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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 SPORT Hart's liner kayoed Kenny By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When Oakland pitcher Ken Holtzman said Jim Ray Hart was always able to hit him, he didn't mean it least not till now. Holtzman, the A's ace left- hander, was breezing along with a one-hitter after retiring the first 20 Yankees in order until Bart led off the eighth in- Willlie belted Gentry By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "I throw hard and Willie Star- gell swings said Gary Gentry, "so if be hits the ball, it stands to reason it's going to go a long way." StargeE hit the ball hard, and it went a long way Thursday night. Pittsburgh's veteran slugger blasted a three-run homer against the Atlanta right-hander in the bottom of the eighth in- ning, spoiling an otherwise neat job by "Gentry and lifting the Pi- rates to a 3-1 victory over the Braves. The homer was StargeTTs 14tb this season, tops in the major leagues. It also was a tape measure job, landing in the up- per deck of Three Rivers Sta- dium, an area reached only three times before each of those by StargeU. Elsewhere in slim Na- tional League schedule, Chicago Cubs battered Houston Astros 16-8 and Cincinnati Reds edged St. Louis Cardinals 3-2. Gentry carried a two-hitter and was leading 1-0 going into the eighth at Pittsburgh. Manny Sanguillen beat out an infield hit with one out and Richie Hebner walked, bringing up Stargell, and Willie blasted his game-winning homer. TOSSES 3-HITTER "I'm really not concerned how long they said the strapping Pirate. "In fact, when you do hit one like that off a pitcher, he tends to bear down harder on you next time." Nelson Briles earned the vic- tory with a three-hitter. Cincinnati ended St. Louis' winning streak at eight games, beating the Cardinals on a home rvn by Joe Morgan. Morgan's sixth homer of the year snapped a 2-2 tie in the sixth inning to beat Bob Gibson, 3-6. Lou Brock had a two-run homer for the Cardinals. Jose Cardenal and Carmen Fanzone each drilled two-run singles in a 10-run Chicago ex- plosion in the first inning as the Cubs blitzed Houston. Ferguson Jenkins, 6-3, was the winner. All the Cub runs were unearned with Doug Rader's twoout error opening the gates. Randy Hundley singled home a run during the first inning rally and added a home run in the fifth. Rick Monday also hom- ered for the Cubs. Jesus Alou and Tommie Agee homered for Houston. ning with a line shot off Holtz- man's left leg. The ball caromed on the fly to Deron Johnson at first base for the out, but Holtzman had to limp off the field. Rollie Fin- gers came on to complete the A's one-hit, 6-0 triumph over New York Yankees Thursday night. "I can remember every pitch I threw most oi them were said Holtzman, 10-2, who had a per- fect game until Matty Alou's two-out single in the seventh. Hart's blast left a large rec mark on the back of Holtzman's left leg just below the knee, and was serious enough for the pitcher to be taken to a hospital for precautionary x-rays. BAD START "Jim Ray Hart hit the first pitch I ever threw in the major leagues for a home saic Holtzman, thinking back to 1965 when he was a big-bonus rookie with the Chicago Cubs and Har was a slugging infielder for the San Francisco Giants. In other American League games, California Angels edged Boston Red Sox 7-6, Kansas City Royals beat Baltimore Ori- oles 4-1. Chicago White Sox blasted Detroit Tigers 10-2, Min- nesota Twins defeated Mil- waukee Brewers 4-2 and Texas Rangers beat Cleveland Indians 9-5. California is at New York, Oakland at Boston, Baltimore at Texas. Chicago at Mil- waukee, Cleveland at Kansas City and Detroit in Minnesota for tonight's games. GOT THE STAGGERS "I never saw the said Holtzman of Hart's drive. "At first went it didn't hurt. down, got up, Then I tried to 327 2111 IS THE NUMBER OF THE STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE WHERE STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR EMPIOYMENT AND EMPLOYERS CAM HIRE STUDENTS. IT'S EASY1 JUST CALL 327-2111 Friday, 1, THI LETHBRIDGC HfRALO IS All-star team named Very few surprises, as Habs dominate Enough is enough stand and staggered around. That's when it started to hurt." Reggie Jackson hit a two-run triple and a solo homer to pro- vide batting support for Holtz- man. Sal Bando also homered for the A's, who ended a five- game losing streak. Bob Oliver, who came into the month of May with just three runs