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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, July 7, 1970- ADAG6IO a musical term, means: Go slowly. Adaggio, the horse, odagio-ed so fast, that his rider, Dr. Hugo Arranbide of Argentina took off over ths barrier alone. The action took place in the first round of the World Jumping Championships in France, Monday. Strategy Works Against Senators Dark Puts McDowel By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Manager Alvin Dark of Cleve- land Indians shifted southpaw Sam McDowell from the pitch- ing mound to second base in the midst of an eighth inning Wash- ington Senators rally Monday night and nailed down a 64 vic- tory with the switch. McDowell made the inning- ending putout at second, then returned to the hill in the ninth and fanned the side for a total Popson Triumphs Marie Popson of Letibridge captured top honors in the Al- berta archery tournament held in Calgary on the weekend. Ikirs. Popson set a record as she won the freestyle competi- tion. She amassed a total of in Fita division. The honors in junior boys went to Walter Giduk of Leth- bridge with a total score of Eva Sonnenberg of Calgary won the women's barebow event while Jack Watt topped the male entries. The men's free- style event was won by Red Ferrier ol Calgary. of 15 strikeouts and his 12th vic- tory of the year. In other American League ac- tion, Minnesota Twins nipped Oakland Athletics Califor- nia Angels topped Kansas City Royals 6-2, Detroit Tigers beat Boston Red Sox 6L3 and Milwau- kee Brewers trimmed the Chi- cago White Sox 3-1. Baltimore Orioles and the New York Yan- kees were idle. At Cleveland, two homers by Duke Sims and another by Craig Nettles gave the Indians a two-run margin, but the Sena- tors had the tying runs on sec- ond and third with two out in the eighth. Then Dark made his moves. Thirtl baseman Nettles left the game, second baseman Eddie Leon moved to third, McDowell became an instant infielder and right-hander Dean Chance was called out of the bullpen to face big Frank Howard. MET OBLIGATION Chance walked Howard inten- tionally, filling the bases but ful- filing his obligation to pitch to at least one batter. Rick Reichardt, a right-hand hitter, was up next, and with McDowell still a v a i 1 a b 1 e to pitch, there was no percentage hi sending up a left-hand swinger. So Ted Williams' Senators manager, stuck with Reichafdt. Dark stayed with Chance and the result was a grounder to Leon, who flipped to McDowell at second for the rally-killing force on Howard. "You can be siu'e I was keep- ing the ball inside to Rei- Chanc.e said. "If he was going to hit it, he was going to pull it. There was no way he was going to hit it to Sam's side of the infield." "I saw Leon come up with the ball and start to throw it to McDowell said. "But thftn I lost it momentarily in the white shirt background, so I just got over the base and went down to both knees. BLOCKED BALL "Then I looked for the ball. Finally, I found it. But even if I hadn't, there was no way it could have gone through me, believe me. "You're darned right I was susprised when Alvin told me to go to second base. And when it was all over, I was almost too excited to go back and pitch." McDowell might have been shook, but the Senators were doomed when Chance, his job done, handed the ball back to Sudden Sam in the ninth. The big fireballer threw third strikes past Aurelio Rodriguez, Paul Casanova and Tim Cullen in rapid order to end it. How did those six Sioux get on our beer label? (Six? Count 'era Six.) To ssy nothing of three crows. And a Hupniobile. And twenty-nine trees. And our House of Lethbridge, How? Frankly, we don't remember. It all happened many moons ago. But one thing's certain: we'll never change our label. Or the great beer behind it. In Lethbridge, go right on brewing it the slow, natural way, for real flavour. We have spoken. AFTER THE FAMOUS FORMULA OF THE MOUSE OF LETHBRIUGE "I've never caught nor hit anybody as fast as he was to- Casanova marveled. Rookie Bill Zepp and relief ace Ron Perranoski hurled the Twins past Oakland with a com- bined five-hitter', Zepp bringing his record to 4-0 and Perranoski recording bis 19th save of the season. Cesar drove in the winning run with a fourth inning single. Billy Cowan's t h r e e -r u n homer was the big blow for the Angels, who