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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HE irTHtlBIDGr.' IIEKALD series TMK ASSUflATKl) rKKSS inning with a double ami mmo lying run in ihat inning on a CAPTAIN OF THE CAUSE George Armstrong former captain of Ihe Toronto Maple Leafs, is captain of Ihe cause for those in Canada with Cerebral Palsy. Tommy Stairs, a 19-year-old cerebral palsied youth, is given advise by an expert. There are an estimated people with llie disease in Canada, many of whom can learn to become useful members of the community. More than anything else, they need underslanding. For Ihis reason, the week May 20-28 has been set aside 1o help Canadians learn about cerebral palsy. Rira Ridge solid favorite UBS _s_ BALTIMORE fAPl Horse race odds, and conceivably trainers are a resilient lot. Like the bettors, they never give up hope of scoring an upset vic- lory. Riva Ridge, being hailed as the first Triple Crown winner since and already de- scribed in "super horse'1 terms, hasn't scared the opposition in Saturday's 97th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico. The Kentucky Derby winner and stablemate Upper Case are rated even-money in the pre- "Riva Ridge was probably the could leave Ihe gale as an easiest Derby winner I've scon, whelming 3-5 choice. ami I have a lot of respect for Still, seven rivals will oppose him. Rut most horses get beat j the Meadow Stable entry, and sooner or later, ar.d you don't trainer Del Carroll of Bee Bee j know If you don'l In-. That's Bee explains why: i wbal makes horse racing SCJ BARBECUE TIME! KINGSFORD CHARCOAL S ib, bog 10lb.bn8...... UG 20 bag I KINGSFORD STARTING FLUID 32 or............ 49C 48 69c SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP U2I-2nd Avc. S., Lslhbridge Phone 327-3777 In two Senior Little league i singles for losers, games staged Thursday nipht, j Trouc allowed only the Cardinals suffered a and pave the Pirates seLback lo Hie Royals while a 14.1, victory over Ihc Braves the Athletics bounced the Expos! ul Little League play. 15'11' Mark Tokariuk hammered Gordon Tokariuk paced L h e; two doubles aud the like num. Royals, who trailed 9-4 at onu i of singlcs off lossing pjt. time, on the mound while Dave zaroobcn Collier took the loss. Meamvhile> Ken Burla firerl Jerry Areshenkci had a per-j a four hjtLer as ]le puided (lie feet rughL up at the plale for j Cubs Lo an w viclory over lhe the Cards as he belied a tnpJo, i jn L j u I a two doubles and a pair of j lav lasL Carroll concedes, however, Ihat Riva Ridge "isn't likely to gel beat at equal weights nghl now Each starter in llie 1 3-16-mile Freakness will tole I2C, pound? and IE all nine go to the post al p. in MST. the winner wil receive of the grn's puvFC. Upper w'th Rny Brr.iis- srrri vp. win. iirnak frojn Ibe, No. 2'.e Fo'i Turcnilfi will ts'.o i'iv.i Ridcn from the third ('an you luivc a crucial bnsc- hill scrie.s JM May? Angelas Dodgers and lousloii Astros, p r c c a b n n licks to fight il out in the Na- League's WwL Divi.siun .his HL'ai-on, certainly think .so. The 1) o d g e r s and Astros opened nn innortmit, i you don'L believe crucial, four-game set iu Los Angeles Thursday night and even this fiarly in the season, there ivas air of ten- sion lo I he game. Houston finally won it 4-3 in 11 innings on Tommy Helms1 squeeze bunt. But there was plenty of drama before thai happened. First there was Don Sutlon of Los Angeles working on a one- hitter into the ninth and leading 2-0. Sutton, looking for liis sixtti straight victory, surrendered a on to score tho winning run on