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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Trii inHSSiCSS iUfAtS frldsy, Ap.i! 17, Anderson's Club Off To Flying Start Rookie Leads The Way For Reds By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' Don GuUett, a 19-year-old left-hander, was drafted last June by Cincinnati Reds and the itfi of tie National League is on the receiving end of his me- teoric rise lo Etardom. "In lime, he'U be nothing but a seeing a star born right before our said manager Sparky being _ _ Anderson after GulleU picked up his first major league vic- tory Viith five scoreless inmnp of three-hit relief and got the win in CihcinaaCs 12-2 romp over Los Angeles Dodders Thursday night. "He'U have his bad outings ia the Mure, sure, but he can't i Gullttt has pitched 6 1-3 innings miss being a great one." in three big league garnet, al- TTxxe are ttroog words praise for a rookie lees than a year out of high school in Ken- who made only. 11 ap- pcsrancc5 in the minors before he was added to the Reds' ros- ier just before opening day. But 'the figures back him up. AJVDY CAPP IM WITH BOOZE Atf'ERWITH BINGO Dislike Decision Canadians Upset lowing four his, no runs, four walks and four strikeouts. GIAXTS EDGE ASTROS Elsewhere in the NL, San Francisco Giants outshigged Houston 11-9 ia 10 in- nings, Sar Dwfo topped Atlanta Braves S4 in 18, Pitts- burgh Pirates beat New York Mete 7-4 and Chicago Cubs nipped Philadelphia PhuTJw 6-5, abo in 10 innings. SL Louis Car- dinals and Mcotnal Expos were idle. Gullett waited and sWe a base to ignite'a five-run Red: uprising.a the fifth inning and touched off a three-run rally in the sixth with a triple. Lee Hay capped the five-ran inning with a grand (lam and Tony Perez hit a two-run homer in the eighth. "It was GdWt said of his fnt major league vic- tory. "These hitters are a Jot better than any I ever faced. "I know I've got to get them out. But one hitter doesn't bother me any more than the next They're just hitters and they can be gotten out." GuUett's ptrfa-mance was es- pecially welcome because the Reds lost right-hander Jim Ma- looey, who. injured the Achilles tendon in his left leg in the third inning and was placed on the 60-day disabled list. M SQUAD LEADS San Francisco's M ,Squad powered the Giants past Hous- ton. Willie Mays tied the game with a two-run homer in the eighth inning, his first of the season and Mist of his career, and Willie McCovey won ft with a two-run shot in the 10th. Tito Fuentes also connected for the Giants while Denis Menke and Jim Wynn homered for the As- tros. Meanwhile Baltimore A1MXTA CHAMPIONS These five gob from GUn- dale Bowl won the Alberta "B" division recently in. Edmonton in competition with five-pin teoTYrt from throughout that province. The winners ore, left lo Cight, Jeon Home, Jean Armstrong, Ethel Fran Bereinalc and Diane Decalre. Opening Game To Thunder Bay 'THUNDER.SAY (CP) -The score was 6-3 and neither coach was pleated. Thunder Bay Hurricanes took the opening game of the west- ern Memorial Cup junior hock- ey final-series by that score over Weyburn Red a game played Thursday in Thunder Bay. The game in the best- of-seven series is here tonight. Weyburn coach Stan Dunn said his team "wasn't playing TORONTO (CP) Canadian golf professionals are voicing complaints over the choice of United States gotf professional Tommy Aaron to shoot the tar- get -score' for Week June 6-14. National Golf The Royal Canadian Golf As- 'eotiaiion, which sponsors the event to raise money, for junior programs, has decided that Aaron .will create more interest across Canada. A number of Canada's dub professionals