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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETMBKID06 HERAIO Friday, Sdpltmbor 2Z, 1972 Tigers trounce Red Sox o Champagne to Pirates first THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rtr.lnks and one bottle of dr-v red Pittsburgh Pirates played hard ail season and Thursday night it was time la pop off. So they popped off the tops of champagne bottles, n few soft wine. The Pirates were celebrating after winning the National League East litle for the tlilrd straight year. They beat New Yorl; Mels 5-2 ami Iho victory was welcome relief for a team that had lost four of its last five games. More champagne went for showers than for thirst in Ine Pittsburgh dressing room. Win- ning pitcher Stove Blass had AlVUY LOWERE I ME RETIRIN' AGE WHAT D'YER THINK OF EMPLOYERS V 'I'LL TELL VER.' CAST VER sMINO BACK TWENTY f OR DID NOT SWEAR TO ME VErR JOB WAS You would think so Double vision? KALE1GH, N.C. (AP) A couple of North Carolina State freshmen football play- ers have the opposition seeing double. Dave and Don Buckley, Identical twins from Akron, Ohio, have developed into a prize, package after only two varsity games. Dave, a quarterback, scored one touchdown, passed for another and set up a third with a 57-yard run in the 43- 20 victory over Syracuse last week. He was named Atlantic Coast Conference offensive player of the week and re- ceived honorable mention for national collegiate honors. Two of Dave's pass com- pletions at Stale have been to Crier Jones feels lucky EOBINSON, 111. fAP) Grier Jones shrugged off his live-under-par 66, good enough for the first-round lead in the Robinson fall golf clas sic. "Things just kind of fell inli he said Thursday. "Really, I'm not playing a well as I the 26-year-ol, Jones said after his effort on the rain-drenched, Crawford County Country Clul course. Jones, who scored his firs tour victory in the Hawaiian Open earlier this season, held one-stroke lead over Hale Ir win, Larry Ziegler and rooki Dave Glenz, tied at 67 in th chase for a first prize. Don, a wide receiver. The 18- vear-olds weigh only 155 pounds each. Don said that on the way ;rom Ohio to begin school "we made a goal that if pos- sible we would like to make the travelling squad our first year." "They've done better than I said State coach Lou Holtz, almost as young- looking as the twins. "We arc very fortunate to have gollen them." SEPARATION TOUGH Dave and Don look and talk so much alike that their team -mates and some coaches can't tell them apart. They take the same courses, room together, eat together and often date together, but don't date the same girl. Said Don. "That doesn't work out. It presents prob- lems." At Akron Kenmore High School, Dave completed 31 touchdown passes, 13 of them to Don. "It's harder to tell us apa on the football field because we're built said Don "We looked even more aliki when we were small. One da; we were playing with a and I pulled the dog's chain The dog bit Dave." Both wear contacts, bu Dave often wears regula glasses off the field, mosll to help others distinguish be- tween them. One sister, Carolyn "prayed hard one night tha God would bring her Iwi brothers." "Now when she gets .ma at Dave said, "we ri mind her, 'You prayed fo us.1 Tivo seek share of top spot Lcthbridge Collegialo Tnsti- :e Rams and Winston Church- Bulldogs will continue their rsuit of the Catholic Central ugars in Southern Alberta gh School Football League lion this evening. Rams and Bulldogs, meeting r the first time this season, .11 tangle at Henderson Park eight o'clock in a battle for share of top spot in the six- ain league. Cougars, defending league lampions, will have a chance gain the top rung back Sat- evening wlien they play sst to Medicine Hat High :hool at eight at Henderson. Both the Rams and Bulldogs ave 1-1 records thus far this ear. Bolli have lost to the ougars. The Rams dropped eir season opener by. a base- all score 4-3 as the Cougars cored on the last play of the a me. Bulldogs, on the other and, let the CCHS club get way from them in the second alf for a 21-11 setback. The vo clubs are anxious for an- :her crack at- the Cougars but nust settle differences between hemselves. Meanwhile, in the Foothills Football Conference tonight I ilk River Ridge Riders travel o Raymond to meet the Corn- Is. Saturday the Picture Bulte Ilks, the defending champions, re at Coaldale to meet the ipartans while Claresholm Co- iras entertain the Vulcan