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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta UTMMOOI MRALD It Continue Hot Ways Torrez Too Much For Expos ly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tba) homer-happy AtUala iniincn Lumaa punchy but that's ao- Hmmf compared with the knack- ant blow Mike Toms dehvercd ewer Montreal Eipoi with hk ejafnl eaafid aMC. The tagged two more fcur-baoen Wednentay night, stretching their fciiMir gtaogk to nine and downing San Padrti 7-5. Torres, BJMJwliih, Hmitct! to an eighth-inatng and ctrokad having 8t Lorn. Cardinals mend for the Astra while Wil-be MrCovey and Dick Died eoaaBeted for the Giant.. shot h the eighth tied the score and was hit by a off taw and moved aroiaai to aeon John tad Beao-champ. Bobby TOUJB'S tack capped a CteJnMti raDy in the third and the Reds held M to Dodgem, Jim was working a shutout UK Andy Kosco jolted a two-run homer. Billy Williams, shackled by am Mor-19 slump at the (tart of itunn, mapped out of it in a harry with four straight fciiJ ckading his soli career homer the Cuba beat the BOUNCING HOMi. St. louts' Cardinals' Urtehto Allen bounces acrou 01 the ball gets away from Montreal Expos' catcher Son Brand Wednesday eve- ning. Mack Jones tha throw to but rl wai lore and. off target as Alien scored from second. Expos managed only one hit at fell 10-0. Rookie Shines For White Sox Minnesota Alone At The Top By THE CANADIAN PRESS Gerald Janeskl, a right- handed rookie obtained in spring training from Boston Red Sox, pitched. Us first complete in the major leagues Wednesday as Chicago White SOT blanked Oakland Athletics 7A b the only other American Leagos action'Wednesday; Uav Ksnta Twins tamped Califor- nia Angels 8-2 and Boston (tapped New York Yankees 6-2. A scheduled doubleheadef at Baltimore between Washington and the Orioles was Cotaeh of the Inter- national League last season, Ja- neski compiled a 15-10 won-kut touoid. Four players ptuvkled all the support Jabeski Islanders Head For Quebec City postponed becausetof coW 23, thrw wether. Janeskl, Oakland bib and walked only man. The rookie earned a victory over Milwaukee Brew- ers last Friday in Iris fM major league appeal ance. With Roughies Ink Brown REG1NA (CP) Saskatche- wan Roughrlders of! the West- cm FootbaU Conference today the signing of James (Bw) Brown, a late cut last by the Atlanta Falcons of'the National Football League. Brawn, 15, is a five foot, 11- Inch, 185-pound naming back. He played with San- Antonio of the Continental League bat year and led his team to the Texas division rharnpinn- abip. The fifth American to -be signed by'the Western Confer eoce this year Brown will pia; on a tryou 7S -At Iftrt. 4.V) ,95 BERT t MACS aOI LTD. An. S. W7-W21 MO MCTCIIS M STOCK" THUtJ. amal Wl. TTU t f.m. iowthajm Alberto For Orir JO Ytori" Jets Bounce Flin Flon WINNIPEG WmntoBg umjuwtind Ftta Flon Bombers 7-3 in then- Western Canada Hockey League final Wednesday to tic the M. Jets took an early lead m penalty. riddled game 'scoring fire goab on Flin Finn's starting goalie Cal Ham- mond before he was replaced In the second period by regu- lar Ray Martynuik. Hike Schneider went the distance for Wmnbpeg. Jets led 5-1 after one period ami t-2 after two. Wluulpeg by Jim HargrMTM, Black, Dm HcConachy, Chris OdoVif son, Wayne Chemecki, Komadoski and Brian Roger Crone, Ken