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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Boivie Kulm 'Announces 'All-Star Starters Tuesday, July 7, 1970 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Allen Replaces McCovey, Aaron Tops NEW YORK (AP) Richie Allen of St. Louis Cardinals beat out Willey McCovey of San Francisco Giants, the National League's most valuable play- er of 1969, in the final voting for the 1970 all-star team. Hank Aaron of Atlanta Braves topped the fan poll with 847 votes. The National League team also included Rico Carty of At- lanta, a write-in candidate left off the original computer ballot when it was compiled last win- ter. The only close competition was for first base, where Allen edged out McCovey by votes. Of the votes re- ceived in balloting by fans, Allen and and McCovey Aaron, Willie Mays of San Francisco and Carty form the outfield1 which' will face the American League July 14 at Cincinnati's new Riverfront Stadium. Pete Rose of Cincinnati Reds, the two-time batting champ, was fourth in the outfield1 voting, finished short oi Carty's write-in total. Roberto Clemente of Pittsburgh Pir- ates, a four time batting champ, was fifth in outfield voting, about votes be hind Rose. Johnny Bench of Cincinnati was second in total voting with votes as he outdist- anced all competitors for the ANDY CAPP Add More Gold Medals Russians Dominate EDMONTON (CP) Russia added to its gold medal total at the world amateur Greco-Ro- man wrestling championships Monday, winning five individual titles and taking the over-all team trophy for the second suc- cessive year. They won last year in Argentina. Leading the talented Russians Seniors, Elks Host Events Lethbridge's two golf courses will see another weekend of ac- tion Saturday and Sunday. At the Country Club the Lett- bridge and district senior' golf championship is being staged with action set for eight o'clock Saturday morning and Sunday. Meanwhile at Henderson Lake, the Elks will stage their previously postponed golf tourn- ament. The senior competition Is open to all senior golfers from Medicine Hat on the east, Ores- ton, B.C. on the west, Nanton to the north and the Interna- tional Boundary to the south, who are 55 years of age or over on the day of the tournament. There will be four age group- tog with prizes in each group. Group A 55-59 years of age, will play for the Norris Macleod memorial trophy while group B, 60-64 play for the Bill Hol- berton trophy. The Macleod trophy goes to the over all champion with the Holberton going to the low net winner. Group C will have golfers from 65-59 battling for the Jim Freel trophy while those 70 and over will compete for the Jim McCr'cady trophy. There will be 18 holes of REGULAR AND KINGS medal play each day in the main trophy competition those in group C and D will play nine holes daily. Entry fee for the two-day event is which covers annual dues and dinner Sunday eve- ning. Limited to the first 80 en- tries the two-day Elks event is set at for any Elk in good standing. Nine holes of qualifying must be played by noon Saturday with golfers to make then- own arrangements for qualifying. The 16 low qualifiers will form the championship flight and first flight for Elks Cup. There wiU then be nine holes of medal play Saturday and 18 Sunday. Also included in Sunday's ac- tion will be a horse race at three o'clock, Sunday's times will be posted in the Elk Club Saturday night. Entry fee includes a buffet supper and dance Saturday. Nicklaus Warms Up ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) Jack Nicklaus fired a two-under-par 70 in practice Monday over St. Andrews' Old Course, site of the 1970 British Open, and the United States golfer proclaimed: "This could really put me back in the championship class again." was Anatoly Roschyn, who won his ninth world title and his sec- ond in a row, with a 10-1 deci- sion over Joszef Csatari of Hun- gary