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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i nc kc i neniwuE i iwj Travelling to Europe for Book early Book now with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Mill Phont 321-3201 Herald- Sports Horse racing here again Whoop-Up Downs will once again be the site of thoroughbred racing with all its anticipation and disappointments. As in years horse racing will be a feature of the Lethbridge and district Whoop-Up Days celebrations Action is scheduled to start Monday and will conclude six days of racing on Saturday. Post time for each day of riding is slated for p.m. with eight races in store for all paramutual bettors To aid all each day the Lethbridge Herald will carry race selections for the following day races. 4ndreachuk in third RED DEER Jackie Davies of Edmonton and Jeanne Murray of Red Deer were tied for the lead Wednes- day after the first round of the Alberta Junior Girls Golf Championship runner up to Pat Hall of Medicine Hat a year ago and who finished third last year each shot an 81 They were six strokes ahead of Carol Andreachuk of Lethbridge after the first 18 holes of the 36-hole tour- nament Cheryl French of Camrose was fourth with a 95 and Dawne Calgary City ranked fifth Also at stake in the playoffs are the three berths of the Drovmcial junior girls team that will compete in the Cana- lian Championships at Ed- monton next month. The top three players after the two rounds of the junior playoff and the best two of three scores in next weeks provin- cial ladies championships will form the team Baseball ballet Pirates' Mario Mendoza dances catcher Paul Casanova scoops up late throw as umpire across home plate scoring from third on Gene Clines' Terry Tata makes the call. The Braves won the game sacrifice fly during seventh inning action with the 10-5. Atlanta Braves in Pittsburgh Wednesday night. Braves Lakers host Jimmies in semi-final tonight INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lomr Floor 517 4th S. Phorw 327-1541 The Lethbridge Lakers won't have to worry about any bad Americans tonight when they host the Calgary Jimmies for the semi-final of the Alberta Major Baseball League Super Series. The Super which is a playdown toward the Cana- dian Senior Baseball Cham- is restricted to Canadian players only. The defending champions of the Super have been having con- siderable trouble with the other AMBL teams in league play this year They presently sport a 3-12 record But other teams rely heavi- ly on imports while the locals presently have only one Jim in the regular line-up. The Barrhead Cardinals Riders earn wins By The CANADIAN PRESS The Big Z gets a kick out of perhaps because he puts as much boot into the game as anybody. Zenon Andrusyshyn was at his best Wednesday night in CNE kicking Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART 1 -ballet 5-c. PART 5-c. PART 5-c. PICTURE Soviet Communits Party leader Leonid Brezhnev. Toronto Argonauts to a 27-17 victory over Winnipeg Blue Bombers That coupled with Ottawa Rough Riders 28-27 home win over British Columbia Lions gave the Eastern Conference teams a huge edge in the Canadian Football League preseason schedule. The East now has won five and tied one of six interlocking exhibition games. The Rough Riders now have run up a 3-0 pre-season won- lost mark that doesn't include their win over the CFL All- Stars on June 26 There's one great reason why Acadian 400 is becoming so popular. KITE WHISKY were unable even to enter the tournament because all four of their pitchers are while the Jim- mies are forced to go without the services of slugger John among in the Super Series The difference a few Americans can make was evi- dent last weekend when the Lakers dumped the Red Deer Generals 4-1 in the tourna- ment semi-final. One week the sporting an entirely American had trounc- ed the Lakers 13-6 and 15-6 in regularly-scheduled AMBL doubleheader. Paul Sullivan shackled the Generals on six hits in the 4-1 and he should be ready to take the mound again tonight for the locals Game time st Henderson Park is set for 8 p m Meanwhile Edmonton Tigers scored three runs in the fifth inning on the way to a 4-3 Alberta Major Baseball League victory Wednesday night over Red Deer Generals. Dennis Lopez worked the first five innings for Edmonton to pick up the win. Dave Dumbeck pitched the last four innings. LE7HBRID6E OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower 7th Street Shopping Mall Alberta PhoiW 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES World Football League debut attracts many THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It was novelty night in the world of professional football and the gimmick was a bigger hit than the organizers of the World Football League had