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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Dodger miscues Expos lose twice more THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Comedians Bud Abbott and Lou Costello never figured out who's on first and Los Angeles Dodgers couldn't figure out Sunday who was supposed to be on second. Second baseman Dave Lopes and shortstop Bill Russell both were on but as not base runners. And it so rattled pitcher Tommy John that he made a wide setting up a two-run Philadelphia rally in the ninth inning that gave the Phillies to a 3-2 win over Los Angeles. Elsewhere in the National St. Louis Cardinals shaded Houston Astros Cincinnati Reds downed Chicago Cubs San Francisco Giants won a doubleheader from Montreal Expos 4-0 and Atlanta Braves edged Pittsburgh Pi- rates and New York Mets split a pair with San Diego losing the opener 5-4. and taking the nightcap 6-4 in 10 innings. In Saturday's games it was Chicago 3 Cincinnati Mon- treal 4 San Francisco New Vork 6 San Diego Pittsburgh 4 Atlanta Philadelphia 7 Los Angeles ind Houston 3 St. Louis 2. John held the Phils to four lits and one unearned run antil Mike Schmidt opened the ninth with 'a single. Greg Luzinski bunted and John threw wild to second. was expecting the bunt and was breaking toward said manager Danny Un- fortunately for the so was Russell. John turned around and saw two men covering the it confused Relief ace Mike Marshall replaced John and Bill Robinson sacrificed the runners along. Del Unser was. intentionally loading the but Tommy Hutton was unintentionally forcing home the tying run. After Bob Boone fouled Mike Rogadzinski walked on four pushing the win- ning run across the plate. Reggie Smith's two-run homer and Bob Gibson's five- hit pitching through eight innings enabled the Cardinals to end a three-game losing streak and snap Houston's five-game victory skein. Home runs by Joe Morgan and Johnny Bench sparked Cincinnati. Bench also delivered a run-scoring as did Tony Perez. Jack Billingham held the Cubs to five hits until the eighth when they scored both their runs on Carmen Fanzone's bases- loaded single. Mike Caldwell tossed a six- hitter for the Giants in the first game while Tom Bradley' pitched a four-hitter in the nightcap and San Francisco took advantage of four Montreal errors for seven unearned runs. Two of the errors came in the fifth inning. Steve Ontiveros1 got aboard when centre fielder Willie Davis dropped his fly ball and Chris Speier was safe on one of three errors by shortstop Larry Lintz. Dave Kingman followed with a three-run homer. Ron Reed and Tom House teamed oh a six-hitter and Dave Johnson belted a two- run homer for Atlanta against Pittsburgh. The Braves scored all their runs in the third on Hank Aaron's Johnson's a walk to Ivan a single by Reed and Ralph Garr's single. John Milner's two-run homer in the 10th inning gave the Mets to a 6-4 victory in the nightcap. The Mets blew a 3-0 lead in the eighth inning but tied it in the ninth on Ken Bos well's pinch RBI single. In the San Diego's Clarence Gaston doubled home the tying run in the ninth inning against New York relief ace Tug McGraw and then scored the winner on a two-out single by Derrel Thomas. Celtic-Buck final series is now a best of three By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Milwaukee noted for their mighty talked of defence and the defensive minded Boston Celtics spoke of offence as the two teams headed for Milwaukee and the fifth game Tuesday of their showdown for the National Basketball Association championship. defence was a lot but I expected it to be as we went Milwaukee coach Larry Costello said Sunday after the Bucks evened the best of seven series 2-2 with a 97-89 victory. broke down Boston captain John Havlicek said. didn't have real good rhythm. Maybe we were cutting the wrong way. They played real good but we were standing around and being Costello pulled a surprise in the fourth game in a move designed to break through Boston's full court press. He started 6- foot-7 Mickey normally a in the back-court with Robertson. change helped us a Costello said. of we had Jon McGlockin Davis played 28 minutes and contributed 15 eight in the first period. playing with his injured leg heavily saw 22 minutes of scoring 10 points. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar led the Bucks with 34 points. Havlicek and Dave Cowens topped Boston with 33 and respectively. In the American Basketball Utah with as many as four players listed as limp home hoping to regroup in Game 3 of their championship series with the New York Nets. The Stars are hoping that a possible return by centre Zelmo Beaty can get them back on the winning track after losing the first two games of the championship series. Beaty has been sidelined with a severe groin infection since the Stars played Indiana Pacers in the fourth game of the ABA semi-finals. Ron Boone has played 574 consecutive games since becoming a pro in 1968. His presence became doubtful when he injured his hand after slugging Brian Taylor in Saturday's won by the Mets 118-94. New York star Julius Erving was the high scorer in game No. 2 with 32 points following his 47 point outburst in the opener of the best-of-seven series. Jimmy Jones and Willie Wise each scored 19 points for but as Wise Nets' bench did us Six New York reserves combined for 51 points. Emms pleased with Hawks CALGARY Coach Daul Emms declared himself with the calibre of Sunday night after his St. Catharines Black Hawks rimmed Quebec Remparts 4- in the opening game of the 1974 Memorial Cup round- robin playoffs. But his father who owns the had other ideas. played about half as well as we said the 69- year-old Emms. could tell 'we were a better club than we showed tonight. Captain Rick Hampton batted home two loose pucks to spark the Ontario champions. Washington teams capture titles Senior champions Seattle won the senior crown at the LDS volleyball championships. The winners front left to Mike Tracy Gerstner and Al Dance. Kim Steve Ron Randall Quinton and Warren Mar- quardson. A pair of American teams from the state of Washington captured top honors in the 1974 Latter-day Saints Northwest Regional Volleyball Tournament staged in Lethbridge over the weekend. Some 28 teams from western Canada and northwest United States took part in the two-day double-knockout event held at the Lethbridge Community University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge Stake Centre Friday and Saturday. The annual all-church volleyball finals were divided into two divisions with Mount Lake Terrace 'winning the junior men's title and Seattle winning the senior men's title. The Terrace squad walked away with their first place finish by defeating Calgary Bow Valley four straight times in the championship final while Seattle picked up the senior crown by dumping in two consecutive tilts. Third place in the junior division went to the Edmonton sixth ward while Taber placed third in the senior class. Meanwhile ail-star teams were selected in both divisions at the conclusion of the two- day affair. Junior all-star team awards went to Scott Dalton of Calgary Bow Paul Sadlier of Brett Olsen of Edmonton sixth Craig Lanning of and Steve Blocher of Renton. The most valuable player award was presented to Ronald Jeffs of Mount Lake Terrace while his teammates picked up the team sportsmanship trophy. Senior all-star awards were handed out to Lloyd Fairbanks of Art Bareham of Doug Budd of Edmonton sixth Floyd Gale of and Brian Pendleton of Renton. The most valuable player award in the senior division went to Warren Marquardson of Seattle while Edmonton was given the team sportsmanship trophy. Marquardson is a former Stirling resident. Short sport Junior champs Mount Lake won the junior title. The winners front left to Brett Phillip Todd Mauer. Centre Scott Ken Bob Austin. Back coach Ted Deloy Ron Brent Long and Kelly Christensen. Killebrew still able to crank the odd one The ASSOCIATED PRESS Minnesota's Harmon Kill- at is not the feared slugger he once but he still has his moments. He had two of them unloading career home runs 549 and 550 as the Twins blasted the Detroit Tigers 8-3. Killebrew put the Twins on top with a two-run shot off De- troit lefty Woody Fryman in the first inning and followed that with a 434-foot solo blast in the fifth. Elsewhere in the American Texas and Boston split a the Rangers winning 5-3 and the Red Sox Kansas City Royals whipped New York Yankees 8- Chicago White Sox edged Milwaukee Brewers California Angels shaded Baltimore Orioles and Oakland and Cleveland divided a twin the A's winning 3-0 and the Indians Cannonade gallops to victory LOUISVILLE John Dlin's the of the heavily ravored Stephens tipped along the inside rail Saturday for an easy ength victory in the 100th Kentucky Derby. As the largest field in the history of the Derby swung wide in the final jockey Angel Cordero said he saw the opening and took it. moved outside and all looking for running room as he approached the then went to the whip to overtake the pace-setting Hudson County. like most other riders in the complained of traffic having to work his way from 12th to first in the 23-horse field to earn the