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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta C THI LnHUIDOl HRALD Monday, Aptll 37, WO It Was The 10th Anniversary Milk River Dinner A Success THEIR HAPPIEST MOMENTS Jerry LeGrondeur, left ond Roger Kramer, tight, had the pleasure of present- ing two awards Saturday evening ol the Milk River Elki Sportsman's Dinner. leGrandeur presented the athlete of the year award to Don Szarko, second from the left while presented the sportsman of the year award to Lloyd Evers, on Kramer's left. Some 250 sportsmen were at the dinner. Tiant Unbeaten In Three Games Niekro Back On The Beam By PAT SUU.IVAN HeraM Writer M1LX RIVER (STAFF) Al McCann, the featured speaker, summed it up prelly Sat- urday evening when be said "I don't want to get serious, we're all here for a good time." A good time it was indeed as the Milk River Elks staged yet another successful Sportsman's Dinner. Saturday's sellout, bet- ter than 550 men and young boys were on hand, marked the I0th such success the Elks of Milk River have enjoyed. For dinner chairman Bob Matlock it ended two weeks of nervous tension. It all started with the birth cf a baby daugh- ter and the ended with thick you to everyone who helped to "make the dinner a rousing suc- cess. So worked up was Matlock his boss gave him the past week off. As Matlock put it "f wouldn't have been much good on the job anyway." From beginning to end ft was a full evening of entertainment. The meal was once again out- standing. Roger Kramer, nick- named "Wide Load" by his teammates on Ihe Calgary Stampeders and indeed a wide> Sal mm 311 (lOOil; Jean Pawey 301 Norm Toltey 341 Stan IteDomlci 340 IICMII WoMoncrofl 3V 11121k Tony BssiBky 33S Bert Ateel 312 YOUNS ADULTS Chester Joktfy W Bemle ohl 305; Randy Wslstoncrott 2SS; Ken urti 2SO; A.viy Krilewskl 2W; Bev Meiel 23S! Baro Wslstoncrott 6r51; Llr.di Malcoimon 272; Helen almcn Sandrt Westllng Val 242 Lethbridge Roj-als chalked up their second straight exhibition soccer victory Sunday after noon as they blasted Medicine Hat Cantalinis 8-1 in Medicine Hat. FINAL 3 DAYS TRIMBLES TIRE SUPPLY home betrayed Dean Chance ar.d the Cleveland Tndkns Sun-, day but the Minnesota air seems to be working wonders for Luis Tiant. Chance ar.d Tiant were the key figures in a six-player sffap between the Indians and the Twins last winter. Chance, 1-2, scattered nine hits in eight innings, walking two and striking out seven but the Indians lost to Chicago White Sox 2-0, a-> Ire high grass at Cleveland's Municipal Stad- ium affected two key infield hits. Tiant, meanwhile, ran his rec- ord had a dismal 9-10 last shuttmg out De- troit Tigers on three singles, tvo. He also stroked a double and two singles, stole third base and knocked in a run. Elsewhere in the American prise addition -to the dinner. Bowling is the Smeed claim to fame and it didn't take long to find out. Smeed pointed out the game of bowling could be Cents Win As Heggedal, Frig Score EDMONTON (CP) Cal gary Centennials scored hw unanswered goals in the third period to defeat Edmonton Oil Kings 4-2 Sunday for a 3-2 lead in their Western Division play- off final in the Western Can- ada Hockey League. Two other games were tied in the best of nine series which resumes Tuesday right........ ._ in Calgary. The ninth game, if Montreal necessary, is scheduled for Cal-1 Cincinnati gary Wednesday night. V05 Sunday, before fans, the teams were tied 1-1 after the first period and 2-2 at Ihe end of the second. Ron broke the deadlock with a goal at ol the final period and The featured speaker, born in a place so' small, CoaWate, the Year's baby was bom Aug. 12, captured the audience with a number of stories and nly once did he turn to the serious side of things. He made clear his stand on the vouth of today. "Kids, lad I'm'talking about the biggest portion of them, are doing a great job. We have trouble with some of them but for the most part they are all right." _ Although never a great high school basketball fan, McCann became interested in the game this past fall and .was confident the north, represented by Ed- monton Jasper Place, would rule the Alberta roost "I watched this club play and it was a said McCann. It was supposed to be the best team ever from the jrovince's capital. They swept he north without any trouble. Jasper Place lost out in the Alberta final and MeCaan asked coach Johnny Bright what happened and Bright ex- plained "Bob Gibb, coach of the Raymond Comets, shook the ToUestrup tree and two 6'11" players fell out and we got beat." The Milk River Elks are bai- ling 1.000, they are 10 for 10 in successes. This is an impres- sive record. ELRICH TIRE tTD. SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEACUI Chicago St. Lmls PirrsbCTSh New Ycrk Philadelphia W L 14 t 7 7 i Pet. .nt Ml Mi -500 .HO .73) .500 .at .JCT .3SS .333 AMERICAN LEACUt East W tllmore.....II fro at BONANZA Bisons Nip Springfield BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Dennis Kassian's second goal of the game, at the eight-second mark of a sudden-death over- time period Sunday night gave Buffalo Bisons a 2-1 victory over Springfield kings in a Cal- der Cup A m e ci c a n Hockey League playoff game. The game was the second of tbelhree-leam round-robin semi-final scries. Springfield de- feated Montreal Voyageurs in the first game. The third game will be played Wednesday be- tween the Bisons and Kings in Springfield. Kassian scored from the over- time faceoff, won by Buffalo's Bob Jones. The only other scor- ing in the game came within 32 seconds in the opening per- I iod. Kassian batted in his own rebound at the mark to put Buffalo ahead but Spring- field's Mike C o r r i g a n came right back with a goal at the mark. League, Baltimore Orioles made it 14 straight over Kansas City Royals 10-9, California AJV gels shaded Washington Sena- tors 3-2, and then traded Rick Reichardt ard Aurclio Rodri- guez to the Esnators for Ken McMuUen. Milwaukee Brewers tripped Boston Red Sox 5-3 and New York Yankees drubbed Oakland Athletics S3 for Mel Stottlemyre's first victory. Saturday, Boston beat Mil- waukee 3-0 in the second game of a doublehcader after drop- ping the opener 10-i, Minnesota edged Detroit 4-3, Cleveland nudged Chicago 6-5, Oakland blanked the Yankees 3-0, Cali- fornia beat Washington 5-3 and Baltimore clubbed Kansas City played by anyone from the age of eight to 80. The game of bowling has been good to the Smeed family and he did some- thing for bowling Saturday. It marked the first time a bowler had been invited to the dinner and it made Smeed very prtorj to be, as he put it. the first ambassador of the game. Tait had his fun with Glad stone as he introduced him as "Happy Rock." Tait and Glad- stone were teammates on a number of basketball teams. Gladstone, Canadian calf roping champion this past year arai a very serious rodeo per- former, brought Ihe house down when he referred to the every- day rodeo events, Wiat Glad- stone takes as everyday rate events were such things as bul riding, steer wrestling, saddle and bareback bronc riding Home Heggedal got the insur- ance marker with less than two minutes remaining. 0-2 at San Ccrkins 0-2 M Philadelphia Wise M H r( UM. SATURDAY naude were the other marks- York o LOS men for the Centennials. Billy Moores got both Edmonton phcadeiphit i goals in the rough contest. Wayne Kartush of SUN DAY'S Ksutn Regina issued 124 minutes in 1! 