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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Augu.t M, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID 11 Reserve Catcher Delivers UNDER THE TAG Terry Blair four-old-son of Baltimore Orioles' their fathers in recent game. The catcher is coach Billy Hunter, while Blot home as the Oriole sons defeated looking on is Curt Molten, manager of th. k.ds.-------------------------------_ Cincinnati Beaten For Third Straight Time Koossnan Sharp As Mets Narrow Gap By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jerry Koosman, New York Mets lefthander, was in the driver's seat for a change Fri- day night as the Mets handed Cincinnati Reds a 4-1 National League loss, the third straight game the powerful Reds have dropped. Koosman, a 17-game winner last year, completed his first start since June 25th, limiting the Reds to seven hits. He has been plagued by a sore arm this season and shows an 8-6 record. "That was the Koosman of said Mets Manager Gil Hodges after Koosman struck out four Reds and issued only one walk. Last year, he won two World Series games for the world champion Mets. The run he gave up was un- earned when Bud Harrelson booted a fourth-inning grounder, his second error of the game. That ended a record-tying 54 games of errorless ball by Har- nlson. Dave Marshall keyed' two Mets' rallies with a single and a double. The loss cut the Reds West di- vision lead to a still-fat 10 games over Los Angeles Dodg- ers. Claude Osteen of the Dodgers won his fourth straight over Pittsburgh Pirates a t home, stopping the Pirates 2-1 on a sev- en-hitter, sending the Mets to within 1% games of the East Dvision-leading Pirates. In other National League games, San Francisco Giants Toronto Mayor Mad OTTAWA (CP) An ar- rangement allowing baseball's Montreal Expos to write oil part of their investment in player contracts as a business expense for tax pin-poses was revealed Friday by a revenue department spokesman. The plan was criticized by To- ronto Mayor William Dennison who described it as "the last straw." "This is so onesided, so un- fair. The federal government has gone much too far. "They're just throwing away the money and as usual, To- lonto isn't getting any part of it." The revenue department spokesman said that "we ha- ven't had too much experience with professional athletic clubs, and there is no mention in the Income Tax Act of the cost of acquiring athletes." "We will have to consider what is good business and ac- What IS gOOU UUMlieaa tinu o-i.- counttng practice and apply those principles. trimmed Chicago Cubs 5-1, Montreal Expos tripped Atlanta Braves 6-4, St. Louis Cardinals trounced San Diego Padres 14-8 and Philadelphia Phillies and Houston Astros split a double- header, the Phillies winning the opener 9-3 and tha Astros Uie nightcap 9-1. Bill Sudakis homered and cracked a run-scoring single in the sixth to pin Bob Veale with his 14th loss. The Pirate left- hander has won eight. Osteen, 13-11, had a run of 46 scoreless innings against Pitts- burgh at Dodger Stadium before the Pirates got a fifth-inning run on successive two-out sin- gles by Matty Alou, Dave Cash and Roberto Clemente. The Cubs missed a chance to pick up ground on the Pirates but still remain only four games back in third place as they fell to Giants' right-hander Frank Reberger's six-hitter. San Francisco pounded out 10 hits and all five runs in 5 2-3 in- nings off Chicago starter Bil Hands, 14-11. Willie McCovey drove in one run and scored an other for the Giants. The Expos rolled to thei; fourth straight triumph behini the home-run hitting of Bob Bai ley, Rusty Staub and John Bate man. Carl Morton, who needet eighth-inning relief help, picke up 'his 15th victory. Clete Boye and Bob TiUman homered to the Braves while Hank Aaro had a pair of RBI, sending th right-fielder into eighth place o the all-time list with The Cardinals exploded for 1 hits, getting three apiece fror whining pitcher Nelson Brile and Lou Brock and a homer an sinele by Joe Torre in beltin Don Wilson tossed a three-hi ter for the Astros in the nigh cap with Jim Wynn connectin for a homer while Jim Bunnin took the opener for the Phil, scattering 10 hits as Don Mone slugged a three-run homer. WAIVER OF FINANCE ON NEW AND USED TRUCKS (WITH APPROVED CREDIT) NEW UNITS Price and Equipment No Restrictions USED UNITS and up INTERNATIONAL MODEL 1600 TRUCK Box, hoist, stock 5 speed transmission, 2 speed axle, 900x20 tires. INTERNATIONAL 1200 D TON Radio, power steering, power brakes, cus- tom inlerior, 750x16 tires, bucket seats, V8 engine, 4 speed trans. INTERNATIONAL 1000 D PICKUP VS engine, radio, deluxe interior, bonus load body, long wheelbase. INTERNATIONAL 1200 D TON 4 speed power brakes, radio, junior west coast mirrors, bucket seats. INTERNATIONAL 1100 D PICKUP Bonus load body, VS engine, 4 speed trans- mission, radio. 