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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI IITHBRIDGI HERAID Monday, Junt 25, 1973 Giants fall five Barnes off pace Reds don't like McAAullen much With ballet grace Ron Richard of Edmonton hurls the discu: Saturdcry as he takes pert in the Knightt of Columbus Pentathlon at the Civic Centre. Richard finished second ir> the juvemlo boys' competition behind Lethbridge's Don Malesza.___________________ Mohaivks get even Jackson scores seven Revenge was sweet for Rick Credico and his Lethbridge Midget Mohawks Satufday night. Mohawks were unbeaten, with the exception of a setback at the hands of Calgary Baw- den Braves. Braves, however, went home to Calgary on the wrong end of a 16-12 count aad are now tied with the Mohawks with 11-1 records. Sunday's game was won by the Mohawks by de- fault. Dave Jackson was brilliant Junior playoff ends in draw The southern zone junior baseball final will have to be settled in Lethbridge sometime this week. Four clubs, including Orion, Okotoks, Milk River and Leth- bridge took part in the two- day, double knockout final in Milk River over the weekend, but settled very little. Orion and Okotoks Highwood will meet in the final after set- tling into a 13-13 sawoff Sun- day afternoon in a game that lasted until late evening. The game was called due to dark- ness after eight innings. Orion led off the two-day af- fair with a 3-1 win over Leth- bridge as Mylo Stromsmos fan- ned 13. Jon Petrunie gave up four hits while striking out eight as he suffered the loss. In the second game, Oko'oks trimmed the host Milk TTiver club 16-6 as Bruce Laidlaw chalked up the win with Bill Hall's home run, triple and sin- gle to back him. Don Welsh was the losEr. Okotoks bounced Orion 14-6 in the battle of the winners Saturday night. Okotoks came up with 12 hits in the win while Orion managed just six. Lethbridge sent Milk River to the sidelines as they out- slugged the hosts 17-13 with Randy Watmough gaming the win over Jim Saga. John Sea- man supported Watmough with a home run, two doubles and a single. Orion then sent Lethbridge packing as they outlasted the locals 20-17. Both clubs came up with 14 hits while Brian Veres stroked a home run in a losing cause. Orion, needing two wins from Okotoks to win the south title, got past the Highwood club 10-7 in the afternoon contest. Craig Randle homered for Orion while Jack Dunsmore did the same for Highwood. At the close of play in the stalemate Orion had come up with 11 hits while Okotoks had stroked 33. The two clubs meet i Tuesday at Henderson at 6 p-m. for the Mohawks as he scored seven goals. Teammate Paul Byrne notched three goals and added four assists but Ken Hall was the scoring hero for the lo- cals as he set up seven goals while scoring once. Other solo markers ware scored by Dave Sazolski, Greg Montieth, Vic Tron, Doug Stephen and Tony Simioni. For Calgary, who trailed 7-3 after the first period, John Frick tallied four times with Peter Keen chipping in with three. Two goals went to Larry Brown and Ken Chewier and Cam Sinclair. Taber Ebony Hawks split a pair of Southern Alberta Ma- jor Lacrosse games over the weekend. Saturday night in Calgary the Royals dumped the Hawks 15-8 behind Don Beaur's six goals. Gary Ramses and Art Bare- ham each accounted for two goals for the Hawks while sin- gles went to Ken Gregus, Dave Smith. Arn Thorn and Ron Sunday, Smith paced the at- tack with thres goals as ttie Hawks got past Nanton Blazers 14-12. Bareham, Al Zanolli and Barry Lust each fired home a pair of goals. Singles came from Roger McAdam, Neil Goruk, Wayne Bowes, Phil Il'ingworth and Chmie'ewski. Shekton Keublar scored three times for Nanton. WANTED Employment is urgently needed for hundreds of college, university, junior and senior high school students now available for work. Female and male students are ready to fill every imaginable job opportunity for o day, a week, a month or all summer. Many of them must a job if they are to con- tinue their schooling. Can you help? Contact the STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE Across from Canada Manpower en 7th St. 5. PHONE 327-2111 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In case you were wondering, Ken McMullen still works for the Los Angeles Dodgers. And if you don't believe it, just ask the Cincinnati Reds. McMullen, all but totally ab- sent from the Los Angeles scene this season, appeared out Smith wins men's Members of the host Leth- bridge Track and Field Club won two of four divisions Sat- urday in the annual Knights of Columbus pantathlon champ- ionships. Track teams from Edmonton, Calgary and the host Leth- bridge club took part hi the one- day event. George Smith finished in first place in the men's open compe- tition after fighting off a strong bid from Jerry Klapecki of the Edmonton Olympic Club. Smith finished the one-day event with points, 52 points better than Klapecki. Brian Fryer was third with points. Bob Parkyn of Lethbridge was fifth as he amassed txiints. Armin Gerstenbuhler of Lethbridge came up with points. In juvenile boys action Don Malesza of the locals won with a total point standing- The next three places were taken by members of the Edmonton Olympic Track and Field Club, Ron Richard, Dave Alton and Jean Dumouchel. Richard earn- ed points, 12 better than Alton. Dumouchel garnered points to best Dan Wehount of the host club. Wehount scored points. Liz Vanderstam of the Uni- versity of Alberta was the clear-cut open women's champ as she compiled more points than any other competitor, 3.- 448. She was forced to be as good as she turned out to be by the efforts of Loretta Ameron- gen of the Olympic dub in Ed raonton. Amerongen scored 791 points. Delyn Harrison of Lethbridge was third at Only eight points separated Colleen Elder of Strathcona High School in Edmonton and Dawn Pearson of the Olympic Club in the juvenile women's section. Miss Elder accounted for 623 points, just enough to edge Pearson and her Terri Turner of Strathcona was thfrd. In fifth place, right behind Tammy Hursan. Diane Turner sored points. Minor baseball Lethbridge Sansei tripped Bow Island 5-1 in Centennial Bantam Baseball League ac- tion on the weekend. Sansei now meet Taber in the final. Bow Island will be in British Columbia next week- end to take part in Bantam baseball action. Alex Gepneris was the win- ner as the loss went to Kelly Byem, Gepneris farm Ed 14 while Byam struck out 10. In an exhibition game Sansei lost a 16-12 verdict. of the deep recesses of the Dodger dugout and destroyed the Reds during the weekend. The veteran third baseman ripped his second homer in as many days Sunday and drove in three runs in Los Angeles' 5-2 victory over Cincinnati. Elsewhere in the National League Sunday, Houston Astros swept a doubleheader from San Francisco Giants, 7-6 and 8-3, Philadelphia Phillies edged Montreal Expos 54, New York Mets defeated Pittsburgh Pi- rates 5-2, Chicago Cubs shut out St. Louis Cardinals 2-0 and At- lanta Braves beat San Diego Padres 6-1. In Saturday's games, Houston beat San Francisco 6-3, Pitts- burgh