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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE May A 10-cent beer night turned into a nightmare It all started very innocently Tuesday Golf league CLEVELAND (AP) "It's Texas Ranger Tuesday night, but the fans the closest I've ever seen any- body corni; to getting killed in my" more than 25 years in manager Billy Martin said. Cleveland Indians and the ran on the field, threw beer bottles, firecrackers, chairs, Rangers tried to play baseball wielded knives, and started an BUY WITH CONFIDENCE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED REFINEMENT OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED Save On Premium Fiesta Paints YOUR BEST PAINT BUY .FIESTA, offering quality and selection at reasonable prices. Choose from 6 finishes and up to decorator col- ours. Interior and exterior Fiesta finishes are easy to apply and offer long lasting beauty and protection for your home. Visit our paint and wallcover- ing department today and select the finish and colours for your next decor- ating project. Regular Woolco Prices from 9.49 gal.. 3.49 qt. to 12.47 gal.. 3.99 qt. YOUR CHOICE Alkyd House Paint Latex House Paint Latex Woodstain Interior Latex Alkyd Semi- Gloss Alkyd Flat Tinting bases are slightly underfilled to allow for colourant. DEPARTMENT STORES Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drivt Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. DOUBLE ROLL SfflSflOTION CUUMUHD uncontrollable rnelee in the ninth inning. The Indians forfeited the American League game to the Rangers. The second game of the three-game series is scheduled for tonight. It was 10-cent beer night at Municipal Stadium. -The Rangers came to town with the memories of a player brawl that took place in Texas last Wednesday. Some fans turned out on a warm lakefront night. Early in the game young fans started running on the field in between innings and were cheered by the crowd. Occasionally a firecracker went off. In the sixth inning, a streaker was applauded. The number of people running on the field increased each inning, and the Indians kept narrowing the Rangers' 5-1 lead. In the sixth inning the Tribe made it 5-3, and Martin re- moved his bullpen crew from the right-field area because of the number of missiles being thrown. Firecrackers were thrown into the Rangers' dugout and Martin paced back and forth Take One Step wins feature Take One Step took a big step Tuesday at Whoop-Up Downs. Owned and trained by Mrs. Shirley Clark of High River Take One Step captured the featured seventh race at Whoop-Up Downs as day two of the 1974 Spring Race Meet went by the boards. Piloted by Ivan Clark, Take One Step, the odds on favorite in the seventh, bested Some Talk by a comfortable margin. Some Talk, ridden by Herb McNally finished just ahead of Khalnesian. The win earned Take One Step the Fort Macleod Auction Market trophy blanket and the winner's share of the purse. Take One Step won the race in a rather slow due greatly to the high winds. It is winds that are causing all the troubles at Whoop-Up Downs. Thursday's race card has been dropped. A cold epidemic, not of major proportions, is currently hampering a number of horses causing a shortage of mounts for the jockeys on hand. It was decided Tuesday that Thursday would be dropped with racing to commence again Friday night at five and Saturday at two o'clock. In daily double action Tuesday the combination of Wayward Boy in the first race to Grinner in the second was worth while Fair Morning and Rainy Dawn paid a quinella in the second race. The exactor, a payoff, came about as Hadason won the fifth race followed by Tiny's King. In the eighth and final race of the evening Pilgrims Maid to Haydn's Doll paid a quinella of Racing is on tap again this evening at five o'clock and is scheduled for every day next week, barring any unforeseen difficulties. Firat S1.000 claiming. 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs Wayward Boy (Parks) 7.50 3.30 3.40. Fun Sale (Bourne) 3.40 3.80, Romo Brandy (Suitor) 3.40. Time 1.03 Fair Ridge. Tapparatus, Ryslo also ran. Second claiming, 3 year olds and up. 7 furlongs Ladys Trip (Bourne) 8.80 4.30 2.60, Grinner (Baril) 10.70 5.00, Buster Kid (Suitor) 2.60. Time Ice Alley. For Your File, Swishaway, Gramps Delight also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third S1.200 claiming, 3 year old maidens, 5 furlongs Fair Morning 4.10 3.1Q 2.70, Rainy Dawn (Marshall) 4.30 3.60, Short Lu (Jensen) 5.80. Time My Fiest, Muv Malo. Classic Jour- ney, Silent Ned also ran. QUINELLA: S12.90 Fourth claiming, 3 year olds. 5 furlongs Rags (Tobacco) 10.90 5.60 6.00, Lady Whirlago (Suitor) 3.70 3.40. Arts Shadow (Burrell) 3.70. Time IHsavenly Min. Flaming Silence. Turning Blue, Gold Cargo, Sharon H also ran. Fifth S1.000 claiming. 3 year olds and up. 3 furlongs Hadason (McNally) 6.70 3.70 2.50. Tiny's King (Burreli) 3.10 2.40, Western Runner (Jeffries) 2.80. Time :38 Bomb Again. White Fleet also ran. Track Scratch: Short Lou EXACTOR: S15.70 Sixth S2.000 claiming. 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs Sixth claiming, 3 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Olympia Stride (Tobacco) 9.00 5.70 4.10. Croft Lake (McGhie) 4.20 3.60. Big Edge (Suitor) 3.70. Time Magandsir. Fleet Flitter. Setyoursights. Fire Line. Night Call also ran. Seventh S900 purse, 3 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Take One Step (Clark) 5.00 2.90 2.90. Some Talk (McNally) 4.10 3.90. Khalnesian (Bourne) 3.70. Time Nipawin. Quillation. Flight To Shannon, Ruby Petite also ran. Eighth claiming. 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs Pilgrims Maid (Jensen) 14.80 5.80 3.30. Haydn's Doll (Suitor) 4.80 3.80. Time Joey's Arch. Count Little. Yael. Gypsy's Freedom also ran. QUINELLA: S18.30 Eighth S1.700 claiming. 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Hickory Staff (Burrell) 14.60 6.80 7.10. Powerful Pop (Gold) 8.40 6.30. Rain Taurus (Beauclaire) 6.60. Time: Hayden Symphony. West Wind Gal. Tropic Tide. Destiny's Favor. Denver Spread. with rage on his face. In the ninth inning the In- dians tied the score at 5-5 and had the bases loaded, when fans again poured out of the rightfield stands and started harassing Ranger outfielder Jeff Burroughs. "They grabbed at my glove, took my Burroughs said. "I tried to call time, but nobody heard me. "I was getting scared because I felt the riot psychology." CARRIED BATS The Rangers came off the bench brandishing baseball bats and headed for right field, led by Martin. "I know it was silly for us to do Martin said. "But Jeff was out there all by himself. "I saw knives and chairs and other things. We just couldn't let our team-mate get beat up." After the Rangers left the bench, the Indians came out of the dugout to help their base- ball opponents. "You have to realize that the only thing I had to defend myself with was my Burroughs said. "I was happy to get some help. "And I thank the Indians for coming out to help me." There were skirmishes all over the field between ballplayers and fans. "I'll say one Martin added. "That fan we