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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 31, 1972 THI IETHBRIDGI HUALD STEALS HOME Clyde Mashore of Ihe Montreal Expos sleals home In the fourth inning against New York Meti Sunday afternoon at New York's Shea Stadium. Mats' catcher Duffy Dyer is behind Mashore; as Is Expot' Booti Day (AP Wirephoto) Hilgendorf impressive in first outing One slip cost Wilbur Wood a victory By BRUCE LOWITT Associated Press Snorts a pair with Detroit, winning 4-3 before Tigers took Brewers defeated Detroit Tigers 8-3; Baltimore Orioles game 7-2; Cleveland Indians 4-3; Wilbur Wood was having New York Yankees York Yankees routed Bos- ble getting used to the California defeated Red Sox 8-1; Oakland Ath- sota mound. But Tom 4-3 in 11 whipped Minnesota Twins dorf was delighted with the Saturday action, Chicago White Sox nipped he found tho one in "It took me quite a time get adjusted to the Wood, Chicago's looking for veteran, said Sunday and to become one of the winningest pitchers in the American League. One of Wood's less are pitches dropped into the field pavilion, 351 feet THE ASSOCIATED and scored on Al Oliver's from home plate, for a double, Dick Selma re- Killebrew home run in the Pirates Lersch and promplly un- Inning that powered having a little fun but a wild pitch, walked Twins to a 1-0 victory over Padres would like a Sanguillen and saw White belt a three-run homer Hilgendorf, getting his Pirates scored all the right field seats on the major league start as a in the last two pitch lo him. member of the Cleveland to rout Bucs teed on Selma ing staff, said he knew 7-1 and maintain three more runs in the ninth times were ahead when he League East Gene Alley's single, a sacri- bled out to Ihe bullpen for seven games over New a single by Clines, Dave pregame warming up. "I can tell just by walking who shaded Montreal Expos triple and a single by Vic Davalillo. he said. "If the we continue to get I a s t-place Padres are looks a long way we're going to have giving the contenders look out. But today it of fun in the second hard (imp. They took two close and I knew it was Richie Hebner, who Jiit the Heds before coming TAKE A three-run homer Houston. 11, was more than just Pirates scored four times can say one Hilgendorf hurled a eighth Manager Don Zimmer. striking out seven the Padres, never seen 25 men bear batters as Indians beat 17 innings Saturday and go about their busi- 6-1 to sweep a to defeat Cincinnati like this team. These kids Cleveland had taken the an extra-inning tired bul they've kept go- with Houston It's made me feel good In other American the opener 10-7 in 14 way they've battled these games, Texas took two but dropping the innings." Oakland, 2-1 nnd 4-2; in Padres pushed across the Reds Tennis Francisco Giants 4-0 before losing the second game 6-1 In 10 Innings, Atlanta Braves Vikings hosts from Los Angeles Dodgers 14-4 and M and Chicago Cubs swept St, Louis Cardinals 4-0 find new pacts MANKATO, Minn. (AP) All for One and One for All The Lethbridge Tennis Club Hill once again host the oilier Saturday games, Chicago beat St. Louis dissolved peacefully today as coach Bud Grant wel- ern Alberta Open Tennis dropped Los Angeles its members to Minne- nament and have set the San Francisco defeated Vikings' (raining camp. for August 5-2, Montreal edged back Charlie West, They are also pleased lo C-3 and Philadelphia back Clint Jones and nounce that construction of Pittsburgh, winning receiver Gene Washington new tennis courts at losing to terms with the Na- vill be completed in the time and tile two-day affair will Brace Kison and Philadelphia's Barry Football League club over the weekend after playing out singed locked in a scoreless oplions last season. Further information the Phillies took a 1-0 the three had said ing Ihe tourney can be the seventh on Greg week that they would sign at the Civic Centre courts triple and a single if they could negotiate from Marv Kirchner and they came to terms Gene Clines opened with general man- Entries will close eighth with an Jim Finks. -i DON'T GET CAUGHT OVER A BARREL! Check your slock LETTERHEADS