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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Rookie Apodaca's place is in the Mets9 bullpen Facing an out Wayne Qarrett of the New York Mets puts his glove in the face of Cardinals' Tim McCarver. Stapleton feels WHA could suffer taking on Russians CHICAGO The World Hockey Association will pay a against the Soviet Union to gain says Chicago Cougars' Pat Stapleton. And the league may have to pay the price without the serv- ices of a first-team all-star in the WHA this season. busy preparing his Cougars for Wednesday's second game in the best-of- seven WHA final against National coaches receive grants TORONTO -National coaches for speed water water field hockey and sailing have been appointed with the O'Keefe Sports Foundation providing the money. Regional coaches for the Atlantic provinces in boxing and gymnastics were also named. The grants to the Canadian Cycling Association for the services for a year of Donald formerly the manager-coach of the British cycling to the Canadian Amateur Speed Skating Association to enable hire Jorritt Jorritsma as national coach. Jorritsma was a member of the Dutch national team and later a coah in the Canadian Water Polo Association for the services for a year of Dezso former coach of the Hungarian to the Canadian Water Ski Association to enable Reg Barnes to become national to the Canadian Field Hockey Association for the services for a year of Errol Hartley as national to the Canadian Yachting Association-sail Canada to hire Stephen Tupper as national to the Canadian Amateur Boxing Association for the services for a year of Taylor Gordon as coach for the Atlantic to the Nova Scotia Gymnastic Association to enable Takanobu Kikuchi to become provincial coach with responsibilities for holding clinics in the provinces. the classic English style Raleigh touring bicycle The Raleigh name and English touring bicycles a synonymous We have these superb quality bicycles in ladies o models with a complete size range Features 3 speed Men's or BERT Ml MAC'S CYCLE LTD. Ave. 8. Phone 327-3221 Houston leads the series he's not too interested in playing against the Russians in September. The WHA is to play an eight-game series. A standout on defence the last time team Canada played the Soviet Union and won the eight game series Stapleton says his is to the Chicago get paid to coach this club and it would not be fair to have me away at that time of the he said in the Cougars' dressing room. wouldn't be fair to the owners or the guys in this Stapleton is in a different situation than he was with the National Hockey League team in being the Cougars' coach. not that I wouldn't enjoy meeting the Russians but it's a case of what's good for the league may not be good for this The native that if the Cougars' management it might be better for me to that's their Stapleton says the WHA may be making the same mistake the NHL did by playing the series in September. they drop that puck it'll be like the seventh game of the he said. Russians were beat once. They'll be ready this He suggests the WHA has enough good players to produce a solid opponent for the but adds that they should have more training. team would be much better off if they could play enough games beforehand. They should be allowed to play a few games against the Swedes and the Czechs before dropping the puck against the Another of the WHA's biggest stars who will not play against the Russians is Mark the hard-shooting right winger for Houston. The 18-year-old played against the Russians in the 1972 Olympics as a member of the United States national an element the Russians say make him ineligible to play for any Canadian team. rather not play them he said after the Aeros had grabbed a 3-2 win in the first game of the WHA fi- nal. rather let some other guys play them. It's a great experience playing the Russians. are better than us and I think it would be good for some of the other guys to get the experience Howe says the WHA will probably not lose much credi- even if they get because can't expect the league to be as good as the Russians after just two Golf league Ladkeside Golf Low net Don Ace Building 32. Low gross Cliff House of Lethbridge 35. Low team net R. G. J. Runge 144. Eight point sweeps CJOC and Singers. STANDINGS Singers 32 Parsons Jubilee ........21 Ace....................... 20 Fracrtes......................19 CJOC..........................17 House of Lethbridge ............17 Sugar Beeters................17 CHEC ...........17 Imperial Life.......13 Union 76......... 16 Flemings................ 14 Dorlgatti................. 13 Herald ......................11 Pahulje........................9 A A W ...............7 Owen ........6 Walkers......4 Race results EDMONTON Race results Monday at Northlands FIRST 3 year 5Vi furlongs. West Ty 890 440 3.10. Sis Boom 4 10 2.90. Eger Alder 10.00. Cleo Ringo Sunshine Miss Moss also ran. l SECOND 3 year 5V4 furlongs Gallant Hawley 4.10 3.10 Belmont Queen 6.30 Second Table 4.50. Go For Arctic So Black also ran. DAILY HMO. THIRD 4 year olds and 5Vi furlongs. Momu Gem 12.40 5.00 MISS Stutrt 3.40 Kelly H 7.40. Mary's Mr. Suntlme Nobody's Child also ran. I1I.M. FOURTH 4 year SVi furlongs. Eagle Star 3.20 260 Jays Award 3.40 Shwzad 2.20. FIFTH 4 year olds and 5V4 furlongs. Obligation 18.50 9.20 Glib 13.70 6.50. Rule Forever 3.00. 