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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Smith Shines Monday, Juno I, WO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 For Sons, o Edmonton By (iLENN WYROSTOK Herald Sports Writer Lethbridge Native Sons were the perfect hosts Saturday HALL BEATEN Lethbridge Native Son netminder Don Hall was beoten on this .hot by Darcy Bowler of North Glenora Blues of Edmonlon in Alberta lacrosse Lea- gue action. ____________________________'____________- Three Home Runs Against Carty Gains Revenge Bv THE CANADIAN PRESS mers and a single to v six runs. He now has 14 tamers. Outfielder Rico Carty, who His Mped righthander Jim Nash to his sixth straight victory. Nash, 7-1, scattered five hits, struck out 11 and Wanked the Phillies until the eighth in- ning. Meanwhile eight pitchers ab- sorbed 40 hits Sunday as Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox chased a 20-year American League scoring record. The White Sox unloaded 24 fits against six Boston pitchers in taking a 22-13 victory. The teams came within one run of tying the league mark for most runs in a game by both teams. It was set in 1930 when the Red Sox whipped Philadelphia Ath- letics 22-14. had a nine-game National League hitting streak cut by Philadelphia Saturday night, got a lot of revenge Sunday. The Atlanta slugger drove in ax runs with three home runs and a single as the Braves the Phillies 9-1. Carty, who has been held liit- less in only four of Atlanta's 46 games this season and earlier this year hit safely in 31 consec- utive games, raised his league- leading batting average to .436. In other Sunday action, San Francisco pitcher Juan Mari- ctal was tagged for five runs in Z 2-3 innings as the Giants fell 7-3 to Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Mete swept a double- header from Houston Astros, 144 and second game going 14 Reds beat Montreal Expos 6-4, Ian Angeles Dodgers outscored St. Louis Cardinals 8-6 in 11 in- tdugs and Chicago Cubs downi San Diego Padres 74. Saturday, Cincinnati nipped Montreal 54 in 10 innings, San Francisco tripped Chicago 13-11, New York edged Houston 4-3, Los Angeles beat St. Louis 7-6, New York beat Houston 4-3, Philadelphia clipped Atlanta 7- and San Diego split with Chi- cago, winning 11-4 before losing 8-7. Carty Sunday hit three ho- Locals Tops In Diving Three Lethbridge divers cams up with sparkling efforts at the Alberta age group cham- pionships which, were held in Calgary on the weekend. Barbara came in first In the girls' 10 and under one- metre while Greg Anderson took top spot in the boys' 15-17 one-metre. Alvin Burris took a first and a second in the boys' 15-17 class as he won the three- metre and finished second be- hind Anderson in the one- metre. Boston also set the one-team, one-game mark of 29 runs in the same year against St. Louis Browns. Elsewhere Sunday, City Royals manager Silver Medal To Emerson Two members of tire Leth- bridge Lions Amateur Swim Cluh came home from Edmon- ton with something to show for their efforts. Competing at the Alberta championships on the weekend, Tim Emerson took a silver medal in the 200-metre free- style and wen ribbons in the 200-metre individual medley and the 100-metre butterfly. Henry Van Egtren won a rib- bon in the 100-metre breast- stroke. Kansas Charlie Metro objected to the use of a television camera by tile Wash- ington team in the oultield seats, but the Royals beat the Senators 6-5. California Angels clipped Bal- timore Orioles 6-1, Minnesota Twins nipped New York Yan- kees 7-6 in 10 innings, Cleveland Indians edged Oakland Athletics 3-2 and Milwaukee Brewers out- scored Detroit Tigers 7-6. Saturday, Minnesota downed New York 10-6, Oakland edged Cleveland 5-4, Washington nipped Kansas City 3-2, Milwau- kee clipped Detroit 9-7, Boston seat Chicago 7-5 and California edged Baltimore 3-2. GET FIVE EACH Luis Aparicio and Walt Wil- liams paced Chicago with five hits each. Aparicio, playing only the first six innings, drove across three runs with three sin- gles and a triple, and scorec Siree times himself. Williams tagged a double and four singles in seven times at bat and scored five times. More than one-third of the combined Chicago and Boston hits carried for extra bases They included