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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETH8RIDGE August Travelling to Eastern Canada Book now on the 8 to 30 day excursion (Effective Oct. 1) and Save..... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Mall Phone 328-8184 Miners drop a pair, McLean proud of club VICTORIA (Special) "We played four great ball games and lost three of them." That was Lethbridge Miner coach Tom McLean as he summed up the Canadian men's fastball championships. "I'm really proud of our he added "we only had one bad game and with a lit- tle luck could have had a better record than 1-4." Miners dropped a pair of close ones Wednesday as they were eliminated. In the morning game with New Brunswick Jim Haley took the loss as the Miners were blanked 3-0. Winning pitcher Kevin Newell allowed just two hits while Haley was touched for four. In the evening encounter Nova Scotia picked up two runs in the second inning and held on for a 2-1 victory. George Santoni, who according to McLean, pitched a beautiful game, was the loser as he gave up the two runs on seven hits. Gary Whittier was the winner despite giving up eight hits. Neither club made an error. Corrido Santoni went out in a blaze of glory at the plate for the Miners in the se- cond game Wednesday as he pounded out a single, double and triple in three trips. Miners are expected home Saturday evening. "We can hold our heads stated McLean. "We played very well." Miners, in their first game last Sunday, forced B.C.. the favorites, 13 innings before bow- ing 2-1. Meanwhile, defending champion Ontario, British Columbia, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan start play tonight in the double-knockout final which will deter- mine the winner of the Canadian men's softball championship. The four clubs qualified Wednesday out of the 30-game round-robin preliminaries, which end this morning with two games. But while it has been decided that Ontario and Saskatchewan are the Red Division representatives and that the other two are the survivors from the Blue Division, at least one playoff game will be needed before the pairings will be known for the first two games of the knockout series. Ontario and Saskatchewan finished 4-1 to share first place, and the tie will be broken in a game scheduled for this after- noon. B.C., 4-0 and the only unbeaten team in the tournament, has to play New Brunswick this morning in the last of the scheduled round-robin games, and a defeat for the Victoria Bate Construction team would create a first-place tie with Nova Scotia and necessitate a second playoff game. When the positions have been settled, the winner of the Red Division will meet the runnerup of the Blue Division in Thur- sday's first knockout game. The other qualifiers meet in the second game. Three more games, at 9 and 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., are scheduled Friday. The two sur- vivors meet in the final at 9 a.m. Sat- urday, and if the B section winner gets the decision, the deciding game is scheduled to start at noon. Players shouldn't think while they're at the plate ASSOCIATED PRESS Ed Kirkpatrick wasn't look- ing for anything special to hit while Terry Crowley wasn't looking to hit anything. "I wasn't looking for anything in said Kirkpatrick, whose two-run double in the llth inning gave Pittsburgh Pirates a 3-1 National League baseball win over San Francisco Giants. Crowley, on the other hand, said he swung in self-defence on his run-scoring double in the eighth inning that carried Cincinnati Reds to a 4-3 vic- tory over Philadelphia Phillies. In Wednesday night's other National League games, Los Angeles Dodgers defeated Chicago Cubs 7-6. Houston Astros edged New York Mets 3-2 in 10 innings, Atlanta Braves beat Montreal