Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 34
Previous Edition:
Next Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta First competitors arrive The first of what should be nearly 100 Judoka arrive Friday at-Kenyan Field. These eastern competitors are here for the Canadian Youth Judo Championships which got under way at the University this morning. Semi-final and final action is set fcr this evening at seven o'clock. Competitors from all across Canada will take part, in- cluding six Lethbridge judo stars. 'She just got tired'' Prevoyante not ready Saturday, May 5, 1973 THE LETHBRIOCE HERALD Phillies edge Braves 5-4 in 20 innings Things got a little confusing By THE ASSOCIATED PRTSS The designated hitter used to bo known as the designated pinch hitter. Now it's just des- ignated hitter in American League baseball and there's no more designated pinch hitter. At least there wasn't until Friday night when manager Dick Williams of Oakland Ath- letics produced a line-up that included a designated hitter and a designated pinch hitter. It you're confused, think how Race results CALGARY Victoria Park race results Friday: FIRST claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Step Aside Clyde (Kipling) 3.70 3.10 2.50, Top Chief (Rycroft) 8.60 4 70, Stromtree (Phelan) 2 80. Time: 3-5. You Show Off, Torma, Thanks Again, Bowalta, Another Trip also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 5 fur- longs. Potlafch (Barroby) 980 380 350, Airdrie Bob (Rasmussen) 3.20 2.60, Northern Skipper (D. Wiseman) 5.30. Time: 4-S. Chariot Trip, Munny Moon, Whistl- ing Queen, Bucking Hope also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: JJ2.JO. j Track Scratch Chiet Home. I THIRD allowance, 2 year olds, 3 fur- I longs. Cleveland Indians must feel alter surrendering 11 hits and eight walks and commiting four errors in dropping an 11-4 deci- sion to an Oaldand club that went through two first base- men, two third three shortstops and three second basemen. Elsewhere in the American League. California Angels edged Baltimore Orioles 1-0, Kansas City Royals beat Mil- waukee Brewers 5-3, Chicago White Sox blanked New York Yankees 5-0, Detroit Tigers whipped Texas Rangers 5-1 and Minnesota Twins outslugged Boston Rid Sox 9-6. GOT THREE IN FIRST Oakland's original line-up listed newly-acquired Daron Johnson as the designated hit- ter, batting fifth, and Gonzalo Marquez who throws left- harded, at second base, batting second- As it turned out, Marquez was really a dssignsied pinch hitter. Ke sacrificed and reached safety on an error as the Athlet- ic? scored three times off Gay- lorci Pern; in the first inning, Uvo coming on the first of three singles by Johnson. But when the Athletics took the field, there was Dick Green at second base and Marquez in the du- gout. "If you're going to use a pinch hitter, you may as well tlle said V, illiams. Of course, if victory in 20 innings, but five hours and 16 minutes had elapsed and there weren't too many fans left to appreciate it. And, if Atlanta manager Ed- die Matthews had anything to do with it, they'd still be play- ing. He claimed that home plate umpire John McSherry missed the call on the game's deciding run. "There's no question that he was said Matthews after Denny Doyle came home with the 20th-inning run under catcher Johnny Gates' tag. "Gates was up on the plate, not behind it. McSherry blew it." ADMITS MISTAKE Doyle, who scored the big run on pinch-hitter Jose Pagan's fly to Oscar Brown, surprisingly came in standing up. He admit- ted it was a mistake, but be wouldn't admit he was out. "I'm the first to admit that it SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan LOUISVILLE, Ky. (CP) La Prevoyante, undefeated two- year-old Canadian champion last year, apparently wasn't ready for a distance run and took her second loss of the year in the Kentucky Oaks Friday. "No just got said jockey Jolin Le- Blanc after riding La Pre- Levesque of Montreal took the Whitney, won with a time ol lead going into the clubhouse jone minute. 44 seconds. Ridden by Danny Gargan and coupled in the batting with Whitneys" Frozen Planet (Giesbrecht) 3.10. Time: 2-5. ley Child, Progressive Hcpe, Fifth Estate also ran. QUINELLA: J6.70, FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. I Stettler Auction (Morris' 23.40 7.20 5.30, Pleiades Fortune (Hedge) 4.00 3.20, Current (Haynes) 3 80. turn and stayed in front un'.il the last quarter when Bag of Tunes took over. "I knew she was empty at the quarter said LeBianc. "I got into her with the whip, but she backed off. She was a little short." voyante to a second-place finish INJURED LEG behind Bag of Tunes" in the 1 1-1 It was the first time in four 36-mile race for three-year-old fillies at Churchill Downs. The filly owned by Jean-Louis DUDLEY'S CUSTOM SHOP has moved to 1219 3rd Ave. S. or tha Corner of 3rd Ave. and 12th St. A South Have Two LICENSFD MECHANICS to handle oil of your ALIGNMENT, BALANCING, BRAKE WORK and TUNE-UPS races this year La Prevoyante was asked to go more than saven furlongs. She lost her 1973 debut at six furlongs and then Time: Multi Special, Tallyno Joe, Miss Fish Wifo, which finished fourth, the winner returned and La Prevoyante returned and S2.40 and Coraggioso re- turned to show as part of an entry sixth-place Save. Bag of Tures only her second race in six starts this year and her third in 12 career races. v.on at the same distance April Whitney collected a first-place T at Keenelanrl. She suffered leg i purse of while Levesque cuts in that race and trainer John Starr of Toronto had her out three weeks before she came back a week ago to win the La Troicnne Stakes over seven furlongs here. Friday's race appeared to picked place. up for second LIOXS SIGN TRIO VANCOUVER (CP) The British Columbia lions of the support Starr's decision not to cand.'an Football League Fri- I enter La Prevoyante in today's announced the signing of jl'-'i-miie Kentucky Derby for three running backs Tim i which the filly had been nomi- j Sullivan. Carlos Matthews and j nated. John Quinlan for the 1973 i Bag of Tunes, owned by C. V.' season. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FOR BOYS 9-15 YEARS FULLY QUALIFIED VIC STASWK INSTRUCTORS NHL COACH (Guest Instructor) Pius other top instructors GENERAL INFORMATION 2'z riiTIS doily Cholk talks ond instructional films Hockey game on final day of each school REGISTRATION FEE PER BOY CITY OF LETHBRIDGE RESIDENTS JUNE 25th 30th 9 years to TO years AUGUST 13th 18th 11 years fo 15 years SOUTHERN ALTA. DISTRICT RESIDENTS AUGUST 20th 25th 9 years to 15 years Applications Accepted On First Come, First Served Basis THIS IS A CITY OF IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY SERVICES PROJECT SUPPORTED BY YOUR LOCAL BOTTLER OF PEPSI-COLA Name ...........................Address Phone..............Position...... Age Medical Number Applications to be accompanied by S20.00 registration fee. All applications must be in by May 31, 1973. Application'; must be addressed to and cheques made payable to the CITT OF IETHBRIDGE (in core of Community Services Department, City of Tho applicant agrees lhat the Game City Hockey School will not be held responsible for any accident or loss that may occur during the duratiton of the School, fach boy must furnish all -hij own equipment (goal tending equipment will be Date......................................................... Parent's Signature For further information 328-2341, Ext. 256, or 327-1310 Kaysuecon, Speedy Kim also ran. Track Scratch. Lo Brook. FIFTH claiming, 4 y longs. Hot Beef (Stadnyk) 10.00 430 2.60, Winarica (Hedge) 300 2.40, Earl Grey (D. Wiseman) 290. Time: 2-5. Miss Ballaspree, Roly Glen, Cleen ThiTKirg, BIDS Mustango, Gallant Ap- ollo aslo ran. EXACTOR: S30.40. SIXTH claiming, i year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Diddle (D. Wiseman' 9.50 4.10 300, Merry Muffef ilnda) 320 260, Drunk- e-i Sailor 'Rasmussen) 2.80. Time- V27. Day Will Come, Two PM, Speeds Beauty, Behi Behi, Sure Speed also ran. SEVENTH Si ,900, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Mr. Wolfe (Phelan) 4.60 3 60 2 80, Bramble Magic (Whittle) 5 60 4.40, Brazen Bully (McCauley) 3.10. Time: 2-5. Grand Stride, Shipmaster II, Srody's Style, Super Start, Indian Quill ran. Eighth Race unavailable. NINTH SI ,500, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlonqs. Pops Lady (Hedge) 7.90 450 3.60, Caesar's Song (Stadnyk) t.70 6.00, Tis Foclery 