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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August LETHBRIDGE Lakers defeat Blockers twice EDMONTON (Special) The Lethbndge Lakers picked up four points over the, weekend as they awept a pair of Alberta Major Baseball League games over the Ed- monton Blockers Saturday the Lakers doubl- ed the score 4-2 over the Blockers while Sunday they whipped their hosts 9-4 In Saturday's match left fielder Jerry Hig lost a fly ball in the lights Saturday night, allowing two runs to score in the ninth inning and lifting the Lakers to a 4-2 victory over the Blockers Jim Dompier's third hit of the game was the that fooled Hig and delivered the go- ahead and clinching runs as Lakers had loaded the bases for the second time in the game Winning pitcher Randy Maxwell had a no-hitter going until Dale Arson led off the seventh inning with a single to right field Larson collected two of the three Blocker hits Losing pitcher Glen Winder who gave up nine hits, was relieved with one out and the bases loaded in the ninth in- ning by Ian Anderson Maxwell went the distance for the Lakers Sunday the Lakers scored four runs in the fifth inning and went on to defeat the Blockers Key hits in the big inning were two-run singles by Gary Picone and Tim Negrello Les Ohrn went the first six innings for Lethbndge to pick up his fifth victory in nine decisions, while the loss was charged to Edmonton starter Jan Anderson Meanwhile in Calgary the Giants unleashed 17 hits and had three home runs en route to an 11 7 victory over Barrhead Cardinals Sunday The Cardinals replied with 14 hits and one home run John Edwards and Larry Nakonechny connected for home runs in the sixth inning which put the game out of reach for the Cardinals who had fallen behind 3 0 early in the game Jim Lemon who had four hits for the Giants added a round tripper in the eighth in- ning Lethbndge 4, Edmonton 2 Lethbndge QOO 002 002 4 10 1 Edmonton 000 000 200 2 34 R Maxwell (WP) and Bozak Winder (LP) Anderson (9) and Teahen Lethbndge 9, Edmonton 4 Lethbndge 100 042 200 9 12 3 Edmonton 000 020 81 Ohrn (5-4) Hamagami (7) and Bozak Anderson (0 1) Haufe (5) and Waddle Teahan (7) Lemon also picked up the win for the Giants going the distance Keith Van Dekeere, who started the game and worked five innings, was tagged with the loss for Barrhead Andreachuk shows heels to women It seems that everytime the women golfers of this city turn around a new challenge is issued them by one of the younger set For the past four years it was Barb Home and now it would appear Carol Andreachuk has picked up where Home left off Miss Andreachuk captured her second major women's ti- tle this weekend as she show- ed her heels to the field entered in the Henderson Lake Women's Classic With rounds of 90-91, over the rain-soaked Lake Layout, Miss Andreachuk won the Lethbndge Herald trophy for her efforts Jeanette Scotter, also a member of the host club, was runner-up The consolation honors went to Jean Peake of the Country Club while low net in the championship flight was won by Marg Gowlland of the Country Club Despite the weather entries from Whitefish, Mont Calgary Taber, Lethbndge Country Club and Henderson Lake took part in the two-day affair Meanwhile, there will be a junior golf clinic for Henderson Lake members The clinic gets under way at nine Tuesday and Wednesday mornings Second Flight First Vickie Davies second Marg McMurchie consolation Katie Wilson low net Anne Matteotti Third Flight First Edith Faulkner second Doreen Kline consolation Norma Douglas low net Ruth Laurie Fourth Flight First Betty Howie second Voldene Dewar consolation Marion Streigh low net Millie Snowden Fifth Flight First Hilda Kendall second Betty Brown consolation Sharon Filuk low net Thea De Graaf Sixth Flight First Nell Mcln tosh second Dorothy Fowler low net Leone Wolosyn Hawks, Lancers post triumphs The Taber Ebony Hawks whipped the Calgary Irish 17 7 in Calgary Sunday to take the best-of-five Alberta Major Lacrosse southern playoff series 3-0 The Ebony Hawks will now meet an Edmonton team in the provincial finals for the right to represent Alberta in the Canadma championships in Vancouver on the Labor Day weekend Ken Boychuk led the Taber attack Saturday with four goals while Phil Ilhngworth and Boyd Hunter notched three each Ken Hammerstedt and Bruce Christiansen chipped in with two goals apiece while singles came off the sticks of Eugene Yamada, Gary