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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, July 14, 1970 THE LETH8RIDGE HERALD 7 National League Favored Tonight Powerful Line-Up Faces Pitcher Palmer CINCINNATI (AP) Every- body wonders what kind of bounces the baseballs will take tonight in the first all-star game ever played on a wall-to-wall carpet. Everybody except Jim Palmer. Palmer, whose strong right arm is expected to provide the impetus for an American League challenge to the Nation- al's seven-year all-star resign, is more concerned about balls that don't bounce. And he has 148 good reasons to worry. "How am I going to relax to- night with that lineup .waiting for the Baltimore Orioles' pitching ace asked Monday after he was given the starting assignment against Tom Seaver of New York Mets in the 41st all-star game. Lined up against Palmer on the aslroturf of Riverfront Stad- ium, new home of Cincinnati Reds, will be six of the game's most prolific longball ANDY CAPP JUST A MINUTE -THIS IMPORTANT DECISION I'M WAITIN FOR.WR. ANSWER.' b'xER WANT MET1 WALK OUT OF NER LIFE OR NOT? .....WELL? Race Results CALGARY (CP) Race results from Victoria Park Monday: First claiming, 2-year-old maidens, (Jackson) 17.00 12.10 5.40, Point To Me 22.70 7.80, Rectifier (stadnyk) 3.70. The Wisp, Dlslsmaglc, Tola Nymph, Lonely Street, Suttle King also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds, 7 fur- Twist (Bflllngsley) 3.50 2.90 2 40, College Count (AAcCauley) 6.BD 4 40, Vibrant (Stadnyk) 6.80. Time: 3-5. Oh My Honey, Dear Deer, Brown Monarch, Cosmic Kid, Saucy Jay also DAILY DOUBLE: Koosman Suffers Elbow Ailment NEW YORK (AP) Jerry Koosman, the New York Mots' ace lefthander, has suffered a recurrence of an ailment in his left elbow. Koosman, who received a pain-killing shot Sunday, will work out at Shea Stadium Wednesday before the team leaves for Los Angeles and if pronounced fit, will take his regular turn this week. HAVE YOUR COMBINATION SIDEWALKS TAKEN OUT TO MAKE DRIVEWAYS. ALSO ACROSS BOULEVARDS. PHONE 327-6834 FREE ESTIMATES Third claiming, 3-year-old maidens, 7 furlongs. More Travel (Stadnyk) 4.90 3.90 3.60, Winning Skip (Haynes) 9.50 5.80, A Prince Rouser (Glesbrechl) 5.20. Time: Lady Harcon, Something High, Twi- light Mood, Centennial Page, New- lynne also ran. Fourth allowance, 3-year-olds, miles. Kino sparkle (Hunt) 48.30 18.80 4.90, Sootime (Stadnyk) 8.50 4.80, Sun- shine Charlie (Coombs) 3.50. Time: i-S. Leisures Memory, Stokes Road, Prince D Reabrun, Western Haze also ran, Filth claiming, 4-year-olds. 7 tur- longs. Ky Eternal (Earrofay) 6.00 4.00 2.60, Helen Grey C (Cuthbertson) 10.80 4.40, Majlc Cort (Billlngsley) 3.50. Time: 3-5. Bonny Airs, Mobile Service, Dashing Knight, Haydns Secret, Wee Ladclie also ran. EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up. IVa miles. Hermlnes King (Barroby) 5.80 3.50 2.60, Hop! Joe (Billingsley) 4.10 2.70, Monty B (Coombs) 2.50. Time: 1-5. Tall Ridge, Major Mack also ran. Seventh Special Claiming Handicap, 4-year-olds and up, miles. Priddis Dandy (Shields) 16.20 3.50 2.60, Wood National (Barroby) 11.70 6.50, Perfect Host (Turetsky) 5.30. Time: 1-5. Weedani, Dark Numbers, A Greal Expect, Kathys Miss, Parents Joy, Mainly Cloudy, Kentucky Story also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds, 7 fur- You (Jewell) 18.00 7.60 5.80, o Be Blue (Rasmussen) 8.80 3.50, Tiger Tuff (Billlngsley) 2.40. Time: 35. Tudor K, Mydar, Boutique Belle, Setay Soo, Haydens Electra also ran. QUINELLA: 511.90. (JtaafQ REGULAR AND KINGS Ponies Arrive This Weekend Thoroughbred racing anc pari mutuel betting will be one of the main attractions at this year's edition of Whoop-Up Days. Commencing Monday, July 20 at 2 p.m. the ponies will take to Exhibition Track for a six- day meet. This marks the first time in the history of the local Carty Anxious To Play CINCINNATI (AP) At- lanta's Rico Carty, extremely anxious to play in his first all-star game tonight, will be gunning for his top