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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THC LETKBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Juis "73 ANDY CAPP ____Blochers here twice on iveekend, imports arrive LIKE A FLIPPIN1 WA1 ALWAYS 810 430, Win N Grin (Stadnyki 270 Time 1 28 1 5 Speedy Kim, Stage Fever, Gold Label also ran Track Scratch- Explorate, Spangle D'Amour EXACTOR: S1W.30. SIXTH 700, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs Ruler 'Ueyi 460 460 7 90 Road 'G'esbrecht) 4 60 460 310, Cyternity (Whittle) 270 Time 1 26 25 Doundolbar, Irish Armada, Regal Echo, Cary Beau, HI Bill also ran. Heat SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds end up, 7 furlongs Pine Pass 'Phelanl 1060 430 310, Sana Kid (Giesbrecht) 350 250, Fre nesi (Gold) 330 Time 1 27 Home James Winking Princess Lustrous Star, Pixie Belle, Hula Mah also ran 6IGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Campus Rebel (Whittle) 37 60 1400 470 Drunken Sailor tlnda) 550 340, Merry Muffet (Morns) 2 60 Time 1 76 Perfect Host, Brown Marine Cor poral Ribot, Little Gypsy, Roaring Freddy else ran NINTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, TVs miles Mr Murphy (Hedge' 19 70 V 50 5 50 Kool Turk (Gold) 1130 1320, Haydns Smoke (Kipling) 520 Time 1 54 1-5 Hewmsum, Two PM Monty B, Bum Money, Tropical Treasure also ran. QUINELLA: More sport on page 13 Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION PAVILION MONDAY, JUNE 4 p.m. ARCHIE 'STOMPER' GOULDfE vs AFA ANOIA YOKOUCHI and FUJI vs CODY and KROFFAT HAYES and RAMIREZ vi SIKA ANOIA and VIKING 5 EXCITING MATCHES Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV SAAR presents WILD, WILD WEEKEND STOCK CAR RACING EXHIBITION SPEEDWAY Sunday, June 3rd Lakers out to take over top rung in loop By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Ediloi Ram didn't um the ball game for Lethbridge Lake-s Thursday night, it just help- ed. But right now Ron Taj lor, manager of the Alberta Major Baseball League Lak- ers, would like to see clear skies and warm weather. Taylor, it can be said, is itching to get to the top of the Alberta League stand- ings and the weatherman is in his way. Tonight's LaKcr B'ockcr game has been cancelled due to wet grounds. A double- header is scheduled for Sun- day. Game times are ten- ativcly set for 1 and 5 p.m. but are subject to change. The locals would like nothing better than to sweep two games from their Ed- monton counterparts. Should that happen Taylor and his second year club would be 4-1 on the season. Taylor didn't say it Friday night at an optional workout, but he must be thinking it, "we could be 3-0 and looking to go 5-0." Lakers, who edg- ed Calgary Jimmies 8-7 in Calgary Thursday, let a 7-3 lead slip away from them last weekend in Red Deer. Taylor uon't let that happen again if he can at all stop it. Who will get the nod to start the Lakers' weekend set? Taylor isn't sure. One thing is almost certain, Paul Sullivan will get a well- deserved rest tonight and to- moirow. Sullivan went the full eight innings against the Jimmies and could quite feasibly meet the Calgary cmb again this coming Thursday when they pay a visit to Henderson. Taylor has Randy Max- well, Jerry Veres, and Al Ferchuk ready to go this weekend as well as import Mike Davey and three team- mates from Gonzaga Uni- versity arrived on the scene Friday night. A welcome sight Davey were infielders Lenn Sakata and Tom Foster along with catcher Mike Whiteaker. All four have just completed their collegiate baseball season and are in playoff shape. Davey could get the nod in one of the weskend games. The hard throwing, left- hander was 9-1 over the year for the Gonzaga club and av- erages better than a strike- out per inning pitched. It may not have been 90 above when the Gonzaga foursome left for Lathbridge but "it was a lot warmer" said Davey Friday night as the Washington players were greeted by the gale that was blowing last evening Davey also wondered ff ft might snow Friday night. Should Taylor see fit to use his latest players he will have a tough decision to make. The club, while shaky in places, has looked good in winning two of its first three starts. Taylor's job, as of to- day, is not an enviable one. Sakata is a hustling short- stop and compliments Foster at second base. The two have been the keystone combina- tion for two seasons at Gon- zaga as well as Community College in Treasure Valley, Wash. Both possess great speed and hit over .300 this past year, which will blend them right into Taylor's way of thinking. Runs win ball games and