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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LttHMIDGf HEtAlD Friday, Ap.il 10, 1970 Orioles Crush Cleveland v' Kansas City Hurlers Surprise By HERSCHEL MSSENSON Associated Press Sports Wrilcr Charley Metro h the most surprised manager in the Amer- ican League. John McNamara is more like bewildered. "You're always surprised when your pitching stops a club TOP MALE ATHIETE Peter Kowhin enjoyed his finest year with the University of IJrthbridge Chinooks this past year and as a result was named top male athlete Thursday evening at the awards banquet. Koolchin was the club's mainstay throughout the season as he led in rebounds and scoring. By HAL. BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer When Sparky Anderson ac- cepted the manager's job in Cincinnati, pitching was the one thing the Reds didn't have. But for the first week of the season Anderson has had all the pitching he could use. Rookie Wayne Simpson gave the Reds their fourth straight strong hurling job Thursday, shutting out Los Angeles Dodg- ers 3-0 on a two-hitter in his major league debut. That came on the heels of a two-hitter by Gary Nolan, a three-hilter by Jim Merrill and a- combined seven-hitter by Jim McGlolhlin and Clay Carroll. Elsewhere in tlie National League, St. Louis Cardinals thumped Montreal Expos 7-3, Philadelphia Phillies tripped ike that, bat we know our pitching has to be ouf Metro said Thursday night after his Kansas City Royals stopped the Oakland Athletics 3-1 and set a club record of 21 consecutive scoreless innings. "Js their pitching that wondered Oakland's McNamara, "or have we overesti-First our hitters? Only time nill tell, but we think we've got tellers." They weren't in evidence, as iansas City took two of three ;ames from the A's, including Wednesday night's four-hit shutout by Dick Drago. Slugging Reggie Jackson was beld to one single and fanned h Game lying him with Sam Crawfon for 10th place on the alllime list. Nash alkwed seven hits arx went the route for the victory. in Fourt Nasli's National League debut. Aaron had a two-run homer in the first inning and then started a tliree-run rally in the fourth with a double, his Aaron L First Re A U G U S TR A, Ga. (AP) Tommy Aaron jumped out o! the gate a leader in the Mas tcrs' first round Thursday with One Littler and Bert Yancej 1 hot on his trail, but famed i charger Arnold Palmer died by his own sword. i "I shot dead for each umd Rodriguez was.exciled over his first Masters shol since 1966 and the colorful Puerto Rican didn't want to leave the press interview area following his fine opening-round 70. "I don't gel here loo often, so I want to make the best of he said: "1 could have shot a 66 Bowling Scores CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Dawsar Joyce Sexsmith 56? May Linn 241; Betty Purity Jen Heql 278; Myrr.t Olshaski 379; Frar.- t.es Ccslar.io lit; Lctrjls 247; Eva Uenls MS. SUNOQUIST Mara Stanfco 594; Bea Salmon 288 Rose Hamilton lit; NaliJa Low 259; Belty Dlsnne 250; Frances Har. ris Smith 251; Janet Koole 1U; Doreen Saierquit 291; Isabel Or- slen SENIOR CITIZENS Frank Beinhirt 320 Henry Bechlhold 303 Matt Bernhart 293; Bill Jensen 741; Ben Evenson 2H; rtlix Hoffcrlh 131; Nick Blsnchl 1U; HM Holforth fUi Bert Madlll 22H Evan Evans 219. HENRY HOMES Merv Secly 343; Art Johnson 2S2; Brece. cmfield 261 Bert Mc- Her.ry Brown Ml; Allan Brcwn 237; Linda Malcomsoi Xunn 217; Varg Malcomson 237; Gloria Pearson 232; Pit Seely 230. COM Otto Fist Kit M.i Folk 251; Le Nagy 217; SiTlasyt 251; Com ad Arnold 292 Jim Takeo 234; Sam Clrardl lit Barb Sturrock in Leah Teller M; Elhel Kemerl 2M Cheryl Donaldson JCCA Francis Hlgl 337 Mike Tobo 320 Oakland T Pittsburgh J Piitfturgh leads besUjf-sevtn ter-final 2-0 Memrlal Weyburn t Red Oeer 2 Weyburn leads best-of-sewn werttrn 3-1 Western Canada Jmitr Calgary 2 Edrr.on'on i stmHlnal tied, M ANDY CAPP WITH IN EXPORT CIGARETTETOBACCO win you fnuitqurtff undertv'cf FARM SPECIAL! 18.4 x 34 6 ply REAR Tractor Tires TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE ;