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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April 21, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Cincinnati outfielders dazzling Orioles move out in front By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The restless wind took some of the breeze out of Bill Hands1 pitches, but there was enough speed left to blow baseballs past Texas Rangers. "I don't like pitching in the said Hands after battl- ing 36-mile-an-hour gusts to pitch Minnesota Twins to a 5-1 American League baseball -vic- tory Friday. Apparently the Rangers didn't like hitting the wind, either. They managed only four hits off Minnesota's right-hander. "The wind dries the sweat off my bands and makes me lose the feeling and affects where my pitches are said Hands. "I made some bad pitches." He didn't make many, though, allowing only an eighth- inning run on Joe Lovitto's double and Toby Harrah's single. "I've seen him pitch often and he knows hw to said Texas manager Whitey Herzog. "He'll be a big winner for the Twins." TIGERS BEATEN In other American League games Friday, Baltimore Ori- o'es nipped Detroit Tigers 6-5 in 10 innings, the Cleveland In- dians defeated Boston Red Sox 3-2, Chicago White Sox routed Kansas City Royals the Milwaukee Brewers blanked the New York Yankees 2-0 and the Oakland Athletics beat Califor- nia Angels 4-3. Thursday, the Tigers finished off a four-game sweep at Bos- ton by beating the Red Sox 11-7 while Milwaukee defeated Cleveland 10-7, New York I QUALITY DENTURE I CLINIC I EDDY DIETRICH I Certified Dental Mechank I Capitol Furniture BIdg. PHONE 328-7684 mm downed Baltimore 6-1 and Kan- sas City beat Oakland 16-8. Hands struck out eight Rangers and walked one en- route to his second victory in three decisions in his first sea- son with the Twins. He was ac- quired from Chicago Cubs in an off-season deal. "He's got complete command of his said Herzog "He moves the ball, has a good slider and good sinker." Atlanta Braves centrefielder Dusty Baker had just watched Cincinnati's Bobby Tolan and Pete Rose turn in spectacular fielding plays to send his club Trevino within sight of a win RANCHO LA COSTA, Calif. (AP) Lee Trevino is within sight of achieving two of his prime golf career goals. He had a one-shot lead going into today's third round of the Tournament of Cham- pions. Once more he ticked off those maior targets he has set for himself: "I really want to win this Trevino said after fighting gusty, shifting winds for a one-under-par 71 in Fri- day's second round. "I consider this one of the most important tournaments in the No. 4. You want to win any tournament you play in, but when you beat the champions of all the other tournaments, then you're a champion of champions. "And I want to win million faster than anyone else has ever done it." Trevino could achieve both with a victory here. He has ca- reer earnings of more than 000 in less than six fullsears on the tour and this tourhroent of- fers a first There are only three other players-Jack Nicfclaus, Arnold Palmer and Billy have passed the million mark in pro golf career earn- DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. CONTINUES TO SERVE SOUTHERN ALBERTA FIRE-AUTO-PERSONAL-COMMERCIAL DOUG Representative 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 FARM MACHINERY AUCTION SALE At Vulcan farm formerly operated by Fred Mensinger. Being 8 miles east and 5 miles north of Vulcan or 6 miles south, 8 miles east, and 1 mile south of Corner Store (Junction Hwys. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25th A.M. Late Model Farm Machinery and Equipment COCKSHUTT 542 S.P. COMBINE Complete with cab, straw chopper, Mel roe pickup. This machine has done approximately 2000 acres and is in real good shape. Versatile 18 ft. self-propelled swother complete with Wis- consin air cooled Coclcshult 21 ft. discer complete with fert. attachment; ft. blades: ft. cultivators; Noble duplex hitch; 14 ft. Harris Heavy duty disc; ft. John Deere rod weeders; Versatile 65 ft. crop spray- er complete with tandem running gear; ft. sections of tlex harrows, complete with draw bar; 36 ft. 8 inch Hutchin- sor> grain loader, complete with motor.