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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIB August 1973 Royals making bid for top Brock plays it for keeps By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS not used to big said Lou Brock. usually scrapping for one or two runs late in the St. Louis Cardinals didn't have to do any late scrapping in Tuesday night's game against but they anyway. With a five-run lead in the ninth inning finding old habits hard to beat out an in- field stole second stole then scored on an infield error to give the Cards a 10-5 victory over the Expos. In the rest of the National Cincinnati Reds swept a doubleheader from beating the Braves 9-5 and 13-11 despite Hank Aaron's 70lst ca- reer home run. Philadelphia Phillies rebounded from a first- game 4-3 loss to Chicago to beat the Cubs 6-5 in the Houston Astros edged Los Ange- les Dodgers Pittsburgh Pi- rates downed New York Mets 4- 1 2nd San Francisco Giants whipped San Diego Padres 5-1. The Cards found some unac- customed power against the three-run homers by Joe Torre and Ted but as far as Brock is there's no such thing as especially in tiny Jarry Park. RESPECTS EXPOS is safe in this ball- park against a team with the power Montreal said. 'A 10-run lead isn't safe here. You can't lay back and wait for Montreal to come to you when you have a big lead. You stay stay alert and keep them off No. 701 for Hank the Ham- PAINTS PER GALLON ONE OUR BEST 47 Fiesta One Coat painting time in halfl Interior Semi Gloss Enamel or Velvet Enamel and we will tint it to your choice of 24 colours at no extra cost. For the exterior use One Coat White House Paints oil or latex base. YOUR CHOICE Houso Paint Semi Gloss Enamel Velvet Enamel Interior Latex Exterior Latex High Gloss Enamel Reg. Woolco Price 12.47 gal. 3.79 qt. bases are slightly underfilled to allow for colourant. 2.57 QT. FIESTA PRE-PASTED VINYL COATED WALLPAPER Good quality wall covering that's vinyl coated for scrubbability. Perfect for the Kitchen or for Children's Bed- rooms. Choose from many beautiful stock patterns in this easy-to. hang pre-pas'tfd wallpaper. Sold in double rolls only. Reg. Woolco Price 3.98 Double Roll DOUBLE ROLL 2.98 CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE K The popular self-adhesive vinyl cov- ering with so many uses around your home. Choose from -a large selection of patterns including very realistic woodgrains. Handy 2 yd. x packages. 2 yd. roll .99 wooico KPUTHUT STOWS Open Dally 9 a.m. to Thursday and Friday 9 a.m Introducing a whole new way to Brire'n beautiful for wood- work and LOW LUSTRE LATEX PAINT Gives a glare free finish that wipes clean with o damp sponge. Available in 11 ready-mixed colours including semi- plus black and white. 12 additional accent colours and 12 com- plementary pastels may be tinted at no extra cost. YOU CAN ANTIQUE A limple two-step application gives tired furniture and unpointed pieces a rich warm look in a matter of hours. Use one of our modern latex toning glazes over any Brite 'n Beautiful colour to achieve the right woodgrain or frosted finish. YOU CAN WET LOOK' IT Achieve the modern 'Wet Look' '-finish so popular in today's interior decorating. Simply apply Brite 'n Beautiful Clear Glosi Urethane over any Brite 'n Beau- tiful colour for the hard shine of polished plastics and fine lacquer with- out hand SEE OUR STORI DISPLAY SOON SHOWING ALL THE BRITE 'N BEAUTIFUL COLOURS 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Iht right to limit his 28th this ended his home-run drought since the ail-star break. But it came in the battom of the ninth with the Braves already out of the first adding just one more run in the 9-5 loss. just seems to be that said not- ing that many of his homers have come in losing causes. There wasn't enough money in Chicago to keep Rick Reichardt so he left for the greener pastures of Kansas City. He thanked his new employ- ers at the expense of his old employers Tuesday night by doubling home both runs in the Royals' 2-1 victory over the White Sox. Elsewhere in the American Oakland A's nipped Minnesota Twins 