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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 0-THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD May 1974 En garde Pat left and Janet Shaw in action. Fans in Cincinnati just showered injured player with beer By THE CANADIAN PRESS Houston's Bob bleeding and nearly slumped to the artificial turf during a National League baseball game Sunday at Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium. After an effort to catch a fly hit by the Reds' Merv the Astro outfielder crashed into the left field wall and collapsed. While Rettenmund continued around the bases for a Home run. fans in the stands showered Watson's motionless body with cups of beer. The incident took place during a 4-2 Cincinnati win in the second game of a doubleheader. The Reds also won the opener 5-0. Watson's two-run homer earlier in the second game had given Houston its only runs. CEDENO WAS MAD was laying there bleeding and could have been blinded from hitting the said outfielder Cesar Cedeno. wish I could have climbed up there with a said who needed 12 stitches to close a wound under his right eye after the collision. Cincinnati manager Sparky Anderson raced to the fallen outfielder and shouted angrily at the fans who had showered Watson. About 12 of them were removed to the cheers of the 33.000 spectators. Fred Norman pitched a five-hitter in the opener and Clay Kirby allowed two hits in the nightcap for the Reds. Rettenmund. Dave Concepcion and Johnny Bench homered for Cincinnati in the opener. In Sunday's other National League games. Philadelphia Phillies trimmed Pittsburgh Pirates 8-7. Chicago Cubs edged New York Mets 4-3. Los Angeles Dodgers tripped San Diego Padres 15-9. and Atlanta Braves downed San Francisco Giants 5-1 in the first game of a doubleheader. then lost the second 6-2. St. Louis Cardinals and the Expos were rained out at Montreal. EXPOS DOWN CARDS In Saturday's the Expos downed the Cardinals 3-1. the Giants nipped the Braves the Mets downed the Cubs 6-3. the Astros defeated the Reds 4-2. the Phillies tripped Pirates and the Dodgers overcame the Padres 9-6. In Sunday's game. Mike Anderson drove in two runs with a sixth-inning homer and Del Unser drove in three runs for the Phillies who took over first place in the East Division. George Mitterwald's ninth-inning single scored Chicago pinch-runner Matt beating the Mets' Tom Seaver. who also gave up a two-run homer to Jose Cardenal in the first. Steve Yeager's two-run single capped a six-run 13th inning for the who won their fifth in a row. Jim who hit three home runs hit another in Sunday's game. Hank Aaron's 721st career homer highlighted Atlanta's first-game victory An error by shortstop Craig Robinson led to a four-run San Francisco eighth inning in the second game. Jed Chapin top fencer in Alberta Jed Chapin of Edmonton proved his superiority as a swordsman in the 1974 Alberta fencing championships staged at the Lethbridge Catholic Central High School this past weekend. Some 47 top-notch fencers representing eight provincial clubs took part in the two-day finals Chapin was to say the in the seniors competition as he carted away all the trophies in his class. He opened up the two-day finals by capturing the foil title and then followed with victories in the epee and sabre events. In all three cases he edged out teammate Robert Baron who forced the champion into a barrage in the foil and sabre events. Meanwhile two other- Edmontonians carted home trophies after the weekend affair. Nina Shiels won the women's foil title by defeating teammate Helen Sachs while Sachs came back to win the junior Olympics crown by dropping Janet Shaw also of Edmonton. The three class champions along with nine other selected fencers will now represent Alberta in the Canadian fencing championships. The Alberta team will include Edmontonians Tom Lawrence Helmut Alex Gerald Samuel and Juliet McMarten along with Ian Jamieson of Red Deer. Two softball leagues open The 1974 Lethbridge Women's Softball League will officially get underway at Dave Elton Park tonight. Two games are slated for the opening night with starting times set for and eight. Meanwhile the 1974 Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball League will begin its season at Dave Elton Tuesday evening. Picture Butte Rae Motors will host York Farm Generals in the league opener at seven o'clock and will be followed by the Lethbridge Hotel Northstars facing the Labor Club Athletics at More so now that he is the enemy LETHBRIDGE BLIND BOWLERS Marie Richardson Frances Penn Len Chambers Jack Stacey Clayton Heib recently won the ALICE CALAWAY TROPHY In competition with Blind Bowlers from Calgary and Medicine Hat. The competition was held in Edmonton. Fans dislike McAuliffe By THE CANADIAN PRESS Detroit fans who didn't like Dick McAuliffe when he played for their Tigers have even less reason to be happy with him now. CANADIAN ROLLER DERBY May 20th p.m. EXHIBITION PAVILION Admission Ringside S4.00 Bleachers S3.00 Children off Tickets on sale at Dougs Sports or Lethbridge Exhibition Office CANADIAN ALL STARS vs BALTIMORE WASHINGTON CATS for First International Roller Derby League PLUS HALF TIME GIRLS RACE Watch Roller Dzrby every Saturday on Channel 13 at p.m. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE Multicocal Lens Enjoy the who played with the Tigers from 1961 until he was traded during the off-sea- hit a tie-breaking double in the 10th inning at Tiger Sta- dium Sunday to give Boston Red Sox a 4-3 American League baseball victory. Carl Yastrzemski and Rico Petrocelli singled off Detroit relief ace John Killer before McAuliffe pulled a double down the right field line. feels very said McAuliffe about playing in Detroit against the Tigers. He asked to be traded to the Red Sox to be near his New England home. In Sunday's other American League Chicago White Sox beat Texas Rangers Oakland A's mauled Minnesota Milwaukee beat New York Yankees 7-3 and Kansas City Royals swept California Angels 3-2 and 5-2. Baltimore Orioles and Cleveland Indians were rained out. In Saturday's the A's beat the Twins the Brewers nipped the Yankees the Orioles hammered the Indians the Rangers shaded the White Sox the Red Sox toppled the Tigers 8- and the Royals trimmed the Angels 10-2. AIR CONDITIONING Race results 1 In Your Car 12 Month No-MiliigeWimRty InJlash Installation Includes Heavy Duty Fan VACATIIN S450 Don't overhtat your Automatic Transmission Prevent trouble before it starts. Install a heavy duty transmission cooler now. lor the biggest VACATION Contact our Parts or Service Dept. 1710 3rd Avenue South Phone 329-0333 EDMONTON Northlands Park racing results FIRST SI.600 claiming. 3 year old maidens. furlongs. Flying None 6.50 3.20 2.30. Steuler Lad 2.90 2.30. Mr. Peppard 2.60. Countess Aurelius. Battle River Bud. Lehi Sister Wolfe also ran. SECOND SI.BOO allowance. 3 year old maidens. 5V4 furlongs. Fore Advisor 16.10 4.50 Watties Bet 2.90 2.60. Irish Ante 6.40. Dancing Dominion. Flighty's Handsome Cat. Risk N Joker's Hill also ran. DAILY THIRD S1.600.. 2 yuar old furlongs. Lea's Hokey 46.10 17.15 9.90. Brilliant Scholar 4.00 Four Star Laddie 9.20. RainbeMs. Bashful New Light. Brown Power To Pepe Rouge. Montana Princess also ran. FOURTH claiming. 3 year olds and up. furlongs. Spit Bath 18.80 6.30 3.30. Careless Cat 4.30 Sharp Reply 2.50. Amber Day. Fly Arctic John also ran. FIFTH furlongs. Tantwen 3.40 2.60 2.30. Calgary's Princess 3.60 2.50. Katy Malone 3.00. Fifty Street. Coral Mint Parfait also ran. SIXTH Strathcona 4 year olds and furlongs. Caesar Song 10.40 3.90 2.80. Dolittle 3.10 Swoon 2.70. Northern also ran. Track Marcie Me. SEVENTH claiming. 4 year olds and up. 5V6 Tea Coffee John 28.30 11.70 Easy To Love 4.50 Bute Boy 4.00. Merry Muffett. A White Hose Patapoui. Special Stock. EIGHT allowances. 4 year furlongs. Touchu Joe 9.40 4.00 Jay 3.20 Duke Of Alba 2.70. Chariot Grandin Champagne Brenda also ran. NINTH 5 year olds and furlongs. Pat Moss 5.40 3.70 Peaceful Cindy 5.70 3.40.Big Saint 4.10. Alnt Mrs. C. N.. Blessed Scalna's Sweet Cenalta Pine Pass also ran. Marvin Blodgett almost goes over backwards. Handford top rider American motorcyclist Don Handford putted away with a pair of trophies in the 1974 Lethbridge Motorcycle Club spring hill climb over the weekend. Some 66 hill climbers from the United Saskatchewan and Alberta competed in the one-day event staged Sunday. a native of was the top rider in the annual event as he captured the 750 cc. class title along with the open class. The hot shot hill climber from Montana defeated John Zaremba of Lethbridge in the 750 cc. event. Meanwhile local riders fared well in the one-day meet as they picked up two of the remaining three titles up for grabs. Sid die Graff of Lethbridge defeated Jay O'Dwyer of Drumheller in the 125 cc. class while Rick Cote bested runner-up Jim Toth in the 500 cc. class. PLEASURE POOL discover your own back yard this year with an in-ground vinyl liner swimming pool in any of these exciting shapes. For less than half the cost of a truck and camper you can enjoy your own vacation spot without fighting traffic and paying high gas prices. Live a little this year with a PLEASURE POOL. We have many finished installations in the city we invite you to see. Kits come in varied shapes and sizes that you can put together yourself all material is of highest Canadian standards. Qualified instruction to help you install your pool is available. Contact Your PLEASURE POOL REP TODAY Mike Bennison Phcnfl 327-0686 AiytiM Residential or Commercial I Super speed. Super Mercs. I I I If you're ready for the ultimate in outboard get a Maxi Merc. These three powerplants from Mercury are 57 ways better for 1974. With improvements and re- finements to make them more efficient. For big-water cruising or snappy you can't match a Maxi See why at your Mercury dealer's. I Get one of Wf 1974 Mercs 9.8. 20. 40.50. 85. 115. ISO HP Mercury ABB. MERCURY. Power to do the thing you really want. Fiberglas Boats and Canoes FROM 10 FEET UP Boat Trailers Marine Supplies and Equipment Life Floater Coats SERVICE AND REPAIRS GLASCON INDUSTRIES 327 3rd St. S. Phone 328-4850 TOTAL FARM SUPPLY SERVICE Aluminum Car Trailers COMPLETE LINE OF Mercury Fishing Motors 20 H.P. Available at UFA Centres in LETHBRIDGE and VULCAN 3131-2nd Ave. North Phone 328-5531 ;