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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 11, "70 FOUL York Mels' Bud Harrelson (3) lies on the ground treal Expo catcher John Batsman and umpire Frank Secory. Harrelson after he hit himself in the face with his own foul tip. Watching is Man- was not seriously injured and finished the game. Dodgers Gain Ground On Cincinnati Tigers Whittle Away At Oriole Lead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Les Cain and Tom Timmer man have quietly and steadil; pulled the Detroit Tigers to within five games of first pl-sce B a 11 i m o r e in the American League East. The paar combined Friday iright to cut the lead to that fig- ure by pitching the Tigers past the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 at De- troit, and Cain also clapped in with a decisive two-run single. In the West Division, Califor- nia Angels also sliced Minnesota Twins lead to five games with a Transportation? A EMd leasing plan releases capital, looks a Tier maintenance and insur- ance, eliminates unexpected bills, pro- vides dependable, late model trans- portation. For a belter teasing plan any number of ears or trucks our Leasing Manager. CHRYSLER LEASING The sign of better leasing ROY A. MclNTOSH Lease Manager "KING'S CORNER" 3rd Ave. al 11 Id SI. S. Phone 327-1566 FRED KING LEASING LTD. 2-1 victory over the Twins at Anaheim. Washington Senators tripped the New York Yankees 3-1 on Frank Howard's homer, Boston Red Sox hammered Clevekmd Irjdisms 7-1, MilTvaukee Brnvers trimmed Oakland Athletics 2-1 and Kansas City Royals swept a pair from the Chicago White Sox B-6 and 2-0. WiUi Der.ny McLain sidelined earlier this year aid Earl Wil- son injured, the Tigers to Toledo for Cain May 1. He was blasled in his first start. He split his next two decisions, bu now has streaked to eig straight victories. The 22-year-cid lefty, who ha a brief 1-0 stint svitli Hie Tiger in 1SS8, singled in two runs ihs fourth yniuirig for a 3-0 lea and blanked the Orioles on cm Americans Tops Things Don't Change CALGARY (CP) Cowboys from the United Slates' were Ihe top hands in the Calgary Stampede rodeo evenls Friday. J. C. Bonnie of Hyshain, Mont., who collected 74 points in the saddle bronc event on opening day Thursday, stayed on top as Friday's best was a 63-point ride by Tom Tale of Sheridan, Wyo. In the calf roping contest, Tooter Waltes of Stevensville, Tex., tied his animal in 12.2 seconds Friday to move ahead of Paul Petska of Duncan, Okla., who has a time of 12.8 seconds. In steer wrestling, Warren Wuliiier Banner, Wyo., was .imed in six seconds, two- enths of a second better than he times turned in Thursday by Frank Shepperson of Mid- west, Wyo., and Arnold Haraga of Skiff, Alia. The top bareback bronc rider vas Sid Savage of Melrose, N.M., who turned In a 74-point performance Friday. Clyd Vamvoras of Devol, Okla., with 72 point. Tho best Canadian showin came in bull riding, wher Larry Petherbridge of Millar ville, Alta., and Gid Garstad o Black Diamond, Alta., th champion all-round cowboy last year's stampede, each ha 67 points, one less than Milto Leslie of Orville, Wash. The competitors are in th fi-st go-round of the rodet evenls, which offer more tha in prize money. Ther are several go-rounds in eac event leading to the finals Sa' urday, July IS. The Merle Anderson rig from larbon, Alta., driven by Slin Jlelme of Esterhazy, Sask .urned in the day's best tim :o move into second place ii .he chuckwagon races Frida night. Helme was timed hi a two day total of but still trailed the Jack Sheck ADMISSION PRICES. Time Trials, Friday Saturday, advance S2, gate, S3. Sunday race, S5, gale S6. Grandstand S2, S3, SI. S5. Peddock passes, S5 for all three days. "HOT SUMMER NIGHT" rock festival tickeis, includes rock festival and Can-Am. Children under 6 free must be accompanied by adult. WIN A CAMARO Advance ticket holders eligible for draw on 1970 Camaro and four tickets to final Can-Am at Sears Point, California via CP Air. TICKETS BATE S GRANDSTAND EDMONTON- Race Headquarters, Macdonald Hotel and the Bay, GATE Mikes, Stedelbauer, Edmonton Motors, Don Agencies, Harold's Stereo TV, Growlh Fund, Inland Importers. Consumers Welding, Pepsi Cola Plant. CALGARY.all GM Dealers. MAIL ORDER Can-Am Promotion Committee, Box 3095, Station A, Edmonton. SUPERVISED FREE PARKING SUNDAY JULY26-TIME TRIALS, JULY "JiV JULY 25 EDMONTON INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY, CANADA ter rig from Edmonton by four tenths of a second. The Sheckter wagon, drive by Tom Dorchester of Weste rose, was timed in Friday for a two day total o Dorchester, 59-year-ol Canadian chuckwagon drivin champion, had the top tim Thursday night, Third Friday night and over all was the Ken Borek ri from Dawson Creek, B.C., driv en by Allen Brown, with a tota Lime of Lazarick Throws Two-Hitter In a City Recreation Senior Baseball game the Creighton Cubs trimmed Milk River 2-1 in a hard fought contest. It was more or less a pitch- ing duel between Greg Lazar- ck of the Cubs and Hon Ste- vens of Milk River both display- ing fine hurling. Lazaruk emerged as the win- ner throwing a two-hitter while Stevens had to settle with the oss. Howie Heggedal and Jim Campbell each rapped out a ouble for the Cubs-while Keith Dangerfield and Ron Stevens out a single apiece in a osing cause. In the Lethbridge Recreation f nior Baseball League Thurs- ay the Lethbridge Miners oubled the score on the En- hsnt Red Sox 6-3. Randy Maxwell picked up the for the Miners while S'el- mer Peterson suffered the loss. Next league action will be eld tonight when the Leth- ridge Creighton Cubs will host lilk River. Game time will be at 8 p.m. t the Henderson Baseball ark. hit through six. He aiko had struck out nine, including Paul Blair and Frank Hc'oicscn three Limes each. But three singles, a walk a fielders' chcice got Baltimc two runs wilh one cut in t seventh, chasing Cain, aim! Tim merman, who is making name fca1 himself, strolled out the bullpen. HAS SAVED 10 Ha got out of that jam and ci down Hie Orioles without a h through the final two innings f his 10th save to go with two vi taries since he was recallec from. Toledo June 10. Willie Mays, poised on t] threshold of one of baseball greatest achievements, neec only a hot weekend against tl Houston Astros to celebrate th plateau in Tuesda night's All-Star Game at Cincin nati. Mays, who'll be the startin centre fielder for the Nation league All Stars, cracked twnd Grole. San FnnCjico i M i Houilon igl 012 MO- 5 i 1 Rebirger Davlson John- son (8) and Dielz; Lemasler Culver Bouton Gladding (J) Edwards, Phll.dolphll oil 000 0 D Chicago 020 DOO 250 G. Jackson Lersch (7) and Ryan; Jenkins no-lo] and Hlalt. Wright Abernalhy (9) and Klrkpalrick. HRs: Kirk- pulrick SECOND Chicago m MO Kansas City 000 110 241 Miller (3-5) Weed (8) end Joseph- son; Booker ind Klrkpalrick. HR: (ID. Baltimore 000 000 242 Detroit .010 201 4 13 Palmer Leonhard (7) and Elcheharreri; Cain (9-2) Tlmmermin (7) and Freehan- HR: Boilon .201 OCO 11 B Cleveland 000 1 7 1 Peters (7-8) and Moses; Hand (2-1) HlBflins (7) and Fosse. HR: Irzemskl New York HO 1 4 I Washlnglon MI mo I I Kline (0-T) and Globs; Bosnian (9-7) ind Casanova. HRs: Wash-Howard KELLY SPRINGFIELD "TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" FOUR FULL PLY "PRESTIGE" 1Q.95 Blackwdl 650-13 Othtr comparably low INSTALLED FREEI EASY CREDIT TERMS ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE ioi lit AVI South 'non. U37-ASS6 3J7 ;