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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April i, THI UTHMUOOI Hauua McLain Will Miss Less Than Half The Season Kuhn More Lenient Than Was Expected By Most NEW YORK (AP) Baseball II......JMJnnir Bowie Kuan has dnnped the other shoo in the Deny McLau cue and it land at hard as people thoucU it might. KutB Wedoeaday suspended Mrl.aa until Jury 1 because of bb MMtveoMot with boofcmak- iag activities in Flat, Mich. The deddoc deprives Deiriii Tigtfi tinr star ifcht-hander's serv- ices fcr Jew haH the nnjor league season. The raediOB to Kuhn's (tec- Mi was a huge sigh relief tht Detroit camp vfcere manager Mayo Smith Md te Tim Bemed prepared to entire seam without weeks and VBCOwnd an to-! "nth cntate bfers said to be kwrohwd kt boctmakJBf accord- ing (o re- Vewoi Wedaeaday. la aecordinc to rfito- mat, pUciae htafcettoB bats witt tkfc art aubaeqiMBtly was jraSiSuo! coobTbutJoaa totalling appron- be the victim of a e scheme. I would thus co- etude that McLain was sever a tartner and had no proprietary ntcrest u the bookmakiBg oper- beiiwed he had bean a to tak KIBB eoBBBnad, to het "The fair inference is that bit guttibuiry and avarice had perottttod bun.- to become a dune of the gambler. with associated." McLaia uid he'd "ham to get a dictionary" to look up the niaanhvgi; o{ gyllibtSiy and rice. "Bot if it meant stupid aad Denny added, I am and UNPREOKTABIE Denny Mcloin of the Detroit Tigers, teurries through the after a ipeedy exit from a TV interview regarding through July Indians Lose To Milwaukee By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CtenJjad iDdUn Wedneaday became the first team mis to toe to MOwaokee Brewan, the late Seattle Pilots. The transplanted Pilots trounced the Indians 9-4 in exhi- bitkn action as Daany Walton flammed a home run aad three d knocked across five "Juat a half a year's suspen- mused Bill Freehan, MeLatfs batierymate and one of ha critks, "It sounds as if be abaost did something wrong It's better than ve anticipated.' Snath said he was sure that M c L a I n 's mid-seasoo return would help the Tigers' chances 'for the American League pen- aaat- PREOKTS SHtrrOUT "BT1 afl settle down until July said, "then 'on Jury 1, when he abuts out tte Yankees pi 'New York plays at Detroit on the night McLain's suspension ends and he'n be the probable .pitcher. Denny has been work- ing on his own this spring and nyi pitch right now. "All IHngi being said McLain, "eommisskcer Kuhn did what be had to do. I can't say I agreed with the decision, because I want to pUy baseball right now but he made the decJ- and we'll live by it" MeLain had been waiting since Feb. 19, the date the com- Luubjouti tagged him with an indefinite suspension and launched an investigation into pUha'5 oS-Sdd activities. That was the result of a face- Uvface confrontation between the pitcher and me cnmmis- and McLain revealed UTDOORS me first mmng Dick EUs- Wednesday that be coBtem- f runt. Walton' get his homer in Lawyers Seek Exact [Wording SEATTLE (AF) Lawyers atill were hammering away m federal bankruptcy court Wednesday at the exact wording of the order approving sale, of the American League Seattle lm, Pilots to Milwaukee Brewers for sas City Ro; cracked a After Ztt hours of rjetiberetton the Royals. before bankruptcy referee Sid- Bey C Volum, the hearing was recessed to today, At that same bearing Washington state will teek to have all legal restric- tions against a joint Seattle an damage antitrust 'suit lifted. The suit B againat the league, the Individual owners and the owners of the Pilots. VoBno had stayed all legal ac- tion so that he could consider the Pilots' petition to have the sale approved. He gave that ap- proval Tuesday night. The only question left after Volinri announced his decision to approve the sale was when he would sign the order. Wallace Aiken, attorney for Pacific Northwest Sports, Inc., the Pi- Ma' owner, asked for an early morning signing because the dosing time on the sale was 11 a.m. EST. However, attorney Elwin Zar- well, the Brewers' representa- tive, said VoUon's decision made the sale final so far as the Brewers were Sate papers for the Pilots were signed March 8 and be- came final Wednesday.. The American League had approved Milwaukee list week whmVol- loo ctewd the for owowi (o vote, paly Veto's decision stood btipUB '.MDwaufcee and its first baseball team in fivt yesrs. me Iirai. lining vu i worth with two on. plated It was a good day for Detroit jumping from they learn.d York when Kuhn Wd bra he they'll only have to do without was to be suspended, suspended pitcher Denny Me- "I. looked out the window Lain until July-1. Then, Al Ka- when they said I was to line unloaded a grand slam in be definitely suspended. 1 really the ninth inning to provide a 6-4 thought for about 10 seconds.! victory over Boston Red" Sox. was going McLain said. Elsewhere, Ghemnati Reds WAS DARKEST TIME n exploded for trine runs In the VI looked down on the sixth a grand I said HcLaia "That was the slam homer 'by Tony Perez, and darkest moment of my life, outshxeed Wadington .Senators would have jumped out of tha 144 The big outburst.came at window if I bad thought abonti the expense of rookie pitcher much longer. But then I thought Hck Such, who brought a string maybe there would be seven o of 14 scoreless innings into the eight Boy Scouts passing by I might land on." Kuhn's investigation lasted Another rookie, Jerry Jane- ski, won a spot on the Chicago White Sox' starting rotation by stopping: Pittsburgh Pirates for seven on six hits and one run. The Sox won 5-1.' Rookie sluggers .Jobs EDls and Tburman Munson continued to impress wilh homers but New York Yankees lost to Kan- Up For boer homer I I I Hockey Association said Uf tummif fJfiV Carolina League where he hit Mi last season, belted a sixth- SSLS5T Philadelphia Phiffies -ranied to1 "The main reason for seuing that it is too big an with JOE BALLA IWt fishing regulations arrived just in time (OT tbe opening of the new teason April 1. To summarize some of the changes and high- lights: Angling licences are required by all anglers, ex- cept those under age 16 and over age 65. Those over 65 may be required to show proof of age if checked while angling by an officer. It is now considered as being in attendance of rod and line, if the angler is within 100 feet of his gear. Before the angler was supposed to hold his rod in hand at all times. THE ONLY KIND OF FISH Hat can be used for baH are smelts and herring the kind you purchase at the fish market. Angting licence fees are ABwrtam, for.non-. nrideot CaoadUns, for non-resioent or for a three-day licence. For the 'moat part dairy catch limits and possession limits remain the same: 10 trout daily; possession limit is: twice dairy limit; Rocky Mountain wbttefish 15; lake wnilefisb; 10; limit; pike-IO per day. Closed waters-to the south this year are Mami Creek, Dongarvan or Pine Creek, Cottonwood Creek and its tribu- taries to the Waterloo River, the entire Castle River drainage opgtream bom the ranger Italian, all north tributaries of the Crowsnest River. The Blairmore water supply dam, the entire northwest branch of the Oidman River and the entire Livingstone River drainage] south branch of WiBow Creek, the Crowsriest River upstream from Lundbreck Falls is closed from April 1 to Miy 15, and again after Oct. 31. South Fork, .or Ridge Lakes, irbere the goUeh trout are; are closed from April 1 to Jury 15. Seven lakes have been 'set' aside in the northern part at the province as trophy lakes. A special trophy fishing licence is required for these lakes and there are smaller catch limits. Hie regulations pamphlet this year contains the world record listings for various species of fish and also Alberta record listings. The Alberta record for rainbow trout is held by local angler Walter Pashuk with a iS-pcuoder taken out of Mami Late m 19S7. Fonner Lethbridge fish and wildlife officer and now chief admmtetratve officer for Grant Campbell, holds the golden trout record for.tbe province with1 a four-pound tevowxacer taken out of Bunaby Ridge takes in DON'T The Pollution teach-in at the University of Lethbridge Friday and Salmtey and at Winston Churchill High School Sunday. Date to remember: The Letbbridge FisH and Game Asso- ciation's spring banquet Saturday, April 11 at Park Plaia Motor Hotel. Tickets on sale at Hoyt's, Parson's Hardware and Heiniti la's two-out single started the winning rally.. Len Gabrielson Haller waUoped oonsecutive bo- nwrs' in the sixth innng as Lot' q Mtehefl. The association has handled the 'dub for' the last four sea Angeles Dodgers snapped a 2-2 tie and went defeat Chi- cago Cubs 8-3. Nat Colbert'! three-run homer powered San Diego Padres to a 7-1 victory over .Oakland Aihiet- and Sin Francisco Giants d across a run in the 10th The had tied ft with two in the ninth. action, New York v-evJ St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 in SL Petersburg, Fla., and Houston Astros, who were at home in the Astrodome against BaKinxire Orioles, won 4-1. 4 TO HONOR JANTZEN OTTAWA A club or- ganized by former Carleton Uni- versity football ptayen fa to honor Henry Janno of Wtani- next week coach of fte The dub't .executive to sen to a buyer with financial backing. The association has been ap- proached by' one interested nv otvidoai from Vernofi, and two groups, also from Veraoo, have indicated wOUngnesE to pur chase the franchise, Mitchell said. In Mets year hi football. Canadian Vernon won the B.C. junior trUe His year but lost to Wey burn, Saek., Red Wings in Mem- orial Cup quarter finals, four games to two. Kelowna Buckaroos is the only other chib in the fcafue run on a similar basis. "Operating a junior dub on this basto Is fine if the club is making money or at least breaking Mitchell said, "but it could be a problem rtxnjd iw IOK Blowy. He said no fmandal have been made by Interested par- ties, nor haa the anociation yet ALBERTA'S FIRST wildlife habitat development program has been inaugerated by the department of lands and forests. Located near Mfflicent, a TSt-acre bnd mat will be managed primarily tor opland game bmh and waterfowl. The first step in this maque project, (be Minister taid, is me hiring of an operator for the area. The job is currently being advertised, and tt is expected that one of the farm operators n fee Mfflicent repon wffl be aelected for the position Current reridence wtthh. .aiz mflei of habitat site ii one of the contract reqotremeaU. Lands and bWcgWa at the Brooka Researct Katton win plan and orenea the laaoVute program, wnkh a baaed on a multiple-we concept Normal farming methods wifl be used, mcluding cereal crops on 130 acres, MS acres of faDow, and 350 allotted for graaog purposes. of crop wffl be left nnharvested in swath as winter feed for the bird residents, aad farm chemicals such as herbicides, pesticidei aad fungicidea win not be used. Baseball Bat Get him ready for iprlng training with thli one. lf> made la oKkial Li tilt from good quality ash wood. 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