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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g TH! IETHIRIBGE HERALD Friday, July 3, 1970 ANDY CAPP AOULIARE'COMEOFF IT, IT'S FOR EVERY CAV> I fcON'T WANT IT EVERVBCW'S ON THE MAKE THESE CAYSJ All-Australian Final Rosewall, Ne wcombe Meet WIMBLEDON, England (AP) A 10-year-old Australian boy just learning to hold a tenni racket, listened to a radio com mentary of Ken Rosewall play ing in the challenge round of th Davis Cup and told his parents "That's who I'd like to be." It was 16 years ago. John Newcombe finds himsel facing Rosewall, 35, in the All England lawn tennis tourna ment final. "To think I was just a smal kid when I idolized New combe said. "He and Lew Hoaeaten heavyweight George foreman and veteran George Chuvalo, 32, of Toronto will iieet in a scheduled ID-round ight in Madison Square Garden Uig. Harry Markson, presi tent of Garden boxing, an- nounced Thursday. the pro at the Hollywood, Fla., Golf and Country Club, and told him how the ball was reacting. He told me I was using too much wrist." And Archer said he discov- ered that he was "doing about four things by watching his video-tape playbacks. "I could see I was sliding my head and my hips and I was the competitors finished under getting these duck hooks on my i par. The highest round of the he said. "So now I can day was recorded by club pro- watch the instant replays and see these kind of things I'm doing wrong them." and work on Despite the early suspicion that the club's huge greens would keep scores high, 36 of fessional Lome Jennex of Stytl- ney, 85. There were few complaints with the course. An overnight rain had softened the greens and the golfers agreed they held well. The first round was played under sunny skies, with temper- atures in the high 80s and tha humidity factor was extreme. Aaron apparently found the humidity or the course a bit tough. The defending champion finished the first day with a six-over-par 78, that left him 13 strokes off the pace. Neikro Loses No-Hitter In Ninth Inning Expos Unbeaten In Last Five By THE ASSOCIATED PRES It took the Montreal Expos a most a year and a half to ra up a five-game winning string not nearly as long as John Bate man waited to rip the firs grand slam of the career. Bateman, the Expos catcher slammed the grand slam in th opening inning off St. Loui right-hander Mike Torrez an finished with seven runs batte in as Montreal whipped the Car dinais 13-10 Thursday night, ex tending their winning streak t five in a row. It was his first grand slam over in organized ball, said th burly 27-year-old veteran of 1 professional campaigns, eight in the majors- "It sure felt It was a hanging slider and I'm sure ha Torrez didn't want t put it there." The Expos exploded for a six run first inning and held off the Birds for the longest victerj streak in their less than two years of existence. Ths second year expansion club won four straight in September of las year. In other National League con tests, the Philadelphia Phillie swept a doubleheader from thi New York Mets, 6-1 and 3-2 am. CirrcintisM Beds nipped Atlanta Braves 2-1 in the only games scheduled'. SETS RBI RECORD Bateman, who has been hit ting at a ,287 clip since June 10 added a two-run double in the second and delivered anctlier run en a grounder. The seven RBI also set a club record. Joe Hague drove in five runs for the Cards with a pair of ho> mere while Carl Morton, 9-5, picked up the victory for Mont- real. Bateman, batting .195 three weeks ago, has upped his aver- age to .232 and doubled six ho- mers and 21 RBI in that span. He now has nine home runs and 31 runs driven in- The 6-fcot-3, 220-pounder was the Expos No. 3 choice in the expansion