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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June 13, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Miners Fastball Club earns victory, tie against Gas City By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge Miners tuned up for their up-coming Calgary Major Men's Fastball League doubleheader with a victory and a tie in a pair of exhibition games against Medicine Hat Royals Wednesday night The Miners, who will host Minor the Calgary Mustangs for a pair of CMMFL tilts this weekend, took the opener at' Dave Elton Park with a 6-2 count and lollowed with a 3-3 stalemate. In the evening opener, the Miners managed only two hits off losing pitcher Jerry Rayner but were still able to defeat the visiting Royals handily The two clubs were deadlocked 1-1 after the first inning but the locals broke the tie with two runs in the third frame while adding three decisive runs in the fifth Mitch Mychasiuk led the Miners at the plate with a two- run triple while Dan Santoni ripped a run-scoring single. ball In Lakeside Little League play Wednesday, the Twins walloped the Red Sox as Neil Court had five hits in five trips to the plate He led a 20-hit attack against losing pitcher Jeff Hamilton with a home run. double, and three singles. Butch Bogden had four singles while Doug Winters added a homer and a double for the winners. Winters also fanned 12 and scattered five hits en route to the victory. Jeff Hamilton had a double, while John Higa poked two singles for the Red Sox. Dick Reedyk came up with another outstanding performance on the mound, striking out 15 as the Cubs slipped past the Cardinals 5-4 in Norcrest action The game went into extra innings after the teams were knotted at two runs apiece after six Reedyk also led the attack against loser 41 Blankenship. who struck out nine in a losing cause, with a home run Blankenship and Tom Heringer each had a double and a single for the Cards In a Norcrest Farm League encounter, the Wolves downed the Bobcats 19-15 with Dave Bodell smacking three doubles. Kelly MacLelland was credited with the victory while Ray Londeau took the loss The Buffaloes edged the Pumas 20-13 in another Norcrest Farm League tilt Dean Foggm was the winning chucker while Mike Valentmsein was tagged with the loss for the Pumas. Neil Walters struck out 15 and scattered five hits from the mound, and belted a home run and two singles from the plate as the Eagles doubled the score on the Blue Jays 10-5 in Lakeside Farm League action. Jon Glover added a double and two singles against losing pitcher Tim Jablonski. GEORGE SANTONI DARRYL LEAVITT Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Wednesday FIRST S1.500. claiming 3 year old maidens. 6 furlongs Risk 'N Hope (Watson) 19.70 5.00 330. Royal Handful (Barroby) 2.70 2 30 Nauti Nash (Phelan) 3 10 Time 1 15 Muck's Alibi. Win Garuda. Carevent lamme. Doolms Queen. Windy Venture also ran Track Scratch Jay Bee Quick SECOND S1 500. claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Fiendly Guy (Norris) 6 00 3 80 2 90. Bull Quartz (Sorenson) 13 60 5 90. Baha Tmda (Rycroft) 4 70 Time 1 13 Juniors play The Lethbridge Junior Miners, presently sporting a 3- 4 record in the Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League, will host the Highwood Juniors in a game beginning at 7-30 p.m Friday night at Henderson Park. This will mark the first time this season that the Miners have met the Highwood team, which operates out of High River. Then, on Sunday, the Junior Miners will play host to the Acme Pirates for a SAJBL doubleheader. The Miners split a doubleheader in Acme earlier this year, winning 7-5 and losing 15-10. Game times are set for and p.m. Stampeders sign two CALGARY (CP) Stampeders of the Western Football Conference today announced the signing of two new import offensive linemen. John Levanti of the University of Illinois, and Bill Powers of the University of Utah. Quad's Sue. Whataruler, Winking Princess Suntime Girl. Caroufer Tidy Force. Steel Slipper also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD S2.400. allowance. 3 year olds, six (Phelan) 520 310 300 Sante Fe King (Rasmussen) 3 20 3 00. Irish Ante (Shields) 4 70 Time 1 13 Forestry. Hadahoney County s Choice. Running Chief Royal Summer FOURTH S1 800. allowance. 2 year old maidens. 3Vz furlongs Goliath Jones (Watson) 5 90 2 40 2 40 Treasure Ahoy (McCauley) 2 20 2 20. Gallant Tmda (Beserra) 3 20 Time 40 Port Albi Bold Spin, Spirit Of London Quinuille also ran FIFTH SI 900. claiming. 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Hickory Staff (Giesbrecht) 1230 640 530 Frenesi (Gold) 4 30 3 30 Zev Baby (Shields) 3.30 Time 1 32 Perfect Host Haydn's Smoke Hey Joker Celtic Plot ror Rex also ran EXACTOR' S79.70. SIXTH S2.700 claiming. 4 year olds and up 1 mile County Doctor (Phelan) 99 10 2890 11 10. Rexequus (Gold) 640 4 90 Shield Of Hope (Pearson) 5 70 Time 1 40 Sundance Chief Brendakendan Royal Rouser. Rockm Ruler. Brown Marine Golden Compass Mister Stormy also ran SEVENTH S2.900. claiming. 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs New Governor (Sorenson) 5 30 3 00 2 60. Water Wagon (Kipling) 3 60 3 10 Carmengay (Inda) 500 Time Cindy s Km Emerald Lin Scotty George Mighty Admiral Fox Trot Paoa Hylo Ruler also ran EIGHTH S1 900 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 mile Pams Delight (Sorensen) 6090 23 60 9 40 Two PM (Barroby) 32 20 13 20 Goldcrest Champ (Inda) 6 70 Time 1'41 Color Me Luckv GogoMack nnga Whippet. Hot Quest Duke Denlre Fair Haydn. Big Saint also ran QUINELLA: George Santoni chalked up his sixth consecutive victory of the season tiring a two- hitter. His wins included league and exhibition matches. Meanwhile the Royals were a little sharper in the second encounter as they held the Miners to a 3-3 stalemate The Miners held a commanding 3-0 margin after three complete innings of play but the Royals came back with a single run in the fourth inning and two in the sixth to earn the draw. Darrell Leavitt went distance for the Miners allowing seven hits whik striking out three. Bob LeGoffe hurled for the Gas City crew giving up three hits while fanning eight. Corrido paced the Miners's three-hit attack with a double and single while Don Dietzen chipped in with a single. Painter paced the visitors with a triple and single while Wayne Hart belted a pair of doubles. Meanwhile the Miners will see action again this weekend as they play host to the Calgary Mustangs in a pair of CMMFL games. The opening tilt is slated for one o'clock Sunday afternoon while the second match will follow right after at Both games will be staged at the Dave Elton Park Handy Travel Items... the Way to Say First game Rovals Miners Second game Royals Miners 100 100 2 3 102 030 2 2 000 102 7 3 030 000 3 3 Argos sue TORONTO (CP) Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League (CFL) say they have launched legal action against defensive end Lou Ross who signed a 1974 contract with the Orlando Blazers of the World Football League. 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