheader sweep. The Orioles also took the second game 5-2 and moved to within 1% games of first place New York Yankees in the American League East. In the West, Kansas City Roy- als came from behind to tie the score in the last of the ninth in- ning and then pushed across the winning run on Carl Taylor's single in the 10th to beat Chi- cago White Sox 2-1. .The victory edged the Royals to within half game of first place Oak- land A's. In other games Friday, the Yankees rafiied twice to over- take Milwaukee Brewers 7-6, Minnesota Twins beat Oakland 8-2, Texas Rangers tripped Cali- fornia Angels 5-2 and Detroit Ti- gers defeated Boston Red Sox 4- 2. TIGERS IN TOWN The Orioles entertain Detroit for three more Sunday and Monday. In other Saturday contests, New York is at Milwaukee, California at Kansas City, Texas at Oakland, Boston at Cleveland and Chi- cago in Minnesota. Four doublebeaders go Sun- at Cleveland. New York at Milwaukee, California at Kansas City and Texas at Chicago in Min- nesota for the other single game. An abbreviated Monday schedule is rounded out with Texas at Oakland, Chicago at Minnesota and New York at Boston. Palmer mowed down the In- dians with ease through the first seven innings but Hendrick ended his bid for a second no- hitter with a single up the middle opening the eighth. highlighted a 21-hlt Piraje at- tack against slumping Chicago. The Cubs, who led the divi- sion from May 9 through July 22, have lost 17 of their 23 games this month. Roger Metzger's two-out riple capped a three-run fifth nning as Houston came from lehind to cut the Dodgers' lead in the West Dave Roberts' tie-breaking single off Juan Marichal high- ighted a two-run sixth inning that enabled the Padres to end a seven-game losing streak and snap the Giants'" six-game win- nning streak. Bill Greif hurled a five-hitter. Mike Jorgensen's two-run riple capped a three-run ninth- waning rally. Tommy Button's two-run homer had broken a 2-2 tie for the Phils in the eighth tat the Expos came back when Bob Stinson was hit by a pitch, pinch runner Larry Lintz stole second and pinch hitter Hal Breeden doubled for one. run. Ron Hunt's single and Jorgen- sen's triple turned the game around. double and and John Yankortl Leo Garthter added two smgfes apiece as Okonote mounted an iMdt at- tack. MB 1W 1 V m m )i Smoke, fls 'Mi. Prlurser (5) etrt Edwyfli. ox, Cor. Mayor Magrath Drive at 16th Ave. S. Lethbridge, Phono HOLIDAYS In August or September? 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