CHFQUES rORMS tEDGER CARDS, CALL ON WESTERN CANADA'S PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHING FIRMS TO BRING YOUR PRINTING SUPPLIES UP TO PAR! The Lethbttdge PHONE 327-3203 OR PRINTING. AND. LITHOGRAPHY Kansas City Royals 4-3 and Cal- ifornia Angels knocked over Texas Hangers 8-1. Wood, with his 11th loss in- stead of the 17th victory that would have tied him with De- troit's Mickey Lolich and Clcve- three runs in the 14th to win the opener. Derrel Thomas sin- gled home the lie-breaking run an! Dave Roberts, who hit a three-run homer earlier, sin- gled in two more. Houston won the nightcap on Jimmy Stew- art's bases-loaded single In the 10th. Cleon Jones, who drove In New York's tying run with a sacrifice fly, tripled in the sev- enth and scored the lead run against Montreal on Duffy D y c r B single. Tommie Agee hit his first home run since May 21 in the ninth for an in- surance run. Ross Grimsley blanked San Francisco on eight hits as Ihe Reds won their opener with (our early runs against Juan M a r i c h a 1 but the Giants bounced back to take the night- cap with five runs in the 10th off ace reliever Clay Carroll. Earl Williams and Mike Lum each drive in three runs in Atlanta's opening game rout of Los Angeles and Ralph C-arr greeted reliever Jim Brewer with a three-run seventh-inning homer to decide the nightcap. Rookie Hick Reuschel scat- tered six hits and singled in the first nrn> in the Cub's shut- out of the Cardinals. Chicago trailed by a similar 4-0 score early in the nightcap but peck- ed away with single runs in the first, third and fourth inn- ings and finally pulled it tit in the eighth on Glenn Beckert's two-run single. land's Gaylord Perry as the winningest pitchers in the ma- jors, said neither the mound nor 17 mile-an-hour gusU had any effect on the knuckler that Kil- lebrew belted. 'Killebrew Is tough every time he steps to the Wood said, Harmon's 18th homer of the year was also the 533rd of his career, moving him within one of fifth-place Jimmy Foxx on the all-time list. Hilgendorf, who'd spent 1969- 70 with St. Louis, where he worked 27 innings in 29 games, all in relief, to post an M record, got his chance just three weeks after Cleveland pur- chased his contract from Kan- sas City. Jerry Moses drove in two runs for Cleveland in the night- cap and the Brewers contrib- uted to their own downfall with four errors in the game. In the opener, Tom McCraw homered in the bottom of the ninth to tie it. Then an, even more costly error, Rick Auer- bach's bobble of Ray Fosse's two-out grounder, let in the win- ning run. Dave Nelson was a one-man gang for the Rangers, figuring in every run they scored against Oakland. In the opener, he scored a first-inning run, then delivered the tie-breaking winner with a ninth-inning double. And in the finale, he scored twice and knocked in two more runs, one of them with a seventh-inning single that produced the margin of victory. Gales Brown delivered a tie- breaking fifth-inning home run, then contributed a sacrifice fly to a four-run sixth that powered the Tigers past Boston in their nightcap. MA.TESTICS HOST ROYALS The Lethbridge Great West Tire Majesties will host the Taber Royals in an exhibition ladies' fastball game tonight. Game time is set for 7 p.m. at the Dave Elton fastball park. Casey turned 82 on Sunday? Football season opens in Hamilton this evening MONTREAL (CP) The Canadian Football League now can get down lo Ihe serious business of playing its games, thanks lo a last-ditch settle- ment of a monetary dispute between the league and the players' association. With Ihe opening g a m e scheduled for tonight at Hamil- ton when the Tiger-Cats tain Saskatchewan Roughrid- ers, CFL commissioner Jake Gaudaur and Gerry Patterson, executive director of the CFL Players' Association, hammer- ed out a two year agreement early Saturday. It gives addi- tional financial benefits to the players and ensures he league no further confrontation with them before the end of the 1973 season. "We negotiated for 47 hours in six different Palter- son told a news conference Saturday. "I think feelings were so strong that if M r. Gaudaur