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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 20, 1970 OUT OF SIGHT Oakland Athletics' Reggie Jackson is tagged out his face. Jackson was out at third trying to stretch a double, in a cloud of dust by Boston Red Sox' Dick Schofield as His he met slips over Timers Move Within Three Two a four point sweep this weekend over the Sons it now puts them back .into first place with a three point edge over the Action will resume in the Alberta Lacrosse League next weekend with the Lethbridgo Native Sons hosting the Edmonton Inglewood Shamrocks for two games. By LLOYD YAMAGISIIF Herald Sports Writer In the Alberta Lacrosse League the Lethbridge Native Sons dropped two games to the visiting Edmonton Meadowlarks this weekend. Meanwhile the Lethbridge Juvenile Lancers fared well and picked up two exhibition wins against an All-Star team from Edmonton. Sunday the Native Sons were eager to pick up a win after Saturday's 10-8 loss, but were denied that priviledge loosing 7-2. Greg Doloski started the Meadowlarks towards their victory scoring just after five minutes of play. Bob Gamble connected again at the five minute mark letfcg the Edmonton squad enjoy a 2-0 lead, until Lyle Miller closed the gap for the Sons with a minute left in the first period. At the beginning of the second period the Sons had themselves a two man advantage, but could not put one past the Meadowlark netminder. As soon as the two man advantage was up Greg Doloski caught a pass from Pete Gamble in the Sons zone and put his second goal of the day past Don Hall. Jim Good finished the scoring off in the second perioc with his fifst of three goals just before the period ended. Coining out into the final period the Sons had a 4-1 deficit but could not muster up a potent offensive attack. Good flipped in his second goal with a quick shot into the top left hand corner midway through the period. The only other Lethbridge marksman, Dave Shardlow, tallied on a beautiful unassistec play before Jim Good scoret his third of the game. Bob Gamble then finished off the scoring with three minues left in the encounter with a quick wrist shot in front of the net. On Saturday night the game was much closer with the Snns dropping a 10-8 verdict. The Sons once again lost in the final stages of the game which seems to indicate that the first year club needs a little more experience when the pressure points come up. Jim Good once again Drt Washington Hannan 4-3 N California Messersmlth M at New York Peterson 10-6 N Oakland Segut 4-5 at Boston Brttt 2-3 N SUNDAY California 100 IXt- S H 1 New York Oil I 5 1 May Larocne (8) and Aicue; Cumberland Waskewski (6) Aker (3) and Munson. SECOND California 102 HO WO- J 7 1 New York 000 100 1 1 i Murphy Garrett Oueen (9) and Egan; Keklch Kllmkow-skl Hamilton (8) and Glbbs, Munson HRs: McMullan Blefary Milwaukee too all J 1 Washington 021 001 4 i 1 Pattin, Humphreys (1-3) (9) tut Roof, McNertney Shellenback (5-3 and Casanova. HRs: Savagi Casanova Cleveland 022 100 J Minnesota 100 HO 1 1 I McDowell (14-4) and Fosse; Blyle-ven Williams Barber (7) and It! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitchers Rudy May and Tom Murphy of the California Angels, both in the middle of two-week military training stints, were flown into New York from California Saturday night at the cost of about for two round-trip tickets. Sunday, they made the strategy payoff by leading a 5-2, 3-1 sweep of the New York Yankees that pulled the Angels to within games of the first-place Minnesota Twins in the American League West division. The Twins fell 3-1 before the Cleveland Indians and' the firepower of pitcher Sam Expi Dowell, who retired 24 straight batters in one stretch. Detroit Tigers swept Kansas City Royals 2-0 and 64 and moved to within 'three games of first-place Baltimore Orioles in the East. Tha Orioles split with the Chicago White Sox, winning 8-2 and losing 7-3. Boston Red Sox belted Oakland Athletics 94 and Washington Senators edged Milwaukee Brewers B May and Murphy failed to finish but both gained victories. May allowed just three hits and both New York runs and boosted his record to 5-6 in working seven inrings in the opening game, while Murphy picked up his- llth victory against six losses in going five innings and yielding three bits and a run in the nightcap. Ken McMullen belted an Wortl single and a two-run homer for the Angels in the second game. McDowell was touched for a wind-blown double by Cesar Tovar and Tony Olive's RBI single in the first, then retired 24 straight Minnesota batters before Rich Heese beat out an infield hit with two out in the ninth. After Reese