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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July LETHBRIDdE HERALD-5 Seven repeaters from 1973 encounter Jackson shatters all-star vote mark NEW YORK Out- fielder Reggie Jackson of Dakiand A's leads seven returning veterans and one newcomer elected today to the American League squad for major league baseball's 15th all-star game July 23. Commissioner Bowie Kuhn announced that Jackson re- ceived highest For a single player in all-star the record 712 votes cast by fans. Medical experts say no CHICAGO Girls should not com- pete with boys in such contact sports as foot- ball and a com- mittee of the American Medical Association ad- vises. The committee's published in the Journal of the American Medical says that following boys un- iformly surpass girls in most athletic perfor- mance characteris- tics the exceptional girl will have the necessary ability to make and compete on a boys' The committee also if girls insist on competing with they may be defeating their own since boys will demand the same rights. most post pubertal boys are generally superior to girls in most measures of athletic perfor- they will win a majority of the positions on a girls' The committee endorse con- tact sport between girls since probably is no great danger of serious Wayne McKee stops Giants RED DEER Wayne McKee struck out 11 batters and allowed only six hits Mon- day night en route to an 8-4 win over Calgary Giants in an Alberta Major Baseball League contest The Giants touched McKee for all their runs and five of the six hits during the first two innings. The Generals went ahead when Bob Bridges smashed a two-run homer in the sixth off loser Bob the first of three Calgary pitchers. Gord Graves homered off reliever Paul Chartrand to ignite a three-run seventh for Red Deer. Dinges struck out 10 batters in 5 1-3 innings but got himself in trouble by issuing eight walks. Red Deer had 10 hits off the three Calgary who combined for 13 strikeouts. Blair Hanna and Phil Boston each had two hits for Red while Dave Edson collected three of the six Calgary hits. great to get more votes than Henry Aaron or Johnny to be recogniz- ed by the said Jackson when told of his whopping vote total. Brooks Robinson of Balti- who won the balloting for the third base spot and is a perennial the start Jackson has he deserves Jeff Burroughs of Texas got votes as the runner- up outfielder and the only leader who was not a 1973 all- star starter. Bobby Murcer of New York got votes to take the final starting outfield berth for the night game in Pitt- sburgh. Oakland's Joe Rudi was a close fourth with 545 votes. Other winners first Dick second Rod Min- Bert Camp- third and Carlton Boston. Carew led all infielders with votes to defeat Kan- Bench top ballots NEW YORK Out- fielder Henry Aaron of Atlanta Braves and catcher Johnny Bench of Cincinnati Reds each received more than 2.5 million and Steve Garvey of Los Angeles Dodgers won the first-base job as a write-in candidate for the National League All-Star team announced Monday by Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn. The American League team for the All-Star game July 23 at Pittsburgh will be announc- ed today. In the final a record ballots were cast compared with last and Aaron led all league voting with Pete Rose of with and Jim Wynn of Los joined Aaron as starting outfielders. It will be Aaron's 20th All- Star 15th as a starter. not listed on the printed edged Tony Perez of Cincinnati to for the first-base berth. The last write-in candidate to win was outfielder Rico Carty of Atlanta m 1970. Cincinnati's Joe Morgan won the second-base spot with to for Dave Cash of Philadelphia Phillies. Ron Cey of Los Angeles held off Philadelphia's Mike another write-in to 447 to become starting third baseman. In the fight for Larry Bowa of who trailed Dodger Bill Russell for most of the overcame Russell with a clos- ing flurry of votes to win to The reserves and pitchers will be named later this week by Yogi manager of New York Mets. The final vote First Base Steve Los Tony Cincin- Joe St. Bill Willie San Billy Second Base Joe Dave Phila- Dave Los Dave Rennie Pitt- Felix New Third Base Ron Los Mike Richie Doug Darrell Atlan- Wayne New Shortstop Larry Bill Los An- Dave Con- Chris San Bud New Don Outfielder Henry Pete Cincin- Jimmy Los Reggie St. Bobby San Willie Pitt- Cesar Lou St. Ralph Catcher Johnny Bob Phila- Ted Sim- St. Joe Los Manny Steve Los Short sport roundup PELOFFY TRADED Md. Washington Capitals announc- ed Monday they have obtained centre Andre Peloffy from New York to com- plete an earlier National Hockey League deal. played the last two years with Providence Reds of the American Hockey League. He is a native of France. STARS FILE SUIT SALT LAKE CITY A of contract suit by the American Basketball Association's Utah Stars against Bill Sharman will be heard Jan. Judge Alton Anderson of the United States' District Court said Monday. The suit contends Sharman breached his contract when he resigned in to become head coach of Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association. BREWER HURT LOS ANGELES Re- lief pitcher Jim Brewer of Los Angeles Dodgers was in hospi- tal Monday for treatment of a back ailment. 