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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -------Wednesday, July 29, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Sunning Misses 100th Win Pirates, Mets In Struggle By TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS The Pittsburgh Pirates and the New York Mets continued power struggle in the Na- tional League East Tuesday in Cincinnati and New York. In Cincinnati, where there is seldom a shortage of power with the free-swinging Heds, Dave Giusti came in from the bullpen and short circuited them in the ninth inning as the Pirates slipped off with a 4-3 victory. In New York, Don Clendenon sent a surge through the Mets with two three-run homers as he led them in a 12-2 rout over San Francisco Giants. The victories kept the Pirates one game ahead of the Mels. In other games, Los Angeles Dodgers downed Philadelphia Phillies- 6-2, Montreal Expos nipped San Diego Padres 54, St. Louis Cardinals trimmed At- lanta Braves 6-4 and Houston Astros hammered the Chicago Cubs 10-4. CAME ON IN NINTH Giusti turned off the switch in Cincinnati in the ninth inning. a single, double and a triple, scoring three Met runs and driving in two. Jim McAndrew, 6-8, stopped the Giants- on five hits and fanned Willie Mays three straight times, giving Mays six strike outs in a row before he was taken out. The Dodgers ruined Jim Bun- ning's try for lu's 100th National League victory, which along with his 118 triumphs in the American League would have golf HENDERSON CHAMp-Marilyn. Karch of Calgary won the annual Henderson take women's invitational tournament Tuesday. Marilyn Karch tures Event Capti Marilyn Karch of Calgary paid Henderson Lake Golf Club a visit Tuesday and when the pert young Cowtowner headec for home she had the lions share of the silverware from the annual Henderson Lake women's annual invitational golf tournament. Washington To Lions OTTAWA (CP) Vic Wash- ington, fleet halfback who helped Ottawa Rough Riders to the Grey Cup final before being injured last year, has been transferred to British Columbia Lions, the Riders announced Tuesday. The Eastern Football Confer- ence Riders said the transfer was made for "future consider- ations" from the Lions. Washington, a key factor in the Rider running game last year until he was knocked out late in the season with a knee injury, was suspended by Ot- tawa during, training camp this year. Management said he refused to take training seri- ously and his attitude was hurt- ing team morale. Karch, the reigning Alberta women's amateur golf cham- pion, toured tlie Lake Layout in 82 blows and captured the Speedy Cartage trophy for her efforts. Karch maintained the -Cal- gary domination of the honors. Last year the trophy went to Arlene MacDonald. Barb Home, fresh from triumph at Glacier Park's tour- nament on the weekend, finish- ed second to the winner. Home, the Lethbridge city champion, fired an 85. 'Consolation in the championship flight was won y Carin McBean of Calgary. In the senior competition o f the one-day event Bella Peter came up with top honors. Peter, of the host Henderson Bruce Del Canton 6-1, an- oiher bullpenner making only his second start of the season for the injury-riddled Pirates, had stopped the slugging Reds on and held a 4-2 lead entering the ninth. But a single by pinch-hitter Jim Stewart knocked him out. Joe Gibbon relieved, gave up a bloop single to Bobby Tolan and a bunt single to Pete Rose, and left in favor of Giusti got Tony Perez, wi his 30 homers and 94 joins ba ted in, to hit a sacrifice flj walked Johnny Bench, with his 34 homers and 97 RBI intentio ally, and then struck out Bern Carbo and got Lee May on a fl; Bill Mazeroski had given th Pirates a 3-0 lead in the secon inning with a three-run home his fifth. Jim McGIothlin, 11-5, took th loss. Cincirinsti's lead in th West stands at games ove Los Angeles. Clendenon really turned it o in one of his1 few starts agains a right-hander, Rich Robertson He hit a sacrifice fly in th first inning and then blasted three-run homer in the third fo a 