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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -......-Thur.day, 4, !970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Cincinnati Winning Ways Come To An 'Abrupt Hull White Sox Not in By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS Catcher Paul Casanova con- tinued his personal hitting ven- detta on Ciiicago lefthander Tommy John Wednesday night as Washington Senators edged the White Sox 5-4 in one of five American League games. The Washington receiver col- lected three nils in three official at bats for the third time in suc- cession against John. Casa- nova's success against the Chi- cago starter lifted the Senators, holders of third place in the East Division, to a .500 record with 2-1 wins in 48 games. In other American League ac- tion, Oakland Athletics tripped Baltimore Orioles 4-1, Detroit Tigers beat California Angels 5- 4 in 11. innings, Cleveland Indi- ans outscored Milwaukee Brew- ers 7-6, New York Yankees de- feated Kansas City Royals 5-3. Minnesota Twins were rained out nt Boston hi the only other scheduled game. Casanova's streak against John, which started last season, Includes 10 nins-batted-ln. Wednesday, he doubled for two scores in a four-run fourth inning and singled twice. "I don't know why it hap- Use Washington catcher said, "but I can liit the ball against them (the White I won a game with a homer in the m'ntli off Wilbur Wood last year j ami three years ago I won the I game that went 22 innings. "I just wish every ball club had 'Chicago' on the front of their uniform." Duke Sims slammed two home runs for the second game In a row to power tire Indians past Milwaukee. He hit a threc- run homer in the first inning UP AGAINST THE WAll-Morwy Mota, los Angeles Dodgers' left fielder, leaps high against the wall in futile attempt to catch fly hit by Chicago Cubs' Johnny Callison. CAUGAP.Y (CP) Results Wednesday at Victoria Park. First claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fui longs. Lollta S. Hope (Hunt) 9.90 5.70 3.30, By Mood (K. Whittle) 3.70 3.20, Crus- tacean (Cuthbertson) 3.70: Time: Bold Beverly, Youcanbetme, Compel To Dash, Hope'i Image, Plucky Doc also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds end up, J furlongs. Prince Blue (Hayncs) 5.00 4.40 3.20, Bluo Twist (BHlingsley) 9.60 4.50, Bay Chief (Pacheco) 4.90. Time: 1.5. Creiy Nose, KlmbrooX, Bomber Brown, Terraro, Run Frea also ran, DAILY DOUBLE] S29.BO. Third S1.500, claiming, 4-year-olds end up. tVij miles. Roman Frost (Blllingsley) 14.10 0.10 3.90, Fablson (Pacheco) 5.40 3.30, Northern Emperor (K. Whittle) !.90, Time: 3-5. Electro Lex, Jewell, War Chest, Some Flag, lona Hawk, Left Count, Mobila Service also ran. Al Balding May Face Qualifying TORONTO (CP) Touring professional Al Balding of To- ronto heads a list of five Cana- dians who could face qualifying rounds for the Canadian Open golf tournament unless the United States Professional Golf- ers' Association steps in to ex- empt the top 25 from last year's tournament. The 1969 Canadian Open was ret rated as a co-sponsored tournament by the PGA so the usual automatic exemption for the top 25 finishers does not ex- tend to this year's event. Bill Hamilton, executive director of the Canadian PGA, said he is not sure whether the Royal Canadian Golf Associa- tion will give Balding one of its four remaining spots in the Open. Tire Other Canadians who fin- ished in lire top 25 1st year were George Knudson of Toronto, Ken Fulton of Trail, B.C., Phil Giroux of Montreal, Vaughan Trapp of Victoria and Bob Pan- ashik of Windsor, Ont. Knudson is exempt through his U.S. tour record, but three other Canadians now on the tour face qualifying tests W i I f Homenuik cf Winnipeg, Wayne Voltmer of Vancouver and Gary Bowerman of Toronto. The U.S. PGA assigned the RCGA 20 free berths for the Ca- nadian Open and the RCGA in turn left 12 of these to the CPGA which will hold qualify- ing rounds to fill them. The RCGA has handed out four of its eight spots to CPGA champion Bob Cox of Vancou- ver and amaieiirs Nick Weslock of Burlington, Out., Wayne Mae- dcnald of Port Credit, Onl. and Gary Cowan cf Kitchener, Ont. Fourth claiming, four-year-olds and up, Us miles Lady Kasha (Billingsley) 7.00 3.BO 3.40, Chained Flag (Parsons) 7.60 5.80, Great Expect (Hunt) 9.90. Time: 1-5. Diplimado, Aurnol, Fancy Fella, Tommy's