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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI inwMKf MtAlD TtorWcr, April 30, 1V70 Penguins Must Win Or Else Blues Could Settle Issue R.YING HOME-Cileveland Indians' Ray Fesse (8) irvg to scors from second on a single. The Twins won ihe flies tcross home jilale after collision wilh Minnesota game 1-0. Twins' catcher Paul Ratliff. Fesse was nailed at home try- Diane Crump May Ride Saturday Derby May See Girl Jockey LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Diane Crump stood on the threshold today of becoming the first girl to ride in Ihe Kentucky Derby, America's most glamor- ous horse race. Standing between her and rac- ing history were possible injury to her mount, another change of mind by the colt's owner and latter the most likely problem. Eirly today trainer Don Di- vine said in an Hilerriew that W. L. Lyons Brown's Fathom would nia in Saturday's Derby and Miss Crump would ride him. Earlier, Divine said that Fathom, who had finished sev- Knicks Win In Overtime nth of 10 three-year-olds in Derby Trial, would not start in Ihe IWrmie Derby. He said rown had left the decision to ini. Of the change ia plans, Divine said: "The owner wants to run Series "To Kings LOS ANGELES (AP) -New York's Knickerbockers over- came a 55-foot desperation last- second basket by Jerry West in regulation lime and went on to beat Los Angeles Lakers 111-108 In overtime Wednesday night to take a 2-1 game lead in Iheir National Basketball Association championship playoff. Former Laker Dick Bamett proved the big man for New York's Eastern Division cham pions as he scored 11 points in the final cniarter, then slamme games on Cal- zary ice after having trailed Calgary. Before Wednesday right's [smc, ames Led. Dick Bass Retires LOS ANGELES (AP) Dick Bass, i fullback who set Los Angeles Rams rushing records, mnountrd Wednesday he Is re- tiring from professional foot- ball. The 190-pounder from VaBejo, passed Dan Toweler's Ram all-lurre rushing recon and holds the record wilh yards m 10 season. He also caught 20) passes for 1.8H additional yards. Bass saw rushing action only hi one play last season, gaining a single yard as it became ap- parent he wasn't included in the Los Angeles plans. each had won and two others three The Penguins will at least ar rive at the arena a little more refreshed than they were Tues day when the temperature in St Louis hit a high of 92 degrees. ANDY CAPP 9ft faW AWCH Mbn.Pi1 GOT, rfS nd Mir... Mocse Gibbon 17] and len. CM-Smllh (II, Wlliim Allinta mm II si. Lrrfi ...mm i Nlebiuer (SI. Jailer Prld dy (14! Ill ar-.d King; Culver, Gin mta [61, Taylor (o-l> [t) and Tofre HRS: Allen Hen-je Mantreal ..mm I 1 San ill HI Ki-ia if Rted (31, Strohmavt A'cGInn (71 and-Batsman; Dot (2-7) and Bartcn, Cannliiaro (1 HRs: Ol. FerrAra HI III I S ft Angeln m IK- t 1] Jackson (1-31, Lersch Pal.T.! II) and Cs'etn (13) and Su- dnkls. MR: LA-XoKO'O) LEAGUE LEADERS AS Perei, Cii....... n Carry, AM 73 Crpeda, Atl H Pet 3i M 73 70 30 77 15 T> SF....... M 11 71 OlrtI, SF....... 41 1 75 .3? Morey, Pi-.ir..... si 7 n Clen-.eme, Pltft U i is Henderson, SF 7i H IT Sanmiillen, Piftl 37 i U .371 Cardpnal. St.L md McNerlnty; (3-1) and Roseocro, Casenwa HP.s: Rcd.-l5L-el Howard Oakland MC loilon IH 010 in- I II I Dob-sal Llndb'ad Sotl Fingers (0 and D'-tican; Brett [71, Phllllpa LyfcB and sslrieno. HR: Clsvelapd M 101 III 'liniwMla HI Ml 4 Herd (S) and FOSM; K.isl Williams 19) and Ratlltf. California Ill all a I f eir York m Ml HI- I 7 I Messirsmllh Doyle (71, K. Ta- fum (5) ard Egan; Cumberland McOAnlel (3) and Munson. Dilroil 191 11 1 Kinui Clly m BJI 7 i Kilke.-ny Lasn-r and Free- nan; Orago Wright Fill. mcrrls (B) a-d1 Rodrlcuer. KRi: llortcn Baltimore 13] 739 I MO ;M_ i i 4 Palir.tr 13-11 "aid Htndrlcks; Sislc Ruuniovill! (41, Secrrat Wynne Arrlco (8) and Herrmarn. Bal-Htndrltks Powell B'alr 3 Chl-W.ellcn LEASUE LEADERS Alyea, Minn F- Roblnscn, Bal Stroud, D. Johnson, Ba] Pinion, C'ev Apariclo. Chi Cartw, M'nn Moses, Bos A. Johnson, Cal Stanley, Oet Home Huns: AB II ONE WIN AWAY VANCOUVER (CP) Van- couver Canucks fired three goals In the second period and held on Wednesday right to edge Portland Bucfcaroos and lake a 3-1 lead in their best of seven Western Hock- ey League final series. Canadian Likes To Eat Eyeing Weight K Pel. 70 27 .373 14 -372 13 .371 II n .-at 15 .371 70 ,3J1 27 .311 1 IIHS ail ulcer of his own. lacklcd the hunger problem cf Domto Pad- uano, llic classy Canadian vrcl- [cnvcicht he managos, by put- ting him en a nocturnal road- work program. Larivce worried ahoul the sumpluou'i menu featured at Ihe hole] here where I'aduano is (raining. "I'cduano will eat everything they yA in Ircol d Lari- vcc "If I don't watch him he'll balloon lo a light heavy- weight." Tha Canadian welterweight champion who meets Marcel Cenlan Jr. in Madison Square Garden May II, recently re- turned from a holiday in Italy weighing 177 pounds. CHANGES IIOUTINK "I'm gpiiig to change his whole training routine to keep his weight said Lariyte Wednesday after Paduano had polished off a double steak wilh the trimmings and a large chunk o( chocolate cake. "Prom now on Ire's goins (o do his roadwcrk nt night." "He's going to do Ui rucniM one hour after dinner and I'm going to run it (the excess food) him right away. He's got (o come in no higher llian 143 for the fight and it's only weeks away." Paduano was around 153 after his Wednesday workout, Paduino, unbeaten in IS pro fights, started his new training routine Wednesday night. He carried a big nashHsW lo light his wgy in six miles of road- work over a goH course. Ltrivee's ulcers-look another Jolt when Padusno corr-merrled alter the Jaunt: "You know, Ibis makes me hungry nil over again. I'm going to be dreaming food all niibt" FARM SPECIAL! 1M.34-4 PIT KAR TMaOR TIRES APPOINTMENT with to onnounw that JOHN BURIA Hat been ippeinted es our SERVICE MANAGER JWin hat In the lir> bininm In for ovir 10 ynn M It wilt qualified aiiitt yw with any at your tin ELRICH TIRE LTD. (OMPLETl TIRE SAIES i SERVICE ;