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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBNIDG5 MEHALD Pat Sullivan A bit of everything Despite the fact he is now a scout for the New York Islanders of the National Hockey Earl Ingarfield would like nothing better than to see the Regina Pats win the Memorial Cup... He coached the Pats a couple of years so little wonder his heart is with them Lethbridge's Randy who scored 49 goals for the last place Kamloops Chiefs in the Western Canada Hockey League this past will be keeping an eye on the NHL and the World Hockey Association drafts this year He enjoyed an excellent season and should go in the frist three rounds Jack DeHeer is home from Holland where he again toiled with Tilberg Trappers in the Dutch Hockey League He led the club in scoring and then played for the Dutch National team that took part in the World class championships He has received feelers from three professional clubs and will attend at least one camp He may not be making the trip across the big pond this coming fall. Brent sports director of CJOC will walk away from the CJOC mike for the last time today He is not leaving however he will join Harold Brown's CHEC Radio stable The National Football League has more to worry about than the fledgling World Football League The rumor is that Joe Kapp has spurned a seven- figure settlement in his suit against pro football and will eventually take the case gambling for even bigger money He would have to get it from the courts He was never good enough to earn a seven-figure contract with his talent Murray Olderman. of Newspaper Enterprise says that the vultures have moved in on boxing again The current according to is even sleazier than the old International Boxing Commission bunch that ran tBe sport into the ground at the start of the television age Bill Wertz and Jim Norris. of hockey headed IBC It's a long way but for Denny McLain it's a start The former Cy Young award winner has signed to pitch for London Majors of the Senior Inter-County the semi- professional baseball club announced today McLain won 31 games for Detroit Tigers in 1968 and has gone downhill ever since It may be an indicator Phil Bobby Orr and Ken Hodge of the Boston Bruins were named unanimously to the Hockey News all-star team as were Bobby Brian Ashbee and Bernie Parent of the Philadelphia Flyers I can see Clarke and Parent making the National League And how about If he isn't the best netminder in hockey today I would sure like to know who is That save Thursday on Pete Stemkowski of the Rangers was brilliant I know I said Rangers in but it seems they will have to win it in seven We'll know Sunday evening if the Rangers can win the big one. Paul Sullivan of the Lethbridge Lakers is expected to be in town within the next 10 days Names of players will come fast and furious after that time club president Reno Lizzi assures me that season tickets are going well And why shouldn't Where can you see 16 games of calibre baseball for I see where Cam Powley. formerly of Lethbridge. will play for the Calgary entry in the Western Canada Professional Fastball League ANGLO Sells... STEREO NEEDLES 419- 5thStreets. COURT HALTS ABA RI American Basketball Association efforts to bar 13 of its star players from participating in an all-star game with rival National Basketball Association players have been halted at least temporarily by a Rhode Isjand Superior Court ruling. Firestone Steel Belted Radial Tires SALE DR78X14 A9-95 Reg. 50.00. Special ..................Tat HR78x14and15 R9'95 Reg. 77.45. Special ..................Uaav JR78x15 RR'95 Reg. 85.60. Special .................UU Hurry While Stock UNION 76 Magrath Service 422 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328.9766 Short sport Over you go The provincial judo which will wind up the junior eliminations. Darryl Sanchuk is given this evening at the opened Friday night with a toss by Tom Sherwood. Phillies snap lengthy victory drought with narrow 2-1 victory over Dodgers DEAL AWAY MARAV1CH NEW ORLEANS Pete the hot- shooting guard of Atlanta was traded Friday to the New Orleans' expansion Judokas fighting for spot The 1974 provincial judo championship finals got underway at the Lethbridge YMCA Friday night. Alberta's top judokas are taking part in the two-day event which is being used to help the province select two teams for a pair of upcoming' Canadian championship finals. One of the squads to be chosen over the weekend will be a provincial youth team that will compete in the Canadian Junior Olympics set for August in Edmonton. The other team to be chosen will be made up of senior who'll compete in the Canadian national championships in Regina. The national senior finals will be held sometime in June. The youth team trials officially opened the annual affair last night and action will resume tonight at five o'clock with ladies' competition. The weekend tourney will finally conclude with the senior team trials at Results of the team trials will be tabulated either