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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Economical offence enough to sink Astros void wasting hits By THE ASSOCIATED PREjSS In today's inflation-riddled world, credit Cincinnati Reds with a sense of economy, five-hit offence is about as eco- nomical as an attack can be. The Reds used only one wastad single Wednesday en route to a 4-3 victory over Hous- ton Astros. In other National League games, Chicago Cubs edged Montreal Expos 4-2 in 10 in- nings and San Diego Padres nipped Los Angeles Dodgers 4-3. Three Louis Cardi- nals at New York Mets, Pitts- burgh Pirates at Philadelphia Phillies and San Francisco Gi- ants at Atlanta rained out. Only two games are sched- uled entertains San Francisco and New York is at Los Angeles. Dave Concepcion's ninth in- Hawks rally to Lumber-jacks The Silverwood Hawks ral- lied for seven runs in the bot- tom of the seventh inning and edged Advance Lumber-jacks 10-8 in City Men's Slow Pitch League action Wednesday night. Bob Balazs hammered a three-run homer in the bottom of seventh to help teammate Fred Guenther register the win over Pat Poulsen. In another encounter, Coal- dale Ober's Oilers out-lasted Haico Wickers 22-15. The pitching decision went to Jim Fraser while George Androkovich had to settle with the loss. Meanwhile in Commercial Ladies' Softball League play last night, the Labor Club Larks whipped the Winston Midgets 29-7. Joan Paton earned the mound win while Terry Wright suffered the loss. Sheila Medori paced the Larks with a pair of home runs while Paton aided her own cause with another homer. Gail Blanchard managed a home run in a losing cause. Great West Tires scored an impressive 19-8 victory over the Bantams in another league con- test. Jeannine Stringam bested Kathy McCune on the mound. ning single drove in the Reds' winning run. Cincinnati's first hit was a third-inning home run by Denis Menke. The Astro; had tied it in the fourth, but in the bottom of the fourth, Joe Morgan walked, stole second, went to third on a sacrifice and scored on a wild pitch. In the fifth, Concepcion sin- gled and Menke walked. An at- tempted sacrifice forced Con- cepcion but Menke made it to third on a throwing error and scored a moment later on Pete Rose's bunt single. That gave the Reds three runs on three hits. It looked good until there were two out in the Astro ninth. Then Jesus Alou doubled and Tommie Agee and Roger Met- zger followed with triples, tyin the score. In the bottom of th ninth, Johnny Bench singled moved up on a sacrifice am scored on Concepcion's hit. The victory moved the Red into second place in the Na tional League West. Chicago' Everybody's airborne Milwaukee Brewers' John Briggs is forced of sscond day night at Fenway Park. The action started when Brew- base by Boston Red Sox Doug Griffin, in first part of ers' Don Money grounded to Red Sox Rico Petrocelli of double play in the second inning of their game Wednes- third, who threw to Griffin. Boston won 5-3. lei's steal the at the plate By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three-run homers by Carlos May and Sal Bando featured a hangup night for designated hit- ters in the American League Wednesday night. May's blast helped Chicago White Sox defeat California An- 5-3 and Bando's homer led Oakland Atheltics to an 8-6 vic- tory over Texas Rangers. Designated hitters totalled 11 hits in 31 at-bats in the five TO MOV so we are having a SAVINGS 17 6 6 3 3 4 6 2 4 4 2 3 PCS. pcs. PCS. pcs. pcs. pcs. pcs. pcs. pcs. pcs. pcs. pcs. pcs. 4x8 K-3 Board.......... Per Sheet 4x8 K-3 Board.......... Per Sheet 4x8 K-3 Board Print Base Per Sheet 4x8 K-3 Woodgrain Per Sheet 4x8 K-3 Wcoa'grain......Per Sheet 4x8 Walnut Plywood___ Per Sheet 4x8 Wai. 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In other games, New York Yankees beat Detroit Tigers 6-5 as designated hitter Jim Bay Hart collected one hit in three appearances; Boston Red Sox tripped Milwaukee Brewers 5-3 as DH Orlando Cepeda had one hit in two at-bats, and Min- nesota's designated hitter, Tony Oliva, had two hits in four times at bat to help the Twins defeat Kansas City Royals 8-6. Another game between Cleve- land Indians and Baltimore Ori- oles was postponed by rain. Five games are set for today, including two afternoon encoun- at Boston and California at Chicago. Night games have Cleveland at Balti- more, New York in Detroit and Minnesota at home to Kansas City. May's three-run homer cap- ped a four-run seventh inning for the White Sox. Chicago manager Chuck Tan- ner enjoyed the ''hard-earned" victory. "Bill Singer's tough enough, but they allow him to use vase- line, or whatever it is he puts on the said Tanner. "Ev- erybody knows he throws the spitter." Bando slammed a three-run homer in a four-run second in- ning in Oakland's triumph over Texas. Reliever Horacio Pina gave up only one run in five in- nings of relief to gain the vic- tory. Matty Alou delivered a two- out double in the inning, driving home the tie-breaking run in New York's victory. Rico Petrocelli knocked in two runs and had a hand in two others, leading Boston over Mil- waukee. The damaging blow by the Red Sox' third baseman was a two-run single in a four- run fourth. Harmon Killebrew drove