Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Meanwhile the Picture Lougheed Rockettes racked up three straight victories over the weekend and captured the 1974 Alberta intermediate C women's championship playoff finals staged at Dave Elton Park. The Rockettes breezed through the two - day double -knockout finals held Saturday and Sunday as they defeated the Lethbridge Legionettes 12-0 while dropping Calgary Richfield Phillies 13-9 and 6-4. In the 6-4 championship final, the Rockettes touched losing pitcher Betty Monsees for eight hits while getting ad-ditional help from four Phillies errors. Clean - up hitter Patrica Coates led the Rockettes offensive attack with a triple and single while Debbie Ranson tagged winning pitcher Gwenda Poyser for two singles. The Phillies had held a 2-1 lead after two innings of play. In the clubs other match -up. the Rockettes jumped to a commanding 11-1 lead after three complete innings before the Phillies closed the gap with six runs in the top of the fourth frame. Christine Coates paced the Rockettes at the plate stroking two doubles and a single while Verna Hendron managed a triple arid single in a losing cause. Connie Strachen picked up the mound win besting Karen Swanson. Meanwhile the Lethbridge entry were eliminated for the tourney after a slim 11-10 loss to the Phillies in the official opener and a 12-0 setback to the Rockettes. The opening loss for the locals was a heart - breaking one as they let go of a victory in the seventh frame. The locals had held a 7-5 lead going into the top of the seventh and final inning, but the Phillies came back with six runs in their final bats to take the lead. The locals battled back m the bottom half of the inning but were stymied after scor- By THE CANADIAN PRESS ing three runs. Los Angeles Dodgers are Monsees picked up the alive and well in the west divi-mound win besting Linda Kish sion of baseball's National who was relieved by Brenda League. Cincinnati Reds are Lazarick. just alive. Fran Kazakoff paced the Opening three-game series locals at the plate with a dou- Monday night, the Dodgers ble and a pair of singles while won 6-3 and dimmed the Reds' Karen Jackson poked out pennant dream. thre6 safeties for the Phillies. "They're the best club in In the Legionettes only baseball, there's no doubt other match, the Rockettes about it," said Sparky Ander-easily eliminated the host club son. the Cincinnati manager, by winning 12-0. as his Reds dropped 7 V2 games Sharon Ann Coates ripped a off the Dodgers' front-running triple and two singles for the pace. Lougheed contingent while "If we had that kind of lead Kazakoff whipped three Id say we had a mortal lock on the pennant. But the world will never end." The Dodgers beat the Reds 1-f ^'''^ ^'^^^ Yeager's grand J slam home run in the seventh. I was looking for a pitch I ._ could handle," said Yeager, a catcher in his third major -iCTCtK 11.C league season. "I got it, a fast- ball that was down." Lakeside Uolt In the other National Low net - Yosh Chaki, League games. New York Frache's. Mets beat Montreal Expos 10- Low gross - Yosh Chaki, 4; St. Louis Cardinals stopped Frache's 36. Philadelphia Phillies 3-2 in 13 Low team net - Sugar innings; Houston Astros Beeters.CliffThomas, Gordie trimmed San Francisco Laurie, Jack Peard, Gerald Giants 7-2 and Atlanta Braves Snow 139. beat San Diego Padres 9-7. Eight - point sweeps - In Sunday's games, Phila- Sugar Beeters over Jubilee, delphia and St. Louis split a Singers over Imperial Life. doubleheader with the Phillies STANDINGS Winning 6-1 and losing 11-0; Flemings.....................114 ^.^g Angeles downed Houston '^TJT''^.1J9 Astros 2-1; Chicago Cubs split Jubilee.......................108 a doubleheader with Pitt-singers ......................107 sburgh Pirates, winning 4-3 Se:::::;::::::::::::::::;iSS and losing m Atlanta spm a Parsons........................95 P^if With San Francisco winn- CJOC .........92 ing4-2and losing 5-2; and Cin- union 76 .......................88 cinnati split with San Diego SuTafBeeters-!!!! i!!!!!!!!!!!! is' P^d^^s. winning 7-2 then los- Dorigatti........................83 mg 1-0 m 14 innings. The Mets' Imperial Life....................81 game at Montreal was rained House o? Leth ..................76 out. Walkers........................75 Saturday, Chicago nipped Owens Pittsburgh 4-3, San Francisco Lakeside Ladies downed Atlanta 3-1, St. Louis Low net - Hilda Kendall, defeated Philadelphia 4-3, Mildred Skrove 37. New York blanked Montreal 3- Low gross - Carol 0 and Los Angeles beat Andreachuk, Mildred Skrove Houston 5-1. 