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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, 7, 1974 Rose and Bud Pete Rose, left and Bud Harrelson make up for last year's National League playoff skirmish. Rose, of Cincinnati Reds decked Harrelson, of the Mets in a playoff game. All seems forgotten. Candlestick wind bothered Cards THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco Giants literally won in a breeze Thursday. Aided by Candlestick Park wind, the Giants scored seven runs in the fourth inning and went on to beat St. Louis Cardinals 9-5. "Candlestick is by far the toughest park to play outfield in the National League." said St. Louis centre fielder Luis Melendez. Minor ball The Twins were handed their first loss of the season as the Canucks outlasted the league leaders 18-16 at Lakeside Thursday night. Todd Fisher earned the mound win giving up II hits while Calvin Byam took the loss after allowing eight safeties. Randy Baldry paced the winners with the bat as he stroked a double and two singles while Mark Dumont chipped in with a game- winning triple. Byam aided his own cause poking a home run, triple and double while M. Oviat added a pair of singles. In a Farm League match at Lakeside, the Cardinals whipped the Astros 16-5. Rod Crofton was the winning pitcher with seven strikeouts while R. Pelham suffered the loss. Crofton and Brent Baldry led the winners at the plate with four hits apiece. Gordon Melynk held the Astros to three hits and carried the Pirates to an easy 5-0 victorj- at Norcrest last night. Jamie Coghlin was tagged with the loss after issuing nine hits, four to Rodney Tomita and two to Melynk. Brian Megalla rapped a double and single for the losers while team-mate Coghlin added a double. Ian Lowe walloped a grand slam home run and won a pitcher's duel against John Wilson to lead the Rockets to a slim 9-7 decision over the Hawks in Lakeside Farm League action last night. Russell Syme managed a double in a losing cause. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE Melendez lost a fly ball dur- ing that wild fourth inning and it cost the Cardinals three runs. Frustrated over Gary Matthews' wind-blown double with the bases loaded. Melendez noted: "All you can go by is the sound of the ball hitting the bat. It sounded hard hit. so I started back. But the wind held it up and I ran as hard as I could but couldn't get to it." The wind also pestered St. Louis starter Lynn McGlothen, who held a 3-0 lead before he was blown out of the game in the fourth. "I had great stuff and when I got that 3-0 lead, I thought I was in said McGlothen, a former American Leaguer. "But I just couldn't adjust to the wind." In the other National League games. New York Mets nudged Cincinnati Reds 4-3: Houston Astros beat Montreal Expos 4-0; Los Angeles Dodgers blanked Pittsburgh Pirates 6-0 and Chicago Cubs beat San Diego Padres 5-1. Lou Brock's walk, run- scoring doubles by Torn Heintzelman and Reggie Smith and Joe Torre's RBI single produced a 3-0 lead off Mike Caldwell in the first inning as St. Louis chased the Giants" ace left-hander. One-out singles by Gary Thomasson and Bruce Miller sparked the seven-run fourth off McGlothen. 7-3. John Milner hit a leadoff home run against reliever Pedro Borbonin the eighth in- ning, lifting New York over Cincinnati. Milner's shot, his ninth of the season, travelled 420 feet and broke a 3-3 tie after the Mets had come from behind with two runs in the seventh on Cleon Jones' single to even the game. Borbon's pitch to the Mets" first baseman in the eighth was a misplaced fastball. Said the relief pitcher: "It's supposed to go out. Instead it goes in." Lee May hit two bases- empty home runs and Larry Dierker pitched a three-hitter, pacing Houston over Montreal. May opened the fourth inning with a home run and then hit another one. his ninth of the baseball season, in the sixth. Both blasts were off Montreal right hander Steve Renko.. 3-6. The Astros scored two runs in the second inning when Doug Rader produced an RBI double and later scored on a wild pitch. SPECIAL NOTICE The Council of the City of Lethbridge will hold a further meeting in connection with 5he future electric power supply for the City, The meeting will be held in the Council Chamber at City Hall on Monday. June 17 from P.M. to P.M. Any person who may wish to make representation con- cerning this matter shall first file a written submission with the City Clerk not later than P.M., Thursday, June 13. The two hours allotted for this meeting will be divided equally for the presentations and in any event no more than thirty minutes will be allowed for each presentation. John Gerla, City Clerk Whoop-up Downs Selections FIRST RACE 4 and 5 year oldi. FIVE FURLONGS Looks winner Could the favorite Good enough (or thow May need one Could be a hidden one Watch thli one Not too fit Could upset Alibaitro'a Doll 112 Big Plume 116 Silent Ned 112 Beater Betty 119 Lynn Rock's Pebble 115 Teras Pride 111 Miss Robs 116 Duchess Doll 115 SECOND RACE For year oldi. Duel Fair................... 121 Shelly M 116 Mr. Go Lucky 117 Mystic Twister 121 Gold Cargo 124 Eaniaki's Son 122 Raes Auction 107 Compelling Last 121 SEVEN FURLONGS Should win The one to beat Will be clou Not even if they twist his tail Good chance Will need a race Might surprise Will be close THIRD RACE year old maidens. Allowance. THREE FURLONGS Probably a winner Inside posts helps Should have speed Training well Be There Julie.............. 114 Billy Comacho 119 Another Bob 119 Miss Art Auction 114 Daulphin's Deen 119 Lovona Mac 114 Alder Bench 114 Brown G ___'.............. 