are upset because Aaron was picked over Bob Cox of Vancouver, defending Cana- dian professional champion. Normally, the top male and female golfers hi Canada play one round and club members across the country, using their handicaps, attempt to beat those gross scores with their net Dawson Calls WINNIPEG (CP) A spe-1 eial meeting'of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association's board of directors has been called for this weekend in Mon- treal, CAHA president Earl Dawson said today. A number of items will be discussed but the major reason for the special session is to for- mulate policy on possible changes to the CAHA-National Hockey League agreement. The changes were not specified. This policy mil be presented April 20 to a.meeting of the KHL oficials in Montreal. Gordon Juctes, executive .di- rector of the CAHA, said "cer- tain ideas were formulated" on changes to the draft and devel- opment programs when the CAHA held its regular meeting here in Januray'. Those ideas have been cir- culated among CAHA officials in the past few months to ob- tain a general concensus. Diwson said that other Hems to be discussed at the closed meetings include the federal Sovemment's policy on am- ateur sport, the 1971 winter games in Saskatoon and junior hockey in general. Any club member can play in the competition for a fee of Each club gets 50 per cent of the money, used to promote jun- ior golf. The RCGA gets me half to ute for junior de- velopment at the national level. Ore" Canadian Professional G o 1 f e t f Association member id: "Cox beat both Al Balding and George Knudson, both of Toronto. Do yon think If Knud- son bad won it, they'd have shoved bun-aside in favor of Aaron? "He won the Saskatchewan, Alberta and Atlantic opens in addition to the tour champion- ship last year." Aaron won toe Canadian Open last year and his fee of is being split 50-50 between the Ca- nadian Open committee and the RCGA. The decision to have an Bowling! Fairey Placed On Expos Roster MONTREAL (CP) _ Mon- treal Expos of baseball's Na- tional League announced Thurs- day that outfielder Jim Fairey has been placed on the team's 25-man active roster. Fairey. has been on the 21-day disabled list since March 25, re- covering from surgery for i torn cartilage in his left knee. He win report to the Expos in Chicago, in time for the game against the Cubs today. American shoot the target score was arrived at between officials Bill Hamilton of the CPGA and L. V. Kavanaugh of the RCGA. Ron Fitch ofVancouver, CPGA president, agrees with the decision. "As far as I'm concerned, the way the RCGA wants to do it is Iheir own Fitch said during a visit to Toronto. "If they feel they can raise more money by bringing in Tommy Aaron, then it's my Win up to feeling that it's a very, very good thing for junior golf. A lot of prizes purchased for junior golf tournaments come out of the pro shop, so the pros benefit ger Earl Weaver, hours after minor throst surgery, success- fully whispered a .complaint to reverse an umpiring decision Thursday night But the effort was not enough as Frank Moh- ward made a loud noise witi his bat and Washington Senators gained a 4-2 American League win over Weaver's Orioles. Howard clubbed his second home run of the season and win- ning pitcher.'Joe CoJeman Jr. helped his own cause with a two-run double. California Angels cut Minne- sota's unbeaten streak at five games with a 3-2 win over the Twins, .Oakland Athletics Chicago White SOT 3-1. Kansas City Royals outscored Milwaukee Brewers 8-6, Detroit Tigers beat Cleveland Indians 4-2 and Boston Red SOT downed New York Yankees 8-5 in other AL. games Thursday. Weaver, who