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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, June 11, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Whoop-up Downs Selections WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS Schmidt's home run stopped by speaker FIRST RACE For three year olds and upward. Claiming THREE FURLONGS Speedy Kim 116 Is a speedy sort Tiz A Brother 124 Mister Rideabout 124 Redirect 121 Baron Baron 122 Rockey Gleam 124 Canel Princess 116 Should be close Outside post hurts Old timer had class Too much speed for him Not last enough Long shot SECOND RACE For three year olds and upward. Claining SEVEN FURLONGS Been running consistantly Better than last look out Should go wall with these Would be a surprise New trainer might improve Consistant sort Overdue Needs more distance Our Rebate................. 121 Pan Fasto 121 Flying Exit 116 Esprit de Speed 121 Priddis Dandy 121 Joey's Arch 121 Meo Class 119 Brilliant Request 116 THIRD RACE Allowance Two year old maidens. THREE FURLONGS Should get there today Should be close Another Bob 119 Billy Comacho 119 Dashing Blue Be There Julie Anita's Jewel Heppner's Sis Mr. Astronaut 119 Should have speed 114 Opener disappointing 116 Needs experience 114 Will have to be running 117 The long shot FOURTH RACE S500. For and 5 year old maidens. FURUONGS Should beat these Should be close Should go well with these Lad's Fool.................. 117 Shamrock Billy 117 Brass Host 121 Silent Ned Famous Panorco Miss Robs Beater Betty Rae's Auction ALSO Princess Grace 112 May be heard from today 121 Running hasn't made him famous 116 Not impressive 119 Runs some good ones 107 Will have to show improvement 119 Should be close FIFTH RACE For and 5 year old Maidens. SEVEN FURLONGS Should run by these Good enough lor place Good chance With his own kind Has been a disappointment May surprise The ASSOCIATED PRESS One of these days someone is going to hit the roof at the Houston Astrodome. Mike Schmidt did Monday night in a manner of speaking. The Philadelphia Phillies in- fielder hit a ball in the first in- ning that appeared headed for home run territory in centre field before it bounced off a speaker hanging from the As- trodome roof. The ball fell back on the field and Schmidt got only a single. He was angry, though the Phillies won 12-0. "If I'm one short of winning the National League home run title, I'll think back to this one that I didn't said Schmidt. "There's no doubt in my mind that it would have been a home run except for that speaker." His hit loaded the bases be- fore Bill Robinson's two-run double. A sacrifice fly by Mike Anderson staked Jim Lonborg to an early three-run lead and it was no contest after that. EXPOS TRIUMPH In other National League games Monday night, Montreal Expos trimmed Cincinnati Reds 3-1, St. Louis Cardinals beat Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2 in 11 innings, and Compellings Last 121 Cramp's Delight 121 Gallant Senor 121 Eaniaki's Son 121 Sharon H 124 Count Dirk 116 SIXTH RACE For three year olds and upward. Claimiing SEVEN FURLONGS Edge in s tough field Rarely runs bad A hard knocking sort Not running well lately Needs the breaks From running stable RolyMinx 121 Brian T 121 Hasty Beau 124 By Chino 121 Lady's Trip 121 Muy Malo 121 Jake's Jewel 116 Will need some breaks SEVENTH RACE S500. For three year olds and upward. Claiming FIVE FURLONGS Should be okay with these Good enough for place Should light the board Cnance at a price Not today Hasn't been running well In a little tougher today Canel Hope 116 Pay Day Pat 112 Ruby Petite 116 Narrabeen 124 Gypsys Freedom 117 Caltabulous 121 Spot Hunter 121 EIGHTH RACE For three year olds and upward. Claiming FIVE FURLONGS Should best these With her own kind May need one Has speed Needs more distance Odd good race Tiny'sKing 124 Mint Green 119 Cariboo Trail 116 Pixie Belle 111 Sky Fire 124 Symbsc-3 College Count 121 124 Should go well with these SCRATCH TIME: a.m. POST TIME: p.m. LONG SHOT: BRASS HOST: No. 5 4th RACE BEST BET: ANOTHER BOB: No. 5 3rd RACE Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Monday: FIRST claiming. 2 year old maidens. 3'-i furlongs. Stellar Selection (Wiseman) 8.30 2.60 2.40. Sweeten Hanhoney (Hedge) 2.40 2.30. Royal Romance (Stadnyk) 3.00. Time: :41. Shirley's Fancy. Winning Round. Mint Candy also ran. SECOND SI.600 claiming. 3 year old maidens. 