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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD May 1974 DID YOU KNOW You can save money on short haul air travel by travelling midnight Friday thru 3pm Sunday For special weekend rates to Victoria contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 32J-3201 Pat Sullivan A bit of everything I'm going to be short and sweet about this The Philadelphia Flyers are for real I stilt do not have to like the way they play the game most but I will concede they proved themselves worthy of the Stanley Cup Enough said If Wayne Harris can teach half as well as he can play the Calgary Stampeder defence particularity in the middle linebacking should be the best in the Canadian Football League Harris will coach during the pre-season and will have an effect on the defence of the Stamps It was cushion night in White Sox Park Hold unto your hats First there was a a golf nut who named 11 of his 12 children after golfers Now there is Brian an ardent boxing fan out of Wolverhampton who two months ago named his daughter are you ready Mane Sullivan Corbett Fitzsimmons Jeffires Hart Burns Johnson Willard Dempsey Tunney Scnmehng Sharkey Camera Baer Braddock Louis Charles Walcott Marciano Patterson Johansson Liston Clay Frazier Foreman Brown He was hoping for a boy Pete Rose has the right idea He takes Horses like most are considered dumb by education standards But so are horse players it would seems New York City s Off-Track Betting Corp reports that 000 worth of winning tickets went DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-O821 12c STREET NORTH Chicago last Saturday a soft time so to following on the heels of bad times for the Sox Detroit the were not helping matters as they were soundly thumping the Sox when the free seat cushions were flying around the stadium like Fnsbees in a tornado Before the crowd stopped Tiger manager Ralph Houk yanked his team from the field Let this be a lesson to the Oakland A s They are the next team to visit Chicago on a promotion night They had best wear their helmets at all times The night they are m town has been set aside as Coffee Mug Night a crack at the proposed World Baseball League by asking how a player would like to play in Ala Friday have Saturday off and play in Tokyo Sunday If you 210 you should win the batting title Bill Curtis a CBS anchorman in had some fun with the San Diego Chargers After winning just two games last year in the National Football the Chargers saw the coach and eight players fined for drug abuse Said Curtis way the Chargers played last year the drug must have been formaldehyde uncashed last year and that halfway through this fiscal year form was holding with uncollected Unclaimed money reverts back to the a taxing fare if ever there was one Cathy Rush coach of the U S national women's basketball champions and wife of American Basketball Association referee Ed expecting their second says we're living proof that a' referee and a coach can get along And how do you feel about girls playing Little League I don't think the young gals should be stopped from playing as long as they play on a girls' team Let them do this and then challenge the boys Other than keep them for their own good Ken Dryden will be back between the pipes for the Montreal Canadiens next season He is reported to have signed a multi-year contract with the making them again a solid contender DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern DOUGBOYER Sales Representative 3O8 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 -The Herald Sports Dusty and safe Ron Montreal third slides into home plate and is safe in a cloud of dust during 5th inning action of the Philadelphia Phillies-Montreal Expos game Friday night the encounter 4-2 The Expos went on to win White Sox match blow for but using ASSOCIATED PRESS John Mayberry a fighter' Dick Allen a peacemaker' Unusual roles for both base- ball but those were the parts they played Friday night Kansas City's usually mild-mannered first became incensed when he was struck just below the right knee by a pitch from Stan Bahnsen of Chicago White Sox The misguided toss came m the third one inning after Mayberry had tagged Bahnsen for a solo homer Mayberry charged toward the mound and tagged Bahnsen with both fists as players from both dugouts and bullpens streamed onto the field Several other fights broke out around the pitcher's mound and numerous