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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta jKn. 7, 1972 THE LE1HBRIDGE HIRAID 13 Lakers saw 17 third strikes Giants were right up to Parr CUT DOWN COMING HOME Phil Kelber (22) of the Calgary Giants finds Doug Yorgason of the lethbridae lakers waiting for him as he tries to come home on double by teammate Stew Herron in Tuesday's Alberta Major Baseball League game at Henderson Park. Gianls bested the Lokers 7-1 before better than 800. (Phil Faulds Photo) Phillies have won once in last 20 games Lucchesi will never surrender By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Thank God I don't have a radio show this says manager Frank Lucchesi of Philadelphia Phillies. would I "What What can you say when your team has lost 19 ot 20 games. The inept Phillies lost again, lliis time to Houston Astros 4-3 Tuesday night, and left their manager almost speechless. "You'll never see a white Hag The Philadelphia ma n a ge I'll never saidiment attempted to help out happy-go-lucky Lucchesi, I their woeful wastrels by tryinf the ttle napPy-RO-lUCKy UUCCIlcal, LUCI, who must be laughing on the to put on a hex before the game outside, but crying on the in- at Veterans Stadium. side. Boulton low qualifier Duffers tourney set The Lethbridge Brewery will once agfin sponsor, in co-oper- ation with Henderson Lake Golf Club, a one-day tourney f o r duffers. 'Set for Wednesday, June 21, the one-day 18-hole event is for male golfers with handicaps of 15 or over. All golfers must be 18 or over. Entry fee has been set at The number of entries will be limited to 50 golfers. Prizes will be awarded to each flight winner with the overall champi- on receiving the Lethbridge Brewery trophy. There will not be a playoff among tourney winners. Similar events are planned for Red Deer, Calgary and Edmonton. Entries can be made at the Sometimes it's smart golf to chip from the sand. This situation arises when the sand is wet or ex- tremely firm, which would make it difficult to get the clubhead through, when you're in a shallow trap with no lip between you and the green. Use a high iron (7, 8 or play the ball off the left inslcp, and put your weight to the left, with your hands well ahead. The swing is more arm and shoulder than hands, with the clubhead moving back and through as low as possible, and hitting the tall before the sand. W2 NAT'l. Syn. E3K 20 i They had a Turn-Aroum Night, asking the crowd to tak the seventh-inning strelch in th third inning, introduced the i players last name first, sang Goodnight Sweetheart at the be- ginning of the game, played the j national anthem earlier than usual and made the ushers wear their caps backwards and their identification badges on their backs. DOESN'T HELP A total of 16 golfers are in the I It didn't help because they hampionship flight while an- didn't take into account pitchei ther eight form the first flight Dave Roberts' two-run homer nd a like number in the sec- and a fine relief performance nd flight. by Houston's Fred Gladding in The qualifying round wa s the ninth. jlayed at Henderson at t h e In the National League's other weekend. games, New York Mete turned event back C was Torn Boullon wnn a 72, lanta ubhouse at Henderson. Meanwhile, the club, champi- nship at the Lake is under vay By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Henderson Lake Ball Park a Parr live course? Ray Pai-r, a native o! Spo- kane, Washington thinks it is. Parr, who arrived in Calgary at Tuesday afternoon, made his first appearance in the Alberta Major Baseball League at Henderson Park Tuesday evening and before better than 800 faithful fans al- lowed just five hits as the Cal- gary Gianls belted Lethbridge Lakers 7-1. "Washington State Is a long way from said the left-handed, 21-year-old, after he had just pushed the Lakers to a 6-2 mark wilh a 17 strike- out performance. Lakers, who had reeled off six wins without a loss, fell to their second straight setback Tuesday evening. "You can' bet we're a hungry ball club said coach John Vaselenak after Tuesday's loss. Lakers dropped a decisive 14 4 encounter in Edmonton to the Tigers Sunday afternoon and were looking for a win Tuesday. The left-handed slants of Parr etlled the Issue early. The Giants scored two runs n the first inning and followed with three more in the third. Rod Taylor suffered his first loss in the league after three straight wins. Taylor had trou- sle in the early innings as the Giants' bats boomed. He settled down after the fourth inning but by