edged New York 3-2, St. Louis nipped Chicago 3-2, Cin- cinnati defeated Los Angeles 4- 1, then lost the nightcap 5-1, Philadelphia beat Montreal 7-2 and San Diego whipped Atlanta 2-0 and 9-3. Acquired in a seven-player deal with California, McMullen hurt his back early in the sea- son and when he recovered, rookie Ron Cey was firmly en- trenched at third base for the Dodgers. A LONG WAIT McMullen found himself a comfortable spot in the corner of the LA dugout and waited. He waited through most of April, all of May and three weeks of June, going to bat just four times. Then, on Saturday night, Cey, who was hitting .302, pulled a muscle in his arm and was forced to leave the lineup. McMuUer. came in and hit a three-run homer that helped the Dodgers beat the Reds. When he showed up at the ballpark Sunday McMullen got the nod. He responded with an- other homer and a two-run single. "How long's Cey gonna be he asked. "I got awful tired in the seventh inning be- cause I hadn't played in so long." McMullen's hot weekend helped Los Angeles open a five- game bulge over San Francisco in the NL West. Steve Garvey also homered for the Dodgers and Al Downing won his sixth game in nine decisions. Doug Rader's bases-loaded single in the ninth inning drove in Houston's winning run in the first game against the Giants and then the Astro third base- man contributed a homer and a two run double to the nightcap victory. WIPED OUT LEAD Cesar Cedeno tagged a grand slam in the first game but the Giants wiped out a six-run Houston lead on a pair of three- run homers by Bobby Bonds and Willie McCovey before Ra- der's infield single decided the issue. In the second game, the As- tros snapped a 1-1 tie with two runs in the seventh and then Rader homered in the eighth and added two more RBIs with a double in the four-run ninth. Philadelphia got solo homsrs from Tommy Button, Bob Boone and Cesar Tovar t" de- feat Montreal. The Expos T.ade it close on Ken Singleton's three run homer in the eighth but Billy Wilson savsd the victory for Jim Lonborg. Atlanta's hitters couldn't do much about San Diego's Steve Arlin, managing just one hit off him in seven innings. But Arlin got in trouble with a couple of walks in the eighth and Ralph Garr tagged him for a grand- slam home run that helped the Braves beat the Padres. Arlin was leading 1-0 before Parr's shot turnsd the game around for Atlanta. Glenn Beckert's two-run pinch jingle broke up a scoreless tie and moved Chicago Cubs past St. Louis. Milt Pappas throttled he Cardinals on five hits. The More sport on page 10 Cubs managed just two against Tom Murphy until their winning rally to the eighth. Rick Monday and Paul Po- povich opened with singles, noved up on a wild pitch and scored on Beckert's pinch single. Local shares honor CALGARY (CP) Two 14 year olds broke five records Between them during the week- end senior Alberta swimming championships. Becky Smith of Edmonton's Royal Glenora Swim Club won eight events, breaking three records in the proosss. She set a senior Alberta record in the women's 400-meter indi- vidual medley with a time of an Alberta record for 14- year olds in the women's 200 meter butterfly in and a national record for 14 year olds in the women's 50-meter free style in Don Lowe of Calgary Foothills Swim Club established a na- tional record for 14-year-old boys in the 100-meter back- stroke of The Stettler Centennial Swim Club set an Albertta record of in the senior 200 mater free style. Alberta male swimmer of the year award was shared by Lome Kemmett, 18, of Lath- bridge