batted in, lifted his season total to 29 with a three- run homer in the seventh in- ning, moving California past Boston. It was his seventh home run of the season. Kansas City pitcher Gene Garber raised his record to 5-1 with a six-hitter over the Ori- oles. Pomelo Carson manages to stay aboard her mount, Hi Neighbor, at Westbury Thursday by clinging to its neck. The horse tumbled after colliding with the obstacle while jumping. Pamela wtai taking part in o show to aid the United States equestrian team. r Minor ball roundup Gil Poberznick gave up just' five hits as the Dodgers bounc- ed the Padres 18-5 in Norcrest Senior Little League action. Gordon Tokariuk took the loss. Richard Shardlow went three- f6r-three as he stroked two doubles and a single while Dave Koskoski added four sin- gles. Kerwin Kotlas managed two hits, both singles, off of Poberznick. In Lakeside play Robert Stewart and Doug Winters combined for a three-bitter as the Twins trimmed the Royals 9-4. Rick Cicon took the loss. Stan Sawicki was the only player to pick up more than one hit as he had a double and a single. The Tigers scored an impres- sive 22-7 victory over the Ori- oles in Lakeside Little League play Wednesday night. Doug Richardson earned the Henderson wn while Doug suffered the loss. Ken Rodzinyak stroked double and a pair of singles mound win as he bested Frank Formadas. George Siegl managed a dou- ble and two singles for the los- MONTREAL Canadiens and Chicago Black Bawfcs, this year's Stanley Cup finalists, dominate this season's National Hockey League all-star teams, announced today. Canadiens, who finished first in the NHL's East Division and then went on to beat the Hawks in the Stanley Cup final, placed three men on the first team and one on the second while Chi- cago, West Division champions, had three men on the second squad. Boston Bruins had two men on the first team and Detroit Red Wings had one- while New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers each placed one man on the second team. The Canadiens named to the first team were goaltender Ken Dryden, defenceman Guy Lap- ointe and left-winger Frank Ma- hovlich. Boston placed defen- ceman Bobby Orr and centre Phil Esposito on the first squad, which was rounded out by De- troit right winger Mickey Red- mond. Goaltender Tony Esposito, de- fenceman Bill White and left winger Dennis Hull were the Hawks on the second team. Bobby Clarke, winner of the Hart Trophy as the league's most valuable player, was Philadelphia's representative, j while defenceman Brad Park ol the Rangers and right winger Yvan Cournoyer of Montreal completed the team. None of the six first team members drew the unanimous total of 240 points, although Dryden had 238 and Orr had 236 in the voting conducted among Timbers of the Professional Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) in the NHL's 16 cities. Voting was based on five points for For 83; Gilles Villemure, New York Rangers, 42; Roy Edwards, De- troit, 21; Roger Crozier, Buf- falo, 13; Ed Giacomin, New York Rangers, 11; Cesare Ma- niago, Minnesota, 7; Dave Dry- den, Buffaloj 5; Jim Ruther- iord, Pittsburgh, 4; Rogatien Vachon, Los Angeles, 3; Gilles Meloche, California, 2; Phil Myre, Atlanta, 1; Jacques Plante, Toronto-Boston, 1; Dan Bouchard, Atlanta. 1. Defence Bobby Orr, Bos- ton, 236; Guy Lapointe, Mon- treal, 125; Brad Park, New are 'no Wings told deal' ers. In a Norcrest Senior Little League match, the Dodgers a edged the Pirates 6-5. for the winners while Byron and a Dudley added a double single. Rory McLennan managed a double and a single in a losing cause. In Norcrest Farm League ac- tion, Dwayne Osberg hammer- ed a home run, a double and a single and led the Wolves to a 17-10 win over the Cougars. Osberg also picked up the Race results a first-place choice-, three a second and one for a FDMONTOH fC Park results 1 Northlands Thursday: Comets drop tough battle The Lethbridge YMCA Pee Wees scored a hard-fought 3-1 victory over the Lethbridge Kinsmen Comets in Lethbridge Pee Wee Lacrosse League ac- tion Thursday night. Ken Spencer, Brian Kanewis- cher and Gordon Brown tallied for the winners while Ray Tay- lor managed a single in a losing cause. YMCA held a 2-1 lead after two periods of play. In a Bantam Lacrosse League match, the Kinsmen Warlords edged the YMCA Unicorns 6-5. Larry Tron and Mark Rowe notched a pair of markers to lead the Warlords while singles came off the sticks of Dave Kininski and Carey Gosnan. Greg Cherliezy scored twice for the Unicorns while Darryl McLennan, Joe Kyle and Jim Woolf added singles. The Unicorns held a 2-1 lead I after the first period and a 5-3 edge after the second but the Warlords bounced back with three unanswered goals in the I final session to win. WHITE SHOES for MEN ore a MUST for Summer! Only of Camrn't 2 new In white crinkle patent, also new style with gold buckle. See too, the white bas- ket weave ond plain white calf Tor men. DACKS GOLF SHOES in 2 brown 403 5lh Street S. SHOES FIRST allowance, 2 year old mat- dens, 5 furlongs. Royal West (Parsons) 5.30 2-W 2.M, See Reason (Hedge) 3.10 2.50, No Orders (Stadnyk) Time: Forestry, SiS's Champ, Mallas Me- ody and Lord Ruken also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Miss'vi G. (Hedge) 4 80 400 3.30, ilo-y Day (Giesbrechn 7.20 Ctatabulous (McCauley) 3 70. Time: 15 Stromtree Walter Of Course, Tor- ina, Speed's Pride Ways also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD JMOO, claiming, 4 year olds up 7 furkngs. Catatious (Ph-lan) 7770 ?.80 620, Careless Cat (Stadnyk) S.90 Ha- dason 'GcltP 380. Time: 15. Same Affair. Miss E., Green Port, Lo Book and Pleasure Cruise elso ran OUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds, 1'e miles. Monta's Gem (Whittle) 9.90 5 80 3.60, Bomo Striker 1V3 370 300, Winger Kino Cijidai 10 K 5.90, Friend- ly Guy (Whittle) 4.40. H time: 3-5 Ky Honor, Burgundy Lass, Mary's Fancy, Precious Argent, Curra Tip also ran EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4 years old and up, 7 furlonqs. Love Success fNorris) 18.70 7.60 4.80. Prince Of Northlands (Stadnyk) 7.20 4.90, Some Hand (Levme) 4.20. Time: T53. Bramble AAaqlc, Pay Your Bill, Cap's Call, Day Will and Prim D. Anvril also ran. SEVENTH si ,900, claiming, 4 years eld and up, 7 furlongs. Ledger Time (Inda) 980 -iW Hflkey fLevine) 8.10 3.30, Thpopold (Kioling) 7.30. 1 26 Co Existence, fans Sharon, Hidden also ran Track Scratches: Golden Compass, Mlstfir Stormey. claiming, 4 years old and up, kees scored Gordon Keith gave up eight hits to earn the win while Dave Miskulin suffered the loss. Richard'Shardlow blasted two singles for the winners while Michael Coghlin managed three singles and Greg Kveder a dou- ble and a single for the losers. The a 9-0 shut- cut over the Cardinals in a Little League encounter. Rodney Tomita hurled 11 strikeouts for the winners while Dave Field took the defeat. Grant Weins struck out 13 as the Braves trounced the Expos H-0 in Norcrest Little League. The loss went to Clark Bosch. Weins, who did not allow a hit by the Expos, pourHed out a double and a triple while Mark Wolosyn and Lauren Leroux each chipped in with two singles. The Indians suffered their first loss of the 1973 Lakeside Little League season as they dropped a 10-7 decision to the Twins Thursday night. Cal Byam picked up the win but needed relief help from Tim Hisaoka. Brian Robinson took the loss after giving way to reliever Scott Paranteau. Stan Sawicki led the winners at the plate with a home run while Byam aided his own cause with a double and a sing- le Paranteau managed a double singles hi a losing and three cause. 7 furlongs. Cotton Future (Whittle) 3.SO 3.10 2.80. Wllti Soeed (Inda) 880 450, Tis (Geld) 4.70 Time: 1-26. Smoo'h Night Call, In Aaain Of Gold and Tinga WhlooeH also ran. OUIN6LLA: 122.10. ANDY CAPP In another contest, the Yan- a slim 10-9 win over the Orioles. In Senior Little League play, the Twins earned an 11-5 'vic- tory over the Tigers. Winning pitcher Steve Devcic led the way for the Twins with J three singles and a grand-slam 1 Doug Roberts suffered the loss although being aided by Rod Olshask's home run. At Norcrest, the Wolves wal- loped the Cougars 16-10 in a Farm League tilt. Perry Osberg picked up the win firing a two-hitter while Jerry Van Gaal took the loss. Bob Prokop stroked a double and a single for the winners and Tom Farrough poked a single for the losers. third. EQUAL RECORD By placing three men on the first team, Canadiens equalled in one season their total first- team selections for the last seven years. It is also the first time since 1965-66 that Montreal has had four players named to both teams. Clarke's selection to the sec- ond team is only the second for a post-season team. It is also the first time since 1963-64 that the Hart Trophy winner has not been selected to the first all- star squad. Jean Beliveau of Montreal was named the Hart Trophy winner in 1963-64 and, like Clarke this season, was voted to the second team. Although it is the first time he has been on