punches were thrown in addition to clipping landed a shot to the jaw of Jim another Chicago pitcher who has been involved in many re- strained Mayberry When order was restored after 10 Mayberry was ejected but Bahnsen remained in the game to become the losing pitcher in Kansas City's 4-2 victory In other American League Boston Red Sox beat Milwaukee Brewers Min- nesota Twins routed Texas Rangers Cleveland Indians downed Detroit Tigers Baltimore Orioles beat New York Yankees and California Angels edged Oakland As 4 3 Mayberry s his ninth of the gave Kansas City a 1-0 lead and the Royals went ahead just prior to the brawl on Amos Otis' two-run single Garr continues to rack up hits By The ASSOCIATED PRESS The way Ralph Garr is going this he could hit close to 300 That's not a 300 batting but 300 hits One of the hottest batters in Garr added three more hits to his total while leading Atlanta Braves to a 3-0 decision over Houston Astros Friday rught not satisfied where I m Garr said despite drilling two home runs and a single in boosting his hit total to 73 at the first-quarter mark of the season Garr's 378 batting average leads the National andx if he continues at this frantic he'll have about 290 hits for the year In the other National League St Louis Cardinals nipped Chicago Cubs Pittsburgh Pirates beat New York Mets Montreal Expos defeated Philadelphia Phillies Cincinnati Reds defeated San Diego Padres 6-3 and San Francisco Giants turned back Los Angeles Dodgers 9-7 Buzz Capra pitched a three hitter for Atlanta while getting Garr's splendid support Garr led off the Braves first inning with his fourth homer of the season off Don 1-3 He connected again in the third inning Garr beat out an infield single in the his 24th hit in 48 at-bats over the last 11 games He walked in his other appearance at the plate Ted Simmons led off the ninth inning with a was sacrificed to third and scored in a run-down to give St Louis and Sonny Siebert the victory over Chicago Simmons scored when pinchhitter Tim McCarver grounded to first baseman Billy Williams and the Cubs left home plate unguarded during the run down tossed a five- hitter while loser Rick also allowed five hits Jerry Reuss hurled a six-hit- ter and Willie Stargell drove in one run and scored helping Pittsburgh beat New York Ron Hunt sparked a pair of two-run rallies and Ernie McAnally scattered seven leading Montreal over Philadelphia Fritz Peterson pitched a six- hitter and John Lowenstem drove in two runs in Cleveland's victory The Tigers wasted the 2900th hit of Al Kalme's major league career and a sparkling relief performance by Woody who allowed only one hit and no runs in six innings Rookie Jim Fuller doubled home the tying run in the sev- enth inning and Enos Cabell delivered the tie-breaker with a sacrifice helping the Orioles hand New York's Mel Stottlemyre his fifth consecutive loss Dave McNally was the win- with last-out help from Bob Reynolds The Angels victory was their first in nearly three years over Oakland ace Jim who had beaten them eight straight times since 1971 California's Mickey Rivers extended his hitting streak to nine games with a single and a while Oakland's Reggie Jackson hit in his 12th consecutive game Home runs by Bernie Carbo and Juan Beniquez paced Bos- ton's 12-hit attack that carried the Red Sox to their sixth straight victory and into first place in the AL one-half game ahead of Milwaukee The slugging Red Sox have scored 52 runs and had 85 hits during the streak Carbo and Cecil Cooper each collected three hits for while Dick Drago pitched four-hit scoreless relief over the last 4 2-3 innings and earned his fourth victory in five decisions Bert Minnesota's 23-year-old pitched a five-hitter for the 20th shutout of his major league career and received home run support from Harmon Killebrew and Larry Hisle Blyleven struck out walked none and shackled Texas Jeff Burroughs Bur- roughs had driven in at least one run in his last 10 one short of the major league and saw his 12-game hitting streak end Killebrew's homer was the 551st of his career Mlnutt Muffler 4th SI 3rd 9 ORR KARATE KUNG-FU STUDIOS RALPH Northern Southern Systems Equipped with Instruction 4712 SOth Street Centre East Alberta Phone 223-3322 LETHtWDflE OFFICE FURNITUK LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mad LethbrMge. Alberta Phone 321-7411 ADDING MACHINES Minor baseball The Angels scored a slim 6-5 victory over the