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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE Angmt KAMPAI FIRST FARMERS RANCHERS TOUR OF THE ORIENT 3 WEEKS OUT OF VANCOUVER JAN. 12 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Leaping crash A as he leaping Bobby Bonds crashes into Philadelphia Phillie pitcher Gene Garber scores in sixth inning. King upset with umpire, Rangers bad on basepaths ASSOCIATED PRESS Atlanta's Craig Robinson, hit in the jaw by a pitch from Montreal's Dennis Blair Wednesday night, had more than his mouth bruised by the ball. Although x-rays showed that Robinson's jaw was not broken and he was able to return to Atlanta Stadium to see the end of the Braves' 6-1 triumph over the Expos, he was a disillusioned young man. "When I was lying there on the ground, there wasn't a thing I liked about major league baseball." said Robinson. "If that's major league baseball, I'm ashamed JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT Bowl this Season at DOWNTOWN BOWLADROME Because our pinsetters are local students, we cannot accom- modate leagues during school hours, but on evenings and weekends we have something go- ing for everyone in the family. From Monday through Friday evenjngs we nave adult leagues at seven and nine o'clock, in both Five and Ten Pin. On weekends, beginning at a.m. Saturdays, we have a full Youth Bowling Program, again in both Five and Ten Pins. These youth leagues a'e organized in the Canada-wide Y.B C Program, with competent instructors to coach and assist our young bowlers as they par- ticipate m local, provincial and national competitions The key word in this unique YBC program is participation. Not every one may excel, but almost everyone may participate. Regardless of their ability to excel, we en- courage all our bowlers to par- ticipate, and invite any others who might be interested to join in the fun. Our motto is "Just for the Fun of It" and at Downtown Bpwladrome we try to keep bowl- ing on a fun basis. Our bowling fees are the lowest in the province, with the exception of an Armed Services sponsored bowling centre in Cold Lake, so we do not offer any giant jackpots, but our leagues do run interesting bowling programs during the year, including par- ticipation in local, provincial and national competitions, and all have banquets and social evenings at the end of the season, when league trophies and prizes are awarded. Whether you are a bowler now or not, whether you are a high- average bowler or just an average bowler like most of us: whether you are six or eighty-six, or anywhere in between, if you are interested in good clean fun and recreation, we have a spot for you Join one of our leagues NOW and be ready to start the season with us during the week ending September 7th. 1974, after the long week-end Y.B C. Registrations will be on Saturday. August 24, 1974 as follows: a.m. 3 p.m.: 5 Pin Bowlers p.m.: 10 Pin Bowlers "JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT" bowl at DOWNTOWN BOWLAOROME 319A-7th St. South Phone 328-7122 of it and don't want any part of it." Immediately before Robinson was hit. Dusty Baker had slammed a three- run homer off Blair and Dave Johnson had hit a solo homer Braves' manager Clyde King saw something more than a coincidence there. "Can you believe what hap- pened? "King asked. "We had just hit two home runs, and the count was O-and-2 when Robbie was hit. And their pitcher doesn't even get a warning. "Then in the ninth, when he had a five-run lead and there were two down, the ump warns Carl Morton (who had just hit Tim That warning cost Morton an automatic fine. Elsewhere in the National League. New York Mets trimmed Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2, San Francisco Giants beat Philadelphia Phillies 6-4, Chi- cago Cubs edged Houston As- tros 6-5, Cincinnati Reds nipped Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 in 10 innings and St. Louis Cardinals defeated San Diego Padres 5-1. Texas Rangers died with their boots Wednesday night. Making a lot of base-running mistakes, they lost a 6-5 deci- sion to Milwaukee Brewers. Three of their runners were thrown out trying to steal sec- ond, another was but trying to go from first to third on a single and another was nailed at home. Even an attempt suicide squeeze blew up in the Rangers' faces. Milwaukee catcher Darrell Porter was responsible for a lot of the Texas frustration. He threw out the three runners, tagged one sliding home on a great throw fro.n right-fielder Dave May and contributed a big dougle in the eighth. In other American League games, Minnesota Twins edged Cleveland Indians 1-0; Baltimore Orioles stopped Chicago White Sox 5-4; Kansas City Royals whipped Detroit Tigers 9-1; California Angels blanked Boston Red Sox 5-0 and New York Yankees trimmed Oakland A's 4-1. Porter doubled home the ty- ing run in the eighth inning and scored on Tim Johnson's pinch-single to provide Milwaukee's victory. With Texas leading 5-4, George Scott opened the eighth with a double and scored on Porter's double. Ferguson Jenkins, 16-11, retired the next two batters, then Johnson batted for John Vukovich and singled to centre, driving Porter home with the winning run. HENDERSON LAKE LADIES' GOLF CLUB Gratefully acknowledge the following sponsors to our third annual classic The Lethbridge Herald Schwartz Insurance Agencies Classic Coiffures Seeman's Jewellery Ltd. Value Village Markets Ltd. Safeways Mrs. Scott- Avon Products Harry Cox-Lethbridge Gentlemen III Menswear Ltd. Pahulje Construction Ltd. Fleming Motors Ltd. Maxine's Ladies Wear Sicks' Lethbridge Brewery Ltd. Earl Francis Pro Shop Radio CHEC The Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta