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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGI HWAID June 12, W3 Tack.....-......... Nichlaus CONCENTRATE en in the WIND CONTROLLING SHOTS IN STRONfc WINDS DEPENDS LflRGELY ON CONTROLLING BflLflNCE, WHICH IN TURN REQUIRES SPECIflL DEGREES OF CONCENTRflTlON. I DO LITTLE IN THE WRY OF RLTERING MV SWING-.-SUCH RS SHORTENING ITS OR WIDENING MY STRNCE. PERHRPS I DO SWING ft MORE FLftT-FOOTED." iTHE'MfllN THINGj II DO IS TO STRIVE! KEEP MY 6RLflNCE. THIS I SOLVES MOST OFj THE GU5TY VU1NQJ PROBLEM flNDl _ [OPENS THE WRY- fl SMOOTH J fUNHURRlEDf SSWING.I Winning is still the most important thing Gibson passes Dunning in strikeout parade By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Strikeout records are okay, says Bob Gibson, but they don't beat winning games. "The No. 1 thing as far as I'm concerned is still 20 vic- tories this said the St. Louis Cardinals' ace Monday night after blazing into second place on the all-tLme strikeout list during a 12-4 triumph over Cincinnati Reds. Gibson struck out nine batters in the National League baseball game to raise his career mark Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Monday: FIRST claiming, 3 year olcis, 7 fur- longs. Aloof 'Shields) 6.SO 3.10 3.00, Mystical Arts 'Watson' 3.30 C-rog Shop 'Giesbrecht) 6.-'.0. Time: 3-5. A Mistake, Angie Sue, Thirteen Of Hearts, Flying Speed. Tiger Tim also ran. SECOND SMW, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 tjr- KVwmite i Kipling) 3.30 2.80 J.-tO, Glen's Melodee (Parsons) -1.60 3.50, Shelly M 'Morris) 2.90. Time: Gallant Senor. Look Out Sricopy also ran. Track Scratch Bar Quest. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD SMflO, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Cheat The Bull (Hedge) 39.90 6.40 4.30, Countess Belinda (Rasmussen) 2.60 2.40, Battle Match (Wiseman) 3.50. Time: J-S. Reserved Speed, Blue Twist, John Cyclops, Hops Dream also ran. Track Scratch Cranfield. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Ky Honor (Morris) 7.40 i.10 3.10, Miss Stuart (.Shields') 5.10 3.70, June Fire North (Whittle! 3.30. Time: 1-5. Miss Ballaspree, May Trip, Tallyho Joe. Rub The Lamp, Roving .Doctor Also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Scotch Indian (Kipling) 3.40 2.40 2.10, I Sultan's Dairy CMcCsuIey) 2.80 2.40, End Blues iphelan) 2.70. Time: 2-5. White Fleet, Kelly H, S Long Fellas. It's Happening, Fantastic Summer also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH handicap, 2 year olds, S fur- longs. Gaelic (Rasmussen) 8.20 7.SO 4.40, West 'Parsons) 8.20 7-50 4.40, Carys Son (Stadnyk) 3.50. 1 Time: Darch, Madam Pride, Stormy Spir- it, Wandering ?lso ran. Ti-' Farm entry. SEVENTH SI.900, allo'At.. olds, 7 fur- longs. Cyfernity (Morris) 17.90 7.30 4.00, Win A Point (Whittle') 4.90 3.60, Bel- mont Road (Giesbrecht) 3.70. Time: 4-5. Pentode Pete, Sherzad, White Rose ErII, Free To Travel, Able Dancer also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, IVs miles. Mapnum's Treasure (Phelsn) 6.10 2.30 2.30, Honor And Glory (McCau- ley) 2.70 2.30, Grand Stride (Morris) 2.SO. Time: OLT Dandy, Destiny: Favour alio ran. j NINTH i claiming, 4 year olds and up, i 7 furlongs. i Forest Heights 'Phelanl 5.10 3.30 2.40, West Wind Gal 'Whittle) 4.20 3.20, I Dav Will Come (Gold) 2.80. I Time: 3-5. Jody Star, special Bout, Tropic Tide, Speeds Beauty, Royal Tanner alro ran. I QUINELLA: 110.50. Richard a Hab for two more MONTREAL (CP) Henri Richard will play two more sea- sons for Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League. The club announced at a news conference Monday that the 37- year-old veteran of 18 National Hockey League seasons has agreed to a two-year deal. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed although there were reports the deal is a year. It will make him the highest paid player ever on the club. Many thought that when Rich- ard skated around Chicago Sta- dium with the Stanley Cup on the night of May 10, it would be the last time they would see him in the Canadiens' red, white and blue. It was the llth time Richard had played on a Cup winner and it set an NHL record. But the fervent Montreal hockey fans wrote Richard ask-1 ing him to stay on and the let- ters played a big part in Rich- ard's decision. "I got a lot of letters from the hockey fans telling me they didn't want me to Rich- ard said. "It was the biggest factor in my decision to con- tinue. "I didn't meet one person who told me I should retire." TALKED WITH AEROS Richard had received an offer from. Houston Aeros to jump to the rival World Hockey Associ- ation and the Aero deal was worth a reported a year. "I had to consider the offer seriously. They were offering me a lot of money." Richard said he met with Ca- nadiens general manager Sam Pollock last Monday and told him what he wanted in the way of a deal from Montreal, other- wise he would not play. Minor ball The Pirates registered an j easy 6-1 victory over the j Braves in Norcrest Little League action Monday night. Rodney Tomita earned the while Merlyn Bunnage was handed the loss. Shawn Keenan led the win- ners with a home run and dou- ble while Tomita and Gordon Melynck added a double and single each. Grant Weins managed a sin- gle in a losing cause. In Lakeside Senior League play, the Indians scored an 8-5 Win over the Orioles. Scott Parenteau picked up the win but needed relief help from Brent Maxwell. Brent Lang was tagged with j the loss giving up six hits. i Maxwell and Brian Robinson poked out a single for the win- ners and Lang aided his own cause with three singles and two RBi's. In a Lakeside Little League match, the Yankees whipped the Tigers 22-6 with Jeff Kro- kosh besting Doug