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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August KAMPAI FIRST FARMERS RANCHERS TOUR OF THE ORIENT 3 WEEKS OUT OF VANCOUVER JAN. 12 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower 7th SlrMt Shopping Mall Phoni (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Two losses Saturday meant second place Norcrest almost did it "You may be second in Canada but with us you're Number One A cardboard sign expressed the feelings of every Lethbndge Little League fan but notably those of some 400 people who were on hand to welcome the Norcrest All Stars home from a 17 day journey which came within an ace of ending at the top of the Canadian Little League ladder The Norcrest boys lost two games to Esquimalt British Columbia on Saturday and had to settle for se- cond spot in the nation after winning six contests in a row to get to the championship final The locals won all four of their games in the Prairie Provinces playoffs in Brandon August 5-8, and then took their first two games in the Canadian finals which began last Monday in Ermdale Ontario But the B C team shattered Lethbridge's hopes by downing the locals 4-1 in an extra-inning game on national television Saturday then whipping Norcrest 8-2 in the final contest Still the boys got a Roval welcome when they arriv- ed at the Mayor Magrath L iMart Sunday afternoon at three o clock Their car cavalcade entered the parking lot to the blasts of 70 or 80 horns and each player was introduc- ed amid enthusiastic applause from the large crowd After brief interviews with each player Alderman Steve Kotch handed the mike to manager Jim Szucs and coach Mike Prokop who agreed that the simply didn t have it on Saturday Esquimalt had to beat Lethbridge twice to win the title while Norcrest needed onlv one game in order to be crowned champions and represent Canada in the Little World Series in Wilhamsport Pennsylvania this week Lethbridge had bounced Esquimalt 6-2 last Thursday to knock the B C club down to the B side of the tour nament Then the locals waited while Esquimalt edged the host Ermdale club 1-0 Friday to advance to the cham- pionship final Esquimalt batters hammered four Lethbndge pitchers for seven hits including a pair of home runs as they scored six runs in the second inning and never looked back in Saturday s second game Ben Christie ripped a three run homer and B C scored one run on a bases loaded walk and two more on wild pitches in the disastrous second inning Esquimalt got two more runs in the fourth when Dave 0 Bnen belted a two run homer Lethbndge got their onlv two runs of the game when Rod Tomita and Gord tagged up and scored on Jamie Coghlin s fly to deep right field in the final frame Melnvk started the game for the locals with Dick Reedyk, Tomita and Barry Coghlm coming in to relieve Mike Bitten went the distance for Esquimalt for the victory But Norcrest really lost the national title in the first game Saturday With two away in the top of the seventh, Mike Bitten singled and Derek Sitar walked for B C Then catcher Jim Sharpe belted a line drive over the center field wall to drive in three runs and give B C their winning margin Norcrest went down one two three in the bottom of the inning Sharpe s blast tainted an outstanding performance on the mound by Lethbndge s Jamie Coghlm Coghlm fanned 14 batters and had allowed only four hits going into the extra inning The locals had taken a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning when Dick Reedyk singled and was moved to third Dase on intield sacrifices by Mark Szucs and Warren Keith Clark Bosch s single then drove in the first run in the defensive battle Esquimalt came back to tie it up in the fifth when three consecutive singles and an error combined to produce a run Norcrest came within an ace of ending it all in the bottom of the sixth when Barry Coghlm walked to open the inning Then Dick Reedyk almost became the hero of the day when he blasted one to deep center field However Mike Bull saved the B C boys