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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Soturday, July 4, 1970 ...j SOLE-Ths foot belongs to Pittsburgh Pirates' Robert'cTaemente as he scores against Chicago Cubs Friday night. Umpire Tom Gorman and catcher Jack Hiatt look on as bright sun casts strange shadow through the cloud of dust at home plate. Home Runs HigUiglit National League Play Athletics By HERSC1IEL NISSENSON I ball like Jim Brewer's or Mike Associated Press Sports Writer cellar's." Clyde Wright set the Oakland Athletics up Friday night and then he set them down. When the 27-year-old Califor- nia Angels left-hander was through toying with the hard- hitting A's line-up, he walked off with a 4-0 victory and the season's first no-hitter in the American League. "Rudy May and Andy Mes- sersmith throw the ball past said Joe Azcue, who caught the no-hitter. "Clyde just sets people up." "Wright walked three and struck out only getting Reggie Jackson on a called third strike in the fourth inning. "I'd be kidding said the 6-foot-l, 185-pound bachelor, "if I said I had the stuff of, say, a Messersmith. My best pitch is my change-up and there are some funny stories about that. "Players from other teams used to say to me, 'That's the worst looking screwball I've ever seen.' But you know what? They were tatting about my change-up. I don't really throw a mean not a screw- Elsewhere in the league, Min- nesota Twins trounced the Chi- cago White Sox 8-2, Baltimore Orioles blanked Detroit Tigers 4-0, Washington Senators edged the New York Yankees 4-3, Bos- ton Red Sox swept a double header from Cleveland 2-1 and 5-4 and Kansas City did likewise The Cardinals rallied for four runs in the ninth inning and downed the Pirates 5-1 to stay in first place in the Big League. In amthcr game the Expos- thumped the Giants 17-0. Gerry Veres struck out 13 and ailowed two nils for tiie Cardinals. The loss went to Jim Mantle. Jerry Nugent and Bob Brod- er each had a safety for the winners. Bon Woodman allowed just one hit as he picked up the win for the Expos. Doug Bobin- ik suffered the setback. STUDENT SUMMER EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM Enrolment of applicants in the Militia for the Stu- dent Summer Employment Programme will commence at a.m., Monday, July 6th at: MEWATA ARMOURY, CALGARY, KENYON FIELD, LETHBRIDGE, and PATTERSON ARMOURY, MEDICINE HAT. Enrolment will continue until July 10th In these locations. Candidates are required to bring birth cer- tificate or reasonable proof ef age. REMEMBER, PAY STARTS ON THE REPORTING DATE! Andreachuk Second Don Graham Advances A slow start, strong finish :ould very well pertain to Med- dnc Hat's Don Graham. Graham, playing in the outhern Alberta junior golf hampionships Friday, fired an 3 in his first round at Hender- on Lake and found himself our strokes off the pace set by Randy Andreachuk of Leth- iridge. The scene switched to he Country Club and Graham 'ame in with a 77 and now will advance to the Alberta final in Sdmonton. It was a narrow victory foi Graham as he managed only a me stroke win over Richard Andreachuk, also of Leth- iridge. Graham finished with a 60 as compared to 161 for An- Ireachuk. Randy Andreachuk >lossomed to a 46 on the first line at the Country Club and inished well off the pace. It was Richard, a cousin to landy, who was shunned by ,ady Luck. He finished the first round at he Country Club to 40 blows but was having his problems his putter. He three-putted he last three holes and things didn't improve on the 10th hole. The runner up look a six on he 10th and settled down for he remainder of the round but wasn't quite enough to catch Graham. Graham won the Jake Wai- ;on trophy for his efforts while Andreachuk