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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August HOCKEY NIGHT IN MOSCOW Special 10 day Excuision ex Edmonton Sept. 28 return airfare accommodation, msals, admission to 4 games, sightseeing. Only per person double occupancy. For information and bookings. Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL C.ntre Village M.ll Phon. 328-3201 The Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Is WHA Team Canada based on politics Team Canada physical Mike Walton of the Minnesota Fighting Saints undergoes a physical in preparation for WHA Team Canada series with Russia. Jimmies visit admits he T Lakers tonight blew it HAMILTON (CP) Coach John Rauch of Toronto Argonauts admitted he made the wrong decision on the crucial play which turned Tuesday's Eastern Football Conference game around in favor of Hamilton Tiger-Cats. "Now that I can look back and see what happened, I can say I wouldn't do it Rauch said after the game. The game was tied 22-22 with about 10 minutes remain- ing when Rauch gambled. The Argos were on third down, needing two yards and instead of calling for a kick, Rauch sent in a running play. The Ticats stopped the play, took over in good field position and went on to a 29-22 win. Calgary Jimmies will provide the opposition tonight at Henderson Park for the Lethbridge Lakers of the Alberta Major Baseball League. Lakers, who trail both the Jimmies and Calgary Giants in the south division of the league, will be looking for their third straight win when they take to the diamond at eight o'clock. Tonight is Kids Night with any boy or girl, accompanied by a parent, admitted free of charge. There will also be cigars for the fathers. WE'VE MOVED QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic 303-Sth Street So. Metcalf Building PHONE: 328-7684 EDMONTON (CP) Terry Hendley ripped a grand slam home run in the sixth inning and held on to pitch Barrhead Cardinals to an 8-5 victory- over Edmonton Tigers in an Alberta Major Baseball League game Wednesday. Hendley, drove in four runs with his homer during Barrhead's six-run sixth inning and added another run with a triple in the eighth. He wound up with a three for four performance at the plate, while scattering nine Tiger hits for the victory. The game was tied 1-1 until the sixth inning when the Cards scored their six runs, knocking losing pitcher Dennis Lopez from the mound. He was replaced by Stu Henderson. LEAVES TOURNAMENT SUTTON, Mass. (AP) Johnny Miller withdrew from the Pleasant Valley golf tournament Wednesday after his wife, Linda, gave birth to their third Napa, Calif., Tuesday night. Miller, who skipped.last weekend's Canadian Open to be with his wife, told tourna- ment officials he planned to remain in Napa. Miller, 27, has won five tournaments this year and is the leading money winner on the pro golf tour with more than THE BENY BOYS HAVE STRIPPED DOWN for ACTION! you can talk EMIL ROMANCHUK out of anything He'll give you a great buy on one of our remaining 1974 models in your choice of color and options. YES! the Beny Boys have gone mad They've stripped for action. Come in now Deal with Beny's... You'll BENY-fit BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd Avenue and 8th StrMrt 8. 328-1101 Carleton upset at not being picked TORONTO (CP) The an- nouncement Wednesday by the World Hockey Association of its selection of players for Team Canada '74 had barely been made before controversy arose. Wayne Carleton of Toronto Toros. leading scorer in the WHA from Dec. 9 to Feb. 25 last season, said at his home near Collingwood, Ont., Wednesday night he wasn't in- vited to join the team. "I think they picked a lot of old guys." he said, "MacGre- gor. Mahovlich. Hull, Howe, all 34-35 or over." "No one invited me. No one mentioned it to me. I think it's politics. But it's their business what they do." Billy Harris, coach of the Toros and Team Canada, re- futed