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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 21, 1973 PUERTO VALLARTA MEXICO 15 from double occupancy Airfare Calgary Puerto Vallarta return, Accomodatlon, plus many for bookings contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Americans well behind MUIRFIELD, Scotland (API The underdog British team shot to an incredible lead after the first session of the three-day Ryder Cup golf matches Thursday. Rams Bulldogs ready The early lead for the first place in the western conference of the Southern Alberta High School Football League will be determined tonight when the Winston Churchill Bulldogs host the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute Rams at Henderson Stadium. The two clubs currently share top spot in the three- team western conference with 1-0 records while the Catholic Central Cougars are in the cellar at 0-1. The defending champion Rams are fresh from a 46-12 victory over Medicine Hat High while the Bulldogs have gained some valuable con- fidence after crushing the Cougars 35-0 last weekend. Tonight's eight o'clock en- counter should be a dandy with plenty of excitement for all Meanwhile the Cougars will he looking for their first win of the season as they entertain Medicine Hat McCoy Colts at Henderson Stadium Saturday night. The Cougars should have their hands full with the Colts in the eight o'clock tilt. The score was 5Vz points for the Britain-Ireland team to 2Va for the heavily-favored United States team. Brian Barnes and Bernard Gallagher of Scotland paced the British squad. Friday's matches repeat the opening day pattern of four Scotch which the partners hit alternate shots with one another four fourball contest. The contest reaches its cli- max Saturday with 16 singles in match play. The Ryder Cup. donated by an English merchant in 1952 as a symbol of golfing supremacy between the old and new worlds, has been won by the Americans 15 out of 19 times. The British have won only three times. One match was halved. After the British lead on the first day, the atmosphere around this seaside golf course south of Edinburgh was electric. Scots fans, almost unable to believe what was happening, cheered the home teams from green to green. In Thursday's opening four- somes, Jack Nicklaus and Ar- nold Palmer of the U.S. crush- ed Maurice Bembridge and Eddie Polland 6 and 5; Lou Graham and Chi Chi Rodriguez of the U.S. drew with Tony Jacklin and Peter Oosterhuis; Barnes and Gallacher edged Trevino and Billy Casper 1-up; and vet- erans Christy O'Connor and Neil Coles disposed of Ameri- cans Tom Weiskopf and J. C. Snead 3 and 2. Trevino and Homero Blan- cas scored the Americans' only victory in the afternoon four-ball play, taking Coles and O'Connor 2 and 1. OFF AND RUNNING LETHBRIDGE WHOOP-UP DOWNS SEPT. 7-22 ALL NEW FOR FALL FROM Exclusive at Camm's 3110 in Black Imitation Lizard. See too the many other new styles for Fall 73. Complete size range. 0711 In Simulated Brown Crocodile. CAMM'S SHOES 403 5th Street S. The Herald' Sports Lethbridge Office Furniture Ltd. Lower Level 7th St. Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING a a o No decision Wilt Chamberlain is still undecided as to his future in professional basketball. A star with the Los Angeles Lakers of the NBA, Wilt is rumored to be going to San Diego of the ABA as playing coach. The big guy, however, has neither confirmed nor denied the story. BowlEng Scores CAPRI BOWL JUNIOR'S SHOP Mane Barnett 297 Dorothy Sorensen 264, Rose Nunweiler 232, Jen Hegi 239 Grace Van Dyk 246. Eloise Ives 241; Marg Seefried 252 Judy Horlacker 221; Alma Tolley 221; Harriet Nilsson 227; Voldene Dewar 220. GORDIES Jack Jones 314 Roy Kamitomo 309 Sig DObler 271; Jack Smeed 271 Morgan Sparks 279 Ryo Naqata 284 Bob Hamilton 279 Tom Adams 276 Wimp Nakamura 292, Norm Gyulai 291 Steve Gangur 288 John Enckson 307 Bob Thompson 276 SPEEDY'S Jeanette Smeed 303 Lorraine Kirchner 230; Grace Beard 256 Jean Koskoski 248; Betty Beaudry 231; Dianne Wadell 218; Gail Sarka 219, Isabelle Sawchuk 226, Bettty Taylor 218; Irene Chiste 208, Ruth Johnson 209. MORN COFFEE Diane Decaire 249, Rose Cropley 237. Carol Daye 267 Cecile Komonac 259. Sharon Davidson 243, Marg Legge 242. Joan Milton 236. Marg Hamilton 238, Verna Volden 227. Chris Burwash 227. MARTINIZING Bev Hendersen 238. Masa Goshmmon 284 Pat Henderson 243. Karen Holm 255, Pat Leclaire 35S Jean Passey 232, Carolyn Wilde 231. Doreen Wilson 228. Isabelle Bergman 229. Judy Tamayose 222 GREEN'S SHOES Roy Chanda 341 Earl Ar- mour 330 Jerry Areshenko 339 Hugh Christie 305 Lovro Novak 294. Linda Malcomson 301 Grace Beard 282 Dena APPLICATION For Lethbridge Ladies' CURLING CLUB print MlM or tars.) NAME............... HUSBAND'S INITIALS ADDRESS TELEPHONES home..................Business AFTERNOON CURLERS ONLY Choice of days will be given on a first come-first serve basis Preferred days please check. Monday and Thursday............... Tuesday and Friday Babysitting required Return to: LETHBRIDGE CURLING CLUB Mrs. Faye Coleman 1804-8 Ave. A. N. Lethbridge Have you ever curled before- yes no What position Fees are as follows: afternoon Curlers Evening Curlers Subs for Afternoons or evenings Memberships will be accepted between Sept. 24th to Oct. 5th Smith 284 Jean Christie 277 Dianne Violini 326 (711) EAGLES LODGE Joe Gillett 256 Geo Matchett 232 Oscar Ludwig 248. Norm Miller 247. Gary Ward 242. Cyril Barnett 277. Doug McCarthy 246, Connie Gillett 243 Evelyn Groves 238, Kathy Ludwig 231 HOLIDAY BOWL HOLIDAY VILLAGE Janet Smith 207, Helen Brown 234. Alice Gier 211. Lois Aucam 306 Irene Lyne 298 Alice Kobbss 215 Dena Smith 255 Maria Joherty 294 Vi Anderson 228, Jean Mills 250 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Rod Chernos 281 Pat Mihalson 223, Sherry Clark 239, Lorraine Dorchak 207, George Siegl 224 Don McDawll 254, Alex Szentes 231 Keith Adamson 214, Randy Hislop 230, Ken Deensdon 247. VASA LODGE Will Ness 271. Hjalmar Nelson 263, Jerry Larson 234 Lil Hegland 228, Gus Hegland 221. Peggy Zalesak 218 Doug Hegland 215. Arvid Oseen 214 Ann Airy 213. Linda Zarrnbon. TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED Phyllis Peterson 223, Dave Miller 253 Lauraine Miller 264, Jack Tremblay 249 Ehas Sawilla 253 Albert Belle 235, Nona Kirby 299 Bob Lauze 256. G. Will 223, Ro- mam Villeneoue 246 TUESDAY COFFEE LEAGUE Maud Patterson 205. Janet Heilman 203, Bernice Hay 230 Mary Potvm 233, Clemente Beaulieu 234. Mabel Wiggill 214, Gaila Pedersen '211, Mabel McLaughlm 271 Irene Marcinho. 197. Eleanor Holboyo 192. BENDIX Robert Kempenaar 284, Brenda Duce 247, Garth Barr 230, Ed Stanko 241, Peter Michalovsky 227, Dave Hewitt 234. Betty Royle 220 Expos slide to third spot Mets charge for top ASSOCIATED PRESS Somebody up here likes New York Mets. Or doesn't like Pittsburgh Pirates. Or both. "You've got to believe that someone is watching over says Met infielder Wayne Garrett. Garrett and the rest of the Mets are more convinced than ever that there's a division title, at the very least, in their immediate future after Thurs- day night's 4-3, 13-inning vic- tory over the Pirates. The win boosted