49. Joe Torre's bases-loaded Low team net - Mildred single in the 13th inning lifted Skrove, Andreachuk, Kendall, St. Louis over Philadelphia. Irma Wobich and Thea The victory boosted the first- deGraaf 166. place Cardinals' lead in the h^,!!^!,'o! aa National League's East Divi- "^^Z::::.-::::.:::::::^ ^lon to two games over Seemans Jewellery..............42 Philadelphia. Value Village ...................31 The Cards' Lou Brock had four hits and stole two bases CLAIMS HOOP MARK 7^""^'"^ '"^'""'^ '� EL PASO, Tex (AP)-Ted pucher Tug McGraw's St. Martin of Yakima, Wash., three-run double broke a 4-4 tie a former dairy farm manager, the eighth inning and New claimed a world record for York scored three more runs basketball free throws Friday jn the ninth to down Montreal. - 315 m a row. St. Martin s McGraw, 2:5, who replaced name appears m the Guinness starter Tom Seaver in the sev- Book of World Records with enth inning, delivered the 200 free hrows m a row from game-winning hit after the the regulation distance of 15 ^ets loaded the bases, feet. That record was set at Baltimore manager Earl Riverdale, Calif., high school Weaver has a nomination for in 1973. Appearing at a most valuable baseball player sporting goods store, St. in the American League-his Martin made 304 in a row own second baseman, Bobby Thursday before missing. Grich. Butte Rae Motors were also eliminated in straight games in their provincial playoff bid over the weekend. Rae Motors, who sought the intermediate C men's fastball crown in Medicine Hat, came up with the seventh - inning blues as they dropped both their encounters in the final inning of play. In their first match, they were defeated by the Medicine Hat Cecil Hotel 12-10 on a three - run home run in the bottom of the seventh while in their second loss Hay Lakes racked up a single run in the final frame to edge the southern Alberta club 7-6. Short sport ill Wide throw This unidentified Lougheed Rockettes base runner was safe at first after Calgary Richfields' first baseman was pulled off the bag on account of a wild throw. The Rockettes reached first base on many other occasions and captured the Alberta intermediate C women's finals by besting Calgary and Lethbridge in the playoff finals staged at Dave Elton Park over the weekend. Yeager^s bat sinks Cincinnati Monday Dodgers are alive and very well "If Reggie Jackson slips, Grich should be in the running for MVP," said Weaver. "If it doesn't happen this year, it Race results CALGARY (CP) - Race results Saturday trom Stampede Park: FIRST $1,700, claiming, 2 year olds, 4 furlongs. Polar Gale (Gold) 8.20 2.70 2.10, Peanut Snapper (Niblett) 2.40 2.10, Ergis Star (Shields) 2.10. Time: 0:47. RIbot Hash also ran. Track Scratch: Rim Rock, Conundrum. SECOND $2,100, claiming. 3 year olds, 1 1/16 mile. Tip The Boss (Norrls) 10.30 4.30 3.30, Brown Rundle (Hedge) 3.40 2.70, Sheba's Echo (Sorenson) 3.40. Time: 1:47 3/5. Flying Eskimo, Miss Heat, Mint Parfait, Dream Day, Maid Of Destiny, Wandering Miss, Royal Simmer also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: $52.30. THIRD $1,700, claiming, 4 year olds, 1 1/16 mile. Return To Dance (Ray) 9.60 5.20, 3.40, Tiger Tim (Whittle) 11.80 5.30, Rapid Kaiak (Watson) 2.80. Time: 1:47 4/5. Sharp Reply, Cloud Chaser, Skipper Tan, Super Quill, Astro Prince. Soon Enuff also ran. QUINELLA: $66.70. Track Scratch: Furious Flight. FOURTH $2,000, claiming, 4 year olds and up, IVb mile., Iron Admiral (Sorenson) 10.90 6.00 4.40, Chained Flag (Rycroft) 11.40 9.90, Boudindo (Whittle) 7.90. Time: 2:23 1/5. Monty's Gem, Flag Reaction, Caesar's Song, Over School, Biased Hour, Fire