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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August LETHBRIDGE HERALD-27 Amy A Icon closes to within a stroke Massey finds a competitor EDMONTON (CP) An 18- year-old California girl, sur- prised to find herself within one shot of first place after 54 holes of the Canadian women's amateur golf cham- pionship, sat back Friday night to enjoy it. "The best thing about golf is that I get to meet so many great said Amy Alcott of Pacific Palisades, who fired a three-under-par 72, the best round of the day, to pull within one shot of the total of 219 produced by Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Friday First claiming. 2 yearoldi. 6 furlongs Troubled Queen (Hqndnrksl 6 90 4 50 450 Wee Dortv (Hedge) 5 60 4 80 Polar Lady (Shields) 770 Time 1 15 (iracious Host Castor Creek. Mr Zion. Special Spirit. Evers Arctic New Lite. Jeannie Cash also ran Second S2.000 claiming, 3 year olds, 6 furlongs Bellbora (Gold) 2990 11.00 670 Atterol (McCauley) 3 90 3 50 Merry's Hi C (Sorenson) 4 50 Time 1 13 1-5 Senator Sam. Hail To Lightning. Arctic Love. Clara's Caper. Chanson Du Norde Lynn Rock's Pebble also ran Track Scratch Nauti Nash Daily Double: Third S1.800. claiming. 4 year olds and up. mile Big Saint (Inda) 5 10 2 70 2 70 Rajah (Gold) 3 30 4 50 Smoothie (Phelan) 2 50 330 Time 1 38 4-5 Jody Star Caesar Boy. Trusted Position. Chained Flag. Easygopaddy Lady's Trip, It s Happening also ran Quinella: Big Saint-Ripple Rajah S5 80 Big Saint-Uncle Smoothie S890 heat Fourth 200 claiming. 3 year Olds 6 furlongs Madam Pride (Hedge) 5 40 3 70 2 70 Libation (Rasmussen) 5 30 3 40 Derby Dart (Sorenson 2 80 Time 1 12 3-5 Phantom Chic. Bahama Kate, Santa Fe King Fathers Trust also ran Fifth S1.600. claiming, 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Janna Jester (D Wiseman) 11 40 b 10 4 10 Revel Tarte (Coombs) 14 00 8 60 Rain Taurus (Sorenson) 4 00 Time V12 2-5 Winter Field Hopi Joe Haste Ye Back, Porque Si Sprack, Wily Sabie Also ran Exactor: S133 90 Sixth S1.900, claiming. 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Gold Heiress (Hedge) 31 30 9 70 4 90 New Alert (D Wiseman) 3 80 3 00 Mr Wolfe (Inda) 5 60 Time 1114-5 Celtic Plot. Patapouf. Phil's Hope. Tay's Talent Mighty Hawk. Cary Beau Tudor Tarts also ran Seventh S2.300. claiming. 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Sandswift (Ollive) 7 20 3 90 3 20 Gift Box (D Wiseman) 3 60 2 80 Judge Tardy (Rasmussen) 4 80 Time 1 11 3-5 Drunken Sailor. Pops Lady Make It Magic Sen Bar. Call Me Star also ran Track Scratch Airdne Bob Eighth S7 500 handicap. 3 year olds and up 1 1-16 miles Trochu Joe (Hasmussen) 6 90 3 60 240 Timber Topper (Norris) 3 20 2 20 Major Presto (Hedge) 2 20 Time 1.44 Jay Divisive Jay s Victory also ran Ninth S1.900. claiming 4 year olds and up, 1 1-16 miles Old Whiskey (D Wiseman) 6 60 4.60 300 Quick Reflex (Niblett) 11 10 620 Sandy's Splendour (Hedge) 3 40 Time 1 45 4-5 Fast Market Hey Joker Kaps Call Law Boss Khamite also ran Quinella: 40 Track Scratch Hope You Hurry Attendance: 6 213 Betting: 144 Taiwan looks for fourth straight WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) A Little League team from Koa Hsiung, Taiwan, goes after the island's fourth straight Little League world championship Saturday amid some local resentment at the foreign domination of the so- called American pastime. Players, coaches and parents of a Red Bluff, Calif., team, Taiwan's opponent in the final, are the only people saying that the Asian little leaguers can be beaten. Last year, 12-year-old players on the Taiwan team were booed as they took the field. In preliminary games this year, the American crowds have been somewhat more po- lite. The families of U. S. play- ers have cheered loudly when the Taiwan team has been in- troduced, nearly drowning out the scattered catcalls. Volunteers who run Little League programs throughout the country are on annual pil- grimages to this central Penn- sylvania town, hoping to see Red Bluff win. but almost con- ceding another triumph for the Taiwanese. Last year, a team from Tai- nan City, Taiwan, pitched three straight no-hitters at their rivals and outscored them 57-0. In its first two games against U. S. teams this year. Taiwan has 27 runs. Its opponents have had two hits and no runs. The team is led by Lin Wen probable starting pitcher against Red Bluff who threw a one-hitter in Taiwan's opening-round 16-0 victory over New Haven, Conn. Lin had one home run in that game and two more in an 11-0 second-round victory over Tallmadge, Ohio. The Kao Hsiung Little League organized just this year, team interpreters said. Little League districts across the island were re-organized after a study of the Taiwanese baseball program ordered last fall by Litte League head- quarters in Williamsport. EASTWAY ESSO SERVICE AUCTION SALE