Saturday night or Sunday and will run in Monday's edition of the Herald By THE CANADIAN PRESS Some pitchers Eddie Watt of Philadelphia Phillies and Jerry Reuss of Pittsburgh never satisfied. Reliever Watt was unhappy with the pitch that preserved his team's 2-1 win over Los Angeles Dodgers Friday night m a National League baseball game one you can't throw too often and get away with it up in the strike said Watt of the pitch he threw past the Dodgers' Jimmy Wynn to get the final out of the game with the bases loaded. had better stuff as far as velocity is said Reuss after he scattered eight hits and posted his first win of the year as the Pirates downed Atlanta Braves 4-2. Houston Astros downed St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 and Chicago Cubs nipped Cincinnati Reds 6-5 in the only other National League games played Friday. EXPOS RAINED OUT Rain prevented games be- tween San Francisco Giants and the Expos at Montreal and San Diego Padres and the Mets at New York Watt preserved Ron Schue- ler's first win of the season and Philadelphia's first victory over Los Angeles after seven losses in a row going back to last Aug. 11. The Dodgers loaded the bases with one out in the ninth against who replaced Schueler in the but the reliever got Bill Russell to hit into a force at home before Wynn struck out was the worst pitch all said Philadelphia manager Danny Ozark. spun up there and 'Kiss but he Willie Montez delivered a homer and a key single for the Phillies Joe Hoerner came out of the bullpen and gave New York Yankees a lift. Trouble he pitches for Kansas City Royals. The reliever astonished al- most everyone in Royals sta- hitting two consecutive batters to help the Yankees forge a 5-4 American League baseball victory Friday night. Golf league LAKESIDE Low net Jack Innes. Gerry Sonny and Richard Singers tied 36 Low gross Singers 39. Low team net Bernie Al Rusty McCutcheon and Dave Stevens. Bill Taylor and Ron Hyndman tied 153. LAKESIDE Low net Roy Singers 34. Low gross Singers 37 Low team net Joe Al Andreachuk and Bob Don Roy Hyndman and Ralph Effler tied 153. Dorigatti House of Leth Imp Life Owens Walkers A W TEAM STANDINGS Parsons Singers...... Fraches Flemings Jubilee CHEC CJOC 15 13 10 6 6 6 6 Union 76...............5 Sugar Betters 3 Pahulje Herald Ace Bldg GAMES CITY HOCKEY SCHOOL REGISTRATION FORM BOYS 9-15 YEARS School for City of Lethbridge Residents SESSION 1 JUNE 24-29 a.m. a.m. p.m. I I p.m. SESSION II AUGUST 12-17 D a.m. a.m. p.m. D 7 I I p.m. I I noon p.m. noon p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. School for Southern Alberta District Residents SESSION III AUGUST 19-24 a.m. a.m. noon p.m. I I p.m. I I p.m. D p.m. p.m. ..........................................................Address........................................... Phone...................................................Position........................Medical Number Age to be accompanied by S25.00 registration All mutt In by May Application muat be addreeaed to and cheque mad. payabla to tlw CITY OF LETHBRIDGE ol Community Servlcea City of The applicant agrees that the City Hockf y School will not be held retpontlble lor any accident or IOM that may occur during the duration ot the School. Each boy mutt furnish all hit equipment tending equipment will be tupplieci' indicate T-thlrtt tlie-XL-L-M-S. HP Date Signature Accepted on a Pint Ural Served Batit. All Entry Feet Not Accepted Will Be Returned. For Further Information Phone Ext. or 327-1310. Poulsen resigns Dave Poulsen announced today he has resigned from his position as Director of Public Relations of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Poulsen is the only full-time employee in the AJHL and had held the post since June 1 of last year. In making the Poulsen cited the complete lack of co-operation on the part of most of the member teams as the main reason for his decision. In a letter to league President Jim Secular. Poulsen stated that it has become increasingly clear that the majority of the teams in the AJHL are only interested in their own operations with little or no thought for the league itself. Poulsen said that although he still believed strongly in the Alberta Junior Hockey League as an alternative in junior he doesn't feel the teams are ready for the concept of a full- time Director of Public Relations He said he will remain with the AJHL until June 30. never did that before in my said Hoerner after his second hit batsman forced in the Yankees' go-ahead run in the seventh inning. New York manager Bill Vir- don was just as surprised that's a new way for my club to he said. never seen Hoerner do and I've seen him pitch a lot In other American League Chicago White Sox routed Milwaukee Brewers 10- 3. Detroit Tigers nipped Minnesota Twins Oakland As trimmed Cleveland Indians 3-1 and the California Angels blanked Baltimore Orioles 2-0. Ram postponed the game between Texas Rangers and Boston Red Sox. YANKS TRAILED The Yankees trailed 4-3 when they rallied in the seventh inning. Horace