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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LtTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 15, 1974 YESI we are accepting registrations for CHRISTMAS BOOKINGS TO HAWAII no dtpotll required ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports LETHBRIOGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 320-7411 ADDING MACHINES Jr. Miners host league leaders Sunday Petrunia, Hamilton lead way By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer Two players broke out of slumps Friday night and led the Lethbridge Junior Miners to an impressive 14-4 triumph over the Highwood Juniors in a Southern GREG HAMILTON JON PETRUNIA Alberta Junior Baseball League game at Henderson Park. Jon Petrunia, whose control problems sent him to an early shower in his last two starts, found the range and went the distance on the mound for the locals. Meanwhile, Greg Hamilton forgot about the fences and met the ball for three singles to drive in four Miner runs. New sporting a 4-4 season record, the Miners will host the league-leading Acme Pirates for a doubleheader Sunday at Henderson Park. The locals, who split a doubleheader in Acme earlier this year, will be attempting to push their record over the .500 mark for the first time this season. In Friday's contest, Petrunia was outstanding most of the way, although he got in trouble twice, loading I f eel it UNIROYAL STEEL BELTED RADIALS Jni says: 'You can actually feel the difference.. jetween Uniroyal Steel Belted Hadials and regular bias-ply tires." Says Roy: "You feel it stopping, starting, turning, even in wet weather and on bad roads. They're for stopping, cornering, sasy handling, wear, puncture resis- ,ance, bad roads and bad weather." UNIROYAL These Uniroyals have flexible sidewalls. to help keep more tread on the road. And save gas. too. They'll actually change Jhe way your car behaves. the bases with only one out. In the third inning, he walked in two runs before retiring the last batter, but coach Doug Frier stuck with him and he went on to strike out 13 Highwood batters in the nine innings. "Jon needed this said Frier. "He's been having some control problems and he tended to let up and throw easy ones when he got in trouble." "But tonight, I stuck with him and he just got stronger as the game went on." Meanwhile, Hamilton's first hit of the game drove in two runs and sparked a four-run fourth inning which put the Miners ahead to stay. Jim McLellan added three singles while Dennis Hatt belted a double off Highwood pitchers Craig Handle and Mark Lomenda. Lomenda struck out nine Junior Miners in four innings of relief throwing, but the locals still tagged him for seven runs and 11 hits. The Miners could move into first place with a pair of wins Sunday, but coach Frier warns that the Pirates have quite a ballclub. "They can really he says. "And not just one or two of them either." "They're all farm boys, and they just stand in there and swing away." However, pitching similar to Petrunia "s effort last night should give the Pirate swingers something to think about. Fier expects to start either Allan Korth or Stu Dow in the p.m. opener. The mound assignment for the nightcap will depend on the outcome of the afternoon game. Fly Balls Over 100 fans were out to enjoy the baseball and the beautiful weather Frier was able to use almost all of his players once the Miners broke the contest open Sparks flew in the eighth inning when Highwood catcher Roy Widney gave Brian Veres a solid jolt as he crossed home plate Veres was ejected from the contest. fortunately for the Miners, the issue was no longer in doubt at that time. Highwood 002 000 4 63 Miners 111 431 14 3 Randle Lomenda (4) and Robinson. Widney Petrunia (2-1) and Hamilton. Roberts leads MEDINA. Ohio (AP) Sue Roberts, winless in six Ladies Professional Golf Association seasons, carved out a three- under-par 69 Friday for a one- shot lead over JoAnne Garner in the S42.500 Medina Open. "I was just very consistent." the 25-year-old leader from Columbus. Ohio, said after her three-birdie first round. Roberts, whose best finish has been a fourth place, has won less than this year and stands 38th on the 1974 money winning list. Carner. winner of three of the last four LPGA tour stops, wheeled into threatening posi- tion with a 70. Four players. Murle Breer. Lenore Beserra. Pam Barnett and Gloria Ehret. were dead- locked for third place with 71s. Sandra Post, formerly of Oakville. Ont.. and Sandra Haynie matched par at 72. Roberts needed only 30 putts, including three from four feet or less for her birdies on 10. 