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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THI lETHBRIDGf HERAID Tuesday, June 26, 1973 _4 Royals out of first place Gaylord frisked, Jim Perry By THE ASSOCIATED 1'RESS Gaylord Perry was frisked in Cleveland Monday night and brother Jim Perry got Fisk-ed in Boston. An indignant Gaylord sur- vived another uniform in- spection by the umpires and New York manager Ralph Houk amid renewed charges that he was loading up the baseball, and pitched the Indians to a 4-2 victory that snapped the Yan- k e e s eight-game winning streak. Jim, who pitches for Detroit, done in by Boston catcher Carlton Fisk's tie-breaking home run in the eighth inning that gave the Red Sox a 2-1 triumph and stretched the Ti- gers' skid to eight games. Elsewhere in the American League, Baltimore Orioles edged Milwaukee Brewers 4-3 in 12 innings, Chicago White Sox held off Minnesota Twins 3-2, California Angels beat Kansas City Royals 5-2 and Texas Rangers downed Oakland Ath- letics 4-2. The Yankees were losing 4-1 when Houk suddenly bolted to the mound in the eighth inning and made plate umpire Lou Di- Muro check Perry's pants and hat. "Houk's a good Perry said, "but I've never had any- body charge me so fast." "I just thought the game was getting a little dull and I German Judoka to stop here The German National Youth Jado team will be in Lethbridge for three days commencing Thursday. These boys, ages 15-18, are on a Canadian tour intending to compete in exhibitions against Vancouver, Saska- toon. Winnipeg, Toronto and of course Lethbridge. Last year, two 12 man teams from Canada toured Germany, five of the mem- bers of the team were from Lethbridge. Golf league COUNTRY CLUB Low net Stan Worboys, Lethbridge Office Furniture 31. Low gross Al Kenwood, Swifts 41. Low team net Swifts, Al Kenwood, Ted Lawrence. Herb Skilling, Dave Hodge. Tollestrup 64 Realty.............. 65 Swifts ........................63 Packers Dongattl 55 U-fhbridce Office Furniture 55 Black's Mens .......S3 Lakevlew Texaco............ 53 Parsons 53 Reliance ...............51 Gentlemen III................f! Eaton's .......46 LAKESFDE MEN'S Low net Park, Pa- Jiuljes and AM Oshiro, Imper- iol Life tied at 34. Lou gross Cliff Stroh, House of Lethbridge 35. Low team net Pahuljes, Hans DeGroot, Greg Park, Pete Lewko, Bus Frame 147- Eight-point sween Imperial Life over Dorigatti. F'emtnqi 03 Ace Building.......... 8' Jubilee Union 76 Leo Singers Imperial Life Pahi'lie CHEC Suaar Beeters CJOC A and W House of Lethbridge Doriqatti Fraches Parsons The Herald Frank Walkers Owens Workouts for the German team will be held Thursday and again Friday. They will the meet the locals In a team coir petition set for the YMCA at Saturday evening. A banquet will follow the com- petition. Admission for the event has been set at According to one member of the Lethbridge YMCA Judo team, Greig Wheeler, the crowds in Germany were ex- cellent. "We received warm wel- comes wherever we went" stated Wheeler, "as well as the finest of hospitality." We hope we will he able to return the courtesy to our German competitors the three days thev are in Leth- bridge, finished Wheeler. Crampton heads money winners NEW YORK (AP) Bruce Crampton, the first foreigner ever to win more than in a single season on the Ameri- can professional golf tour, has surpassed Jack Nicklaus as the year's leading money winner. Crampton, who equalled Nick- laus's season record of four vic- tories when he won the American Golf Classic Sunday, increased his 1973 purse to Nicklaus, who tied for ninth in the tournament, dropped to No. 2 with figures re- leased Monday, by the Profes- sional golfer's Association show. Gay Brewer was the only newcomer to the top 10 money winners, moving to ninth from 13th with Behind Crampton and Nicklaus are Tom "VVeiskopf, Lee Trevino, Lanny Wad- kins, Johnny Miller, Dave Hill, and John Schlee, Chi Chi Rodriguez is 