New York into second place in the furious National League East baseball race. Only three games separate the first five teams with just over one week to go. The Mets are one-half game back of the front-running Pi- rates. The third-place Montreal Expos, 5-4, losers to Chicago Cubs, are one game behind. St. Louis Cardinals, who dropped a 6-5 decision to Philadelphia Phillies, are in fourth place, IVfe games off the pace. The Cubs are three back. DODGERS WIN San Francisco Giants dumped Cincinnati Reds 7-5 and Los Angeles Dodgers beat Atlanta Braves 5-3 in 12 in- nings in other National League games. Dave Cash put Pittsburgh on top 3-2 with a run-scoring double in the top of the ninth and reliever Ramon Her- nandez faced light-hitting Duffy Dyer with two out and a man on second in the New York half of the inning. Dyer, who hadn't driven in a run since July 10, surprised everyone by drilling a double off the left-field wall to send the game into overtime. "We can't lose said Dyer. "When things like this happen, when you can win a close game like this, nothing is going to stop us from winn- ing the pennant." The Mets have been getting the good bounces lately but the one they got in the top of the 13th may never be topped. Richie Zisk was on first with two down when Dave Augustine drove a Ray Sadecki pitch deep to left field. The ball hit on the top corner of the Pittsburgh bullpen fence, inches from be- ing a homer, and rebounded directly into the glove of out- fielder Cleon Jones. ZISK OUT AT HOME Jones relayed the ball to Garrett who fired to catcher Ron Hodges in time to nail Zisk sliding home. The deflated Pirates suc- cumbed quickly in the last of the 13th. John Milner and Ken Boswell drew walks and one out later Hodges got the winn- ing run home with an opposite- field single to left off Pirate ace reliever Dave Guisti. The Mets have now taken three of four games from Pittsburgh and the series concludes tonight. Pittsburgh has 11 games left, Montreal and Chicago have 10 each and New York and St. Louis have nine apiece. The Expos staggered through their fourth straight loss. They outhit Chicago 13-7 but threw the game away with three errors and three wild pitches. Rick Monday was the big gun for Chicago, collecting three base hits and scoring three times. The three-game winning streak had Cub Manager Whitey Lockman talking to himself. Opening Soon in College Mall 'BOND STREET5 featuring Firth Clothes CHRYSLER UAS1KSVSHM Will car leasing save you money? We've got the straight facts: Phone ROY MclNTOSH at 328-9271 Nowl Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. Corner of 3rd Ave. end 11th St. S. Phone 328-9271 "Are we still in it? Sure we're still in said Lockman. "Did anyone hear me say 'We give Ever have one of those days when absolutely nothing goes right? Thursday was that kind of day for Detroit Tigers. It wasn't bad enough that they were bombed 9-0 by Baltimore Orioles, or that they managed just five hits off Jim Palmer while the Orioles collected 15 hits off various Detroit pitchers. But to add insult to injury, the Birds stole five cluding a steal of the first three innings. To top things off, pinch- hitter Frank Howard hit into a triple play in the fifth inning to kill the only threat the Tigers could mount. In other Ameracan League baseball games Thursday Anight, Minnesota Twins swept Oakland A's 4-3 and 54 in a twi-night Kan- sas City Royals pounded Chicago White Sox 10-3, and California Angels 'slit a double-header with -Texas Rangers, winning the first game 6-4 in 11 innings Before dropping the nightcap. 