114 Could be winner First start Ran even other day First start Allowance. ThreatinJet 120 FOURTH RACE Quarter Horse Race 3 year olds and upward. THREE FURLONGS Should be winner The one to beat Needed start look out In the money Improvement needed Will improve Should be a contender Hi Ho Nano Whistler Be Fast Okan Van Sorrel Hummer Sorrel Nibs Sweeties Red Bar 124 122 117 116 116 121 FIFTH RACE For 3 year olds and up. Claiming Silent Stream 124 Pay Day Pat 112 Tiny's King 124 Mister Rideabout 124 Gypsy's Freedom 117 Pixie Belle 111 THREE FURLONGS Best bet Should be good to place speed on inside post Could make the money Not likely Has cheap speed Happy Centavos 119 Too much speed SIXTH RACE For 3 year olds and up. Claiming Stormy Summer............ 112 Triple Charm 112 Baron D'Or Noralta Midge Tiny Toes Copper Dan Countess Pilot Son of Latham 121 115 121 121 116 121 FIVE FURLONGS Should win or go home Good chance Will make 'em run Never, never Needs a ra'ce Not likely Could upset Not today SEVENTH RACE For 3 year olds and up. Janice Marie 116 Stranger Luck 117 Olympia Stride 124 Muy Malo 121 Blue Deen 117 Sir Elliott 117 FIVE FURLONGS Old mare should beat these Three year old will be close Smart win last start A little tough Could be sleeper Your guess Canel Hope 116 Outside post hurts' EIGTH RACE For 3 year olds and up. Claiming FIVE FURLONGS Will have to catch him Green Port 121 Sandy's Blue Hawk 121 For your File 119 Well Received 121 Chanfield 121 Mint Green 124 Reserved Speed 121 Blue Twist 121 Good enough for place Inside post helps Don't know where Has speed Luck of the Irish Run by most of them Not likely SCRATCH TIME: a.m. POST TIME: p.m. Brewers finally get pinch hitter GARDEN CENTRE CLEARANCE SPECIALS WINDMILL BRAND GLADIOLUS BULBS Package of twenty bulbs in a color mixture. Healthy bulbs that will give you sturdy gladiolus spikes. I 1 II AIM I I IJ .99 Assorted Trees Choose from a good selection of Sask- atchewan grown shrubs including: Lilacs, White Flowering Plum, Russian Olive, White Flowering crab and Nanking Cherry trees. Junipers A good selection of Tam Junipers, Verigated. Sabina or Broadmore Junipers. Included in this selection of Global Cedars. 2 4 99 EACH 44 EACH European White Birch Tree Well loved for its slender graceful form and snowy White bark. Average mature height 30 to 40 feet. EACH .99 sunbeam ir Single Blade Mower 64 C.I.L. Golf Green Fertilizer 4 An electric mower with single discharge, high powered Sunbeam motor, Chrome plated swing over handle and built in Sunbeam quality. 95 EACH 12-4-8 composition. A good al! round fertilizer for your lawn and garden. 50 Ib. bag size. Weed and Feed Fertilizer 99 EACH Made by Green Cross, it has Killex for the control of dandelions, clover, chickweed and plantian. 22 Ib. bag. 5 99 BAG ASSOCIATED PRESS In Milwaukee, pinch-hitters are as popular as prohibitionists and about as successful. But that was before Mike Hegan. Hegan. a newcomer to the Milwaukee bench, laced a two-run pinch single Thursday first successful Brewer pinch-hit in 24 attempts this season, and the Brewers dumped California Angels 9-7. Elsewhere in the American League. Texas Rangers dropped Cleveland Indians 6-2 and New York Yankees downed Chicago White Sox 5- 1. In a pinch, the last person you'd call on would be a Mil- waukee pinch-hitter. But Cali- fornia manager Bobby Winkles left the Brewers little choice. "I knew they didn't have any right-handed hitters left on the bench except Bob Collucio." said Winkles, explaining why he replaced right-handed pitcher Skip Lockwood for lefty John Cumberland in the seventh in- ning. "I knew Collucio had been hurt and I wasn't sure he was able to hit." Milwaukee manager Del Crandall. who later confirmed that Collucio was unable to hit. was forced to send up the left-handed-hitting Hegan. Hegan had never faced Cumberland before, but he consulted his team-mates. "They told me he has a big breaking ball, so I tried to lean up to the said Hegan. recently acquired from New York Yankees. "In that situation. 1 wasn't trying for a home run. 1 just wanted to make sure he didn't strike me out." Jackie Brown threw a big curve at the Geveland In- dians-they wanted fastballs and he fed them something considerably slower. "I don't think I have any special speil over the said the Texas pjtcher who blanked Cleveland 3-0 last week. "They are basically a fastball- hitting team and my best pitch is a curve bail. It's just coincidence that I've beat them twice in a row. The two games were probably my best of the year." Alex Johnson knocked in four runs, two of them in a three-run Texas seventh, in support of Brown, who pitched a seven-hitter. Two bouts in A's clubhouse MILWAUKEE (AP) Reggie Jackson and Billy North of Oakland Athletics fought twice in the clubhouse before Wednesday night's American League baseball game in Detroit, it was reported Thursday. Jackson's right shoulder was injured when he was wrestled to the floor and struck a metal dressing stall. The outfielders have been on bad terms for a month since Jackson accused North of not hustling to first on an infield grounder. Vida Blue and Blue Moon Odom separated the outfielders in their first clash, but three minutes later they started fighting again and Jackson received Jhe shoulder injury. Sal Bando and Ray Fosse puiled the two apart in their second encounter. Jackson applied an ice pack to his shoulder and started the game but left after 5'-z innings after going hitless in four trips. He said the shoulder had nothing to do with his leaving. "It's very bad." Jackson said of his relationship with North. "I don't think it will ever be resolved, although I've tried to make peace at least six times." he told the Oakland Tribune. baskets Bedding Plants Cnoose from a good selection of popular flowers including Petunias. Violas. Snap Dragons. Portul- aca and Dusty Miller. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drhra Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. lUfNimCMHIBKE SAnSMOTION 6UMUNTKD ;