Red Sox in a Lakeside Little League game Friday night Darin Chaki was superb in the win as he fired a two- hitter while fanning 14 batters Andrew Bedford suffered the loss allowing only five hits along with five strikeouts Gordon Tait led the winners at the plate stroking a home run and a double while Tom Amatto' and Derrick Scott managed singles off Chaki In another league the White Sox and Indians battled to an 8-8 stalemate In another league the White Sox and Indians battled to an 8-8 stalemate Jim Allen hurled for the Sox while Randy Coates did the chores for the Indians The Rockets registered a hard-fought 10-9 decision over the Cardinals in a Lakeside Farm League tilt last night Bradley Kimura was credited with the mound verdict over Shawn Ryan The win left the Rockets with a 7-0 record while the Cards now sit at 5-2 Meanwhile in a Norcrest Farm League the Cougars out-lasted the Bears 17-16 Bryan Laczo bested Robert Pederson on the mound while Murray Kimber led the Cougars at the plate with a double and single Brad Harvie also poked a triple for the winners while Kevin Crawford managed a home run in a losing cause In a Norcrest Little League the Cubs whipped the Dodgers 11-6 Dick Reedyck earned the win with 11 strikeouts while Craig Nyrose took the loss after fanning 10 Reedyck aided his own cause with a double and a pair of singles while Rick Moser added three singles Lonnie Kucheran managed a double and single for the Dodgers CANADIANS WIN SEOUL The visiting Canadian women's national volleyball team defeated the Hanil Chemical Textile squad 15-12 Thursday for their first win after five losses on their seven game exhibition series in Korea ELRICH TIRE SPORT W 1 Philadelphia 23 1 Boston t St New j Los San San St Louis Gibson at Chicago Bontiam Los Angeles John at San Francisco Bryant Montreal Renko and Torrez at Philadelphia Carlton and Ruthven New York Koosman at Pittsburgh Ellis Houston Dierker at Atlanta Morton Cincinnati Billmgham at San Diego Freisleben mum HI si i is St Louis 000 000 5 1 Chicago 000 000 5 0 Siebert Simmons Reuschel and Lundstedt Houston 000 000 3 0 Altanta 101 010 10 2 Wilson Cosgrove Scherman and M May Capra and Dates HR Montreal 200 020 5 0 Philadelphia 000 101 7 0 McAnally and Humphrey Lonberg Lmzy and Cox New York 000 010 6 1 Pittsburgh 201 000 11 0 Matlack Miller and Dyer Reuss and Sanguillen HR Los Angeles 000 034 13 2 San Francisco 207 000 9 3 Sutton Zahn Hough Marshall and Ferguson Bradley Williams Moffitl and Rader HRs Cincinnati 030 000 10 1 San Diego 200 000 8 0 Gullet Borbon and Bench Greif Romo and Barton Kendall Ih K.ll- 1 I- Garr All Smith SL Unser Pha Reitz SL Davis Mtl Morgan Cm Gross Hou Stennett Pgh Garvey LA Maddox SF Home Runs 14 Garvey 10 Runs Batted In Wynn 41 Garvey 40 Pitching four decisions Sosa San Francisco 501 000 Messersmith Los Angeles 4 0 1 000 9 0 7 1 Ml 193 149 105 1 54 135 147 127 163 179 194 27 27 20 12 18 25 23 16 29 28 I'd 73 378 56 376 36 343 52 338 45 333 49 333 12 331 53 325 58 324 62 320 Baltimore Cuellar at New York Dobson Milwaukee Wright at Boston Cleveland Texas Jenkins at Minnesota Albury Cleveland Johnson at Detroit Lagrow Chicago Wfod at Kansas City Busby Oakland at California Tanana mum s m si i is Baltimore 000 010 New York 010 100 McNally Reynolds and Hendncks Stottlemyre Lyle and Munson Texas 000 000 5 0 Minnesota 003 400 9 11 1 Clyde Allen Merntt Hargan Shellenback and Sims Blyleven and Borgmann HRs Hisle Killebrew Chicago 000 000 6 1 Kansas City 012 000 4 9 1 Bahnsen and Bnnkman Sphttorff and Healy HRs Mayberry Allen Cleveland 101 100 8 0 Detroit 100 000 6 0 Peterson and Duncan Slayback and Fryman Milwaukee 000 210 9 0 Boston 013 100 5 12 0 Champion Travers Murphy and Porter Moore Wise Drago and Fisk HRs Carbo Beniquez Oakland 000 010 8 1 California Oil 110 4 8 0 Hunter and Tenace Sells and Rodriguez HRs Mangual Rivers I I- M.I I IhVDhlts 154 130 136 98 103 138 142 127 100 92 Carew Mm Jackson Oak McRae KC Hargrove Tex Petrocelh Bos Yastrzemski B Robinson Bal Pimella Ny Gamble Cle Randle Tex Home Runs Jackson Morton Detroit Nellies New York Burroughs Texas each Runs Batted In Burroughs Jackson Pitching four dec sions G Perry Cleveland Drago Boston Fingers Oakland each It 24 28 20 18 10 27 10 15 12 17 II 62 51 48 34 34 45 46 41 32 29 I'd 403 392 353 347 330 326 324 323 320 315 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 1st Ave. S. 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