when he caught that one on the warning track 190 feet from home plate Sharp s game winning blast was only his second hit of the tournament He had been hitless going into the game but picked up a single in the fourth inning Barry Coghlin the other half of the "twin terrors from the prairies as a Toronto newspaper had dubb- ed the Coghlm brothers had a double to lead the local batters Norcrest manager Jim Szucs expressed disappoint ment at the loss but maintained "I still think we had the best ballclub in the tournament We 11 be back there again he added FIRST BC 000 010 6 1 Norcrest 000 000 5 1 0 Bnen (WP) and Sharpe J Cognlm (LP) and Keith HR B C Sharpe SECOND Norcrest 000 4 1 B C 060 7 0 Bitten (WP) and Sharpe Melnyk (LP) Reekyk (2) Tomita (3) B Coghlm (5) and Keith HR B C Christie O Bnen ANDY CAPP I'VE NEVER TOLD) YOU A LIE, DON'T TELL if I'M 71 NOT A WOMAN WHO CANTTELLAUE S THE BEST JUDGE OF ONE? Vilas Canadian singles king TORONTO (CP) Guillermo Vilas parents always wanted their son to become a lawyer but the scales of justice have been tipped in favor of tennis And on Sunday Manuel Orantes was nolo contendre for the 22-year-old Argentine who won 000 and the Canadian Open singles crown with a 6-4 62 6-3 triumph that padded his lead over the Spaniard in international grand pnx point standings It was Vilas' strong service game and forehands laced with topspin that killed Orantes who earned for his second consecutive loss in straight sets in the Canadian Open final Vilas who was deadly on his placements utilized his speed to cut down Orantes' openings and force the Spaniard into er- rors I made him run and that made it easy for said Vilas I moved him around Vilas is currently riding a wave of tournament victories, having added the Canadian to the Dutch Swiss Washington and Louisville titles He has won 30 of his last 32 matches Orantes felt the match was decided in the first set where he failed to make use of three break points He did everything well He was hitting passing shots all over the court Vilas advanced to the final by employing similar shots against defending champion Tom Okker with a 7-5, 6-2 win to celebrate his 22nd birthday Saturday Orantes sidelined Juan Gis- bert his Davis Cup team- mate for many years 6-4, 6-4 in a match that was tailor- made for him The smiling Spaniard said his knowledge of Gisbert's game was a big factor and I am more steadier than he is While fiancee Jimmy Connors and Hie Nastase of Romania were losing their doubles semifinal to Jurgen Fassbender and Hans Pohman of West Germany Chnssie Evert was cleaning up on Julie Heldman in the women's singles final 6-0 6-3 Miss Evert s consistency was simply too much for Miss Heldman 28 who won the title in 1965 with a victory over Canada s Faye Urban Miss Heldman, who won 600 compared to for Miss Evert, gained some revenge Sunday when she and Gail Chanfreau of France beat the Everts 6-3 6-4 to take the doubles title which was worth 000 to the winning team The singles finalists came back to defeat Fassbender and Pohman 6-1 2-6, 6-2 to take the men s doubles crown, worth 000 to the winning tandem and 500 to the losers The tournament, sponsored by Rothmans of Pall Mall Canada Ltd drew 32 455 fans over seven 018 more than last year Sansei beaten MINNEDOSA Man (CP) Undefeated Saskatchewan defeated British Columbia 6-3 Sunday to win the western Canada bantam baseball championship, sparked by the two-hit pitching of Nolan Thompson Thompson who also hit two singles in the game had a no- hitter going until the bottom of the last inning m the seven- inning game when a B C ral- ly netted three runs Dirk Graham hit a solo home run for Saskatchewan, who now represent the west in the Canadian championships at Coaticook Que during the labor day weekend Earlier B C pitcher Brian Bafaro pitched a no-hitter against Lethbridge Sansei as they eliminated them 5-0 in the double-knockout tour- nament Had Saskatchewan lost a second game would have been necessary Welcome home Lethbndge Norcrest Little League All-stars re- turned home Sunday to a