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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, June 3, 1970 Long Bull Prominent As Sluggers Take Ovei TOP SHOOTER The men took it on the chin at the lethbridge Fish and Game Association's 7th annual trophy shoot held at the weekend. With rifle shooters gathering here from throughout the province for the big event, it was Lethbridge's Evelyn Leffingwell who captured the grand aggregate trophy (best all round Making the presentation to Mrs. Leffingwell is Merle Noss of the fish and game's range committee. Allan Kobinson twirled four-hitter and struck out eight as the Giants edged the Senators 54 in a Senior Little League contest. Curtis Klovansky paced the Giants' attack against losing pitcher Randy Stevens as he had a double while Jim Mc- Learn had a double and single in a losing cause. Gordon Keith was the winning pitcher while Rick Lafournie suffered the defeat as the Giants bounced the Cubs 1M ta Norcrest Little League ac- tion. Eddie Leong had a perfect day at the plate for the Giants as he had a home run, double and two singles in four times at bat Ron Bryan had a triple and two doubles as the Wolves up- ended the Bisons 17-9 in the Norcrest Minor League. Barry Coghlin earned the mound verdict with the loss absorbed by Chris Kirby. 'Louis Heerze acV.ed two sin- gles for the winners while Steve Campbell had a double Briere Still Unconscious MONTREAL (CP) Michel Briere, centre for Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League, was reported in satisfactory condition in hospi- tal here Tuesday. Briere, 20, suffered a frac- tured skull in a car accident near his home town of Malartic, Que., May 15 and has had two brain operations. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FUUER 328-2515 and single and Brian Balag two singles for the losers. The Jets edged the Astros 14-13 in a Lakeside Minor League game as Mike McLanc was the winning pitcher. Keith Stevens and Ken Drag- land each had two hits against losing pitcher Brian Forry for the Jets. In senior Little League ac- tion Ken Kurtz struck out 14 as the Tigers trimmed the Dodgers 7-4. Jerry Areshenko was the loser. Kurtz led the way at the plate as well with a double and a single. Dick Rigelhoff chip- ped in with two singles. Kelly Keenan managed two singles off of Kurtz. Cauadiau-Bred Colt Wins Epsom EPSOM, England (AP) Ca- nadian-bred Nijinsky, ridden by champion jockey Lester Pig- gott, took the lead in the final 100 yards today to win Eng- land's premier classic, the Epsom Derby, over miles. Nijinsky, owned by multi-mil- lionaire Charles W. Engelhard of Far Hills N.J., spreadeagled the high class 11-horse field and finished ahead of two French- trained entries, Gyr and Stin- tino. The winner was the ll-to-8 fa- vorite. Gyr was priced at 100 to 30 and Stintino 7 to 1. Nijinsky was sired by the great Northern Dancer of E. P. Taylor's Toronto racing estab- lishment and is out of Flaming Page. Last month he became the first Canadian-bred horse to win the Two Thousand Guineas classic. The horse is named after the late Russian ballet dancer. He was first trained in Canada but now is handled by Vincent O'Brien in Ireland. Royal Canadian Legion 5th Annual DERBY Sat., June 6fh 4 a.m. 3 p.m. HENDERSON LAKE SHORE FISHING ONLY Registrations at Lake 4 a.m.. Noon NO REGISTRATION FEE Children 1-16 and 65 Years and Over Special Prizes Hot Dogs, Ice Croam, Pop, and Chipi to all Entrants. home them a grand slum, lo lead a display by prominent long-ball hitlers hi National League ac- tion. Allen drove in seven runs as St. Louis Cardinals thrashed F r a n c i s c o Giants 12-1; Hank Aaron backed Phil Nick- ro's four-hit pitching with his first homer in two weeks as At- lanta Braves downed New York Mels 4-1; Johnny Bench drilled two homers and Tony Perez one as Cincinnati Reds thumped Philadelphia Phillies 7-2; San Padres blasted six Pitts- burgh Pirates pitchers for 19 hits in a M-8 slugfest and Hous- ton Astros tripped Montreal Expos 6-4. The other scheduled National League game, Los Angeles at Chicago, was rained out. Alien singled home a run in the first inning, bolted a two-run homer in the fifth and capped the rout with his grand slam in the eighth. Backed by a 15-hit attack, Steve Carltoii held the