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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta tllf KTMiililnCE HERAID Tuuidtiy, MliV aminluin hot hand with victory worried, pitching good but not winning I 1'IIKS iid. II s n win- (iilison, Ihe SI. flnrdi- nnls naiiHMIiroivJiig right-han- der, has been getting most of Ihe heat Ihi.s season. lie has yet In record his first victory of Ihe season to counteract the five de- [eals he has suffered Ihus far, Clomente, who walloped it over Must Hie time It bus been! tho right field fence for a three- jusl one or two pilches thai have made the difference. On Mondnv niplil if was cue ho Ilircw lo Pittsburgh's Uoberto t 4 ECRRY HURT Oakland Athletics' second baseman lorry Brown (8) flips over California Ken Berry as they collided near second base Monday. At the bottom Brown ir> aid flic; molionless Berry, who was headed for second on a hi! by Vida Pirr-on vhich Brnwri fielded. Berry, Ihe American League's leading hitter, suffered a (AP Holiday volf event full run homer and the Pirates' 4-1 victory. In oilier National League ac- tion, Philadelphia Phillies blanked Chicago Cubs 4-0, Hous ton Astros bombed A 11 a n I Draves 8-2, New York MeLs de fc.aled Montreal Expos 5-3 anr Los Angeles Dodgers nippec San Diego Padres 2-1. i I J1 ' 1 1 J'U ii i owling nook Classic marie mom for 160 (jolf- Calgary Slampeclers and hock- ers and how many said Karl Frant'Ls today as Ihe entry list [or the Chinook Classic ed capadiy. The lonrney is set to Ret under way Satur- day morning and a many of Alberta's finest amateur golfers uill be en band. Already in !he fold are defen- ding champion Keith Alexander of Calgary, Douy Silverberg and Bob Wylic also of the Cow- town and Boh Eradburn of Ed- monton. A number of celebrities will also be on including Ted Ducbinski and George Reed of the Saskatchewan Kougliriders, Roger Kramrr, formerly of Ihe ey's Hicke brothers Bill and L, Emie. Francis added three more I celebrities veach- aleurs to Earl two top am- Tngarfield, formerly with Ihe California Golden Seals of the National Hockey League and this past year coach of the Regina Pats of the Western Canada Hockey League, Terry Wilson of the Stampeders and Allen Ford of the Saskatchewan Houghriders have agreed to play. Amateurs Terry Kimmel, 1971 Calgary city champion and Norm Gray 1971 Willington Cup j net with major prizes in both. A highlight of the three-day event will be a horse race Mon- day afternoon at featuring 10 low gross leaders after 3H holes. A hole-in-one this time around could earn the golfer a colored television or a car de- pending on which hole he aces. CAPRI BOWL, the Lip of the cap lor capturing the women's award goes to Betty Hobbs bowling in Tuesday Night Women with an average oi 199, Betty made consistency pay off with games o[ 274, 226 and 255 for a 755 triple The men's honors went Lo Jim Kato bowling in Monday Mixed, lie was welt over his 222 average with 218, 223 and 316 for a 757 triple. Action in the Spring Leagues is two weeks' old and in women's play Hie week's best in Monday Mix- ed were .loan Jones 265 and Judy bagasse 270 while pacing Tuesday Afternoon were Myrna Olshaski 304, Helen Deal 280 and Arlenc Reed 27D Tops Tues- day Night were Eileen Barton 269 and 707, Betty Hobbs 274 and 755 and Karen Carney 273 while the stars in Wednesday Morning were Donis Foder with a solid 323, Marj Neely 264 and Chris Schulz 290 High in Wednesday Afternoon were Jen Ilegi and Irene Lvnde 270 each and Alice Kolibas and Betty Palerson 267 each with Isabetle Bergman the leader at 297 and a fine 798 triple Leading the way in Wednesday Mixed were Jean Christie a 784 tnple, Anno Todd 275. May Tliebert 269 and Cheiye Ober- meycr a 720 triple In the doubles il. was Dorcen Wilson 283. Jeanette Smeed 303 and a 963 pintail for four games while topping Young Adults were Linda Malcomson 298 and 785, Nadine Knvacs n 729 Iriple and Kalie Pedrini 261 DoL OlshaskTs 29L led Thursday Mixed. In men's play, the spotlight in Senior Citizens was focused on Dick Anderson with 307 and 731 and Ben Evanson 293 and 752 Jim Kato's 315 and 757 and Bob Holmes' 205 led Monday Mixed while