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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FrWtiv, June 5, 1970 AV' Sletvarl Relnnis To Grand Jwy Tomorrow Stovvarl YORK (CP) lion and 10 New York ERROR ON 10th Minnesota Twins' Harmon Killebrew stretches for pop foul as fan reaches fcr ball off bat of Boston Red Sox' Mike Andrews. The fan caught the ball but then followed. dropped it and a scramble England., Brazil Meet Sunday danger lo at- icnd funeral services al Berk- ley, Mich., today for Terry Saw- eiuik. Hie 40-year-old goalkeeper who died here Sunday. Stowsrl, right winger th; Ranger team on which Sawchuk ended a long and .spectacular National Hockey League career reserve gcaltcndcr. is to re- turn here to tell n Nassau Cour.ly grand jury Monday about ail altercation with Saw- chuk April 29, the day ill which be goalkeeper was taken to hospital suffering excruciating pain. Me died of a blood clot fol- lowing a series of operations. Stories pieced together from acquaintances picture Sawchuk as having been unhappy and psrhaps ailkg prior to the April 2n clash with Stewart, with whom he shared a rented house on Long Island hc-ekcy season. MEXICO CITY (AP) The managers and coaches strove to bring their soccer teams up to a full pitch of precision and de- sire, doctors and trainers sweated over injured players, chemists reported all doping tests negative so the grass grew greener and higher. It was that kind of a day at the world soccer champion- ships, in the lull between the conclusion Wednesday of the first stage of round-robin play and the beginning of the second round Saturday. The International Federation of Football that 16 players, picked for doping examinations during the first round, had been given clean bills of health. Dr. Helmut Kaeser, FIFA secretary-general, said Thurs- day that no doping problems are expected, but that the sys- tem of tests now used by most sports federations is being cm- ployed here. "Players from Mexico, Rus- sia, England, Romania, Uru- guay, Israel, Peru and Bulgaria all have been cleared. There was no sign of doping." Some reporters look note of the fact that the deep, green grass of the Mexican soccer fields has caused a sinking feel- ing among some players. To counter llii.s sifuation and cna-'grtta, Colombia, on May 'J5 dur ble the lo rise to the oc- casion, some teams have or- dered higher heels for their soc- cer shoes. In another development, a Co- lombian spokesman said his government believes there will be no further action in the case of Bobby Moore, England cap- tain. Mcorc was detained hi BO- CALGARY (CP) Race results Thursday at Victoria Park Firs) il.500, allowance, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs ringing Lane {Rasmussen) 3-30 2.20, Silky Page 6 30 3 20, "id Bafou (Giesbrecht) 2M. Time: 3-5 Lady Craigmounl, Tanbye, Air Strike, Bubble Gum, Blue Dee also ran. Second SMQO, claiming, -i-year-olds and up, furlongs Holiday Time h Time-Up Time! We Specialize in TUNE-OPS Ross Whitman) lessee Owner TEXACO CAR CARE _ Another reason why Carburetor and Ignition VOU Ml WORK i! Ranch 6th Ave., M.M. Driv Phone 327-5406 Courteous (Shields) 4.50 3.70 3.70, Crown Countess (Turelsky) 8.20' 6.20, Dear Deer (Hedge) 4.30. Time: 1-5 Random Rage, Vibrant, Queen Dale, 0 it's You, Five Of Diamonds also ran DAILY DOUBLE: 57.00. Third allowance, 2-year-olds, 5 fur- Icngs Creator (Siadnyk) 3.50 2.80 2.40. Future Session1 (Parsons) 5-10 i (BilJingsley) 4.40. 1.10, up to WITH EXPORT CIGARETTE TOBACCO Lady Snelmerdei Time: Rectifier, Poodle faker. Reserved Seal, Bonny Brier Magic also ran. Track Scratch: Winged Blue. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, Captain Perfect- (Haynasl 8.70 3.90 3.30, Zorba (Stadnyk) 3.00 2.70, Desert Bunny (R. Combs) 7.80. Time: 2-5 Blue Zip, Round River, Silk Buttons. Wild Tools, Parkland Prince, Dashino Knight, Busier Kid also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs Alberta Dawn (Hedge) 350 270 240 carmengay (K. Whittle) 4.00 Hav- -'ns Doll (Parsons) J.30. Time: 3-5 Tola King, Dr. Nite, Mellowdale, Dry Coulee, Nipawin also ran. EXACTOR: S13.6Q. Sixth si.700, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs B03U BPJFI (Billincjsley) 6.50 3.40 2.70, Little Baffle (Norris) 4.70 2.70, Foot- print (Lawson) ;.60 Time: A-5 Alrsky, Choppo also ran, Seventh Alberta Rose Handicap, J-yesr-olds and up, 7 furlongs Wilorenfe (Billincisley) 1S.10 8.10 3.30 Sweet Byeandbye (Parsons) 3.60 260 Canqai (Gipsbrechf) 2.EO. Time: 2-5 Obaros Babe, Dark Satrs Girl, Kool Copy also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, Kenlucky Story (Stadnyk) 4.70 2 7fi 2.30. Wood (Barroby) 2.90 2 il Wolf Jr. (Parsons) 3.90. Time: 1-5 Lisa a Good, Ice Alley, Peace Wan, irtx Wing, Short Circuit also ran. QUINELLA: S7.SO. ing an English tour prior to rival in Mexico City. He iva questioned by police in connec tion with the disappearance of, bracelet valued at from t jewellery store. "Tt was an accusation tha needed said Dr. Artur Caparoso, Colombian embassj counsellor here. "It was neve proved." After eight games here, Bel gium leads Group I with twc points. Russia and Mexico have a point each and El Salvador none. Uruguay and Italy have two points each in Group II. Sweden and Israel have none. Brazil and England lead Group III with two poinl.s each, Romania and Czechoslovakia have no points. Peru and West Germany are the leaders in Group IV, each with two points, and Morocco and Bidgaria have no points. Matches Saturday: Russia vs. Belgium; Uruguay vs. Italy; Romania vs. Czechoslovakia; Peru vs. Morocco. Sunday's games: Mexico vs. Kl Salvador; Israel vs. Sweden; England vs. Brazil; Bulgaria vs. West Germany: Soccer Title To Wilson For the second year in a row, Wilson rules (he roost in the Junior High School Soccer League's senior division. Wilson wan the crown for the second straight year Thursday when they upended Paterson 54, in the championship game. Francis DeGrcot and George Irvine each had two goals for the winners while Tom Baker added a singleton. Ross Wakelin averted a shut- out for Paterson. In winning the championship, Wilson also receives the Army, Navy trophy. during the Rosemary Sasso, a friend of Stewart, and Ben Weiner, a res- taurant manager described as Sruvchuk's closest friend here, both reported the goalkeeping ace had spit up blood two weeks b e f o r e the altercation with Stewart over household chores ard expenses. Both are ex- pected to testify before the grand jury, which may decide by Monday night whether any indictment is warranted. WOULDN'T SEE DOCTOR Miss Sasso. a nurse described ES a Canadian-born divorcee, told The Pest Thursday that Sawchuk had been "spitting up blood and I had pleaded with him to see a doctor, but he just refused." Weiner said Sawchuk had mentioned lo him that "he spat up blood a few times. "He didn't know what was causing it." The possibility that Sawchuk j may have been ailing prior to I the altercation with Stewart on j April described as pushing bouts, wrestling a new light 01 the incident. There was ro immediate wort from the Rangers about the pos sibility that Sawchuk migh have "been hurt in hockey ac tion. INFERENCES DENIED Pat Sawchuk, the divorced