14 and 15. Most of the game's big names were back in the pack. Kirk's LETHBRIDGE 16213rt Aw.S. Pbom 327-5985 TABER 6201 50th Aw. PhOM 223-3441 CALGARY 1210 45111 Aw. H.E. Phone 276-5344 DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-0821 HI Ui IKOKTH Tollestrup hoops 18 VICTORIA (CP) CanacU scored a second successive sweep over the People's Republic of China it exhibition basketball Friday night. The Canadian women came from behind for a 54-53 victory and the Canadian men completely dominated their game on the way to a 96-61 decision before about spectators. The Canadians opened the cross country tour in Vancouver on Thursday by downing the Chinese 96-90 in the men's contest and 69-66 in the women's. Pat Tatham of University of Waterloo scored the winning basket about 15 seconds remaining, giving the Canadians the victory. Liz Silcott. a Quebec native attending the University of British Columbia, topped the Canadians with 15 points, 13 in the last half. Angie Johnson of the University of Winnipeg contributed 13 points, helping the Canadians overcome a 31- 23 half time deficit with eight second half points. Chu Chi-Hui had 16 points for the visitors. Mike Moser of University of Waterloo scored 28 points for the Canadians. 10 more than Phil Tollestrup of University of Lethbridge. Huang Pin-Chieh had 16 for China. The Canadians held a 42-31 lead at the half. OUT OF HOSPITAL PITTSBURGH (AP) Pittsburgh Pirate pitcher Bob Moose was released Friday from Presbyterian Hospital where he underwent a May 30 Watch your head An erratic throw almost got away from the first baseman in Alberta Junior operation for removal of a blood clot from his trowing shoulder. Moose has been Baseball League action Friday. placed on the disabled list. Suitor directs feature winner Barbara Suitor, a strong challenger for jockey honors at the Spring Race Meet at Whoop-Up Downs, impressed Friday's gathering as she took Fire Line to the front early and romped to victory in the seventh race. The seventh just happened to be the Lethbridge Jaycee Purse, the feature. Suitor and Fire Line, owned and trained by Stan Marks of Lomond, stayed bunched with the pack the first time past the grandstand. They moved into a two-length lead as the field past the grandstand for the second time and then won it going away with Hasty Beau closing stong in the second place ahead of Who's Laughing. While Suitor earned a victory in the featured race Herb McJVally. injured earlier in the meet, came up with three wins Friday and just missed fourth. McNally won the first half of the daily double on Princess Gracie in the first race. lit was second on Tizza Brother in the second as Flying Exit combined with Princess Gracie for a double. McNally then proceeded to win the third race, on Prerequisite and the fourth atop Threatin Jet. Prerequisite and Dreamin Demon, ridden by Betty Dunham, paid a quinella of The quinella on the eighth race was worth as Mister Go Lucky won followed by Majestic Rule. The exactor paid as Money Charger was first and Mr. Rideabout second. Post time for today's final races was at two with 10 races on tap. Fits! S500. allowance. 3.4 and 5 year olds. 5 furlongs Princess Greasy (McNally} 5. TO 260 6.40 Capasm (Boogs) 2.-SO 2 30 New Tradition 3 40 59 3-5 Hi Heavenly Wlin. Turning Slue also ran. Second claiming. 3 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Flying 14.80 7.30 4 90 Brother (McMally) 5.90 5 30 Busier Kid (Su'lor'l 4 20 Time :59 2-5 College Coufil. Tapparalus. Ta Tayel. Bomb Again. Pine Belle also ran Daily DoUbta 40 TWltJ claiming, 3 year olds snrj up. 7 furlongs Prerequisite CMcNally) 5.10 3 10 2 30 Dreamin Demon (Jsnssrn) 3.50 3 DO Men Class (Tobacco) 3.30 Time 1-5 Wlisier Bountiful. John Never In. Two Penny Mist also ran Oulmflc Fourth quarter horses, 3 lurlonqs Threatin Jel (McWally) 4.50 2 60 Shadow (Boggsi 5 00 2.70 Whistler Be Fast (Clark) 2.30 Time :37 4-5 Sorrel Hummer. Sorrel Nibs. Rambleon Leo also ran Fifth S500. claiming. 