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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 _ THE liTHBRlDGI H1RA1D Fnrfay, M-sv '8, 1973 Home opener next Tuesday Lakers bolster roster sign four Americans Lethbridge Lakers, on paper, spell contender with a capital C. Ron Taylor, manager of the sophomore club, has but five days to round his club into shape for the opener of the 1973 Alberta Major Baseball League, next Tuesday against Calgary Giants. Lakers will host the Giants at Henderson Park at eight o'clock. Lakers, it can be said, more than held their own in the first year of operation. They were 8-1 early in the year. Their record levelled off when the imports began to arrive, but still they made the playoffs in their initial season. Each club in the Alberta League is allow- ed four imports. Lakers, this time around, are taking full advantage of the rule. Four players, the nucleus of the Gonzaga University ball Chinook Classic set defending champ back Henderson Lake Golf Club gross scores match shots at will receive its stiffest test of'1 ihe young 1973 golj season this weekend. Commencing Saturday morn- lin 180 shotaiakers take to the course for the third annual Chinook Classic golf tourna- ment. Over worth of prizes are up for grabs in the three-day event co-sponsored by Labatt's Brewery, Starlite Motel and CHEC Radio. The tourney consists of 54 holes of medal play for the La- batt's low gross trophy and the Starlite low net silverware. CHEC Radio puts up a trophy for the local low gross winner. Calgary golfers have domin- ated the event in its infancy. Keith Alexander won it is 1371 while popular Doug Silverberg took home the honors last year. Garth Pilling of Lethbridge won the low net honors in 1971 while Al Ford of the Saskatchewan Rough-riders won low net last year. A horse race will highlight ac- tion Monday when the 10 low CLASSIC DRAW a.m. S. Smerek, G. Ever- son, D. B. Tracer, a.m. B. Townsend, E. Mok- osch, A. Rowntree, D. Morland; a.m. R. Morton, J. Reid, B. Lazaruk, A. Takasaki; am. J. Matkin, H. Brown, S. Kami, N. Onofrychuk; a.m. L Curric, F. M. Tobo, H. Keller; three o'clock. A full weekend of activity is planned including a Cabaret Saturday night and a buffet dinner Sunday, and oh yes, golf. All players will be placed in divisions according to certi- fied handicaps. There will he lew gross and low net prizes in at Philadel- phia Ruthven (1-2) St. Louis Gibson (2-4) at Montreal Stoneman Pittsburgh Walker (1-1) at New York McAndrew (3-3) Los Angeles MesserEmlth (3-3) at Atlanta Reed (2-4) San Diego Greif (3-2) at Cincinnati Billmqham (6-1) San Francisco Wllloughby (3-2) at Houston Griffin THURSDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles 000 000 3 T 0 Cincinnati (00 000 5 1 Sutton Brewer Richert (9> and Ferguson, Yeager Carroll, Hall Borbon (0-3) (9) and Bench. Philadelphia 010 000 2 8 1 Pittsburgh 200 000 5 6 0 Carlton Wilson (7) and Ryan; Moose (3-3) Rooker (8) and May. Atlanta 000 101 1 4 0 Houston 000 200 2 10 0 Dobson Harrison (8) and Dates; Forsch (4-3) and Howard. St. Louis 003 000 6 14 1 Chicago 112 MO 4 9 1 Bibby, Granger Segui (1-2) Folkers and Simmons; Pappas, Gura Aker (1-2) LaRoche (9) and Hundley. HRs: SI__Reitz AMERICAN LEAGUE East Detroit New York Baltimore Milwaukee Boston Cleveland W L Pet. GBL 17 17 .500 16 17 .485 Vi 15 17 .469 1 15 17 .469 1 14 17 .452 15 20 .429 West Chicago 20 10 .667 Kansas City 21 15 .583 i California 18 14 .563 3 Oakland 19 17 .528 t Minnesota 15 16 SVi Texas 12 20 .375 TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee Champion (0-2) New York Sottlemyre (5-4) Boston Pattm (2-6) at Detroit Fry- man '2-3) Baltimore Cueilar (1-5) at Cleveland Tidrow (4-4) Minnesota Kaat C4-2) at Chicago saqe (0-2) Kansas City Busby (3-4) at Oakland Holtzman (7-2) Texas Paul (3-2) at California Singer (6-1) THURSDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee 001 000 001 f 1 New York 000 001 002 19 1 Colburn, Shot (1-1) (9) Porter; Medich, McDaniel (2-1) (10) and Mun- son HRs- NY Murcer (7) Nettles (At. Boston 000 000 C Detroit 001 MO 1 1 Curtis (1-4) and Fisk; Perry (J-2) and Sims. HR: Baltimore 001 001 12 Cleveland 000 000 lie Palmer Farmer (9) and Wil- liams; Perry Hilgendorf (7) and Duncan. HRs: Kansas City 021 001 Texas 000 000 1 7 I Simpson Garber (6) and Hea- ley; Siebert Hudson Dun- ning (8) and Suarez. HRs: Mayberry Chicago 012 200 t Minnesota 000 110 Wood Acosta (8) and Herr- Woodson Coltz and Mittcrwald. HRs: (2) Oakland 1ft California 000 000 0 I Hunter (4-2) and Fosse; May Allen Barber Sells (8) Torborg, Kusnyer HRs: Oak Green North DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee EIRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE Jilh'i SF'PVKE or ;