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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Mondqy, May 11, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 13 nine sharp in first official game Cubs, Astros suffer from fumbilitis f.v THE ASSOCIATED PliESS When Mrs. Doublcdiiy's liulc liny Aimer Ilioiiglil up that fame wilh Ilio bats and balls and bases, be remembered to giro all Ihc players a glove. 'I'he filove, in case Houston A.slros and Chicago Cubs are wondering, is used lo cnlch Ihe Race results hall. II. was a joh nrillier I cam did very well on Sumlny. Houston MUiLclii'd defeat from the jaws of victory, I.-as Angeles Dodgers ;i inn without benefit of a hnsu hil on two llth i inning errors and losiiiK fi-S. Chicago outdid lhal, giving Montreal Expos two runs wilh- liil on a pair of early errors .imJ Mien ,-iUfnring llic winner to hcore on another field- ing to lose lit Die? Kalional League Sunday, Si. Louis Cardi- nals rapped New York Mcls Pittsburgh Pirates nipped Phila- delphia Phillies (i-fi, San Diego Padres L r i m in c d Cincinnati Reds 5-2 and San Francisco Rountf A Town (Wiseman] 67. iO 550 Caesi' Song (SladnyU 3.JO. 3-5. Due' Fai uslro o ran. SECOND claiming. 4 year olJs nnd up, 7 furlongs. Bsl's Lflsl (Hedge) 910 3.90 310, Major Ma ml (Combs) 3.90 3.40. Silk Bullon (Norris) -1.30. Time: i-5, Blue Twist, Brown Page, Haydn's Dell, LaM Roafl, Saucy Susie also ran. DAILY DOUBLE; S430. THIRD claiming, '2 year old maid- ens, S lurlonns. Chllco Morn (Morris) ID DO 5.M 5.30, Pollach (Haynes) ID Of) 7 60, Calgary (Parsons) D.PO. Time: ?r, Fai Win OUINELLA; 170.30. FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds i mllpi. id up, __.. Hunk 7.30 i.30 3.20, Burdundy Las-, 3? 70 9.40, Luilrous Slflr (Shields) 7.60. Time: ?.01 .l-i. Park, KiHl Romf.n f-roif, Mlsler Flee, Lord Hairy FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Rely Glen (Wiiemflnl 34.30 T.10 5.10, Social Chancic (Levins) 4.BO 3.BO, Tr-ncsi (Gold) 5.ID. VeWer Autlirn, Lad, Saucy Morn, Wendel, Srierroicin elso EXACTOR: 155.30. SIXTH rlfllmlrrg. yrflr eldJ aid I'p, Morris) 370 2.50, hcM 770, 3.70, Ballyc Aslro Princi Time: Allanlic Slar, Hustle A BH, County Scandal, Hopi Jw, Rushing Girl also SEVENTH Sl.eoO, cfalmlrg, year a'ds and up, Goldcrcst Champ (S'adnyM 15.70 760 '.70, Island W.ister (BBrroby) 7.40 S.3C, Lillle Gypsy (McCnuley) 3.70. TIME: 1 5 Diddle, War Lonely Slreel, EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds Bnd up, Vs miles. Preslo (McCnuLey) J.10 3.DQ Soolime (Raamusscn) 330 OO, Love Your Hoct (Barroby) 3.30 J.10. -1-5. 3rybcc Bee, Maxic's Heir, Superstar! ran. NINTH claiming, i year olds nnrl up, J furlongs CljmTooqs (Norris) 7.70 3 70 3.30, Same Affair (Slaonyk) no 3.00, Cres- donl Slyle (Wiillile) 4.10 Time: J 5 Smoothie, Sister City, Misler Auctioneer, My Commotion, Obliga- tion also ran. OU1NELLA: SlJ.Sfl, Reduce the price of your car wash- when you fill your Innk wilh gasoline dt a Pacific 66 Car Wash! SUPERSOI11C Car Wash IOIG-3 AvenueS. It's pnsy nnrl rnrwpnirnl lo a r.lrnn car1 We honor nil credit cords We Care about you and your car W That's a promise j BLUE 15 BACK Vida Blue, Oakland's young lefl- hander making his first start of 1he season, whips one to 1ho plate in Ihe first inning Sunday. Blue faced Chicago While Sox in his first ouling. (AP Wirepholo) at Milwaukee BOSTON (AP) Del Cran- dall, an old Milwaukee favorilo during a brilliant playing career with the Braves, is returning "home" as manager- of the American League's Brewers. Crandall. 42. was promoted from Evansville of the Ameri- can Association .Sunday as Dave Bristol was firnd afler 30 games inlo his Ihird season as field boss of (he Brewers. 'It's like going home Crandall told The Associated Pre.ss in a telephone interview from Evansville. "My feeling is beyond description. Imagine be- coming a major league man- ager, and then in Milwaukee." Crandall spent IS years with Uie Brnfcs, two in Boston and 11 in Milwaukee, before winding up m outstanding playing car- eer with one-year slops in San dall played against the Yankees in the 1957 and 1953 World Ser- ies. Wilh a 10-20 record, the poor- est in the major leagues, under Bristol, and averaging fewer than 7.000 a game at home, the Brewers were forced to take action. Crandall's popularity figures to help the sagging al- in Milwaukee. Bristol, Tired afler four sea- sons as manager of Cincinnati Reds, was picked np almost im- mediately as the Brewers were in the process of moving from Seatlle lo Milwaukee in 1970. He rejected an offer from Cleve- land Indians last fall, elccling to remain with Milwaukee on a onc-ycnr extension of a (wo-year conlrad. "There was no question thai Dave worked hard, but he may Francisco, Pills burgh and I have worked too hard and possi- Cleveland. He hit 179 homers I hly got (lie players up and had a .25-1 balling average in 1G major league campaigns. lie scouted part time for Los Angeles Dodgers in Ilinn nHtirnori lo nniTorm as manager Milwaukee general manager Frank Lane said. "Possibly ho tried to cram loo much experi- ence in too short a time in the younger players Bristol became Ihc second major league manager to be fired this year, joining Preston of Albuquerque of the Tc.xa? League for years. I moved lo ICvansvillc last year. Cramtoll will relurn to Mil-, Comrz on" [hi-'paid lint unem- waukce T u e s (I a when Ihe plojcd ranks for Ihe remainder Brewers meet New York Van- i of Ihe season. Gomez Uec-s at County Stadium. Crnn-' by San Dirpo Padres The Angels nipped losing pit- cher Dennis Taylor for 20 hits and humiliated the Canucks 30-2 in Lakeside LillJe League ac- tion on Ihe weekend. Alike Delreer picked up I lie win firing a two-hillcr. Harvey I'iKv.a had a fine day up at Ihe plale. blasting Ihrec home1 runs, a Iripli- and a double while Illakc THIoUm added a double and two singles. Darin ('Iraki and (iiirdon Tail nlso managed Ihrco singles apk-ce in Ihe inp-sidod win. In another contest, Yankees defeated Ihe Tigers with lionnio Tanarva earning the mound, verdict over Mike. Mc- Lanc. Randy Hook slrokcd two sin- gles fur Ihc uinniT.s. Iliivi- t.'reiglon paced Ihe Yankees In ;i 1) I vir- lury over Ihe Rod Sox. Crcighlon aided his own cause wilh a double and I singles. Brent Maxwell fanned 15 bai- lers and gave up only l.wo lilts lo give the Indians a 7-1 win Giants split a doubleheader with Atlanta Brnves, winning 3-2 nnd :hen losing 7-6 in 11 innings. The Cubs were errorless Sat- urday in trimming Montreal 5-3 while Houston committed one miscue in losing 7-3 lo the Dodg- ers. In other games, San Fran- cisco oulslugged Atlanta Cincinnati drubbed San Diego 9.4, Philadelphia nipped Pitts- burgh 2-1 in 12 innings and New York belted SI. Louis 4-1. The Astros look a 4-3 lead into the ninth Inning against the Dodgers wilh Larry Dierkcr working on a sivliiller. But Duke Sims opened with a double and Bill Russell singled him to third. That brought on Jim Ray, the Astros' relief ace, and when he walked Wes Parker, it loaded the bases. COLLISION YIELDS RUN Pinch hitter Frank Robinson lofted a sacrifice fly, but when Jesus Alou ran into Cesar Ced- eno, he jarred the ball loose and one run scored with the bases remaining loaded. A Holder's choice grounder by Bill Bnckner brought the tying run home. Two innings later, the Dodg- ers won it. Second baseman Bobby Fenwick threw Russell's leadoff