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs Money Charger (McGhie) 3.30 3.00 2.60 Mr. Rideabout (Bourne) 7.10 4.50 Ruby Petite (Jeffries) 3.50 Time 1-5 Sky Fire. Wynscope. Slight To Shannon. Sympaoe. also ran. Exactor: 520.50 Sixth S500. claiming. 3 year olds and up. 7 furlongs Big Bambi (Clark) 6.30 2.90 2.70 Maris Pass (Suitor) 10.20 4.50 Angie Sue (Boggs) 3.10 Time 2-5 Swishaway. Whirlagale. Setyoursights. Gypsys Freedom. Kokua also ran. Seventh S900. claiming. 3 year olds and up. 1 1-16 mile Fire Line (Suitor) 4.30 2.80 2.20 Hasty Beau (Clark) 3.10 2.20 Who's Laughing (Boggs) 2.30 Time Nipawim. and Magansir also ran. Eighth S500. allowance. 3. 4 and 5 year olds. 7 furlongs Mister Go Lucky (Bourne) 22.80 6.70 3.20 Majestic Rule (Boggs) 2.80 2.40 Cramp's Delight (McNally) 3.00 Time 2-5 Neds Delight. Noralta Midge. Fire Cracker, and Chocolate Miss also Quinella. 60 Minor soccer There was lots of action this past week in the Lethbridge Minor Soccer Association with five games being played in three divisions. In the Mites Division, the Royals downed the Queen's Pizza team 6-2 while Green's Pop Shop bombed the Cougars 9-0. One game in Bantam play saw the Fiorino Rovers shut out Lethbridge Miners Library 1-0. The Taber Road Runners slipped past the Lethbridge Elks 2-1 in Pee Wee action while Lethbridge Celtic whipped the Rangers 9-1. Following are the standings to date for the LMSA. MITES ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Philadelphia ___ 32 St. Louis 30 Montreal 26 Chicago 24 New York 23 Pittsburgh 22 West Los Angeles ._. 43 Cincinnati 34 Atlanta 28 28 27 31 35 34 19 24 26 31 33 GBL .533 .517 1 .491 2'i .436 5Vr .397 8 .393 8 .694 .586 7 .567 8 500 12 .484 13 .394 LEAGUE East W Boston 26 28 31 29 29 28 28 28 29 28 34 .559 .509 ,500 .500 .500 .500 533 .517 ,517 .481 .443 3 3'.-3'i 3'., 1 1 3 5'.-5'-.- New York Baltimore Detroit Milwaukee Oakland Kansas City Texas Chicago California Minnesota 29 31 29 29 28 West ...32 30 31 26 27 Houston San Francisco San Diego 31 FRIDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 000 000 9 0 Atlanta 011 002 10 0 Gibson Foster Richer! Pena (8) and Simmons: Harrison (5-7) and Dates. HRs: Aaron LOS Angeles 010 001 9 0 New York 000 000 6 2 John Marshall (9) and Yeager: Matlack McGraw (9) and Grote. HR: Philadelphia 011 020 7 2 Cincinnati 016 000 13 0 Schueler Farmer Scarce Twitchell (8) and Boone: Gullet! (7-3) and Bench. HRs: (2) Houston 012 400 11 1 Chicago 107 000 13 0 Roberts (5-7) Johnson (3) York (3) Osteen (4) Forsch (8) Cosgrove (8) and Edwards; Hooton. Todd (4) (1-0) Pina (9) and Swisher. HR: San Francisco 001 001 4 2 Pittsburgh 010 030 10 2 Bryant Sosa (6) and Rader. Ellis (3-5) and Sanauillen. HRs San Diego 013 010 7 0 Montreal 002 000 110-4 9 0 Spillner. Hardy Tomlm Romo Jones <8) and Barton: McAnally Walker (7) Montague 191 and Humphrey. Stinson HRs: 17) FRIDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota 007 010 16 0 Cleveland 000 011 5 1 Decker (7-4) and Borgmann: Johnson Sanders Buskey Wilcox (9) and Duncan. HRs: Mm Soderholm Cle-Spikes I9i Duncan Kansas City 100 120 9 Detroit 201 000 000-3 8 C Busby (8-6) and Healy: LaGrow (5- Walker (81. Ray (8) and Moses HRs: McRae (8: Chicago 100 000 5 0 Baltimore 000 000 02x-2 5 0 Pitlock. Forster 18) (3-5) and Herrmann: Grimsley (6-7) ancl Elchebarren. Milwaukee 000 001 10 Texas 000 113 12 Kobe! Sprague 161 ars Porter: Bibby Foucault (6) ancl Sundberq New York 032 000 10 0 Oakland 000 100 6 2 Tidrow (5-5) and Munson HolUman Lmdblad (5) and Tenace. HR: Boston 000 100 002 000 000-3 82 California 000 300 000 000 001-4 11 1 Taanl (8-6iand Fist; Ryan. Rariano (1-0) and HR IS) Green's Pop Shop Ousen's Pizza PEE' WEE Taber R. Runners Le1h. Celtic Lelh. Elks Rangers BANTAM Finrino Rovers Miners Library T after Vultures W 2 -.3 1 0 5 3 1 0 3 2 0 T 3 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Ptt. 7 7 4 2 10 7 3 6 4 '0 BACK DISC REMOVED ANAHEIM (AP) Pitcher Bill Singer of California Angels had successful surgery Friday to remove the ruptured lumbar disc in his lower back, the American Leapue team said. DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Sales and Service 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-6886 or 3274445 ;