in a final match of the heavyweight category. Roman Hurua, 149% pounds, Viktor Igumenov, 163 pounds, Anatoly Nazrenko, and Valery Rezancev, 198, were the other Russian champions.' They took the team award with five gold, one silver and two bronze medals. Bulgaria was second in the 17th world tournament at the University of Alberta With one gold, one silver and two bronze medals. Yugoslavia was third, Hungary fourth, Romania fifth and Japan sixth. Although the Russians put on a smooth and powerful display throughout the three days of Greco Roman events, more than fans saved most of their applause for wrestlers from Ro- mania, Hungary and Sweden. -Defending champion Gheorghe Berceanu of Romania outpointed Vladimir Zubkov of Russia 3-1 in the sudden-death final of the class. BEATS RUSSIAN Per Svensson of Sweden bat- tled to a 2-2 draw with Fernee Kiss of Hungary in the 220- pound bracket and took the title because of a better aggregate total than Nikolay Zakovenko of Russia, the defending cham- pion. Earlier Monday, Janos Varga of Hungary fought to a 2-2 draw with Rustem Kazakov of Russia to capture the 125i4-pound crown. Dave Hazenwinkel, 25, of Coon Rapids, Minn., took the silver best placing ever by an American in Greco- Roman Simeon Traikov of Bulgaria. Other titles went to Petar Kirov of Bulgaria, in the pound division, and Hideo Fuji- moto of Japan, in the pound class. C a n a d a's 10 Greco-Roman wrestlers were eliminated Sun- day. Thursday night 34 coun- tries, including Canada, partici- pate in freestyle events. Hotelmen Win Generals Upset In the Com m e r c i a 1 Men's Fastball League the Dallas Ho- tel had a rough time with the Marquis Hotel trimming them 5-3 while the Lethbridge Hotel upset the league leading M and M Generals bombing them H-5. Sig Dobler pitched a good game, but lost the mound hon- ors to George Santoni. Blair Hurt was the big batter' for the Dallas rapping out a single and a double while Gary Wyrostk, Jerry Stilsoo, and Laurio Crimson each chipped in with a double. The game was more or less finished for the Generals in the bottom of the first inning when the Lethbridge Hotel picked up seven big nuis. Ken Ferguson started (ho game for the Generals but had to be relieved by Dennis Allen. Ferguson took the loss, while Bob Sapsford picked up the win for the Hotel. For the winners Jim Tratch and Bill Herbuz both rapped out two singles while Jerry Car- nu'chasl and Jerry Sarka aided the win with a double apiece. Willie Golia stroked out a tri- ple and a single and Lloyd Yama g i s h i rapped a double along with a single for the Gen- erals. Tonight Labor Club will tan- gle with Nil-Mode in the first game and the Dallas will meet Lefhbridge Hotel in the second encounter. Both games will bs played at tha Elton Fastball Park. Race Results CALGARY (CP) results from Victoria Park Monday: Pint claiming, three-year-olds, 7 furlongs. Kitty Stiktrm (Jewell) 7.60 4.60 4.10, Western Haze (Glesbrechr) 8.70 -4-60. Swan Babe (Billlngsley} Time: 2-5. Shady Spring, Flying Indian, Maple Ann, Elaine T, Pure Flame also ran. Second claiming, four-year-olds, 7 furlongs. Safari Tan (McCauIey) 10.60 5.60 3.90, Now Man (Haynes) 7.BO 4.90, Shirley S (Hedge) 4.20. Time: 1-5. HE Pipes Pal, Grande Badge, Jim- my Justice, Miss Viking, Buster Boy also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 138.10. Third allowance, two-year-olds, S furlongs. Cool Canuck (Billlngsley) 3-iO 2.70 2.30, Maxies Heir (Sfadnyk) 3.70 2.40, Pinavon (Morris) 2.40. Time: Stormy Way, Lonely Street, Heir Of Hope, Cheat The Bufl. Burtany also ran. Fourth SI, 600 claiming, three-year-olds, 7 furlongs. Feathers Inn (Hedge) 9.90 3.50 2.60, Racerlftc (Turetsky) 2.80 2.40, Swlng- g Lane (Norris) 2.50. Time: 1-5. Prlncs D Reaburn, Joys Taffy, Eagls Smooth Edge, Dry Cou- ie also ran. Fifth claiming, 4-year-nlds and up, 7 furlongs. Hermlnes King (Barroby) 18.10 7.70 100, Copel To Death (Rasmussen) 3.30, Hope Joe (Coombs) 2.70. 