10th with The Henderson Lake Golf Club invites applications for the position of CLUBHOUSE MANAGER Reply to P.O. Box 698 Lethbridge including a resume of previous experience. ALL REPLIES WILL BE TREATED CONFIDENTIALLY thought I'd have a little Houk said. Bobby Murcer, who has griped in the past that Perry greases up the ball, was at bat when the fun started. "I'm 99-per-cent sure that he puts something on the Murcer said. "The umpires know what Perry's doing, but they've been told by the presi- dent of the league to ignore it, Their hands are tied." DiMuro's hands certainly aren't tied. He gave the thumb to third base coach Dick How- ser, who had fielded a foul grounder and tried to point out something on the ball. "I threw out Howser because he was trying to make a show out there and we had enough commotion going DiMuro said. "I looked at the ball, his pants and his hat and I couldn't find anything. I don't know any- thing about the president of the league telling the umpires to ig- nore illegal pitches." Jim Perry was staked to a 1-0 lead when Al Kaline homered in the fourth inning. The Sox ti-d it in the fifth on singles by Danny Cater, Luis Aparicio and Rick Miller. Fisk then walloped his 16th home run of the season with one out in the eighth. Al Bumbry scored from third when Milwaukee second base- man Pedro Garcia missed a tag for a double play that would have ended the 12th inning, giv- ing the Orioles their victory ever the Brewers. Bumbry beat out a bouncer to short to open the inning, was sacrificed to second and took third as Paul Blair walked on a wild pitch from relieve Fiank Linzy. Tommy Davis then grounded to Garcia, who tried to tag Blair and throw to first for a double play, but Blair, who was running with the pitch, evaded the tag. The White Sax scored their three runs off Bert Blyleven in the first on desig- nated hitter Carlos May's then stood off a late rally to defeat the Twins. Stan Bahnsen and Terry For- sfer blanked Twins urfil the ninth when Cy Acosta pitched out of a bases-loaded, one-out jam. Vada Pinson drove In three runs with a triple and single while Nolan Ryan fought off rs- peated bouts of wildness and pitched a five hitter as the An- gels knocked the Royals out of first place in the jumbled AL West. Sonny Siebart ran his string of consecutive scoreless innings to 19 and reliever Steve Foucault halted a ninth-inning Oakland rally, helping the Rangers stop the Athletics. Sie- bert blanked the Athletics for six innings before he tired. The Rangers scored three runs in the third off Ken Holtz- man, two on Jeff Burroughs' double. Toby Harrah omered in the eighth. Botvs to boughs Golf professional John Morgan falls to his knees Sunday to avoid rough on the 18th hole of the B.C. Open tourney. He eventually decided to take an unplayable pen- alty and a double-bogey rather than battle with the hemlock. Owners face players9 challenge JK. JLM.JlLt.J By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK fAP) "Lis- one National Football League official said to another as they left the league's Park Avenue headquarters, "if we can just get through this week, think we'll be okay.'' This week is the annual own- ers' meeting. And although the (JFL official probably was thinking about the mountains of japerwork that accompanies such events, he might have >een envisioning what shapes up as another nose-to-nose con- rontation between the owners and players. In the past, it's been money hat has driven a wedge be- the two. This time around, it's more personal. And if Commissioner Pete Ro- zelle does as he is expected, hings will begin heating up to- day. Rozelle is reportedly going to suggest to the owners that, as one means of deterring ru- mored drug abuse; the players be given mine tests. The NFL Players' Association is dead set against the idea, calling it over-reaction and an invasion of privacy. The whole drug issue, which has appeared on a few occa- sions in the past