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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, June 3, 1974 DIB YOU KNOW? That it costs no more to make all your travel arrangements through a travel agent. The Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. 7th StrMl Shopping Mail PtilM (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Good stop Lethbridge Junior Miner's first baseman, Jim McLellan, had to be sharp on this pick-off play with the ball being thrown a little wide. McLellan and his team-mates weren't sharp enough though as they lost a doubleheader to the Calgary Giants in Alberta Junior Baseball action at Henderson Park Sunday. Brack named winner after inquiry EDMONTON (CP) After an hour-long inquiry, Bill Brack of Toronto was named winner of the Edmonton race in the Canadian Driving Championship series here Sunday. Bertil Roos of Sweden took the checkered flag with Brack second, but a 30-second penalty to Roos for passing Brack under a waved yellow flag dropped Roos to fourth place in official standings. The official winning time was 1 hour, 39.7 seconds. Neither driver finished the first race of the series last week near Vancouver. Bruce Jensen of Agincourt, Ont, was officially placed second and Dave Morris of Edmonton ended in third. Fifth was Bob Brown of Hicksville, N.Y., who took the lead in series point standings with 39 points. Brown finished second in the opening race. Brack and Al Lader, who won the first race of the series but did not compete here, are tied for second with 30 points each. Jensen has 24. Morris is fifth and the leading rookie ,with 21 points. Next race of the series is set for Gimli. Man., June 15-16. Roos passed Brack on turn six of the 2.5-mile track under a caution flag early in the race, shortly after Wink Bancroft of Anaheim, Calif., had spun out. The Bancroft car was left resting beside a concrete wall directly beneath a bridge to the track infield. "It was a dangerous situ- said Brack. "Many, many people saw it and it was the only decision they could make. "I didn't really have my heart in chasing him after that because I knew what decision they'd have to make, I just made sure I was four seconds or so ahead of Jensen." ONCE IN A LIFETIME ONLY WHILE PRESENT STOCKS LAST MILE GUARANTEE Toyo Steel Cable Radial Passenger Tires are guaranteed to have an original tread life of miles. Should the tread wear out before Buwtee with the worn-out tire to any Toyo Tire dealer in Canada. The Toyo dealer will give credit towards a new tire or a f cash refund at his option for the amount determined by the percentage of guaranteed mileage. 175SR13 185SR14 FR78S14 GR78S14 HR78S14 185SR15 GR78S15 HR78S15 JR78S15 LR78S15 Regular Prfce 54.10 61.70 64.10 68.95 73.95 63.70 71.10 75.50 82.60 97.25 ols Price V? 3 -li S fa 1902 2nd Avenue South P I Phone 327-3580 Jr. Miners drop two to Giants Ninth inning was a problem By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer Baseball was a fun game until they invented the ninth inning. That's what the Lethbridge Junior Miners must have been thinking after two heart- breaking losses Sunday at Henderson Park. Twice they carried leads into the ninth inning, and twice they finished up on the short end of the final susre. The Calgary Junior Giants rallied for three runs in the ninth to take the opener 14-12, and then ran off with the nightcap 16-14 after a five-run outburst in the final frame. John MacLaughlin was credited with both wins for the Giants. He pitched a total of seven innings in relief. Allan Korth suffered his second loss of the young season in the opener, while Harvie Pocza took the evening defeat for the Miners. Local MP Ken Hurlburt was on hand to officially open the Junior Miners' home season in the Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League. Hurlburt threw the first ball against batter Councillor Cam Barnes, who was representing the City of Lethbridge. Following the opening ceremonies, the clubs hit the field and the Miners jumped off to a 2-0 lead after the first inning. Lots of action followed, but the end result left something to be desired as far as Miner coach Doug Frier was concerned. Led by Bob Viccars, the Giants pounded out 31 hits against Miner pitching in the two contests. Viccars had four singles in the first game and added a triple double and single in the r utcap. For the IVi.ners, Terry Pocza poked a double and three singles in the opener while Greg Hamilton added two doubles. In the evening match, Dave George was outstanding for the locals as he swatted two doubles and two singles. Pocza and Hamilton each had a double and single. Both games were extremely tough ones to lose. In the