rousing welcome after losing Stockton gave back out in the Canadian Ermdale, Ont championships Saturday in WETHERSFIELD Conn (AP) Dave Stockton gave back his first prize had a little chat with the president and then set his sights on Augusta Ga and next year s Masters tournament Stockton was on his way to the clubhouse following his easy victory in the Sammy Davis Jr -Greater Hartford Open golf tournament Sunday when he was summoned back to the press tent to receive telephone congratulations from President Gerald Ford He said he hadn t watched on television Stockton said He d been out playing golf at Burning Tree Said he's made five pars Stockton and the then the vice together as partners in the pro-am event preceding the Pleasant Valley Classic in Sutton Mass two weeks ago Stockton the leader all the way had a final-round under never threat- ened and won with a 268 total He accepted the 000 first immediately made arrangements to give it all back He donated to the sponsoring Hartford Jaycees and pledged annually for the next 35 years Bob Murphy gave back a portion of his purse when he won here a few years Stockton said "I think it's a good idea The old tournaments on the tour the ones that really make the tour are sponsored by service groups like the Jaycees I think we ought to do something for them Stockton now a three-time winner this season and enjoying his best year ever, had a three-stroke advantage when the day's play started He expanded it to four with a 10 foot putt for a birdie on the first hole and led by five most of the way When PGA champion Lee Trevino three-putted the fourth hole Stockton was home safe It was a fight for second from then on Ray Floyd came on with a 66 to take that third time he s been a runner up this a 272 total ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES J Race results NATIONAL LEAGUE East W St Louis 65 L 57 Pet GBL 533 512 512 475 444 424 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W 2 2 7 10 13 Golf league LAKESIDE GOLF Low net George Swedish 32 Low Gross Gordie Laurie 37 Low team net Sugar Beeters George Swedish, Ron Becker, Mac Crumley, Gordie Laurie Jubilee 128 Fraches 126 Ace 120 Flemings Pahulies S'-gors Parsons CHEC CJOC Leth Herald Sugar Beelers Oorngatti Union 76 Mouse of Leth Imp Life Walkers A W Owens 120 119 114 113 107 103 98 98 97 96 89 87 77 75 66 EDMONTON (CP) Northland Park race results Saturday FIRST S1 700 claiming 3 year olds 1 miles Whistling Willie (Parsons) 6 20 3 50 2 70 Blinking Billy (Norris) 3 40 2 60 Al Blanco (Coombs) 2 50 Time 1 48 Last Entry Cactus Kitty Broken Mona also ran SECOND 000 claiming 2 year olds 6 furlongs Shirley s Fancy (Olhve) 440 610 4 00 Battle Fatigue (Kipling) 4 70 3 50 Tom Court (Phelan) 5 30 Time 1 15 Key To Magic Bashful Bertie Swoon For Peace Afer Gift River Charmer Brown Blend also ran DAILY DOUBLE: 30 THIRD 51 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Winking Princess (Norris) 44 90 2420 1360 Prince Bully (Olhve) 1060 610 Haste Ye Back (D Wiseman) 1220 Time 1 14 Ky Honor Nesh Boy Copper Dan My Elation Pay Your Bill For Rex Pequma Prmcesa also ran QUINELLA FOURTH 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Theobold (Kipling) 4 90 3 70 3 10 Tara Downs (D Wiseman) 7 80 5 80 Mmits Sister (Whittle) 1390 Time 1 Skinny Dipper Quick Reflex Buckskin Billy Morning Master With Speed Thming Sugar Shebas Shade also ran FIFTH 52 300 claiming 3 year olds 1 miles Hard Woodson (Olhve) 5 70 3 70 2 90 Royal West (Kipling) 6 30 4 60 Brown Rundle (Hendncks) 3 70 Time 1 46 La Tia Super Link Worthy Dream Gol Dang Just Magic also ran EXACTOR- 00 SIXTH 300 claiming 3 year olds 6 furlongs Gold Emporer (D Wiseman) 7 50 4 70 3 10 Newcomb (Hedge) 5 90 3 40 Rimrock Gal (Whittle) 3 30 Time 1 13 Itchy Foot Madam Pride Play The Line Morning Page Twins Answer Bi Bi Amour also ran SEVENTH 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 miles Frnas Gold (Hedge) 4 60 3 00 2 80 County Doctor (Sorenson) 3 40 3 10 Valtown (Inda) 6 60 Time 1 45 Powerful Pop Swift Cash Shady Style Rusty Rouser Helkey also