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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiit IITHBRIDGE HERALD Tucstloy, Soplcmber H, 1971 Robinson readies 500-home run circle Dodgers, Giants playing them for keeps Fiv TI1U ASSOCIATED PRESS Angeles Dodgers edged lrmncisco 5--1 in a tension- filled National league game Monday niglil, posting their scv- victory in a row and cut- ling the Ciianl.s IVcst Division lead lo twu games. Elsewhere in the National IxsaRiic, Pillsburgh Pirates opened a G1: game lend over St. Louis in (he East, be.iling Chi- cago Cubs 5-1 while Philadel- phia Phillies was beating the Cardinals 6-5 in 10 innings, Houston Aslros edged San Diego Padres 3-2, Cincinnati Reds slipped by Atlanta Braves 2-1 in 11 innings and New York Mets beat Montreal Expos 4-2 in a iviin-sliorlcned fire-inning co- Two-nin homers by Richie Allen and Willie Davis and a solo shot by Willie Crawford gave the Dodgers all their nms Jim Hay Hart had a round-tripper for the but dial's only technical stuff. What really happened is Ilial Bill Singer of Los Angeles and Juan MaTichal of S'an Francisco staged a bcanball war, Billy Buckncr tried to talk to Mari- chal on the mound with a bat in Bowling Banter WHAT is already guaranteed Lo be the biggest and busiest season on record is under way at Capri Bowl witli Lhe chief, Al Pearson, reporting 2G leagues in operation and many special events sprin- kled throughout the entire campaign And in the first week of play Gary Tunbridge got off to a sen- sational start by coming up with 337, 292 and 303 for a 032 Iriple'in Gordie's Men to take the men's bowler-of-lhe-week honors that's a shade better than a 310 average Mitz Wooldridge grabbed the women's bowler-of-the-week title with an excellent 379 single in Civil Service and from early indications it looks as if it's going to be quite a year of pin- battering. Besides the big outings turned in by the bowlers- of-the-week, the other outstanding games of the week were Lew Mills with 330 and an 846 triple in Civil Sen-ice, Jack Unterseher with 352 in Simpsons-Sears, Steve Mezei with 341 and 890 in Green's Shoes, Steve Gangur with an 851 triple in Gordie's, Jen Hegi 326 in Sundquist Construction, Bruce Canfield a great and 870 in Young Adults, Marg Hughes 330 in NuMode Homes. Karen Carney 366 in Marg Seefried 330 in Juniors Shop and Its Tanaka 358 and 8GPi in JCCA. Looking over the men in opening week action, others stars Steve Pedersen 305 and 763, John Rempel 319 and 791, and Jack Smeed, recently trans- ferred from Bow Island to Picture Butte and conse- quently back in the local bowling fold, an 808 triple in Gordie's, Tom Pratt 320 in Simpsons-Sears, Bill Hamilton 781, Bill Koskoski 313 and Lou Novak a 78L triple in Green's Ryo Nagata hit for a 799 triple in JCCA while in Civil Service John Erickson was good for 310 Jack Smeed clicked for a 331 in B and E Hardware, Randy Wolstoncroft 307 and 784, Bob Allen 313, Sam Girardi 328 and 806, Bert Mezei 307, Mike Tobo 791 triple and Bill Braun 310 in Gor- die's while Ken Malcomson rolled 329 and 810 and Ken Kurtz 311 in Green's. Buchanan keeps world title YORK (AP) Ken Bu- chanan seeing the world today from behind closed doors, the gals, the opening spotlight shone on Janet Koole with 304 and Jean Passey 301 and 716 in Juniors while Sandra Westling and Marion Tolley paced Green's with 270 each Linda Kish hit for 300 in the Friendly League while in NuMode the big guns were Isabelle