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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta rhuriday, July f, 1770 _ THI LETHBRIDGE HtRALD 7 Hurt Equals National League Record Mets Gain Breathing Room As Pirates Lose By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jim Ray Hart is alive and well and wielding a big bat for San Francisco Giants. once-feared hitting star, sent (o the Giants farm team at Phoenix earlier In the season, returned to the National League club Tuesday and enjoyed one of liis finest games Wednesday night against Atlanta Braves after rebounding from a shoul- der injury. Called up to replace retired third baseman Jim Davenport, Hart equalled a 56-year-old league record by driving across six runs in one inning as the Giants pounded Atlanta 13-0. Elsewhere, New York Mets opened up a East-Di- vision lead over Pittsburgh Pir- ates by beating St. Louis Cardi- nals 7-5 as the Pirates fell 2-0 to Philadelphia Phillies, San Diego Padfes defeated Cincinnati Beds 3-1, Los Angeles Dodger edged Houston Astros 6-5 an Chicago Cubs split a twin b with Montreal, winning the fin game 5-1 and dropping th nightcap 5-4 to the Expos. "It's great to sa Hart after his Wednesday nig performance, which included single, a double, a triple and home run in five at bats. The league record for run, batted in in one inning was sei WASSAMATTAYABLINDERSUMPIN Montreal Expos' John Bateman takes issue with umpire'i call in recent game. He was certain fhe called ttrike was a ball and let the umpire know his feelings In no uncertain terms._________________________ Minor Baseball In the Norcrest Little League the Cardinals and the Giants tangled in a playoff duel. Darryl Vogt pitched the Car- dinals to a 3-1 win while Brian Robinson took the loss. Darryl Vogt aided his own cause by stroking a double. WHATS GOT INTO THE HONDA 100's? This year, two great new 100-cc Honda motorcycles ore selling so fast we honestly have trouble keeping ihem in stockl Powered by high-revving overhead cam single cylinder 4-sfroke engines, they actually perform like 125-cc twins, while retaining the simplicity and easy handling of smaller bikes. CB-100 Super Sports: Telescopic fork and rear twinging arm suspension absorb bumps and give superb comfort and con- trolled handling. Easy highway riding to 72 mph. Sl-IOO Molosporf: Extra strong double cradle tubular frame, big ground clearance, bare damper springs, and many other features for rugged off-the-road or highway driving. See and test drive a Honda 100 today! LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1307 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Diitributtd by: Simptdni Honda Ltd., Vancouver Brian Robinson did the same in a losing cause. In another Norcrest contesl the Pirates breezed past the Braves 8-2. Reno Trentuil picked up the win and David Miskulin suffer- ed the loss. Richard Shadlow pounded oul a home run and Greg Kveder poked out two singles for1 the winners while Mike Vercillo gol a double and a single in a losing cause. In a Lakeside Little League contest the Tigers edged the Indians 7-5 Larry Lennox struck out nine batters to pick up the win. Lome Osmond took the loss. Lennox aided Ms own cause rapping a double and two singles. Paul Bryne and Roc Olshaski both chipped in with a double and a single apiece. Lome Osmond got three hits for the Indians. The Angels bounced the Yan- kees 154 in another Lakeside duel. Allan Gepneris struck out 12 Yankee batters to pick up the win. Curtis Sweitzer suffered the loss.. Harvey Pocza was the big batter for the Angels pounding out a home run and a single while Mick DeHeer chipped in with two safeties. For the. Angels B. Pelrunik stroked out a double and a sin- First Female In Ontario Races TORONTO CP) Joan O'Shea of New York City will become the first female jockey to race in Ontario when she rides Impetus Red today in the hird race at Woodbine Race- track, May by Fr'ed C.'Merkle of the old New York Giants. The major league record is seven, by Edward Cartwright of St. Louis in 1890 when the Ameri- can League was known as the American Association. The 28-year-old Hart drove in seven runs Wednesday, (he other coming in the third before he paced the Giants' 11-run fifth inning. He homered with two on his first trip to the plate in th fifth, then came back to smas a bases-loaded triple. The Mets racked up the sixth straight victory, longes winning streak for the defendin world champs this season Rookie Ken Singleton's third-hi ning homer with two on put th Mets out front to stay after S Louis had gone ahead 3-0. Weaver Choose! Three Orioles NEW