8-3. Willie Mays ball era is drawing to a close NEW YORK (AP) As it must for all men, age has caught up with Willie Mays. At a news conference Thursday, Mays announced he will end his playing career at the conclusion of this season. "You just can't play at 42 the way you did at he said. At 20, Mays was a fleet centre fielder who often out- ran fly balls and set a stan- dard of fielding and hitting that has rarely been matched. At 42, he has struggled through his final season, troubled by a series of nagging injuries and limping along with a .211 batting average. "I've had a love affair with said Mays. It was an affair that started on the sandlots of Fairfield, Ala., developed in baseball's Negro Leagues at Birmingham and flourished in the majors with the Giants in New York and San Francisco and finally was allowed to taper off gracefully 1 for the last two seasons with New York Mets. "I thought I'd be crying Mays told a packed Shea Stadium news conference. "Maybe I'll cry tomorrow or the next day, but not today. I've got too many friends in this room to feel sad." Last chance ready to go The Last Chance, best-ball, golf tournament gets un- derway Saturday at Henderson Lake. Co-sponsored by CHEC Radio the tourney is a 36-hole medal play event with flights decided by lowest handicap of team. In past years the tourney followed a format where at least one member of the team must have a handicap of 10 or more, such is not the case this year. Gross and net prizes will be awarded in each flight as well as individual gross and net prizes. a.m. R. Ully-R. Guzzi; M. Tobo-M. Duda. a.m. J. Simon-O. Reidelhuber; P. MatiSZ-L. Pahulje. 9.29 a.m. N. Tajin-S. Takeyasu, A. Murrell. D. Roadhouse. 9'36 a.m D. Jones-B. Stirling; T. Ito-J. Gillett. 9.43 a.m. B. Ponech-E. Ferguson; M Nelson-P. Adderson a.m. A. Rowntree-L. Colwill; J. Freel-G Smith a.m. D. Brown-A. Takasaki; C. Stroh-M. Mills. 10-04 a.m. H. Brown-B. Richard- son B Williams-K Bright. a.m STARTER'S TIME. 1018 a.m. D. Allen-B. Taylor; Al Peterson-L. Gray. a.m. J. Shuya-B. Robson; T Smith-B. Traber. a.m. R. Bruchet-A. Neudorf; D. Kjeldgaard-C. Irvine. am. B. Snowden-A. Thiessen; P. O'Connor-J. Bodnaruk. 10.46 a.m. S Kami-G. Fleming; G. Nyhof-T. Jarvie. a.m. R. Teramura-T. Tomiyama; G. Jones-B. Huddiestone. a.m. J. Stotz-R. Woohscroft; R. Andrews-T. Bogusky 11.07am E. Mihahk-B. Lewko-T. Coutts. 11.14 a.m. T. Filuk-D. Gowlland, 0 Rempel-D Bennett. a.m. STARTER'S TIME. 11-28 a m. R Bruneau-J. Reid; S Slavich-N. Onofrychuk. 11-35 a nv G. Carpente'-G. Robinson; H. Cox-V. Hembroff a.m. G. Komanac-P. Katona; J. Lee-H. Koch. 1149 a.m. B. Henderson-B Babki, B. Ponech-J. Scotter. 11.56 a.m. R. Becker-M. Crumley; G. Higa-K. Seaman. p.m. J.Whitlaw-B Carrier; D Harker-A. Kenwood. p.m. W. Woo-A. Oshiro, V. Toth-A. DeGraaf. 12.17 p.m. P. Morley-L. Steel; S. Smerek-L. Kramer. 12.24 p.m. D. Whittaker-H. Cullen. J. Hutchmson-B. Nillson. p m K. Roome-J. Paskuski; J. Meszaros-H. Willms. p m. T. Boulton-A Willis; L. Kanewischer-G. Matkin. 12.45 p.m. J. Matkin-A. Phoomph; B. Tucker-D. Rice. 12-52 p.m. B. Kinmburgh-C. Simmonds; G Whigg-D. Connelly 12-59 p m D Havaardsrud-A Hunt, J. Trenton-S. Houston. It is baseball which should be sad. The departure of Mays robs the game of one of its most colorful figures, a classic superstar who could do everything. "No one has the idea he's a said Mays. "When I left Birmingham, I knew I could play basebail. I consider myself a complete ballplayer." The statistics support the man. He has a career .302 bat- ting average. He is third on the all-time home run list with 660, trailing only Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron. His hits are seventh on the all-time list and he holds the same spot on the runs batted in list with 903 for his career. The glory years were with the Giants. Mays came to the Mets in 1972 to play out the string. "We loved said M. Donald Grant, chairman of the board of the Mets. "We felt New York.'s fans loved you and deserved you for the support they gave us through the years." So the Mets sent a bundle of cash and a minor league pitcher to San Franciscp'in ex- change for Mays and! Willie played out his final days in New York, where he had first achieved stardom with the Gi- ants. 1 "They wanted me to end my career in New said Mays. His injuries and his age fi- nally forced Mays' hand. TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE East East W L Pet. GBL W Pittsburgh 75 75 500 Baltimore 90 New York 76 77 .497 Boston 83 Montreal 75 77 .493 1 Detroit 80 St Louis 75 78 .490 1Vz New York 75 Chicago 73 79 480 3 Milwaukee 72 Philadelphia 68 85 444 8V4 Cleveland 67 West West Cincinnati 94 59 614 Oakland 90 Los Angeles 90 64 584 Kansas City 83 San Francisco 84 68 .553 Minnesota 75 Houston 78 77 .503 17 Chicago 74 Atlanta 73 82 .471 22 California 72 San Diego 56 96 .368 37 V4 Texas 62 69 72 78 80 86 63 70 77 79 80 592 .546 526 .490 474 43a .588 .542 .493 .484 .474 7 10 15Vz 18 23 Vi 7 16 36 TODAY'S GAMES Montreal Rogers (9-3) at Chicago Hooton (13-14) Pittsburgh Blass (3-8) at New York Seaver (17-10) St Louis Wise (13-12) at Philadelphia Ruthven (6-9) San Francisco D'Aquisto (0-0) and Barr (11-15) at San Diego Greif (9-16) and Jones (5-5) Cincinnati Billmgham (18-9) at Los Angeles Osteen (16-10) THURSDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 010 000 13 3 Chicago 101 021 7 0 Renko (14-11) Caskey Taylor (8) and Stmson; Jenkins Locker (8) and Hundley HR. Mtl Bailey (25) Cincinnati 202 001 7 0 San Fran 106 000 12 2 Grimsley. Baney (1-1) Nelson Borbon Carroll (8) and Plummer, King Bryant Moffitt Sosa (8) and Sadek, Rader (8) HRs- Cin Foster (2) St. Louis 012 001 10 1 Philadelphia 030 102 12 1 Foster Hrabosky, Segui (7) and Simmons, Ruthven, Dionor Wallace Brandon (2-4) Scarce (7) and Boone. HRs- Boone Luzmski, Pitts 000 100 101 000 7 1 N. York 000 001 011 000 91 Rooker. B Johnson 9. R. Her- nandez 9. McKee 10, Walker 7-12 11, Giusti 13 and Sanguillen, Koosman, Parker 9, Sadecki 5-4 10 and Groie. Hodges 10 HR- 24. All 000 003 000 10 1 LA 010 101 000 12 1 Schueler. Harrison 10-7 11 and Casanova. Dietz 7, Velazquez 9; Dow- ning. Hough 3-2 10 and Ferguson. HRs. 2 14, Lopes 6 Oakland Holtzman (20-12) at Minnesota Corbm (6-5) California Hand (5-6) at Texas Clyde (4-6) Boston Pattm (13-14) at Detroit Lolich (15-14) Chicago Kaat (14-13) at Kansas City Busby (14-15) Baltimore Alexander (10-8) at Milwaukee Champion (57) THURSDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 000 101 390 Kansas City 020 010 10 0 Forster Johnson Frailing (7) and Brmkman, Sphttorff Bird (9) and Martinez. HR. (5) Calif 300 010 000 17 1 Texas 220 000 000 10 1 Singer (19-13) and Stephenson, Stelmazek Sands Goglewski, Merritt (5-12) (5) and Suarez SECOND California 010 000 13 1 Texas 000 350 13 1 Tanana 1-2, Lange 5, Monteagudo 7 and Stelmasek. Stephenson; Dunn- ing 1-8 Foucault 7 and Billings. HR: 25 Baltimore 301 220 15 3 Detroit 000 000 5 4 Palmer (22-8) and Etchebarren; Fryman Miller Strahler Ignasiak (9) and Freehan Didier (9) FIRST Oakland 000 010 5 2 Minn 011 010 8 0 Odcrn (5-12) and Fosse, Hands. Campbell (3-1) (7) and Mitterwald. HR. 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