Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 18

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 32

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD Frirlny, October I, 1971 forced lo (orfelt Frida Giants put it all together for title building a huge oarl> season been carting around in Hie finul in San Fnind.-c'o. lead and nearly losing'it in a lii-dic days of the frantic race. The Pirates ended Ihcirj-cgu- diTndftll September (limits' vitiorv enabled lar season with a -Kl victory flv TIM-: I'KKNN his nnironn dripping with Ihe against I'illsbm Hie ICasl i llieir lead over Us Angeles !o San Francisco Gianl.s, after i bubbly stuff the Giants had Champion, lieginning Saturday one game going into Ihe final day of the campaign. But even in the team's woi.st .stretch, Fox WHS certain the Giants could win it. "We had the confidence all along, "he said. "We knew we'd get straightened out." Fox was righl. The Giants won three of their last four games and hung on lor their first title since Juan Mariehal, the high-kick- ing right-hander and ace of the staff, made sure of it. He held Ihe Padres lo five hits, struck nut five and had his usual pin- cverytlihiK Ic.W'lher on the [inal them lo finisli one same ahead over Philadelphia Phillies. In day "of the season and clinched of Ihe onrushing Los Angeles .other National League Finales, the National League's West Di- Dodgers, who completed their New York Mets defealcd St. vision title wiih a 5-1 virarv season with ;i 2-1 victory over Louis Cardinals li-l, Atlantc Thursday night over Ihe San Diego Padres. Houston Astros. i Braves downed Cincinnati Reds "Sure. I'm disappointed thai fi-2, and Chicago Cubs trimmed Charlie Fox, in his (irsl sea- we didn't go all Ihe said Montreal ICxpns .1011 as Cianls' manager, talked Dodgers' maiKiger Walt Alston The Giants, leading Ihe wild about it in a champagne-filled in the quiet Dodgers' dressing West sinee April 12th. look an dressing room celebration that lead into the final had been brewing for more than The Giants' triumph also month of the season but their .sends them into the National! late swoon, which saw Ihera Lea g uc 's besl-of-fivc playoff' lose Hi to 'i'l iwmes, shrank Banner year for pitchers Torre staved hungry at plate ml CV V A By TMK ASSOOATKI) I'HESS on one Ihe National being the Chit-ago While] lar, Pat Dobson and Jim lee Torre In-- been on i diet Ml'M laur mmc- Sox Claude Palmer each won 20. Baltimore's American League Dickie Kcrr and Ed i OLher 2ii-game winners in the National revision champions be- came onlv the seeond team in Torre, once known as the fat kid brothei of Philadelphia Phil- lies first baseman Frsn! Turrc lost considerable weisht prior to liiis season, bu! gained some new headgear: The National Learuc batting and KBI crowns. "1 did liy to stay the plate." said the St. Louis Cardinal s' third baseman, whose I) a t t i n g topped the majors. The versatile Torre was in- stalled this season as the Cardi- nals' every day third baseman, where he has thrived. Three players waged a tight battle for second place in the National League baiting race, j American League were Vida j Blue and Jim (Calfishi Hunter major league history to boast For Orioles. Dave Me- of Oakland, Andy Messcrsmith four 20-game winners, the other i Nally won 21 while Mike Cuel- of California, Wilbur Wood of Chicago and Mickey Lob'ch of Delroil i I J 1 '3 f W .IKNK1.NS WINS ill AliAIN J 1 1 i 8s In the National League, the circle consisted of Fer- guson Jenkins of Chicago Cubs, V- A1 Downing of Los Angeles Dodgers, Steve Carlton of St. and Tom Seaver of New threat to Torre. Atlanta's Ralph Garr nosed out the Chicago Cubs' Glenn Eeckert .3416 to .3415, although both were listed at .342 in the rounded-off figures. Pittsburgh's Roberto C 1 e m e n t e. finished fourth at .3409, or .341. WINS AL TITLE j there has been some concern expressed regarding hen pheasant hunting in Alberta, Dr. Allan Warrack. Alberta minister of lands and foists, is- sued an explanation for the season. Some time