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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihurlday, Jung 22, 1972 IKE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 IT'S I TRYA WHAT ONER THINK OF MS NEW DRESS, LOOK NICE WHAT rsOTiCe C'VERTAKE? I'M TUST BY J WVE OWCED, REMEMBEK WHEN WE FIRST MET; T WAS A PICTURE- BUT THEY WERE SILENT IN THOSE Gaylord Perry ivins llth encounter Bryant's actions bring Fox to his knees Fail to show respect, says McCarver Management in the wrong CINCINNATI (AP) Tim McCarver, twice traded, says baseball's management misses lls chance for peace with the players by failing to show re- spect. "Being traded Is something I'm acclimatized says Mc- Carver, now a member of Mont- real Expos after a long tenure with SI. Louis and a two-year stopover in Philadelpliia. "Bui it would be easier to ac- cept if the people being traded, Race results EDMONTON 1CP) North lands Park raca results Wednesday FIRST tl.400, claiming, 2 year olds, 5 fur- lOTOS China'! Sun Joact, Sglda Star, Bat's Last, Slngdown also ran. QJiNElLA: OPTIMISTS WIN 18-11 The Lelhbridge Junior Opt mists picked up an 18-11 vie tory over Park Plaza in Com mercial Ladies' Fastball Leagu play Wednesday night. Debbie Borzel besled Calh; Millar on the mound. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The way San Francisco Giants are going this season, it was bound to happen. They've finally brought manager Charlie Fox to his knees. Defending National League West champions, the Giants have spent most of the 1972 baseball season buried at the Hlom of their division. Tem- rs grow short in the kind of ampaigQ the Giants are living rough and last weekend man- jer Fox and pitcher Ron ryant exchanged angry words. "If Bryant brings in a shut said Fox before sending e lefty out to face Chicago ubs Wednesday, "I'll go out on y hands and knees to him." With the manager's foot posi- oned neatly in front of his outh, Bryant naturally anked the Cubs 2-0 on a two- tier. Fox came out to congrat- ate him and did a neat sa- am, just as he had promised. In other National League ames Wednesday night, Cin- nnati Reds regained firsl ace in the West, knocking off :ontreal Expos B-4 while New ork Mets were topping Hous- m Astros 5-4. The Mets crepl five percentage points of rst place Pittsburgh Pirates in le East race as the Pirates xiwed to Los Angeles Dodgers -3 in 10 innings. Philadelphia h i 11 i e s oulslugged Atlant. Braves 9-7 and St. Louis Card! ala routed San Diego Padres 4-3. JUBS HELD TO SINGLES 'The added pressure in thi game probably made it the nost important I ever aid Bryant, who seemed em larrassed by Fox' performance 'he Cubs were embarrassed by Bryant, managing only a leadoi by Don Kessinger and ai eighth-inning single by Billy Villiams. The Giants used consecutlv singles by Dave Rader, Ala allagher and Tito Fuentes fo a run in the second and adde< wo more in the fifth on KB: from the Phillies, McCarver says, but he never heard from Philadelphia general manager Paul Owens. "At McCarver says, just thought Owens was new that he didn't know he shoult call me. But after the seconc day it upset me. "I played pretty well fo them. I may not do that well 01 the ball field (he has been i: two all-star games and has lifetime batting average o about .275) but I wanted to b treated with respect." The trade has meant changes for McCarver, professionall and in his personal life. He ha just put down on a Phila delphia apartment and was coi sidering moving there perma nently from his hometown o Memphis, Tenn, "Philadelphia Is a s u p e says the 30-year-old ath lele. "I'd like to have settle there." Playing left field also Is challenge. "I've got a lot ot Mi Carver says, "and I know have a lot of work to do, but Mink I have the ability, wil work, to do a good job there." When Cleveland Indians ar- ved in Minnesota on Tuesday, manager Rigney found a jbe of sticky ointment on his esk, courtesy of Perry. Higney ad accused the veteran right- ander of doctoring the baseball hen Perry beat the Twins and ert Blyleven 7-1 two weeks go. So Perry rubbed it in again y beating the Ely- Wednesday night. Elsewhere in the American -eague, Detroit Tigers took over undisputed possession of first place in the East Division by downing Oakland Athletics 5-2 while California Angels top- pled Baltimore Orioles 6-3. Chi- cago White Sox trounced Mil- waukee Brewers 9-3 and Boston Red Sox outslugged Texas Rangers 10-9 in 11 innings. Kan- sas City Royals and New York Yankees were rained out. Perry, who has been accused of putting every thing from sa- liva to greasy kid stuff on the baseball, didn't have his best stulf but still joined Chicago's Wilbur Wood and Detroit's Mickey Lolich as t h e major leagues' only 11-game winners. DEFENCE GOOD Shortstop Frank Duffy made two fine catches of line drives and third baseman Graig Nettles bailed Perry out of a sticky sit- uation in the ninth. With one run already in, two on and two out, Nettles knocked down a smash by Harmon