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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Moy 17, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Is Klreicli. lead wilh win over Expos -By Pat Sullivan 'PIIKRE is no need to panic. The city fathers have not turned thumbs down on the new arena for They have, however, pointed out Hint fi- nances, or lack of finances, make it impossible for any decision lo he made immediately. r wouldn't be honest if I said 1 would not like to sec it right away. I feel need an arena of five or scats and the sooner the belter. My reasons are simple. If we had a facility of this size we could cater to National Hockey League exhibition games or host training camps, Ice Follies and possibly figure skating championships. I enjoy all of these things and get paid to cover them. I, for one, would he most upset if city council, be- fore going lo the people for their opinion and that can only be done by means of a vote to nix the whole idea of a major ice facility for Letli- bridge. I'm still confident, at least very hopeful, we'll have a new arena in the not too distant future. Hmv is this for incentive for ;i hnle-in-niic'.' As of Monday Molson Breweries will provide suf- ficient funds to send a handicapped child to a summer camp for one week for every hole-in-one scored in Alberta prior to September 30. This offer is made to any golf course in Alberta affiliated wilh the Alberta Golf Association. According lo officials, most golf courses in the province qualify. Last year's program saw 373 children assisted to summer camps in western Canada. Of the total, 101 were scored in Alberta. Ccorgc Bale, executive director for the Alberta Jichi-ibilitalion Council for the Disabled, said in Ed- monton "1 know the people at Molson's share the hope that this year the Alberta golfers top the 104 aces scored last year." Things are .shaping up for Hie Chinook Classic this weekend. A field of the top amateur golfers in Alberta will take part in the 54-uole event at Hender- son Lake Golf Club. According to the golf experts in our office, the course is in excellent shape and should be a real test of golf. A horse race will highlight Monday's golf activi- lies. The 10 low gross scores will qualify. Keith Alexander will be back to defend his low gross honors and rates as one of the pre-tourney favorites. Look for Lethbridge's Cliff Slroh to give the visitors a bad time if this past weekend is any indication. Stroh, with his partner Al Theissen, won the best-ball tourney at the Lake. Stroh shot a 70 himself and that's one under par. it Here's one for you joggers or whom it may con- cern. Local track and field enthusiasts can often be seen running up the 200 steps at the newly-constructed viewpoint at Indian Battle Park. "Running up the stairs creates an energy and oxygen debt in the major muscle groups of the legs and fitness can be defined as the speed with which the body is able to replace that energy and said George Smith, biology teacher at Picture Finite High School and a member of Canada's track team for the past two seasons. Athletes have been known to run the steps 20 times. To break the monotony they sometimes add an clement of competition by timing their rims. The overall best performance, not at Indian Battle Park, was by Zig Strain's of Vancouver in 23.9 seconds, two steps at a time. The local mark is held by Smith in a time of 30.4 seconds. Are there any challengers? lies faced too much Monday on Tuesday iJy TIIK PK15SS "It too much Monday on Tuesday." That, Philadelphia manager Frank Luc'clio-si sighed, was the only way to du-.scribe what. Chi- cago's Kick Monday did to liis Phillies Tuesday night. in the first inning, Monday hit a home run. In the third inning, Monday hit a home run. In the fifth inning, Monday hit a home run. In I lie seventh inning, Monday fouled out. "It took me six years to have York JUels defeated I said Monday, who once Montreal Expos 7-.'t, Lo.s Ange- les Dodges whipped San Diego Padres 2-0 and Cincinnati Reds swept a twi-nighl doubleheadcr from San Francisco Giants 4-3 and 2-0. a night like the 26-year- j St. Louis Cardinals 4-3, Houston "I've never been In a position old centre fielder said after his Astros topped Atlanta Braves G in the lineup for home run hit- three consecutive homers, the first one a three-run blast, pow- ered the Cubs to an 0-1 victory. "I don't know if I'll