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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Even Mike Marshall makes mistakes ANDY CAPP THE ASSOCIATED PBESS Everybody makes even Mike Marshall. The seemingly perfect relief pitcher of Los Angeles Dodgers showed Wednesday night that he's only human while losing a 5-4 decision to Philadelphia Phillies. who has been daz- zling in the clutch this gave up the winning run on Dave Cash's single in the ninth first time he's lost in more than a month. Cash credited his game-win- ning blow to think- same quality that has kept Marshall on top all season. Before Wednesday the Dodger relief star had won 11 games in 14 decisions and posted 13 saves. In his last 18 Marshall had allowed just 10 earned runs in 37.2 innings. Cash drove home Tommy Hutton with the game-winner. told Hutton I'd bring him in if he could get to second said Cash. bit is nothing more than positive In the other National League San Diego Padres trimmed New York British Open Golf taking its toll LYTHAM ST. Eng- land South Africa's Gary Player and John Morgan of England head the field at the start of today's second round in the British open golf championship. Both shot two-under-par 69s Wednesday in rain and wind which swept the course and sent the scores of many of the world's best golfers soaring. Among those battling to sur- vive the 36-hole cut today will be 1971-1972 champion Lee Trevino of the United States who took a 79 and then said he has lost all interest in golf from playing too much. like to take a couple of years he said. Others whose scores bal- looned as the winds shifted di- rection were Americans Miller Barber and Gay Brewer and 1963 winner Bob Charles of New with U.S. Open runner-up Forrest Fezler with 83 and Australian Bruce Crampton 85. Player and Morgan led the small field who bettered or equalled par and Player said played as well as I could. I am satisfied. It was a perfect round of golf in these windy Treat your mends Hiram Wdker's Special Old. Gentle Rye Whisky. Mets Chicago Cubs blasted Cincinnati Reds Atlanta Braves hammered Pittsburgh Pirates San Francisco Giants turned back Montreal Expos 4-3 and Houston Astros nudged St. Louis Cardinals 3-2. California Angels will not lose little present from the schedule maker. The Angels have an off day which should not be confused with off which they've been having most of the season. a day off will said California manager Dick Williams. know it can't hurt Baltimore Orioles hurt the Angels on Wednesday beating them 9-1. It was the Angels' llth straight loss. Ten of those losses have come under Williams. Elsewhere in the American Boston Red Sox tripped Texas Rangers Milwaukee Brewers dropped Chicago White Sox Minnesota Twins pounded Detroit Tigers 11-6 and New York Yankees downed Kansas' City Royals 9-4. The Angels were out of Wednesday's game and Williams was out of there even earlier. The Angels were looking up from a 8-0 deficit after five while Williams was in the California clubhouse after three. Home plate umpire Armando Rodriguez threw Williams out when the Angels' manager claimed third baseman Brooks Robinson dropped Ellie Rodriguez' foul pop. the saw things differently. had no bearing on the outcome of the Williams said of the incident. I can't understand why he threw me out. my Spanish is getting better or his English is getting Ross who posted his seventh straight limited the Angels to six hits. Boog Powell hit a three-rur. homer for the Orioles and Rich Coggins added a two-run shot. Nolan Ryan was the his third in a as his record dipped to 10-9. SOLD TO CUBS PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia Phillies announced they have sold infielder-outfielder Billy Grabarkewitz to Chicago Cubs for slightly more than the waiver price. WHAT'S 7 AS WHEN VOU IF THE BOOKS WON'T MY THIS LOT WON'T MAKE ANY GOOD GOOD- College All-Star tilt out THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The two sides are getting back together but the National Football League players' strike has already claimed its first underprivileged kids of Chicago. Officials of the NFL Players' Association and NFL Management Council agreed Wednesday to try and resume contract negotiations. But a few hours the striking players achieved a bitter- tasting goal when the July 26 College All-Star an annual charity was killed for the first time since its 1934 inception. Chicago Tribune sponsor of the game which traditionally kicks off the NFL exhibition said it couldn't finance and plan a game under the