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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jun. 30, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 11 Dodgers having their problems Tigers didn't start to roar until ninth By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The first time. Billy Martin saw the friendly left field wall at Boston's Fenway Park he dented it with a run-scoring .T double as a brash young rookie with New York Yankees in 1050. The last time he saw it was Thursday night as manager of Detroit Tigers and Ws ardor hadn't cooled one bit. "Anything can happen in this ballpark and usually Martin said after the Tigers, blanked for eight innings by rookie Lynn McGlotiien, ex- ploded for eight runs in the last four on Bill Freehan's grand-slam homer into the screen atop that ever- present beat the Red Sox 8-4. SENIOR CHAMPIONS Lelhbridge is the home of the Alberta senior bowling champions. This local learn won the title Thursday at Capri Bowl. The winners are, left to right, front Phyllis Wurzer and Kalie Bernliart. Back, lefl to righl are Nick Bianchi and Frank Bernhart. Mising was Peter Tuck. The Bernharl team finished with 241 points. Medicine Hat was second with 216. Twelve teams in all took part m the event. Valentine and Steve Garvey de- livered a gift run that tied Thursday's game for Houston Astros and then Bob Watson ri- fled a single for two more runs and dn 8-6 victory for the As- tros, who moved to within one- half game of first place Cincin- nati Reds In the National League's West Division. In other National League ac- tion Thursday, San Francisco Giants edged Cincinnati Reds 3- 2, Philadelphia PhiUics ripped New York Mets 9-4, Pittsburgh Pirates shut out Montreal Expos 0-0, St. Louis Cardinals topped Chicago Cubs 4-2 and San Diego Padres outslugged Atlanta Braves B-6. Asked if he anticipated any changes for his error-prone fielders, Dodger manager Alston frowned. "This is a bad Haivks planning something? Leafs' pen is busy Short sport roundup NEW CONTOACT MONTREAL (CP) Head coach Sam Etcheverry of Mon- treal Alouetles today received i new mandate and a new as- sistant coach. Sam Berger, owner and pres- ident of the Canadian Football LOOKING FOR A FAMILY BUSINESS? GROCERY AND MEAT STORE LOCATED IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA TOWN Completely slocked, includng Fridges, Counted, Cosh etc. Building 30' x 40'. APPROXIMATE VALUE Will trade for home In Southern Alberla x For Tnformallon, wnle or phone J. I. LIZEE, HAYS, ALBERTA Bus. Phone 723-3752 8es. Phone 725-3953 AMIRALI P. HAJI 1067 Hewe SI., VANCOUVER, B.C. THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON CASH PRIZES Frances B. Saucier, Denver, U.S.A. Ronald Barker, Hamilton, Onf. Blanche Ladauceur, Pembroke, Onl- Vfolet Miller, Calgary Bubtn-Kohn, Sv.ifl Current, Sask. BUI Lynnj, Airdrie J. L. Broceolo, RevelsroJce, R-C. Mrs. Reglna Jllman, Calgary G. R- Fawcefl, Ft. Saskatchewan Helens Iwan, Calgary Mr- F. J- Vancouver Diane Werrti, Calgary Molly Crosley, Yarmouth Co., N.S. Roterl1 F. Tyner, Strearnstown John Marie PovMik, Thorsby Roger Pdirter, Medley John Kirk, Hanna Mrs. Rufh Prossak, Calgary Valery Cormier, Halifax, N.S. Viena Bevis, Nanairoo, B.C. Pauline Pronovost, Quebec, P.Q. Bela Vtrlcria, B.C, Doug Gilbert, Calgary Thetrro Reed, Grand Cenlrc J. B- Tail, Edmonton Joe Patlerscn, Rosebud Mrs. N. L, Day. WinilJCld, B.C. Albert Nys and Reg King, Winnipeg A. G. Hcbbs. Calgary Dale Oiflortf, Calgary Joe SpievaK, Coleman Robert Hay, We fa sfc iwi n George Ardy, llderton, Ont. Julia Fprrier, Edmonton R. K. Breeder, Regina, Sask. Edward Dell, Nanaimo, B.C. Mrs. A, H. Turney, CafQflry Mr. John Myhre, Red Deer J. L- Smith, Cardstwi Mr. Jo Rollins, DrlfJpUe School M. J. Myers, B.C. Henry Friz, Calgary John HolmluAd, Wetasklwin R. N. Lang, Edmonton Gertrude L, Duncan, Calgary Olga Diverrvycnuk, B.C Larry Rudolph, Lelhbridge Wrs. Grace M. Ash, Vancouver, B.C