and Beg Lwh replied fcr B en, with aragte BM power play goal of the game Winnipeg took 17 of 32 ties caBed by Cas- sidy of Calgary. Winnipeg ouishot Flla FkM Ita fifth game bi the ntm series is JUMuused for FT h Fta FVo. Celtic Moves Into Cup Final LONDON (AP) Glasgow, European cup dkvn pka ia 1967, defeated Leeds United of EngUod 2-1 VTedaes- right to mow toto the fSna of Earopaari competition again. The Scottish teen went tnta the against Leeds after wMog me first leg of the two- match 1-0. Critic wifl meet in the MeanrhUe, Hancbester City to OR finj of the Eu- ropean Cup Winers' Cup M victory over Schalke of Germany. The English team M oo i -Willie Mays, San Frandsco Giant., gon high over to rob Bob Tolan of home) run In recent here. Teammate Bobby Bonds a run for the ball and collided with on hit way down. Mayi had tha wind knocked out of him bur continued in game. Gianti won 2-1. Bowling Scores CAPttt BOWL WEDNESDAY MOKHINO M Croptey 1711 Derolhy Codldga' Agnes Pccza 271 Dorothy unter TO; Dorothy Wurst Gloria alaa m; Freda Linn 214; Coteen anak mi Aria Tettrb Betty Atan mi Dene VaykoYltcti Elohe Im X5 liaMIe Betf- ian Cka Und Wl LM larke mi Jean Mlltan Oil ehrla aarxn mi Atabal Stuckart lea Salman Pet Tumtall 61; Marg Smith Ml SENIOK crrmw Evan EVan> N3 Henry BecM- hcW m EmB Collln 575p Bill Jensen Frank Bamhart m Scotly Mulr at; Roy LaVallty Oil tn Evenun m: Matt Benitiart 217; MAOLEI Ollett 259; Norm Mllar 3M; eo Matcnett Frank Canla III Plomp 247; VI Prke Evelyn rurae Iff; Jean Malchett Wl Jolane Dfckout'JSJ. VAtA MIXIO Jerry Larun 253; Jim tarrr till Ruby Oieen 2a9 Crewfla Clar Holme 117; Ml Haraoa, 239; Dkk Andersen 257. JUDICHtt Clirla Peerwn 3K; 91 Jean Pmey 217 Mel- 2U; Joan Blllatt J1) Franm HarrU Batty 2M. FRIILt (movt Fte RcXEInoMn 291 Inara tnnti JM Jaan Orient M Klrdeier Mi Jennie Jewellyn Ut; Jean fiaay at) Anna "add ao Berly TiyKr ,rici 251; Midi Low OORDIH Bill Cook mi Gary Timbrklgt la John RerrpM H3 Tnr.y Bogusky 313; Shkj Gcthfomon 3M Norm Toltoy HI Bcrl Mnel Frank WiogK 791 Randy Worttoocrofl 212 (7191; Oean Low Mi Abe Em 1C sutairs Ken Malcomxn JO IIM; Keg 5meed XII Steve Gancur K2 (01; Tak Katakaml JH (tmi John Erlclucn 321 Salmon 32i Ehta Ateuaroa 272; Joan JMoore 271; Marlon mi Dlanrn SM- roger 297 KIBUILT Ml lor Rombough 157; dem Wvraa- 25] Karl Noack Wl lob Thomson 333; Lea Spaceman 221; Chock Loot 23lj Jan ttami 291; Lau- retta Loot 3M; Elalna Froowi 2Ui Eileen Coatn 2a7; Evdyn Carran 217. >T. MIKf-S Beryl Smith Marg Xotti 232; ROM Nkolay mi Myma Woutton 222; Mary Barger 222; itabel Gordon 319; Jack (ysulllvan 7R; Percy 275; Frank W.ugh BIJI Moulton 211; Harry Nagali Ki: Bill Kelly PAMULJEI Bergman mt Bee Salmon XI Mary Wlsnnevikl FJ; TrUle 5teela Verda Hamilton May Hlrtert Jim WrlgM 319; Kevin Steak 2M; Idnen Norm Toliey 297 Bill Hamilton 279 Bern Carrier 273 BOWL Town AHD coutrriiy Mary Bogvekr Ml; J'jWna Cavm ?S5; Marg McLavgnlin 2r1; Lela Ober 554; Kvby Oaaen Eleanor Fentm Lucille Birby 155; Marg HeK 253; Lucille Basin- Peder- ten 247; Ellen King 313 H ISA'S LADKt Phyl HarrKm 349 Sandy teat. hrgocd 323 Grace Franz 334 Carol BecVer (K5) Ivei m Mailan VcNeely 2U; Dot Bobltt 270 MaTltrj Piaikuch 247; Barb Wfr'ltoncrott 246; KM Mam 1U. FERNIE SNOW OPEN SAT., SUN. PHONI 4Z3-M41 FERNiE, B.C MEN'S SHOES PEDWIN SAVAGE RAND MACFARLANE SOOT to 14. AA D REENS on SIXTH STREET SOUTH ;