that time it was too late. Lyle Moffal and Phil Kelber did most of the damage for the Giants as they each got to Tay- lor for a triple and a single. Moffat scored four runs as he was the recipient of walks his irst two times at the plate. Stew Herron chipped In with a double for the Giants. Howie Heggedal, who scored the winning run last Tuesday when the Lakers edged the Gi- ants 4-3 in an extra Inning, got to Parr lor two singles. Rob Roy stroked a triple in a losing cause. Gianls lost coach Mark Jones in the top of the seventh "The Lakers looked flatter than a bingo card laying on a Randy Maxwell should get the nod for the locals in to- night's game wilh the Jimmies Contrary to the feelings of some people, the sooner (hey gel throe umpires on the field the belter There should he one man ahead ol the play al all times There was very lillle trouble leaving the ball park Tuesday as the cily saw fit to open everything but the flood gates at the St. Mary's Dam. Sf Parr tl.O) end .McCaufey; Taylor (Ml and Elks 320 Wfl WX-5 1 4 Gullert (0-1) arid Woddtc, Thompson flaltou (1-2) and Vart Ornurn. Pulford lo coach ROD TAYLOR strikeouts weren't Tuesday His 1 enough Clarke selected MONTREAL (CP) Bobby i o! Minnesota and Alex Delvee- arke, 22-year-old centre wilh chio of Detroit Red Wings m liladelphia Flyers ot the Na-1 ihis year's voting, ional Hockey League, has been previous Mastcrton Trophy elected as the winner of the Wjnner6 were Claude Provost, lasterton Memorial Trophy for jiontre3i, 1967-68; Red Hamp- le 1971-72 season by the Profes- E0tl California, 1868-69; Pit onal Hockey Writers' Associa- Chicago, 1969-70; and on, it was announced today. jcan Ratellc, New York, 1870- The trophy is awarded an- 71. ually in memory of Bill Mas- Meanwhile in Montreal Bob erton of Minnesota North Stars Pulford, 35-year-old captain of vho was fatally injured in a LOS Angeles Kings last season, game Jan. 15, 1963. The trophy Was appointed coach ot s given to Ihc NHL. player hne National Hockey League 'who best exemplifies the quail- team. ties of perseverance, sports- A spokesman for the Los An- manship and dedica tionto revealed no contract hockey.'.' details other than the fact the Clarke beat out Charlie Bums contract was lor more than one inning when he argued too strongly a call at third base by umpire Keith Aiken. Lakers travel to Calgary this evening for a game with the unbeaten Jimmies. The Cal gary club has a 5-0 mark. Meanwhile in Red Deer the host Elks scored all their runs also be eligible for play in the Diego. Herald Country Dislricts. They After Houston came up with will meet four golfers from the two runs in the first inning on Country Club as well as four Bob Watson's run-scoring single from Taber for the right to ad- and an infield error, Roberts ance to the Alberta Jinal. drove in the Astros' winn ng Richard Andreachuk and runs with his two-run shot in the G'fff Stroh fired 77' s Sunday fourth. while at 78 was Bernie Carrier. Tne left-hander had the 4-0 ,A1 Kenwood, Randy Andrea- iead into the ninth, when chuk, Brian Geddes and Rob Philadelphia rallied. Larry Forrest finished at 79 while at 1 Bowa's single, a walk and Greg 5-4 league win over Edmonton Blue Willows Tuesday. Elks jumped on losing pitch er Bruce Gullett for three un- earned runs in the first inning and added two in the second, on a single and four walks. Willows narrowed the score to 3-2 at the top of the second off winner Cliff Ballou but or 80 were Joe Kenwood, Bill Kar one-out double gave 80 were Joe enwoo, Lmjnsi's one-ou oue bashewski, Greg Park' and phillles their first run. Glad- Lloyd Kanewischer, the defend- 1 djng came on aruj fed a two-run ROB ROY Managed triple in a losing cause. Native Sons bounce Ebony again Lethbridge Native Sons came home happy as they remained unbeaten against the Taber Ebony Hawks in Southern Al- berta Lacrosse League action Tuesday night. The Sons picked up their third win over the Hawks wilh a 10-9 decision in Taber last four games the Sons have beaten the Hawks 8-7, 11-6 and i and tied another 7-7. year. Pulford succeeds Freddie I Glover who was fired at the end of last season. During his 16 seasons as an NHL forward Pul- ford scored 281 goals and added another 25 during playoff sea- sons when he was a member m j Toronto Maple Leafs for 14 years. Last season Pulford scored 1! Gaudaur to stay host Elks scored all their runs in the first two innings for a tlVC UlOl'C yGBl S Davidson top athlete CALGARY (CP) Goaltena- er John Davidson of Calgary itgon, thelcentennials, named the most Hawks rifled in two goals dur- valuable player in the Western ing the final two minutes of I Canada Hockey League this play, hut couldn't come up with r another honor to ng club champion. Garry Jones, Murray arry on, ree Deore nd Ken Boulton deadlocked at Johnson on a winding 1 for the final spot and Jones up the game a flourish, von the toss. Mills and Boulton out Willie Montanez. vere relegated to the first Tornmje knocked in Tommie Agee knocked in the i winning run with a seventh-in- of 18-hole roatch ni as New York halted play rounds mil cut the 16 low seven-game' win- qualifiers down to eight in the nj stveak Tug McGraw pre- .....