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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuttday, April 30, 1974 Lee May gave fans an instant replay The ASSOCIATED PRESS One of the objections of fans attending sporting events in this media-diluted age is that there are no replays. Lee May took care of that gripe Monday night when Houston Astros defeated Chicago Cubs 18-2 in a National League baseball game. For those fans who missed May's two-run homer in the first inning, the Houston slug- ger belted another two-run homer in the sixth inning. But May doesn't need any replays. They all look the same to him anyway: "All I do is go up there said the Astros' slugging first baseman, who contributed five hits to Hous- ton's 20-hit attack. "I do the same thing every game. Both homers came off breaking pitches." Elsewhere in the American League, Cleveland Indians, edged Minnesota Twins 3-2 in baseball's only afternoon con- test; California Angels dropped Boston Red Sox 7-2 and, in the National, Los Angeles Dodgers squeezed past New York Mets 8-7. Gordon is also coach BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) General manager Jack Gordon Monday night was also given the added task of coaching Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League. Team president Walter Bush made the announcement. Gordon, 46, coached the North Stars for just over three seasons, resigning for health reasons last November He was the most successful coach in the North Stars' seven-year history, compiling a 102- 93-39 record in three complete seasons. The North Stars made the playoffs all three years. Gordon replaced Parker MacDonald, who took over for him last fall. The North Stars were 20-30-11 under MacDonald, finishing in seventh place in the NHL west division. Bush said MacDonald would remain in the North Stars organization, but did not specify a position. Gordon, who was named general manager after Wren Blair was fired April 19, becomes one of four general manager-coaches in the NHL. May slugged his first homer off Burt Hooton, the fifth of six Chicago pitchers, and followed eight batters later with a 400-foot blast off Jim Kremmel, his fourth of the' baseball season. Dave Roberts, who tossed a seven-hitter, was the benefi- ciary of May's power produc- tion, pitched in offensively with two RBIs. The Indians cashed their first dividend from last Friday's seven-player deal with New York Yankees as Steve Kline hurled an eight- hitter in his first start for Cleveland. Ninth-inning RBI singles by Oscar Gamble and Dave Dun- can made Kline a winner. Harmon Killebrew tagged Kline with a two-run homer in the first, the 548th of his career. Tom McCraw knocked in four runs with a pair of doubles to help the Angels snap a five-game losing streak. McCraw belted his first homer of the season in the sec-, ond, doubled to set up a run in the fourth, doubled to drive in a run in the sixth and slammed a two-run homer in the eighth. Bill Singer tossed a seven- hitter, struck out seven and walked three. Willie Crawford singled in two runs in the first and one more in the second to help Los Angeles build an 8-0 lead after two innings, and the Dodgers held on for their seventh straight victory. Mike Marshall, making his 14th appearance of the season, allowed New York's seventh run in the ninth, but closed out the Mets with the tying run on second base. Manchester loses again LONDON (Reuter) Man- chester United, already doomed to relegation from the First Division of the English football League, were beaten Monday 1-0 by Stoke City. Extra police were on duty at the Stoke ground to prevent any repetition of Saturday's incidents when fans invaded the Manchester United pitch and forced the abandonment of the game against Manchester City. Three fans were arrested Monday, but there was no serious disorder and the crowd saw John Ritchie score the first half goal which gave Stoke victory. Norwich City, relegated to the Second Division along with Manchester United and South- ampton, lost their last match of the season 3-0 against Leicester City, for whom England striker Frank Worthington scored twice Celtic meanwhile made cer- tain of its ninth successive Scottish League title by draw- ing 0-0 with Aberdeen. Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SPRING Dorothy Sorensen 265 Stephanie Wolstoncroft 262, Roxanne Carny 236, Chris Wass 232, Rose Cropley 233, Helen Brown 226, Grace Hill 234, Peg Forry 264, Manlda Brown 210, Vivian Mueller 234, Maria Jokuty 250 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Roma Bishop 281, Shirley Plontke 252, Diana Gluszkowski 244, Doreen Wilson 265, Karlyn Spitzer 313 Jeanette Smeed 282 Juanite Lmgard 269 Marlene Bosch 273 Melanie Wilson 240, Marg Malcomson 240 CHEC LEAGUE John Schaalje 297, George Gerstenbuhler 257. Elaine Brown 280 Bill Willis 243, Terry Prusak 227, Ernie Frache 240, Steve Ramais 231, Morley Richardson 231 PEPSI Bill McTigne 247. Joanne McTighe 235, Karl Campa 304 Ed Carpenier 252 Herman Efrmg. 