Bergman 282 and Marge McLaughlin 280 with Linda Ober rolling 298 in Suncl- quist In Doug's Gladys Field was good for 305 and 753 and Mary Mihalik 282 while in NuMode Marj Bodnanik added 306 and May Hiebert 794. Wilkinson out for vear VANCOirVER (CP) British Columbia Lions announced Mon- day that quarterback Tom Wilk- inson has torn a ligament in his right knee and will be lost to the club for the balance of the 1971 season. Wilkinson, Lions of the Canadian Football League this year from Toronto Argonauts, suffered the injury who joined the in Sunday's 2J-IO loss [o Calg Slampeders. lgary Lions said Wilkinson was to undergo surgery today. Wilkinson was making his first appearance wiiii (ho Lions after coming off (lie 30-day in- jury list because of an early- season shoulder injury. Loss of Wilkinson leaves the Lions with rookie Don Moorhead as their regular quarterback. WANTED IMMEDIATELY Two Top Calibre, Ambitious Salesmen To sell our exclusive line of 1972 automobiles coming soon. Full company benefiu. Apply in person to.- LORNE FRANZ FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 7th St. and 1st Avo. South Lelhbridge Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Jean Mills Jen Hegl 326; Pat Piomp 290 Vera Nicholls 277 Connie Baceda 350; Donnis Fo- cjcr 264; Woolbridqe 753; Bell1 Davis'on 2J3; Nina SmdMhger 246. MARTIN1ZING Dorothy Coolidgs B-tty Paler 302 Mass Goshlnrnon 273 Deena Cramer 2W; Dena Smith 730 Laura Peaks 291; Mel nerty 261 (it'll; Karen Carney 366 May Mahe 245; Vern Nicholls 266 Pal Plomp 3S1 Mary Thomson 2SJ GREEN'S SHOES Al Smilh 2E4 Lou Novak 2BS Bill Koskoski 313 Steve Gangur 29J Darwin Romancnuk 797 Dave Smeed 295 Mar- ian Tolley 270 Sandra Westling 270 Jeanelfe Smeed Z66 May Hiebert 259 Jean Chrislje 359 Phyl Harrison 263 EAGLES LODGE Pick Larson Uo: Geo MalcheM 235; Gary Ward 26J Oscar Ludwig 17S; Norman Miller 213; Jc? Gillell 251; Helen Scrogglo 329, Trends Lai- 228; Mary Moss 228; Willie FRIENDLY LEAGUE Bill Kelly 266; Geo Sailo 55S May 22-1; Linda Kish 300; Pete K'fch :3P; Sandy McKeniie 2H; Keith Hubbard 724; Jim McNeil 225; Les SacKney 222. JUNIOR'S .land Knnlc 3QJ; Jean PaEScy 301 Jenn Conlnx Helen Deal 255; Marg Helmer 242; Belly 157; June Taylor 2-18 Pat Plnmp 2J1; Mary Laiarick 240; Vera Nicholls 233 GQRDIE5 Gary Tunbridge 337 Bert Me- Zei 306; Sieve Pedersen 305 John Rempel 319 Hugh Christie 773 (7131; Ken Larson 291 (79-J1; Roq- cr FMxnauq Ernie Frache JPP; Bill Kcskoiki Alex Palmarcriuck 29-1 Jack Smeed SIMPSON'S-SEARS Tom Prall 320 Jack SCher MB Ed Rnsetli 26-1 ffapuano 234 Lori Rook 265 Anne Scrbu 229; Chris Wil- 237 Belly Dav.-son 227 Vivian Hnaliuk I3i; Audrey Able 236. DOUG'S Vary MihaUk 2B2; Bunny Anderson Allison Wiebe 155, Marg A.'.cKay 2-15; Kii Jones 23B; Sandy Scallerqood W; 235; Irene 235 Flo Nvquisl 331; Vera Nicholls 227. AGT Maureen Vaykovich 339; Roy Vay- kouich 233; Del Homulos 251; Tom Yip 239; Brian Murkln 381; Eleanor Doriqalli 216; Nina Waselennk 273; Linda Aipeslef 214; Rey Nesting 235. CPR LEAGUE Alma Oberq 219; Fay Lowlher 231; Ev Shire 203; Janice Johnson 2-14; John Morris 330; Harvey Schweitzer 33-i, Waugh 278; Doug Young 1.15; Fil Obsrg 237; Orl-jy Cerncy MS. YBC SCHOOLS W.icMn Mac Lean 300; Pnsiey Kim Prindic" Greg Kroko-Jh Frank Greliinger 173; Rick Bar- 2-1; John Wldman Ron Grst- r 231; Gary Uohuis 190, CIVIL SERVICE Mills 330 Len Bailey Enns 269, John Ericsson 310, Bill Cralk ?63, Moore 230; Alice flirt 232; Iris Arch- bold 221; Bev Weibc 