stole second, the Cleveland lefty ended the game by making Harmon brew his 14th strikeout. McDowell's 14th victory against four losses tied him with Minnesota's Jim Perry as the AL's winningest pitcher this season. The strikeouts boosted his league-leading total to 97, and he also extended his league-leading total of innings pitched to 187. McDowell got the only offensive help he needed when Crai Nettles belted a two-run homer in the third. Norm Cash1 drove in both runs and Tom Timmerman got Sweep Of lasted for two hours and 11 minutes. In Saturday's matches here, BelMn's sharp serves, forceful forehand and blistering double-handed backhand were too much for. Maisdarino. The Brazilian fell back a defensive strategy aind tried to get the Canadian to make the mistakes, but Belkin simply was too strong. In the first match, Koch and Sharpe, both left-handers, battled through long volleys, playing with accuracy. Although it was principally a defensive match, both players frequently placed urireachable shots into the far corner of the opposite court There was little action close to the net. Koch cndrolled tiie pace of the match and ften manoeuvred Sharpe into positions from which the Canadian could not return the bad! Detroit 001 I 7 1 Kansas city 000 wo J Nlekro Tlmmerman (9) and Freehan; Crago Abernatny (9) and Kirkpatrick. SECOND Detroit 000 OM 0 Kansas Cily 000 110 4 J 1 Kilkenny, Reed (1-0) Timmer-man (8) and Price; Morehead, Fitz-morris Abernathy (3-2) Wright (8) and Campanls, Kirkpatrick FIRST Baltimore 023 110 8 14 1 Chicago 001 000 7 1 Palmer (13-6) and Hendrlcksi Hor-len Moore Stange Wei-ver (9) and Herrmann. HRs: Bt Rettenmund Hendrlcks B. Robinson Hopkins SECOND Balllmor. OM 1 Chicago 310 000 7 11 Phoebus Lopez Hall Beene Watt (7) and Etchebarren, Hendrtks Miller Crlder (7) and Josephson. HRs: Powell (25) Mellon Oakland 030 t 1 Boston 000 10 1 Fingers (5-8) Osteen Locker LIndblad Grant (7) and Fernandez; Gulp (10-8) and Moses. HRs: oak Campaneris Yastnemskt Petrocelll SATURDAY'S RESULTS New York 7 Oakland 2 Milwaukee 10 Boston 2 Detroit 5 Chicago 4 Cleveland 4 Kansas City 1 Minnesota 6 Baltimore 3 Washinaton 4 California 1 LEAGUE LEADERS R H Pet. A. Johnson, Cal 357 48 118 .331 Oliva, Minn 342 61 111 F. Robinson, Bal 292 55 95 .32) Harper, Mil 358 66 116 .324 Klllebrew, Minn 293 59 94 .321 Apariclo, Chi 348 44 110 .314 White, NY 349 64 110 .3IS J. Powell, Bal 327 56 103 .31) W. Horton, Del 350 52 110 .314 Cater, NY 348 43 108 .310 Home Runs: Killebrew 29; Powell Runs Batted In: Powell 77; brew 77. Filching nine Decisions: Cain, 9-2, .818, McDowell, Cleve and, 14-4, .778. SAO PAULO, Brazil (CP) Trailing 2-1 afer weekend play, Canada needed a sweep in today's two singles msfches with Brazil to win the Davis Cup American Xone tennis finals. Canada dropped erne, match behind Brazil Sunday as Jose Edson Mandarino and Thomas Koch defeated Mike Belkin of Montreal and John Sharpe of Toronto in the doubles match 6-3, 3-6, 0-6, M 6-a. In today's decisrvt matches Koch meets Belkin and Sharpe takes on Mandarino. In the first stogies matches Saturday Belkin beat Tri ino 6-2, W, 6-2 after Koch defeated Sharpe 9-7, 7-5, 5-7, 8-6. Meanwhile, West Germany clinched the European Xore B finals Sunday at DusseldW when Christian Kuhnfce defeated Russia's Vladimir Korotkov 6-1 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 to clinch the victory. CALLED AT DUSK The second singles was called because of darkness and awarded to the Soviet Union, making the final score 3-2 for the Germans. Russian Alexander Metreveli the first set 6-4 from Wilhelm Bungert. The second set was tied 5-5 when play was halted. The Brazil-Canada winner faces Spain in the quarter-finals while West Germany will meet India. Some Brazilians turned out for the Sunday doubles match at Sao Paulo's Pin-heiros Sports Club. Play was interrupted several times for arguments ovtr line calls. In the first set, Koch and Mandarino co-ordin'ated their court position well and took the first set from the Canadians'. But after the Brazilians fell behind two sets to one, Koch and Mandarino made a complete change of their tactics to take he next two sets. CONTROL PLAY Tlie Brazilians, with a barrage of short services, managed to exact the Canadians from the rear area of the court asid disrupt their cohesion. The Detroit's opening victory over Kansas City. Trailing 4-0, the Tigers rallied to win the nightcap with six runs in the eighth, with two scoring on shortstop Jackie Hernandez' error and two on Don Wert's double. Meanwhile Joe Foy slammec five hits in one game, including two homers to give the New Mets a 7-6 victory over San Francisco Giante Sunday