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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI irTHBRIDGI HCRAIO Monday, 4, Maxtvell slides home Bryan Maxwell slides home head first Sunday with the sixth run of argued Maxwell missed the plate (see picture this Maxwell was the game as Edmonton Blocker catcher Bruce Gullett awaits throw from first base. Maxwell, of the Lethbridge Lakers, narrowed the Blockers' lead to 7-6 with his effort. Gullett and team manager Waliy Waddle safe and the Lakers scored twice in the seventh inning for an. 8-7 victory in Alberta Major Baseball League play. RICK ERVIN photos Sakata performs first game heroics eased, Lakers take two Haraga lightning fast, thrills Vauxhall crowd LENN SAKATA By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor It was a' tale of two contrasts Sunday afternoon at Henderson Park as the Lethbridge Lakers swept a pair of Alberta Major Baseball League games from the visiting Edmonton Blockers. Lakers, with their record now 4-1, used seventh-inning heroics to pull out an 8-7 verdict in the first game and then crushed the Blockers 11-3 in the second game behind the four-hit pitch- ing of newcomer Mike Davey. The two wins moved the Lakers into first place in the six-team league as a number of weekend games were postponed by wet weather. Even the Lak- ers had their troubles "with wet grounds. The locals were to meet Edmonton Saturday night and once Sunday. The park was too wet Saturday so game-winning single the two clubs played a seven- J 1 J.1 25 Atlanta 16 32 San Diego...... 19 34 PCI. .608 .523 .478 .468 .3E8 .636 .594 .549 .537 .360 .358 GBL 6': 61'3 7 11 5 IS SUNDAY'S RESULTS Cmc'nnali .001000 5 0 Pittsburgh ooo ooo i 10 i Carroll Bcrbon '9) and Bench Walker McKee (61, R Hernan- dez 18) and HR: Atlanta 000 000 0 1 Chicago 00' 1 6 1 Reed (2-7) House 8) and Oaies: Paopas Locker (8) and Hundley. HRs: Chi-Pappas Bourque and Munson. Oakland 101 Ml U 1 Boston 000 1 5 3 Blue Pina (9) and Tenace, Hos- ley Tiant Moret Gar- man Skok (7) and Flsk. HR: Chicago 100 ooo J 1 Milwaukee 100011 llx-7 14 I Bahnsen Acosta (7) and Herr- mann; Bell (5-61 and Rodriguei. HRs: Detroit 001 420 t II 1 Minnesota Ml 001 000- 1 7 t Lolich (5-5) and Sims; Hands (5-5) Goltz (Si and Mitterwald. HRs: Def Morton Cleveland 002 001 4 11 1 Kansas City 100 000 5 11 1 Perry, rlilgendorf Lamb (25) Strom Farmer (9) and Dun- can, Busby, Dal Canton (4-3) (8) and Kirkpatrick. HR: Baltimore 021 I Texas 001 1 i 1 McNally (5-6) and Williams; Bro- berg (1-5) end Suarez. SATURDAY Chicago 000 000 OJO 000 10 1 Milwaukee 001 000 000 I Stone, Forster (5-1) Aeosta (13) and Herrmann; Slaton, Linzy (2-2) (11 and Rodriguez California 000 000 000- 0 1 New York 110 1 7 1 Ryan '6-6) and Kusnyer, Torborq Peterson (8) Mun- Detroit 1 Minnesota ooo 500 ooo 12 Fryman and Sims; Blyleven, Sanders, (2-2) (10) Mitterwald. HR: Oakland 001 MI 1 Boston 011000 I Hunter (6-3) and Fosse; Lee (5-2) and Fisk. HR: Baltimore 110 400' I 1 Texas 001 000 374 Palmer and Williams; Alltn (4) Suarer. Cleveland 000 101 1 W Kansas City 030 000 5 10 I Wilcox Farmer dorf (8) and Duncan; Splittorff Bird (6) and Kirkpatrick. ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE W L Pet. 61L. Lethbridge Lakers Calgary Jimmies Red Deer Gen. Edmonton Tigers Calgary Giants Edm. Blockers 1 .WO 2 .714 2 .500 3 .400 2 .333 3 .250 1 3Vi DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE LTD. TlRf A SfRVKE ;