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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuridoy, Auouit 27, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGt HERALD 7 LeftHander Had Plenty Of Champagne On Hand Reds' Merritt Reaches 20-Win Plateau By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jim Merritt must have known something. Why else would the slick Cincinnati Beds Southpaw stash away nearly a case of champagne in Ms locker before the game "You don't win 20 games every said the 20-year-old liurler after he became the first left-hander in 45 years to win 20 for the Reds. Merritt didn't last all the way, going 6 2-3 innings before Wayne Granger came on to save the memorable victory as the Reds edged Philadelphia Phillies 5-6 Wednesday night. Merrill, who has lost 10 deci- sions, became the National League's first 20-game winner this season although he gave up 15 hits before Granger bailed him out. Dave McNally of Balti- more Orioles has 20 victories in the American League. The last Cincinnati lefty to win 20 was Eppa Rixey, who was 21-11 in 1925. In other ML action, Atlanta Braves dropped New York Mcts 9-7, San Diego Padres edged Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1, Los An- geles Dodgers beat Chicago Cubs 8-5, Houston Astros topped Montreal Expos 54 and San Another Bomb Scare Orioles Breezing Right Along By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Don Buford cuffed Jim Hunter for a two-run homer Wednesday night, propelling the Baltimore Orioles to a 5-1 over the fading Oakland Athletics. Elsewhere, a bomb scare in Cleveland failed to rattle Steve Hargan, who pitched the Indi- ans to a 7-2 victory over Mil- waukee Brewers; Minnesota Twins blanked Boston Red Sox 7-0 on rookie Bert Blyleven's 'four-hitter; the New York Yan- kees topped Kansas City Royals 3-0 behind Stan Bahnsen; Cali- fornia Angels beat Detroit Ti- gers 6-3 and the Chicago White Sox downed Washington Sena- tors 3-1. Buford's 14th homer of the season, a third-inning shot over the right centre field fence, gave Jim Palmer all the impe- tus he needed to gain his 18th victory. Buford also singled off reliever Bob Locker in the sev- enth and boosted his season bat- ting average to .275. who has lost seven, scattered six hits, including a homer by Felipe Alou in the fourth, as tha Orioles breezed to Bank Wins Championship The Bank of Nova Scotia came up with an impressive 12-2 victory over the City last evening to pick up the best of five final playoff games in the Businessmen's Fastball League three games to one. Lynn Hosaine gained the mound verdict while Bill Bin- ning suffered the loss. Bill Galloway had a good night up at the- plate with a triple and two doubles while Paul Forrayi also shone smash- ing two triples. For the City Bob Bryne strok- ed a double and a single and Wayne Gregory poked out two singles. The league all-stars will now face the Bank in an exhibition tilt Sunday at 2 p.m. This game tre; will be staged at the Dave El- ton Fastball Park. their ninth win in 10 games. gave Hargan his sixth straight Hunter, 15-12, has lost four In victory since being recalled while the A's have from the minors early last dropped five straight and nine month. of their last 10 starts. lueir labi lu amito. leiepiwiie icpuit uiai a Home runs by Ted Uhlaender bomb would explode in Cleve- and rookie Roy Foster broke up a close game at Cleveland and ANDY CAPP A telephone report that. a land Stadium at 8 p.m., EOT, failed to halt the game and the deadline passed without inci- dent. Police, however, made a search of the stands before the 2'S LUCKY TO 'AVE IT RIGHT OUT fHERE WHERE 'E CAN.' HEH.' HEH start of the game. sending m Faares.lo -nelr 5eL, A similar bomb threat forced om] victory over the evacuation o f Metropolitan pirates. Despite the loss Pitts- Royals Host Edmonton Lethbridge Royals will f a c e their stiffest test thus far in the 1970 soccer season Satur- day afternoon at the Civic Cen- Unbeaten in the Southern Al- berta Soccer League and in a position to win the Calgary- Lethbridge Inter-City League crown the Royals meet Ed- monton Italia for the Alberta soccer championship and the Challenge Cup. The game is set for the Civic Centre pitch at three o'clock. ALTA. SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP 1970 CHALLENGE CUP FOR THE SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP OF ALBERTA, 1970 LETHBRIDGE ROYALS vs EDMONTON ITALIA CIVIC CENTRE-SATURDAY, AUGUST 29th GATE TIME P.M. Admission 500 SEE OUR IETHBRIDGE CHAMPIONSHIP ROYALS PlAY THE BEST FROM EDMONTON Francisco Giants edged St. Louis Cardinals V7. WAS AHEAD BY 4 Merritt had a C-2 edge before the Phils unloaded for three runs in the seventh, knocking him out. Tony Perez slammed his 39th homer of the year and Bernie Carbo had a three-run shot for the Reds, his 21sl. Don Money cracked a two-run homer for the Phils. Hank Aaron slammed his 35th homer of the year, triggering a three-run Atlanta ninth inning that overcame a 7-6 Mets lead. Aaron's too-run shot and No. 589 of his career capped an uphill battle by the Braves, who at one time trailed 7-1. Orlando Cepeda, Clete Boyer and Bob Tilhnan added homers for Atlanta while Art Shamsky and Wayne Garrett had two-run blasts for New Rork. SPIEZIO HOMERS Ed Spiezio drilled a two-run 10th round-tripper of (he the seventh inning, the Padres''to their sec- Stadium in Minnesota during Tuesday night's game between the Twins and Boston. Blyleven hurled the Twins out of a three-game tailspin by tam- ing the Red Sox for his first major league shutout. Cesar Tovar drove in three runs with a single and double off Ray Gulp, a longtime Minnesota ne- mesis, as the Twins protected 3Vi-game West Division lead over second-place Calilor- lia. Bahnsen stopped Kansas City