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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May U, 1975 THE IETHBRIDGI! HERALD It pfWWr Shea Stadium split, jKjggogjietuKic; Surprising Phillies staying 'tcHns on an error by shortstop Bobby in a row since of Bill Gogolcwski and three re- C.nc au Baltimore per drove in ft (to New York tne eiguui -in.i. h-ii race led of] i with a get Willie Mays than Elliott Maddox le o wi a the star ot the show at double and Palmer walked .the illie Craw- ee batters forcingn the eighth nil. Boston's Ray Culp continued run in a row since coining to American League. Tommy Bar- per drove in three runs with a single and triple and Reggie Smith knocked in a pair with his first home run of the season and a groundout. took the opener 2-1. Elsewhere on a lighter-than-u sual major leagoe schedule, Ui geurs, who dropped Rader in eacl hile the Blues captured the 971 provincial juvenile champ- nship. One of their key players in he line-up is Chris Roa, who cored 79 points in 15 league ball ability is though. 111 uit nuiu, American lashing a run-scoring nit Cup fi in each inning. Bryant stroked Voyageurs, wno wiwcu an RBI double in addition ta [irst {wo games of the best- winning his first game. series, have ouuscored It was the first time the e cuppers ie-3 while winning or Dunuay. Jerrv neuss, The league will operate with iLouis "to Houston on opening six teams which Include the dayi was jeading his iormer .Economical Traniportatlon A complete transportation programme. No capital outlay. No unexpected work. No maintenance problems. No paper work. One pre-arranged monthly payment. Coll our teasing Manager, Mr. Roy Mclntosh ot 328-9271 Giants had won two consecutive games since the first two of the season. Greg Luzinsta's single with two out in the 12th enabled the Phillies to defeat the Padres and climb within one-half game of the Mets to the National League East. Luzinski also belted a run-scoring triple in the [ifth and scored on one of Don Money's four hits. Nate Colbert and Johin Jeter homered for San Diego. Jerrv Keuss, traded from St. Slue Willow Angels, and Tig ers from Edmonton, the Giants and Jimmies from Calgary, Red Deer Elks and the Lakers. The Lakers will participate in 34 league games and possi- ily four inter-locking games with teams in the Northern Saskatchewan Baseball League. Presently the Lakers are re quired to take on the Unity Cardinals, Kindersley Kiippers, Neilburg Monarchs and Eston Ramblers from the Saskatche- wan League. ui.j, was leading -_- team mates 3-1 entering the ninth Inning when the Cardinals erupted for three runs to pul out the victory. Ted Simmons and Donn Clen denon opened with singles and both runners scored when Reus fielded Ted Sizemore's bunt nn heaved the ball past first. Size more wound up at third an scored the winning run on singl by ex-Astro Marty Martinez. Texas scored two runs off Jir Palmer before a man was re tired in the first inning and hel ,on to beat the Orioles behin Tlis sign of better leasing KiUG CHRYSLER BODGE LTD, 3rd Ave. ond Uth SI. S. Phone 328-9271 NEW YORK (AP) "It pleases said Willie Mays, people still want me." With those modest words Thursday, the baseball great began a ''new career" at age 41 with New York Mets. The San Francisco wonder player, acquired in a much-pub- licized deal, responded with en- thusiasm at the idea of playing in New York. "I love baseball and 1 love this town." said the second best home run liitter in history. 'T looking forward to I' not looking forward to emba rassing e Clippe e last three contests and can m the championship at home onday night. Nova Scotia's power play-in- erse antics produced a sliort- viil entertain Shamrocks. The new league will operate ts first season with four teams Calgary will have two rep- resentatives in the Sham rocks and Premiers while Taber and Lethbridge will have one apiece. Taber, who lost out to Ed monton In the Alberta senip lacrosse finals last season wil open the league at p.m Saturday while the Native Son: and Shamrocks will tangle a 7 p.m. at the Henderson Ic Centre Sunday. The Native who ca tared the Lethbridge Challcnt, Cup by defeating Assinibo 16-14 in a two-game total-goa series last weekend, shoult have their hands full against the Shamrocks. The Shamrocks are made up of players from the Calgary ames last year. The Native Sons are hort of talent this season ither as they acquired five of le top grads from the Nanton laiders, a scoring specialist rom British Columbia and the op scorers from the club last 'ear. The Native Sons are hoping that Lethbridge will suppor the club in any way possible and help push Canada's nation al sport. ANDERSON LOSES BEVERWUK, Holland (Reu ter) _ Dale Andersen, 18, o Rocky Mountain House, Alt lost a decision to Finland Jouko Lindberg In a feathe weight quarter-final at the i ternational amateur box in championships Thursday night Mr. teonard rayuo p--------.