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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta fl THI tmHRIDG! HfRAlD Tuoiday, July 21, 1970--------- Singer Hurls No-Hitter For Dodgers SINGER TOSSES NO-HITTER Los Angeles Dodgers' Bill Singer, 40, is escorted off the field by teammates after hurling a no-hitter at the Philadelphia Phillies Mon- day evening. Len Gabrielson has his arm around Singer': neck. Hendricks Booms Grand Slam For Orioles Royals Halt Detroit Climb By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EUie Hendricks and the Balti- more Orioles threw cold water on Detroit Tigers surge toward the top in the American League East by bombing the Chicago White Sox 14-5 Monday night be- hind Hendricks grand slam homer and two-run double. The victory boosted Balti- more's lead to four games over .Detroit, which had climbed within three games before los- ing to Kansas City Royals 3-0. After watching Frank Howard blast a long homer in WasMrg- ton Senators 2-0 victory over Milwaukee Brewers, U.S. Presi- dent Richard Nixon came out in favor of Senators manager Ted Williams, rule that keeps his clubhouse closed to sports- writers for IS minutes after each -game. It was a good idea "for politi- cians as well as baseball play- he said. "After a game- win or lose-fellows are a little bit wrought up. So give them time to cool off and then let them talk to the press." Howard's 25th homer with two out in the sixth inning off Al Downing, 3-7, bounced off the mezzanine in centre field, about 450 feet away. The Senators got only one other hit, Tim Cullen's leadoff single in the first inning. He came around on a walk to Howard and a wild pickoff throw to first by catcher Phil Roof. Jin7 Hannan, 5-3, gave only five hits before Darold Knowles replaced him with one out after two singles in the ninth and rec- orded his 20th saved by retiring the side. The Orioles, who had lost three of their last four games while Detroit was winning five in a row, burned up the White Sox with six runs in the second inning, four in the seventh and three in the ninth. Hendricks doubled in two runs in the second and then walloped his first grand slam in the sev- enth as Mike Cuellar, 13- cruised in. Jim Rooker, 6-9, cooled off tl Tigers with -a six-hitter, endin Kansas City's six-game losin streak and the eight-game wii ning string of his mound riva Les Cain, 9-3. Rooker also si gled in one run. Jim Kaat, 8-7, won his 150t major league game for Minn sota Twins with relief help fro: Short Sport FOURTH TITLE CALGARY (CP) Walter Schultz of Calgary hit 198 of 200 targets at the weekend to win the Alberta singles trap-shoot- ing championship. It was his fourth win and en- titled him to represent the prov- ince at Vandalia, Ohio, for the North American championships. OFF TO MEXICO KELOWNA, B.C. (CP) George Athans Jr. of Kelowna goes to Mexico next month to represent Canada at the West- ern Hemisphere water ski championships. CLAIM NICHOLSON VANCOUVER (CP) Jim Nicholson, a 190 pound, live- Eoot 10 inch import running sack put on waivers by British Columbia Lions of the Western ?ootball Conference, has been claimed by Ottawa Rough Rid- ers of the Eastern Conference, Lions announced today. RECORD PRICE LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) Frank McMahon, the lumber ty coon from Vancouver, set world record Monday nigl when he paid for a fu brother to Majestic Prince, wl' won the Kentucky Derby an Preakness for McMahon las year. OFFICIALS UPSET CALGARY (CP) Dona] Cross, chairman of the Calgarj Stampede rodeo committee said Monday the committee would look into the ease 0 three cowboys who refused t ride their stock in rodeo final Saturday. The contestants, Tom Bew, of Longview, Alta., Kennj McLean of Okanagan Falls B.C., and Marty Wood of Pros per, Tex., refused their mounts in the bareback bronc even' suggesting they would not giv hits, but he was the loser as Peter Elkjar was the winner Elkjar struck out five and gave up five hits. Ken Kurtz stroked a double and a single for the Tigers while Bill Harris and' Larry Boulton managed two singles each. Danny Hall pounded but home run a double and a sin- gle and Curtis Klovanski double and a single for the losers. In Big League action the Expos blasted the Giants1 16-2 with Terry Pocza picking up the win over Roger Phelps. Doug Nakama and Pocza each stroked two singles at the plate. In Big League action Mar- tini's Cardinals started the playoffs on the right foot by beating the Parson's Pirates 5-1. John Christensen chucked a two hitter to pick up the win Owner Has Glaucoma OTTAWA (CP) Sam Ber- T, owner of the Montreal Al- ouettes football club, was admit- :ed to an Ottawa hospital Mon- day night suffering from glau- coma, an eye' disease that causes loss of sight. while Allan Korlh suffered the loss. Duke Siewert poked out two singles for the winners and Gerry Veres aided the cause with a triple. For the Pirates Jim Mantle and Gary White each managed a double in a losing cause. first game against St. Louis. Nolan .singled and then scored on Bobby single. _The Reds had tied it 3-3 in the eighth when one run scored on Lee May's double sand another on left fielder Lou Brock's error. May's bases-loaded homer in the loth broke a scoreless dead- lock and gave the Reds the nightcap. Atlanta took its opener against Chicago when Hank Aaron walked with two out in the ninth and his brother, Tommy smashed a homer. In the rain-shortened, night- cap, Don Cardwell held the Cubs down and was backed by Tony G o n z a 1 e s' three-run homer. RBI singles by Al Ferrara and Nate Colbert, Ollie Brown's homer and Pat Dobson's seyeu- hit pitching paced San Diego past Montreal. Show us. Show yourself. In the Canadian Armed Forces you'll have a real opportunity for modern infantry training in ft man's world of aclion among men. We're interested in you and we look after you. You'll get experience and good pay. You'll enjoy the benefits of 30 days leave each year. As well as the opportunity to see new places. The Military Career Coun- sellor will give you all the de- tails on your move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Noon to 9 p.m., Wed., July 22, 1970 THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES I Frmer's J Summer Safely Contest No. 3 FIND THE BROKEN RULE The Elmer rule broken here is number 1. Show which Elmer rule is being broken above and colour the picture. 2. Fill out entry form. Print clearly. 3. Cut out along dotted lines and mail to address .shown. 4. Any Canadian child between 6 and 14 may enter. All entries become property of Elmer the Safety Elephant. Judges' deci- sion final. MAIL BEFORE JULY28TO: SAFETY QUIZ BOX 4075, STATION A. TORONTO ONT. NAME......... STREET ADDRESS.. City or town provincs toy.........Cirf........ CANADA SAFETY The lethbridge Herald ;