grounder away for au error. Russell moved up on a sacrifice and afler Steve Garvey bounced oul, first base- man Lee May kicked Bobby Valentine's grounder, allowing the winning run to score. Don Kessinger's eighth inning Ihrowing error allowed Mont- real to score its winning run against Chicago but the Cubs had sel the lone way hack In the second when a pah1 of errors by Carmen Fanzone led to two runs for the Expos. Ken Singlelon opened with a walk and wilh one oul, Fanzone kicked Tim Foil's grounder. A sacrifice advanced the runners and then Fanzone fumbled Ron Hunt's bouncer, allowing Single- ton to score and Foli to reach third. The Expos rubbed sail in Ihe wound, working the double steal with Foli swiping home on the front end. With the score tied at 5-5 in the eighth, Foli beat out an in- field hit and then circled the bases on a fielder's choice and Kessinger's wild throw. Vida Blue had a pretty good start Sunday, but George Hend- rick provided an even beller fin- ish. Blue, Oakland Athletics1 cele- brated holdoul, made his firsl 1972 slart and pitched fivo scoreless innings against Chi- cago White Sox, allowing only one hit and fanning five before he left for a pinch hitler. "I think five innings was just about said the 22-year- old southpaw who had an 30- pitch limit and used 77 of them. The American League gamt was scoreless when Blue de parted. The Alhlelics took a 3-0 lead in the sixth inning but the While Sox scored once in the eighth, twice in the ninth and once in the 10th for a 4-3 lead. But with two oul in the last of Ihe lOlh, Mike Hegan singled off Steve Kealcy and Hendrick blasted his first major league home run for a 5-4 Oakland triumph. BREWERS FIRE BRISTOL Elsewhere Sunday, Minnesota Twins whipped Texas Rangers 7-2, Delroil Tigers edged New York Yankees 64, Baltimore Orioles trimmed Cleveland Indi- ans 5-1, Boston Red Sox downed Milwaukee Brewers 4-1 after the Brewers fired manager Dave Bristol and California Angels defeated Kansas City Royals 4- 2. In league action Saturday, De- troit edged New York 2-1, Oak- land defeated Chicago 6-3, Texas throltled Minnesola 16-2, Baltimore, beat Cleveland 4-2, Boston handled Milwaukee 9-3 and California edged Kansas Cily 4-2. I Blue, the league's most valua- ble player and Cy Young Award winner last season, tuned up for his firsl 1972 slart by hurling one inning in relief lasl week and losing to California, allow- ing two runs. II appeared as Ihough ho might be in for more of the same Sunday, walking llireo batters and throwing 43 pilches in Ihe first Iwo innings. "I was nervous because there were aboul people here lo see me he said. "Dick Williams (Ihc Oakland man- ager) came nut to (.ilk to me in yielding only a third-inning sin- gle to Richie Allen. Lasl year he produced a 218 record, average and 301 strikeouts. Then came .he salary hallle with owner Charles 0. Finlcy, wilh Blue asking first for and fi- nally accepting SM.OOO. Oakland's triumph kept the Athletics one game ahead of Minnesota in the West and dropped Chicago to Ihird, l'i games back. Elton White signs with Raiders NEW YORK (AP) .New York Haiders of Ihe World Hockey Association have signed the fledgling league's first black player, it was reported Sunday night by sportscasler Guy LeBow on ths NBC network radio program Monitor. LeBow said the Raiders are expected lo officially announce later this week that Alton White, a native of Amlierst, N.S., has signed a multi-year contract. The live-loot-nine, 174-pound right winger has been playing for Providence Reds of the American Hockey League for the last four years, scoring 84 goals and 90 assists hi 110 games. The 1971-72 season was While's best. He was among the AHL's