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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____ Ilivindny, Mny 18, 1977 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Detroit (ice first seven-frame winner lids overshadow everyone else TIIK ASSOCIATED 1'HESS who always seems to be over- shadowed liy somebody else, knows an opportunity when lie sees one. And he isn't passing up his chance al Ihe American The coasl is clear. All Ihe shadowed by somebody else, roadblocks have been removed, flenny McLain is on his way Io minors. Vida liluc! is still pelting his arm out n( hiberna- tion. It's Mickey Lolich's turn. Detroit's quality lefthander, League's pitching spotlight. Lolich won his sixth straight game Wednesday night and be- came the first seven-game win- ner in the majors with a 0-1 decision over Baltimore Orioles. He fired a lour-hilter and struck out six, increasing his American League lead in dial department to XI. Elsewhere Wednesday, Clevc- Earns third consecutive LCI golf iMn Audreachuk wins final Richard Andreachuk captur- ed his third consecutive Lcth- bridge Collegiate Institute golf litle as he defeated Kelly Strong 2-1 in the match play championship final Wednesday. Andreachuk was two strokes up with one hole remaining which allowed him to cart home the Southern Stationers trophy for the third lime in-a- row. En route to victory, Andrea- chuk bested Hartley Leppard 8-7 and (hen dropped Handy Dunlop 7-0 before the champ- ionship flight final. The rcmaininu live llighl CHAMPIONSHIP FORM Richard Andreachuk displays part of the form lhat helped him win the LCI golf tourna- ment and (he Southern Stationers trophy. Hughes'1 widow gels DETROIT (AP) Mrs. Sharon Uiit'lire. nifc of former Detroit Lions flanker Chuck Hughes, has been awarded selllemenl in her claim for workman's tion after (he death of her hus-1 the field. band last Oct. 24 in Detroit. Hughes died of a heart attack in Tiger Stadium during a gamy helween the Lions and Chicago Beats. He had just run a pass pattern when he collapsed on finals were just as exciting as tlie championship final with all golfers battling it out to the bitter end. The reason for the tough matches is due primarily to the increasing calibre of players participating in the annual golf tourney. According to Jim Whitelaw. ulio is the physical education director at the LCI, there eems to he morn junior golf- ers now than in the past and that the calibre has increased tremendously. The fliglil finals showed how right Whilclaw is as they went down to the wire. In the consolation side of the championship [light, Greg Boughen edged Marty Maxwell after one extra hole. Colin vSimmons squeezed past Brad Cox 2-1 in the first flight final while Bob Welch also needed an extra hole to beat Jim Dunslan in the second flight final. Doug Turner captured the third flight championship nip- ping Brian Thorlacius 3-2 while Brian Maxwell went home with the fourth flight honors slipping si. O.'ive Howe in ml extra hole playoff. Maxwell also moved into (he final round of play scoring an hole affair agajnst Greg Eabino in the semi-finals land Indians edged New Yanliecs 2-1, Milwaukee Brew- ers trimmed Boston Red Sox 4- I, Minnesota Twins took Chi- cago While Sox ii-l, Oakland Allilelics blanked California An- gels 10 and Texas Rangers out- lasted Kansas Cily Royals 4-3 in 18 innings. i Catcher Tom Ilaller drove in I four runs for Ihe Tigers, three I of them on