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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta May 8, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD -11 ANDY CAPP I'VE FOUGHT 1HSFIGH1 A HUNDRED TIMES OVER IN ME MINt> "DIDN'T .TAKE "SOU TO THE b-PICTURES, PET- AN'EACHTIME WAS KAYO'D: Maybe cursing stops the rain By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston's John Curtis had some unprintable things to say about the weather in Chicago Monday night, but the rain worked in his favor as the right-hander pitched the Red Sox to a 4-1 American League Race results results I baseball victory ovsr Chicago White Sox. "I was cursing under my breath when it started to Curtis said after some early-in- ning precipitation. But the wetness turned out to be a blessing in disguise, soak- ing the artificial turf in Whita Sex Park just enough to cause the Chicago outfielders some fifth-inning grief. Orlando Cepeda led off with what looked like a single, but .centre fielder Ken Hendsrson j slipped chasing the ball and Ce- peda limped into second. With two on and two out. John Ken- j nedy also hit what appeared to be a single. This time, right fielder John Jeter lost his foot- ing and, by the time he recov- ered, Kennedy had a triple and the Red Sox had two runs. In the only other American League action, Baltimore Ori- oles' beat California Angels 3-2. Now York at Minnesota was rained out. EXPOS BLANKED In ths National League. Pitts- burgh Pirates edged Los Ange- les Dodgers 5-4, San Diego Padres defeated Chicago Cubs 4-1, Houston Astros blanked Montreal Expcs 6-0. Phila- delphia PhiUies defeated Cincin- nati Reds 3-2 in 14 innings and New York Mets beat Atlanta Braves 7-2. It was Curtis' first start since April 19 and his first triumph and first completa game of the season. He also pitched his way out of the bullpen and back into the Bed Sox' starting rotation. in relief gave me a chance to get some plate sense in the form of spotting the catcher's glove and throwing to it." said Curtis, who allowed only one earned run in 11 in- nings covering three relisf jobs since his last start. "It gave me a chance to concentrate on pitching and hitting the target. "I wasn't going out and chal- Turk, Rebel i longing people. Pitching is just 150 ran- I a matter of believing your stuff S1.600, claiming, 4 year olds and up, i jg good enough to get you by 7 even the good hitters. Chicago five CALGARY (CP1 Rac-? from Victoria Park Monday: FIRST claiming, 3 year old dens. 5 furlongs. Callim Nash (Starfnyk' 7.40 3.30 7.80, Lady In The Dark (Barroby) 2.70 !.70, silk Bobbin (Rycroft) 7.-10. 3-5. Kid, Fabipnnp. Sir Magic., Miss Wilson also SECOND claiming. 3 year olds, 5 fur. ppjo.-fprf 'SiadnvM 17 on t.fO 3.50. (Hedae) 5.00 1 BO, Irish Society (Phelan) 2.60. Time- 2-5. Shuswep Sam. J B's Girl, Counts Enual. Kev Rockey, Yael also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S70.10. THIRD 3 year olds, 7 furlongs. Return (D. P 00 6.70, Suntims Girl (Stadnyk) 3.80 3.30, Fort Trail (Phelan) 3.40. Time: Cypress Pal, Rina, Mondays Pro- mice, Speeds Pride, Pointed Indian alro ran. OUINELLA: S48.30. FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlcnos. Pequina Princesa d.90 3.70, Ima Eagle (Hedge) 4.50 4.80, Freeway Fiver (Stadnyk) 4.50. Time: 3-5. Tcrraro, Mister Auctioneer, Fire Opal. Wangles Magic also ren. Track Scratch Mesh Boy. FIFTH il.500, claiming, 3 year olds, 5 fur- longs. I en's Birthdav (Phelanl 9.30 3.50 3.90, Return Fare (Indai 2.70 2.30, Silenf Stream 'Thorn) 2.90. Time: 4-5. Special Blend, Acquadette, Honest To Goodness, Joys Premium also ran. EXACTOR: K1.6C. SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs, raroi'fer (Watson) 10.90 5.10 3.10. Sharp Reply iKipllngi 5.BO 3.30, Easter (Norrisl 4.70, Time: Lets Get Goinci, Kocl Robin. Hellzi, Juioaidie also Key Joker (Hedge} 5.50 3.50 2.70, Hop! Joe (Rvcroft) A.OO 4.20, Hail The Dodger (Whittle) 5.20. Time: 4-5. Forest Heights, Magic Spree, Coal Dust, Bum Money also ron. Track Scratch: New Alert. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlrngs. Jay's Victory (Barrobyl 13.90 7.80 4.90, Honor And Glory (Kicling> 7.10 Table For Tony (Rasmusseni 3.80. Time: 3-1: Klondike ChBrm. Patar-niif, Moore- Gate, More Racerific also ran. NINTH clalminn, Curtis allowed hits as the White Sox winning streak ended at nine. Houston stretched its string of victories to nine as Dave Rob- erts hurled a six-hitter in blank- ing Montreal. The Astros combined singles by Bob Watson. Lee May, John Edwards. Tommy Helms and Roberts with Jim Wynn's sacri- year olds and up, j fice fly for three runs in the 3 third inning. Cesar Ced3no horn- Individuals honored along with teams Sunday Rousing ending to Minor Hockey year The 1972-73 Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association's awards banquet was a rousing success as a large gathering took in the afternoon session at the Adams Ice Centre Sunday. During the course of the afternoon, some 23 individual trophies were handed to out- standing past season perform- ers along with eight team trophies and another six special trophies. The 23 individual trophies were divided among the LMHA's six divisions. In juvenile play, Joe Meli of the Lethbridge Midget Elks was selected as the most valu- able player while teammate Joiin McLaughlin was named the best goaltender. Nelson Doenz of the Leth- bridge Warriors was honored as the most gentlemanly play- er. James Mars was awarded the most valuable player title in the midget ranks while toiling with the Stampeders while teammate Collin Barnes was selected the most gentlemanly player. Ti-Oat's netminder, Kelly Keenan, was named the top goalie while Barry Ontkean the Lakers received a trophy for being the scoring champion. Ontkean also watched his teammates grab the league championship trophy while the Stamps picked up the award for being the city champions. The Maple Leafs had two players earn awards for their play in the Bantam divi- sion this year. Daryl Yackulic was selected as the lop netminder while Walter Montina was the scor- ing champion. Red Ross of the Black Hawks picked up the most gentleman- ly player award while Cana- dian's Glen Greve was named the most valuable player. Golf league Tlie Canadians and Maple j Leafs received trophies for' being the league and city cham- pions respectively. The Mustangs picked up a pair of awards in Bantam "B" play this past season. Chuck Haughton was named top goaltender while Calvin Logan was picked as the most j gentlemanly player. j The most valuable player award went to Geoff Cox of the Kings while Brad Low was the scoring champion. Nuggets also took home tro- phies for winning both the league and city championship titles. Cleve Miyashiro carted away the best goaltender award in Pee Wee "A" play. Miyashiro toiled with the Whips. Mark Cameron of the Pinto's was named the most gentleman- ly player while Gordon Tait of the Blues and Terry Hamilton of the Falcons grabbed tro- phies for being the most val- uable player and the scoring champion respectively. Falcons carried away the city championship trophy for this division. The Bears dominated the awards in the Pee Wee "B" di- vision as they walked away with of the four indivi- dual titles. Troy Dickson was named the top netminder, Mark Szucs the most valuable player and Rick Leitch the scoring champion. Olympic Games tvill be profitable? Drapeau reassures taxpayers By GOrOON GRANT Canadian Press Sports Editor TORONTO (CP) Mayor Jean Drapeau reiterated Mon- day that the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal won't cost Canadian taxpayers a fact, he said Canadians soon will be discussing how to spend the surplus the Games will create. Drapeau told about 2.000 dele- gates to the annual meeting of the Association of Canadian Ad- vertisers the Games will be self-financing. He didn't elaborate on how the Games would create a sur- plus, but stickhandled his way around being asked about defi- cits by asking himself ques- tions. He said he'd outline how Mon- treal successfully bid for the Games and then answer ques- tions from the audience "al- though I'll ask the first three myself." The first question he asked was how much the Games would cost the taxpayer. he said. Drapeau said he'd guaranteed the federal government he wouldn't ask for funds if the Games organization was allowed to raise money by sell- ing stamps and coins and hold- ing a lottery. Later in his talk about fi- nances he backtracked a little from his remark by asking: "How can there be a deficit if all the revenues and self-financing programs run un- til the deficit is In an interview he said the sale of stamps and coins and the lottery would be continued after the Games had ended. The organizing committee has said it will raise million through the sale of Olympic commemorative coins. S10 mil- lion through the sale of stamps and million from a lottery. Drapeau said there would be four lotteries "each providing S8 million net." There would be one this year and one in each of the next three years. Whether the lottery would be run federally or "multi-provin- cially" had not yet been worked out. Legislation now was being prepared to decide the best way to issue coins and stamps. Asked how much the main Olympic stadium would cost, he said "thats a loaded question" and didn't answer. He did say the cost won't be known until after it is com- pleted. Giving an estimate would be