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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, June 29, 1972 THE LEIHBRIOCE HERALD 13 i CALGARY (CP) An eleclri- ying 93 seconds of offensive rawer gave Calgary Stamped- es a surprise 2J-Z2 win Wednes- day night over the Canadian football League All-Stars. Trailing by 13 points with less SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan A BIT of everything I thought it quite interesting that Bobby Hull's reaction to all that money he received from Winnipeg Jets, the World Hockey Association and Ben Halskin was I haven't bought a farm yet, but I've seen some choice land around the city." He did, however, later say he was glad it was finally all over Harrold Ballard, boss of the Toronto Maple Leafs, summed Hull's departure from the National Hockey League in a somewhat different tone I look on Hull leaving the NHL the same as I would if he passed away" NHL president Clarence Camp- bell appeared upset "If I were in Chicago s position, I would fight it to the end." No one will ever know for sure just what was the matter with Mel Allen, the broadcaster of Tuesday s fight card from Las Vegas in which Bob Foster hammered Mike Quarry and Muhammad Ali outclass- ed Jerry Quarry Allen, 1 can remember, was once the voice of baseball The World Series vasnt the World Series without Allen and the Gillette par- rot My, how times have changed for Mr. Allen Tuesday night he was like a guy on crutches trying to win the 100-yard dash 1 don't know how many of you saw the fight but the reception was beautiful Speaking of things of beauty those of you who'saw the fight must agree Fosters left hand shot that finished young Quarry was a beauty Eddie Fischer, a relief specialist with the Cali- fornia Angels, has a unique license plate, it reads RELIEF 7. Manager Ralph Houk, of the Yankees, really means business with his club He recently called his second "shape up or ship out" clubhouse meeting before a three game series with Kansas City Royals The New Yorkers had lost two of three games earlier in the week Can you imagine how many clubhouse meetings .FranK Lueehesi of the Philadelphia Phillies would have to call to keep up with Houk? The Phillies just returned home after losing 10 13 games Henny Youngman was asked how he would like to fight Ali and he quickly replied, "I did once, and he hit me amongst my uose." Ed Kayar, Philadelphia Eagles' coach, was asked if he thought running back Ron Bull might change his mind Ibout retiring "Before ecology you a lot of that. Come autumn and the smell of burning leaves, a guy would decide he wanted to play again. Now, because of pollution laws, you can't burn leaves" Charley McLendon, LSU foot- ball coach, found it entertaining to play golf with Lee Trevino "He's the only man I've ever known to talk on his backswing." How quickly things change Orlando Cepeda was upset because he was not playing enough with the Atlanta Braves "I'm through with the Atlanta he said Trade me, release me or give me away I'm going home." But the a year he is earning had him back within two days.__________________ Lindsey engineers Stamps past chosen aggregation All-stars stumble to first post-season setback Race results EDMONTON (CP> Northlands Park race 'results Wednesday: FIRST ,400, cfalmlng, 3 year olds, 7 fur- IKamil) 6.20 3.W 2.40, la Twister (Rasmulsen) 6.4ft 3.50, Able Bird Waynes) 6.4D. Time: 3-5. Well Received. Greek Touch, Miml Girl. Smooth Coal. Blue Salm also SECOND claiming, 3 year olds 7 fur- Blue Muslango [RycrotH 15.40 5.70 3.20. Luck (combs) 4.60 Palabar (Barroby) 2.60. Time: Gilded Wings, Tole Johnny, prince Clem, Gin whiz also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S7I.30. Track Scratch old Time Money. THIRD claiming, 3 year olds, 1 1-16 Prln (Barroby) 13.10 S.76 3 70, Spoiled Turk 4.10 2.SO, New Response (Watson) 2.80. Time: 1-5. Shady Slyle, E r u Summerland, 'N Orin, Vftslern Fair, Roly Glen also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- (slaSnyk) 7.60 4.00 3.40. Rebel Robin (Morris) 22.50 13.40, Pat- tie Birch (StadnyK) 9.60. Anolh'er 'session. Front Desk, Klon- dike Charm, Fault's Entre, Red Like claiming, 4 year olds and up. Pteiade's Forlune (Phelan) lo.W Feather's Inn (Wals'on) 7.10 4.70, Easy Eagle (STadnyk) 3.30. Time: Stormy way, Haydn's smote, Count- Its! Belinda, Obligation, Tlgre also ran. EXACTOR: Senor Country Club tourney ready il.SOO, claiming, 4 year olds and up (StadnyM 5.W. Soon Enulf (Combs) 11.20 I Crystal CMmes (Morris) 3.M. Hewinsum, Pcrlect Host also ran. SEVENTH handicap, 2. year olds, i fur ch.mptMjC.uljY) 7.10, 4.10 3.80 (Arnold) 13.20 5.W TrTcv