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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta  - TH1 IRHMIDOI HERALD - Thunder, March 11, 1971 McLain bombed in exhibition play Finley not sure about three-ball walk By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Oakland Athletics and japan's Lotto Orions played an exhibition baseball game Wednesday using the three-ball walje and Charlie Finley, owner of the Athletics and a big booster of the innovaiton, must have had second thoughts. The Japanese pitchers issued only three walks while the Oak- land hurlers passed 16 and were tagged for 11 hits as the Orions made off with a 124 victory. When the Orions were in the field, Japanese baseballs were used. They are slightly smaller than the U.S. variety and the seams aren't raised as much. Another v i s i t i n g Japanese team, Tokyo Giants, took a 7-4 decision from Kansas City Roy- als as Hidetake Watanabe, Shin-khi Yamauchi and Tsueneo Ho-ruchi combined on a four-hitter. . Heavy, hitting was the order of the day for Baltimore Orioles, Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco. Giants. After being blanked for four innings by Washington's Denny McLain, the Orioles raked him for four runs in the fifth and went on to a 14-2 rout of the Senators,' spiced by Jim Hutto's grand-slam homer. The Dodgers got a grand slam from Wes Parker as they scored 10 times in the seventh inning and trounced the winless Cincinnati Reds 13-2. All 10 runs came off newly-acquired lefty Greg Garrett. The Giants took advantage of ANDY CAPP Host Leafs on weekend Sugar Kings at home Lethbridge Sugar Kings can wrap up a berth in the Alberta junior Hockey League final this weekend. Sugar Kings, second place finishers during the regular schedule, enjoyed a most-productive weekend last week in Edmonton where they handed the Maple Leafs a pair of setbacks'. The two wins gave the Kings a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series with the next three slated for the Arena beginning Friday night at the Arena at Soccer giants suffer upsets By REUTER i Soccer giants Real Madrid and Glasgow Celtic crashed to defeat Wednesday on a night of upsets in the quarter-finals of the three major European soccer cup competitions. Real, six times winners of the European Cup, was humbled 1-0 by English Second Division team Cardiff City in the Cup Winners Cup while Celtic, 1967 European champions, was blitzed 3-0 by Ajax Amsterdam in the European Cup. Celtic's defeat was not the only shock for British soccer teams. Cup Winners Cup challengers Manchester City and Chelsea were both beaten 2-0. City, the titleholders, was beaten by Poland's Gornik Zabrze in a repeat of last year's final while Chelsea succumbed to Belgium's FC Bruges. England's Fairs Cup bid grew In strength, however, with victories by Liverpool and Leeds United. Liverpool hammered Bayern Munich 3-0-Alun Evans scoring all three goals-while Leeds beat Vitoria Setubal 2-1 with a disputed late penalty by Johnny Giles. Ajax. beaten by AC Milan in the 1969 European Cup final, looks like the strongest team left in the competition and Celtic will need all the attacking flair they are famous for if they are to save the tie in the return leg. Johann Cruyff, the Ajax striker, slammed home an unstoppable volley to lead a three-goal Ajax blitz in the last half-hour after Celtic had defended stoutly for the first hour. Real Madrid's defeat was brought about by a first-half goal from Cardiff's Brian Clark and underlined how far the Spanish maestros have declined since they dominated European soccer. The Largest Selection of Bicycles In Southern Alberta! HIGH RISE BICYCLES 46 AS LOW AS .... GOOD SELECTION OF REBUILT 8:30. The next game is slated for Saturday evening at 8:30 with a third game, if neces sary, Sunday at two o'clock. Last week the locals blanked the Leafs 2-0 and then doubled the score on them, 6-3. Sugar King manager Syd Hall was more than pleased