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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Terrell of course Who was By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It wasn't hard to find the hap- piest man in the Minnesota Twins clubhouse Friday night. No wasn't Tony who hit two a grand drove in six runs. It wasn't Bert who pitched a complete game for his 15th giving up seven hits in the Twins' 14-2 triumph over Cleveland Indians. It was shortstop Jerry Ter- who hit the first home run of his major league career and added three singles to Min- nesota's 18-hit attack. just hope my wife saw Terrell said. never seen me hit a home run in profes- sional Terrell launched a Dick Bos- man pitch over Municipal Sta- dium's left-field fence to start the Twins on their way to a 13-0 lead. In other American League California Angels and Nolan Ryan crushed Detroit Ti- Baltimore Orioles edged Chicago White Sox Boston Red Sox topped Kansas City Royals Texas Rangers pounded New York Yankees and Oakland A's bested Mil- waukee Brewers 3-2. ROBINSON HAPPY A home run also meant a lot to Frank Robinson in the An- lopsided victory. It v.-as his 23rd cf the season and 545th of his which put him in fourth place on the all-time home run list. means there are only three ahead of me in home Robinson and since those three are Babe Henry Aaron and Willie Robinson has something to be proud of. quite an he said. Mike Epstein also homered as Ryan mowed the Figers down. Jim with relief help from Grant picked up his ninth consecutive Baltimore victory and raised his career record to 117-54 for a per- centage of among ac- Jve majcr league pitchers. Bobby with a sacrifice and Rich with a drove in the runs that sent Stan Bahnsen to his 14th lefeat in 15 games against the The triumph increased Balti- more's lead over Detroit to IVz 5 a m e s in the American League's Eastern Division. Marty Pattin came out of the Boston bullpen to preserve the victory for Rogelio 7-0. Carl Yastrzemski had driven in two runs and sparked a four- run fifth inning rally that put the Red Sox hi front. ROOKIE TRIUMPHS Rookie David Clyde scattered nine hits in stifling the Yan- kees. told me I was nine-years old the last time the Yankees won a Clyde said after notching his fourth win in eight Clyde continued. was always against the Yankees when I was a kid. I guess it's a matter of rooting for the under- Ken Holtzman won his 18th game of the season with a six- hitter to help the A's increase their lead in the Western Divi- sion to one game. He had a no- hitter until the fifth inning when George Scott hit his home run of the year over the centre- field fence. Deron Johnson bad hit his 17th for A's in the pre- vious scoring what proved to be the game winner. Going loiv Brockville pitcher Mickey Collison goes in low for pitch during Friday's final of the Canadian Little League championship. His the Ontario representa- lost 1-0 to the British Columbia champions. Aaron busy Allen seeks new home First interlocking tilt set North Stars host Royals iii finals i What league is Is the Eastern Football Conference stronger than the Lethbridge North Stars are in a do-or-dis situation when they host Medicine Hat Assinaboia Hotel Royals in the second and possibly final game of the Southern Alberta senior B men's fastball championship finals tonight. The visiting Royak currently lead the North Stars in the best- of-three final playoff series and could wrap things up with the victory at Dave Elton to- night. But should the North Stars prevail in that a third and final match will be played to determine who will represent southern Alberta in the provin- cial finals slated later this month in Calgary. In the opening encounter of the the Royals blanked the local North Stars 6-0. 