Line also ran. FIFTH $1,700, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 1 1/16 mile. It's Happening (Pearson) 12.40 6.60 4.20, Diddle (Stadnyk) 4.70 3.70, Roily Chino (Sorenson) 4.70. Time: 1:47 1/5. Swoon Doll, Shoes For JImmie, Frosted Gold, Justin's Prince, Miss Ballaspree, My Meteor also ran. EXACTOR: $49.90. SIXTH $1,900, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Gold Heiress (Hedge) 11.50 8.20 5.40, Marcy Me (Campbell) 40.30 10.10, Sheba's Shade 4.00. Time: 1:26 4/5. Rexequis, HI Bill, Patatout, Bute Boy, Patmos, Lucky Lover, Tudor Tarts also ran. SEVENTH $2,300, Claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Yalta (Coombs) 17.80 8.30 5.60, Double way (D. Wiseman) 21.30 8.60. Spanish Gold (Olllve) 6.20. Time: 1:26. Sandswift, Hard To Please, Bermark, New Response, Blue Pines, Ariother Bomber, also ran. EIGHTH $5,700, allowance, 4 year olds, 7 furlongs. Major Presto (Hedge) 12.00 6.40 3.70, Son Of St. Crispin (Whittle) 6.30 4.40, Cypress' Cove (Rasmussen) 3.80. Time: 1:25. Dozen Dancer, Chief Return, Count Siempre, Noble Bomber, New Governor, Garden Song, Duke Of Alba also ran. NINTH $1,600, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 6 furlongs. Hickory Staff (Sorenson) 5.50 3.50 2.60, Same Affair (Parsons) 3.80 3.10, Jonie Pie (Coombs) 5.20. Time: 1:13. Noctu, Rain Taurus. Haste Ye Back, Eric's Own, Wayward Boy also ran. QUINELLA: $15.40. CALGARY (CP) - Stampede Park race results Monday: FIRST $1,500, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 furlongs. Bold Balladler (McCauley) 7.10 4.00 3.20, Midnight Wind (Niblett) 14.70 7.60, Fifth Estate (Parsons) 2.90. Time: 1:28. Kissing Cup, Ophiree, Eager Alder, North Miss, Julene, Blessed Return, Gallant VI also ran. SECOND $1,500, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Fire Speed (Norrls) 28.50 10.70 6.30, Ripple Rajah (Gold) 7.60 4.50, Singdown (Pearson) 4.20. Time: 1:26 4/5. Carbon County, Mike Mullen, Jake's Jewel, Tallyho Joe, Little Albert J, Prince Bully also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: $142.50. THIRD $2,300, claiming, 3 year olds, 6 furlongs. White Light (Sorenson) 5.60 3.20 2.30, Rim Rock Gal (Hedge) 5.30 2.80, Gold Emperor (Gold) 2.50. Time: 1:12. Stranger Luck, Prince Gaelic, Black Agate also ran. QUINELLA: $14.30. FOURTH $2,100, claiming, 4 year olds and up, I'/b miles. Law Boss (McCauley) 6.10 4.00 3.10, Cotton Tim (Phelan) 5.80 3.70, Sultan's Diary (Rasmussen) 3.10. Time: 2:21 (Track Record) Lustrious Sun, Rina, Pam's Dellgin, Narrabeen also ran. FIFTH $1,500, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Pal Boy (Phelan) 7.30 5.20 4.3D,, Special Slock (Whittle) 15.50 9.50,, Doolin Heart (Rycroft) 6.60. Time: 1:27 1/5. Bull Quartz, Steel Slipper, Pequina Princesa, Devil Nat, White Winter, Special Blend also ran. EXACTOR: $122.40. Track Scratch: Jean's Goldle. SIXTH $3,100, allowance, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Bolcanic (Phelan) 11.80 5.10 3.70, Silver Double (Beserra) 5.10 3.70, Picture Frame (Niblett) 3.30. Time: 1:25 1/5. Jay's Victory, Water Wagon, Jay's award also ran. SEVENTH $2,100, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 6 furlongs. New Alert (D. Wiseman) 7.90 5.40 4.10, Frenesl (Gold) 5.60 4.10, He's A Cookie (Parsons) 3.80. Time: 1:12. Drunken Sailor, Peaceful Cindy, Jan's Sharon, Mr. Wolfe, Roly Glen, Quick Reflex, Cotton Future also ran. EIGHTH $12,500, added, 3 year olds and up, 1 1/18 miles. Sutter's dream (Whittle) 53.90 17.50 7.80. Pilot Bird (Phelan) 5.00 3.50, Klondike Princess (Sorensen) 4.60. Time: 1:51 (Equals Track Record). Lace Princess, Johnnr's Honey, Vickie's Champ, Perfect Sonnet, Leisure Road, Icy Child. Carmen Gay, Poolette, Mamselle also ran. NINTH $2,100, claiming, 4 year olds and up, mile. Brybe Bee (Kipling) 16.30 7.40 5.60, Theobold (Sorenson) 5.00 3.80, Ed The Duo (McCauley) 5.60. Time: 1:39 2/5. Brazen Bully, Super Start, Barry T, Tara Downs, Bonnie Blue Pal, Split Bat, Burgundy Lass. QUINELLA: $32.30. ATTENDANCE: 8,077. BETTING: $554,243. will happen some year. He's gettiiig better and better and better." While Jackson, the slugging