had a cyst re- moved from his throat, objected to an out call on Don Buford ta the third inning, claiming the umpire's view was obstructed when Washington first baseman Mike Epstein hobbled the bali GOT THIRD Weaver appealed to another umpire who had a clear view and the verdict was reversed. The protest was in vain as Cokrnan, 23, checked the Ori- oles on seven hits and the Sena- tors recorded their thin} straight victory. Ken Tatum's dutch relief pitching a three-run fourth CLENDALE BOWL KIMUKA'S Lori Rock IK: Smakey Home S3: Leerate White !S5; Wendy Meyen BSi Rola Home 751; DennK Dick 240; Mknolh IK; Loub Bardki 230; CIOT Block Jack Craft 2M. CHINOOK STATIONIRS Nina Slndlinoer Diana De- sire 172: Etna) Harffe Betty Kendall tit; Jeer, Mill. 117; Pat Ptomp Dodta Hodgel XT'i Bemke Hay 2M. SOUTH ALTA Palt B-rouever 303; Clarence Trimel 300; Sharon Hughei 242; Dot OlUmkl Wl Robert Kempaar M; Jorn Scat. ttrgood as (0331; Tarl Baeada'U3; Hani Jensen 230; Nick LaHuka 2M: Joe Tennant M Bob OtsbeUU 305 that way." Ed Moir, tiotial Golf chairman of Week, says WITH EXPORT CIGARETTE TOBACCO choice of Aaron was mainly eco- nomic. "We believe thai people would rather play against a name player such as Tommy Aaron than against Boh Cox, who is not so well said Moir. Cox, who had not yet been in- formed of the RCGA'j decision, expressed surprise in Vancou- ver upon learning he had been bypassed for Aaron, He had been planning to do the tour. "I understood it lo be an honor which goes with winning the he said. He thought ft. was "pretty wen au- tomatic" for the Canadian pro- fessional champion to shoot the target score. inning enabled the Angels to end Minnesota's streak. Tatum stopped TwinsVeighth-inrong up- rising after Harmon Killebrew had opened with a single and was tripled home by Tony Oliva. After another walk by starter and winner Rudy May, Tatam came on and got Leo Cardenas to hit into a dcuble play and struck out George MitterwaM. John (Blue Moon) Odom scat- tered six His and was backed by Oakland's ID-hit attack. Odom, 2-1, struck out eight and walked two. Chicago's lone run came on a 430-foot homer by Buddy Bradford. Hermlna sehaalja Harwidc IN; Flo Capewell 170; VI IVtr Fred Beard Oti John Fleming 271 Serry Barnard Tom Arch- hold 284. BOISE CASCA8I Anne GlIlespK rai Vera Brown U4; John Remoel 214; Clarence Sauter 213; Rowena Radblc 272; Ellubeth Gocran 2t1 (7201; Haltman 220; Jim Selman Garth Barr M; Galen Harris 235. PARK PLAZA Armour 331 (SMI; Mary Ono- frythuk Bob Costanio 375 Fen Tunbridga 215 Mary MeztT 3d; John Scnaa'lle nil Dena Smith 274; Rayrna Frache 2M; Jean Koakot- U Ev Crew (NEC UA4UC Bob Hdmea Mi; Dava Burrows 923 H. C. Brown 306 Louie Armstrong m; Bea Salmon 211 Ben Van Wleren 244; Editti Votti 230; Carol Hancock 232; V. Jarvla 2Si; Smokey Vlorne Walter Boras John 334 (12411 Wimp Nakarrura 3a Tak Katakaml 303 :John Waychenen 331 ITUli RcMn Whsildon 313 (K31; Bob tanio 3111 Bill Brown 311; Steve John Rempel 323 Jjck Jones LYLEI PAiTIMI Jonn Scatteroood 344; Sandy Scat- teroood Frank Simons 241; Cwan Edwards 774; K. PMIIpp 321; Reg For- iter 254; Marg Bryan 24i; Jim Pat- runla Til (nni Dot Andtrsui Vtt Steve Gangur 347; Bemla Carrlco 250. SHOPPERS WORLB Brown 302 Florence Nyg-Jist MC'l Jo Dkkout Flo Roliingeon Vt: Dana Srrifh Xuth Cumlnotiam Gall Ll'- Hlronoalle. thi Janka Dyck 2M) Pat as wen as they did their previous aeries" against Red-Deer Rustlers which they won 4-2. They got into Thunder Bay only five hours .before game he said, Jtxrt they didn't appear to be tired." r Weyburn kept..up with Hurricanes through the first pe- riod. Both teams scored one god as Hurricanes' Lou Nistico and Weyburn's