6 furlongs. DH-Foolish Flight (Whittle) 2.90 3.00 2.50. OH-La Tia (Hedge) 3.20 2.40 2.80. Shuela (Parsons 3.50. OH Dead Heat Time: Victorian Jingle. Kissing Cup. Jokers Hill. Bold Balladier. Missy's Image also ran. Track Scratch: Leli Speed DAILY DOUBLE: Stellar Selection Foolish Stellar Selection La Tia S13.70 THIRD SI.500. Claining. 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs So long Fellas (Ray) 10.60 5.50 3.90, MissKaysuecon (Stadnyk) 5.20 4.70. Mult' Special (Parsons) 5.90. Time: Coa! Dust. Royal Attempt. Scarna's Fleet Boy. Rejected Romance. Duchess '-Jan. Vary's Fancy, forest Heiohts also 'an QUINELLA: 529.30. FOURTH S1.POO. claiming. 4 yea' clgs ana UP. 1 m'lG Juanyata dnda) 7 20 4 60 3.00. flag Reaction (Wiseman) 6.90 5.90. Samt Allan (Paisons) 3.20. Time: Tiger Tim. Kid Dynamite. May Trip. Winner Field. Barry T. Special Stock. Caesar Boy. FIFTH S2.200 claiming. 3 year olds. 6 furlongs. Play The Line (Ray) 11.20 5.10 4.30. Holly Race (Rasmussen) 3.80 3.60. Hillside Hero (McCauley) 3.50. Time: Carriageway. Cool Venture also ran. EXACTOR: S34.40. SIXTH claiming. 3 year olds. 6 furlongs. Hard Woodson (Giesbrecht) 12.30 6.50 3.90. Gol Dang (McCauley 5.6C i.OO. O'Bibi Asses (Whittle) 3.30. Time: Flying Eskimo. Miss County. Tip The Boss. Lissa's Deuces. Gallant Hawley. Unconvsntionabie also ran. SEVENTH S2.300 claiming. 4 year olds and up. 6 lurlonqs Gift Box 12.10 4.60 3.00. His World (Phelan) 3.40 2.60. Exnediate (Ir.da) 3.20. Time: Sneba s Shade. Double Way. Another Bomber. Jan's Sharon. Burgundy Lass also ran. EIGHTH claiming. 4 year c'ds and up. 6 furlongs tOHivsl 10.90 3 PD 3 40. Uncle Smoothie (Phelan) 2.90 Restless Willow (Campbell) 560. Time: R'jllamorn. River Hawk. Diddle. Brov.-n Fugni also ran. OUINELLAt San Diego Padres stopped Pittsburgh Pirates 9-8. Pitcher Steve Renko tripled home one run and scored an- other to lead Montreal over Cincinnati in a game called after eight innings because of rain. Rookie Barry Foote led off the third inning against Jack Billingham, 6-4, with his third homer of the year. Renko followed with a walk, moved to second on a sacrifice bunt by Ron Hunt and took third on Tim Foil's single. Willie Davis then slammed a line drive to centre field that Cesar Geronimo dropped in his haste to make a throw to the plate. Geronimo recovered to get Foli at second on a forceout, but Renko scored on the play. Geronimo hit his first homer of the year in the fifth inning to make it 2-1, but the Expos scored an insurance run in the seventh on a double by Bob Bailey and a two-out triple by Renko, the first triple of his career. Renko, 4-6, lasted until the eighth inning when he walked Pete Rose. Joe Morgan followed with a long drive that sent Ken Singleton back to the right field fence, but Singleton leaped and caught the ball above the fence, robbing Morgan of a homer. Chuck Taylor then came on to pitch for the Expos and, after a rain delay of 51 minutes, retired the Reds in the eighth. Rain halted play again in the top of the ninth, and the game was finally called. Joe Torre led off the llth in- ning with a home run into the left field pavilion at Dodger Stadium, helping St. Louis beat Los Angeles. After Torre's blast off re- liever Charlie Hough, 6-2. the Cardinals eventually added an insurance run on Jack Heide- mann's single. Cardinal reliever Orlando Pena, 4-0, was the winner. Horace Clarke delivered a run-scoring single with two out in the ninth inning, capping a wild five-run rally that lifted San Diego over Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh built an 8-0 lead through 7Vz innings, but starter Jim Rooker and a string of four-relief pitchers could not stave off the Padres, who rallied for four runs in the bottom of the eighth and then five in the ninth. Yes, you can go home Billy Martin finds out ASSOCIATED PRESS Billy Martin learned Monday night that yes, you can go home again. Martin, a crowd-pleaser in Detroit during his three years as manager of the Tigers, made his first appearance in Detroit as skipper of Texas Rangers Monday night and walked away with a 6-3 victory. He received an ovation from the Tiger Stadium crowd of when he took the lineup card to home plate before the game, and was also cheered loudly when he argued a pickoff call in the third inning. But in the eighth, when he went to the mound to make a pitching change, there were a few boos mixed in with the cheers. Martin said he was pleased by the reaction he received from the Tiger fans. "I don't know how other managers would Martin said, "but when you come back to the town you managed in and they