Giants to four hits, including Willie McCovcy's Kith homer, and posted his first triumph since May 11. The grand slam was the fifth of Allen's career and home run No. II! for the season. AARON CLINCHES WIN The Mels and Braves met for the lirst time since last year's league playoffs. The Braves Dime a 1-1'tie in the fourth on Bob Didier's run-scoring single and Aaron, who hadn't hcmered since May 17, iced it in the sev- enth with a two-run shot, his 17th. Tominie Age.e homered for the Mets' run. Bench slammed two homers, one a three-rim wallop, and Perez, the majors' leading slug- ger, socked No. 19 as the Reds scored a rain-shortened triumph over the Phillies, their fifth straight win. Rookie Wayne Simpson, 6-1, yielded six hits and fanned seven before rain halted play with the Phils batting in the top of the eighth. San Diego got a two-run homer from Clarence Gaston, triples by Chris Cannizzarp, Tommy Dean and Joss Arcia and doubles by Ollie Brown, Steve Hunlz and Nate Colbert in routing the Pirates. Willie Star- gell homered Icr Pittsburgh. Frank Howard, the Washing- ton Senators slugger who leads the American League in home runs, claims that making con- tact with the ball is his biggest problem. The same might be true of the entire American League when (Sudden) Sam McDowell is on the mound. Tuesday night neither of these veteran all-star performers had any difficulty. Howard drilled his 16th homer of the season, a two-run shot that earned the Senators a 2-2 tie, and his bloop single trig- gered a two-run eighth-inning rally that brought Washington a 4-3 victory over Chicago White Sox. McDowell, the league strike- out king, had a no-hitter for seven innings and had to settle for a two-hitter in the opener of a doubleheader as Cleveland In- dians swept Milwaukee Brewers 4-1 and 9-5. In other games, Boston Red Sox whipped Minnesota Twins 5-1. New York Yankees edged Kansas City Royals 3-2, Balti- more Orioles stopped Oakland Athletics 5-1 and California An- gels nipped Detroit Tigers 3-2 in 10 innings. Howard, who hit 48 homers the long ball will take care of itself." His blooper in the eighth how- ever, was just as important as it moved Ed Stroud. who had opened the inning with a single fourth third. Mike guez got the eventual winner across with a sacrifice fly. "I'll take them any way I 11 o w a r d said of his eighth-inning single. "I was fooled on the pilch and started [o back away. It just popped out McDoivclI, with eight strike ouls Tuesday night, now leads the league with 119. His rc-corc is 8-3. His attempt at a no-hiltci snapped when Danny Wai ton stroked a leadoff double in the eighth. TOPS IN NATION These five Lethbridge bowlers, members of the Young Adults League, took part in the first ever B.C. sports festival and came home with the national handicap championship. The locals beat 0 ntario by 168 pins with a three-game tolal cf The team members are left to right, Bob Omatami, who had a 649 triple, Bev Mezei, Duane Spitzer and Susan McDonald. Kneeling is Randy Wolstoncroft who led the way with a high single of 262 and a high triple of The coach of the team was May Heibert. NHL Governors Meetings Open MONTREAL (CP) The governors of the National Hockey League had not ex- pected to deal with the problem )f the Oakland Seals franchise at the league's annual meeting June 8-11 here, but it now ap- pears the topic will be promi- nent at the sessions. NHL president Clarence Campbell said Tuesday a made by Judge Robert Schnacke cf San Francisco Su- perior Court Monday brought jie Seals issue to the forefront. The judge ruled that Trans- National Communications Ltd., hockey club from Seals Ltd. last year. But he adjourned the own- ership dispute until June 9. "Trans-National has been given a seven-day redemption period to pay outstanding debts last year, says he doesn't think current owners of the Seals, de- about the long ball. faulted on terms of its agree- "My biggest problem is mak-1 ment to buy the three-year-old Indonesia Posts Sweep KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) (mark 5-4 during Hie weekend Indonesia moved easily into i Indonesia made clean the finals of the eighth Thomas u p badminton tournament Tuesday night by siveeping.pasl Canada 9-0. The Indonesians meet de- "ending champion .Malaysia in the tussle for world badminton supremacy Friday and Satur- day. The finals will give Indone- In singles matches, Rudy Har- tono whipped Jamie Paulson of Calgary 15-1, 15-2 and Muljadi outplayed Wayne Macdonnell of Vancouver 15-1. 