the sharpshooters in Wednesday Mixed were John Rempcl 720, Dave Douglas 700, Chester Jokuty 719, Sam Girardi 704, Sid Pollock 712 and Jim Higa 329 and 740 In the Doubles Bill Thomas hit for for four games, Jack Smeed Jim Malcomson and Sam Girardi 909 Young Adults were paced by Harvie Poeia 315, Kim Barrett 279, Barry Niedemiier 293 and John Wildman 283 and. 760 Jack Smeed's 284 and a 280 and 760 by Bruce Can- field topped Thursday Mixed After two weeks of. play, the various leaders are, in Senior Citizens, Ellen Johnson a 244 single and Jessie McDonald a 639 Iriple, Dick Anderson 307 and Ben Evanson 752 In .Monday Mixed, it was Rena Tanaka 317 and Eugene Yamada 321 with Ihe triple leaders Dot Miyashiro 726 and Jim Kato 757 Myrna Olshaski's 304 and Joyce Marsden's 759 lead Tues- day Afternoon while Tuesday Night is led by Marlene Busch and Shirley Davies 275 singles and Betty Hobbs a 755 triple Donis Foder holds high single of 323 and high three of 678 in Wednesday Morning with Isabella Bergman's 300 and Pat Plomp's 704 high in Wednesday Afternoon Top guns in Wednes- day Mixed are Anne Todd 275. George Matchett 288, Jean Christie 734 and Sid Pollock 779 Thursday Mixed leaders are Dot Olshaski with 291 and a 760 triple by Brace Canfield while in Young Adults Linda Malcomson with 298 and 785 and Ken Kurtz. with 331 and 852 set the early pace. Freetex will definitely' run Preakness Stakes ready The tourney is split into two categories, low gross and low dventure A M, Vr.v.'n (I-.; p.i orcos uture Lr.rrn, Counseller be al the Bridge MnH. loihhridnc from noon to mid 1 u. May, '72 to discuss career op- i Cmncta Armed Forces and to lako ap. cnrnimcnl. and hnvc a grade 8 education n i. citizGiT, married or single, rind belwen the ages of 17 and 2A, ippcrl [inuipinBnf Operator f.r rHc'ClrOllicS Training in other Iradei thai iho coun- In discuss with you. this fall Riiquirn -rlnrrii onol procjrrims. You ciet ptiid il no rvpenii- to youriclf ond ri ''pcirl loh when you cjraduatr. BALTIMORE (AD The i live Wood and Hassi's Image, 1 who was llth in the Derby, all 20-1. The return lo form of Key To The Mint probably will pose Hie I for Saturday's Sith running of the Preakness Slakes was firmed at nine Mon- day as Freelex was named a definite Btarler. I Trainer Bill Raymond, Iiosi-.' n taut after Freete.t's sixth-place i finish in Uie Kentucky Derby, colt worked five-eighths of a mile in aths with Oakland second )aseman Larry Brown. The Royals blew a 4-n lead against Texas before Lou Pl- nieHa singled in the eighlh in- ling and Cookie Hojas doubled u'm home with the winning run. and Rojas also contrib- ited singles lo a three-run ourth. Minor baseball In two Lakeside Little League games staged Monday night, Ihe Orioles whipped the Red Sox 19-5 and the Twins outlasted the Canucks 27-20. Brent Lang picked up the mound victory for the Orioles while Bob Walters suffered the loss. Jack Johnson paced the Orioles attack with four doub- les while Lang aided his own cause with two doubles and two singles. J. Woolf managed lliree sing- les in a losing cause. Kim Kirkpatrick threw a 10-hitter as the Canucks came up with 20 runs only to fall seven short of the mark scored by the Twins. Robert pgden gave up 10 hits in the losing battle. Stan Sawicki belted a double and three singles for the Twins while Kirkpatrick added a tri- ple, a double and a single. Dennis Taylor rapped a home run and a double while Reed Enns aided with a dou- ble and a single in a losing effort. In Norcrest action, the Giants dropped the Cardinals 1G-5. Ken Stilson earned the vic- tory on the mound while Kim Tinordi settled with the loss. Stilson and Ross Erickson poked out two singles apiece for Ihe winners. Meanwhile in Senior Lill.le League play, the Lions edged the Cubs 10-8. Earl Irjgarfield captured Ihe victory whila Reno Trentini took the loss. Ed Parker smacked out a triple ajid two doubles for Uie Lions wliile Trentini managed a double and single for the losers. In senior Little League play Monday the Cornels belled the Giants 9-3 as Rocky McGee picked up the win over Gordon Keith. Ted Slilson went four for- four at Ihe plate for the winners