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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 30, 1973 Leduc here August Lakers lose a squeaker in Calgary tournament CALGARY (Special) The Saskatoon Commodores dous- ed the flaming Moose Jaw Dev- on bats Sunday night as the fourth annual Calgary Major Baseball Tournament made its exit from 1973 mid-summer sporting calender. However, while their bats were cool the Devons still man- aged to put enough tfarely blows together to warrant the first-prize booty. With lanky left-hander Bud Papadakis setting the pace both at the plate and on the mound, Moose Jaw squeezed out a 3-2 victory over the Commodores in a thrilling final outing. Papadakis, who earlier in the day picked up a semi-final vic- tory in relief, went the route Sunday nigttt in scattering seven singles. He also showed re- markable control in walking only one Commodore and he struck out seven. While performing in an of- fensive category, the tall hurl er from the University of South- ern California delivered a clutch single with two out in the fourth inning and also smacked a double. The hits were exactly one- half of the Devons' output, a far-cry of the 30 hits they sprayed all over the Foothills lot in two earlier outings. Devons also came up with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning without the bene- fit of a base-hit. Shortstop Ned Andreoni, chosen the tourna- ment's most valuable player because of outstanding fielding play and a seven-for-13 plate performance, crossed home base with the winning run after reaching base on a walk and scoring on catcher Clark Gil- lies' sacrifice fly to right. ANDY CAPP I THINK "YOU'RE WRONO, CHAUCE Open triumph for Weiskopf Ken Haanen plated one Saska- toon run with a single in the first inning and Gary Brandon duplicated the feat in the sev- enth. Jeff Benedetti went the route on the mound for the Commo- dores, walking four and strik- ing out five. While the Molson MVP award went to Andreoni, Doug Simon was given the award for being he top hitter in the tourney. The smooth outfielder had six safeties, which included three home runs. Papadakis was chosen the top pitcher. However, while the. tourna ment ended on an exciting note, a question as to its future has also been cast ont he af- fair. Attendance for the final game was but overall the event attracted a disappointing crowd of down considerably from previous years. Meanwhile Saskatchewan teams had dominated the first round of the tournament, taking three of the four berths in the semi-finals. ST. JULIE DE VER- CHERES, Que. (CP) Tom Welskopf, the Canadian Open Golf championship's first-prize money tucked safely away, was off in search of a new goal today. Winner of five of the last eight tournaments he has en- tered, the 30-year-old pro from Columbus, Ohio, cinched the Canadian event Sunday with a final-round, two-under-par 70 over the Richelieu Valley Golf and Country Club course. Something Is Hoppening At KKSINK SAVE NOW DURING Revektoke's Clearance Everything has to go! limited quantity Priced to Clear Shop early 1602 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5777, 327-5888 Open Men., Tues., Wed., Fri. and Sat. a.m. to p.m. Thursday Only 8.30 a.m. to 9.