took home the Jim Skinner silverware. Third place in the champion- ship flight went to Simon Rud- dell of Lethbridge with a 82-81 for 163. A total.of 42 golfers took part in the one day event. RESULTS Championship Flight 1. Con am. Medicine Hat, 160; 2. Ricl Andrenchuk, Lolhrjrldcn 3. Simon Ruddell, Lethbddue First Flight 1. Doug Howes, !.elh- bridge 171; Brent McLean, Lethbridge 171; 3. Ludwlk Pohulie, Lothbrldoe 175; Bruce Hunter, Medicine Hal 175. Second' Flight 1. Ross Alsop, Leth- bridge 170; 2. Brian Grant, Lelhbrldqc 172; 3. Robert Mann, Medicine Hat 1. Gary Graham, 2. Ken Gnani, Med- 3. Allen Ferguson, Third Flight Medicine Hot IBS iclnc Hal Fourlli Fliflht 1. Curtis Nelson, Foremost 216; 2. Jim Malkln, M1IK River Larry Hoaan, Foremost 228; Bruco Wllklns, Lethbridge 226. Filth Flight 1. David Hogan, Foremost 247; Glen sparks, Tabor 240. o Milwaukee 5-3 in 10 Braves Mike Lum hit five in Ms twin and for three in one a two-team total of Wright has bounced back rom a dismal 1-8 campaign in 969 and has a 12-5 record, the Braves roUeo" to an 8-1, 9-4 doublelieader sweep over San Diego Clemanle and Gene Alley divided four of six Pittsburgh Pirate homers as the vith Baltimore's D'ave MeNally, )akland's Jim Hunter and Minnesota's Jini Perry for the drove in five runs with his second, third and fourlh homers of the season plus a outslugged the Chicago Cubs 16-14 and Willie Davis provided the big punch as Strike wins in the Dcdgers downed YORK (AP) Nationa Twenty-six home runs teammates socked Giants 8-6 in League players have eted1 out of National Baseball jeague parks Friday with homers, Eico Carty connecting in each game, and games. In evening action, homers overwhelmingly" to authorize what amounts to a strike ii tr Brock and Richie Aller. powered St. Louis Cardinals past Montreal Expos 9-7; Houston Astros drubbed Cincinnati Rsds 104 in the nightcap of owners don't offer a satisfactory contract package, a spokesman for the NFL Players Association said Friday night. The spokesman, asking to be after a 3-0 as "a reliable source Brian Veres and a double ajid a loss and the New within the said Sedgewick each stroked Ptycia belted a home edged Philadelphia players "voted overwhelm- riple ar.d a single while a single while Rick to authorize withholding o. AMreachuk and Marty came up wiih three filling in for well chipped in with two in the said: "Withholding a apiece. Bill Coti got the Lakeside Minor despite a painful authorization -letters bit, a single, fcr the Giants-Rocky Mag2e WES tlie winner aa the OardincJs took a 19-7 fcrcrest League victory from the Dodgers. Dave Sazalski was ths losing pitcher. Danny Riedlehuber and John ffadden each had two doubles "Tid a single for the Darren Vfesky was the winner as the Rockets trimmed the Eagles 9-5 with Danny SBnsBii taking the loss. In Norcrest Minor League action the Buffaloes are the new Northside Minor League Champions after last night's duel crashed a 400-foot, two-run homer in ths second inning, walked with the bases full in the third and hit bases-empty homers in the fifth and seventh. He said afterward he had no alternative but to clear the fences. "I couldn't run if I he out to the players on. June 25 and within a week players responded with near-unani mous support for the association negotiation The NFLPA filed unfair labor practices charges against NFL owners in mid-June. )ave Snopek and Keith returned to the shires managed a pair of "ofeties for the Layton pitched himself a 16-3 victory by fanning in the nightcap and hit his 24th homer of the TIED MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) Earl Bigarfield emerged with he win as the Braves batters while Joey Campbell suffered the Carty unloaded his 20th and Orlando Cepeda his