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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August Miller adds to winnings HARRISON NY- Johnny Miller shot a five-under-par 67 in Sunday s> final round to finish 19-under par and win the 000 Westchester golf tournament by two strokes Runner-up to Miller, who won his sixth tournament of the year, was journeyman Don Bies Tom Weiskopf and Jack Nicklaus were once again frustrated, unsuccessful golfers Miller's 269 total was a record for the 6 614-yard Westchester Country Club course He collected to push his money winning total to 567 With six titles he has won twice as many tour- naments as any other player on the tour this vear I owe this one to my cad- the 27 year-old Miller said explaining that his professional touring caddy Martinez helped him correct a flaw in his swing earlv last week and made another correction in his putting stroke Miller who opened the mild final round with a two-stroke advantage built his lead to four strokes at one time had a mild lapse with a late double bogey but won comfortably over Bies who had to birdie the last hole to break out of a tie for second with Wieskopf Bies who has never won had a final 66 for 271 Massey survived EDMONTON (CP) Deb- bie Massey of Bethlehem Pa staged another of her patented freaks of torrid shotmakmg Saturdav to become the first I nited States competitor to win the Canadian women s amateur golf championship since 1953 MissMabsey who led all the wav m the 72-hole tour nament finished at 291 nine under par at the 6 272 yard Ldmonton Country Club course and nipped steady Alcott of Pacific Palisades Calif by two shots She had a 72 and Miss Alcott a 73 on the final day I really expected Amy to be further back said Miss Massev as the two leaders ex- changed compliments at a party Saturday night, but I have a great deal of respect tor her She s a tough player now and she s going to get even better Miss Alcott who entered the final day one shot out of the lead pulled even on the eighth hole when she struck for her third birdie in a row But Miss Massey pulled ahead on the ninth when she earned a birdie and Miss Alcott settled for a bogey a difference of two shots Miss Alcott the 1973 U S junior champ pulled back to within one shot early in the fi- nal nine but the threat ended when she smashed her drive into the trees and took five on the par-three Uth hole The tournament ended in a driving rain Roxburgh back on top WINNIPEG (CP) Doug Roxburgh of Vancouver finished 72 holes at the Niakwa Golf and Country Club with a four-under 280 Saturday to regain the Canadian a nateur golf championship he fi st won in 1972 The 22-year-old commerce student from Simon Fraser University said he had been keying on the tournament, and from the opening round, when he fired a two-under 69 he was never out of the picture Robert Watson of White] Rock, B C gave Roxburgh some stiff competiton in the first round but fell apart in the second Roxburgh came back with a j one-under 70 in the second which gave him a lead he] never relinquished He finished with another) one-under 70 Saturday "I have been working hard I recently on my irons and put- ting, but generally to win this tournament I just needed to keep the ball in the fairway and use my he said j after the win NICE. SO ON, VENTURED, V -DON'TI I KNOW -YOU J FROM SOMEWHERE? T I SHOULDN'T THINK SO POXASLYME GKAN'MOTMER THIS I'LL fte WANKJIN" 4 UP ME t_' Vikings stopped Simpson, Rams romped over Miami Pirates snuck aboard first, Orta came close to record By THE CANADIAN PRESS While everyone was watching the fight for first place in baseball's National League West Pittsburgh Pirates snuck up on the rest of the East Division Sunday and took over top spot The Pirates, a big early-sea- son disappointment moved in front of St Louis Cardinals by sweeping San Diego Padres 4- 1 and 10-2 at San Diego Los Angeles Dodgers knock- ed St Louis out of first place in the East by beating the Cardinals 9-3 The win kept the Dodgers 2'a games in front of Cincinnati Reds, who beat Montreal Expos 3-1 In Sunday s other National League games New York Mets nipped Atlanta Braves 1 0 Houston Astros blanked Philadelphia Phillies 5-0 and San Francisco Giants beat Chicago Cubs 4-3 In Saturday s games, Chicago edged the Giants 2-1 Houston blanked Philadelphia 1 0 Atlanta shaded New York 4-3 Los Angeles stopped St Louis 3 0 and Cincinnati beat Montreal 6-4 It s still early insisted St Louis Manager Red Schopndienst What do we more games9 I ve said all along this thing is go- ing to go down to the final week mavbe even the final dav There are good clubs in our division It s going to be a battle I can t see the Phillies or Pirates quitting and I know we re not quitting Ron Ce> drove in three runs two of them with a homer to highlight a five-run "irst inn ing lor the Dodgers Andv Messersmith won his 15th game but needed a brilliant relief performance from Mike Marshall who en- tered the game in the sixth in- ning with the bases loaded no- body out and got the side out Ed Kirkpatrick hit a tie- breaking two run single in the second game s three-run sev- enth inning then Manny Sang- uillen hit a three-run double in a six run ninth that locked up the Pirates fourth straight victorv Second baseman Jorge Orta of Chicago White Sox had never heard of Willie Keeler, TV Cobb or Stan Musial before Sunday He knows about them now The 24 year-old Mexican came within one hit of sharing a major league record trio in the second of two 8-5 wins over Cleveland Indians in an American League baseball doubleheader Orta ripped out four straight hits then took a called third strike in his last at bat Another hit would have given him his fourth five-hit game of the season Only Keeler in 1897, Cobb in 1922 and Musial in 1948 have had that many four-hit games in a season Orta, who speaks little Eng- lish, said he hadn't heard of Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Saturday FIRST S2 000 claiming 2 year olds 6 furlongs Voodoo Palace (Morns) 4 00 3 20 3 10 Afer Gift (Coombs) 16 20 7 60 Bashful Bertie (L Wiseman) 5 00 Time 1 13 Battle Fatigue Dominion Princess Kee To Magic Flying Kahoutek also ran SECOND 52 300 claiming 3 year olds 1 1 16 mile Royal West (Kipling) 5 10 3 40 2 70 Brown Rundle (Hedge) 470 350 Blue Bouncer (Pearson) 3 10 Time 1 46 1 5 Plav The Line Alderich Flying Eskimo Whist'mg Willie Gary a Son Black Agate also ran DAILY DOUBLE 80 THIRD 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Zev Baby (Ollive) 5 50 3 40 3 00 Pal Boy (Phelanl 4 00 3 00 Juidaidie (Giesbrecht) 380 Time 1 12 OUINELLA 50 FOURTH S2 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 1-16 mile valtown (Inda) 1080 550 390 Powerful Pop (Gold) 4 30 3 20 Award (Sorenson) 3 70 Time 1 45 Shady Style Duke Of Alba also ran FIFTH S2 100 claiming 4 years and up 1 1 16 mile KitSomersfD Wiseman) 7 30 4 80 3 10 If By Chance (Ray) 16 80 5 20 Flying Speed (Hendncks) 3 00 Time 1 47 1 5 In The Groove Ballyclare Brazen Bully U Espoir Arctic Flurry also ran EXACTOR. 30 Track Scratch Sure Hidden SIXTH S2 700 3 year olds one mile Mr Peppard (Hendncks) 1230 5 30 3 90 Panarctic (Sorenson) 4 10 3 40 Rim Rock Gal (Whittle) 4 60 Time 1 40 2 5 Forestry Tantwen Hadahoney Ruken Speed Sir Elliot also ran SEVENTH S2100 claiming 4 years and up 6 furlongs Bermark (Barroby) 17 00 7 40 4 80 Star Trip (Shields) 8 20 5 40 Kuckee Lad (Kipling) 450 Time 1 12 4 5 Sherzad Bush Time Tea Coffee John Roly Glen Aunt Areta Expediate also ran Track Scratch Astra Shot EIGHTH S2 500 added Canadian Derby 3 year olds miles Progressive Hope (Whittle) 29 70 1480 690 Icy Child (Inda) 1140 6 20 Norland (Kelly) 3 50 Time 221 1 5 Model Oscar Sea Reason Pilot Bird County s Choice Little Fiddler Floatation King Waltzer Sherwood Park also ran NINTH 800 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 1 16 mile Black Ogre (Morris) 1230 620 460 Fair Fizz (Rasmussen) 1260 5 00 Same Affair (Parsons) 3 80 Time 1 49 1 5 Go Gypsy Jellico El Halcon Red s Pride Rejected Romance also ran Track Scratches Maxies Heir Diddle ATTENDANCE HANDLE the three famous hitters 'I come close, huh' Strike pitch was not good High, I think In Sunday's other American League games, Oakland A's blanked Boston Red Sox 7-0, Detroit Tigers edged Texas Rangers 6-5, Minnesota Twins downed Baltimore Orioles 5-1, Kansas City Royals blanked Milwaukee Brewers 2-0 and New York Yankees edged California Angels 2-1 In Saturday's games Oakland downed Boston 4-1, Kansas City shut out Milwaukee 4-0, Texas downed Detroit 6-4, Chicago blanked Cleveland 3-0, Minnesota topped Baltimore 9-5 and New York dropped California 31 Orta hit two of his singles while the Sox were scoring six times in the third inning Ken Henderson, Carlo May and Ed Herrmann drove in two runs apiece and Wilbur Wood recorded his 19th victory in the opener Joe Rudi climaxed a six-run fifth inning with his second grand-slam home run of the season as the A's rolled over the Red Sox behind the five-hit pitching of Ken Holtzman The A s took two of three games in the weekend series between the league s divisional leaders Gene Lament hit a two-out game tying home run in the bottom of the ninth inning then Ron LaFlore doubled and Gary Sutherland singled him home to give the Tigers a 6-5 their win Baltimore s Ross Gnmsley was pitching a no hitter until Minnesota scored all five of its runs in the sixth, two of them on a double by Larry Hi- sle and two on a single by Bobby Darwin Orlando Cepeda's delivered a tie-breaking single in the ninth inning for the Royals and Bruce Dal Canton limited the Brewers to three hits THE CANADIAN PRESS Quarterback Bob Berry threw a pair of touchdown passes in the third quarter as Minnesota Vikings crushed Buffalo Bills 32-13 in Sunday's only National Football League exhibition game Berry, a reserve behind Fran Tarkenton, teamed with John Gilham on a 44-yard scoring pass and Ed Marmaro on a 25-yard toss that gave the Vikings a 25-13 lead after three quarters Berry, a 10- year veteran, completed 17 of 27 pass attempts for 228 yards Minnesota's aging defence shut off a powerful Buffalo running attack Buffalo's O J Simpson, who set an NFL rushing record of yards in 1973, gained 18 yards in seven carries for the Bills In Saturday exhibition ac- tion, Pittsburgh Steelers beat New York Giants 17-7, Washington Redskins downed Cleveland Browns 20-17, Denver Broncos defeated Green Bay Packers 31-21, Los Angeles Rams romped over Miami Dolphins 31-13, New Orleans Saints beat Dallas Cowboys 16-7, Kansas City Chiefs rolled over San Fran- cisco 49ers 26-7, Philadelphia Eagles dumped Oakland Raiders 25-14, and New England Patriots beat San Diego Chargers 23-14 Pittsburgh boosted its pre- season record to 4-0 at the ex- pense of the Giants Steeler quarterback Joe Gilham com- pleted 14 of 19 second-half tosses and threw a 22-yard touchdown strike in the first quarter Mark Mosley's field goal with two seconds left to play gave the Redskins their vic- tory after they fought back fom a 17-3 deficit in the final quarter, tying the game with 1 50 left in the game when Moses Denson capped a 98- yard drive with a three-yard scoring plunge Reserve quarterback Steve Ramsey completed 11 of 13 passes for 169 yards and two second-half touchdowns to lead the Broncos over Green Bay Billy Van Heusen caught live of those passes for 145 yards Reserve quarterback James Harris and backup tight end Pat Curan combined on four pass plays that covered 103 yards and led the Rams to a convincing victory over Super Bowl champion Miami Middle linebacker Joe Federspiel led a New Orleans defence that throttled Dallas' running game and Doug Winslow raced 93 yards with the second-half kickoff to help the Saints beat the Cowboys Baird helps Toros The powerful pitching arm of Al Baird carried the Pass Hotel Toros from Blairmore to a three-game sweep of the Southern Zone Intermediate "A" Fastball playoffs Sunday Baird allowed only eight hits over the 21 innings he pitched and struck out 27 op- position batters The Toros advance to the Alberta championships slated for Calgary on the Labor Day weekend Toros defeated York Farm Generals 3-1 in their opening game behind Baird'b one-hit pitching and Les Matlock's home run and single Wayne Ford contributed two doubles and a single for the Toros while Mike Pierchalza got the Generals lone safety Ford continued his hitting in the Toros second encounter as he had two singles and scored the only run in their 1-0 squeaker over Lethbridge Hotel North Stars Baird allowed only two hits, both by Tom Seaman, and struck out 11 batters In the championship game of the double-knockout tourney the Toros had to come from behind to nip the North Stars 2-1 Chick Dambois had a double in the bottom of the sixth and was driven home by Ford's se- cond single of the game Bob Young then drove in what proved to be the winning run when his single sent Ford across the plate Baird struck out seven men and hurled five-hit balls The North Stars only win in the tourney came when they stopped the York Farm Generals 8-3 in the opening game Thank You... 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