the first team since 1961-62, Frank Mahovlich is the veteran among the 12 players as far as selections to all-star teams are concerned. Mahovlich has made the first squad three tunes, and the sec- ond team six times. Orr has been selected to the first team for the past six years and in 1966-67, he was a second team choice. Boston's Esposito has been a first team centre for the past five years and was a second-tiam pick in 1967-68. Chicago's Esposito was the first team goaltender last year and in 1969-70. It is his initial appearance on the second team. Park, a first team all star twice, is making his second ap- pearance on the No, 2 squad while Cournoyer's second-team selection was his fourth. FOUR MAKE DEBUT Dryden was a second team man in his rookie season last year while White is making his second consecutive appearance on the second team. Lapointe, Redmond. Clarke and Hull are making their de- but on NHL all-star teams. Red- mond is the first Red Wing all star since Gordie Howe's selec- tion to the first squad in 1969-70. Each member of the first team gets while second team picks get each. Following is the complete list of players who received votes in the all-star balloting: Dryden, Montreal, 1238; Tony Esposito, Chicago, DETROIT (AP) National Hockey League President Clar- ence Campbell has told Detroit Red Wings the NHL won't bend its rules to allow the club to sign the two sons of former Red Wing great Gordie Howe. The two 19-year-old Marty and IS-year-old Mark, have been drafted by Houston Aeros of the World Hockey As- sociation. Gordie Howe says he will go to Houston next week to talk about contracts for his sons and possibly a contract that would allow him to play a year with them. Howe said Thursday he is "99-per-cent sure" his sons will sign with Houston. TALKS TO CAMPBELL Howe said he also talked .with Campbell Thursday and 'was told there wasn't anything the NHL could do. The NHL and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) entered into an agree- ment in 1987 that prohibits the York, Rangers, 118; Bill Chicago, 112; Jacques Lap- erriere, Montreal, 91; Serge Savsrd, Montreal, 41; Rod Sell- ing, New York Rangers, Gary Bergman, Detroit, 24; Dallas Smith, Boston, 19; Terry Harper, Los Angeles, 15; Barry Gibbs, Minnesota, 11; Keith M43nuson, Chicago, 7; Pat Stapleton, Chicago, 5; Tim Hor- ton, Buffalo, 4; Gilles, Marotte, Los Angeles, 4; Dave Burrows, Pittsburgh, 4; Barclay Plager, St. Louis, 3; Larry Johnston, Detroit. 3; Dale Rolfe, New York Rangers, 2; Jim Schoefl- feld, Buffalo, 1; Don Awrey, Boston, 1; Dale TaLon, Van- couver, 1; Ted Harris, Min- nesota, 1; Ab DeMarco, New fork Rangers-St. Louis, l; Jim McKenny, Toronto, 1. Esposito, Bos- ton, 226; Bobby Clarke, Phila- delphia, 133; G'ilbert Perreault, Buffalo, 21; Jacques Lemaire, Montreal, 16; Jean Rate-lie, r York Rangers, 12; Rick MaeLeish, Philadelphia, 12; Stan Mikita, Chicago, 8; Pit Martin, Chicago, 1; Marcel Dionne. Detroit, 1; Dennis Hex- tall, Minnesota, 1; Walt Tkac- zuk. New York Rangers, 1. Right Red- mond, Detroit, 187; Yvan Cournoyer. Montreal, 116; Jim Pappin, Chicago, 65; Rene Rob- ert. Buffalo, 15: Bill Flett, Philadelphia. 14; Rod Gilbert. New York Rangers, 13: Ken Hodge. Boston 11; Rick Macl.- eish, Philadelphia, 3: Bill Fair- bairn, New York Rangers, 3; Bobby Schmautz, Vancouver, 2: Lou Nanne, Minnesota, 1; Gary Dornhoefer. Philadelphia, 3; Lowell MacDonald, Pittsburgh, 1. Left Mahovlich, Montreal, 188; Dennis Hull, Chi- cago, 93; John Bucyk, Boston. 85; Jean-Paul Parise. Min- nesota, 33: Rick Martin. Buf- falo, 29: Mickey Redmond. De- troit. 3; Bill'Barber, Phila- delphia, 1. pros from drafting amateurs who are under 20 years of age. The WHA has no such agree- ment. Jim Bishop, executive vice- president of the Red Wings made the request to Campbell He said that if the NHL fails to sign the Howes, "the prestige of the NHL will suffer without the Howe name." Gordie Howe spoke of the af- fair at a banquet in Toronto Thursday night. "I'm not turning my back on the he said at the Charlie Conacher dinner. "Per- sonally I'm not happy sitting behind a desk (as rice-president of Detroit Red "It's still not a reality but 11 would like to see my sons get ahead and I guess ahead means I money. You play hockey for the love of the game and I guess money makes you love the game. "People have said that maybe I'm nuts for wanting to come out of retirement, but a little hurt won't hurt if it means a little enjoyment." 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