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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -13 The final stretch With tha finish line in sight it is one last surge for victory. Racing at Whoop-Up Downs ended with this afternoon's nine-race card. Zasadny whips Northstars Super Series Ron Zasadny came up with another outstanding perfor- mance on the mound for the Lethbridge Hotel Northstars as he fanned 12 batters and scattered five hits to shut out the Labor Club Athletics 4-0 in Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball League play Thur- sday. Tom Beresnak had a triple to lead the 11-hit sssanl.t on Athletics pitchers George Jackci and Doug Hartley. Tom Seaman and Reuben ripped doubles while Wayne and Jerry Small poked two singles each. Terry Rhodes blasted a tri- ple for the Athletics while Ed Carpenter had a pair of singles. In other Picture Butte Rae Motors edged Pic- A-Pop 4-3 behind Joe Tokai's four-hitter. Wayne Shearer ripped a tri- ple and single for Picture Butte while Dan Tolley added a double and single against loser Greg Binning. Bob Harris managed a dou- ble for Pic-A-Pop. final tonight PLAN A SUMMER PROJECT YOU can build this Decorative WISHING WELL PLANTER With BRICK Looks so professional but you do it yourself. FIREPROOF WEATHERPROOF LOW COST No need to tear up your pour or lug heavy materials. You build a sturdy framework of lum- ber and plywood sheathing and cover it with Z-Brick. It goes on so using Z-MENT Adhesive that you can finish the whole job in one weekend. Then enjoy it for the rest of the a.whole lot of summers to come. ONE OF FIVE EASY Z-BRICK SUMMER CHARGEX WELCOME Don's Building Supplies 33251st Ave. S. Phone 328-3535 The Alberta Major Baseball League Super Series cham- pionship game is finally set to go as the Lethbridge Lakers will host the Edmonton Tigers tonight at Henderson Park in the final game of the all Canadian event. The Super Series tourna- ment started way back on July 6 and was scheduled to conclude the following but rain forced postponement of the semi-final and cham- pionship games. The Lakers downed the Red Deer Generals 4-1 while the Calgary Jimmies bested the Edmonton Blockers and the Edmonton Tigers edged the Calgary Giants 5-4. The Tigers drew a bye into the final game and the Lakers had to beat the Jimmies 14-8 to get their berth. Game time tonight is set for 8 p.m. while two regularly scheduled AMBL contests will go Sunday at and 5'p.m. at Henderson. the Lethbridge Junior Miners head for Acme Sunday for their first game in the Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League double knockout playoff tournament. The Miners will meet the Calgary Golden Spikes in one of five games to be held this weekend. The remaining ten games of the which will determine SAJBL representation to the provin- cial junior baseball cham- is set for Henderson Park next weekend. CZECHS TAKE LEAD MUNICH Jan Kodes gave Czechoslovakia a 1-0 lead over West Germany with a 6-3 victory over Hans Juergen Pohmann in a European Group B semi-final match of Davis Cup tennis Friday. In the second singles Jiri Hrebec of Czechoslovakia was leading Karl Meiler two sets to one when the match was halted by darkness with Meiler leading 2-0 in the fourth. The word has it headway made WASHINGTON Although both sides have taken a vow of it appears some headway has finally been achieved between National Football League owners and their striking players. The latest round of begun Friday behind closed doors at the labor was to continue today. Friday's the first to follow a week-long produced an agreement that neither side would make any further public statements about issues. Federal mediator James assisted by former Atlanta player Lewis would say only that spent the day reviewing clarifying any questions on positions. We will press as hard as we can to help the parties reach an Whatever the a complete agreement still could be far due in part to the volume of the matters under dispute. Some of the angered by public statements of the owners and the trade of union representative Ken Reaves of had predicted a quick breakdown of the latest talks. Ed executive director of the NFL Players said before the blackout was imposed Friday that the trade of Reaves to New Orleans was of his union DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. IT DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern f 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 PETERSON PURVIS Barristers and Solicitors 321 H 6th Street South wish to announce that effective July 1974 L. BRIAN B. Comm. LIB. will be associated with them in the practise of Law PETERSON PURVIS and Solicitors 321A 6th Street South 522548th Avenue 331 Highway Alberta Picture Woods in winner's circle at end of featured race For youthful jockey Dennis Wood the winner's circle at Whoop-Up Downs was strange country. That is until he won Friday's feature race. With the last races for 1974 set for today at Whoop-Up Woods has no am- bitions of overcoming Elijah Bourne for top jockey honors. But for himself it is proving time and he seems to be win- ning. No one is saying Whoop-Up Downs is Aqueduct