ever have another like it." In otJicr National League ac- tion, Pittsburgh Pirates edged OFF TO CHAMPIONSHIPS These five members of the Lethbridge YMCA Judo Club and coach Yosh Senda will be in Halifax this weekend for the Canadian Judo championships. Front left to right are, featherweight Guy Sunada, lightweight Greg Senda and middleweight Grieg Wheeler. Back, left fo right are, middleweight Phil Illing- worth, coach Senda and heavyweight Dave Potter. The job is his if he wants it await Crozier's decision hit three in a game with the de- funct Mobile club of the South- ern League in 1966, was brought up to Kansas City later that season and was acquired by the Cubs this year in a pre-season trade with Oakland. "I batted second, then eighth and finally, last season, I was platooned." All but lost in Monday's he- roics was a brilliant perform- ance by team-mate Burt Hoo- ton. The rookie pitcher tamed the Phillies on just three hits. One of them, though, was Greg Luzinski's sixth homer. Monday said he had ideas of a fourth homer when he stepped to the plate in the seventh in- ning. Ilis first two had come off Billy Champion, the third off Darrell Brandon. This time he faced Chris Short. "1 didn't know how many had ever hit four home runs in one game but I knew you could count them on the fingers of both hands. I was up there to give it a go." So after hitting three homers, equalling a feat achieved 190 times before, Monday failed to do what nine others had done- Tour in a game. "I look a bad swing at a fast- he shrugged. Rich Hebner's three-run homer capped a four-run first inning for the Pirates that sent the Cards tumbling to their sixth straight setback. Luke Walker went six innings longest stint of the season pick up the victory. Orlando Cepeda had a pretty good night at the plate for the not good enough. He hit a pair of homers to give Atlanta a 5-3 lead but Houston struggled back within a run. then won gave unbeaten reliever Jim Ray his sixth the eighth as Bob Watson tripled home the tying run and scored the winner on Bobby Fenwick's double. Tom Seaver also became a six-game winner as the Mets winning their fifth k a row and mill in the last 23, pounced on the Expos for four runs in the second inning, two of them on Bud Harelson's double, to widen their National League East lead to four games. The Dodgers, remaining a game ahead of second-place Houston in the West, got a four-, hitter from Bill Singer and ex- tra-base, run-scoring hits from Duke Sims and Willie Davis. Pete Rose drove in the win- ning runs in both ends of the Reds' sweep. In the first game, with the score tied 3-3 in the i eighth, he reached out and hit a grounder to third on what was supposed to nr. intentional walk. And when Jim Hart bob- bled it, Dave Conception scam- pered borne with the decider. In the nightcap, be backed Jack Billingham's three-hitter with a two-run single. Julian Ja- vier had a three-run homer in the opener, bis first in a Cincin- nati uniform, and Dave King- man had his seventh for the Giants. Race results CALGARY (CP) Victoria Parh race results Tuesday: FIRST claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- lonai. Faults Entre (Medgf) i 40 J.70, Roar Of Mirffi (Kipling) 670 4.10, Al- Time: 3-5. With Speed, Summer Mint, Murphy, Sutascha, Smooth Coat elsa ran. SECOND Maiming, i. year 7 fur- longs. DasKa (Kipling) 4.30 3.10 2.70, Bomb Striker (WcCauley) 9.10 7.40, Grlnner (Fhelan) 5.40. Time: 4-5 Shuttle King, Doolirt Prince, Re- served Speed, Hisfi Boy, Little Miss Day also ran, DAILY DOUBLE: S9.4Q. m THIRD claiming, 2 year olds, 1 fur' longs. My Elalion (Morris) 6.60 -J.40 2.50, Magic Kid (Rycroff) 11.10 3.30, Su- preme Merger (Whittle) 2.20. Time: 3-5. Petticoat -Pirate, Regal Echo, Host, Windy Haven also ran, QUINELLA 544.80. Track Scratch: Roval FOURTH claiminc, four year olrh and Up, lla miles. Bells Sheila 'Rasmussen) 0.70 4.40 3.30, Love Success (Morris) 7.60 3.60, Nlpawln (Shields) 3.30. Time: 1-3. SI one, Dewey Boy, PcqjintB Prin- cess, War Bridle aKP ran. FIFTH claiming, four year oldt up, 7 furlongs. Balcony Girl (Levlne) 4.20 4.00 3.10, Tropic Tide (Rycroft) 22.20 10.30, Green Port (Whittle) 4.50. Time; 1-5. Astro PMnce, Brae Oleary, Monty B, Merry Aslro, Rushing Girl olw ran, EXACTOR SIXTH claiming, four year oldi and up, 7 furlongs. El Halcon (Morris) 15.