- 36 ft., 6 inch groin loader complete with Briggj and Stratton motor; 27 ft. 6 inch grain loader complete with Briggs and Stratton en- gine; U ft. I.H.C. press drill; Flax Roller; 21 feet of coil packers; 6 ft., 3.point hitch cultivator; 3-point hitch cement mixer; 6 ft., 3-point hitch water tank; 500-gol. farm 4-TRACTORS-4 1972 FORD 8000 DIESEL Complete with cab, dual hy- draulics. This machine has only 752 hours and is like new. FORD sooo DIESEL TRACTOR, complete with Seiect-o- Speed transmission, dual hyd., live P.T.O., plywood cob. This machine is like new with only 1980 hours. FORD 8N TRACTOR. Complete with 3-point hitch and new rubber. COCKSHUTT 40 TRACTOR. Complete with front-end loader. Storage tank; 400-gal farm storage tank; 300-gat. farm storage tank; 200-gal. farm storage tank complete with gear pump; Slip tank and pump. Wafer tank; Grain roller. -TRUCKS- 1968 FORD 800 TANDEM TRUCK. Complete with 391 motor, 5-spd., 4 spd., full air, 1000x20 tires, grain box ond hoist, good rubber, 88.251 original miles, one owner; 1963 Dodge 'i ton, original miles, 6-cyl., 3 speed, Iwb, fieetside. SHOP TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT- H.O. bench grinder; large quantity of log chains; Forney electric welder, complete; inch electric drill; 3i inch electric drill; Acetylene welder, complete with torch, etci Battery charger; Pipe cutter; Set of tops ond dies; Bench vise; Anvil; 2 chain hoists; Point Bench sow; Skil saw; Sobrs sow; Quantity of extension cords; Selection of good hydraulic rams; Selection of new ond used pipe and iron; Owonlity of lumber, etc.; 4 jacks; Gas lawn mower.- 3 propone 2 propone rcguloSorj; pump; Groin mois'ure tester; 503 groin boas; Good of shop ond hand tools including sows, wrench- es hommcrs, ond mony more items of interest and value too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE Having received Instructions we will sell this outstanding line of one-owner model form mochinery and equipment. This h a complete dispersal to there will ba lots of interesting ond valuable items in this sole that are not listed as this is only a guide. Please plan o attend if you ere looking for large late equipment. Sole time is a.m. on Wed., April 25. LUNCH SERVED AT NOMINAL FEE FRANK MclNENLY AUCTIONEER ARROWWOOD UC. (100-15) PHONE "SH11NG FOR YOU 8Y UC. 298 CURK: MARION HUMPHREY ings. Nicklaus did it the fastest, in a little more than 10 years. Both Nicklaus and Palmer are challenging Trevino for the title in this tournament that brings together an elite field of 31 players who have won regu- lar tour titles in the last months. Nicklaus, the pre-tourney fa- vorite, had another 70 on the 114-yard La Costa Country Club course and was just one stroke off the pace at 140 despite some erratic play. He was tied with J. C. Snead, the runner-up in the Masters, who bad a second- round 68. Palmer was one more back at 141 after a 71. He was tied with Australian veteran Bruce Crampton, who had a 68. First round leader Jimmy Colbert fell back in the windy, threatening weather. He blew 10 strokes higher than Thursday's score with a 76 and was tied at 142 with' Bert Yaneey and Homero Blancas. George Knudson of Toronto shot a 70 Friday for a 144. ABA extends draft date NEW YORK (AP) _ The American Basketball Associ- ation, determined to have the last word in draft of college players, postponed Thursday its selections a second time in or- der to choose behind the rival National Basketball Association. "I intend to conduct cur draft the day after the said ABA Commissioner Bob Car- lson, whenever that might be." The NBA originally scheduled its selection day for last Mon- day. The ABA planned to pick Tuesday. The NBA then ran into problems and announced it was delaying until Thursday. The ABA countered by