on five hits and the Yankees jumped on Wally Bunker for three first inning runs to hand right-hander his California's Clyde Wright picked up his 18th victory with relief help from Ken Taturn as the Angels beat Denny McLain on homers by Roger Hepoz and Ken McMullen. Syd O'Brien and Carlos May hit home runs for the White Sox and winning pitcher Jerry Jane- ski shut out the Senators until Aurelio Rodriguez homered in the seventh. the winless eighth loss. irates. Despite burgh remains three games in front of the Mets in the East. Pat Dobson, 10-13, allowed 12 hits but the Pirates scored only in the sixth on John Jeter's sin- gle, stolen base and Roberto Clemente's run-scoring single. Jim Lefebvre clouted a three- run homer and Claude Osteen captured his 14th victory with relief help from Jim Brewer as the. Dodgers stopped the Cubs, who trail the Pirates by 4% games. John Callison had a two-run homer for Chicago. Denis Menke drilled a three- run homer in the ninth inning of the Astros'" triumph. Cesar Ced- eno added a homer in the ninth for Houston. Jim Gosger had put Montreal ahead 3-1 in the eighth with a three-run shot. Jim Ray Hart greeted re- liever Frank Linzy with a nra- scoring single that gave the Giants their victory over the Cards. Lou Brock, who stole three bases, slugged a homer for the Cards while Willie Mays held a two-run shot and Willie McCovey ripped his 33rd of the year. City Sponsors Hockey Schools The Leftbridge Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a hockey instructional school for boys in the pee wee age bracket, 10-11 years, from Sept. 14 to Sept. 19 and for bantams, ages 12-14, Sept. 21- 26, at Adams Ice Centre. Registration fee for the schools has been set at which includes nine hours of ice time. Registration Will be taken at Adams Ice Centre begin- ning Monday, Aug. 31 to Fri- day, Sept. 4 between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. and 8 p.m On Saturday morning registra- tions will be accepted from 9 a.m. to noon. Instructors for the school will be Stan Maxwell, Hector Negrello, Les Colwill and Howie Yanosik. Each boy is asked to supply his own skates, stick and pro- tective equipment. It has also been announced that registra- tions will be taken on a first- come, first serve basis as only a limited number can be ac- SIGN THOMPSON DALLAS (AP) Dallas Cow- boys announced they acquired safety Bobby Thompson from New .Orleans Saints Wednesday. Thompson was a strongside safety for tie Saints last season, starting the first seven National Football League games before an achiiles tendon injury side- lined him. UP FOR GRABS SUNDAY Drivers from various parls of Alberta will be on hand at Exhibition Track Sunday for the Alberto Modified Racing Association Champion- ships. Shown above is the silverware the drivers will be competing for. Time trials go at Sunday with racing at _____ Spread Out Over A Feiv Years Expos Get Tax Break OTTAWA (CP) The reve- nue department ruled Wednes- day that part of the costs of the Montreal Expos baseball club in acquiring players last year for the new team will be permitted to be spread over a number of years for tax purposes. Normally, the costs involved in buying player contracts, or the revenues from the sale of contracts, is counted1 as a straight business expense or in- come for each year. When the Expos were organ- ized last year, the new club in- vested heavily in contracts but could not spread the expense over income this year or in sub- sequent years. Revenue Minister Jean-Pierre Cote isued a statement saying the cost "ascertainable as being properly applicable to players' contracts, as distinct from the franchise and related would be allowed to be written off against current income "over the estimated useful play- ing He of the players." Mr. Cote noted in his state- ment that the revenue depart- ment's ruling will ipply as gen- eral policy in dealing with pro- fesional sports clubs. Secrecy provisions of the Income Tax Act prevent the- government from discussing the specific cir- cumstances of any individual taxpayer, whether a person, a corporation, in this case baseball club. ACQUIRED WHOLE TEAM The department has always regarded the outlay for players contracts, and the income from their sale, as a normal business expense and income for a pro- fesional club because "pail: of the operations of a club is to ac- quire, develop and trade players to the end of producing the best team possible, and so to earn more The Expos, however, acquired a whole team by contract pur- chase last year, and normally wnuld not be able to charge any of that expense against this year's income. The statement said that since there is no specific provision covering this in the Income Tax Act, the government has to de- termine what is good accounting and business practice in such circumstances. Mr. Cote's statement said: "Recognizing that the individ- ual players making up the ac- quisition have a limited playing life, it is our view that the cost ascertainable as being properly applicable to players' contracts, as distinct from the franchiss and related rights, should be al- lowed to be written off over the estimated useful playing hie of the players. BALD? NOW YOU CAN BE WELL-GROOMED AT ALL TIMES! LOOK AND FEEL 1 YEARS YOUNGER IN SECONDS WITH A TOPPR HO NET HO BLUE NO FUSS NO KJW piling (Itxiblt, contained bisi mikii Hi Toppr -the world's only practical hairpiece. ITS so light cool and clean you're not even iwari of it, yet it's so secure that it will stay on thro'ugll work or play until you want to lake it off. Toppr's loft ettui! tiaifllrie, ind skilled blending of SEND f Sit colors lo match your own, result in a handsome natural FREE looking hairpiece thlt's totality undeleclable. 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