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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI UTHBRIDG! HERALD Saturday, July 18, 1970 ANDY CAPP WHAT'S VOLJR RAQUEL WELCH FOR 'ER MONEY WELL.fOU KMOW ROMANCE r r-.- is-RUBE- Dodgers NipMets Pirates Pad Margin By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Roberto Clemente of the Pitts- burgh Pirates accepted rookie pitcher Wayne Simpson's offer- ings Friday night, slamming them for a single, triple and homer. The homer gave the Pirates a 4-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds and increased to Vk games their National League East lead over the New York Mets, who lost 1-0 to Los Ange- les Dodgers on Wes Parker's bases-loaded single. Clemente, who said he had trouble hitting against Simpson in winter ball, praised the young right-hander's ability and said: "I told General Manager Joe Brown during the winter that if he had a chance to get take him with my eyes closed." Clemente not only did in the object of his praise with his bat, he kept Simpson, who had won 10 straight, from getting off the hook by cutting down Tommy Helms at the plate with a per- fect throw from right field in the ninth. In other action, Willie Mays belted a three-run homer, his only hit, to move within one hit of the mark in San Fran- cisco Giants' 7-3 loss to Mont- real Expos. St. Louis Cardinals snapped an eight-game losing streak by trouncing Atlanta Braves 11-C, Houston Astros topped the Chicago Cubs 5-2 and Philadelphia Phillies ripped San Diego Padres 8-3. WRESTLING ICE ARENA MONDAY, JULY 20 8.30 p.m. CAGED! STEEL WIRE AROUND RING! ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs. MIGHTY URSUS MIXED MIDGET TAG MATCH Plus 4 More Tremendous Bouts ADMISSION Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Saturday afternoon and Monday night on CJLH-TV Channel 7 Manny Sanguillen started Pittsburgh's comeback by smacking a two-run homer in the fourth to cut the Reds' load to 3-2. Clemente trippled in the sixth and scored on Al Oliver's sacrifice fly to tie and then won it in the eighth. Denny McLain failed to finish for the fifth time in as many starts Friday night but the Ti- gers continued to gain ground in the American League East with a 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox. The White Sox knocked out McLain, reinstated July 1 after a half-season suspension for 1967 gambling activities, in the eighth inning. But Dick Mc- Auliffe's run-scoring single in the ninth gave the Tigers the game. The victory, coupled with Bal- timore Orioles 6-5, 10-inning loss to Minnesota Twins, sent the Ti- gers within five games of the first-place Orioles. California Angels bombarded Washington Senators 10-0 and remained four games off the Twins' West Division pace. New York Yankees drubbed Oakland Athletics 7-1; Boston Red Sox downed Milwaukee Brewers 8-2 and Cleveland Indians topped Kansas City Koyals 6-0 in other league games. McLain, who had lasted a maximum of seven innings in four previous appearances, took a 3-2 lead into the eighth at Chi- cago. Then Bill Melton pulled the White Sox even with his 16th homer and a single by Gail Hopkins sent the Detroit right- hander to the showers again. Cesar Gutierrez walked in the ninth and stole second before Mickey Stanley was walked in- tentionally and McAuliffe deliv- ered the tie-breaking hit. HE LOSES, TEAM WINS McLain has recorded no wins and two losses and has a 5.28 earned run average for his 30 2-3 innings of work, but the Ti- gers have won the other three games he started while going 11-5 over-all this month to climb from third place, seven games behind the Orioles, into the run- ner-up