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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Mciy 3, 1977 Cults explode for 16 hi I a against Braves jivTIIF YIT.I) I-IIKSS Gentry, who Iras two ono-liit- uvuhiitcr is' ".-rat if you tors to his credit, now has onc get a Uvo-hit shutout." New: two-liitter to KO with them. And Vork's Gary Gentry observed. if Bohhy Bonds hadn't been in -But anil two runs? I San Francisco Giants' lineup hale to think what would have Tuesday night, (here's no telling happened it I gave up six hits." what Gentry might have gotten. p- lionrts fiot the only Iwo hits off enabling New York to come the Mats' hartl-thiwinK right-1 away with a 4-2 victory tliat lumdcr. triples in the foui'lli and j shoved the Aids back atop the ninth innings that led to both of National League East. the fiiants' runs. lint the rest of tiie San Fran- cisco offence was nonexistent, In the rest of the National League action, Cincinnati Ueds overtook St. Louis Cardinals 7-G, Williams calls Gaylord 6cute' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Docs pitcher Gaylord Perry of Cleveland Indians use his hair hasn't thrown any so far this season. But ho can't explain it. "Before the year is up, I'll says Texas Hangers' manager Ted Williams, who's pretty sure. "I think he doctors to put "stuff" on the bail? Only probably Ire right up there his manager knows for sure. where I said McNally. "He's a cute pitcher, all left-hander was nicked for singles by Rick Keichardt in Ihe second inning, pitcher Stan Bahnsen in the tiiird and Bill ihc ball up every now and i .Mellon in the fourth before re- Ihcn." Whatever Perry was doing with the ball was way over the Rangers' heads Tuesday night. Me allowed only four hits and had 12 strikeouts before leaving in the eighth inning as Cleve- land took a 4-2 decision. tiring 17 successive batters. Then Melton got the White Sox' last hit, a two-out double in the ninth. Mel Slotllemyre continued his domination of California, pitch- ing a seven-hitler to lead New York over the Angels. It was his STORMIN' NORMAN-Tiger first baseman Norm Cash jports a new set of sun-glasses, equipped with battery- operated windshield wipers as he clowned around in the dugcut recently. By EWART BOUSE MARGATE, N.J (AP) Joe Frazier, relaxed at his seaside hideaway here, ap- pears light years removed from the "Smokin1 Joe" who relentlessly pursues opponents in the ring. But when he starts talking, you realize that the world heavyweight championship and the comforts it brings ha- ven't mellowed him. "Cassius he says. "I have no more heart for Clay. My heart went out for him the first time. But he's not a true brother." Frazier refuses to call Clay by his Muslim name, Muham- mad Ali. Scott quits boxing ring SEATTLE (AP) The Wash- ington State Athletic Commis- sion suspended the licence of middleweight boxer F r a s e r j Scott indefinitely Tuesday. Scott said last month he had i participated in two fixed fights j out of the slate and was quitting boxing. The suspension came after Scott, of Kirkland, Wash., da-[ clined to give the commission any evidence to back up his al- legations. "I have Scott said, "but it's j evidence." Seott said he was never in- j volved in a "sham" fight in the j stale, hut had been approached many times. j As to his out-of-state bouts, Scott said he was aware of "a i conspiracy to get me the cham- pionship of the world." "He's a phoney, that's what he is. A plain, old phoney. The next time we meet, it won't last 15 rounds." The champ doesn't say what occurred since March, last year, when he successfully de- fended his crown against Ali. to make him conclude that Ali isn't "a brother." He's more explicit about