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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August ANDY CAPP THE SLOKE WHO PICKED or NI5NT- E NOT 86 SO CLEVER NOW ON 'IS OWN.' ONE -TWO- PIVE-SIX- SBVEN- VS OETTIN1 OUITE CIVILISED- '6 DOESN'T USUALLV SECOND Phils, Pirates pressing Redbirds MODEL YEAR'END Moret stingy against Chicago ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston s Roger Moret limited Chicago to just one infield struck out 12 in pitching Boston Red Sox to a 4-0 vic- tory over the White Sox Wednesday night in American League baseball action. And if Morel's fielding had been as impeccable as his pitching, the White Sox would still be looking for their first hit The only safety was a slow grounder by Dick Allen in the seventh inning which rolled off the tip of Morel's glove, then was fielded by second baseman Doug Griffin too late for a play at first. "I have no argument." said Morel of the official scorer's decision to call the play a hit and nol an error "It was a hit, but I should have had the ball Elsewhere, Texas Rangers beat Baltimore Orioles 5-1, Cleveland Indians edged Kan- sas City Royals 7-6. New York Yankees defeated Minnesota Twins 4-1, Milwaukee Brewers trimmed Oakland A's 5-3 and Detroil Tigers blanked California Angels 2-0. Despile Allen's single. Moret was given the no-hit treatmenl bv Ihe Boston fronl ACCOUNTANTS Excellent employment opportunity for industrious individuals who are interested in providing a variety of accounting serv- ices to small and medium sized clients of a professional accounting firm. The ideal applicants must have confidence in handling complete accounting records to the final trial balance stage and have enjoyed a minimum of two years ex- perience. PLEASE REPLY IN CONFIDENCE TO: YOUNG PARKYN McNAB CO. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 1003 4th Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta, T1J OP7 contract was torn up and he received a raise. The hard-charging Phila- delphia Phillies and Pitt- sburgh Pirates picked up a full game on St. Louis Wednesday night, closing to within IVfe games of the Cardinals, leaders in the National League's East Division The Pirates tripped San Francisco Giants, 4-2 and the Phillies battered Cincinnati Reds 10-3 while St Louis was dropping a 5-4 decision to the Braves at Atlanta In other NL baseball games. Los Angeles Dodgers widened their West Division lead to 3Vz games by defeating Chicago Cubs 7-5. New York Mets ripped Houston Aslros 10-2 and Monlreal Expos nipped San Diego Padres 8-7. Ed Kirkpalrick had an early two-run homer and the Pirates were tied at 2-2 in the ninth inning againsl San Fran- cisco Then Pau! Popovich delivered a pinch-hit sacrifice fly lhat scored the go-ahead run Then Dock Ellis, who Ihrottled Ihe Gianls on seven hits, singled home another run for Ihe Pirales. who have won 12 o; Iheir lasl 16 games The victory was Ellis' seventh in a row The Phillies rode a 15-hit at- tack that included a pair of home runs tn Mike Schmidt, who boosted his XL leading to- tals to 32 homers and 98 runs batted in Schmidt and Mike Anderson each had three hits for the Phillies while Del Unser add- ed a homer to Schmidt's two shots George Foster homered for the Reds. Barry Foote's two-out single tied the score for Montreal in the bottom of the ninth and after pinch-hitter Ken Singleton was intentional- ly walked, Ron Hunt singled home Montreal's winner against San Diego. The Padres were leading 7-6 on Gene Locklear's eighth-in- ning pinch homer until the late Expo rally which was touched off by Jim Northrop's single and pinch-runner Larry Lintz' stolen base. B.C. team beaten WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (API Right-hander Jamie Keluche hurled a two-hit 3-0 win Wednesday over by the British Columbia team from Esquimalt-Victona lead Red Bluff, Calif., into the second round of the Litlle League World Series. Keluche. a 5-fool-8, 245- pounder, yielded singles in the first and third innings. He struck out 11 and walked two. Red Bluff scored all three runs in the fourth inning on a single by Keluche, two errors and a double by firsl baseman Greg Shoff Victoria right-hander Mike Bull took the loss. Back to School Fabric Specials Orange. 2.32 fflhr C m a se and YARD 2.66 _ Pldin printed 48 patterns. I VoO% nyon fabric m YeBoW, ersev YARD 1.72 YARD 2.66 Polvester Satin olester fabric roiyeMw Ms ani ,00., AS" wide polyester up to SSS fro-" 2.66 Washable. YARD 2.66 4.44 (CO DEPARTMENT STORES A IIVI'HINW AOMAnPTH Tu Shopping Mall 202S Mayor Magrath Open Dally 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thuraday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We reserve the right to limit quantities. 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P B air conditioning. 2300 miles, 2800 cc STOCK NO. 1376C 1967PONTIAC LAURENTIAN 4 DOOR SEDAN V8 automatic P S radio STOCK NO. 1786A 1973 FIREBIRD 2 DOOR HARDTOP V8 automatic, PS, P B radio, low mileage. TRUCKER'S SPECIAL STOCK NO. 17S4A 1973 FORD L-900 TRACTOR 534 V8 STOCK NO. 1830A 1972 Thunder bird 2 DOOR HARDTOP V8 automatic. PS. P B, air conditioning, 1 owner, low mile- age '6595 STOCK NO. 1784B 1967BUICK 4 DOOR HARDTOP V8 automatic. PS P B radio STOCK NO. 1376A 1971 Galaxie 500 4 DOOR SEDAN V8 automatic PS. P B air conditioning STOCK NO. 1228A 1972 PINTO 3 Door Runabout Automatic radio DUNLOP FOR D SALE HOURS Wide Open Dally a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.mj 328-8861____________________ ;