pinch single by John Stephen- NIC two-out single by Mickey i son. Kivcrs as California Lopped Jo Oakland. O'Brien, who came in the game as a pinch runner in Iho seventh following Ken Mo ippcd Joo Coletnan stum n tbree-ln't- Icr and Detroit defeated Boston uilli hnmr.'i's by Norm Cash and Tony Taylor pacing the attack, Tom Mailer, whose three-run JUulk'u's iloublu, bad scored Ihc j homer Lhe niflht before was his first hit of the season, keyed a four-run Detroit rally In tho fourth inning with n two-run double, fie also tripled and scored on Dick McAuliffe's dou- ble in the second. One of the three hits off Cole- man, 6-2, wns a solo homer by Hpggie Smith, Hosl Blue Willow Angels slot, Innne on rail, singles. Mike Cnldcr m with a double and two singles while Collier managed a double and a single to aid his own cause. Craig Brown picked up t h e mound verdict for the Athlet- ics while Brady Cunie had to settle with the loss In the other contest. Tom Dudley supplied the of- fensive attack smacking out a double and two singles while Ricky "Wells added three sin- I glcs. I Bill Beaton tagged t ft r e e PiLirla fanned seven hitlers for his second win nf the sea- son while Mike Coghlin suffer- ed (he loss. Theo DeGroot led the Cubs1 hitters a double and three singles as he four-for-four at the plate while Andy Prokop will be Joseph R. Straus' No Le Hace, i hr Derby runner-up, and jockey Phil Rubbicco. Trainer Homer Farduc was happy over No Le Hace's rare pole position. Tlie colt broke from the No. 17 post in the Ken- tucky Derby and won the Ar- kansas Derby after starting from Gate No, 12. Lucien Laurin, trainer of the Meadow Stable entry, joked that lie would have preferred the No. l and No. 5 post positions, "so we could shut everybody off at the KEY TO MINT NO. 5 The remaining entries and their jockeys, in post position order beginning wilh No. 4, in- leadoff single to Jim TVynn and walked Bob Watson with ono out Then, wilh two out, Doug Rader crashed a three-run homer to turn Lhe game around. GOES EXTRA INNINGS The drama belonged to (he Dodgers next and Frank Robin- son, who had singled home a run earlier, came through with a two-out double in lhe bottom of the ninth, sending the game into extra innings. Jim Ray, 7-0, escaped a two- on- two-out spot in the 10th be- fore Die Astros broke through for the winning run in the llth, I-iee May reached base on Bill Grabarkewitz's error and pinch runner Bobby Fenwick came around on a hit by Watson, a walk to Rader, and Helms' bunt. Cincinnati, which doesn't buy the theory of a two-team race in the National League West, won its eighth straight, whipping Sao Francisco G-5. It was the ycv- enth consecutive K-s for Gianls. In games, Now York Mnh foppi Montreal 2-1 and Chicago Cubs downed St. Louis Cardi- nals 6-4. In the only American League action, Detroit Tigers whipped Boston Red Sox 7-2 and California Angeles topped Oak- lam! Athletics 4-3 in 12 innings. The v i r t o r y h e i r fifth moved Houston full game ahead of Los Angeles in Ihc West race. Hal McRae delivered his first two hits this single and double that drove in four runs for Lhe Reds. Cincinnati tagged Sain McDowell with liis first loss after five viclories. Bobby Bonds drilled a three- run homer for the Giants, lasl year's West Division champi- ons, now 11 gEuncs off the pace. Lethbndge Lakers offi- jcially open their 1972 Alberta Major Baseball League sched- ule this v.eekend. Lakers will get their first taste of action in AMBL com- petition as they host the Ed- Kimura, Don Gordon, Nat Her-i Negrello. Al Ferchuk, Home man. Reno Lizzi, Harry