249; Earb Epo 2.10; Karlyn SpillPr 223. but s m a c 1 Laguna wasn't seeing it at all. More Lhan anything else that Loltl the stoi? of Monday night's wtorld ligliUvcighl championsliip blood-stained Buchanan smilingly facing a post-bout press conference while an ob- viously unhappy Laguiia refused i appear. Buchanan, who successfully defended for Lhe second time the title he won from Laguna in a disputed fight almost a year ago, could even joke about Lhe punches legally thrown that had brought blood from both eyes and the punches illegally thrown that had battered his kidneys. "I said Buchanan after figb'., "like my mother has given me a beating. I have a terrible sore back." Not even his blackened left eye that began to close in the third round and required 12 stitches to close bothered Bu- chanan. "I didn't think my eye was too said Buchanan. "I was never in trouble at any time. I didn't feel hurt on any occasion." Nevertheless, as soon as the [eft eye was closed, Buchanan responded by opening up, win- ning the next seven rounds. lie was a unanimous winntr, Referee Devlin scoring it 9-6, and Judges Harold Lederman Buchanan 10-5 and 8-G-l .respec- tively. Laguna, who is only 23 but has been fighting for 11 years, had Buchanan's left eye almost closed by the third round and ID the fourth it began to bleed, But, from the fourth through the 10th round, Buchanan made Laguna look like a man Ured his hand and Ihe umpires dc cidcd several players would be heller of[ out o[ sighl each olhcr. "Tlie wind blew me all ove Ihe place early in the gamp, said Singer, who hil Willie May and Chris Speicr with pilches "1 was just trying to throw strikes. It was obvious I wasn' trying lo hit anyone." Nevertheless, Maricha brushed Singer back twice i: Lhe next inning, the [iflli, thei repealed the act with Uie nex batter, Maury Wills, and finally hit Buckner with a fast ball. "I just went out to talk with said Buckner, who had t Dukes (5) BoLwell (5) and Hen d- rlcks, Flchebarren (3) HRs: Del-G. Brnwn Robinson New York .100 101 0 Boslon ooi ooo o 3 i Bahnsen (13-1) and Munson; Sie- bert fli-JOJ Brclt [7) Talum (B) and Fisk. Oakland 000 100 ooo 170 Kansas Cily (mo iao ooo l 4 l Hunler CO-11) Fmcjer (11) and Ten- ace; Fii7morri5 Burgmcior (11) flnd Kirkpfllrick. HR: Chicago .....070 ID3 7 3 Milwaukee 300 000 3 6 1 Johnson HMD) KealeV and Herr- mann; Slalon (9-7) Krausse (7) Bell (fl) and Porler. HRs: Clil-Relchardt (2) (16) Morales FIRST Mlnnesola DID 101 1 T 1 California 102 000 3 R 1 Hamm, fZ 3) Luebber (51, Haydcl in and May (1P-11) and Torborg HR: KHIrbrew SECOND Minnesoia .ODO DM 001-1 5 D California ..000 ODD f 0 Kaal (12-13) and Roof; Murphy IS- IS) end Kushnycr. HR: Washington fit Cleveland, ppd. LEAGUE Ollva, Min Murcer, NY 'd, Bal Olil, KC Win KC Tovar, Win Kaline, Del R. Smilh, Bos AB -JSO 73 H Pet. S6 158 .333 .317 515 7i 159 .307 533 143 .306 -il.i 56 114 .300 595 87 17B .29? 379 M 113 56B BO .294 Home runs; Cash, Delroil, 30; Mel- ton, 29; R. Jackson, Oak- land. 29. Runs balled In: Klllebrew, Mlnneso- la, 110; Bnndo, Oakland, 87; F. Robin- in. Baltimore, 87. Pllchinq U decisions: McNally, Baltimore, 19-4, .626; C. Dobson, Oak- -7SP. NEW 6 and 8 INCH PROPELLER SHAFT ADDERS Avallabli In 6 in. dfi., 38 ft. length 8 in. dia., SO, and 70 ft. length! DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, MAYRATH AUGERS MOVE IT FASTER AND LAS I EH ELRICH TIRE Lift, COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 111 Avf. South ;