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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBR1DGE HERAID Saturday, September 18, 1971------- on- smashes 45th homer Lum's bat tames faltering Dodgers Tly TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mike Lum made his loud noises with his bat in Los An- geles lire reverberations reached all the way lo San Francisco. L u m exploded two home runs out of spacious Dodger Stadium as Atlanta Braves heal Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 in 1] innings Friday night aid lifted the pennant chances of San FrancisM Giants in the National League West. The Los Angeles loss, cou- pled with San Francisco's 7-5 triumph over San Diego, boosleri the Giants' lead to two games over the second-place Dodgers. "This should pick us said San Francisco manager Char- lie Fox. "I hope this can turn us around." said San Francisco ratclicr Dick Dietz. WIN DESPITE ERRORS Along with padding San Francisco's shaky lead, (he night's events also must have given the Giants a psychologi- cal shot in the arm. They made five errors and still managed to win. The- Dodgers, mean- while, squandered several op- portunities to nail A 11 a n I a while Lum smashed his game- lying homer in the ninth and game-breaker in the llth. N'ew York Mets whipped the Eastern Division-leading Pitts- burgh Pirates 3-0 and second- place St. Louis Cardinals trimmed the leaders' margin to o'r games with a 7-2 triumph over Montreal Expos in other top National League contests Friday night. Elsewhere. Chicago Cubs clowned Philadelphia Phillies -I-.1 and Houston Astros trim- med Cincinnati Reds 4-1. The Dodgers had a 2-1 lead and were two outs away from irinning when Lum connected off reliever Jim Brewer in the ninth. lie then cracked his 13lh homer of the season off Hoyt Wilhelm in the llth to send the Dodgers down to their third straight defeat. The Dodgers had men on first and second with none out in the ninth and couldn't score, had the bases loaded in the 10th and weren't able to cash in and rmildn'f, move a runner around from first in Ihe llth. Meanwhile, there doesn't tn be enough time for De- troit Tigers, who played Fri- day night's rtoubleheader against Baltimore Orioles as if they still had a chance to catch the front-running Orioles in the American league East race. The Tigers swept the clouble- header 9-4 and 5-3 and now trail the Birds by six gaines. But the Tigers have only 10 Darts PITY i n 'L.C' re- A f s Trenllni A and H..... Blacker L.C....., FourniG- Miners...... Hawcrih Legion Orr Miners Trebor A and N Hackeit Elks Hirsl Elks......... Lukenrja Miners... SlndMnger L.C....... Halaend Legion....., Linnlnq Legion games Elks Tues games remaining and Balvi- orc's magic number remains eight. Elsewhere in I. h e American League Friday night, New York Yankees swept a double- header from Cleveland Indians 1-0 and 7-1, Boston Red Sox bombed Washington Senators 10-7, Chicago Wbite Sox took California Angels 9-4, Kansas City Royals nipped Minnesota Twins 2-1 mid Oakland Ath- letics defeated Milwaukee Brewers fi-5 in 11 innings. The Tigers reached into their bullpen to stymie the Orioles. Detroit used relief specialists Tom Timincrman and Fred Scherman BS starters and the move paid off thanks to the Stewart isn't relaxing MOSPORT. Out. (CP> One might espect that Scotsman Jackie Stewart, having already clinched the world auto racing championship, might relax just a bit when he contests the Grand Prix of Canada here Sun- day. Stewart has won five of the nine Formula I races so far this bats of Mickey Stanley and Dick McAuliffe. Stanley drove hi five runs- three of them with a the first game as Tinurcrman, making only his secc'Jd major league start, bested Dave Mc- Nally, who was bidding for liis 20th victory. In the nightcap, Scherman, making his first start after 66 relief appearances, was tagged for homers by Frank Robinson and Dave Johnson But Mc- Auliffe cracked a de-breaking homer in the seventh and: the Tigers completed the sweep. Oakland, which has wrapped up the West, used Tommy Davis1 pinch single in the nth inning to beat Milwaukee. The Athletics had tied the game in the eighth on Mike He- gan's single after the Brewers and jumped to a 4 0 lead against Vida Blue- Blue, 6-5 since the all star break, failed for the fourth straight time trying for his 24th victory. Fritz Peterson threw a two- hitter and Felipe Alou's single drove in the game's only run as tlie Yankees beat Cleveland's Sam McDowell in first game of their donbleheader. New York c o m p 1 e t e d the sweep on Stan Bahsen's four- hitter in the nightcap. Bahnsen had a two-run single in his vic- tory and catcher Thurman M u n s o n homered for the Yanks. Kansas City's Mike Iledlund won his 15th game with a sev- en-h i 11 e r as Kansas City checked Minnesota. Paul Schall's two out single in the sixth snapped a scoreless tie and then Fred Patek's RBI-sin- gle in the seventh delivered the deciding run. Leo Cafdenas homered for the Twins. Hamilton blanks Si. Mary's 2-0 Another shutout was regis- tered in Junior High School Soccer League action as Ham- ilton blanked St. Mary's 2-0. Dwayne Larson and Teddy Patterson booted in the lone goals. Rick R o i c h a r d t's homer paced a 14-hit Chicago attack and Bart Johnson struck out a career-high of 12 as the White Sox trimmed1 the California Angels. "Every White Sox start- er drove in one run. Boston bunched home runs by Rico