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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta y, 11, TW IITHMIOO! HHAID Cmper Has A Share Of Second Place In Masters Yancey. Littler Gather At The Top Of Pile AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) A confident Bat Yuccy snot a Friday to Gene Littler at fivmnder-par for the tad the halfway mark ii bse Mas- ton golf tonamnt. "I'm capable MR fHd Yanoey asad Fri- day. "Somebody efee had bitter tint better lo beat me, tsr I da'l iiink I'll IB aoy fait, Yaneey i iajliiil Canada, SubV Africa and Japan. Bffly Casper sfanaed ta t m to trail by a afraka at Ml. Tbe Boota, Calif.. star was hid young Bob lam at Sacra- mento, Calif., who bad a 'see- and-romm. Gary Player, the StUe. Soott African trying to aaaw talk of threata on his life awayi used rmrrtirnil iron play, ts shoot O and moved Into eoaten- tion at 142, three behind the Yaneey-Ltttler tandem.' Takaaki Kono Tiaiimii blazed in with S3 for 143." And then there's Tommy Aaron the first-day leader at B. Aaron had early trouble! going four wer par in the first three boles but fougbf back, ta bar the next Eve boles and shot a sharp 34 on the back nine to tie Player at 142. KNUDSON SIXTH George Knudson of Toronto was aix off the pace at 145. The lone Canadian in tbe tourna- ment, he shot a 72 Friday to go with his opening-nnid 73 Tbnrs- day. -Yaneey has been a major tournament fiontrnnner before, but he has yet to win. Be blew a four-shot lead on the final day of tbe U.S. Open at Roches- ter, N.Y., when Lee Trevmo zipped past him to instant star- dom. Yancey grinned as he rammed in potts on 11, 12 and U U ____ iaU fee lead Friday. line kales are considered the tat stretch on yvd layout at Na- Dave Hill, last year's I mosey winner, slipped eaa- teotioa wili a n air a spmeader W toUL He bed with bM, wba has Charlie Cue W OklabssM Oty flred a 71 for a 144, liar aaaf the non-pros. sabbta lo1 the o4 of ISO, six ever par, were Bay Floyd at U2 and Aijiaiiiii Roberto dtVicana at til. Jack taeUuus' a Hasten ertcn coai whea ke atcoad shot oa the eighth bate into a deep sot n tor lit, HTM strokes behori the r-ifrrr flrmlil filmic, meti efiftiitiUe.ibot.TJftrHe. Last year's wiaeer, Gene Arehor, abot 77 for 145. ANDY CAPP don pilling UINN MISSES HIS MDK Bob Lunn g Into a a> purl fails drop on fint of second round In 1970; Matter's oolf tournament. Luiih Sad a 70 Thursday. Grand Slam. Hammering Hank Shines BEBSCHEL NBSENSON AiSsrtHrt Presa SporU Wrtter' Atlaiia Braves Hank Aaron, I CHRYSLER I LEASING GARS-TRUCKS with takvbaaai loaded b Bird JDOtaf, a-TOffi Griffin pitch into'the left field scab for bas SSttfa and 13th FRED KINO LfASING LTD. A. .McaVTOSH Ird An. llrh St. J. 137-1S44 an that to a M victory over the Hratoo Astros Friday night .Lefty Gorge Stone Umied a tb-bitter lor At- lanta. X sean opanar for tbBAatroa, BamUuu ta te NaUenal St Loou beat the New York 7-3, the COaft Cubs nipped HoDtreal Emos M, PrJIadetohia Phillies blanked Pittaborgh Piratea.M, SB DiegB Padrea tranced Los An- geles Dodgers 7-2 and San Fran- cun Gianb) edged Cbonati H> Aoerkan was CaJifonla Aogete 11, Kan- sw City RoyaJa 7; Boston Red Sox 4, Washjngtoo Senators 1; CUaf, While Sen 5; Hihraokee Bmtcn 4; Baltimore Moles J, Detroit Tifsn I ka 10 kobigs, Aaron's (oor RBI beosted Us total to 1.7B, polling htm wMh Honqs Wapw fcr the ninth' 'spot co the alUinM. list: He also toot .over 10th place' In with paojng Cn The Cardinals thrdkd a rec- ord St. Lioias opening crowd of by scoring all seven runs on six bits in the lard and.coasting