----w served {he ]ead tor Jim Mills single Freed to pinch-hitter before getting Deron light. A series could only get two more runs, both in the fourth. Willows loaded the bases at the top of the seventh, then Ballou struck out Archie Curtis to end the rally. Gullet held the Elks to seven hits but gave up seven walks. The Willows apped Ballou for 12 hits and hree walks. EXTRA INNINGS Howie Heggedal got the first hit off Ray Parr, a single in the bot- tom of the fourth inning Centre field played tricks with the Lakers Tuesday night Three fly balls dropped in RE GIN A (CP) W. E. Clarke, president of the Cana- dian Football League, an- nounced today that commis- sioner Jake Gaudaur has had his term of office lengthened by an additional five years. Gaudaur, whose present term of office does not expire until the spring of 1973, became com- missioner in 1968. Terms of the new five-year contract were not disclosed. the equalizer. The Sons, who lead in league with 11 held Pel> iod leads of 4-3 and M. Dwayne Kirchner, Norm Hall and Bob Monkman led the Sons with two goals each while Wayne Bowes, Don Kitchen, Ken Hammerstedt and Jerry St. Jean added singles. Ken Gregus was outstanding m a losing cause flipping in four goals while Ron Low aided ith a pair. Roger Brian Luco and Jack Taylor chipped in with a goal each. The Sons will see acuon again tonight as they host the Calgary Shamrocks at the list Tuesday night. The 19 year old Ottawa- born rookie was selected as tha Calgary athlete of the year, beating out four others In the final selection. Others in the running were Wayne Harris and Herm Harri- son of Calgary Stampeders in the Western Football Confer- ence; skier Jim Hunter, mem- ber of the national team and wrestler football player Keller from the University of Calgary. Davidson had the best goals- against average in the WCHL Henderson Lake Ice Centre. during the 1971 72 season and was picked up by Edmonton Oil Kings for the Memorial Cup playoffs last month._____ next two weeks. The matches, which will he decided over the next two weeks are Tom Boulton vs Randy Andreadhuk, Ric h a r d Andreachuk vs Karbashewski, Ully vs Forrest, Carrier vs Kanewischer, Brown vs Ged- des, Stroh vs Park, Murrell vs Joe Kenwood and Al Kenwood vs Jones. Also at Henderson Friday night is a mixed four ball tourney. Action gets under way at six o'clock and entries are being accepted in the pro-shop. Me Andrew's fifth victory am the reliever's ninth save of the year. McGraw also has three victories, giving him a hand in 12 of the Mets' 32 victories that lead all major league teams. Johnny Bench continued his t o r r i e d home-run spanking No. 14 of the year to give the Reds a short-lived 2-0 lead in the fourth. Atlanta scored three runs in the third inning, two on a home run by Darrcll Evans, to beat Montreal. ree y Two behind Tim Negrello and one back of Greg Hamilton One fan may have said it al after the game was over. Juniors triumph Lelhbridge Junior Optimists dumped Great West Tires 11 in Women's Fastball League action Tuesday. Val Orr was the winner as she got three home run aid from her mates as well as bell- ing one herself. Sue Gash, Debby Borzel and Dovlyn List each had a home Orioles fall four games oH the pace Sonny Siebert spends little time thinking tn hitlntn a ral- BeEeie Jackson's three By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sonny Siebert doesn't like to think about what he's doing on the mound, and he didn't Give Chicago White Sox much time to think about it, either. Boston's big right-hander whizzed past Chicago's heavy- hitting line-up Tuesday night in less than two hours, spinning a four-hitter in the Red Sox' 2-0 victory. In the rest of the American League, Minnesota Twins edged Ballimore Orioles 5-4 in 15 in- nings, Texas Rangers tripped New York Yankees 6-3, Oakland Athletics beat Cleveland Indians 7-2, Kansas City Royals de- feated Milwaukee Brewers