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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta April 10, LETHBHIDUt IJ Padres9 owner unhappy By THE CANADIAN PRESS A change of owners at San Diego has done little so far to improve the results on the field, but it has worked wonders at the turnstiles. Owner Ray Kroc criticized his Padres before fans Tuesday night when they were in the midst of being dumped 9-5 in their National League home opener by Houston Astros. Elsewhere in NL, Atlanta Braves were shelled by Los Angeles Dodgers 9-2, Cincinnati Reds defeated the previously unbeaten San Francisco Giants 6-3, and Chicago Cubs finally opened their season by blanking Philadelphia Phillies 2-0. The Montreal Expos-Pitts- burgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals-New York Mets games were postponed by bad weather. Kroc grabbed the public-ad- dress microphone with the Padres trailing 9-2 in the eighth inning. "Ladies and gentlemen, I suffer with he told the second-largest crowd in San Diego's history He was interrupted when a naked man jumped out of the stands and dashed across the field. "Get that streaker out of him in snapped Kroc. After commenting on the fiize of the crowd, he added- "I've never seen such stupid baseball playing in my The winless Padres then scored three runs in the eighth, but lost their fourth consecutive game. Cesar Cedeno drove in four runs and Larry Dierker held San Diego to six hits and two runs in seven innings. Cedeno doubled home a run in the first inning and singled home two more in the second lo help give Dierker a quick 6- 0 lead The star outfielder also had a run-scoring single in the eighth. Meanwhile, Houston mauled Steve Arlm, Ralph Garcia, Rich Troedson, Joe Mclntosh, Jim McAndrew and Mike Corkins for 15 hits. San Diego pitchers have allowed 34 runs in the team's four defeats. With Hank Aaron, the game's all-time home-run king, sitting it out following Monday night's historic 715th homer, the Braves were no match for Los Angeles Rookie Rowland Office took Aaron's place in the outfield and managed a single in four trips against Don Sutton and Mike Marshall, who held the Braves to seven hits, including Dave Johnson's first home ri'i of the season. Joe Morgan's tie-breaking single with two out in the sixth inning helped Cincinnati beat San Francisco Cesar Geronimo opened the inning with a triple off Tom Bradley, but Cincinnati pitcher Jack Billingham and Pete Rose struck out before Morgan came through. Geronimo drove in one insurance run in the ninth with a sacrifice fly and a bunt single by relief pitcher Pedro Borbon brought home the other one. After having their first two scheduled games postponed in Montreal, the Cubs came home and defeated the Phillies behind Bill Bonham's four-hit, nine strikeout pitching. It was his first major league shutout. Bonham held the Phillies hitless until pitcher Ron Schueler's one-out single in the sixth The Cubs scored both their runs in the first inning on a walk. Rick Monday's double and errors by Schueler and first baseman Willie Montanez AMDVCAPP North All-Stars win, 200 attend banquet Mothballs were the order of the day today following Tuesday night's all star game and awards banquet to close out the Southern Alberta Juvenile League season. The North All-Stars edged the South squad 5-4 in the game itself while better than 200 were on hand for the banquet that followed. In the game itself Gordon Flaterud of High River Imperials went out in a blaze of glory as he scored four times for the North, including the winner at of the final period. Glen McCallum chipped in with a single. Bob Miles paced the South with two goals, with solo markers going to Ken Bond of the Lethbridge Warriors and John McKee of Claresholm Clippers. Miles played for the league champion Lethbridge Elks. The South outshot the North 28-22 while taking six of 10 minor penalties. Cougars rebound, Toros' lead is 2-0 Honored Tuesday The Southern Alberta Juvenile League wrapped up the 1973-74 season Tuesday with an all-star game and awards banquet. The winners are, front left to right, Mike Boychuk and Ron Schlaht. Second row, left to right, Greg Osberg, Terry Kress and John 'McKee. Third row, left to right, Allan Pason. Bob Quinell and Randy Lowe. Back, left to right, David McKee, Glen McCallum, Bruce Anderson and Bob McKee. Dominion mixed final for locals Word was received Tuesday that Lethbridge will be the site of the 1976 Canadian mixed curling championships. Tom Henderson, Lethbridge representative for the Canadian Curling Association, made the announcement Tuesday that the Lethbridge Curling Club will play host to the Seagram sponsored Dominion final in March of 1976 Final dates have not been set said Henderson. "We have been after a Canadian final for sometime and now we have said Henderson. It is the policy of the Canadian association to announce sites two years in advance. The 1975 final will be held in the east. Gas City wins at Foremost Five teams took part in a recent Midget hockey tournament in Foremost with Medicine Hat Elks emerging with the title with a record of three wins against one