lionises, Roger McAdam, and Alvaro Zanolh The Ebony Hawks had taken the first two games of the series :n Lethbi idge by scores of 24-b and 29-9 Lethbndge Labor Club Lancers take a two goal lead into the second game of their two-game total-point series with the Bawden Braves in the provincial intermediate lacrosse semi-finals The Lancers topped Bawden 12-10 lead by the four-goal performance of Dave Jackson Mike Jackson and Doug Stevens chipped in with two goals apiece for the winners Calgary's Scott Kellock potted three goals in a losing cause The final game is slated for Sunday at the Adam's Ire Centre at 3 p m The winner of the series ad- vances to the provincial finals, to be held on the home grounds of the winning team The Lethbndge Mohawks captured the Alberta midget lacrosse semi-final with a 38- 25 two-game total-point vic- tory over Calgary Willow Park at the Adam's Ice Centre The Mohawks took the se- cond game by a commanding 20-6 margin Paul Byrne topped the local scorers with six and Tony Simioni contributed five Morgan Munroe and Ken Hall both netted two The locals lost the first game by a narrow 19-18 margin The Mohawks will .meet Calgary Acadia in the finals at Adams at 7 p m Sundav Dodgers can't shake Reds, close in on Cards Andreachuk tops Carol Andreachuk of Henderson Lake won that courses women's classic over the weekend in the ram hampered tournament Andreachuk shot rounds of 90-91 for the win honor Killebrew, big day for Twins' slugger The ASSOCIATED PRESS 'I still get a chill every time Harmon said Minnesota's Jerry Terrell, describing his feelings for team-mate Harmon Killebrew honored Sunday in special ceremonies crowd of turned out for Harmon Killebrew Day at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloo- mington and the 38-year-old did more than his share to send the customers home satisfied Killebrew singled home Bobby Darwin to give the Twins a 1-0 lead in the first inning against Baltimore Orioles then singled home Larry Hisle to tie the game at 3-3 in the fifth Terrell follow- ed with a two run single to put Minnesota in front for good Killebrew turned over all proceeds from the event to charity Elsewhere Sunday, Kansas City Royals beat Milwaukee Brewers 5-2, Cleveland In dians edged Chicago White Sox 3-2, Boston Red Sox trimmed Oakland A's 2-1 New York Yankees nipped California Angels 5-4 and Detroit Tigers blanked Texas Rangers 9-0 In Saturday's action, Chicago beat Cleveland 5-1, Minnesota defeated Baltimore 5-1, Oakland beat Boston 5-3, Kansas City topped Milwaukee 8-5 Texas nipped Pel At 5-4 and Ntw Yoik edg- ed California 2-1 Minnesota Twins president Calvin Griffith announced that Killebrew's uniform No 3 will be retired when the veteran slugger announces his retire- ment He hit more than 40 home runs in each of eight seasons, reaching a career high of 49 in 1964 and again in 1969 He has an average of 260 for 2 300 games, has driven in 1531 runs and collected hits This year, used primarily as a designated hitter Killebrew is batting 246 with 10 homers and 45 RBI Dave Goltz 5-6, picked up the victory for the Twins with relief help from Bill Campbell, who recorded his 16th save of the year Fran Healy's two-run dou ble keyed a five-run first inn- ing that carried the Royals past Milwaukee Paul Split- torff 12-12 got the victon, with ninth-inning relief from Lmdy McDamel and Doug Bird The Royals have pulled to within 5'2 games of Oakland Asm the American League West Charlie Spikes hit his 16th home run of the season for the Indians and scored twice, and Frank Duffy delivered what proved to be the winning run with a fifth-inning single to top Chicago Bucky Dent and Buddy Bradford slugged consecutive homers in the seventh inning for the White Sox' runs Veteran Juan Manchal blanked Oakland on three hits but left the game after eight innings when his shoulder stif- fened Diego Segui pitched the ninth and managed to hold on for the victory A two out error by Califor- nia s Rudy Meoli opened the door to a two run New York seventh inning that helped the Yankees beat the Angels With the score tied 2-2, Meoli threw high to first base on Thurman Munson s ground ball and the Yankees went on to score two runs on a walk to Jim Mason and singles by Sandv Alomar and Elliott Maddox Jim Bibb> posted his 16th victory against 14 defeats by stopping Detroit on four hits He struck out four and walked three Dave Nelson drove in four runs for the Rangers, three of them on a fifth