Jay "op The Cork, Troch x'-WJnlerburn Slable Entry. EIGHTH Sl.sco, claiming, 4 year olds and op, (Combs) 8.60 4.70 3.10, Sis- T City (Kipling) 4.30 3.10, Blessed jour (Hayries) 6.40. Same' Nickel, Carouler, poo's Lady, Hopping Hops also ran. UUINELLR: S1I.M. ____________ The 23rd annual Lethbridge Country Club men's invitation- al golf tournament is set for the first week in August. Saturday, Sunday and Mon- day, Agust 5, 6 and 7 will be Baseball camp 011 Wednesday Well the Montreal Expos passed Lethbridga up, the St Louis Cardinals were rainec out but the Houston Astros will give it a try so all is not lost. Next Wednesday, July 5, Pa Gillick will conduct A one-da; baseball camp for boys.14-2' at Henderson Park. Registration will begin at 1C a.m. on Wednesday. All play ers are asked to bring the! own gloves, spikes and uni forms, if possible, and proof o age The cost of food, lodging an. travel will he the responsibihl of each individual. than three minutes to play, the Stampeders looked like 4 bad- ly-beaten team. However, dis- playing the stuff Grey Cup champions are made of, and helped by a couple of all-star blunders, the Stamps scored and converted two ass interference. That meant Calgary retained possession. "The play was already over when I bumped said Marcelin. "At least it should have been, Henley knocked the ball down." Said Jim Young of British Columbia Lions: "One of these years this league is going to die on its own officiating." "One official spoiled the whole said quarterback Don Jonas of Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The other key touchdown of the final quarter came on a one-yard pass from'Lindsey to tight end Herm H displayed the spirit of the Stam- peders. Three plays earlier Lindsey hit Gerry Shaw with a seven-y a r d touchdown pass which was called back for inter- ference. The other Calgary touchdown was by defensive tackle John Helton, who picked up a Jonas fumble and fled 40 yards to the end zone. It was the first touch- down the six-foot-three, 255- pounder has scored in profes- sional football. Robinson also kicked yard field goal to round out tha Calgary scoring. For the all-stars, Jonas threw four yards to Peter Dalla Riva of Montreal Alouettes and six yards to Terry Evanshen of the Als. Joe Theism ann of Toronto Argonauts kicked an 88-yard single on a quick kick and threw 36 yards to Young for a TD. .Ken Phillips Of the Lions kicked a 32-yard field goal, but it was the inability of the all- stars to kick a convert.lhat cost them the game. Phillips missed two attempts find Jonas the other. The game started slowly with no scoring in the first quarter, which was highlighted by Hen- ley's two interceptions, both off starting quarterback Jerry Keeling. Helton's score was the first play of the second quarter: Th9 all-stars closed the gap on Phil- lips' field goal and the watched by millions on the CTV network and on 109 .United States' down. Calgary appeared certain to go into the dressing room with ft three-point lead, but the staru struck quickly, scoring twice in 64 seconds. At Theismann passed to Young and at Jonas .hit Dalla Riva, making the score at the half 15-6. Tho Stamps closed the gap on their first series of the third quarter with Robinson's field goal, the quarter's only scoring play. The all-stars made it 16-9 on the first play of the fourth when Theismann quicked-kicked his single. CALOARY !3 ALL-STARS 12 STARS CAt- Flrsl dov.ra Vards rushing Yords passfng Passes madc-lricd Punts-average Fumbles-lcst Penalties-yards Ul 206 10-37 -19-3S 2-55 10-iJ.l 10-40.5 11 1-1 ..10-64 3-30 LINEMAN SCORES John Helton, o defensive Tackle with Calgary Slampeders, picks gp a loose football Wednesday before running 40 yards 1o score against the CFL All-Stars. Fellow lineman Fred James, 47, threw a block which helped Mellon across Ih. goal. (CP Wirephoto) Slow pitch deadline on Friday The deadline for registration for all slow pitch teams plan- ning to compete for the city of Lethbridge at the Southern Al- berta Games in Bow Island, August 2-5 is Friday, June 30. July 8 will see the elimina- tion tourney for both men's and be obtained from the Summer i person, is to provide horsemen r.omnc nffiivi Cltvlthe omwrtunlty of equestrian re- 'women's teams. To date sponse has been poor. Team registration forms can Games office at the old City Hall annex or. by contacting Wayne Bowes at 328-0876. Meanwhile, the Southern Re- gional Recreation Board of the County of Warner, will be spon- soring an equstrian clinic at nine Sunday morning at the Milk River Arena. The clinic, at a cost of per the opportunity of equestrian upgrading, it will be a practl cal clinic under the direction o! Mrs. Gwen Aneca, a noted equestrian authority. Instruc Uon will be given in western and English equitation and pleasure. For information contact And Graspointer in Milk River. Jusf Arrived! 