ago, it was announced that the pheas- ant season would allow a daily hag limit of 3 pheasants (one of which may be hen) from Oct. 8th to 30th, and a daily bag of five pheasants (one of which may be a hen) for the remainder of the season to Dec. 4th. This relaxation of the hen pheas- ant protection occurred after a three-year experi- mental hen pheasant season in the Scandia-Rainier area south and west of the town of Brooks. The experimental hen pheasant season last fall had a bag limit of three cocks and two hens in Oct. and 5 cocks and 3 hens for the remainder of the season. Three thousand permittees harvested ap- York Mets. McNally's 21-5 record gave him an .808 winning percentage, tops in the American League, with Mcr who Tony Oliva. sidelined late in i proximately 2.900 pheasants at a ratio of one hen i._ cock While hunters were able lo harvest approx- imately 65 per cent of the total fall population in Ihe study area, this was still less than Ilic average total mortality that normally occurs in a pheasant population between fall and spring. Concern has been expressed that a hen season may he detrimental to the population by dispropor- the season by torn cartilage in his right injury which he suffered in June but which lie played with for over two months, won the batting title in the American League with a mark. New York Yankees Bobby Murcer finished second point control, walking none, in winning his 18th game againsl 11 losses. Only two days before the game, he had not been feeling well. "But I'm going to he said, adding that lie had no problems against the Padres. "When you've got support like I have on this club it makes you feel better and it makes you pitch he said. Rookie Dave Kingman, filling in for injured Bobby Bonds, provided Marichal's major of- fensive support. The 6-6, 210- pound right-handed slugger capped a three-run fourth inning against Dave Roberts with a two-run homer. Tito Fuentes opened the in- ning with a single and scored on a double off the centre field fence by 40-y e a r -o 1 d Willie Mays. The Giants added to runs in the ninth, but they wer- en't necessary as Mariehal had the Padres well under control. The Dodgers, meanwhile, were concentrating on beating the Astros and watching the Scoreboard. They had to and did. But there was nothing they could do to stop the Giants. Maury Wills, the Dodgers' shortstop and captain, capsuled I his team's disappointment, say- 1 ing: i "On paper, we're a better team than the Giants. But they're a better team on the field. Rut to lose by a game well, that's pretty tough." Don Sutton, 17-12, pitched bril- liantly for the Dodgers, thwart- ing the Astros on six hits and six strikeouts. "I couldn't afford to relax out there on the mound, TYEE-I-YI-YI Four Lethbridge fishermen came back with more than jusl starlet from a recent fishing trip to Vancouver Island. The lunkers above are all 30 pounds or more. From left, Bill Ogden, Steve Pocza and Maurice Moser. Missing is Art Pearson who took Ihe pholo. Another greut, vcur s won ng while the New York Mets' Tug j even u Gianls were McGraw led the National League he saiA still some men with a .733 mark on an 11-4 record. Blue won the American! run. He singled in the seventh. League earned-run-average moved to third on a hit by Wills crown with a 1.82 mark, while and came home on Bill Buck- Seaver's 1.76 was the best in the j ner's sacrifice fly, breaking a National League. 1-1 deadlock. li.v I'HUYS GOYEN.S The Cubs came back (o lie it scored Ron Santo and knotted MONTREAL (CP) Even ;n the lop of the fifth on Johnny the score at 2-2. TN------- _ as -m the past, Montreal blew it in the the Dancer got a present when: Callison.s homer to right Montreal Expos wrapped up their third National League sea- son Thursday night. Claude Desjardins, a cook in a local hospital who has drawn but the Expos surged ahead 2-1 m-n] in their half of the inning when j With one out, rookie Gene John Boccabella's sacrifice fly: Heiser started the winning rally i Bailey from third. I with a walk and