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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednttday, Auguit 7, 1974-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Norcrest remain unbeaten BRANDON, Man (Special) The Lethbridge Norcrest All-Stars remained un- beaten after playing their second and third games of the 1974 Cana- dian Little League baseball championship playoff finals Tuesday The Lethbridge con- tingent sport an im- pressive 3-0 record in the double knockout finals after whipping Calgary 12-5 in their opener Monday and edg- ing Moose Jaw Parkhill 2-0 and Edmonton 5-2 Tuesday In Monday's victory over Calgary, Dick Reedyk earned the mound win with relief help from John Melnyck while Barry Coghhn supported the cause offensively with a dou- ble and single Reedyk aided his own cause leading his team- mates at the plate with two doubles and a single while Melynk added a pair of singles Jamie Coghhn rifled the third strike past 11 hitters in pacing the locals to their slim 2-0 victory over Moose Jaw John Mazaurka suf- fered the loss after giv- ing up two runs in the fourth inning Barry Coghlin was credited with the mound decision in the locals 5-2 verdict over Edmonton The locals will now be idle until Thursday when they face the winners of the Moose Jaw Edmonton series Rough Riders dump Ti-Cats Bradshaw reports As more and more veteran NFL players report to camp, Terry Bradshaw of Pittsburgh Steelers, left, was one of the more noticeable. Reds slip past Dodgers on Bench's late homer Tennis event on weekend The 1974 Southern Alberta Tennis Tournament will be held at the Henderson Lake Tennis Court this weekend The annual event will feature men s and women s singles competition along with doubles and mixed doubles action Entries for the two-day tourney planned for Saturday and Sunday must be submitted to the Club House before Aug 8 Further information on the weekend affair can be obtained by contacting the Lethbridge Tennis Club at 327- 4673 ASSOCIATED PRESS Johnny Bench hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning to carry Cincinnati Reds to a 6-3 decision over Los Angeles Dodgers Tuesday night and make the National League West race a little more interesting We won tonight now we have to win tomorrow night and then get about six more Cincinnati s all star catcher said after the Reds cut the Dodgers lead to 6'2 games Bench s game winning blast came off a screwball from Mike Marshall the Dodger relief star Bench guessed right on the pitch but added Even it voi; guess right on Marshall that screwball of his doesn t always hang like that one did Elsewhere St Louis Cardi nals took a doubleheader from Montreal Expos 5-4 and 9 4 Houston Astros blasted San at the Banff Springs Hotel Learn to play better tennis from the system developed by Bilhe Jean King and Dennis Van der Meer One week clinics feature 30 hours on-court in- struction TennisAmenca Pro Doug MacCurdy Video tape analysis Clinics begin September j 8, 15, 22, and 29 Tuition (Canadian) in- cludes deluxe accomo- dations (Canadian) tennis in- struction only Call Jean Cimon, Director of Sales, Banff Springs Hotel for reservations Phone 403-762-2211 TennisAmenca 1000 Elwell Court Palo Alto, CA 94303 (415) 964-4800 CAMPERS AND OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS Want To Get Away From the Crowd? Looking for a cool quiet campground, off the highway, away from the traffic and nolae, where your children have tome room to run and play? A place where they can flah In the trout stream or pick wild ttrawberrlea and muahroomi? We are located in the Crowtnett Foreat aurrounded by No electricity, no running water, no ahowera, carefully vlaed Eapeclally for people who camp becaute they enjoy getting back to nature. Located 4 west of Coleman on .Highway No. 3, 1Va miles north on the side road. ALSO Deluxe Cabins With ahag carpeting, and available If you are tired of roughing It. CROWSNEST GUEST RANCH Box 97 COLEMAN, Alta Phone 563-3990 for reservations Francisco Giants 13 4 Atlanta