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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRinCc HERALD Thursday, May 18, 1972 HOME SAFE Pittsburgh Pirates' Al Oliver slides safely into home scoring from second on a bloop single by Jack Hernandez. Pirates looked plate ahead of the throw to St. Louis Cardinals' catcher Ted Simmons, like the team of old as they trounced Ilie Cardinals 12-0. (AP Wirephoto) Mets bhist Expos., Dodgers blanked B-" TIIC ASSOCIATED PRESS righted themselves to their "Things are starting to look b e i L e Pittsburgh manager Bill Virdon understated. They couldn't have looked much belter lor Steve Blass and the Pirates Wednesday night. They clubbed four St. Louis world championship form, win ning eight of the last 10. But Virdon warned that the Cards, last in tlie Hast with a 10-19 record, are not lo be counted oul. "We had a streak of our own where everything went the Pirate man- ager said. "Things turned around for us and I suspect that same thing will happen to St. Louis. They're too team." Home runs by Vic Davalillo and Manny Sangiu'llen led Pills- burgh's highest scoring output of the season and Jacie Hernan- Cardinals pitchers for 15 hits en Saturday OUeUS 54-kole CVBllt route to a 12-0 win that sent the ____________ '___________________________ reeling Cares down to their sev- enth straight defeat. "If we hadn't been scoring so many runs, I'd have probably gone to the showers in the third said Blass. The Pitts- burgh right-hander went the dis- tance for his fourth in five decisions despite allowing 11 hits. In olhor National League ac- tion, .New York Mots bombed Montreal Expos 11-2. Cliicapo Cubs nipped Philadelphia Phil- lies 3-2, Cincinnati Reds edged San Francisco Giants 2-1, Hous- Golf tourney set to go Alberta's best amateur golf- home Hie Star Lite Mold en> uill invade Henderson Lake silverware. Golf Club Ihis weekend for Ihc! Defending low gross chain- second annual Chinook Classic, j pion Keith Alexander or Gal- Joining the amateurs in Ihc gary is back Lo defend his title baUle for top prize will be a while Ihis year's event will see new low net winner crowned Garth Pilling of Lcthbridge number of celebrities. L o v; gross champion for the 5-1-liolc La- tournament batl's Brewery Iropbv ivhi'o _..r_. ton Astros routed A 11 a n L a the low net champion will lake I a sironi Braves 9-0 and San Diego j Padres blanked Los Angeles! Dodgers 2-0. I "When you have the kind of hitters we Blass ob- just know they're going to score some runs for you." The Pirates, who stumbled through an April slump, losing eight of 13 games, have now is not back in the fold. Expected to give Alexander chase for the honors baseball HOLIDAY SPECIALS 1965 RAMBLER 2 DR. HOT. 6 cyl. 1966 PONTIAC SPORT V8, auto, 1 dr., Hdt. 1966 PLYMOUTH FURY VB, culo, 4 dr., Sedan VERY CLEAN FAMILY CARS 2-ONLY 1970 IMPAIA 4 DR. SEDANS VB, auto., P.S., P.B., radio MANY MORE QUALITY USED CARS and TRUCKS TC CHOOSE FROM AT CAR SALES 321 13th St. N. Plione 328-9444 David Miskulin fired a for the Twins while hitter tiiul guided Ihc Pirales Tom Morrison managed a dou- to a 7-1 victor.' over the Tigers in Senior Little League play Wednesday night j Gil Poberznick suffered the loss giving up six hits. Lome Osmond spoiled lUisku-1 lin's bid for a no hitter with a j single. Tn Norcrcsl Little League ac- tion the Cardinals white-wash- ble and a single. Ikis Malheson poked out three singles in a losing cause. In another encounter the In- dians came up with an identi- cal 15-3 victory over the Tigers. John Craig picked up the win while Mike McLane took tho loss. .Mark Ilaule belted a double and a single for the Indians ed the Expos 23-o as Lheyjuhilc Bob Monlgomeiy ham- tagged losing pitcher Clark Bosch Cor 17 bits. Frank Koglcr earned