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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE ICTMBRIDGE HERALD Wednoidoy, Soplombor 1, 1971 CHAMP ONE MORE TIME tdhbridge junior North Slors won Ihe Alberta junior fastball lille recently for the lime in eight years. This years champs are, front, Icfl to right, Dennis Hydychuk, Sherry Gardin (balboy) and Jimmy Trntch. Centre row, left la right. Bill Harbuz, Don McKenna Gerry Carmichael, Harry House, George Lazzai-etto and Greg Hoffarth. Back row, left to righl, Jeff Wyrostok, Barry Sedgewick, Aoron Clements, Kevin Kram- mer and coach Ron Zosadny. Missing were Gene Yamada, leo Molleolh and Rudy Fleshouer. Japanese officials not Juckes makes it definite, no iCPi Thr ('ana-' 'ukes will a lollor onlliniiii1 Subsequently officials of what aclion they might lake dnn Amateur llnckrv Assncia-1 Omada's sfradfaM. position Id MocKcy Canada-Lhe f cd c r a I should an invitation be received, lion reiterated Tuesday thai: Frank Shaiiglmossy, vice-prcsi-: health department organization. Meanwhile Uie Sapporo Olym- Canada will not participate in I dent of the Canadian Olympic] that handles international tours pic world- or Olympic-class compe-1 Committee, -met in Toronto to consider has Lilior.. Gordon Jukes repealed t h e 1970 ruling after informal in- quiries from Japan asking if Canada would be interested in sending a team to the Winter Olympics in Sapporo in Febru- ary. Jutes said these has been no j wingcr Frank Mahovlich, who not to with the Learn, formal invitalion [or Canadian a piav0rf record by _____ Short sport MA1IOVI.1CH SKINS learn on ils western l.rip, gavr, MONTREAFj fCP) Ixifl: no cxplanalion (or his decision hockey participation in Hie tt m- j C0lmtillg 27 poijlts spring lo tcr Olympics, hut that ill ssisl jiontreal Canacliens lo Uierc were it would be rejected. stanley Cup his con. In May. HITO. after the Inter- national Ice Hockey Federation withdrew previous approval for tract for Ihe coming season POSTPONE DECISION DETROIT (AP) A tliree- nlan arbitration panel post- today Terms of Ilic one-year i Poiwd indefinitely Tuesday a de- contract were not announced by cision on the appeal of Cahfor- Canada lo ice a team including j National Hockey League! nia Angel outfielder Ales John- nine professionals in world com-1 I son, suspended from tlie club petition, Canada wLhdrcw ap-1 Jiahovlich, 33, scored H goals I 2G [nr wllat leam officials proval for any Canadian team 110 break the record previously charged was a lack of "his best at any level to take part in in- ternational competition at home or abroad. At the last annual meeting of the CAHA this ruling was amended to include only teams competing at world- or Olym- pic-Games levels, opening the way for such things as a Cana- dian university all-star learn to play in this year's Student World Games at Lake Placid, N.Y. set during the 1370 playoffs by centre Phil Esposito oi Boston Bruins. HARRINGTON SUSPENDED EDMONTON (CP1 Toron- to Argonauts defensive end Ed Harrington has been suspended indefinitely for what a club spokesman described as "fail- ure to travel the team." The spokesman said Harring- ton, who didn't accompany the towald Ulc winning of RUSSIAN GOLFERS'.' TORONTO (CP) The Rus- sians may be moving into the wonderful world of golf. United States professional Billy Casper suggested this Monday at the Canadian Na- tional Exhibition, where he pre- dicted an increase in golf on the mainland of Europe. forDay Weekend AT LEO SINGERS -WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ANY PRICE A SELECTION OF COIORED