215, Ralph Maier 223, Dick Koopmans 213. THURSDAY NIGHT SPRING Bob Olshaski 23S, Berniece Pavan 284. Bii'l Tymensen 236, Dorothy Olshaski 243, Myrna Tymensen 282, Ron Deak 2G5, Peg Robinson 233, John Wecels 310. CIVIL SERVICE Arley Wilson 282, Agnes Sinclair 267 Alice Kolibas 297. Edna Todd 255, Darlene Larson 297, Cecile Komanac 271 Joe Hunter 279 Byron Hirsche 275 Bob Black 276, Wayne Roezell 276 Steve Roth 285 (709) FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Inge Seltenhammer 245, Karl Phillip 246, Chris Guenther 258 Lucille Barby 306 Angele Morrison 223, Elmer Morrison 233, Will Lake 221. Ewald Zeike 250 Co Langeslag 294 Mary Roth 231 CAPRI BOWL YBC JET BANTAM BOYS Darren Seibel 191, Jimmy Lawson 216. Tommy Doyle 246 Edwin Burwash 183, Dor. Tinordl 180. David Ross 205, Mark Wright 183. YBC JET GIRLS Sandra Ferguson I89, Laurie Wlshnevski 195, Pam Shigehlro 188, Lori Chaki 226, Patti Stanton 196, Pam Virtosek 171. YBC JRS. AND Brenda Christie 249 Robin Stanlon 236 Blair Sewchuk 319 Duane Gurzl 251 Max Coupland 241. Wendy Terry 269, Belinda McDonald 250, Jim Rapuano 260, Darlene Terry 297 Debbie Bergman 245, Harvie Pocza 25e Marty Shigehiro 284 (649) YOUNG ADULTS John Jardme 268, Bernie Pohl 246. Linda Malcomson 253 Ron Gretzinger 256 John Wildman 290 Murray Sanders 237. Kim Kovacs 316 Laurie Palmarchuk 275 Nadme Kovacs 265 Cindy Pedrmi 248 Kalie Pedrmi 246 David Wells 274 Tom Miklos 269, Darwin RomanchuK 321 DOUG'S Barb Jaruie 262 Irene Forsyth 266, Joyce Witwicki 232; Linda Fellger 253; Patsy Peacock 255; Joyce Brown 257; Mary Mihalik 267 Anna Stickel 253, Eltneda Quapp 261; Betty Fehr 267; Judy Harnack 242, Connie Marchalsay 234. FRIDAY YBC SCHOOLS Kim Masson 186; Mark Gretzinger 178; Tom Miklos 177; Bev Passey 182, Mike Gerla 179; Lori Asquin 182, Pam McNamara 170; Michele MacLean 215, Brian Erdos 212; Robert Miklos 179. NU MODE HOMES Maureen Ferguson 284 Isla Welsh 274; Retta Lazaruk 285 Mary Rath 257; Jean Vander Velder 264; Gaye Pedersen 258; Chris Schulz 250; Ann Reed 252; Marge Ross 289: Marlene Praskach 262 (674) Chris Ell 276 (630) SUNDQUIST CONST. Lela Ober 325 Gail Cook 243; Eloise Ives 264; Kay Mercer 252. Janet Koole 246; Rose Nunweiler 249; Joan Milton 277 Jen Hegi 268, Dorothy Anderson 246 (657) Jean Passey 265 (706) SH. CITIZENS Anne O'Neil 226; Will Ness 216; Henry Bechthold 207; Jim Whelan 211; Tom Smith 255; Ted Haszard 238. HENRY HOMES Ed Henderson 383 Linda Vrabel 283; Andy Vrabel 274; Irene Tinorrti 278; Cal Coolldge 246; George Komanac 240; Sal Doucette 242; Ev More 261 George Matched 253 Bryan Leishman 249; Don Hansen 247; Chester Jokuty 248 BANKERS Kathy Ponech 284 Gerry Mann 235 Mabel McFadden 265, Bob Harris 265 GorrJ Diebert 249, Doreen Telchroeb 258, Arlene Bartosek 236, Cheryl Kruchywich 230 FINAL WEEK! You have just a few days more to shop for out- standing values during Beaver's once-a-year Cross Canada Spring Sale. Quantities on some items are limited so shop now and save. Sale ends this Saturday, May 4th. Use Chargex or open a Handy Beaver Budget Account! 8'X7'GARDEN SHED Gives you an extra 51 sq. ft. of storage space and protection for yard and garden equipment. Rugged steel construction and good looks. Exterior size: 103" W x D x 79" H. Inside: 94" D x 78" W x 74" H. Get all the details on the 'Maplewood' garden shed at your nearest Beaver store. TAKE HOME PRICE A) Garden Cultivator Three-tooth model with steel tines. Red finish. Light-weight, easy to use. 4' wood handle. B) Round Point Shovel Features sturdy x 12" heat-treated round- point blade. With long 'D'-top handle. C) Garden Spade Square-edged for trim- ming, cutting. x 12" steel blade. Has 27Vi" fire-hardened 'D'-top 907 078 BMP EACH %Ji EACH handle. D) Garden Hoe Fully forged 7" blade. With 4' fire-hardened wood handle. Red finish. Good value, buy now! 078 tiB? EACH 2 07 EACH E) Garden Bow Rake Rugged welded bow construction. With 4Vi' wood handle. Light- weight, durable. F) Spading Fork Has four 10" forged steel tines. Fire-hardened 'D'- top handle. Red finish. G) Brume H) Spring Rake Braced Rake 19" head with 22 spring Features 22 tempered teeth. foot hardwood steel teeth for 2" raking handle. Red finish. Buy depth. With 4' handle, now and save. 907 078 907 Q78 BMEACH %afEACH Store Hours: a.m. to p.m. Monday to Friday a.m. to p.m. Saturday 1707 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-4461 the do-it-yourself store ;