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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta toturJey, Apll 13, THI UTHUIDCI HERAID 13 Easy Going Shotmaker Three Up Frank Beard Takes Over Lead RAKCHO LA COSTA, Cabf. fAP) Frank Beard had fired te eight-under-par H, in- chiding a string of six eonsecu- tire birdies, but refund to be jarred out of bit woevervalire, GETTING READY FOR THE SEASON Keeping your on tho boll ii fhe nomff of tho gome for pint- baseball ployerj ai prodicn for the new sooson. little Leaguer Glenn McDowell of Toronto shows the coach how it'i done. "You know he said, "I never have anything to say." Beard's remarkable needed only M putts-put him itto the second round lead in the Tournament of Champions Friday. Was he Uukiijg about fee alUiae PGA record of eight eoBseeUive birdies when he had hit) string going? "No, not really. You just hit it md go Sod it and hit it again." Was it bis best putting round? "I don't know. 1 don't keep records on that sort of thing n I really don't know." Has he ever bad six birdies in a row? "Again, I don't know. I've had five before, I'm sure. I don't know about six." How would he chaneenze his round? "I played wetL You have to lo abort 64. But it kind of rag- ged at times." Ragged or not, the ]H total- ID under par on the La Costa Country Club course- left him with a three shot lead going into today's third round. British Open Champion Tony Jacklia had a U for 137 and Australian Bruce Crairpton was in third place with a 69 for 138. South African Gary PLiysr, .the defending champion and first round leader, never reaDy it going and drifted back itha 73 far He was tied at hat figure wilh Jack Nicklaut and Masters Champion Billy Casper, each with a 69. Lee Trevino aad Dale DougtH liad 72s for Hi and Arnold 'aimer took a 72 for M2. Montreal Faces Long Season Expos In Trouble By TOE CANADIAN PRESS K's not the end of April jet, bat it already threatens to be- come a long baseball season for Montreal Expos of toe National The Brpoc have only one wta fa 11 starts, and are mired at the bottom of Ihe East Division TO game behind the leading Chicago Cute. Friday, the Expos engaged in yet another exercise in futility. Tied 2-2 in tte top of the sev- enth inning against Sao Fran- cisco': Giants, the Montrealers allowed the Giants sii runs, and bully stumbled to a 12-3 loss. Elsewhere, Los Angeles Dodg- ers took a 1-4 decision from New York Mets in 15 innings, the Cubs whipped Houston As- tros" C-3, Philadelphia Phillies past San Diego Padres M, .Atlanta Brtvra blanked Pittsburgh Pirates 94, and SI. Louh Cardinals defeated Cintin- M. To add to the Expos' humQia- Hen, the winning rally was touched off by a pitcher, as Gtrylord Perry rapped a one-out double off.relievCT Dan McGinn. Then Bobby Bonds walked on four pitches and Ron Hunt blasted his second homer'tf the feasoi. Hunt isn't normally consi- dered a power hitter. In 471 at bail last season he had only tote homers. Willie Mays followed wilh a walk and Ken Henderson cracked a two-out single before Dick Dietz hit his fifth homer of tbe.Muon off reliever Howie Reed. The Giants added four insur- ance runs in the bottom of the eighth. Perry picked up the win evening hli record at 2-2. Mc- 3Lm took the loss, aad is 0-1 for the young season. Perry wasn't the only pitchtT :o take matters into his own lands. St. Loujg managed fust three tits against Cincinnati's rookie rTayne Simpson, but one of [hem was a shrUHnning single by pitcher George Culver that touched off a two-run rally and helped Ihe Cards to their vic- tor In Chicago, pitcher Keo Hoitz- man slashed a tie-breaking, hvo-run double to give the Cubs their eighth straight win. In (he American League, De- troit Tigers dropped Minnesota Twins 8-6, Washingtos Senators trimmed California Angels 5-3, Cleveland Indians defeated Chi- cago While Sox 4-1 and Bal'j more Orioles knocked off Kan- sas City Royals 7-3. Rain post- poned Milwaukee at Boston and Oakland al New York. Lou Brock opened the Cards- Reds game with a lead-off ho- Ihe second run in four starts off Simpson. Then two errors sunk the rookie. Hottzman had held the Astros hitkss until the sixth inning be- fore Houston broke through for a pair .of runs then won his own game with a tAvo-oul double. Jim Nash scattered five hits and the .Braves halted, a six- game losing streak by blanking Pittsburgh. Reliever Dick Selma choked off an eighth-inning San Diego rally aad saved the Phillies' vic- tory over the Padres. Tom Mailer's 15th Inning sin- gle drove in the only run of the game as the Dodgers outlasted the llets. Bowling Scores CLENDALE C.HEC LEAGUE Francis Wriqtt H. c. Brown lea Salmon tit Hsward 273; Ann Hrnty 373; Daw Burrows 214; Slg Dotricr Rosa Hcrne 345; Terry Showmen 761; Edna ?47. TOWN AND COUNTRY Rtcy Oseen 314 Mary Tie. cjusky 3J7i Elearwr Fenton 344; Uu- fee Oder 741) Jo 155; Darlerc Coyne 3J3; Marilyn Chrljtlnson 337; TrUM ileale 217- KIMUHA-5 Fred Mog.ii 34.; Jan Mog-ji 233; IM> Omatanl 301; Lours Bardies 3W; Bryan Bolokcafcl Tn-t Fb Wilson 315; lean Vlrginllio 307; Nick virglntllo ZSl Wendy Meyers US; Jim Ram HI; Verenl McGhll 263. JOUTH-ALTA Gall Sarka 293; Doug Pederun J47; Haiel Jensen 3M; Bev citric FranX Bacedt 176; Pelt Browver 317; Dave Burrows 31S; Dot Olsnaskl 373; Blll Tymmscn 1ST; FrtUa Beuer lit: Mty Mill TRACY'S. STYLISTS Ann Duval 371; Hem Bennle W; OSSIE STUBBS SURE KNOWS PHARMACEUTICALS OiSIE STUMS Just tike Our ERNIE KNOWS MOTORS CaH Us Today! MNII ROSVOU We Specialize in Tune-Ups CARBURETOR AND IGNITION AU WOK OVAUNTflDI TEXACO CAR CARE call In M 0 Roncho Texaco Service Uti Are. MutiuHi Sovttl PHOHI Shlrliy B'Kdoff Crrls Guenlher 357; Sandy Scjlttrcood 90 (ml, Hirnack 307 Marilyn land 333; Kit Jcr.es U1; Dodle Hodges IB; Dal 111; Ruby Osean 286; Gladys 743. COM MEN! Les Colvtlll Ki Al tif. Rotin Wheelcta 341 _.. H. C. Brorn 3M; Jock sieve Meiel 173 Run ftom- bouch mi Gary Llnd m; Bob Cos- lanio 3S7; Randy Wolilcncrorl 2V4; Mlka Popscn LYLES PASTIME Alex Kogler 771; S4lniy ScaflHgood _nj Bonnie cerrico 313; Belty Martin 754; Gvwn Edwards 275r Dol AnoV- son 157 Bill Anderson 371 Gerry Andnson Henry 377; Edne Lcwm 744; Jim' Petrunla HIGA'9 UDIII Fren Kelly m; Phyl. Harrhan Marlene Trrrml 313; Baush 3X1; EloHe Ivn lit; Marg zarek 3U; Kae N.im 251; Merge R lit; Verna CAPO I BOWL ONE HOUP. Bta salmon Ii: Juan Mlltm 315 17671; Feme Terlesky Isabel Crs'ei 309 Pat Plornp 31S Lynne I engye] 33s Freda LFnn 79? (7MI; Bergman 271 Mary Morcom 1Hl Mabel stuckeri !7J. Agnes Pocia 7iO Rose Croe- 750; Dorothy Hunter Aria Tef- erh at; Gloria Baltts mi Ocrottry CodMoa mi Coleen Manak 717) Fn da LTnn Sylvia Knulsen TO. GREEK? SHOES Elaine 307 Nina Slnd- llngcr Stndl'moer Itil Miricn Vlckcrs 769 (nM; Betty Taylor 371 Ramsay Vkken Bill Taylor Xt; Jock Mulgri... 301 Ken Makomson 314; Bob Kllbach 770. VASA LODCI ArvM mi Flo Seager 311; Bud Grouttle 131; Dive Hegland 797; Vein Kl; Carlson 3J4; Ruby CMen 2M; Bea Hsnion 111; Bla.icM H4. EAGLES LODGE Gn 307 Frank Gor- ee 377 2arychl 1W; Jog GIIHrtt 375i Bill Plorrp 711; Frai Ber- rsnek Ann Gorde 771; VI Price 275 175111 Olg 753, Olge Kurn tewonky Clfrld Kigali Mm GcshlfllMl (7KI, 5uml Medm-ml Dol ashfro ai Ffl Tcti Fayt Trttda XI, TaK Katakaml m, Jim ill, Ryo Mgeri m, Mas Shige- hiro TK. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Frank Howard unloaded in third inning of Washington Senators. 5-3 victory over CtU- JtnU Angels, one of. fie longest home runs in the listory. of Robert F. Kennedy tadium. Howard blasted a pitch by indy Messersnrith a run- way in the upper deck in left ield, estimated at more than 500 feet. It H-as his fourth homer of the season and snapped a 1-3 tie. Elsewhere fa the American League, Baltimore Orioles shaded Kansas City Royals 7-5. Detroit Tigers stopped Minne- sota Twins W and Cleveland In- dians whipped the Chicago White Sox 4-1. Milwaukee Bruins al Boston Red Sox and }akland Athletics al tfae New York Yankees were rained out. Besides his mammoth homer, [toward started a three-run up- rising in the first inning with a two-out walk. Lee Miyt of the