IONG StEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Reg. 6.00-13.00. NOW ONLY 3. YOUNG MEN'S SLEEVELESS SUITS 37.99 Foflrcl, Washohle Easy Care By leading Mfgrs. Reg. 49.95. NOW ___ LAST CALL! BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS CLEARING AT Price BOYS' SHORT SLEEVED DRESS SHIRTS Reg. 3.95. NOW ONLY 2.99 CLEARING! LEVIS SHRINK TO FIT JEANS RcD. 9.95. r QQ NOW ONLY.............. 3.77 YOUNG MEN'S LEVIS WHITE FLARES Reg. 9.95. NOW 6.99 BALANCE OF MEN'S WHITE SHOES Reg. 19.95 NOW..... 9.99 NEW SHIPMENT OF YOUNG MEN'S LEVIS CARTOON PANTS A new favorite 1 1 AC PRICED AT ONLY....... I I .7 J CHARGEX WE HAVE THE CLOTHES YOU NEED FOR THE LIFE YOU LEAD LEO SINGER'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 214 5lh STREET S. PHONE 327-3958 Committee said that it not yet been informed that Canada has refused to send a hockey team to compete in the Winter Olympics here next Feb- ruary. A committee official con- firmed that a formal invitation had been sent to Canada to ,scnd a team. Canada puUcd out of world hockey competition in 1970 over a dispute concernmg use of pro- fessional players, but in Lhe Olympics a different set of rules of eligibility exists than in world hockey competition. Profession- als are not allowed to play the Olympics. But in work hockey, Canada has used rein- stated' pros many times. Trie Sapporo committee was commenting today on a reporl from Ottawa qi'otijig Gordon Juckes, executive director o; the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, as saying that Can- ada will not send a team be cause differences remain be- tween Canadian and worlc hockey officials over the use of pros. The Canadians want to use pros to field the best leam pos- sible; world hockey officials won't allow it. An official of the Sapporo committee said it had been tolc about 10 days ago that a Cana- dian reply io ils formal invita- tion was expected in two 01 three weeks. "But we have not heard any- thing from Canada yet.'1 the of- ficial said. "However, if Ihe re- port is true it is regrettable." A total of 12 countries so far are expected to lake part in the hockey cvenl. They are Ihe So- viet Union, Czechoslovakia, Sweden. Finland, West Ger- many, Swif7crland, the United States, Norway, Yugoslavia, France, Poland and Japan. Pirates forced to rally Cardinals just won't let up By T1IE ASSOCIATED PltESS Joe TOITC has bunted once this season and the way lie's swinging l.ho bat once is enough. Torre's St. Louis Cardinals were locked in a 1-1 tic with New York Mels Tuesday nighl when Matty Alou opened luntli inning with a hunt single :iff reliever Damiy Frisclla, Thai brought up Torre. was looking for Lhc hunt: said Ihe slugging third baseman. "I really was. I looked down aL tlurd base coach Ben- son for a long Lime but he didn't ?ive ili to me. I got Lhe fork ball Jiree times and I happened Lo bit Lhc last one up the middle." Alou moved to third on the hit from where he scored the win- ning run in a 2-1 victoiy when Ted Simmons laced an 0-2 pitch from Tug McGraw to left field. Thai kept Ihe Cards five games behind Pittsburgh Pir- ates, who rallied fron: a five- run deficit to beat Philadelplua Phillies 7-3. EXPOS LOSE AM) Elsewhere, Chicago Cubs edged Montreal 7-6 in 10 innings in Lhe first game of a double- header. The nightcap was sus- pended with the Expos leading U-l after six innings and will be completed Loday. San Francisco Giants trounced Atlanla Braves 9-0. Los Angeles Dodgers whipped Houston Astros 6-1 and Cincinnati Reds nipped San Diego Padres 2-1. Torre credited the St. Louis Astrohirf ami thj