past tbe Heta. Fly Suzuki Built To Take On The Cwitry HONCHO ON DISPLAY NOW! tS-90 HONCHO -11 7190 rpm wttk 4.TJ BERT t MAC'S aCLf LTD. 13 pfwn. 9274221 Joe Koran M STOCK- ;OfW TrWRS. mrf PB. TM f.m, Sovffwn AtWrto far Onr 30 Hurlburt Bert ft Mart AUCTION SALE MON., APRH 7 IM. Haflbi N.W IBm UmJ Miindllui ijn Trfcot by Lou.Brock and Jose Cardcnal and a walk to Ri- chie Allen set things up and Joe Tom doubled the first two nms across. Laron.Lee's double made It M and the Cards con- tinued then- assault after Ray iadeckf replaced, starter Jin tfcAndrew. Cardenal singla rate the final run. Roo Hunt .opened the eighth Doing witt a pinch double am lobby Bonds singled him home with a Oe-brwking run as (he Giants ended Qncunati's win- ning streak at foor games. The Reds had tied the acora to tbe tap of tbe eigtatb toning oo Pete bat's dng> and triple by Bemie Carbo. Ken Heoderson, who scum tbe Giants'-first run in the sec- ond, singled nonet two man ta PADRES DOWN LA San Diego's triumph orer the winless Dodgers was high- lighted by 'Nate Cdbert'a two- nil bomer in a toor-ra ferat to- niog and tbe relief pilebtng of Dare Roberts, who retired the first 17 batten be faced.' The Padrei Jurcped of quickly on Tommy Dean's sin- gle and Van Kelly's double. KeDy came.arognd oa passed ball and a wild pitch and Al Ferrara singled before Col- Lert drove a towering homer into the centre field seaU be- yond the sign. _, Roberts relieved Hike Corkins with 5-1 had and .the bates loaded in the second and nailed WuHe Dans on an tndnf-eodtni doable pby grounder. He tired everyone ana _ walked Marry WHh with one ta to dgtth snS Ds-rlj ra- iled for the only htt, Tbe Cobs ware one out awa from their third consecutive di feat when Ron Santo singla and Johnny Cannon unloaded twa-rua bomer, rubjaog a fine performance by Montreal'j Joe aparma, who aflowcd ahly Urn Mb) over the first eight map It was the fourth; straight back for the wmtets Eipoj. Woody Fryman held baraji bklesi for 7 1-3 mntngs aid (bashed wttb a four-bitter m (be nnbeatea Phfflka rode Dana Mim'g two-mt homer !o OtM straight win. Bob Yetl. aOvwed oah- bib k deep Al Oliver's stogie to atari sptiw Frjwm't {Bowling; I Highs Tucrt rrnwn Seno> SatTergood 3tt Dote S3I Alkx KSI T nwTFV 4WJ Min I...... 29 Bettr I Tompklrs lOi Vhlin Hnetiuk F Fren CMWmkl Ml; Ruby OHOI aetty Moment Ui Her- Aflnn Olitojkl HI SIMrOI CITIZENS Jtnm lit! s. Htlmrtf. at; Nw.mlMr 2U; Nick Brain U3i III; Frmk hrnhiri CIVIL SMVICI Kir (ettigett 91 J.ne Invtu IN: Cerol Hurt 3Oi Mirv Fonter 2S3i Nktohr M; June Tiflor IN; Yc Milnwi Stm Roth Bti Rani eft Rtg ForsVr ZH. IOOF Joe xn Henry WH- tlerm DM, Abt Enn 81; Epo Jeta Sultnoal at; Jelhr Trooe MirYtymt U1; Jeen ftft- puano Loula Ober MI H- nt Wlilliin HI. CHINOOK Mery Hinrto U; Mil TerrHI Imt 29 n Htort Qu.ll orry J73 m; Jerrle Ta. SOISI CAKHOI Gcrttt 34Sj Gilwn Hirrl> Srown STO; Relpn H.ltmvi 3fl; Itzebrth Oocnn iai Judy Herink JoOi Rempfl 13; Terry bum 114, JUMIOR CITItlHS Jim Frill 9M; Stecey'Mei H. C. Brom Ton VtttoM 227) rh'Archbofd 303. DOliaLCS Plan 3H tuil: Ken AUI- i XI 1021; Biden Pilling m vii Brand Pederun PMK Den Fherty Ol Btrr.Meal XI Lm Herrlm Ki Dene 3M Fen Tunbrklgi IX: mv4rf-.ni Coclenzo 3dO; r Eirl Armour D3 OUt; GIMyl Tunbrldge W; Miry omnSchuk 2Mi Ogt AnMnon 20. MOPPCKt WOULO Llnei weeamen in iroli rMne Sollh n, Gleoyl Berglend IDt Liur. 141; Fto Bcsrmgm J71 CTZIli Ml FHnhng 10, Mebel WlgoTII firmer Mi Merle 737. Mass Praclbes Open Wednesday The LettbrMge olmr bage- Jan season is Just around the comer and bfgiising next Wed- aesday man