an eighlli inning homer. That was plenty for Lol- ich, who now has seven com- plete games. "No matter what I said Lolich, ''people will remember whal Vida Blue did last year. Can't yon ever give me credil? What do I have Io ALWAYS NO. 2 Lolich was always Detroit's CALGARY (CP) Vicloria P, FIRST allowance, 3 year olds, longs (Kipling) 3.90 ?.70, Bramble (McCauley) 3.UO 270, Campus RcMl (wnilile) Time Whims Girl, BarCa Luck. C Builinds, Ble'sed Wilh Speed Martin glad to pay 3 STOCK NOW! OVER 100 CCM CCM GAIAXIE SINGLE SPEED Men's ond Ladies' CCM GRAND SPORTS S SPEEDS Men's and Indies' EA5Y TERMS AH bicycles are properly assembled, set-up and equipped with a kick stand and serviced with a 90- day free adjustment policy and a 6 month parts and labor warranty. CCM GALAX1E SPORTS 3 SPEEDS Men's and Ladies' 84.95 CCM GRAND TOURING DELUXE 3 SPEFDS "n'j'l-di..' 110.95 CCM GRAND SPOfUS 10 SPEEDS EASY MOM', iinnn TERMS sincl Indies' I IV.UU 99.95 10 SPEED BICYCLES By CCM, Peufjool, Rcilcigli, Dolloccliin cintl Gilano, As low us .95 MAC'S CYCLE LTD "By Tnr S. Alborfo's Largcsl Cycle Dealer" 913 3rd Avo. S. 377.3221 CLOSED MONDAY OPEN DAIIY a.m. Io p.m.; Thursday nnd Friday a.m. In p.m. OPEN A TOTAL OF 54'i HOURS A WEEK TO SERVE YOU. DETROIT (AP) Tom Ilaller won 519 from Billy .Martin Wednesday night. Marl in is glad. Mailer, veteran calclicr ac- quired in an off-season trade from Los Angeles Dodgers started his second game as a Detroit Tiger and drove in four runs three o n an cigLhth-inning homer in De- troit's G-l victory over Balti- more Orioles. It was his first American League liit. "He won from me to- night." JUartin said smiling. "1 give him .S5 every time lie advances a runner, and ho, gives me SI when he doesn't. I told him I'd he happy to lose it. Then the Tiger manager added: "I'll probably hear from the commissioner on this.'' HAS ONI! HIT IN Ilaller lias one liil in id plate appearances in limited duly behind catcher Bill Frce- liaii, who has been a hoi hillcr all year. dunk at this stage of my career I'm happy with my role.'1 said Ilaller, who is Ihe leam's player representative. "The point is, though, whelher or nol Ihc club is happy with il." The previous day Vreehan was Ml from the stands by sliols from a pellel gun, al- i though he wasn't hurl. "I thought they were warm- j ing up f'rcehan wilh pellets, i wailing Io hit me wilh some- thing bigftcr when 1 went out Ihere." Ilaller said with grin. i pitcher behind McLain when Denny was with the Ti- gers. McLain won 31 games in I9B8 Io 17 for Lolich but it was the chubby lefty who was the World Series hero wilh tliree victories including the seventh game against Bob Gibson. McLain won the Cy Young Award that season and shared it with Baltimore's Mike Cuellar the next season when Lolich 19 games. After nil off-season in 1970, Lolidi bounced back with 25 vic- tories, 370 innings pitched and 29 complete Lops in (.he majors lasl year. He was also ninnerup in the Cy Young balloting, losing out Lo Blue. Now McLain's gone and Blue slill hasn't thrown a ball in anger. Lolich is 7-1 and wonder- ing uJio'll come along to shove him into Hie shadows this time. The spoilsport better get here fast. Mickey's building himself a healthy cushion. George Scott hammered a two-run homer and Jim Lonborg earned his first viclory. helping Milwaukee beat the Boston Red ,Sox. Both came to the Brewers from the Red Sox in a 1371 Iradc. SAl'NDP.RS SAVES Scolt's homer gave (he Breiv- crs the lead for keeps in the bottom of the first inning. Fire- man Ken Saunders bailed him out of a bases-loaded jam and preserved the viclory. I Cleveland nipped the Yankees when Tom McCraw opened the bottom of the ninth inning with a triple and then strolled home following Ihrcc walks, the firs! two intentional. McCraw's shot jolted reliever fred Becne and the Yanks then walked Ray Fosse and Buddy Bell, loading the bases and sel- ling up a play al any base. Bui Cleveland crossed the strategy when John Broliamer worked Becne for another walk, forcing home McCraw wilh the winning run. Bobby "Murcer bomered tor New York. Danny Thompson ripped a bases-loaded triple and Harmon Killcbrcw lagged a two-run homer, moving Minnesota past Chicago. TOTAL CLOSE TO TOD'S The homer was the 519lh of KiJbbrew's career, leaving liim Iwo short of Ted Williams' total. The Twins play Williams in Texas this weekend. The defeat ended a six-game winning streak for flic While Sox. Ken Hollztman scattered eight hils and pitched Oakland past California. Ilollzman also drove in two runs wilh a single. Joe Rudi homered for the Athletics. II. was the third slraight loss for Rudy May. who has not had a run scored for him this sea- son, i The Texas Kansas Cily mara-1 Ihon ended in a bizarre manner I wilh catcher's interference and then a two-base throwing error by reliever Ted Abernalhy lead-1 ing to the Rangers' winning run. SECOND nrng, J olds and r 7 furlongs Tedlee (Whillic-) B fio 4.70 370, Fly- ing Lightning (Sladnykl 12..10, 5.60, V.y Rcse Anne (Levinel 3-dO Time Trnder Jchn, Tiner Tracks, Sired, Choppo, Bomb Si'fe also ran. DAILY DOUBLE ONE Ov THEM PE WHO THINK THAT IF 10U TO A FAULT VOU DON'T 'AVE TO ASOJT Race results Lakers sign three players PreiltiCe THIRD ing, 2 year il.JQO, longs L'Fspoir (Morris) Slocmy Summer iHecign) 5.10 4.40, ftuciion Art (Trouie) AM. Time .1-5 Revel Tad, Alberta Brier, White Fleet, Tiger Tim, Wanna Cove also QUINELLA S14.40 I Tlie Lcthbridge Lakers' loam 1 rosier jumped Io lli members j MINNEAPOLIS (APi I wilh the signing of Ihrce play-1 Prentice, a veteran of 20 years crs Wednesday viighl. Larrv Edwards. Ken FOURTH ling, 5 year SI, SCO c! 7 furlongs Smoolli Edge (Shields) 11.80 6.20 .150, Tricky Sky (Hedge) U.fiD 7.JD, Same Aflair ISIadnyk) 4.30 Time: 15 Klllam, UNIe Beck, Dexler Boy, Blessed Hour, Chuckle On also ran. FIFTH SI. 500, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Fair (Hedge) 13.50 5.70 280, Big EQcc 3.70 2.30, Palatial (Sladnyk) 2.30 Meanwhile, in Detroii. the Red Wings' elder statesman, in Ihe National Hockey League.! Alex Delvecchio. 40. has dc- I- i announced his r e I i r e m e n L tided Io try one more i wednesdav. Ins 2Jnd in the National Hockey i ama and Ron Berlando have i Prentice plaved lor New M .all agreed Io dress lor (he _ Ddroil Pills. -I'm taking il one ear al a olds and up, j Lakers in Ihe initial season in i joining Minnesota nnic." the derail centre said. Time: Tickle Your Vernon Town, also ran. EXACTOR: Fnncy, Rusly Flinlilone, Royal Rouser, Drag Time 3-5 S'rp-1, Tatle Ft Slep al ran Lonely ke One SFVFNTH chiming, 4 year olds end up, 7 furlongs Super Slarl (Sancheit 104.70 29.10 9.50, Gilt Box (Wiseman) 4.50 4.30, Transl-.riar (Hedge) 3.SO Time- 1-5 siorKy's Pnoe, Fled, Wo Be Good, Top Slorv, Lonk also ran. Hie Alberta Major Baseball League wliich opens on the weekend. Larry Edwards was the key man in the infield for the Lethbridgc