remained four games off Minnesota's West Di- vision pace as right-hander Tom Murphy picked up his 10th vic- tory with ninth inning relief help from Eddie Fisher. The Tigers shelled Gary Pe- ters for five runs in the first two innings, two of them on Jim Northrup's 15th homef, and hung on to give left-hander Les Cain his seventh consecutive victory. Fliunoii Paces Victory Two games were played in the Lethbridge Businessmen's Fastball League last evening. In one game the Bank of Nova Scotia edged the Woolco club 10-9. Halmit Giesgreck gamed the pitching verdict while Al Bet- ker took the loss. Keith Flumon pounded out a home run along with a double and a single to pace the Bank's attack. John Weastra aided the win'with a triple and two sin- gles. Trev Noriin and Vic Hegge- dal belted a home run and two singles in a losing cause. In another contest Uis City of Lethbridge trimmed the Can- ada Trust Company 4-3. Joe Karl picked up the win while Ron Yonkman suffered the loss. Arie Van Seters was the big man up at bat for the City's team gaining two safe- ties. Les Sockney rapped out two hits in a losing cause. Dodgers Can't Gain Ground On Reds Santo's Bat Sinks Montreal By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS Ron Santo exploded for three home runs including a grand slam, and drove in 10 runs as the Chicago Cubs swept a Na- tional Baseball League double- header from Montreal Expos 3-2 and 14-2 Monday. Felix Millan ripped six straight hits including a double and a triple and drove hi fout runs as Atlanta Braves thrashed San Francisco Giants 12-2. Elsewhere in ,thc Montreal League Monday, New Tork Mets rapped St. Louis Cardinals 1-3, Pittsburgh Pirates knocked off Philadelphia Phillies 7-5, Cincinnati Reds shut out San Diego Padres 5-0 and Los Ange- les Dodgers topped Houston As- tros 10-8 in 10 innings. Santo tagged a two-run homer in the first game but the Cubs needed a super relief job by Roberto Rodriguez in the ninth inning to nail down the opener. The Expos loaded the bases witli none out in the ninth but Rodriguez came on to strike out John Bateman and Coco Laboy and retired Bob Bailey on a bouncer to end it. STARTED FAST Santo's first inning slam got the Cubs off winging in the nightcap. Then he hit his third aomer of the day and 10th of-the year with two on in the sixth after1 forcing another run in by drawing a bases-loaded walk in the fourth. Millan ran the Giants ragged. One of his four singles drove in two runs as Atlanta Broke a 4-4 tie with five runs in the fifth in- ning. Hal King doubled two home in the big inning. Rico Carty of the Braves wal- loped a two-run homer, his fourth in four days and the 100th of his career. Willie Mays and Dick Dietz had a pair of two-run shots to account for the Giant scoring. The Mets crashed a season- liigh 17 hits including the cycle single, double, triple and home Tommi.e Agee, and homers by Ken Singleton and Ren Swoboda to crush the Cardinals. Singleton and Donn Clendenon each had three hits in the romp which kept New York one-half game in front in the East Divi- sion. Richie Allen and Jose Car- denal connected for the Cardi- nals. RELIEVERS STRONG Pittsburgh won its 12th game in the last 15 by knocking off Philadelphia with airtight relief by Brace Dal Canton and Dave Giusti. The two relievers split the final four innings, allowing only one hit after Jonny Briggs' second homer and one by Deron Johnson had narrowed the Pir- ates' lead to a single run. Richie Hebner tagged a twc- run homer for the Pirates. Jim M c r r i 11 became the major leagues' first 14-game winner, pitching Cincinnati past the Padres. Merritt, 14-6, fired a six-hitter as the Reds won their sixth game in the lost seven and kept their West division lead at games. Pete Hose, Tony Perez and Johnny Bench all poled homers Lombard! Gets Out WASHINGTON (AP) Vince coach of the Wash- ington Redskins, will leave Georgetown University hospital this week, 10 days after he un- d e r w e nt abdominal surgery, club president Edward Bennett Williams said Monday night. Williams, speaking at the an- nual Redskins' press outing, added that Lombard! "will be at the opening of the Redskins camp." for the Reds, who had managed only one in seven previous games at their New Riverfront Stadium. Los Angeles exploded for five runs in the 10th first scoring on a bases-loaded walk by Jim .Bouton to