got a hold of out there got the hell kicked out of him." Nester Chylak, the chief umpire on the field, was hit on the head with a chair and had his hand cut. "We were so scared out there we had made plans for our Chylak said. "It was 500-to-one odds, and we could have gotten killed out there very Chylak continued. "I saw weapons out there, and I'm sure the only other place you would see something like this happen would be in a zoo." Chylak said he waited until all the ball players were pff the field before calling it a for- feit so none of them would be jeopardized. The forfeit gave the Rangers a 9-0 victory, but all the records count. Chylak was raging in the umpires' dressing room. "I can't judge whether it was beer night or the fight in Texas that started the whole Chylak said. "We didn't even know about the fight in Texas. "We were in California at the time. All I know is that everything that happened here tonight will be told in full to the commissioner." American League president Lee MacPhail said there will be no more beer nights in Cleveland in the foreseeable future. The Indians had three more planned for the season. A meeting of Indian executives was scheduled early today to discuss the situation. The Lakeside Golf League will hold its first awards night for the 1974 season this Friday evening. Time of the presentations has not yet been set, but it is expected proceedings will get under way at nine o'clock. It is open to all Lakeside League members. Meanwhile, in league action Monday Gil Strachan of the Herald won low net with a 32 while four players tied for loss gross honors with 38's. Deadlocked were Bob Parsons of Parsons, Bob Kemp and Jim Reid of Union 76 and Shig Takeyasu of Fraches. Low team honors were shared by The Herald and Fraches. Tied at 151 were the teams of Bruce Redman, Bill Andreachuk, Doug Walker and Strachan and Nobby Tajiri, Ken Tsujiura, Tom Medoruma and Takeyasu. Country Club Low net Don Manery, Oliver 30. Low gross Bill Van Buskirk, Packers 40. Low team net Packers, Van Buskirk, Walt Bailey, John Hunt and Jack Ruddell 138. COUNTRY CLUB Gentlemen III.................. 53 Lakeview Texaco 53 Oliver......................... 52 Lethbrldge Office 47 Bastedo's 45 Dorigatti....................... 41 Reliance Agencies 41 Packers....................... 36 Perky 30 Eatons 29 Blacks Men Shop.............. 28 King Chrysler.................. 19 LAKKSIDIC MK.VS Leo Singers 53 Fraches 47 Jubilee........................ 47 Parsons....................... 43 CHEC......................... 41 CJOC......................... 39 Flemings 37 Imperial Life................... 36 Dorigatti....................... 32 Union 76 32 Ace Building................... 32 House of Lethbridge 30 The Herald 29 Pahulje........................ 28 Sugar Beeters................. 27 A and W 21 Walkers....................... 19 Owens .....17 COUNTRY CLUB WOMEN'S Leo Singers 24 Parson's Electric............... 23 Key Realty Insurance......... 22 Canada Packers............... 21 Don Kirkham Insurance Agency. 20 Toyota Travel.................. 19 Draffin's Dispensary............ 