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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Monday, September 30, 1974 CHRISTMAS IN DISNEYLAND Tokirg to ChooM from Storting 20th For PrlcM, ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phont 328-3201 Herald Sports Taber Suns goalie Oaig Archibald drops on puck off the of Calgary Canuck Dave Scott while Suns' Randy Joevenazzo assists Taber club makes debut in Alberta Junior League Golden Suns split weekend pair By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer The Taber Golden Suns earned a split in their initial weekend in the Alberta Junior Hockey League Saturday night the Suns lost a 9 6 verdict to the Calgary Canucks but rebounded Sunday to whip the Drumheller Falcons 8-3 These were the first official league games the people of Taber have witnessed featuring a team boasting the town's colors Boo Miller was the big gun for the homestandmg Taber club over the weekend potting four goals three Saturday and on Sunday Bob Walhs Greg Koper and Kandy Joevenazzo all had two goals for the Suns over the two games led the Taber crew to victory Sunday scoring his two markers >n the first stanza and getting his club off LO a fast start Joevenazzo and Miller also connected in the first period and Taber led 4-1 at thp The lone Falcon goal was bv Dan Lazlo Lazio and the Suns" Darcy D tne onlv goal 'Ci-er- in :he frame ard ciubs went to the dressing room with Taber leading 5-2 The Suns poured it on in the third period with Bruce Green Greg Koper and Donny Renner all hitting the scoresheet for Taber Ryan Wecker was responsible for the only Drumheller marker Sa'urdav night Taber started out on the right foot when Miller gave them a 1-0 lead but the Canucks Wayne Sherger scored two in a row and the Suns trailed 2 1 Dave Hougen tied it up for the Suns and then Miller put them in front 3 2 That was the last time they had the lead as Ross Peterson knotted the score to end the period The Canucks scored four straight goals in the second, two by Owen Owchar and one apiece from Mike Haworth and Dave Scott Joevenazzo scored in the dying seconds of Yankees can't catch Orioles, Red Sox officially out of it PRESS New York YanKees keep winning, but they just can't catch up with Baltimore Orioles Graig Nettles belted two home runs and Rudy May pitched a four-hitter Sunday to help the Yankees post their fourth consecutive victory, a 100 romp over Cleveland In- dians But Baltimore remained onehalf game ahead of the Yankees in the chase for the American League East flag bv nipping Milwaukee Brewers 4- 3. the winning run scoring on four walks in the ninth inning Baltimore has three games STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! P.M. RAMIREZ vs P. KELLY QUINN vs CODY HURST MARTEl vs KOWALSKI SAVA6E Bonanza cardl 7BigBoute S3.00 left in the rgular season, at Detroit tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday The Yankees have two games left, at Minor Hockey registration this week Boys interested in playing Minor Hocke> this season in Lethbndge are reminded that registrations start Tueslay and run through until Monday, Oct 7 Registrations will be taken at the Adams Ice Centre from 6 to 9 p m on weekdays and noon to 6 p m Saturday and Sundav Proof of age is needed in order to register and no late registrations will be accepted Registration fee is per boy with families of three or over paying to cover all the family X _, _ T, f, J> MINUTE MUFFLER Milwaukee Tuesday and Wednesday Elsewhere Sunday, Detroit Tigers defeated Boston Red Sox 74, Texas Rangers blank- ed Kansas City Royals 5-0, California Angels beat Minnesota Twins 40 and Oakland A s edged Chicago White Sox 3-2 In Saturday s games. New York beat Cleveland 9-3 and 9- 7 Boston beat Detroit 7-2. Texas