their rematch. "Right now. I'm training for my May '.1, fight against Ron Slander in Omaha, Neb. But I'll put it this Clay's ready tomorrow, I'm ready today. "He says he's fighting more than I am. My belief is he's fighting because of his finan- cial situation, because I don't see how all that fighting he's doing is going to help him any when he faces me. "The records show that once I've fought a man, he's not the same. He has no more speed or spunk." At 225 pounds, Frazier plans to scale down to 210 for his fight with Stander. "I don't think I'll ever be able to scale back to the weight at which I fought Clay. I was about 205 then. I'm only 23 years old and still growing, not taller but spreading out a bit. "But I feel great. After my fight with Clay the doctor said I had high blood pressure. Now my pressure is so right, I think it's really feel great." An Ali-Frazicr rematch? "Right now' Clay is doing his thing, and Fr.izier's doing manager Yank Durham says. "I personally never look be- yond the fight immediately ahead Afterwards, well, we'll sec." An exasperated Williams was, cj hU] stl.aigllt vietory over the still trying to wash that man I West Coast tcam an'd booslcd right out of his hair after the I career mark to 15.3 The Yankees blasted out Cali- fornia starter Rudy May with their five-run rally. Kansas City managed only three hits off Tom Timmerman over the first seven innings, but then pushed across two un- earned runs in the eighth to beat Detroit. The Royals, who Chicago Cubs bombed Atlanta liravcs 12-1, San Diego Padres defeated Montreal Expos 6-1 I and Los Angeles Dodgers squeezed by Philadelphia Phil- lies 7-6. Houston's game at Pittsburgh was rained out. Bonds should have had three hits. In the first inning, with a runner on first, he slammed a pilch deep into the right field corner. But Rusty Staub raced to the fence and made a one- handed grab of the drive, rob- bing Bonds of a run-scoring, ex- tra-base hit. In the fourth, he unloaded shot to left-centre, then scored on G'arry Maddox's grounder. In the nintii he went the other way, booming a triple to right-centre, then coming home on Ken Hen- derson's sacrifice fly. The Mets grabbed a 2-0 lead in the second inning against Don Carrithers on run-scoring singles by .Icrry Grote and Gen- try, then Cleon .Tones got what proved to be the winning run with his second homer, a solo shot in the sixth. Bobby Tolan's t h r e e -r u n homer capped a five-run sev- enth inning that vaulted the Reds over the Cards. Tolan is leading the major leagues with game. "It's the first lime I've seen said Williams. "I kept hollering to the umpires about him going to his hair. I don't know what you have to do to get them to go out and look at it." PERRY DENIES IT Perry, who has heard such in the EDMONTON (CP) Northlands ark race results Tuesday: distress signals from National broke a 3-3 tie with the rally, League opponents before his added tlieir final run i off-season trade to the Amcri- can tills season, firmly insists that lie never uses that greasy I Norm Cash hit a three-run kid stuff. j homer for all Detroit's runs. "I hard Williams hollering at the umpire but it didn't bother me." said Perry. "It's the best speed I've had on the ball ail year. I don't remember when I had so many srtikeouts last." In the other American League games, Baltimore Orioles whipped Chicago White Sox 3-0: New York Yankees defeated California Angels 5-0 and Kan- sas City Royals downed Detroit Tigers Rain washed out Minnesota at Milwaukee and cold postponed Oakland at Bos- ton. Williams' players supported their manager's charges that Perry was using an illegal pitch, "A lot of pitchers throw the spilter maybe said cen- ter fielder Elliot