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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Super Series semi-final here Thursday Lakers shine in 4-1 triumph By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge Lakers will have a few days to figure out what they did right Saturday night when they dumped the Red Deer Generals 4-1 in the quarter finals of the Alberta Major Baseball League Super Series at Henderson Park. The victory was supposed to send the Lakers into the semi-final against the Calgary Jimmies Sunday but a heavy overnight rainfall forced post- ponement of that contest until Thursday night. The Jimmies earned their berth in the semi final by edging the Edmonton Blockers 4-2 while the Ed- monton Tigers received a bye into the championship game after slipping past the Calgary Giants 5-4 in Saturday's other games. The Lakers came up with a solid defensive effort before 500 onlookers Saturday night and didn't look like the same ballclub that lost 15-6 and 13-6 to the same Generals in an AMBL doubleheader one week ago. Part of the difference was the fact that these were not exactly the same Generals. The Super Series is restricted to Canadian and the Generals were forced to play without the ser- vices of four of their leading including play- ing manager Marty Coil. the locals were a far superior unit to the one that has suffered 11 losses so far in AMBL play. The Laker which has been somewhat suspect of committed only two miscues in the and gave pitcher Paul Sullivan some needed support when the going got rough. Sullivan himself was shutting out the Generals until the bottom of the ninth when a error and a blooping single combined to give the Generals their only run. The Red Deer rally didn't stop and Sullivan almost let it get putting runners on se- cond and third with one away. But he came up big in the striking out one batter and getting the last one on an easy grc'jnder to shortstop Bobby Brown. The Lakers had taken a 1-0 lead in the second inn- ing when Ken Nakama stole and was driven in by Brian Hogan's double. That run began to look pretty big when the score remained unchanged after seven completed innings. But the Lakers put two General errors together with Tim Negrello's double and Bob Turner's single to score two runs in the eighth. Gary Picone's bases loaded sacrifice fly scored Brian Hogan in the inith to give the Lakers a 4-0 lead going into the final half frame. Negrello also had two singles against losing pitcher Fred who went the distance for Red Deer in the lowest scoring AMBL game local fans have seen this season. The Lakers managed only seven hits against Cardwell while Sullivan scattered six hits and struck out seven en route to the victory. Gord Tucker doubled and singled twice for the Generals while Roger Pozzo poled a pair of singles in a losing cause. In the other former Laker Wayne Com- modore's perfect throw from right field cut down the tying run at home plate in the bottom of the ninth inn- ing in the Tigers 5-4 victory. Three infield singles had loaded the bases for the Giants with no one out before Commodore and reliever Ken Ewasiuk combined forces to save the victory for Tigers starting pitcher Dick Hazel. Jules Owchar belted a double and single for the winners while Tim Young added two safeties against losing pitcher Ray Forgie. Rick Hindmarch and Bill Dunbar each singled twice for the Giants. And the Jimmies scored two runs in the seventh inning and added another pair in the ninth to eliminate the Blockers from further competition. Ken Grove's single and Chris Ouellette's sacrifice fly drove in the deciding runs for the Jimmies. Jimmies pitcher Ron Peterson gave up two runs in the second but allowed only one Blocker hit the rest of the way for the victory. John Elick showed the way for the Calgary batters with a double and while Russ McKee and Ken Grove each singled twice off losing pitcher John Osborne. Rick Johnson had two singles for the Blockers. Next action for the Lakers will be Tuesday night when they host the Calgary Giants for a regularly scheduled AMBL game beginning at 8 p.m. at Henderson Park. of they will host the Jimmies for the Super Series semi final. That one is set to go at 8 p.m. as well. Fly Balls American plavers must add a lot of or a lot of errors a typical AMBL game features 15 or 20 but all of Saturday's contests were tight defensive battles Laker officials got into a bit of a hassle with the Jimmies field manager Sun- day morning when the decision to postpone was still up in the air... He said he was concerned about the added expense of another trip down here and real- ly pushed to play the game despite the muddy field One can't help thinking he had other reasons for wanting to get it over with Sullivan was out- standing on the mound and by Thursday he should be ready to go again if need be the Lakers weren't trying to postpone the mind you they had Les Ohrn and Al Farchuk ready to and it was Ferchuk who hung a six hitter on the Giants a couple of weeks ago in the Lakers home opening 9-0 victory the Jimmies also wanted to move the semi final contest to but financial considerations forced them to relent... a game in Calgary this week would be completely wiped out attendance wise by the Stampede. Letnbridge Lakers 010 000 7 2 Red Deer Generals 000 000 6 4 Sullivan and Bozak CardweHI and McCook. Mike Marshall shows top reliever stops former mates ASSOCIATED PRESS You really have to hand it to Mike Marshall. At least that's just what Walt Alston has been doing all year. The dean of major league baseball managers handed the ball to the dean of major league relief pitchers again and Marshall came through with his usual con- sistency. Appearing in his 56th and 57th games this Marshall recorded his 12th and 13th saves as Los Angeles Dodgers took a doubleheader from Montreal and 5-3. Marshall recently set a record by appearing in 13 straight games. the man is trying to get a hit off me and the other club is trying to beat me is the only incentive I need to do my Marshall said. He dispatched his former team-mates Sunday with professionalism. Marshall Johnson needed that experience ASSOCIATED PRESS Being sent to the minors was a good thing for Bart but his