blanked Kansas City 11- 0 Oakland edged Chicago 6-5 Baltimore beat Milwaukee 7- 1 and California blanked Minnesota 40 Mav struck out 13 in pitching his first complete game since joining the Yankees from California Angels June 15 New York scored two runs in the first against former Yankee Fritz Peterson, then broke it open with four runs in the third Lou PimeHa scored the first run of the inning on an error by left fielder Joe Sandy Alomar stroked a run-scoring single and relief pitcher Milt Wilcox gave up bases-loaded walks to Elliott Maddox and Murcer Nettles hit his first home run of the game in the fourth inning. Piniclia and Thurman delivered RBI singles in tne fifth and Netslef hit Jus 22nrj hoiw rii" "f the season in the sixth naking it Boog Powell's basfo-loeded walk in the ninth gave ori- oles their sixih victon in a and 25Ui in 31 starts down the stretch After Milwaukee starter 3im Slaton, 13-16 struck out Mark 10th strikeout of the ff the Orioles" ninth he issued consecaljve walks to Rich Coggins Paul Blair and Bobby Gnch, loading the Tom Murphv then relieved Slaton and got Tommy Davis hit into a forceout at the plate before Powell walked. forcing in Blair with the winn- in run the period to make it 74 After the second Canuck goal of the period Taber coach Garry Hull switched goalies, sending Craig Luciak in place of Craig Archibald Scott scored again for Calgary early in the third period but Greg Koper came back for the Suns Haworth potted his second goal of the night to give the Canucks a 9-5 lead Miller completed his hat trick for the Suns late in the period to close the game out at 9-6 ICE CHIPS Four players scored two goals Saturdav but couldn't put the third one in for the hat trick Taber showed very little in the way of hitting Saturday they only had two minor penalties during the game the three smallest players on the Suns squad Donny Renner Tom Schieber and Bob Miller were the only ones really hustling and checking Saturdav Sunday the Suns picked up eight minor and two mdjors as they used their bodies a bit more 1 200 people in the games each evpnipg Calgarv Taber 40-32 the Sunb outshot Dnimheller 47-36 Craig Lucnn. was in the nets for the whoie game Sunday Cards hang tough ASSOCIATED PRESS A loss to New York Mets might shake up the National League East, but it doesn't shake Pittsburgh Pirates manager Danny Murtaugh "I don't think there's any reason for a wake said Mur- taugh Sunday, after a 7-2 loss to the Mets, dropping the Pirates back into a first-place tie with St Louis Cardinals "We had a seven-game road trip against two pretty good clubs (St Louis and New York) and came out of it with five said the Pirate manager "The way we play on the road, you'd settle for almost anything Now, when we had to, we came out with five out of seven Each team has three games left in the regular season In the other National League games, the Cardinals defeated the Cubs 7-3, Cincin- nati Reds trimmed San Fran- cisco Giants 7-3, Houston Astros defeated Atlanta Braves 9-6 and Montreal Ex- pos whipped Philadelphia Phillies 6-3 Los Angeles Dodgers, who have already clinched a tie for the National League West pennant, were idle Sunday In Saturday's games, Pitts- burgh defeated New York 7-3, Chicago beat St Louis 8-3, Cincinnati downed San Fran- cisco 13-6, Montreal beat Philadelphia 3-1, Los Angeles topped San Diego 5-2 and Houston and Atlanta split, the Astros winning the first 5-0 but losing the second game 6- 2 Bob Apodaca fired a three- hitter to lead the Mets over the Pirates Pittsburgh was hitless until the sixth when Gene Chnes hit a pinch single to right field The Mets staked Apodaca, 66, to an early lead, chasing starter Ken Brett in a four-run second inning Teddy Martinez opened the second with a booming triple and