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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta p THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, July 10, 1970. ALL IS QUIET, FOR NOW-AI! is quiet of the new stables at the Exhibition Grounds but will become a bee- hive of activity when the 1970 Whoop-Up Days get under way July 20. For the first time in the history of the stampede southern Alberta fans will be treated to thoroughbred horse racing each day of the summer evenr. Nearly 350 horses will be on hand for the six-day meet. The races will combine with rodeo and chuckwagons for a full week's entertainment. Cincinnati, Atlanta Lose After Rallying Tigers Gain Ground On Orioles Bv THE ASSOCIATED York Yankees, in dangef The longest single of having a three-run rally in Jones' career and the top of the sixth in Baltimore rain delay in baseball out by rain, argued a hal has combined to keep play long enough for a more's East Division to blow over. They man- within hailing distance in to get another inning in, American their rally legal am Jones delivered what the Orioles 7-5 in a game peared to be a pinch hit by rain in the eighth in- s am homer Thursday night was credited with only a in the American when he passed teammate Thursday night, Wash- Wert on the basepaths. Senators whacked Cleve- mental blunder did no harm Indians 9-3; Chicago White cause three rims scored on edged Milwaukee Brewers play and Detroit Tigers went and Minnesota wins topped to whip the Boston Bed Sox Angels 4-2. Kansas VACATION Don't Start Your Vacation Without A RADIATOR Save yourself NEED A TUNE-UP? roadside stops due fa overheated engine we Rosvold our licensed perform this work for is the Best Tune- expertly and efficiently with our modern equipment! Specialist in Southern Alberto. All work Guaranteed! El Rancho [rlxAco] 6th Ave., M.M. Drive Phone City Royals and Oakland Athlet- ics were off. The Tigers and Red Sox wene lied at 3-3 in Hie seventh when Jones belted a two-out drive off the facing of the right field stands with the bases loaded. He admiring the shot when he passed Wert between first and second and was called out en the technicality infraction. "I was real excited about tl said Jones. "I was watch ing it and I never realized We was there. About half-way b tween first-aoid second I Came i my senses and hoped the Urn pire didn't see it. But he die I've n.ever done that before. never hit a grand slam either. The victory moved the sec ond-place Tigers within games of Baltimore. The Bird bowed to New York when th Yankees rallied for thr'ee un earned runs in the sixth innih last two on Jerry Ken ney's bases-loaded single. Cincinnati Reds and Atlant Staves mounted big comeback Thursday night, then lost extra inning cliff-hangers. Johnny Bench slammed a pai if two-run homers as the Red nade up a 9-1 deficit befor bowing to Sail Diego Padres 10- m Steve Huhtz' the 10th inning. sacrifice fly in The Braves erased a 6-0 San "fancisco lead with one eighth lining thrust, but the Giants re ounded to earn a 7-6 nod on C7 F_ 1. Lon-don Gin is com-ing back CV m com-ing back com-ing back London Dry Gin Try its gin-dandy flavour- sparkling cool, crisp yet tastefully subtle, the perfect beginning for any gin drink. CANADIAN -Schenleif LONDON DRY GIN A prcslTgc product of Canadian Sclionloy Distilltiios Dick Dietz' run-scoring grours out in the llth. Elsewhere in National League play, New York Mots rockec Montreal Expos 7-1, Pittsburgl Pirates blanked St. Louis Cardi nals G-0 and Houston Astros thumped Los Angeles Dodgers 9-5. Philadelphia Phillies and Chicago Cubs were idle. Tlie Padres raked rookie pitching ace Wayne Simpson for nine runs in the 2 2-3 innings he lasted, but Bench's fourth-in- ning homer started Cincinnat: on the way back and tile all-star catcher unloaded his 28th homer of the season in the eighth be- fore pinch hitter Bernie Carbo's three-run wallop tied it up. Contractors Suffer Setback In Commercial Men's Fastball action the Marquis Hotel edged he Contractors 8-6 in the first of two games played last eve- ning. Sig Dobler won the mound verdict while Jerry Areshenko suffered the loss. Brian Dickson was the big hitter for the Hotel rath a triple and two singles. Richard Dietren rapped out a riple and a double in a losing Managers Make Final Decisions All-Star Squads Are BOSTON (AP) Third base- man Brooks Robinson of Balti- more Orioles and outfielder Tony Oliva of Minnesota Twins were added lo the American League all-star squad today as the 23-player roster was fillet for the annual mid-season clas- sic with the National League next'Tuesday., Robinson, beaten out by Min- nesota's Harmon Killebrew for a starting berth, in the fans' bal- lotting, was named for the 14th consecutive year, while Oliva was picked for the seventh straight time since he joined the Twins as a rookie. Other reserves chosen by manager Earl Weaver of Balti- more, who will pilot the AL club at Cincinnati next week, and an- nounced by tire league, were catchers Ray Rosse of Cleve- land Indians and Jerry Moses of Boston Red Sox, infielders Sandy Alomar and Jim Fregosi of California Angeles and Tommy Harper of Milwaukee Brewers, and outfielders Roy White of New York Yankees, Amos Otis of Kansas City Roy- als, Willie Horton of Detroit Ti- gers and Alex Johnson of Cali- fornia. Outfielder AL Kaline of De- troit, named by Weaver as a squad member for the 17th time in his 18 major league seasons, was injured earlier this week and Moses was picked to re- place him on the roster. Barring injuries, the Orioles will have seven players in uni- form and the Angels four for the all-star game. The Yankees and Twins each ill have three representatives, Boston, Detroit and Cleveland two each, and Washington, Kan- sas City, Milwaukee and Chi- cago the minimum of one apiece. The starters were named ear- lier. Meanwhile San Francisco Giants catcher Dick Dietz, Chi- cago Cubs outfielder Jim Hick- man and several other players slighted by voting baseball fans Mcnke of Houston Astros and Felix Millan of Atlanta Braves, and outfielders Roberto Clem- cnte of Pittsburgh Pirates, Clarence Castor, of San Diego Padres, Pete Rose of Cincin- nati Reds and Rusty Staub of Montical Expos. Gaston, Grabarkewilz, Hick- man, liarrelson and DieU are on the all-star squad, for the first time. Clemente has been chose nine previous times. McCovey, the league's most Valuable Player in 19GD, was the star of last year's All-Star game with two home runs and three RBls. Rose, who won his second straight batting championship last season, has been named to the all-star team six times. He was fourth in the all-star voting for outfielders. ANDY CAPP I SEE THE HEALTH EXPERTS AKE ENCQUR4SIN1 PEOPLE TO WORK AFTER SIXTY PARCQN ME -I WAS FORSEITIN VERONDMNTERESTCO IN YER. HOROSCOPE ANN TELLV IT) BE MORE INTERESTED IFTHEV'b ENCOURAGE 'EM T1 START WORK A BARN SIGHT Calgary Stampede Opens were among Thursday to those added the National League All-Star team. Gil Hodges, manager of the world champion New York Hets, selected two catchers, "ive infielders and five out- 'ielders to complete the team .hat will face the American league in Cincinnati, Tuesday night. Hodges earlier had named an eight-man pitching staff. The tarting lineup was determined in a vote by fans. Named along with Dietz and lickman were catcher Joe 'orre of St. Louis Cardinals, nfielders Bill Grabarkewitz of Los Angeles Dodgers, Bud Har- elson of New York, Will Mc- lovey of San Francisco, Denis CALGARY