Cal Booth each picked up his first of two. But Hurricanes scored in their first Shree shots oh goal in the second period to push the 1-1 score after one period to.4-1 with more than half the game left. Weyburn came back .with two goals to Thunder Bay's one for a score of 5-3 at the end of the second period. Hurricanes' goalie Etl Balina, a pickup 'from Thunder Bay Ca- nadians, held Red Wings score- less in the final 20 minutes while Vic Venasky added bis picture goal to round out Hurri- canes' scoring. Other Hurricanes' goals went to Paul Sandberg, Mike Basn- hik and Tom Corness. Bob Miller scored Weyburn's third goal. Thunder Bay coach Benme Wott, in his first western final after three yean of coaching, said after-the game bis team can play much better. 'Wei weren't be said. We had chances to stop them bat we just didn't hit any- And EUHCHKRE ITD. SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LCACUI I Chicago.......4 New York SKI Fraftebco San Dtese M. ML .714" JH jn i jot i J7S M .143. 4 TODAY'S MlmKta Xaat 14 X OatM Karaas City M M nila Murphy 1-0 H uataa piMre l-l at CMnlt kw York Wtlamyra MM- Ptoatw M N at Atlanta ___In Weyburn's dressing room, Dunn repeated his feel- ings. "They were skating the Saskatchewan coach said of his team, "But they didn't hit any- one through the entire' game." "They'll have to start hitting tonight." Weyburn took-seven of the 13 minor penalties.called by ref- eree Joe Peters of Dauphin, Man. Lo. a 7 JOB J TODAY1 OAMES Philadelphia. Jadoen at York Saavar 1-0 Montraal Honeman VI at'Chicago JenUm 0-2 St. LOL-h Culver 1-a. at 6'm 1-0. N Lot Angelea Sutten M Jarvh N San Franctlco Kebtrgar M at Cin- cinnati Nolan 1-0 N San Diego Santorkil 1-1 at Dkrker 24 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS toi in am-1 it i i aaa M u i Fryman, Palmer (3) CoUMm (5) Lench (S) Selma' (0! Hoamer til] (I) and McCarver; Deckrr, Wlbcn (41 Abarnattiy Agulrra (M) (10) and Hundley. (21; Johnson .....____ M an I 1 Naw Yark...oa> aM OOtr-4, 4 0 Carter (4) Da! Canton (1-01 (7) and My, Kkkrttl Centry Canroell (Hi (7) McSraw (71 Koora (II and Grole. HR: Pltts-Cllver (11 San Pram an M tM 14 JB IN M 11 McCorrnkk, Jonmon (O, Linn McMahon Bryant (2-2) (I) Dlerr; Bouton, Blinnoham Glad- ding II) nirakl (HI 1101 DILauro (lo and Edmrda.'Martlnai HRs: SF Mart McCovar (3) Hstn Hfrtu m, CindanM 001 in in-17 H Singer (1-21 Norman (i! -Pma (I Paxual III Lamb (01 and HalKr, Su- dakis Wakxay, Sol Ml [1-01 K Granger and Bench. HKi: Ckv- May m, Perez (41. San Diaia alt n I I m ooo a-4 11 Ooeaon, Ron (1-0) (I) Dukei (10 and Barton; Nttro (0-31 and DUIer HRs: SB-Colbert Murrell LCAOU1 LIAOCRI SF Dletz, SF Gallagntr, SF Cepeda, All C. jcnes, NY 42 31 Eight wai Eight members of the Letb- bridge lions Amateur Swim Club win be in Edmonton this weekend competing hi the At Rum Henderson, 13; H. Aaron Atlanta and Bonds, San FranclKo, 1 Rims Batted In H. Aarm U; T Ian, Cincinnati and H-ndtnon, Dletz, and Colbert, San Diego, 13. Hift Henderson, Hi Gallagher San Fnncbca, -If. Doublet Capeda, Atlanta, I; and tied wWi tour. Triples Doyle, Gonzalez, ACenta, 2. Horre Runs Colbert, S; H. Aaron Dteli and Peru, Cincinnati, Sloten Son Cardtnal, St. Loud 1; Wyrin. HiMtm, Morgan, Howtm and Sends, San Franchxo, A. PltcMng 27 tied s-rlkaouM Man-in, CUclnnatl, Perry, San Francisco, 1i AMIRICAN LIMUI V L Satan 5 berta B.C. trials. A team will be selected COLLINS DIES NEW HAVEN, N.Y. (AP) James Anthony (Rip) CoHlre, who played first bate for St. Louis Cardinals during the 1930J, died Thursday, He was 165. Playoff Pates Are 'Announced CALGARY Ron But- lin of Calgary, president of the Western Canada League, Thurs- day announced dates in the best-of-rine playoff semi-final series between Calgary Centen- mals and Edmonton Oil Kings. The seventh game will be played Wednesday, April 22, in Calgary, the Sunday, April 26, in Edmonton, the ninth Weiteejday, in Calgary and the 10th, if Decenary, Moo- day, May 4, in Edmonton. represent Alberta at the Alber- ta-B.C. Swim Meet which win be held May and 17 in Vcr- non, B.C. Susan Hunt, Leafo Johnson, Joan Gam and Wendy Tuk will xfupete in the groups in the girls' envision while Gary ScoviD, Lome i m Emerson and Rob Emerson will compete m the boys' sec- tion. The (rials win ba heW In University of Alberta pod, Oetrrtt ...'__ Washington I Mew Yom..... t Gle'nlaM 2 Minnesota California ft PROVINCIAL INDIAN HOCKEY PLAYOFFS KAINAI SPORTS CENTRE, STANDOFF SATURDAY and SUNDAY APRIL Iftrh nd 19th flUST GAMi SATURDAY 10 A.M. Kansas CPty Per .714 .fa jta jn .730 .250 .100 .750 400 .at .33} .D3 Oniy'garTMS i HSULTS ail la CHy -i n -i i Belter Nebcn (t) Dnbamaty and Rodrlgw; Kraveee (1-1) Gat (J) LaierToue (S) tyoonophna m Mil Goeaaan wrtaaj MM (M-I a HI IN 4 a a (M) Hargari (T) MaoaB tfl i Det--AWku1ina Yert a m t 0-1) (7) ana! __________ u SWKrg, Stanga 0-1) O9 and Mosat. lua (T) PatrocelU an fia i HI ail M John (0-J1, (I) and JoMphion; Odom (2-1) and Duet- can. HR Chicago, Bradford nTaat aaa-t i l an an j i (1-1) and Rosaeorot Palm- (0-1) Watt and rlenorfcaj. HRl Wash-Howard Mtata ..MM 7 t iMarMa l Bnvell (Ml Hall in. William 17) id Mltterwldl Mar (1-0) Tltuni (I) and Aicue. LCA8UI LEADERS A> R K Pel. Motes, Boa 3 13 M ovlef. Mil "W i 17 .'34 Inella, KC 93 2 10 .135 Johnson, Bal 73 4 -10 .m BVMiman, Wash 24 4 .m Smith, Button, 10.' Fre- >sl, CalHomia, Rum tatted In -Warhm. 13; Alyaa, Mknasota, 11. -Hits Hovley, 17; Walton, 1J. Doublet Morton, Detroit, 41 Mel- on, Chicago, 4. Triples Von, California, I; II tM wlrn one. H o me Runs Walton, Epatah, Washington, Alraa, Stotan Bases Yastnamkl, 1 i; Blair, Banlmore, L. Pitching It tied otlh l.OOt. SMkaoutv-LoIkh, Detrott, nmltti, California, SCORtl Chartdtt 4 Ashwilh I 5 Birmingham I 1 Montgomery 0. Savannah i Jacksonville 3 Pacific Caaat Phoenix 1 Portland I ucson S Eugene 2 .1 Salt Lake I Hawaii e Spokane I MOCKIY KOtEl Boston 4 New York 1 Botton wlna bast-ofaavan nal 4-2 St. LouH 4 Minnesota 1 Et. Louis wins best-of-aavan ajuarnv> Ouetec 0 Buffalo 2 Bvtfalo hwds besl-ol. Sprlngtield 3 Henhey t SprlnofMd leads best of-aeven ter-flnal J-2 Mamarial Cap Weyburn J Thunder Bay i first game of best-or-aevan PLAYOFF ItAOER! A Pl> Orr, Bos............... 7 Esooaito, i Berenson, 4 Glibert, NY............ 4 R. Hvll, Chi............ 3 MctXnekf. SL.......... S OoMsworthy, Mhm...... 3 MlWta, Chi 3 Goyeftf, SL l Bos 1 HAMS Mowfi 10 OAMIi ADMISSION EACH DAY-ADULTS STUDENTS CHILDREN lOc tV'l" Mcrky Roger Hagberg Dies In Crash OAKUND (CP-AP) Roger Hagberg, 31, fullback fof Winni- peg Blue Bombers of the West- ern Football Conference several years ago, was killed Wednes- day night when his ear crashed Into a guard rail 10 miles north- east of here, Hagberg, who joined Oakland Raiders after leaving Winnipeg, was alone in his car, en route from tafayett to his home in' Walnut Creek when the accident occurred In ah area under con- struction. He thrown from his car and hit by a vehicle going the other way. MARSHALL IS OKAY MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Jim Marshall, veteran defensive end for MinnesoU Vikings of the National Football League, Is listed hi good eorxlition at Mid- way Hospital after undergoing emergency iwgiry. FARM SPECIAL; 18.4 x 34 6 ply REAR Tractor Tires 105 EACH OMY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPim TIRE SALES 4 SiRVICE ;