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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LETHBRIOGE HERALD Saturday, June 22, 19.4 YES! we are accepting registrations for CHRISTMAS BOOKINGS TO HAWAII no deposit required ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Mets, Phillies exchange rooms THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ISew York Mets the defend- ing 'National League cham pions who now reside in the Eastern basement took on Philadelphia Phillies, who owned the cellar a year ago but now have the keys to the penthouse The Mets made five three in one in- a slapstick colli- sion in the ninth inning with IN STOCK NOW 10 Speed Bicycles AT Bert Mac's Cycle "Where Sales are Backed by Service" All bicycles are prop- erly assembled, set-up and equipped with a kick stand and serviced with a 90-day free adjustment policy and a 6 month parts and labor warrant- ty- From JAPAN APOLLOS BRC's ELIMINATORS SEKINES MONSHEES M95 From CANADA CCM is AS LOW AS M25 From FRANCE PEUGEOTS MOTOBECENE AS LOW AS 114 95 From ENGLAND RALEIGH -GRAND PRIX AS LOW AS 119 95 See Us Also For FOLD-UP BICYCLES BICYCLES BUILT FOR TWO BIKE EXCERCISERS COME IN AND SEE "FLASHY" The new Mult 3-whMl bi- cycle, 5 and large car- rier FLASHY SAYS: "No one a loo old to ride a bicycle OVER Adult bicycles in stock including 3, 5, 10 and 15 speed. CCM JUNIOR 10 SPEEDS 24-Wheels 12 Only QQ95 Special to clear v 9 Just Arrived BIKE CARRYING RACKS The tdeal way lo carry 2 bikes on the back ol your 14 Bert Mac's Cycle Ltd. Your complete bike quarters rn South Alberta 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAYS OPEN DAILY a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. OPEN A TOTAL OF HOURS A WEEK TO SERVE YOU Bering South Albena for Cver 35 Years the game on the line and lost their ace pitcher But they still managed to win 3-1 Fri- day night In other games Chicago Cubs edged Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2, Atlanta Braves moped Cincinnati Reds 1-0 Houston Astros topped San Diego Padres 2-0 Los Angeles Dodgers downed San Fran- cisco Giants 4-3 and St Louis Cardinals beat Montreal Ex- pos 5-1 The Mets lost starter Tom Seaver because of a back ail- ment but they got back Tug McGraw who made his first game-saving appearance since coming off the disabled list 12 days ago I forgot how nervous a guy could get out there, said McGraw idled May 16 with a muscle sprain in his back John Milner of the Mets hit his 10th and llth homers of the season solo shots off Steve Carlton in the fourth and sixth innings and Rusty Staub hit his 10th homer off Mac Scarce in the eighth Jerry Morales game-tying homer in the fourth inning and tie breaking single in the sev- enth carried the Cubs past Pittsburgh Winner Steve Stone struck out 10 Willie Stargell three giving way in the eighth to Oscar Zamora, who gave up Stargell s 14th homer Tom House the Braves relief pitcher replaced starter Carl Morton with two out and two on in the ninth inn ing and loaded the bases by walking Joe Morgan But the Reds shot at a tie died when Johnnv Bench fhed out Henry Aaron doubted in the seventh inning and scored on Frank Tepedmo s bases loaded grounder for the game s onlv run Larrv Dierker 5-3 doubled to set up one of the Astros runs and teamed with Fred Scherman on a four-hitter that beat San Diego The Dodgers silenced for seven innings by Randy Mof- fitt getting his first major league start scored three runs in the eighth inning to tie San Francisco then beat the Giants on Bill Buckner s leadoff homer in the 10th Ted Simmons drove in three runs one with a tie breaking single m the fifth inning, to give Sonny Siebert and the Cards their victory over Montreal and draw St Louis within half a game of the Phils in the East Siebert opened the fifth with a single advanced on a walk and scored on Simmons hit St Louis put the game away with three runs in the seventh two on Simmons single Juniors play The Lethbridge Junior Miners will attempt to im- prove on their 4-6 Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League record Sunday when they host the Highwood Juniors for a 2 p m contest at Henderson Park The Miners whipped the last-place Highwood team earlier this season Herald Sports The long stretch By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer The framework for a com prehensive program to up- grade the quality of hockey coaching in the province of Alberta was revealed Friday when delegates from around the province convened for the first day of the 1974 Alberta Amateur Hockey Association general meeting The plan was discussed in depth at a preliminary meeting of the minor hockey division of the AAHA last night at the Holiday Inn Some definite proposals in this area are expected to be hammered out when the ses- sion continues today The massive general meeting concludes tonight with a ban- quet and dance beginning at 7 p m in the Holiday Inn Main Dining Room In other meetings Friday, the Intermediate and Junior level delegates got together for lengthy sessions to discuss problems and toss out ideas and suggestions These informal meetings are expected to pave the way for dealing efficiently with the resolutions which must be agreed upon in today s three- hour divisional meetings The three divisions met this morning to pass resolutions for the coming season and elect new chairmen, while the huge General Mee ing of the entire organization was slated to go at 1 30 this afternoon That one will see the elec- tion of a new slate of officers for the provincial body's 1974- 75 season The new coaching program will feature clinics throughout the province early next season to instruct hockey coaches in the technical, philosophical and social aspects of amateur hockey The program is co- sponsored by the AAHA. the Alberta Department of Culture Youth and Recreation, and by the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference It will use the guidelines of the National Coaches Cer- tification Program which has been developed by topnotch technical advisors to the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association and is looked upon as a step toward com- pulsory certification for minor hockey coaches Don Dillon, Minor Hockey Chairman for Alberta, outlin- ed a brief history of the program s development and pointed out areas where the new set up is expected to im- prove significantly upon past efforts in this direction The Minor Hockey Council of Canada recognized a need for better coaching for young hockey players four years ago and went to the CAHA to request that body's direction in the development of mstruc tion programs for coaches "There were lots of un necessary he said And it was because the boys were not taught how to play the game properly Another problem we recognized was the coach who goes into coaching with a com- pletely misguided attitude Pat Sullivan STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MOM., JUNE 24 P.M. InttrMtiem) TIJ Twm Oumjriontlrip Mitch The KIWIS vs LARRY LANE BILL CODY GIRLS! SUSAN GREEN vs PAULA KAYE LITTLE BEAR vs BELL 9 Big Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV ANYTHING FIBREGLAS we can REPAIR WESCAN CAR TOP McOuorric Manager But 328-4676 32S-HS89 A bit of everything Wayne Bowes and Logan Tail of Lethbridge took part recently in a racquetball tournament in San Diego While Tait says he managed to win one game in his division he made it very clear that Bowes played brilliantly in reaching the quarter-finals Bowes, the current Canadian champion won three matches on his way to the eight's of the event He got past two players who have pocketed some small cheques on the pro-raquetball circuit and then battled Steve Keeley in the quarter-final Keeley is the third seeded player on the pro tour and Bowes gave the American standout all he could handle Bowes, while he didn t win a game forc- ed Keeler the limit in bowing out 21-12 and 21-18 Tait feels that if Bowes was able to find the same competition here in Lethbridge or Alberta for that matter, he would have even done in San Diego It will cost more to see the Philadelphia Flyers. Stanley Cup champions, play next season 'Prices for Spectrum seats will go up as much as 50 the National Hockey League announced this week Tickets priced at 50 last year will now be on the high end while S4 50 seats will cost On a sold-out house the Flyers expect to increase their gate by 903 50 A tidy sum when you figure they play 38 games at home What Jack Kennedv coach of Canada's national basketball team feared has happened Awarding an National Basketball Association franchise to Toronto will hurt his team's chances of a possible medal in the 1976 Olympics When Kennedy was a visitor here some time back he said he felt Canada had a chance for a medal at the Montreal-hosted Games His only fear at the time was NBA expansion to Canada He feels that the team will have at least two or three Canadian players on the team The plavers would have to come from Kennedv s national squad After eight years as one of the best drawing cards in the minor hockey leagues. San Diegn Gulls have of- ficialU bowed out "This is a sad day owner Bob Breitbard told a farewell party The Western Hockey League team is being replaced bv the former Jersey Knights now the San Diego Manners of the World association Speaking of the WHA. contrary to what Frank Mahovhch thinks. I can't see the WHA winning one game against the Russians in September I know it was me who said I would be surprised if Russia defeated the NHL Team Canada stars, but the WHA is a far crv from Team Canada How can a three- league whose most valuable player is 46 years old and two of its fastest skaters are 10 years over the hill expect to stav with the Soviets'' I hope I m wrong after all I m still a Canadian but victories will be few and far between if they come at ail Old friend Eddie Ferenz the traveling secretary for the Philadelphia Phillies of the National Baseball League, must be beside himself of late Ed used to gel ribbed all the lime about being from Philadelphia the home of losing sports clubs Now he has the Phillies in first place the Stanlev Cup in Ihe Spectrum The Freedoms are leading the World Team Tennis League and the Wings are setting the pace in the National Lacrosse League And I have just learned an invaluable lesson from Jack Nicklaus Asked why he tees his golf ball up so high on the tee he said that through of experience he found lhat air offers less resistance than dirt And how s Ihis for a description of the game of Says Phi) Woosman commissioner of the North American Soccer Ix-aguc the rules are very Dimple Basically it s this if it moves kick it if it doesm't move kick it until it does toward the goals of amateur sport The CAHA called in the best personnel available to draw up what is now the National Certification program which sets out a basic curricula for the aspiring hockey coach The program was given to Hockey Canada for institution in the provinces The AAHA undertook the entire thing themselves last year, and ran into some problems which the new set-up is designed to alleviate Instructors at the clinics will be of higher calibre this time around due to the use of the qualified personnel of the colleges A provincial workshop will be held in early September at which all instructors will familiarize themselves with the program and receive their instruction assignments Financial problems en- countered last year are ex- pected to be largely cleared up by a substantial grant from the Carhng 0 Keefe Sports Foundation And co-operation from the government has been ensured by the co sponsorship of the Dept of Culture Youth and Recreation A closed session of top representatives from the three co-sponsoring bodies stressed the need for integrated action if hockey organization in Alberta is to reach the high calibre attain- ed in other provinces Chairman Don Dillon im- plored delegates to express their ideas and wishes and not rely exclusively on elected of- ficials of the AAHA to do all the work "We're elected to provide a service to you but if you won t tell us what you want, there's nothing we can do Lack of input from regional delegates was a problem that was accentuated when Dr Anthony Pomohac of Lethbndge told the meeting that he had just received in- vitations to s't on provincial and federas investigative bodies dealing with amateur sport He suggested the possibility of government intervention in the operations of the AAHA if that organization did not move quickly to improve its effec- tiveness Don Stouffer. President of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference, advised the gathering that George Kingston hockey coach at the University of Calgary, and Clare Drake of the University of Alberta, will head a technical advisory committee to set out the format and curricula for the coaching clinics He reiterated the hope that the clinics will remedy the problem of coaches and parents who lose sight of the reason for participation in amateur sports Coaches must realize that the hockev plaver is an emotional individual not just a machine on skates Lethbridge Office Furniture lid. Lower Lwl 7th St Shopping Mill (403) 328-7411 FILING CABINETS Texas Rangers one win behind THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas Rangers defeated California Angels Fri- day night to move to within one-half game of the first- place Oakland Asm the American League's West Division The A's rallied for four runs in the eighth inning to edge Kansas City Royals 5 4 Elsewhere, Milwaukee Brewers turned back Baltimore Orioles 8-6 Detroit Tigers nipped New York Yankees 3 2 and Chicago White Sox outlugged Min- nesota Twins 11 7 Cleveland and Boston were rained out The Rangers Lenny Randle collected five consecutive hits Toby Harrah hit two home runs and Cesar Tovar belted a threerun shot leading a club record 19 hit attack in the opener Dave Nelson ano pinch-hitter Mike Hargrove each drove in a pair of runs in a four run fifth inning in the nightcap Meanwhile, Ferguson Jenkins and Steve Hargan turned in a pair of complete games It was Jenkins' first triumph since May 22 Getting all those runs and hits makes it nice for a pitcher who is struggling like I have been for the last month, Jen- kins said Light-hitting Tim Johnson s two-run single capped a three run third inning which gave the Brewers a 6-5 lead and chased Baltimore starter Mike Cuellar But the defeat was charged to Wayne Garland and Cuellar s nine game winning streak re mained intact Pittsburgh Pirates' Manny Sanguillen, left, dives the second inning pick-off attempt Friday night in headlong back to first base as Chicago Cubs' first Chicago The throw from Chicago pitcher Steve Stone baseman Andre Thorton waits for the throw during was too late and Sanguillen made it back safely to first AAHA general meeting opens ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES National League East American League East Pet GBL 522 516 2 508 1 535 S i 429 6 400 8 W L Philadelphia 35 32 St Louis 33 31 Montreal 30 29 Chicago 27 35 Pittsburgh 27 36 New York 26 39 West Los Angeles 45 23 662 Atlanta 39 27 591 5 Cincinnati 36 28 563 7 Houston 34 34 500 11 San Francisco 33 37 471 13 San Diego 29 43 403 18 TODAY S GAMES Pittsburgh Brett (8-4) at Chicago Fraihng (5 5) New York Parke" (1-6) and Stone (2 5) at Philadelphia Schueler (3 8) and Lonborg (9 5) Atlanta Niekro (8 4) at Cincinnati Norman (6 5) Montreal Rogers (7 7) at St Louis McGlothen (9 3) San Diego Grief (2 9) at Houston Wilson (3 4) San Francisco Barr (4-3) at Los Ange'es Sutton (6 6) FRIDAY S RESULTS Pittsburgh 000 100 9 1 Chicago 000 100 10 0 Rooker (36) and Sanguillen Stone (2-1) Zamora (8) and Swisher HRs (9) (11) Atlanta 000 000 5 0 Cincinnati 000 000 9 0 Morton (9 6) House (9) and Casanova Dates (7) Billmgham (6 6) and Bench New York 000 101 7 5 Philadelphia 000 000 7 0 Miller (6) and Crote Carlton (9 5) Scarce (8) and Boone HRs (2) (1) Staub (10) Montreal 000 100 7 0 St Louis 100 010 11 0 Renko (4 7) Walker (7) and Foote Siebert (7-4) Hrabosky (8) Pena (8) and Simmons San Francisco 002 000 100 7 1 Los Angeles 000 COO 030 13 3 Motfitt Sosa (5 3) (8) and Rader Messersmith Marshall (5 3) (8) and Yeager HR (2) San Diego 000 000 4 1 Houston OO1 00' 1 Greip U 10) Hardy (6) Romo (8) and Barton Dierker (5 3) Scherman (S) and M May Boston Detroit Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee New York W 37 34 L 27 30 Pet GBL 578 531 3 508 508 500 4 4 5 5 2 2 3 0 9 32 31 33 32 31 31 34 34 500 West Oakland 36 31 537 Texas 36 32 529 Kansas City 32 32 500 Chicago 30 31 492 Minnesota 26 37 413 Cah'ornia 28 41 406 TODAY S GAMES Detroit Fryman (3 3) at New York Tidrow (5 6) Chicago Kaat (6 6) at Minnesota Albury (2 6) Cleveland G Perry (12-') at Boston Cleveland (5 5) Baltimore Grimsley (7 7) at Milwaukee Kobel (3 5) Kansas City McDaniel (0 2) at Oakland Holtzman (7 8) California Ryan (8 6) at Texas Bibby (10 8) FRIDAY S RESULTS Detroit 010 000 9 0 New York 000 200 5 2 Lohch (9 7) and Lamong Moses (8) Upshaw (0-4) '6) Lyle (9) and Munson HR NY Sudakis (6) Cleveland at Boston postponed ram Baltimore 221 000 10 3 Milwaukee 213 000 12 0 Cuellar Garland (1 Jackson (7) Reyno ds (8) and Etchebarren Williams (8) Travers Slaton (6 8) (2) Murphy (8) and Porter HRs Bal (3) Fuller (5) Second Game California 000 100 10 1 Texas 000 240 8 1 Tanana (4 10) Lockwood (5) and Rodriguez Hargan (5 n i and Sundberg Chicago 520 202 21 0 Minnesota 021 000 790 Tatum J Henderson (1 0) (3) Acosta (8) PHiock (9) and Herrmann Bnnkrnan (7) Goltz (1 3) Burgmeier (1) Hands Campbell (8) anc Borgmann HRs K Henderson I2l (10) (5) Kpn'sac r ty 4nn o n Oakland 010 000 04x-5 7 0 Dal Canton Hoerner (1 2) (8) Bird (8) and Healy Hami ton Odom Knowies 1) (81 Fingers (9) and LEAGUE R Smith 35 Garr 39 GfOSS 36 Buckner 30 Brock 49 Garvev 45 Maddor 42 Davis 30 Schn d1 41 Cash 47 Home C HouMon Angela Deltoil Rune, 56 R 36 42 32 17 20 31 17 41 30 29 H Pet 97 391 71 350 54 333 75 329 49 327 62 323 64 322 69 315 65 313 310 54 Pilch nq 16 John 102 833 Caora Allanla "h 7 2 778 Chicago 16 Vtf 15 d in Burroughs 59 Rudi 50 P Ich rq oriS7 G Cl'-vland 12 1 923 Rod' awe? 5 1 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. 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