fad. Simmons bats behind him as the reason he now leads the league in bat- ting average and hits as well as HBIs. Tlic es-catcher also made a fine play on Donn Clendenon's slow hopper lo end tire Wets' ninth with two runners aboard. Jerry Reuss went the route for Uie Cards, striking out 10. New York's Nolan Eyan fanned 12 in six innings. With the Phillies holding a 5-0 lead over the Pirates, Rcnnie Stennett smacked a too-run sin- gle in Lhe fifth, Mill May drove in a run in the sixth and Pitts- burgh rallied [or four in Lhe sev- enth lo win it. Cart Yaslrzcmski, with the boos of the crowd ringing in Ins ears and Ihe threat of a trade hanging over his head, took a bat in his hands and shut the moulds of his least night. The veteran Boston slugger, in the worst slump of his 11- year career, smashed a dra- matic run-scoring single with two out in the bottom of Hie ninlh inning Tuesday night, giv- ing Ihe Red Sox a 43 American League victory over Baltimore Orioles. "Under the circumstances, it was one of the most satisfying hits I've gotten in a long said Yastrzemski. "However, notliing is too salisfying when you're 13V2 games oul (the mar- gin by which Ihe Ihird-place Red Sox trail the fronl-nmning Orioles in Ihe American League's Easl But you keep trying." Hie 32-year-old Icfl fielder, starling oul Lhe season at a .300 pace, injured a thumb May 31. He admilted he developed bad batting habits and hasn't been able lo break them. It scnl his batting average slipping lo ils current .200 re- I suiting in the Red Sox dropping 1 out. of contention in Lhc Easl race. Elsewhere, Oakland Allilclics heal California Angels 4-1, De- troit Tigers and Cleveland Indi- ans split a lui-night donhlehend- Tigers winning the opener 0-1 and Ihe Indians Lak- ing Hie nightcap G-3, Minnesola Twins edged Chicago While Sox 4-3 in 10 innings, Washington Ser.atcrs defeated New York SUZUKI The lougii dirt hike buill (o take on the country. TS-90R BLAZER "King of the lightweight machines." 8 speeds 1 I h.p, and weighs only 199 Ibs. 49995 BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. "SfRVING SOUTH AIHCRTA TOR OVER 35 YEARS" LCI Grad game sel Tlie annual LCI Grad game Is set lo go Friday evening at right at flic Henderson ball park. This year Wayne Winter, a five-year Grad veteran and last year's talented Doug Howes will share the quarterback duties. Tim LCI Hams will have their hands full, with many last sea- son graduates returning for the annual affair. Robert Mosscy the most valu- able player on the Kami last year will suit up for the affair along wilh some of Ins old team- mates which includes Ross All- son. Other Grad vclcrans prepar- ing themselves for Ihe game are Ken Fisher, Larry F.il- wards Bruce Corcnblum, Marty Weavers and Jim Valentine. On the. other hand coach .lini WTiilclaw of the Rams is In a rebuilding proee.ss and is hop- ing the Grnd ganrc will give his rookie players some valu- able experience. This season Wlritclaw mnsl rely on Ihe likes of Corby Pank- hurst, Terry Korlli, Dallon Ilowc, Mike Day, Larry Gihb find Robert Shaw to carry mc-sl of. tbc load. Yankees IV5 and Kansas Cily against tire Orioles Tuesday Royals downed Milwaukee night. Vasti-7.eiv_ski's game whining hil, off Jim Palmer, lli-7, scored Mike fiara, who had walked as a pinch hitler and moved lo Ihird on Doug Griffin's double. ijals Brewers li-4. Yaflrzemski, three-time win- ner of the American League balling crown, was Iraoccl every lime he stepped lo the plate Ballard, Smythe control the Maple Leaf Gardens TORONTO fCP) Harold, Ballard and Stafford Smylhe ac- quired control