-00 p.m. FREE DELIVERY "CHARGEX" COMPANIES LTD. He finishel 10 under par for the 72-hole event, two strokes better than tour sophomore For- rest Fezler, who played brides- maid for the third time on the tour this season. Fezler pre- viously lost final-day decisions to Lee Trevino and Bruce Crampton. His second-place fin- ish earned him By winning here, Weiskopf equalled Crampton's four vic- tories in North American com- petition this season, but tte Co- lumbus golfer has the British Open title to his credit to put him one up on the Australian. And by the end of the week Weiskopf hopes to nave bettered Crampton in another depart- money earnings for the season. Crampton's earnings, in- cluding the be earned here when he finished in a tie with three other golfers for sixth place, are this year. Weiskopf jumped over the absent Jack Nicklaus to second place with Nicklaus currently has won Weiskopf said be was looking forward to next weekend's Westchester Classic at Rye, N.Y., and its first- place money. Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northland Park race results Saturday. FIRST S1.600. allowance, 2-year-olds, 5 fur- tongs. Ole Richy (Norrls) 24.90 12.10 5.90; Worthy Dream (Hedge) 640 3.70; Pilot Bird (Phelan) 370. Time; 1.041-5 Last Entry, King Waltzer, Morning Page, White Light, Hell Prince also ran. SECOND SMOO, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. Lady Sheba (Stadnvk) 13 60 5 30 3 30; Ky Chlno (McCauley) 3.40 2.70; Drink It Up (Phelan) 280 Time. 4-5. Magic Kid, Old Whiskey, Shelly M, Tropical Roll Sir Magic also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Lyndon Valley (Wiseman) 11.40 5.40 4 40; Noble Cone (Inda) 9.70 7.30; Road Break (Parsons) 110. Time: 1-31 2-5. Tally Boy, Feathers Inn, Shady Re- quest, Maggies Magic, Bronselene also ran QUINELLAt J43.TO FOURTH J1.400, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. Chine's Pixie (Hedoe) 4.70 3.60 2.80; Grog Shop (Wiseman) 770 180; Gal- lant senor (Campbell) 320 Time: Irish society. Glory Day, Stromtree also ran. Track Scratch: Glens Melodea' FIFTH claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 1-li miles. Red Power (Kipling) 780 480 3.50; Pal Boy 10.00 5.70; My Elation (Morris) 360. Time: Rusty Water, Khamtte, Whataruler, White Rose Erll, Dondolbar also ran EXACTOR: SI00 60 SIXTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles Regal Point fNorns) 680, 430 310, Mr Stormy (Hedoe) 670 340, Mag- num's Treasure {Phelan) 3.60. Time- 1-w 2-5 Call Me Star. Law Boss also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 Tame Prince (Wiseman) 1370 750 5.10; Hills Of Snow (S'sdnyk) 9.20 5 40; Helrarch (Kiolina) 400. Time: 3-5 Sure Speed, wimple Street, Conita, WInkina Princess also ran Track Scratch: Go Go Glen EIGHTH added, handicap, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlonos. Kim's Kid (McCauley) 20 10 J 80 6 00; Dozen Dancer (Whittle) 1.70 5.30; Big Dan (Wiseman) 480. Time: 1-27 1-5 Edie's Prize, Easter Search, Four- thought, Lima Twit, Major Presto alto ran. NINTH claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. Ooolin Heart (Shields) 13.20 7.10 5.40; Alrdrie Bob (Gold) 8 40 5JO; Haste Ye Back (Wiseman) 5.10. Time: 1.29 2-5 Chartesworthy, Shoes For Jimmy. Len's Birthday, Return Fair, Fair Haydn also ran. QUINELLA: Moose Jaw Devons whipped Red Deer Generals 10-9 Satur- day, Saskatoon Commodores slipped past Calgary Jimmies 6-5 and Eston Ramblers edged Lethbridge Lakers 9-8 in an ex- tra inning. In the opening game Friday, Kamloops Okonits beat Cal- gary Giants 7-1. Eston got when third past Lethbridge baseman Terry Ruggles hit a double in the top of the 10th inning to drive in the winning run. Eston took advantage of Leth- bridge errors to build a 7-0 