ran EIGHTH S4 000 handicap 3 year olds and up mile Son Of St Crispin (Whittle) 9 00 5 50 4 50 Major Presto (Coombs) 15 60 630 Trochu Joe (Rasmussen) 7 70 Time 1 37 (Track Record) Timber Topper Ace Return Noble Bomber Lord Ruken Edies Prize Silver Double Grandin Park Eagle Star Bolcanic also started NINTH 600 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Fortune (Hedge) 4 80 4 40 3 40 Boy (Rasmussen) 6 20 6 00 4 10 Rain Taurus (Soren- son) 3 20 Time 1 13 Destiny s Favour Prairie Hill Jana Jester Joanie Pie Overzealous Mister Bewitched also ran QUINELLA- 20. X-OEAD HEAT Philadelphia 62 59 Pittsburgh 62 59 fvlontrea 56 62 New York 52 65 Chicago 50 68 West Los Angeles 75 46 620 Cincinnati 73 49 598 2 Atlanta 64 56 533 10 Houston 61 59 508 13 i San Fran 54 68 443 21 2 San Diego 48 74 393 27', TODAY'S GAMES Los Angeles Rau (12 6) or Downing (4 6) at Chicago Reuschel (11 10) St Louis Osteen (9 9) at At'anta Morton (12 7) San Francisco Bryant (2 12) at Pitt sburgh Rooker (8 9) Philadelphia Twitchell (6 4) at Cmcm nati Gullet! (13 8) SATURDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh 4 Los Angeles 3 San Diego 4 Chicago 3 Cincinnati 6 New York 2 St Louis 5 San Francisco 3 Atlanta 7 Philadelphia 6 Montreal 3 Houston 2 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles 000 010 020 3 72 Pittsburgh 102 042 17 2 Zahn (2 3) Hough (5) Shanahan (5) Solomon (7) and Yeager Hopkins (7) Demery (4 4) Giusti (9) and Sanguillen Ryan (8) HRs LA Crawford (8) Pgh Robertson (12) Zisk (13) Houston 000 000 201 3 6 0 Montreal 000 000 000 0 5 1 Roberts (8 10) and M May Walker (2 3) Murray (8) and Foote Hrs Hou M May (3) Watson (10) Philadelphia 010 110 12 1 Atlanta 003 000 010 4 60 Ruthven (6 9) and Boone Reed (8-7) Fnsella (7) Krausse (8) and Correll HRs Pha Robinson (4) Schmidt (29) Montanez (6) All Garr (8) San Diego 010 310 11 2 Chicago 126 100 15 1 Grief (6-14) Palmer (3) Laxton (3) Gerhardt (4) Stone (5-4) and Swisher HRs SD McCovey (17) Chi Swisher (4) Cardenal New York 012 000 002 5 10 2 Cincinnati 002 010 30x 6 71 10) Miller (8) and Grote Hodges (6) Norman Borbon (4) C Carroll (7) (9 3) Hall (8) Baney (9) McEanev (9) and Plummer HRs NY Jones (12) Cm Concepcion (8) San Fran 000 000 1 50 St Louis 100 102 OOx 11 1 Bradley (711) Morris (6) Moffitt (8) and Rudolph Curtis (7-11) and Sim mons Pet GBL 550 513 4 508 5 500 6 479 8 2 Boston 66 54 Cleveland 60 57 Baltimore 61 59 New York 60 60 Milwaukee 58 63 Detroit 57 64 471 9 West Oakland 70 52 574 Kansas City 63 56 529 5 i Texas 62 61 504 8 2 Chicago 60 61 496 Minnesota 59 63 484 11 California 48 74 393 22 TODAYS GAMES Chicago Katt (13 10) at Boston Lee (13 11) Minnesota Decker (12 10) at New York McDowell (1 5) Milwaukee Champion (7 2) at Oakland Blue (14 10) Detroit Holdsworth (0 1) at California Tanana (8 14) SATURDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 4 Texas 0 New York 2 Chicago 1 Minnesota 7 Boston 4 Detroit 4 Oakland 3 Kansas City 3 Baltimore 2 Milwaukee 4 California 2 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 001 110 100 4 61 New York 202 101 17 1 Wood (18 14) Pitlock (4) Gossage (6) Barrios (8) and Downing May Wallace (4) (5 0) Upshaw (7) and Munson HRs Chi Melton (20) NY Maddox (1) Texas 100 000 000 1 4 0 Cleveland 000 000 000 0 4 1 Jenkins (1711) and Sundberg Peterson (8 8) and Duncan HR Tex Burroughs (24) Minnesota 000 000 060 6 11 1 Boston 020 051 01x 13 0 Corbm (6-5) Albury (6) and Borgmann Hundley (7) Tiant (19-8) Segui (8) and Blackwell HR Mm Hisle (17) Detroit 000 102 000 83 Oakland 200 020 09x 12 1 Coleman (10 11) Ray (8) and Wokenfuss Holtzman (14-13) Knowles (6) Odom (6) Fingers (8) Hamilton (9) and Haney HRs Oak Jackson (23) Tenace (19) Milwaukee 003 000 020 5 15 1 California 200 000 000 2 70 Slaton (9 14) Murphy (7) and Moore Figueroa (2 5) Qumtana (8) Sanders (8) and Rodriguez HR Cal Bochte (2) Kansas City 000 000 000 0 7 0 Baltimore 000 000 60 Busby (18 10) and Healy McNally (11 9) and Hendncks DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. 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