draft in 1968 where IB was plucked, from the Hcus- ,on Astros. He missed the first month of the seasai when he was m the disabled list with a sore kidney. "I got off'to a slow start due o the the Killeen, Tex., lative said. "And when I came sack I concentrated on catching aUier than on hitting. My hit- ing started to improve when I tarteri to go to right rather han pulling it all the time TOB SAFE Big John was named the Ixpos most valuable player for ie month of June and Manager iene Mauch has declared that John is my No. 1 catcher as ong as he is here." The making of a no-hitter is a nee-in-a-lifetime fling for most itchers. The breaking of one is ecoming second nature to Hor- ee Clarke. Clarke, who had ruined two revicus no-hit bids this season vith ninth inning singles, put us whammy on Joe Niekro Tiureday night, beating out an nfield tap in the ninth for the 7ew York Yankees' lone hit in 5-0 loss to the Detroit Tigers. Niekro, who limited the Yanks to two walks before Clarke's one-out spoiler, joined Kansas City's Jim Roofcer and1 Boston's Sonny Siebert on the New York second baseman's list ninth inning victims. Elsewhere in the AL, Cleve- land Indians outlasted Balti- more Orioles 10-9, Minnesota Twins defeated Kansas City Royals 5-2; Oakland Athletics trimmed the Chicago White Sox 1M; California Angels slugged Milwaukee Brewers 10-7 and Boston Red Sox blanked Wash- ngton Senators 5-0. After Niekro got (lie first out in the ninth ait Detroit, Clarke sent a bouncer into the hole be- tween first and second. Tigers' second has em a n Dick Mc- Auliffe, who had 10 assists in the game, raced to his left, flagged down the ball and threw Minor Ball The first game of the play offs in the Norcrest Minor League for the Northside City Championship was played lasl evening. It was a close game with the Buffaloes trimming the Beav- ers by a 4-3 score. Ron Schwarz gained the vie tory while Jim Koswich 'suffer- ed the loss. The Buffaloes were held down by Koswich until the bottom of the fifth inning when Danny Anderson pinch-hit and got on base to start the rally for the Beavers. Eon Schwarz connect ed for a triple to tie the game 3-3. Michael MacDonell finally poked out a safety to bring home Rodney Kirk for the game winning run. Two games were played in the Lakeside Little League with the Red Sox emerging with a 6-5 win over the Angels and the Tigers blanking the White Sox 10-0. Greg Graham picked up the win for the Red Sox as he threw the third strike past 10 Angel batters. Allan Gepneris took the loss. Barrel Laidlaw connected for a double and Joseph Virtue pok- ed out a single for the winners. Harvey Pocza rapped out a dou- ble and two singles for the An- ;els. Hod Oshaski posted 13 strike outs to gain the victory for the Tigers. Rick MacLean suffered :he loss. In the hitting column Larry Lennox banged out two dou- bles and Bruce Hembroff two singles for the winners while Clayton Magyar stroked two singles for the White Sox. The Tigers wiped out the Jodgers by a 11-3 score in a Senior Little League encounter. Ken Kurtz gained the win while Allan Pendleton took the loss. Wesley Tuttle did most of the damage against the Dodgers smashing two doubles and like number of singles. Bill Harris poked out a double and two sin- gles to help ths win. For the Dodgers Jerry Aresh- enko belted two doubles and Allan Pendleton slammed a double and a single. to Niekro, covering first, but Clarke barely beat it. "I knew when I caught tha ball I wasn't on the Niekro said "I wish they gave me an error on It, but that's the way it goes." Niekra, 9-6, gave himself all the support he needed with a two-run single in the second in- ning. Jim Price and Jim Ncrth- rup homered for the Tigers. City Registers One-Sided Win City of Lethbridge clobbered Dunlop Ford in Businessmen's Fastball League action Thurs- day. Bob Burn picked up the vic- tory over John Rempel. Doug Jackson pounded out a home run, two doubles and a single for the winners. Roger McMullin added a double and a home run. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Baltimore New York Detroit .10 33 Washington Cansas City .623 .573 .548 .500 .452 .447 .453 .59! .571 .351 26 50 .342 23 TODAY'S GAMES Washington Brune 5-5 at New York Bahnsen 6-5 N Cleveland Austin 1-1 and McDowell 1-4 at Boston Gulp 7-7 and Brett 2-2 Some Payoff DETROIT (AP) Tw dollars won an unidsntifiec better Wednes d a or a record payoff at the DC roit race course in nearby jivonia. The big winner picked Creel Madie No. 6 and Far Far 1o. 9 to finish in that order in rie fifth race and exchangee 1iis ticket for Gerowa No. nd Corky of Clinton No. 6 in ie sixth race. The previous high at the ourse was paid out on wo winning tickets last Juni PLEASE NOTE: Commencing Saturday, July 4, and continuing each Saturday thereafter, PARKING IN THE DOWNTOWN one hour meter locations will be FREE for a period of two hours. All other meters will remain in effect. Free Parking-Free Parking-Free Parking This announcement courtesy of your DOWNTOWN BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION Kansas City Drago i-S and Johnson -5 at Milwaukee Pattin 4-7 and Down ng 3-4, N Oakland Dobson 7-B at California Wright 11-5 N Chicago Horlen 5-3 at Minnesota Hall 3-J N Detroit Loltch fr? At Baltimore Watt N HURSDAY'S RESULTS leveland 300 101 13 I lallimore 104 Old 9 II A McDowell, Higgins (1-3) Chance a) and Fosse. Hardin, Lopez Dra- owsky (2-3) Richer! Watt (9) nd Hendricks. .HRs: eon Horton Rob- eun i9j, nonon nut; inson Powell Nc-w York Detroit 000 OM HO-0 000 5 Stottlsmyre (8-7) and Gibbs; Niekra (9-6) and Price. Stoltlemyre HRs: Washington 000 001 Boston .120 loo 5 0 Such (1-4) Hannan (4) Shellenback (5) Brown (8) and Casanova; Peters (S-7) and Moses. HRs: ski (19) B. Conlgliaro 131 113 048-lOxll 220 000 6 10 Oakland Chicago ._ Segui, tachemann (1-0) Locker (7) and Fernandez; Moore Stange Weaver Magmjson (8) and Josephson, Hopkins HRs: Oak Kansas City OW 001 1 Q Minnesola 031 020 540 Fitzmorrls Monteagudo Abernathy (8) and Rodriguez; Hall Williams (8) and Mitterwald. HRs: Minn-Killebrew Cardenas Tovar California 020 001 14 0 Milwaukee 100 100 7 12 0 Murphy K. Tatum (7) and Az- cue; Brabender Sanders Baldwin Gelnar (8) and Roof. HRs: Mil-Harper (2) Roof NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco Houston 37 39 34 42 East W L Pet. ..41 37 .S26 40 34 .524 34 37 .493 .487 .447 .421 .711 .579 .500 .493 .429 .392 21'A TODAY'S GAMES Los Angeles Sulton 10-5 at San Fran- cisco Marichat 3-7 St. Louis Taylor 2-5 at Montreal Weg- ner 0-1 or stoneman 4-9 N New York Sadecki 5-2 at Phiiadel. phia Palmer 1-1 or Lersch 0-0 N Pittsburgh Moose 7-4 at Chicago Hands 9-7 San Diego Dobson 5-8 and Kirby 3-9 at Atlanta Niekro 4-10 and 9-2 'Houston Wilson i-3 and Griffin at Cincinnati Nolan 8-4 and Clonlngir THURSDAY'S RESULT! FIRST lew York 000 010 T 4 I 'hiladelphia 000 OM 4110 Gentry Taylor McGraw (8) and Grote; Bunning and Compton, Edwards ECOND New York 100 001 z 1 000 210 t I Cardwell McGraw Flok- ers Taylor (a) and Dyer; Short 5-8) Selma (8) and Edwards. HR: NY St. Louis Ill 001 505-10 IS 1 Montreal 440 030 14 0 Torrez Linzy McCool Hartenstein Campisi and Sim- mons; Morton Raymond (9) and Bateman., HRs: Ha- ue (2) Lee Mtl-Bateman Atlanta (it m I 1 Cincinnati 101 001 240 Stone (4-4) and DIdier; Merrill (13-6) nd Bench. gPRINOFMLD SPECIAL FIRST LINE 16.9x34-6 ply REAR TRACTOR TIRES Each ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 407 lit Avt South ;