with the club's performance and in particular the play of forward George McCrea and netminder John Davidson. Friday night will mark special occasion for Davidson and teammate Lannie McDonald. Davidson will receive the rookie of the year honors while McDonald will be awarded the most vauable player silverware. The Kings are healthy and champing at the bit for a berth in the final. Outside of the usual bumps and bruises the Kings will dress a full squad Friday. Meanwhile, in the other semi final series, Red Deer Rustlers, due to a sweep of games last weekend, lead Calgary Cougars 2-1 but could find themselves in a deadlocked position as the two meet tonight in Calgary. Jets, Leafs triumph By THE CANADIAN PRESS. Nelson Maple Leafs and Spokane Jets scored victories Wednesday night in their best-of-seven Western International Hockey League semi - final series. Spokane won 7-5 to take a 3-2 edge in games over Cran-brook Royals, while Nelson defeated Kimberley Dynamiters 5-3 to go ahead 3-1 in that series. Maple Leafs led 3-1 after the first period and 5-2 at the end of the second in the game in Nelson. The Leafs' goals were scored by Peter Vipond, Tom Foxcroft, Jim McCrae, Bob Mclvor and Danny Jones. Bill McLelland, Adrian Blaise and Graham Longmuir counted for Kimberley. At Spokane, the Jets were behind 3-1 after the first period, but tied the score at 5-5 in the second and added two goals in the third for their win. Ken Gustafson and Dwight Carruthers had two goals apiece for Spokane. Singles were scored by Gordon Tur-lick, Tom Rendall and Don Scherza. Cranbrook's goals, all singles, came from Marv Ferg, Leo Ressler, Billy Martin, Ber-nie Reed and Nels Venerus. Turlik got the winner for the Jets at 5:54 of the third and Carruthers' second goal went into the empty net after Royals' goalie Dan Sullivan was traded for an extra attacker. Eight friends hit big jackpot LONDON (Reuter) -Factory mechanic Frank Reed and seven friends were in possession Wednesday of more than $850,000 they won in the world's biggest soccer pool payoff-Reed, who lives with his wife and five children in Manchester,' received the money on behalf of the group from; film actress Britt Ekland Tuesday. The men scored in the pools on an investment of $5.93. They won $852,790. Labor Club even series 10 USED BICYCLES 19oo 29oo SPEED BIKES PEUGEOT  C.C.M.  RALEIGH  G1TANE And many others. All properly tat-up, adjusted and serviced properly.  WE TAKE TRADES BERT & MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-322 J OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. "SERVING S. ALBERTA FOR OVER 35 YEARS" The Labor Club forced a fifth and deciding City Recreation Hockey League semi-final playoff game as they edged the U of L Chinooks 6-5 last night. The Chinooks went into last nights encounter with a 2-1 lead in their best of five semi-final series against the Labor Club but just couldn't upset the defending champions. Last season the same two clubs settled the championship using all seven games to decide the winner. This season only one of these two clubs can repeat as competitors in the best of seven finial play - off series taking on St. Basil's. Last Monday night the Saints picked up a play-off spot as they eliminated the M and K Generals in the other semi-final match in three straight games. Al Rowntree was outstanding for the Labor Club in their victory last night blasting in three goals and adding an assist. His third marker of the evening turned out to be the winner. The Labor CJub drew first blood as Don Bruchet connected at the 8:51. mark of the first period but Jim Band came back and tied the contest five minutes later. Going into the second period tied 1-1 Rowntree slapped in his first goal of the evening at the 1:01 mark but a minute later watched Nigel Russell and Al Johnson flip in a goal apiece just 17 seconds apart. Rowntree came back with his second marker some minutes later to Lie the game but once agaio