practises and reg- atratjoos wO take place. Warkoob for the Lakeside UUe Leagoe wfll be held Wed- neaday, Ttarsday and Friday at Lakeriew School. These practises are opeii lo any >-12 years of age who fire south of. (he twtre Bne of Nirth sme Sooth. All boys tnrUt of the centre line nin be part of OB Nortnat Little .Ltagrje and wfll work out (t chaaaa School. Senior little League, for boyi U, 14 Md H, wffl apeo ta J THINK it's, safe to sa; that .the opening games of Stanley Cup were strictly matter-of-fact, 'ind from Ux tookj things home ice wiU play .the major role In determining who'll cart home the kuig-fiied chunk of cash once the mara- thon 'ends sometime during the merry month of May. 'Before the fan got under way, the guessperls labelled Chicago and Boston in the Eastern Division, and St. Louis and Pittsburgh in the Western Division the favorites oh the basis that if matters went down to the wire they would 'have the 'advantage of home ice for the big one. In the first two games, in each series, that's the way the cake had been sliced. And that could be the pattern all the way 'down the line. There was some talk that if anybody could rise to the occasion on enemy ice, Detroit was the chiet contender. The Red Wings were the only club along hockey's main stem who won rather 'consistently during, the regular season when they were playing the role of visitors. In fact, there were some who felt they would kayo the Black-Hawks il they could gain a split in the first two games In the Windy City. Sid Abel's troops failed to deliver the goods, and now, as is the case with New York, Oakland and Minnesota, is juit twice as steep. It's possible, ot course, that an upset or two could rewrite tbe script but 1 doubt it Boston and Chicago should meet in one semi-final arid St. Lotus and Pittsburgh in the other. And I give the nod to the Bruins to take it' all not be- cause I think they are really that much better than anybody else but -because they hold an edge In fire power, legs and muscle which are the ingredients needed to get the. job done.' of caution how- ever. If the ice domination continues, Bobby GIT and company could be faced with a problem, a big problem. Should they meet Chicago in the: next round and should a seventh game be necessary lo settle it-would be played in Chicago..The Bruins'are not known to be bright-eyed and bushy- tailed anywhere but in Boston. Who says home Ice is not a factor in professional hockey? It's as much of an advantage in the play- for-pay ranks as it is with a collection of 14-year- olds. Pros are human, strange as it may seem to some who follow the sports whirl. BINDING UP Nobody asked me, buf last Sunday's MIL windup, which'saw New York and Montreal battling for'the final playoff berth, was rather bizarre to say the least this business of giving the nod to the team with the most goals is ridiculous, and the NHL needs desperately (o revamp its method of settling ties in the standings to deter- .mine playoff positions. A great sport, in fact became a farce for that one day. The solution is a game to break the tie. Lethbridge's Earl Ingar field finished the season with 21 goals and 24 assists for 45 points for Oakland Seals, a more than credit- able showing in view of the fact that he battled the injury bug a good part of the year. Eddie Fey- diuk, one of the best fastball twillers our town ever produced, is in from Vancouver for a visit. Tommy Wood, a stalwart: with Dkk Grey and th 0 rest of the Lethbridge Maple Leafs when they won the world amateur hockey title in 1951; lias been elected