and Ross Nelson, 18, of Edmonton. Anne-Marie McCaf- fery, 18, of the Calgary Foothills Club was named female swim- mer of the year. The swim team selected to represent Alberta at the Canada games this August in British Columbia consists of: Don Berry, 16, Don Lowe, 14, Butch Skulsky, 18, all of the Calgary Foothills Club; Brent Foster, 18, Paul Stewart, 17, both of the Calgary Killarney Swim Club; John Starratt, 18, Ron Wigham, 17, both of the Calgary Acadia Swim Club; Ksvin Cumming, 16, Stewart Nelson, 18, and his sister Kar- en, 17, Sandra Sealth, 14, Cor- inne Price, 15, all of the Edmon- ton Jasper Place Swim Club; Pat McCloskey, 18, Janet De- GroOt, 16, Lynn Kavalinas, 17, Lynn Purdy, 17, all of the Ed- monton Y Torpedoes; Graham Smith, 15, and his sister Becky, both of the Edmonton Royal Glenora; and Barb Clark, 14, Pam Wise, 16, both of the Stet- tler Centenniial Club. 1976 Games are making some progress LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) Lord Killanin, pres- ident of the International Olym- pic Committee said Sun- day that preparations for ths 1976 Olympic Games in Mon- treal are making good pro- gress. "Everything is running ac- cording to he told a news conference at the end of a two- day IOC executive board ses- sion. The meeting received reports from organizations from both Montreal and Innsbruck, Aus- tria, which will play host to the 1S76 Winter Games. Williams suspended, re-instated Who feels worse than Detroit? Ed Kranepool drove In three runs with a pair of doubles and Tom Seaver pitched New York to its victory over Pittsburgh. The Pirates' only runs on Willie Stargell's 22nd home run of the season in the first inning. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There's some bad feeling be- tween. Cleveland Indians and Milwaukee Brewers and be- tween Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers, but for feeling bad how about the plight of Da- troit Tigers? The Indians and Brewers, Royals and Rangers added fisti- cuffs to their scheduled baseball activities Sunday while the only thing the Tigers added was two more losses, their sixth and seventh in a row. The long, hot summer also got to Baltimore Orioles, whose manager, Earl Weaver, sus- pended slugger Earl Williams without, pay. But tha suspension lasted five hours, just long enough for Bos- ton Red Sox to vote gracious thanks. suspended Williams "without pay for an indefinite period" Sunday after the catcher-first baseman missed ths team bus to Fenway Park. The manager b'amed "a lot of irritating little things." SUSPENSrON LIFTED A few hours later, after a 25- minute closed-door meeting, Weaver said the suspension had been lifted. But while Williams watched from, ths stands, the Orioles were blanked 10 by southpaw John Curti.-v Williams appeared si and smiled after Ihr meeting with Weaver. "Everything's he said. "There are no hard feelings, none whatsoever. Sitting in the stands and watching the game today was strange. I wanted to play. I love to play baseball." When the swinging, shouting and suspending was done. New York Yankees had won a dou- bleheader from, the Tigers 3-2 and 2-t, the Brewers had out- slugged the Indians 8-3, the Royals had whipped the Rangers twice 7-4 and 10-6, the Orioles had dropped a 1-0 sqaeaker to Boston Red Sox, the Angels had defeated the Twins 3-0 after dropping the opener 5-1 and Chicago White Sox had recovered from a 7-0 drubbing by Oakland AUiletics to take the nightcap 11-1. In Saturday's action. York defeated Detroit 3-2, Cali- fornia lopped Minnesota 3-1, Oakland thumped