25-CCM MINI MARAUDERS The ideal bike for that 3-4 yr- old. Slurdy box frame con- struction 16" rear one 12" front wheels makes thii Mini high rise as sporty as Ttt big brother equivalents. Com plele with training wheels banana saddle and chrorm plated 31 Ql mudguards..... wlifrf BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-322 Open Thurs, and Fri. 'Til 9 p.m. he days of the popular 54 hole vent. Invitations have gone to lubs in Montana, B.C. as well s various parts of Alberta. Entry fee for the three-da; has been set at an< s open to any golfer 18 years f age and over. Entries can be mailed to the club manager a he Country Club, P.O. Box 38 before 6 p.m. August 3. Th curacy is limited to the firs 44 paid entries and each entr; must be accompanied by cheque or money order and n refunds will be given unless replacement is found. All 18-hole qualifying rounds are to be played on Saturday, August 5. Tee times must be booked between 6 a.m. and 1 p.m. Championship flights and consolation rounds are all nine- hole match play. The champ- ionship final is 18 holes. Included in the entry fee is a supper and dance Saturday ev- ening. A horse race will high- light play Monday with the con- solation losers of the champion- ship, first, second and third flights, taking part. Joe Tomes of Great Falls is defending tournament champ- ion. Qaresliobn may soon have track CLARESHOLM (Staff) Claresholm may have a race track, complete betting, with pari- withun two VbuVe at flreVtbne STORES mutuel years. New development has forcet the town to take over the old fairgrounds and there is move- ment afoot by the fairboard to take over an 80 acre plot im- mediately south-east of the community. Long range plans call for an elaborate set of fairground buildings and some preliminary steps have been taken toward the establishment muluel betting at track. It is hoped that Claresholm could belong to a southern Al- berta racing circuit and be- come the first town of its size in the province to have betting. A main structure at the new grounds would be an all pur- pose arena. RADIAL-V of the part- race Countless more'miles and the smoothest, safest miles ever! At last a wide, wide Radial designed specifically for North American cars. Four belt plies under.the tread assure the ultimate in stability, mileage and handling. A great value for your vacation driving. Radial Safely, ratfiaUbnlfnf f y radial mileage, radial all-weather uaction 7 radial 02 ft' Received no help irom colleagues Gera definitely finished JDQUBIJ: BELTED NEW YORK-CAP) "If they don't want women in baseball, then women should not go to Bernice Gera said Wednesday In her first public appearance since ending her one-game career as the sport's first woman professional umpire. Asked if she was advocating a women's boycott, she re- "Every woman should think for herself." Mrs. Gera, admitting "frus- tration and disappointment with said she de- cided Friday that a game be- tween Geneva and .Auburn .of. the New York-Pennsylvania Leagv.e at Geneva, N.Y., Sat- urday night would be her c'sbut, and farewell, as a pro- fessional umpire. "I decided alter the um- pire's meeting that I would resign after one the 40-year-old housewife from the Jackson Heights section of New York said at t news con- ference. She said she- knew after the s i x -h o u r umpires' meeting Friday that she was not going to gel any co-operation from her colleagues. ON ALONE' Umpires must .work as a said Mrs. Cera, "but I went on to the field alone. I had no partner." Mrs. Gera was assigned as 'base umpire for the game, while Douglas Hartmayer was behind the plate. Hartmayer drove her to the game, Mrs. Gera said, but he refused to siaaals her, saying there "was noth ing to talk about." Hartmayer also appeared on national television- recently and was critical of Mrs. Gera. Mrs. Gera also said she didn't think she would have eventually gotten co-operation from the other umpires. In her seven-inning umpire career, Mrs. Gcra was in- volved in three controversial plays and ejected Auburn manager Nolan Campbell, who argued after she had re- versed a decision. Mrs. Gera, who won the right to umpire after six years of legal battles, an- nounced that she was joining the National Organization for Women and that she would work to get other women jobs in basebflU, PORTABLE BARBECUE 4-PLY NYLON CHAMPION IBr. Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 ;