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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Juiw 1, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Hull's son turning pro? TORONTO (CP) -Officials at the World Hockey Association Amateur draft Friday were somewhat puzzled when Winnipeg Jets announced their 13th-round draft choice. When Draft Master Vern Buffey, the League's Referee- m-Chief, asked for the Winnipeg choice, Bobby Hull, former National Hockey League great and now coach of the Jets, said into the microphone- "From the United States of America, Brent Hull." General managers and coaches from the other teams momentarily glanced down at their scouting reports for the unheard-of prospect Hull finally admitted Brent was his 10-year-old son who scored 120 goals last season. When asked if he was serious, Hull replied no, and passed on a choice for the round In the 10th round, Michigan Stags, another WHA team, had tried to draft Gordon Roberts, a 16-year-old player with Detroit Junior Wings of the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League Bowling CAPRI BOWL SR. CITIZENS SPRINC Ane Koole 223 Ed Linn 218 Max Jasmmez 245 Bert Madill 228 Frank Posterski 210, Gunnar Holte 230 Bill Baranuik 218 Henry Bechthold 233 Maggie Oliver 211 Will Ness 242 (631) TUES. AFT. SPRING Mary Nicolson 288 Judy Tamayose 313 Masa Goshmmon 254 Myrna Olshaski 258 (682) Joan Sudo 268. Marg Seefned 287 (668) Eloise Ives 268 Peggy Forry 267 (667) Gaye Pede'se" 259 (659) Jean Passey 293 (662) WED. MORN. SPRING Bernice Pavan 306 Sheila Schikowsky 253 Glenys Gerstenbuhler 232 Karen Taylor 243, Rut1) Miller 230 Linda Aspeslet 271, Marlene Prasckach 271 Laverne Schow 251 Verna Volden 254 Connie Marshalsay 261 WED. NITE SPRING John Rempel 288 Ed Henderson 328 (810) Isabella Bergman 250 Doreen Stotyn 258 (659) Marg Dyck 228 Bruce Canfield 304 Bill Farrell 231 Ken Mack 232, Bob Taylor 234 Sam Girardi 248 COMPLETE HOMEOWNERS' INSURANCE AT LOWER RATES HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201-3rd S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINER'S INSURANCE COMPANY Tilt only CawdUn Company providing and Hro inturence to Reds pressing Dodgers for west lead, Cincinnati club still trails by seven THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Those loud footsteps behind the pace-setting Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League West belong to Cincinnati Reds, division champions in three of the last four years. The Reds won their seventh consecutive game Friday night, downing Pittsburgh Pirates 7-5. Meanwhile, in the East, Philadelphia Phillies, saw their stay at the top of the division end Friday night when they bowed to San Francisco Giants 6-2. In other National League games Friday, Houston Astros beat New York Mets 7- 1, St. Louis Cardinals shutout San Diego Padres 5-0 and Los Angeles defeated Chicago Whirlagale back Two or three more trips around for the Whoop-Up Downs track seem nn order. Pinson went after wire just to knock rain off THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fortunately for the Great Wallenda, he didn't walk across the top of Cleveland's Municipal Stadium until after the Royals-Indians baseball game Friday night If the tightrope walker had decided on a practice run, say, during the Kansas City fourth inning, there might have been trouble. A wire cable had been strung above the field for a typical death-defying Wallenda performance. And Vada Pinson, just trying to be helpful as ram pelted the players, fans and field, hit the wire with a fly ball. "I did it to knock the rain off." Pinson joked after the Royals' 4-2 victory. "So he wouldn't slip, you know." Elsewhere in the American League, Oakland As defeated Milwaukee Brewers 5-2, California Angels downed Detroit Tigers 5-3, Texas Rangers beat Baltimore Orioles 7-6, Minnesota Twins defeated New York Yankees Try Mora Yoy Buy UP TO 30-9AY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITH-JONES (HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL Phono 321-5447 5-2 and Chicago White Sox edged Boston Red Sox 3-2. Although Pinson took the fluke in stride, it seems safe to say the hit wasn't intentional. The umpires were well prepared for such an event, however, having declared before the game that any ball hitting the wire would remain in play The real damage was done by Amos Otis' two-run single and John Mayberry's 10th home run of the season, which gave the Royals a 3-2 lead Jim Wohlford brought in the other run John Lowenstem and Jack Brohamer drove in the Cleve- land runs Joe Rudi's three-run home run was the highlight of a five- run Oakland fourth inning in Cup party expensive PHILADELPHIA (AP) Philadelphians got the bill Friday for their party for the Stanley Cup Champion Philadelphia Flyers Mayor Frank Rizzo submitted a request to the city council for in the police overtime arising from the celebration that followed the Flyers" winning the National Hockey League title. The bill included police handling of the parade through centre city viewed by a crowd police estimated at two million people. MASTER DRY CLEANERS EQUIPMENT LTD. 12009 -149 Si. Edmonton, Alberta would like to extend Congratulations to JOHN and KATHLEEN FRECKA on the Grand Opening of their New Business and the Best of Luck in the future! MASTER DRY CLEANERS EQUIPMENT LTD. Consfllting Fnncfcisi Dry Owning Plants Cubs 8-3. Atlanta's game at Montreal was rained out. The Reds are still seven games behind the Dodgers in the West but Los Angeles also had that kind of lead a year ago and Cincinnati wiped it out The Reds, nine games out when the current streak began, believe that lightning could strike again even though the Dodgers aren't exactly stumbling with three straight victories and eight victories in their last 11 starts. "I'm tickled to said slugger Johnny Bench, whose bases-loaded triple led a deci- sive four-run seventh inning rally for the Reds. "It's gjeat for morale, and seven in a row doesn't hurt" The Pirates were nursing a 5-3 lead into the seventh on a pair of homers by Bob Robertson but Bench's bases- loaded triple turned it around. The Phillies dropped their fifth in a row and slipped into second place in the East, one percentage point back of St. Louis. Garry Maddox led the Giants' attack with two doubles, dnVing in one run and scoring another while reliever Randy Moffitt earned his 12th save of the season Doubles by Bobby Bonds and Maddox snapped a 2-2 tie in the sixth, then the Giants added three more runs on RBI-singles by Gary Thomason, Dave Rader and Bonds in the ninth. Bill Russell, Rick Auerbach and Bill Buckner had three hits each and Los Angeles picked up four unearned runs to defeat Chicago. Race resuits the As' victory over Milwaukee. Dave Hamilton and Rollie Fingers combined for a seven- hitter, permitting one run each. Milwaukee's Bob Ellis drove one run home with a single in the second inning and Don Money the other in the eighth. Angel Mangual drove in an- other run for the As. The other scored on a wild pitch. Ellie Rodriguez drove in four runs with two solo home runs and a double to carry California past Detroit. Rodriguez hit the double in the second inning, broke a 2-2 tie in the tifth inning with his third home run of the season, and added a homer in the sev- enth to hand Mickey Lolich his sixth loss against five victories. Toby Harrah had three hits, including the tie-breaking single in seventh inning, and scored twice to pace the Texas triumph over Baltimore. The Orioles knocked out Rangers ace Ferguson Jenkins with four runs in the first, but Harrah brought Texas back. He tripled and singled earlier, building runs in the second and fourth. Tony Oliva had four hits, only two less than the Yankees could manage, and Steve Brye drove in two runs with a first-inning double to lead Minnesota past New York EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Friday FIRST claiming, 3 year olds, 6 furlongs Dainty Damsel (Ollive) 61 20 28 20 1910, Sis's Champ (Shields) 2160 1030, Foolish Flight (Beauclaire) 1200 Time 1 14 Kissing Cup. Tez Munda, Atrolie, Battle River, Bud, Little Roscoe, and Doolin Queen also ran SECOND claiming. 3 year olds, 6 furlongs Super Link (Beserra) 880 340 3 20, La Tia (Hedge) 3 20 2 80, Sis Boom (Wiseman) 4 00 Time 1 15 Last Entry. Lydon County, North Miss, Talofa, Magic Mover, Win Garunda, and Lucky Round also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 2 year olds. furlongs Shern's Flame (Ray) 9 60 3 50 3 10, Sweeter Than Honey (Hedge) 270 2 40, Royal Romance (Stadnyk) 3 50 Time 042 Dominion Princess, and Shirley's Fancy, also ran QUINELLA: FOURTH 700. claiming, 3 year olds 6 furlongs Steve's Ego (Hedge) 6 10 4 00 3 60, Just Magic (Pearson) 5 60 4 30, Marsha's Venture (Phelan) 5 60 Time 1 13 Gol Dang, Annihilatress, Sawndge Boy and Belbora also ran FIFTH claiming, 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Greek Gean (Beserra) 690 380 3 40, Rule Forever (Beauclaire) 3 90 3 50, The Wisp (Niblet) 4 20 Time 1 14 Star Pine, Keep Aloof, Shoes For Jimmy, Rain Taurus, Midnight Cavalier, Milmane. Bar Tree also ran EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4 year old and up, 6 furlongs Beyond The Moon (Phelan) 1500 720 460. Hey Joker (D Wiseman) 6 90 3 80, Quad's Sue (Rasmussen) 310 Time 1 14 Flying Speed. Red Mahogeny Brazen Bully, Spotted Turk also ran SEVENTH claiming. 4 year olds and up, one mile James Victory (Inda) 700 460 330, Prince Go (Morns) 650 530 Royal Rouser (Hedge) 3 70 Time 1 40 Country Cut-Up. Tea Coffee John, Double Way, Persian Altin, New Response. Kool Turk also ran EIGHTH Devonshire Handicap. 3 year olds, 6 furlongs Progressive Hope (Niblett) 400 3 30 2.50, Prince Gaelic (Rasmussen) 6 90 4 50, Musketang (Hedge) 3 00 Time 1 13 Haydn's Champ. Gold Emperor, Morning Knight and Foul Line also ran NINTH 900 claiming 4 year olds and up, 1 mile Split Bat (Inda) 7 00 3 30 2 50 Iron Admiral (Hedge) 320 240 White Rose Erli (Rasmussen) 2 80 Time 1 40 Mrs C N Kid Dynamite, Lustrous Sun Pam's Delight, Calgary Red Diddle, and Roar Of Mirth also ran OUINELLA: Congratulations... MASTER DRY CLEANERS ON YOUR GRAND OPENING! We did the Ventilation and Roofing. C A SHEET METAL 1709-2ndAve. So. Phone 328-5973 PAHUUE CONSTRUCTION (Medicine Hat Ltd.) Expresses Congratulations to our Newest Tenants! MASTER DRY CLEANERS Best Wishes In The Future MASTER DRY CLEANERS Saturday June 1st to June 8th Located in the NORBRIDGE SHOPPING CENTR 726-23 Street North PHONE 328-1007 1 Hour Professional Service For ALL Of Your Dry Cleaning Needs MASTER JCLEANER Owned and Operated by John arid Kathleen Frecka "THE PEOPLE WHO CARE" JOHN ;