of Maple Leaf Gardens Loday by purchasing for ihe shares of stock controlled by John Bas- sell, publisher of The Telegram. SinyLhe is president of Uie Gardens and Bcllard executive vicc-prcsidcnL. B a s s e 11 was chairman of the board of direc- tors until he resigned in Janu- ary. In bin-ing out llicir former partner, Ballard and Smythe ex- ercised a privilege agreed upon in November, when they .m. Bassett bought control of the Gardens fron: Conn Smyfhe, Stafford Smythe's father. At lhal time, they acquired aboul 20 per cenl of Ihe slock each al a cost of about a shaic and decided that if any of them ever decided to sell, he would give Ihe others first re- fusal. Since then, Gardens .shares have splil five for one. A SHARE The transfer price agreed upon Tuesday nighl by the three men as a share, slightly above. Tuesday's market figure of The Bassclt slock, mostly held by the Telegram Publish- ing Co., represents more than 25 per cent of all Gardens shares. Ils acquisition gives Ballard and Smytlic a total of about 70 per cent of Gardens shares. The deal was completed loday in Ihe downtown offices of the Toronlo-Dominion Bank, which is loaning the money to Ballard and Smylhe. In another transaction an- nounced today, Baton Broad- casting Ltd a company Bassett controls, acquired 93 45 per cent of tire Argonaut Football Club for aboul Basselt, again through the Telegram Publishing Co.. was one of the major shareholders involved in Ihe purchase. Bassett said he did not think there was anything inconsistent in Ihe two deals. "We were able lo purchase nearly 100 per cent of the Argo- nauts, or in other words buy control. This was not possible with Ihe Gardens as neither Mr. Smythe nor Mr. Ballard wished lo parl with their holdings. Rather than remain in a minor- ity position we fell il was belter to sell." Cubs seek Canadian championship The Lclhbridge Cubs have a tillc streak going presently and arc hoping lo keep it inlacl af- ter this weekend. In Ihe pasl two weekends the Cuhs c.-.plured the Alberta Senior championship and Ihe Southern Alberta Senior Base- hall League tillc. Tliis weekend the Cuhs will travel to Kcnoscc Lake, Saskat- chewan hoping lo come home wil.h Ihe Canadian championship crown. They plan to leave Ihe city Friday rn later than II a.m. by cars lo Medicine Hat. From Ihere Lhe leain will change over lo a bus which will take then: the rest of Hie way. According to Doug Frier extra room is slill available and anyone interested to make the Irip with Ihe Cubs can contacl him at 327-790-1 or 327-2835 by Wednesday. Kcnoscc Lake is in Ihe Moose Mountain provincial park, aboul 75 miles cast of Woyburn, Sas- kalchewan. MIS A lotal of shares of Ihe Gardens slock bought by Smylhe and Ballard were held by Ihe Telegranr Publishing Co. Baton Broadcasting held while Ihe remaining shares were lire personal holdings of directors of both companies and members of Lhcir immediate families. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES San l-ranri'.c Lns Angeles 56 West 79 L Pel. GBL 56 .591 .556 il .531 B 65 .500 ..11? 