itiigars. Nanton Knights host Irgh River Mustangs Monday ivening. Coaldale and Raymond are unbeaten in the east division of the 10-team league while Claresholm and Vulcan have yet to lose in two outings In '.he west. some poured down his pants; manager Bill Virdon got a champagne shampoo; and the rest of the players joined in the pennant party with drinks, mu- sic and laughter. Elsewhere Thursday, Phila- delphia Phillies beat St. Louis Cardinals 3-1 in the only other National League game. In the American League, Detroit Tr gers thumped Boston Red Sox 10-3, Milwaukee Brewers downed New York Yankees 6-1 and California Angels topped Kansas City Royals 4-2. Into the fun at New York but not the bubbly, was pitcher Bruce Kison, who nursed a soft drink. He said he'd rather not have a reoccurrence of last year's parly when he didn't handle his champagne too well. "Winning a division title is the hardest thing to do because it lakes FO long to do Vir- don said. "Of course, harder on the players than it is on me, but it's still a long sea- son for everybody." Blass, the pitcher who won the final game of the World Series last fall against Balti- more Orioles, was in the thick of things again Thursday night. He gave up seven hits and not- ched his 18th victory. The Pirates scored five runs in llie third inning, the big blow a two-run single by Richie Heb- ner. Rusty Staub drove in one New York run in the fourth with a single, and Ed Kranc- pool's grounder scored the other run In the fifth. But Blass ignored the weather and 15-to-25 mile-an-hour winds and controlled the game the WARRIORS IN TROUBLE Joe Comeau, West- minster Salmonbellies' goalie, takes Brian Wilson's shot on the shoulder. The Salmonbellies thrashed Brentford 20-9 Thursday night 1o lake a 3-0 lead in the Mann Cup senior Canadian lacrosse championship. Tho defending champs, are faced wilh winning Four straight games to retain their title. (CP rest of the way. The clincher Thursday night was the earliest of the three ti- tles for the Pirates. In 1970. they won on Sept. 27 and in 1971, they won on Sept. 22. COSTLY ERROR Philadelphia scored two runs In the eighth on a three-base error by St. Louis first-base- man Ted Simmons. The runs broke a 1-1 tie. Bob Boone hom- ered for Philadelphia. Detroit blasted Boston for four runs in the first and tliird innings, three nms coming on a single by winning pitcher Joe Coleman, 18-13. The Boston loss cuts its lead in the AL East to less than one percentage point; Rookies shine for new clubs to Detroit's .5448. Boston started rookie Mike Strike out was a hit DELAWARE, Ohio (CP) Strike Out set a world record n the second heat Thursday as le became the first wholly Cana- dian-owned winner of the Little Brown Jug at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. The son of IMS Jug winner Brel Hanover, driven by Keith Waples of Coldwater, Ont., won in straight heals, clinching the victory by pacing the mile in one minute 56 3-5 seconds, a world mark for a three-year-old on a half-mile track. The previous record of was set by Ilia sire in 1965. Strike Out, owned by Bob ard Conrad Shapiro of Montreal and John Hayes Sr. of Boams- ville, Ont., had won the opening heat in 1-5. Garman, who lasted just one- third of an inning and was hit for three runs. "I had to said man- ager Eddie Kasko. "I had no choice. "I wanted to start a right- hander and I had three left. Garman had looked good in re- lief." Johnny Briggs hit a homer, double and single and drove in three runs for the Brewers. The loss was the fifth in six games for New York. Bernie Allen homered for the Yankees. Bob Oliver hit a homer and triple to lead California Kansas City. MONTH END USED CAR BARGAINS 1965 PONT1AC 2-DR. ltd. Radio. Blue. Reg. SPECIAL 1966 METEOR R1DEAU 4 door, red. 6. radio. Reg. SPECIAL 1969 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 4-DR. Black. Rea. SPECIAl 1970 DODGE POLARA 4 door. Reef. radio. Reg. 41777 SPECIAL........ 1970 DODGE CORONET 4 door, while. 6, radio. Reg. 41077 SPECIAL........ Til 1971 BUICK CENTURION 2-DR. Air conditioned. Reg. SPECIAL 1970 FORD TORINO 2-DR. 5 429 4 speed, bucket seats. Reg. SPECIAL 1970 DODGE 4 DOOR POURA CUSTOM R. Blue and white. Reg. SPECIAt 1971 METEOR RIDEAU 4 door, gold. rodio. Reg. S3B95 SPECIAL ___ 1964 DODGE W300 POWER WAGON Needs tome work. EXTRA SPECIAL 1968 DODGE D100 TON TURQ. ONLY S1177 1972 I.H.C. TON 1000 miles. Reg. SPECIAL WE ACCEPT GRAIN IN TRADE! King Chrysler Dodge 3rd AVE. and 11th ST. SO. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-9271 Dependable USED CARS By THE CANADIAN PRESS Jacques Richard and Steve Shutt, lu'gh choices in the 1972 junior hockey draft, are start- ing to pay early dividends. Shutt, Montreal Canadiens' No. 1 draft scored twice at Mon- treal to lead the Canadiens 4-2 Thursday over Boston Bruins while Richard was notching his 'irst in pro company at Sud- aury, Ont, as Atlanta Flames edged Minnesota North Stars 3- 2 in National Hockey League exhibition games. Elsewhere, American-born Henry Boucha tallied the win- ner at Port Huron, Mich., as Detroit Red Wings nipped Philadelphia Flyers 4-3, Buffalo Sabres handed California Golden Seals their third straight pre-season loss, 3-2, and New York Rangers ripped St. Louis Blues 6-2 at flint, Mich. Shutt's first goal, early in the third period, triggered a tliree- goal Montreal rally. Jacques Lemaire and Randy Rota were the oilier Canadiens' scorers in a lineup that included only nine regulars from last year's team. Garnet Bailey and Greg Sheppard scored for the Stanley Cup champion Bruins who had only seven regulars dressed. Richard, first choice of the Flames in their initial NHL season, scored in Atlanta's first confrontation with an ex- lablished club on veteran goal- tender Gump Worsley. Defenceman Randy Mannery got the winner on a power play NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. Gilles Gilbert with Westminster Stars' Doug Mohns in the pen- Salmonbellies tlirashed Brant- ford Warriors 20-9 Thursday night, to take a 3-0 lead in the Mann Cup senior Canadian La- crosse final. The defending champion Warriors have yet to win a game in the best-of-seven sc- des and now are faced with the prospect of winning lha next four straight If they still hope to take the cup. back home again. The ares In front after less than five minutes but the Seals made them play catch-up hockey on goals by Tim Jacobs and Pete Laframboise. The Rangers scored five ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES in the first period en to their win over St. Carr, Bobby Neilson, Pete goals route Louis. Gene Rousseau, Jim Stemkowskl, Dale Rolfe and rookie Steve Vickers were the New York scorers. Wayne Mer- rick and Garry Unger replied for the Blues. over East club in trouble NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh Chicago New York St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia Cincinnati istcn Angeles Atlanta San Francisco San Dngo W L Pet. GBL 91 il .632 79 65 .WV 1? 74 67 .517 70 76 .479 n 60 78 .455 54 90 .575 37 55 .618 43 .559 6V 67 .535 12 TJ .-565 22 82 .434 26', 88 .JfiO 34 ally box to break a 1-1 tie. Gerry Byers was the Minnesota corcr. Leon Locheforl, Al Karlander and Hick McCann supplied the other Detroit goals. Bill Cle- ment, Don Saleski and Larry Wright produced for the Flyers, three pre-season fourth game will be played here Saturday night. ing the Parnell a crowd of checr- weslecncrs on, Paul and Larry Henry scored four goals each to lead the 'Bellies, while Ray Bennie scored three times and helped set up two others. Al Lewth- wnilc, Ken Winzoski, Terry Gallagher goals and each scored were credited two with two assists. Other New West- minster goals were added by Dave Matheson, Wayne Goss and Jim Giles. wtnless starts. Philadelphia also services of captain lost Ed the Van Impe in the second period when a shot by Detroit's Larry John- ston struck him on the cheek during a Red Wing power play. The Flyers' captain was taken to hospital and later flown to Philadelphia for further treat- ment of possible fractures to the check or jawbone. The Seals continued their record of losing by one goal, centre Don Luce scoring twice in the third period to provide Buffalo's margin. California now has lost three contests by one goal. Randy Wyrozub put the Sa- coach needed The Letbbridfie Athletic Asso- ciation is without a coach for the Y's Men Native Sons Jun- ior B hockey tccun. A. replace- ment is needed for .Tim Millan, last year's coach, who cannot fill the position due to other commitments. The Sons will toil in the Central Alberta Jun- ior B League this year and any individuals who feel thev are capable oE coaching a Junior hockey team are asked to con- tact Art Campbell at 327-0601 for further information Meanwhile there still remains some confusion concerning the Athletic Association and the Lrethbridge Minor Hock- ey Association. This year, both groups ore joining forces in the operation of the city's minor hockey pro- gram. The