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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIOQE HER July Travelling to Europe for Book early Book now with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Phont Herald- Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. 7th Shopping Mall Alberta 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Picket line up at Houston ASSOCIATED PRESS Thirty-five Miami Dolphin veterans failed Friday to reach a decision on what to do about a player strike during a meeting with leaders of their union. Miami tight-end Jim Mandich said after meeting of- ficials of the striking National Football League Players Association that he will cross any picket line and will be at camp July the date Dolphin veterans are scheduled to report. But Ed executive director of the said in Miami that at least 20 veterans of the Super Bowl- champion Dolphins would picket the opening of that team's training camp when 40 rookies and non- regular veterans are expected to report. the second picket line of the strike was to be set up today at Sam Houston State College in Hunt- site of Houston Oilers' training camp for rookies and free agents. Team officials said 104 players were expected in camp. rookie too dumb to report to camp is too dumb to play for the said Sid coach and general manager. Garvey and other leaders of the players' union met in Miami with the Dolphin veterans Friday night. MANDICH FED UP Mandich in the meeting made me change my mind about not going along with the strike. I am very tired of.the business end of Other including linebacker Bob Matheson and centre Jim said they still hadn't decided what to while placekicker Garo Yepremian said he will go along with whatever the majority of his team-mates decided. Garvey said before the meeting that if Miami veterans planned to take the field for the College all-star game in Chicago July they will have to cross a hefty picket line to get there. special exemption will be granted to the Dolphins for the all-star said Garvey. The NFLPA went on strike Monday over 63 including the right to negotiate with any team a player wishes and the right of a player to veto trades. In San the NFLPA received a boost when linebacker Don a first-round draft choice of the joined the picket line. don't know if anyone will follow Goode said. are but they have doubts in their minds. I don't know why I did it. I just didn't get the assurance I he referring to a meeting with San Diego owner Gene Klein. Late field goals nip Eskimos 26-25 EDMONTON Gerry Organ kicked two field goals in the final four minutes Fri- day night as Ottawa Rough Riders rallied to nip Ed- monton Eskimos 26-25 in a Canadian Football League ex- hibition game before fans. Organ's winner was a routine 32-yarder but only two minutes earlier he lofted one from the Edmonton 50 that bounced on the crossbar and trickled over. The victory was Ottawa's second in three follow- ing a 29-20 triumph Wednes- day night over -Calgary Stampeders. Edmonton was playing its second exhibition losing 42-18 Tuesday night to British Columbia Lions. Hugh Oldham and Rhome Nixon took touchdown passes from Jerry Keeling. Organ converted both and also produced two converts and INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. Established 1911 Lowar Floor 517 4tti S. 327-1541 two other field 16 and 52 to complete Ottawa's scoring. Calvin Harrell scored on three short plunges for the Eskimos who lost to Ottawa in the 1973 Grey Cup final. Dave Cutler converted all kicked a 29-yard field goal and added a single on a field goal bid that missed. The Eskimos dominated the first quarter to lead 14-3. They led 2M3 at the half and Cutler's field goal in the third quarter put them in front 24- 13. Quarterback Tom Wilkinson directed two downfield marches to set up touchdowns by Harrell in the first nine minutes