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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE lETHMiriGE HERAID Wednesday, Mciy 34, 1975 TAPERING OFF Heavyweight champion Joe Frazier punches ihe bag during a light workout Tuesday as he prepares to defend his litle against Ron Slander in Omahc Thursday nighf. The fight with Stander will be Frozter's third defence of his lille since he became c'namp in 1970. (AP Wirephoto) Trades prove cosllv verbal reprimand before the j know that we can't have viola- KFL's executive ijons m 2-ules Hut could affect one cxccuiive from each of the colnpctuive aspect o( the league's 25 it lett Allen curl when he was asked to comment on the case. game." In making NEW YORK (API George Allen, who got caught with his draft choices lias been subjected to what may have been the most embarrassing verbal cr- primand in Pete RozcMe's 13- year reign ns commissioner off tile rational Football T.engue. I general manager and j whether Rozelle revealed Tuesday j head coach, "ft's history. That's j night that Allen had been called all I have lo say." on the carpet and his Washing- ton Redskins had been slapped with a maximum S5.UOI) fine in Ihat statement, "it's all said the Red-! Rozelle sidestepped the issue- hanky-panky was in- Lhe transactions in Houston increases west division lead wmnm WASHINGTON (AP) A part-owner of lormer lieavy- Champion Sonny Liston edged Cincinnati a committee Tuesday he shared in malting a payment was By TIIH ASSOCIATED PUKSS "It's a nol Ihe end of Hie Tug McGraw of New York Mots shrugged. "The law ot averages didn't gel me. They got me." They wen- Chicago Cubs, and they got McGraw for a run in the eighth inning. That snapped a tie, giving Ihe Cubs a 2-1 vic- tory, and snapped the Mels back lo realily. It was their first loss in a dozen games, their second in the last 16 and only Ihe ninth in Ihe 33 games they've played this season. It was also Tuesday's only afternoon game. In other Na- tional League action, Pittsburgh Pirates blitzed St. Louis Cardi- nals G-2, Montreal Expos flipped Philadelphia Phillies G-2, At- lanta Braves Reds 2-1, Los Angeles Dodgers topped San Frcncisco Gianls 0- 5, and in a double header, Houston Astros swept San Diego Padres 7-0 and 2-1. FERGUSON7 HOLDS METS The Cubs nicked New York starter Gary Gentry for a run in the fourth inning on a walk and singles by Paul Popovich and Ken Rudolph but the Wets, un- able lo handle Ferguson Jen- kins' pitching for six innings, fi- nally tied it in Ihe seventh on a walk and singles by Tommie Agee and Rusty Stauh. Then came "the eighth. Car- men Fanzone started the win- ning rally with a one-out single. And when Popovich slammed a McGraw offering lo right centre field, Fanzone was off and run- ning. "I made a bad pitch to Popov- ich on an 0-2 McGraw said. "I wanted to gel the ball up and in and I didn't. I got it up bul nol in far enough and he hit it good." Staub, the right fielder, and Agee, coining over from centre, converged on the liner and Slaub made a lunging stab at the ball as it bounced up and to- ward the wall. Then he made a desperation play. Had it worked, il might have cut down Fanzone steaming for the plate. But not likely. Slaub, racing away from the infield and in no position to throw, flipped the ball at Agcc as the centre fielder sped by, whicli included two trips to the i year when I won throe in a row minors, iiis record with Boston was 27-211 and he was traded to Ihe Brewers in a 10 player swap last w inter. His first Irinnioh came Jast week over the lied Sox. "It's a matter of relaxing and having he said. "I feel Jin golfing more ahold of thai. I had it at the end of last (final run in the eighth. for Ihe Rod Sox and (hat's why 1 was surprised lo be traded." Lonhorg