spot. ADMISSION PRICES -TimeTrials, Friday Saturday, advance 52, gate, S3. Sunday race, advance S5, gate SB. Grandstand S3, S4, S5. Paddock passes, S5 for all three days. "HOT SUMMER NIGHT" rock festival tickets, advance 57, gate 58, includes rock festival and Can-Am, Children under 6 free, must be accompanied by adult. WIN A CAMAHO Advance ticket holders eligible for draw on 1970 Camaro and four tickets to final Can-Am at Sears Point, California via CP Air. TICKETS GATE GRANDSTAND EDMONTON- Face Headquarters, Macdonald Hotel and the Bay. GATE Edmonton Motors, Don Wheaton, Sabina Agencies, Harold's Stereo TV, Western Growth Fund, Inland Importers, Consumers Welding, Pepsi Cola CALGARY nil GM Dealers. MAIL ORDER Can-Am Promotion Committee, Box 3095, Station A, Edmonton. SUPERVISED FREE PARKING SUNDAY JULY26-TIME TRIALS, JULY <5tigRi" ROCK FESTIVAL, SAT, JULY 25 EDMONTON INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY, CANADA Whoop-Up Days Opens With Horse Racing 'They're Off And Running' Heard RACE SELECTIONS By Willie Ketchum MONDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for three year olds and upward HAGNA ED SQUARENADER KIM'S DELIGHT GEMELO JIG CALL ME SUNNY HURRY HALLY FIVE FURLONGS Ran good in Montana Oldie but goodie May need an out Hss. speed tour ways SECOND Claiming for three year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS WAR DOCTOR 122 FLUME FLO QU1LLO ETERNAL K B1MELACT WAGON BOSS 122 THIRD RACE 5500 Alowance for three year maidens Recent winner at Shelby Speed and good post Well bred Outside chance Good longshot Nothing to recommend SEVEN FURLONGS SISTER BECK WILLOW LEE RAE OF GOLD FIERY DOLL NED'S HOOD PHID PETITE BEL Likes distance Dangerous contender Will be right there......... Has good post position Could surprise FOURTH RACE SSOO Claiming three year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS 121 By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports There will be plenty of reason .to whoop' it up during 1970 Whoop-Up .Days. Everything is geared for a Monday opening to the six-day show and from an entertainment standpoint things couldn't be better. It lias long been the policy of the Lethbridge Exhibition board to provide, a bigger and better show eacli time out. This year is no exception. In past years Lethbridge I, held a successful rodeo and 8 then the rodeo was joined by chuckwagon races. The two to- gether made for an outstanding show but the officials felt something was missing. Nothing is missing this time around. Thoroughbred horse racing and pari-mutuel betting will be a lu'ghh'ght of the six-day event commencing Monday. Lethbridge Exhibition Board officials have reached an agreement with the Rocky Mountain Racing Association and Lethbridge and district race enthusiasts will be treated to the best in horse racing by some of the top colts in the northern United States and as far west as Vancouver as well as a number of local'entries. Tiie horses, currently at Shelby, will arrive from Mon- tana, Washington, California, the Dakotas, Idaho and Utah. Post time each day is set for two o'clock with eight races daily. Also included in each day's racing, except Wednesday, will be a feature race. Monday's feature will be the High Society Handicap while Tuesday the horses and their riders will ba seeking top honors in the Kainai Warriors Handicap. Wednesday is the only day without a feature race while Thursday the feature will be the Youth Fair Board Handicap followed by the Coal- dale Handicap Friday and Sat- urday's Whoop-Up Days Claim- ing Handicap. Secretary for the six-day meet is Don Miller. Monday evening the chuck- wagons begin a four-day