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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, March 20, 1974 Fine debut Tor Moore .LONDON (Reuter) Bobby Moore, 33-year-old f.ormer England soccer captain, made his debut for Fulham here Tuesday night as the Second-Division club went tumbling to a 4-0 home defeat against Middlesbrough. Moore, who ended 16 years with West Ham when he joined Fulham for a transfer fee last week, played Avel! in his first league match 'since January. Mets continue to torment Reds ASSOCIATED PRESS Spring or fall, the York Mets apparently have Cincinnati Reds' number. Not satisfied with having turned back Cincinnati in last October's National League playoffs, the Mets continued to torment the Reds Tuesday with a 7-1 exhibition baseball victory as rookie Benny Ayala drove in three runs and Ted Martinez hit a two-run homer. Former Oakland player Dave Duncan drove in four runs with a home run and double, carrying Cleveland Indians to an 8-6 victory over the A's. Ken Holtzman held the In- dians scoreless for the first five innings on three hits, but Cleveland jumped on Rollie Fingers for six runs in the sixth inning, including Duncan's two-run homer. Dave Roberts became the first Houston pitcher to go six innings. He blanked Kansas City over that stretch in the Astros' 4-1 triumph over the Royals. A run-scoring double by rookie Mike Reinbach and a sacrifice fly by designated hit- ter Tommy Davis in the eighth inning lifted Baltimore Orioles to a 6-5 victory over Texas Rangers. Mike Tyson scored St. Loouis' fourth unearned run in the eighth inning to give the Cardinals a 6-5 victory over Philadelphia Phillies. The St. Louis shortstop dou- bled with two out and scored from second base as pitcher Aurelio Monteagudo dropped first baseman Tommy Mutton's throw to first for the potential third out. Five California pitchers limited Chicago-Cubs to five hits and the Angels scored a 5- 1 triumph. Chicago third base- man Bill Madlock committed three errorrs in the fifth inning but also stretched his hitting streak to 10 games. FORlODffiSONIY The Two-Pant Suit. So famous is this line for its long- wearing qualities, that it's easy to forget the handsome tailoring. 100% wool wor- steds in checks, plains, solids and stripes. Two- buttoned, moderately lapelled jacket, and ex- ecutive-cut pants. W M A W SAVE Regularly The One-Pant Suit. Tip Top's Leishman, the pride of our tailor's bench. Slightly brighter checks ana plaids. Cut with bolder lapels. vents and pockets. And shaped a little neater at the waist Such incredible value is hard to find any- where. Regularly SAVE Open a convenient Tip Top Charge Account. I TIP TOP max. Saving money never Centre Village Mall Attack George Gluszak, 16, of Picture Butte will take part in the Southern Alberta Karate and Kung-Fu championships set for the LCI and Civic Centre this Saturday. Eliminations will be at the Collegiate while the finals are set for seven o'clock at the Civic. Minor hockey scores Telephone 328-8255 The Crowsnest Pass Golden Rams defeated the Lethbridge Voyageurs 6-4 in the championship final of their own third annual pee week hockey tournament over the weekend. The Golden Rams captured the tourney title with a perfect 3-0 record while the locals placed second with a 2-1 standing in the one-day event held Sunday. Gerard Dpbek led the Rams to their win in the tourney final with a hat-trick while team-mate Dave Rees chipped in with a pair. Allan Blankenship. Danny Laronde. Reggie Heggan and Rocky Terry replied for the locals, who trailed 4-1 after the first period. In their two other games. Heggan tallied twice to pace the locals to a 6-3 win over the High River Rangers and two markers by Bruce Besplug propelled the Voyageurs to an easy 7-2 decision over Calgary Fairview. Meanwhile on the local front Monday night, the Blades belted the Rangers 5-1 in a Bantam B encounter. Jeff Johnson and Randy Provick fired in two goals apiece for the Blades while Gary Tokariuk added a single. Kevin Wesko managed a singleton in a losing cause. In another Bantam B tilt, the Seals scored a goal in each of the three periods of play and dropped the Cougars 3-1. George JVemeth. Dennis Taylor and Ken Burla tallied for the winners while Boyd Cave replied for the losers. Brent Bentham picked up six points-and led the Nationals to an easy 15-1 victory over the Generals in a Midget House League game last night. Bentham led his team- mates with three goals and three assists while Craig Brown followed with four goals Craig Murray also added three goals in the win while singles came off the sticks of Dan Reidlhuber. Bruce Twa. Bob Severtson. Kevin Hunt and Glen Lewis. D Wright replied for the Generals. Darin Chaki fired in two goals and paced the Monarchs to a 4-2 win over the Lions in a Bantam B contest. Calvin Fuller and Don Credico aided with a goal each while Brad Dorrcn tallied twice in a cause. The Ti-Cats picked up a pair of exhibition game wins as they edged Cardston 4-3 and dumped Great Falls 10-1. In the Ti-Cat Cardston game Rod Ross scored twice to pace the winners while singles went to Peter Novak and Mike Burla. Tom Russle. with two, and Rust Healy replied for Cardston. Four goals by Doug Stephens led the way for the Ti-Cats over Great Falls Burla chipped in with two while Novak. Rob Hawkins. Tracy Gooler and Doug James completed the scoring. Jim Buzza averted a shutout for Great Falls. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL YBC JET BOYS Robert McCracken 156. Stephen Craii Tr. 164. Jim Miklos 154. Darren Seibel '46. Jimmy Lawson 153. Greg Paskuski Tomrny" Doyle 213 Dean Hovey 154. Craig Ellis 201. Bruce Gray 161 YBC BANTAM BOYS Rod Krokosh 185. Tom Amallo 164. Michael 165. Steven Kerver 224. Don Tinordi 216 Randy Paskuski 174. Darren Swaren 189. Faron EMis 164. Edwin Burwash 226 Stephen Taylor 180. Perry Allen 187. YBC JET GIRLS Pamela McDonald 142. Judy McKay 133. Patty Stanton 158 Lora Lee Burwash 134. Laurie Wishnevski 189. Toby Lees 156. Sandra Ferguson 171. Margaret Smyke 162. Nadine Poch 164. Lee-Ann Tunstall 154. YBC BANTAM GIRLS Lori Chaki 246 Jan Baker 197. Kim Tolley 172. Pam Virostek 160. Cara Coulter 162. Pam Slwgehiro 180. Wanda Loucy 136. Janelte Simpson 137. Stacey McCurdy 136. Cathy Hamilton 136 YBC JRS. SRS. Marty Shigehiro 279 Brenda Christie 24Q. Duane Guzzi 236 (644) Blair Snewchuk 280. Oawd VWks 234. Darlene Terry 262 Tse 281 Andrew Albiston 244 Harvie Pocza 290 Robin Stanton 231 Dany) Barley 230. Greg Krokosh 222 YOUNG ADULTS Ken Kurtz 294 (8121. Darwin Roroancbuk 358 Cindy Pedrroi 226. KaJie Pedrmi 274 (757J. Dana Gugyelka 252 (6531 Sheila Two bids in LAUSANNE. Switzerland