- of leonord Payne Of Alberta ltd. Mr. Marcel Bo ha, been appointed President ond wll b. by his wife Dora, who been appointed Secretary Treo.ur.r. For the first time In Alberto, good quality Brior, will b. assembled and completed In cur plant in tathbrld... end Doro will be pleased to all the old ond new and invite you to see haw our good quality Bnar, once production i. under way In about 5 to 6 weeks. Different We're Canadian am-ii-fl F1 anded goal in each period, the rst by former Baltimore de- enceman Noel Price after the ame was only old. Yvon ambert scored the first of two nassisted Nova Scotia goals to nake it 2-0 before the end of the Peter Laframbolse pulled Bal- imore to within 2-1 early in the econd period, but Chuck Lefley ook the puck from Baltimore s Boh Rivard while the Voyageurs were short-handed and scored to make it 3-1. The final goal, an unassisted ally by Mike Laughton. wrapped up the scoring at if the final while j. Nova Scotia player was in the penalty box. p Trojans and the Calgary Southeast Blues. The Trojans, who folded op- erations this year, were the 1971 Alberta junior finalists George Foreman still unbeaten OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Un- eaten heavyweight contender George Foreman scored the 3rd knockout of his profes- ional career, and one of the quickest by stopping Argentine Miguel Paez Thursday mnl night at in the second glad the Now Is The Time To Install CAB GLASS Clear and tinted glasi free cslimatel THBRIDGE Mets didn't worry about how olJ I was. "That tells me something about Willie Mays. It tells me that maybe I've got something left'.' DEAL IN DOUBT For awhile, it looked as if the I Mels weren't going to get the great centre fielder at all. News of the prospective deal broke ast week, but it was reportedly cooled when the Giants' asked too much. Interested in one of the Mets' starting pitchers, the Giants set- tled Thursday for minor league right-hander Charlie Williams and an undisclosed amount of cash. The deal was quickly closed Thursday morning after Mays was personally brought in on ihe talks, Corner 5th Ave., 4th St. S. Ph. 327-1581 Bowling CAPRI BOWL CIVIL SERVICE Bill Cratk 276 !My D...-..- 141 (iSSl, Abe Eras 257, Boll Blac 267 692 Yo NisMmura 278 (BO) Tom Archbold 274 (7091, Lew Ml I '08 John Erlckson 271 732 KaYlyn Spitisr 279 Wllm. Vaje 7J2 Kaye Balhgate L Moore 291 Arley Wilson Marg Doyle 235, Marg Bessellng Carol Hall MS. SIMPSONS-SEARS Fran Kelly 210. Anthony Buttanonl W4, Tom Pratt 253, Frank Adams 238, Peqny Cassidy 244, Ann Serbu 25i Al Mike Prokop Audrey Able 275 Adele Neuleld 131. Sam ScrBU Ctlhy crtsMon SH' YOUNS ftDULTS linda Malcomson Pedrlnl !58. Ken KurlJ 331 Barry Nies- ermier 260 Bryan Rlttenliow. 216, Nadine Kovacs 232 Kim Kovacs 217, David Toth 2M. SENIOR CITIZENS Dick Anderson 307 (731) Henry Becntricld 251, Ben Evanson 253 Milner 235, Jack Munweller 267. Henry Myers Ellen Johnson It. Jessie McDonald 219, Ruby Oseen IB. 4ilda Bianehi 181, Mary Rose Nunweilcr 188. MONDAY MIXED Jones 265, Judy Lagain 570, Wllma Valer !41, Nedra 236 Vera Gonitia 733. Murry Brad- ford 261, Bill Crak 261 Bob Holmes 295, Jim Kalo 316 Ellai SaWIIU S'- TUESDAY AFTERNOON Francis Bambrlck J51, Mel flnnerty 553, Dena Smith 2S5 Helen Deal 280 Myrna Olshaskl 304 Arlene Reed 279 (6U, Olga La 242. Gloria Hrycyk 246, Phyllll Ner- tend 239.. DUCAN CANVASS Ranfly MtPiiee 20i, Sandy Oekes 190, Jack Hemewynen 2.67, Tony van Oyck 191, Phyllis Pastoor W, Jerry Graystock K7, Joe Gazarek 190 orad of a scheduled 15-round weighing 217 pounds, trapped the 32-year-old South American in a corner and pounded him with combination of punches throughout the sec ond round. The 23-year-old winner from nearby Hayvard made his pr record 36-0. He is ranked thir among heavyweight challenger to champion Joe Frazier. In their world, we're No. I SSS'r.EWS! youcanconcen- dealets. See the complets trats on fishing, Wp Evinrude line, 16 msteadofnavigat- oPi models from 2 to ing. And we built Wf ,k IffVl t inSseparatetilt-out W f yourdealer's positions TO that youroutboaid 3 ONLY 1972 SUZUKI ATTENTION PILOTS AIRCRAFT FOR HOURLY RENT Competitivs Rotet 1971 CESSNA 172 1972 CHEROKEE 140 SOUTHWEST AVIATION LTD. Phone 327-1561 Hanger 7 _ Ulhbrld9e, Altn. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. Your eompteta tjikd in South Alborla 913 3rd Avo. S. Phono 327-3221 Cloicd Monday Open Daily R a.m. to p.m. Thutiday and Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. OPEN A TOTAl OF HOURS A WEEK TO SERVE YOU! now. First In Outboards EVINRUDE CLEAN WATER! our future is riding on it Hepp's Industries ltd. Parlt ond Service Sttlcs Phone 327-2533 Simpsons-Sears Centre Villoga Mall Icthbridgo, Alto. Phono 328-9231 ;