runs are the re- sult of hits in most instances. Whiteaker could be the ao in the hole for the Lakers. At 6'4" and 200 pounds he has suprisirig speed for a big man and hits with power. But the one fact that up until now was not known, may pitch some. He has a good strong arm and wants to play. Things, regarding the Lethbridge Lakers, are fall- ing nicely into place. And speaking of place, Taylor would like to be fa first place. It may come this weekend. New for the Bruins Andre Savard, left, is welcomed Friday to the Boston Bruins by joking teammates Phil Esposito, who is recover- ing from a knee operation, and Bobby Orr, right. In back- ground is assistant trainer John "Frosty" Foristall. Savard, 20, was a high-scoring centre on the Quebec Ramparts fand the Bruins' first choice in the recent junior amateur draft. The signing of Savard was announced Friday. Steals the show at High School rodeo Silverware galore for young Fox Bv GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer A yoimg Cardston rodeo competitor, Kelvin Fox, need- ed a small truck to help carry home the trophies he picked up at the Cardston high school rodeo last night. Kelvin, a high school inter- national rodeo finals con- testant last year in Colorado, captured three major awards He was named the rodeos all around champion, the bull rid- ing and the steer wrestling king- Right behind Kelvin in the race for the all around title was his close friend Phil Van Cleave. The Taber product won the calf roping and finish- ed second to Kelvin in the steer wrestling. Kelvin bested a Shade Bros. SAAR Time Trials at p.m. Racing at p.m. C-CLASS and CLAIMERS SOUTHERN ALBERTA AUTO RACERS Fill in and Present this ad at the ticket offico to receive 50c DISCOUNT 1 Adult admission NAME ADDRESS PHONE Good for Sun., June 3rd only. someone race for you! bull for a mark of 73 in cap- turing the bull taming, finish- ing one point ahead of Leonard Morton of Magrath. Third spot went to Tim Cole of Okotoks, with a 69. In the steer wrestling Kelvin put the drop on his catch in 6 4 seconds, almost two seconds quicker than Van Cleave could do the job. Elaine Mart, a Twin Butte dogger turned in a run of 9.1 seconds for third place. Phil took the roping with a time of 17.7 seconds while Wil- low Creek's Rod Jensen secur- ed his calf in 18.4 seconds for second place. Third went to Kirk McDwraith of Lethbridge. Marlin Draper pleased the home town crowd as he was the only one of eight competi- tors to complete a ride in the saddle bronc event Marlin scored a 69 for his effort. The Shade bareback horses Two groups interested in buying Kings CALGARY (Special) Applications from two groups to buy the Lethbridge Sugar Kings franchise are being studied by the Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League, the league announced Friday. A meeting this weekend is expected to settle the issue. One application for the team, now owned by Syd Hall and Carl Trentini. bas been placed by a group of Leth- bridge businessmen and the other is from Abe Berday, chairman of Pro-Am Sports Limited, parent company of Calgary Centennials ef the Western C n a d a Hockey League. also had their way for the most part as they tossed 28 would be riders. However, Rcbert Heggie of Raymond hung on and spurred out a 64 to win the event. Cardston's Monte French was next in line with 61 points while Greg Gor- don of Bragg Creek garnered 58 points and held down third position. Kathy James of Hanna and Mona Wutzke of Foremost both toured the barrel racing clover leaf in 14.4 seconds and shared the title. Keeping with the gals events, Shannon Fleming of Calgary won the goat tying, wrapping the slightly smelly animal up in 16 4 seconds anil Leslie Fleming of Willow Creek took the pole bending with a run of 25.8 seconds. Audrey Dunham the girl's cutting horse competition while Bob Frazier took the honors in that division for the boys. A roping team consisting of Doug and Rod Jensen captur- ed the team roping, stretch- ing their catch out in 23 sec- onds with a five second pen- alty. BEHIND THE CHUTES The near capacity crowd watched Legrand Ber v a ns, Rick Smith and Larry Leavitt combine to win the wild cow race Tim Jensen of Cards- ton was shaken up a bit in uie saddle bronc riding Many top professional cowboys gave a hand to the staging of the Cardston show Jim Glad- stone, Bdl Reedeo-, Bob Wilson and Lynn Jensen all donated their time and energy to the high school association for the evening All the top three finishers in each event will be eligible for the high school finals at Pincher Creek. Royals at home Sunday al