5-0 lead, Then, against a left in the fourth, he hit his. 12th o tile season with two on fo Melton Halts Fanning Streak By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Bill Melton of the Chicago White Sox finally got his bat on the ball Tuesday, the same day it started avoiding the glove of California Angels catcher Tom Egan. Melton ended a string of 10 strikeouts in as many trips to the plate with a ninth inning fly ball as Baltimore Orioles downed, the Chicago squad 4-2. In another American League game, Egan set a league record More Sport On Page 14 bested Viola Calder of Bow Island. Some 80 women took part in the competition. RESULTS Championship flight l. Marilyn Carch, Calgary; 2. Barbara Horne, Lelhbrldge. Consolation Carin Mc- Bean, Calgary. First flgiht 1. Nancy Hisler, Cal- gary; 2. Kalie Wilson, Lelhbridje. Consolation Sheila Robinson, Cal- gary. Second flight 1. Elsie Bower, Lethbridge; 2. Edith Faulkner, Leth- bridge. Consolation Bobby Jones, seven RBI in the game. Little Bud Harrelson strofcec Lethbridgc. Third Night 1. Millie Snawdon, 3. May Scolter, Lelti- onsolalion 1. Ena Rossiter, Lethbrid bridge. Lelhbridgc. Fourth flight 1. Barb Howe, Leth- bridge; 3. Klrsten Morrice, Leth- bridge. Consolation Vera Sinclair, Lclhbrldge. Fiflh flight 1. Carol Nessman, Taber; 2. Dorothy Sheilds, Medicine Hat. Consolation Genny Weeker, Shelby. Sixth flight 1. Dorcen Christian, 2. Maria Wylle, Lethbridge. Consolation Ida Ingle, Bow Island. Seventh flight I. Helen Moftalt, -ethbridge; 2. Cheye Matsumoto, Bow stand. Consolation Edna Haqen, Lethbridge. BERT {.MAC'S Your Cycle Centre of the South BOYS' OR GIRLS' DELIGHT SIDEWALK BIKES Ball-bearing Air tires kick stand and chain guard 41 ,95 B.R.C BICYCLES The bike with Mag wheels 69 ,95 PHILIPS 3 SPEED FOLD-UP BIKES OO 95 Ideal for Campers 89 WE TAKE TRADES TERMS ARRANGED BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 OVER 300 BICYCLES IN STOCK "SERVING SOUTH AlBERTA FOR OVER 30 YEARS" OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Tltt 9 p.m. Lombardi Causes Concern WASHINGTON (AP) Vince Lombardi, who underwent his second abdominal operation in a month, won't return as heac coach of the Washington Red- skins this year, the Washington Post said in its morning editions today. Lombardi, 57, was reported, to be resting comfortablyat Georgetown University Hospital after undergoing what was de- scribed by Redskin officials as additional surgery Monday aft ernoon. The Post, quoting doctors fa- miliar with Lombardi's illness, said the surgery would prevent his return in time to coach the team and serve as chief execu- tive officer. -The latest operation was per- formed by Dr. Robert J. Coffcy, a professor of surgery at the hospital who headed the six- man team which removed a tumor and a two-foot section of Lombardi's colon June 27. Coffey reported last month that a preliminary examination showed the tumor to be nonma- lignant. The surgeon said fur- ther studies would be made. The nature of Monday's oper- ation was not disclosed. with five passed balls, commit- ting a costly error as well as the Angels bowed to the New York Yankees 6-5. Elsewhere, Minnesota Twins trimmed Cleveland Indians 5-2; Kansas City Royals edged De- troit Tigers 7-6; Oakland Athlet- ics downed Boston Red Sox 6-4 and Milwaukee Brewers beat Washington Senators 5-1 on Al Downing's two-hitter. Orioles southpaw Mike Cuel- lar, who tossed a three-hitter for his 14th victory in 20 deci- sionS' fanned Melton three times before the Chicago third baseman flied to left fielder Don Buford-in the ninth, ending his srtikeout skein three short of the AL mark set by Washington pitcher Jim Hannan two years ago- Melton had drawn a walk and been hit by a pitch, in addition I to seven strikeouts, during a doubleheader against Detroit last Friday night. He was mak- ing his first start for the Sox since then. KOUFAX HOLDS MARK The record of 12 strikeouts in consecutive plate appearances was set in 1955 by former Los Angeles mound ace Sandy Kou- Egan's troubles began with a first-inning passed ball. He was charged