'Gold) X.40. Time- 1-s. Pay Your Bill, Royal Xyt Cum fooos. Top Boss, Tay's Talent also ran. QUINELLA: first, second or third. use a pinch hitter when the situation calls for it and there's no rea- son for not doing it in the first inning.'' Johnson also delivered run- scoring singles in the seventh and the saven-run eighth. In Baltimore, former hero Frank Robinson, now with the i Angels, was presented wifh his old No. 20 uniform, in which he olds, 7 fur- j helped the Orioles -win four pen- nants. Then he went out and doubled with two out in the sev- enth inning and scored the only run of the gams on Bob Oliver's double as Rudy May pitched a two-hitter for his third straight shutout. The high spot for the Orioles, who have lost fsur in a row, came their remaining Robinson, Brooks, singled in the second inning for his 2.417th ca- reer hit. most ever by a third baseman. Philadelphia Phillies usually try to give fans their money's worth, but Friday's perform- arce was ridiculous. Sometimes offering a high- wirc act or a daredevil who flies through the air on a kite, the Phi lies just decided to play 1 baseball and play and i play. I By the time they were fin- ished playing, the Phillies had a i 5-4 National League baseball Foreman plans exhibition bouts DETROIT (AP) George Floyd indicated they would fa- Foreman, world heavyweight, vor Jerry Quarry as his oppo- boxing champion, will partici- nent. pate in a series of five exhibi- Foremans exhibitions consist tions in the United States and of the champion "fighting" Canada this month, Leroy Jack- three two-round bouts, eacli son, his personal business man- with a different opponent, ager said. Jackson signed a contract for the series Friday with Pro Bouts Inc., a Canadian-based fight promotion organization. Foreman won the champion- shJD from Joe Frazier last Jan. 22 in Kingston, Jamaica. The contract calls for Fore- man to open on May 12 at Junior Olympics announced is it that certain peo- ple always manage to find something tainted abaut individual perform a n c e s? Could it be they loak, pur- posely for them? Brian MacFarlanc has never impressed me v.ith his ability to intelligently inter- view guests as part of Hock- ey Night In Canada. MacFarlane. for those of you who are not familiar, is the smiling face who confid- ently says "Good evening. I'm Brian and then stumbles through a ses- sion with his guest. MacFarknc is pail of the Montreal (earn currently handling the Stanley Cup playoffs. Thursday night, MacFar- lene struck close to home with his attempt at putting down, possibly not on pur- pose, but I wonder, what I thought was a commendable performance. What little respect T did have for JIacFarlane, has all but disappeared. Donnie Mar- shall joined MacFarlane on the post-game show from Chi- Frorn this corner, Frig per- formed more than adequate- ly. He got hii share of ice time on Chicago power plays and I don't have to tdl you he figured in the final out- come of the game. Hawks trimmed the Canadiens 7-4 leaving them trailing the Habs 2-1 in a best-of-seven final. Frig, I thought, scored a goal during one shift the ice. The goal was later award- ed to another rookie. Marks. Frig agreed with the call saying he saw it hit Marks leg and go in behind Ken But it was his heads-up play against Frank Mahov- lich that scaled a strong per- formance by the local skat- er. With Tony Esposito out of the play dove in front o.' a shot by Mahovlich, got his stick on it and prevented s. goal. Chicago coach Billy Reay agreed that Frig made a big play. Montreal trying for the momentum to carry them back from a 5-0 deficit and Frigs' play loomed larg- and larger a? the game went on. The Hawks scored two empty-net markers, so realistically had Frig not stopped the Big M. she's a tie game and overtime coming up. The two plays, his assist and his save, I thought made cago Thursday evening. Mar- shall the analyst and Mac- Farlane interviewer. But MacFarlans c o n s i s tently tries to play both roles. It is no secret that Mac- Fariar.e knows the Montreal Canadiens are his bread and butter. But where does he get off referring to the Habs is "we missed some good chances late in the game'1 or "I thought we had some tough The closest he comes to