-10 6.20 3-60, Broken Bubble (Combs) 4.BO 3.60, Arc- tic John (Hedge) 6.40. Time: Coal Dust, Rcvequus, Charlie Chert, Sioux Cadet, Brass Warrior also ran. SEVENTH J2.000 allowance, year olds and uo( 7 furlongs. Harry Safari (Stadnykl 25.70 9.JO S.-iO Steel Hatter (Hamitl) 3.20, Kuckee Lod (Kipling) 4.10. Time: 3-5. a Flying Award, Sundance Chief, Fulure Session, Bonnie Drier Magic, More Money also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year oldi up, 7 furlongs. Ballyclare (Norrls) 5.50 4.10, Hopl Joe (Troute) 5.60, Crystal Chimes (Rasmussen) 4.30. Time: 4.5. Fast Friday, Miss Stuart, MiSi Ter- Me E, Shy Pirate, Country Scandal also ran. QUINELLA: 131.70. In Norcrcst Farm Leaguejtion the Yankees managed a nction the Pumas outlasted the Buffaloes 24-20 as Monty Groves was the over Tom Hamilton. Bill Orr pound- ed out a grand slam home run for the Buffaloes. In Lakeside Little League ac- BUFFALO (AP) Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League were wailing today to hear whether Joe Crozier wants to be their next head coach. George (Punch) Imlach gave up the post Tuesday, citing health reasons, but said he would continue as the club's general manager. Imlac'h, 51, suffered a severe heart aflaek Jan. 7 and remains slim H-13 victory over the Roy- j umjer doctor's orders to avoid Brad Kirshman fanned 12 hit- fatigue. Commenting on his decision to Icrs on routo to victory while, relinquish the coaching job, he matter lo be resolved within a couple of weeks. Crozicr is also reported consi- dering a coaching offer from the new World Hockey Associa- tion and buying a minor league club. Imlach came lo Buffalo when it was awarded an NHL fran- chise for the 1970-71 season. Be- fore that, he served 11 years as general manager and coach of Toronto Maple Leafs, who won four Stanley Cups during his tenure. The quickest doublekeader Seeking third title Aiidreacliuk closing in Richard Andreachuk Is one vincing 7-6 victory over Lep- R. Paskuski took the loss. Ronnie Tarnava blasted said. "I shall miss coaching, as I've alwavs loved it. but the Bergman solid contract DETROIT (AP) Defence- man Gary Bergman has romc to .terms with Detroit Keel Wings on a three-year contract he described as "a KOUI! one- no, in fact, a prcnl one." Ned Harkncss, general man- am of Ihc National Hockey League team, announced the contract signing Tuesday hul neither he nor Hergman would iiow nmdi mont'v was ia- volvcil. match away from successfully defending his Lethbridge Colle- horae run and a single to lead time has come that it has got to jgiate Institute golf title as he the Yankees while Cam French be one or the other." I jni0 the added a double and two sin- j AS lor his successor as coach.; action todav gles- Imlach said. "Crozier is our In Norcrest Little League j choice. He deserves it." j Andreachuk, who captured play the Braves edged the As-1 Crozier, coacli of Buffalo's i the title last year, started the tros 3-1 .behind Merlyn Bun- j farm Cincinnati Swords. annual golf tourney on the 'served as the Sabres' interim foot as he for 37 games last season while Imlach recupcrnuvJ. lie nt his home in Van- couver, B.C., when Imlach an- nounced his decision to give up coaching. Crozier said he heard about Imheh's decision but. did net know he coukl have the job. 1 m tach bin! cd t hut ot hers wort1 under consideration for Die job, should Crozier turn it pard in their semi-finals. Four other finals will be de- age's pitching. Barry Cogblin suffered the -Meanwhile in Senior Little League games staged last night Greg Graham guided the Ex- po's lo 9 10-7 win over vlie Car- dinals. Mark Balrlry had to settle wiLli the loss. In another contest, Scott Jarvie fired a no hitter and paced Ihe Royals to a 1M win over the Athletics. Dale Xesiini; up only three bits, but took the loss on the mound. Mike Caliier led the hitters with two .singles. win the low qualifying score on the weekend. In the championship flight thus far, Andreachuk defeated Hartley Leppard in the quarter- finals and then shipped Randy Dunlop 7-6 in match play in the semi-finals Tuesday. Andreachuk's opponent in the final round will be Kelly Strong, who ousted Paul Morgan it-7 in their semi-final match. In the consolation side of tiie championship flight we l.nott whether Joe wants the i Houghen will meet Marty Max-1 knocked off Glen Bright 2-up; i well today. j Howe slipped past Ga'ry Mann Me added thai lie expects the Boughen picked up a con-' 5-4 and Maxwell needed