L.A.A. will handle Ihe administration of the "B" rep teams and the L.M.H.A. will handle the administration of the "A" rep teams and the regular house league. All hoys wishing to play hockey will, however, register with the L.M.H.A. as this body will govern the acti- vities for both groups. Mass practices for the Bar- tam "B" Moores Imperials, and the Midget "B" Lethoridge cons will commence on Monday, September 25, at p.m. for the Bantams and p.m. for the Midgets. Both practices are at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre and are open to all In- terested boys who are requested to bring their own equipment. Junior B practices are slated for Monday, Tuesday, and Wed- nesday, starting at p.m. at THURSDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh 155 MO Mfr- 6 13 Mew York .CM 110 COS- 2 7 (18-7) end Way; Genlry (7-10) Sadeck! (3) (i) SrYom (B) and Philadelphia DOT DM ISO- 51 Sf. Louis MO 000 1 5 3 Twllchell Scarce L Pet. GBL 65 .5451 63 '.531 2 6? .521 3VS 80 .452 64 .411 S3 .594 63 .55? 5 69 .514 IH'i 7? .493 14W 76 .472 LEAGUE LEADERS B. Williams, Chi All Cedeno, Hou S31 Garr, Afl 500 A. Oliver, Pgti 536 Brock, StL S83 Santo, Cnr 43? VYalson, Hou S'O Rose Cln Stargetl, Pgh Home runsr San Diego; Bench, Cincinnati, Starqcll, Pittsburgh, Pilchrng decislcnsr Nolan, tin- cfnnall, Carlton. Phila- R H per. E3 B? ,335 59 133 ,328 101 170 .326 62 145 .324 80 169 .315 78 184 ,313 6? 137 .312 70 161 W IBS .30S 142 .305 THURSDAY'S RESULTS 'ew York 000 OOQ B 0 Mlwaukec 020 OW i 7 1 Kekicli (1-13) Beene (3) Gowell (i) (8) and Bell (4-1) San- ers (B> and Rodriguei, HRs: i (IBt. lelroll......401 COO H fl oston 100 3W 7 2 Colernsn MS-IS) ant] Freehan; Gar- lan (M) Curtis (1) Newhauwr til 'alum [7) and Flsk, Wonrgomery iansaj Clfy SW 000 4 1 alifornJa 01013D U 1 Nelson Dal Canton (7) end and Sfeplnen- on. HR: Col Oliver (20) delphia, Runs baHed [n: fisnch, CmcmnalL PENNANT RACE W L Pel. OBLTP 7B W Delroit ......79 Baltimore 77 67 .531 New YwK 75 69 -521 Beaton Home (6> Del roll, Sept 22, !J, 24, Milwaukee, Sept. 76, 27 Kansas Clly, Sepl.28 Away a Baltimore, Sept. 30 Oct. 1 Da Ircit, Oct. 2, 3, 4. Delroit (B> New York Sept. 27, 18, Milwaukee, Sept. 29, 30 Od. 1 Boston, Oct. 1, 3, 4; Away (Sl- ut Boston, Sept. 17, .23, 24. Baltlmws Home (5) Cleveland Sept. U, 27, Boston, 30, Oct 1; Away (4) at Milwaukee, Sepl. 23 14 at Cleveland, Oct. a New York Home (51 Cleveland Sept. 30, Oct. 1, ftrVtfwaufcM. Od. 2, 3 4; Away al Cleveland, Sept. 11 23, 24 at Detroit, Sept. 27 28. LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Carew, 144 .312 Pfnlella, KC.....S31 62 165 .311 Rudl, Oak.......558 90 173 .310 D. Allen, ChT .....492 SB 152 .359 Schelnblum, KC ..424 58 131 ,309 Flak, Dos ......419 7; 106 .301 C. May Chi.....-iQJ 7? IW .196 Berry, Cal 38 112 .396 Otis, KC 145 .294 Mayberry, KC M 136 .292 Home runs: D. Alfen, 3Aj Murcer, New Yorh, 29. Runs baited !n: D. Atten, 106; May. berry, Kansas City, 95. Pitching 14 decisions: Hunter, Oak- md, 20-7 ,741; Odom, 14-5, .737. CANADIAN LEAGUE EASTERN CONFERENCE L T F A Til OUawa 520 151 U7 10 Hamilton 5 3 0 1S1 W 10 Montreal 3 4 0 HI 162 6 Toronto 1 7 0 124 >49 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A PH. Winnipeg 6 2 0 2J2 134 1? Edmonton A 0110187 12 SasV: A3 01S5138 12 Calgary 740 124 189 4 B c 270 129 235 4 "SHOEMAKERS TO CANADA'S BEST DRESSED MEN" Prairie Buffalo BROGUE Now In B and D widths, Sizes a 10 Just new 6 Tnch DRESSY BOOT in beautiful toft grained PAMPAS GAZEUE. ONLY AT CAMM'S 403 5th St. S. SHOES Henderson Lake and are also open to everyone. A special in- vitation is extended to the Jun- ior College and University (A Lefhbridge to attend the Junior practices. Lethbridge Pee Wee Mar- lands will workout Saturday af- ternoon at and again fiun- day at tho same time at Hen- derson Ice Centre. First year ?ee Wee players or any hoy of Pec Wee age and new in the city, is asked to be at Henderson Ice Centre Sun- day at for a praclice. A final reminder gops out lo all hoys planning to play in the Lcthbridge Minor Hockey association this year. Saturday is the final day of registration. The entry deadline is noon. Registrations will lie taken from nine until noon Saturday morning at Henderson. Available in 6 in. tlia., 3B ft. length 8 in. tfia., and 70 ft. lengths OOIUD im DOUAR, MAYJUTH AUGERS MOVE IT FASTER AMD Will. COMPLETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 401, HI Avt. South Phone OT W-4445 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;