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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 LETHBRIDQE HERALD I. Bowling scores HOLIDAY 10WL MONDAY MIXf 0 Ken Maleomton 283 Sam Glrardl 276 Irma Oberg John Kovacs 274 Linda Malcomton Sid Pollock 293. Rollle Jalbert 328 Murray Vlckers Ruth AldoH Tlno luvate 272 John 295 Jack Smeed Karlyn Sp'tzer Lawrence Fobert Roy Cunningham Ethel Skinner 278. PEPCI Karl Campa 251 Joanne McTlghe 202. Bill McTlghe 206. Ed Carpenter Jean D Christie Dick Kooprnan 260. ALCON Joe Bruges Garry WIN Eva Link Shirley Brooks Rogan Sinclair Joan Brown Ellas Sawllla Ruth Aldoff 263 Lorraine Miller Jack Tremblay 248 HAIRY QUEEN LADIES Mtry Potvin 228. Maud Patterson Hope Ferguson Erma McGuIre 228 Helen Hossettl 258. Eileen Carter 277 Mabel Wlgglll 269. WEDNESDAY NIOHT WMNO. Terry Tokltiu 251. Marie Barnett 270 Jokuty 327 Terry Gray Debbte Firth Dorothy Napper Carol Hall 242 Marg Mlchalenko 296 Meianie Wllion 243. Karlyn Spitter 250. Jeanrwtte Smeed 263. Diane Qiuszkowskl 241. Shirley Boyd 261. COMMERCIAL MINI Richard Chudoblak 309. Dan Flnnerty 299. John Rempel 301 Bill Braun 307. Sam Qlrardl 330 Bob Coatanzo 365 Berme Bailey 325 Ellas Sawllla 299 Roy Chanda Baden Pilling 308 WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LADIES SPUING Barb Jarvle 272 Isabel Bergman 232 Grace Van Dyck 275 Chris Wast Carol Crombez Kathleen Bernhart Freda Linn Frances Bambrick Dorothy Sorensen 256 Erma MsGuIre 255 Joan SudO 276 BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. College Mall Phone 329-4727 The following people were tho lucky winners during our OFFICIAL GRAND OPENING CELE- BRATIONS. 1st LEAH LORAN Box Alta. 12'x15' Panama Paprika 2nd OLSEN Mountain Alta. 12'x15' Panama Spring Lilac 3rd VANDER KNYFF Box Coaldalv 9'x12'Ports of Call 4th BARRY 202-26th St. Lathbrldgt Outdoor Carpeting Value 5th LUPKOSKI 1142-27 St. North Velvet Oil Painting 6th SCHNEIDER 1232-12 Ave.S. Lazy Dazy Carpet Sweeper 6 more winners of a Shag Carpet Rake CHUCK OBER MRS. R.WALDO 513 24 St. Lethbridge Alta. CLARA SOLBERG Magrath. Alta. MRS. E. V. COOPER 2010-IOAve. Leth. BRENDA ANDERSON Alta. PAT FRASER 306-1421 A.hgrove Lethbridge Who s on firs t Johnny Oates of Atlanta Braves and Chicago Cub pitcher Steve Stone meet at first base with Cub second baseman Vic Harris backing up the play. Stone got to first and Oates was out. Filion named new coach QUEBEC Maurice Filion has been appointed general manager of Quebec John president of the World Hockey Association announced Tuesday. who signed a one- year replaces Jacques who resigned as coach and general manager of the club last Saturday after serving one year of a 10-year contract. Dacres also announced that Andre who recently invested in the would be the executive in charge of the hockey operation Filion will report to who will be responsible to the club's board of directors. This past Filion served as chief scout of the Nordiques. In the team's first year of Filion started out as the club's chief scout but took over the coaching duties when Maurice Richard resigned after only two games Before joining the Filion was coach of Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and guided them to a Memorial Cup championship in 1971. Dacres said Filion had agreed to terms with the Nordiques Tuesday morning. he is as good a negotiator with the players as he was with us this we will end up with a good said. Filion said it will be his re- sponsibility to choose the new coach of the who finished fifth in the WHA's East Division this marking the second time in two years Quebec has missed the playoffs. Norman wasn't very one mistake cost him game The ASSOCIATED PRESS Tom Griffin and Fred Nor- man were brilliant while pitching to the plate Tuesday but their throwing to other bases left something to be desired. Griffin hurled a one-hitter- Willie Stargell's second-inning his Houston Astro team-mates made up for his throwing error by rallying to edge Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 in a National League baseball game. Norman wasn't so al- though he allowed only six hits and struck out most by a Cincinnati pitcher in six years. His wild pickoff throw set up the game's only run in the ninth inning and St. Louis Cardinals nipped the Reds 1-0. San Francisco