stand. Action gets under way at seven o'clock each evening with the finals set for Thursday just prior to the opening of the rodeo events. This year the rodeo will run three days starting on the Thursday evening at eight. Fri- day and Saturday the action will commence at seven o'clock. Rodeo officials arc hopeful some of the top cowboys in the world of professional rodeo will be on hand. Already listed to attend is Kenny McLean, the top saddle bronc rider at the Calgary Stampede heading into tonight's finals. McLean has always enjoyed a great deal of success at the Lethbridge rodeo. He has also been Canadian all-round champ- ion for the past three years. Also expected to attend is Malcolm Jones, former Cana- dian bareback bronc riding champion and Jim Gladstone, 1869 Canadian calf roping champion. The exhibition Infield will get a real good workout next week. 117 QUIET RIDE DUSKING SOME CLASS HI TIPPER PAR K SOC1 ETY TIN PAN GENOA MEO CLASS (Also eligible Vondonna, JeriKel) FIFTH Sl.500 Claiming three year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS 10? Has won his sh Ran good last year Speedy horse Name explains Could be winner Outside possibility Could upset Not Today Bad post position WILD BRUCE Smart train IRISH COLONEL RACING ROUND BERMGALE CHINA MOON TICKET RIPPER SIXTH Claiming for three year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS Gocd U.S. horse Might get up tor part Watch this one close Not with this name COURT FINNEGAN OWNER'S EVENT MORE REGARDS CANEL PAT NEWEL'S CHOICE MACKREL SKY 172 Drops in class May win handily Approaching good raci Gets llghl weight SEVENTH RACE Claiming for three year olds and up- ward The Society Purse PLEASANT HOUR CROFT LAKE CARTA FLASH I MISS YOU ESPRIT'S SON FIRE LINE EIGTII RACE SEVEN FURLONGS Light weight, good horse Rider could make this a winner Good form in recent years Will have to do best Has been off for sometime Not with these TWO CENTS MAHMOUD MISS FLYING DASHER TIMID TAMMY TRAVEL TALK BLUE SLEEVES WODDAH for three1, four and five year old maidens SEVEN FURLONGS Daddy sires good distance runners 1 Could break maiden here 1 Speed horse, bad post Can't be timid here............... 3 Has some good races Shows little 5 Not today......................... Race Results CALGARY (CP) Friday sults at Victoria Park: -old maidens, First claiming, 2-yea 5 STorce (Haynes) 7.50 3.8Q 3.10 Speedy Beauty (Patheco) 5.70 5.30, Slisei (Jackson) 4.60. Time: 3-5. Aoril Wonder, County Scandal, Dlf- fy-s Dancer, Magic Dirk, Western Leader also ran. Second SI 400, claiming, 3-year-old maid- Mr. Beisekcr (Patheco) 7.70 5.60. Swan Babe (McCaLtley) 3.90. vaTe Good, Blue DM, Coco Glgl. Ron Dot also ran. D4ILY DOUBLE: Track Scratch: Patty's Centennial. Thirfl claiming, 3-year-olds, Lane (Norrris) 10.60 I.W 2.70, Fast Friday (Bllllngsley) 3.30 APPOINTMENT LYLE SHEARER Mr. Howard Fleming Presi dent of Fleming Motors ltd., is pleased lo announce ihe appoint- ment of Lyle Shearer to the posi- tion of Body Shop Foreman. Lyle comes to us with vast knowledge of auto body work, having been associated with this field for 22 years. The past 12 years Mr. Shearer has operated his own shop in Picture Butte. He welcomes his friends and former customers to give him a call or drop in wiih their neces- sary repairs. Lyle is married with 6 children. FLEMING MOTORS LTD. BODY SHOP 427 2nd St. S. Phone 327-1591 2 50, News Media (Lawson) 2.90. Time: 1-5. Mr. El Con, Honorule also ran. Fourth claiming, Dark Susan (Hunt) 12.80 6.M 4.70, Silk Buttons fBillingsley) 8.40 4.70, Ice Alley (Rasmussen) 2.90. Time: Flash Attack, Racy Rascal, Momen- tarily, Dark Susan, Simalo, Some Flag also