YORK (AP) Mana- ger Earl Weaver picked three members of his Baltimore Ori- ole McNally, Mike Cuellar and Jim the American League All-Star team Wednesday after manager Gil Bodges selected only Tom 5eaver from his New York tfets for the National League side. Weaver passed over relief pitchers and concentrated en- irely on starters for the Ameri- can League team that meets the'Nationals in the All-Star game, Tuesday night in Cincin- nati. In addition to taking three !rom the Orioles, Weaver pick- ed a pair from New York Yankees, Mel Stottelmyre and ?ritz Peterson, to the nine-man staff. He selected' five left- landers' and four right-handers. Clyde Wright, who recently ritched a no-hitter for Cali- 'ornia Angels, and Sam Mc- Dowell, Cleveland Indians' strikeout ace, joined McNally, Cuellar and Peterson as the southpaws. In addition to Palmer and Sottlenryre, the other right landers picked1 by Weaver were Jim Hunter 'of Oakland Athle- ics and Jim Perry of Minne- sota Twins. PICKED BY FANS If Weaver should elect to itart one of his three Orioles, ie would have four Baltimore >layers in fhe lineup. Boog 3owell at first base, Frank lobinson in the outfield and Jave Johnson named by Weav- er to replace the injured Rod Jarew of Minnesota are the fflree starting Orioles. Other starters selected in the an vote were Bill Freehan of )etroit Tiger, catcher, Carl Yastrzemski of Boston Red Sox and Frank Howard of Washing- :on Senators in the outfield, .uis Aparicio of Chicago White iox at shortstop and1 Harmon Cillebrew of Minnesota at third >ase. Hodges' eight man pitching staff, announced earlier in the lay, included both Rookie Wayne Simpson and Jim Mer- ritt of Cincinnati Reds. Bob ibson of St. Louis Cardinals, Gaylord Perry of San Francis- co .Giants and Hoyt Wilhelm, he veteran fcnuckleball relief ace from Atlanta, joined Simp- son and Seaver as the five right banders. Claude Osteen f Los Angeles Dodgers and Toe Hoeriier of Phlladel p h i a 'billies, another relief pitcher, and Merritt were the left-hand- 's. There were few surprises among the pitching staffs ex- rept for Weaver's decision to ake three Orioles and Hodges' move to place two relief men on the team. Cincinnati already is assured of two men In the starting ineup, Tony Perez at Third base and Johnny Bench as the Native Sons Trojans On Weekend Coach Dave Smith of the Native Sons is look- ng for better things to happen m the second half of the Al- Junior Lacrosse League. Native Sons, a first-year lub, are currently one point way from a 'playoff berth in ie five-team league and Smith opes his club can gain some round this weekend. The locals play host to sec- nd place Calgary Trojans in a pair. The two clubs icet Saturday evening at eight clock while Sunday's encoun- er is set for two o'clock. Stalin feels his club will have better second half as six of leir scheduled" eight games re at home. The Native Sons ay all their games at the dmonton BiuM tigary dmonton Larks dm Shamrocks Ill HJlivt Sons OPING LEADER! Taylor (Cal Trojans) I Smith (Natlvt Sons) ug Parsons (Gin Blues) I 1 1 11 J 3 0. 10 t 1 10 1433 G A PIS. U 10 !4 14 t 18 7 II I Relcnelt (Gin Blun) 11 J 14 catcher. Simpson, with a 13 record through Tuesday' games, has to be considered a possible starter. Other National Leagui starters included Atlanta's out field pair of Hank Aaron am Rico Carty, Chicago Cub's sec ond-short combo of Glen Beck er and Don Kessinger, St Louis' Richie Allen at first base and San Francisco's Willi Mays in centre field. Of the 17 pitchers namec the only one to start an All-Star game was Stottlemyre, the loser for the American League last year in Washington. Botl Stottlemyre and McDowell were chosen for the fifth time. Gib- son has been a member of six previous teams although he ap- peared in only four games. WU helm made it twice in the American League. Dickson Gains Win Two games were played in the Commercial F a s t b a 1 League last evening the Marquis Hotel trimming the RCMP 2-1 and the Contractor shutting out the M and K Gen erals 4-0. Brian Dickson held off the powerful hitting RCMP to em erge with the pitching honors while Frank Popson had to set tie with the loss. Al Johnston and Sig Dobler each rapped out a single for the Marquis. Phil Dodds and John Lestuki did the same for the RCMP. In the second encounter the Contractors were led by Ron Zasadny on the mound to pick up the win. Ken Ferguson suffered the >ss. Donald Deitzen did all the damage against the Generals by blasting a three run homer in the fifth inning. Two games are on tap fof this evening with the Marquis Hotel tangling the Contractors in the first game while the M and K Generals will meet the Labor Club in the second en counter. TANDINSS (up la 'earn Generals Contractors RCMP.......... Labor Club Mode Homes Marquis Hotel Lethbrldge Hotel TEN Hitters Waselenak, L.C. oyer, RCMP Knibbs, L.C....... Dickson, M.H...... Jletzen, Cbnt...... Kruchywich, M K Dietzen, Cent. Gross, Douglas Conine, M.H....... July 1) P W L T 13 "5 8 12 4 8 9 1 7 AB H 26 13 25 12 2S 11 26 11 Ptl II 1 1. 