when players were arrested and charged with possession of again a few weeks ago when a news- paper story reported that at least four players, all of them stars, were suspected of dealing heavily in drugs and were un- der surveillance by narcotics agents. The players were not named. As a result of that report, The Bantams triumph North Star Bantams dumped the Midgets 16-6 in Women's Fastball League play. Kathy McCune earned the win while the loss went to Lori Wyrostok. In another game Labor Club Larks bounced Park Plaza 15-5 as Eva Deringer won out over Debbie Bareham. Labor Club used two double plays and a triple and a ble by Carol Ondrus for the vic- tory. Carol Hanson managed a triple for the Larks while Der- inger added a double. Associated Press piled NFL players, who unanimously de- nied knowledge of any fellow players using or dealing in drugs and generally said they felt the story gave the NFL a black eye. DIFFERENCES REMAIN The players association, dur- ing its three-day meeting in Chicaso last week, met for sev- eral hours with Rozelle, appar- ently without resolving differ- ences. Then the 26 players; represen- tatives unanimously passed a resolution opposing "any unila- teral action by the commis- sioner based on hurried over-re- action to sensational and un- substantiated nevs reports of drug abuse in the NFL The NFLPA resolution also said it is against "proposals lacking due process which would invade the privacy of gif- ted athletics and further violate individual rights and freedoms enjoyed bv other citizens." Monday's opening of the weeklong session of meetings- all limited to a coaches' conclave. It was, for the most part, a review and as sessment of rules and contract and waiver procedures. And she ivants to be Canadian champ Linda Wilson is a tough driver TORONTO (CP) Linda Wilson has a pretty face, a beauty queen's figure and a fierce ambition to capture the Canadian auto driving championship. The 25-year-old Linds a y, Ont., girl who became the first woman ever to qualify for the Canadian Formula presents WiLD, WILD WED. STOCK CAR RACING EXHIBITION SPEEDWAY 5AAR Wed., June 27th Time Trials at p.m. Racing af p.m. C-CLASS and CLAIMERS SOUTHERN ALBERTA AUTO RACERS Fill in and present this ad at the ticket office to receive 50c DISCOUNT on 1 Adult Admission NAME ADDRESS............................ PHONE Good for Wed., June 27th only. Have someone rocs for youl B series, is fighting male pre- judice, the kind of hostility faced by most rookies when they enter professional sport and even the advice of meaning friends who tell her she's crazy. "When you want something badly enough, then you don't she says. "You just do what you have to do." linda has entered several fields of endeavor, icluding the 1967 Miss Canada pageant where she made it to the top 10. "When I lost I realized I was the only loser who wasn't crying." But auto racing is Linda's favorite career now. "Nothing is as demanding or as satisfying as she says. She competed with her boyfriend, Peter Ferguson, in Class C competition last year, and Peter won the na- tional championship. They formed the Ferguson Wilson racing team, attracted na- tional sponsors h i p, bought I wo Formula B cars and took the big step into racing. Linda will be among 47 drivers trying to qualify for 26 spots when the Formula B series resumes July 2 at Mosport near here. Linda started racing early, in boats at her father's mar- ina and later in snowmobiles. She has also competed in water skiing, swimming, can- oeing and badminton, and one year defeated every member of Peter's fraternity in a badminton competition. "I guess I got rid of the feeling of the intimidation girls feel when they compete against she said. Her first year on the Cana- dian champion ship tour hasn't been easy so far. Me- chanical problems, plus a de- manding schedule of media interviews and a shoppi n g Three games in slow pitch Wickes Warriors outlast e d