seven walks by California's Clyde Wright in walloping the Angels, but their attack also included triples by Garry Maddox and Rich Robertson and a hree-run homer by Bobby Heise. Harmon Killebrew ran his consecutive-hit string to six with his third homer and two singles as Minnesota Twins downed New York Yankees 5-2. Matty Alou's two-run homer and a solo shot by Joe Hague overcame two homers by Detroit's Willie Horton and St, Louis Cardinals shaded the Tt �ers7-5. Bob Robertson slammed a pair of homers in Pittsburgh's 7-5 triumph over the winless Philadelphia Phillies. Marty Pattin, Wayne Twitch-ell and Jim Slayton cooked up a six-hitter and Milwaukee Brewers, blanked San Diego Padres 4-0. Houston Astros edged New York Mets 4-3 as Denis Menke doubled twice and knocked in two runs. Boston Red Sox edged Chicago White Sox 5-4 with three runs in the ninth. Atlanta Braves beat Montreal Expos 64 with two runs in the seventh on hits by rookies Jim Brezeale and Hal Keith and Aerian Garrett's tie-breaking single, also in the seventh, gave Chicago Cubs a 2-1 win over Cleveland Indians. Fantastic bid made in Hamilton HAMILTON (CP) - Mayor Vic Copps has described as "fantastic" a bid by a Hamilton man to have a rematch of the Joe Frazier Muhammad Ali heavyweight championship fight staged in this city. A telegram inviting Canadian-born millionaire sportsman Jack Kent Cooke to stage the fight as part of this city's 125th birthday celebrations was sent Tuesday by George Goodrow, Who describes himself as a self-employed sales director and public relations consultant. Asked on what grounds Cooke should award the fight to Hamilton, Goodrow said: "On patriotic grounds. He was born in General Hospital here and lived in the city for some years. We are appealng to him as a native of Hamilton." Cooke holds the rights to any return bout with a clause in the original contract. Mayor Copps said Goodrow's proposal could be the icing on the cake for Hamilton's birthday celebrations. "We want to make the fullest use of our new facilities at the stadium, which will be ready in July, and this sounds like a fantastic proposal that would tie in with both the sta final 4-2 , British Columbia Junior Victoria 7 New Westminster 5 Kamloops 4 Kelowna 1 Vernon 7 Pentlcton 3 Western International Nelson 5 Kimberley 3 Nelson leads best-of-seven seml-fl-nal 3-1 Western International Spokane 7 Cranbrock 5 Spokane leads best-of-seven seml-fl-nal 3-2 SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Tottenham 0 Notts F l Division II Leicester 1 Sheffield W 0 Oxford 0 Orient 1 \ Portsmouth 1 Bristol 0 1 Division III Brighton 3 Fulham 2 Chesterfield 3 Port Vale 0 Gllllngham 0 Aston Villa 0 Shrewsbury 3 Reading 1 Division IV Aldershot 1 Oldham 1 Southend 2 Hartlepools 0 Workington 1 Bournemouth 0 EUROPEAN CUP A|ax Amsterdam 3 Glasgow Celtic 0 Carl-Zelss Jena, East Germany,  Red Star Belgrade 2 CUP WINNERS CUP Gorntk Zabrze, Poland 2 Manchester City o FC Bruges, Belgium 2 Chelsea 0 PSV Eindhoven, Holland 2 Vor-weerts Berlin 0 Cardiff City 1 Real Madrid 0 FAIRS CUP Leeds United 2 Vltiotra Setubal Portugal i Liverpool 3 Bayern Munich  PRO BASKETBALL NBA ' Cincinnati 120 New York 118 Atlanta 139 Phoenix 98 ABA Florldans 116 Denver 113 Indiana 122 Memphis. 113 JUNIOR 'A' HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE ARENA FRIDAY, MARCH 12th-8.30 p.m. SATURDAY, MARCH 13th-8:30 p.m. SUNDAY, MARCH 14�h-2:00 p.m. (If Necessary) LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS VS EDMONTON MAPLE LEAFS ADMISSION PRICES ADULTS Sl.SO - STUDENTS S1.00 WITH CARDS CHILDREN 50* Advance tickets on sale at C-.NTRE VILLAGE MAIL (East End) THURSDAY Noon-8:30 p.m.; FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 30,000 MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON SUPREME 150 TIRES Full 4 ply - Polyester Cert 8.25x14 or 8.25x15 Other slies priced comparabtj 1 ELRICH TIRE LTD. 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