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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE Cards fall back of Pirates ANDY CAPP Dodgers still not rid of Reds ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitcher Mike Marshall broke his record Sunday and Los Angeles Dodgers took a firm grip on first place in baseball's National League West Division. Marshall, making his record breaking 93rd appearance of the season, came on in the eighth inning to snuff out a Cincinnati rally, then struck out the side in the ninth to preserve the Dodg- ers' 7-4 victory over the Reds. The victory gave the Dodgers two out of three in their weekend series against the Reds and put them 3Vz games ahead of the second- place Reds. Have a drink Tim McCarver, Boston Red Sox catcher, gets a drinK in his face as he chases a pop fly. Both McCarver and pitcher Bill Lee missed the ball. Race results CALGARY (CP) Race results from Stampede park Saturday FIRST S2.000, claiming 2 year olds. 6 furlongs Battle Fatigue (Ollive) 6.40 3.40 260, Diamond El (Gold) 430 270. Bashful Bertie (L Wiseman) 2 80 Time 1 '3 Flying Kahoutek After Gift Shrill Clarion also ran SECOND 700. claiming 6 furlongs Air Strike (Oil've) 8.10 440 360 Beyond The Moon (Norns) 1640 7 30. Cotton Future (Whittle) 3 60 Time. 1 11 Pal Boy. Ediths Boy, Tara Downs. A Mistake also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD S1.500. claiming, 6 furlongs Lady Stuart (D Wiseman) 6.90 4.00 3 00. Lloyds Image (HendnckS) 6 70 4.50. Smooth Edge (Pearson) 2 90 Time Skipper Tan. Gmnies Boy. Windy Haven. Winds Across. Mike Mullen. Caroufer Balcony Honey also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH S1 900 claiming. 6 furlongs Mr Wolfe (D Wiseman) 6 20 3 80 3 80 3 40. Theobold (Coombs) 3 90 3 30 Naval Convoy (Hedge) 4.80 Time- 1 14 Celtic Plot. Haydens Symphony, Patmos Hard To Please Grey Knight also 'an FIFTH S21.600 claiming 3 year olds. 6 furlongs King Chitty (Olhve) 12 00 5 40 4 20 Atterol (Gold) 4 00 3 10. Neuti Nash (Hedge) 3 40 Time 1 "2 Tifany Slar. Donn'a Boom. Brown P-OCTIX Ple.ades Boy. Segal Spirit Kc- Kirn also ran EXACTOR: 540.20. SIXTH claiming, 3 year olds, 1 mile Itchy Foot (Hendncks) 930 440 2 90 Icy Copy (Coombs) 8.30 4.40. Forestry (Norns) 3 10 Time 1.45. Hadahoney, Royal West, Morning Knight, Stormy Spirit also ran SEVENTH claiming, 6 furlongs. So Long Fellas (Coombs) 1020 4 90 3 40. Judge Tardy (Rasmussen) 4 70 3 70. Wiffi Waffi (Ollive) 5 80. Time. 1.11 (Track Record) Sandswift Swift Cash. Mr. Murphy. Comax also ran EIGHTH S3.700, 7 furlongs Edie's Prize (Hedge) 4.40, Jay (Gold) 340 250. Bolcanic (Ollive) 2.50. Time 1.10 (Track Record) Silk Route, Free To Travel. Eagle Star also ran NINTH claiming. 1 miles. Kyed (Norns) 1880 830 500. Sultan's Diary (Hendrick) 6.50 3.70. Superstart (Kipling) 2 90 Time 1.46 Fire Speed. Jody Star. Pam's Delight. Pay Your Bill Nizely Does It. Perfect Host also ran. QUINELLA: ATTENDANCE: BETTING: CPGA champ MONTREAL (CP) -hard Millaire captured the v .nadian Professional Golfers Association tourna- ment Saturday by posting a final round score of strokes under par. Rams belt Spurrier, '49ers 17-7 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Franciso '49ers, who have become accustomed to losing National Football League exhibition games, lost another one Sunday and their starting quarterback as well. Defensive ends Fred Dryer and Jack Youngblood teamed up for a 54-yard third-quarter touchdown play, leading Los Angeles Rams to a 17-7 win over the '49ers. Steve Spurrier, scheduled to open the season as the '49ers' No. 1 quarterback, will be out of action about two months after suffering a right shoulder separation. Atlanta Falcons downed Denver Broncos 20-14 and New England Patriots stopped Philadelphia Eagles 27-17 in Sunday's other exhibi- tion