Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
East Clubs Dominate Inter-Divisional Play ...-_. Perez Is Hitting Everything, Everybody THE CANADIAN PRESS Defending National League champion Fete Rose has a ample explanation for Cincin- ntti teamnv-te Tony Fern's cumnt record-setficg homer pace: "Ik's hitting everything said Rose Tuesday night after had piked his 10th home run of the month u the Reds dumped Houston'As- tros Elsewhere in the league Tues- day eight, Pittsburgh slugged Chicago Cubs At- laata Bnvet edged St. law New York Uetx dropped San Frandaco Giants 5-2, Philadelphia PhjlBw eofed Us Aagetes Dodgers 3-2 in 10 taiMPi and Montreal Expos sweat a doubleheader from Sai Diego Padra and 7-3. Pern' two-run shot shattered the ttyear-oid record for hone fa the moett April ea- ubed in MB by Kam WU aami of tie oU St Lout Browns who lagged line. Perez earlier had broke, the Natiooju League mark at eight shared by Lee Walls ud Watly Moon. to his Pern had an RBI aod Qowling Qanter AT Gtendale Bowl, Pkyl nabbed bowler-of-oV-veek honors among the gals by turning in a perform- ance in Higa's, rolling 247, JH and a solid Mt for a> US triple.. BIT. was the men's bowier-otme-week, hitting for 233, 278 and 207 in Lyie's, a 7U triple which was 244 pini over his 158 average, .his 'performance also gave him the Ericksen award for the week. .Isabel Bergman and Norm ToUey combined for a for three games to topple Jean Passey and Ken Malcomson in the.mixed doubles challenged by 38 pins. .In Lyle's rolloffs, tbr. team of Doug Young, Kay Woodman, John and Edna ,'xrwen and Jim Petrunia won out witt Bill Anderson's 278, Alex Kogler's 773 and Gwen Edwards' 275 high individual scores in the rolloffs. .In Commercial lien's, Lethbridge Battery took the A division crown and House Of Lethbridge the B division. .The week's leaders in YBC action were Kalie Pedrini 213 and 407 and Eddie Weistra 241 and a 425 double in the bantam section while in the junior-senior division U was Brruda Pcdersen 274 and 538, Rou AUsop 289 and 456 and Dave Barton 270 and 431. Showing the way among the men in league play for the week.were Bob Omatani'301, Dave Burrows 315, Bill RUey 342, Byron Uirsche 322, Bev Swaren 308 and Pete Gaetz 311. Besides Pnyl Harrison's big 348 and 829, the women were led by Ursa Baugh 330, Bea Salmon 295, Gail Sarka 33, Jean Armstrong NO, Beulah Fabbi Irene Lynde 2M, Elaine Sin- clair with a 286 and 812 triple, Marg Besseling 303 and Kay Baibgate 296. ACTION Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Ont. bend as a putt just during play in North and South Golf Tourney. former Canadian Amateur Champ won his first match over op- ponent W. B. Greene, Jr. of Eliiabethton, Tenn. Marv Kirchner Elected boosted his J batting KB Is. Gary Nolan rode Pern' heavy httBg to hU fourth straight vie- tory with Don GuUett providing wtfa inning relief after a pind homer by Astros' John May beny. EXPOS BUNCH RUNS Montreal bunched all its runt in the eighth of tht opener. Ron Fairir hammered a two-run homer'and Bobby Wine's single drove two more across for the Expos. Steve Hunti homered for the la Padres. Fairly homered afaB fe nightcap and Stere pitched a six-hitter as the Expoi completed the sweep and ex- teafed Sen Diego's knag to atx games. The Expos von three svsigbt. Claude Raymond pitched (to last two innings of the opener for the Expos to save tbe vic- tory for reliever Howie 1- 1, who pitched only one Bring. In the second game, tic Expoa reeled otf three double slays .to help Renko gain his Brst victory in three decisions. .The Pirates ended Chicago's il-game wiamg streak with two hone run by Manny Sen- guilkn and combined three hit pitching by Lute Walker, Bruce Dal Canton and Dave Giusb'. Canton rescued Walker from a fifth inning jam, then left the game with a pulled muscle and Giusti finished up. The American League's East- ern Division teams rose up and smote the'West Tuesday, win- ning all six inter-divisional games scheduled. Cleveland Indians started It with a 3-1 triumph over Minne- sota Twins in the only day game. At night, Detroit Tigers Marvin Kirchner was recent- ly elected as the president' at the Lethbridge Tennis Club for the 1970 season. 