three homers two triples and 10 doubles. Bil Melton homered for the White Sox while Carl Yastrzeniski socked his 121h homer of the year and Mike Andrews hi: fourth for .the Red Sox. and Sund'ay in a pair of Alberta Junior Lacrosse League games. Sons, making their home de- but, dropped a 11-5 decision Saturday to the North Glenora Blues of Edmonton and then fell to the same club Sunday by a 7-3 count. Blues, who represented Alber- ta at the Canadian Summer Games last year in Halifax, showed 300 fans at the Arena Saturday why they were select- ed as Alberta representatives. Blues trailed the Sons 3-2 after the first period but then outscored the locals 9-2 in next two stanzas to take trie victory going away. Ross Mussieux and Peter Scnnen paced the Blues' attack with two goals each while Darcy Bowler, Gerry Hunt, Bill Reichelt, Barry Konkolus, Lee Carlyle, Harvey Clark and Bob Johnson added singletons. Alan Wilson pumped in a pair of markers to lead the Native Sons while getting a goal apiece were playing coach Dave Smith, Don Kelsey and Dave Shardlow. Sunday, the Blues were never headed as they led 3-1 after one period of play and 4-2 after two. Gerry Hunt and Bill Raichelt had two goals apiece for the winners while singles were add- ed by Barry Konkolus, Lee Car- lyle and Peter Sonnen. Dave Smith turned in an ni.it- ifanding game for the Sons as netted all of their goals. Two goals, one for each team, vere disallowed by the referees because the players scoring vere in the goal crease. Despite the two losses, which eaves the Native Sons with a _-3 record, Smith was still op- timistic about what his club will do from here on in. "You have to said Smith, "that we have only four months experience while they (the Blues) have four experience." Smith feels that his team will come along but he added that joaltender Don Hall will have carry the club until they start clicking. Hall was brilliant Sunday goals for the Griffins Sat kept the Blues from while Dave Reichclt add- double a singleton. The Native Sons actually Kirchner averted a played the Blues in (he for the Lancers. period of Sunday's contest Sunday's contest, La- couldn't put the ball behind was once again the top North Glenora goaltender for North Glenora as he than the netting four times. Lethbridge Lancers, the goals for the Griffins venile team, also lost their from Bob McFall, Randy games on the weekend as Mark Valastin, were beaten 5-1 Saturday and Barry Deford. S-3 Sunday by the North Legge scored twice to ora the Lancers while Wayne Wayne Lamourex fired scored once. _ Race Results Dayton Bay Tops J SL Shooting Event The Frank Koenen memorial, the McCracfcen Bullets trophy trophy eluded members of the Lethbridge Trap Club Sunday. Some 46 shooters, from var- ious parts of the province, took part in the one-day shoot for the Koenen trophy and When the dust had cleared the trophy was one its way to Calgary. Payton Bay came up with a of 191 out of a possible 200 to take home the trophy donated by Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Ross. In long yardage competition the honors went to Otto Kmnes of Calgary with a score of 182 p while in short yardage Biiir for the tight group shooting. Ron Hutchison placed second in the grand aggregate compet- ition as he was first in tight group and first in high score, any calibre, and second in scope sight. Runners up in the men's and women's high score were George Polm and Verna Whit- ney respectively. I Kurt Mitchell won the Run-1 ning Deer event while placing I third in men's high score and third in scope sight. Kim Hut- chison was third in junior corn- TROPHY WINNER Payton Bay of Calgary won Kosnen Trophy at the Lethbridge Trap Club Sunday after- noon. Iiird Victory Term. CAP') Turner of Medicine Hat was the winner with a score of 189. Meanwhile, members of the Lethbridge Marksmen Club won the lion's share of honors at the 7th annual Lethbridge and District Fish and Game Associ- ation rifle shcot held Sunday afternoon. Evelyn Leffingwell top honors in the one-day shoot Frank Lefflngwell won the tight group event and then placed third in .22 calibre from 50 yards and third in high score any calibre. George Pohn Jr. won the junior event while Hick Kuch- eran topped the junior scope sight event and was third in grand