Manny Mota then rode out a Houston counter rally to knock off the Astros. Willie Davis and Wes Parker followed the bases-loaded walk with two-run singles and the Dodgers needed the insurance when Houston bounced back with three runs in the bottom of the 10th. Minor Baseball In the first round of the play- offs in the Lakeside Little League the Indians trouncec the Angels 1W. Darrell Osmond pitched a fine game for the Indians strik- ing out 15 batters to pick up the win. Harvey Pocza did not fare so well and suffered the loss. Lome Osmond was the hitter for the Indians with three singles and Terry McNeely die a fine job with a home run anc a double. Allan Gespneris rapped a sin- gle for the losers. In another Lakeside Little League game the Tiger's shut- out the Yankees 5-0 Paul Byrne gained the win while Ken Hall took the loss. For the Tigers Larry Lenox poked out two singles while Curtis Schweitzer get a single for the Yankees. In Norerest playoff action the Braves erupted in the sixth inning and came out on the winning end of a 94 count over the Giants. Earl Ingarfield picked up the Low Gross Honors To Kanewishclicr In Lakeside Golf action Lloyd Kanewischer playing for Walk- ers'shot a low 38 to gain the low gross honors. Low net went to Ken Seaman of Pahulje with a 31. Pahulje picked up the low team net score with a 133 and shooting for this team were: Dick Jones, Ben Bell, Gfeg Park, and Ken Seaman. Walkers took eight points from Boise Cascade. At the Country Club, Doug Brown and Fraser Baalim both shot a 39 to grab the low gross honors. Doran Berlando of B and R Men's Wear picked up the low net with a 33. Low team net was won by Atlas with a 139 and included on the team are: Jack Lakie, Cy Redfern, Bob Christie and Har- vey Knowles. There were two eight point sweeps as the Atlas foursome picked up all the points from Dorigattis and Packers swept eight from Beny's. Commencing Wednesday eve- ning at the Country Club the popular men's stag nights will be staged. They will be held each Wednesday until further notice. STANDINGS: LAKESIDE afeway.......................89 lingers .....................84 'arsons i3 Flemings S3 Walkers 82 .....................80 Kamura 79 Basledo ......................77 The Herald........................ 75 CHEC 7J ..................72 Boise Id-op Owens -aches Dorigalli M A end W .......................55 COUNTRY CLUB B and R Men's Wear........... 'ackers 79 CHEC .ilydale .ethbridge Office Furniture 77 75 'arsons 6-1 Tolleslrup .....................63 Royals Gain j Soccer Victory In Lethbridge Junior Soccer action the Royals trimmed the Ranger's by a 2-1 score. Rob Thorn and Miles Goffney were the marksmen for the Rangers while Louis Papp tal- lied for the Royals. Clay Conviction Upheld Again NEW ORLEANS (AP) The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Ap- peals upheld lor the second time Monday Cassius Clay's convic- STUDENT SUMAAER EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM Enrolment of tippliccints in Hi9 Militia for the Stu- dent Summer Employment Programma will commence al a.m., Monday, July at: ArlEWATA ARMOURY, CALGARY, KENYQN FIELD, IETHBRIDGE, 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 of age. REMEMBER, PAY STARTS ON THE REPORTING DATE! ton for refusing Induction into the armed forces. Clay's original conviction June 20, 1967, had been upheld once by the 5th Circuit Court and then reviewed by the Su- preme Court. The case was re- manded by the Supreme Court to U.S. District Court in Hous- ton. Tex., for further proceed- ings after it was r'evealed that the FBI had recorded by wire- tap five telephone conversations involving Clay. Judge Joe Itigrahain, now a member of the Appeals court, conducted hearings in June ind concluded that (he wiretaps played no part in Clay's draft conviction. It was Ingraham's decision in- volving the wiretaps that the appeals court upheld Monday. Clay has been sentenced to five years in prison and as- sessed a fine on his con- viction but has remained free on bail. win for ths Braves, the loss went to Gordon Keith. Dennis Luchvig led the way for UK winners with a double and a single while David Koskoski added a pair of single; Robinson managed a Brian double and two singles for the Giants. The Pirates started off on the right foot in another Norerest game as they trimmed the Car- dinals 7-1 behind the pitching of Scott Jarvie. Jack Simpson was the loser. Greg Kveder and Gordon To- kariuk each stroked a home run and a double for the Pir- ates. Rocky McGee and Simp- son managed two hits each for the Cardinals. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl W New York..... U Pittsburgh 45 Chicago .......39 St. Louis.......3? Philadelphia 3-1 Montreal 33 West Cincinnali.....58 Los Angeles .48 Atlanta.....41 San Francisco islon San Diego Pel. .550 37 3J ...32 .716 .600 .519 .468 .415 .391 TODAY'S GAMES St. Louis Torre Gentry 7-5 M 6-8 at New York Pittsburgh Nelson 3-0 at Philadel- phia Short 5-8 N Montreal Reed 2-3 or McGinn 5-6 at Chicago Gura 0-1 San Fre Robertson 6-6 af At- lanta Nash 10-2 N San Diego Kirby 3-10 at Cincinnati Los Angeles Moeller 3-4 at Houston RESULTS MONDAY Los Angeles 000 120 101 IS 1 Houston 100 112 Ml 3- B 13 0 Osteen, Brewer (4-1) Mikkelsen (10) and Mailer; Dlcrker, DILauro Gladding Bouton (3-6) Cook (10) and Edwards. HR: Cedeno San Francisco an ooo ooo-4 12 i Allanta 301 150 17 1 Johnson McCormlck Re- bercjer Davl: and DietZi Stone (7-4) and King. HRs: Dietz Mays St. Louis oeo eoo a 002 472 a o Reuss Campisi Harten- stein Linzv McCoo! (8) and Simmons; McAndrew McGraw (9) and Groter. HRs: Cardenal Agee Swoboda Pittsburgh 320 001 7 H 00! S 000 6 4 slson (4-0) Dal Canton Giusti Sanguillen; Bunninci (6-9) Wfini (7) and Ryan. HRs: Hcb- ner Brlgas (2) John- son San Diego ooo 100 0 o Cincinnati 203 COO 5 1 0 Santorinl Poss Willis (B) id Barton Merritt (14-0) (6) and Bench. HRs: Rose Perez Bench FIRST Montreal Chicago'.. Morton (9-6) McGinn (8) and Bate- man; Hands (10-7) Rodriguez (9) md Rudolph. HRs: Fairly Bailey Santo SECOND Montreal 010 100 263 Chicago no 405 H 11 i Wegener (0-3) Strohmayer Ray- mond Dlllman (7) and Bocca- bclls; Decker (2-4) and Rudolph. HRs: Bailey Chi Santo (2) LEAGUE LEADERS AB Atl.......234 Perez, Cine ......306 Clements, Pgh 256 Grabarkewltz, LA 55S iickman, Chi 251 Gaston, SD ......311 "olan. Cine ......274 R H Pet 52 105 .370 62 111 .363 34 91 .355 49 87 .3JO 52 U .335 46 102 .328 58 89 .325 Dletr, SF.......347 41 7? .325 Rose, Cine 323 44 103 .319 Williams, Chi 319 71 101 .317 Home Runs: Persz, 28; Bench, Cine Runs Batted In: Ferer, 86; Williams 75. Pitching: Simpson, 13-1, .929; Nash, Atlanta. 10-2; .833. AMERICAN LEAGUE East W 50 Baltimore New York..... Detroit....... Boslon Washington Cleveland Minnesota California Oakland Kansas City Milwaukee 44 35 42 35 Pet. .625 .557 .545 .519 .457 .436 15 26 .658 .556 .357 .346 .346 2416 TODAY'S GAMES Minnesota Hall 4-2 at Oakland Dob- son 7-9 N Kansas City Fitzmorrls X-3 at Cali- fornia Wright 12-5 N Chicago Crider 2-3 and Magnuson 0-0 at Milwaukee Pattin 4-7 and Krausse 6-10 twl-night Boston Brett 2-2 and culp 7-t at Detroit NIekro 9-5 and Wilson 5-5 twi-night. Washington Such T-4 and 'Hannan 3-2 at Cleveland Hand 2-7 and Chance 4-5 or Paul 0-4 fwi-night. New York Stotllfsmyre 8-7 at Balti- more Cuellar 9-5 N RESULTS MONDAY Minnesota coi 100 7 j' o Oakland ....010 OCO I 1 Zepp PerranoskI (7) and Mit- terwald; Segui (2) Lachemann Locker Grant (8) and Dun- can. Kansas City California Rooker Wright Mcnteagu- do (8) and Kirkpatrick; T. Murphy E. Fisher (9) and Azcue. HR: Boston ma ?oi f l Detroit 320 000 6 11 1 Peters Koonce (21, Phillips Wagner Santiago Lyla (8) and Moses; Cain Patterson (6) and Freehans. HRs: gliaro Chicago 000 010 8- ft Milwaukee 010 002 3 5 1 .Janeski (7-7) and Herrmann; Bar- bender (5-10) and Roof, HR: Mil-D. May Washington 202 000 11 X Cleveland 002 103 690 Coleman (5-8) Pina (6) and Casa- Dva; McDowell (12-4) Chance McDowell (9) and Fosse. HRs: Nettles Sims (2) LEAGUE LEADERS AB Johnson. Cal 317 White, NY 303 Oiiva, Minn ......304 F. Robinson, Ba! Powell, Bait Tovar, Minn KillGbrew, Minn Fosse, Clove Horlon, Det Otis, KC R H Pet 44 104 .338 60 101 .378 304 53 99 .32S ?55 iO 83 MS 279 47 88 .315 311 69 98 .315 259 53 81 .313 82 .312 92 .311 97 .310 Home Runs. Killebrew, 24; Howard, Wash, Powell, 21. Runs balled In: Powell, IS: Kills- brew, U. Pitching: Cain, Det, 8-2, .800; Mc- Daniel, NY, 7-2, .778. 37 KELLY SPRINGFIELD "TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" FOUR FULL PLY "PRESTIGE" 1X" B m_U Blockwoll 650-13 Other sizes comparably low priced! INSTALLED FREEI EASY CREDIT TERMS ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 403 lit Av< South 327-6884 o. 317-444} ;