Braves stopped San Diego Padres 52 Philadelphia Phillies hammered Chicago Cubs 8-3 and Pittsburgh Pirates nipped New York Mets 9-8 in 11 in- nings With the Reds and Dodgers tied at 3-3 Pete Rose led off the 10th with a single and one out later Bench blasted his 21st homer Dan Dnessen had doubled home a run with two out in the top of the eighth to give Cincinnati a 3-2 lead Joe Morgan flied out and Bench bounced out before Tony Perez drew a walk off Don Sulton and scored on Dnessen s shot to left-center Los Angeles tied the contest hen Jimmv Wynn hit his 26th homer of the season Mike Tyson s two-run triple highlighted a four-run rally in the fourth inning that carried St Louis over Montreal in the iirst game The Cardinals scored seven runs in the third inning of the second game to complete a sweep Veteran pitcher Juan Man dial and old slugger Orlando Cepeda aren t quite through Manchal who has spent most of the last two months on the disabled list hurled seven innings of two-hit baseball Tuesday night as Boston blanked Milwaukee 6-0 to complete a doubleheader sweep over the Brewers The Red Sox took the opener 6-3 Meanwhile Cepeda who was cut by Boston in spring training and was languishing in the Mexican League until last week showed up in Kan- sas City and ripped a pair of singles in the Royals 17-3 romp over Minnesota Elsewhere in the American League Cleveland Indians outlasted Detroit Tigers 9-7 Baltimore Orioles trimmed New York Yankees 4-1 Texas Rangers shut out Oakland A's 1-0 and Chicago White Sox battered California Angels 12- 2 Manchal 35 came off the disabled list last Friday and turned in a sparkling six in- nings of relief to beat Balti more That earned him the start against the Brewers and this time he went seven before Diego Segui came on to com plete the three-hitter Dwight Kvans who singled home the deciding run in the first game drove in four more in the nightcap three of them on a homer I don t fool myself said Juan I don't throw as hard as I used to I used to strike out 200 a vear and I didn't even fv to Minnesota couldn t control Kansas Citv which collected 19 hits Amos Otis drove in four runs with a homer and a double but the most intriguing part of the attack were the hits bv Cepeda, who drove in two runs in his return to the big leagues It was a good game to break in on said Cepeda who will be 37 next month I realized tonight this is the onh place to be in the big leagues Women's golf this weekend The annual women's golf Classic is slated for Henderson Lake this Saturday and Sunday Entry fee for the two- day affair has been set at which includes a happy hour Friday night Entries can be mailed to Marg Scotter at 3809 Glacier Avenue or phone 328-6373 Thursday is the clos- ing date for entries MEDICINE HAT EXHIBITION AND STAMPEDE CO. RACE MEET AUGUST 13-14-15-16 BOTH THOROUGHBRED AND STANDARDBRED RACING PARI-MUTUEL BETTING HORSEMEN ENTRIES TELEPHONE 526-3979 MEDICINE HAT NEW BARNS EXCELLENT TRACK MEMBER OF CAN-WEST TURF ASSOC. OTTAWA (CP) Ottawa Rough Riders wiped a bit of the tarnish from their defending Grey Cup champion reputation Tuesday dumping HdmiHon Tiger-Cats 30-25 in an Eastern Football Conference game It was the first victory for the team in three starts and the 19 133 fans who watched the game issued a collective sigh ot relief along with rookie coach George Brancato Brancato has made virtual- Iv no changes in this season's lineup professing the team is as good as it was last year We ve got the best back field in the Eastern Conference and the front four is reallv coming on now, he said alter the game The Riders displayed some of the well-balanced play that led them to the top last season Thev picked up 575 yards in net ol fence and received out- standing performances from running backs Art Green and Jim Evenson Quarterback Jerry Keeling threw two touchdown an 11 yard toss to wide receiver Tim Foley in the third quarter and a 21-yard strike to end Rbcfne Nixon m the fourth Evenson picked up a touch- down on a nine-yard run late in the fourth