unwise because when "we ask for bids we mustn't in- dicate in advance: what we think the cost will be." He said the bid for excavation for the main stadium, the veio- drome and underground park- ing was beJow "our estimates." The next bid would be called for the velodrome building be- cause the world cycling cham- pionships will be held in Mon- treal in 1974. He told the dinner gathering the 197R Games will become known in the future as "the Games that save the Olympics." By keeping costs down and not trying to outdo cities which had held the Games De- Montreal Show! would be known for its "mod- esty, simplicity and as being Games for the j treal wculd prove that a coun-' try didn't need to be rich to hold them. The Olympics had reached a i size that threatened the move- j ment. From the start, he said, no pro- vincial or ever thought of using the Olympics to promote the idea that Can- ada could do things bigger and better than anyone else. i One reason that Montreal! could keep the costs down was j that "civic improvements are' already Other cities had i used the Olympics to get funds! for civic improvement, but i "we've already got them, Expo did that for us." Allan Duval of the Penguins snapped the sweep by taking home the most gentlemanly player award. The Bisons landed the titls for being the city champions. Six special awards were also handed out to players and offi- cials for various reasons. Randy Syrenne was given a special award for being the most improved hockey player in the LMHA while Reg Osmond named the player with the most desire. Steve Pocza was awarded the Lefty Espheter award for his contributions to the minor hock- ey program while Cal Dickson was awarded the president's award for his efforts. Two other awards went to Gordon Orser for his dedica- tion to minor hockey while Harry Hoeksema was honored for his outstanding tion throughout the years. Koeiien trap shoot all set The Loihbridse Trap Club will s'.age its annual Frank Koensn Memorial Shoot this weekend. The two-day event will pet under way Saturday at 10 a.m. and will continue at 9 a.m. Sun- day. A Calcutta auction and a barbecue will he held Satin- day evening and lunch will kv served on the grounds. All action is slated for Lethbridge Trap Club, located half-mile north and one mile west of the airport. fire stone STORES Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 We make it easy a.t (PhHan, 7.60 River Hawk 5.50 3.9o, o u t-i ered in the eighth and j tripled a run home in the ninth Nayu', Fleet Flitter, Tally Boy, Kelt- and SCOred OH Roger MetZger's 2a Girl, Palatial also ran. 'cinolo QUINELLA: S23.10. .Single. COUNTRY CLUB Low Gross Reg Turner. Swifts 40. Low net Turner. Swifts 30. Low team net Swifts. Tur- ner. J. Goupli. j. and C. Redfern 150. STANDINGS Gentle in n Swifts.............. 10 Key Realty...................10 Reliance Agencies ..............9 Eatons..........., 4...... 9 Packers...............'...... 9 Black's.....................' ,s Parsons ........g Lethbridge Office Furniture 7 Tollestrup's ...............t Lakeview Texaco.............. 5 Dorigatti......................3 LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net Jim Reay. Leth- bridge Herald 34; Ed "Hender- son, CJOC 34. Low gross Lloyd Kan 3- wischer. Jubilee 33. Low team net Jubilee, Lloyd Kanewischer, Graeme Roger Cordukes. Abe Neudorf 150. Eight-point sweep Imperial Life over Ace Building. Leo Singers...................3B Jubilee..................... 27 Pahulje..................... 25 Imperial Life..................22 CJOC...................... 22 Ace Building................. 22 The Herald................... 20 CHEC ......................20 Fraches ..............20 House of Lethbridge............ 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In turn, each league will con- sist of a farm league, a little league and a senior little league with games staged every Mon- day through Friday until June 22." Playoffs are set for June '25. Meanwhile at Lakeside last night, Allan Gepneris started the season on the right foot as lie hurled a one-hitter to lead the Angels to an easy 14-2 vic- tory over the Tv.nns. Robert Stewart suffered the loss. Biake Tillotson led the An- Tel.s at the plate with a double r.ncl a pair of singles while Davin Chaki added two sin- gles. Gepnoris aided his own cause with a home run while Tim His- aoka managed a double for the lone Twin's hit. In another contest at Lake- side, the White Sox blasted the Red Sox 21-5. Campbell Magyar earned the mound win over Cam Pieres. Barry Kimmitt paced the White Sox's hitters with four hits while Elaine Bartell strok- ed a double and a single in a losing cause. 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