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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 1J, 1972 THE IETHBRIDCB HERALD Dodgers, Mets Expos beaten-' Surprising Phillies staying right in the race IT SAYS IT ALL HERE The "Say Hey" kid. Will Mays, now a 41 -year old major baseball league veleran, reflects his move to the New York Mets from San Fran- cisco Gianls in New York Thursday. (AP announce The Lethbridge Lalrers' team roster increased by three play- ers with the signing of two in- fielders and a pitcher for the Crampton shares lead FORT WORTH, Tex. (AF) It was something like a scene from out of the past, a bad dream of sorts. "1 know you all thought it was headed for Crampton's quipped Bruce Crampton. "Let's all get together and make it official and put a plaque up there." "I tell everyone In Australia that I'm the only Australian Vho has a lake in Texas named after him." Crampton flirted with his lake on final hole Thursday but salvaged a par and captured a share of the first-round lead in the Colonial National Invitation golf tournament. The 36-y e a r -o 1 d Aussie stripped four shots from par 70 and at 66 stepped with Texan Fred Marti into a one-stroke lead over a quartet of challeng- ers at 67. Crampton, one of the hottest Hems on the professional golf iour this year, blew a victory here 10 years ago on the 18th hole in both the third and fourth rounds with approach shots into tile lake beside the green. The water hazard since has been named Cramplon's Lake. Marti, winless in nine years on the tour, shot a in- cluding six birdies. 1972 Alberta Major Baseball League season Thursday night. The sigiungs of Howie Hcg- gedal, Rob Roy and Bernio Sonnatag along ivith the Wed- nesday night's agreements by Bob Turner, Tim Negrello and Allan Ferchuk makes club's roster total six thus far. Heggedal, who played field for Ihe Lethbridge Cub's last, season, has been converte into a first baseman this and will hopefully supply some of t.he hitting power for Lakers. Roy and Sonnatag also tolled with the Alberta champion Cubs last season and ere en- dowed with experience. Roy, a third baseman, Is con- sidered by many as one of tlia best players at his position in Alberta today. Always a threat up at plate, Roy can give the Lakers the timely hit or belt the long ball if needed, ability is his though. His defensive prime asset l Transporjollon A complete transportation programme. No capital outlay. No unexpected work. No maintenance problems. No paper work. One pre-arranged monlhly pnynvent. Call our teasing Manager, Mr. Roy Mclnfcsd "at 328.9271. Sonnatag on Hie other hand, Is a veteran pitcher who will be used primarily as a relief specialist. The Lethbridge Lakers will open their 1972 league schedule r May 21-22 when (hey act as hosts to the Edmonton Blue Willow Angels at the Hender- son Ball Park. Game time is tentatively set Jor Sunday. The league will operate with teams which Include the Blue 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- bly four inter-locking games with teams In the Northern Saskatchewan Bascba 11 League. Presently the Lakers are re- quired to take on (Jie Unity Cardinals, Kindersley Klippers, Neilburg Monarchs and Eston Ramblers from the Saskatche- wan League. W'll illie YORK (AP) "11 Tlie sign of better leasing KiNG CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Avc. ond lllh Si S. Phone 328-9271 pleases said Willie Mays, ''that people still want me." words great career" at age 41 wilh New York Mels. The San Francisco wonder player, acquired in a much-pub- licized deal, responded with en- thusiasm al Ihe idea of playing ill New York. love baseball and T love this snid Ihe scc-ond best Now Is The Time To Install GLASS Clear nnd tinted glasi ir free estimates LiTHBRIDGE anllOOR Corner Slli Ave., 4th St. S. Ph. 327-1581 Hy THE ASSOCIATED I'llKSt No sooner do the New York Mets get Willie Mays -than Wil lie is the star ot the show a Shea Stadium Willie Craw ford, thai is. The Los Angeles outfieldei lashed a double, triple and hi fifth home run to spark the Dodgers to a 0-4 victory in the after-dark portion of a day-nigh doublcheader after the MeU took the opener 2-1. Elsewhere on a lighter-than-u sual major league schedule, the Mays-less San Francisco Giant; trimmed Montreal Expos 6-2 Philadelphia Phillies edged Ear Diego Padres 6-5 in 12 innings St. Louis Cardinals nippec Houston Astros 4-3, Texas Rangers downed Baltimore Ori t- oles 3-1 and Boston Red Sox wlupped California Angels B-l. Mays, that arrived at Shea during the first game as Tom Seaver, with ninth-inning relief from Danny Frisella commnert four-hit puchlnf of Bill Gogolewski and three re licvers. Elliott Maddor led off n-ilh a double and Palmer walked .the next three batters, forcing in the first run. The second an error ny snonsiop Bohb Grich. Paul Blair homered the eighth for the Baltimor run. Boston's Ray Gulp continue his mastery of California, bea ing the Angels for the sixth In a row since coming lo th n American League. Tommy Ha B per drove in three runs with single and triple and Reggi d Smith knocked in a pair t- his first home run of the senso e and a groundout. tourney shaping added s that a horse race will be hel g Monday of the event, beginnin at and will see the 10 1m gross leaders after 36 holes tak V ing part. The second annual CMnoo Classic golf tournament, Bet to Henderson Lake Golf Club th weekend of May 20-22, Is fa taking shape. According to club profession al Earl Francis the entries to the three-day 54-hole evei have past the 100 mark. En tries, at per person, clasf Sunday evening. Three more celebrities enter cd the fold today, Ted Ducliii ski of the Saskatchewan Rough riders, Ernie Hicke of the Cal fornia Golden Seals and Roge Kramer, who last year retire from the Calgary Stampeders Also back for his secom crack at the prizes is defendin champion Keith Alexander o Calgary and one the fa vorites this time around wi have to be Bob Wylie. Wylie i oack in Calgary after living i Germany and Vancouver th past few years. Hoy Ully, the 1971 southern Alberta tournament will head a list of local enlrie including Cliff Stroh, Dou Brown, the Country Club chair pion and Alex Murrell. Francis also announced by Ed Kranepool's home run, was turning hack the Dodgers. k Crawford, that was already at the park and in the process of an 0-foM afternoon. IMPROVE AFTER DARK Tilings got better at night Willie-Davis, that is-got the Dodgers started with a fourth-inning homer oil Jim Mc-11 Andrew, lu's fifth of the year, and Crawford slammed his fifth 5" one out later. if Tommy John protected the lead until the seventh, when Crawford tripled, Bill wilz doubled, Chris Cannizzaro 6 singled, Bobby Valentine was r- hit by a pitah and Bill Russell hammered a decisive two-ruE 5 double otf reliever Chuck Tay-d lor. That offset a late New York r rally. e The Giants battered Steve e Renko and Tom Walker for six runs on 10 hits in the first three d innings and trounced the Expos n behind Ron Bryant. i- Alan Gallagher singled to start a three-run outburst in the i- second inning and a two-run up-a rising in the third, with Dave n Rader lashing a run-scoring hit in each inning. Bryant stroked e an RBI double in addition to s winning his first game. It was the first time the e Giants had won two consecutive games since the first two of the season. Greg Luzinski's single with two out in the 12th enabled the 1 Phillies to defeat the Padres and climb within one-half game of the Mets in the National League East. Luzinski also 1 belted a run-scoring triple In the B fifth and scored on one of Don Honey's four hits. Nate Colbert and Johin Jeter homered for San 1 Diego. Jerry Reuss, traded from St. Louis to Houston on opening day, was leading his lonner team mates 3-1 