president of the Alberta Golf Assocation. he's now. in the stocks and bonds business in Edmon- ton. and, you know, maybe it wouldn't be a bad idea to have an affair here next year to .celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Maple. Leaf success stop this .was e team that knew what amaterism was all about The nod from here goes to Billy Catpar to head the pack when the final putt is sun] Sunday in the. prestige-packed Masters golf show. Tonight's Ranger-Bruin game, by {he way, gets under way at I -SUPPOSE IT'S I kTHAT WOMAN j AT THE -c; FiSH'N'CHIP] Angels Tough To Start Year LOOK I'M A" ROAWNTIC -MOTA By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS California Angels an playing be devil wilt Ameri- can Leagoe pitchers. Led by Roger Benoi, Alex ohnsoc, Joe Anne and Bill oss, the Angels pounded out' 14 its in beating Kansas City Roy- als 11-7 FrirJoy to boost record to M aid their hit total to 40. Rqn gat the Angelf started with a two-ran boner, his first icue and Voss in RT> runs each. Boston Red Sat topped Wash-; Ingtm Senators 4-1 at rmgtt and tattimore Orioles nipped De- roit Tigers 3-2 m 10 Innings and Chicago White.Sox edged M3- vaukee Brewers M to. other bytime action: After Repn belted tti hotter, he Angels added oae mn each mthe third and rourtt and On erupted for five in the fifth to build up a 9-1 lead for winner Clyde Wright Kansas City frjogfct back wHa rhree runs off Wright ID the Hrth god three unearned taHiej off Rudy May ta the seventh. Ed Kirkpatrick drove In three runs with a bases-empty homer and a two-run double. SCORE EARLY Boston took advantage of lk and a wfld pitch to score two runs In the third imtng i added a pair in the ninti Rico Petroceffi'n ruMcorin double and a SMrifice Dy b Luis Alvaralo In beating Wash- ington. Frank RobhtMO opened "the 10th with a walk and scared en Brooks Robinson's two-out sin- gle to give'Baltimore its fourth victoiy witfaoot c. loss, Willie HortoE aid Jim North- rup singled lo Detroit's ran. The WoHe Sox beat MDwaa kee with a (hire-run Cfth ich Bobby. Knoop bomeret and Lois Aparido and Carlos ay produced runs with singles. ilwausee scored trice In first and once in (he eighth off rookie Jerry Janeski and once the ninth off Wilbur Wood. KaslLng Wins Heat Obto (AP) Bob Kasttag of LrtnbrHge, Alta., swunmtng far Yak Vnt- versiry, won his ejoaufybg bet in the 201-yard Friday in the American Aoaieor Atb- letic Union indoor short-coarse swirnirHng chatnpionshrps. Xasting WJB clocked ta oae minute 44.59 tecoods, an barely missed the eaoniation finals. tarn days at AHan Witaon. It is hoped that tht league win have an "A" aad "B" dm- ska this year. Senior League Holds Meeting Lsthbridgt Sealer stion Baseball Leagos wffl bold another meeting. M Jor Taesday at CMe Centre fee meeting It opa to aB Interested pcrtiea. All teams wbhing to totef IM senior loop this year have their appUcsto b) by tto law tta 1969 PACKWOOD TO CUM TED'S MOBILE Priced ft Otar 8 FOOT MOBILE HOMES MAOT TO OO East en Highway 3 HOMES Phorw 327-1986 by GARY KIRK NIK'S Tltt SALES LTD. Whkh Notioncl Hotkey tMm ho< played mojl jean wifhoul winning Stonier. Cup? li New Yenk Rangm who betn playing year 1940 wilhoirl winning Cup. One of the oddetl thlngi that ever happened In a golf .toumar.ent hap- pened lo pro golfer Tony JotMIn He wai ploying in a tournament tome yean ago onrf hit o 300-yard long that landed right In a ipeckilor.'i pocket without any Injury to the ipectatorl Hereri o golf qutfctlon Thar I moy lurprt'a you.'. 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