Killebrew and turned it into a game-end- ing forceout. Ray Fossa homered for ths Indians in the second inning and Duf [y followed with a triple and scored on Del Unscr's sacrifice fly. The Indians got the decisive- runs in eighth against re- liever Chris Nettles homered. Tom Timmerman pitched De- troit into sole possession of first place by checking Oakland on five hits, including Mike Ep- stein's eighth-inning homer. Dave Lalloche when Chambliis walked and Wednesday tourney draws 72 entries Baceda, Easthope share honors Enso Baceda of Lethbridge 'as all smiles Wednesday at Jenderson Lake Golf Club. "This makes up for all the inies I've paid (his he aid as he collected the lions hare of the loot up for grabs n the one day Lethbridge Brewery High handicap golf .ournatnent. Baceda topped the field o[ 72 entries with a gross 78. His 15 handicap gave Mm a 63 for net and won him (lie Brewery iro- phy as well as a set of matched irons. Baceda replaces G o r d on Scroggie, last year's winner ol the one day event for golfers with handicaps of 15 or over. The winner was pushed to the limit by Brian Easthope of lits by Ken Henderson an Dave Kingman. The loss was the 10th hi 15 de- cisions against left-handers fo the Cubs this season an snapped a seven-game Cub win ning streak. Cincinnati spoiled Montrea an early three-run lead and the bounced from beliind to ove take the Expos and reclaim first place in the West. Pete Eose tripled home two runs in the second inning and then triggered a three-run fifth with a leadoff single to spark the Reds' rally. It was his triple that got the Reds back in busi- ness. GIVES ROSE CREDIT 'I think Pete won the game with that said manager Sparky Anderson. "We're three runs down and he stings the ball up the alley." Rose agreed that his triple was the big hit lor the Reds. "Scoring with two out picks you up and takes the steam out of the other the peppery outfielder said. Gaylord Perry didn't have much Wednesday night probably because he gave it to Bill lUgney the night before. IT'S HIS BAG BUT THE CLUBS ARE MINE Enso left, Brian Easthope of Taber the use of his irons, but just for a moment. Baceda, of Lelhbridge, won high-handicap tourney at Henderson Lake Wed- nesday with Easthope runner-up. 'aber. Easthope, with a 16 andicap, fired a 79 to finisli ith a net 63 and a tie will) aceda. Tournament officials warded Baceda top prize for is 38 on the back nine. East- ope shot a 41 coming home. Easthope, however, didn't go ome empty handed as he icked up a golf bag and head overs for his efforts. Andy Konno, another Taber Kotmaker, won the low gross e bested Vic Royer of the ity. Both finished with 87. Wai- er Koynagi was third with a In the net bracket of the rst division Dave Stevens was winner with 68 while second lace went to Don Maclean 'ith a 71. Dennis Kjeldgaard losed with a 72. Jim Vickers topped the com- jetition in gross play in the econd division. Ills B6 was two trokcs better than the 88 fired y Mark Green. Ewan Mac- kenzie was tliird with a 91. Joe lezaros won low net in the second division with a 65. Gord Carpenter also fired a 65 but had to settle for the runner-up spot. John Woolf was third. Joe Green fired a 97 and won [he third division. Green was four strokes better than Len Messier of Calgary. Bob Watt, with a 106, placed third. Tom Medoruma lopped tho low net section with a G5. Ron Caldwell was second at 71 fol- lowed by Hartley Leppard with a 72. Similar events as the Leth- bridge tourney will be held in Edmonton and Calgary. Golf league LAKESIDE WOMEN'S Low net Kay Rehar, Max- ines 37. Low gross Edilli Faulkner, Mayfair Vogue, 51. Low team net Value Vil- lage, Jill Tluessen, Thelma Coutls. Joyce Erickson, Jean Ching-170. STANDINGS Seemans Fayes Apparel ___ Value Village AAildred Skrove fAaxines Mayfair Vogue 10 SPEEDS JAPAN FRANCE CANADA and ENGLAND OVER 300 IN STOCK .85 BERT MACS CYCLE LIMITED "Your complete bike headquarter! In South Albert o" 913 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 327-3221 ClOSED MONDAY Daily S a.m. fo p.m. Thurtday and Friday 8 a.m. fo 9 p.m. total of a week to servt you. CHESTER POCZA tnvires YOU to in ant! MS our selection of T972 CHEVROLET TRUCKS BILL GIBSON Invites you to coma in and see our great selection of 1972 OLDSMOBILES MURRAY BULLOCK Invites you to come in and see our fabulous selection of 1972 CHEVELIES home of better deals... Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile FABULOUS SUMMER SAVINGS! WE NEED TRADE-INS All makes and models Don't wait... see your favorite Beny salesman now! STAN ROBERTS Invites you to tee the great new Tl CHEVY NOVAS A greet selection a wo lit yov BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CONVENIENT GMAC TERMS MOTORS INSURANCE CORPORATION. (DO MAIN GARAGE OK SUPERMARKET LOT Phone 328-1TOI Connect! all depts. BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK AT BENY'S OR YOU MAY PAY TOO MUCH JACK WYATT Invifet you to see him ot I Beny's for a great selection of 1972 CHEVROLETS ;