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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LcTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, September FABULOUS LAS VEGAS 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION Circus Circus Many Extras Several Departures from Calgary Only S215.00 rtn. per person (double occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Lovel 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES... IT SAVS 'ERE THAT AAARRIAGE ONE PfRSON LOVES MORE THAN THE OTHER. IK OUR WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOU LOVE ME THAN! LOVEXJU? DCWT TALK ROT." DON'T LOVE ME AS MUCK AS LOVE I THOUGHT WEREN'T SOW OUT Cincinnati rolling along hopes in mind XBOS add bleachers MONTREAL (CP; With the current dog-eat-dog pen- nant race in the National League s East Division fluc- tuating on a dav-to-dav basis Monti eal want to make sure aren t caught with their bleachers down The Expos with the smallest stadium in major league baseball announced Friday the club plans to ex- tend seating capacitj of 28 COO-seat Park to 31 000 seats The temporary Tleachets will be erected ochind right and centre fields construction to get under Sept 25. two weeks jeioie a National League plcuoit rtuuld start here John Mcfiale, president ot the club said both the owners up to the same capacity a-- Boston and they have held a series there McHale was referring to Boston's Fenway Park, home ot tne Amencain League Red Sox Seating capacity at the Boston park is The their final i eiuildr-season home game here Sept 24 against Pitt- sburgh Pirates Since the first two games ot the National League playoff are scheduled against the Division winner in the latter's home patk Oct 87 the Montreal team would not play the third tiamc o! the best-of-tive game seiies here until Oct 8 Marc Cloutier director of stadium operations tor the i'Apos said his staff would take the opportunity to place new sod on several areas ot the plavmg surface while election ot the temporary bleachers was in progress DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE (327-O821; 232 Uc STREET NORTH Expos hang right in there Throw a bone into the Cincinnati Reds doghouse. Bobby Tolan has earned at least that Tolan, suspended by the Reds after a front office run- in last month, delivered the ninth-inning single that sealed a Cincinnati comeback to beat Atlanta Braves 7-6 Friday night. The victory reduced the Reds' magic number for Clinching the National League's West Division to 11. runs in the first inning and Ken Dryden quits Habs MONTREAL top goaltender in the National Hockey League last season has given up his career as a a year player in favor of articling a year in law for a week. Ken Dryden ot Montreal Ca- nadiens announced at a news conference Friday that he will sit out the next hockey season and will instead work in the Toronto law firm of Osier, Hoskins and Harcourt The 26-year-old graduate of Cornell and McGill Univer- sities, said he reached his decision after continued attempts to renegotiate the second year of his two-year pact with the club failed. Dryden, a native of Toronto, said his move to the Toronto law firm and his withdrawal from hockey was "by far the most difficult decision I've made He denied signing with To- ronto Toros of the World Hocicey Association but con- ceded "I have talked with them, but we have reached no agreement "You talk about doing some- thing, but when it comes to do it you find it isn't he said "Especially when you've had three great years here. I could have played this season, but I wouldn't have been hap- py Dryden, who won the Vezma Trophy last season, the Calder Trophy in 1972 and the Conn Symthe Trophy the previous year, said money was not the main consideration in his deci- sion "It's a matter of he said. "You see someone else and where they are with their team. I could name six goalies at the start of last year that were higher paid than I was That bothers me Jacques Courtois, president of the Canadiens, who was at- tending an NHL meeting in New York with general manager Sam Pollock, issued a statement through the club's office here The statement said the 'club's management was "very disappointed that Ken Dryden has decided to an- nounce, just a few days prior to training camp, his intention not to abide by his contract." Coach Scotty Bowman was surprised at Dryden's an- nouncement but pointed out that the club has solid replacements "I think it's a big shock to everybody, to come at such a late date just before camp he said. McLellan with Leafs TORONTO (CP) Johnny McLellan who quit as coach ol Toronto Maple Leafs last spring, has been appointed assistant general manager of the National Hockey League club I'd Imd it prettv hard to describe just what my job con- sists ol except that I'll be sort ot a troubleshooter. helping out with whatever general nicinagei Jim Gregorv needs to have done, said McLellan And