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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April zu, Texas gives Fergie plenty of support "It takes the right kind of body, the right kind of arm and the right kind of mental approach." Ferguson Jenkins said of the requirements needed to be a successful workhorse pitcher. The Chatham. Ont.. native forgot to mention the right kind of support. He's getting plenty in Texas, and the refugee from Chicago Cubs couldn't be happier. "Never in baseball have I had 10 runs in back-to-back games." said the 30-year-old right-hander, who protected a Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Marg. Malheson 270, Lois Houll 26B. Beth Leffingwell 247, Marilyn Heaton 228. Linda Erlendson 217, Eva Benis 215. Sheila Schikowsky Knicks have new outlook THE CANADIAN PRESS New York Knicks, led by Walt Frazier. returned home today with an entirely different outlook in their National Basketball Association playoff showdown with Boston Celtics. "This was a must game for us and now we're right back in it." Frazier said after scoring 38 points' in the Knicks' 103-100 victory Friday night in Boston. After being blazed 113-88 and 111-99 in the first two games of the best-of-seven series, the Knicks built a commanding lead and then withstood a furious Boston finish. The teams return to Madison Square Garden for the fourth game in the Eastern Division final Sunday afternoon. In the other NBA semi-final. Milwaukee Bucks beat Chicago Bulls 113-111 Friday to take a 2-0 lead in the series going into the third game today at Milwaukee. In the American Basketball Association. New York and Kentucky play their fourth semi-final series tonight with New York holding a 3-0 lead. At Chicago, the Bulls rallied from a 20-point third-quarter deficit and nearly on despite a second successive sub-par performance by Bob Love. Love blames most of his problems on an injured bicep on his shooting arm. 209. Karen Taylor 209. Sandra Bradley 215. Marilyn Bergman 215. JUNIORS SHOP Janet Archer 293.. Leah Geila 266 Joan SudQ 270. Marg. Seelried 260 Nancy Gajdostik 266. Jen Hegi 275 Eloise Ives 279 Dorothy Sorensen 322 Mert Dually 288. Helen Weets 289 Frances Bambrick 274 GORDIES MEN Ken Larson 350 (907) Francis Higa 330 Bob Taylor 341 Jack Smeed 312 Dave Smeed 317 Mike TobO 332 Wimp Nakamura 303 Roy Kamitomo 297 Bruno Baceda 268 Morgan Sparks 326 John Wildman 296 Norm Gyulai 297 SPEEDY'S LADIES Doreen Wilson 245 Jean Christie 283 Evelyn Jesse 248. Betty Taylor 300 Elsie Adam 256. Marg Smith 338 Jean Koskoski 262 Edith Voth 283 Shirley Alexander .298 Helen Cavers 239 Gail Sarka 239 WEDNESDAY MORNING Betty Martin 273. Marg Legge 248, Lorraine Boyden 247. Donnis Foder 255. Eltrieda Wiens 288. Cheryl Flem- ing 296 Diane Holfeld 25b. Jenny Smits 261. Kathy Craiggs 244. Shirley Hertlein 247. ONE HOUR MARTINIZING Karen Carney 276 Carolyn Wilde 280 Arlene Niemi 270 Mary Negrey 286. Judy Tamayose 276 Leone Wolosyn 272, Marg Belliveau 263. Masa Goshinmon 268 Lynne Lengyel 256 Guila Bunnage 251. GREEN'S SHOES Dave Smeed 317 Fred Smeed 281 Sid Pollock 295 Roy Chanda 276 Jerry Anshenko 278 Norm Tolley 272 Lew Mills 281 Lovra Novak 281 Eleanor Dorigatti 318 Dianne Violini 309 Phyl Harrison 293 Dorothy Sorenson 265 Cec Beaudry 277 EAGLES LODGE Andy Kryemski 278 Rick Larson 249 Cyril Barnett 248. Doug McCarthy 262. Kathy Ludwig 292 Helen Weets 243. Ron Bota 271. Marie Barnett 220. Ev Groves 234. HOLIDAY BOWL COMMERCIAL MEN'S Bert Mezei 325 Ken Larson 338 Ed Rossetti 309 Tino Luvale 296 Keith Robin 290: Jim Kato 291: Bill Braun 294 Rollie Jalbert 286. Ralph Guzzi 284: Steve Mezei 282 Ernie Frache 281. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Phil Legge 273 Dallas Nesbitt 247 Frank Donate 253 Leona Donate 240 Larry Barton 270; Debbie Barton 231; Dick Wells 225; Connie Severtson 228. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MONDAY, April 22 p.m. HOTTEST TAG TEAM COMBINATION EVER! THE STOMPER BIG JOHN QUINN v> THE KIWIS GIRLSI BETTY NICCOLI vs JEAN ANTONE LITTLE BEAR vs LANE 5 Big Bouts Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV ARE YOU THIS MAN OR WOMAN? CAREER SALES OPPORTUNITY: Would you like to earn to a year (and more) as a sales- person? Are you frustrated and at a dead end with your present employment? BUILD YOUR FUTURE in the area where you now live. No overnight travel required. We offer a comprehen- sive training programme. You will receive excellent fringe benefits. There is an excellent opportunity for rapid advancement. We are one of Canada's Major Financial Service .Or- ganizations with sensational new products, sales tech- niques, training methods and management opportun- ities. OUR PROGRESS IS UNPRECEDENTED. QUALIFICATIONS 1. Have sound judgment. 2. Be unprejudiced. 3. Have the ability to make a decision. 4. Desire to attain wealth. 5. Understand that we may become wealthy while be- ing honest. 6. Be fair with others as well as oneseit. 7. Be prepared to follow our proven sales system ex- actly. 8. Sales experience preferred but not essential. 9. Be in a position to spend 2 days (or weekend) to gather the necessary information on our business. TAKE FIVE MINUTES to investigate this CHALLENG- ING, SATISFYING and REWARDING CAREER. Call Mr. Lange 252-3007, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturdays. Minimum age 21. one-run lead for five innings Friday night until the Rangers got him eight more in the eighth inning, pounding Minnesota Twins 10-2. The Rangers carried home to a 10- 2 victory over Oakland last Sunday. In Friday's other American League games, Boston Red Sox beat Cleveland Indians 6- 3. Baltimore Orioles defeated New York Yankees 5-3, Oakland As whipped California Angels 5-1 and Chicago White Sox edged Kansas City Royals 5-4. Rangers 10 Twins 2 Jim Fregosi's first home run of the season, a tie- breaking shot in the third inning off Bill Hands, put Jenkins on top and he held on until Eric Sundberg's two-run triple off Tom Burgmeier and Elex Johnson's' two run single off Dan Fife. Jenkins, 3-1, then cruised to his fourth straight complete game, the first pitcher to do it for this team since Tom Cheney achieved the feat in 1963. when the club called Washington its home. "There are some good hitters on this Jenkins said. "They won't be shut out many times." Red Sox 6 Indians 3 Bernie Carbo's two-run homer in the first inning, a three-run third and some missed Cleveland opportunities carried Boston past the Indians. Charlie Spikes, Buddy Bell and George Hendrick homered for Cleveland's three runs, but the Indians failed to capitalize on a big chance in the fifth -inning, when they trailed 5-2. Frank Duffy, John Lowenstein and Angel Hermoso all singled but the next three batters failed to bring them home. Orioles 5 Yankees 3 Two-run homers by Tommy Davis and Al Bumbry and a solo shot by Mark Belanger gave Baltimore the firepower at the plate and pitcher Bob Reynolds kept the Yankees from reciprocating. Ross Grimsley had allowed only an unearned run before Graig Nettles hit his seventh homer of the season in the seventh inning. A single by Jim Mason and two walks loaded the bases before Reynolds came in and retired Thurman Munson on a foul pop. As 5 Angels 1 Reggie Jackson hit his sev- enth homer of the season, tying Nettles for the major league lead, and Jim (Catfish) Hunter muffled California on seven hits in the As' victory. Jackson, who has driven in a major league-leading 21 runs in 12 games, hit a two-run shot in the third inning. But by that time the As had all the runs they needed. They got two in the first when Bert Campaneris was safe on an er- ror, stole second, went to. third on a single by Bill North and scored on a sacrifice fly by Sal Bando. North then stole second and scored on a double by Joe Rudi. White Sox 5 Royals 4 Bruce Dal Can ton's wildness in the sixth inning gave Chicago its victory over the Royals. He replaced Kansas City starter Marty Pattin at the start of the bottom of the sixth inning with the game tied 4-4 and got the first two outs. Then he walked Dick Allen, gave up a single to Bill Melton and walked Ken Henderson and Ron Santo to force home the White Sox" winning run. Pee Wee lacrosse players working themselves into shape on the hill beside the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Free meal for issuing no walks ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitch for Danny Ozark and you'll never go hungry if you're around the plate, that is. The Philadelphia Phillies' manager rewards pitchers with free meals if they don't walk a batter while completing a baseball game. Jim Lonborg won the latest meal ticket while beating Chicago Cubs 9- 2 Friday night. 