Maddox. "But Perry starts you off with it... spittcr .spitter spittcr." WEAKENS TN EIGHTH Perry, former San Francisco Giants s'.ar who came to Cleve- land during the winter for Sam McDowell, pitched a power- house game before weakening in the eighth with two outs. He- a .446 average and is tied for second in runs batted in with Ifi. St. Louis had knocked out Reds starter Don Gullett with three-ran bursts in the third and fourth innings before Cincinnati stormed back. CLOUT 'EM Home runs by Ron Santo, Glenn Bcckert and Jim Hick- man highlighted a 15-hit Chi- cago assault on three Atlanta pitchers, the Cubs' biggest out- put of the season. Rick Monday ninth on Lou Piniella's home, had four of the hits. Bill Hands coasted to his first victory of 4.00, Your Fancy (Combs) Blaze Of Speed (Hnynes) 5.10 310, Rousella (Whittle) 3.20. Time: 1-5 Klondike Dave, Ka h u t a, Mystic Twister, Gin Whiz, Bar Scope alsa ran. SECOND claiming, 4-year-olds and Dp, 5 furlcnus Hfldason (Levine) 2.PO 3.60, Ot> ligotion (McCauley) 2.BO Outro- mari (Billinasley) 3.60. wiffle, Morning Mas- Little Miss Day alsc ne: Mister Flee, ter, Saucy Susie DAILY DOUBLE: S6S.30. THIRD SMOO claiming, Two-year-elds, 3 fur- longs Vickie's Champ (Shields) P.90 3.60 Return Fare (Blllmgsley) 3.60 lief pitcher Steve Mingori came 4JO' in to put out the Ranger fire. Dove b-Amour, s u n 11 m Gin, Perry was helped to bis third j American League victory by' Bay Fosse, who capped a three-run Cleveland rally in the sixth inning with a two-run dou- ble. Dave McNally pitched a four- hitler and needed only Boog Powell's two-run homer In the first inning to record his third victory for Baltimore. McNally, who served up 2-1 home-run pitches last year, still 'Bultc plans hall meeting The North County Recreation FOURTH allowance, 3-year-old f II lies, 5 furlongs. Retel Robin [Hammil) 19.10, 9-90 5 50, West Wind Hope (Stadnyk) 5.80 300 Point (Whittle) 3.00. Time: 4-5 Lady Tyrone, Flying Exit, Western Fair, Eastern Jade, Johnny's Honey also ran. clali longs FIFTH ing, 4-yea Old Fort (Norm) B.-lO 3.30 3.30, No- acception (Rasmussen) 3.00 2.70, Dew- ey Boy (Levine) 3.60. Timo: Artist's Palette, Royal R o u 5 e r, Handsome Champ, Crescent Style, Haytlrn's Beite also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, j-y ear-olds, the year with a six-hitter. Fred Norman pitched 4 2-3 in- nings of perfect ball for San Diego, then sellled for a four- hitter against the Expos. Leron Lee provided the Padre power with a homer and run-scoring triple and Norman climaxed a four-run eighth inning with a two-run double. Tommy Button's two-run tri- ple in the seventh and Roger Freed's homer in the eighth gave the Phils a 6-4 lead but Los Angeles tied it in the bot- lom of the eighth on sacrifice flies by Bill Grabarkewitz and Manny Mola. then won it in the ninth when Bill Russell cL'ew a bases-loaded walk. Pepitone no longer Jikes game CHICAGO (AP) Joe Pepi- tone, Chicago Cubs' first base- man, said he is longer interested in playing pro- fessional baseball" and asked Ihe club to place him on the voluntary retirement list. A Cubs spokesman said: "The request has been accepted effec- tive Monday and will be for- warded to the National League president lor approval." Pepitone told the Chicago Daily News: "All my life I've been a scapegoat until a couple of years ago, then I started to be happy for the first time. "Now Tin the scapegoat again. The whole club is going bad, five, six guys doing lousy. But who do they bench? Me. After only four games. "I've been fouled up. T had ANDY CA1T IT'S OKAXKIO, I'VE STILL GOT SOMETHIN1 SHOW I'M 7 MARRIED I CAN'T BEARTO FOR A DRINK LIKE THAT, PET-I'LL CO AN' PAWM MV WEDDIN1 RING- MUST AVE 'ER