saying it would draft Friday. Then, hours before NBA pick- ng was to start Thursday, the VBA said it was stalling a bit longer and would now draft next Tuesday. The ABA then switched signals to next Wednesday. "Our league intends to Imple- ment its policy of trying to sign ihe best basketball players Carlson said. "I feel it will serve that policy for our league to draft after the NBA." reeling to its seventh straight National League baseball defeat Friday night. lamented Baker, "you gotta be strong to go through what we're going through." The Braves had two golden opportunities, but Tolan and Rose thwarted them before a record-breaking crowd of and Cincinnati Reds beat At- lanta 4-2. In other National League games Friday, Houston Astros beat San Diego Padres 6-2 and San Francisco Giants dumped Los Angeles Dodgers 7-3. In Thursday's games, New York Mets beat Chicago Cubs 3- 1 in the first of a doubleheader and then lost 7-0 in the second game while Montreal Expos edged Philadelphia Phillies 6-5 and San Francisco beat the Dodgers 8-6. A Pittsburgh at St. Louis game was postponed by rain. OF THE YEAR' At Cincinnati, Tolan was the first hero as he raced into left centre in the sixth inning to make a diving, one tended catch of Marty Perez's bid for an extra base bit with two on and two out. "The catch of the was what Rose called it, who later also saved the day. Rose ended the eighth inning also with men at first and second, when he outran pinch-hitter Mife, Lum's high drive in the left field cor- ner to make a running, one hand catch a step before crash- ing into the wall. Unlike Tolan, who was h it- less, Rose did a few other things to contribute to the vic- tory. He threw out a runner al the plate, singled and scored the Reds first run and tripled in the two runs that in the end proved the difference. Atlanta's two runs came on Henry Aaron's home run, bis fourth of the year and the 677th of his career. He needs just 37 to tie Babe Ruth's lifetime record of 714. EDWARDS STARTS IT At Houston, Astros catcher John Edwards hit a second-in- ning triple and Roger Metzger brought him home with a sacri- fice bunt. Bob Watson hit a run- scoring single in the third in- ning for a 3-0 Astro lead. Ailing first baseman Lee May, suffering from a leg in- jury swatted a double in the fifth and Cesar Cedeno slipped borne in the seventh when Doug Rader popped up to second baseman Derrel Thomas. At Los Angeles, Willie blasted a two-run homer and Chris Speier ham- mered four singles to lead a 15- iit San Francisco attack as the Giants won their fifth con- secutive game. McCovey drove in three runs and Gary Matthews tripled wme two others to back the pitching of Juan Mari- chal. It was the 37th time in his career that he defeated the Dodgers and it ran his season record to three wins against one loss. Af Wheel Balance Special With Hunter on the Car Spin Balance Regular 2.75. NOW Per Wheel CaUU Includes Weights Oil Change Special Oil, Filter and lubrication. Oil NOW 11.05 Free Car Wash Inside and Out B. F. GOODRICH Performa Raised White Letters 39.95 union Most sizes in stock Mounted ami Balanced Regular Wheels REE NOW IN STOCK 8. T. GOODRICH RADIAL TIRES Choice of Rayon or Steel at Low Prices Magrath Service 422 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 328-9766 tPH'W fin. STEVE SMSAK Join Us in Our Celebration at Corner 4th Ave. 7th St. S. Phone 327-3191 The Management and Staff of the Marquis Hotel, cordially invite everyone to drop in and see our newly renovated premises, perhaps even stay for a few days. We are ready to serve you in the same way you are accustomed to, from the friendly, able staff here at the Marquis. Drop in during the week and take in some of the top entertainment we have for you. Presents "APPLESHINE" APPEARING NIGHTLY ALL NEXT WEEK HOTEL Presents "SUDS" APPEARING NIGHTLY ALL NEXT WEEK PRESENTS BOB RAY APPEARING NIGHTLY ALL NEXT WEEK OUR NEWLY RENOVATED COFFEE SHOP OUR NEWIY RENOVATED FOYER OUR NEWIY RENOVATED DINING LOUNGE ;