2 ONLY INTERNATIONAL SALES AND SERVICE TONS V8 engines. FREE TAPE DECK INSTALLED ON ALL 'NEW' UNITS! 1969 INTERNATIONAL MODEL 1600 TRUCK 2 speed rear axle, 4 speed transmission, V8 engine, 825x20 tires, 169" wheelbase. 1968 INTERNATIONAL MODEL 1600 TRUCK 5 speed transmission, 2 speed rear axle, VS engine, 900x20 tires, 187" wheelbase. "WAIVER" On New boxes and Hoists Installed On All Units INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive Lethbridge, Alberta Phone: Henry at 328-3265, Doug at 758-6555 or Ken at 327-3125 legally Wins 19ih THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tom Tischinski, Minnesota vins' light-hitting reserve atchcr, smacked his first ajor league home run Friday ght to give the West-division- ading Twins a 4-3 victory over ashington Senators, last-place ub in the American League's ast division. Tischinski, a .171 hitter, was ressecl into a starting role hen George Mittenvald, the e g u 1 a r Twins catcher was neettng a military reserve >mmitment. He went out the first two mes at bat. then hammered ic tie-breaking homer off asey Cox in the seventh in- mg. "I was looking for a spot to lit him for a re- ailed Twins manager Bill Rig- ey. Instead, he presented Tis- linski with a fishing rod for s efforts. In other American League ae- on, Baltimore Orioles blanked alifornia Angels 5-0 as Dave fcNally became the majors' rst 19-game winner1; Cleveland ndians trimmed Oakland Ath- rfics 6-3 for Sam McDowell's ith win and Detroit Tigers xipped Milwaukee Brewers 6-4 ;c DOWNS sox Reggie Smith's 19th homer ruined Wally Bunker's bid for us first pitching victory of the eason but the luckless Kansas Sty righthander threw thi'ce-hit ball for 11 innings as the Royals nipped Boston Red Sox 2-1. Bob Oliver's bases-loaded single in he 12th was the difference. Bunker shackled the Red Sox on two scattered hits afte: Smith's fourth-inning blast. H; pas in the clubhouse when Oli 'er struck to score Amos Otis. Ron Klimkowski, a rookie re- lief specialist, got three outs on two pitches to Ken Berry, nip- ling a Chicago rally and help ng the New York down the White Sox 4-2. Yanks' rookie Steve Klin took a 4-1 lead into the sixth in ning at Chicago but was yanke after Bill M e 11 o n 's leadot mmer and singles by E Herrmann and Syd O'Brien WASTES NO EFFORT Klimkowski came out of th bullpen and, on his first pitcl Berry missed a bunt attemp Catcher Jake Gibbs picked o Herrmann at second base. 0 the next pitch, Berry bounce into an inning-ending doub' play. Singles by Berry and Duan Josephson in the ninth sei Klimkowski off the mound. Bi right fielder Jim Lyttle thre out Berry at the plate on ar other hit by Gail Hopkins, en Wing Lindy McDaniel to sa for on oddity from sports Did you ever realize that some race horses make more money in one yeor I than the President of the I United States or almost any other person in the country! Some leading race ..lake over year! country! ,e horses I in one Did you know that first American ostronaut ever to I fly in outer spoce-Alan Shsp- I ard-once played vonity col- lege football? played for Navy in 1942, ond M4. Here's on oddity from boss- ball The man who in- I vented ths curve ball-Candy I I Cummings-turned to, I a below-averaoe pitcher him- Iself, losing more games than I won in his big league I career yet he was the man who gave the game a pitch, thot is one of the hardest to I hit While other pitchers I (became greot because of the curve ball that Cummings f vented, Cummings himst I was not successful with own inventionl the i in-I iself I I bet you didn't know (hot I Uniroyal Tiger Pawt high I (performance tirej designed to t o m the hot onel I They're belted too for more icreased I hazard protection and diitinc- mileage and increased I I lively ilyltd iheice of "Tiger Tail" sidiwall er I i doubli white Only' I Uniroyal mokej Tlser t a w i ond The Rain Tire and Kirk'l it place to get 'tml See KIRK'S let The Best For Every Wheel! KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. "The Experts" Your UNIROYAl Dealer I 3 tOC'ATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd I Ave. S. PHONE 327-5985 KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. 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