opener, the Miners had rallied for five runs in the eighth inning to take a one-run lead before surrendering three counters in the ninth. The locals attempted a comeback in the bottom half of the frame but left the tying run stranded on second base. In the nightcap, they had a 13-7 lead after seven innings before the Giants warmed up their bats. The Miners' next league action will be next Sunday when they meet the Calgary Golden Spikes in a doubleheader at Henderson Park. FLY BALLS Outstanding fielding play of the day had to go to Dave George for his diving catch of a fly ball in deep right field which turned a SWITCHES TEAMS BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (AP) Birmingham Americans of the World Football League said Saturday they have signed starting tight end of Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League to a multi-year contract. Mitchell is to join the Americans for the 1975 season after playing out his option year with Atlanta this fall. triple into just a long out little Greg Kveder must have had Giant pitcher wondering when he belted the ball to the wall for a triple, then almost powered it out of the park it turned out to be a long sacrifice flv the brisk wind and uncompleted stadium may have kept some fans away, but those that showed up saw plenty of action. First Giants 000 162 15 6 Miners 201 003 16 6 Bruce. MacLaughlin (1-0) (8) and O'Neil. Pelrunia. Dow Korth (0-2' (6) and Kveder. Second Giants 041 002 16 Miners 107 201 201-14 16 7 Findlay, MacLaughlin (2-0) (4) and Liblong, O'Neil Tokariuk. Korth Petrunia H. Pocza (0-1) Dow (9) and Kato. Kveder Pat Price eyes a Ferrari after signing big pact TORONTO (CP) Pat Price was asked if he would follow the style of many other rich young hockey players and buy a new Corvette. "No, mine will be a said Price after he was made the first choice Friday in the World Hockey Association amateur draft and then signed by Vancouver Blazers. The 19-year-old defenceman from Saskatoon Blades of the Western Canada Hockey League signed a five-year contract with the Blazers worth a reported million. Blazers general manager Joe Crozier also announced the signing of centre Ron Chipperfield from Brandon Wheat Kings of the WCHL. Chipperfield had been chosen by Vancouver in the WHA's secret-negotiation draft two months ago and was also se- lected by California Golden Seals in the first round of the National Hockey League draft Tuesday. Price was one of 209 players from amateur teams, univer- sities and colleges from across Canada and the United States chosen in the 19-round, 2V2-hour session by the WHA's 15 teams. Indianapolis Racers, an ex- pansion club scheduled to start play this fall, had second pick and took Mike Will of Edmonton Oil Kings, also of the WCHL. Cincinnati Stingers, a team scheduled to start play in the 1975-76 season, followed by choosing Don Larway from Swift Current Broncos. Larway, a 46-goal scorer for the Broncos, was Boston Bruins' first-round choice in the National Hockey League's secret amateur draft earlier this week. Michigan Stags, formerly Los Angeles Sharks, drafting fourth, chose Bill Reed of Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, of the Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A series. Reed, 20, admitted at the conclusion of the draft that he had already signed a five-year contract with the Stags before the draft began. He would not disclose details of the contract. Phoenix Roadrunners, an- other expansion club making its debut this fall, had fifth choice and took Dennis Olmstead from the University of Wisconsin. Olmstead's father Bert is a former player in the National Hockey League. The Roadrunners originally had first choice, but passed to the Blazers, presumably be- cause Vancouver had already signed Price to a contract. Phoenix then maintained the Blazers' fifth-place pick for the first round. San Diego Knights, Sabres announce names of players BUFFALO (AP) The Buf- falo Sabres announced Saturday the names of 12 players chosen last week in the National Hockey League's secret draft of amateur players. Ten were drafted from Canadian teams, one was from Brown University and the 12th is a young Japanese who played for Tokyo Katanas. Of the 12. defenceman Lee Fogolin and right winger Danny Gare head the iist. Fogolin. !8. the Sabres' No. 1 is a rare, right-handed shooter who scored seven goals and 19 assists in 47 games last season for Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A series. Gare had 68 goals and 59 as- sists in 65 games with Calgary Centennials of the Western Canada Hockey League. The Japanese, whom the Sa- bres described as the "most secret player in the secret draft." is Tare Tsujimoto. a five-foot, eight-inch, 180- pound centre. Also chosen was Robert Geoffrion, a left winger from Cornwall Royals of the Quebec Major Hockey League and son of Atianta Flames' coach Bernie Geoffrion. The other draftees: Charles Constantin. left wing. Quebec Remparts: Michel Deziel. left wing. Sore! Black Hawks; David Given, defence-forward. Brown University; Rick Jodzio, left wing, Ha'milton Red Wings; Gary Lariviere, defence, St. Catharines Black Hawks; Paul Macintosh, Peterborough Petes; Bernard Noreau. right wing-centre, Laval Nationals, and Derek Smith, centre-left wing, Ottawa 67s. formerly New Jersey, chose Brad Rhiness of Kingston Canadians and Winnipeg Jets, choosing seventh, took Randy Andrachuk of Kamloops, B.C. Edmonton Oilers had eighth pick, and took Doug Soetart of the Oil .Kings. Gunter sinks Royals By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nancy Gunter's singles win and a men's double victory led Cleveland Nets to a 27-24 triumph over Toronto-Buffalo Royals Saturday in World Team Tennis action. Miss Gunter defeated Wendy Overton 6-2 before Clark Graebner and Ray Moore beat Tom Okker and Mike Estep by the same score to clinch the victory for Cleveland, which dropped three of the five sets. In Saturday's other WTT matches, Florida Flamingoes defeated Hawaii Leis 28-23, Pittsburgh Triangles whipped Baltimore Banners 27-14, Minnesota Buckskins tripped Philadelphia Freedoms 29-22 and Los Angeles Strings dropped New York Sets 29-20. Betty Ann Grubb and Cliff Drysdale sparked the Flamingoes to win in their first three matches, Drysdale winning in men's singles ant Miss Grubb winning in women's singles and then teaming with Laurie Fleming for a women's doubles triumph. Evonne Goolagong and Ken Rosewall led Pittsburgh to its sixth win in a row while the Atlantic section-leading Freedoms lost their first of the season after 12 victories. Marita Redondo suffered her first loss of the season for Los Angeles but the Strings came back to record their seventh straight victory. ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE East Eatt W L Pet. GBL W L PCI. GBL St. Louis 26 22 .542 Boston 27 22 .551 Philadelphia.. .27 23 Milwaukee 24 22 .522 Montreal 21 21 .500 2 Cleveland 24 25 .490 3 New York ___ 21 28 .429 5'A New York 25 27 .481 3% Chicago 19 26 .422 Baltimore 23 25 .479 3'.i Pittsburgh ___ 18 28 .391 7 Detroit 23 25 .479 3% West west Los Angeles .37 15 Oakland P9 21 .580 Cincinnati ___ 28 20 .583 7 Kansas City Atlanta 27 23 .540 9 25 24 .510 25 25 500 4 Houston 27 25 519 10 22 23 .489 Vi 24 27 .471 20 25 .444 San Francisco 27 27 .500 11 California.. San Diego ___ 18 38 .321 21 Minnesota TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta Morton (5-4) at Philadelphia Carlton (6-4) Cincinnati Kirby (3-3) at New York Matlack (5-2) Only games scheduled SUNDAY'S RESULTS Houston at New York ppd.. rain Chicago 7 Los Angeles 6 Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh 1 St. Louis 9 San Diego 6 Philadelphia 4 San Francisco 3 Atlanta 9 Montreal 0 SATURDAY'S RESULTS New York 3 Houston 1 Los Angeles 10 Chicago 0 Pittsburgh 14 Cincinnati 1 St. Louis 3 San Diego 0 Philadelphia 6 San Francisco 2 Montreal 7 Atlanta 6 LEAGUE LEADERS AB Garr. Afl Smith. SL Gross. Hou. Reitz. SL Garvey. LA Maddox. SF Morgan. Cin Buckner, LA Davis. Mtl 215 181 143 179 213 224 172 185 167 61 70 73 56 60 324 54 .323 Brock. SL...... 177 Home Runs: Wynn Cedeno. Houston. Garvey. (11) each. Runs Batted In: Garvey, Smith. Wynn. <44) each Pitching five decisions: John. Los Angeles. <8-1l. Grillin. Houston. <6-1) <857) R 32 32 27 15 37 35 34 24 21 36 57 .322 Los Angeles. H PcL 84 .391 69 .381 51 .345 .341 .329 326 326 TODAY'S GAMES Kansas City Busby (7-4) at Baltimore Alexander (1-2) Boston Drago (4-1) at Minnesota Corbin (3-0) Only games scheduled SUNDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 5 Kansas City 2 New York 11 Minnesota 1 Oakland 6 Minnesota 4 Boston 9 Chicago 7 Baltimore 6 Texas 5 Detroit 2 California 0 SATURDAY s RESULTS Cleveland 5 Kansas City 2 New York 6 Minnesota 5 Oakland 4 Minnesota 1 Boston 8 Chicago 0 Texas 4 Baltimore 2 California 4 Detroit 1 LEAGUE LEADERS AB R Carew. Min..... 183 31 Jackson. Oak 158 34 Burroughs. Tex 202 32 H PcL 75 .410 63 .399 67 .332 44 324 49 .318 52 317 55 313 Oliva. Minn..... 136 11 Piniella. NY 154 18 Yastrzemskt. B 164 33 Robinson. Bal .176 12 Rudi. Oak 190 24 59 311 Home Runs: Jackson. Horton. Detroit. Briggs. Milwaukee. Burroughs. 12 each Runs Bailed in: Burroughs. (531: Jackson. Pitching Jive decisions: G. Perry. Cleveland. Fingers. Oakland. <633) TUK DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. 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