Champ, Clay Mora also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. Mickey (Coombs) IS.io 6.30 4.10, Custom C3b (Parsons) 3.90 2.70, Brazen Bully (Morris) 3.40. Time: 2-5. Fog Patches, Bazza, Salty Princess, Cantorina, Miss Gorgy Girl also ran. EXACTOR: S45.50. Sixth claiming, 2-year-olds, 5 fur- longs. fls Foolery (Glesbrecht) 4.30 3.40 2.10, Moonlight Shadow (Rasmussen) 2.20 2.10. Brown Page (Hedge) 2.10. Time: Lustrous Fleet, Miss Stuart also ran. Track Scratch: Grey Knight. seventh claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles. Cort (Shields) 4.90 4.EO 3.60, Monty B (Stadnyk) 6.20 3.70, Rag- timer (K. Whittle) 3.40. Time: Deletus, Super Quill, Vast Opportu- nity, Bell's Sheila, Tuffy's Imaae also ran. Eighth SL500, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Redirect (Hedge) 5.20 3.50 2.90, Miss Kaysuecon (Pacheco) 4.50 3.40, Monks Dudo (Gieshrecht) 3.90. Time: 3-5. Haydns Elecfra, Citatlus, Haydens Belle, Lord Post, Finding Ways also S14.60. I Cliff Miyashiro rapped out a triple and two singles as tile Comets posted a 18-8 Senior Little League victory over the Lions. Marty Maxwell fired a two- hitter and stnick out 11 to take the pitching win while Royce Hancock was tagged with the loss. Maxwell aided his own cause with a home run and double while Gordon McCarthy hit double in a losing cause. Jim McLellan stroked two doubles and a single to pace the Braves to a 20-fi win over the Athletics in another Senior Little League contest. Brett Townsend was the win- ning pitcher with the loss going to Reg Osmond. Fred Hoffarth added two dou- bles for the winners while Rick Collier had four singles and Lome Erickson two singles for the Athletics. David Koskoski was the win- ning pitcher as the Braves took a 6-3 Norcrest Little League win from the Expos. David Miskmin paced the Braves' attack against losing hurler John Wagontall as ho had a double and single while Earl Ingarfield added two sin- gles. James Servetson and Kevin Jensen had two hits apiece for the Expos. In another Norcrest Little League game, the Pirates beat the Cardinals as Scott Jarvie took, the pitching win with the loss absorbed by Jack Simpson. HITS HOME RUN Reno Trentini had a home run and double for the winners while Richard Shardlow added two doubles. Losing-pitcher Simpson and Rocky Magee each had two doubles and a single In a losing cause. Larry Lennox struck out 14 batters as the Tigers edged the White Sox 11-10 in Lakeside Little League action. Dale Boychuk had a double and three singles against losing pitcher Rick Maclean while Lennox had three doubles and Paul Byrne two double'. Clayton Maygar was tops for tire White Sox as he had a pair of singles. Allan Gepneris fired a five- Utter as the Angels trimmed the Red Sox 12-4 in annther .akeside Little League game. Alex Gepneris and Mike Sheen each had a double and single off losing chucker Bart Greg Graham had a double and single for the Red Sox while Harvey Labahn adder, two singles. In other Lakeside Little League action, the Indians whipped the Orioles 12-6 as Dar rel Osmond picked up the pitch- ing win. Greg Maxwell lu't a double and two singles off losing pitch er Ron Ortiieb while Terry Mc- Neely added two singles. Gordon Enns and Dave Mc- Lulan each had two doubles for the Orioles. Bruce Olsen was the winning pitcher while Joey Giliett took the loss as the Tigers took a 12-7 Norcrest Minor League win from the Panthers. Lonnie Baceda had a triple and single for the winners while Brad Brown chipped in with a home run. The Bobcats took a 20-6 vic- tory from the Pumas as Marvin Dragland earned the mound verdict with the loss tagged on Tony Sonajow. Blair Nyrose had a triple and two singles for the Bobcats while Robert Rapount paced the Pumas with a pair of singles. Ross Mitchell fired a two-hit- ter as the Bluejays posted an 8-2 Lakeside Minor League victory over the Hawks. Neil Povey was the big gun for the winners at the plate as he stroked a pair of singles. Buffey Resigns TORONTO (CP) Vem Buf- fey, a National Hockey League referee for the last 11 years, Wednesday announced his re- tirement as a league official. Buffey, 41 and a Toronto na- tive, refereed two games of the 1970 Stanley Cup playoffs before he suffered a gastritis attack at Bloomington, Minn. At first it was feared he had suffered a heart attack. Buffey said: "My retirement :ias nothing to do