Chicago 14-3, Kansas City nipped Texas S-7, Milwaukee thumped Cleveland J2-3 and Boston won 5-1 over Baltimore, then lost 2-1. Darrell Porter and Tim John- son drove in two runs apiece in the fight-marred fifth inning and George Scott homered in the sixth as ths Brewers turned back tha Indians Both benches and bullpens emptied after Milwaukee's Bob Coluccio was thrown out in a collision at the plate and had words with Cleveland catcher John Ellis. When they started for each other, Brewer third baseman Don Money jumped in and started fighting with Ellis- The melee ended quickly and Ellis and Coluccio were ejected, but several players streamed onto the field again moments later when Milwaukee's Pedro Garcia started for the mound after a pitch from Ray Lamb sailed near his head. "He (Ellis) tagged me hard up around my face and on pur- Coluccio said. "Then he asked what I was going to do about it, and I told him. He said some obscenities to me and I threw some back at him." Ellis admitted he tagged O luccio "kind of hard." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL Chicago Montreal St. Louis New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Los Angeles San Francisco H ouston Cincinnati Atlanta San Diego LEAGUGE East W 41 32 33 30 .30 29 West 45 42 41 37 29 23 t Pet. GBL 30 .577 31 .508 5 34 .493 34 .469 36 36 .446 9 6 7V, 26 .634 32 .568 5 32 5V! 32 .536 7 42 .408 16 48 .324 22 SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Houston 000 002 7 10 1 San Francisco 000 000 6 7 t Roberts, Ray (4-0) (8) and Jutze, Rader Williams, Mo.'fitt Sosa (8) Willoughby (3-4) (9) and Sadek. HRs: McCovey SECOND Houston 001 ooo sue San Franc'sco 100 000 3 7 Richard York Upshaw Crawford (8) and Jutze; Carri- thers Scsa Manorial (9) and Reder, Sadek HR: Atlanta ooo ooo 042- 6 6 0 San Diego 001 000 000- 1 4 1 Morton, Niekro (7) and Oatp; Arlin Caldwell (9) and Kendall. Hr: New YOrK SOI 020 5 0 Pittsburgh 200 000 280 Seaver (9-4) and Hodqes; MOCSP Dettore R. Hernandez (8) and Sanguillen. HR: Chicago MO OM 250 St. Lou'f 000 000 050 Papnas (4-5) and Hundley, Rudolph Murphy Pens (8) Fclkers (8) Grander (8) and Simmons. Philadelohia 021 011 5 11 0 Montreal 000 001 472 Lonborq Wilson (8) and Boone; Renko Scott Ja-vls (8) and Boccabella, Humphrey HRs: Bonne Tovar 300 003 J 1 Montreal 000 000 2 7 l Brett (7-2) and Boone; Moore (4 7) Walker Jarvis (8> anrl Hum- phrey. HR: Brett Montanez 200 000 270 010 103 5 1 Borbon Tomlin (7i and Plummer; and Yeager, Canniz- Cincinnati Los Angeles Gullett Spraaue Downing (6-3) zaro HRs: Garvey SATURDAY FIRST Cincinnati AM 001 1 J 0 Los Angeles ooo ooo 1 7 1 Norman (4-7) and Plummer; Mes- sersmith (7-6) Culver Yeager. HRS: LA SECOND Cincinnati 000 001 1 3 0 Los Angeles 000 013 580 Hall Borbon McGlothlin (8) and Bench; John (7-3) and Canni- zaro. HR: FIRST Atlanta 000 000 0 3 2 San Diego ooo 001 2 8 1 Reed FrlstilG ana dates; KIrby (3-8) and Corrales. SECOND Atlanta 300 000 5 1 San Diego 203 031 9 T 0 f-reehan Schueler Panth- er (7) and Howard; Troodson (3-0) Romo Kendall HRs: (2) Roberts New York 000 Oil 001 10 1 Pittsburgh 000 001 100 10 1 McAndrew, McGraw Hennigan (0-4) (9) and Hodges; Ellis (7' Her- nandez C2-2) (8) and Sanguillen. Philxdeloh'a 300 000 791 Montreal OtO 000 2 7 1 Brett (7-2) and Boone; Moore Walker Jarvis (8) and Humphrey. HRs: Schmidt Brett Montanez Houston 003 001 15 0 San Francisco 002 000 3 9 1 Reuss Ray and Jutze; Brv- ant Willoughby Moffit Sosa (9) and Rader, Sadek Chicago 000 MO 101 1 St. Louis 100 MO 010 8 0 Jenkins, Aker (9) and Ru- dolph, Hundley Wise, Segui (3-2) (11) and Simmons. LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Mota LA ........153 20 55 .359 Unser Phi.......153 23 52 .340 Watson Hous.....267 SO 88 .330 Goodson SF ......226 21 74 .327 Maddox SF 234 28 76 .325 Torre StL .....206 29 66 .320 Cedcno Hous..... 227 38 72 .317 Fairly Mtl........159 26 50 .314 Bonds SF 300 71 94 .313 Gaston SD 199 24 62 .312 Home runs: Stargell, Pittsburgh, 22; H. Aaron, Atlanta, 19; Bonds, San Francisco, 19. Runs batted In- Bench, Cincin- nati, 55; Stargell, Pittsburgh, 50. Pitching 6 decisions: McAnally, Montreal, H, .833; Parker, New York, 5-1 .fa. AMERICAN LEAGUGI East New York Milwaukee Baltimore Bcston Detroit Cleveland Oakland Minnesota Kansas City Chicago California Texas W 39 34 32 33 32 25 West L Pet. GBL 30 .545 31 .537 2 30 .516 3''r 33 .500 4'2 35 .478 6 43 .368 32 .543 30 .538 W 33 J35 V, 30 .531 1 32 .522 Ti 40 .355 12 SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Oakland 300 000 7 I Chicago ooo ooo o 4 l Blue (6-3) and Fosse; Stone Kealey (9) and Brinkman. HR: Oak Rudi SECOND Oakland COO 001 142 Chicago 130 005 8 0 Odom Kncwles Llndblad (7) and Hosley; Johnson f-Ti, '7) s-d K sn- yer; Wocdson (6-4) Corbin (9) and Mitterwald. SECOND California I t Minnesota 000 000 071 Wright Barter (9) and Tor- fcoro, Golrz, Corbin (2-3) Sanders (9) and Mitterwald. FIRST Texas 020 000 4 I Kansas City (CO 041 00x_ 7 1 Bihby Stahhoj-e (5) and Suar- ez; Busby (4-7) and Taylor. HR: Tex Burroughs SECOND Texas 200 002 It J Kansas Citv 213 010 M 1 (0-3) Dunning (3) Foucault (8) and Bi'lings; Littell (1-1) Dal Ceanton (6) snd Healy. HR: FIRST Detroit 200 000 4 1 New York 000 101 3 1 Coleman (10-7) and Sims; Kilns, 'T 0) Lyle (9) and Moses. SECOND Detroit 100 OOn 1 7 Z New York 000 290 Lolich (7-8) and Freehan; Medich, McDaniel (6-2) (8) and Munson. HRs: (12) Baltimore 000 OtO 071 010 000 1 t 1 (5-4) and Etchebarren; and Flsk. HR: Boston Alexander Curtis (5-7) peda Cleveland Milwaukee flOO 000 1 t 102 001 S 13 1 Reynolds (3) and Culp Bolln (8) and 100 001 3 12 3 020 141 8 10 1 Bosman Hilaendrrf Lamb TIdrow (7) end E'lls, Duncan Parsons, Short (3-1) (1) Llnzv (9) and Rodriguez. HR: SATURDAY FIRST Boston McNally Williams; Fisk, SECOND Baltimore ooo 000 1M 11 Boston 000 000 001 1 71 Jefferson (1-0) and Hendricks; Pat- Newnauser (10) and Mont- aomery. HR: Texas 000 021 7 15 0 Kansas City 000 002 8 II 1 Brobert, Foucault Gogolewski Paul (4 4) Stanhouse (9) and Suarez; Spliftorff, Garber Wright (3-1) <9) and Healy, Taylor HRs: Tex Harrah Kc Kirkpatrick Detroit 5 New York 003 000 3 0 Fryman Farmer Hiller (8) and Sims McDowell McDaniel (8) and Munson. HR: Murcer Cleveland 101 on 3 11 l Milwaukee 8CO 100 5 0 Tidrow Strom Kekich Hilgendorf Timmerman (8) and Duncan; Slaton (5-5) and Rodriguez. HRs: Oakland 343 020 9 Chicago 101 oOl 3 l Hunter, (lO-S) and Fosse, Hosley Fisher Kealy O'Toole (3) and Herrmann. HR: Oat North (2) California 600 010 000 11 e Minnesota 000 000 010 T t Singer, Barber Sel's Hand (4-5) (10) and Torborg, Kusnyer Kaat (8-5) and Mitterwald. HR: LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Blomberg NY 134 24 55 .410 W. Hcrton Det 154 19 53 .344 P. Kelly Chi 210 35 68 .324 Carew Min 238 44 77 .324 Kirkpatnck KC 213 36 68 .319 Mayberry KC 252 53 80 .317 Suarez Tex 126 17 40 .317 D. Allen Chi 231 39 73 .316 Home runs: Mayberry, 18; D. Allen, 16. Runs batted in: Mayberry, 69; R. Jackson, Oakland, 60. Pitching 6 decisions: Colborn, Mil- waukee, 10-2, .833; Lee, Boston, .800. DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE LTD. ovpirE silts i SERVICE ;