36- year-old is ex- pected to be in a hospital for a said the National League baseball team. ALL-AMERICAN NAMED NEW YORK Kelly of was named to the 1974 All- American Collegiate Golf Foundation team announced Monday. WINGER ON LOAN INDIANAPOLIS Steve a right winger tor Cincinnati has been loaned to Indianapolis Racers of the World Hockey it was announced Monday. The Indianapolis franchise begins play in the league this year. Cincinnati will not begin play until 1975. Local net stars win The team of Marvin Kirchner and Gerri Noble was unbeatable over the weekend as they racked up the max- imum 96 points to lead the Lethbridge Tennis Club to top spot in the first annual Round Robin Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament held at the Henderson courts. The local team of Sue Balfour and Herb Curran was also outstanding as they miss- ed out on only one point in the scoring 95. The other Lethbridge of Marty Kaplan and Joe Forrayi rang up 91 competi- tion points. TEAM STANDINGS Lethbridge Tennis Club 282 Calgary Winter Club .........252 Glenmore Racket Club .242 Calgary Tennis Club 212 Medicine Hat ..............212 Glenmore Racket Club 174 Red Deer................ 149 THE BENY BOYS HAVE STRIPPED DOWN for you can talk BILLY GIBSON out of anything He'll give you a great buy on one of our remaining 1974 models... in your choice of colors and options. YESI... the Bony boys have gone mad stripped for action. Come in now. BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd and 8th StrMt 3. 328-1101 COUGARS ON BLOCK MEMPHIS The sale of Carolina Cougars to a St. Louis group is expected to be announced Wednesday at a meeting of the American Bas- ketball Association in New the Memphis Press- Scimitar reported Monday. The St. Louis group was not named. But the newspaper said the team is to play its games in the arena in St. Louis. TOP VOTE GETTER SAN Puerto Rico John Lucas of the United States topped all vote- getters by being named on 49 of the 57 ballots cast by writers for the all-star team of the world amateur basket- ball championships. Miners lose twice to Highwood The Lethbridge Junior Miners suffered a pair of heartbreaking losses to Highwood in Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League action over the weekend. The locals came home empty-handed from High River as they dropped a 12-11 decision and an 8-7 verdict to their hosts Sunday. In the opening Craig Randle went the dis- tance and hurled a 10-inning victory for Highwood. Al Korth who came in to relieve Jon Petrunia in the ninth frame suffered the loss. Randle aided his own cause with a three-run home run along with a pair of singles and a double. Dennis Hatt managed two doubles and the like number of singles for the Miners while Stu Dow chipped in with a tri- ple and a single. Meanwhile Korth was once again tagged with the loss as Mark Lomenda bested the local hurler in the second tilt of the day. Bruce Laidlaw paced the hosts at the plate stroking a home run and two singles while Greg Kveder ripped a double and single in a losing cause. Greg Hamilton and Dow also managed two singles apiece. The weekend series against Highwood proved costly for the Miners as they lost the services of John Seaman for the remainder of the season. Seaman fractured his left leg while sliding into third base and will be out of action sas City second baseman Cookie who gained votes. Campaneris collected a total of votes against only for Detroit short- stop Eddie the runner-up. received votes to make him an all-star for the 15th 10th as a starter. Sal Bando of Oakland trailed in the third base balloting with votes. American League manager Dick Williams of California and National League Manager Yogi Berra of New York will choose the all-star pitchers and reserves. The final First base Dick Carl John Kansas Harmon Mike Gene Second base Rod Cookie Kan- sas Bobbie Len Dick Jorge Third Base Brooks Sal Ban- Aurelio Graig New Don Ron San- Shortstop Bert Eddie Freddie Kansas Mark Dave Califor- Frank Outfield Reggie Jeff Bobby New Joe Frank Al Willie Amos Kansas Tony Catcher Carlton Thurman New Bill Ray Ed Dave '6 KNEW 'OW TIRED i SINCE TS THIS 5'S DEVELOPED A SIXTH SENSE n Nothing has changed scrimmages may be stopped THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The National Football League players' having already stopped the college all-star may claim another contest before the week is out. Roy Jefferson and Brig Owens met with Washington rookies at the Redskins' Car- lisle. camp Monday and tried to convince them not to piay any exhibition in- cluding a rookie scrimmage Friday which the Red- skins' striking players say they'll picket. fact that the game is scheduled at RFK Stadium and that they're charging money for tickets tells me the game is an exhibi- tion said Jefferson. we can stop this it might set a precedent so other teams won't have them until this thing is Ed executive direc- tor of the NFL Players John executive director of the NFL Management and James the federal aren't expected to meet in Washington until Friday. Bill Curry of Houston president of the players' said Monday. we can't reach an agree- ment in six to eight there's something seriously wrong.'' He added he would have his negotiating team 24-hour call to start He also said he believes sides now are ready to sit down and discuss the issues. I think we would be foolish if we couldn't sit down and settle this before the regular season starts there has been a change the mood of the players and I think it is that both sides have now shown they are both adamant about their stands and that the price is high for both sides to Curry said. While some training camps had no veterans Cincinnati Bengals had a dozen players and Houston Oilers had 10 vets. Tight end Bob Trumpy and linebacker Al Beauchamp were among the Bengals working out. Quarterback Greg Cook also worked out Monday he walk- ed out. MASTER-CHARGE CHARGEX 2508-2nd Ave. North See tonight's Classified Section for a more complete listing. ACTION BY License No. 077855 Phone 327-1222 HOLIDAY SPECIALS DOUBLE LAWN CHAIRS 2795 SINGLE LAWN CHAIRS 995 PATIO TABLES 1O95 PICNIC TABLES 14M OFF PLAN A SUMMER PROJECT YOU can build this Attractive OUTDOOR BARBECUE Looks so professional but you do it yourself. 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