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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August 9, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Miniely impressed Provincial treasurer Gordon Miniely of Edmonton gets his first look at the Lethbridge Sportsplex A cheque for passed over his desk sometime back and he just wanted to see where part of it was going facility He was impressed with the Rudi isn't brilliant, just steady Old-Timers here Dec. 8 Jean Beliveau, Rocket Richard and Elmer Lach on the same line in the Lethbridge Sportsplex9 That s the word received todav from Ray Morton of the Canada Winter Games who in co-operation with the Kinsmen Club of Lethbndge will bring the Montreal Cana- dien NHL Old Timers to the Sportsplex Sunday Dec 8 Led by coach Toe Blake and assistant Frank Selke Sr the Canadiens will meet a western Old-Timers squad made up of players from Calgary Edmonton and Lethbridge coached bv Sweeney Schrmer The list of possible starters for the Canadiens is endless The likes of John Ferguson Dollard St Laurent Fleming Mackell Gerry McNeil Donme Marshall Claude Provost and many more will strut in the exhibition game Proceeds from the game will go to the Canada Winter Games The Montrealers do not take anything for the game they simplj have their expenses air flight and meals paid for Red Storey Stu Henry and Larry Mogum will referee the game The Saturday evening preceding the afternoon encouter there will be a dance and dinner Suiting up for the west team from Lethbridge will be Al Willis, Earl Ingarfield Stan Maxwell Howie Yanosik and Les Colwill Also expected to play is Jimmy Baird Tickets for the game will go on sale Nov 1 It is not known whether there will be reserved seats or just first come first served The price of the tickets will depend on how much help the organizers receive to offset ex penses SHOOTERS SCOREBOARD PLAINSMAN SPORTS SECOND ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL Grand Aggregate Dallas Alberta Denter Denter 59522 Chester Montana Chester Montana Kershner Great Falls Mon Gopher Shoot Charles Bart tana Muzzle Loading Rifle (50 yards) 1st Denter Chester Montana lett 2615 21 Ave South Leth bridge Whoop Up Trail Gary Schu macher Fort McMurray Vukasm Great Falls Montana A v T C Ratcliff 2436 N 840 Tomahawk Throw John Me- W Clinton Utah 84015 Kenney 2601 3 Ave South Stake Shoot Paul Fuog Ed Great Falls Montana 59405 monton Oscar Krause Medi- Knife Throw Mike Burden cine Hat Jack Appleby Pinch 718 12 St A South Leth bridge Running Deer Al Vukasm Great Falls Montana er Creek Dale Ratcliff Clinton Utah Cartridge Trap Dumaresq Consort 2nd Cannon Shoot Vallejo Jim Woodbndge 54 Montcalm Rifles Consort Ave Camrose B C 3rd I lea VyUl i a VI l _- Shingle Shoot Dallas Denter Arnold Myaatveit 13563 123 Chester Montana A Avenue Edmonton Muzzle Loading Pistol 1st- Muzzle Loading Trap 1st- Paul Fuog 11423 44 A Jim Woodbndge Camrose Ave Edmonton 2nd-Charles Dumaresq Con Losey Box 204 Tomahawk Alberta 3rd-Ron Sm.th Box 635 Wimborne Alberta Cartridge Pistol Ist-Pau, sort 3rd-Dick Warner 13547 107 A Avenue Edmonton Also Attending George Ben __________ 9 Rifle (100 yards) Denter Chester Montana 2nd Blayne Nowell 12807 85 St Edmonton Alberta Vukasm 720 3 Ave S W Great Falls Montana 59404 Cartridge Rifle (100 yards) Dumaresq Box 370 Consort Alberta Ron Smith Wimborne Al berta Kershner 1209 Park Garden Road Great Falls Montana 59404 Bench Rest Rifle 1st Dallas Denter Chester Mon- tana 2nd Denter Chester Montana 3rd Vukasm Great Falls Montana Cartridge Rifle (SO yards) Ryan Athabasca Alberta Ev Schumacher Fort McMurray Oscar Krause 502 2 St N W Medicine Hat Gary Mummery 237 Archibald St Kirnberly B C Randy Smith 493 2 Avenue Kimber ly Connie Ratcliff Clinton Utah Hugh and Jay Current 9302 155 St Edmonton Norm Baird Lethbridge Will Strat- ton