1 Pnddis Tickle Your Rejected Friendly Winds Across also ran. SIXTH 4 year 5V4 furlongs. Niniane 4.70 3.10 Yalta 5.10 3 Bonnie Blue Pal 4 00. Time. Gogo Mack. Cloud Caesar Boy also ran. SEVENTH 4 year aids. Svs furlongs Regal Echo 21.90 10.60 Kharnlte 8.10 Porque 3 30. Time. Lovely Jewell. What A Bucking Hope also ran. EIQHTH 4 year olds and S'A furlongs Jake The Rake 5.30 3.30 3 Neah Boy 17 10 Smooth Edge 6.20. 1.14 Shuswap Carbon Indian Lake. Old Fort. Jakes Jewell also ran WAYNE MAKI Memorial services set VANCOUVER A memorial service will be held Wednesday evening for Wayne Maki the former high-scoring left winger for the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League. Maki died in hospital here Sunday at the age of 29. He was admitted to Lions Gate Hospital in serious condition two weeks ago. who retired from hockey in 1972 because of a brain had been training as an apprentice electrician 'while taking treatments. One of the first draft choices when the Canucks entered the National Hockey in he had 25 goals and 38 assists for 53 points in his first season with Vancouver. The following year he got 22 goals and 25 assists for 47 points. After the first few games of the 1972-73 season he began suffereing intense headaches and was sent home from a road trip for medical examination. The tumor was discovered in and he went into hospital for surgery. He had been under treatment and never played another NHL game. His Chicago Black Hawks forward Chico flew here during the weekend. Curling banquet The Lethbridge Men's Curling Club will hold its annual banquet and election of officers for the coming year this evening. On the as well as the selection of a new president and will be a report on the 1973-74 year. A number of renovations were made at the rink this past year and the cost of them will be in the annual report. The dinner starts at six at Erickscn's Family Restaurant and there will be a Tke ASSOCIATED PRESS Bob Apodaca came out of the bullpen Monday night to give New York some much needed relief as a starting pitcher. If he has his he'll be heading as soon as pos- to the bullpen. The 24-year-old rookie right- whose seven previous major league appearances were all in worked five innings to pick up his first victory as the Mets defeated St. Louis Cardinals 5-3. He allowed six hits and two runs and left when he developed a blister on his pitching band. felt but I wouldn't want to be a regular said Apodaca. really prefer relieving because you can get in there maybe three or four times a Elsewhere in the National Los Angeles Dodgers beat Houston Astros Cincinnati Reds downed San Francisco Giants 4-1 and Atlanta Braves shaded San Diego Padres 7-5. Phila- delphia and Pittsburgh were not scheduled. Apodaca's pairing with St. Louis ace Bob Gibson was sup- posed to be a mismatcb. But Clebn Jones and Jerry Grote tagged Gibson for two-run homers and Harry Parker pitched four strong innings in relief of Apodaca. Jones drove in a third run with a sacrifice fly. Jimmy Wynn's two-run single was the highlight of a five-run fifth inning and he drove in another run with a sacrifice fly for the Dodgers. Unbeaten Andy Messersmith scattered eight hits and picked up his fourth victory as the Dodgers widened their National League West division lead to 5Vz games over the Astros. Houston's runs came on homers by Cesar Doug Rader and Ollie Brown. Johnny Bench drilled his sixth home run of the season and Don Gullett and Pedro Borbon teamed up to pitch a six-hitter as the Reds whipped the Giants. Tony Perez followed Bench's homer with a triple and scored on Merv Rettenmund's grounder. Gullett surrendered a homer to Gary Matthews in the fifth but the Reds added two runs off Jim Willoughby in the seventh when Cesar Geronimo Minor ball In Nqrcrest Little League action on Monday the Giants shut out the Dodgers 15-0 behind the five-hit pitching of Mark Szucs. Szucs registered nine strikeouts in taking the victory while Roy Husch gave up 12 hits in receiving the loss. Warren Keith supplied the power for the winners as he belted two home runs and a single. Lance Gilchrist added a homer while Rory Lorenz had one double for the Dodgers. Also in Norcrest the Braves thumped the Cubs by a 15-3 count. Merylen Bunnage struck put nine batters to take the victory while Mark Wolosyn took the loss. Ken Masson had four hits for the Braves while Gary Vegh and Roy Oliver led the attack for the losers with two hits each. In Senior Little League play Monday the Pirates downed the Expos 16-3 behind the two-hit pitching of Dave Miskulin. Miskulin was his own best supporter as he had four hits in five at bats for the winners. Tom Miklos