outfielder of Oakland A's, must be considered a favorite to retain his MVP title, Grich didn't lose any votes with his performance in Monday's twi-night doubleheader against Detroit Tigers. He belted a three-run homer, a run-scoring single and scored three times to lead Baltimore to a 7-4 victory in the opener, then added another hit and a walk in the Grilles' 6-3 triumph in the nightcap. Elsewhere in the America League, New York Yankees blanked Boston Red Sox 8-0; Oakland A's split a pair with Minnesota Twins, winning 2-1 then losing 4-3, and Texas Rangers outscored Chicago White Sox 13-8. In Sunday's games, Cleveland Indians split a doubleheader with Milwaukee Brewers, winning 4-3 and losing 8-3; Chicago beat Texas in a doubleheader 63 and 13-10; Detroit Tigers whipped Baltimore 6-1 in the first game of their doubleheader before losing the second 9-3; Boston Red Sox beat New York Yankees 7-3 before their second game was rained out: Kansas City Royals took a pair from California Angels 10-4 and 3-0, and Oakland and Minnesota split a doubleheader-the A's winning the first game 10-4 and the Twins the second 2-1. Saturday, New York beat Boston 6-2, Texas whipped Chicago 12-5, Baltimore defeated Detroit 6-2, California edged Kansas City 4-3, Cleveland defeated Milwaukee 7-6 and Oakland at Minnesota was rained out. COOPER TRIES ARGOS TORONTO (CP) - Defensive back Billy Cooper, a late cut by Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Football Conference, is on a five-day trial with Toronto Argonauts of the Eastern Football Conference. Cooper, who played in the Grey Cup game with the Esks last year, wore an Eskimo helmet on his first day in Toronto. PASSES UP TOURNEY TORONTO (CP) -- Al Balding, defending Alberta Open champion, has decided to pass up the Alberta competition this year, entering instead the Canadian Professional Golfers' Association senior tournament. This is Balding's first year of eligibilitv for the seniors. REPEATS WIN BRISBANE. Australia (AFP) - Light welterweight boxer Hector Thompson of Australia stopped Argentinian Carlos Gimenez in the nmth round of a scheduled 10-rounder Friday night. Thompson scored a points wm over Giminez on June 14. NASTASE WINS MATCH MESTRE (AP) - Italy and Romania were tied 1-1 Friday at the end of the first day's play in the European Zone A final of the Davis Cup. Hie Nastase defeated Italy's No. 2 player, Corrado Barazzutti. 9-7, 6-0, 6-1 in the first match of the day, but Adriano Panalta quickly levelled the score for Italy with a convincing 6-1. 6-3, 6-2 victory over veteran Ion Tiriac. CHINA PICKS TEAM TOKYO (AP) - China has formed a 274-member sports delegation.to the Asian Games in Tehran Sept. 1-16, the Chinese Hsinhua news agency reported. It is the largest sports team China has ever sent to take part in international competition. The delegation consists, of 187 men and 87 women. Lions take junior title BURLINGTON, Ont. (CP) - Burlington Lions left 10 runners on base but still managed to beat Vancouver 9-6 in Monday's final to win the Canadian women's junior soft-ball championship. Vancouver had captured a berth in the final earlier in the day by beating Milverton, Ont., 6-5. A crowd of more than 2,000 watched Burlington's Maxine Hall outpitch Debbie Ross in the final. Pauline Elliott was, the winning pitcher and Heather Sinclair the loser in the semi-final. Mary Skeggs of Milverton was named the tournament's most valuable pitcher and most valuable all-round player, while Marlene Houston of Burlington, who hit .889, was named most valuable batter. Tournament officials also announced the following all-star team: Sue Thomson, pitcher, Linda Cholewka, second base, Maxine Hall, outfield, Burlington: Debbie Hubant. catcher, Quebec; Schroad Miller, first base, Nancy Harrison, outfield, Winnipeg; Heather Campbell, third base, Lashburn, Sask.; Mary Ripley, shortstop. Northwest Territories; Dawn Storey, outfield, Vancouver. �5 at the Banff Springs Hotel Learn to play better tennis from the system developed by Billle Jean King and Dennis Van der Meer. 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