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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-Thuriday. May Men's and Boys' Wear SUPER VALU Men's Stanfield's Penmans Briefs Choose from blends of cotton and nylon or cotton and polyester as well as cotton. All are fully washable and come in a good selection of colors. Choose from either low rise or regular rise or the double seat construction. Broken size range. PAIR .99 Men's Swimvvear nylon construction that is fully machine washable. Assorted styles to choose from in a good selection of colors. Sizes S.M.L. PAIR 2 Men's Dress Shirts Short sleeve dress shirts made of polyester and cotton that is perma press and machine washable. Styled with a long pointed collar they come in a good selection of patterns. Sizes to 16. EACH 2.44 DEPARTMENT STORES Stepping Mall 2025 Mayor Maarath Drlvi 2025 Mayor Maflrath Optn DtHy 9 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. SfflSHCTIIM GIUMMIED His toe made it Jimmy Wynn manages to sneak his toe onto the plate Dodger sweep leaves Reds nine back How can May hate By THE CANADIAN PRESS Catcher Milt May of Houston Astros may have a negative attitude about the Astrodome but he is certainly getting positive results there. May beat San Diego Padres Tuesday night with his first homer of the season in a game that ended the Astros' 10- game losing streak. Wednesday night he beat the Padres hitting a grand slam homer with two out in the ninth inning to break a 1-1 tie to give the Astros a 5-1 win in a National League baseball game. have a negative attitude in this ball said obtained in an off-season trade with Pittsburgh for pitcher Jerry Reuss. Astrodome is such a large ball park. I never know whether or not it is going to go out. 'Tm not a home run hitter. Like I was just trying to hit the ball up the middle. were playing me to pull the and there was a big gap up the middle. All I was trying to do was get the runner in from third and win the ball Claude of the Astros and Randy were locked in a pitchers' duel going into the ninth. Bob Watson hit a leadoff single after Bob Gallagher came in to run for Watson. Jones was lifted in favor of Vicente Romo. Lee May grounded to who -fired wildly to putting runners on first and third. Cliff Johnson was walked in- filling the bases. Romo retired Doug Raders and Tommy Helms on but he couldn't get past Milt May. In Wednesday's other Na- tional League Atlanta Braves downed San Francisco Giants 6-2. Chicago Cubs de- feated New York Mets Los Angeles Dodgers trimmed Milwaukee famous for just ask Detroit's Horton By THE CANADIAN PRESS Fans at Milwaukee's County Stadium gave outfielder Willie Horton of Detroit Tigers an early shower Wednesday night. They drenched him with beer twice when he made catches against the left-field wall in the ninth inning after hitting a two-run homer that powered the Tigers to a 6-4 win over the Brewers in an American League baseball game. In Wednesday's other American League Baltimore Orioles edged Cleveland Indians 1-0 in 12 Boston Red Sox dumped New York Yankees 6- 3. Oakland A's downed Min- nesota Twins California Angels Kansas City Royals 6-1 and Chicago White Sox split a doubleheader with Texas winning the opener 6-2 and losing the second game 8-2. Horton's seventh-inning his llth of the came off rookie Bill Travers and landed in the left-field bleachers he the fans had cursed him a night earlier. used to people getting on Horton said. I enjoy it. It's part of the game. I don't even mind but not when there are kids around. when they were cussing me out I called time and had an usher go up there and make them stop using that language in front of GRABS LONG DRIVES Twice in Wednesday's ninth inning Horton backed to the wall to grab long drives. I got smelieci like my face and the back of my Horton said. can hurt a person's eye that way. It burned my Bob Coluccio's two-run homer in the ninth narrowed Detroit's lead to but Mickey Lolich held on to win his third in a row and end a four-game Tiger losing streak. Paul Blair's run-scoring single for Baltimore followed Boog Powell's double and an intentional walk to Brooks Robinson in the 12th inning. Ross Grimsley blanked. Cleveland on eight hits. Softball In City Women's Softball action last Great West Tire bombed the Northstars by a 22-7 count. Ruth-Miller went the distance in recording the victory. Losing pitcher Darcie James was tagged for six runs in the first inning by the free-swinging Great West Tire group. Linda Dogterom had three singles and a triple for the while Charlene Sawatsky and Linda