prevailing un- certain conditions and decided to cancel the contest. Cooper chairman of the said the decision to call off the action which will cost underprivileged Chicago-area youngsters about taken after the players' union failed to give full to the play- ing of the game. Two days the colle- trapped in the middle of the voted by a slim majority not to play the strike was settled by game day. They would have earned apiece for playing. It's also cost some NFL players a healthy chunk of dough. Miami's Super Bowl- champion the other team in the would have earned about with some individual stars getting one-game pay-cheques of about Sansei takes tournament The Lethbridge Sansei rack- ed up four straight victories to capture the annual Camrose Olympic Bantam Baseball tournament over the weekend. In their first Sansei got a three-hitter from Dick Stephure to down Olds 4-0. Harvie Pocza scattered six hits in the second game as the locals edged Camrose 4-3. Ken Nagy's fourth-inning single with two runners aboard drove in the winning run. Sansei whipped Beiseker 10- 3 in the third tilt behind George Hiraga's five-hit per- formance on the mound. Hiraga also struck out ten batters en route to the vic- tory. Harvie Pocza's triple drove in the first and Pocza scored on a passed ball to give the Sansei a 2-0 lead in the championship final against Edmonton. Pocza retired the first six Edmonton batters he faced before ram forced cancella- tion of the final five frames. Sansei was awarded the championship because they were undefeated thus far. Harvie Pocza was swarded the MVP trophy in the two- day tournament. Meanwhile Pocza was hot on the mound again Tuesday night as he led his team-mates to a 5-2 victory over Taber in the first game of the Centen- LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT EXHIBITION Better Than JULY 15-20 NEW AND DAILY GATE DRAW EXCITING RODEO EVENTS July p.m. Plus exciting Chuckwagon Races and Clown Act Jerry Olsen and Sam prior to the Rodeo FR11 EXHIBITS Salute to the RCMP Centennial Display Glanbow Devonian Institute Caravan Artistic Nobby Village Blake Emmons Country and Western Singer Ag-Antlque Squire TELEPHONE 327-1893 327-1948 Tlekit Ottlct Opin July 10 p.m. July 15 20 i.m. p.m. KIDDIES' DAY WED. JULY 17 OTH1B ATTRACTIONS July p.m. Horaa p.m. Thrilling Midway Building School Pavilion Baar Cardan KiddlAS Zoo Bar of Gold Kinsmen Car Draws nial Bantam Baseball League playoffs. Pocza gave up just two hits in the opening game of the best-of-three series while fanning 14. Scott Gardner suffered the loss. Craig Robinson and Ross Mitchell led the locals attack with a double and single each. Race results CALGARY Race results Wednesday from Stampede Park FIRST claiming. 2 year olds. White Mustard 7.50 3.40 310. Ram Bells 360 290. Tom Court 6 80 Time 1.09 3-5. Brown Blend. River Charmer. Fintry Pocket Gallant Darcy also ran SECOND 3 year 6 furlongs Nauti Nash 2350 1020 7 20 Second Table 4.00 Free Aid 6 20 Time 1 13 3-5 Royal HandfU'. Go For Blsck Agate. Gallant Soon Fading Cry. Breez Beez also ran. DAILY S185.10. THIRD 4 year olds and 7 furlongs Barry T 4 50 3.30 Caroufer 19.00 1030. Explorate 5 80 Time 1 26 2-5. It's Happening. Winking Jakes Jewel. Super Ky Tallyho Joe. Steel Slipper also ran 585-70. FOURTH 3 year olds. 6 furlongs Holly Race 910 470 Snow Joke 560 4.10. Winning Trust 7 00 Time 1 13. Hail To Maid Of Arctic Bellbora. Maha's Melody. Can 0' Action Counts also ran FIFTH Handicap. 3 year 7 furlongs Skinny Dipper 7 70 4.90 4 00. Rejected Romance 12.80 850. In Again Finnegan 11 60 Time 1 26 4-5 Astro Miss Kaysuecon. Doolin Mr Auction Art. Pixie Belle also ran SIXTH S2.500. 4 year olds and mile Ghg 13 20 6 20 3 Hayden's Symphony 7.50 3 Restless Willow 370. Time 1-52. Love Old Sandy's Splendour. Rusty Water also ran SEVENTH 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Frans Gold 8 30 4.30 Pop's Lady 5 40 3 Blue Pines 4 10 Time 1.12. Make It Mighty Wiffi Brybe Naval Convoy also ran EIGHTH claiming. 4 year olds and 7 furlongs So Long Fellas 10.30 6.10 3 Ky Honor 6.40 4.20. Just Affair 5 30 Time 1.26. Day Will Come. Air My Parkland Flying Speed also ran. S58.40. Red Devils name Collings The Pass Red Devils of the Alberta Junior Hockey League recently named Ron Colllings as the club's coach for the 1974-75 season. Collings will replace John who has moved up to coach the Calgary Centen- nials of the Western Canada Junior Hockey League. who played junior hockey in Drumheller and Vancouver and professionally with the Nelson Maple will assume duties im- ;