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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta I TIB ucinpniuuc JUiy Travelling to Europe for Book early Book now with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lowtr 7th SliMl Shopping Mill Alberta Phone 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Did I make San Francisco Gary Matthews seems to be scratching his head trying to figure out if he beat the throw after attempting to stretch a double into a triple during third mnmg play against the Montreal Expos Monday night Matthews received no pity on the play and was tagged out by Expos' Ron Hunt The Giants went on to edge the hosts 5-4 in the National Baseball League game City of Lethbridge prepares for South Games with pair of playoffs The City Of Lethbndge will continue its preparations for the upcoming Southern Alberta Summmer Games by staging a pair of playdowns this weekend Golfing and horseshoes will be the featured events with the former being held Friday and the latter Saturday The golfing playoffs will be a seniors event divided into three categories for both the men's and women's divisions Categories one years of and category two 64 years of will have an 18-hole playdown while category three years and will have a nine-hole playoff The one-day event will be staged at the Country Club and golfers will play at their convenience during the day and will submit their scores to the Club pro as soon as they complete their scorecard Meanwhile the horseshoe playoffs is scheduled for the horseshoe range at the river- bottom Saturday HONDA MINI-SALE 3 speed automatic transmission 4 folds up Reg. NOW automatic 4 stroke street folds up Reg. NOW 4 4 stroke NOW LETHBRIDCE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd S. Phone 327-8899 CLOSED MONDAYS OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. AMPLE FREE PARKING HONDA-HONDA-HONDA-HONDA-HONDA Four age groups which in- clude 13 years of age and un- 16 years of age and 35 years ot age and under and 36 years of age and over have been set for the one-day playdowns Registrations can be picked up at the Summer Games of- fice or by phoning 328-2341 ex- tension 202 The Summer Games office also announced Monday that registrations for the Robbie Tietz in top 20 Robbie Tietz of the Lethbridge Amateur Swim Club recently learned that he placed in the top twenty in Canada in the National Age Group Championships Operation swim meet The meet is held every spr- ing with swimmers from all parts of Canada competing in their local areas The results are then compil- ed and published Robbie placed fourth in the 50 metre seventh the 100 metre ninth in the 100 metre in- dividual and 13th in the 100 metre backstroke Tietz also led the Lethbridge Amateur Swim Club at a season ending meet in Great Falls by breaking an out of state record in the 50 metre backstroke in a time of 39 1 seconds Teitz also placed first in the 50 and 100 metre 100 metre backstroke and 50 metre butterfly in an out- standing individual perfor- mance Shirley Van Dyk brought home two first place plac- ques by winning the 100 and 200 metre backstroke events Shirley also placed second in the 100 metre butterfly third in the 200 metre and fourth in the 100 metre freestyle Other local winners were Helen Darla Ander- son. Vanessa Harrison Lorelei Anaerson Stephen Svme Tommy Rob- bie Pangor Russell and Graeme Bowden The meet wound up the local swim club s activities tor this season The club will resume training at the beginning of at which time new members will be accepted 61 Litho ragnn QUALITY PRODUCTS I'nstant Printing Business Forms DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE equestrian playoffs will close Wednesday Competition will take place at a later date and all entrants will be contacted as to when the eliminations will be held Entry forms can also be picked up at the Games' of- fice A syncronized swimming practice will be held for any persons interested in com- peting at the Star 1 level at the Fritz Sick Pool Wednesday The practice will get un- derway at 5 30 p m and will conclude around seven o'clock Meanwhile the City of Lethbndge held its slowpitch and track and field eliminations over the weekend The following is a list of the winners in the two events SLOWPITCH Men s open 1 Raunchy Raiders 2 Eagles 3 Obers TRACK AND FIELD PEE WEE GIRLS 60 metres 1 Argela Saccomam 2 Judy Aitchison 3 Heather Murray 400 metres 1 Angela Saccomam 2 Crystal Nordeem 3 Lmaa Hurell Long jump 1 Angela Saccomani 2 Judy Aitchison 3 Crystal Nordeem High jump 1 Dannette Kazala 2 Linda Hurell 3 Crystal Nordeem PEE WEE BOYS 60 metres 1 Mark Wheeler 2 Ralf Buhrmann 3 Darwin Starrier 400 metres 1 Mark Wheeler 2 Buhrmann 3 Darwin Starner High jump 1 Darwm Starnei 2 Mark Wheeler 3 Doug Hurhala Long jump 1 Mark Wheeler 2 Ralf Buhrmann 3 Darwin Starner BANTAM GIRLS 100 metres 1 Debbie 2 Cathy McCune 3 Sherry Hamilton 200 metres 1 Crystal Miyashiro 2 Cindy Tiesland 3 Holly Leffmgwell 400 metres 1 Crystal 2 Roxanne Aitchison Long jump 1 Nancy Himsl 2 Holly Leffmgwell 3 Debbie Witwicki High jump 1 Crystal Miyashiro 2 Sherry Hamilton 3 Roxanne Aitchison Shot put 1 Brenda Olesky BANTAM BOYS 100 metres 1 Ivano Fraulm 2 Ralph Quint 3 Oscar Zorzetti 200 metres 1 Ivano 2 Ralph Quint 3 Lanny Iron 400 metres 1 Ivano Frauhn 2 Lanny Tron 3 Bill Orr Long jump 1 Ivano Fraulm 2 Lanny Tron 3 Bill Orr High jump 1 Ken Moore 2 Mike Coyle 3 Bill Orr Triple Lanny Tron 2 Ralph Quint 3 Ken Moore Shot put 1 Lanny Tron 2 Ivano Fraulm 3 Mike Coyle MIDGET GIRLS 100 Lorraine Daw 2 Lori Altchison 3 Silvana Saccomani 200 metres 1 Lori Aitchison 2 Silvana Saccomani 3 Lorraine Daw 40C metres 1 Silvsna Saccomani 2 Lori Aitchison Long jump 1 Lorraine Daw 2 Lori Aitchison 3 Silvana Saccomani MIDGET BOYS 100 metres i Pat McCune 2 Ed Parker 3 Glen Leffmgwell 200 metres 1 Pat McCune 2 Ed Parker 400 metres 1 Ed Parker 2 David Boulton 3 Brian Murray 800 metres 1 Brian Murray 2 David Boulton High jump and shot put 1 Harvey Pocza JUVENILE GIRLS 16-17 200 metres 400 metres 800 metres 1 Jeanette Gibbons Discuss 1 Jeanette Gibbons INTERMEDIATE GIRLS 200 metres 400 metres BOO metres 1 Pal Boulton INTERMEDIATE OOVS Shot put 1 Lyle Gallant 2 Don 3 Paul Zook Javelin 1 Paul Zook 2 Don Malaza 1500 metres 5000 metres 1 Ronald Rice SENIOR MENS 1SOO metres 5000 metres triple jump 1 Rod Constable Misses record with 10th inning loss Gaylord Perry defeated ASSOCIATED PRESS all said Gaylord Perry following Monday night's 4-3 10-inning loss to Oakland A's The Cleveland Indians' right-hander had come within two outs of tying the American League record of 16 consecutive pitching vic- tories Baltimore Orioles nipped California Angels Kansas City Royals blanked Boston Red Sox Minnesota Twins downed Detroit Tigers Milwaukee Brewers edged Chicago White Sox 6-5 in 12 in- nings and New York Yankees trounced Texas Rangers 12-5 Perry blew a 3-2 lead with one out in the ninth inning when Joe Rudi tripled and Gene who tagged him for a two-run homer in the se- cond inning delivered the ty- ing run with a sacrifice fly Perry allowed six struck out 13 and walked only two but one of tnem was to pinch hitter Pat leading off the 10th Pinch runner John Odom got around to third on a sacrifice and an infield out and designated hitter Claudell starting his first major league drill- ed a Perry slider through the left side of the Cleveland m- field for a single and the winn- ing run On his previous time at Washington laced a fork ball for a triple his first