McKenzie each added a home run and a single. Malinda Hamilton had a home run for the Northstars. in Commercial Mens' Slowpitch Ober's Esso downed King Electric 24- 7 with the batting of Ken Christiansen leading the way. Christiansen belted two home runs. In other action Block Brothers downed the Silverwood Hawks 11-7 while the Eagles bested Safeway 12- 4. in the nightcap and Ferguson Jenkins struck out 10 as the Rangers beat the White Sox. Pinch-hitter Jerry Hairston singled in the first run in a tie- breaking four-run seventh in- ning as Wilbur Wood won his fifth in a row for the White Sox in the opener. The Tigers play in Milwaukee again this afternoon. Tonight's schedule has the Angels at Kansas the Rangers at Chicago and the Indians at Baltimore.. Cincinnati Reds Philadelphia Phillies beat St. Louis Cardinals 7-1 and a game at Montreal between the Expos and Pirates was rained out. Hank Aaron broke a 1-1 tie with a run-scoring double that started a four-run sixth inning for the Braves. Johnny Gates hit a two-run single in the in- ning. The Giants gave Aaron spe- cial police protection after he was hit on the head by an or- ange thrown in to the Atlanta dugout Tuesday night. Jerry who drove in three runs earlier in the game with a homer and a two-run hit a three-run homer with two out in the ninth inning to give the Cubs their win against the Mets. Steve Garvey drove in four runs with a double and a single for the Dodgers and Al Downing and Mike Marshall combined to stop the who fell nine games behind Los Angeles in the West Division race. In the Dodgers' three-game series Marshall was credited with saves and a victory. Unser backed Ron Schueler's two-hit pitching by driving in three runs with a homer and a single for the Phillies against the Cardinals. The Giants' Mike Caldwell goes after his eighth win when the Dodgers invade San Fran- cisco tonight. Vakult Atoms dislike Joe TOKYO An official of Tokyo Yakult Atoms' baseball club flushed with anger Tuesday when told that ex-major leaguer Joe Pepitone had accused the club of forcing him to play despite an ankle injury when he was in Japan. Yoshio general manager of the- Yakult club remind us of that his story is not even worth a who formerly played with New York Yankees and Chicago said he had a two-year contract at year with the Yafcult ball team. Tokunaga said Pepitone after playing 14 games. The first baseman- outfielder was released when he didn't join the walkouts of the club in spring training the Japanese official said. Pepitone wrote about his Japanese experiences for the New York Times in which he said his Japanese manager ordered him to play despite his ankle and that he was charged a month for a two-bedroom apartment that had doors four feet five inches Tokunaga in Japan knows it's a flat. lie. His apartment doors were six feet high as are most of the other Japanese apartments. The club paid his rent. We took him to a top-notch doctor who assured us nothing was wrong with his Bowling CAPRI BOWL SR. CITIZEN'S SPRING LEAGUE Henry Bechlhold 327 Myrl Bodie Leora Ness 242 Maggie Oliver 330 Dave Oliver 265 Arvid Oseen 267 Gunnar Holte 247. Agnes Black Ed 219 Marie Crawford 222 Ane Koole 230. TUESDAY AFTERNOON SPRING Ev Krauss 286 Marg Seelned 252 Dianne Decaire 291 Gloria Hyne 268. Jen Hegi 253 Grace Van Dyk 246 Myrna Olsnaski 263 Mary Blair 278 Mary Niccison 258 Agnes McDonald WEDNESDAY MORNING LADIES Verna Voider 285 Bermce Pavan 273 Mary Ann Ferner 285 Dianne Parascak 281 Neely 262 Sheila Schikow.sky 272 Didi Dongatli 276 Sriirley Hertlein 239 Dorothy Friiz 230. Linda Aspeslel 228 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED SPRING John Kovacs .273 Mary Negrey 279 Norman Gyulai 340 Jim Yamada 246 Bill Farrell 253 Jarvie 317 Marg Dyck 258 Bob Taylor 272 Gayle Sioryack 249. Abe E'nns 289 Golf leagues Country Club Golf Low gross Al Gentlemen III 41. Low net Don Manery. Oliver Industrial 32. Low team net Gentlemen ill. Al Van Bill Anderson. Bert Eccies. Eight-point sweeps Gentlemen in. STANDINGS Gentlemen III.................. 37 Lakeview Texaco 35 Oliver Industrial 32 Dorigatti........................ 29 Sastedos...................... 26 Lethbridge Office Furn..........25 Packers....................... 25 Reliance Blacks Eaton's King Chrysler Perky LAKESIDE LADIES Low net Irma Mildred SKrove Hair Fashions 35. Low gross Irma Wobick. Ml'rtred Skrove's 49. Low team net Faye's Irene Mildred Sharon FiluK 171. STANDINGS Faye's Apparel 12 Mildred Skrove's 11 Seeman's Jewelry 5 Value Village 4 Bernie's car Bernie Parent shows keys to new car he won ;