with another in the :ourth, a third in the fifth and :wo in the sixth when he :'ailed to handle Eddie Fisher cnuckleballs. In that inning Igan also dropped a throw to he plate, allowing Danny Cater to score the deciding run. Yankee catcher Thurman it u n s o n peppered California pitching for lour hits, including a two-run homer. Mike McCormick, acquired ast week from San Francisco, ricked up the victory in his first ;tart for the Yanks.with late-in- ning help from reliever Lindy IcDaniel. Downing, winless ill four pre- 'ious decisions since the Brew- >rs picked him up in a trade rith Oakland, limited the Sena- ors to a third inning bloop sta- le by Tom Grieve and a fifth inning single by Tim Cuellen. Tommy Harper drilled his 2nd hoiner for the Brewers. ilTS 31ST Harmon Killebr'ew's 31st ho- two-run, tie-breaking in the seventh carried he Twins past Cleveland and napped Sam McDowell's win- ing streak at seven games.' IcDowell, 15-5, also was rocked a solo homer by Brant lyea. Bob Oliver of the Royals oled a pair of two-run homers, e second with two out hi the ninth to bring the Royals from ehind against Detroit- Norm ash had sent the Tigers ahead 5 in the eighth with a two-run imer. Sam Bando's two-run blast in Race Results EDMONTON (CP) Race result Tuesday from Norlhlands Park: First claiming, 3-year-oids, 7 fur lonos. Crustacean (Cuthbertson) 12.60 61 3.70, Fallen Miss (Wiseman) 4.90 2.90 Canel Hope (Barroby} 2.70. Time: 4-5. Shuswap Bess, Jum's Joy, Mr. Beis eke, Repreh, Swan Babe also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Jet Courier (Ras'mussen) 3 90 3.10, Bill's Chop Chop (Shields) 6.10 4.60, Speedometer (Barroby) 7.50. Time: Be There John, Oh My Honey, Punt er's Joy, Miss Warlcu, Pintado also DAILY DOUBLE: Hf.JJ. Thim claiming, 2-ytar-olds, 3 fur- longs. French Fairy Tale (Stadnyk) 11.30 '.50 4.M, Suellan (Hedge) 4.10 3.50, Soma Hand (McCauley) S.20. Tlmt: 1.5. Heir Of Hope, Alice Arm, Red Mount, Bonnie Briar Magic, Alikl also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, mlfe and ft Hayden's Belle (Wiseman) 22.90 7.40 4.50, Captain Prefect (Hunt) 320 270, Klondike Quill (Cuthberlson) 4.00. Time: 1.5. Golden Foam, Zip, Draw ajwi ran. Filth Sl.400, claiming, 3-year-olds. 7 fur- longs. Ssllsnl Canadian (Turctsky) 11.71 8.60 Rough And Ready (Billings- ley) 6.60 3.50, Silyarado Trail (Mc- Cauley) 7.50. Time: 1-5. Raceritic, M.d Flapper, Alberta Dawn also ran. EXACTOR: S110.70. Sixth claiming, 4-Year-olds and uo, 7 furlongs. Carmengay (Barroby) a.20 4.60 4.00, Mellowdale (Hedge) 10.30 6.40, Mis- ter Auctioneer (Turetsky) 7 30 Time: 2-5. Fast'Friday, Joy's Taffy, Jr. Orbit, Jean's Goldie, Rapid Dove also ran. Seventh claiming, -l-ycanolds and uo, furlongs. Itsfordcm (Hedoe) 7.10 4.50 3.70, Sharp Reply (stac'nyk) 4.50 3.20, Rag- 'imer (Barroby) 3.JO. Time: 4-5 Oppprlunily, Naughty Nancy, J If r Proud West Wind Gale also ran. claiming, 3-year-oldl, 7 fur- ongs. Pour Me Another (Rasmussen) 11.30 .80 3.20, Big Bambl (Statlnyk) 3.70 .90, Bchi Bchl (Biltingsley) 3.40. Time: 1-5. Mighty Willing. Denorco, Misi Geor- y Girl, Tropical Treasure, Salty rrncess also ran. UlNtUA: made him the only other pitcher beside Cy Young to win 100 in each league. But the Dodgers, handing the Phillies their third loss in 13 games since the All-Star break, scored twice in the first on Wes Parker's double and an infield cut and twice in the fifth on Maury Wills' single and Par- ker's sacrifice fly. Ron Fairly's second homer of the game broke a 44 deadlock in the eighth inning for Mont- real. He had hit a three-run shot in the third. Vic Davalillo drove in three runs with two singles and Bob MUDDY SMILE-lt has been muddy the lost two dayi in Edmonton as Klondike Days conjinue. The ram has had an effect on the race track as well as Sandy will testify. GOOD UCKMSAU Ideal for Campers Vans Pick-ups Panels TRACTION HI-MILER for front wheels Sure trnction, betfer cornering from 5 broad riding ribs. Extra jjrpiiler durability from Tufsyn rubber and 3T Nylon Cord .Body Construction. 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