had not negotiated di- rect we would not have obtain- ed a settlement." I Patterson said that 85 per cent of the players voted to ac- cept the league proposal that gives the athletes increased pre-season training camp bene- fits, pay for exhibition games, additional stipend for next year's Grey Cup participation. Only CFL veterans voted on the issue and Patterson said he did not receive complete ap- proval lo accept from the last of the players until 5 p.m. MDT Saturday. Negoitations between Patter- son and an owners' committee of three Hamilton's Ralph Sazio, Norm Kimball o[ Ed- monton, and Calgary's Roy Graves had reached an im- passe Thursday. But the own- ers gave Gaudaur authority Friday to shuck his role of mediator and enter direct ne- gotiations. Pettereon also disclosed Just how close the situation came to a strike a word he h a d avoided throughout his deal- ings. He said last Friday veteran players on eight of the nine CFL teams had unanimously supported a move to submit voluntary retirement papers to the league office a move Miners blank Calgary in both games The Lethbridge Miners' Li- brary blanked the visiting Cal- gary Tape Deck Red Sox twice In Calgary Major Men's Fast- ball League play Sunday. In (he first contest, the Min- ers edged Calgary 1-0 while In the second they whipped tlieir visitors 5-0. In the first encounter, win- ning pitcher George Santoni scored on George Waselenak's double in the bottom of the third Inning to give the Miners the slim victory. Santoni picked up the mound win throwing a three-hitter while Bob MacKenzie took the loss giving up only two base hits. Meanwhile In the second game, Barry House hammered two home runs to lead the local club to an easy win over Calgary. The Miners tallied single runs In the third, fifth and sixth innings and had scored twice in Ihe fourth. Larry Tratch also poked out a pair of singles to help win- ning pitcher Dennis Hydychuk earn Ihe decision over Dave McCrady. thai would have kept them out of football for Ihe entire sea- son. "Only one club was not unan- imous in this Patterson said. He declined to name the dissenting player group. With the average CFL salary for 1971 Patterson said the new agreement will aver- age out as an Improvement of a man in 1972 and 5700 for 1973. While money paid to each player In the Grey Cup re- mains the same in to each member of the winning team and to each player on the losing side 1973 will see an increase to for each winner and to the losers. STRUCTURES DIFFER Slightly different playoff money structures will be In ef- fect in the Western and East- ern Football Conferences this year, Patterson said, adding that they will become standard in 1973. In the WFC semi final this year the members of the win-, ning team will get each, while the losing team draws 500 per man and the team that draws the bye gets per man an increase of over last season, in the final, the figures are for the winner and for (he loser. Therefore, the team that draws the bye and then ad- vances beyond the final, will have per man before moving into the Grey Cup. In the EFC, the semi final members of the winning team draw 5450 each and the losers with the bye team also getting In the two-game, total point 1972 Eastern final, the players on both teams draw WOO each for the first game plus to Uie winner and S400 lo the loser In tha second. Next season the two confer- ences will follow the sama playoff structure, with the win- ner in a semi final getting per an and the osers Orval injured in crash Orval, a daredevil auto driv- er from Salt Lake City, Utah, is in St. Michael's Hospital to- day in satisfactory condition. Orval, making his second ap- pearance in Lethbridge at the Southern Alberta Auto Racers' stock car races this year, was rushed to hospital after his car failed to manoeuver a ramp he uses to get his car over a semi-trailer lengthwise. His car missed the end of the ramp and he landed wrong causing the accident. This morning he was said to be resting comfortably in hos- pital with three broken ribs and numerous other bruises. Just prior to his crash Or- val had blown himself up with five sticks of dynamite much