Giants swept a pair from New York Mets 4-3 and San Diego Padres beat Philadelphia Phillies 5-3 in 13 innings and Chicago Cubs shaded Atlanta Braves 3-2. Los Angeles at Montreal was rained out. Pittsburgh took a 1-0 lead over Griffin in the fifth inning without a hit when third base- man Doug Rader committed two errors and Griffin made a wild throw attempting to pick Richie Zisk off second allowing the run to score. The Astros tied it in the sixth on Bob Watson's a wild a groundout and Rader's single. They won it in the eighth on a single by Watson and a triple by ex- Pirate Milt May. threw a lot of fast but I didn't have my real good fast said who walked one and struck out seven in hurling the second one-hitter of his career. I had excellent control and I could put it where I The Cardinals beat Norman when Reggie Smith opened the ninth with a took second on the left-hander's wild pickoff went to third on an infield out and scored on Joe Torre's sacrifice fly. said Nor- man. can throw home and not to first base. I was so con- scious of stepping correctly and not balking that I didn't concentrate on the throw. Losing a game like that is like losing 104 to Lynn McGlothen limited the Reds to four hits and three walks. Gary Matthews of the Giants slammed a three-run homer off Tom Seaver in the eighth inning of the opener and broke up a pitching duel in the nightcap with a run- scoring double in the ninth. Steve Ontiveros also homered in the opener for the Giants while team-mate Bobby Bonds doubled home the other two runs in the nightcap. Jim making his first start of the limited the Mets to seven nits in the second game before giving way to Randy Moffitt with one out in the ninth. Wood has seen his Tigers saw him solve same THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's episode of the Wilbur Wood Show was a mixture of drama and suspense with a surprise happy ending. It won't challenge many programs for top but Wood doesn't seem to mind. A videotape machine Chicago White Sox purchased before spring training this season has helped Wood come back from a weak start. By reviewing tapes of his performances as a critic would a weekly Wood conquered a flaw in his style and beat Detroit Tigers 1-0 in 11 innings Tuesday night. In other American League baseball Minnesota Twins blanked Milwaukee Brewers New York Yan- kees trimmed Texas Rangers 4-3 in 12 Cleveland In- dians beat California Angels 5- and Baltimore Orioles bombed Oakland Athletics 9-3. The happy ending to Wood's show was provided by catcher Ed whose llth-in- ning home run gave Chicago the win. a left-handed knuck- noticed his stride was too long while looking at previous and credits the electronic aid with a solution to the problem. I couldn't have accomplished the correction this Wood said after his 10-strikeout victory. can tell you these but when you see them you learn He allowed a fourth-inning single to Mickey Stanley and a lOth-inning single to Willie Horton. He overshadowed a fine per- formance by Detroit's Lerrm who allowed four hits. Joe Decker of Minnesota survived cold rain and eight Milwaukee hits to shut out the Brewers behind Tony Oliva's first home run of the season. Harmon Killebrew accounted for the other runs by doubling home Larry Hisle in the third inning and singling in the fifth for the second of his three hits. New York's Elliott Maddox hit a 12tn-mning double that drove in Thurman Munson- with the run that defeated Texas. GRAND Treat Mom like a Queen on her Sun- May 12th give her a famous West Bend appliance guaranteed to please her now and for many years to come. Turn Mom on with a gift she can turn on now at special prices at Hoyt's from FOR DOWNTOWN NORTH LETHBRIDGE WEST BEND NEW 9 CUP POLY PERK The perfect balance of elegant styling and practical construction. Molded polypropylene is the space age material that won't chip or de-color through normal dally use Choice of avocado or poppy Brews 5 to 9 cups of delicious coffee automatically Keeps coffee at serving temperature. Reg. 14.95 MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL 10 99 7.50 MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL 6M WEST BEND ELECTRIC SEE'N'SERVE BUN WARMER Meed hot right on the tabto. 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