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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 28, THE LETHMIDQE HERALD First shot of tourney Wally Hilderman of Calgary and Bill Timms, high chief ranger of Edmonton, sweep home the 100th anniversary cake, for the Independent Order of Foresters Saturday. The shot kicked off a two-day bqnspiel which saw Wayne Franchuk of Edmonton win the first event over Ray Scraba of Calgary. Visiting rinks won all four events at the Lethbridge Curling Club. Sands belting the ball at steady clip What a difference a year makes THE ASSOCIATED PRESS California catcher Charlie Sands is violating Ydgr Berra's old theory: There are -only so many hits in your bat so why waste them during spring training? Sands cracked his second pinch homer Saturday, a three-run shot that lifted the Angels to a 4-3 victory over Milwaukee Brewers. Sunday, he walloped a grand-slam home run and a double as the- Angels trounced the: Brewers, It was his.fourth home run of- the training seasdh, givfng him 12 runs batted in and a .615 batting average. It's a far cry from 1967 when Sands spent the entire season on the New York Yankees bench. He quit baseball last year after one game with Toledo of the International League, but was lured back into action by Salt Lake City in the Pacific Coast League. The Angels brought him up in September: In other Sunday games, one squad of Cincinnati Reds beat New York Mets 10-8 while the other half of the team bowed 5-2 to St. Louis Cardinals, Baltimore Orioles beat Atlanta Braves 8-1, Los Angeles Dodgers blanked Houston Astros' 3-0, Texas Rangers edged. Montreal Expos 3-2, Pittsburgh Pirates trounced Philadelphia. Phillies 7-2, Chicago Cubs beat -San Francisco Giants 5-4, Kansas City Detroit Tigers 7-2, Cleveland Indians beat University of Arizona 9-4, and San Diego Padres beat Oakland Athletics 2-0. Saturday it was Minnesota 8 f Buy the steel-belted tire that gives you most of the steel radial features. Extra-wide, extra-low design, combined with steel belts for optimum traction, handling stability. Excellent mileage. Steel belts provide best hazard protection. PRICE G70-14 H70-14 G70-1S H70-35 L7Q 44.95 48.95 45.95 49.95 52.95 EVERYTHING YOU EXPECT FROM ATMS. AND MOKE. STEEL BELTED RADIAL Greater carcass strength, reinforced by a steel belt gives yon maximum resistance to road damage. Cooler running and atari stable tread constroctiop restdis in almost twice the mileage of conventional bias tires. For import mi compact cars, ask about Atlas Rayon belted ftadials wftli fjiovcn performance design. Rifle on the toughness of steel And get great orittgc and superior handling besides, it very best lire. And that says it all Radial design keeps WlUitri width on the road wen doling high speed cornering for safer handling. less rolling resistance means gas consumption sawng of between 5% and 10% (compared to the Alias MKJ) Use your Esso or Chargex credit card Each Atlas tire carries the Imperial Oil Guarantee no more than prices quoted at participating Esso retailers at Houston 7, Los Angeles 15 Montreal 6, White Sox 7 Philadelphia 4, Cubs 6 San TduriciscO 0; -San Diego !14 Western University 0, Texas 9 Yankees 8, Cleveland 3 Oakland 2, Baltimore 10 Atlanta 2. Mike Cabbage's single in the 15th inning scored the winning run for Texas Sunday. The 3-2 loss was Montreal's sixth straight. Tony Perez cracked a three- run double in the eighth inning to lift Cincinnati past the Mets. Jose Cruz drove in three runs and his brother Hector homered as St. Louis defeated the other squad of Reds. Two-run singles by Andy Etchebarren. and Rich Coggins highlighted a pair of late uprisings that enabled Baltimore to beat Atlanta. Right-hander Steve Kline checked the White Sox on three hits and one run in six innings as the Yankees won on a seventh-inning wild pitch by Chicago's Stan Perzanowski. BREAKS M TIE Willie Crawford's bases- loaded single in the eighth broke a scoreless tie and sparked Los Angeles to its victory over Houston. Richie- Zisk slammed two home runs and Bob Robertson hit one as Pittsburgh trounced Philadelphia. Bill Greif, Rich Troedson 'and Vincente Romo held Oakland to six hits as San Diego blanked the world champions. Vada Pinson hit a home run off Mickey Lolich and Amos Otis cracked a two-run double, powering Kansas City over Detroit. Orlando Cepeda and Tommy Harper stroked two-run singles and Boston struck for five runs in the sixth inning to beat Minnesota despite home runs by the Twins' Steve Braun. Bob Darwin and Eric Soderholm. Rookie Chris Ward rapped a two-run single in the fifth inning, leading the Cubs over San Francisco. John Ellis drilled a two-run homer and singled in another run to pace Cleveland over the Universitv of Arizona. RUNNERS SHARE RECORD WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J