entering the ninth Inning when the Cardinals erupted for three runs to pull out the victory. Ted Simmons and Donn Clen-denon opened with singles and both runners scored when Reuss fielded Ted Sizemore's bunt and heaved the ball past first. Size-more wound up at third and scored the winning run on single by ex-Astro Marty Martinez. Texas scored two runs off Jim Palmer before a man was retired in the first inning and held to beat the Orioles behind home run lu'tler in history. "I'm tooking forward (o I'm not looking forward to embarrassing myself, I'm glad Ihe Mets didn't worry about how nlJ I was. "That tells me something about Willie Mays. It tells me that maybe I've got something left'.' DEAL IN DOUIT For awlu'le, it looked as it the Mels weren't going to get Hie great cenlre fielder nt all. News of the prospective deal broke last week, but it was reportedly x cooled when (lie Giants' asked too much. Interested in one of the Mots' 2 starting pitchers, the Gianls settled Thursday for minor league 2 right-hander Charlie Williams and an undisclosed amount ol cash. The deal was quickly c osed Thursday morning after Mays was personally brought in on Ihe lalks. opens S; The newly formed Souther Alberta Major L a c r o s s will officially open o two fronts this weekend. Saturday night the T a b e Ebony Hawks will host th Calgary Premiers while Sun day the Lethbridge Native Son entertain the Calgar Shamrocks. The new league will operal its first season with tour teams Calgary will have two rep resentatives in t li e Sham rocks and Premiers whil I'aber and Lethbridge wil lave one apiece. Taber, who lost out to EC in the AlberU senio acrosse finals last season wi. 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 Sons, who cap urcd the Lelhbridge Clmllcng ;up by defeating AssiniboiE 16-14 ia a two-game tolal-goa series last weekend, shoulc lave their hands full agains the Shamrocks. Th e Shamrocks ore made up of players from fhc Calgary Yojans and the Calgar; Southeast Blues. The Trojans, who folded op erations this year, were t h e 1971 Alberta junior league aturday while the Blues captured th 1971 provincial juvenile champ ionship. One of their key players i the iine-up is Chris Roa, wh scored 79 points la 15 leagu games last year. Tile Native Sons are no short of talent this seasor either as they acquired five o the top grads from the Nantor Raiders, a scoring specialis from British Columbia and th top scorers from the club las year. The Native Sons are hoping that Lethbridgo will suppor the club in any way possibl and help push Canada's nation al sport. win playing short-handed BALTIMORE (AP) Nov Scotia Voyageurs scored thre goals with their own men in Hi penally box and defeated Balti more Clippers 4-1 Thursda night to take a 3-2 lead in th American Hockey League's Cs der Cup finals. The Voyageurs, who dropped the first two games of the best of-seven series, have oufscoret the Clippers 16-3 while winning the last three contests and can win the championship Bt horn Monday night. Nova Scotia's power play-in reverse anlics produced a short handed goal in each period, the first by former Baltimore de-fenceman Noel Price after the game was only old. Yvon Lambert scored the first of two unassisted Nova Scotia goals to make it 2-0 before the end of the period. Peter Laframbolse pulled Baltimore to within 2-1 early in Ihe second period, but Chuck Lefley took the puck from Baltimore's Bob Rivard while the Voyageurs were short-handed and scored to make it 3-1. The final goal, an unassisted tally by Mike L a u g h t o n. wrapped up the scoring at of the final again while a Nova Scotia player was in the penalty LOSES BEVERWIJK, Holland (Heu ter) Dale Andersen, 18, o Rocky Mountain House, Alia lost a decision to Finland' Jouko Lindberg In a feather weight quarter-final at the In ternationa amateur b o x i n; championships Thursday niglii Among