with my nealth. I underwent a complete medical checkup following my illness and the doctors assured lie I'm in perfect health." He said the fact he appears to be injury-prone is one of the reasons for his resignation. "It gets more difficult as the fears go on to get yourself up "or the games. On top of that I :ound myself worrying about possible injuries." A NOSE FOR Durante peers over his famous nose ai watchsi a shot by Cob Murphy !n a judden-death match with Gay Brewer for top honori In Kentucky Thoroughbred Pro-Celebrity golf tournament recently. Durante wears an opron proclaiming him executive caddy for Dais Robertson, one of tha celebrities. Swimming Instructor Here Friday Instruction will be the key- note at the Civic Centre Pool Saturday when Howard Firby of Vancouver pays a visit. Firby was recently appoint- ed to the position of National wimming Advisor and will conduct a coaches clinic at the Civic. He will be lecturing and giv- ing practical demonstrations, as well as discussing the latest and most effective coaching methods, solving technical problems and generally assist- ing in the running of all re- lated swimming amd club func- tions. The clinic Is by the Lethbridge Lions Swim Club and the YMCA Stingrays. Saturday's clinic is open to anyone interested in coaching or s w i m m i n g competitively and the invitation extends throughout southern Albarta. Those interested are asked fa contact Stan Siwik, coach of the Lions Swim Club, at 327- 4410 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., or Gordon Hoselton, the Stingrays, at 328-3515. and connected again, with ths bases empty, in thy third to snap a 4-1 tic. The Brewers, trailing 7-4, loaded tile bases with one out in the ninth. But Dennis Higgins fanned Steve Itoviey. Then Dick Ellsworth, relieving with a 3-0 count on Tommy Harper, won the game on a force out. Sal Bando walloped a thrce- nm tie-breaking homer off Bal- timore's Mike Cueilar in HKJ eightli inning to lead the As to victory. Oakland's Frank Fer- nandez hit a solo homer in the second while Frank Robinson matched that for the Orioles in the seventh. Philadelphia Phillies trounced Cincinnati Reds 11-4 Wednesday night to cut the National league West Division leaders' win string at five games as winning pitcher Jim Buning passed a career strikeout milestone. Bunning fanned seven Reds'to move his career strikeout total past 2.700. Walter Johnson leads al righthanders with a 20-year record of Elsewhere in the National League Wednesday, Houston As- tros clipped Montreal Expos 5-0, Sc Louis Cardinals edged San liancisco Giants 6-5 and Chi- cago Cubs beat Los Angeles Dodg.ers 6-5 in 11 im'ngs. San Diego Padres were rained out at Pittsburgh, as were New York Mets at Atlanta. Larry Hisle cracked a two-run single in the Philadelphia sev- enth at Cincinnati to break a 4-4 tie. Hisle's winning shot came with two out after Cincinnati re- liever Clav Carroll entered tha f-mic with none out and the bases loaded. LN'JOY BIG NINTH The Phillies fattened tlieir lead with a five-run outburst in the ninth. Tony Taylor, who tagged the game's first pitch for a home run off loser Pedro Bor- bpn, struck the key blow in tha ninth with a bases-loaded single for two runs. At Houston, the Expos went down to their 32nd defeat. Right- hander Jack Billingham, a for- mer team-mate, beat them. Billingham, a relief specialist, was making his first start of the season. He scattered eight Montreal hits and struck out 10 for his third victory in as many decisions. Balor Moone, in lus major league starting debut for the Expos, gave up two Houston runs in the third inning and three in the sixth before re- liever John Strohmayer came in to finish the game. Billingham, who left the Expos last year for Houston as part of the Rusty Staub deal, ig- nited his own victory with a sin- gle in the third. Jesus Alou fol- lowed with a walk before Tommy Davis and Dennis Menke drilled run-scoring sin- gles. Singles by Davis, Menke, Joe Pepitone and Doug Radar's dou- ble produced the three other Huston scores as the Expos suf- fered their 10th loss. Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson helped his own cause with three singles, one of them driving across the winning nrn against the Giants at S't. Louis rallied for three scores in the home half of the seventh iu.ning. 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