getting bad breaks is climbing up into the press bax. The incident that riled me, pome cf you may not have heard i'. came when Marshall v-3? giving credit where cre- dit is due. Len Frig, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frig of Leth- bridge and a former stand- out with the Sugar Kings of the AJberta Junior Hocksy League, saw action in his first National H o c ke y League game Thursday. Not only v, as it his first NHL game tut it v as a Stanley Cup final and a game Chicago Black Hawks couldn't afford to lose. for an outstanding debut into hockey's highest ranks. Thej along came MacFar- lane. I may have over-reacted to his remarks but they uncalled for. Marshall had just given credit where cre- dit was due. He said that Frig showed poise in block- ing Mahovlich's shot and that the young man was in a pretty tough spot in his first NHL game. How does MacFarlane ans- "He almost gave the puck away en his first shift on the ice you'll recall.'1 Who cares unless he aclual- ly did give it away, which he didn't. If it had been a Montreal rookie who had made the play we would have seen five or six replays and MacFarlane would have expounded at great length at the excellent play. All other things, big or small, would have been forgotten. I'm sure Frig didn't hear the remark. Even if he did, it would have had little effect on him. But it did gripe me. It's almost a blessing Sun- day's to be able to watch and listen to unbiased inter- Mews from south of the bor- der. I don't really care if the announcers do bore you with facts and statistics a good hockey fan is already aware of. Credit is given where credit is due. Windsor. Ont. That bout will hp CALGARY (CT) The larg-j followed with a May 14 appear- est youth program under-' ance in Buffalo, N.Y.; May 17 taken by the Canadian Olympic bright'for the local product. in Montreal: May 19 in Quebec j Association (COA) was an-' As for Frig, who reached all-star status with Calgary Centennials of the Western Canada Hockey league be- fore H badly broken arm hampered his career, it looks like the future holds v e r y City and May 24 at Maple Leai Gardens in Toronto. "Over these 90 days since winning the title, we travelled and lived it Jackson said at the signing, "and now its time to prepare for what you may say is our destination, for a defence. This will be a con- certed effort to test possible fight sites as well as good hard work for the defence." Jackson refused to say when Foreman's title defence would nounced today by A. A. Crowell, the association's executive dir- ector. The new program, called Jun- ior Olympics, is modelled after the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics program in the United Sates. The Canadia'n program is fir athletes 19 years of age and under in all Olympic sports. Each sport will schedule its own competition and be respon- sible for conducting the pro- I know he was disappoint- ed at not getting a crack at the parent Blaric Hawk club this past year but all indica- tions are they won't be able to hold him back next y tar. Frig has spent the last two years in the Central Pro League with Dallas Black Hawks. Tie flexed all of pis 22-year -old this past winter and as a result was named the league's first all-star team. The 1972-73 season w a s Fug's best, without a doubt, and if you don't believe me a.sk him to show you his most valuable defenceman trophy when he gets back home In explfamng stopping Mahcvlich's shot Frig said he didn't think Mahovlich saw him. He just dove and the puck hit his stick. Asked what made h i m react SD fast, Frig said "I figured I'd better do some- thing or I probably wouldn't see much ice time later." Tee dme is one tiling Frig should see plenty of next year, and with Chicago Black Hawks and not the Dallas Hawks be conducted or who his oppo-1 gram. The COA will provide nent would be. competition ribbons, medals, j "All that is still being de- certificates of participation and Lowrv fore-eel into retirement cided." Jackson said. Bill Floyd, president of Pro cr.s posters to tournament AUSTIN (APi Quarterback Bouts Inc.. indicated he'd like to have the defence fight in Canada. The program will be financed i Alan who by the Royal Bank of Canada, i Longhcrns