18 Primrose Shop 13 ELRICH TIRE SPORT AMERICAN Louis York New York Oakland Angeles Kansas Chicago Minnesota Diego TODAY'S GAMES Texas Bibby (7-6) at Cleveland Johnson (2-2) Kansas City Canton (3-3) at Baltimore McNally (4-4) Oakland Blue (4-5) at Detroit Coleman (6-5) California Ryan (7-5) at Milwaukee Slaton (6-6) Boston Tiant (6-5) at Minnesota Goltz (3-0) New York Tidrow (4-5) at Chicago Pitlock (2-0) TUESDAY'S RESULTS First Oakland 100 200 4 1 Detroit 000 000 3 1 Holtzman (6-6) and Fosse; Lolich (5-7) and Freehan. HR: Second Oakland 100 000 6 1 Detroit 400 000 4 0 Hamilton Lindblad 1. Odom (7) and Tenace. Haney LaGrow (4-4) and Moses. Kansas City 105 011 10 0 Baltimore 000 000 3 0 Fitzmorris (5-2) and Healy; Grimsley (5-6) Jefferson Reynolds (9) and Hendricks. HRs: Mayberry California 000 012 7 0 Milwaukee 010 000 7 0 Singer (7-4) and El Rodriguez, Egan Kobel. Ed Rodriguez (6) (4- Murphy (8) and Porter. Boston 100 010 001 7 1 Minnesota 001 100 001 12 3 Lee. Segui (10) Moret (11) and Fisk: Decker. Burgmeier Campbell (5) (2-4) and Borgrnann. Roof HRs: New York 010 010 7 1 Chicago 010 040 22x-9 16 0 Dobson Pagan Wallace (8) and Dempsey: Wood (9-6) and Herrmann. HRs: Dent LEAGUE LEADERS AB 188 164 146 205 126 170 128 148 156 Carew. Min Jackson. Oak Olive. Min Burroughs. Tex Randie. Tex McRae. KC Evans. Bos Kelly. Chi.. Piniella. NY Yaslrzemski Bos 171 R H Pet 32 76 .404 35 64 .390 49 .336 67 .327 41 .325 55 .324 41 .320 47 .318 50 .316 54 .316 11 32 21 23 19 23 19 34 Home Runs: Jackson. 15: Horton. Detroit. 12: Briggs. Milwaukee. 12: Mayberry. Kansas City. 12: Burroughs. 12. Runs Batted In: Burroughs. 53; Jackson. 42. Pitching 5 decisions: G. Perry. Cleveland. 9-1. .900: Fingers. Oakland. 5-1. -833. MINOR LEAGUE Pacific Coast League Tucson 8 Phoenix 3 Salt Lake 8 Albuquerque 6 International League Charleston 5 Memphis 4 Pawiuckel 6 Toledo Syracuse 4 Rochester 3 Richmond -4 Tidewater 2 TODAY'S GAMES St. Louis McGlothen (7-2) at San Francisco Caldwell (7-3) Atlanta Niekro (6-3) at Philadelphia Lonborg (5-5) Montreal Torrez (4-4) at Houston Osteen (5-4) Chicago Hooton (2-5) at San Diego Palmer (0-0) Pittsburgh Booker (2-4) at Los Angeles Rau (5-1) TUESDAY'S RESULTS Atlanta 100 000 9 0 Philadelphia 010 100 7 2 Harrison House (7) and Casanova; Schueler Watt Scarce Culver (9) and Boone. HRs: Aaron Montreal 000 230 7 1 Houston 000 000 5 1 McAnally (4-4) and Humphrey: Griffin Cosgrove Johnson (9) and M. May. St. Louis 000 003 8 1 San FranciscoOOl 120 7 0 -Gibson Garman (7) and Simmons: Bradley Sosa (7) and Rader. HRs: Smith Cincinnati 000 100 200 14 1 New York 002 001 000 9 0 Gullett. Caroll Borbon (8) (4-2) and Plummer: Koosman. Parker Sadecki (8) (2-2) and Grote. HR: Pittsburgh 000 000 5 0 Los Angeles 003 011 10 0 Reuss Tekulve 5. Giusti (7) and Sanguillen: John (9-1) and Yeager. Chicago 410 000 8 1 San Diego- 200 010 10 0 Bonham. LaRoche (7) (1-1) and Mitterwald. Lundstedt Greif. Arlin Tornlin Hardy (8) Romo (9) and Kendall. HRs: Gaston Texas 011 102 9 1 Cleveland 000 102 12 0 Jenkins. Foucault (6) and Sundberg: Peterson. Bosman Buskey Wilcox (7) and Duncan. HRs: (2) Game forfeited: Texas wins 9-0 LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Garr. All .......225 33 86 .382 Smith. SL 185 33 70 .378 Gross. Hou..... 152 Z7 53 .349 Reitz. SL....... 183 15 62 .339 Davis. Mil 171 22 56 .327 Garvey. SL .....217 38 71.327 Maddox. SF___224 35 73 .326 Bucttner. LA 185 24 60 .324 Brock. SL 181 37 58 .320 Morgan. Cin___ 183 34 58 .317 Home Runs: Wynn. Los Angeles. 15: Schmidt. Philadelphia. 11: Smith. 11: Cedeno. Houston. 11: Garvey. 11. Puns Batted In: Garvey. 46: Smith. 45; Wynn. 45. Pitching 5 decisions: John. Los Angeles." 9-1. .900. Hough. Los Angeles. 5-1. .833: Messersmith. Los Angeles. 5-1. .833: Rau. Los Angeles. 5-1. 833: Sosa. San Francisco. 5-1. 833. They're off The horses leave the gate Tuesday in day two of the Spring Race Meet at Whoop-Up Downs. DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Tire Sales and Service 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;