Pefrocelli, Re.sr.gie Smith and Carlton Fisk in a five-nm sixth inning that help- ed the Red Sox beat Washing- ton, Smith also had two dou- bles and three RBI for the Sox. Lund grabs second spot. Canadian cowboys shine PENDLETON, Orcm (AP) Canadian cowboys Kenny Mc- Lean and Ivan Dairies were tied for first place in the sad- dle-bronc riding going into the final day today of tho 1971 McLean, of Okanagan Falls, B.C., and Daines, ol Innisfail, Alia., both had 70 points in the event, leading Geno Erickson of Prescott, Ariz., by one point. Final competition in six rid- ing and roping events will be held today. With today's steer roping lie final competition this year on the circuit, the re- sults will determine who quali- LETHBRIDGE 5 PIN BOWLING LEAGUE MEETING SUNDAY, SEPT. 19th 8 p.m. PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL BRIDGE ROOM REFRESHMENTS WILt BE SERVED YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED ties for the Ilodeo Cowboys As- sociation National champion- ships in Oklahoma City. Troy Fort, of Lovlngton, N.M., was first In the event Friday with a time of 17.0 sec- onds. In bulldogging, Darwin Lunc1 o f Taber, came secono Salem, Ore. Friday In 8.6 seconds. Woody Bell of Fallen, Nev, was first in C.3 seconds. John Dodds of Ponofca, Alta., topped the brahma bull-Tiding wilh 72 points, four up on MyrUs Diglitman of I'ex., and Monte Condon of year and is well ahead in ENERSON MOTORS APPOINTMENT PHYtllS THOMPSON F. S. President of Enerson Motors announces the appointment of Phyllis Thompson Director of Pub- lic Relations and Advertising for Enorson's Pontiac Buick, Mrs. Thompson offended fhc University of Calgary and has previous experience in education and public rela- tions. points, but there's one factor be- sides the prize money that's pushing him to win the Canadian event. Stewart, you see, has never won a race on the hilly, twisting 2.45-mUe Mosport track 45 miles northeast of Toronto. "There's something that itches me about never having won a race on a parlicular track and that's bow I look fll Mosport Sunday.'' said Stewart. He led both the 19W Grand Prix here and the 1970 at Le Circuit near Mont Tremblant. j Que., but both times failed to finish. ALONE IN FinST But now with his .second world championship in hand, Stewart leaves the remainder of the 24- car field Sunday fighting for second place in the world stand- ings. The Formula I jeries has one more event, at Watkins Glen, N.Y., Oct. 3 There are 13 drivel's behind Stewart in standings with a mathematical chance o! being the runner-up and all are as- sured of starting positions Sun- day. Points go to the first six fin- ishers. Tlw winner gets nine and the others, in order, get sis, [our, three, two and one. Heading the charge behind Stewart is Ronnie Peterson ol Sweden who has driven a March-Ford in amassing 23 points in the still a long way behind the Scot's 51. In third place is Jacky Ickx of Belgium, winner of the last two Canadian events, with 19 points in a Itcylinder Ferrari. Francois Covert of France, Stewart's mate on the Tyrell racing team, has 16 points as has Emerson Fitzpaldi of Brazil in a Lotus 72. FIELD INTERNATIONAL Joe Siffert of Switzerland in a BUM P160, Mario Andretti of the United States and Clay Rc- gazzoni of Switzerland in Ferra- ris and Reine VVisell of Sweden in a Loins 72 wore among the other top contenders. Team McLaren, which domi- nates the Canadian.American Challenge Cup road race series, is represented here by Denis Hulme of New Zealand and Mark Donohuo of the United States in their McLnren MI9A machine powered by Ford V-Rs. George Eaton of Toronto was attempting to qualify in a BUM. It would be his first Grand Prix appearance this year, since he has devoted himself to the United States Auto Club scries. Qualifyhig started Friday and continued today with Sunday's race scheduled to start at I p.m. EDT Tho race goes DO laps for 1M.7 miles. C4PR1 BOWL Irena Karlfl I3S; Chlslr 315: Warg Smllti 93? Gracfl Bcnrd m: Jpnn Chrislit 240 Marl Pnofrycfiuk 227; BeuMn Fabbl 2.W; Ann Todd SIMPSON SEARS Alifft Hcynen JA.I; Vlvlfln Dobbin Hnnliuk 3U; Cflrn Wyro- MiA 221, W'1'.fin J2.1; Cumin llnonli 7J1, l-'d Rosfitti Srtm 71.1; .lim Vontier Zca 146; John Thompson Jii, Facts prove it skidoo Better overall We want you lo look at Ski-Doo early this year (or a very good reason. We want people who really know their snowmobiles lo get a good long look at Ski-Doo 72 before snow comes. You see, the longer you look at Ski-Doo "72, the more good reasons you find lor buying it. Good reasons like the Rolax nngme that's designed specifically winter, so it starts even at 40 below. Keeps on going thanks TO a neat-dissipating alu- minium alloy block, aluminium pistons and special cooling fins. Keeps going strong thanks lo a balanced governor, clutch and drive assembly that give you the right torque at any speed. Then there's steering. Elficient steering that' carves tight turns. Ball joint steering for less play. Choice of bogies or track-flattening slide suspension and a super-lough cab. These are jusr a few of Ihe many, many reasons why Ski-Doo '72 has more going for you. And this is the season when dealer has plenty of time to giveiyou all the cold hard facts. The season when the pros choose their snowmobiles. See them now! I.M. Bombardier L BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avenue South LETHBRIDGE, Alberta ANDERSON SUPPLY LTD. Box 158 WARNER Alberta ;