Lethbridge Glass Devils 22-21 in Men's Slow Pitch League ac- tion Monday. It was the first of three games played. George Androkovich was the winning pitcher while the loss went to Leroy Schow. Gary Knox and Androkovich stroked home runs for the War- riors. Joe Gazaruk picked up the victory as Ducan Canvas slipp- ed past the Gas Company 12- 11. The loser was George Schaalje. Four home runs made a big difference as All-Star Sports defeated Coaldale 16-11 behind the pitching of Roger Douglas. Loser was Jim Frazer. Ken Kristjansen, with two home runs, and Wayne Weitz and Lance Brown, each with solo shots, paced the winners. mall promotional campaign wore her nerves raw during the first two races. Peter commandeered her car when his own underwent mechanical problems, and by the time they reached the second race and get enough parts for both cars, she had had so little time in her car that she was unable to qualify. At Sanair, Que., a week ago, everything went much better. She qualified 19th in a field of 29, and was still running at the fnish of the 100-mile race. She wound up in 15Ui place, while Fergu- son finished sixth. Since then, some of the snide remarks have ceased. "Certainly there's bound to be some says Ferguson. "But a lot of peo- ple forget that this is all we do go racing and promote motor racing. "It's a full-time job with us, we don't have other jobs. As for that Ire-man stuff, it's nonsense. Linda is every hit as capable as a lot of the other guys out there. She just hasn't had as much time In the car as she needs." Linda, Peter Patricia Smith, a Montreal girl who was invited into the last race and finished 17th, will be at Mospoft this weekend looking for a share of the in prize money and points in the Canadian series. Linda has four so far. Expos swept Mets hit the cellar By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nine innings was one inning too many for New York Mets as they landed in the National League East Division basement Monday. The Mets led Chicago Cubs 2- 0 for eight innings but the Cubs rallied for three runs in the ninth to take the ball game 3-2. In other National League ac- tion Monday night, Pittsburgh Pirates slipped out of the cellar and moved one percentage point ahead of the Mets by sweeping a doubleheader from Montreal Expos 8-6 and 3-1. Philadelphia Phillies overtook St. Louis Cardinals 7-6, Houston Astros whacked Cincinnati Reds 13-2 and Los Angeles Dodgers shaded San Diego Padres 3-2. Jon Matlack (4-10) had lim- ited the Cubs to just two hits over the first eight innings but got into an immediate jam in the ninth with walks to Glenn Beckert and Jim Hickman and an infield single by Billy Wil- liams, loading the bases with none out. Manager Yogi Berra's dis- tress call to the bullpen brought on ace reliever Tug McGraw, but Tug didn't sparkle. He sur- rendered a game-tying, two-run double by Ron Santo down the right fieM line. After an infield out and a walk, Don Kessinger delivered the decisive single. The Mets are now 8% games and five teams away from first place. Rldile Hebner and Kentto Stennett drove in three runs apiece at Pittsburgh outslugged Montrsal to win the first of their doubleheader. Hebner and AI Oliver then cracked home runs to help Pirates com- plete the sweep in the nightcap. "It feels good to win these two. but these are said Pirate manager Bill Virdon. "I'm already thinking about to- morrow night's game." Slugger Willie Stargell, who doubled and scored Pittsburgh's tie-breaking run in the fourth inning of the second game, said the Pirates would gst straight- ened away yet. Rookie Mike RogodzinsM con- tinued his hot pinch hitting, drilling a two-ran shot in the eighth inning to lift Phila- de'phia past St. Louis. It was Rogodzinski's seventh hit this season, all of them in a pinch hitting role. As a regular, he's O-for-18. There's nothing more relaxing than a SVi-game had in June and that's what Los Angeles is enjoyins in the