after the Giants won the opener of a double-header 5-3. Foy's five runs batted in during the game kept the seconc place Mets only two games behind Pittsburgh Pirates in the National League East after the Pirates downed the Cincinnati Beds 7-3. In other games, the Chicago Cubs hammered Houston Astros 7-1, St. Louis Cardinals stopped Atlanta Braves 3-1, Philadelphia Phillies surprised Los Angeles Dodgers by sweeping a twinbil 94 and 4-2 and San Diego Padres beat Montreal Expos 6-5, then lost 6-5. Foy's throwing error in the first inning led to three unearned runs in a four-run inning. He made errors in the sixth and seventh too but the Mets escaped unscathed. "I just messed them he said simply, but a teammate told him "it's lucky you were 5-for-5 or the writers would be roasting you." CAME BACK FROM Ron Swoboda of the Giants, homered in the second and singled in the fourth before Foy hii his fourth homer over the left field screen. He tied the score in the fifth with a run-scoring single. Then in the seventh, Foy s n-gled in the leading run and another scored on the play when Willie Mays let the ball gel by him. But three walks and Jolm Ste-phenson's two out single tied the score for San Francisco hi the ninth, setting the stage for Foy's best, a 10th inning shot just fair ovef the right field in four goals while Dave Williams and Pete Gamble aided with two apiece. Gary Aron-son and Bob Gamble rounder off the Meadowlark scoring with singletons. For the Native Sons, Davp Smith who was shutout in Sunday's game whipped in t h r e n markers while Lyle Miller chipped to with two. Other Sons markers .were made by Arn Thomson, Warren Vaile, and Ken Gregus with one goal apiece. In the juvenile action thp Lethbridge Lancers should be proud of themselves taking two games from the Edmonton squad. The Edmonton team was composed of the best juvenile players on the Edmonton Ingle-wood and the Edmonton Meadowlark teams. In Sunday's encounter Dwayne Kitchner led his crew with four goals while singletons were made by Phil Leggs, Bill Ceratti, Dan Iwaskiw and John Nelson. Jim Ross, Bill Lowe and Grant Shann tallied with one apiece for the Edmonton club. Saturday night the Lancers showed no mercy and banged in nine goals while the Edmonton squad could only muster up one. Doug Kirkman, Ken Boychuk and Dwayne Kirchner all slammed in two goals apiece while Brian Andres, Dan Iwaskiw Taylor Will Stay TORONTO (CP) Head coach Leo Cahill of Toronto Ar-gonauts said Sunday that flanker Bobby Taylor will remain with the Canadian Football League team. CahiE had said Saturday that Taylor likely would be traded to a Western Conference team. "I had made up my mind for certain reasons it would be better if Taylor wasn't with us Cahill said. "Until a couple of days ago there was no question that he would bi traded. At least he wasn't going to be with this ball team. "But I did a lot of soul searching Saturday night. He lias been responsible for a lot of the image we have, whether it is good, bad or indifferent. He's a symbol of things we have done in the past." Cahill did not spell out his differences with Taylor. T a y 1 o r 's two-year contract ran out last season, but Cahill said the flanker should sign another in a day or Victory For Cowboys Great Falls turned out to be the same host as Lethbridge was for them. Dallas Cownpys travelled to Great Falls 'over the weekend and came home with one win in three games. Earlier Great Falls had been in Lethbridge and won only one game in three. George Santoni was the losing pitcher as the Cowboys lost 1-0 and 4-3. He was the winner, 8-0 in the third game. Bill McGillis and Dick Lane won the first and second games respectively for Great Falls while the loss in the third game went to David Wins Easily Mark Donohue of Media, Pa., raced his Javelin to an easy victory Sunday and captured the Pony Car race of the Trans-American championship series at the Road American track. Donohue, who led for 25 laps half the distance of WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. ICE ARENA Caged: Abdullah vs Mixed Midget Tag and 4 More Wins Grand Prix BRANDS HATCH, England (AP) Jochen Rindt won a blaring duel with Jack Brabham when Brabham's car out. of gas on the final lap .Saturday, then came out on top in a dispute almost as heated as the race itself to be officially declared winner of the British Grand Prix. Rindt powered his Lotus past Brabham in the movie-script finish, then watched his world (Hving championship lead tot-tor for hours while an inter-nttional jury conducted an inquiry after Hindi's disqualification on an equipment technicality. 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