Lethbridge Bill Anderson Lethbridge Bob Hobbs Jr Lethbridge Robert Phinney Lethbridge Ken Lang Leth bridge Max Baker Calgary Michael Baker Calgary Tommy Baker Calgary George Jost Calgary Spike Stone Chester Montana (Box 211) Jack Appleby Pmcher Creek Erie Ward Pmcher Creek W A Kehler Box 44 Webb Saskatchewan P14IHSHW SPOEIS ill WESTERN CANADA'S LEADING SUPPLIER OP QUALITY FIREARMS, TARGET EQUIPMENT, RELOADING SUPPLIES, LIGHTWEIGHT CAMPING AND ALPINE GEAR COMPLETE GUNSMITHING SERVICE, KENKOfKAS ART BOURNE BOB HOBBS (Gununlth) 329-7th St. S. The ASSOCIATED PRESS Unobtrusive Joe Rudi of the Oakland A's considered somewhat of an introvert by his more talkative team mates is making big noises at the plate this year Rudi knocked in five runs with two singles a double and a home run Thursday night to lead the A s to a 10 2 rout of Texas Rangers and embellish his flashy offensive figures Baseball people know he's a solid player although I ve heard he s underrated, said Oakland manager Alvin Dark Rudi is hitting 310 with 72 RBI and 13 home runs In other American League games Milwaukee Brewers stopped Boston Red Sox 5-3, California Angels downed Chi- cago White Sox 6-4 Detroit Tigers nipped Cleveland In dians 4-3 and Minnesota Twins beat Kansas City Royals 3 2 in 14 innings Along with Rudi Jesus Alou had a good night for the A's Alou opened the game with a first-pitch home run and add ed two singles driving in two other runs Jim (Catfish) Hunter breez- ed to his 16th victory against nine losses scattering nine hits Rudi crashed a solo homer in the third inning, added two singles then capped his even- ing with a bases-loaded double that cleared the bases in the sixth inning Don Money s double keyed a four run third inning as Mil waukee whipped Boston to snap a string of six straight complete-game victories by Luis Tiant 17 8 The Brewers had lost eight of their past nine starts including three to the Red Sox Doug Howard singled to drive in the tying run then scored on Elhe Rodriguez single in a three run eighth inning that carried California past Chicago With California trailing 3 2 Frank Robinson began the ral- ly against reliever Terry Forster with a one-out double to centre field Rich Gossage 2-4 took over and Howard greeted him with a pinch Dingle to right Howard took second when the thiow home got past catcher Brian Downing and First shift in WFL? DETROIT (AP) Owners of the World Football League Detroit Wheels are considering selling the team to a Charlotte N C group which would move the team there "They have been talking to us and I'm sure the matter will be said David Pollack Chairman of the Wheels' executive committee The committee was to meet today The sale price is million, Al Ackerman of WXYZ-TV said Thursday night He said he learned from reliable sources the Wheels were in contact with the North Carolina group because of continuing financial troubles Ackerman said that "terms are the North Carolina group will pay in cash and the rest in equal installments over the next five years with two away Rodriguez singled to left and moved to second on the throw to the plate After Winston Llenas walked Cy Acosta replaced Gossage and Lee Stanton capped the rally with an RBI single to centre Robinson s double and Howard s single in the ninth wrapped up Cahfor ma s scoring Jim Nettles singled home one run and two more runs scored on consecutive errors b> pitcher Tom Buskey and first baseman Tom McCraw as Detroit rallied in the ninth inning to beat Cleveland Tony Oliva drove in a run with a sacrifice fly in the 14th inning to lead Minnesota over Kansas City Rod Carew open- ed the 14th with a single and moved to third on a one out base hit by Larry Hisle before scoring on Oliva s sacrifice fly off relief pitcher Joe Hoerner Race results CALGARY (CP) Race results Thursday FIRST 800 2 year old maidens allowance 4 