maior league h-t I knew it was all over when I saw the ball go Perry said rather have no strikeouts and win It was Perry's second loss of the season and his first since opening day Vida Blue outduelled Perry by firing a although a two-run homer by Cleveland catcher Dave Duncan in the seventh inning lifted the Indians into a 3-2 lead and gave Perry a shot at matching the 16-win record set by Walter Johnson and Smoky Joe Wood in 1912 and equalled by Lefty Grove in 1931 and Schoolboy Rowe in 1934 Baltimore scored five first- inning runs and used Wayne Garland s 4 1-3 innings of hitless relief to send the skidding Angels to their ninth consecutive defeat and under manager Dick Williams Four of the five Baltimore runs in the first were uneain- ed as a result of an error by first baseman John Doherty Steve Busby shut out slump- ing Boston on three hits and Tony Solaita hit a three-run double who pitched a no-hitter against Milwaukee last month retired the first 11 batters Eric Soderholm's two-run homer highlighted Minnesota s four-run second inning against Woodie Fryman while Bert Blyleven checked the Tigers on seven hits Mike Hegan's two-run pinch homer in the 12th inning off reliever Stan Bahnsen lifted the Brewers to victory over the White Sox Chris Chambliss ripped a three-run Bobby Murcer drove in three more with a homer and an infield out and Dick Woodson pitched 5 2-3 shutout innings of relief New York The Yankees pounded 19 hits off Ferguson Jenkins of Ont and three relievers including four doubles by kght-hitting Jim Mason which tied a major league record Messersmith is pitching better than record shows ASSOCIATED PRESS record doesn't indicate how well I've says Los Angeles Dodgers' Andy who has nine two losses and a 2 12 earned-run average He'll get no argument from Philadelphia who were handcuffed 4-0 on three hits Monday night Messer- smith did not allow a base hit until the sixth inning of the National League baseball game 'Sure I was thinking of a no- he said I always try to pitch a no-hitter I've been trying for 17 years Elsewhere San Francisco Giants trimmed Montreal Expos 5-4 in 10 in- nings Atlanta Braves blanked Pittsburgh Pirates 5-0 New York Mets edged San Diego Padres 2-1 and Houston Astros defeated St Louis Cardinals 4- 1 Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds were not scheduled In his last nine Mes- sersmith was allowed just six earned runs for a 0 74 earned- run average Messersmith lost his no- hitter Monday night with one out in the sixth when Dave Cash hit a triple to nght- centi e He came back to retire Larry Bona on a pop up and strike out Mike Schmidt preserving his third shutout of the season It was the first complete game for a Dodger pitcher since June when Messersmith turned the trick Los Angeles relief ace Mike Marshall has appeared in 17 of the team's last 20 games Relief pitcher Randy Mof- fitt tripled home the winning run m the 10th inning for the Giants after leadoff man Mike Phillips had reached first on an error by Expo second baseman Larry Lintz It was Moffitt's second hit of the season his first extra base hit and his first run batted in Moffut pitched the final 3 1 3 innings allowing no runs on three hits Steve pitched all the way for the Ex- pos Atlanta s Max making his first start of the season blanked Pittsburgh on six and the Braves took advantage of errors by Pitt- sburgh-second baseman Ren- nie Stennett and left fielder Stargell to score four unearned runs in the fourth in- ning CASH FOR YOUR CAR Dunlop Ford will pay you cash for your car if it is one of the select units we require immediately CONTACT THE USED CAR BUYER NOW AT DUNt. FORD Harry Parker Bob Miller combined on a six- Doug Rader hit a two-run homer on an 0-2 count in the hitter