1 ilayers from Calgary and Ed- Cincinnati" fJJ VpH O 3 m -i monton each received ga m wasMxirn ca misconducts. Calgary bad 63 and Bench; Gibson 12-1) minutes in penalties. Calgary goalie Ed Dyck and Ian Wilkie of Edmonton each stopped shots. Dyck made 14 saves in the first period and 12 in the third. The winner of the series will meet FUn Fton Bombers in best-of-nine league final. Tcrre. PMIacMphU 11 m t2t-l aW 1 shorz-r Selma IS) ver" Klrby, (1-2) 17) Ca m 9-3. The White Sox racked Chance for single runs in the second arid third innings Sunday. The first scored on Joo Horten's slow bouncer down toe third base lure which was allowed to roll and stayed fair. In the Ihird, Luis Aparirio buiited safely down the third base line, took third on a double by Carlos May and scored on Buddy Brad- ford's sacrifice fly. "There was nothing I could do about either said a dis- g run tied Grait Kettles, the Cleveland third baseman. Like all the speakers, Glad stone stayed away from mos serious talk but did find lime to bring to the peoples' slten lion-the progress rodeo has made in the past few years. said Gladstone, "is a very competitive sport and is progressing each year." LeGrandeur, a fiery redhead in a hockey uniform, was sur- prisingly relaxed Saturday while talking hockey. LeGran- deur captained the Lethbridge Sugar Kings the last season. After a playful ribbing on liking his hockey coach so much he Stoneman Brand; McCorm'tk 11-11 ar KRS: SF-McCovty 2. Oislr SECOND Montreal lit "J- Irolt cslco ashlnglon ew York evelend 7 5 West U M. j 'MI 8 .467 I Ml 11 .357 5 .nt 4 .714 .37S .375 J13 it Boston Mlme- Un.pires, Coaches Urgently Needed Umpires are urgently needed 1 m- i) i for all leagues bridge Mir.or Baseball Associa- Jtnk-rris snd Win. HRs; CM- tion As well as umpires a san-o HteH'! Bry- ant (71. McMahm and Gibson. HR: nd Edwardi; nnescta .....10 XlorxJ I Icago.......t arises City 6 nwaukee 5 ODAY'S GAMES Oakland Hunler M Cleveland McDowell 2-2 ta Boswell 0-1 kee Pattln 0-3 at WilMngton M N Only games scheduled. ATUKDAY Milwaukee 10-0 Boston 4-1 Si Washington 3 tltinwe Kansas city 3 hlcago 5 Cleveland 6 akland 3 Nfw York I Detroit 3 Mlr.nescla 4 UNDAY'S XESULTS Chicago ni M- J t Cleveland HA DM 4 1 Norlen Wood (E) ar.d Jneph- on; Chance Miller and :osse. Bjlllmore JM IM-ll II I amK City 310 111 1M_> 12 1 McNally, Leor.hard Lopei 171, Kardin Mill (2-1) Richer) II) Dalryrr.ple; Mcrehead, Firxmorrri (51) (i) arx) Rodriguez. MR: Johnson Bufcrd rlclc Oliver Cal'ifgrnla 1M ni 1 I I Wishinften 1 t 1 M'jrchy Doyle (I) and Aicuei COK (3D, (a] and Castnovi. HR: Oakland IN I T New York 1H II t Roland M, Grant Seoul (7) and stortremyrt (1-31, AVer 17) and Mumon. Ha- Oak -Mother (id Ken- rrey MilwauVll m IN S I 4 m m m- 341 Brabewfcr Locker (9) and Me- Nertrey; Culp Bretl Phll- IJns Moses. HR: oetpatt .mm m-1 i i Mlnoeuta m 1M Hi- I 14 I Roberhon and Freefian; Tiant (3-9) tnd Mlltemald.. ANDY CAP1 SPfCIAl PRICES IN EFFECT Till APRIL 30th YOUR S "N DEALER intreducM the 1970 of Attre Premium Bo to bring In your coupon for ipxiol draw of o transistor radio to drawn for April 30th. lYER'tLBELOSIN'TrWiV) T CAREFUL, All effort rtolyed during lh SpcArw 5, Orlllla 1 First game bnt of wven 1970 HORSEMANSHIP SCHOOL TO BE HELD AT LETHBRIDGE COWMUNITY COLLEGE FROM APRIl 27th to JULY 4th 25 HOURS OF RIDING AND HORSEMANSHIP INSTRUCTION Eoch doss will involve 55 doss hours'divlded Inlo 10 of hours each. Eaih closi session will Inclvds obout Vi .hour. dealing .with. such, topics, osi CHOOSING A HORSE TACK GROOMING YOUS HORSE BREEDS OF HORSE CARE OF THE HORSE HORSE AILMENTS POSTURE AND DRESS SK1LIS AND GAMES SHOEING Rejiitrotion per Open to all children 4 to 60 Additional Infoimalion and opplltolions art available OFFICi OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETrlMIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 327-2M1 ___ Miis) NAME (Mr.; Mrs., ADDRESS TEIEPHONE NUMBER COURSE NAME SECTION FEE i. AGE FARM SPECIAL! 18.4 x 34 6 ply REAR Tractor Tires EACH ONLY 105 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPUTE TIRE SALES SERVICE tm IK i.. ;