3-5. Bahram Iran, Kool Copy also ran. EXACTORi Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and IVe miles, Hewinsum (Hedge) 13.00 7.60 4.00, Priddls Dandy (Shields) 6.30 3.80. Wwdant (Billingsley) 3.60. Time: Kathys Miss, Super QuIH, Chained Flag, Northern Emperor, Merry Sail- or also ran. Sevinth and up, IVe miles. Singing Surf (Sfadnyk) 5.90 4.00 Z.60, Footprint (Lawson) 4.10 Little Baffle (Norris) 2.50. Time: 4-5. Naughty Nancy, Whirlagale, Hea- Child, also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Terrero (Coombs) 13.00 11.30 5.10, Buster Kid (Cuthbcrtson) 8.90 S.70, Khais Charm (Billingsley) 3.40. Time: 1-5. Prairie Blue, Mobile Service, Lanny Vain, Puget Sound also ran. QUINELLAt 361. Two Veterans Attend Camp MONTREAL (CP) Veteran lineman Bob Minihane and homebrew punting specialist Gino Bsrretca were to work out with Montreal Alouettes today at the club's pre-season football training camp at Vaudreuil. Minihane, 32, a former Ameri- can who now is classed as a non-import, played tackle for Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Al- ouettes. Hobbled by a serious leg injury during his last two seasons here, Minihane did not play last year. However, follow- ing final surgery the knee has responded excellently. Neither Minihane nor Ber- retta, a place-kicking specialist, will dress for Tuesday night's exhibition here against Winni- peg Blue Bombers. Also missing for the exhibition will be wide receiver Terry Evanshen and inside linebacker Charlie Collins. Evanshen suffered a leg in- jury in last Thursday's all-star game at Ottawa, while Collins underwent minor surgery Satur- day to repair torn ligaments in his thumb. Winnipeg Trades Pitts To Lions WINNIPEG (CP) Ernie Pitts, a 13-year veteran of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Western Football Conference, was tr'aded today to British Columbia Lions, Bomber general manager Earl' Lunsford said Winnipeg will receive two wide-receiver Fernand Aumias and a player to be named later. Aumias, 6-foot, 185 pounds, is a native of Quebec who attended Montreal Alou- ettes' camp last year and w.ent to the Lions when former Mon- treal coach Kay Dalton took a position with that WFC club. Pitts, 35, gained all-star rec- ognition during his early sea- sons as a split-end for the Bombers before moving lo the defensive back position where he had starred for the club for past years. starting catcher's job. The nexl best was Joe Torre of St. Louis with Chicago Cubs' second-short combination of Glenn Beckert and Don Kessinger also won with room to spare. Tony Perez, the Cincinnati Hu'rd basomah'who leads the league in homers and runs bat- ted in, breezed home with 139 votes. Ron Santo of Chi- cago was second with Atlanta, Chicago and Cincin- nati each placed1 two men in the starting lineup and San Francisco and St. Louis; one each. The starring pitcher and the rest of the pitching staff and the remainder of the squad will be announced later in the week by Gil Hodges, manager of the New York Mets who will boss the all-starts. Meanwhile Luis Aparicio of Chicago White Sox nosed out Rico Petrocelli of Boston Red Sox for the starting short- ;top job on .the American League all-star team and Davey Johnson of Baltimore Orioles yvas named to replace the in- jured Rod Carew of Minnesota Twins at second base. Baseball commissioner Bowie faihn announced the results of the fan vote of ballots and the starting lineup that will face the National League all- stars at Cincinnati's' new River- front Stadium July 14. Boog Powell, Baltimore first baseman, led the league with votes. Carew, who recently under- went knee surgery, won the sec- ond base starting job by about votes. Johnson was the choice of manager Earl Weaver of the Orioles', who will boss the American League team. Johnson was fifth in the vot- ing. Aparicio shaded Petrocelli by votes in the only close contest. FREEHAN POPULAR Bill Freehan of Detroit