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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD May 1974 YUKON ALASKA SAFARI 2 Week Adventure Holiday 2 departures Edmonton Aug. 20 and Aug. 23 For Further Intornutton Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-3201 Herald- Sports LMMrUiiOfflciFiiraltiiriLM. LOOT 7lh ft. Mopping Alborta MMM m-7411 FILING All together now It seems as though these four members of the Lethbndge Track and Field Club are trying their best to push down the railing In actual the members are doing a few exercises to keep in condition. Hisle outwits Tanana with game-winning homer for Twins By The CANADIAN PRESS Larry Hisle won a game of wits with Frank Tanana Friday giving Minnesota Twins a 2-1 win over California Angels m an American League baseball game The Tanana was for Hisle to put the ball a few feet in front of the plate He figured about 400 feet too short Hisle was batting in the bot- tom of the eighth inmng for Minnesota Ahead of Joe Lis had singled And behind him was the meat of the Twins' batting order Tanana and the rest of the California Angels owned a 1-0 lead It figured Hisle would be bunting which is what he did on the first pushing it foul thought he was going to bunt Tanana said threw him and up-and-away fastball that didn't have much on it But Hisle put everything he had into driving the ball 421 feet into the right field stands for a two-run homer that car- ried the Twins to a 2-1 victory over the Angels. ANGLO Sells... CAR STEREOS at Lower PricM 419-Sth Street S. was expecting a fastball 'cause he was only trying to get me what with Rod Carew and Tony Ohva following Hisle said of Tanana he threw me the fast- apparently thinking I was gonna bunt again I got the homer in a hit-and-run situ- ation But why the switch' 'It was a bit of a admitted Twins' manager Frank Quihci it sure didn't In other American League Baltimore Orioles blanked Boston Red Sox 6-0 in a rain-shortened six-inning Oakland As mauled Norman tried to ease dad's pain By The CANADIAN PRESS In a hospital hundreds of miles from the Houston Astro- a 78-year-old father of eight listened to a ball game on his transistor radio At the Fred Norman tried to ease his father's pain with a well- pitched game Friday pitching Cincinnati Reds to a 4-2 win over Houston Astros in a National League baseball game I was he was 47 years Norman said of his father always comes to see me pitch I wish he had been here but he just couldn't make it The youngest how- nearly did make it He pitched 8 1-3 innings of eight- hit striking out five and walking one while recording the victory. Whether watching or listen- the senior by a kidney must be impressed by his son's success. Over 45 1-3 he has surrendered just 32 hits and nine runs while striking out 45 and walking only 10 The vic- tory raised his won-lost record to 3-3 and lowered his earned run average to 1 59. Houston Manager Preston Gomez didn't seem especially impressed after his team's seventh consecutive loss got no that's Gomez said. But the Astros didn't get much as errors brought home three of Cincinnati's runs. Two scored on Houston pitcher Claude Osteen's wild throw to the plate in the fourth. Chicago White Sox Kansas City Royals topped Texas Rangers Detroit Tigers downed Cleveland Indians 4-3 and New York Yankees edged Milwaukee Brewers 3-2. Mike Cuellar checked Boston on six hits and Tommy Davis clubbed two driving in four runs in a game enlivened by the appearance of the first streaker at a Baltimore game Ray Fosse's three-run on which the White Sox' Buddy Bradford broke his collarbone trying for the a four-run first-inning rally by the As Joe Rudi's two-run single and Bill Melton's two-run error were the big plays for the As in the second inning Fred Patek's two-run triple capped a four-run second- inning that sent the Royals past Jim Bibby and the overcoming Texas' 3-0 lead George Brett drove in the other Kansas City runs with doubles in the fourth and sixth innings Al Kalme's run-scoring single triggered a three-run sixth inning that led Detroit over the who hit into four double plays Lerrin LaGrow picked up the victory with late relief help. Bill Sudakis' run-scoring single capped a two-run first inning and Jim Mason hit a decisive sacrifice fly in the seventh in the Yankees' victory over Milwaukee which snapped New York's five- game losing streak. Six steer wrestlers register fast times at Stavely Rodeo Mlnuta 4th St. and 3rd By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer Six cowboys turned in clockings of under-five seconds in the steer wrestling at the Stavely Rodeo last night Of the 18 cowboys recording times in the only one went over the ten second mark Two American Merle Muchmore of Washington and Daryl Sewal of dropped their steers in the identical times of 4.1 seconds to share the lead. Alone in third place is Carseland's Lee Phillips with a run of 4 4 seconds. Two Cardston Jim Gladstone and Bill ran the clock out to 4.6 seconds The only other man under five seconds was Bob also of Cardston with a 4.9. Two former world champions figured in the top three saddle Drone rides. Veteran Kenny McLean of world champion in spurred out a 71 on a Void bronc called Quicksand to tie for the opening night's lead Knotted with McLean was Joey Bews of Longview Mel world champion in was in second spot with a 70 point outing while Dale Albriecht of Trochu was next in line with 69 points Transplanted Australian bareback Doug now making his home in raked Sad Sam for 70 points to take the lead in the bareback event Chinook amateur president Brent Thompson of Lacombe was next in line with 68 points while Ivan Innisfail and Jim Clifford of Edmonton were knotted in third with 64 points apiece Calf ropers had their hands full with