that s plenK McLellan said he has been negotiating contracts with some of the team s rookies and working on Leaf's top lai in team which this year he located in Oklahoma in the Central League Leonard (Red) Kellv. a tormer Leaf plaver and tormei coach of Los Angeles Kings and Pittsburgh Penguins lias taken over the Lea Is coaching position Los Angeles Dodgers remain- ed 4Vz games behind Cin- cinnati by walloping Houston Astros 13-1 In other action, Pittsburgh Pirates widened its East Divi- sion lead to IVz games, defeating St. Louis Cardinals 3-1 The loss dropped the Car- dinals to third place. Montreal Expos took over second place beating Philadelphia Phillies 3-2 while San Diego Padres nipped San Francisco Giants 4-3. Chicago's game at New York was rained out. The Reds are at home again tonight to Atlanta while other games have Philadelphia at Montreal. Pittsburgh at St Louis, Los Angeles at Houston, San Francisco at San Diego and Chicago playing a doubleheader at New York. The Phillies wind up their Montreal stand Sunday when Chicago is at New York, Pitts- burgh at St. Louis, Atlanta at Cincinnati, Los Angeles at Houston and San Francisco at San Diego The Reds were trailing 6-4 with the bases loaded and two out in the ninth inning against the Braves when Phil Gagliano hit a pinch single for two runs, tying the score and giving Tolan the chance to be a hero. "He couldn't have gotten a bigger hit if he'd played all said Gagliano "That's a story book said manager Sparky Anderson, who had barred Tolan from the clubhouse dur- ing his dispute with Bender. Montreal nicked Steve Carlton for three runs in the first two innings and made the early edge stand up for a 3-2 victory over Philadelphia that moved the Expos into second place. Bob Bailey singled home one run in the first and then a walk, singles by Ron Woods and Felipe Alou and a wild pitch added two more in the second. It was the fourth time in five meetings that the Expos have beaten Carlton this season Andy Messersmith tossed a four-hitter and contributed a two-run double to Los Angeles' attack as the Dodgers battered Houston 13- 1 Willie Davis collected four hits and the Dodgers scored four runs for Messersmith m the first inning before he went to the mound Pittsburgh struck for three Good years left behind Cordts tries again EDMONTON (CP) John Cordts made his reputation beating cars with twice the horsepower in his Austin Healey 10 years ago at several JUST ARRIVED! HARLEY- DAVIDSON Sportsters and Super Glides Best Selection You'll Ever See NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY WHEEL TRACK SHOP JSOOlOthAve.S. Great Falls, Mont. Phone 406 761-2805 NOTICE Frank Aitken wishes to announce effective September 5th the opening of his MAIN SERVICE CENTRE Corner 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Phone 327-6698 KEN ALLEN MECHANIC Ontario tracks 'Those were good years the Huntsville, Ont driver says This is a bad year." he said Friday "My car is just a pile ot junk Saturday, he will take a position, probably near the back of the starting grid, tor the Iirst heat ol the 200-mile Can-Am Challenge Cup series race for and the Molson's Cup If his ancient McLaren sur- vives the tortures of the first 75 miles he will line UD for Sunday's 125-mile second heat over the six-turn Edmonton International Speedway course of 2 5 miles Somewhere up the track, George Follmer, last year's Can-Am series champion, will be attempting to narrow Mark Donohue's series lead Donohue, with 79 series points, and Follmer with 47, both drive turbocharged Porsche entries which produce anything up to horsepower When it was new. just three years ago, Cordts's McLaren would crank out about 750 horsepower Now. it produces something substantially less Ii has a bad habit ol tailing it s impossible to predict just which pait will tail, the driver said Men like hard-charging South African Jodv Sheckter. with 39 series points, and Charlie Kemp, winner of the tir.st series race, are expected to i un strongly in their Porsches The Porsche equip- ment is relatively new and it reeks ol 000 just to buy one car Donohue may not make up his mind which of his two Por- sches to drive until just before race time Cordts's yellow McLaren, on the other hand may glint in the sun like the other 15 entries, but under the hood the purring has become can- takerous and rough His team, he is racing an old car with no sponsor and little cash "It s just a piece of junk, he says without veneration "But this series is (he top This is as lar as a man can go in the best This is the best series of them all -with the most power and taster cars DAVE LARKO MANAGER Frank invites all his friends and customers to drop in and see Dave or Ken for any of their automotive needs. WE HAVE MOVED and a lot of our customers cant find us So below is a map Cut it out and present it to us and get one dollar off on any of the following operations Wheel alignment, wheel