Tigers was the landslide choice at catcher with votes. Pow- ell won all the way at first as did Carew at second. Harmon Killebrew of Minnesota had a margin of over over Brooks' Robinson of Baltimore for third base. Frank Robinson of Baltimore, Frank Howard of Washington Senators and Carl Yastrzemski of Boston were picked as the starting outfielders. Tony Oliva of Minnesota was about short of third-place Yastrzem- ski, The four repeaters from the 1969 team were Robinson, How- ard, Powell and Freehan. Balti- more and Minnesota each had two starters and Detroit, Chi- cago White Sox, Washington and Boston one each. The pitchers, and the remain- der of the American League squad will be announced later in the week from the league's Bos- ton headquarters. Board Drops Out With Ailment LONDON (AP) Lillian Board, one of England's bright- est hopes in the track events of the Commonwealth games in Edinburgh, pulled out Monday because of a stomach ailment. Doctors told her she must un- dergo a slight operation and is unlikely to compete again this year. Jtmrr, t? u s' i i -VrSrat" 'v i M i O SHORT GAIN Running back A. S. Whitfield of the B.C. Lions, breaks out for a short gain against Edmonton Eskimos Monday evening. Defensive tackle Greg Pipes closes in on the fullback. Eskimos won the game 37-19. Edmonton Offence Clicks Esks Romp Past Lions VANCOUVER (CP) Ed- monton Eskimos, displaying a potent aerial attack and solid defence, romped to an easy 37 19 victory over an out- classed British Columbia Lions squad Monday night in a west- era conference exhibition foot- ball game. For hometown Lions fans the only sparkle was the new artificial turf covering Empire Stadium. It was the first exhibition game of the 1970 season and the first time an artificial gridiron had been used in Canada. Eskimos scored the first time they got their hands on the ball, a single off Dave Cutler's short field goal attempt that rolled into the end zone, and never appeared in danger of falling behind. They led 8-0 at the end of the first quarter, 25 6 at the half and 28-6 after three quarters of play. In romping to their one-sided win Eskimos put together a Lonsberry Inks Pact LOS ANGELES (AP) Los Angeles Kings announced Mon- day thatxleft-winger Ross Lpns- jerry has signed his contract, with a "substantial for the 1970-71 National Hockey League season. Lonsberry, 23, was voted the Kings' most valuable player last season when, as a rookie, he led the club in scoring with 20 goals and 22 assists for 42 points. He also topped the team in penalty minutes with 118. powerful aerial attack with Don Trull, picked up from Houston Oilers of the National Football League, and holdover Corey Colehour doing most of the tossing and split end Tom Nettles much of the catching. And each time B.C. got the ball Paul Brothers, Carroll Wil- liams and Vidal Carlin, who shared quarterbacking duties for Lions, found defensive end Ron Forwick breathing down their hecks. Forwick's sus- tained pass rush was a feature of the game with veterans Greg Pipes and Dave Gasser backing him up. Nettles was the scoring star of the game, crossing the B.C. Lion's goal line for three touch- downs in the first half, once on a 28 yard pass and run play from quarterback Trull aiid the other two on passes of 19-and 38-yards from Colehour. Place- ment kicker Davs Cutler, a graduate of Simon Eraser Uni- versity in nearby Burnaby, added 13 points on three field goals, three converts and a single. He missed converting Eskimos fourth and last touch- down, a one yard plunge by Leroy Sledge that came on the first play of the final quarter. A. D. Whitfield, a hard-driv- ing 205 pound halfback picked up from Washington Redskins hi the off season, scored two touchdowns for B.C. while John Helms got the other on a pass from Carroll Williams, former- ly of Montreal Alouettes. Both Whitfield scores came on short- yardage runs. 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