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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -W.Ji.llJi 1, UTHMIDGI HEUiD IS Only One Signature Missing Pilots Are Now The Brewers SEATTLE (AP) Seatfe H- Ueague. Leon Wagner, another former slugging star, also was sent out. Minnesota cut 11 players, to- eluding pitcher Dick Woodson, and requested waivers on AIM son, a 35-'year-oW outfielder who las beHed 255 homers in 12 ma- season. If he is un- dairoed by midnight Thursday night, he can be given an uncon- ditional release. RELEASE PITCrrER Atlanta reached the 25-man limit by optioning pitcher Gary S'efittuer to Richmond of the IT teraational League and Louts released pitcher Did Hughes, who signed with their Arkansas farm dub M a coach. The Cardinals also sent pitcher Jerry Johnson and outfielder Lee Thermae to Tulsa of the Amer can Aworiation. Montreal placed outfielder Ty CKne and pitcher Mike Weg-nrr on the disabled list. Ctine recent ly unda vieiit tin appendectomy and Wegener is recovering from surgery on his right elbow. Back on the exhibition front Philadelphia outlasted St. Louis 12-11 despite a five-ran Cerdina uprising m the nfnHi hiring. Hamiigan Suspended SEATTLE (AP) Pit Hart nigan of the Vancouver Can ticks has been suspended for the duration of regular and por; season Western Hockey League play for his involvement in jUck-swinging incident laot Frt day, WHL president Gene Kma- sewkh announced today, Harclgan also was fined for match penalty he incur red during the incident la game between the Canada i the Portland Buckaim in Vi couver, HannJgan broke his stkk over Portland defenceman Com Madman', head, Senior baseball playoffs in Alberta vtill have a doublfrtar-l reiled importance this season. Not only veil) teams be shoot- ing for the ptwinciil champ- ioaship, hut also be vying for the right to represent Alber- ta in the national Pan-American Games tournament in Brandon. The Afcerta Baseball Associa- tion, at an executive meeting in Calgary recently, decided that the provincial senior winners will meet the representative of the Alberta Major Baseball League the only major semor loop in the province in a best of-three series in August ABA Director Larry Smilh of Lemfaridge said the winner of this series will form the nu- cleus of Alberta's entry in the August 28-31 tourney to select the Canadian representative to the 1971 Pan-Am Games in Cali, Columbia. He said a maximum of 1! players from the wiarang squac will make the trip to Manitoba along with a Tniramirm of replacements. A general manager, appoin- ed by the ABA, shall accompany team and be responsible for and deporbneot, Mr ivter added. a a move to encourage greater participation, the Al- berta Baseball Association will recommend the use of limited substitution in mite, Little Cana- an, peewee and bantam 'cal- ories this MASOU. Under the limited substitution ule, a player excluding the tener may be substituted once during the course of a lecmits Needed By Ski Patrol The southern Afcerta division the Canadian Ski Patrol Sy- stem is currently looking new members. (Bowling! Highs AMI SENIOK CITIZEN} tvar, Evan 3Mt Htnry BKhttwId H Malt Hofforth Frank mi Matt Bernhart 260; tin Mllner SW; Carl McCann 2W; Ark (cole 322; Roy LaValky ZH; Ma- III 219. fREBUILT Glenn Urry Du- mmirer IK: Rkhird Garrtlt Jim Frocws IX; Les Spackmai Bob Thomson Nedrt Williams ElalM Frouwi m, Isobet Onfen 33. ST. MICHAELS Frank Waugh m and Ul! Bill Kelly MO Gordon "oghtrn Tom Tomlyama 331; DkV m-. Stiff 707; Mtr Tomlyarpa 2U; Shirley Psckham TQSi Dtttit Smith 21? i Bonnie Sturm 241) Nlcolly 216. Stan McDonkJ 211 Ralph Sui- n 337 Bob Hamilton Wllma Vaier 307; Lydla Scrraein }45; tlnda Llptak mil Len Schelbner Mar KItbnt 254; Jorn Erkkion 321 Bruce Canfleld m Issv lergman IM5I; Debbh Matson JUNIOR'! LADIES Nha Srndlinger 303 Dorottiy Wursl 351, Ksth.y Ludwlg 2X 'rancn Harris 251, jMn Blllett 25} Kooto 237, VI YurkowsM Marge Jo Drckout 225, Macreen McKay 2i3 wu. SOU DIES Gary Tunbrklga m (Bfl, Bert Meiel Abe Ennt 344 jofcn Rempel 3J7 Llwd Metier" Bill Htucka Ramfy Wolston- croft Norm Toiler 271 Kon Senia 274 Shlg 27t [77J1. FREEL'S trtlDYl Am Todd 301 Gnen 27J, Loreen Kunz 263, Grace Beartf 240 FID KoHkxnon M Jnn Pauey 332 Mara SmrTh m YvamjCimte J41 (HI) Cfirlille m Canada's Stand Now Is Firm DAUPHIN, Man. (CP) Canada will not return to inter national ice hockey competition "until we can play our best, at least the nine professionals we asked Eari Dawson, Canadian Amateur Hockey As- sociation president, said Tues- day. "We are not going back bended he added. His comments brought tbm derous applause from an aud eoce of more thaa 200 midge hockey players, here for the Ca radian midget championships. Dawson said crowds for the recent world tournament Stockholm were small. He sax the city of Stockholm purchasec tickets