champion Donna Ca-poni and 1965 winner Carol Jie Expos 11-9 in another Nor-arest game. Ingarfield also led the way at Jie plate off loser John Wagon-ail as he stroked a teme S'chwarz had a fine night at the plate to pace the hitting attack with a triple and a double. Dave Latyon and Chris Wa-terfield both aided by long-ball barrage enabled knuckleballer Phil Niekro to with-stand solo shots by the Padres' Steve Huntz, Ollie Brown, Tommy Deaii battled each other in stifling heat Friday but remained deadlocked for the lead at the half-way point of the U.S. women's open golf champion- and a double. W. two doubles Roughies Look The Best In The West Keys Says Club Can Improve R E GIN A (OP) Coach improve "in a W of positions" Eagle Keys of Saskatchewan Roughriders says his team can General Motors Achievement Award Mr. Leo Steen, left, General Manager of Beny Chevrolet Olclsmobile, ac- cepts the General Motors of Canada President's Award on beh'alf of Beny's and Mr. C. J. F. Beny. The award is presented by Mr. Roland Withers, President of Gen- sral Motors of Cnnada. Also taking part in the presentation is J. T. Irvine, Gen- eral Motors Zone Manager for Alberta. The dinner, which was held in While Sulphur Springs, Greenbrier, West Vir- ginia, Ihc home of Sam Snead, was held in conjunction for sales achievehicni for January and February. There were 175 dealers from Canada in attendance. this year. If it does, the battle for first place in the Western Football Conference will be the mcst one-sided since Custer took his lumps at the Little Big Horn. The Rcughriders won 13 of 16 league games last year and fin- ished eight points ahead of Cal- gary and 16 points ahead of WEST CASTLE SKI RESORT WIU BE OPEN TRAIL RIDING AND OVERNIGHT PACK TRIPS June 15 to Sept. 15 For Reservations Set STAN JUDD or call Wait Castll Mobil, ar 627-2161 Pineher Creek. third-place British Columbia Lions. They scored more points than anyone else in the WFC and had the second-best defensive recced in had the best. From the WFC championship club of last Raugh Riders defeated the Roughri- ders for the Grey have lost Hugh Campbell and Jim Worden to retirement and Wally Dempsey is trying to make it in the National Football League. However, Keys isn't worried. He says he has plenty of good replacements. Alan Ford probably will play at split end with Gord Barwell moving to flanker. Ron Lancaster will call sig- nals with Gecrge Reed, the rushing leader in Hie WFC for Hie last five years, lining up at fullback. To add to the woes of NORBRIDGE MARINE ERVICENTRE 125? 3rd Avenue North lehhridge, Alb-rla Phone 327-6960 Now is tho time to bring in your lawnmowers, boats and outboards for spring tune up or repairs. YOUR SERVICENTRE FORi .Outboard. Motors. Boat and Trailer Repairs. Air. Cooled. Engines Snowmobiles.. All work backed by years of experience Free pickup and delivery. service.. opposition defences, Silas Mc< Kiunie and Bobby Thompson will both be back. The tight end position, va- cated by W o r e n t h e test blocker in Canada in the opinion of most be the toughest to fill, Keys said in an interview at the club's training camp- TWO TRY FOR SPOT Nolan Baiiley from Prairie View A and M ar.d Dave Denny from Missouri Southern are fighting for that job. Chuck Kyle, in his second year with the Riders, or Earl Wocd from West Texas State, will take over Dempsey's mid- dle-linebacker spot. Jack Abendschao has been working out as a linebacker, but his blocking on the offensive line is too important to the team for him to line up with the def- ence. Keys shrugged of suggestions that the BiDughriders are sure- fire bets to finish first this year in tho West. "We're net that strong in all positions. People give us too much credit, but we have a lot of borderline regulars." Off-season recruiting centred on finding linebackers and tight ends, but "we also looked for players who could replace some of the borderline regulars." He wouldn't say whom he con- sidered to be in that category, but any veterans cut by the Roughrirlers would almost cer- tainly be grabbed by other Ca- nadian Focifbail League teams. One of the R o u g h r i d c r s' strong poinis is their Canadian talent which includes Barry Alo'ag, Ted Urnsss, Cliff Shaw, Bob Kcsid, Henry D o r s c h, Larry DoGraw, Tec! Dusbiuski AlRankin. GRAHAM WINS Don Graham of Medicine Hat re- ceives the Jake Walton trophy following his victory in [he southern Alberta junior golf chompionships. Present- ing the trophy is Al Walton. __________________ ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East New York St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal L Pet. GBL 32 West 37 34 Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco Houston San Diego FRIDAY'S RESULTS 000 002 .53! .532 .Wi .705 .584 .513 .487 .430 .353 0 3 Wilson (2.41, Ray (71 and Edwards; Nolan (9-4) Bench. Houston" 002 OM J02-10 1! 1 Cincinnati 012 001 OOJ- 4 IS t Grltfln (3-81 Dilauro (81 and Mar. tlnez, Edwards Cloninger (1-2) Carroll (6) Gullet! BorWn (7) and Carroles. FIRST San COD 1 Atlanta 031 111 11 0 Kirby Herbel Ross (71 and Barton; Nash (10-2) and King. HRs: Gaslon (121) Atl-Lum Atlanta 100 110 5 010 12 Dobson Herbel (51, Willis (7) and Slocum; Niekro Wllhelm (8) and Didier. HRs: Huntz Brown Webster Dean Atl-Carty Aaron Ce- peda SI. LoDij 001 200- t Montreal .000 OH 15 2 Taylor Hrabosky Campisi (9) and Simmons; Stoneman Reed Strohmayer Wegener Dillman (9) and Bateman. HRs: Brock Allen Niw Ycrk 002 000 001- I 1 Philadelphia 110 000 3 2 Sadeckl Folkers (9) and Grole; Wise (5-7) Palmer (9) and Edwards. Pittsburgh 290 22 Chicago HO 210 301-14 18 3 Nelson. Gibbon Dal Canton Pena Walker Giusti (5.0) (7) and Sangulllen; Hands, Reynolds Colborn Gura Rodriguez (8) Regan (4-6) (6) and Hialt. HRs. Pitts Clsmente Alley (SI, eroskl Oliver Williams Smith AMERICAN LIAGUe East Baltimore New York Detroit Boston Washington Cleveland 35 33 West 48 Pet. Oik .514 .455 .440 .65! .597 .5M .368 .346 .333 4 6Vi 21 Vi 24V, Minnesota California Oakland.....44 34 Kansas City 28 48 Chicago.......27 51 Milwaukej 26 52 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Kans" City 000 000 10! J- J 7 1 Milwaukee 100 020 000 0- J 10 I Drago, Wright Abernathy (1-0) (9) and Klrfcpatrlck; Pattln, Humph- reys (1-2) Baldwin and McNert- ney. 120 000 1W-4 Milwaukee 121 000 OW- lit Johnson Burgmeier Aber- nathy (8) and Rodriguez; Downing Sanders (8) and Roof, McNerf- ney HRs: Kansas City, Kelly Milwaukee, Harper Oakland 001 000 004-1 .California 100 300 4 5 Dobson (7-9) Roland and Dun- can; Wright (12-5) and Azcut. HR: Chicago 200 OOo-1 t 1 Minnesota 410 030 OOX-1 11 I Horlen (6-10) Weaver (6) and Jn- sephson, Hopkins Perry (12-4) and Mitterwald. HR: FIRST Cleveland OoC 000 I Boston 000 001 01 7 a Hand, Hennigan [4-31 (8) and Fosse; Cuip (7-8) and satrlano. HR: Yastrzemski SECOND Cleveland "04 WO 000- 4 Boston 003 000 313 t Paul, Lasher Chance Ells- worth (2-1) Higglns and Fosse) Brett, Koonce Wagner (2-0) Santiago (8) Lyla (8) and Moses. HRsi Cle-Fosst Detroit 009 000 4 1 Baltimori Oil 000 4 i 1 Lolich Patterson (3) and Price; Cuellar (9-5) and Hendrlcks. Washlngle.i 102 100 441 New York ..100 000 11 1 Brunei Knowles (7) and French; Bahnsen McDahlel (8) and Munson. HRs: Wash-Allen KELLY SPRINGFIELD 'TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" FOUR FULL PLY PRESTIGE lit Ii 18 .95 Tubtltis Hoekwall 650-13 Other comparably low INSTALLED FREE) EASY CREDIT TERMS ELRICH TIRE LTD COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE ;