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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 22, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Sorry you're too late! RICK ERVIN photo First base umpire Alex Allison is right on top of the play and calls Danny Santoni was stranded on second and eventually lost the opener to Calgary Santoni safe after the Miners' shortstop stole second base in the first of two Calgary Cowley 2-1. Major Men's Fastball League games staged at Dave Elton Park Friday night. Lose to Calgary Cowley 2-1 in opener, but win final 4-2 Lethbridge Miners split once again By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge Miners had to settle with a split on home grounds for the third straight weekend as they battled Calgary Cowley to a win and a loss Friday night. The Miners suffered a heartbreaking 2-1 setback to the Calgarians in the opening game of the Calgary Major Men's Fastball League doubleheader staged at Dave Elton and then roared back to win the final 4-2. The split left the locals sporting a respectable 7-3 record while the visitors who were riding a nine-game winn- ing streak prior to the evening tilts are 10-2. The Miners have handed them both their losses thus far. Meanwhile the Miners were just two outs away from a vic- tory in the opening game of the scheduled doubleheader last night, but were unable to stop a costly seventh-inning rally. The Miners carried a 1-0 lead into the final inning of George Santoni for a pair of play on Larry Tratch's fifth- hits which turned out to be the inning home run, but the winning runs, visitors tagged losing pitcher Santoni had forced lead-off batter Owen Malley to pop up to Miners' rightfielder Garth Lamb, but gave up a single to pinchhitter Daird Craig and a TARGET MASONRY SAWS .-4 Malic 20 uses 18' and 20" blades 7" cutting depth with 18" blades- 8' depth with 20 blades Cutting depth is doubled by reversing material Quickie Saw Blades Specially Reinforced -QX-HS Extro-High Speed Abrasive Blades provide (aster cutting on Masonry Concrete. Metal FOR RENT at C J Equipment Phone 328-4165 6-zz ON STREET DON'T EXPBCT A MAN 1O BE TME SUN, MOON AN1 THE STABS WE I CAN PUT UP WITH THIS SORT J OP WE CAN I PUT UP WITH THIS'' World Cup soccer still on FRANKFURT (AP) Four soccer matches today and four more Sunday will decide who enters the second round of the World Cup. Brazil, without a goal so far. has to score at least three in their Gelsenkirchen match to- day against Zaire in Group 2 to be sure of a second-round place. The task was expected to be Minor ball The Giants tagged losing pitcher Peter Lavoratto for 15 hits and whipped the Cardinals 11-3 in a Norcrest Little League playoff gameFriday night. Warren Keith picked up the mound win allowing four safeties. Keith also aided his own cause with a home run and two doubles while Ron Zimmer ripped two doubles and a single. At Lakeside, the Yankees edged the Indians 7-6. Jeff Krokosh was credited with the mound while Scott Parenteau was handed the loss. Rick LeBaron walloped two home runs and a single for the winners while Brad Kirsheman added a double and three singles. Warren Schnoor managed three singles in a losing cause. In a Lakeside playoff match Thursday night, the Angels dropped the Twins 7-4. Dwain Chaki bested Rob Stewart for the win. Brad Misak paced the Angels at the plate with a double and a pair of singles while fal Byam managed a double for the Txvins. Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily WE know you want the job done right, at a fair price and without delay, and that's WHAT WE DO Y PROFESSIONAL WORKMANSHIP, simple. The African cham- pions are demoralized follow- ing a 9-0 trouncing by Yugoslavia. Scotland and Yugoslavia met at Frankfurt in today's star match. A telex message from Eng- land, claiming to be from the Irish Republican Army, threatened violence against Protestant members of the Scottish team. The message probably was a hoax, but police redoubled their guard on the Scotland camp at Weilnau. 25 miles from Frankfurt. Scotland has to win to ad- vance to the second round but a draw is good enough for Yugoslavia. In Group 1. West and East Germany meet for the first time, in a match at Hamburg full of political and professional pressures. East Germany needs at leas! a draw to win a second- round place. West Ger- many already is sure of ad- vancing. In Berlin. Chile faces Aus- tralia and needs a three-goal win