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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGG HERALD Thursday, June 13, 1974 s gain ground on Dodgers Perry chalks up llth straight The ASSOCIATED PRESS Cleveland's Gaylord Perry dealt Chicago White Sox a six- hitter Wednesday night to win his 11th Consecutive victory of the season following an opening-day loss. White Sox' Wilbur Wood, who was a 1st) going for victory No. 11 got clubbed for eight runs in the fourth inning, a bombardment that enabled the Indians to breeze to a 10-1 romp. In other American League baseball games. Boston Red Sox beat Oakland A's 5-3. New York Yankees topped California Angels 6-4. Detroit Tigers trounced Texas Rangers 7-0. Baltimore Oilers edged Minnesota Twins 4-.'i and Kansas City Royals clipped Milwaukee Brewers 4- ;i in innings. "He's still a hel! of a pitcher." Perry said of Wood. knows better than 1 that he beat us eight times in a row." Hut now it's Perry who's beating everybody. take a great deal of pride trying to finish what 1 start out there." Perry said. "When you get a big lead, there's a tendency to relax. I was really bearing down in the late in- nings, especially against their big hitters." Mario Guerrero drove in three Boston runs, two of them with an eighth-inning tic-breaking single, to beat Oakland and give the Red Sox their eighth victory in the last II games. Singles by Rico Petrocelli and Dwight Kvans and a walk loaded the bases and set up Guerrero's decisive hit. Elliott Maddox's two-run double started a four-run fourth that carried the Yankees past California. Fernando Gonzalez and Jim Mason singled before Maddox put New York ahead 3-2 with his liner up the left-centre field alley. A walk, a wild pitch. Bobby Murcer's sacrifice flv and Bill Sudakis' Announcing Dunlop Ford's Winner of a Trip for two to Hawaii Pictured above are the lucky winners Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dancek and family of Pincher Creek, Alberta, being congratulated by Lyndon D. Foster, General Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford at left. At the right is Jack Archer the selling salesman who sold Mr. and Mrs. Dancek a new 1974 Gran Torino Squire Wagon. This prize was for a recent contest held by Duniop Ford Sales Ltd., who wish the lucky winners a happy trip. single produced two more runs. Atlanta Braves would love to match Los Angeles Dodgers' record. But they may have to be content just matching their style of play. playing Dodger baseball." said Carl Morton, who was the pitching survivor in a duel Wednesday with New York Mets' Harry Parker. "Good defence, great bullpen, bunting and managing to get two or three runs and win." The Braves squeezed by the Mets 1-0 for their fifth victory in six games and 19th in their last 26. but are still running far behind the pace-setting Dodgers in the National League West. Even though Los Angeles dropped a 6-3 decision to St. Louis Cardinals, third-place Atlanta is eight games behind the Dodgers. Elsewhere in the NL. Chicago Cubs defeated San Francisco Giants 10-1: Cincinnati Reds downed Montreal Expos 3-1: Philadelphia Phillies blanked Houston Astros 3-0. and San Diego Padres beat Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2. Bud Harrelson. Mets' short- stop, was struck on the right hand by a Morton pitch in the first inning. Doctors diagnosed the injury as a non- displaced fracture and he will be out four to six weeks. Philadelphia's Steve Carlton. the 1972 Cy Young Award winner, who had a mediocre year in "73. pitched his eighth straight complete game for the Phillies, in first place in the NL East. Carlton. 9-4. fired a five- hitter against the Astros, struck out eight and walked three. Clay Carroll relieved Clay Kirby and together they molded Cincinnati's victory over the Expos. Kirby scattered eight hits before Carroll relieved in the ninth. Anniversary of elegance our low price 9950 our sale price 8640 96so 10925 _jii itrr From the quality men's suiting establish- ment, an exceptional offering: four price ranges of suits drastically reduced in price. We can do this because, you see. we cus- tom tailor your suit ourselves. This opportunity for you to save on your wardrobe without sacrificing on quality is for a limited time only. The last of our Corduroy Jackets Reg. 38.50 CLEARING AT 23.95 Stock Suits Reg. So 99 50 CLEARING AT 59.5O Men's Blazers Reg CLEARING AT 45.OO ICHARGEX ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN Suiting the man-of-the-world v, Jumps over Montreal Expos' Jim