games, winding up the pre-season schedule. The regular schedule opens next weekend. In Saturday's games, Oakland Raiders trounced New York Jets 31-6, Miami Dolphins whipped Chicago Bears 30-7. Detroit Lions downed Cleveland Browns 21- 7. New Orleans Saints topped Houston Oilers 24-16 and Min- nesota Vikings rolled over San Diego Chargers 42-0. Marshall pitched in all three games of the series to break his mark of 92 appearances in one season, set with Montreal Expos last year, i He also set a record for in- nings pitched in one season by a reliever. He now has 180 2-3, surpassing his former mark of 179. Elsewhere in the National League Sunday, New York Mets beat St. Louis Cardinals 5-3, Pittsburgh Pirates defeated Montreal 8-2, Houston Astros edged San Diego Padres 3-2, Philadelphia Phillies out- scored Chicago Cubs 11-10 and Atlanta Braves beat San Fran- cisco Giants 5-3. In Saturday's games, Cincinnati downed Los Angeles 7-5, St. Louis edged New York 2-1, Pittsburgh nudged Montreal 6-5, San Diego topped Houston 8-4, Chicago blanked Philadelphia 30 and San Francisco dropped Atlanta 6-0. The Dodgers' victory, before a sellout crowd of 465 at Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium, was Los Angeles' llth in 15 meetings with the Reds. The Dodgers chased Cincin- nati ace Jack Billingham, 18- 9. in the sixth, taking a 4-3 lead on Dave Lopes' bases-loaded grounder. Bill Buckner then greeted reliever Pedro Borbon with a double off the right field wall for a three-run lead. Marshall was tagged with the loss Saturday when the Dodgers squandered a 5-0 second-inning lead in the se- cond game of the series and lost 7-5 on Joe Morgan's two- run homer in the eighth. Despite two stolen bases by the Cards' Lou Brock, who drew within one of equalling Maury Wills' single-season record of 104, St. Louis was beaten by the Mets and fell 2Vz games behind Pittsburgh in the National League East. Brock raised his season theft total to 103 by stealing second base in the second and eighth innings off Tom Seaver. He also equalled the NL career mark of 738 held by Max Carey. Pittsburgh posted its 13th victory in its last 15 games, scoring five runs in the eighth inning, including a grand-slam homer by Dave Parker. Montreal lost its sixth in a row, and starting pitcher Steve Rogers lost his 20th game against 12 victories. Wilbur Howard's first ma- jor league home run, in the seventh inning, lifted Houston to victory and handed Padres starter Randy Jones his 20th loss of the season. Jones, who allowed just four hits, has won seven. Bob Boone's three-run dou- ble capped a seven-run third inning for the Phils, who then held off repeated Cub rallies. Chicago's Jerry Morales ac- counted for the Cubs' final four runs in the ninth inning with the first grand-slam homer of his major league career. Dart meeting The Dart Club of the Lethbridge Army, Navy and Airforce. Unit 34, will hold its annual general meeting tonight at 8 p.m. in the club rooms. All members are asked to attend as an election of officers is slated. Staying in Calgary? Stay with friends. Traditional Calgary hospitality starts with us. So the next time you Ye headed our way call zenith 6-6014 from anywhere ?n Alberta for reservations. It's loll Or ask your travel agent to ruierve a room Isn't that friendly? Downtown 9th Ave and 1st St. next to the Calgary Tower CP Hotels H I'VE THREATENE WITH THE SACK OVER WERE WOULD I FIND ANOTHER. JOB AT MY PLEASE, PERCY, DON'T START v TO (CONCENTRATE THING? UP A ftlT Fx Y6R "fl- Head-to-head battle shaping up as Red Sox draw even with Yankees THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees can forget about the first 125 games of their American League baseball schedules. Only the last 17 games count now, starting tonight when the two teams tied for first place in