T. Laird, W. Vancouver, B.C. Helen Remezoff, Vancouver, B-C drs, Roy Radclifle, The Pas, Man, fWro Slrava, Regina, Saik. Wing, Medicine Hat tod MacDonald, Ctarestiolm Wen Mosher, Edmonlon ohn McKellar, Orangevtlle, Ont. Mrs. F. Bridgwaler, Aylnier, Onl, rVir. Tom Wong, Lake Louise pa net re Ox ley, Vancouver, B.C. R, M. Twa. Calgary J, W. Bereia, Edmonion Mrs- G. R. Dunn, Sumedand, B.C. Carel Navratll, Nobfeford Mr. R. Bra fiord, Winnipeg, Man, Juneann Hanson, Vancouver, B.C. Mons Marce Duval, Co. Beauce, Qu. .V. Wing, Medicine Hal Helen M. Thompson, Kings Co. N.B. James Allan, Calgary A, Symes, Edmonlon 3ick Dyck, Calgary Leslie A. Syvrer, Surrey, B.C. Mrs. R. AllRright, Prince Alberl Jack Sanderson, Peace River John P, Stawnickey, EtJnrvon rcn Diano Schafl, Red Deer Mary Hegland, Medicine Hat J and H. Lockharl, Edrnwiron L. Helkoop. Calgary Ralph R. D. McNeil, Calgary Dick Peace River D. M. Ros5, WJnnlpt-g, Man. Alrkk Norman, Cam rose H. L. Schwartz, Ottawa, Onl. Wes Desy, Port Albernl, B.C, Mrs. Olive Durrer, Calgary Mrs. A. M. Lamb, Cafgary H. R, O'NeH and Family, Calgary N. Edrt-.snro-T T. A. Irwln, Medicine Hat Gallagherj Calgary Jean Anderson, Timmlns, Ont, Dennis Edmonfon Josephine Anton, Medicine Hat Betty Van, Klllsm F, and M. Keel re, Calgary Russell Minyka, Edmonton Et> and Edna TuHord, Saskatoon J, Aspey, Brantlord, Ont, Mrs. J. W. Ross, Calgary eague team, and Etcheverry eclined to discuss terms of the oach's new contract, believed o be for two years. REIGirrON PHILADELPHIA CAP) Dhilade1phia Blazers of tlie new Vorld Hockey Association today amed Dave Creighton as gen- ral manager. 'ATTERSON SIGNS NEW YORK (AP) Floyd 'attevson, virtually set lor a re- .irn bout with Muhammad Ali, igned Thursday for a 10-round ight with Puerto Rican heavy- Pedro Agosto at New .'ork's outdoor Singer Bowl July 4. 'ERREAULT BSCK BUFFALO pumed the new World Hockey Association today and signed a new multi-year contract with he National Hockey League earn. That increased Detroit's lead in baseball's American League East to two games over Balti- more Orioles, who lost to the Yankees 4-3, and sent the Tigers home to begin a big four-game series with the Orioles in a happy frame of mind. Elsewhere, Chicago Wlu'le Sox and Oakland Athletics split a doubleheader, the White Sox winning the opener 4-0 and the Athletics taking the nightcap 3- 1; Kansas City Royals took two from Minnesota Twins 5-3 and 12-4, Milwaukee Brewers shaded Cleveland Indians 3-1 and Cali- fornia Angels drubbed Texas Rangers ERROR STARTS IT Freehan started Detroit's big inning by reaching first base on an error by Boston second base- man Doug Griffin. With one out, Al Kaline walked and singles by Jim Northrup and Paul Jata each drove in a run and drove McGlothen out. Tony Taylor greeted reliever Don Newhauser with a bases- filling single and Dick McAuliffe tied the score with a two-run double. Bill Lee, the third pitcher of the inning, walked Aurelio Rodriguez, loading the bases again, and fired a called third strike past Ike Brown for the second out. But Freehan drilled the next pitch for Ms fourth home run of the season and third career grandslam. The Yankees ended the eight- game winning streak of Balti- more's Jim Palmer and beat him for the first time since Sept. 26, 1669. They chased him with three runs in the second inning on Ron Bomberg's homer and RBI singles by Jerry Ken- ney and winning pitcher Mel By THE CANADIAN PRESS Chicago Black Hawks claim reports they had a news confer- ence scheduled Thursday to dis- cuss veteran Bobby Hull's jump lo the World Hockey Associa- tion's Winnipeg Jets was an al- lempt "to smoke out our legal activity in the case." But there was enough activity in the Toronto Maple Leaf camp to indicate the fledgling WHA is causing even the most reaction- ary of National Hockey League clubs some worry. The Leafs announced they had signed 12 chattels lo the big- league club and another 11 down on the farm at Tulsa in the Central League. The To- ronto club usually goes to canip with a dozen or so holdouts. But one they didn't come to terms Dave Keon still at large and Ottawa Nationals, who have the rights to the veteran centre, are awaiting a meeting today be- ween Leaf general manager Jim Gregory and Keon's agent, Mike Elik, before deciding on their pitch. Hull, 15 years Says: Place Hindi Clou Together No matter what type of grip you use, you must place your hands as close together as possible if your swing is to function torrectly. If your hands are even slightly sep- arated, one is likely to work against the other to the detriment of your swing. I personally use the Vardon overlap, placing the right little finger over the left forefinger (see Make cer- tain your right ling finger and your left forefinger are batted against another. "Golfer of the Year" 33 1972 NATl. Syn. H3S with Chicago, culminated much-publicized jump to a Buperstar his the WHA this week by signing with the league a multi-year conlraci calling for 51 million and an other pact with the Jets csli muled at million. LAWYERS AT WORK "Our lawyers are studying the a Chicago spokesman said Thursday, "and until a de cision is reached we have noth ing to say." Elsewhere in tlie WHA, Dav Creighton was named genera manager ofPhiladelphi Blazers. The announcement in dicated Creighton, a veteran o 13 NHL seasons with Bosto Bruins, Toronto and New Yor Rangers, will also serve as as Native Sons travel to Calgary The Calgary Royals will get another crack at the Southern Alberla Major Lacrosse league- leading Lethbridge Nalive Sons Ihis weekend. The Native Sons, who lead with a mere one point edge over the Calgary Shamrocks, de- feated the Royals Il-G in their last encounter Tuesday The two clubs will lock horns at p.m. in Cafgary Sunday. Meanwhile the faber Ebony Hawks and the Shamrocks will meet twice on the weekend. Saturday night the Hawks will I ravel lo Calgary, but will get a return malch in Taber Sun- day. Stottlemyre and scored what proved to be the winning run ofl Dave Leonhard in Ihe third on Bobby Murcer's triple and Hoy White's single. Bobby Grich ho- mered for Baltimore. Sparky Lyle relieved Stottle- myre after six innings and blanked the Orioles on one hit the rest of the way for his 15th save, tops In the majors. Oakland maintained its five- game lead over Chicago in the American League West by split- ting a twin bill. Mike Epstein's two run eighth-inning homer was the key blow In the night- cap after Dick Allen socked a two-run homer for the White Sox in the opener lo support Wilbur Wood's 12th pitching vic- tory, n seven-hitter. For Los Angeles Dodger fans, there is some good news and some bad news. First, the good news. The Dodgers are cutting their field- ing errors. They made five boo- boos three games ago but re- duced that total lo lliree Thurs- day. Now, the bad news. They're still losing ball games in Ihe field. Ninth-inning errors by Bobby Generals edge Athletics 3-1 The M and K Generals came back from 1-0 first Inning def- icit to edge Athletics 3-1 the Lahor Club in Commerical i US! THIS HANDY MAIL CHCER COUPON IE SUM TO PM1H1 CtfJUUV flfASE 00 NOT US! MM 0! nUMIl TOOII TICKET Will IE IMIUD TO toir pnouf CAIDARY STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE I 1 P.O. BOX 2900 CAlOm. ALBERTA T2P 2M7 Enclosed is my order, msde payable 10 thu Calgary Stampede FuturitySweepluke. lorwaid by relum Quantity Stampede No.................... _ J I (Remittance must accompany coupon') 7-ii INrCHWIIKlY-IIIMIMl YOlUCHMieil 01 WINKIMI RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENTS LETHBRIDGE SH and DOOR Corner 5th Avenue, 4th Street S. Ramos fails dope test MADHID (AP) The Span- ish Boxing Federation asked the World Boxing Council today to deprive Mando Ramos of the WBC lightweight championship because a dope test he took had proved positive. Ramos, of Los Angeles, won the title with a close 15-round decision over Spain's Pedro Carrasco in Madrid