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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Junt LETHBRIDGE HERALD-9 Race results From one extreme to the other, Busby had no-hitter, then a loss CALGARY (CP) Vlctorld Park race rpsults Monday FIRST claiming 3 year olds furlongs Morning Page (Kipling) 4 90 2 80 2 50 King Chitty (Whittle) 3 40 2 40 Victorian Jingle (Hedge) 3 00 Time 1 21 Twins Shot O Scotch Kimitz Sans Faute also ran SECOND 500 claiming 4 year olds and up furlongs Caltabulous (L Wiseman) 29 80 840 5 20 Nesh Boy (Phelan) 3 40 2 80 Racenfic (Beserra) 3 80 Time 1 20 4-5 Duchess Nan Pop The Cork Charlesworihy Mike Mullen Ca'bon County Ettas Kid also ran DAILY DOUBLE 20 THIRD 51 800 claiming 4 year olds and up mile Fair Fizz (Ray) 5880 1410 950 Red Mahogany (Pearson) 3 50 3 00 Gallant Km (Shields) 4 40 Time 1 41 3-5 Gaha Kid Whataruler Jake s Jewel Miss Easter Day Empire Prince Capitol Spending Kid Dynamite also ran QUINELLA 50 FOURTH 52 400 allowance 2 year olds 4 furlongs Mr Wind (Giesbrecht) 9 00 4 60 3 70 Summer High (Norris) 5 504 20 Western Dangler (Hedgo) 6 10 Time 0 46 1 5 record) Lees Hokey Kee To Magic Sour Doug Bill Kohoteck Goliath Jones also ran FIFTH 500 allowance 3 year olds furlongs Lady Silhouette (Hedge) 6 50 3 40 240 Mrs Canacutie (Shields) 2 50 Time 1 103-5 Madam Pnoe Just Magic Linda Grace also ran EXACTOR SIXTH S1 900 claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Hope You Hurry (Kipling) 2790 8 60 5 80 Hickory Staff (Giesbrecht) 4 60 3 00 Some Hand (McCauley) 330 Time 1 26 2 5 Day Will Come Ballyclare Pauls Deal Lady Stuart Perfect Host Merry Muffet Fire Speed also ran SEVENTH 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs His World (Phelan) 11 40 4 90 3 40 Swift Cash (D Wiseman) 4 90 3 50 Frans Gold (Hedge) 4 70 Time 1 25 4 5 Canyou Patrol Brendakendan Flight Count Sherzad Gift Box New Response Kool Colo also ran EIGHTH 53 300 allowance 4 year olds and up mile Silver Double (Beserra) 12 90 6 70 4 40 Ace Return (Barroby) 9 70 5 90 Belmont Road (Giesbrecht) 8 10 Time 1 39 4 5 Divisive Count Siempre Already Fair Eye Noble Bomber Merging Fire White Jet Lace princess also ran NINTH S1 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 6'? furlongs Summer Stan (Phelan) 21 60 8 60 580 Keen Bid (L Wiseman) 1240 7 30 Old Whiskey (Norris) 3 00 Time 1 20 Lonely Jewel Tays Talent Tropic Tide Prince Bully Prairie Hill Roar Of Mirth Washougel also ran OUINELLA THE CANADIAN PRESS For more than five innings Monday night Steve Busby toyed with a no-hitter and the record books, then lost a ball game Kansas City's young right- hander had American League baseball fans thinking back to Johnny Vander Meer as he ap- peared on his way to his second consecutive no-hitter ANDY CAPP I TsLLALlE. IS ONE PERSONAL I BY MISTAKE TrIAT' I'M ALWAYS OPEN 3Y Bobby Hull believes in Team Canada' name TORONTO (CP) Bobby Hull wants National Hockey League players on Team Can- ada 1974 with the World Hockey Association choices, and he doesn't think the NHL should be allowed to say no "I feel if certain individuals want to stand up and represent Canada, I don't see how they could be forced from Hull said during a trip here to promote the Team Canada series in Moscow against the Russians "This is Team Canada, re- member I would like any Canadian who qualifies on the team Hull, playmg-coach with Winnipeg Jets of the WHA, was in Toronto with Jets' owner Ben Hatskin seeking stronger media support for the Russian trip in September Hull said he still wants in particular Bobby Orr and Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins and Bernie Parent of Philadelphia Flyers, who he said each ex- pressed interest in the series before the NHL owners and the NHL Players Association Minor soccer Three games were played in the Lethbndge Minor Soccer League The Mite Royals downed the Cougars 4-2 in Mite division action getting goals from Kevin Kasperski. Martin Hunt Darcv Kammski and Phillip List Adrian Kimberley had both goals for the Cougars In other Mite action Green's Pop Shop played to a 1-1 tie with Queen's Pizza Dominic Hunt scored for the Pop Shop while Karl Schmidt had Queen s lone counter In one Bantam game, the Taber Vultures scored a 2-1 victory over the Lethbndge Miners Library STANDINGS MITES W L T Pts Mite Royals 4119 Green s Pop Shop 2048 Queen s Pizza 1325 