'Others elected to the execu- tive for the coming season were Herb Curran as the vice-presi- dmt, Milch Forster as the sec- retary treasurer, Gem No- ble, who mil be the social and membership director. Also on the executive are Sosn Bal- foor and Wayne Bowes, both acting as councillors. Fees were set at the meet- Ing with senior dues (anyone 19 and over) intermediates (anyone 15-18) and jun- iors (anyone 14 or under) J3.00. The club will also give free lessons to club members. These lessons will consist of a series of six lessons over a three- week period and will be held each Monday and Wednesday. The first lesson will be held Wednesday, May 6, with the ju- niors having the court from to and the seniors and intermediates having their ies- SOTB from to GRADUATE IN STYLE FOR THAT EVENT of a LIFETIME well In the latest and fabric! In STUDENT SUITS Maim or Fancy In and Moke Your Selection ifor the In the Glendale-Capri roUoffs, leading to the Canadian sin- gles championships in Vancouver the end of May, Capri won out in the eight-game roUoffs by pins. .Qualifying to. repre- sent Lethbridge for the men were John Rempel with for the eight, followed by Gary Tunbridge, Randy Wdstoocrofl, Stan McDonald and Tocy Bogusky as the alternate. .Marg Smitt paced the women with four pins better than Dianne Violini followed by Bea Salmon, Jean Christie and Elaine Brown as the alternate. .Top scores were Tony Bogusky 301 and 335, Jean Passey 301, Norm ToUey 300 aod 341, Randy Wolstoncroft 320 and 336, Liaia Malcomson 320, Bea Salmon 311, Bert Mezei 312, Elaine Brown 318, Stan McDonald 340 and Barb Wolstoncroft 343. AT Capri Bowl, Bill Cook reached a personal high to Uke bowler-oHhe-week honors among the men. ie came up with 306, 310 and 323 for a rousing 939 triple in Gordie's. Joan Biflttt took the honors among the women with 301, 296 and 213 for an 810 triple in Juniors. .Gary Tonbridge received the Bob Petrunia trophy, which goes to the male bowler with the highest league average in the city, by finishing with a 261 mark in Gordie's .Marg Smith bad the high avera.ee for the women with 246. .Gary Tunbridge and Bert Mezei scored a pair of wins in me men's doubles challenge, stopping Jock Mulgrew and Tak Katakarri by 133 pins and Stan McDonald and At Smith by 72 pins' with Mezei's 331 and McDonald's 343 the high singles. .In the women's doubles semi-final challenge, Linda Malcomson and Lynne Lengyel topped Jean Passey and Bea Salmon by 47 pins with Gwen Edwards and Berg- man facing May Hiebert and Isabel Orsteu in the next semi- inal. .A reminder.that there still are some, openings in the Spring Leagues which start Monday with in prizes. In the women's all-star rolloffs, the Speedys' team of Jean Christie, Anne Todd, Flo RoUingmn, Gwen Edwards and Joan Moore won out with Bea Salmon's hot 365 the best Individual score. .Play in St. Mike's wound up with Frank Waugh's 223 average leading the men and Beryl Smith's 193 tops among he gals...other leaders were Tony Frank 335 single, Marg Roth 313 single, Percy Smith 858 triple and Dorothy Hunter 712. In Gordie's, Gary Tunbridge had high average of 261, Jack JOKS high single 413 and Bert Mezei high triple 984. Pocu swept the boards in Wednesday Morning with a 222 average, 341 single and 782 triple while in Martinuing Marg Smith led .with a 246 average and 945 triple -with Isabelle Bergman's 398 single high, .in Green's Shoes, leading the men were Bill Hleucka 250 average, Ranaay Vickers 374 single and Km Malcomson 999 triple, while Elaine Brown paced the gals with a 240 average, Dianne Sindlinger' 363 single and Marion Guzik 838 triple. .In Eagles the leaders were George Matchett 214 average, Oscar Ludwig 333 single and George Zarycki 