largest purse in American racing Olin. Robert Cohen's Hudson a member of the mu- tuel finished 3Vi lengths in front of the Meeken Stable Agitate. J.R.'s was another three-quarters of a length to the rear. it a Olin said from his St. Louis home after the race. the 81-year-old head of the Olin Matheson Chemical wasn't able to be at the Derby because he a SAFETY Make sure you can stop us check brakes your If will Install Genuine GM Brake shoes and linings They're best for your car and they fit without fiddling triinwl inputs Mai Guardian I iimtnanca BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SERVICE DEPARTMENT 2nd A and 8lh 328-1101 slight coronary as I wanted to be doctors thought it was best that I remain home. But I saw everything on television and it was Cannonade had won only one of four races this season and his Seth Hancock's got all the pre-Derby headlines. But when it Judger was eighth at the wire. Not only was the total purse the largest ever offered in a race in this but fans crammed into Churchill many just to say they were present for the 100th Derby. W. C. who trains both Cannonade and said he was pleased for Olin he's been so great to me over the years I trained his England's Princess Margaret and her Lord the most famed royalty ever to attend the watched the race from a pagoda near the winner's circle. of the pronun- the Kentucky Derby is as important to you as our English Derby is to us and I congratulate Mr. the princess said. The British pro- nounce the word derby as rallying 9-3. In Saturday's Kansas City defeated New York Texas beat Boston 1- Chicago beat Milwaukee 4- Minnesota blanked Detroit Cleveland defeated Oakland and Baltimore lost to California 3-1. Killebrew now has four homers and 13 runs batted in for the season. Larry Hisle and Bobby Darwin also hit homers for the all at the expense of now 0- 3. Vic Albury was the winner for Minnesota with relief help from Bill Campbell. Gary Sutherland hit a two-run homer and Gerry Moses a solo shot for Detroit. Tom Grieve rapped a pair of run-scoring singles and Jeff Burroughs drove in another with a double as Texas held onto the top spot in the West Division. Steve won it while Luis Tiant lost for the fourth time in five deci- sions. Boston snapped a five-game losing streak in the nightcap as Rick Burleson arid Dwight Evans belted three-run homers. Evans also contributed a single and double as Juan Marichal got credit for his first AL victory. Dave Nelson and Toby Harrah homered for Texas. Vada Pinson cracked a 2-2 tie with a two-run homer in the seventh and the Royals racked New York newcomer Dick Woodson for four runs in the three of them on a double by Fran Healy. Steve Busby allowed just six hits to raise his record to 4-3. Bobby Murcer drove in both Yankee runs with a single and sacrifice fly. Bucky Dent's first major league home a two-run shot in the Chicago the victory. Dick' collected a pair of singles for the Sox to extend his hitting streak to 14 games. Milwaukee scored its runs in the ninth on singles by Pedro Garcia and Dave-May and a three-run homer by Don Money. Rookie Dave Chalk's ninth- inning homer gave California its margin of extending the Angels' winning streak to six games and Baltimore's losing streak to five. Frank Mickey Rivers and Bobby Valentine homered for the Angels. Dick Selma was the winner and Grant Jackson the both in relief. Catfirfh Hunter hurled a five-hitter and Sal Bando belted a two-run homer for the SIGN WITH RIDERS OTTAWA Veteran defensive back Al Marcelin and three import rookies have signed contracts with Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League. Marcelin returns to the club for his fifth consecutive year. Other signings announced Saturday include receivers Clavin Cully from the University of Alexander Edlin from the University of Tampa and Rodney University of Texas. YANKS RELEASE SIMS NEW YORK New York. Yankees purchased infielder Fernando Gonzalez from Kansas City Royals Sunday in an American League baseball transaction. At the same they .released veteran catcher Duke Sims and assigned pitcher Rick Sawyer to their farm team in the International League. PROMOTE OUTFIELDER CHICAGO Chicago Cubs called up outfielder Jim Tyrone from their Wichita farm team in the American Association Sunday as a replacement for third baseman Bill who is on the disabled list with a ankle. On Cold Lake at quiet hum of Johnson's new 9. to disturb the morning's stillness. Miles of water teeming with game fish. A paradise for skilled anglers seeking the '.'big And Johnson is right there with them. 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