loss. Lethbridge Nationals, Colts and Ti-Cats joined Foremost Flames as the other teams in the event. The Nationals and Flames tied for second with marks of two wins, one tie and one loss. Each team played two games each day. Saturday the Elks edged Foremost 8-7 and then downed the Ti-Cats 11-8; Flames came back to down the Colts 6-2; the Nationals trimmed the Ti- Cats 6-3 and then got past the Colts 6-4. Sunday the Flames blasted the Ti-Cats 12-0, the Colts edged Medicine Hat 4-2; Foremost and the Nationals tied 4-4; the Colts got past the Ti-Cats 4-3 and the Elks belted the Nationals 12-7. Individual awards went to Kevin Baranyi of the Ti-Cats as top netminder; Terry Bartman of the Elks as the best forward and Marty Jurgens of the Flames as top defenceman. Yankees display streak of a different brand By The CANADIAN PRESS Fans in Tiger Stadium seem to have the impression that streaking is something you do with your clothes off. New York Yankees showed them a different way Tuesday. While one nude man swung from the Scoreboard in centre field and another scampered across the outfield without his pants, the Yankees extended a streak of their own with a 3-0 victory over the Tigers. The victory was the fourth in as many contests for New York, marking the first time since 1945 the team has gone unbeaten in the baseball season's opening four games. Elsewhere in the American League, Minnesota Twins de- feated Chicago White Sox 3-1, Oakland Athletics clipped Kansas City Royals 6-4 and Texas Rangers bombed California Angels 10-2. The Milwaukee Brewers- Cleveland Indians and Balti- more Orioles-Boston Red Sox games were postponed by bad weather. LOLICH LOSES AGAIN A trio of Yankee pitchers held the Tigers to just eight hits while pitching ace Mickey Lolich was being handed his second loss in two starts this season. A crowd of 44.047 braved 38- degree temperatures to watch the Tigers' home opener. A man running naked up and down the steps in the centre field bleachers started the streaking. Then others joined the act, including the score- board acrobat and one other who just took his clothes off and sat in his seat. Gary Sutherland was the only Tiger player to excite the hometown fans, stroking four hits, including a double. Lou Piniella's first-inning single drove in two runs for the Yankees and they added a run in the seventh on Roy White's double and Elliott Maddox' single. Steve Kline, Fred Beene and Sparky Lyle pitched for the winners. Rod Carew backed a strong pitching performance by Bert Blyleven with two singles, two stolen bases and two runs scored in Minnesota's victory over Chicago. In eight innings, Blyleven scattered seven hits and struck out 10, but tired in the ninth and gave way to reliever Bill Campbell. Mixed bonspiel all set The curtain will ring down on the 1973-74 curling season this weekend at the Lethbridge Curling Club. Set for Thursday, Friday. Saturday and Sunday at the rink is the annual mixed with 64 rinks from parts of Southern taking part in the 'OW I'M ID CARftY ALL THIS 'OME ON MY OWN, IHEALLY DON'T WHAT'S IT MISSUS? bonspiel various Alberta event. Prizes in four events are up for grabs. Events include the number one Southern Stationers, number two Sick's Brewery, number three Seeman's Jewellery and the number four Jay Signs. Finals in ihe four-day bonspiel are set for three Sunday after- noon. Following is the opening draw- nil 7 p.m. Packard. Lethbridge vs Oikawa, Picture Suite, Virostek. Lethbridge vs Rutherford. Calgary, Bob Lagler, Lethbridge vs Josephison. Sylvan Lake, Greene. Lethbridge vs Breckmridge, Calgary, Lyon, Pmcher Creek vs Barrow, Picture Butte. Petit, Lethbridge vs Bert NMsson, Warner. Dumont, Lelhbndge vs Brecka. Picture Butte, Davis Lethbridge vs Setter, Calgary. Forry Lethbridge vs Cook, Medicine Hat, Rolick. Medicine Hat vs Nate. Calgary I'lll It'll) U. II.IH. Lennon. Lethbridge vs Douglas. Sylvan Lake; Pilling. Lethbridge vs Dakm. Calgary; Tarnava, Lethbndge vs Nordeau, Calgary; Edwards. Lelhbndge vs Dancer. Calgary, Tillotson. Lethbridge vs Zimmerman Magrath, Strachan. Lethbndge vs Darling. Calgary. Gotzitza, Lethbridge vs Luchia, Nobleford, Morrison. Lethbridge vs Jensen. Shaughnessy, MacDonald, Lethbridge vs Reach, Fort Macleod. Lewko. Lethbndge vs Hohm Maarath I MI. Mensinger Lethbridge vs Leo Bourassa, Fort Macleod Bzdell. Lethbridge vs Gaults. Coutts. Gorne, Lethbridge vs Smith. Coaldale, J NMsson. Lethbridge vs Heimele. Calgary, Alt Lagler, Lethbndge vs Cunningham. Calgary. Storehouse, Lethbridge vs Baszuk, Fernie, Moskaluk, Lelhbndge vs Dench, Calgary: Seeman Lethbndge vs Kula. Picture Butte Krokosh, Lelhbndge vs Kyle Edmonton, Kurtz. Lethbridge vs Hirsche, Wrentham i mno ii ir, Coaker, Lethbridge vs H Bourassa, Fort Macleod. Stephens. Lethbridge vs Stewart, Calgary Stamps sign two players CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampeders announced Tuesday the signings of import offensive guard Geary Murdock and Canadian defensive tackle Barry Mclntyre with the Western Football Conference team. Murdork, a six-foot-two inch, 250 pound graduate of Iowa State University, was an I7th-round draft choice of Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League in 1973 and was one of the team's last cuts. Larry Hisle added the third run in the sixth inning with his first homer of the season to help hand Wilbur Wood his second defeat in as many starts. Athletics 6 Royals 4 Joe Rudi's third double of the game came with two outs in the ninth inning, driving in two runs and giving Oakland its triumph over Kansas City. With the bases loaded. Rudi hit the first pitch from reliever Lindy McDaniel to right field Rangers 10 Angels 2 California's Nolan Ryan walked the first three batters in the second inning. Joe Lovitto then knocked in two with a double and Rich Billings walked before Dave Nelson and Toby Harrah delivered run-scoring singles to knock out Ryan Reliever Skip Lockwood re- placed Ryan and managed to strike out Alex Johnson, but Jelf Burroughs powered a grand-slam home run over the fence in left-centre field to highlight the nine-run Texas outburst THE CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Toros strengthened their lead in the World Hockey Association Eastern Division quarter-finals Tuesday night but New England Whalers slipped a notch The Toros added a goal to Tom Martin's three for a 4-3 victory over Cleveland Crusa- ders and a 2-0 edge in their best-of-seven series. And the Cougars scored five unanswered first-period goals at Chicago to whip New England 8-6 and reduce the Whalers' margin to 2-1. In Western Division quarter finals tonight, Minnesota Fighting Saints visit Edmonton Oilers in their bid to stretch their 2-0 margin and Houston Aeros hope to increase their 1-0 lead over ihe Jets at Winnipeg. Centre Wayne Carleton as- sisted on all three of Martin's goals and scored the fourth be- fore spectators at To- ronto. Paul Andrea. Ron Ward and Tom Edur replied for the Crusaders. PEPPER CHEEVERS Cleveland goaltender Gerry Cheevers faced 44 shots com- pared with 27 on Gil Gratton of Toronto. Crusaders defenceman Wayne Hillman and Toronto winger Bob Leduc received match misconducts for a stick-swinging incident in the third period Leduc apologized after the game for his outburst against Hillman. "I really didn't mean to hit him with my he said. "He slashed my arm first and I wheeled around and caught him with my stick." Power-play goals by Don Gordon and Joe Hardy early in the first period sparked Chicago's surge. The other Cougar marksmen were Rosaire Paiement, Jan Popiel, Bob Liddington with two. Bob Sicinski and Jim Watson Mike Byers, Don Blackburn. John Cunniff and John French scored in the second period for the Whalers and Tim Sheehy produced a pair in the third. 200 enter road race road The biggest 10-mile race in Canada? That's what is shaping up for Good Friday here in Lethbridge At present, and word has it the entry list has been cut off, more than 200 people will take part in the one-day affair. It is the first of what is hoped will become an annual affair. And as far as the biggest in Canada? Well, there are some that are longer but not nearly with the number of entrants to boast about. The race, open to male and female, young and old, is set to get under way at two o'clock Friday from the Community College. Racers are to be at the starting line as close to as possible. From the LCC the race will follow Scenic Drive to 6th Avenue South. Racers will then follow the route of the new 6th Avenue bridge to Indian Battle Park. From the Park it is over the bridge cross country to the Universi- ty of Lethbridge and the finish line. Runners from Edmonton. Calgary, Saskatoon as well as a number of track teams in Southern Alberta will join with local entrants in the race. Meanwhile, the Governor's trophy emblematic of the league championship, was presented to the Lethbridge Elks for the second year in succession by C. Jarvis Miller, secretary manager o! the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association. The Elks also picked up the silverware as champions of the south division while the north honors went to Vulcan Blazers. The irophies were awarded by J.m Hildebrand and Pete I.ev.'KO respectively Individually. Ron Schlaht of the Vulcan carted off four trophies The starry young forward was the league's lop scorer as well as the leader in his division. As well, he was selected the besi forward in the north and most valuable player. Schlaht wds the onh multiple winner for the 1973-74 season as the siherware was well spread around. In the south, the leading scorer was John McKee of Claresholm while the most gentlemanly player award went to Bob Quinell of the Lethbridge Top netminding honors in the south went to Dave McKee 01 Claresholm while Randv Lowe of the Warriors was named top ric-lenceman Terry Kress of Vauxhall was the south's best forward while Mike of the Elk> earned his club its only as he a> voied most valuable After Schldht gut finished in the north ihei but thrc-f pieces of .-.ilvtrware left and they went to Glen McCallum of Vulcan, most gentlemanly player, Pasolh. best goalie and Greg Osberg ol Okotoks, top deitnceman Respective All-Siar coaches were Bruce Anderson of ihe North am! 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