Wednesday night. After the fight Ramos and Carrasco took urine tests before a team of doctors from tlie Spanish Federation. The Spanish Federation in formed the president of the WBC, Ramon G. Velazquez, in Mexico of the result of the tes and asked the WBC head to change the result and declare the Spaniard the winner and new WBC lightweight till holder. lien's Fastball League actio Thursday night. The Generals struck for tw runs in the bottom of the fift and once more in the sixth t :ake'the lead for good. Kaye Elliott picked up th mound win giving up seven hit while George Jackci sufferec the loss allowing five safeties Dennis Kisio led the Genera at the plate with a pair i doubles while Elliott aided hi own cause with a double and Harry Nagata stroked tliri singles in a losing cause. In the exhibition encounte the Miners' Library blaste the Lethbridge Hotel Junioi 17-0. George SantonI fired a tw hitler to earn the mound win Danny Santoni hammered home run and a single wtr! Gary Wyrostofc belted a trip: a double and a single for tl Miners. Meanwhile tlie LethbrMi Miners' Library will host tl Calgary Host Rent-A-Car f a pair of Calgary Major Men Fastball League game Sunda Game times are set for p.m. and p.m. at the Da Elton Fastball park. me lo ask that he id. "I'd like lo replace them 1, but they're the best I nl you go with your best." The Dodgers wiped out an irly 5-1 Houston lead, lying the core on Jim Lefebvre's three- pinch homer In the sixth ,ning. Then, Los Angeles took le lead on Carrey's homer in le bottom of the eighth. That's when the Astros played dirty trick on the Dodgers. hey started hilling the ball to Garvey instead of pitching It to im. Norm Miller opened the Astro ninth with a pinch single and im Brewer relieved for the 3odgcrs. One out later, Cesar sistant lo player-coach John McKenzie. the other Blazer sig Thursday were forwarc ryan Campbell (Chicago! an anny Lawson (B u f f a 1 Don O'Donoghue an fenceman Ron Plumb from e Boston organization and juo- r Richard Campeau. Onetime Chicago favorite Reg eming returned to that city th the WHA Cougars white ew England Whalers brought wir roster to 17 by signing aul Hurley, 26, a former Bos- n College ace who played lust ear with the Bruins' American ,eague farm, Boston Braves. Quebec City's Nordiques con- nued to lengthen their II J, by gning junior Yves Bergeron and collegians Punch Cartier, tike McNamara, Mark Shew ink and Rocky Martin. Bergeron played last year Shawinigan Bruins, Cartier ilh University of Michigan, hewchuk and McNamara with ir George Williams and Msrtln dth Loyola College. who had a two-run iomer earlier, grounded to Jarvey. The Ihird baseman's hrow got by Valentine, cover- ng second, for an error and Miller wound up on third base and Cedeno al second. Next, Jim Wynn bounced an- other grounder to Garvey and this lime, the third baseman ihrew the hall away himself, al- lowing Miller to score the tying run. Cedeno stopped at third and Wynn wound up al second. That was all Hie help the As- Irps needed. Walson followed with his two-run single, giving Houston the victory. Atlanla Braves sold veteran first baseman Orlando Cepeda lo Oakland for on undisclosed amount of cash Thursday, then purchased controversial pitch- er Denny McLain from the Ath- letics' Birmingham farm club of the Southern League. In the Cepeda deal, the Braves got the right to pur- chase McLain. They immedi- ately exercised the right. Minor baseball The Twins used a 21 hit at tach to trounce the Royals 23- in Lakeside Little League play Thursday night. Doug Mentanko took the los jiving up 21 hits while Kim Kivkpatrick earned the wi: hurling a two-hitter. At Norcrest, the Cardinals whipped the Expo's 19-4. Kim Tinordi fanned 11 ha1 ters to best Clark Bosch o the mound. Tinordi also poked out tw doubles and a single in his own cause. Monty Sanford and Fran Kogler also chipped in wit a double and a single each. 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