in three runs, helping Minnesota rally for its victory over Kansas City. ATTENDANCE UP MILAN, Italy (AP) Italian soccer league announc- ed Wednesday that attendance at major league matches in the season just ended totalled an increase from the previous year. A SUIT TO GRADUATE IN Check pattern style suits suit- able for any occassion, a suit jacket which will co-ordinate beautifully with a solid shade slack. Latest styles and materials to choose from wools, fortrels and wools and 100% fortrel. PRICED FROM to 95" AT ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL 331 5th St. S. Open till 9 p.m. East Division leaders picked up some ground by beating Mon- treal in 10 innings. Ken Rudolph singled home the tie-breaking run for the Cubs and Don Kessinger's sac- rifice fly added insurance. Chicago had tied the game at 2-2 in the seventh with a bases- loaded walk to Jim Hickman driving home one run and Ron Santa's single delivering the oilier. Fred Kendall's bloop single delivered San Diego's winning run in the eighth inning after homers by Willie Crawford and Bill Russell tied the game for the Dodgers in the seventh. Pitcher Mike Corkins hom- ered for the Padres. Race results EDMONTON (CP1 Northlands Park race results Wednesday: FIRST claiming, 3 year old mai- dens, 7 furlongs. Sfeel Slipper (Kipling) .4.30 3.40 2.60, Counts Equal (Watson) 38.10 13.10, Silk Bobbin (Pycroft) 3.10. Time: Lady In The Dark, Fabienne, An- other Trip, Mistress Morn, You Show Off also ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year olds and up, furlongs. Cumloops (Kipling) 6.00 4.10 350, Top Boss (Hedge) 27.70 7.30, Pine Pass (Phelan) 500. Time: Tole King, Winking Princess, Whirl- agale, Davy's Hope, Gallant Appollo also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 3 yeer olds, 7 fur- 'ongs. Fay's Hurrah (Gold) 600 3.00 2.30, Callim Nesh (Stadnyk) 3.30 2.40, Sul- tan's Diary (McCauley) 3.40. Time: 1-5. Pool Hall, Miss Easter Day, Mais- !es Joy, Cariboo Chief also ran. Track Scratch: Calgary Red. OUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Pal Boy (Kipling) 3.10 2.90 2.40, Steel Cone (Morris) 5.00, Rusty Water (Whittle) 3.00. Time- 1 27 2-5. Pacific Waves, Special Blend, It's Happening, Snow Vixen, The God- daughter also ran. FIFTH SI ,400, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Pleiades Fortune (Hedge) 5.10 360 2 60, Rebel Robin (Shields) 8.30 4.40, Frenesi (Gold) 4 10. Time: 1-5. Nor Wester, Clean Thinking, Pixie Belle, Brae O'Leary, Battle Match also ran. EXACTOR: 47.30. SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, K miles. Diddle (Wiseman) 730 400 3.10, Avon's Talent (Parsons) 3.50 3.40, Soon Enough (Barroby) 3 80. Time: 3-5. Uncle Smoothie, More Money, Pam's Delight, Divvy Up, Prim A'Avril also SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Damon's Demon (Norrls) 11.40 5.10 5.00, Future Session (Phelan) 4.10 3.90, Racerific 6.00. Time: Shield Of Hope, Coming Fury, Nito B Good, Bramble Magic, Jay's Vic- ory also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 1 furlongs. Same Affair (Parsons) 10.20 4 30 4.20, Ky Honor (Norns) 3.00 3.20, Miss Teresa E (Inda) Time: 1.26 4-5. Spurious, Miss Kaysuecon, Singing Sea, Jabberwocky, Pequina Princesa also ran. OUINELLA: 114.90. WAS RED SOX DEAN CAMBRIDGE, Mass. STeil T. Mahoney, dean of the Soston Red Sox baseball organ- nation and director of scout- ing, died Wednesday in hospi- ;al after a long illness. He has 56. Mahoney became a scout tor the American League club in 1939. Possibly the best known among the players he signed were Jim Piersall and Haywood Sullivan, the present Red Sox vice-president. Thursday, May 24, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 SPORT ANDY CAPP MEBBEISHOULPTOP OVER AN'INTRODUCE MESELF TO THAT NEW COUPLE OPPOSITE, PET XDONT THINK I'LL BOTHER, THEY1 RE TtoO STAND-OFFISH- BEFORE vou CAN WALK IN I'ou AVE TO OPEN THEIR POOR. TCH.'TCH.T PONlT KNOW WHAT THIS STREET'S COMIN'TO.' Shewchuk two home Lethbridge Miners' power at the plate was just too much as they crushed the Lethbridge Generals 14-2 in Southern Al- berta Major Men's Fastball League action Wednesday night. Rick Shewchuk led the Min- ers' 19-hit assault as he blasted a home run off both losing pitcher Tom Yip and reliever Kaye Elliott. Garth Lamb also tagged the Generals' pitchers with a home run and a double while Larry Tratch added three singles. Wally Kruchkywich managed the lone Generals' extra base hit as he stroked a triple of! winning pitcher Richard Mer- cier, who gave up only six hits during the seven innings. Meanwhile in the second en- counter of the night, the Labor Club Athletics edged Picture Butte Rae Motors 10-9 in a hard-fought battle. Starter Joe Myndio and re- liever George Jackci allowed Golf league play results LAKESIDE LADIES' Low gross Coutts, Value Village 52. Low net Jackie Clark, Hai- co 37. Low team net Haico. Clark, Jeanette Lewko, Marion Vick- ers and Pat Snell 170. Value Village..................18 Haico.......................15 Seemans 15 Maxines ....................9 Wldred Skroves............... 8 Fayes Apparel ..................7 COUNTRY CLUB LADIES' Low gross Enid Pepper, Western Metal 50. Low net Shirley Wilson, Toyota Travel 32. 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