of the first quarter. Organ connected for his short field goal late in the quarter. Keeling threw 20 yards for Oldham's touchdown in the second quarter before Harrell scored again. With less than two minutes Organ struck from the 52 for a field goal. After Cutler connected for his three-pointer in the third Ottawa's defence began to dominate the Eskimo offence. who shared quarterbacking duties with Rick rolled out for a vital first down on the last play of the third quarter on the second play of the fourth threw a six- yard scoring strike to Nixon. FLEMING MOTORS IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE DEE MORRIS Has joined their sales staff. Dee has many years experience in his field and Invites his many friends to drop in and see him. Super Series under way The Alberta Major Baseball League Super Series got under way this afternoon at Henderson Park. The six-team tourna- ment is for Canadian players and will decide Alberta's representative to the Canadian Senior Baseball Cham- pionships. The defending cham- pion Lethbridge who meet the Red Deer Generals at 8 p.m. tonight in the day's third are hoping that the absence of American players will bring the rest of the clubs down to size. The Lakers are only 3- 11 in AMBL play so but opposing clubs have rung up their lofty records largely on the strength of the fine play of their imports. In today's other The Calgary Giants were scheduled to meet the Edmonton Tigers at while a contest between the league leading Calgary Jimmies and the Ed- monton Blockers is set for 4 p.m. Today's three winners will have their names put into a hat with two drawn to meet in a one o'clock semi-final Sun- day at Henderson Park. The winner of that one will meet the third team in the final game Sun- day. Game time for the championship final is p.m. Minor soccer The Lethbridge Celtic wallopped the Rangers 12-0 in the only lopsided game of the week in the Lethbridge Minor Soccer Association. Peter Hoetmer scored four times for the who are presently in second place in the Pee Wee division. David Fields and Kevin Kasperski added three counters each while singles came off the feet of Dennis Kasperski and Brian Kelly. In another Pee Wee the Lethbridge Elks and the Taber Road Runners battled to a 1-1 tie. Ray Martin scored for the first-place Road Runners while Barry Steried replied for the Elks. The Fiorino Rovers knocked a corner kick into their own net late in the game and settled for a 1-1 tie with the 'Saber Vultures in the lone Bantam contest played last week. Pat Payne scored the Taber goal. Green's Pop Shop got two goals from Neil McCrae in a Mite division gatne and went on to down the Cougars 3-1. John Mars scored the other Pop Shop goal. MITE STANDINGS W L T Green's Pop Shop.....4 0 4 12 Mite Royals............4 2 1 9 Queens Pizza..........1 3 3 5 Cougars...............0 533 PEE WEE Taber Road Runners .6 0 113 Leth. Celtics...........4 1 2 10 Elks.............2 3 3 7 Rangers...............0 8 0 0 BANTAM Fiorino Rovers.........3 0 2 8 Leth. Miners Library ...2 3 1 5 Taber Vultures.........1 2 1 3 CANADA WINS 1st GAME Malaysia The Canadian field hockey team scored its first victory on its Malaysian tour defeating the Negri Sembilan State side 1-0. No error Dodger catcher Joe Ferguson let the ball go through his legs allowing Montreal's Ron Hunt to score. There was no error called on the play. Expos get zip from Zahn ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles Dodgers are having things their own way from A to Walter dean of major league to rookie pitcher Geoff Zahn. Alston gave his first start of the season in the second game of a doubleheader in Montreal Fri- day night and the lefthander pitched seven allow- ing only one hit before Mike Marshall came on to preserve the Dodgers' 7-0 triumph. The Yankee bats belt Rangers 14-2 ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Yankees