Expos 4-2 and St. Louis Cardinals downed San Diego Padres 5-1. "Sometimes it hurts you to think too much up said Kirkpatrick, whose two-ou1 clutch hit have the East Divi sion leaders to their sixth straight victory. Dave Parker and Richie Zisk drew one-out walks from pitcher Jim Barr. After Manny Sanguillen forced Zisk LAST 3 DAYS HOUSE on all made-to-measure SUITS Choose among a wide selection of fabrics and styles, tailored to your measure for perfect fit and SAVE Come early for best choice many one-of-a-kind fabrics are available in one-suit-lengths only! The Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES overcame Pease disastrous 13th LONDON, Ont. (CP) When Ted Pease of London tees up at the 13th hole in today's second round of the Canadian junior goif cham- pionship, he will do so with caution. During the first round of the 72-hole tournament Wednesday, he approached the 13th with a two-under-par score. However, the 18-year-old, who won the juvenile cham- pionship in 1972, triple bogeyed the hole, thanks to some ever-present rough and a pond. But he birdied two of the last four holes after bogey- ing the enough for the first-round lead in the tournament attracting 180 golfers from Canada and the United States. Behind Pease with one-over- par 73s were Joseph Limoli of Vancouver and William Parker of Winnipeg. Limoli, 16, headed a field of about 40 juvenile players after the first round. Five players were at Terry Kolar of Lucerne, Que., Barry Potter of Thunder Bay, Ont., Nick Boyd of New Minas, N.S., Sandy Billyard of Fonthill, Ont., and Paul Kennedy of Toronto. Pease, 18, llth in last year's junior tournament, said faith in his putting game gave him the confidence to go on after the triple-bogey 13th. His tee shot on the par-four 13th went into the rough on the right side of the fairway. His shot from the rough went only a short distance when he slipped on a rock while shooting. His approach shot to the green ended up in a water haz- ard. He took a one-stroke pen- alty, then two-putted the green. Limoli, who moved from Ja- pan to Vancouver last Septem- ber, was three up at the end of three holes. But he birdied three other holes on the front nine to finish at even-par 36, then completed the back nine at 37. Limoli won an amateur title in Japan last year. Parker said he was lucky to finish only one stroke off the pace. Four one-putt holes sav- ed the day for the 17-year-old. at second, Kirkpatrick pounc- ed on a full-count pitch and drilled it to the wall in right- centre field. "I didn't get a full said Crowley of the two-strike pitch from reliever Ron Schueler. "I lost the ball on the way to the plate. I took a short, chcppy swing, almost like on a hit-and-run. "I didn't see the ball again until it was almost at home plate, about three feet away, I'd say." We agree Atlanta manager Clyde King and umpire Lee Weyer seem to agree. Such was not the case a little later in Braves' win over Montreal Expos. Hunter reaches plateau, third straight 20 wins ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ASSOCIATED PRESS Jim (Catfish) Hunter is hooked on a winning habit. Hunter has been a 20-game winner in each of the last three -baseball seasons, and Wednesday night the ace right-hander of Oakland A's joined that select circle once again with a 3-1 victory over Milwaukee Brewers. "It makes you said Hunter of his 20-game winning habit. "You want to go out and do it again. "It's like when we won the World Series for the first time, they said we were fly- by-night people. Then we won it again ai.d everybody said we were the real thing. Now if we can win again, they'll know we really mean business." Elsewhere in the American League, Cleveland Indians beat Kansas City Royals 7-1, New York Yankees blanked Minnesota Angels 2-1, Texas Rangers beat Baltimore Orioles 4-2 and Chicago White Sox defeated Boston Red Sox 3-0. Hunter joined Boston's Luis Tiant as the only 20-game win- ners in the majors on the strength of a pair of home runs by Reggie Jackson. Jackson's first homer of the night, leading off the seventh inning against Jim Colborn, 8- 11, gave Hunter a 2-1 lead. Jackson then led off the ninth with his 26th of the year. Hunter, 20-10, got ninth- inning relief help from Paul Lindblad and Rollie Fingers in posting his sixth victory in his last seven decisions. Hunter said he was sur- prised, and a bit upset, that manager Alvin Dark took him out in the ninth. After giving up a one-out single to Deron Johnson in the ninth, Dark brought in Paul Lindblad, and he struck out Johnny Briggs. Dark then brought in Rollie Fingers, and he recorded his 15th save by retiring Ken Berry. NATIONAL Pittsburgh St Philadelphia York Montreal New York Chicago 01 Los Angeles Cincinnati ...82 80 72 67 57 51 58 62 .611 .554 .519 .438 15 25 V? 63 68 .531 .519 .500 .481 7 9'r 24 C. Texas Chicago Minn 69 68 65 Houston San Fran San Diego Southern Alberta golf draw The annual Southern Alberta amateur golf tourna- ment gets under way Saturday at Henderson Lake. A 54-hole medal play event, with entries from various parts of Alberta, B.C. and Montana, will conclude Mon- day with a horse race at three o'clock. Following is the opening the three-day draw for tourney. SATURDAY 1ST TEE B. Van Hooser. B. Williams, H. C. Brown. P. Kenwood. F. Mitchell. T. Medoruma. G. Fleming, I, Barbee. C. Irvine. W. Kirkman. H Burgess. D. Rice. 8. Ponech, J. Trenton. J Gillett. S. Saetre. J. Van Loo. 6. P. Larson, A. Oshiro. M. Shigehiro. L. Hermahutz, D. Kjeldgaard. J. Meszaros. J. Bodnaruk. B. Babki. V. Toth. J. Peard, B. Taylor. E. Bakken, R. Diemuth. G. Huntrods. B. Snowden. STARTERS' TIME G. Rebar. B. Ackerman, N Kraft. T. Lewko. L. Pisko, B. Spitzer. W. McGrath, B. Seely. J. Lee. T. Malone. W. Golia, G. Klinkhammer. W. Burgess, D. Walker, G. Kennedy. H. Koch. B. Ryan, T. Coutts. F. Higa G. Nyhot. M. Nelson, P. Gillett. F. Bouchard. A. Fazio. T. Bogusky. B. Brown, G. Coutts. H. Cox 1ST TEE 12.00 T. Kimmel, L. Parks. G. Jones. R. Johnson. G, Laurie. B. Mullen. D. James. L. Brayton. R. Henry, G. Gray. J. Boomer, E. Fox. 15 Pair Only Pure Wool Worsted Flannel DRESS PANTS Broken aizei, 30-32 waist. Reg. ONLY 17 95 The Last Of Our All-Weather COATS On Sale At 2395 Md 2850 ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN "suiting the man-of-the-world" OPEN THURS. FBI. NIGHTS TO 9 P.M. West End-Centre Village Mall Phone 328-8021 DUNLOPFORD APPOINTMENT Mr. D. L. Dunlop, President of Dunlop Ford is pleased to an- nounee the appointment of Ken Ball as Body Shop Manager as of Sept. 1, 1974. Ken has 14 years of experience in the auto- motive field and would like to welcome all his former customers to come in and see him for any of their Body Shop requirements. KEN BALL FORD Corner 18 Ave. and M.M. Drive South Ted. Smith. B. Wasiliew, D. Brown, N. Mayes. D. Johnson. L. Kanewischer. N. Gray. J. Loftus. C. Stroh. J. Souter. G. MacLellan, A. Kenwood. W. Yercha, T. Gelleny, A. MacDonald, J. Wnitelaw. F. Linden. E. Ingarfield, M. Mills. J. Nakagawa. W. Holzman. A. Murrell, D. Tillotson, E. Afaganis. 1.03 K. MacDonald. R. Nowosad. R. Nesting. H. Christie. 