and the Mets defence lifth inning to help Houston s came up with three double plays in stopping the padres Tom Gntfm post his 10th vic- tory ot the season Local girls attend camp Sandra Knight Lorell and Les all of Lethbndge recently attended the Jim King Basketball Camp in Oklahoma The three received a week's instruction from various out standing coaches including 10-year NBA veteran Jim King Chicago Bulls center Clifford Rav and former Harlem Globetrotter Sugar- foot Johnson ELRICH TIRE SPOR T SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GBL St Louis 43 39 524 Philadelphia 42 41 506 Montreal 39 41 488 3 Chicago 36 44 450 6 Pittsburgh 36 44 450 6 New York 36 46 439 7 West Division Los Angeles 59 27 686 Cincinnati 47 36 566 10' z Atlanta 45 41 523 14 Houston 44 41 518 14'z San Francisco 38 48 442 21 San Diego 36 53 404 TODAY'S GAMES Cincinnati Bilhngham al Chicago Stone Los Angeles Downing or Zahn at Philadelphia Twitchell Atlanta Reed at Pittsburgh Brett San Francisco Bradley at Montreal Blair San Oiego Spillner at New York Matlack St Louis Curtis at Houston Roberts MONDAY'S RESULTS Atlanta 000 410 6 0 Pitts 000 000 6 2 Leon and Casanova Reuss Morlan Patterson and Sanguillen St Louis 100 000 3 0 Houston 000 020 8 0 McGlothen Hrabosky Gaman and Simmons Griffin and M May HR Hou Rader Los Ang 000 202 9 1 Phila 000 000 3 0 Messersmith and Yeager Schueler R.chert Hernaiz Watt and Boone HR LA Yeager San Diego 000 100 6 1 New York 001 100 7 2 Freisleben Tomlm Romo and Kendall Parker Miller and Grote Dyer San Fran 004 000 000 51 Montreal 101 002 000 13 2 Hahcki Bryant 3osa Moffut and Boccabella Rader Rogers and Foole HR Mil Bailey LEAGUF LEADERS AB R H Pet. Garr All 355 46 128 361 Snrth SL 257 39 87 339 Gross Hou 276 47 93 337 Cash Pha 340 55 109 321 Pgh 258 39 82 318 Schmidt Pha 50 87 316 Garvey IA 349 52 110 315 Geronimo Cm 191 36 60 314 Grubb SD 255 33 80 314 Buckner LA 297 39 93 313 Home runs Cedeno Houston Wynn Los Angeles Schmidt Runs batted in Cedeno Garvey Pitching decisions John Los Angeles Messersmith Los Angeles AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GBL Cleveland 45 36 556 Baltimore 44 37 543 1 Boston 44 38 537 Detroit 43 40 518 3 Milwaukee 41 41 500 4 New York 39 43 476 6 West Division Oakland 47 37 560 Kansas City 42 39 519 3 Texas 42 43 494 5 Chicago 40 41 434 5 Minnesota 37 47 440 10 California 32 54 J72 16 lODAY'S GAMES Texas Bibby at Boston Drago New York Tidrcw at Kansas Cily Busby Chicago Bahnsen at Milwaukee Slaton Detroit Coleiran at Minnesota Albury Baltimore Cuellar at Califor- nia Lange Cleveland Arlm at Oakland Hunter MONDAY'S RESULTS Kansas C 001 040 9 0 Boston 000 000 3 3 Busby and Healy Martmex Drago and Blackwell HR KC Brett Detroit 002 000 7 2 Minn 041 000 12 0 Fryman Lemanczyk and Moses Blyleven and Rool HR Mm Soderholm New York 323 002 19 2 Texas 230 000 000- 5111 Tidrow Woodson Upshaw and Munson Jenkins Slanhouse Thomas Shellenback and Sundberg HR NY Murcer Chicago 000 200 200 5 11 0 Milwaukee 001 002 010 6 13 1 Kaat Forster Bahnsen and Herrmann Sprague Murray Travers and Moore HRs Chi Allen Mil Garcia Hegan Cleveland 000 010 200 4 0 Oakland 020 000 001 6 0 G Perry and Duncan Blue and Haney Hosley HRs Cle Duncan Oak Tenace Baltimore 500 000 11 1 California 202 000 001-5 8 4 Alexander Garland Jack- son Reynolds Hood John- son and Etchebarren Hendncks Hassler Sells and Rodriguez HR Cal Rodriguez LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet Carew Mm 322 46 123 382 Hargrove Tex 196 27 67 342 Stanton Cal 201 26 66 328 Pandle Tex 253 37 83 328 Orta Chi 220 36 72 327 Jackson Oak 254 47 82 323 Braun Mm 245 27 78 316 McRae KC 278 41 88 317 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. 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