furlongs Alberta s Answer (Norns) 5 80 3 00 3 20 Glad To Be (D Wiseman) 2 80 2 80 Thru The Mirror (Giesbrecht) 350 Time 0 45 2 (track record) Sweeterthanhoney Nanzoni Bo Jack Page Golden Cojrt Ribot Hash also ran SECOND 700 claiming 3 year old maidens 1 1 16 miles Free Aid (Pearson) 5 60 3 20 2 50 Freedom the main argument WASHINGTON (AP) freedom issues which have been the bulwark of the play ers fight for more than a year and a half remain the central argument of the National Football League labor dis pute The NFL commissioner s role a key issue has become the major obstacle in resolv ing the contract hassle between the union and the owners and ending the 40-day strike it was learned Several of the owners are willing to limit the authority of commissioner Pete Rozelle which has been a major de- mand of the union butappai- entlv a majority of the 26 are not willing to go along with the proposal Representatives of the striking players and the club owners were scheduled to meet jointly today with the federal mediator in an effort to solve their contract differences In another development, player representatives of the 26 teams were called to Washington and are expected to meet possibly as early as Saturday to vote on a new contract offer Meetings were held sepa- rately all day Thursday, but W J Userv the chief federal mediator could not bring both sides together The NFL Players Associa- tion has demanded that the commissioner who the union says is paid by the owners, be 'removed as the arbitrator Meanwhile, veterans contin- ued to trickle into training camps across the country ex- cept in Hiram, Ohio, where 13 Cleveland Browns' veterans went the other way Frank Pitts Browns' player representative, said the plavers made the move themselves without pressure from the union Cleo Knows (Gold) 520 330 Al Blanco (Coombs) 3 30 Time 1 47 3 5 Sher Spite Lucky Lawmanx Shady Do also ran DAILY DOUBLE 90 THIRD 500 claiming 4 year olds and up one mile Old Whisky (D Wiseman) 7 804 10 350 Big Saint (Inda) 7404 10 Mrs C N (Phelan) 1030 Time 1 40 Go Gypsy Who s Laughing Andys Arab Justin s Prince Fire Line Revel Tarte also ran QUINELLA Track Scratch Indian Lake FOURTH 200 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Kuckee Lad (Kipling) 1900 730 5 70 Phil s Hope (Phelan) 4 90 3 40 Bermark (Barroby) 3 80 Time 1 12 Pirates Image El Chico Capitan Win A Point Canyon Patrol Gomes Captors Street Naval Convoy also started FIFTH 300 claiming 3 year olds mile Itchy Foot (Gold) 7 20 4 00 3 00 Hard Woddson (Olhve) 6 20 4 70 Old Cudge (Coombs) 7 20 Time 1 39 3 5 Royal West Super Link No Orders Second Table Raneejo Waza Preppy Aremar also ran EXACTOR SIXTH 000 claiming 4 year olds and up 1's mile County Doctor (Hedge) 4 50 2 90 2 30 Powerful Pop (Gold) 2 80 2 30 Ruster Rouser (Sorenson) 2 40 Time 1 51 4 5 Double Way Hylo Ruler also ran SEVENTH Stampede Park Stakes 4 year olds mile County s Choice (Norns) 5830 19 00 10 60 Progressive Hope (Whittle) 1190 740 Prince Miche (Sorenson) 6 20 Time 1 51 2 5 Victorian Host Sea Reason Flotation Irish Ante Lord Ruken Scotia s King Little Roscoe also ran EIGHTH 000 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 1 16 mile Just Affair (Parsons) 3650 21 10 920 Flying Speed (Phelan) 1050 7 40 Color Me Lucky (Hedge) 4 70 Time 1 46 1 5 Tinga Whippet A Mistake Fast Market Khamite Restless Willow With Speed Morning Master also ran QUINELLA Jimmies triumph CALGARY (CP) Ron Moffat s eighth inning two run double carried Calgary Jimmies to a 3-2 victory over Calgary Giants in an Alberta Major Baseball League game Thursday night Dave Powers started the rally with a single which was lost in the lights, scoring Rick Johnson who had singled Mof- fatt then brought Powers and John Self home Self had been walked mU.itionally Giants with seventh inning singles by Bob Papworth and Joe McAuley had