4-3 in 11 in- nings' Baltimore Orioles topped Cleveland Indians New York Yankees edged Boston Red Sox Detroit Tigers took two from Milwaukee Brewers 5 and 9-3 and Texas Rangers knocked off California Angels 4- 2. who quit the White Sox earlier in the season because of a salary got satisfaction from his home- coming. wanted to do natu- rally. For one thing it was against my old and for another this club has a chance to win FANS MOLLIFIED Steve Stone struck out Reichardt three times to the delight of the Chicago crowd after Rick had delivered the two-run double. boos of the fans didn't bother Reichardt Stone Paul who had shut out the White Sox twice earlier in the season on two and three surrendered eight this time before needing ninth-inning re- lief from Joe another Royal who wasn't a Royal when the season opened. we don't get in first place we'll be there one of these I guarantee said Royals' manager Jack McKeon. That prophesy almost true. Minnesota held a 3-2 lead over Oakland going into the eighth and a loss would have dropped the A's out of first place in the West for the first time since July putting the Royals on top. But Bill North was walked by starter Dick who had pitched four-hit ball into the eighth. The Twins sent in three trying to keep North from but none suc- ceeded. IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Tollestrup hoops 13 England -Paced by Phil Tollestrup of Lethbridge and Vancouver's Bill Robinson Canada's univer- sities basketball team belted an International team 97-72 Tuesday night. who scored 13 grabbed off 18 rebounds while Robinson hooped 20 points. The Canadian sched- uled to participate in the World Student Games in Moscow in led 44-36 at the half. The select which Can- ada will play again this eve- includes players from United Aus- tralia and Austria. Martin Riley of Ken McKenzie of Vancouver and George Rautins of Toronto each scored 10 points for Can- ada. Tollestrup and his mates are scheduled to play exhibition games in and Poland before going to the Moscow Games Aug. 13-26. Later they compete in Belgium and Italy before re- turning home. Goshimon scores three The Kinsmen ana YMCA Unicorns solved nothing in the first game of their two- total-goal Bantam La- crosse League semi-final. Monday night the two clubs battled to a 6-6 stalemate. Second game in the series goes Thursday evening at eight the winner of which will meet Taber in the final. Gary Goshinmon was the scoring star of the game for the Warlords as he scored three timei. Steven Cameron chipped in with a pair white Lanny Tron added a single Darryl McLellan and Bill Doyle each scored twice for the Unicorns. Greg Chernezk and Brian Kanewischer completed the scoring with a goal Stay Comfortable and Save in Mix'n Match Co-ordinates for the Well Dressed Man Ideal for Back to Young Men's Shrink Vests Manufactured in a smart wool and polyester blend. Styled with the popular neckline. Choose from a variety of color com'binations. Canad- ian made. Sizes S.M.l.XL. each I Men's Long Sleeve Sport or Dress Shirt Smartly Styled Shirts with Roll Back Cuff A. Young men's long sleeved tapered dress shirts have stylish long pointed collar and plaquet front. Light Green. 14V4 to 16Vi. each Classic 'Shrink' at a Price You'll Like B. Here's practical fashion in com- fortable light weight Acrylic knit. This sleeveless pullover has a low scoop neckline and is avail- able in shades of Grey and Beige. S.M.L. each Fashionable Wool Dress Slacks C. For the stylish these young man's dress slacks are Ca- nadian made with top belt loops and cuffs. New Muted Woven Plaids. 28-38. each The Pullover that Goes Easy on Your Pocketbook D. Men's light weight rib knit sweater is geared right to today's fashions and is ideal wear in any season. Made from machine wash- able acrylic fibre and styled with a scoop neckline. Assorted color combinations. S.M.L KPARTMENT STORES DIVIWON Of TNC Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. each COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath We right to limit quantities. IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORF m ;