Lethbridge Royals face a busy weekend of soccer. This evening, the locals tra- vel to Calgary to face the Ohi- nooks in an Inter-City League encounter. Sunday afternoon at at the Civic Centre pitch, the Roy- als play host to Calgary Del- tas. HOLIDAY BOWL (FORMERLY GLENOALE BOWL) Announces Their GRAND RE-OPENING IN MID JULY Leagues arm Invited to contact Manager Roger Flexhaug at 328-2855 Regarding Fall Bookings South athletes receive grants Seven southern Alberta ath- letes were among 42 provin- cial youths named Friday to receive grants under Health and Welfare 1973 Aid program. The Alberta group competed with other Canadian athletes for 490 available grants. Following receipt of appli- cations, national gov- erning bodies wtere asked to rank the applicants accord- ing to competitive excellence in their respective sport. The applicants were then review- ed by a national selection committee and recipeints were then identified for the consideration and approval of Health and Welfare Minister Marc Lalonde. Values of the individual awards are based on the level of education being undertak- en. University students re- ceive SI.800. those in com- munity colleges or equiva- lent institutions and high school students One of the primary pur- poses of the grants is to as- sist Canadians who wish to combine educational and competitive careers. Named to receive grants In Lethbridge were Judoki Phil Jllingworth and Grieg Wheel- er, swimmer Wendy Kasting and rower John Wilkinson. Erik Fish, a swimmer from Medicine Hat and Don Gra- ham, a Gas City Golfer, join- ed Betty Baxter of Brooks as the other southern recipeints. Miss Baxter excels at volley- ball. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago Pittsburgh New York Montreal St Louis Philadelphia East W L Pet. GBL ii M yii 22 20 524 3V2 21 22 488 23 452 20 25 444 19 28 404 West San Francisco 33 20 .623 Los Angeles 31 19 620 29 20 558 27 22 551 6Vs 7 9 Houston Cincinnati Atlanta 3V: 4 183 0 375 12' 2 San Diego..... 17 33 .340 14Vi FRIDAY'S RESULTS Atlanta 003 000 500- t 13 fl Chicago 301 300 7 M 2 Harrison, House Dobson (S) P Neikro (7) and Dates, HootOfi, Gura Aker (14) (7) and Hund- ley. Hrs Williams (2) (2) JOO 009 6 10 fl Pittsburgh 005 020 9 10 2 McGlothlm, Sprague (0-2) Hall Borbon Gullett (8) and Bench, Blass (3-31, Johnson Rook- er (71, Giusti (9) and May HRs Sanguillen Hebner Houston en 1 I 8 St. Louis 200 020 480 Reuss (6-3) York (7) and Edwards, Cleveland Segul (8) and Sim- rrtons New York 000 000- 0 San Diego 000 490 Koosman C5-41, McGraw (8) and Dyer, Grelf end Kendall Philadelphia 100 000 4 San Francisco MO 100 S Twitchel Scarce (8) and Boone, Bryant '8-3) and Rader. HR. (111 Montreal 001 OH 5 Las Angeln MO 001 1 4 1 Moore Walker (8> and Boc- cabella; Sutton (7 3) and Ferguson. LEAGUE LEADERS Watson, Htn Fairly, Mon Maddox, SF cash, Pgh Mota, LA Grubb, SD Lopes, LA Matthews, SF Torre, SL ROblnson, Phi AB R 185 36 111 14 14? 16 141 24 119 15 146 23 135 21 15U 21 130 16 120 19 H Pet. 66 357 38 342 51 .342 48 340 40 336 49 .336 45 333 45 333 43 331 39 .325 AMERICAN LEAGUE EasI Delroil New York Boston Baltimore Milwaukee Cleveland Chicago California Minnesota Kansas City Oakland Texas West W 26 24 21 20 20 20 I 27 25 ?5 28 24 16 L Pet. GBL 21 553 24 500 2' 2 23 477 3W 22 3Va 26 435 28 417 6' 2 16 628 20 556 3 20 556 3 23 549 3 25 490 28 .364 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Calrforn a 003 020 S New York 100 00 and Kisnyer, Kekich Beene (4) and Munson. HR 11) Oakland no 000 5 7 i Boston 301 000 i 12 Hamilton '0-D, Fingers (8) and Fosse Pattln (4-7) and Fisk HRs- Mangual Fisk Pttrocelli (8) Chicago 000 01C S 10 Milwaukee 001 121 5 14 0 Wood Johnson and Herr- mann, Short Lockwood Linzy (9) and Rodriguez. HRs Herrman (5) Detroit Ifll 002 I 12 Minnesota 000 200 371 Coleman Hiller (7) and Free han, Kaat Corbm (1) Golti (5) Decker (8) and Mitterwald HRs: Det Stanley Mm Mitterwald Walton Holt (3) Cleveland 010 030 4 4 Kansas City 2001W S J Tidrow, Hllgendorf (2-1) (7> and Duncan, Drago (5-4) and Healy, Taylor (8) HRs- Bevacqua (1) Bairmore 000 002 t'O 000 t 1 Texas 100 Oil 000 WO M 0 Alexander, Reynolds ri-3) (7) Jack- son (14) and Etchebarren 171, Merritt, Dunmg (o) Hudson (7> Foucault (8) Paul (4-3) (11) and Bil- lings LEAGUE LEADERS Blomberg, NY Kirkpatnck, KC Kelly, Chi Allen, Chi Fisk, Braun, Mm Hart, NY Henderson, Ch! Otis, KC Johnson, Tex AB R 99 16 152 29 123 24 29 154 21 137 25 109 13 135 21 207 34 178 13 H Pet. 39 394 53 349 41 333 51 .321 49 318 43 314 34 312 42 311 63 304 54 .303 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE LTD. :ti or j.7 -1445 ;