Mite Cougars 0422 BANTAM W L T Pts Fionno Rovers 3006 Leth Miners Library 2034 Taber Vultures 1022 PEE WEE Taber Road Runners 5 0 0 10 Leth Celtic 3117 Leth Elks 2 Rangers 1 3 5 0060 last week barred their players "This should be above either the WHA or the said Hatskin "Perhaps some public pressure will pry them We definitely have the players in our league, but we would like the others because we want to beat the Russians eight to nothing Hull, who missed out on the 1972 Canada-Russian series when WHA players were ex- cluded, said he thinks it is the "NHL establishment and Al Eagleson (director of the NHL players' association) that s the cause of this "If I like to do something, I don't want to be told I can't do he said "They're big boys now The Team Canada uniform unveiled by Hull and Hatskin has an all-white jersey with red piping, implanted with seven small maple leaves down the arms A larger maple leaf, including the year '74, is on the left breast, and the letters CANADA slash diagonally across the jersey The pants are blue with white side stripes and the socks white with red stripes But the dreams ended when Pat Kelly of Chicago White Sox smashed a one-out single in the sixth and the game went down the drain in the seventh when Ron Santo hit a two-run homer that gave the Sox a 3-1 victory over the Royals In other American League games, Cleveland Indians wal- loped New York Yankees 10-3, Boston Red Sox bombed Mil- waukee Brewers 9-0, Oakland Athletics shelled California Angels 11-3, Minnesota Twins trimmed Texas Rangers 8-4 and Baltimore Orioles beat Detroit Tigers 3-1 "The pressure and the bal- lyhoo from the first no-hitter didn't bother said Busby ''I made some bad pitches But until he served up Santo's game-breaker, there hadn't been many He walked only one batter last Wednesday night in no-hitting Milwaukee 2-0 And he walked only two before Kelly hit a grounder that barely eluded second baseman Cookie Rojas Vander Meer remains the only major league pitcher with two-m-a-row no-hitters, in 1938 against Brooklyn Dodgers and Boston Braves Two former Cy Young award winners have seemingly given the boot to their knee troubles Jim Lonborg, 1967 Cy Young award-winner while pitching Boston Red Sox into the World Series, tossed a six-hitter and slugged a grand-slam homer while leading Philadelphia Phillies over Montreal Expos 8-2 And Bob Gibson, Cy Young winner in 1968, 1969 and 1970, struck out 11 batters and be- came the most successful active major league pitcher in hurling St Louis Cardinals to a 4-0 victory over Pittsburgh Pirates "The homer was nice to get a lead like said Lonborg, whose record now stands at 10-5 after six straight victories "I felt fairly said Gibson, 4-8, after stifling the Pirates on four hits "But I've been feeling good for the past two or three weeks It was a doubleheader sweep for St Louis, who won the first game 3-1 Elsewhere in the National League Houston Astros tripped Cincinnati Reds 6-1, New York Mets trimmed Chicago Cubs 4-2, Atlanta Braves edged Los Angeles Dodgers 4-3 and San Diego Padres nipped San Francisco Giants 2-1 Performed well Coach Yosh Senda, back, was pleased with four of his Judokas at the Canadian finals Bringing home silverware were, left to right, Guy Pomohac, Joe Meli and Tom Greenway Miss'ig is Phil Illmgworth. YMCA Judokas earn places The Alberta judo team fared well at the Canadian judo championships staged in Kegina over the weekend The 16 member provincial team which carried 10 judokas from the Lethbndge YMCA Judo Club picked up at least four placings Locals who managed to rate in the standings include Joe Meli (third m middleweight) -Guy Pomahac (fourth in middleweight) Tom Greenway (fourth in light heavyweight) and Phil Ilhngsworth (open) Meli, Pomahac and Greenway were selected to the provisional national team for the world championships to be staged in September in Brazil MILLAN IN HOSPITAL CHICAGO (AP) Felix. Millan, second baseman the injury-riddled New York Mets, went into hospital Monday with a nose infection known as celluhtis MILLARVILLE RACES and SPORTS MONDAY, JULY 1st p.m. THOROUGHBREDS-QUARTER HORSES PARIMUTUEL BETTING Nine Races With Purses Totalling Over Sports Events For The Whole Family Over In Sports Prizes Admission To Course Children Under BARBECUE 5 to P.M. 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