the vic- tory allowing only four hits. Kim Tinordi paced the Cans with four doubles while Doug Doubinin chipped in v.ith a doih bio and two singles. Terry Hamilton nipped out a and single for thp double osers. In another conte-it, Theo De- Groot gave up four hits and fanned 12 hitters lo the Cubs to a slim G-4 win Pirates. Greg Finder look the loss. DcGrcot aided his own cau.su with a double rnd ;i sinplo ven Burla added iwo singles each Mciinwhilu in LnLcritta Lit- Ik; League UK; fled Sox suffered a slin lint-king by the Turns. Doug Court rnppcd out two mered a home run in a losing efron. In Norcrest Little league ac- tion the Dodgers upended the Giants 13 8 as Doug Vogt was ifie uinfler over Darwin Cain. Reno Cattapan and Blair N'yrose paced the winners with hits apiece. Calgary fans purchase early 10lb. 20 CALGARY (CP) Calgary Fnothall fans are making sure they tickets for the Cana- and Sid New-Houses'1'311 Footba11 leaSue al1 sUr 1 giiiuc here June 2fl. Tn dale, tickets have been snld and all have been purchased by Calgary Slara- ticket holders. All-siar tf-me tickets g o on general j sale Tuesday. I The Stampeders, who meet the CFL Players' A.ssocialion All-Stars in ibe p.m. MDT coniest because of their Grey Cup win last year, have also sold season tickets for MIR 1972 Football Con- ference campaign. nf MrMahon Sla- rlium. site, of Ihc all-star game, is 22.110. BARBECUE TIME! KINGSFORD CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES 5 111. bat, JC 1.10 1.98 ,b .hOB KINGSFORD STARTING FLUID 33 o, 49C 48 or. 69C ALBERTA CO-OP Ave. 5., U'libmV Phono 377-3777 1 toilers Iriiiniph Jjbrrly Hollers hinjerl on Ilio so In and thump- c'l Sears 2.'! r, in ('it.' Men's Kaslball IXMRUC ac- I'l.'iuk 1'opson wa.s Ihe uin- niT hn fanned eighl. .Sharon suflcred the loss. lil.-iir ivacock pnunrlcd out fnur ills the Iloilcrs while Crime I'flliHl a graivl slam nin. will be Calgary's Doug Silver- berg, Terry Kimmcl, Harold Pasechnik and Edmonton's Bob Bradburn and Laurie Scot I. Cliff Stroh, Alex MurreJI and Roy Ully are among a hand- ful of local shotmakers wifh solid shot at top honors. Heading the list of celebrities arc George Heed, Ted Puchin- ski and Allan Ford of Sas- katchewan Houghriders, E a rl Ingarfield, formerly of the Cali- fornia Golden Seals, the Hicke brothers, Ernie and Bill and former Calgary Siampcder Boger Kramer. Play gets under way Satur- day morning and ends Monday wiih a horse race set for in the afternoon. A hole in one this year will win the golfer either a colored television courtesy of CHEC Radio or a Ford Pinto courtesy of Dunlop Ford depending on which hole the ace is scored on. SATURDAY'S DRAW a.m. M Nelson, J. Thcrln- cius, G. Beckie, R. Nesting; a.m. S. TakeyaEL-, B. Hen- derson, H. KEmp, K. MacDonald, o m G. Perry, L. Dzur D. Townsend, G. Everson; a.m. S. Slavich, M. Megan, B. Bell, B. Bot'Hcn; B.10 a.m. T. Tubo, C. Ferry, K. Blunl, a.m B. Ganchpfl, D Wal- ters. T. Baldwin, H. Fleming; a.m. P. Reedyk, T. Hudson, A. TakasnM, K. Price, a.m. J. D-dnaruk, N. chrk, R Bakkrn, T. Ecrlaric: 6'50 a.m. H. D-3Groot, E. AVhaIR, Guhn, D. Woodman; 9 DO a m. T A. N-'.-darf. B. Entki, B. During; a.m. J. Inncs, E. A. 9 ?0 a m D Williams K Sea- man, D. Wilson, N Tajiri; H. Zillor, G. Nyhtff, C B. Tucker; a.m. T Heuslis, W Woo, D. A. Ford; a.m. R. Ully, K. Sharrall. G. MacLeilan, H. Pa'ochnik; am. L. Karnji-.-rrhcr, R M. Pyko, J Trfian, A n.m. D. Silverliorg, C Strch J Sr.'jlcv, T 10-30 am J V.'hilrllaw, f, Krincn, J Coullico, I.. Sc.irt, 10' !0 m. A. Mur-ell, K. Airx gnilcr, L. Bray'-on. f iVy.ic; n.m. Po.vor, Gray, B. Gcdck-s, R. Forrest, 11 On a.m. n. D. Den- nell, 0. Dunlwir, D. Tillrl-on; 11-lf) f, m D D Hnrker, am D. C. D a.m. B. T. Boul- ton, D. Srnifh, V-' Wrinhl. 