effort in the classic so he can repay a huge debt he says he owes. Carty, who has led the Na- tional League in batting much of the year, owed the debt to fans for writing his name in on the all-star ballot and pick- ing him to start. "I am grateful to the fans of this Carty said following batting drills Mon- day for the game in River- front Stadium. "I don't know what I can do to pay them back except to give them 100 per cent, my best possible performance. "If I don't do well, I'll just wait until next year." Carty missed all of 1968 and part of last year because of tuberculosis. But he fought back from the respiratory ail- ment and hit at a .342 mark for 104 games. He also had 16 homers and 58 HBIs. He en- tered this1 year batting .311 lifetime. Another new name on the all-star squad is rookie pitch- ing ace Wayne Simpson of Cincinnati. Last year at this time, Simp- son was straggling through a disappointing season with the 3eds' Indianapolis club. He fin- ished with a 7-13 record and a joor earned run average but he iound his control in winter base- iall and has posted an outstand- ing 13-1 mark this year. Blass' Arm Just Bruised PITTSBURGH (AP) Pitcher Steve Blass' throwing arm isn't fractured, as had been reported earlier, the Pittsburgh Pirates said Monday Team doctors described the injury as a "painful and serious >ruise." Blass was struck Sunday on the right forearm by a line drive off Cardinal catcher Joe Torre during a game in St. SEASON TICKET SALES Lethbridge Sugar Kings Home Games Go On Sale WEDNESDAY, JULY 15th at KOBAL'S GROCERY 320 13th St. North 2-5 p.m. and p.m. Exctpt Sat, July 18, Sun., July 19 and 26th last year's ticket holders urged to pick up their ticket! by Septembtr 1st. 25 HOME GAMES 27.50 A deposit will hold your ticket till Sept. 1st. Come out and enjoy the fastest game in the ivorld exhibition that thoroughbred racing has been staged and of- ficials feel quietly confident of a success. The horses, which will be coming from various States in the U.S., including Mont ana, Washington, Utah, Idaho, Cali- fornia and the Dakota's, are currently running in Helena, Mont, but will be here directly after a meet in Shelby. All the horses, jockeys and trainers will be new to south- ern Alberta racing fans and so, as a service to our readers, to familiarize you with some of the horses and jockeys The Lethbridge Herald will, in the next few days, run results from Helena and Shelby. Today's first set of results are from last Friday but only the top three horses in each race and their jockeys and what they paid were available. It is hoped distances and claiming prices will be included" in later list- RESULTS Pint Ract 1. Genoa {BramlEt) 26.60, J.BO, 2.40; 2. Will's Worry (Leon- ard) 3.20, 2.40; 3. War Doctor (Simp- son) 2.20. Second Race (Leon- ard) 15 00, 4.00, 3.00; 2, Travel Talk (Schilling) 6.80 3.60; 3. Parks Society (Smith) 5.00. DAILY DOUBLEi Third Race 7. Ladles Star [Bram- let) 17.40, 10.60, 6.20; 2. Scorpion Squaw (Myers) 3.BO, 3.60; 3. Ima Jodl Bar (Hewitt) 6.20. QUINELLA: 383.40. Fourth 'Race 1. Vondonna (Hew- itt) 5.00, 2.80, 2.60; 2. Kin Pan (Leon- ard) 3.30 2.80; Bull Step (Burrows) 4.40. QUINELLA: Fifth Race 1. Katchlns Chant (Smith) 13.40 4.60, 140; 1. Woman Crazy (Dacig) 3.20, 2.60; 3. Wig Bar Change (Fitzpafrick) 2.60. QUINELLA: Sixth Race 1. Gemini Jag (Bram- let) 6.60, 4.00, 2.80; 2. Printers Dandy (Slmoson) 5.40, 3.60; 3. Hi Bar Tony (Smith) S.80. QUINELLA: S14.BO. Seventh Raca 1. Chocolate Cindy (Smith) no pay available; 2. Kim (Leonard) ?.40 3.00; 3. Wing Miss (Phil- lips) 2.60. QUINELLA: Eighth Race 1. Countess De Rose (Bramlet) 33.60, 9.60, 8.20; 2. Tiper Sam (Balcom) 3.80, 4.00; 3. Persian All (Leonard) 6.40. QUINELLA: S54.H. Ninth Race 1. Csiun Devil (Hew- itt) 3.60, 2.40. 2.60; 2. Toy Print (Bram- et) 2.40, 2.60; 3. Classy Grey (Bear) 4.60. Tenth Race 1. Carta Aflash (joc- key Unavailable) 75.00, 9.40, 7.40; 2. Berl'S Low (Hewitt) 12.60, 4.50; 3 Mr. Lender Man (Smith) 3.M. QUINELLA: S3i.40. Winners Had No Problems In the two games played in the Commercial Men's Fastball League last evening the winners had no problems disposing their oppositions. Dallas entertained the fans in (he first game whipping the HCMP 8-1. Danny Santoni cracked a home run for the winners along with a single. Larry Tratch also pounded out a home run while Jack Fleming and Myron Ell each rapped a triple in gaining the wm. Roy Pennoyer stroked out a double in a losing cause. George Santoni picked up the win while Doug Hartley suffer- ed the loss. The Nu-Mode Homes show- ed no mercy on the Lethbridge aotel club in the second game of the evening bombing them 17-7. Marv Moser picked up the mound verdict over Bill Jackson of the Hotel. Pat Sullivan once again led the Home's offensive attack smashing a grand slam home run. Al Young aided in the win with a double and too singles while Roger Livingston and Mile Maughn chipped in with two singles apiece. For the Hotel Ron Tratch and Jim Tratch both stroked out a double and a single in a losing cause. Action will resume tonight at p.m. when the Lethbridge Hotel will tangle with the RCMP and at p.m. the Contractors will meet the Nu- Mode Homes: Scliroeder Leads Pack PHILADELPHIA (A P) John Scliroeder, son of a former Wimbledon tennis champion shot a three-undcr par 69 to lead a field of 132 golfers Mon- day in (he qualifying round of the Philadelphia Golf Classic. San Francisco Giants' Willie Mays, Louis Cardinals' Ri- chie Allen, Atlanta Braves' Hank Aaron, Tony Perez of Cin- cinnati Reds, Rico Carty of the Braves and Johnny Bench of the Reds. They have belted a total of 148 home runs this season while batting an aggregate .313. "When I heard- Seaver was pitching, I thought he might be an out man for Palmer said. "Then I found out he hit one too last week." HOMERED, BEAT EXPOS Seaver, the National League's 1369 Cy Young Award winner, hit his first major league homer last Thursday night while beat- ing Montreal Expos for his Hth victory of the year. He has S'tched three scoreless innings too previous all-star appear- ances. Palmer, 12-6, will be making his all-star debut. He got the starting nod from manager Earl Weaver of the Orioles because of the National's predominantly right-hand hitting lineup. All of the National League starters swing from the right side except shortstop Don Kessinger, a switcher. Weaver, who intends to follow Palmer with southpaw Sam McDowell of Cleveland Indians and right-hander Jim Perry of Minnesota Twins, hopes the early right-to-right ratio will be x> his club's advantage. While Palmer should have his bands full, starting rath leadoff man Mays, there'll be no easy pickings for Seaver and his col- leagues either. Power also abounds in the American League lineup with Harmon Killebrew, 26 homers, Frank Howard, 24, Boog Powell, 23, and Carl Yastrzemski, 21. The Nationals will take a 22- 17-1 series lead into tonight's game scheduled to start at p.m. MST. The game will be televised by the CBC na- tional network. The National League has won 11 of the last 13 games, the last seven in succession. NEW UNIFORM FOR HODGES-Gil Hodges, manager of the Notional League All- Stars, wears Cincinnati Reds' Jim Maloney's uniform as he chats with newsmen. Hodges had to borrow the uniform when his equipment failed to arrive in time for a workout. Umpires Lose Out NEW YORK (AP) A U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Monday a federal judge's dis- missal last Dec. 10 of com- plaints against organized base- ball brought by two American League umpires, Al Salerno and BUI Valentine. The two umpires who were fired contended they were vic- tims of anti-trust violation and were dismissed for trying to or- ganize an umpires' union. VACATION MOTORISTS Don't Start Your Vacation Trip Without A RADIATOR FLUSH Save yourself unncessary roadside stops due to over- heated engine we can perform this work for you expertly and efficiently with our modern equip- ment! i! 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