established a 2-0 lead Norcrest 411-Stars win Prairie Division crown BRANDON (Special) The Lethbridge Norcrest All-Stars captured the 1974 Prairie Little League baseball title by defeating Moose Jaw Parkhill 7-5 in the championship final Thursday afternoon The locals went undefeated throughout the four-day double-knockout playoff tourney which also had representatives from Calgary and Edmonton En route to the championship final, the locals whipped Calgary 12-5 in their tourney opener Monday and then followed with a 2 0 win over Moose Jaw and a 5-2 decision over Edmonton Tuesday On the other hand, Moose Jaw, who needed back-to-back victories over Lethbridge to win the playoff series reached the finals by defeating Edmonton 3 1 in the B final Wednesday night In the championship final Thursday Moose Jaw jumped to a solid 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning, but the locals got right back into the ball game by rallying for a pair of runs of their own in the bot- tom half of the frame Moose Jaw failed to muster up an offen sive attack in their half of the second frame and their defensive corps collapsed in the bottom half of the inning allowing the locals to produce five big runs Moose Jaw made a valiant effort to come back with a single run in the third inning and two more in the fourth but the damage had already been done Lance Gilchust earned the mound deci sion going the distance for Lethbridge while John Dzurka with relief help from Mike Strusknoff in the second inning suf- fered the loss Gilchnst gave up just five hits and fann- ed eight in the win while his team mates tagged 10 safeties off the Moose Jaw pitchers Jamie Coghlm led the winners at the plate blasting a double and a pair of singles while twin brother Barry along with Clarke Bosch chipped in with a double and single each Garv Gattinger managed three of the Moose Jaws five hits as he got to Gilchnst for three singles The Lethbridge contingent will now leave for Ermdale, Ont Saturday to com- pete in the Canadian Little League baseball championships Thev 11 have their first taste of action in the national finals Monday when thej face the winners of the Quebec Mantimes en- counter The winners of the national title will then represent Canada in the World Little League Series slated to go later this month in Wilhamsport Pennsylvania Meanwhile in Thunder Bay the Thunder Ba> Nationals blanked Windsor South Canadians 4-0 Thursday to win the Cana- dian Senior Little League baseball cham pionship and advance to the world com- petition in Gary Ind next week The three team double knockout tourna- ment also included Calgarv Centennials who lost to Windsor to set up the final Thunder Bay had been un defeated and even if Windsor had won Thursday s game the Canadians still would have had to beat the Lakehead team a second time to take the championship Rick Vescio drove in three of the four Thunder Bav runs on a single and a double and scored the fourth run when he was singled in bv Oscar Bortuzzo Rob Sawicki was the winning pitcher with Gord Pierce being tagged for the loss Ozark's philosophy simple, just keep winning games The ASSOCIATED PRESS Manager Danny Ozark of Philadelphia Phillies has the National League East baseball championship race all figured out The Phillies moved to within one-half game of first place St Louis Thursday night nipping Chicago 2-1 for Traffic jam at the top CLEMMONS N C (AP) Ten years ago golfer Sam Snead said that because Jack Nicklaus started to play golf so young he will burn himself out before he's 30 This prediction came home to roost for the 62-year-old veteran as Snead and Nicklaus found themselves tied at 69, just one stroke off the pace go- ing into today's second round of the 56th PGA golf cham- pionship Nicklaus not onlv has not burned himself out, but has amassed 14 major titles and, at 34 