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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD April 11, 1973 Six games postponed by rain Royals celebrate new park By THE ASSOCIATED Manager Mauch of Mon- treal Expos said Tuesday there was "nothing funny about los- but the Expos, along with Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres and Texas Rangers, provided some com- ical displays ot futility in major league babeball The Expos lost to Phila- delphia Phillies 7-5, the Padres beaten u-2 by San Fran- cisco Giants, the Dodgers dropped a 4-3 decision to Hous- ton Astros and the Rangers were whipped 12-1 by Kansas City Royals. In the only other game played, California Angels de- feated Minnesota Twins 4-2. Six o.her games were post- poned by a combination of snow and cold at Chicago, Baltimore at Detroit and Boston at Milwaukee ia the American League and Chicago at Pittsburgh, Cincinnati at At- lanta and New York at St. Louis in the National The Expos pulled their com- edy act in the third inning when the Phillies scored four ruiu, three of them unearned. It started innocently enough with walks to Mike Ryan and Denny Doyle and Steve Carl- ton's run-scoring single. But centre fielder Jorge Roque threw the ball past third base, Doyle also scored and Carlton reached second. BAILEY HAS TROUBLE He didn't stop there, contin- uing on to third when catcher John Boccabella let third base- man Bob Bailey's throw get through for another error. Carl- ton stayed put on Larry Bowa's infield hit but scored when Bailey fielded Cesar Tovar's grounder and fired wildly to the plate. Deron Johnson's sacrifice fly completed the riotous kaung and Willie Montanez put the panic out of reach with a two- run homer in ths filth. The Expos hit Carlton hard, including a home run by Hal Brceden and a couple of dou- bles, but the damage was done. "When you get up four or five runs off Carlton, you hope they'll stand up." said Mauch. San Diego's pitching vas funny enough in the first inning when the Giants used Ed Good- son's bases-loaded triple and Juan Marichal's two-run double to score six times. The fielders got into the act in the second when the Giants added a run on shortstop Enzo Hernandez' throwing error and the rest of the infield brought the house down in the seventh. With two runners aboard via singles, first baseman Nate Col- bert, second baseman Dave Roberts and third baseman Dave Hilton booted successive SPORT ground balls for a couple of runs and Bobby Bonds followed with a two-run single. In a manner reminiscent of their old Brooklyn days, the Dodgers ran into three outs on the basepaths and finally, lost to Houston when rookie relief pitcher Jim Crawford drilled a two-out double off ex-Astro George Culver in his first time at bat in the major leagues to score John Edwards from first base. "I was just hoping to hit the ball said Craw- ford, a 22-year-old left-hander out of Arizona State University. The Rangers' mound staff helped dedicate Kansas City's new million stadium by pitching batting practice for the Royals' including a two-run homer and two-run single by John Mayberry, doubles by Amos Otis, Fred Patek, Cookie Rojas and Keith Marshall and a triple by Otis. ANDY CAPP Save Up To 25% Fiesta Pre-Pasted Vinyl Coated Scrubbable WALLPAPER Good quality vinyl coated Ings at a prica you can't offord to miss. Excellent itock of op-fo-date pat- terns for every room in your home Sold in double rolls only. Reg. 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STOHIS j IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE AmESULAR DEPARTMENT STORE v A 70S IN THE SHIPYARD College rodeo this Saturday The second annual College Indoor Rodeo is slated for the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion this Saturday, commencing at 7 p.m. Sponsored by the Lethbridge Community College Rodeo Club, a member of the Cana- dian Intercollegiate Rodeo As- sociation, the rodeo will feature the five major rodeo events as well as gal's barrel racing and goat tying. The gals will also be able to display their talents in the cow riding event especially for them. Team roping and the al- ways entertaining wild cow race will also be a part of the show. One of the biggest events of the year at the college, the ro- deo is the third of the 1973 sea- son. The University of Alberta and the Vermilion College were the hosts of the first two shows this year. Evert Morton of the LCC won th.3 bull ndirg at the Vermilion rodeo and two University of Lethbridge com petitors, Mary Lynn Brown and Oscar Walters showed extremely well at both rodeos. Would coach for nothing Dedeaux's salary minimal Mary Lynn won the barrel racing at Vermilion and placed in the goat tying at both shows. Oscar placed in the saddle bronc and bull riding at both rodeos. Competitors r e p r e senting such universities and colleges as Mount Royal, SAIT and NAIT, University of Saskatch- ewan, University of Alberta, Ked Deer College, University of Calgary and Olds as well as the two Lethbridge entries will be in competition here. The closing date for entries is Thursday at 6 p m. The CIRA retains 10 per cent of the entry fee paid by the competitors and the remainder of the fees are split for prize money with the winner getting 40 per cent, second 30 per cent and third 20 per cent. There is no added money to the entry fees. It is shaping up to be a color- ful, exciting evening of rodeo action. The general public is more than welcome along with the students from the LCC and the U of L. LOS ANGELES (AP) For only a dollar a year, the story goes, Rod Dedeaux will coach a baseball team. The truth of the matter is that he'd do it for nothing. Raoul (Rod) Dedeaux sat on the splintered bench at Univer- sity of Southern California's old Bovard Field and laughted heartily at bis reported salary. "It probably doesn't greatly exceed that. This is a private university and I've never dis- cussed a salary. It's a nundinal amount. "I won't say one dollar a year but I will say I'm the only em- ployee of the university who can cash his pay check on the Vermont Avenue bus However, after more than three decades as coach of the Trojans, he's getting a bonus. Ground has been broken for De- deaux Field, a stadium seating and costing about Dedeaux is 58 and he has no thought of leaving coaching to younger people. 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