the AL West meet in the first game of a two-game series at Boston. The Red Sox downed Mil- waukee Brewers 8-6 Sunday to move into a first-place with the Yankees, who took an 11-3 pounding from the Tigers at Detroit. Baltimore Orioles stayed a game out of the lead despite a 7-4 loss to Cleveland Indians. The Orioles open a two-game series with the Brewers. In Sunday's other games, Texas Rangers clipped Oakland A's 5-1, Minnesota Twins beat Kansas City Royals 84, and Chicago White Sox shaded California Angels 1-0. On Saturday, the Orioles edged Cleveland 3-2, the Red Sox shaded Milwaukee 4-3, the Rangers trounced Oakland 8- 2, the Royals blanked Minnesota 1-0, the Angels tripped Chicago 3-1, and the Tigers whipped New York 8-3 and then lost the nightcap 1-0. DRIVES IN SEVEN Bill Freehan had a grand- slam homer and three singles and drove in seven runs as De- troit slowed New York's pen- nant drive. Joe Coleman, 12- 12, held the Yankees to seven hits. The Tigers are 9Vz games behind, last in the East. Freehan's homer capped a five-run, two-out, third inning against Dick Tidrow, 11-12. Gary Sutherland singled in the first run, Al Kaline followed with an infield hit and Ben Og- livie walked to set the stage for Freehan. Dwight Evans hit a two-run homer, Tim McCarver had a key double and Dick Pole pitched sparkling relief ball to lead Boston over Milwaukee. Taking over for starter Juan Marichal after Milwaukee scored two runs and had the bases loaded with one out in the first, Pole gave up a two- run single to Tom Johnson, but was in command until the eighth inning when the Brewers scored their final two runs Cleveland used home runs by George Hendrick, Tom McCraw and Charlie Spikes to stop the Orioles' 10-game winning streak. Hendrick's homer put the Indians in front 2-0 in the first inning and McCraw's belt made it 3-0. Baltimore set an AL record in its Saturday win when it ran its shutout string to 54 innings before Cleveland touched Ross Grimsley for two runs in the ninth. The Orioles, who had five shutouts in a row, topped the runless-mning streak of 47 set by the 1947 Indians. Ferguson Jenkins scatterec seven hits, pitching Texar over Oakland and moving the Rangers within 5Vz games ol the A's in the AL West. Jenkins, 22-11, struck out 10 and walked one. Phil Roof, who came into the game with a .213 average and just nine runs batted in for the season, hit the first grand slam of his major league career to lead Minnesota over Kansas City. Lee Richard's third-inning only hit off Andy to the only run of the game as Chicago beat California BOWLING TO RUSSIA SKOKIE, 111. (AP) Russia's first public bowling centre will be unveiled Sept 27 in Moscow's Gorki Park, it was announced Friday by the Brunswick Corp., the com- pany installing the 16-lane plant. 14 point One price includes Initial electronic scope check Test and clean battery, cables and hold down All labour for service and installation of spark plugs Test cylinder output All labour for replacement of condenser Check rotor Check H T wiring, distributor cap. coil, primary C'rcuit Check and adjust timing Check P C V operation Check and lubricate heat riser valve Check and adjust idle mixture Check fuel pump and filter for proper operation Check air cleaner element Final scope check Winter-Ready Check-up Q88 Change oil Change ori filter Check hoses Check belts Pressure test cooling system Check anMreeze strength Check block healer operation TiclurJir-T i an 10 qiWK Oi any I %s" w STT molfjT ml ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR 90 DAYS OR MILES "We know how much you depend on your You pay no more than or ces quoted a1 Esso Complete Car Care Retailers Put your purchase on your Credit Car-rJ Or at mosl stations you r-sn use your Charger or Master Charge card O11er good until September P8 1974 ;