cheer you like that, it really made me feel good." Elsewhere in the American League. Boston Red Sox beat Oakland A's 4-1. New York Yankees trimmed California Angels 7-5 and Minnesota Twins routed Baltimore Orioles 9-1. After leading the Tigers to the American League East Lacrosse Calgary Bawden Braves jumped to a 3-1 first period lead and hung on to defeat the Labor Club Lancers 12-9 in Alberta Intermediate Lacrosse League action over the weekend. Glen Newell and Ken Chenier paced the Calgary attack with three goals apiece while Larry Brown and Jack Frick added two each. Dave Sazalski and Pat Finn fired in a pair of goals for the Lancers while singles went to Richard Quon. Dave Jackson. Alberta Dodson. Francois DcCoste and Mike Jackson. The Braves also picked up nine of 14 minor penalties and a 10-minute misconduct. pennant in 1972, Martin was fired by Detroit general manager Jim Campbell last September. Shortly thereafter he signed a five-year contract to manage the Rangers, a young team which he has spurred into second place in the AL West, just two games behind Oakland. Martin contended that beating the Tigers meant nothing special to him. ''We've got to catch Oakland, and we've got to win games to do he said. Jim Spencer and Duke Sims drove in two runs apiece for Texas while Jackie Brown, 5- Local gals take honors The Lethbridge Junior Optimists girls' softball team travelled to Calgary last weekend, and came home with the championship trophy for the Calgary Ladies Softball Association Intermediate "A" invitational tournament. The locals bested eight other teams in the modified double knockout tourney. In their first game Saturday, they downed the defending champion Edmonton Calwood Juniors 6- 2 behind the two hit pitching of Sherry Gardin. Sonja Smeland had two singles and a double while Gardin belted a triple and a single for the Lethbridge team. Val Price tosses a four hitter and smacked a home run and single for the locals in a 6-1 triumph over Calgary Main Service Stars Sunday. Sue Gash added two singles for the Junior Optimists. In the championship final, the locals again faced Edmonton Calwood Once again Sherry Gardin was the winning pitcher, this time tossing a four hitter. Ev Daw led the 13 hit barrage against losing pitcher Judy Chorney with three singles.. Laurie Lynne Millar belted a triple and two singles. 2. and Steve Foucault combined to pitch the Rangers to their eighth victory in their last 11 games. The Rangers jumped on Joe Coleman, 6-7, for three runs in the first inning and two more in the fourth. Spencer singled in two runs in the first while former Tiger Sims belted a two-run homer in the fourth. The 17 hits by the-Rangers was their most in one game this year. Dwight Evans' three-run homer and Luis Tiant's stand- out pitching carried the Red Sox past the A's in a battle of division leaders. Lou Piniella drove in the winning run with an eighth- inning double and then scored on an insurance tally in the Yankees' triumph over California. Elliott Maddox walked and scored on Piniella's double into the left field corner. Bobby Murcer then brought Piniella home with a single. Murcer also drove in two runs in the second with a single. Minnesota scored five runs in the seventh inning and coasted to victory over the Orioles. Tony Oliva laced a two-run single and Bobby Darwin smacked a two-run triple in the inning. Minnesota starting pitcher Ray Corbin was removed from the game in the first inning after being struck on the pitching hand by a line drive. Fastball Wayne Shearer's third inning home run with one aboard provided the winning margin as the Picture Butte Rae Motors defeated Lethbridge Hotel Northstars 3-2 in Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball play Sunday at Picture Butte. Tom Tamura added a triple for Picture Butte. who managed only four hits off losing pitcher Ron Zasadny. However. Hartley Phillips was just a little better for the winners, giving up only three hits to the Northstars. Tom Beresnak and Jerry Small each had doubles in a losing cause. Equipment faulty, put in a substitute Goalies can no longer delay game MONTREAL Any player wearing tape "or any foreign material that cuts" who injures an opponent in a fight will be assessed a match penalty as in the past, but his team now must also play one man short lor 10 minutes. Morrison said the amendment "or any foreign material that was inserted because some players wear golf gloves to protect their hands against their hockey gloves