Clarke opened with an infield single against Steve the second Kansas City pitcher. Roy White singled Clarke to third and took second on the Ihrow from the outfield At this Hoerner came into the game and issued an intentional walk to Lou Piniella to load the bases Chris Charnbliss forced Clarke at the plate but Bobby Murcer knocked in the tying run with a sacrifice fly Hoerner then nicked Ron Blomberg on a 3-2 pitch to re- load the bases and then on his next hit Graig Nettles to force in the Yankees' winning run. Both pitches hit the batters in the back. The loss dropped the Royals deeper into the American League West basement. A three-run homer by Brian Downing highlighted a seven- run third inning for the White who won for the ninth time in their last 12 starters HORTON BEAT TWINS Willie Horton cracked a three-run homer in the sixth leading Detroit past Minnesota Joe Decker was pitching a four-hit shutout until Horton came through. Run-scoring singles by Joe Rudi. Gene Tenace and Ray Fosse in the seventh inning lifted the As past Cleveland's Jim who was trying for his second shutout in a row. Rookie left-hander Frank Tanana stifled Baltimore on three none until the then needed last-out help from two relievers to preserve Cali- fornia's win Homers by Bob Oliver and Tom McCraw accounted for the Angel runs. DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. a DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern 308 9th St. S. 320-1228 Iranchise of the National Basketball Association. The still nameless Iranchise must surrender first-round draft choices to the Hawks for the. 1974 and 1975 player then swap choices with the Hawks in 1976 and if advantageous to Atlanta. In Atlanta gets the first guard and forward selected by New Orleans from the player pool created for expansion teams. FERNANDEZ LEADS PARIS Vicente Fernandez of Argentina shot his way into the second-round lead Friday of the French Open golf championship with a three-under-par 68. Fernandez had a 139 total at the halfway mark of the tournament over the yard par-71 Chantilly course. John Fourie of South the first-round was two strokes back at 141 after taking a 72. Bill Tape of Ont.. shot 74 for a 149 total. GULLS TAKE WING SAN DIEGO San Diego Gulls of the Western Hockey League are being evicted from the Sports Arena to make way for the World Hockey Association's transplanted Jersey Knights. STAGS WANT WILSON DETROIT Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League didn't want Johnny Wilson as but apparently Michigan Stags do. who lost his job with the Wings in is expected to sign a contract with the Stags as soon as details are cleared up in where he signed on two months ago to coach the World Hockey Association's Racers. The Stags recently moved to Detroit from Los where they were known as the Sharks. ELRICH TIRE SPORT LEAGUE Eaat W L York 15 10 Detroit 12 600 LEAGUE Eaat W St Louis 13 Montreal 11 542 Boston Minnesota Diego FRIDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 017 020 13 0 Milwaukee 001 001 3 6 1 Wood and Herrmann. Wright Sprague Champion Kobel and Moore HRs Chi. Downing Mil Money Briggs Mitchel New York 300 000 12 1 Kansas City 100 300 7 0 Medich and Mingon Hoerner Bird and Healy HRs KC Pinson Sohta Roias Detroit 000 003 9 1 Minnesota 100 010 9 1 Slayback Hiller and Moses. Decker Hands and Hundley HRs Mm Braun Det Horton Cleveland 100 000 7 0 Oakland 000 000 6 1 J Perry and Holtzman Fingers and Fosse. Baltimore 000 000 3 0 California 000 100 4 0 Grimsley and Tanana Selma May and Rodriguez HRs Cal Oliver McGraw LEAGUE LEADERS American League AB R H Pet. Mm 93 12 37 398 Jackson. Oak 84 19 33 393 Cal. 59 12 23 390 Det .50 5 18 360 Piniella. NY 64 8 23 .359 Blomberg NY 53 12 19 .358 Griffin. Bos 72 8 25 347 Gnch. Bal 74 14 25 338 B 74 12 25 338 McRae. KC 74 13 25 338 Home runs Nettles New York. Jackson 10 Runs baited in Jackson. Nettles. 26 Pitching 3 decisions1 Killer. 3-0. 1 000. New New York. 5-1. Texas. 5-1. 833 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles 000 000 9 0 Philadelphia 010 100 8 1 Rau Marshall and Schueler Scarce Watt and Boone HR- Pha Mcntanez Atlanta 000 002 8 0 Pittsburgh 004 000 9 1 Harrison House and Reuss and Sanguillen St Louis 100 000 8 0 Houston 000 100 6 0 Foster Carman and Simmons. Osteen and M. May HR Hou L May Cincinnati 020 000 12 2 Chicago 001 011 9 1 Borbon Norman Osburn Carroll and Burns Kremmel Pma and Lundsted HRs. Cm Foster Rose Chi Monday San Francisco at ppd rain San Diego at New ppd rain LEAGUE LEADERS National League AB H H Pet. SL 92 10 37 402 SF 100 17 37 370 Pgh ..80 16 29 363 Pha 58 12 21 362 SL 97 17 35 361 Hou 73 7 26 356 3D 73 13 26 .356 Gross. Hou .76 16 27 .355 Watson. Hou 95 17 33 .347 Schmidl. Pha 77 11 26 338 Home runs Aaron Atlanta. Perez. Garvey Los Los 6 Runs batted in- 22 Pitching 3 decisions Los Angeles. New 3- Brewer. Los Angeles. Los 4-1. San Francisco. 4-1. 800 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Sales and Service 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;