Richardson on the mound. Krokosh stroked a double and single for the Yankees while Ken Rodzinyafc tapped two sin- gles in a losing cause. In Norcrest Senior Liitle League John Wagontall struck out 13 and allowed just thrse hits as the Dodgers blanked the Braves 14-0. John Mackley was the loser. He fanned 11 but also gave up 11 hits. Richard Sbardlow stroked a double and three singles for the Dodgers while Gordon Keith rapped out a double and two singles. I In Norcrest Farm League play the Wolves got to the Lions by a count as Brian Osberg allowed just four hits while striking out nires. Loser Don Jackson had 12 strikeouts but was rapped for 13 hits includ- ing a home run and a single by Marischal DeArmond. Ken Tweeter replied with a home run and single for the Lions. Barry Coghlin was the win- ner on a two-hitter as the As- tros trounced the Cubs 23-1 in Norcrest Little League. Don Reedyk was the loser. Jamie Coghlin had a double and a single for the Astros while Barry Coghlin and Clint Bonnet each had two singles. LONGDEN COULD RETURN LOS ANGELES (AP) Johnny Longden, once the win- ningest jockey in racing history and now a 66-year-old grand-fa- ther, says he may come out of retirement to ride again this summer. "I may ride in a few races at Longacres when I send some of my horses up to Wash- ington this he said in a recent interview. Arthritis in his hands is "not bothering me at all any more." Longden quit riding seven years ago with 032 victories in a world record races over 40 years and began training thoroughbreds, working longer hours than he did as a jockey. Will it melloiv him? Avery to take a bride CHICAGO fAP) Avery Brundage, 85-year-old former j president of the International Olympic Committee will marry a 37-year-old German princess who served as a hostess at the 1972 Munich Games. The bride to be is Mariann Princess Reuss, a descendant of a royal family and related to most of the royal houses of Eu- rope. Announcement of the engage- ment .was made jointly Monday by the multi-millionaire Chicago hotel owner and the mother of the future bride, Stephanie Princess Reuss, of Garmisch- Partehkirchen, Germany. "The princess and I have common Brundage said. "She is an excellent skier. I have been associated with sports most of my life. MATURE FOR HER AGE I "This is not a .Tune-December wedding. The princess and her i family lived through a horrible' war, and she is very mature for her age. People say I am young for my age. I think instead of it being 85-37, it is more like 55- 46.' Princess Mariann speaks French, German, English, Greek, Italian and Spanish. She and her family, who once ruled the little kingdom of Reuss, were in the Eastern Zone when the country was divided after the Second World War. Although her father was a German officer who served in both Denmark and Russia, the family was stripped of all its possessions by the Communists. The princess was eight years old and her brother 10 when they were smuggled into the Western Zone by friends, their parents following later. The fa- ther died in 1967. Brundage said he did not! know when the marriage would take place. "In Europe, mar- riage is a tradition which re- quires a great deal of formal preparation.' The former IOC chief said he had been besieged by reports of an impending marriage for the last several weeks. German newspapers have carried large headlines on the romance and a London paper reported the two j already were married. i Brundage, who made his for- j tune through real estate devel- opment in Chicago, owns the Chicago La Salle Hotel and has extensive real estate holdings in Santa Barbara, Calif., including the Montecito. Country Club, which he frequently has used as a headquarters. Brundage was IOC president from 1952 through 1972 and dur- ing that period was the centre of controversy because of his fight against commercial and political infringements on the Games. His wife, Elizabeth, died al- most two years ago. i to 2.862. That moved him ahead of Jim Bunning's strike- outs and left him behind Walter Johnson's "Anytime you do something that gets you into the record books, it's something you will think about once you get the gams said Gibson. "Dur- ing the game, however, nothing you do is as important as win- ning. "I never go into a game with strikeouts on my mind. I think about striking out somebody once I get two strikes on him. more satis- fying to me than anything else." In other National League games, Atlanta Braves defeated Pittsburgh Pirates 9-7; San Francisco Giants edged New York Mets 2-1 and Los Angeles Dodgers trimmed Philadelphia Phillies 5-3. Milwaukee Brewers defeated Minnesota Twins 10-6 in the only American League game. Gibson, fanned Cincinnati pitcher Ed Sprague for his strikeout to move ahead of Bunning, a right-hander who pitched most of his career with Detroit Tigers and the Phillies. The Cardinals took a 2-0 lead off Cincinnati starter Don Gul- lett in the first on a run-scoring double by Ted Sizemore and RBI single by Luis Melendez. After the Reds tied the game on Joe Morgan's two-run homer in their half of the first, the Cards put the game away with a five-run second including Ken Reitz' home run. Incidentally, if Gibson wants those 20 victories this season, he'd better hurry. He only has five so far, and six defeats. Hank Aaron hit a three-run homer, the 689th of Ms career, to highlight a six-run fourth that carried Atlanta past Pitts- RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 SPORT burgh. Aaron's shot, his 16th this year, moved him 25 behind Babe Ruth's 714. Ron Bryant became the Na- tional League's first 10-game winner, pitching San Francisco over New York with ninth-in- ning relief help. 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