return to ma- jor league baseball might be JOURNEYMEN TRADES for EUROCAN PULP PAPER CO. LTD. B.C. We will be visiting Alberta to interview local candidates for the following MILLWRIGHTS INSTRUMENT MECHANICS HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS WELDERS Preference will be given to those applicants with Inter-Provincial Trade Qualifications along with Heavy Industrial trade experience Successful applicants will be eligible for relocation assistance to the Company's Paper and Woodmill Complex located in British Columbia Journeyman Rate A full range of employee benefits are available including a Company shared Dental Plan. Interested tradesmen are requested to submit a detailed record of their work history e Mr. J. A. Foglietta EUROCAN PULP PAPER LTD. P.O. BOX 1400 British Columbia Interviews will be scheduled upon receipt of appl- please Include telephone numbers to assist In arranging for personal Interviews. even better for Chicago White Sox. was but it was probably the best thing that happened to me because I wouldn't have been used much and you can't develop con- sistency that Johnson said Sunday of his banishment to the minors after spending two full American League seasons and parts of three others with the White Sox. could be the man we need to go all the man- ager Chuck Tanner said after a 6-foot-5 right- hander who was recalled fired a two-hitter and beat Detroit Tigers 3-1. Elsewhere Cleveland Indians trimmed California Angels Boston Red Sox snapped a five-game losing streak by defeating Kansas City 5-3 after the Royals took the doubleheader opener 11-9 in 10 Baltimore Orioles beat Oakland A's Milwaukee Brewers downed Minnesota Twins 8-5 but dropped the nightcap 5-3 in 11 and Texas Rangers edged New York Yankees 3-2. In Saturday's Balti- more blanked the World Serjes-champion A's Milwaukee downed Minnesota Kansas City topped Boston Chicago edged Detroit New York drubb- ed Texas 9-3 and Cleveland got by California 1-0. Johnson allowed a home run to Norm Cash in the second in- struck out nine and re- tired 20 batters in a row before Mickey Stanley singled in the ninth. wasn't said Johnson. been throwing like that for a The surprising part is that Johnson is pitching at all after for three weeks fol- lowing his spring training de- motion. was traded from the Expos to the Dodgers last winter for centre fielder Willie Davis. didn't feel any little extra desire to beat this Marshall said. me they are just another ballclub that's it. In the other National League games Chicago Cubs nipped Atlanta Braves Philadelphia Phillies stopped San Diego Padres New York Mets blanked San Francisco Giants Pittsburgh Pirates turned back Houston Astros 6-4 in 10 and Cincinnati Reds took a doubleheader from St. Louis and 11-2. Montreal hammered the Dodgers 6-1 on Saturday while Philadelphia topped San Diego Houston trimmed Pitts- burgh Atlanta edged Chi- cago 3-2 in 10 San Francisco checked New York 5-2 and St. Louis beat Cincin- nati 3-1. Marshall came into a no- bases-loaded situation in the seventh inning of the nightcap and allowed just one run to score. Marshall later gave up a two-run homer to Davis in the ninth inning before nailing down the se- cond game. Marshall came into the eighth inning of the opener to wrap up Tommy John's 13th victory of the baseball season. In the second the Dodgers took a 2-0 lead in the first inning on run-scoring hits by Bill Buckner and Ron Cey. Cey's single drove in a Dodger run in the and Los Ange- les made it the eventual winning on Dave Lopes' RBI bouncer in the sixth. Lopes' ground ball triggered a brief free-for-all when Dodger runner Rick Auerbach collided with Montreal short- stop Tim Foli on the play. Both benches emptied and there were a few punches but no one was 'ejected. LIONS LOSE HAMILTON Ian Sunter's 15-yard field goal on the final play of the game gave Hamilton Tiger-Cats a 25-23 victory over British Columbia Lions in a Canadian Football League exhibition game Sunday night played before -at Ivor Wynne Stadium. Being quick pays off Lethbridge Lakers' Bob Turner hustled down the first base line and managed to beat out a grounder against the Red Deer Generals' defensive corps Saturday night. The Lakers went on to defeat the Generals 4-1 in the Super Series quarter-final before a packed crowd at Henderson Stadium. The Super Series was scheduled to resume but poor weather has delayed its continuation until Thursday night. Jr. Miners belted twice in Calgary CALGARY The Lethbridge Junior Miners were wishing the skies hadn't cleared by the time they finished their Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League doubleheader with the Calgary Junior Giants Sun- day. The Junior Miners lost 8-4 and 15-4 to the Giants in two games that were almost post- poned due to wet field con- ditions. Ken Walker gave up only five Miner hits in the opener while the Junior Giants pound- ed out 11 against Allan Korth for the victory The locals rebounded from a 4-0 first inning deficit to tie the score in the but the Giants scored three runs in their half of the seventh and added another in the eighth for the winning margin. Mike Juilfs led the Calgary batters with a pair of doubles while Dave George managed a triple and a single for the Miners. The Junior Giants shelled Lethbridge pitchers Stu Dow and Jon Petrunia for 16 hits in amassing the 15 run total in the which lasted only seven innings by prior mutual agreement of the teams. WALKS TO RECORD Ore. Toronto's Max Gould won the walk at the annual' AAU Masters track and field championships Sunday in record time. Max Findlay belted a two run homer in the first inning and added a triple and double later on to lead the Giant at- tack The locals overcame an ear- ly 3-0 deficit to tie the game in the third but once again the Giants pulled counting two runs in the three in the and another four in the sixth frame. Only four Junior Miners managed to stroke singles off winning pitcher David Bruce The Miners will be on the road again Thursday night when they travel to Vauxhall for an evening contest. they are scheduled to travel to High River next Sunday for a doubleheader against the Highwood Juniors. 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