lead after 5% innings as catcher Larry Muratore and outfielder Al Sasisi each contributed two- run homers. The Lakers came back with a home run by Rob Roy in the sixth and knocked starting pit- cher Lynne Allan off the mound in the seventh with four more runs. Lethbridge took the lead in the eighth with a three-run uprising against reliever Bruce Bremmer, who eventually got the victory. The Ramblers tied the score in the ninth when Reg An- drew's double scored Ruggles. In the Saskatoon Calgary game, pinch-hitter Zenon Mar- kowsky drove in the winning run with a double in the eighth inning. In losing 6-5, the Jimmies blew a four-run lead as Com- modores third baseman Al Mit- chell capped a four-run explo- sion in the sixth inning with a three-run homer. Mitchell was the first batter faced by re- liever Juan Eichelberger, who took over from starter Ron Peterson. Commodores opened the scor- ing with an unearned run in the first inning but the Jimmies tied it on Dave Croft's home run and went ahead in the fourth with three more runs. Wayne Plummet, the third Saskatoon pitcher, got the vic- tory while Eichelberger suffer- ed the loss. Moose Jaw rapped 17 hits in their win over Red Deer with outfielder Doug Simon drilling two 400-foot home runs and a pair of singles to lead the at- tack. Roy Rowley hit two doub- les and a single. Roger knocked a two- run homer for the losers and irv Horns banged two doubles. Dave Dupree, the second of three Moose Jaw pitchers, got win while Red Deer starter George Bryce took the de- feat. Meanwhile Leduc Oilers cap- tured the Alberta Baseball As- sociation's senior baseball Championship Sunday defeating Longhorns get AJHL franchise Elks champ AKario Mets 4-1 to win the sec- ond game in the best-of-three series. The Oilers downed the Mets 12-2 Saturday. Leduc now meets Lethbridge Bakers of the Alberta Major baseball League at Lethbrisge August 11 and 12 to determine Alberta's entry in the Canadian senior championships to be held August 23-26tb in Edmund- ston, N.B. Lethbridge holds the Alberta Jaseball Association's major senior baseball title. FINAL Saskatoon 100 ON 7 1 Moose Jaw 000 200 4 i Bennedlttl (0-1) and Maxemiuk; Pa- padakis (24) and Gillies. SEMI-FINALS Moesa Jaw 220-9 It 4 Kamleaps 105 IN 2 1 Murphy, Dupree Rowley Papadakis (7) d-0) and Guiles.- many. Bridges (6) (1-1) and Smoke. HRS: Moose Jaw Simon Andreoni (1) Elton ......eMOWOM-0 J t Saskatoon Ml M' 5 2 Slpe (0-1) Bremmer (7) and Mor- rice; Rocobo (14) and Maxemiuk. Bounce Royals twice Hawks grab series lead The high-flying Ebony Hawfcs grabbed a two-game lead in the southern Alberta senior B men's lacrosse playoff finals by earning a two-game sweep over the Calgary Royals in Taber over the weekend. The Hawks opened the best- of-five series by dropping the Royals 13-10 Saturday night and then two games up with an easy 33-8 denswn Sun- day. Ken Boychuk, who was pick- STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! P.M. 8 ROUND BOXING BOUT: STOMPER vs THORNTON HAYES RAMJRiZ vs YOKOUCHI FUJI 44 BIG SOUTS 12 TV WXESTLBtS ed up from the LeUibridge Na- tive Sons for the series, tallied four goals to lead the Hawks white Dave Smith dapped in with a hat-brick. Bruce Christenson also add- ed a pair of markers for Taber, who led 8-7 after two periods. Ken MacDonald and Wayne Olson scored two goals apiece in a losing cause. In Sunday's match, Taber took a 5-2 lead after the period and then expWcd for an insumoiiintaWc 12-3 margn by the end of the