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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIDGE July HOCKEY NIGHT IN MOSCOW Special 10 day Excursion ex Edmonton Sept. 28 return airfare admission to 4 sightseeing. Only per person double occupancy. For information and bookings. Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL. C.ntr. M.ll Phon. 328-3201 The Herald Sports LilhbridgiOfllGiFvniitvriLtd. Lowtr Ltvtt 7th SI. Shopping Mill PheiM IM-7411 FILING CABINETS Miners fall into earn only single point By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge Miners seem to have fallen into a rut and may need more than just a pick and a shovel to get themselves out of it. The who are usually a sharp classy ball came up with their second feeble performance in as many nights and managed to garner only a single point in a pair of Calgary Major Men's Fastball League games staged at Dave Elton Park Tuesday night. The who were accused of giving a lackadaisical effort after suffering a 3-1 loss to the Calgary Mustangs Monday were much the same club that faced the visiting Calgary Stereo Hut last night. And as a result they were held to a 2-2 stalemate in the doubleheader opener while taking an 8-1 thrashing in the nightcap. In the evening the Miners jumped to a 1-0 lead in the bottom half of the third inning but the visitors came back in the top of the fourth to even the count. Neither club managed to muster up an offensive attack in the fifth frame but the sixth was a little different as both clubs tallied their final runs. Calgary brought their final run across the plate by cracking two straight singles off Miners' chucker George Santoni while the locals registered their last run of the game after Calgary's pitcher Don Davidson gave up a walk and two consecutive singles with two away. Santoni allowed only five hits and struck out eight Calgary batters in his seven- inning stint while Davidson and starter Bill Halmers allowed nine safeties while fanning two Miners. Jim Tratch and Santoni paced the locals at the plate with two singles five Calgary players shared their hits. Field hockey team needed Southern Alberta must have a representative in the sport of field hockey for the upcoming Alberta Summer Games. All girls interested in forming a team for the Games slated for Aug. 22-25 in Calgary should report to Senator Buchanan School at 7 p.m. Aug. 5. Participating girls must be under 19 years of age as of Sept. 1974. Meanwhile in the second game of the Calgary exploded for three runs in each of the fifth and seventh innings to hand the locals the loss The who have seemed to have lost their aggressive style of managed only three hits off winning pitcher Davidson while the Calgarians rapped losing hurler Darrell Leavitt for 10 safeties. Jim Williams led the Calgary crew offensively with a triple and single while Ken Stracken chipped in with two singles and Doug Topley a three-run home run. Mitch Terry Lyons and Dannis Hydychuk tagged a single each in a losing cause. Pop-ups Miners are obviously not playing as a team and should have picked up a few pointers by watching the Calgary club last night. A lack of chatter on the field and on the bench was one of the Miners' sour points Stereo Hut is extremely adept on the base path When to use a designated hitter and when not to is the big ques- tion in many of the ball fans minds last night. Olympic equipment Cleve Hill looks over the display of Olympic equip- ment on display in the Molson Brewery The Olympians. The caravan is at Centre Village Mall and will be open until vited to attend. six this evening. 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But it was and Boston Manager Darrell Johnson says he does not ex- pect to see it ever again. guess you might call it in- but this should happen only Johnson said after the Red Sox lost 7-5 to Detroit when two runs scored on Blackwell's wild throw with two out in the ninth. In other American League Cleveland Indians beat Baltimore Orioles Minnesota Twins topped Kan- sas City Royals Chicago White Sox edged California Angels 3-2 in 10 Mi'waukee Brewers swept New York Yankees 3-2 in 10 innings and 4-0 and Oakland A's trounced Texas Rangers 11-3. The Red Sox went into the ninth leading 5-3 when Gary Sutherland singled and Al Ka- line homered. Then with two out and Jim who had on third and pinch-hitter Ben Oglivie on Oglivie broke for second. Blackwell faked a throw to second and then threw wildly past allowing both run- ners to score. The Tigers also suffered a bad bor.e in centre fielder Mickey Stanley's right hand when he was hit by a pitch in the fourth inning. Reggie Smith slammed two home runs and a triple Tues- day driving in all four runs in St. Louis Cardinals' 4-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. The win moved St. Louis to within one game of first-place Philadelphia in the National League East. was leaving too many men on Smith after the Cards posted their fourth consecutive victory. I came out early and took 25 minutes of extra batting practice. I discovered I was dropping my shoulder and made the Elsewhere in the National Montreal Expos edg- ed Chicago Cubs 4-3 in 10 in- Pittsburgh Pirates split a doubleheader with New beating