trotted home on Duffy Dyer's single for the game's first run Then Wayne Garrett doubled into the right field corner and Apodaca walked, loading the bases Don Hahn's single gave the Mets two more runs and fin- ished Brett, 13-9. Larry Demery relieved and Ayala's sacrifice fly delivered the fourth New York run Jose Cruz' pinch three-run homer capped a four-run sixth inning which gave St Louis its victory over Chicago All four of the Cardinal runs in the sixth were unearned as pitcher Steve Stone com- mitted a throwing error and shortstop Don Kessmger dropped the apparent third- cut pop before Cruz, batting for ailing Reggie Smith, hit h.s fifth homer of the season Red Devils lose twice The Pass Red Devils took it an the cnm twice over the weekend m Alberta .Junior Hockey League action Sundav tho Calgary Canucks the JO 2 in CJgary wfaJe Jhr DrumheHer took the Dr'.jls n 6 in Canucks tallied 64 shots on goal while the Pass had 26 on Canuck goalie Ron Burgess Tom Cassidv combined with Doup Forbes m the Pass net Meanwhile. Saturdav tlie Red Devi's biew a 4-3 second jicr'od 3csd and were S 2 in the final as thi Falcons took an Hulch 4 ne 1 jijerson earn fiv S'jnaav With (s Dave Srntt Vrtr Mclvor and Mendel gelling the NIX trials Thi rrnrksman Dave team a 2-1 lead vn 1hc iirsl pcnod but 1 railed 4 2 in the second Jra'Tir John Hawkins scored the second goal for the Pass Canucks collected nine minors and seven majors. while the Pass had 16 minors and seven majors Both teams had two game misconducts and one 30- r" flute or -victory The s-eason opener for both clubs saw The Pass take a 2-1 3ead in Jhe first penod before rflfiapsjne m the Jsnal franie The Pass gol two goa3s from Barry Luckfussle and singles were added by -John Hawkins Howard Walker. Rick Durstin and Boyd McMasters Brian McCausland. Roger Mitchell Merlin Maiinowski. Ron Rose, Dennis Wallis Randy Marshall Jim Nill and Rvan Wecker were Ihe Drumheller marksmen Randy Sparks of The Pass took a misconduct penalty and ITtevjls took two of Oiree majors The teams split 24 minor >enaHies LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. 7th StrMl Shopping Mill Lithbridgr Alkrti PhoiN (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet L Pet GBL Pitls 85 74 535 88 71 553 St Louis 85 74 535 York 88 72 550 V2 Montreal 78 81 491 83 76 522 5 Phila 78 81 491 75 84 472 13 New York 70 89 440 75 85 469 Chicago 66 93 415 72 87 453 16 Los Angeles 100 59 629 90 70 563 Cincinnati 98 62 613 83 75 525 6 Atlanta 86 74 538 81 79 506 9 Houston 80 79 503 78 80 494 11 San Fran 71 89 444 29 City 77 83 481 13 San Diego 59 369 41 66 94 413 24 GAMES TODAY'S Gnmsley (18 13) at Chicago Bonham (11-21) a' Lolich (16-20) sburgh Kison J Perry (16 12) at Philadelphia Chistenson (1-0) Lee (17-14) New York Koosman (14 11) Los Angeles Rau (13-10) at Houston Dierker (10-10) St Louis Forsch (6 4) at Momreal Rogers RESULTS New York 10 ClevPland 0 Detroit 7 Boston 4 Baltimore 4 Milwaukee 3 Texas 5 Kansas City 0 SUNDAY'S 3 Chicago 2 New York 7 Pittsburgh 4 Minnesota 0 St Louis 7 Chicago RESULTS Houston 9 Atlanta York 9 9 Cleveland 3 7 Cincinnati 7 San Francisco 7 Detroit 2 Montreal 6 Philadelphia 1 1 Kansas City 0 SATURDAY'S 6 Chicago 5 Pittsburgh 7 New York 7 Milwaukee 1 Chicago 8 St Louis 4 Minnesota 0 C ncmnati 13 San F'ancisco RACE Montreal 3 Philadelphia Houston 5-2 Atlanta 0 L Pet GB TP Los Angeies 5 San Diego 89 71 556 3 York 88 72 550 2 PENNANT 3 Away 3 Detroit 3 30 Oct 1 2 W L Pet GBL TP Pittsburgh 85 74 535 York 2 Away 2 Milwaukee 2 Oct 1 2 St Louis 85 74 535 3 Pittsburgh 3 Home 3 Chicago 3 Sept 30 Oct 1 2 St Louis 3 3 Montreal 3 Sept 30 Oct 1 2 LEADERS AB R H Pet Carew Mm 594 86 216 364 Hargrove Tex 411 57 134 326 Orta Chi 51V 74 165 319 W L Fct. 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