second Boycbuk and Smith led Taber scorers once again notching Roger four goals each McAdam tallied white three times and Alvaro Zanolli and Art Btreham twice each. The third and possibly fourth fames of the series will be face UK senior B wmnert out of Edmonton for the Alberts title and a spot in the national senior B men's championships scheduled in Halifax, Nova Sco- tia early September. Meanwhile the Midget Mohawks Lethbridge scored an easy 11-4 victory over Willow Park in Calgary on (be week- end. The jumped to a slim 2-1 lead after the opening peri- od hut emended i1 to 8-2 at the end and Ken- dall. HRs: SD-Colbert (12) Roberts SECOND C'nclnnan OW 4M 1 San Diego ooo OM 200 Nelson Carroll (I) and Plunv mer; Caldwell Corklru (0) and Kendall FIRST St. Louis 120 OM 5 t 3 Chicago 0100M 089-3 I 2 Murohy, Pena (2-1) segut (0) and Simmons; Panpas (54) Hooton (2) Locker (6) Bvrrls (9) and Hundley, R'Kfolnh HR: Chi-Hundtey SECOND St. Lenta OH 002 12 0 Chicago 2M MO 7 1 Folkers Soraaue Hrabosky Pena Cramer (8) and Mc- Carver. Simmons Bonham. La- Roche Locker (8) and Ru- doloh. HRs: t 0 1 Williams San Francisco MO 200 Lei AAoeto OM2M Bradley Sasa and Rader; Messersmmi (104) and Ferovson. HRs: (9) Garvey SATURDAY Philadelphia S Pittsburgh C St. Louis 7 Chicago 2 San Francisco 5 Los Angeles 0 Atlanta 3 Houston 1 New York 11 Montreal 3 Cincinnati 2 Stn Dltgo 1 Oil. 6Vi AMERICAN LEAGUE East W t New York...... 59 47 .557 Baltimore....... 54 44 451 Boston 53 48 J25 Detroit....... 53 48 .525 Milwaukee..... 50 51 .495 Cleveland..... 38 67 .342 West Oakland 58 46 .551 Kansas City..... 48 .551 Minnesota 53 48 .525 Ch'cago 51 52 .495 California......49 53 .480 Texas ......38 63 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Bahnsen (13-10) at Minne- sota Kaat (11-9) Detroit Lolich (9-10) at Baltimore Jefferson (3-2) New York Beene (50) at Boston Tiant (129) Texas Blbby (4-4) at Oakland Blue (9-6) SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Boston 001 100 7 Cleveland 020102 t 12 Patlin Carman (7) and Flsk; Perry (9-15) and Ellis. HR: Miller SECOND Boston _ OM OM t 4 1 Cleveland 010 122 (71 Culp Skok (6) and Montgom- ery; Timmerman (3-3) and EII18. HR: Chicago MS 011 it 0 Minnesota 020 101 JOO- 4 II 1 Wood Acosta (7) and Herr- mann; Goltz Campbell San- ders Hands Bane (9) and Mitferwald. HRs: Chl-Henderson Bradford FIRST Texas.....OM 101 010- SSI Oakland 000 000 OM-0 4 1 Brown (3-11 and Billings; Llnd- blad Fingers (7) and Fosse. HRs: (4) Harris SECOND Texas 100-4 10 1 Oakland 022 010 761 Durham Hudson (6) GogAlew- skl (7) and Suarez, Billlnqs Ab- bott. Hamilton (6-4) (4) Plna (7) and Tenace, Fosse (8) HRs- roughs (19) Jackson FIRST New York Ml Ml 111 Milwaukee 200113 1 11 0 Peterson (8-11) and Mumon; Bell end Rodriguez. SECOND New Yerk o'OOM 020-1 11 1 Milwaukee 2M MO 7 1 McDowell Medich (7) and Moses; Linzv. Velazquez (1-1) Ed Rodriauez (7) and Rodriguez. HR: Detroit 003032 000-1 11 I Baltimore on on ooo- j 10 i Strahler (4-3) and Freshen; Hood watt and Williams. HR: FIRST California OH OM I Kansas City 20! 12 Slncer (15-7) Sells (6) and Stelmas- zek; Fltzmorris (2-0) and Healy. HRs: (21) Heely SECOND Camernia O'O 010 01-414 1 Kansas City OM MI IM 7 14 I Ryan, Barber Lange May (6-9) Draoo, Bird Hoamer n-o> on and Taylor. HRsi Stephensan SATURDAY California 19 Kansas Citv Milwaukee 5 New York 4 Oakland 6 Texas 4 Detroit 3 Baltimore 2 Boston 7 Cleveland 4 Minnesota 4 Chicago 4 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE LTD. 1 SERVKf ;