the Mets 6-0 in the opener before losing the second game San Fran- cisco Giants scored three runs in the 12th inning and beat Atlanta Braves Houston Astros defeated Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers blanked San Diego Padres 8-0. who came to the Cards in a winter deal with Boston Red Sox and is batting tripled home Bake McBride in the first inning to give the Cards a 1-0 lead. TIED GAME The Phillies tied it in the second as Del Unser tripled and scored on a passed but Smith put the Cards ahead again with a homer in the six- off starter Jim Lonborg. Alter Dave Cash's bases- loaded single gave the Phils a 3-2 lead in the Smith came on in the eighth with a Country Club golf tourney ready to go Preparations for the 1974 Country Club Invitational Men's Golf Tournament have been completed and will get under way as scheduled this weekend. The annual medal play classic is slated for Aug. 4 and 5 and will feature a restricted number of 144 shotmakers. Action will begin Saturday with a straight 18-hole quali- fying round and will continue with medal play Sunday and Monday. Each entrant is guaranteed three nine-hole matches during the event for his registration fee which covers green fees and a dinner. Entry forms may still be obtained by writing to the Manager of the Lethbridge Country Club Golf Tournament or driving to the riverbottom clubhouse. The three-day tourney is restricted to golfers 18 years of age and over. now man on first to face relief pitcher Jesus Hernaiz. Smith homered to the right-field bullpen for a 4-3 victory. Ti-Cat rally wins it HAMILTON Hamilton Tiger-Cats rallied in the fourth quarter Tuesday night to defeat Toronto Argonauts 29-22 in an Eastern Football Conference game. The before fans at Ivor Wyne left each club with a 1-1 record. Dave Fleming plunged one yard for a touchdown that won the game after Ian Sunter had kicked two field goals to tie the score at 22-22. Sunter kicked five field goals and converted touchdowns by Fleming and Andy Hopkins. Eric Allen and Doyle Orange produced touchdowns for the Argos and Zenon Andrusyshyn converted both. He also kicked two field goals and two that travelled 88 yards. EALEY OUT Bill Etter replaced starting quarterback Chuck Ealey in the third quarter with the Ticats behind 22-16. Etter directed his team into position for Sunter's two field goals that knotted the score. Ealey has been hobbled by a hamstring injury that kept him out of the lineup for many of the pre-season games. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Philadelphia St Louis Pittsburgh Montreal New York Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Francisco San Diego National League East W L 53 49 52 50 49 54 47 53 45 55 42 57 Weal 67 37 62 43 55 49 53 51 48 57 American League 44 62 Pet. GBL 520 510 1 .476 4V4 470 5 450 7 .424 9V4 644 590 529 12 510 14 457 19 Vi 415 24 Boston Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee New York Detroit Oakland Chicago Kansas City Texas Minnesota California W L 54 47 52 48 51 50 51 51 50 52 49 52 61 42 51 50 50 50 52 52 50 53 40 64 Pet. GBL 535 3 520 .505 500 3V4 .490 .485 5 .592 .505 9 500 .500 9V4 .485 11 385 21V4 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 100 000 100 6 0 Chicago 010 000 100 7 4 Taylor Montague and Reuschel Zamora La Roche and Stelmaszeck. Swisher Housion 012 021 13 0 Cincinnati 200 000 5 2 Wilson Forsch and C Norman Baney Borbon and Bench. HRs Bench Perez Hou C Johnson Cedeno San Francisco 011 000 001 11 1 All. 000 000 030 8 1 Barr. Bryant Sosa and Rudolph Leon House Fnselia and Oates HR. SF Kmgman St. Louis 100 001 7 0 Philadelphia 010 000 8 0 Hrabosky and Hernaiz and Boone HRs SL Smith First Pittsburgh 040 200 12 0 New York 000 000 5 0 Rooker and Matlack Aker and Stone and Dyer. Second Pittsburgh 000 300 5 1 New York 000 003 7 1 Kison Hernandez and Koosman and Grote HR NY Kranepool Los Angeles 023 100 11 0 San Diego 000 000 5 4 Messersmith Marshall and Jones Palmer Romo Johnson and Kendall HRs. LA Yeager Garvey TUESDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 010 200 12 0 Boston 001 000 9 5 Hiller and Cleveland Veale Segui and Blackwell. HRs- Bos Cooper Del Kalme Cleveland 002 000 11 0 Baltimore 000 020 10 3 Bosman Buskey and Cuellar Reynolds Alexander Johnson and Hendricks. HRs. Cle Lonenstem Bal Blair Baylor Kansas City 002 100 11 4 Minnesota 033 010 9 1 Sphttorff Fitzmorns Bird and Martinez Decker and Borgmann. HRS1 Min Killebrew Hisle Firtt New York 100 000 010 8 0 Milwaukee 000 011 000 Medich and Colborn. T Murphy and Porter Second New York 000 000 000-0 4 0 Milwaukee 001 201 7 2 Dobson and Kobel and Moore Chicago 020 000 000 1-361 California 000 011 000 6 0 Kaat Forster ana Ryan and Rodriguez HRs Chi Melton Herrmann Texas 001 010 380 Oakland 022 121 15 1 Bibby Stanhouse Merrill and Sims Abbott Knowles and Tenace. Tex Sims Oak Tenace Jackson Haney ft at the Banff Springs Hotel DEPARTMENT STORES A DlViIiOM OF f.COUVuR'H Cj UP Learn to play better tennis from the system developed by Billie Jean King and Dennis Van der Meer. One week clinics 30 hours on-court in- struction TennisAmerica Pro Doug MacCurdy Video tape analysis Clinics begin September and 29. 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