appears only to be getting his second wind in the game And Snead himself is still a masterful shotmaker and a PGA title threat after 84 tour victories and 40 years on the professional circuit I guess it all depends on whether you can keep on lik- ing the said Snead I m still playing because I keep at it I love the game You ve got to say the same for Jack Three men were tied at two- under-par 68 Snead and Nick- laus bunched with four others at 69 and 10 bracketed at even- par three shots blan- keting 19 competitors The tournament leaders at 68 are Ray Floyd Hubert Green and John Schlee Hobnobbing with Snead and Nicklaus one shot back at 69 are Bobby Cole of South Africa Tom Watson Leonard Thompson and rookie Eddie Pearce Arnold Palmer, 44, bogeyed the last hole for a 72 Other big-name plavers also had their problems Johnny Miller, the season s leading money-winner bogeyed the final hole and shot 71 where he was tied with seven others, including Chi Chi Rodriguez and former PGA winner Dave Stockton Bobby Nichols, the new Canadian Open champion, and Gay Brewer Jr were among the 14 in Palmer's bracket at 72 Gary Player, Lee Trevino, England s Tony Jacklm and former Masters king Tommy Aaron were in a list of 15 who shot 73 Tom Weiskopf had a 75 their third straight victorv over the Cubs All we have to do is what we did today yesterday and the day before said Ozark Forget about the other guvs Just keep winning Eventually we 11 get to where we re supposed to be That seems to be exactly the strategy being employed by the hard charging Pittsburgh Pirates who moved to within 3'z games of the top by defeating New York Mets 4 3 Elsewhere Montreal Expos trimmed St Louis Cardinals 3-2 in 13 innings and Atlanta Braves shut out Houston Astros 1-0 Philadelphia s victory was the fourth straight and fifth in six games for the second place Phillies who kept the pressure on first-place St Louis Ron Schueler of the Phillies and Chicago s Bill Bonham were tied at 1-1 in the seventh inning when Mike Anderson walked stole second and reached third on a wild pitch Then with two out Dave Cash bounced a grounder up the middle that hit the seam of the artificial infield and skipped past shortstop Don Kessmger for the winning hit The Phillies got their first run in the second inning and it came on a bases-loaded walk to Schueler Chicago tied it in the third when Jose Cardenal singled stole second reached third on a wild pitch and trotted home on Andv Thornton s single Richie Zisk s ninth-inning home run gave Pittsburgh its victory over New York and completed a three game sweep for the Pirates, who ve won four straight Zisk connected against Jon Matlack for his 12th homer of the season and made a winner of Jerrv Reuss wno pitched a hitter The Cardinals and Expos struggled into the 13th inning before Hal Breeden s bases loaded two out pinch single broke it up and gave Montreal the victon Bob BaileV opened the Ex pos 13th with a single and moved up on a sacrifice Walks to Ron Woods and Barrv Foote sandwiched around a strikeout loaded the bases and set up Breeden s winning hit Foote s two-out single in the bottom of the ninth had tied the score for Montreal The best pitching job of the night went to Atlanta s Ron Reed who shut out Houston on three hits Black manager inevitable ATLANTIC CITY N J (AP) Brooklvn Dodgers Hall of Fame catcher Rov Campanella said Wednesday the first black manager in ma- jor league baseball won t be a figurehead It s inevitable that there will be a black manager It s tough to predict when it will happen but it s going to have to come It s not going to be a show thing either said the former catcher It 11 be someone who can do the job The first black manager will have to be someone who can manage men to win BETTER CORONET4 DOOR SEDAN Phone ROY MclNTOSH at 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