11-JO a m H Drurtul, T. Gel. a.m. 0. CarriT. Kaifi- R AndrodrhuK F HcrbriV- 17 (XI p.m. K WHcviyn, L Carrie, R R. 17'10 r-.ni. B. HirVr, B. Kimfry, F. p m. J. f rfv. R Brnrhrt, J. 17-.T1 p ni N. J, Taim-nn, n Com. R. Hrurr-iu; D f I" fl ,-i ,111 IT. clcs drove h three runs and riobcila Clcmcnte two in the Rookie John Milner, filling in for injured left fielder Cleon Jones, bashed a two-run double tn.nd t'lrco-mn homer to pace New Ycrk'? 17-hit explosion that rnacic maMcrs easy for Gary r.r-nlry, whn allowed jiif.t four SInntrcr.l r-afclies. It also cave Ihe Mct.s their sixth straitiht victory and ninth in the last 10 pamcs. enabling them to widen their East Divi- sion lead over Philadelphia to five games. The Wets scored three runs in the first inning, I hen erupted for six more in the third. Jose Cardcnal's tie-breaking single in the Lop of Ihe ninlh led (he Cubs over Philadelphia. Billy V.'illiams had doubled to start l-'c rclly off Steve Carlton .but, after lo third on Jim Ilickman's single, he was thrown out at th-s plate on Car- men Fanzone's grounder before Cardenal came through. Tho lost their sixth in a row and Juan Ularichal lost i Ms seventh straight game thanks Lo Joe Morgan's two-run homer for the Reds. The Astros' Larry Dierker shut out Atlanta on four hils. Houston managed two runs in the first six innings, ihcn piled on seven more in the final two, with three of them coming on Doug Radcr's home run. The Dodders, slipping nine percentage points back of the first-place Astros in the West, finally lost a game at San Diego after winning 12 in a row there. Fred Norman's six-liiLter also snapped the Dodgers' five-game winning skein. Progress says Giiuclaur VANCOUVER (CP) Jake j G a u d a u r, Canadian Football League commissioner, said Wednesday progress was made on a number of issues in a I meeting between lives of Lho league and the CFL Players' Association, lie Knid Ihe meeting discussed demands made hy Ihe nssocia- I lion, .'iiid (li.'tt during UN'S mod- ing anil one field May 5 in To- ronto, all items up [or discus- sion were fully and carefully ex- amined. lie said progress was marie on a number of mailers nnd sonic have hccn resolved. No specifics mentioned. (J.Tiida ur said Ihc current slams nf negotiations between (lie, and the players will hn iTporlrrl In meetings of both pnrlifs near (ho end of this month. The next mecling be- tween the CFL and the player is scheduled for .lunr n in Toronto. fir'Lwbur drdined to release rMail.s tin tho negotiations, nnd would rc- porl lo Him- principals following Wodncsdny's Inlks. I'liirlicr rcporU l.hc main I o be fliscu.ssed were more monpy for players from ard posi-rcnsnn nxlii- bition nnd nt'rli'ionnl funds fnr tho plfiyorji' pension fund. Has top horses in Preakness Slakes Laurin wants everything Hy ED SCHUYLER Jr. BALTIMORE (AP) First and second money for Satur- day's Preakness could toLal a little more Lhan ant trainer Lucien Laurin saic Wednesday he Lliinks he can col lecL the whole amount with Ken- tucky Derby winner Riva Ridge and Upper Case. Laurin, in good humor after putting the two Meadow Stable colts through morning gallops said he was worried about Pau Mcllon's Key To The Mint hu confident that Riva Ridge coulc heat him as he did three limes last year. "Well, second money isn't a bystander said. "Key to The Mint won't bs Laurin said with a smile. "We're going to be 1-2 What do you think ol that? And Laurin, Canadian-born former jockey, explained that by 1-2 he meant Riva Ridge and Upper Case, not by design but because he doesn't think Upper Case can heat his stablemate who is looking to move a step closer to winning the Triple Crown of the Derby, Preakness and Eelmont Stakes. If Riva Hidge, Upper Case and Key To The Mint, are joined in the 1 3-16-mile Preakness, as expected, the winner