1' I know that a professional doesn't need incentive, but the meal makes you said Lonborg. "It forces you to put the hitter on the spot where he has to hit you.'" While going to 3-2 counts on hitters, Lonborg had food as well as baseball on his mind. "I thought to myself, 'I can't walk this guy or I'll lose the dinners.' I love to eat aid so does my wife. It was an interesting second thought." While issuing no walks, Lonborg struck out three batters and gave up seven hits to win his first game of the season after a loss. Elsewhere in the National League, Houston Astros beat Atlanta Braves 8-2, Cincinnati Reds defeated San Diego Padres 8-4; Montreal Expos nipped St. Louis Cardinals 5-4 and San Francisco Giants turned back Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4. Rain washed out a game between Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Mets. Dave Cash made Lonborg's job easier with four runs batted in, including two in a five- run fourth inning. The Cubs took a 1-0" lead in the second on Jose Cardenal's second home run of the season. The Phillies tied it in the third on Mike Schmidt's home run. The Phillies broke the game open with their fourth inning rally off losing pitcher Bill Bonham. Astros 8 Braves 2 Houston's Tommy Helms hit a two run homer in the fourth inning and the Astros exploded for three more runs in the sixth to beat Allan ta. The Braves took a 2-0 lead in the second inning when Hank Aaron singled, Dusty Baker doubled and Johnny Dates drove them both home with a double off first baseman Lee May's glove. Reds 8 Padres 4 Dave Concepcion drove in three runs and Tony Perez clouted a home run, leading Cincinnati over San Diego. Expos 5 Cardinals 4 Ken Singleton hit a two run double and rookie Barry Foote slugged a home run to power Montreal to its victory over St. Louis. Foote's lead-off homer in the sixth inning off St. Louis starter John Curtis, 1-1, gave the Expos a 5-1 lead they needed to withstand a three run Cardinal rally in the seventh inning and extended their streak. Giants 5 Dodgers 4 Chris Speier's bases loaded single highlighted a four-run seventh inning that carried San Francisco over Los Angeles despite Don Sutton's one hit pitching for six innings. Junior lacrosse team is in need of a coach Lacrosse, the game many believe to be Canada's national sport, is continuing to grow in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. Now entering its fifth year of existence in the south, the game is fast outgrowing its current supply of people willing to help. The locals have been under the wing of the Alberta Major Lacrosse Association for all five of their years and this year is hopeful of yet another banner year. In its first two years of operation, thanks a great deal to the efforts of Dave Smith, the Lethbridge Lacrosse Association consisted of a juvenile team to help supply players to the then-junior Native Sons. In just three years the junior and juvenile team became two pee wee teams, a pair of bantam teams as well as a midget team to compliment the juniors and juveniles. Taber and Coaldale, with the hlep of the Lethbridge association, now have pee wee, bantam and juvenile teams in each town as well as the highly-successful Taber Ebony Haws, a senior team. More expansion is inevitable. Plans are already being made to expand the association to accomodate for the increased number of young boys wishing to play. Bristol Rovers promoted LONDON" (Reuters Bristol Rovers made certain of promotion from the Third Division of the English League when they drew 0-0 at Southend in soccer action Friday. The Rovers, under pressure for most of tne game, had to thank their stout defence for the point which assured them of Second Division play- especially in the minor ranks. A defineite lack of interest is being shown in the Native Sons future. The team itself is in need of five or six more players, for which tryouts are currently in progress. But the big need facing the Sons, is a coach. Any person interested, experienced or not, in helping the junior lacrosse Sons this year, is asked to contact Phil Legge. The junior program is the backbone of the entire lacrosse association and must have help. Legge can be contacted at 838-12th Street North or by phoning 329-3458 after six o'clock. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL Montreal Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago New York Pittsburgh East W 5 2 2 West ...9 ...8 8 7 5 3 Pet. GBL .875 .667 .571 .556 .200 .182 Pel. GBL .667 .600 .545 1 538 1 ,364 3 .333 31; 1'.- Let W I PrebCi prepare your recreation vehicle (or the holiday season: Short Sport AUSSIE WINS PARIS (AP) Kevin Brook of Australia, driving Elmira, won the Arc En Ciel harness race Thursday in competition for the world championship. Joe Marsh of the United States, who leads the standings, placed second with Elsika. Gilles Gendron of Montreal was sixth and last with Elite des Authieux. IHL INVITED DETROIT (AP) The International Hockey League has been invited for the first time to compete in Izvestia Cup matches in Moscow in December, league president Bill Beagan said Thursday. He said the IHL entry likely will be an all-star team drawn from the league's nine clubs. Los Angeles.....9 4 .692 Houston........8 6 .571 San Francisco ..8 6 .571 1'-i Atlanta....... 7 7 .500 2'2 Cincinnati 5 6 455 3 San Diego..... 3 11 .214 6''i NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 010 000 7 1 Phil. 001 500 10 2 Bonham Hutson Kremmel (8) and Mitlerwald. Lonborg (1-1) and Boone. HR: Phila Schmidt Pittsburgh at New York. ppd.. rain. San Diego 000 000 10 2 Cm. 200 000 9 2 Jones Romo Garcia (8) and Kendall: Billingham Borbon (9) and Bench. HR: Cin Perez Montreal 003 011 11 1 St..Louis 010 000 6 1 Taylor (7) and Foote: Curtis (1-2) Garman Pena Richert (9) and Simmons. HRs: SL McBride (2) Atlanta 020 000 7 3 Houston 000 213 12 C Niekro Capra Aker (8) and Dates: Roberts (2-2) and M. May. HR: Helms Sar Fran "000 001 2 0 Los Angeles 000 021 6 1 Caldwell Barr Moffitt (9) and Rader: Sutlon Marshall Brewer (9) and Ferguson. HR: WORLD HOCKEY LEAGUE Wetl Divisional temi-linal Series E W L F Minnesota...... 1 0 5 Houston....... 0 1 4 Series F W L F Toronto 1 0 6 Chicago........ 0 1 4 .615 .583 .583 .545 .333 .273 A Pts 4 2 5 0 A Pts 4 2 6 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Milwaukee.....6 3 Baltimore..... 6 4 Boston........ 6 5 New York 7 6 Detroit ,.....4 7 Cleveland 4 8 Weal Calitornia......8 5 Oakland........ 7 5 Texas......... 7 5 Minnesota..... 6 5 Kansas City 3 6 Chicago........ 3 8 FRIDAY'S RESULTS AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleve. 000 110 8 3 Boston 203 000 8 0 Tidrow Timmerman Upshaw (7) and Duncan: Cleveland Drago (7) and Didier. HRs: Cle Spikes Bell Hendnck Bos Carbo New York 100 000 9 0 Bait. 000 220 Olx-5 6 2 Kline Beene (7) and Munson: Grimsley (2-1) Reynolds (7) Jackson (8) and Williams. HRs: Ball Bumbry Belanger (7) Minn 010 000 7 3 Texas 101 000 13 2 Jenkins Bergmeier Fife (8) and Sundberg; Hands (0-3) and Hundley. HR: Kan. City 003 010 0 0 Chicago 101 111 8 2 Pattin. Canton (1-1) Hoerner (6) and Healy: Kaat Forster (9) and Downing. HR: California 010 000 7 0 Oakland 202 000 10 0 Singer Lockwood 8 and Rodriguez: Hunter (3-0) and Fosse HRs Cal Epstein HOCKEY SCORES World Toronto 6 Chicago 4 Toronto leads best-of-seven semi- linal 1-0 American Providence 3 New Haven 2 Providence leads best-of-seven semi-finals 1-0 Complete service and repairs. APRIL SPECIAL. 3 cubic foot Propane 12 Volt Fridge intUllttiOn) PrebC reowo A 600-4 Ave. N. Wost of Gas Company f 7 Phone 328-4421 A Thank You! The Lethbridge YMCA Racquetball Association would like to thank the following merchants for their support during The Lethbridge Open Raquetball Tournament. Midi's Men's Shop Ltd. Hock Iros. Capri Restaurant Chinook Stationers ltd. CoNef e DUD Merchants Assoc, Crestline IvMer's Market Ltd. t Meter's Ski I Sport Ltd. Dunlop Ford Sales Ltd. Enerson Motors Ltd. Gentlemen HI Men's Wear Ltd. Notlin Mutual Life of Canada Lethbridgc Herald McGuires Men's Wear Ltd. Maine's Ladies Wear Oxenbury and Mock Opticians Schwartz Ifencies Ltd. Southern Stationers Ltd. Special Occasion Western Metal Fabricators Ltd. 4 PLY POLY-JET TIRES THIS WEEK ONLY 19 SALE ENDS SATURDAY 95 SizeB78-13 Whltewall ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Tire Sales and Service 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;