an termined today as the first, final round of j second, third and fourth flight semi-finalists hit the course. In the first flight Brad Cox takes on Colin Simmons; Bob Welch meets Jim Diuisten in 76 to the second flight; the third round j flight will have Doug Turner comparing strokes with Brian Thorlacius and In the fourth flight Dave Howe tangles with Brian Maxwell. Cox reached the finals beat- ing Tim Crumley 3-2; Simmons dropped Tony Chan 6-5; Welch defeated R.indy Stevens 1-up; Dunstan eliminated .Jim Wild- man 2-up: Turner edged Curtis Klovjinsky '2-1; Thorlacius extra hole to beat Greg Babino. The winner of the LCI golf tourney will receive the South- ern Stationers trophy. CINCINNATI (AP) Sun- day's doubleheader here in which Cincinnati Reds com- pleted a four-game sweep of St. Louis Cardinals was played in the shortest time in the Reds' recent history, a spokesman for the baseball team said Tuesday. The Reds' 4-3 victory in the first game took only one hour and 58 minutes and Tom Hall's 2-0 shutout in the night- cap took only The spokesman said no doubleheader since 1949 was accomplished so quickly. A doubleheader involving Uie Reds and the Cubs at Chi- cago Sept. 4, 1957, took only eight minutes more i t h games of and for a total of minutes, he said. The longest doubldieader here Since 1949 was played July 8. 1962, when the Reds and Houston Astros took to play the first game, then locked horns in a 13-inning marathon which lasted dozen, MIL players and on hand HA gathering 1 (CIM When the World ii uc k lioiinl of hu.Mri's cuinplrh-d its nu'cfinji here Tuesday, il IHI behind flock of bockcy players ;nid their InuuT-jgiMi'x still rlis- Many of the inislcc.'i of the Hi-lcam. newly-formed league promised announecnu'nt of as :t: i'lcy n In t'nrii nwii in the liMleti Stales Cmvuia. from the Nali'onul Hockey of I'hiladcl- phia Flyers yhmml up Inr the inre.ini'.s In !hi> But the ou'iiors steadfastly tin refused to disclo.se whether any dei had actually signed runtraels or 1 were siill in Ihe shopping stage. example, it way. reported that the eonlrai't of goalie Her me Parenl. signed for uilh the now dofuuct Miami Screaming Faglrs, bad been taken OUT by l-lnglanii Whalers. "The Pnrwl conlrnct. is nol resolved." said Whalers' owner .lohii t'oburn nf Marion, Mass., before Ii ea d i n R homo. "II's moru likely he'll to an expan I sion team he'd be a naliira! in Philadelphia." Philadelphia li.id l-i-cn I j-rrled to jinn lhr neu .ij hut Denis Duperr, also a Casper Monday. Some others on hand ry ni.vidMmsaMllhej.p-icliont. was here to consider rlyn.-S lars Hurry Ashhee. Rill Kit-it and Joe Watson. Defeneeman A! Hamilton of Buffalo and i o n Mill sl.ami: coi'.iliiions change, played with the Mil, 'inr Id nun lo To- ninlo Maple Leafs The I'lorida and t'aluary recently with- idreu from the Left uini'.er Kelly of Ihc j 1'lyiTs said Tuesday afternoon I he was ;i oiler from Ottawa Nationals, i Dnpore is wilh Ihe Leafs Ben llalskin. trustee tor Win- .lets .summed it up best :ii I 'hiladelnbia lawyer 'in Just shop- was picked by d the in and echoed Ihe sentiment ol Fahossiere of Cleveland most, of Ihe clubs when he said: Barons of the American Hockey "Any announcements of sign- League, here as was goalie Wayne Hut ledge of Los ings will he made at home." lie said most of the trustees felt, that local press, radio and lelevision should lie allowed first, access to any player devel- opments. Neither Parent nor his lortner Philadelphia goaltending part- ner, Doug Favell. allended. al- though the latter WHS reported fn by Icapit; Angeles Kings. Guy Jjitflcur. one of the top rookies last season in his debut wilh Monti-en! Cnnndiens, also showed up Tuesday. But Jean Dacres n memhor of the board of Ihe local en- Nordiques -hnslened lo fi.v-.iiro I .nflour u ns only n M, Holiday Weekend f lc SALE CASUAL PANTS Brushed cords, assorted nels, wash 'n wear. Buy one pair at regular price and get o second pair for only Values Lee Boot Cut or Flare BLUE JEANS tiKS YOUNG MEN'S WRANGLER 28" FLARES With patch pockels SPECIAL 10.95 WEEKEND SPECIAl 8-99 LEVIS NUVO FLARES Reg. 12.95 WEEKEND SPECIAL 8-99 MEN'S FORTREL SLACKS Specially priced at 14 ,95 UP targe telpction SOP our now chooie from stock just orrivod, Q C itylet to chooto onrf UP and remember let you wear it Leo Singer won't unleis it fitsl CHARGKX LEO SINGER MEN'S and BOYS' 5th Stierl S. WEAR Phono 327-3958 ;