another out ivts the American League's strikeout leader with 303 and Seaver paced the Na- tional League with i Cougars to get out." Sutton also scored the winning j organist F e r n a n d Lapierre's songs. Montreal lost their last game of the season in usual fashion by allowing three runs in the; top of the ninth, handing Fergu- T, applause from fans and visiting: fs Sloneman might la cr, moved to third on Billy team players alike with his Jenkins as he set down Williams' single. Santo scored fancy stepping in the Jarrv l'le 'n sev" He'ser a single before Jim Park aisles this season was but pinch-hitter Pat Hick-man knocked in two more presented with a recording of Bourquc's eighth-inning single with a double. ___ _ It was the death of an era and son Jenkins his 24th victory of the fans in Washington i Ihe season in a 5-3 Chicago Cubs who showed up to view the :-e- w'in. mains finished them off by kill- ing the Senators personally. But the crowd of was there primarily to say "So long, The Scoreboard showed Wash- 1 until next year." I ington leading New York Yan- 1 A win would have been a i kees 7-5 in the ninth but great way lo bow cut but a loss the Scoreboard and other por- did not hurt that much. It didn'l (ions of Robert F. Kennedy really matter at all. Stadium were disappearing. The Senator's fans bitter, nos- ELRICH TIRE NATIONAL LEAGUE Final standings Easl St. Louis Chicago (innately lowering Ihe number of adult lions. Al- though this is suspected In have happened in some who wasn't even a starter until; parts Of the United States when hen seasons were mid-season, finished third with j declami it js tnougnt it wlU not happell here be- cause of the low hen limit set. The fish and wildlife division of Dr. V.'arrack's is to evaluate the season and will ask .313. Willie Star-gel] of Pittsburgh won (he National Leapue home run crown with 4S. one more Uian Hank Aaron. Aaron's 47 raised his career total to 639, not so far from Babe Ruth's! major league standard of 714. j Torre took the National' League RBI title with 137. beat- ing out Stargell. 125 and Aaron. The SouliuT School Football League leading Catholic Central Cougars will be out to make it four in-a-row as they host the Medicine Hat hunters to send wings of all their pheasants to the p'cCoy Colts at Henderson to- night. The Cougars, led by a pow- erful offence and a similar de- fense lead the six-team league CUBS BE.NEFIT talgic and sometimes vandalis-! I he Cubs seemed a little tic. were running wild on the: surprised by t he crowd reaction Philadelphia field and in the stands, mobhing! wlwn they received more than San Franci Hie players and rippinc nn bases. I Ihe iisn.-il polite smatterings of Los Angcies Alberta High seats and the Scoreboard. applause durinc the cmilest. Cincinnati' The public address announcer It s ''fan appreciation .Housto W L Pel. GBL 73 AMERICAN LEAGUE Final Standing! East Fish and Wildlife offices in southern Alberta. Fol- lowing the harvest evaluation Ihe division will recom- mend suitable further action for 1972. Presently all migratory birds and oilier upland birds are hunted regardless of sex without ap- with a 3-0 record. parent adverse effects on the population. In Uie American League, Chi- cago White Sox third baseman Bill Mellon won a close race for the home run title. .Melton hit 33 while Xorm Cash of Detroit and clubted Hills Provincial Park in an effort to offset Dr. .So far this season the Coug- ars have scored 88 points while giving up only 13. On the other hand, the Colts share second place with the asked that the field be cleared night" a time for nostalgia ;H THURSDAY'S so play could be S00'1 friends reminisced over. in vaiii. And so. on the decision Bootl bad times in their p Brlies, MO of the umpires, major league good-byes, baseball bowed out of Washing- "Waif until next Ion on the short end of a 9-0 perennial rallying cry of Ihe (71i PM forfeit score to the Yanks timistic loser, rang through the Cincinnati 001 ooo i t 3 Thursday night. stands. But it wasn't a cry, it, (2.2)