NL West Divi- sion after knocking off San Diego. Claude Osteen (10-3) earned his seventh straight victory with ninth-inning help from Jim Brewer. Ken McMullen slugged his third home run in as many nights for the Dodgers. Houston exploded for nine runs in one inning and Ken Forsch coasted to his victory over Cincinnati. SPORT SCORES ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE South division W L PCI. GBL Lethbridge Lakers Calgary Giants Calgary Jimmies 4 .745 1 2 9 8 4 M7 8 8 .500 North division Red Deer ..67 .475 Edm. Tigers 6 8 429 Edm. Blcckers S 11 .369 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L New York 40 31 32 Milwaukee 37 Baltimore 33 30 Boston 34 33 Detroit 32 37 Cleveland 26 44 .371 West Chicago 34 30 Kansas City O 34 Pet. GBL .563 .536 2 .524 3 .507 -4 .464 California 37 32 Oakland 3R 34 Minnesota 35 32 Texas 23 42 .545 541 .536 .528 1 522 Vh .354 12Vj MONDAY'S RESULTS New York 000 100 2 1 Cleveland ZOO 032 4 7 1 Stottlemyre '9-7) and Munson; Perry (8-7) and Duncan. HR: Munson Minnesota 000 2 11 8 Chicago 300 000 3 10 2 Blyleven (9-81 and MStterwald; Bahn- sen (8-6', Forster Aeosta (9) ana Herrmann. Baltimore 000 000 ill 15 S MMwaukee 001 200 O'O 0 Cuellar (4-7) and Williams; Bell, Linzy (2-4) (9) and Rodriguez. HRs: Mi I Briggs Detroit 000 100 150 Boston 000 010 2 1 Perry (8-6) and Freehan; Lee (9-2) and Fisk. Mrs: Det Fisk Kansas City 110 000 5 1 California 109 300 5 5 1 Wright Simpson Bird (7) and Healy; Ryan (9-8) and Torborg. Oakland 000 2 12 0 Texas 003 000 471 Holtzman Knowles Tina (7> and Tenace; Slebert Gogo- lewski Paul Foucault (9) and Suarez. HR: Harrah LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Blomberg, NY 137 24 55 .401 Horton, Det 157 19 54 .344 Carew, Min 242 44 79 .326 Kelly, Ch! 214 36 69 .322 Allen, Chi Kirkpatrick, KC Mayberry, KC Henderson, Chi Suerez, Tex Home Runs: Mayberry, 18; Fisk, Boston; D. Allen, 16. Runs Batted In: Mayberry, 70; R. Jackson, Oakland, 61. Pitching 6 Decisions: Colborn, Mil- waukee, 10-2, .833; Lee, Boston, .818. 234 74 .316 216 36 68 .315 255 S3 80 .314 135 21 42 .311 129 17 40 .310 NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L 42 30 32 33 33 35 32 36 Chicago Montreal St. Lcuis Philadelphia Pittsburgh 31 36 New York 'J> 35 West Los Angeles 47 26 Houston .42 32 San Francisco 42 32 Cincinnati .....37 34 Atlanta .....30 42 San Diego.....23 50 Pet. SBL .583 eVi 7 8 .492 .485 .471 .463 .462 1V4 .844 .568 S'A .568 SV4 .521 .417 16Vi .315 14 MONDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Pittsburgh 400 051 I 11 1 Montreal 000 210 t t Johnson, Dettore Glustl (7) (5- 0) and May; McAnally Gilbert Walker (71, Marshall (8) and Boccabella. HRs: AM SECOND Pttsburgti f 1 Montreal 010 000 1 t I Briles (5-7) and May; Strohmayer Moore Marshall (8) Una Humphrey. HR: Oliver St. Louis 003 020 t 7 I Philadelphia 003 7 1 Foster, Segul and Sim- mons; Twitchell, Brandon (1-1) Scarce (9) snd HRs: St. Carver Simmons Rogodzlnski Chfcago 000 000 S I I NEW York 000 002 171 Reuschel, Laroche (2-0) Bon- ham (9) and Rudolph, Hundluy Matlack McGraw (9) and Hod- Oncinnatl 000 MO 171 Houston 100 OOt 11 Billlngham Sprague Tom- lln (7) and Bench, Plummer Forsch (8-7) and Jutie. HRs: Tolan Los Angeles 110 000 t San Diego 100 000 7 1 Osteen Brewer (9) and ger; Grief Romo (9) and Ken- dall. HRs: LA-McMullen LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Mots, LA........157 20 56 .357 Watson, Hou..... 271 53 .334 Unser, Phs 157 23 52 .331 Goodson, SF ......224 21 74 .357 Maddox, SF !34 28 .325 Torre, SL .....209 29 67 .321 Cedeno, Hou..... 231 42 74 .320 Bonds, SF 300 71 .313 Csrdenal, Chi 251 41 78 .311 Gaston, SD 203 24 .310 Home Runs: Stargell, Pittsburgh, J2; H. Aaron, Atlanta; Bonds, San Francisco, 19. Runs Batted In: Bench, Cincinnati, 55; Starnell, 51 Pitching 6 Decisions: Parker, New York, 5-1, .833; Brett, Philadelphia, 7-2, .778. DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE LTD TiRE SAiES ;