1 1: 1 K II This Year Fly Suzuki T-250 II HUSTLER Twin cylinder, two stroke engine developing 33 h.p. at 6 speeds and m.p.h. up to 100-105 BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 "Over 300 Ekyclej In Sfoclc" Open Thurs. and Fri, Till 9 p.m. "Serving Southern Alberta For Over 30 Years" Dcron Johnson's ninth-inning homer with one on, his 16th ol the year, broke up a scoreless pitching duel between Philadel- phia's Rick Wise and Pitts- burgh's Steve Blass. Cincinnati's four-game victory string was snapped by the Padres, but the Reds still main- tain an West Division lead. San Diego's runs came in the third with Clarence Gaston and Ollie Brown hitting run- scoring singles. The Dodgers exploded for five runs in the ninth to beat Hous- ton with Maury Wills' pinch double driving in a pair. The Cubs' first-game victory over Montreal was highlighted by two-run homers by Ron Santo and Billy Williams. John Bocabella's pinch single drove in two runs in the eighth to give the Expos the nightcap triumph. Meanwhile Oakland took a dose of Minnesota muscle but it wasn't nearly as hard lo swfflow as the turnabout trick Cleveland pulled on Washing- ten. A homer and three singles by Tony Oliva led Minnesota Twins to an 8-6 victory over the Athlet- ics Wednesday night, complet- ing a three-game series sweep. And light-hitting Buddy Brad- ford walloped a grand-slam homer in the eighth inning that brought Cleveland Indians from behind for a 6-5 victory over Washington Senators. Elsewhere in the American League Wednesday night, Balti- more Orioles roared from be- hind to beat New York Yankees 9-8, Chicago White Sox nipped Milwaukee 2-1, Detroit Tigers shaded Boston Red Sox 3-2 and California Angels edged Kansas' City Royals 3-2. Oliva provided a major part of the M i n n e s o t a's offence against Oakland and the Twins needed all the runs they got. Tile Athletics knocked out Jim Perry with a ninth-inning rally that included Dave Duncan's three-run homer. But Ron Per- ranoski came out of the bullpen la nail down Perry's 13th vic- tory. Oliva had three singles, a ;wo-run homer and a sacrifice fly, driving in four runs and scoring two. Bradford, who carried a .189 Datting average and two homers nto Cleveland's game against Washington, exploded for his first career grand slam in the eighth inning as the Indians wiped out a 5-1 Senators' lead. It was Cleveland's sixth victory over the Senators. Says: GoIPi Million Dollar Wlnnir THE PUNCH SHOT Many times it is neces- sary to hit i low shot. The two most frequent occasions when you must hit under an inter- vening tree limb, or when you arc hitting into t stiff wind. Select a longer, less- lofted club you would normally use for the re- quired distance. Choke down on the grip an inch or two, play the ball in the back half of your 43 ________ stance and position yout hands ahead at address. Put most of your weight left and leave it there throughout the swing. Move the clubhead back as low as possible, even lower than usual, and don't worry about wrist- cock. That'll happen nat- urally. Move quickly through the ball with good lower-body action, and don't turn your wrists over at impact. mo Will Host Tournament EDMONTON (CP) Senior Baseball Playoffs in the south- ern and northern zones will start July 19, Ron Hayter, presi- dent of the Alberta Baseball Association, announced Wednes- day. Hayter said that the four zone winners will meet in a double- oiockout tournament Aug. 18 and 19 in Lethbridge. The tour- nament winner will represent Alberta at the Canadian cham- pionships Aug. 28 to 31 in Bran- ion, Man. The Peace River zone repre- sentative will be chosen during a double knockout tournament at Grande Prairie Aug. 1 and 2. Great Bend Braves, champions ill the Central Alberta League, will represent the central zone. The winner of the eight-team Lethbridge Recreation League will represent the southern zone and the northern zone will be represented by the winner of an eight-team playoff. These play- offs will end July 26. The opening draw of the pro- vincial final will see the north play the south and the Peace River zone against the central zone. Now at ALL SWIMWEAR 20% off STRAW HATS 20% off ;