with two doubles and :wo singles. Dave Koskoski add- ed a triple mil double. Al El- ford managed two doubles and a single in a losing cause. Reggie Hagen was t h a winner as the Dodgers trounc- ed the Expos lc-1 in Norcrest action. Robbie Sudiacat took the loss. Blair Nyrose led tho Dodgers with two doubles and a single. Ken Ohno had four singles. Clark Bosch stroked three sin- gles for the Expos, Bill Todd, had a double. McLaiii sent to minors ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) One-time 31-game winner Denny McLain was optioned to Ihe minor leagues Monday by Oak- land Athletics. Manager Dick Williams said the former Cy Young Award winner was sent to Birmingham of the Class Souther n League. Williams had emoted lUcLain to the Alhletics bullpen over the weekend after Ihe pitcher was lilt hard in his last start. The AtWetics were here Mon- day night to open a series with Ihe California Angels. Diego Segul will start in McLain's old spot Tuesday night. McLain, who turned 28 In March, has a contract. Ho joined the Athletics this year after compiling a 10-22 record with the Washington Senators last year. In 19G8, he was 31-0 for Detroit Tigers. Royals draw Lelhbridge Royals missed on a penalty shot in the Jast min- ute of play Sunday p.nd had lo settle for a l-i deadlock with Calgary Floreline in soccer league action. The penalty shot hit the cross har and came out. Dennis Balasz scored the lone goal for the Royals. APPOINTMENT KARL WILDE Soj been oppainfac? m 5nlei for loolc Mo- Dila Homes of Coalhursl. exlonsive rxprricncn In 1hs Homo Induslry, Carl li well ihrough- out Soutlinrn Alhrrln, and will plrostr] tn ynu ilh ninhiU. li-.-nnn i f quirfmnnti. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LBAGUE fur W L Pet. GBL New YrirV I! 7JJ _ Philadelphia 15 10 .600 3 Montr 15 10 .600 i] u u i; .soo Chirago 11 SI. LouFA ID 17 .370 WEST Angeles 17 10 .630 Houston 15 10 .600 1 Cincinnati 13 13 .Jfln 4 San Diego 12 IS Mt 5 Allan, a lo IS .Jss 6'i San Francisco f 19 ,311 flW TODAY'S GAMES Montreal Morion (1-2) at New York Seaver (5.1) N Chicago Hooton (3-3) af Philadel- phia Champion [3-01 N SI. Louis Wise al Pittsburgh Walker (0-1) or Jarvis (1-2} af Hoos- lon Rcuss (2-2) N Los Angeles Singer (3-31 01 San Diego Grief (3-3) N Cincinnati Nolan (31) and Billing- Bm (0-5) at San Francisco Carrithers and Stone (0-3) Twl MONDAY'S RESULTS SI. Louis ..001 OM 1 J 1 Pilhburgh 000 010 4 11 0 Gibson (0-5) and Simmons; Ellis (4-1) end Sangulllen. HR: Cle. Atlanta CM Oil 1 7 1 Houston 031 001 B 15 1 Kellcy (1-41, Nash (71, Hardln (8) and Casanova; Robsrls (2-1) and Ed- wards. Los Angeln 01 n MO 2 6 San Diego 000 OtO 1 6 1 Downing, Brewer f J 0) MlkVcl- ,en (9) and Sims, Canninaro irlin, Caldwell (1-1) Corklns (9) md Kendall. Montreal ..000 110 3 9 0 New York .000 200 5 I i ..TierTian, Sir (0-1 i C) end .abeJla; AMiJatk FriseIJa (9) ant! Grots, HRs; Agee Fre- onsi Chicago DID 000 I ft Philadelphia 000 100 4 I C Jenkins (3-3) and Hundley; Fryman (Ml and McCerver. HRE; Mon- I lanez Anderson I AMERICAN LEAGUE Ballimora Boslon W L Pel. OBI, U fl .Hft 13 9 .591 1 1! 11 2', .-ICO .375 California Minnesota Oakland Chicago Texas Kansas Clly California TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Sogul (5-01 larfc (2-31 N Texas Gogolev.-ski (2-2) Bt Kansal Clly Rooker (10) N Minnesota Woodson (3-0) el Chicago Bahnsen IJ Balllmore CutlUr 0-3) Delroil Timmerman (2-2) N New Yorx Keklrh (22) Clsw- land Colbert (0-0) or Hflrgan (ci-0) N Boston Culp (1-3} el Milwaukei rtlt (7-3) N MONDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota .110 010 3 i Chicago 221 000 t Perry (3-2) Ccrbin (2) Norton LaRoclie (a) and Mitlerwald: Wood (3-2) Torster (9) and Herrmann. HR: (31 Oakland 001 001 1 S t ODD 010 1 7 d Odnr (7- Fisher Allen (9) and Kusnyer. HR: Manciual (l.) Ballimora Oil 000 3 ft Dolroil 110 000 I 9 I f3-31 a-d ETtchEhorren; Carr, Niekro Slrampc (9) and Freehan. HRs; Relienmund G. Brown Hcrtcn Texas 003 oil fl J 1 Kansaj city Ml 030 s i i Broberq, Panther Plna (ft-l) nnd Billings; Hedlunri. Aberrtalhy Burgmelcr (3-1) (fi) end KirkpatrieK. here! 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