would get and the runnerup The third horse would earn and the fourth 6 OTHERS MAY START Other three-year-olds ex- pected to be entered today were Joseph R. Straus' No Le Hace, Joseph and William Stavola's Froelex, William S. Parish Ill's Brc- Bee Bee, Sally M. Gibson's Festive Mood, John D. Marsh's Eager Exchange and Dr. Hassi Sliina's Hassi's Image. "Look at liim, look at exclaimed Laurin after Riva Ridge came off his gallop. "I've been waiting all week for him to look like that." High School rodeo set for May 26 St. Mary's School on the Blood Indian Reserve will be the site of the first Alherta High School Rodeo Association rodeo on May 26. Association memberships are available from Miss Darcy Byer, Box 1146, Claresholm, and are Contestants are re- minded that memberships are a necessity before entering a rodeo. Memberships must be purchased now, as they will not be issued at time of entry. The Association has a sup- porting or honorary member- ship drive underway in order to provide travelling expenses for competitors qualifying for the national finals rodeo slaled for Colorado. Any firm or in- dividual's support would be of great benefit. A special attraction for the association members, besides the fnur scheduled Alberta ro- deos and the finals rodeo will take place at the world-famous Calgary Stampede. The Calgary show will feature two riding events during the special morning programs and on July 7, 14 and 15 the top 16 students in these two events, bareback bronc and cow riding, will compete for large cash awards and trophy buckles. The Alberta High School As- sociation finals, tentatively set for June 17 and 18, will fea- ture the lop six competitors in each event with the top three Ihei' progressing to the nation- al finals in the U.S. Besides the St. Mary's show, lrathmore mil have a rodeo on June 4 followed by Clares- holm's rodeo on June 10. Nicklaus ithdraws MEMPHIS, Tcnn. (API Jack NicklaiLS, leading money winner and only three-Lime champion on the pro lour this season, withdrew from the Danny Thomas-Mem- phis Open golf classic Wcclncs- drv. Nicklaus, the Masters cham- pion and winner of more than this season, railed tour- namcnl. chairman Vernon Hell from his home in Tree Vil- lage, Klfi., nnd said hn had a urns find could not play in the rich event that, begins loday. Nicklaus was one of the pre- tourney favorites for the first, prize. His withdrawal left, defending champion Lee TIT vino as tho man to bent with Arnold Palmer the sentimental favor- ilc. Laurin also was satisfied with the gallop of Upper Case, who won the Florida Derby and Wood Memorial but was not nominated for the Derby. Upper Case finished fifth and lust in a prep for the Preaknesa last Saturday but Laurin said ho expected him to run a good raco in the Trcakness. Golfer of the Year" START BACK WlIJi LEFT HAND Golfers who begin the backswing correctly arc a long way toward mak- ing a competent swing. The most common fault is to use the right hand in Lai-ing the club back, and a second error is to turn the hands at this mo- mcnt. In my opinion the best way to start the swing is with a push of the left hand away from the lar- get, making certain that the right hand exerts no influence. This will move the clubhcad more or less 1972 NATl. Newi. Syn. straight back from the bait and very low to the ground. Boston called hockey capital BOSTON (AP- The Mas- sachusetts House of Represen- tatives has adopted a resolution proclaiming Boston as "the hockey capital of the world." The legislators noted Tues- l day that the Bruins won the Stanley Cup, the Braves won their division in their first sea- son in the American Hockey League, and Boslon University captured the U.S. college na- tional championship. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W L Pet. GBL Hew Ycrk...... 37 Philadelphia 15 1! .5M 5 PIMslJUrgh...... 14 12 .533 5V: Chicago........ 13 13 ,500 6Vi Monlreal 13 H 7 SI. Louis 1 1? -M5 11 WEST Houslwi 17 1 .620 Lcs Angeles IS 11 .611 CliVnali......15 13 .536 !Vj San Diego...... 5 AManla 1 18 .357 5an Francisco f 22 -390 10 TODAY'S GAMES Montreal Torrez (3-0) el New York McAndrew ll-l) Cincinnati iimoson 00) nt San Francisco McDowell Paopcs (3-3) at St. Louis Sanlorinl (1-t) N Houslon Forsch (1-2) Bt Loi Angeles _jKcn (5-0) N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati MI 000 4 0 San Franclico too 110 WO- i A l Grlmslev (30) Carroll (9) and lench; Marlchal (1-8) flrid Henly. HRs: (5) Louis 000 000 0110 Pitlsburgn 210 332 IS 0 Cleveland (3-D Hfggins (5) Grzen- s Oemons (7) and Simmons; Blass U-l) Bnd Sangulllcn. HRs: Pgh (21, Sanqulllen Chicago oio oeo 3 l Philadelphia WO 01) 2 fl 1 Hands, Pirarro Phoebus (1-1) [8) MsGInn and Hundley; Carllon (5-3) and McCarver. HRs: donal (.1) Franzone AngtlCI OM OM 061 San Dieqo MO 240 John Wllhelm (7) Richer! (E) and Canninaro; Norman (3-2) and larlon. Allanla 000 OM 042 Houslon 000 101 11 1 (1-5) Slone (7) Neibaunr IB) nnd Williams; Dierker {3-21 and Fcn- icV. HR: Hou-Rader onlreal 000 101 740 New York 304 100 17 1 McAnally (0.3) Lcmasler (1) Walker 3} Slrchmayer (7) Marshall (B) and Jaleman, G-jnlry (3-1! and Dyer. HR: fl Boslon 101 000 1 9 0 Milwaukee Old 102 DOx- 460 Slebsrt (2_J) Lee (6) Bolln (7) and lonlgomery; Lonborg (1-1) Sanders Mll-Scoll AB R H Pel. 56 10 22 .393 105 12 JO .Ml 107 12 40 .274 75 17 2B .372 AMERICAN LEAGUE Stennell, Pgh Torre, SIL inngulllen, Pgh Monday, Chi Russell, LA sb 62 5 33 .371 mi H 39 71 11 26 .301 L. May, Hou 19 17 31 er, Pgh .....112 16 28 .339 Colhrrt, Sfln Diego, Wynn. Houston, King man, San Francisco, Runs balled In: Kingman. San rranci5co, Tolan, Cincinnall, Wynn, Houston, Pitching (3) decisions: Six with Cleveland Detroit Balllmorc Boston New York Milwaukee Mlnnescla Oakland Chicago Texas Kansas CMy California W L Pel. GBL 1! 9 14 1 .SS3 1 11 12 .520 9 13 .-109 5 9 15 .375 A 7 15 .318 7 17 7 15 B IS .652 .iOO 11 15 .423 11 U .-107 1 16 .385 l''j I'a 7V, 6 TODAY'S GAMES Boslon Krausse (1-0) et Delroit Cclemen (5-2) N Oakland Hunter (2-J) at California Wright (1-7) N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota .300 003 B 1 Chicago 000 010 1 1 Blylcven (52) Grander (7) and Roof, Dempsey Bradley (-1-2) (7) l.i-mnnds (fit Gcssage (9) and Eoan. HR: 020 100 4 B 1 California OQD 030 OB? Hollman (5 2) and Duncan; Mny Oucpn and Torborg. HR: Baltimore .001 000 4 1 Detroit C1Q 020 i i 1 Dobson [3--11 Scnlt U) Harrison Ii) Lccnhard 17) aid Lo- lich (71) end Hail-r. HRs: anqer New York IfO 000 000- 1 6 1 Cleveland 001 IOD 2 t 0 Kline, Rcland Benne (0.2) (P) and Munscn; Tidrow (4-2) and Fosse. HR: CO. Texas 300 000 000 000 001 0 Kansas Citv 010 100 100 000 000 3 Ii 5 Bcsman, Paul Pina Llnd- I-tad Shnipnhack Panther (2-1) (16) find Kinq, Sunrci Bill- ings (S; Drago, Surgmpler Dal Canton Nelson Alwrnalhy (0-1) Murnhy (18) and Klrkpet- rjck, Pacpke (9) LEAGUE LEADERS Cal AB Pel. .353 .353 71 11 15 .352 76 11 26 .31? iru 15 34 .377 66 1 28 61 1 24 .321 fi 13 H .317 ffi 7 30 .313 .313 Bern Pram P. Kelly, Chi McCraw, Cla..... Piniella, KC Pinson, Cal NV Frechan, Dcf Apariclo, D. Allen, Chi Home rur.G: Cash, Dclroil, Dar- win, Mlr.nrso'a. D. Chicago, Duncan, Oakland, (51; R. Jack- son, Oakland, Runs balird in: Darwin, Minnesola, D. Allen, Chicago, Pilchinq (3) dccisionv Kaat, Minne- sota, Locker, Oakland Lollch, Delroll, MINOR DALL SCORES Pacific coast League Eugene 6-6 Phoenix 1-5 Tacoma -l-l Sail LaVe 3-B 9 Albuqueraue 8 They're here! STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever sold! Et RICH TIRE tTD. 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