was locked in a scoreless struggle wifli Detroit's Joe Colcimm until L h e sev- enth.whcn George Scott singled and Johnny Briggs homered. Hilly Conigliaro doubled and Kllie "Rodriguez singled for the Lonborg was in trouble only twice. In (he second, he got Coleman on a grounder with two runners aboard and then kepi Ihe Tigers hitless until flic eighth, when Eddie Brink-man led off willi an infield single and Dick McAuliffe drew a one-oul walk. Lonborg then fed Mickey Stanley a double-play hall and was sixlh straight. retired the Tigers in order In [lie ninth. The loss dropped the second- place Tigers 21-i games behind the surprising Indians in the American League East as IJeri7, 11-2, shut out the Yankees and joined Detroit's Mickey Lol- ich as r.ri cignl-game winner. It Nilon testifies before committee Liston linked witli bribes after several hundred fans pro- tested violently when an exactor paid only S42 instead of an ex- pected 5150. Ilollman, former chief of the odds of 13 to 1 while Mr. Ace, who finished second was five lo one. "The only odds on the tote board is conventional inand seemed to indicate that 1 was nt the heart cf the issue. I two cases involved AI- Tiozelle said he stressed "the! nuestion. Bul Ihe implication oM importance of adhering to the heavy fine and ere repn-1 Agee might be able lo J 'gun il home. Agee wasn't pre- pared for il and the ball sailed over his head. Despite the loss, Ihe Mels still hold a healthy five-game lead over second-place Piilshurgh in Hie National League Easl. "It's a joy pitching for this ball Pittsburgh's Steve Blass said after the Bucs reeled off theu- eighth consecutive vie- leaguc rules and policies." two cases involving players ac- "While the problem could quired v.-itli drafl choices the have been unintentional In na- Jledskins actually nol have., lure, such practices arc cause. It was Ihe lime lifEellc; fur deep liozelle ex- lwi's acquisition of iMencive ever had subjected a coach to a plained. "We wanted him to hiiek Tiich Pclilhon from Los Angeles Rams and Speedy Dun- lamtoos earns can from San Diego Chargers afler taking over (jio Redskins last year and beginning a scries of 19 trades in which lie ac- A former Lethbridgcite who, Culcheon Trophy- George has become one of Ihe prov- j Calgary 47-50 ince's lop crackshols on Ihe trap I handicap targets, range. George Galambos. is the h J972 winner of the Frank Pillin.r'' quired veterans for draft choices. Allen used draft choices he al- ready had traded lo New York Jets and Buffalo Bills for defen- cue ends Verlon Biggs and Ron j vou BlaES said follmv. McDolc, respcclivcly. in acquir-1 ing Ws jifth victory ask for more than that." Jim Lonborg, who won tory by capitalizing on St. Louis errors for a pair of three-run in- nings. "You know they're going to score and they make the plays !1 Duncan and Pctilhon. Roz-i c sal1' ftl" restitution of the draft choices had been made to ise of Lethbridge Trophy. Memorial Trophy Award. Claj ton Woo of Lethbridge 43-50. A long time trapsliooter in the soulh and in many parts of the United States, the trophy is in Pilling's memory who was killed some years ago during an automobile accident. Various other winners at the Lethhridge Fish and Game As- sociation's shoot included: Event III: 50 doubles. House of Lclhbridge Trophy. Shane Whynot of Calgary 47-50. Frank Pilling Memorial Tro- phy: Events 1 and 2. High score. George Galambos of Cal- gary 03-100. The annual rifle trophy slioot sponsored by the association Event A: 50 handicap will be held next Sunday (May replica trophy for high gun. j Winner Nino Campifelli of Cal- gary 47-50. Event 1: 30 singles. C, A Work party has hpen call- the Chargers and liams by the Redskins- Allen, who also was a contro- versial figure