LITTLE DIG-: Signed, happy mid ready lo piny 1070 J.JO, Flower De May (Hammil) 1.UJ. Time: 3.5 Fleet Fliller, Lady Solflc Record. Hopping Hcpe, Truckle also ran. Men's Fastball League have called a meeting for 7 p.m. at the recreation office in Picture Butte tonight. j Further details about the 1972 j season will be discussed and all j 5 intprndpH toiniq miKf ivn Cflsl1 (Billingsley) 12.60 d.90 UUU-LSIUI teams mu.iL.sLnn ii_p i 390( ChilMlG Cher] (Bflrr0by) d.6o 3.50, i re.sentat.ives. SEVENTH 4-year-olds and Blue ends long holdout BOSTON (AP) Vida Blue, Athletics for a night game with Oakland Athlclics' pitching sen- Boston Red Sox. sation, got a whopping pay in- "I'm signed, I'm happy, I'm crease Tuesday and ended a long holdout. Blue, who received last year as he won the Ameri- can League's most valuable player and Cy Young awards in his first full season with the Athletics, signed for However, the 22-year-old left- hander fell short of his goal. He originally asked then lowered "his demands to Blue, who flew to Boston late Monday night, kept baseball commissioner Blie Kuhn, Amer- ican League p r e s i d e n t Joe Cronin and Athletics owner Charlie Finlcy waiting for nearly 1 hours He signed during a 15-minute meeting at league headquarters and then appeared at a news conference before joining the ready to play." Blue said. Blue, who had a 24-8 record in 1971, said he probably will need "three or four weeks" to get in condition lo pitch. "Vida will remain with the club during the conditioning Finley said. Told of manager Dick Wil- liam's prediction that Blue will win 20 games this year despite the late start, Vida said: "I'll be lucky if I win 10. I'll lake wjiat I can get." Kuhn announced that Blue's agreement provides sal- ary, a bonus for his 1971 performance and "for any possible liability under a contingent f o u r -y e a r college scholarship" which was part of Blue's original bonus arrange- ment when he signed in 19G7. Ordinarily, a major league player's salary does not start until he's ready to play. How- ever, Finley said that as part of his offer at a meeting in Chi- cago last Thursday, Blue's sal- ary would be prorated starting April 27. Calgary may still have WHA c ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES' W L F A Pis CALGARY (CP) The Her- ald says a Calgary financial group is studying the feasibility of resurrecting the city's fran- chise in the World Hockey Asso- ciation. The group is reported headed by Dave Scalherd who has refused comment. Other members of the align- ment, the newspaper says, are oilman Tom Brook, oilman-pub- lisher Max Bell and Fred Man- nix, head of a heavy-construc- tion conglomerate. Brook was president of Cal- gary Stampeders in 1948 when the Western Football Confer- ence team won the city's first Grey Cup. Calgary's franchise was can- celled Monday when the original group didn't post a per formance bond to meet a week- end deadline. Scotty Munro, co-owner of Calgary Centennials in the Western Canada Hockey League, and Bob Brownridge were the main backers of the original franchise. Brownridge withdrew several months ago because of illness and Munro dropped his plans lie-cause he wanted to stay in junior hockey. Boston leads best-of-seven Gamo Thursday Boston at New York LEADERS Fsposito, B Bucyk, B Orr, B McKeniie, 0 Slanflt-ld, B Hadfield, NY lEN'S WEAR 318 5th 5T. SOUTH PHONE 327-4210 GRADUATION SPECIAt ALL SUITS Reg. 89.50 Double knits, wools, beltetl baeki. Sizes 36 tr? 46, fall, regular, ihort...........ONLY 20 SUITS ONLY Sizes 37 to 42 "I H.50 All wool English worsted. Broken sizei. Rog, 69.00 lo 89.00 SUMMER SPORT CAPS DRESS SLACKS Foilrcl Douhln Knili Wools 'JACKETS OFF .wwwtK _ ftr, WCIOUT Qffj