fishermen, n outsells ours. Mayb riootherfishingoutb ours. Take our We quiet because you'c. sound of the outdoc board. We gave it a houette so you. can aroundit. Weaddeda ing adjustment, so you can concentrate on fishing, instead of navigating. And we built in 8 separate tilt- out positions so that your outboard 1 d W CLEAN WATER: oui Foreman still unbeaten OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Un-icaten heavyweight contender George Foreman scored the 3rd knockout of his profes-lonal career, and one of the uickest by stopping Argentine eteran Miguel Paez Thursday night at in the second ound of a scheduled 15-round out. Foreman, weighing 217 rounds, trapped the 32-year-old South American in a corner and founded him with combinations f punches tliroughout the sec-nd round. The 23-year-old winner from earby Hayward made his pro ecord 30-0. He is ranked CAPRI BOWL CIVIL SERVICE Bill Cralk 274 Sieve Dimnlk 141 Abe Enns 357, Boll Black 767 Yo Nishlmura 37B (BOD Tom ArchbolrJ 274 Lew Spllier 379 Wllma Valpr HI Kaye Balhgate Lena Wioore 391 Arlcy Wilson 355, Marg Doyle 315, Marg Bessellng 7J5, Carol Hall 335. SIMPSONS-SEARS Fran Kelly 2JD. Anthony Buttanonl ?S4, Tom Pratt 253, Frank Adams heavyweight challengers o champion Joe ONLY 1972 SUZUKI HCMHO 9Qs 49995 BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. Your eompteta headquarter! in South Alberla 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Cloicd Monday Open Daily fi a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 6 a.m. lo 9 p.m. OP5N A TOTAL OF HOURS A WEEK TO SERVE Al West 2SI, Mike Prokop JB, Sam Scrbu 25J, Cathy Crlghton 253. YOUNG ADULTS (.indn Malcomson 357, Kalle Pedrin 258, Ken Kurtz 331 Barry Nicd-crmlcr 250 Bryan RlffenJiow-14, Nadine Kovncs 332 Kim Covacs 217, David 2C9. SENIOR CITIZENS Dck Anderson 30? [731) Milner 335, Jack Wiunwellcr 367, Henry Myers 313, Ellen Johnson 3.M, ossie McDonald 219, Ruby Oieen Ida Bianchi Ifil, Mary Ward Rose Nunweilcr 1GB. MONDAY MIXED Jean Jones 3fi5, Judy Logesie 270, Vllma Valer 241, Nedra Wllllama U, Vera Gorzilia ?33. Murry Jim KatD 314 Ellai SOW llfl TUESDAY AFTERNOON Francis BambrlcK 351, Mel Flnncrly 53, Dena Smith 2SJ Helen Deal SO Myrna Olshaskl 304 ene 279 (673, Olga Ls Roqus 42, Glnrin Hrycyk 94a, Phyllis Ner-and DUCAN CANVASS Randy McPhee 304, Sandy Cakes ATTENTION AIRCRAFT FOR HOURLY RENT Competitive Ralei 1971 CESSNA 172 1972 CHEROKEE SOUTHWEST AVIATION LTD. PnonB 327-1561 Hanger 7 _ eliminated overboard dr product ol Outboard Mnilns Minuldcturon ol Evlnmdo snov Indu Ltd. Pnrti and Sc Phone 327-2 ANDY CAPP l-l......................I. 'OW LONG 'AVE YOU 8f FfV TAK1H EITHER FEEL GREAT ORT NOT AT ALL., Wr. Leonard Payne Is pleased lo onnouncs the formation of Leonard Payne Pipes Of Alberla Lid. Mr. Marcef Bodson (above) has been appointed Presidenl and will oisiited by his wife Dora, who has been appointed Secretary Treaiurer. For the firaf lime In Alberta, good qualify Briars will assembled and completed In our plant in Lethbridge, Marcel end Doro will be pleased lo see all tho old and new friendi, and invile you lo see how our good qualify Brian are once production ii under way In abouj 5 to 6 weeks. We're Different We're Canadian In their world, we're No. I can take you everywhere trie fish go, including the weeds and shallows. If you take your fishing seriously, you'll appreciate what we've put into the And with speeds up to 20 mph., you'll get a lot of fun out of it tool The Evinrude is just one of lha cutboards in the world's No. 1 fishing line. See it along with our 2, 4, 6 and 18 hp, models at your Evinruds dealer's. See the eomplets Evinrude line, 16 models from 2 to I your dealer's now. first In Oulboards EVINRUDE on it drains on tho new Evlnrudes. All fuel is recycled Into power. n I let., rvtrrbornunti. Canada. Simpsons-Sears Contra Village Mall Lnrhbridgo, Alto. Phono 328-9231 ;