Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, June 19, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'EUUO TMERE, SILLY- 'ow's MARRIED GREAT, ANDY. MY LIVIN1 WITH US ALL ALONG 1 OUR 'OME LIFE 19 IDEAL. AS A MATTER OF FACT I CONSIDER 'ER A VERY WOMAN THAT'S WHAT THIN KIN, ANDY- D'YER RECKON I SHOULD SEE SOMEBODY ABOUT IT Pittsburgh's Dave Ciusti isn't sure he wants it From bullpen to starting lineup? ASSOCIATED PRESS Pittsburgh Pirates' starting rotation is a nice place to visit but Ddve Giusti wouldn't want to live there "You get used to the pace in Hockey agents upset officials SASKATOON (CP) The question of underage players signing contracts is among chief items to be discussed at the Western Canada Hockey League meeting, which opens in Victoria Thursday, Ed Chvnoweth league president, said today Chvnoweth, in a prepared statement, said top priority for discussion will be the drafting and signing of underage players, the dominance of player agents in hockey today a new agreement with professional hockey and possible expansion in the WCHL The WCHL president said his league is against the drafting and signing of 17- and 18-year-old players and he is confident the position of the board of governors will be one of either being prepared to go to court or putting such a high price tag on these underages that the NHL and WHA will only want them if they are ex- ceptional There is also concern about player agents combing the country trying to sign players to a contract that gives the agent the right to represent the boy in professional negotiations, he said He said he was not against a boy being represented bv an agent but the time has come when the agent should be prepared to put something back into the club that developed the boy in the first place The agreement the Canadian Amatuer Hockey Association (C4JHA) had with the NHL and WHA was only for the 1974 draft and I can assure you that our position in future agreements will be much stronger and in fact we may have to go without an agreement, sign our players to a contract and be prepared to take the NHL or WHA to court if they are not prepared to pav us development money when they draft and-sign one of our players said Chynoweth Chvnoweth said he expects to receive a franchise application from Thunder Bay Joe Frazier is better than ever? NEW YORK (AP) Boxing observers welcomed the return of the old Joe Frazier after the former heavyweight champion scored an im- pressive fifth-round technical knockout against Jerry Quarry Monday night But don't try to tell Quarry's manager, Gil Clan- cy that his boxer got beaten by the old Frazier "I thought the fighter we saw last night was better than the old Clancy said Tuesday "I IF flatly predict right now that no matter who wins the fight in Zaire in September, Muhammad Ah or George Foreman, Joe Frazier will be heavyweight champion again Frazier, resplendent in a baby blue jump suit and floppy white hat smiled when asked if his battering of Quarry proved that he had overcome recent losses to Foreman and All 'Who else you gonna test me with9" he replied Manager Eddie Futch in- dicated that Frazier's next fight might not be against the winner of the Zaire bout Vets welcome lo use gear OTTAWA (CP) Contrary to an agree- ment reached Monday bv the Canadian Foot- ball League, Ottawa Rough Riders have decided to allow veteran players to use club facilities and equipment in preparation for the June 26 all star game In a nine way telephone conversation Monday the nine CFL clubs agreed to withhold facilities and gear from the league veterans who voluntarily retired as of this week to avoid attending training camps until a contract dispute is settled In an announcement Tuesday, Frank Clair, general manager of Riders said Ottawa will continue to co operate with the CFL Players Association in efforts to make the all star game a success Following the league agreement Monday to withhold equipment from its veteran players the Ottawa club announced that the Rough Riders would have to vacate Lan- sdowne Park site of the all star game and also stop using the team s equipment However, the players learned later that the Riders have no lease on Lansdowne Park for this year The lease still is being negotiated with the city and the players were told thev could make use of a practice field there TM AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE OUR FINEST 4 PLY POLYESTER CORD TIRES WHITEWAUS A78 SALE SALE PRICE A78 1 3 E78 F78 4 G78 ALL SIZES WHITEWALLS NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED NO CHARGE FOR TIRE MOUNTING MILEAGE GUARANTEED FRONT-END ALIGNMENT !88 T.-i" A me neon For s1eenng oni? longer 1uc wear1 lei our expert mechanics cd- just comber 1oc and re pacfc outer "front -wheel becnnqj CHAMPION, LITE OR AC SPARK PLUGS .69 Plugt 89 SHOCK ABSORBERS CUSTOM BATTERIES ONE LOW PRICE FOR MOST COMPACT, MEDI- UM ft STANDARD NORTH AMERICAN CARS 2-1394 INSTALLED For Mott North Amencon Con Restore new cor ride' Pcploce Irioie worn shockl wrth our origmol equipment quolity obsorbm for improved stability orid nding comfort. 