inning homer, his third of the year ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles Dodger right- hander Don Sutton has been having better luck hitting than pitching this helped himself Sunday with two singles in a 3-1 victory over St Louis Cardinals "I'm not Dizzy Dean or Claude Osteen with my hit- Sutton conceded, "but I believe that I can help myself win ball games if I can do something else besides bunt Any time you have nine guys in the lineup who can contribute, you should win Sunday's victory, a five-hit- ter, was only Sutton's 10th against eight losses Last year, he had an 18-10 record and the year before, 19-9 The pitcher started a two- run rally with a third-inning single and capped the Dodgers' scoring with a base hit an inning later In the other National League games, Cincinnati Reds routed New York Mets 10-4, Pittsburgh Pirates stopped San Diego Padres 8-1 Montreal Expos beat Houston Astros 5-2, Atlanta Braves turned back Philadelphia Phillies 6-5 and San Francisco Giants took a doubleheader from Chicago Cubs, 5-3 and 6- 4 In Saturday's games Cincinnati defeated New York 5-3 Los Angeles beat St Louis 6-2, San Diego defeated Pitt- sburgh 8-4, Atlanta downed Philadelphia 11-4, Montreal edged Houston 2-1 and the San Francisco at Chicago game was rained out Along with Sutton, Steve Garvey was a hitting hero for the Dodgers He belted a two- run triple a double and a single The Dodgers first baseman walloped his decisive triple after Sutton singled and Jim Wj nn drew a two-out walk in the third inning In the fourth two Cardinal errors plus a wild pitch by Lynn McGlothen, 13-8 set Sutton up for another two-out hit extending the Los Angeles lead to 3-0 Sutton earned his fourth straight triumph allowing only a run-scoring single by Ken Reitz in the fourth inning Johnny Bench drove in five runs with two doubles and his 24th home run of the season and George Foster drove in four runs leading Cincinnati over New York Rookie Tom Carroll 4 0, got the victory with help from Tom Hall The loss went to Jerry Koosman, 11-8 who was shelled for four runs in the first inning Dock Ellis posted his fifth consecutive victory, Willie Stargell smashed a three-run homer and Mannj Sanguillen drove in two runs in Pitt- sburgh s victory over San Diego Ellis 8-8, scattered eight hits and allowed the lone Padre run in the fourth inning when Dave Wmfield singled and scored on a double to right centre by Nate Colbert Jim Northrup's two-run homer and Jose Morales' two run double carried Montreal over Houston Dave Johnson's two-run single in the eighth inning lifted Atlanta over Philadelphia Gary Matthews' home run on Rick Reuschel's first pitch of the seventh inning carried San Francisco past Chicago in the first game of their double- Guentes later followed with a header Garry Maddox led off two-run single to lead San the ninth with his second Francisco to victory in the be home run of the game and Tito cond game Tigers win gold medal NORTH BATTLEFORD Sask (CP) Fred Cardwell earned his second victory of the Canadian seniors baseball tournament Sunday and it was a win that counted giving Alberta the championship with a 5 1 deci sion over Nova Scotia Caidwell gave up six hits and struck out 16 batters in going the distance for Edmonton Tigers who represented Alberta in the series that began last Pitching duties for the Svdnev Steel Kings who represented Nova Scotia were shared bv Tim Bvrne and Billy Mclsaac during the final with Byrne the starter and the one to be tagged with the loss The two combined to give up seven hits while striking out eight batters Tim Young opened the Alberta scoring with a bunt single stole second and came home on Murray double with Sleeves making the winning run on a single by Al McKee Both runs came in the first inning and three more were added in the fourth Jim Pelham registered ISova Scotia s only run when he doubled and scored on a field error in the seventh in- ning The win gave Alberta the gold medal in the tour nament which involved a round robin series plaved in Unity and Lloydminster as Well as North Battleford The round-robin ended Saturday Alberta topped the B pool with a 50 record in the round-robin series taking an 8 3 decision over Ontario Saturday North Battleford Beavers who got into the event as the llth team because thev were the host club emerged from the round robin as big winners in the A pool with a 5-0 record The Beavers met their first defeat in semi final plav against Nova Scotia Sunday coming out on the deficit side of an 11-3 score Thev held fourth place in the series following Sundav night s final game The fourth team to make it as far as the '.emi finals was Quebec which held a 4-1 standing in the A pool after round robin plav Quebec downed British Columbia 2 1 Saturday for the semi-final berth but was beaten 7 1 bv Alberta Sundav It nevertheless achieved third place and the bronze medal in the series Second place and a silver medal went to Nova Scotia Swim champions open record book OTTAWA (CP) The strongest field in recent years is expected to shake the record book during the four- day Canadian swimming championship beginning here today More than 380 swimmers from 58 clubs, including world butterfly champion Bruce Robertson of Vancouver and former world backstroke champion Wendy Cook also of Vancouver will take part in the 32-event final The over-all standard of Canadian swimming is going to take a great jump forward this I mean a drop in times says Julian Carroll executive director of the Canadian Amateur Swimming Association (CASAl I think the record book is in for a shaking especially the Canadian record book and possibly the world he said Canada now has 19 swimmers ranked among the world's top 10 in the 24 men's and women s events that will be staged this week In addition to the single events, eight relay champion- ships will be decided Players returning to camp, exhibition games may be out Carroll savs Canad'an women swimmers are ranked among the best in the world Our women swimmers are much stronger than the men and at least three or four of them are expected to break the magic 60 second time he said At last vear s final no woman broke the minute The swimmers know that if thev re going to make a spot on the 1976 Olvmpic team the> must produce now he said Other swimmers expected to do well are Leslie Cliff of Vancouver Olvmpic silver medalist and Commonwealth gold medalist Gail of Ottawa and Judv Wright of Vancouver both ranked in the top 10 of the world s 100-metre freestyle and Beckv Smith of Edmon ton Patti Stenhouse of Surrey B C Marian Stuart of Pomte Claire Que and Steve Pickell of Vancouver all Commonwealth gold medalists Preliminary heats will run from late morning to earlv evening with eight finals ending each day s results HOVEY ROOFING AWNINGS 4 ON I U VO Off AWNINGS Phone 327-5994 i AP) 1'he 42-day-oid National Football League strike now may be closer to settlement than ever before Sunday, the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) agreed to a suggestion by federal mediator W J Usery that the veterans report to training 1 1 VF BURNED ANOTHER PAN SUPPER, HOT- NEVER WAS WHAT MIGHT CALL. A LOOKER EVEN AT OUR THE SB5T MAN rT WAS FLlRTlN' Wi' ME f MOTHER; AN1 THINK OF >OUR LOOKS END UP WITH A FAT LIP, T LEAST DON'T START, I'MTOO TIRED r Larrp Mr Javs starting Wednesday a sort of cooling- off period while negotiations resume Thursday But the decision to play in the next two weeks of exhibi- tion games was not un- animous When the seven man execu- tive committee of the players' association left the labor de- partment offices some said the agreement was not a step towards ending the strike but lessening the union's strength Ed Garvey executive direc- tor of the NFLPA, was pragmatic about the situation, saying that while the owners have the resources to withs- tand a prolonged strike, the players don't And now that they're willing to report, at least one coach and one owner don't want them I m not about to take a vet- eran under those Houston Oilers coach Sid Gillman said "All it would do is disrupt our camp To come in and then maybe walk out two weeks later is the most ndiculous thing I've ever heard of Bud Adams owner of the Oilers agreed We want players who will come to camp and he said "If they all come in, we may be forced to cut some of our rookies and then they (the veterans) might walk out again We'd be back where we started without any players Joe Thomas, general man- ager of Baltimore Colts, added "I would look at this with a very squinty eye, so to speak This might be some kind of ploy The veterans will come to camp, owners might start cutting rookies, 14 days later the veterans walk out and there is no team NOTICE! Lethbridge Little League Baseball Apologizes for not having the Baseball Draw in June as originally planned. The Draw will be made August 25, 1974 dur- ing the CJOC Invitational Little League Tournament. ;