Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
UTHMIDC1 HIULB 7 Orioles Shade Red Sox Braves Continue Skid, Stargell Breaks Slump ANDY CAPP By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There's DO pUce like home to break out of a iliimp atlr Wil- lie Stargell. Stargell, hung with a .W bi- ting average, hit an out-of-sight homer we the faraway dou- ble-tiered root in Forbes Field that carried Pittsburgh Pirates a 3-1 victory over Houston Astros Monday night. "It helps menially to get a home said, Stargell who bad collected only a tingle in 27 iil-bats before Monday night's game. "But I would have been happy to have it to jut over the screen. Cincinnati Reds slugged three home rum to dump the skidding IIDOORS itb-jbE BALLfll JT WAS REFRESHING to sypdicated columnist's analysis, D.C., in which the'writer probed for an answer to why. the crime rate in the United States is 20; times greater than in The subject is-pot new. It has been treated many times, chiefly by anti-gun fanatics who have sought to prove that guns, and guns alone, are the root of America's rising crime rate. Surprisingly, ;.this writer did not, attack guns as the root of noted that theTsame common law governs both countries, yet the United States is plagued with a crime rate far greater than that of theBritishisles. .The.: he pointed out, lies in two axioms of people. One is reverence for the lay, even, though it might not be enforceable. The other certainty, not the severity, of punish- ment for'ylojators. -v.' A third.factor' if the respect British subjects have for'their law enforcement officers. Bobbies are abso- lutely says .the writer, as are members Atlanta Braves t-2 in the Na- tional League's only other game Monday. Stargell, who also drove in the Pirates' other run with a sacri- fice fry in the first inning wat brimming with confidence trier busting his early-season willies. "It has to be uphill from said Willie, who boosted his batting average 32 points to .069. "I looked in the paper Sun- day and I sayr I had hit bot- tom." Tony Perez slammed his sev- enth homer and Johnny Beach and rookie Hal McHae added round-trippers as the homer- happy Reds won their sixth game in seven. The loss was the fourth straight for Atlanta. In the American I-eague, perseverance is becoming the Kansas City Royals' 'greatest a saving grace for California Angefc, too. The Royals overcame a 2-0 Oakland lead on Bob Oliver's two-run ninth-inning homer ALL RIGHT, GO.' I SHOUtb AVEUrSTENEbr.ME MOTHER-SHE7QU> MENOTf ......i DONT KNOWTJtXJGH- Norr-cocH Third Period Sinks Jets Mohawks Still Alive TWENTY-FIVE GRAND REACTION Barber of Sherman, Tex., len out whh a vkofry howl after linking o 12-foot birdie pun on the second hole of a tudden- death playoff to win The New Orleans .Open Monday. Berber collected a check for to. johnioh and Bob Charles In tfw playoff. Brown Meet Socially MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Aaron Brown and Joe Kapp met socially for the first time Monday night, and they were all smiles about tbe Sept. 20 meeting between Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs in the 1970 National Football League opener. Brown, you recall, was tbe e-foot-5, 263-pound Chief de- fensive end who knocked Vi- king Kapp out of the Super Bowl last January with a crunching tackle in the second half. It was Just part of Kansas City's 23-7, shellacking Kapp and the Vikings in New Orleans. Kapp left the game with a separated shouMer. The two got together before featured talks at a pro foot- ball dinner and posed for pic- tures. It just so happens the NFL schedule was released Mon- day, and the Vikings get a chance to avenge their Super Bowl loss in the first game against the Chiefs in Minneso- ta's MetropoBlar, Stadium. "If we win it won't increase the magnitude of our Super Bowl said Brown, a Mnneapobs i evident 'in the off-season, "and if we lose it won't diminish it. "We'll be looking at it us our first game of the season just like we looked at the Super game we had to win." Kapps' version went 1 tMs: "Us being ns them being them, there's got to a certain amount of revenge. We feel could have won. Enough Scoring In 'Hat Marathon MEDICINE HAT 51 hours uf play, the score