Cox jumps over the sliding Montreal. The double play didn't help much as the Ceasar Geronimo of the Cincinnati Reds to complete Expos suffered a 3-1 decision to the Reds, a double play in the third inning Wednesday in Sanderson already putting on the charm MONTREAL (CP) Derek Sanderson never was a popular visiting player at Madison Square Gardens so it may be interesting to see how New York fans will react to the controversial centre now- thai he is a member of the Rangers. The Rangers acquired Sand- erson from Boston Bruins in a National Hookey League deal Wednesday that sent centre Walt McKeehnie to the Bruins. McKeehnie had been picked up by New York Monday in the intra-league draft. "I hope to win over those New York fans." Sanderson said. "They once called me a faggot. "I hope this is the last stop I make. I'd like to play at least seven or eight years in New- York. This is it for me. If I don't make it in New York. it's all over." Sanderson's 1973-74 hockey season ended March 10 after he fought with team-mate Terry O'Reilly while the Bruins were in Oakland to play California Golden Seals. When the Bruins returned to Boston, it was announced that Sanderson had been suspended for the rest of the year. Sanderson had rejoined the Lethbridge marksmen score at Willow Valley Rick Kucheran of Lethbridge shared top honors with Lloyd Dunk of Warner at the Annual Willow Valley Trophy shoot held at the Lynch-Starnton ranch near Lundbreck. Kucheran and Dunk fired identical aggregate scores of 72 -7X. which marked the first time in the 22 year history of the competition that resorting to the X ring count failed to decide the winner. Eighty shooters from Southern" and Central Alberta participated throughout the day and had nearly ideal conditions for the event. Other Lethbridge marksmen who appeared in the winner's circle were Kerwin Kotkas. who won his second straight Junior event, and Bob Hobbs Sr... who won both the Pop Up target and the 150 Iron Sight events. Evelyn LeffingweU and Verna Whitney teamed with Helen Arndt of Taber to take the women's team event. The Taber "Sodbusters" team set a new record of 595 x 600 in the four position event. The team, consisting of Bud and Ben Schmidt. John Morgan. Charlie Arndt. and Ron Hutchinson, lost only one point per man in setting new Willow Valley and Alberta records for the event. Bruins in the second hal! the 1972-73 season. He had jumped to delphia of the Worm Hockey Association but ap- peared in only eight games in the first half of the 1972-73 son. His contract with Blazers eventually was settled, paving the way for his return to Boston. HAD RUN-INS Sanderson and B e p Guidohn. who left the Bruins after the 1973-74 season to coach Kansas City Scouts, one of two new expansion clubs, had several run-ins. "1 was unhappy with the Bruins." Sanderson said. "I wasn't playing and I wanted to play. I don't like sitting on the bench." He said the Bruins will regret they traded him "more than any other move they've' made in the past 10 years." Sanderson said he was not worried about the fact that the Rangers had three good centres in Walt Tkaczuk. Peter Stemkowski and Jean Ratelle. Complete Car Care BRAKERHINE CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-8021 DISC OR DRUM Your car's brakes need regular check-ups, i hey may need relining right now. Trust the job to your Esso Complete Car Care retailer. HERE'S WHAT YOU GET FOR THIS ONE PRICE: FOR CARS WITH FOR CARS WITH FRONT DISC BRAKES DRUM BRAKES Disassemble and exam- ine wheels, drum shoes. springs and adjusting mechanism Examine wheel cylinder Inspect and measure all brake drums Clean and lubricate backing plates Inspect brake shoe return springs Labour tor installing linings Clean and lubricate adjusting mechanism Inspect front rear wheel seals Examine master cylinder Adjust brakes Check power cylinder Check brake lights Final quality control test You pay no more than price quoted at Esso Complete Car Care Retailers. OFFER GOOD UNTIL JUNE 21 WHEREVER YOU SEE THIS SIGN. "We know how much you depend on your car." you' ES.S.O or Charger f.fftfl11 r wl Ail is gijaranised it 000 As.'' 1rv rfels'ls Remove 4 wheels Check discs for runout, excessive stress and wear. Labour for installing pads Re-assemble calipers and check caliper alignment Remove rear drums, inspect lining condition and wheel cylinders. inspect and measure drum Labour IOT installing Jinings. Assemble drums and wheels Check master cylinder. Check brake lights. Final quality control test. LABOUR ONLY TRA MOST CARS ;