was tagged with the loss. In Lakeside Farm League the Bluejays whipped the Expos 15-2. Tim Jablonsky registered 10 strikeouts en route to the victory while Dean Harnack took the loss for the Expos. Pete Rose doubled him home and Joe Morgan singled Rose across. Despite their fourth victory in the last five the Reds remained in fourth games behind the Dodgers. Dusty Baker drove in four runs with three singles and a homer for the offsetting San Diego homers by Willie McCovey and Dave It was the Padres' sixth consecutive low. San Diego shortstop Enzo Hernandez made two his first in 23 leading to a pair of runs for Atlanta and Rich who replaced him in The seventh made an error preceding Baker's third RBI single. Ellis pleased with bad pitch The ASSOCIATED PRESS was a bad John Ellis said happily. was a bad Luis Tiant said sadly. It was a pitch that ended up in the left field a three- run homer by Ellis in the first a booming shot off Tiant that sent Cleveland Indians on their way to a 4-1 victory over Boston Red Sox Monday night. In the rest of the American Milwaukee Brewers edged into first place in the tight East Division by beating Baltimore Orioles California Angels belted Texas Rangers Minnesota Twins turned back Chicago White Sox 7-5 and Oakland As shellacked Kansas City Royals 11-2. John Lowenstein opened for the Indians with a single and Buddy Bell reached base on an error by Boston second base- man Dick McAuliffe before Ellis slammed his second homer of the handing Tiant his fifth loss in seven de- cisions. was a bad Tiant said. you can't win with- out getting runs. We haven't been getting any runs McAuhffe's sacrifice fly gave Boston a run in the second but the Indians got it back in the seventh on Dave Duncan's sacrifice fly. Manager Del whose Brewers moved into first with a .519 just .002 ahead of .003 in front of Cleveland and .005 ahead of the idle New York said several clubs will be involved in the East race all season. Nine Milwaukee players drove in the nine Milwaukee with Dave Bobby Mitchell and Johnny Briggs slugging homers to support Ed Sprague who pitched six innings in his first start in nearly two years to get his first victory as a Brewer. will get a lot of Crandall commented. be our fifth starter. We had need of another starter and it looks like he Light-hitting Charlie Sands and Paul Schaal drilled homers for the Angels in handing Texas its eighth loss in nine games. Sands hit his homer in the second inning and Schaal United a two-run shot that highlighted a four-run fourth against Jim Bibby. Bill Singer scattered six struck out six walked six said Rangers manager Billy the grease ball. He goes to his hair and never goes to the resin Larry Hisle doubled in two runs and Glenn Gorgmann sin- gled for two to carry Minnesota past the White Sox. Hisle's fifth-inning shot scored Jerry Terrell and Rod both of whom beat put infield then the Twins struck for three runs in the seventh on two an error and Borgmann's and two more in the one on Jerry Terrell's triple. Ken Henderson hit a two-run homer for Chicago in the eighth. Vida Blue checked Kansas City on six of them Hal McRae's his Oakland team-mates battered the Royals with 19 including a two-run single by Ray Fosse in a four- run sixth inning and a two-run double by Ted Kubiak in a three-run eighth. The fifth victory in a row moved them into first place in the West one-half game ahead of the White Sox. Short sport Local judo club shines Members of the Lethbridge YMCA Jado Club captured their share of awards in the 1974 Sherwood Park Judo Tournament staged in Edmonton over the weekend. The local jucokans held their own in the one-day tourney held Saturday as they picked up six first place five seconds and two thirds. First place awards went to Deanna Wes Steven Lloyd Darryl McLellan and Val Wheeler while second place standings went to Darrn Bobby Robert Andrea Pomahac and Penny Cochlin. Clint Johnson and Guy Pomahac were awarded third place finishes. CANADA OUSTED Italy Canada was eliminated Sunday in the first round of the women's Federation Cup tennis losing 3-0 to West Germany. Andree Martin of Montreal lost 6- 2 to Helga and Jane O'Hara of Toronto was beaten 6-1 by Helga Hoesl. SIR ALF NOT OUT LONDON Sir Alf sacked as manager of England's soccer team last hopes to start next season as manager of an English League club. want to continue to work with English said Sir Alf Sunday. know I still have a lot left to give and have the same enthusiasm for the game as when I came into it as a professional player 31 years AUSSIE GOLFER WINS Japan Defending champion Graham Marsh of Australia came from behind with a five under par 67 Sunday to win the Fuji Sankei golf tournament. Marsh finished with a 12 under breaking out of a third place tie with two eagles and two birdies to earn the first prize. Toru Nakamura took second place with a 277. __ KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI We've civilized it without taming it. 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