was Basketball? It was. A marathon game 22 hours short of the world record played by two high school teams during the week- end raised for the local cancer society. Touclipf Sweetness to Letljbridge cargo? Ca-xZs 7he (J for the law and those who repre- sent it is reflected of a Bobby who was punched be; .was trying to'arrest for having found the defendant guilty on both'counts, sentencing him to 21: days in jail for the theft, and seven.years for striking-the officer. What the writer-has brought to light at long last are the'true causes of a ''rising crime rate in the United States. He may not'have covered all of them, but the three he has singled out are among the most important There'are, other factors involved, to be sure, but the important at long last, guns are not- being blamed solely'for the. mess. .Suddenly comes the those who have proposed gun registration and other restrictions as a' panacea to the nation's 'crime problem will awa- ken 'in to see theAlight Jt should be safe 'to suggest that the Canadian situation is 'not too unlike that in the U.S. Our police forces would have considerable more respect if it cost seven years imprisonment for striking an officer. OXE-MTLE DAILY jog may' benefit mid-aged doctors put their male patients on a jogging regime and expect them to show significant improvement in heart work output aad pulse rate? The Medical Post says that based on t prettmmery study done by Dr. Bernard L Lewis, they can. He is chief investigator of the coronary prevention pro- gram at the Palo Alto Medical Clinic, near San Francisco. lie studied 25 volunteers, with a mean (near tbe average) age of 43, jogged not more than 10 minutes a for two months. In reporting on the results of his study, Dr. Lewis noted that most studies on the effect of jogging had been done on young athletes, military personnel or men "with definite cardie- vascular disease." He wanted to find out what this relatively m8d exercise would do to the conditioning of the average middleHsged male in North America tends to be overtwuked, overdressed, overfed and underexercised. volunteer selected, after medical examination, simply asked to reap out a one mite track somewhere near his home, preferably the nearest school track. Thirty-five were originally chosen for the two-month pro- ject. Ten threw in the towel within the first few weeks. No attempt was made to control the volunteer's eating, drinking or smoking habits. The only change in bis ordinary living was the daily one-mile jog. Here are the details of the results: No significant weight change. A mean loss of 1.8 Ib. Decrease in body fat. Girth reduced by a. mean of 1.7 Skinfold thickness showed a reduction of 21 per cent No significant changes in serum uric acid or cholesterol A definite decrease in serum triglyceridei. (Men loss, IS per Physical efficiency index showed an impressive J6 per cent improvement. The work-output showed a mean improvement of 16 per cent Track time showed a mean reduction of mln 28 tec, per YOU DON'T REQUIRE a fishing licence wry more If you are 65 years or older. Some folks have the impression that the and-over anglers are provided with a free angling licence. If you are going fishing, all you require is proof of age driver's li- cence, social security card anything that indicates your age in case you are asked by an officer. The rainbows were fairly hot at Henderson lake ia city on Sunday, No lockjaw disease for sure. The big one that didn't get away! Alex Hauser home with an itti-poood pike from Ridge Reservoir on Sun- day. Best for the early far. Well, the first batch of fish have arrived at Tyrrell's and from all indications all is well. Next load is due tail Thursday. For all those who have been calling. West end of Forester's Reservoir north of Brooks was Open at the weekend. Fishing was reported as "not bad." Problem: it costs to enter the property on which Forester's is located. At present the road leading to the lake has a big washout, The charge a another dollar to boated tcnm UN wntout rfeat the Athletics 4-2 in the th-with Oliver socking later homer-4or their second victory in as many ames. California, which blew a inth-inning lead Sunday and fi-ally bowed to the Royals 4-i Si