to the delight of the crowd of 700 fans. Race results EDMONTON (CP) North! nd i Park race resulli Saturday. FIRST claiming, 2 yeir eldi, I fur- longs Stormy Summer (Hedgt) 3.30 3.SO 2.60, My Masler (Wlsemin) 3.30, Rlna (Arnold) 3.00. Tlmo 2-5 Shoes For Jimmy, LIHIe Counlesse, Ky Chino, Fire Speed, Twini Shetffl also ran. SECOND 1U.OO, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- lonas Never Silent (Kipling) 2.90, Caesar's Sonrj (Siadnyk) 3.20 2.80, Rouselle (Snnchei) 4.20. Time 3-5 Greek Touch, Duel Fair, Gin Whll Mysiic Twisler, Flaming Art also ran. DAILY DOUBLE Slfl.BO THIRD claiming, 3 year elds, 7 fur- longs fV.slor Dividend (Rycrolt) 12.00 J.M 110, palatial (Levins) 3.4Q 2.50, Mag- gie's Magic (Combs) 3.BO. Time Tru summer-land, Bsha Marimba, Sreller A DC I Ion also ran. QUINELLA Track Scratch: Flylnfl Wlflfl, Cool Reply. FOURTH claiming, 3 year 1 1-16 miles Black Rouser 1.70 4 fifi 3.20, County Doctor (Berroby) 5.90 3.90. Shining Princess (Hamill) 3.90. Time 1-5 Magic Spree, Brown Marirw, Cyp- ress Cove, Kyed also ran. FIFTH SI ,500, claiming, 4 year old] and up, miles Haydn's Smoke (Kipling) 17.40 41.30, Thi Go M 5.00, Splendour (Rasmut- sen) 2.9D 3.10. heat Time Tiger Tracks, Jasper Parkr Solar, Record, Buttons, elso ran, SmoVi ind On The Go BO. Haydn'i Smokt ind Sandy'i spltrt. dour SIXTH claiming, year olds and up, 1 1-16 Fast Friday (Snnchei) B.OO 4.70 3.00, Sure Speed (Combs) B.OO 4.X, Gay Stitch [Shields) Z.BO. Time Charlie silvnr Dandy, Wisp also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and uo, 7 turlongs Sharp Reply (Shields) '.ID 3.70, Avons Talent (Sanchez) 4-10 3.10, Game Boy (Hedge) 4.60- Tlme Brass Warrior, El Halcon, Hills of Snow, Miss Victory, Broken Bubbia elso ran. EIGHTH handicap, 3 year olds and lie miles LIHIe TwII (Combi) M.W 11.ifl 3.H, Transbrlar (Hedge) 3.70 2.40, Lovi Your Host (Barroby) 2.20. Time d.S Flying Award, Sootlme, Penlcllllum, Camel Train also ran. NINTH claiming, 4 year elds and UP, 1 Md miles Aslro Prince (Lsvlne) 8.40 3.M i.lfl, Indian Lake (Hedge) 10-30 6.10, KooJ Turk (Wiseman) 5.60, Time 2-5 Quilalion, Ftat NlcVIe, Ten-are, Jabberwocky, Beauty. QUINELLA S5J.30 Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MOM., JULY 31 P.M. N.A. TITLE BOUT: DAN KROFFAT VS SUGI SITO KAMATA VS SUPERHAWK PORTZ VS PIRIi 5 Big Bouti 12 TV Wrestlers Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING ON CJOC-TVI GLENDAL.E, Calif. (AP) "I was born July 30, 1890, In Kansas City, said Casey Stengel.. That date made him 82 when he observed his birthday at his home here Sunday. It also represented one of the shortesl complete coher- ent sentences Charles Dillon vSlcngel, a baseball Hall of Iramer, has ever uttered. Casey said he was aware that some record books list him as having been born in 1889, nnd dates other than July 30 arc nlso listed. In typi- cal Stengel fashion, he has an explanation. "When I was a young man of fine began Cnscy, "we'd hit a town for three or four days, and if my birthday was approaching, I'd sec that it was observed In oi.c of sev- eral cities. IIKM'GD Fir.r, PAltK "Once in Kwisn.s rity, Ihcy liaked n rake which was so Me Ihrv In haul il lo Ihe ballpark in a l.nirk. Nnw things weren't doing so good in Kansas City so they offered everybody a piece of cake it they'd come into Ihe ballpark. "Then there was the time I was managing Milwaukee for Bill Vccck. He was out some- where in the islands miring the war and i told him if 1 had another pitcher I could win the pennant for him. "So (here was my birthday, or thereabouts, and out comes a Iriu'k onlo the playing field, and sure enough, there was Ihis immense cake, only it wasn't a real cake because out of il slops the new pllchcr, who wns from, I think, Puerto llico or someplace. Tho Slennels, Cnscy and his bride of 47 years, Edna, have Ihrce "birthday dates" on their calendar: a small family parly Snlunlay night, ns ho- norcd (jiise'.s at the Dusoball Hall of Fnmc cplebrntion nt IS'.V., Aug. fi-7 anil .it an Old Timors' dinner ;iml camp in San Aug. 17-1B, AUTOMOTIVE ENTERTAINMENT Tape Deck with Twin Speakers choice- While Stocks Last! 1718 3 Avo. S. Ph, 337-5763 ;