Senators and the Angels' Roger Repot slugged homers. Winning Dick Bosmac also drove in an Insurance run with a fourth-inning single. INTERESTED in recreation? Robert dark, minister of youth and minister of education for Ihe province, has announced plans for a master plan for recreation development in Al- berta at both the private and public sector. Funded through an appropriation of from the Human Resources Development Authority, Ihe de- partment of youth and Uie department of lands and forests, the program will receive additional help from the economics research branch ol the department of industry and tourism. Clark said he is encouraging individuals and or- ganizations concerned with recreation development to send him written comments, briefs, or audio-visual and film presentations concerning desirable recreation policy for Alberta. These representations will form part of the basis for development of an over-all recreation policy by a study team. A MINISTER'S CONFERENCE 'on Recreation U plamed for October. This wOl provide another opportunity for in- dividuals, organizations and communities to consider and make recommendations concerting the direction and scope of recreation for Albertans in the 70s. Prior (a !he conference the recreation branch of the department of youth will suggest to communities a format or ways to bring local recreation agencies together to dis- cuss mutual goals and objectives. The recreation study project will primarily Involve col- lation, analysis and lynthesis of data which hareU Ihis etriy lo UK season. "For anenaer Car Tim In the mw-71 serin to Kf tan. Tnew an rise firn wHh cord body and tread so can lake abovl on the highway Tine vrrti lha mw buffi In belt rhat git. nwn mileage and 100% more road nx'stanto than [irw tint en now can "tt year. Coma In and' lot rnow yov Kow IrHkt the omai- ma now Tiftr Paw will toil yov nowl lerranclez and Arnos Otis and led Baltimore when the Ori- oles displayed some long-ball power of Ibeir own. Frank Rob- LHSOB and Boog Powell hit con- secutive homers in the seventh end Powell doubled home an in- surance run in the ninth after Pete Richer! put a Kansas City threat Baltimore starter Muse Cuellar also homered. Tony Horton's bases-loaded two-run double broke a score- less deadlock in the sixth Inning and started the Indians lo their victory over the While Sox. An- other run scored on a wild pitch and Ted Uhlaender homered in the eighth. SM KIRK'S for >W DM( Every Who.ll KIRK'S TIK SALES LTD. Yovr UNmOTAl Dwrtr J TO JMVI TOO I61T 3rd ATI. PHONE i27.sns KIRK'S PUNIf, I.e. rhono 491.774. KIRK'S TTtE (TAICT) LTD. ton PtMiM i Plinking for pleasure. Plinking is the name given to casual target shooting with small calibre guns. Ths f name fs probably derived from the sound of a bullet hitting t tin can, the traditional target of Ihe plinker. Plinking many pleasures as a pastime for the individual or group. Besides being yur round1 ictrvity, prinking Is inaxperaivw, relnting, and often personal wt'sfactiori of developing skill and accuracy with gun. But probably mom rmportarrt, plinHng excellent Introduction to shooting and a way of teaching new shooters the respect and responsibility needed whan handling a gun. For information on how you can progress from prinking to target shooting, write for a copy of CIL Shooting Sports Program. CIL, P.O. Box 10, Montreal 101, Quebec. I The CIL Model 470. A handsome automatic with clip magazine, chambered for 22 long rifle. Its chequered stock and fore-end is finished In dork, rich walnut It also has a hooded ramp foresight and a fold down adjustable rear.sight, j An ideal rifle for small game, pests and pDnkJng. Sporting Anns Ammunition. HEPP-S INDUSTRIES LTD. Parti ond Sakt Depot MOWER Lawn Bey ft Service 117 3rd AVI. PHONt PARSONS HARDWARE Sheopari' WarM PHONE 327-7066 Fred crl Panom Marine Servicentre 1252 3rd Are, 5. Phone 327-4960 Parkers of Taber and Southern Alberta Tobtr, LTD, Authorized Salti and Depot In lethbridje 331 tlfi SI. 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