in two previous coaching jobs at Chicago and Lcs Angeles, took Hie players acquired in the trades and made a lille contender out of the Redskins. his first victory of 1972 last week blanked Detroil Tigers 3-0 Tues- day night on four singles and now has a 2-1 record and a siz- zling 1.31 eamed-nm average. Elsewhere in the American League, Cleveland Indians Gay- lord Perry lamed New York Yankees on four singles by a identical ,3-0 score, Chicago cd for this Friday evening lo' post.scason .iirl Me- i prepare for the shoot. ft__________ In 1070, under Bill Austin, the Tcxaj Redsltms were (i-8. Last year, under Allen, they were fin- ishing second to Ihe eventual .Super Bowl champions, Dallas Cowboys, in the National Con- ference Enst and qualifying for action. TROPHY WINNER Winner hero nl Ilio weekend jotinr] in southern Albcrln, the Fronk Pillint] MCI Gf.'orgi.' formerly of end now of Cnlgrny. Gnl from Alberto and Montana in Iho ono-doy shool. 2-1, Boston Red Sox nipped Bal- timore Orioles 6-5 in 10 innings and Oakland Athletics shaded California Angels 3-2. Minnesota and Kansas City were rained oul. It has teen a long road back for Lonborg, who pitched Ihe Red Sox to the pennant in 1967 with a 22-9 record and then von two more games in the Scries, including a one-hitter. The following lie wrecked a knee in a iniich-pub- Vork State political leaders. John Nilon, whose firm runs tier, Moonstone Kay, went off at concessions at various sports fa-1 cilitics, including Philadelphia's j New York Joint Strike Force j [tollman said. "At that lime, ex- against organized crime, said I r.clor belling where you pick the lirsl ivo horses in the race was not shown in the odds the ttfiL' board shoved the llis investigation, II o 11 m a n told the committee, which is at- tempting lo find links between organized crime and sports, showed an abnormal amount of v. inning exactor tickets were purchased liy dro groups ol ra- cehorse owners and trainers- Jeciu outstanding for Native on crime. Nilon said lie and his Iwo brothers gave to a group headed by John P. Mc- Guire in exchange for the con- cession rights to Finger Lakes Racetrack, Canandaigua, N.Y. Laler, lie testified, the money was relumed when it appeared the track would not be opened because of inadequate financ- ing' Under questioning, Nilon said J he finally paid nearly for the concession rights, oper- ating the food and beverage concessions ot a profit for four years. He then solr1 out to Sport- j By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sporls Writer Jerry St. Jean was outstand- ing to say the least, as he gave the Lelhbridge Native Sons a 11-6 overtime victory over Taber Ebony Hawks in South- em Alberta Major Lacrosse League action Tuesday night. Before 200 spectators in the service Inc. for S100.000- Morris Gold, an associate o] McGuire's said he gave original to Hyman E. (Bucky) a former New- York assemblyman from Sulli- van County, Mintz later was convicted of conspiracy to bribe a police officer in a separate in- cident SAYS MONEY RETURNED According to Gold, Mintz was lo use the money "for political contributions" lo both parties II was returned lo Nilon. Gold said, nt the demand of Gov. Nelson Rockefeller. The Nilons sold out of Ihcir money-making concession busi- ness at Finger Lakes because of pressure, the committee was told. In order (o stay in business, the track borrowed from Sport- service, Nilon said. Sportser- vice, a concession subsidiary of Ice Cenlre, St. Jean i ammed in five goals and added two assists to give the e Sons the comeback win. lion on Ihe weekend hosting I games with the Calgary South Calgary Shamrocks Saturday night in Taber and Sunday night in Calgary against Uio same club. Meanwhile Ihe Lelhbridgc Juvenile Lancers, who split Easl Blues last weekend will take on the Premiers juvenile squad on the weekend. The exhibition contest is set for p.m. at the Henderson Lake lee Centre Saturday. Emprise Corp. of Buffalo, N.Y., is a competitor of Nilon's. Earlier Tuesday, the commit- The Sons held a 42 lead after two periods of play, but Ihe Hawks managed to grab a G-5 margin late in the third. St. Jean forced the contest into a 10-minule overtime fair as he tallied the tying marker with 31 seconds re- maining in regulation lime. Bill Shaw aided in the Sons' win wilh two goals while Phil Legge, Don Kitchen. Terry! Tuk and Lee Fox added singles.; NATIONAL LEAGUE Roger McAdiim, Arn Thomp- son, Romses, Art Bare- ham, Ken Grcgus and Ron Low flipped in one goal apiece for Ihe Hawks. ELR1CH TIRE SPORT SCORE .755 .613 .516 AMERICAN LEAGUS GDL. ric-vnland 19 Pet .611 .S'7 During (he three periods ol play the Sons took eight of 2] minor penalties called nnd split, two majors. j Norm Hall of Uic Sons and Baroham of the Hawks rc- tce vas lold thai 22 missing i ceivcd five-minulcs apiece in winning tickets, worth j the sin-bin for fighting in the could be the key to an alleged final period. 12 32 .353 13! 3 21 12 71 14 .600 Ti .18 16 .529 -1 belling scandal and near-riot at Yonkers Raceway last June. Daniel P. Hollman said he In- vestigated the New York track Minor baseball Al Gepneris relieved Darryl Lailcy in the second inning and the two combined for a no- hitter in Lakeside Little League action Tuesday night. The two chuckcrs paced (lie Angels to a 10-1 victory over Ihe Tigers. Lyle Sketting led I ha Angr-Is with two singles while Blako Tillolson ar.ri Harvey Pocza added a double each. In another contest, Barry Kimmilt picked up 16 strike- outs as he guided the White Sox to a slim B 7 win over the Hoyals. Ricky Cicon suffered the loss. Todd Myers poked out Grcgus took the lone mis- conduct penally for arguing with referee Ken Larson. The Sons see action again when they meet the Cal- gary Premiers Saturday in Cal- gary and at home Sunday. Sunday's encounter is set for p.m. at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. The Hawks will also see ac- Lop-siclcd >vins 13 San Francisco 12 3< TODAY'S GAMES Phil-irJelpliin Fryman c picn (3 J) ,il Ancnlrcai M New York McAndrew (3-11 ai Chicago Hoolcn pns (3.3) PiMstuiran Woo 1C (3 2) Spinfcs (3-1) N Keilcy (7-e.) fl-C) .314 12 12 18 11 2) .3M 1 San Francisco Stone (0-4} at Los AnqRles Oilron (5-1) M H'jus I en Wilson (3-3) ol San Dieao Arlln (3-3) N TODAY'S GAMES NJ Calilcr-mn Rose fO-0) nt Oakl B n (J 1) or i Sc-ui 10.1) N 3-1) or Pap-1 (35) at Ksnsai i Clly Splillnrfr 12 1) U at Sf. Louis Chicago Bradley ol Tcxaa Bro- i (3.J) N it Cinclnnali Milv.auKee Parpens Dt iCai TUESDAY'S RESULTS New York ODD 000 i 1 Chicago tWO Ml 2 1] 0 Gentry, McGraw (2-1) (8) and 'elrtnrl Wilffix U-3) nl Nov. Hmlcn (0 0) N Haltimcro Palmar at KrauLie (1-1) N YorK Los licized skiing acidcnt and then pair of singles for the Sox came an aggravating scries of I while Gordon Tail managed a arm problems. j double and two singles for the I the victory. The loss went lo Over the ncxl four seasons, Royals. I Marilyn Marcshman. Runs came often in Leth- bridge W omen's Fastball League action Tuesday. Lcthbridpe Optimists, vitii Debby Borzcl picking up I bo win, romped past All-Stars 25- 3. Nan Hamilton the win- ner over Shirley Ronrassa as. the Great West Tires Majesties I bounced Labor Club Larks 24- 8. In the Ihird encounler Park Plaza trounced City Hall 24-9 with Linda Tollman earning TUESDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland ow 370 New York OfD ODD 0 i 1 G. Prrry (B-71 srid 5 toll I e- CMicaqo 300 003 370 Texas UO CCO 1 7 Q DahnE-c-n (6-1) Fcrstpr (n) Kcnley (9) and Horrniann; Jnnpski (0-1) Poul Pina