drove the Texas Rangers batty Fri- day night. The Yankees got 20 hits off assorted Texas pitching for a 14-2 romp over the Rangers. Elliott and Thurman Munson got four hits each off David Clyde and three other Texas pitchers. In other American League Detroit Tigers took a doubleheader from Chicago White Sox 9-6 and Mil- waukee Brewers beat Min- nesota Twins 5-3 in the first game of a doubleheader before losing the second Oakland A's tripped Baltimore Orioles and California Angels lost to Cleveland Indians 7-2. Kansas City Royals and Boston Red Sox were rained out. Graig Nettles had four RBI for the Yankees and Rudy hurled a six-hitter. Texas' only runs came in the second on Jim Fregosi's ninth a walk to Toby Harrah and Jim Sundberg's double. Jim Northrup hit his sixth home run this week and Joe Coleman won for the first time since May 15 as Detroit beat Chicago'in the first game of their doubleheader. Norm Cash and Gates Brown each belted two-run homers and Ed Brinkman drove in two runs with a homer and leading the Tigers to their second game victory. Powered by home runs by Deron Johnson and John Vukovich and aided by a dou- ble error by Minnesota third baseman Steve Milwaukee beat the Twins in their first game of the day. Larry Hisle belted his 12th home run and three leading Minnesota over Mil- waukee in the second game. Reggie Jackson and Bill North each hit two-run homers to power Jim Hunter and Oakland over Baltimore. The victory was the fifth straight for Oakland and put the A's five games ahead of the Kansas City Royals in the AL West. Expos took the opener 11-6. Elsewhere in the National St. Louis Cardinals edged Cincinnati Reds Philadelphia Phillies flatten- ed San Diego Padres Houston Astros whipped Pitt- sburgh Pirates Chicago Cubs took a pair from Atlanta Braves 4-1 and and New York Mets nipped San Fran- cisco Giants 3-2. In the the Dodgers failed to get by with Al Down- who allowed six hits and six runs in 3 1-3 innings. Barry Foote later homered off Charlie Hough and Mike Jorgensen and Ken Singleton connected off Jim Brewer. In the ex-Dodger Willie Davis nicked Zahn for a single in the first inning and that was it for the Expos until Marshall made his 55th appearance of the season and allowed three more hits over the final two innings. was a bit ad- mitted who had pitched only 7 i-3 innings all season. was kind of my decision and the skip's to take me Willie Crawford backed Zahn's pitching with a pair of two-run homers as the Dodgers stretched their lead in the NL West to 10 games over Cincinnati. Pinch-hitter Jim Dwyer's tiebreaking two-run single in the eighth inning sparked St. Louis over the Reds. Tollestrup hoops 18 in one-point defeat SAN Puerto Rico Cuba took the lead with two minutes remaining and held on to defeat Canada 80-79 in the final game of the World Amateur Basketball Tournament qualifying round. The win gave the Cubans a 3-0 record in Group while Canada wound up with two wins and a defeat. The Canadians upset Czechoslovakia 83-75 Thursday night and topped Argentina 80-69 Wednesday. the United the Soviet Union and Brazil advanced to the final round. Defending champion Yugoslavia and Puerto the host received byes into the final. The first game in the final for Canada will be Monday when the team meets the which had a 3-0 record in Group B. In other Friday the U.S. whipped Argentina 109- Spain beat the Philippines Brazil downed the Central African Republic 94- the Soviet Union defeated Mexico and Czechoslovakia topped Australia 88-84. Canada trailing by four points late in the but narrowed it to one with seven seconds remaining. Canada failed to convert a shot from the floor and missed on the rebound. Phil Tollestrup paced the Canadians with 18 points. Jamie Russell added 17 and Bill Robinson 16. Canada led 46-42 at the half. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL St. Louis ........42 36 .538 Montreal 38 38 .500 3 Philadelphia.....40 40 .500 3 Pittsburgh.......35 42 .455 6V4 Chicago.........35 43 .449 7 New York .......34 45 .430 8Vz Watt Los Angeles___ 56 26 .683 Cincinnati ......45 35 .56310 Atlanta.........43 40 .518 Houston....... 42 40 .512 14 San Francisco 36 47 .434 20Vz San Diego......36 50 .41922 Today's Games Atlanta Harrison at Chicago Todd San Francisco D'Acquisto at New York Stone St. Louis Gibson at Cincinnati Kirby San Diego Palmer at Philadelphia Ruthven Los Angeles Suttin at Montreal McAnally Pittsburgh Demery at Houston Wilson Friday's Reculti First Atlanta 000 010 1 5 3 Chicago 000 030 01 6 2 Morton and Bonham and Swisher. Second Atlanta 000 010 7 0 Chicago 002 000 8 1 P. Leon and LaRoche 6. Zandra and Milterwald. Chi-Thornton San Fran 000 002 2 6 1 New York 010 200 7 0 Barr Sosa Barber Moffltt and Koosman and Grote. San Diego 001 000 1 6 1 Phila 500 000 10 0 Grief Corkins Tcmlin and Carlton and Boone. Pha-Boone Montanez First Los AngelesOOO 033 6 63 Montreal 111 320 11 14 1 Downing Rhoden Hough Brewer and Renko Taylor and Foote. LA-Ferguson Mtl-Foote Jorgensen Singleton Second Los Montreal 000 000 4 3 Zahn Marshall and McAnally Enyart Walker Taylor and Stinson. LA-Crawford St. Louis 000 000 11 0 Cincinnati 100 000 4 0 Folkers Hrabosky Garman and Norman Carroll McEnaney and Plummer Pittsburgh 000 000 1 4 3 Houston 301 200 12 1 Ellis Morlan Patterson and Dierker and M. May. Hn'Pgh-Stargell LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. All........341 44 121 .355 SL ......245 Jim McQusrrls Manager ANYTHING FIBREGLAS we can REPAIR WESCANCARTOP Coutti Highway But. 328-4676 Rea. 328-4589 Hou. Cin. LA Pgh. Garvey. LA Pha. 264 282 279 245 334 328 36 45 50 37 37 64 .343 90 .341 90 .319 89 .319 78 .318 51 106 .317 S3 104 .317 American League Eatt W L Pet. GBL Boston .........43 35 .551 Cleveland ......43 35 .551 Detroit 43 37 .538 1 Baltimore...... 41 37 .526 2 Milwaukee..... 38 40 .487 6 New York 37 42 .468 6V4 Watt Oakland........46 35 .568 Kansas City 39 38 .506 5 Texas......... 41 41 .500 5V4 Chicago....... 38 40 .487 6V4 Minnesota.----- 35 45 .438 California.......32 51 .386 15 Garnet Kansas City Dal Canton at Boston Lee Chicago Wood at Detroit Walker Minnesota Decker at Milwaukee Rodriguez Baltimore Grimsley at Oakland Hamilton New York Medi-.h at Texas Brown Cleveland Bosman at- California Figueroa Friday't Kansas City at rain Flrtt Chicago 001 020 12 1 Detroit 014 010 8 0 Bahnsen Pillock Acosta L Allen and Coleman and Lamont Chi-Herrmann Orta uet-Northrup Second Chicago 300 000 9 1 Detroit 022 100 9 1 Gossage. Moran and LaGrow and Moses. Del-Cash Brinkman G. Brown First Minnesota 000 300 382 Milwaukee 000 320 5 9 1 Albury Hands and C. Travers T. Murphy and C. Moore. Second Minnesota 101 130 6 11 0 Milwaukee 000 000 4 10 3 Goitz Campbell and Root' Slaton Kobel and Porter. New York 611 330 20 2 Texas 020 000 262 R. May and Clyde Thomas Merritt Shellenback and Sundberg. Nettles Baltimore 000 000 070 Oakland 002 003 670 Cuellar Hood and Hunter and Haney. Jackson Cleveland 000 000 752 California 000 000 2 5 2 Peterson Beene and Ryan Raziano Cumberland and Rodriguez. LEAGUE LEADERS AB Min.....308 Tex... 185 Oak. 242 Orta. Chi.......217 Cal. 190 B 266 Bal 274 Tex.....241 Oak......309 R H Pet. 46 119 .386 26 66 .357 81 .335 71 .327 62 .326 85 .320 86 .314 75 .311 96 .311 47 35 24 47 19 37 38 DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern 308 9th St. Phoiw 328-1228 TROPHIES UNLIMITED 303 sth S'TREET SOUTH SUITE c wish to announce that effective immediately their summer hours will be 1 p.m. MONDAY to FRIDAY 9 12 NOON SATURDAYS These hours will remain in effect until August 31 TIR DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete 402 1st Ave. S. re andService Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;