10TH TEE G. Luchia, H. Heggedal. R. Andrews, J. Tennant. H. De Groot, K. Reeson, K. Smith, R. Pocza. T. Byers, N. Tajiri, K. Rooke. L. Bourassa. R. Fischer. L. Krchnak, P. Morley. D. MacLeod. K. Seaman. L. Pahuljo, T. Heustis. T. Wilkins. F. Umeris. B. Stephensen, S. Slavich. A. Thrissen. V. Meech. G. Probe. J. Scotter, L Dzuren. G Forbes. R. McNab, J. Lacey. R. Anderson. STARTERS' TIME T. Hori. R. Wooliscroft, T. Berlando, E Haug. 8 40 W. Bowen, J. Thorlacius, A. Samulel. E. Hahalik. D. McKay, M. Hayduk, J. Reid, R. Gillett. D. Jones. C. Bowery, L. Currie, E. Visosky. N. Jurkovich, D. Rempel B. Greenberg, N. Onofrychuk. G. Beckie. A. Christensen, H. Ketler, R. McCutcheon. B Henderson. R. Loftus, B. Minniss. D. Bennett 10TH TEE 8. Carrier, B. Kimery, T. Boulton, K. O'Grady. D. Marker, 8. Persley, B. Karbashewski, R. Belhumeur. D. Connolly, R. Morton, E. Mokosch, G. Cote. E. Sissons, S. Kami, B. Scott, T. Filuk. C. Simmons, E. Taylor, R. Bruchet. A. Rowntree. B. Traber, K. Wolosyn, J. Kenwood, W. Runge. J. Standell, C. Cook, B. MacOonald, J. Varga. T. Smith. T. Hunt, S. Smerek. F. Milner. R. Colleaux, D. Capaldi. F. Souka. L. Krammer. K. Blaney, H. Brown. B. Townsend. H. Fleming. TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Rooker (9-10) or Demery (5-4) at San Francisco Caldwell Houston Roberts (9-10) at New York Seaver Atlanta P. Niekro (14-11) at Montreal Rogers St. Louis Curtis (7-12) at San Diego Jones Chicago Bonharn (10-16) at Los Angeles Messersmith WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Houston 000 100 010 8 0 New York 000 000 002 9 3 Dierker, Cosgrove Forsch DelSantos (9) Scherman York (10) and M. May; Matlack. Miller Cram (and Hodges, Dyer HRs: Hou Johnson NY Staub Pgh 001 000 000 8 3 SF 001 000 000 14 0 Reuss. Giusti (10) (6-4) and Sanguillen; Barr (10-8) and Rudolph, Rader Cincinnati 001 000 8 0 Phila 000 100 1 Gullett, Borbon McEnaney (7) Barney (8) and Plummer; Carlton. Schueller (8) (8-13) and Boone. HRs: Pha Boone St. Louis 000 001 400 5 11 0 San Diego 000 001 70 McGlothen (15-8) and Simmons; Greif Laxton Gerhard! Hardy (9) and Kendall. HR. SD Grubb Chicago 020 000 040 6 11 1 Los Angeles 021 030 001-7 12 0 Hooton, Todd Frailing Zamora (8) (3-9) and Swisher, Mitterwald Sutton. Marshall (8) (13-9) and Ferguson. HRs: Chi Monday Madlock LEAGUE LEADERS Carew, Min.....491 72 179 .365 Hargrove, Tex ..332 49 115 .346 McRae. KC.....428 61 136 .318 Yastrzemski. Bos 421 77 133 .316 Orta, Chi.......410 68 129 .315 Maddox, NY___341 56 105 .308 Randle, Tex 420 55 129 .307 Allen, Chi ......435 82 133 .306 Jackson, Oak 416 75 127 .305 Piniella, NY.....411 55 124 .302 Home Runs: Allen, 32; Jackson, 26. Runs Batted In: Jeff Burroughs, Texas, 106; Allen, 85. TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore Grimsley (14-12) at Texas Bibby (18-14) Boston Lee (14-11) at Chicago Wood (19-15) WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS California 000 001 6 0 Detroit 000 000 7 0 Tanana (9-15) and (3) Rodriguez; Lolich (16-15) and Wockenfuss. HRs: Det-Brinkman Kaline Oakland 000 100 10 2 Milwaukee 000 001 8 0 Hunter Lindblad Fingers (9) and Fosse; Colborn (8-11) and Porter, Moore HRs: Oak- Jackson (2) Mil Money New York 011 110 010-5 13 2 Minnesota 000 000 7 3 Dobson (13-14) and Munson; Decker Albury (4) and Borgmann. HR: NY-Munson Cleveland 133 000 11 0 Kansas City 000 100 5 0 G. Perry (17-9) and Duncan. Fitzmorris Pattin McDaniel Hoerner (8) and Healy Baltimore 020 000 8 0 Texas 020 011 9 0 McNally (12-10) and Williams; J Brown (10-10) and Sundberg. HRs' Tex Harrah Fregosi Boston 000 000 4 0 Chicago 000 010 11 0 Tiant (20-9) and Blackwell. Montgomery Johnson (6-2) and Herrmann. LEAGUE LEADERS Garr. All Zisk, Pgh..... Garvey. LA Oliver, Pgh Smith. SL Gross. Hou Brock, SL Buckner, LA Cardenal, Chi.. Geronimo. Cin Home Huns: Philadelphia. 32: Wynn, Los Angeles 29. Runs Batted In: Schmidt. Bench. Cincinnati, 98; Wynn, 94 Pitching 13 decisions. John. Los Angeles, 13-3. .813; Caldwell. San Francisco. 12-3, .800. AB 550 433 516 477 397 462 504 447 424 77 62 78 75 60 66 81 62 63 198 144 168 154 127 147 159 141 132 .360 .333 .326 .323 .320 .318 .315 .315 .311 .309 Kcnm lot. DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Tire and Service 402 1st Ave. 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;