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there ior more than a few the veteran relief ace said Tuesday night after making his first start since 1970 and blanking Los Angeles Dodgers for seven innings in a 2-0 National League baseball vic- tory Houston's Mike Cosgrove would like to follow in Giusti's footsteps or at least the path Giusti made when he made 113 starts for the Astros in 1965-68 before he was traded first to Si Louis and then to Pitt- sburgh I would like to think I've earned a starling assignmenl, bul I don'l Ihmk the voung lefl-hander said afler relieving Dave Roberts with one out in the first inning and holding Philadelphia Phillies to a pair of bunt singles the resl of the way in Houston's 1- 0 triumph Elsewhere in the National League Montreal Expos edg- ed Cincinnati Reds 2-1, Atlanta Braves trounced New York Mets 6-1, St Louis Car- dinals blanked San Francisco Giants 3-0 and San Diego Padres whipped the Chicago Cubs 9-4 Giusti. who had made 255 relief appearances since his only Pirate start in 1970, was pressed into service when Larry Demery came up with a pulled leg muscle He predicted to limit the Dodgers to five hits over Twins' pitching is great, just ask Orioles' Grich THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Against Minnesota Twins, hitting home runs was as easy as one-two-three for Bobby Grich "I hope the Twins stay around a Grich said after getting three homers and driving in six runs in Baltimore Orioles' 10-1 American League baseball win Tuesday night Grich. who beat the Twins with a home run Monday night hit a three-run homer in the third inning, a bases- empty homer in the fifth and a two-run drive in the seventh Tuesday The infielder had a chance to tie the major league record of four in a game, but ground- ed out in the eighth inning 'I was going for it Grich said All I had in my mind was to hit as hard as I could The three homers gave Grich 11 for the season A new style in the batter's box has given him new-found power CHANGES STANCE I changed my stance and my swing to hit more home runs here (Baltimore Memorial said Grich The alleys are just too far unless you re a Dick Allen or someone like that You have to pull the ball here if you expect to hit home runs and that s what I m trying to do' In other games, Chicago White Sox beat Cleveland In- dians 7 3, Kansas City Royals blanked Milwaukee Bewers 7- 0 in the first game of a twi- mght doubleheader before the second game was rained out, Texas Rangers defeated Detroit Tigers 6-0, California Angels beat New York Yankees 3-0 and Boston Red Sox trimmed Oakland A's 6-1 Grich s first homer off Joe Decker. 7-5. put the Orioles ahead 5 1 Grich followed that with a line shot off Decker Then he clouted a two-run homer off Tom Burgmeier in the seventh, giving him four homers in a span of five times at bat It was the first time that a Baltimore player has hit three homers m Memorial Stadium Tommy Davis drove in two runs for the Orioles, one on his fourth homer to help Ross Gnmsley even his record at 7- 7 Jim Kaat backed by two home runs each from Dick Al- len and Jorge Orta, got his 200th major-league career vic- torv with a nine-hitter in Chi- cago s victory Kaat 6-6, who spent most of his 13 American League seasons with the Minnesota Twins joined the White Sox in "1972 The triumph improved his lifetime mark to 200-166 He gave up his first run the game in the seventh when George Hendnck hit his eighth homer of the season Hendnck hit his second homer of the game a solo smash in the ninth Paul Sphttorff pitched a two-hitter and Amos Otis and John Mayberry hit home runs to lead Kansas City Bob Coluccion lined Spht- torff s first pitch of the game to right field for a single Sphttorff 7-6 then retired the next 21 Brewers in order until walking Don Money leading off the eighth inning Rob Ellis collected the Brewers second hit with a single in the eighth Jim Bibbv 10-8, fired a two- hitter for Texas He struck out seven in tvmg the Rangers record for most victories m a season a mark he now shares with Rich Hand who was 10-14 in 1972 NEEDS SURGERY BOSTON (AP) Defenceman Darryl Edestrand of Boston Bruins will undergo surgery in London. Ont Friday to repair cartilage and ligament in his knee The National Hockey League club said Edestrand was expected to be fully recovered in time for the opening of the Bruins training of mp Sept 15 seven innings as the Pirates stretched their longest winn- ing streak of the season to five games Bruce Kison pitched the eighth and then needed help irom Daryl Patterson in the ninth Lob Angeles Tomrm John 10-2, had his win strpak snapped at five games It s been a Jong time since I pitched well said Giusti who now has a 2-2 record tms season "I ve been very sporad'c I d pitch well in one game and then have two bad outings He 11 only start again in an emergencv said manager Dannv Murtaugh ROBERTS HURT Cosgrove meanwhile was relaxing in Houston s bullpen when Roberts pulled a shoulder muscle with runners at first and third and one out in the first inning Cosgrove worked out the first-inning jam and allowed onlv the two bunt hits and four walks the rest of the The Astros got the game s onh run in the second inning on Tommv Helms homer Jim Cox led off the ninth in- ning against Clay Kirby with his second major league home run and Ernie McAnalh hurl- ed a two-hitter for Montreal DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE STREET NORTH BUY-RITES' SUMMER SUIT SELL-OUT ALL SUITS MUST BE SOLD 1RACK all English worsted. tall, regular Reg. to SUITS COMPLETE With 2 pair Pants Sizes 39 to 46, regular, tall WHIU OUUWTITItS 1 GROUP 42 to 46 all English worsted Reg. 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