to fill empty seats. The 1970 world tournamen was transferred to Sweden from Canada earlier this year after Canada withdrew from compel tion over the International Ice Federation's refusal allow use of nine professionals Dawson told the 16 and 1 year-old hockey players one one "that has just won its eighth Can- ada's stumbling block. "Tt controls a group of votes and a group of countries that as they the president sa The Soviet Union defeatec Sweden 3-1 Monday for the wor hockey dtampionshep. This past season, although not yet finisiied, has been one of >ig success for the local group and for another top year neif ar recruits are needed. Anyone interested is asked to contact D. Buckler at 327-7031 A dfepiay of operations fa plan- ned for this Satiiday, April 4 at West CasUe. Police Title To Bnicker PRINCE ALBERT (CP) Bob Brucker of Saskatoon won the Camdian Police Cnriinj; championship Tuesday with an H rlecision over Gerry Davis of Winnipeg in the "B" final of the two-day competition. Stackers Meet This Evening The Southern Alberta Ai Racers wiC hoM a genera meeting tonight at in th Labor Club. One of tnc msin the meeting will be to elect rice president for the D coming Boh Hclinc- former rice president, ha taken over the post of pres dent followuig the resignation of Max Davies. The 1970 racing seasoi less than one month away plans are for a bigger better year than last year. SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WI A Mumn MOST ntt MSTALUTION TO MrWTt mSTAUATJOH UmMi GUMANTRD MUFFIR! nm rNsncnoN AW> tsrwunt AU AT for game sad put back later in the same pbee in the batting order. A player, under eiisting rules, cannot return to the ;ame once he a removed from he lineup. "This leaves too many play prs sitting on the said ABA Director Larry Smith. "A coach k ofteo reluctant to sub- stitute his best players unless is team has a big lead or is railing badly. The new rule should change this attitude anc gel more kids into the game.1 Limited substitution, be adds s m wide use in California arx "has worked extremely well." The procedure will not be man- datory in the 1970 ABA pro gram but "we inlaid to encour age leagues to introduce said Larry Smith, The ABA execuh're also has decided that tie new mile class fkation, for youngsters 11 an under, win operate in "A" anc divisions this season. Teams participating in the "A section will advance to zone playoffs. There wiH not be provincial final. Mites will un I aumoa with 604oot base patte and 42 foot pitching distance. wffl not be allowed, which already had beea filed ta ate court and was awaiting re- loval of the team. That suit contends that eague violated the state's anti- rust laws by excluding compel- tors from the baseball and restrained trade in various areas. As a result of the alleged antitrust violations the state, ily and their-citizens and busl- will suffer economic in- ury, the suit argues. WasKcjion's two powerful 3emocratic senators, Warren Magnusson and Heory M. ackson, have said they will in- reduce legislation away ttsebaU's antitrust immunity u soon as Congress reconvene! next week. There was no doubt that dub couldn't meet its debts u hey came due and soon would >e insolvent, Voliim said. With he baseball season only a week away, the Pilots were in an emergency situation, he added. The only other solution was to rorce Ihe Americar. League to carry the team and with it defi- cit financing amounting to more. than during the next three years. KUHN KEEPS QUIET In New York, baseball com., missioner Bowie Kuhn said "no to the entire Seattle- Milwaukee situation. Bui the newest American League executive, Allan (Bud) Selig, president of the BreWn, said: "We are delighted with the decision of federal bank- ruptcy referee Sidney C. inn." Max Soriano, the Pilots' mi- nority shareholder and secre- tary-treasurer, said he was re- lieved U> be out of the financial and legal entanglements, but re- gretted Seattle's loss. ._Marvin Milkes, who his job as general manager, said he, loo, was sorry to leave Seattle after five years. Then ht paused for a second and added: "You know, I've never been to Milwaukee." Through all kinds of weather... You need good safe brakes. With so many cars on the roads these days, your brakes have got to be in A-1 shape, even in the best of weather. And on wet, snowy, or icy roads, the need is even greater. .See us now for a fast, professional brake job. Here's what we dp: Replaca brake linings on all four wheels Arc linings for perfect contact with brake drums Check all 4 wheel cylinders Tum and true brake drums Inspect the master cylinder Repack outer wheel bearings on both front wheels Inspect steel brake lines and brake hoses Check brake shoe return springs Add super-heavy-duty brake fluid Road test tho car. COJWIETE BRAKE OVERHAUL A of BKSTOMf T1EE Ca-fxmy of Corwdo I ;