785 triple. .Kathy Ludwig and Joyce Manden tied for ttt women's high average at 186 with Kathy sporting high triple of 804 and Fran Beresnak high single of 321. Passey rolled a 425 practice game with1 corner spare in the first frame, 10 straight strikes and a five with her final ball. .Big guns of the week were Bob Thomson 358 and 810, Bill Cook 323 and 939, Emite Collin 328, Chester Jokuty 35S, Jim McGinty 344, Abe Enns 316 and 871, Henry Becbtbold 303 and 821, Bea Salmon 355 and 813, Lynne Lengyel 338 and 820, Joan Milton 325 and Pat Plomp 315. look an 8-6 victory over Kansas City Royals, Baltimore Orioles were 4-2 winners over Chicago White Sox, Washington Senators beat Milwaukee Brewers 9-6, LACROSSE ACTION gome of long absent from the iport scene, is making its return, Will have a in Alberta Lacrosse League this summer and Monday evening workouts got under w a y in preparation for the coming yeor. Seen in action here is goalie Don Hall making a save on Art Bareham. Hall played goal for the Lethbridge Sugar Kings hockey dub. The locals open the on road playing In Calgary May 23. Final Phase Of Training For Paduano MONTICELLO, N.Y. (CP) A confident Donato Paduano started bis final training phase Anything owl yovTi find or I. V' PlMnii New York Yankees won 7-5 over California Angels and Boston Red Sox edged Oakland Athlet- ics 2-1. With the six victories Tuesday the Eastern Division took edge over Western oppo- nents tliis season. Tony Horton, %vho said "I was just looking for the first ball that looked good to slammed a two-run ninth-inning double and. gave the Indians their victory over UK Twins. The slugging first baseman got his chance when after one out, Twins third baseman Har- mon Killebrew dropped a foul pop hit by Ted XMaender. Uhl- aender then slapped a single to centre. One out later Vada Pin- son singled, setting up Horton's game-winner. Al Kaline's first bomer of the season keyed a four-run third ianing in the Tigers easy triumph, pinning the Royals with their sixth straight defeat. Detroit pitcher Joe N'iekro, 3- 0, lost his shutout on homers by Kansas City's Lou Pimella and Paul Schaal in the sixth lining. Boog Powell knocked in all four runs in the Orioles victory, Powell, who belted Write Sox pitchers for eight homers and a ASS batting average last year, quickly got started this season, slamming a three-run homer In the opening inning and adding a run-scoring single in the fifth. Co-holder of last year's Cy Young Award, Mike CueUar, tax-fitted from Powell's belt- ing, gaining his third victory white scattering eight hits, itf eluding a bomer by the Sox' Bill Melton. Tuesday .for his May .11 bout with Marcel Ccrdao Jr. France and breezily invited his opponent to come and watch. The Canadian welterweight boxing chaiBpMD from Montreal bruBied aside a made earlier by Cerdao over the fact that-Madison Square Garden of New York Gty, promoter of the fight, msJsts that the two 'fight- ers use the (reining camp. "I'm not going to fight my different on the night of. On fight than I do now, so what's the Paduano said. "He's tailed to come and the whole workout every day, U he wants." V' Drive in here This Year Fly Suzuki Oil Kings Force Deciding Game CALGARY (CP) Rookie' centre Randy Wyrozub scored two goals Tuesday night giv- ing Edmonton Oil Kings i 3-2 victory over Calgary Centen- nials and a tic in Ihcir western division playolf final in the Western Canada Hockey Lea- gue, Each has won three games and two others were tied. The final game in UK best- of-fine series is hen; tonight Edmonton opened scoring be- fore fans at on Wyro- lub's' first goal but. Calgary replied 46 seconds later on i goal by Rusty rateosuoe. Calgary moved ahead 2-1 In the second period on Howie Heg- gedal'i goal at Erlmoriton captain Billy Moor- es scared the tying goal unas- sisted at of the third per- iod and Wyrozub put the Oil Kings ahead four .minutes iater. 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