or but after the pounding Woods took proving himself on it is a welcome relief. In the featured seventh race Friday Woods and his mount What A fought off the challenges of Jeffaway and Fire Line to win the Alec Arms Hotel feature race for the Baha Tinda Stock Farm. Bill West trained the winning horse. What A time for the seven furlong distance was a rather quick trip around the track. The seventh was also one ot the four quinella's Friday as What A Blend and Jeffaway. ridden by Howard Boggs com- bined for a payoff after Jeffaway survived a photo finish battle with Fire ridden Al Jeffries. Friday's eighth race saw a change of winners as stewards upheld an inquiry. Dreamin who could find the way around the Whoop-Up Downs track blind- folded through won with Mark Jensen aboard. somewhere along the line Dreamin Demon and Cariboo the third place finisher at the finish interfered with Fleet Flitter. The results their misfor- tune saw them punished as Fleet with Betty Dunham in the moved into Cariboo Trail remained third while Dreamin Demon was dropped from the money. The victory in the eighth race went to Little with Boggs up. The win for Little together with Fleet Flitter was worth to ex- actor bettors. Today's nine-race card wraps up the Whoop-Up Days race meet. Friday's crowd wagered FIRST four and five year five furlongs Lesha K 4.00 3.70 Famous Rinorco 15.00 Two Penny Mist 4.80 Miss Mazie's Amor Wazeta's .Colonel Missile Magic also ran. OUINELLA SECOND three years and five Wilysabie 5.20 2.80 2.40. Mr. Rldeabout 3.30 2.30. Weil Received 2.60. 59 Magansir. Oscar A also ran. THIRD three years and five furlongs. Yael 7.70 4.00 3.30. Lustrous 5.20 Auction Art 4.20 59 Beau Tango. White Fleet. Wild Rouser. Shady Merry also ran. QUINELLA FOURTH three years and up. five furlongs. Miss Star Speed 6.90 4.30 3.60. Bucket Man 3.90 Miss Monairo 3.60. Gypsy's Le Flame D'Hiver. Sharon H also ran. FIFTH three years and up. seven furlongs. Charlesworthy 4.30 3.80 3.10. Woddah 7.60 3.80. C C Magic 2.60 Majesties even series The Great West Tire Ma- jesties evened their Women's City Softball League cham- pionship series with the Rittway Flames at 2-2 by downing the Flames 17-7 Fri- day night at Dave Elton Park. Ruth Millar was credited with the .win that sends the series into a fifth and decidirlg game Monday night at Dave Elton. Millar aided her own cause by smacking a double and two singles while Judy McNab clouted a home run for the losers. Gloria Lazaruk was tagged with the loss. Prior to Monday's city the Flames will engage the L. A. Legionettes in a best of three playoff series this weekend to determine Southern AlBerta's represen- tative to the Women's Intermediate provincial championship to be staged in Lethbridge August 3 and 4. Just Arrived SUZUKI HONCHO 100's 5 speed gear box adjustable rear shocks signal lights The best Enduro buy in Southern Alberta BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. JUSTIN Blazer8speed 100cc Trail Bikes. 913-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 QUINELLA SIXTH Jour years and seven furlongs. Mister Bewitched 4.10 3.30 Ice Alley 7.30 4.60. Meo Class 4.40. Ta Rome Brandy. Compelling's Last also ran. SEVENTH S1.500 three years and seven furlongs What A Blend 4.80 4.00 2.60. Jeffaway 9.90 2.80. Fire Line 2.40. Win N' Grin. Summer In Rome also ran. QUINELLA J36.60 EIGHTH tour years and up. one mile and one sixteenth. Little BecK 13.30 5.20 2.70. Fleet Flitter 9.00 3.40. Cariboo Trail 80 Dreamin Demon also ran. EXACTOR SPORT FANS In the game at Philadelphia Bruins trailed Flyers 3-1 with 90 seconds to play. Boston goaltender Gilles Gilbert let the ice and Bobby Orr made Ihe score 3-2 at ol the third period. Gilbert returned to the ice and left again at Six seconds later. Esposito tied the score. Bernie Parent was the Flyer netminder. Empty-net goals were scored twice as often in the playofls as in the regular season. Of the 23 times a goaltender was removed during the the opposing teams scored 12 goals into unattended or a little more than once every two times the goaltender was out In the regular there were 53 empty-net goals scored during 239 times the nets were vacated. That's an average of one empty-net goal every 4.5 times. New York Rangers scored Ihe most playoff empty-net goals tour and three of them by Peter were against Montreal Cana- including two in one game. Each of seven of the eight playoff teams Atlanta did not remove its goaltender at the end of a game during the four-game series against Philadelphia had at least one empty-net goal against. During the regular only Detroit Red Wings were able to prevent an empty-net goal from being scored against them. They removed the goal- tender near the end of games 13 limes and scored once to gain a tie They had four empty-nel goals hemselves. Los Angeles Kings and New York Islanders led in empty-net goals each with six Four clubs shared the dis- tinction of scoring the mos empty-net each with 'ive Chicago. New York Pittsburgh and Tor- onto. Pappin of the Hawks led three Rangers were the only team did not score an empty- net goal. 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