Carleton's statement. "I'm sure he was said Harris. "He led the selec- tion committee to believe he wasn't only player to do so." Carleton said: "Look at Danny Lawson. They didn't pick him. either." Lawson scored 50 goals last season for Vancouver Blazers. Team Canada will play an eight-game series against the Soviet Union's national team in September and October. Meanwhile, Pat Stapleton, player-coach of Chicago Cou- gars, said of those chosen: "These guys have something to prove because they weren't picked for Team Canada 72." Stapleton, 35. a member of the 1972 National Hockey League stars who edged the Russian team 4-3-1 in an eight- game series, said he was reluctant to join the current Team Canada because he felt his obligation was to his own team. "The WHA owners were of the opinion that the league should be well represented for the Russian said Stapleton. "Certainly the team on paper isn't as strong as said Stapleton." but one thing in this team's favor is that it will be ready." Consultant Dr. Bob Goode said it was too early to give an estimate of Team Canada's condition, but he is urging the players to engage in short- interval running, in addition to tennis, golf and racquet ball. Joining Stapleton on the WHA Team Canada defence on the 25-man squad will be Al Hamilton. Edmonton Oiiers: Paul Shmyr, Cleveland Crusaders; Brad Selwood and Rick Ley, New England Whalers; J. C. Tremblay, Quebec Nordiques. Marty Howe, Houston Oilers, and Rick Smith, Minnesota Fighting Saints. The goaltenders will be Houston's Don McLeod, first team all-star in the WHA last year, and Cleveland veteran Gerry Cheevers. The forward alignments will come from Andre Lacroix of San Diego Mariners; Mike Walton, Minnesota Fighting Saints; Edmonton's Jim Harrison; Frank Mahovlich and Paul Henderson, Toronto; Legionettes host finals Lethbridge Legionettes could possibly face their stiffest competition of the 1974 Softball season when they host the Alberta intermediate C women's finals this weekend. The Legionettes will host two other provincial zone representatives in a two-day double-knockout tourney which starts Saturday and concludes Sunday at the Dave Elton Park. The Legionettes and Calgary Richfield Phillies will officially open the championship playoff tourney at Saturday night. The losers of this match will then be forced to hit the diamond again at eight o'clock against Lougheed (northern champs) while tne winners will earn a bye into the finals. Action will continue Sunday with games slated for 11 a.m., one o'clock and if necessary, three o'clock. Bruce MacGregor. Edmon- ton; Tom Webster. New England; Rejean Houle and Serge Bernier, Quebec; Marc Tardit, Michigan Stags; John McKenzie, Vancouver Blazers; Ralph Backstrom, Chicago: Gordie and Mark Howe, Houston, and Bobby Hull of Winnipeg Jets. Hull, will serve as an assist- ant along with Stapleton to head coach Harris. Tardiff and Bernier were unable to attend Wednesday's news conference for personal reasons while the ther Gordie and sons Mark and previously Committed to a film session. Stapleton said mental pre- paredness will be the key to beating the world champion FOOTBALL TICKETS INTER- TEAM Exhibition (Same ROOKIES FREE-AGENTS 1974 by NEA. Inc. Progress made says mediator WASHINGTON (APi Negotiations toward ending the 32- day National Football League player strike made headway- Wednesday, as chief federal mediator W.J. Usery supervised nearly 14 hours of discussions. The groups adjourned at a.m. EDT and were to resume bargaining at 2 p.m., EDT today. Usery would not elaborate on the progress made in the ses- sion with representatives of the NFL Players Association and NFL management council. "We have been talking on all the been talking long and hard." said Usery. "The logic is that now that we've got them talking, there's a chance to consummate an agreement." He told newsmen that "substantive issues had been dis- cussed." The statement apparently referred to the "freedom issues" which created the bargaining stalemate and led to the player Strike that started July 1. Meanwhile, the striking players received a boost from an- other source. Marvin Miller, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, voiced his support for the foot- ball union and charged NFL owners with a failure to bargain in good faith. But the NFL players' picket line continues to display gaps. Nearly 270 veterans, including 75 starters, have crossed the line. The latest dissenters from the position taken by the member union were kicker Garo Yeprernian, linebacker Mike Kolen and defensive back Tim Foley of Miami: safety Jack Mildren and linebacker Bob Geddes of New England; defensive tackle John Little of New York Jets, and linebacker Don Rives of Chicago. Race results CALGARY (CP) Race results from Stampede Park Wednesday: FIRST claiming, 3 year olds, 6 furlongs. Missy's Image (Phelan) 77.70 31.30 13.80, Red Lasso (D. Wiseman) 12.60 5.30, Lehi Speed (K. Campbell) 4.90. Time: Sister Wife. Cleo Knows, Chino's Brave, Lady Cherry. Mr. Thunder, Stylist Shadow also ran. Track Scratch: Mistic Shadow. SECOND (Original fourth) 2 year olds, 6 furlongs. Buen Sal (Phelan) 12.40 5.80 4.30, Glad To Be (D. Wiseman) 3.50 3.50. Alberta's Answer (Morris) 7.00. Time: 2-5. O'Delia. La Medo, Thru The Mirror, Elvessa slso ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 3 year olds, 6 furlongs. Waza Preppy (Shields) 11.00 5.80 4.10. Majestic Shadow (Norris) 6.60 4.60. Polynesian Papa (Sorenson) 3.90. Time: 3-5. Fair Morning, Merry's Hi C. Atterol, Toleson, Brown Phoenix, Rae's Auction. Linda Grace also ran. OUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, miles. Law Boss (Hedge) 5.70 3.60 2.90, White Rose Erli (Gold) 5.00 3.40. El Halcon (Pearson) 4.50. Time: Whataruler, Chinos Annie, Regal Flash also ran. FIFTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 1 mile The Wisp (Phelan) 1070 4.80 2.80, Tays Talent (Sorenson) 330 2.70. Restless Willow (Campbell) 2.70. Time: 1-5. Perfect Host, Gay Stitch. Washougal, Big Bambi also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 1 1-16 mile. Haydn's Smoke (Coombs) 630 3.70 3.70. Pirate's Image (Wiseman) 8.30 5.50, Rusty Water (Ollive) 5.20. Time: If By Chance. Burgundy Lass, Sandy's Splendour. Hey Joker, A New Star, A Mistake. Bum Money also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, mile. Country Doctor (Hedge) 8 30 4.30 3.90, Award (D. Wiseman) 11.90 5.90. Rusty Rouser (Pearson) 5.00. Time: Helkey, Glib. Avon's Talent, Tea Coffee John, Kool Colo, Sootime, Chief Malo also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Black Ogre (Norris) 6.30 3.60 3.30, Juigaidie (Giesbrecht) 3.00 2.60, Fair Fizz (Kipling) 4.30. Time: 1-5. Easygopaddy. Wintor Field, What A Blend, Miss Stuart. Noctu. Lady's Trip, Thanks Again also ran. QUINELLA: ELECTED PRESIDENT OTTAWA (CP) Murray Swayze, 35, of Moose Jaw, Sask., has been elected presi- dent of the Canadian Amateur Basketball Association for two years. Soviet team in the series starting Sept. 17 at Quebec City where game time will be 8 p.m. EDT. The remainder of the Cana- dian schedule with local times (EDT in Sept. 19. Toronto, 8 p.m. (8 p.m.) Sept. 21, Winnipeg. 1 p.m. (2 p.m.) Sept. 23, Vancouver, 5 p.m. (8 p.m. i The Russian portion of the schedule will be played in Moscow on Oct. 1 p.m. EDT, Oct. 3 p.m. EDT, Oct. 5 11 a.m. EDT and Oct. 6 11 a.m. EDT. The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. and CTV will alternate television coverage of the series" games. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES National League East Philadelphia St. Louis Pittsburgh Montreal New York Chicago...... Los Angeles Cincinatti..... Houston...... Atlanta...... San Francisco San Diego TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Stone (3-3) and LaRoche (1-3) at New York Apodaca (3-5) and Sadecki (4-4) Montreal McAnally (6-12) at Philadelphia Twitcheli (5-3) St. Louis McGlothen (12-7) at Pittsburgh Brett (12-7) San D'ego Spillner (5-6) at Los Angeles Downing (3-5) or Zahn (1-1) Cincinnati C. Carroll (5-3) at San Francisco Caldwell (9-3) WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS First Montreal 201 004 9 0 Chicago 000 200 6 2 Torrez, Taylor (4) (4-1) and Stinson; Bonharn (9-13) Burris (6) Hooton (8) and Steimaszek. HR: Chi Fanzone Second Montreal 100 102 6 0 Chicago 000 000 2 1 Rlair Montague (9) and Foots: Hutson Frailing Burris (9) and Swisher. HRs: Mil Singleton Fairly St Louis 050 003 14 0 Philadelphia 002 010 12 0 Gibson Scarce Folkers Carman Hrabosky (9) and Simmons: Ruthven. Garber Schuelpr Rickert (8) and Boone. HRs: Pha: Brown Schmidt San Fran 000 000 4 3 Atlanta 010 020 10 0 D'Acquisto Barber (8) and Rader: P. Niekro (11-9) and Correll. HR: All Correll Pittsburgh 210 140 15 3 New York 100 000 6 3 Ellis (7-8) Hernandez (9) and Sanguillen; Seaver (7-7) Miller (5) McGraw (8) and Grote. Hodges (7) HR: Pgh Stargell Houston 000 000 2 2 Cincinnati 022 000 8 1 Griffin Richard Cosgrove (8) and Johnson: Gullett (13-7) and Bench. San pieoo 000 201 52 Los Angeles006 001 035-15 12 1 Rau (10-6) and Ferguson; Freisleben Hardy Laxton Palmer Gerhard! Romo Johnson (9) and Kendall. Hrs: SD Kendall Colbert LA Cey (2) League Leaders AB R H Pet. Garr. Atl .......437 63 160 .366 Zisk. Pgh.......332 48 107 .322 Smith, SL ......336 49 108 .321 Geronimo. Cin 275 44 88 .320 Garvey, LA.....415 64 132 .318 Cash, Pha......428 65 136 .315 Buckner. LA___364 47 114 .313 Montanez, Pha 307 33 96.313 Brock, SL ......385 67 120 .312 Schmidt. Pha 350 71 109 .311 Home runs: Wynn, Los Angeles, 24; Schmidt, 23. Runs batted in: Schmidt. 82: Cedeno. Houston. 82; Wynn. 76. Pitching 1.0 decisions: Messersmith. Los Angeles, 12-2. .857; John. Los Angeles. 13-3. .813. AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Boston.........55 47 539 Cleveland 52 49 .515 2'i Baltimore 52 50 .510 3 Milwaukee..... 51 52 .495 New York...... 51 52 495 Detroit 49 53 .480 6 West Oakland.......61 43 .587 Kansas City 51 50 505 8': Texas ......53 52 .505 8'; Chicago....... 51 51 .500 9 Minnesota..... 50 54 .481 11 C-'iio-nia...... 41 64 .390 20'.- TODAY'S GAMES Detroit Walker (4-2) at Milwaukee Slaton (8-11) New York Pagan 11-2) at Cleveland J. Perry (10-8) Baltimore Garland (3-4) at Boston Lee (11-9) Texas Brown (8-8) at Kansas City Dal Canton (5-4) California Figueroa (1-2) at Minnesota Corbin (6-3) Oakland Holtzman (11-11) at Chicago Bahnsen (8-12) WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 000 000 1C 0 Boston 000 500 5 0 LaGrow J. Ray Walker 17) and Moses. Lament Tiant (16- 7) and Blackweli HRs: Del Northrup Oglivie Texas 131 001 10 1 Oakland 006 000 7 1 Hargan. Thomas Foucault (5) (4-4) and Sundberg: Hunter. Odom Undblad (6) Fingers (8) and Haney. HR. Tex Burroughs Cleveland 000 100 5 1 Baltimore 510 001 8 0 G. Perry Kline Hilgendorf (7) and McNally Jackson (9) and Williams. HR: Cle Duncan (15) Kansas City 000 001 7 0 Minnesota 000 001 8 0 Busby Bird (9) and Martinez; Blyleven (10-12) and Borgmann. HR: KC Otis New York 100 200 10 0 Milwaukee 110 000 7 0 Tidrow tyle (8) and Munson; Champion. Travers (5) T. Murphy (8) and Moore. HR: NY Murcer Chicago 000 301 000 4 23 California 031 000 55x 17 1 Johnson, Pillock (3-3) Gossage (7) L Allen Oiten (8) and Herrmann; Lange, Quintana (1-1) (7) and Rodriguez. Hrs: Chi Melton Allen (27) AB R H Pet. Carew, Min.....400 59 149 .373 Hargrove, Tex 253 37 84 .332 Orta. Chi.......296 48 95 .321 Randle. Tex ___318 45 102 .321 Yastrzemski. Box 337 63 108 .320 Maddox. NY___244 43 78 .320 Scott. Mil.......387 52 121 313 Jackson. Oak 323 58 100 .310 McRae. KC 324 45 100 .309 Stanton. Cal___ 274 36 84 .307 Home runs: Allen. Chicago. 27: Mayberry, Kansas City. 19; Jackson. 19. Runs batted in: Burroughs. Texas, 80; Allen. 72. Pitching 10 decisions: G. Perry. Cleveland, 15-5, 750. Fingers. Oakland, 7-3, .700. 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