wife, reacted Thursday to an in ference that failure of a recon dilation attempt had left hei ex-husband in a foul mood. She said they had parted on the besl of terms after an April meeting at Detroit. In an interview al her Union Lake. Mich., home, she told of meeting the who had been her husband for Hi when he visited his father at Pontiac General Hospital. "We talked at lire hospital for two or llireo hours and then we picked up the kids and went out and had dinner she told the Detroit Free Press. "Terry said that after the sea- son he'd lil'c to IPke the kids to Florida and wanted me to go along to lake care of think in his mind felt it was the final chance for a reconcili- ation." She added: "He kissed Ilia kids goodbye ar.d we were on the best of terms." Miners Host Milk River After a couple of week's rest, the Southern Alberta Auto Racers should be better than ever this Sunday at Exhibition Speedway. Due to the Arabian Horse Show last Sunday, SAAR die not hold a meet but the drivers are ready to go all out Sunday. SAAR opened its 1970 racing season Hay 2-1 and most of UK races saw the drivers handle their cars cautiously. However, indications are thai good deal of this cautious al- titude will go out the window Sunday afternoon. Time trials Sunday will slari with racing getting underway at Iwo o'clock. Four doublcheadcrs will be run off Sunday in the City Rec- reation Baseball League. Here in Letbbridgc. al Hen- Park. Ihe Lclhbridee Junior Miners entertain Milk- Lelhbridge Crigliton Cubs, tied for the league lead with the Miners, will face Vulcan twice in Vulcan, Enchant will in Pinchpr Creek for a pair Saturday with the final 18 holes run off Sunday. Entry fee for the two-day event is set at mem- bers taking part in the chain- River twice, o'clock. at and seven 51111 Inomas, Dempsey Ink With Rams LOS ANGELES (AP) Los Angeles Rams announced Thursday they had signed two former Canadian Football League players to free agent contracts. They are Jim (Long Gone) Thomas, a running back who played six seasons with Ed- nonton Eskimos, and Wally Dempsey, a linebacker for four ears with Saskatchewan loughrlders. Both earned eaguc all-star honors twice in Canada and played out their ptions last season. Thomas, 29, gained more than 900 yards rushing and caught 50 passes. He graduated from Mississip- pi Industrial and lives in West Point. Miss. ST. LOUIS (API St. Louis Blues named 87-year-old dcf- enceman Al Arbour Friday as coach, replacing Scotty Bow- man. Bowman, who has served in dual capacities as coach and general manager the last threo seasons, will remain as genera' manager of the National Hockej League club. Terms of the two-year con- tract for Arbour, who began his professional career with Detroit in 1953, were not disclosed. Arbour played on three Stan- ley Cup championship teams- Detroit, Chicago and Toronti before joining the Blues as third-round selection in the league's expansion draft. He was selected to the West Divi- sion NHL All-Star team the last two seasons. Bowman became Blues' coach Nov. 22, 1967, and constructed the winningest record among teams in the NHL's expansion division. Under him the Blues posted a mark of 97-73-40 and won three straight West Divi- sion playoffs for berths in the Cup finals. Arbour has been captain of the team the last three years. TaLer Tourney This Weekend TABER (HNS) Taber Lakeside Golf Club's annual open tournament has been set or Sunday, June 7 at the Lake- side course. Rated the biggest sand P'eens tournament in south Al- jerta, the tourney drew 104 golfers from the three western irovinces. No qualifying rounds