15-1. In the doubles, Hatono and Indra Gunawan made short work of Bruce Rollick of Van- ia a chance to regain _thc cup it couver and David Charnm of lost to Malaysia in 1967. Malaysia advanced lo this year's final by beating Dcn- Toronto with their fast and ac- curate play. The won 13-G, 15-1. Indonesians UP TO 0 ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A 59.95 MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE'INSTALLATION o 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT INUTE 'jUFFLER 509 6th Avenue South INSTALL ATION3 Phono 328-8134 Visits July 14 Gordie Howe will once again be a visitor to Lethbridge this summer. Howe, an all-time great with Detroit Red Wings of the Na- tional Hockey League, will be in Lethbridge Tuesday, July 14 and will spend time at T. Eaton's, who sponsor his cross- Canada tour, ami at the two hospitals visiting the children's wards. Accompanying Howe on his trip west this year will be his sous Mark and Marty, aged J4 and 17 respectively as well as two officials of Eaton's. Howe is expected to arrive in Lethbridge the morning of July 14 and will conduct a merchan- dise clinic at the store and will sign autographs. There will be a j press conference at the Marquis Hotel followed by Howe's ad- I lire's to the Downtown Kiwanis j Club. His tour of the hospitals will follow and he will then leave Lethbridge at i or find another said Campbell. If the June 9 date is not met by Trans-National, Seals headed by original Oakland owner Barend Van pose to sell to Charles 0. Fin- ley, owner of Oakland A's of baseball's American League, for Campbell said only the NHL "can approve sale of the fran- chise for the purpose of being effective in the NHL." The NHL meetings open Mon- day with the rules committee considering several changes, in- cluding new fines. "We hope to double (he cur- rent 525 automatic fine for a misconduct penalty and make a match penalty instead of SlOO and a game misconduct worth SlOO instead of said Campbell. The regular infra-league draft takes place nest Tuesday with the 12 existing NHL clubs par- ticipating. The. inter-league draft will follow immediately, but the new Buffalo Sabres will be the only NHL club participat- ing. All players on the Ameri- can and Western hockey league reserve those on the WIIL Vancouver and AHL Rochester lists- -will be availa- ble for draft. Tile expansion draft, 21 hours later, allows the existing clubs to protect 15 players, plus two goalkeepers, from Vancouver Canucks and Buffalo, the latest expansion clubs. Buffalo and Vancouver have the first choice in Thursday's amateur draft. All amateurs in North America whose 20th birthday falls between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31 incisive, are avail- able to tile 14 NHL clubs. Rouglniders Ink Two More CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park results Tuesday: First claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- on as Tidal Breeze (Barroby) 8.90 -1.50 3.10, Lady Harcon (W. Coombs) 3.30 2.60, Hazy Kid (Hedge) d.dO. Time: Newlynne, Arcadelt, Erins Empress, Louis Allby, Sickles Queen also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs Fleet Fay (B. Cuthbertson) 12.60 5.60 1.10, Shy Pirate (Billingsley) 3.80 3.00, :hirley S. (Giesbrecht) 140. Time: 4-5 Royal Traffic, Land Beyond, Merry Maple, Pousla, Triple Banner also ran, bAlLY DOUBLE: Third SMM claiming, 2-year-old maidens, lurioncis N'esh {Barroby) 7.70 1.00 2.60, ndian Lake (Stadnyk) -1.EQ 2.80, Twins 'ride (Morris) 2.50. Time: 1-5 Just Society, Scottish Soldier, Music o My Ears, Regicide, Western Leader Iso ran. Fourth claiming, .1-year-olds and Up, miles Jaconos Susifi (Whittle) 13.30 3.60, Bright Valley (Giesbrecht) 6.50 Some Pii I Barroby) 3.90. Time: 1-5 Hoi Flight, Draw Weicjhl, Foxy Rud, iobos Delight, Night Shine, Hud son lalley, Mr. Marsh also ran. Fifth claiming, -1-year-olds and up, fur [ones Flying Nib (Shields) 52.40 36.20 10.10, Luredale (Barroby} 6.60 5.30, Crystal Chime (Stadnyk) 4.30. Time: Chim Chcrce, Honey Pal, Merry Monroe, Itsfordcm, Wee