some huge calves and turned in some extremely slow times The weight limit for calves is 350 pounds and many of the animals were near or over that mark Lome the six time Canadian roping king from took 17 seconds to tie his animal but saw it stand up for the lead. Sparky currently in me lead for the Canadian title this did the job in 20.4 seconds. Jim Gladstone was in third place with a run of 20.8 seconds while his brother in Ted was fourth with 227 Dale Medicine picked up where he left off at the Vulcan taking first place in the bull riding Rose had to share the honors this time however as Saskatchewan rider Bob Phipps also had a 72. Third spot went to veteran bull Rocky Rockabar of Medicine Hat with a mark of 69. The rodeo was extremely slow taking 3 Vi hours to complete. Jane Stowell led the barrel racing with a timing of 14 1 seconds. The lass was four tenths of a second ahead of Sandy McNamee in second Jeff Sears of Nanton had 64 points to lead the boys steer riding while Don McMann of Edmonton saw his 58 win the amateur bronc class The laugh of the night was supplied by a bull called S.O.S. He not only ripped apart the clown's but then proceeded to eat the straw that was used as stuffing. BEHIND THE CHUTES Bull rider Warren Wildman was hit with a stomped on and kicked by a bull called El Paso after a brief recovery period behind the chutes he walked away a little worse for wear calf ropers looked like steer wrestlers due to the size of their calves bronc rider Bobby Gottfnedson sporting braids the great Indian competitor took the Calgary Stampede championship a few years back Balzac amateur LACROSSE WIN N.Y. Rochester Griffins broke open a close game with 12 goals in the second period and defeated Syracuse Warriors 26-21 Friday night in a national lacrosse league game. An opening night crowd of watched Al Co'-daiKvr and Rick Dudley three goals each for the who led 9-8 after the first period and 21-15 after the second bronc rider Jim Dunn was the victim of a freak spill when his bronc pinning him underneath when the bronc got untangled he kicked Dunn for good measure while a little Jim left the arena without assistance Maple Creek barrel racer Penny Gilchnst had her horse refuse to turn the third barrel and ran up a time of 43.6 rodeo action will resume tonight at 8 sharp. Schultz continue fighting by name-calling PHILADELPHIA With no chance to renew their feud on the ice Dave Schultz of Philadelphia Flyers and'Wayne Cashman of Boston Bruins had to settle for long-distance name-calling. who fought with Schultz during Thursday's Stanley Cup hockey game in called him a to the Schultz said here that the Boston player was trying to stick his thumb in his eye in- stead of fighting in Thursday's confrontation The two teams meet here again Sunday afternoon at 2 p m EDT in a game that will be televised nationally in Can- ada by the CBC. Philadelphia has a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven National Hockey League final. likes to run at guys from behind then sucker said Cashman Friday He had a large bruise over his left a souvenir of Thursday's fight be in Philadelphia Sun- day and watching him If he wants to fight I'm more than Schultz said he had been waiting for two years to face Cashman in a stand-up tight waited 15 seconds for him to get his gloves but he wasn't trying to fight he said. he was trying to do was stick his thumb in my eye don't know if he's trying to intimidate me or what I guess I'm at a disadvantage because I never use my stick or try to poke anybody's eye Other Flyers alleged that Cashman had tried to use his stick in an earlier confrontation with defenceman Ed Van Impe Cashman drew a penalty for spearing Schultz in the third period The Philadelphia left winger said he would appeal to the league if the infraction occurred again. There was amusement in the Philadelphia dressing- room at the image the once one of the most-penalized teams in have acquired as the gooa in the current series wouldn't do to any other team in the league what they get away with against said Schultz they they'd be gone In 16 playoff games this sea- the Flyers have picked up 562 minutes in while the Bruins have drawn 233 minutes. who drew a record 348 minutes in regular-season has set another record by drawing 137 minutes in the playoffs. Cashman is the most penalized Bruin with 46 min- utes. Coach Fred Shero said his who escaped 90- degree weather with their workout at University of Pennsylvania said Cashman won't scare his club in Sunday's game. he tries to we'll do something about he said think it will be a physical first period. Then it Difficult golf shot England Golfer Nigel Den- ham played one of his tough- est shots during an amateur competition his ball landed in the clubhouse bar. found his ball had gone through an open door and scattered amazed drinkers. He called for a moment's then chipped a beau- tiful shot out of an open win- dow to within 15 feet of the 18th hole. The shot was allowed since the clubhouse is officially part of the city's Moortown course. Said Nigel later. was a but it saved me at least one or two will settle down into Shero attributed the mediocre play of centre Rick MacLeish m the last two games to the absence of right winger Gary who suffered a separated shoulder here last Sunday and is through for the season is the key that makes MacLeish said the Philadelphia coach can play but you have to realize he's still enough to change But I think team play is more important than the individual Shero said he told his players at Friday's practice he won't be leaving them to go back to law whether or not the Flyers wm the series. A week ago he said if the Flyers he would go back to law school in Manitoba. 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