expected At four of five sites for the first football games in the new professional football crowds were bigger than originally anticipated 1 although at no site did the demand exceed the supply of tickets The WFL gets a sterner test tonight during the telecast of the game between New York Stars and Jacksonville Sharks which will provide the armchair fans with a chance to judge the merits or dements of the infant league In the first night of WFL ac- tivity Chicago Fire defeated Houston Texans Florida Blazers edged Honolulu Hawaiians Philadelphia Bell trounced Portland Storm Memphis Southmen beat Detroit Wheels 34-15 and Birmingham Americans beat Southern California Sun 11-7 Birmingham drew the biggest where long hungry for a football saw their dream come true and gave the Americans an extended ovation before the game was awed and impressed with the enthusiasm of the Birmingham said league president Gary Davidson who was attending the game was expecting a crowd of perhaps and to get a crowd of is just Club officials earlier had said they had hoped for a crowd of in the seat stadium. Philadelphia drew almost above what had been but still way short of a sellout in mammoth John F Kennedy Stadium Chicago drew to Soldier well over its anticipated crowd of while Florida drew 18.625 fans to the Tangerine Bowl which holds A crowd of is expected for tonight's game in the Gator Bowl between Jacksonville and the the team Shark coach Bud Asher rates as tops in the new league What the fans saw Wednesday ranged from aerial displays by Philadelphia's King Corcoran and Chicago's Virgil who each threw two touchdown to low- scoring efforts by Birmingham and whose efforts belied the WFL Special Purchase Sale 300C.C.M. BIKES 3 5 10 standards and hi rises All At 1973 Prices SAVE EXTRA SPECIAL CCMMINI MARAUDER For 3-6 year olds 2 training wheels 95 13 only 29 BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ava. 3. Phont 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY promise of wide-open Even in rolling up its big said some appeared well below the standard of the established National Football League and not even as good as the old American Football League in its first season. The Blazers suffered a loss off the playing field Wednesday when they released linebacker Bill Bergey from his WFL com- allowing him to be traded from the NFL Cincinnati Bengals to Philadelphia Eagles. had not received his July 1 bonus payment from the WFL and Orlando was willing to release its contract with said Bengals' coach Paul who added the release enabled Bergey to be traded with no strings attached Golf league LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net Murray Mills and Bill Shostak of House of John Lacey and Harry Cox of Hans DeGroot of Jack LeBeau of Walkers and Ken Price of Lethbridge Herald all tied with 32. Low Gross House of Lethbridge 35 Low team net Lethbridge Bill Roy Miles and Bill Andreachuk 137. Eight-point sweep Walkers over CJOC. COUNTRY CLUB MEN'S Low net Dave Blacks 27 Low gross Al Gentlemen III 35 Low team net Paul R Davidson and G Davies 140 LAKESIDE MEN'S Flemings Jubilee Singers Fraches Pohulje Ace Building CHEC Parsons Union 76 Dongatti CJOC Herald Imp Life Walkers House of Leth Sugar Beeters W Owen COUNTRY CLUB Lakeview Texaco Gentlemen III Lethbridge Office Furniture Bastedo's Packers Oliver Blacks Dongatli Reliance Agencies Eatons Perky King Chrysler 86 85 81 81 76 75 72 68 68 68 67 66 66 62 61 51 42 42 99 97 93 90 86 86 80 73 70 64 63 43 ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL St New Los San San TODAY'S GAMES Cincinnati Kirby at Chicago Reuschel WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS San Diego 020 120 12 0 New York 000 010 7 2 Grief and Kendall Sadecki McGraw and Grote HRs SO Wmfield Roberts Cm 000 000 3 9 1 Chicago 030 011 15 0 Norman Baney Hall McEaney and Bonham Swisher HRs Chi Swisher Thornton Los Ang 001 002 7 1 Phila 000 200 10 2 Sutton Zahn Marshall and Hernaiz and Boone HRs LA Lopes Ferguson San Fran 003 001 6 1 Montreal 000 010 10 2 Barr and Renko and Foote Atlanta 322 201 15 4 Pitts 000 020 10 0 Morton House Fnsella and Ellis Morlan Patterson Hernandez and Sanguillen HRs Atl Baker Johnson St Louis 110 000 11 0 Houston 020 000 7 0 Pena and Cosgrove and May HR SL-Dwyer TODAY'S GAMES Texas Hargan at Boston Lee Cleveland Peterson at Minnesota Decker New York Medich at Kansas City Bnles Baltimore McNally at Chicago Moran WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Texas 000 000 6 0 Boston 000 200 01 9 0 Clyde Foucaull and Sims Cleveland and Montgomery HR Bos Montgomery Chicago 000 000 4 0 Mil 021 000 30x-6 9 1 Wood L Allen and Herrmann Champion and Porter HRs Scott Hegan Chi Melton Detroit 200 103 6 13 1 Minn 310 002 13 4 LaGrcw. 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