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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August DON'S BUILDING SUPPLIES OLYMPIC STAIN per Qt. GENERAL PAINT Our Best Quality Ext Q98 Gal. 359 gt. 198 9- Gal. 329 Ot. House Trim..... Breeze Exterior Latex Breeze Exterior Latex COUNTER TOPPING STOCK COLORS ONLY 4x8 only I each Std. Grade 1595 4x8 only each Tex. Grade WHILE THEY LAST! 4 x 8 RIBBON GRAIN MAHOGANY PLYWOOD 2995 TRAYMOR CABINET HARDWARE CLEARING AT 40% OFF STILL HAVE SOME PATIO FURNITURE WHILE THEY LAST! Double Lawn Chair Single Lawn Chair Patio Table 2795 995 1095 149' per sheet 4 X GIS PLYWOOD per sheet 5' Picnic Table (no seats) 4 x 8-% GIS 4 PLYWOOD U.S. 1 per sheet I DON'S BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 328-3535 33251st St. South Lougheed Rockettes racked up three straight victories over the weekend and cap- tured the 1974 Alberta intermediate C women's championship playotf finals staged at Dave Elton Park The Kockettes breezed through the two day double knockout finals held Saturday and Sundav as they defeated the Lethbndge Legionettes 12- 0 while dropping Calgary Richfield Phillies 13-9 and 6-4. In the 6-4 championship linal the Rockettes touched losing pitcher Betty Monsees tor eight hits while getting ad- ditional help from four Phillies errors Clean up hitter Patnca Coates led the Rockettes offensive attack with a triple and single while Debbie Hanson 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 m the top of the lourth frame Christine Coates paced the Rockettes, at the plate strok- ing two doubles and a single uhile Verna Hendron manag- ed a triple and single in a los- ing cause Connie Strachen picked up the mound win besting Karen Meanwhile the Lethbndge entrv 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 the> 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 in the bottom half of the inning but were stymied after scor- ing three runs. Monsees picked up the mound win besting Linda Kish was relieved by Brenda Lazanck Fran Kazakoff paced the locals at the plate with a dou- ble and a pair of singles while Karen Jackson poked out three safeties for the Phillies In the Legionettes only other match, the Rockettes easily eliminated the host club by winning 12-0 Sharon Ann Coates ripped a triple and two singles for the Lougheed contingent while whipped thre_e Lougheed wins Alberta gals' Softball title ettes racked singles for the Legionettes Hutte Kae Motors were also r singles for the Legionettes suffered the mound decision while Monsees earned the win Meanwhile the Picture Hutte Kae Motors were also eliminated in straight games in their provincial playoft bid over the weekend Kae 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 ot 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 tmal frame to edge the southern Alberta club 7-6 Wide throw This unidentified Lougheed Rockettes base run- ner was safe at first after Calgary Richfields1 first base- man 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 Lethbndge m the playoff finals staged at Dave Elton Park over the weekend. Yeager's bat sinks Cincinnati Monday Dodgers are alive and very well Golf league Lakeside Golt Low net Yosh Chaki, Frache's Low gross Yosh Chaki, Frache's 36 Low team net Sugar Beeters Cliff Thomas, Gordie Laurie, Jack Peard, Gerald Snow 139 Eight point sweeps Sugar Beeters over Jubilee, Singers over Imperial Life STANDINGS Flemings Ace Building Fraches Jubilee Singers CHEC Pahulje Parsons CJOC Union 76 Herald Sugar Beeters Oongatti imperial Life House of Leth Walkers A W Owens Lakeside Ladies Low net Hilda Kendall, Mildred Skrove 37. Low gross Carol Andreachuk, Mildred Skrove 49 Low team net Mildred Skrove, Andreachuk. Kendall, Irma Wobich and Thea deGraaf 166 LAKESIDE LADIES Mildred Skrove Fayes Apparel Seemans Jewellery Value Village 114 110 109 108 107 104 100 95 92 88 88 87 83 81 76 75 67 59 68 51 42 31 CLAIMS HOOP MARK EL PASO, Tex (AP) Ted St Martin of Yakima, Wash., a former dairy farm manager, claimed a world record for basketball free throws Friday 315 in a row. St. Martin's name appears in the Guinness Book of World Records with 200 free throws in a row from the regulation distance of 15 feet. That record was set at Riverdale. Calif., high school in 1973. Appearing at a sporting goods store, St. Martin made 304 in a row Thursday before missing. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Los Angeles Dodgers are alive and well in the west divi- sion of baseball's National League Cincinnati Reds are just alive Opening three-game series Monday night, the Dodgers won 6-3 and dimmed the Reds' pennant dream "They're the best club in baseball, there's no doubt about said Sparky Ander- son, the Cincinnati manager, as his Reds dropped 7Vz games off the Dodgers' front-running pace. "If we had that kind of lead I'd say we had a mortal lock on the pennant But the world will never end The Dodgers beat the Reds with Steve Yeager's grand slam home run in the seventh "I was looking for a pitch I could said Yeager, a catcher in his third major league season I got it, a fast- ball that was down In the other National League games. New York Mets beat Montreal Expos 10- 4. St Louis Cardinals stopped Philadelphia Phillies 3-2 in 13 innings, Houston Astros trimmed San Francisco Giants 7-2 and Atlanta Braves beat San Diego Padres 9-7. In Sunday's games, Phila- delphia and St. Louis split a doubleheader with the Phillies winning 6-1 and losing 11-0, Los Angeles downed Houston Astros 2-1, Chicago Cubs split a doubleheader with Pitt- sburgh Pirates, winning 4-3 and losing 7-1, Atlanta split a pair with San Francisco winn- ing 4-2 and losing 5-2; and Cin- cinnati split with San Diego Padres, winning 7-2 then los- ing 1-0 in 14 innings The Mets' game at Montreal was rained out. Saturday, Chicago nipped Pittsburgh 4-3, San Francisco downed Atlanta 3-1, St Louis defeated Philadelphia 4-3, New York blanked Montreal 3- 0 and Los Angeles beat Houston 5-1 Joe Torre's bases-loaded single in the 13th inning lifted St Louis over Philadelphia The victory boosted the first- place Cardinals' lead in the National League's East Divi- sion to two games over Philadelphia The Cards' Lou Brock had tour hits and stole two bases bringing his season's total to 74 Pitcher Tug McGraw's three-run double broke a 4-4 tie in the eighth inning and New York scored three more runs in the ninth to down Montreal McGraw, 2-5, who replaced starter Tom Seaver in the sev- enth inning, delivered the game-winning hit after the Mets loaded the bases. Baltimore manager Earl Weaver has a nomination for most valuable baseball player in the American own second baseman, Bobby Gnch. "II Reggie Jackson slips, Gnch should be in the running tor MVP." said Weaver "If it doesn t happen this year, it Race results CALGARY (CP) Race results Saturday from Stampede Park FIRST claiming 2 year olds 4 furlongs Polar Gale (Gold) 820 2 70 2 10 Peanut Snapper (Niblett) 240 2 10 Ergis Star (Shields) 2 10 Time 047 Ribot Hash also ran Track Scratch Rim Rock, Conundrum SECOND claiming. 3 year olds 1 mile Tip The Boss (Morns) 1030 430 3 30 Brown Rundle (Hedge) 3 40 2 70 Sheba s Echo (Sorenson) 3 40 Time 1 47 Flying Eskimo Miss Heat Mint Parfait Dream Day Maid Of Destiny Wandering Miss Royal Simmer also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming 4 year olds 1 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 Sharp Reply Cloud Chaser Skipper Tan Super Quill Astro Prince. Soon Enutf also ran OUINELLA: Track Scratch Furious Flight FOURTH 000 claiming, 4 year olds and up. mile Iron Admiral (Sorenson) 10 90 6 00 4 40 Chained Flag (Rycroft) 11 40 9 90 Boudmdo (Whittle) 7 90 Time 223 Monty s Gem Flag Reaction. Caesars Song Over School Blesed Hour Fire Line also ran FIFTH 700 claiming. 4 year olds and up 1 mile It's Happening (Pearson) 1240 6 60 4 20 Diddle (Stadnyk) 4 70 3 70 Roily Chino (Sorenson) 4 70 Time 1 47 Swoon Doll Shoes For Jimmie, Frosted Gold, Justin's Prince. Miss Ballaspree. My Meteor also ran EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds arid up, 7 furlongs Gold Heiress (Hedge) 11 50 8 20 540. Marcy Me (Campbell) 4030 10 10 Sheba s Shade 4 00 Time 1 26 Rexequis Hi Bill Patafouf, Bute Boy Patmos Lucky Lover, Tudor Tarts also ran SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Yalta (Coombs) 1780 830 560 Double way (D Wiseman) 21 30 8 60. Spanish Gold (Ollive) 6 20 Time 1 26 Sandswift, Hard To Please Bermark New Response. Blue Pines, Another Bomber, also ran EIGHTH 700 allowance. 