innings, blew bases-loaded ireals- in the eighth and ninth inings, then nipped Milwaukee rewers 5-1 on Roger Repoi' ascs-loaded single in the 10th. In the onlv other American activity, New York Yan-ees pounded Washington Sena-ors 11-2 and Baltimore Orioles dged Boston Red Sox 3-2 in a ame halted by rain after six linings. COULDN'T HOLD LEAD Oakland's John (Blue Moon) Mom blanked the Royals on wo singles and struck out 12 hrough the eighth inning, but hold a two-run lead milt on homers by Dick Green md catcher Dave Duncan. After picking up his 13th strikeout to start the ninth, Mom yielded a single bv Ed Kirkpatriclt, got the second out on a leaping catch by shortstop Roberto Pena and then was tagged for Oliver's, tying homer. Kansas. City reliever Moe Drabowsky worked out of a bases-loaded. jam in the bottom of .be ninth and the Royals finally broke the deadlock in the nth. Boeg Powell 'drove in two Baltimore runs with a single an his second homer white right hander Jim Palmer held the Red Sox to five hits in the' rain-curtailed game at (CP) St. Bom-ace Mohawks sco red three yak within six minutes in the Jnal period Monday to defeat he Spokane Jets E-S in the third of the western Allan ?up finale. Spokine leads the best-of-five The fourth game is scheduled for Winnipeg tonight. The visiting Jets carried the >lay to the Mohawks from the opening faceoff but could only manage a 1-1 sawoff at the close of the first period and 3-3 at the close of the second. St. Boriface roared back late in the third period and scored three goals in six minutes, two of them unassisted that bounced off Spokane defencernen. Bill Scott scored the winning goal at of the final period. Other St. Boniface scorers were Mike McKenrie, George Butterworth, Leo Duguay, Dave Megill, and Gerry Brisson. Ken Gustafsoo, Tom Kendall Ron Huston, Dave Toner aw Charbe Goodwin scored the Spokane goals. Both Seth Martin b) the Spokane goal' nd Allie Reynard in the Mohawks net.were call ed upon to make 26 saves each The loss was Spokane's firs in 12 games. The team has only lost one, game since em barking on tie playoff trai after winning the Western In-lenntwoal League pennant. Monday was a night of bad bounces for the visiting Spokane crew, with several deflections off Spokane defencemen turning on the red goal ta the second Kriod was scored from behind be net. The St. Boniface for-ard with a clear breakaway swept behind the net by a pokane defenceman at the ist minute. His shot, from behind tbe.net, bit the sod bomc-sd into the goal. The teams meet again tonight and Wednesday if a fifth game is needed. The winner will meet the Orillia Terriers far the Allan Cup and the Canadian senior .hockey championship. Is Falls he Edmonton victory before a sell-out crowd of blocking 3D of 33 Calgary shots; Calgary goaltender Ed Dyck also played well, handling S3 of 38 OD Kings shots. The dubs were tied 1-1 at tbs end of the first period and 2-2 after the second. Edmonton took six of nine minor penalties and each club" bad a major for fighting. EDMONTON (CP) -Edroon-on Oil Kings scored a 5-S vk-ory over Calgary Centennials klondav night to even the best-of-nine Western Canada Hockey western division' final. Each crab has won two games and two have been tied. Toe seventh game is Sunday in with the eighth and ninth scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday of next week in Cat gary. Rightwinger Doug Kerstake coming off a two-game suspension, scored two goals for the Oil Kings. Handy Wvrozub, Ted McAneetey and Bob McAneetey were the cither Edmonton goal scorers. The fifth Edmonton goal by Ted McAneetey was scored into an empty net in the last minute of the game. Rusty Pntenaude scored two of the Calgary goals. Jerry Wright scored the other on i power play in the first period Oil King goaltender Ian Wilk !e played a prominent role For Unger DETROIT (AF) Garry Unger, the sensational 22-year-old centre with Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League, underwent surgery Monday for infected tonsils. Unger, who scored 42 goeli and had 24 assists this season, is expected to be released from the hospital within a few days. ROYAL RESERVE BY CCRBy for outstanding flavour and distinguished service.