bal- ancing wheel straightening, frame straightening, brake lobs, shock absorbers, tune ups DUDLEY'S CUSTOM SHOP 12193rd Ave. S. Phone 327-9237 c' fLKS CLUB ii iTKfE; Ft S. hung on to defeat St. Louis, dropping the Cardinals behind the Pirates. Willie StargelPs bad-hop single scored the first Pirate run off Reggie Cleveland of Swift Current, Sask and then Richie Hebner doubled home another before Bob Robert- son's check swing single scored the third. Clay Kirby and Mike Caldwell throttled San Fran- cisco on six bits, pitching San Diego to a 4-3 victory over the Giants Hiller hot, saves game ASSOCIATED PRESS Some people save tapes, others save essentials like meat and gasoline. John Hiller saves games. Lots of them Friday night he did his life preserver act again, the 35th time he's rescued a drowning Detroit Tiger pitcher this Sparky Lyle's American League record. "I think it's a thing to be proud said Toronto-born Hiller after protecting Mickey Lolich's 2-1 victory over Mil- waukee Brewers. Elsewhere, Minnesota Twins blanked Chicago White Sox 6-0, Boston Red Sox sub- dued Cleveland Indians 6-4, Oakland A's beat Texas Rangers 5-1 in 10 innings, California Angels edged Kan- sas City Royals 3-2 and the New York-Baltimore game was rained out Hiller may get an opportuni- ty to break the AL record when the Tigers meet Milwaukee today and Sunday at Detroit. In other games today, Cleveland is at Boston, Texas at Oakland, Kansas City at California, Minnesota at Chicago and a doubleheader is on tap at Baltimore when the Orioles entertain New York Yankees The other Sunday games are Texas at Oakland, Kansas City at California, Minnesota at Chicago, New York at Baltimore and Cleveland in Boston. Hiller wouldn't get excited about his pitching feat. "It's just not a reason to be said Hiller, who shows no ill effects from a heart attack he suffered in January, 1971 ELRICH TIRE SPORT New Kansas i i FRIDAY'S Texas 000 001 000 6 0 Oakland 000 000 000 9 0 Bibby Allen (10) and Suarez Hunter (14-9) and Tenace HR Tex- (26) (23) Cleveland 000 102 11 0 Boston 000 303 6 1 Timmerman (8 7) Hilgendorf (6) and Duncan Tiant (18-12) Bolm (9) and Montgomery HRs (2) (16) Milwaukee 000 000 5 1 Detroit 000 011 8 0 Colburn (19 10 and Porter, Lolich (15-13) Hiller (8) and Sims Kansas City 000 100 6 2 California 000 110 7 1 Busby (14 14) Bird (8) and Taylor Martinez (9) Tanana (1- 1) and Stelmaszek HR (9) Minnesota 020 200 101-6 7 0 Chicago 000 000 4 1 Blyleven (18-15) and Mnterwald Bahsen (18-18) Gossage (8) and Bnnkman Varney (9) New York at Baltimore ppd ram LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Carew Mm 529 85 182 344 W Norton Del 388 41 123 317 Murcer NY 561 77 174 310 D May Mil 583 52 180 309 Munson NY 478 77 145 303 Otis KC 548 86 165 301 R Smith Bos 377 69 113 300 Scott Ml 551 87 165 299 T Davis Bal 505 51 151 299 Cepeda Bos 519 50 155 299 Home runs Jackson Oakland (31) Fisk Boston F Robinson. California Burroughs Texas (26) Runs batted m Jackson (112) Mayberry Kansas City (96) Pitching (13) decisions Hunler Oakland (19-4) (826) McDaniel New York (12-4) 750) NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Pittsburgh 73 71 507 Montreal 72 73 497 1 Vz SI Louis 72 74 493 2 New York 71 75 486 3 Chicago 69 76 476 4'j Phila 65 82 442 West Cinnnna'i 90 57 612 Los Angeles 86 62 581 4'? San Fran 81 65 555 8'z Houston 74 75 497 17 Atlanta 72 77 483 19 San Diego 54 92 370 35 "2 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles 400 003 17 0 Houston 000 100 141 Messersmith (13-10) and Ferguson Reuss Dierker (7) Cosgrove (8) Crawford (9) and Jutze Pittsburgh 300 000 7 1 St Louis 100 000 6 1 Bnles (13-12) Hernandez (7) and May Cleveland (13-9) Hrabosky (8) and Simmons San Fran 000 000 0 0 San Diego 002 101 10 3 Manchal (10-13) Moffitt (7) and Arnold Kirkby (8-16) Caldwell (9) and Kendall Atlanta 001 130 10 0 Cincinnati 100 020 9 0 Harrison House (9) J Niekro (2-4) (9) and Dietz Casanova (9) Gullett Baney (6) Hall (8) Borbon (9-4) (9) and Bench HRs (41) Evans (39) Phila 011 000 7 2 Montreal 120 000 5 2 Carlton (11-19) and Boone, Moore, Tayloi (2 3) (5) and Boccabella LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H' Pet. Rose Cm 615 108 214 348 Watson Hou 543 92 172 317 Cedeno Hou 482 77 152 315 Maddox SF 519 73 162 312 Cardenal. Chi 463 74 144 311 Grubb SD 383 52 119 311 Hunt Mil 401 61 124 309 T Perez Cm 519 66 160 308 Singleton Mtl 504 93 154 306 Garr Atl 630 92 191 303 Home runs Johnson. Atlanta. Stargell Pittsburgh Evans Atlanta. (39) Runs batted in Stargell. Bench Cincinnati (103) Pitching (13) decisions Stone New York Sosa, San Francisco (10- 3) 769) Billmgham Cincinnati Bor- bon Cincinnati 692) SEIBERLING G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES Each ELRICH TIRES LTD. "YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER" COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 IstAvs. South Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;