Laddie also EXACTOR: SW.3I. sixth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs Gallant Canadian (Turctsky) 8.60 5.70 Ean's Daughter (Giesbrecht) 10.90 6.90, Johnny N. Joe (Oillincisley) Time: 1-5 Susan's Page, Fealhers Inn, Diddle, Biq Bambie, Dewey Bey also ran. Seventh claiming, -1-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs: Raider Boy (Giesbrecht) 35.51 16.83 7.20, Little Gynsy (Shields) 5.20 3.70, Crows Mile (Billingslcy) 3.80. Time: Whir locale, Cash Dcposil, Prerequis- ite, Big Grip, Polar Palace also ran. ihth -l-year-olds and up. OUINELLA: NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L hicago.......25 20 'ew York.....25 2-1 t. Louis 32 24 JHsteurgh .....24 11 20 28 Montreal 16 31 West :inclnnal! 37 .tlanta 28 .os Angeles 29 an Francisco 2-1 ouslon .......22 an Diego.....23 Pel, GBL .556 .510 2 ,.178 .J71 -I .417 fiVb J-M 10 14 .725 19 .596 20 .592 27 .471 29 ,431 32 .41B REGTNA (CP) wan Roughriders today an- nounced two new imparts, a quarterback and an offensive tackle, have signed Iryout con- i tracts with the Western Foot- ball Conference club, Quarterback Terry Soutball, Ifive foot inches and 195 Saskatche-1 pounds, in 1969 played Alabama Hawks of the Con- tinental League after two sea- sons with Baltimore Colts. He is also a punter. Ken Bombard, six foot two ODAY'S GAMES Los Angeles Foster 3-5 al Chicago San Diego Dobson 3-5 at Pittsburgh .lass 2-7 N Francisco Puente 1-3 at St. Lou- Taylor 1-3 N New York Seaver 7-4 at Atlanta Jar- is 5-3 N Philadelphia Short 3-5 at Cincinnati laian 6-2 N Montreal Wegener 0-0 at Houston jriffin 1-6 N UESDAY'S RESULTS an Diego 622 021 19 0 iltsburgtl 121 210 8 16 2 Ross, Herfael 13-11 (4) Dukes (B) and annizzaro; Veale (4-5) Garner artenstein (3.) Canton (5) Walker (7) uiusfi (9) and Sanguillen. HRs: SanD in Francisco 000 001 1 4 1 t. Louis 200 (22 IS 0 Perry (7-6) Johnson (7) and Dictz; :arlton (3-6) and Simmons. HRs: Mc- Covey 2 la.itrcal .110 10 0 OUSion 030 200 6 9 1 Morion (.1-3) S'oneman (4) Dillman 6) Strohmayer (6) and Bateman; ook, Ray (2-2) Gladding and wards. 'ew York 010 000 1 -1 0 Ilanta .100 100 4 s o Gcnty (5-3) Taylor (B) and Grots; Niekro (6-6) and Dldier, HRs: igee 'hiladelphia 000 Oil 2 1 Cincinnati 009 202 7 11 1 Fryman (3-2) Palmer Wilson (7) and Bates; Simpson (7-1) and Bench. HRs: 2 Los Angeles at Chicago, ppd., rain. LEAGUE LEADERS AB Carty, All......168 GrabarK'tz, LA ..1-12 Perez, Cin..... 193 Dietz, SF 159 't Clemente, Pif 163 1 Monke, Hcu 19J MINOR BASEBALL International Toledo 5 Richmond 2 Louisville 9 Rochester S Columbus 9 Syracuse 4 Tidewater 2 Bufalo 1 Pacific Cooil Tucson 8 Salt Lake 0 Hawaii 4 Phoenix 2' Portland 6 Tacoma 4 Spokane II Eugene 5 H Pel. 73 .435 53 .373 72 .373 55 .3-36 56 .3-14 66 .340 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Baltimore New York Washington Detroit Boston Cleveland Minnesota California Oakland Kansas City Chicago Milwaukee W 34 West 31 25 19 18 15 Pet. .694 .5.10 .4S9 .467 .457 .400 7ft 10 HVi 14 .646 .510 .404 .375 .319 TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore Cuellar 5-3 at Oakl and Fingers 3-3 N Detroit Lolicfi 6-5 at California Mes- seismilh 5-4 N Chicago Jonn J-7 et Washing t o n Colemah 3-3 fJ Kansas City Drago 3-3 at New York Kekich 1-1 N Minnesota Zepp 1-0 at Boston Sie- bert 4-2 N TUESDAY'S RESULTS Kansas City COO COO 2 10 0 New York COO 110 01 3 9 0 Johnson (l.-J) Drabowsky (81 and Ro- driguez; Peterson (8-2) McDaniel and Munson. HR: Minnesota COO 010 ISO Boston 100 311 5 12 1 Perry (6-5) Wocdston (6) and Rat- liff, Mitterwald Culp (4-fi) and Sa- triano. Conigliaro Chicago 200 000 4 1 Washington oso 002 4 E l Horlen, Wocd (8) Murphy (8) and Josephson; Brunei, Pina (3-0) (B) Grzenda (9) and French, Roseboro Baltimore Ill 000 590 Oakland BIO 000 5 3 Palmer (7-2) and Hendricks; Dobson (5-5) Sequi Downing Lache- msnn Lindblad (8) and Fernan- dez. Detroit 100 001 000 2 7 0 California OCO 010 100 Queen Doyle (3-0) (10) and Azcue. FIRST Cleveland 100 710 451 lilwaukee COO 000 1 2 3 McDowell (8-3) and Fosse; Bra ben- der (1-7) Locker (6) Sanders (8) and if. HR: SECOND Cleveland 400 100 H fl Milwaukee (Ml OCO 5 11 0 lance, Ellsworth Han n 1 g a n (3-1) (7) end Fosse; Gelnar Baldwin and McNert- iey. 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