quarter and kicker Gerry Organ booted three f'eld goals from the 25, 27 and 29-yard line along with converting the touchdowns End Tony Gabriel scored two touchdowns for Hamilton, grabbing a 42-yard throw from quarterback Bill Etter in the second quarter and a 14-vard toss from Chuck Ealey m the fourth Ealev connected with wide receiver Mike Haggard early in ihe fourth quarter for the other Ticat touchdown Kicker Ian Sunter converted the majors and also booted a 28-vard field goal in the se- cond quauei along with a single on a field goal attempt in the fourth The Riders came on strong in the opening quarter and controlled the plav Penalties however forced the nulifica- tion of a touchdown Alter catching a sideline pass from starting quarter- back Rick Cassata, end Tommy Pullen razzle-dazzled his way across the field and through a phalanx of Hamilton tdcklers into the end zone But over anxious blocking by Ot- tawa linemen resulted in a clipping and a holding penalty Keeling picked holes in the Fastball Picture Butte Rae Motors and Labor Club Athletics opened the 1974 Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball League playoffs on winning notes Tuesday night Rae Motors snuck past York Farm Generals 8-7 in the first game of the double-knockout tourney while Athletics edged Lethbridge Hotel Northstars 4-3 in the second The third and fourth games of the series featuring the pennant-winning Northstars and Generals in one tilt and Rae Motors facing Athletics in the other are set for Mon- day night Meanwhile in last night's action, Rae Motors came up with two runs in the top of the seventh inning to edge the Generals Hartley Phillips gave up just six hits to earn the mound win while Tom Yip suffered the loss going the distance Tom Tamura and Keith Jorgenson powered the winners' 17-hit attack with four singles each while Dan Tolley chipped in with a triple and single Aaron Clements managed two singles in a losing cause The Athletics rallied for three runs in the top of the ninth inning and went on to hand the Northstars a heart breaking loss last night Doug Hartley fired the third strike past 10 hitters and allowed six singles for the winners while the loser fanned nine and gave up seven hits in a losing cause Terry Rhodes belted two singles and Rick Hamilton a triple for the winners while Tom Seaman came up with a pair of singles for the Northstars Ticat defence to engineer the win aided by four intercep- tions by Ottawa s defensive backs Hamilton intercepted two Ottawa passes and picked up one Rider fumble The Ticats had a total net offence of 432 yards 108 along the ground and 329 through the air Keeling threw 13 passes, eight successfully for 155 yards while Cassata totalled 217 vards on 12 completions of 23 attempts Each had one pass intercepted Ealev threw 25 passes 18 successfully for 223 yards while Etter picked up 106 yards on seven of 13 attempts Both threw two interceptions Evenson was the Riders top rusher picKing up 139 yards on 14 carries while Andv Hopkins rushed 13 times for 48 yards for Hamilton OTTAWA 30, HAMILTON 25 First Yards Yards Net Passes made 36 43 Fumbles Terrv Evanshen who was playing his first game with Hamilton after being dropped Montreal Alouettes caught seven passes for 57 vards Golf league LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net Alf Fazio Phaulje 31 Low gross Dean Harker Flemings and Abe Neudorf Jubilee tied 38 Low team net CJOC Sam Serbu Rustv McCutcheon Ken Wolosyn and Ed Henderson 142 LAKESIDE MEN'S Flemings 116 Jubilee 114 Fraches 11J Ace 11C Singers 10" Pahulje 106 CHEC 104 Parsons 100 CJOC 38 Herald 92 Union 76 92 Sugar Beeters 90 Dongatli 85 Imperial Life 81 Walkers 77 House of Lethbridge 76 A W 67 Owens 63 RESORTS OR DUDE RANCHES CHIEF MOUNTAIN GUEST RANCH invites you to ENJOY A RANCH VACATION with your family in the splendor of Glacier National Park, Montana Gentle Horses and ranch animals, stream fishing, square dancing, BBQ Steak Cookouts-log and leather 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