Swan, (Heggedal, Bernie Sonnat a g, Clarence Yanosik, G e o r g e i Rob Roy, Wayne Commodore, monlon Sunday Blue night Willow Angels and Monday YoshinaUa, Jerry Hisaoka and Joe Meanwhile the Lakers have sirncd 36 pincers that will dcf- I initeiy dress for the weekend encounters. afternoon. j Sunday nighl's contest is set I for p.m. while Monday's I game will start at p.m. J In their initial season in ihc AMBL, the Lakers will be run by Doug Frier, who will as the teams' general manager and John Vaselenak, who will handle the coaching duties. There will of directors who wii the Lcthbridgo franchise will) Bob Leonard leading t h e group. The 1972 board of directors Doug Yorgeson, Dennis King, Greg Hamilton, Randy Max- well, Marty Maxwell, Brian Larry Edwards, Ken Ron Brrlando. Only one player, To dale the Lakers line up Commodore, has not played all consist of Bob Turner, T i m I his baseball in Lethbridgc. i elude William and Joseph Slavo- I la's Freetex, Chuck Baltazar; Stable's Key To The Mint. Braulio Baeza; John D. Marsh's Eager Exchange, ANDY CAPP SOUNDS OKAY, D'YFR TMNK 1SHOUUD GO AFTER IT? will include. Ken Kilmer, Bob Babki, Pete Vanderhill, e s Rice, Kaz Tomomitsu, Harry 'AS THESE OCCASIONAL FLASHES OF THAT yWKES CONVERSATION DELI5HTFUU Scopes Hope (Combs) 720 370 130, Blaze Of Speed (Haynes) J.OO, 3.20 Mv'Elic Twlsfsr (Rasmussen) J fa Time i 5 Square Bear. Dirks De'nht. Hula Mah, El Cabdllo Grande SECOND lafmlng, ycer old; flnrj up, Two-Day English Riding Clinic MAY 27 and 28 (For riders of all ngei and riding levels.) Professional SEtlNGER Of Calgary's SL George's Slobles Inlcresled persons please call MR. or MRS. F. HESS 327-9804 or 327-0877 Hess Farm 4 Milo North of Sunnyside Schoc! S5 DEPOSIT REQUIRED added two singles. In Lakeside Little League ac- (ion. the Anpcls beat the Royals Rokeby S-4 behind Allan Gepneris1 I wo- hit, pitching. Kandy Cicon took Ihe loss Eddie Mcple; Dr. Hassi Shina's j giving up nine liits while lan-'Hassi's Imago. James Moselcy; The Mcls. who have won seven straight and 21 of 28 this season, got Lhe only runs they needed in Lhe first inning against Montreal when Willie I Mays opened wilh a walk and Martinez tripled. Mays Sally M. Gibson's Festive Mood, Elake Tillotson poked out Carlos Jimenez; and William S. three singles and Ilarvle Pocza Fansh Hi's Bee Bee Bee. Eldon I wo for the Angels while Bruce Nelson. Tail rapped a double for tho uniry of Riva Ridjje and Royals. Upper Case has earned more In another contest, Dennis money than the rest of Ihe field Taylor hurled a one-hitter lo combined, lead the Canucks to a 5-3 win Rjva rUdge, the two-year-old over Lhe Orioles. j champion of last year, has George Hiraga suffered tho loss. Kim Snoor slapped a double for llie winners while Hiraga managed the only hit off Tay- lor which was a single. PRE-VACATION SPECIALS 1966 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 4 DOOR fully equipped. VACATION SPECIAL 2-iYYA 1968 OLDS DELMONT 88 A DOOR H.T. V B, cuto., P 5, P R, raiTr, VACATION SPECIAL S1995 KCU73 1970 PLYMOUTH FURY II 4 DOOR F-jlly equipped, mill VACATION SPECIAL......... 2-95 A 1970 DODGE POLARA CUSTOM 2 DOOR H.T. VACATION SPECIAL 1969 CHRYSLER 300 2 DOOR H.T. F h. .ndio. VACATION F.PECIAI 1970 MONACO 500 4 DOOR H.T VACATION SPECIAL LOW COST CHRYSUR CREDIT FINANCING TRADES ACCEPTED OPEN EVENINGS Till 9 KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. IETHBRIDGF Phono 328-9271 3rd Ave. nnrJ 1 I St S. Qepcnddble earned while winning 10 of 13 career starLs. Upper Case, not nominated for the Derby. has won Key To The Mini, which won (he Derby (rial and Uic Preak- prep in his only starts after injuring a hip March 15, is listed as the second choice in the belling at 2-1, with No Le Hace at 6-1. Kreetcx and Bee Bee Bee were rated it 15-1, with Eager Exchange,'s Imago and Festive Mood fit 20-1. DOUBLES SCORE York llnU'l bliislcrl Duncan Industries 20-10 in Cily Mow I Pitch Ball League a c i o n Thursday nifdil. upset catcher John Boccabclla on the play al the plate and the ball got away for an error, ena- bling Martinez to score Ihc de- ciding run. Jim Me Andrew earned lhe victory, working the first six in- nings with relief ace Tug Mc- Graw nailing it down. Don Kcssingcr drove in throe runs wilh a pair of singles and Ken Rudolph's key triple deliv- ered Lwo more as Ihe Cubs knocked off the Cardinals It was the eighth straight losb for St. Louis. Syd O'Brien opened the 12th Cardslou Trap CIuJj plans meet A 70 17T e) 3-70 2.50, (Rasmussen) 3.10 01 3-5 GfPfit Gfllp, Rflnr.pagr, iicrction, Sharon's C h e h o DAILY DOUBLE J1B.30 THIRD allowance, 3 year 7 fur. Icncjs Mazie's Joy (Norris) 1110 5.50 350, Prairie Morn (Harisen) Ji.-iO 14. JO Sprcial 5fncL. IBiirroby) 4.AO Tirre: 25 Alberta Rose, Glen's Mclodv, Joyi Prrmium, Counts tquel, Oberek elso QUINELLA: 1213.30 FOURTH SI 600, allowance, 3 Ho ic 5 3. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Hoyd: Time: -1 5 Friendly Guy. rjdofl. nph i ran l.r-adrr EXACTOR: S59, SIXTH hcnriicap, 3 year Old: hicaqo onacal I- Louis 5sn Frar.Liica TODAY'S GAMES l lev.1 York Capra Dhia setma M-3) t Slnr .556 .539 .51? !333 GBL 5'a 6 A'j .157 .2G1 l) el Philndel- in (3-3) Plrts- s (1-2) Chicagn JcnKins (3-3) at SL Louis 5pmV-S (2-1) N Cincinnati McGlclhlin (0.3) fit San Di'Jcjo Kirhy (3-2) N Hnuslon Wilson (2-2) at Los Angeles OMccn u-l) N A nama Nlekro (s-3) al Sun Fran- cisco Carrilhers (1-3) H THURSDAY'S RESULTS AMERICAH LEAGUE EAST W Cleveland....... 13 Baltimore Boston New York Milwaukeg Minnesota Oakland 13 17 .530 17 7 .708 15 .675 1 15 I .600 al G10 7 1 ODO 3 mz ij-ll and BaccabeMa; Me An- 12-li 17) and Dyer. Cincinnati 300 ooo 51 j- 3 II 4 Frjntisco 000 OW 573 _, Rorbcn (1-1) 16) Spraous Ctirroll !8) Br-nch; McDowell ralifornia II Id 7lj Kansas Cily II 16 .407 7'j TODAY'S GAMES AMERICAN Poslon PoMin ot New YorX Slotllpmyre (3-3) N Baltimore (4-3) a! Milwau- kee Parsons (3-2) H Minncsofa Kaat (i.0) at Texas Go- golewski (2-2! TJ Cleveland Perry (6-2) a! Detroit Cain (0-2) N California Ryan (2-1) or Fisher (1-0) at Chiracs (6-2) N Oakfand Odam (20) at Kansas SpliMcrn (23) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS R oil on ODD 010 118 Detroit til M4 7 I 0 Kraussc (1-1) Tianl (7) ard 'FiEkr Ccleman (to) and Haller. HRs: Del-Cash (7) Taylor Oakland 100 DDl 000 II 3 California 000 7M 100 1 0 Hunter, Knawles Shaw (11) 10-H Locl-pr [121 and Duncan; Wright, Allen 'El Barhrr (II) M-0) and Torb o r a, HR: MINOR BALL Pacific Co.isl League Portland -i 3 Tucson 12. .a 1 Tlie Ccrdston Trap Club will told a trap shoot on Sunday. The one-day affair will start fl a.m. when the sliootc. nil I Ixi fighting for hams and bacon ami will then continue at approximately v.ilh 50 bird liandicap event. 'flic ma'Lch will be held llie Under Ranch in Cardstcn. I You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere iuci. WIL.IQ it a nnno n wo tilon.Jcd and Boitlcd in Scotland by While Morse Distillers Ltd .Scotland here! Seiberling STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever soldi EiRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 402 lit Avt, South MOM 317-4866 or 3J7-4445 LETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;