to th? Crowell said the use of the Cotton ball LiMgue's college dr.ift Lowry had joined the Lon.c- horn ha.icbalJ squad, but no- "I'm heading a group of fa-' Olympic name is expected to nadian businessmen who are privileged to bring the heavy- weight champion of the world to Floyd said. "I must say we have real high hopes of putting on a championship fight with George Foreman in Can- attract several thousand more young hopefuls into comepti- tive sports programs across Canada. Russell Sneddon, proram dir- ector, anticipates more than a milhon athletes mav he involv- Bawl title, is finished with foot- ticed at a recent game that brll ''my fugers turned cold, and He must give up his athletic the tips of thorn became blue career because of circulation problems in his right arm. Selected the most valuable player after Texas defeated Alabama, Lowry was a defen- sive halfback before switching I ed in local, provincial and nn- to quarterback last year, lie and numb.' Dr. Thomas Kirksey said Lowry has a "major blockage of the blood vessels in his right arm" with two blood clots in his right hand and one in his elbou. not good coming in stand- ing said Doyle. "You have to slide. It was in- stinct not sliding. I saw the catcher go up and I thought I was in. It wasn't the smartest thing to do." In the other National League games, Montreal Expos beat Cincinnati Reds 6-3, Los Ange- les Dodgers defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 6-5 in 10 in- nings, Houston Astros beat New York Mets 9-5 in 14, Pittsburgh trounced San Diego Padres 12-6 and San Francisco Giants beat Chicago Cubs 5-4. Doyle triggered the Phillies' rally by leading off the 20th with a triple. After Greg Lu- zinski and Larry Bowa were in- tentionally walked. Pagan came through with his game-winner. GOT BY 13 The Braves had broken a 2-2 tie in the top of the 13th on Dar- rell Evans' two-run homer, but the Phillies cams back to make it 4-4 in their half of the inning on a wild ptich by Ron Schuel- ler with the bases loaded and a sacrifice fly by Del Unser. Dave Lopes knocked in the winning run with a lOth-inning single, leading Los Angeles past St. Louis The Dodgers had tied the game 5-5 in the bottom of the ninth on a run-scoring single by Willie Davis. By GARY KIRK KIRK'S 1IRE SALES LTD. Can you imagine o base- j ball player hitting eight home I runs in nine innings Did i you know that this amazing I feat once actually happened in a professional gome? I A man named Joy Clarke, i who later went to the majors, was playing for Corsicana in the Texas Association on July 14, 1902, when he hit eight homers in one 9-inning game Nobody else has ever come close to thaf in any other game in professional baseball history. I Did you know there wai a league baseball team that played 42 consecutive yeors without winning o !nant! It was the St. Louis Browns who once played in the American League They went from 1902 through 11943 without finishing first in j all that time They won their only pennant in 1944.. Her s a tough question for you As you know, golf is one of the few sports in which the low score, and not the high score, wins Now, con you name any other sport in which this is true? Another sport where the low- est score wins is cross country. I'll bet you didn't know I that the New Uniroyal Steel I Belted Radial (Guaranteed to qo miles) gives o Magic Carpet Ride In- I creased puncture and blow- I ouf protection 12% better Traction Cooler Running I Increased Skid resistance I and stability 20% better I handling 75% more I hazard protection (Aj com- I pored to our conventional Biavply No wonder Everybody insjalling them! I ada in the near future.' If Foreman does defend his finnal Junior Olympics sports was picked by New England 'p-obably rausod title in Canada, Jackson and by the end of 1974. i Patriots in the .National Foot-1 throwing.' Kirksey said the problem by "vigorous See KIRK'S for The Best Deal for Every KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Experts" "four UNIROYAL Daater 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd Ave. S. i 327-5985 PHONE KIRKT> FERNIE, B.C. I Phone 423-7746 I KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) UD. I 6201 50th I Phone 223-3441 rnone ;