ran. Fifth claiming, 4-year-slds and uo. 7 furlongs Sailing Now (Stadnyk) 6.80 3.00 270, Luredale (Bllllngsley) 3.00 2.40, Jet Courier (Rasmussen) 2.50. Time: 2-5. Hour Magic, Crazy Nose, Queen Dale, Famous Terry, Triple Banner also ran. EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds, IVa Thumprlnce (Sarroby) 4.20 3.70 2.80, Hewinsum (Hedge) 4.00 3.40, Wee Cel- tic (Cuthbertson) 3.40. Time: 3-5. chim Chere, Flying Nib, Diplomsdo, Weedanl, Super Quill also ran. Seventh claiming Bow Valley Purse, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Magic Grey (Barroby) 10.80 4.60 3.10, Singing Surf (Stadnyk) 3.40 2.60, Keno Kid (Hedge) Time: 2-5. Als Image, Emplls Largo, ParKes, Vast Opportunity, West Wind Gal also Eighth claiming, 3-year-olds, Bfe 'King Dreamer (Parsons) 9.40 5.50 2.70, Wellington Lad (Calangelo) 3-90 3.40, L'olltas Hopa (Barroby) 4.70. Time: 1-3. Pour Me Another, Nipawin, Prince Grey, Astro prince. Jumping Giant also ran. QUINELLA: Cubs Gain In the Lethbridge Recreation Senior Baseball League the Creighton Cubs picked up a 7-4 victory over the Vulcan Giants Andy Shorthouse gained win, but needed some assist- ance from Dennis King in doing so. Doug Drake went the dis- tance for the Giants and suf- fered tlie loss. For the Cubs Cal O'Brien had fine night up at. the plate stroking three singles in four tries. Athol Thomas aided the win rapping out a three bagger. Don Mallmberg slugged a dcu- ble and a single while John Pol- lard poked out two singles in a losing cause. Tli3 Cubs will be free this weekend with no scheduled games on hand. Hernandez Wins Boxing Title OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Art Hernandez of Omaha won the North American middleweight boxing title Friday night on an llth-round technical knockout over Nate Williams of Las Vegas, Nev. JOINS WEST MOBILE HOMES SALES STAFF MURRAY SKELD1NG Mr. Fred Keiver, Manager of Mid West Mobile Homes wishes to announce thaf Mr. Murray Sketding has joined their Sales Staff. Murray wishes 1o welcome all his friends and former customers to drop in and see him. See all ihe Sales Staff at ihe Lethbridge and District Exhibi- tion. At Philadelphia Casper Leads PHILADELPHIA (A P) Billy Casper pondered the ques- tion for about 10 seconds. Why is he one of the most consistent players on the professional golf torn-? 'I think it's because I'm a well-rounded said Cas- per after carding a for a 36-hole total of 135 to take the lead in the Philadelphia Golf Classic. I don't have to rely on one area of my Casper ex- plained. "When one area is weak another gets stronger. Something always seems to pick up where the other leaves off." C a s p e r's five-under-par 67 Friday along with his first- round 68 left him nine-under-par for 36 holes, a one-stroke lead over Charles Coody of Abilene, Tex., who has put together two rounds of 68 for a 36-hole total of 136 over the White- marsh Valley Country Club course. Bob Murphy of Jacksonville, Fla. had a two-under-par 70 in the second round and a tie at 137 with Ray Floyd, who fired a four-under-par 68 to go with his initial day 69. Australia's Bruce Crampton and Bunky Henry of Valdosta, Ga.'are bracketed at 13S ES 73 made the cut 146 for the final two days of the 72-hole tournament. Crampton shot a 07 and Henry 69 Friday. Two Toronto golfers made tile cut. George Knudson had a 70 Friday for a 142 total while Gary Bowerman had rounds of 73 and 72. Al Baldin.2 of To- ronto, and Ken Ful- ton of Ste. Julie. Que., 150, did not qualify. ELR1CH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GEL 51 40 .560 .534 2'A Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta..... San Francisco Houston