top 20 scorers with 30 goals and 3-) assists for 64 points, and was named the most valuable player on the Provi- dence team, a farm club o[ New York Rangers. Only one other black has ever played major league hockey. CAN'T GET ON W I DECIMALISATION Something to behold C ge MUNICH, West Germany (Reuter) A new Olympic City, made of tinted glass and steel, lowers like a space-age fantasy over the oulikirls of Munich. And Bavarians preparing to play host next August at West G e r m a n y 's first Olympic Games since Adolf Hitler are still arguing whether the style is right and the price loo high. A huge plexiglass roof soars and swoops over the main sladiums ui a series of eccen- tric curves. Transparent pan- els will protect spectators from glare without affecting color television pictures. They will automatically spring open m case of fire and smoke. The ndvenlurous structure, supported by stout sleel haw- swers from 12 leaning pylons, rises 216 feet at its highest peak above the deep diving pool. Most Bavarians call Prof. Guntcr Behuisch's concept an engineering miracle. Others less complimentary have compared the 92.000 square yards roof to a collapsed cir- cus tent. "Exciting beauli- !ul? Well, that's another said one of the thou- sands of visitors who crowd the Olympic area at week- ends. And it's a hard fact thai the cosl of the roof has jumped from the originally eslimaled S5 million to a staggering S50 million. Steel-hatted construction workers in special suction boots walk like flies over the shimmering roof to complete the main stadium. Some 195 feet below there is already a lush green look about the pitch, healed with subterra- nean water pipes. The airy swimming hall contains two extra, lull-size, practice pools underground. WRESTLING TONIGHTI P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM N.A. Title Bout: Kqmota vs Thornton Port! vi Srvtus Debut of Superiiawk S BOUTS No one else gives you this much 1. 73 horsepower engine 2. Four-speed synchromesh transmission 3. Front disc brakes 4. Fully reclining bucket scats 5. Electric rear window defroster 6. Whitewall tires 7. Full vinyl interior S, Electric washer 9. Two-speed windshield M'ipers 10. Padded recessed dash 11. Collapsible steering column M. Glove box 13. Cigarette lighter 14. Heavy duty heater- defroster 15. Three-position courtesy lights 16. Hand brake warning light 17. Three point retractable scat belts 18. Power boosted fresh- flow ventilation 19. Saving-out side rear windows 20. Unit body construction 21.60 amp. hr. battery 22. Dual braking system 23. Wrap around bumpers 24. Side running lights 25. Back-up lights 26. Washable and removable trunk mat 27. Recessed spare tire 28. Tool kit and jack 29. Electrophorus paint application 30. Four-way flashers TOYOTA over (he Orioles Tim Kulakiiini suffered Ihc loss allowing five hils. Maxwell and John Craig led the Indians willi double and 1 1 ClOl'S .single e.-icli while (Jcorfic Ihc second Inning just to give me a breather.'' Blue scllled down afler thai. for tfiis much mil a double (or valuable Al Parry t.'oghlin threw a four-hitter nnd guided Ihc Aslro's (o an R-2 decision over the Pirales. Gordon Mclnyk Imd lo settle with Ihe loss. Cabin Puller maiiagcd n (Iciu- Trnnr Iwirr for Ihc SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) All-star Garry Peters of Bos- Ion Braves was nTitnEfi Saturday tho most valuable player in the American Hockey League. Peters, who missed in games the season to a kiiei1 f injury, .scored 3fi pools and 31 asslsls for poinls in ,v'i 1 mail Corolla 1200 t-dmr wdin F.O.H. VinCDQTcr, Iniontfi. freight, lioawe and prowiaciil extra. 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