1969 OLDSMOBILE 98 LS every option. Mostly Excellent condition. Contains way driven. Offers only. Phone after 5 high- p.m. RECrlNA The ques- Cup contestants from the West tion rampant in the West this j last hold a share of first place in the WFC with Edmon- ton Eskimos. Both clubs have Western Football The first interlocking game of Canadian Football League be played Monday it will hardly provide the the will but answer because less-than-whole teams will battle when Ottawa Rough Riders visit Saskatche- wan Roughriders. The scheduled for 8 p.m. CST p.m. will be televised nationally by the CBC. Ottawa is hurting through in- juries to defensive back Art Cantrelle and running back Terry Wellesley and Saskatche- wan has problems with the re- ported loss of Scott Woods to the 30-day injury list. Cantrelle for will be in the thick of things de- spite a bad ankle and back. two wins and one loss. Ottawa coach Jack Gotta has been working his charges to the limit preparing for the game- putting them through two full hours each has brought back Rhorne Nixon to give quarterback Jerry Keeling someone to throw to. To bring in Nixon. Gotta has to drop an American and he's torn between Dick Adams and Herb Marshall. Marshall dropped a number of passes in Ottawa's last game but the coach hasn't given up on him. tough and he likes to says Gotta. Saskatchewan likely will play a new line- backer in the place of Scott Woods. Tallon issued Hull's sweater CHICAGO Dale strapping new centre prospect for Chicago Black get well taped in the sore will be wearing No. spots and I'll be says i Bobby Hull's number before he Canlrelle. need this game and I want to be part of trying to win it. we still have a few days before the Saskatche- wan game and my condition should be even The Riders from the East are n dire need of a having lost their first three games this season. Grey LEACUES WILL START SEPT. 4 Pick A League and Join the Fun LADIES LEAGUES Wednesday and a.m. Tues.r Thurs. p.m. p.m. p.m. MIXED LEAGUES Moru p.m. Wed.-9 p.m YOUNG ADULTS MEN'S LEAGUE p.m. SENIOR CITIZENS Sunday-7 p.m. Mon. ond Thun.-2 p.m. YOUTH BOWLERS SEPT. 8th MOONLIGHT BOWLING EVERY SUNDAY 8 2 mldnttt MAKE UP A TEAM PHONE 328-4089 TODAY j jumped to the World Hockey Association. The 22-year-old Tallon wore the same number in an un- happy stay with Vancouver Ca- nucks of the National Hockey League before his trade to the Black Hawks last .May. no way I would have played another season for Van- said the 200-pound Tallon at a Chicago unveiling Thursday at which he disclosed he has signed a three-year con- tract with the Hawks. didn't like the way they did tilings or the vvay they treated the said Talton. ''I'd play four or five ber different positions every couple of games without any advance warning. It's tough enough to play one position well in the NHL. PLANNED TO SIT OUT I hadn't been I'd have sat out a season before go- ing back to Chicago officials said tTiere was no attempt to anybody by awarding Hull's old number to Tallon. Said coach Billy the number Tallon wore at Van- couver and a fellow likes to keep the same number if pos- sible. it was one of tie few numbers we had General manager Tommy Ivan not trying to humiliate Bobby in any way. He was a terrific hockey player. But we've never retired a num- see no reason Pete who had tryouts with Ham- ilton Tiger-Cats and Toronto Ar- has been added to the roster and probably will fill in for Woods. Rock Perdoni. injured a couple of weeks ago in a game against British Columbia could be ready to return to his defensive tackle spot if his bruised shoulder heals suf- ficiently. Saskatchewan's premier full- back George Reed is hoping to shatter yet another rushing record but Ottawa's vaunted-de- fensive line will have something to say about that. who holds the all-pro record of 107 touchdowns rush- is just 81 yards shy of breaking another professional football yards rushing held by Jimmy formerly of Cleveland Browns of the National League. Another flanker Gord is zeroing in on a club record to pass catching but so far this season his progress has been slow to say the least. in his 10th has caught 225 passes for 4.087 yards. That's 96 catches and 4S7 yards short of the club record held by former great Hugh Campbell. So far this Barwell hasn't caught one pass. a bit says Barwell. it'll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hank Aaron has been so busy chasing Babe Ruth he didn't know he caught Stan Musial. Bernie Allen has been so busy chasing Montreal Expos he'd just like to catch some sleep. who used to call Min- Washington and New York his home is looking for a new one. don't even know where I'm going to sleep Allen said after his bases-loaded single in the bottom of the ninth capped a three-run lifting the Expos to an 8-7 National League baseball victory over Aaron and Atlanta Braves Fri- day night. In that game Aaron belted ca- reer homer No. which gave him 1377 extra base tying him with Musial in that depart- ment. didn't know anything about the Musial mark till they an- nounced it Aaron said. Elsewhere in the Chi- cago Cubs stopped Los Angeles Dodgers Cincinnati Reds nipped New York Mets 2-1 in 10 San Francisco Giants beat Pittsburgh Pirates Philadelphia Phillies whipped Houston Astros 8-3 and San Diego Padres defeated St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 in 13 innings. Aaron's SOth homer of the year tied him with Musial and left him 11 short of Babe Ruth's record. HE GETS AROUND It was understandable that Allen didn't know about his Fri- day night accommodations. Last week Allen was sold from his third Yan- his Expos. Thursday he returned to New York to gather some belongings and arrived in Montreal Friday afternoon. That was just soon enough. The victory put Montreal in a second-place tie in the Eastern Division pennant three games back of t. Louis Cardi- nals. Johnson scored on Frank Cepedino's single and Ralph Garr Mike Lum Darrell Evans walked and Aaron scored Lum with a sacrifice fly for a 7-5 lead. But in the bottom of the in- ning A'len brought the tying and winning runs home. Billy Williams smacked his 15th homer to back the com- bined three-hit pitching of Bill Bonham. and Bob pricing the Cubs. who struck out nine and walked took a one-hit- ter into the ninth before loading the bases on a walk and two singles. But Locker came on to induce Steve Garvey to hit his first pitch back to the mound for a game-ending double play. Steve Carltcn hurled an eight- regained the National League strikeout lead by fan- ning 11 Astros and slugged a homer in his beha'f as the Phils stunned the Astros 8-3. The Philadelphia left hander now has 187 strikeouts. Willie McCovey slugged two homers to help Ron Bryant to his 18th victory of the season in the Giants' 5-3 triumph over the Padres. Bryant lost both his perfect game and his no-hitter in the seventh when the 'Pirates scored two runs but Elias Sosa for the save. Pinch-hitter Hal King's home run leading off the 10th inning lifted the Reds to a 2-1 victory over the Mets. New York's George Stone had carried a two-hit shutout into the ninth but two-out singles by Dan Tony Perez and Johnny Bench tied the game at 1-1. PM HAS AN ACE Japan Japanese Prims Minister Ka- kuei Tanaka shot a hole in one Friday white vacationing at the summer resort town of Ha- southwest of Tokyo. Tan- aka sank his tee shot on the 145- par-three ninth hole. r Race results EDMONTON Northlands Park race results Friday. FIRST SI 7 fur- longs. Miss Easter Day 13.90 8.00 Mr. Lament 10.00 Tidy Force 4.80. 4-5. Silk Nobody's Mys- tical Mister Ben's also ran SECOND SI 4-yMr-pids and 7 furlonas. Sunshine Charlie 'D. 4270 13.60 Sister City i.OO Celtic Plot 3 60. Time- 3-S. Split Mike Lonk also ran. DAILY SJ19.00 THIRD 1 1-16 miles. A-vard fD. Wiseman' 16.80 S.M Doollii Heart 3.40 Lsn'i Birthday 4.90. 1-5. Sheba's Fair Hay- Dark Belmcnt Baron also 471.40 FOURTH SI 4-year-olds and IVs miles. Another Bomber 17.10 S.OO Lunar Chief 7.10 Stettler Auction 4.80. 1.S7 I-S Flight Baha More County Doctor also ran. FIFTH 7 fur- longs. Easy To Love 7.30 2.50 Red Power 230 Calgary Red 3.00. Vic's Dondolbar also ran. SIXTH Canadian firtt 3-year-olds. I'B milfs. 1 Champagne Butch iShWfto m t Chief Return 730 Menkey Pod ID. 3.70. 1-5. Free To Duke Of Wier- zad. Banker's Trip also ran. SEVENTH Canadian second divi- miles. Grandin Park 4.80 2.60 Wing Span 2.90 Merging Fire 4.20. Pentode Singing Irish Knave also ran. EIGHTH 4-year-olds and 7 furlongs. Burgundy Lasi 7 60 t .10 Cumlcops 5.30 Star Trip 3.40. 1-5. Day Will Ky Big Edge. Return To Caesars Song also Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION PAVILION AUG. 20 p.m. North American Title Grudge Match DAN KROFFAT vs GIL HAYES OMAR ATLAS vs THE VIKING 5 Exciting Matches Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV CANADA'S NO. 1 LOADER Loads BOBCAT 4 wheel drive Unloodi if 4 500 Ib. to Ib. if Rent with or without operator if Contract pricct available PHONE 328-4765 AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR C ond J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. Lethbridge Bock-to-School Special ON A CCM CONCORDE 10 SPEED Reg. NOW ONLY THE BEST BIKE IN ITS CLASS OTHER 10 SPEEDS BY PUEGEOT RALEIGH MIRAGE BRC ftENNr Starting ot Bert Mac's Cycle Ltd. 913 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY OPENS THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M. 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