San Diego 47 41 a 44 40 48 33 49 38 51 West .427 13 ._ 27 .700 S3 35 .602 43 45 41 45 .477 20 39 51 .433 .24 36 56 28 7 .489 TODAY'S GAMES Cincinnati Msrrltt 14-7 at Pittsburgh Vealfi 6-10 N Atlanta Nash 10-2 at St. Louis Gibson 12-4 N Chicago Hands 10-6 at Houston BH- Mngham 7-2 N New York Sadeckl 7-3 at Los An- geles Osteen 11-7 Philadelphia Bunnlng 6-9 at San Diego Roberts 5-6 or Ross 2-3. Montreal Nye 2-2 or McGinn 6-6 at San Francisco Perry 13-8 or Marl- chal 3-7 RESULTS FRIDAY Montreal 111 101 03i-7 11 0 San Francisco 000 DM 353 Morton Raymond (8) and Bateman; Marichal McCormick Davlson Johnson (9) and Dielz. HRs: Montreal, Jones (2) San Francisco, Mays New York 000 OOt OM 0- 6 5 8 Los Angeles 000 OHO 000 Seaver, McGraw (1-3) (1) and Grote; Button (11-61 and Haller. Philadelphia 211 Old 8 10 1 San Diego ..101 000 12 2 Wise (7-7) and Ryan; KIrby (5-11) Herbel and Canniiiaro. HRs; Pha (2) (9) SanD-Gaston Atlanta 001 002 t 10 4 St. Loiiii 313 300 15 1 Stone (7-6) Kesfer Prlddy (51 and King; Briles (3-21, Limy (3) and Torre HRs: Allen Chicago 000 Ml 7 1 Houston .000 005 '7 1 Jenkins Rodriguez Re- gan (7) and Hiatt; pferker (9-S) and Edwards. Cincinnati 102 BIO 3 Pittsburgh 000 201 4 1 Simpson (73-2) and Bench; Nelson, Pena Glusti (8-1) and San- gulllen. HRs: Clements LEAGUE LEADERS 48 Perez, cine.....337 Carty, Atl 307 Clemente, Pgh 287 Grabark'ti, LA 285 Hlckman, Chi 282 Oietz, SF...... 268 Gaston, 5D 346 Rose, Cine 356 B. Williams, Chi Menke, Ho R H Pet. 69 121 .359 66 100 .358 40 102 .355 56 96 .337 58 94 .333 45 89 .322 52 114 ,329 67 115 .323 78 112 .321 45 103 ,315 Bench, cine Runs Batted In: Perez 93; Bench 81. Pitching: Simpson, Cine 13-2, .867; Nash, Atl, 10-2, .833. 327 Runs: Perez, 30; AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Baltimore Detroit New York Boston Cleveland Washington 55 49 Minnesota California Oakland Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago West 31 .618 .563 .545 .529 .455 .444 .655 .602 .533 .379 .352 .341 5 Aft 8 Mft 27ft TODAY'S GAMES Cleveland McDowell 13-4 at Kansai City Butler 3-8 Detroit Lolfch 8-10 at Chicago Mag. nuson 0-0 Minnesota Perry 12-7 at Baltimore McNally 12-6 California 'Bradley 0-0 at Washington Brunei 6-5 Oakland Roland 1-1 at New York Kline o-l Milwaukes Krausse 8-10 a! Boston Peters 7-9 RESULTS FRIDAY Detroit 201 000 9 1 Chicago .100 TOO 11 I McLaln, Kilkenny Timmerman (3-1) Patterson Hiller (9) and Frechan; John Crider Wood (4-9) (9) and Herrmann. HRs: Freehan Mellon Minnesota 000 100 311 11 fl Baltimore 100 101 201 5 9 1 Zepp, Kaat Williams (71, Per- ranoskl (8) and Tlschlnskl; Har- Richert Watt (2-6) and Hendricks. Reese Hendricks Cleveland 000 102 S 13 1 Kansas City 010 000 101- 0 2 1 Dunning Hennlgan (9) and Fosse; Johnson Burgmeier Monteagudo Abernalhy (9) and Kirkpatrick. Oakland 100 000 189 New York OCO 410 7 11 1 Hunter (13-B) Lachemann blad Locker Osleen (8) and Duncan; Sfoltlemyre (9-8) and Muiv son. HR: Milwaukee 101 000 10 3 Boston 001 032 11 1 Brabpnder Humphreys Sanders Gelnar (7) and McNert- ney; Siebert Koonce (6) and Satriano. California 013 200 14 fl Washington ooo oco o 4 o Wright (13-6) and Egan; Cox Brown Such Grrenda (9) and Casanova. HRs: (2) Repot Wright LEAGUE LEADERS AB f Pet. 346 46 114 .329 285 58 93 .326 281 55 91 .324 351 65 113 .322 334 58- 107 .320 338 63 107 .317 313 54 99 .316 345 72 108 .313 339 48 105 .310 334 60 103 .308 253 26 78 .308 Home Runs: Killebrew, 28; F. How- ard, Wash. J. Powell, 24. Runs balled in: J. Powell, 76 Kille- brew, Minn, 75. Pitching: Cain, Det, 9-2, .BIS; Mc- Dowell, Clev., 13-4, .765. A. Johnson, Cal Klllebrew, Min F. 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