SAT., AUG. Highway No. 3 East of Lethbridge Across from Alberta Wheat Pool Elevator TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Quantity of Anti-Freeze; New and Used Tubes; New and Used Summer and Winter Tires 14" and 15''; New 6 and 12 Volt Batteries (Acid Supplied to Tool Box; Set Mechanic Tools; Quantity Miscellaneous Hand Tools; W Electric Drill; Elec- tric Drill; Machine Jack; Comealong; 5 Metal Cabinets (various Transmission Greaser; Quantity of Spark Plugs; Oil Filters and Air Filters; New Nuts, Bolts and Washers (various 14" and 15" Wheels for Major Makes; 10 Sheets Plywood; 30 PI. long; Moulding; Power Mower; 10 Garbage Barrels; 3 Step Ladders 4'-6' and 10'; McClary Automatic Washer; McClary Electric Dryer; Westinghouse Wringer Washer; Vacuum Cleaner; Pots and Pans; Dishes; Glasses; Utensils. MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Items may be viewed A.M. to Sale Time. All equipment is in good condition and currently being used. Come, view the items and attend the sale to appreciate the quality. Thlt list It to uMd gulda and it in no way actual or implitd. SALECONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE TED NEWBY Lie. 010283-41 KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 012116-458 strapping Debbie Massey of Bethlehem, Pa. "I can call people in the midwest or on either of the two coasts and tell them I'm coming through and they tell me that's she said. "And they mean it. "Sport is lucrative more in terms of the personal benefits than in terms of money." Miss Alcott. trim and dark, studied the scores of her lead- ing rivals as they were posted and wished everybody well. "You don't have to beat peo- ple in medal she said. "You have to play a golf course and this is a good one." Miss Massey, who generated a course-record 70, five under par, on opening Successful season Sansei for Lethbridge Sansei wrapped up a successful season at the Western Canadian Bantam Baseball championships in Minodosa. Manitoba last weekend. Sansei. who compiled a 35 and 3 record for the season in- cluding their two loses at the championships, won their first encounter in Manitoba but dropped the next two. Harvey Pocza was the star of the opening game as he struck out 12 on the way to a one-hitter, winning the game 5-0 over Vancouver N. Capilano. Geo Hiraga had a home run for the locals to lead them at the plate. Sansei dropped the second game 12-5 to Regina with Rick Wentz and Glen Aman belting homers for the losers. In the final game of the tourney for Sansei they were rematched with the Van- couver team but dropped the decision by an 8-0 score. An earlier Canadian Press story published in The Herald concerning the Sansei scores was in error. day, rallied on the back nine for a 35 Friday and finished with 76 and a three-round total of 219. There were no challengers close to the two young Ameri- cans Massey is 54 holes. The closest was Marlene Streit, who managed a two-un- der-par 73 and a 226 total, seven shots off the lead and six behind Miss Alcott, who is young enough to be her daughter. Miss Alcott won the Cana- dian women's junior cham- pionship in 1973 and speculated it would be "kind of neat" to win an open national championship next, "especially on a great course like this one." Apart from Mrs. Streit, few Canadians were legitimate threats to a strong foreign contingent. Five shots behind the pe ennial Canadian standout and tied at 231, were Peggy Conley of Spokane, Wash., a young teacher, and Mary Everard of England, the only competitor in the starting field of with a plus handicap. Miss Conley had a 79 and Miss Everard a 78. Besides Miss Alcott and Mrs. Streit, only one other player surpassed par. Alice Dey of Delray Beach, Fla., wife of a noted golf-course architect, turned in a one- under-par 74 for a 233 total, good for ninth place. Six of the top nine spots were held by Americans and Miss Everard. Tied in sixth place with 232 were Carol Semple of Sewickley, Pa., with a 76, Gail Moore of Van- couver, who had 77, and Deb- bie Savoy of La Tuque, Que., who had 76. Miss Savoy's round of 76 Friday, her best of the tourna- ment, left her tied with Miss Moore as second low Canadian, ahead of seasoned Marilyn Palmer of Vancouver and Betty Cole of Edmonton, tied at 234, and Liz Hoffman of Thornhill, Ont., and Dale Shaw of Victoria, deadlocked at 235. IT ISN'T NECESSARY THAT I 'AVE ANOTHER ONE. DEAR IS ANOTHER ONE REALCY NECESSARV P'YOU MATE? OKAY, PET, I WON'T FORCE WIT.''OH CAN (TELL THAT'S MB ALL OVER GENTLE WITH OTHERS BUT SEVERE WITH MESELF Tiant wins 20th for Red Sox Expos lose in 10-7 slugfest THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Atlanta Braves ran their lat- est winning streak to five games with a sweep against New York Mets Friday night, winning the 10-inning opener, 4-3 and then taking the night- cap 6-0. The sweep gave the Braves 12 victories in the last 14 games, a pennant pace in most places, except in the National League West. Elsewhere, Cincinnati Reds defeated Montreal Expo 10-7, Houston Astros edged Phila- delphia Phillies 1-0, St. Louis Cardinals shaded Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1, Chicago Cubs shut out San Francisco Giants 1-0 and Pittsburgh Pirates downed San Diego Padres 6-2. The Braves trailed in the first game against the Mets until the ninth inning when Dave Johnson's single, an error by George Theodore, an infield out and pinch-hitter Paul Casanova's sacrifice fly tied the score. Then in the 10th, Marty Perez singled, moved up on a sacrifice and scored on Mike Lum's two-out single. SAVED BY HOUSE The nightcap was veteran right-hander Lew Krausse's show. Krausse permitted just one hit in the six innings he worked and slugged a two-run homer, giving the Braves the early lead. He Was forced to leave the game because of a blister and reliever Tom House, working in his fifth consecutive game, completed the three-hit shutout. Evans also connected for the Braves in the second game. Luis Tiant is a man who pays his debts. Four years ago, Tiant's ca- reer seemed at an end. After seven years in the majors, he had been traded by Cleveland Indians, then released out- right by Minnesota Twins. But at the recommendation of Darrell Johnson, manager of the Boston Red Sox farm club at Richmond, he was signed by that International League club, then given one last shot in the majors. He made the most of the oppor- tunity, becoming a mainstay of the Boston starting staff. Now Johnson is manager of the Red Sox. and Tiant is re- turning the favor. Friday night he became baseball's first 20-game winner by hurl- ing a sparkling, six-hit, 3-0 shutout over the Oakland A's. IN THE GROOVE "He's the best right declared Oakland slugger Reggie Jackson. "When he gets into a groove, he's tough to he was in it tonight." Elsewhere. New York Yan- kees blasted California Angels 10-4, Baltimore Orioles defeated Minnesota Twins 4-1, Texas Rangers beat Detroit Tigers 5-2. Chicago White Sox edged Cleveland Indians 2-1 and Kansas City Royals beat Milwaukee Brewers 8-4 in the opener of their twi-night doubleheader but dropped the nightcap 1-0 in 13 innings. The victory widened Boston's lead in the AL East to seven games over Baltimore and New York, while Oakland's lead in AL West was cut to four games over Kansas .City. Tiant said he used his fast- ball more than usual, not go- ing to his baffling changup un- til the late innings. It was Tiant's 20th complete game of the year and his sixth shutout. He struck out six and walked two. The Red Sox jumped in front when leadoff man Tommy Harper drilled Vida Blue's third pitch of the game high into the left-field screen for his fifth homer. Boston added two more runs against Blue, 14-12, in the sixth when Juan Beniquez, Dwight Evans and Carl Yastrzemski lined consecutive singles and Jim Rice hit a sacrifice fly. Roy White, a late addition to the starting lineup because left fielder Lou Piniella came down with a sore throat, belted a two-run homer, a tri- ple and two singles, drove in four runs and scored twice to lead the Yankee attack. The victory lifted New York into a tie for second place in the Al East with Baltimore, seven games behind front-run- ning Boston and one-half game ahead of Cleveland. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN PUBLIC ACCOUNTING FOR UNIVERSITY GRADUATES A growing firm in the community of Lethbridge requires CA students immediately. Applications are welcomed from candidates willing to work with a team whose objective is to provide a full range of accounting and related business services to small and medium sized clients. The opportunity for continued professional advancement is excellent. Please reply in confidence to: Young, Parkyn, McNab Co. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 1003 4 Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta T1J OP7 MAKE FRIENDS WITH YOUR PHON 3 ways to make it easier to "Look in the Book 1 UNDERLINE THOSE MOST-CALLED NUMBERS Or better still ring them in red They II jump right at you when you want to ring them on the phone USE THE "iNSTANT LOOK" PAGE There's space at the back of your phone book for your frequently called numbers Write them down clearly Look them up instantly1 3 FREE PERSONAL DIRECTORIES and desk-drawer sizes Attractive go-anywhere "mini-directories for those numbers you always like handy Beats writing them on the backs of old envelopes' (Call your AGT business office for yours Your phone book is your memory's best friend Make it your number one way to find the number you need. Or to check one that you're "almost sure" you remember. Save time, temper and frustration on both ends of the line get it right first time1 IN THE 9S AG Get it right from the book ;