17 7) .574 70 69 .M7 70 51 85 ill .375 Cincinnati Houston San Diego TODAY'S GAMES Monlreal Brltton 0-2 at Chicago Jen- kins ?0-11 Philadelphia Fryman 95 nl Pills- burgh Ellis 18-7 N New York Seaver 1J-B al SI. Louli Gibson 13-11 N in Dingo Roberls 11-16 at Cincin- nati Nolan 11-13 N Los Angeles Sulton 17-11 al Houslon illlnaham 5-13 N Allan I a McQueen 4-1 a I San Fran- cisco Bryant' 7-9 TUESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Montreal 101 200 200 13 2 Chicago 200 3DO 101 1-7 14 3 Morion, McGinn Marshall eed (2-3) (9) McAnally (10) and Bale man; Pappas, Regan (5-3) [10) SECOND Montreal Chicago Six 000 fl 8 1 001 1 10 I ings, suspended. ayor, Marshall (6) and Boc- cabelln; Hollrmnn, Decker (6) New- man (6) and Canniizaro. New York .000000 t 0 SI Louli 100 270 Ryan, Frlsella (4-0 (7) McGraw (9) end Grote; Reuss (13-11) and Simmons. Philadelphia 022 010 5 11 1 Plllsburgh ODD 021 7 8 3 Lei sch, Hoerner (J-d) and Mr- Carvrr; Moose, Veale U) Kllon M-4) (6) Miller (B) and May, Sanguillen Los Angelei 301 010 A 10 0 Houston 000 100 1 9 1 Alexander (Wl and Ferguson; Cook Ray (7) Harris (8) Lemasler (9) and Edwards. HR: Parker (6) an Dleqo 000 009 1 6 I Indnnali 010 ODD 270 Norman, Scverlnsen (2-5) (9) and .arton, Kendall Simpson, Gran- nr (6-6) (B) and Bench. Atlanta 001 001 0 7 1 nn Francisco 013 050 1 11 0 Stone Hcrbel Prlddy (7) and Williams; Klna Perry (1410) and Dielz. HR: Henderson MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS International League Toledo 5 Charleston 4 Syracuse 5 Rochester 0 Richmond Tidewater 3 LouisviMe 7 Winnipeg 6 Pacific coait League Salt Lake t Hawaii 3 Spokane 3 Eutjpne 1 Phoenix 5 Tucson 1 Porlland al Tacoma, 3, ppd W El 73 70 Boston New York WashlnglTii Cleveland We Oakland Kansa-, Cily Chicago Cnlilornia Minnesota Milwaukee TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Dobson 1-1-3 ot Calilorma Mcsscrsmllh ld-12 N Chicago 18-10 el Minncsola Blyleven 11-15 N Kansas City Wright 3-6 fll Milwau- kee Pallin 11-IJ N Cleveland Dunning 8-12 af Delroll Niekro 4-6 N Washinglon Gogolewskl 3-3 al New Ynrk Kline 10-1? Ballimore McNally 16-J al Culp 1-11? N TUESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Cleveland 100 DID 1 l Delrolt 100 030 4 10 D Farmer (S-1) Balllnger (5) Hennlrnn (B) and Fosse; Coleman (15-8) and Frpchan. HRs: Foster DET-AAcAulIffe (17) Cash' SECOND Cleveland 000- 4 17 1 Delroil Oil 010 3 17 1 Colbert lit) A. Foster (7) McDow- ell (8) and Suarcz; Niekro 16-71 hy Pcrsncski Scherman (9) and Price. HRs. Cle-Nellles Cliambliss Kansas Cily DID DOT fi 13 0 Milwaukee 10D 003 4 11 0 Filimorris, Burgmeier (6 6) York (7) demons (7) Abernalhy (E) and May; Lotkwood (8-13) Weaver (7) Sanders (B) and Rodriguez. HRs: KC-Keougri (2) demons Chicago 020 OBO 100 13 l Mlnnesola 000 100 002 9 1 Bradley. Johnson (7-10) (9) and Hinlon (10) Kealey (10) and Egan; Herrmann Kaat, Haydel (7) Gedhard (l'( (9) and Mllterwald. HR: Chi-Hersh- berner Washington MO 005 6 1 New York 000 010 040- 5 11 1 Bosman, Ping (a) Grzcnda (B) Cor (3) Lindblad (7-3) (8) and Casanova; Kekich, Hambriphl (6J Aker (B) Mc- Daniel (5-10) (9) and Gibbs. Munion (9) HR: Ballimore .001120 Boston 300 000 001--1 7 1 Palmer (16-7) and Pel-rs, Tlant (1-7) (7) end Montgom- ery. HR: Oakland loo OBO 4 t l California 100 100 l s J Odom Knnvvles (B) and D n- cnn; Murphy (6-LI) Allen (E) nnr] Slephcn'on. FOOTBALL STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE T F A Ph. Toronto Montreal Ha mil l on Ollaiva 1 Lillle series The l-cnpur rily (.'li.'iiiipioiisliip, .slnlod prl. under Mniulfiy CVP- j ning, will now cnninirncn. Miis evoniiiR at Dnvc iCIlon Park nt six o'clock. Norcrcsl Braves will play host lo l.ho Lakeside Angels in Llic first game of n best- of-lhiTo finnl for the city iillo. Second Kaim; in tlio sorio.s i.s also nt lillon Thursday at .six. Available in 6 in. 38 ft. length 8 in. dia., 37, 43, 50, 56, 63, and 70 ft. Icngthi DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, MAYRATH AUGERS MOVE IT FASTER AND EASIER, _ MATOATH C.DMPTDN. YOUR ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 402 in Avt South Phon. w ;