will he layed. However, players must ring verified handicaps from lieir own clubs. of games while Taber will visit i pionship nre asked to tee-off no Brooks. I later than Saturday and Out of town fiames will start at two o'clock and five o'clock. The Country Club champion- ship will be played this Satur- day and Sunday. Eighteen holes will he played Sunday. One game will be played Sun- day in Hie Southern Albcrla Sc'.'cer League as the Lclh- brio'ge Bombers will host the Medicine Hat Cantalinis at the Civic Centre at Ihrce o'clock. The Lethbriclge Hotel finally hit tile win column in the Com-1 day mercial Mens Fastball League. Roch Bruneau tripled and then scored on a throwing error as the Ldlibridge upset the de- fending-champion Labor Club 6-5 Thursday night. Bob Sapsford was the winning pitcher while Dennis Haydy- chuk was tagged with the loss. Ed Carpenter slammed a home run in a losing cause for the Labor Club while Darrel Knibbs chipped in with a double and single. the second game Thurs- the Dallas Hotel Cowboys bounced the M and K Generals 8-2. Dairy! Leavitt fired a five- hitler to gain the pitching ver- dict while the loss went to AJ Baird. Danny Santoni paced the Cowboys at the plate with a home run while Corrido Santoni added Tratch a triple double. and 'Larry The league will next see ac- tion next Monday at Dave El- ton Park with a doubleheader. 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TILL 9 p.m. "Serving Southern Alberto Tor Over 30 Years" Chicago Janesk! -1-2 at Mew York tottiemyre J-4 H Baltimore McNally 8-3 al Milwaukee Bolin 1-4 N Deirctt Wilson 3-2 at Oakland Odom 4 N Cleveland Paul 6-1 California Wright 6-3 [J Minnesota Slylevcn 0-0 af Washing- JFI Cox 3-3 N Kansas City Bunker 0-6 at Boston Nagy 0-0 N HURSDAY'S RESULTS Dolroit flll OM S o alrfornia Ill 000 2 Cain M-2) and Frcehan; Murphy 6-5) Garrell (9) and Aicue. Kansas City 100 003 000 00ft- 1 1 1 New York oeo ooo IPI 7 6 T Roofcer (3-3) Drabowsky (12) and Rodriguez; Bahnsen, -Waslewski McDanisl (5-1J (10) and Munson. BalHmore 001 000 J- 7 0 Oakland 001 003 A o Phoebus (3-J) Hardin Leonard [7) Wstt (8) and Minnesota 000 010 1 5 1 Boston fiO] 013 S 10 2 Kant Zepp Barber (7) and Ratliff; Sfcbert (5-2) and Salriano. HRs: B. Conrgliaro NATIONAL LEAGUE East Pet. GBL Chicago New York St. Louis Pittsburgh Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati Atlanta Angelr-i San Francisco Houston Diego 25 20 25 25 .717 .600 .5GB 23 32 (8-5) Grant (8) and Fernoncler. Dun- Oak-Fernandez (5) can HRs: Bando Chicago 410 000 12 0 Washington 101 000 3 8 1 Crider (2-2) Murphy (7) and Herr- lann; Bosnian (5-5) Shellenbsck Humphreys (8) and Rosebor. HRs: Chi Meiicn Cleveland J03 bia K 13 0 Milwaukee 100 101 10 1 Moore, Hsnnigan U-l) (i) Higgins (7) Chance (9) and Fosse; Peters Locker O'Dcnoghue (3) Krausse (B) and Roof, McNertney HRs: TODAY'S GAMES San Francisco Marlchal 2-3 at Chl- :ego Jenkins -1-7 New York Ryan 4-3 al Clnclnnall McGlothlin 6-3 N Los Ancielca Vance 4-3 af Pittsburah Ellis -M N n Diego Corklns 4-S at St. Louis Torrez 4-4 N Montreal Sfoneman 2-7 at Atlanta Stone i-1 N Philadelphia short 3-5 af Houston Le- masler 3-fl N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Montreal DOO 000 6 n Houslon -100 00! 3 i McGinn (3-5) Renko (.1) Dillmsn (7) Raymond (8) and Bafernan; Griffin (2-6) and Edwards, Bryant HR3: (11} Pcpitone New York 001 000 000- 1 7 I Atlanta .000 111 351 Scaver (7-5) M c G r 3 w (3) and Grole; Jarvis (6-3) and TMlman. HR: Osteen (B-4) and Haller; Blass (2-8) Nelson Hartenstcin (9) and San- guilien. 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