Miner's lasl year playing at short-stop Edwards is prime candidate for the same position in the Lakers' line-up for Ihc week- end and is regarded highly by i the management. Nakama toiled in Ihc l.clh- bridge Big League last season and is a prospective infielder as well as an outfielder. After a year lay off Bcrlanrlo has decided to return to the game of baseball and is seek- ing a position in the inficld- Berlando had played second base with the Lethbridgc Flyers in 1970 and is hoping to gel back info lorm once again. last season didn't consider relircmenl "It seems like a good time to i at the end of Ibis pasl season, years in the I can'' tllat wont a retire after 20 years he said. "Mentally, I'm ready to keep on playing, but the old legs can't take it any year from now. "I have to play and Ihen taka it from there.'1 Delvecchio ex- plained. Prentice had 20 goals and 27 i Dehecchio's new one-year assists for Minnesota. pact, with Uie Red Wings is re- ported to call for a bonus. He would say only, however, that il docs not violate the federal pay board's 5.5-pcr-ccnt guide, lines. His career log shows 363 regu- lar season goals, which rank him 12th on the all-lime NHL list, lie scored "Kl poinls, 15th best in NHL hislory. GUS HEGLAND Formerly of Slyle Rile Barber Shop NOW LOCATED AT GUS' BARBER SHOP 410A 13rh Street N. Phone 35B-003J Which type of exterior paint will best survive the seasons? s try system ask your Pittsburgh Paints Dealer! TORONTO A I dian Football League ruling J last year which allowed Mon- Alonclles to sign an; American bom ntblclc as a I non-imporl is being made use I of this year by Toronlo Argo- nanls. The Als hist your signed .lohn The Ix'lhhridgc Ladies l''asl- Carlos, former I'nilcd Slalcs hall League flagcd three games I Olymjiic track star, as a non- which wore won e-.isily by tbp 1 impori pass receiver I victors Wcdnc.sday nighl. proving thai Carlos had no pro Oplimisls blasted I vious foolball experience in Park Pinna il-r. wilh Val Orr high school or college. clubs >vin easily uiiicf. rjin, ifm o{ hum: a bc.uinci. Pilfr.bimih cxlenor p.iinls sl.incl up Io kind oi tough oiii Pilif.biiHjh fKVilor can 'ell you v.'iiir.h i? ticsl Ivpo ol paini loi'tlic kind ol specific ivo.illw your homo Ho can also you lio'p- on j.urlacy ami to pain'.? Sec your I'llU.huinh P.imv, i no; cvoryininn you need io o'o a nreai job. li.s special Irec booklet on painlinn Sun-Proof exterior pninl gr.-rs n malle finish, and has Ihc. added iidwnldcc llul it blislvring and peeling liy and condensation. for Pittsburgh Onc-C 1'ibno'LT 1-i'niic is recommended. caniiiiH Ihe imiuml nin nhilu Lindii Kish look llu- Inss. In Ilic ollior, I.nhoi- Club liiirhs ilroppril Ihn Chnr- lic Brown l.indii Ihc win- ning inlclior In 11< Dairy .InniCM liiid Io spllle. Iho loss. In mwthcr oncounlcr Orcnl Tires ,-in cjisy lime- of il as Ilioy lilaslcd 1'I.ii iind S X.-ilioiKil lusi .lurkstm picket! up Iliti VCMI- Inil llml will n o I allot1! win fur Mir Mnjcslics. i iiis mm-imporl Tlie Argos said Wednesday Ihey have signed Hill Ilernaii- div, 27, a lawyer from U'xing ton, who also has no pre- vious foolhall experience bin docs Ihc ion-yard dash in !M llernnndox, six foot and 205 pounds, will Iry out as a de- Ile bad a ie. Cincinnali Ihc Do rt to your Pittsburgh Paints Dealer. ACE BUILDING SUPPLIES U St. North PHONE 328-70B4 255 CANADIAN PITTSBURGH INDUSTRIES LTD. TAINT and GLASS RETAIL CENTRE 12 St. Norlh Phono 327-1508 ;