aggregate. captured The team of Lloyd Dune, Frank Leffingwell, George and tack home the grand ag- gregate trophy for her efforts. the spoils the In emerging with Mrs. Leffiugweli men's high score won event, the women's high score event, she was second in the scope sight and third in tight group shooting. Besides the grand aggregate trophy she also won Pohn, Gordon Whitney Kick Kucheran won the and five- man rifle competition and then Leffingwell, Kucheran, Dune, Whitney and Don Bariz won the five-man team competition from four positions at 20 feet. Evelyn Leffingwell, Linda Lef- fingwell and Vema Whitney won the drizzling ram "WL 68 Sunday and scored his third victory in four years in the Danny Thomas-Memphis open golf tournament. Hill, 33, won in 1967 and 1969 when it was the Memphis Open Sunday he finished with a 72- hole total of 267, 13-under-par on the Colonial Country Club course. It was the lowest 72-hole total on the professional tour this year and marked the eighth career victory for the 12-vear tour veteran. He won by a single stroke over Homero Blancas, New Zea- land left-hander Bob Charles and Frank Beard, tied at 268. Blaucas, Hill's playing partner all four days and the leader i going into the final round, hsd a i 70. Beard had a B7 and a 63. Two strokes back at Z70 Billy Maxwell, Dan Sikes, George Archer and Joe Camp- bell. Maxwell and Sikes had 67s, Campbell and Archer 68s. Harold Henning, a South Afri- can, shot an early 62, including a hole-in-one on the 17th hole. but finished far back in thn pack at 275. The 62 was the sec- ond-lowest round on the tour thij season. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. ABDULLAH Vs. URSUS Plut 3 Big Bouti S1.50 to get one! CALGARY (CP) Victoria FarV. race results Saturday" First claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. U Hops (Cumber, son) 72.00 22.90 7.60, Mr. Stockyards (HaynesJ 3.40 2.80, Dertorco (Morris) 3.20 Time: 1-5. Hope DIGS Hard, Blue Dee, Mighty Willing, Sioney Warrior, Phid also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. 1 Wild Toots (BUIlngsley) 15.EC1 fi.BO -1.00, Whirling Wave (Stadnyk) i.lQ 3.JO, Regal Pet (Haynes) 3.10. Time: 2-5. Tlny's King, Pensar, Now Henry, Moonlight Soirlf, Sabre Hawk also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S43S.20. Rpya! Canadian Legion 5th Annual DERBY Sat., June 6th 4 a.m. 3 p.m. HENDERSON LAKE SHORE FISHING ONLY Registrations nt lake 4 a.m.-Noon NO REGISTRATION FEE Children 1-16 and 65 Years and Over Special Prizes Hot Dogs, Cream, Pop, and Chips to all Entrants. Third claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles. 1 Captain Prefect1 (Haynes) J.OO 290, Elisita (Morris) 4.30 3.00, King Of j Rulers (Whittle) 3.00. Time: 2-5. Wiq King, Ryslo, Be John, Siiaronita, Hlghdorn also ran. Fourth claiming, -i-year-olda and up, 1 MS miles. Roving Docior (Bllllngsley) 7.30 3.70 3.80, Biohy (Stadnyk) 5.10 3.JQ, Lady Kasha (Wiseman) 3.10. Time: 2-5. Wood National, Dance With All, Peace-Man, Haydn's Elecfra also ran. Track Scratch: Parents Joy. Fiflh claiming, 3-yesr-olrji, 1 fur- lO'KiS. Mere Money (Combs) ?.ifl 4.80 3.30, Steel Halter ,-UO 3.40, TB- traspeed (Barroby) S.OO. Time: 3-5. Nipawin, Mister Auctioneer, Eva Dobbin, Asl; 3 Prince, Northern Prince also ran. EXACTOR: SSI. sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1 l-U miles. Pedce Lc Bleu (Hedge) 30.00 10.70 7 JO, Singing Surf (Shields) 9.00 A.20, Oark Numbers (Barroby) 4.70. Time: 2-5. Erin's Queen, Proud Shadow, Ocemi, On The Go, West Wind G3l also ran. Seventh S3.SOO added. Firs! Division Calgary Maturity, 7 furlongs. ferment 2.1.30 8.50 4.10, Bahram Iran (Stfidnyk) 6.90 3.90, Tall Ridge (Whittle) 3.50. Time: 1-5. YVyn D'Amour, Swift Flutter, Dart-. Stars Girl also ran. Eighth V3.5QO added. Second Division Cal- gary Maturity, 4-year-olds, 7 furlongs Wicked Wynnle- 7.30 3.60 3.10, Honarium (Barroby) 3.70, Alitrust (Hunt. 4.tO, Time: Expcdtate, Royal Impel, Northern Mission, Turifex also ran. Ninth claiming, and up, furlongs. Redirect (Hedge) 5.00 3.30 3.00, Rough Voyage (Wliiltlel 6.50 4.50, Dex- ter Coy (Stadnyk) 3.70. Time: .1-5, Joey Low, Li I Wolf Jr., Princes Law, Fare Union, 'Brownia Law also GUINELLAt 118.30. We've go! a yen for yoo. 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