OFF SUMMER WEIGHT COMBOS Short lotitj legs. SPECIAL! ALL WEATHER COATS Opon Thurs., Fri, till 9 p.m. extro No rcfundi or nxclumgos he hell, that's cry-baby stuff. Then the strike destroyed me. I lost my timing and my desire. So did some other guys." Pepitone said all he wants is "peace of mind." "t had that peace of mind for a while, now I'm all fouled up j NEW YORK f AP) Jack p he added. ''I lake these J Nicklaus maintained his No. 1 j piils and they don't do a thing. I spot in tbe weekly money-win-1 take tranquillizers the doctor j ning standings compiled by the j gave me and I'm nothing but j PGA tournament players divi- nerves. Like the shakes, man. si on Tuesday. Nicklaus leads Hodne, B 7 8 AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST Rob HOCKEY SCORES Slanlcy Cup Boston 2 New York 1 j Boston leads bcst.of-seven final 3-0 I Memorial Cup j Detroit Quebec 5 Cornwall A Boltimcr? Cornwall leads fcesr.of-seven Quebec final 3-2, one game tied f.'ew York Peterborough 2 Ottawa 1 j Boston Peterborough wins Ontario besl-of- Milwaukee seven final 3-0, two games tied Edmonton 3 Rcgina 0 j Minnesota Edmonton leads western best-cf- Oakland seven tinal 2-1 cnicaqo NATIONAL LEAGUE I East New York .020 010 9 San Francisco OM 101 2 1 1 Gentry (2-1) fir.fi Grote: Carrithers Barr (S) and Radcr. HR: NY- Jones Cincinnati 000-001 10 (I St. Louis ..003 300 12 0 Gullet', Borfonn (4) Merrill (1-0) (6) Sprngue (7) Hall (8) and Bench; Wise, Shaw (0-1) (7) Santorlnt (7) Grzeods (9) and Simmons. HRs: Philadelphia 100 002 i 14 0 Los Angeles ODD 100 12 0 Fryman, Brandon Reynolds Twitcncll Herner Lersch (1-1) Short (9) and Ryan; Downing, Al, Brewer (1-0) and 5 13 oielz, Sims HR: Pha Freed 6 13 W L Pel. GBL 7 5 -583 Pittsburgh St. Louis Chicago Atla S 5 West H 12 7 A Snn Diegi San FranciFco 6 12 TODAY J GAMES Atianla Jarvis. 2-1 at Chl< L2 Houston Dlerker 1-1 at 6Va Ellis 1-1 Cincinnati Blllinchan Cleveland 1.0 N Montreal Torrei 1-0 at San Diego Norman 0-2 New York Matlack 2-0 at San Fran- cisco Stone 0-1 et Los An- aclcr, Sinaer 2-1 N TUESDAY'S RESULTS Atlanl.1 ......OCO 000 1 Chicago 431 310 15 Reed (1-3) Neibauer (2) and Williams; Hands (1-0) and H ley, Rudolph HRs: Chi Sant. Hickrnan (31, Beckert Houston at Pittsburgh 3 .777 A .636 6 .571 7 .500 B .J67 9 .357 Boston Sifr- York Ksnsfis City California TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Hunter 1-1 bc-rt 2-0 N California Ryan 1-2 at Peterson 0-3 Chicago Wood 3-1 at Palmer 1-2 N Kansas City Splittorff 2-1 at Detroit Lolich 3-1 N Minnesota Kaat 1-0 at Slaton 1-2 N Cleveland Wilcox 1-1 at Texas Bro- berg 2-1 N rain, cold 000 (WO 1 4 1 San Diego 001 101 Renko (t.2) Stronmayer (8) and Boc- cntjc-lSa; Norman (1-2) and Barton. HR: cjo Jenkins TUESDAY'S RESULTS Oakland at Boston ppd I Pittsburgh weather Minnesota BT Milwaukee 0-3 at St. Louis California 001 000 070 New York 5SO 000 6 0 May (0-11 Fisher (1) Doyle (6) Queen (6) Murphy (8) and Torborgj Stoltlemyre (1-3) and Munson. Chicago 000 000 140 Baltimore 201 000 3 7 0 Bahnsen (2-3) Kcaley (8) end McNnlly (3-1) and Etchebar- rcn HR: Cleveland Oil 003 4 B 0 (61 i Texas ..000 000 7 0 G. Perry (3-2) Mincjorl (B) and Fosse; Bosman Pina (6) Paul (8) and Kiny. 030 DM 6 6 1 Detroit ODO 300 3 8 Da! Can Ion, Rocker (1-0) (5) and May; Timmermnn Seelliach (9) and Freehan HR3: Pinielia Del-Cash "Baseball is n f log-cat-dog business, you hear, business, t Nicklaus remninncl In front j with while Lee Trevino o in this year on the j moved past Dave Hill info the I j end of a two-year contract. I got I no raise from last year after a J terrific season." 10th spot after finishing eighth Monday In the Byron Nelson j Classic. 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