4 year olds 7 furlongs Major Presto (Hedge) 1200 640 3 70, Son Of St Crispin (Whittle) 6 30 4 40, Cypress' Cove (Rasmussen) 380 Time 1 25 Dozen Dancer. Chief Return. Count Siempre, Noble Bomber, New Governor, Garden Song, Duke Of Alba also ran NINTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 6 furlongs Hickory Staff (Sorenson) 5 50 3 50 2 60, Same Affair (Parsons) 3 80 3 10, Jome Pie (Coornbs) 5 20 Time 1 13 Noctu Ram Taurus, Haste Ye Back. Eric's Own Wayward Boy also ran OUINELLA: CALGARY (CP) Stampede Park race results Monday FIRST 500 claiming 3 year olds 7 furlongs Bold Balladier (McCauley) 710 400 320 Midnight Wind (Niblett) 1470 760 Fifth Estate (Parsons) 290 Time 1 28 Kissing Cup Ophiree Eager Alder North Miss Julene Blessed Return Gallant VI also ran SECOND 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Fire Speed (Norris) 2850 1070 6 30 Ripple Rajah (Gold) 7 60 4 50 Smgdown (Pearson) 4 20 Time 1 26 Carbon County Mike Mullen Jakes Jewel. Tallyho Joe, Little Albert J Prince Bully also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD 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: FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up miles Law Boss (McCauley) 610 400 3 10 Cotton Tim (Phelan) 5 80 3 70, Sultans Diary (Rasmussen) 3 10 Time 2 21 (Track Record) Lustnous Sun Rma. Pam s Delight Narrabeen also ran FIFTH 500 claiming, 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Pal Boy (Phelan) 7 30 5 20 4 30, Special Stock (Whittle) 1550 950. Doolm Heart (Rycroft) 6 60 Time 1 27 Bull Quartz Steel Slipper Pequma Prmcesa, Devil Nat White Winter. Special Blend also ran EXACTOR: Track Scratch Jean s Goldie SIXTH 100 allowance. 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Bolcanic (Phelan) 11 80 5 10 370 Silver Double (Beserra) S 10 3 70 Picture Frame (Niblett) 3 30 Time 1 25 Jay's Victory Water Wagon Jay's award also ran SEVENTH 100 claiming, 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs New Alert (D Wiseman) 7 90 5 40 4 10 Frenesi (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 added 3 year olds and up 1 miles Suiter's dream (Whittle) 53 90 1750 780 Pilot Bird (Phelan) 500 3 50 Klondike Princess (Sorensen) 460 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 100, claiming, 4 year olds and up. mile Brybe Bee (Kipling) 1630 740 5 60, Theobold (Sorenson) 5 00 3 80, Ed The Due (McCauley) 5 60 Time 1 39 Brazen Bully, Super Start, Barry T, Tara Downs, Bonnie Blue Pal, Split Bat, Burgundy Lass OUINELLA: ATTENDANCE: BETTING: will happen some vear He's getting better and better and better Hhile Jackson the slugging outfielder ol Oakland A's, must be considered a favorite to retain his MVP title Gnch didn t lose anv votes with his, performance in Monday's twi- mght 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 Onlles 63 triumph m the nightcap Short sport COOPER TRIES ARGOS TORONTO (CP) Defen- sive back Billy Cooper, a late cut by Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Football Conlerence. 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 (CPi Al Balding, defending Alberta Open champion, has decided to pass up the Alberta com- petition this vear. entering instead the Canadian Professional Golfers' Associa- tion senior tournament This is Balding's first year of eligibility for the seniors REPEATS WIN BRISBANE, Australia (AFPI Light welterweight boxer Hector Thompson ot Australia stopped Argentinian Carlos in the ninth round of a scheduled lu rounder Fridav night Thompson scored a points win over Giminez on June 14 NASTASE WINS MATCH MESTRE (AP) Italy and Romania were tied 1-1 at the end of the first dav s play in the European Zone A final of the Davis Cup Ilu Nastase defeated Italy's No 2 player. Corrado Barazzutti 9- 760. 6-1 in the first match of the dav. but Adriano Panattu quickly levelled the score for Italv with a convincing 61.6- 362 victory over veteran Ion Tinac CHINA PICKS TEAM TOKYO (API China has formed a 274-member sports 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 inter- national competition The delegation consists of 187 men and 87 women Elsewhere m 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 l.J-8 In Sunday s games, Cleveland Indians split a doubleheader with Milwaukee Brewers, winning 4-3 and los- ing 8-li Chicago beat Texas in a doubleheader 63 and 13-10, Detroit Tigers whipped Baltimore 6-1 in the first game of their doubleheader betore losing the second 9-3, Boston Red Sox beat New York Yankees 7-3 before their second game was rained out Kansas City took a pair from California Angels 10-4 and 3-0 and Oakland and Minnesota split a A's winn- ing 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 de- feated Detroit 6-2, California edged Kansas City 4-3. Cleve- land defeated Milwaukee 7-6 and Oakland at Minnesota was rained out 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 eai uer in the day beating Milverton Ont 6-5 A crowd of more than watched Burlington's Maxme 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. Mavme Hall, outfield. 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