and the golf glove is as dangerous as taped hands. END FACEOFF DELAYS Returning to the subject of speeded up games. Morrison said linesmen will be instructed to drop the pud: on faceof fs even if one centre after prior I'VE BEEN TELL RUSE. I POTTS THE OTHER DAY, SHE SAYS 'ER. FREO'S SEEN MADE MANAGER AT THE NICE YES. WkAT GETS ME is THAT I 'IM BEFORE I MET -1 COULD 'AVE SEEN LIVIN'ON STREET; OH, WELL, Vyou CAN'T WIN ALL, FLO Not much talent on hand for newest NHL franchises MONTREAL (CP) Wash- ington Capitals and Kansas City Scouts learned Monday rfight what meagre talent will be available to them in Wednesday's National Hockey League expansion draft. Meanwhile, Punch Imlach, general manager of Buffalo Sabres, is concerned about the one that got away from him in Monday's intra-league draft. The 16 existing NHL fran- chises filed their protected lists of 15 skaters and two goalkeepers for Wednesday's proceedings which will help stock the Scouts and Capitals for the 1974-75 season. The Scouts and Capitals will each be permitted to select two goaltenders and 22 skaters and none of the existing clubs will be able to lose more than three players each. Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Black Hawks, Boston Bruins and Los Angeles Kings will have the option of being exempt from the goalkeepers' draft, though it appears that Montreal, for one, will forego that exemption this time. The Canadiens have a surplus of goaltenders and it is felt the Scouts, who have first pick in the goalie draft, will choose Michel Plasse, Montreal's third-string netminder this season. This would enable the Cana- diens to fill with one of the players they left most likely defenceman John Van Boxmeer. Van Boxmeer. Claude Larose and Frank Mahovlich were the Canadiens cut adrift. Mahovlich is reported close to signing with Toronto Toros of the World Hockey Association. Toronto Maple Leafs left colorful forward Eddie Shack off their protected list while New York Rangers dropped veteran forwards Bobby Miners earn first win The Lethbridge Miners Rugby Club clicked for the first time this season and captured their intial victory over the weekend. After suffering losses in their first two games, the locals managed to put it all together to hand the Calgary Saints a sound 32-4 thrashing in Calgary Saturday. Don Hamilton and Barry Onkean paced the Miners' attack with two tries each while Doug Mundle and Ken Peterson chipped in with a try apiece. Doug Jacobson also added four converts for the Miners who will host the Calgary- Canucks in another league match at two o'clock at the Civic Centre Saturday. Rousseau and Bruce MacGregor and defenceman Ron Harris, a hero in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Philadelphia Flyers left three members of their Stanley Cup-winning squad up for grabs, including veteran defenceman Joe Watson. But the Scouts and Capitals are not likely to get much out of Wednesday's proceedings as most of the players available are either in the twilight of their careers or minor leaguers. Imlach attempted to select Walt McKechnie as Buffalo's first choice in the short intra- league proceedings. McKechnie had been picked up by New York Rangers from California Golden Seals after the Seals had chosen defenceman Jim Neilson from New York. Imlach's claim was dis- allowed by NHL president Clarence" Campbell but Imlach has decided to appeal Campbell's decision to the board of governors. "Why should New York be allowed to protect 19 Imlach said. Due to the expansion draft. this year's intra-league proceedings were conducted on a modified basis. No club could lose more than one player and the Rangers already had lost Neilson. Each selection cost the claiming club S40.000. STAMPEDE to Ranch Red Atco Ranch Red Steel Roofing and Siding 34" WIDE V RIB IN LENGTHS OF 8'. 10'. 12' only 83 per lineal foot at warning continues to delay petting set. Xo derision was taken on 1hc irce faceoff rule j suggested as a method of slopping goallenders and defenders freezing the puck In gain a breather. Sucri infractions already rail for a minor penalty. hut Morrison said enforcement is difficult. The rules committee will consider again later the frer iaceoff proposal, which would allow the offensive team the pud: in the faeeolf circle without opposition. The attacking would be required to pass rather than shoot. UNITED FARMERS IN LETHBRIDGE JUNE 12, 13f 14, 15, 1974 GREAT STEALS ON GALVANIZED STEEL TOO' 7WPER LINEAL FOOT 8'. 10'. 12'. 14', 16' LENGTHS ;