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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _______ friday, 3, 1970 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD _ Seaver Drops Fourth Straight, Blass Eighth ANDY CAPP By THE ASSOCIATED IMUCSS flic last llii-ce weeks have been happy ones for Chunk Os- leen, something loss than hilar- ious for Tom and a nightmare for Steve Blass. The tlircc v derail N ational League pitchers worked Thurs- day night and cadi kept his streak alive. OsUux the stjli-ih Los Ange- les Dodgers southpaw, captured his fifth consecutive triumph', a 5-0 masterpiece over Pittsburgh while Pira'jcs starter Blass lost liis eighth game in a row. Mean- while, Seaver, the New York llels ace, dropped his fourth straight, 3-1 to Atlanta Braves. in the only other game, Hous- ton Aslrus romped over Alont- 8-0, sending the skidding TOPS AT Ranson of Nanton, left, and Mike Lindsay of Claresholm shared aggregate honors at the recent Southwest Zone track and field meet. A com- pleie list of winners follows below. JUNIOR GIRLS 100-yard dash 1, Brenda Schmidt, Winston Churchill; 2. Deb Smith, Man- ton. Time: 13.3 seconds. 728-yard dash I. Grcnda Schmldf, Winston Churchill; 7. Lori crcightrm, Nanton. Time: 27.5 seconds. 440-yard dash 1. Laurie Pearson, Ctaresholm; 1. Carrol Gallup, Pinch- cr creek. Time: 70.8 seconds. flBO-ynrd dash 1. Debbie Borzel, LCI; 2. Shelley Ibbolson, Winslon Churchill. Time: Long Jump 1. Lorraine Murray, Claresluilm; 2. Bev Wagner, Nanton. Distance: Higli Jump 1. Debbie Borzel, LCI) 3. Deb Smith, Nar.ton. Height: Javelin 1. Judy Me Nab, Milk Riv- er; 2. Mary Ann Miller, MilSi River. Distance: fip'81' Shot Put 1. Debbie Borzel, LCI; 3. Carol Gugala, Clsresholm. Distance: Discus Debbie Qoriel, LCI; 2. Judy McNab, Milk River. Distance: BO-mOtcr hurdles 1. Kathy Wilson, Catholic Centra! High School; 2. Joy Duce, Claresholm. Time: 1S.B seconds. 440-yard relay 1. Nanton; 2. Pincn- Creek. Time: 55.9. SENIOR GIRLS 100-y.ird dash l. Joanne Hunt, Winslon Churchill; 2, Deb Ransom, Nanton. Time: 12.6 seconds, 220-yard dash 1. Deb Ransom, Nanton; 2. Joanne Hunt, Winston Churchill. Time: 28.1 seconds. 440-yarrl dasli 1. Carla Milk River; 2. Judy Kemp, Pincher Creek. Time: 73.9 seconds. Long Jump 1. Deb Ransom, Nan- ton; 2. Joanne Hunt, Winston Churchill. Distance: High Jump 1. Teresa Green, Nan- ton; 2. Donna Scholer, Claresholm. Heighl: Shot Put 1. jean Kambeltz, Cath- olic Central High School; 2. Joyce Hall, Claresholm. Distance: Discus 1, EMine Drevenak, Pinch- cr Creek; 2. Bonnie Gaclz, Pincher Creek. Distance: GO-metre hurdles -a- l. Palty McDon- ald, Clareslialm; 2. Sherry Thompson, KAHS. Time; 17.6 seconds. 440-yard relay I, Ciaresholm; 2. Pincher Creek, Time: 58.0 seconds, JUNIOR BOYS 180-yard dash 1. Ken ShasKJn., Win- ston Churchill; 2. Kirby Funnell, Nan- Ion. Time: 11.2 seconds. 220-yard dash 1. Kirby Funnell, Nanfon; 2. Harry Smith, Milk River. Time: 25.5 seconds. 400-yard dash 1. Joe Johnson, Claresholm; 2. Arm'm Gerstenbuhler, Winston ChurchilL Time: 59.fi seconds. BSD-yard run 1. Larry Sears, Nan- too; 2. Darryl Wieringa, Clarcsholm. Time: 1 mile run 1. Walt Zobell, Ray- mond; 2. Larry Scars, Nanton, Time; Long Jump 1, Ken Shaskln, WJn- Bton Churchill) 2. Chris McMasters, Nanton. Distance; High Jump 1. Jim Wilson, Catholic Central High School; 2. John Seaman, Catholic Central High School- Javelin 1. Armln Gerstenbuhler, Winston Churchill; 2. Greg Hammond, Pincher Creek. Distance: Shot Pul 1. Paul Zook, Catholic Central High School; 2. Armin Gersten- buhler, Winston Churchill. Distance: W Discus 1. Armin Gcrstenbuhlcr, Winston Churchill; 2. Pal Pfefferie, Claresholm. Distance: 98'3'V. Triple Jump I. Ken Shaskln, Win- ston Churchill; 2. John Seaman, Cath- olic Cenlral Hiah School. Distance: 37' 440-yard relay 1. Claresholm; 2. Nanlon. Tims; 50.4 seconds. INTERMEDIATE BOYS 100-yard dash 1. Parrel Wilson, Winston Churchill; 1, Fred Delamare, Nanlon. Time: 10.J seconds. dash 1. Dsrrel Wilson, Winston Churchill; 2. Fred Delamare, Nanton. Time: 215 seconds. 830-yard run 1. Paul Degen, Pinch- tt Creek; 2. Monte Court, Raymond. Time: Long Jump 1. Kim Scott, Nanton; 2. Crairj Whitehead, Claresholm. Dis- tance: High Jump 1. Denny Lorec, Clares- holm; 2. Craig Whitehead, Clsresholm. Height: Triple Jump 1. Kim Scott, Wanton; 2. Bid Shearer, Claresholm. Dislance: 35'-', W. Shot Put 1. Lyle Gallant, Cath- olic Central High School; 2. Fred Som- mer, LCI. Distance: Discus 1. Lyle Gallant, Catholic Central High School; 2. Fred Sommer, LCI. Distance: Javelin 1. Lyle Gallant, Cafnolic Central High School; 2. Brent Hinkley, Nanton. Distance: One fAile Run i, Laine Wright, Nanton. Time; 445-yard relay Nanton; 2. Pincn- er Creek. Time: -18.8 seconds. SENIOR BOYS 100-yard dash T. Alex Kogler, Win- ston Churchill; 2. Alvin Simpson, Pinch- er Creek. Time; 10.8 seconds. 220-yard dash 1. Alex Ktxjl Winston Churchill; 2, Neil Wilson, Claresholrn. Time: 2-1.5 seconds. flic-yard dash t. Roy Kennedy, Fort Macleod; 2. Randy Handtord, Pitcher Creek, Time: 60.6 seconds. EflO-yard run 1, Mike Lindsay, Ciaresholm; 1. Floyd Welling Tallow, Fort Maclend: Time: Ons Mile Run T. Floyd Melting Tallow, Fort Macfeod; 2. Ron Ken- nedy, Fort Macleod. Time: Long Jump 1. Alex Kogler, Win- ston Churchill; 2. Nell Wilson, Clares, nolm. Distance; 1WW. Triple Jump 1. David Warren, Claresholm; 2. Dennis Tomlk, Fort Matleod. Distance: Shot 1. Donald Szarko, Milk River; 2. Veryl Tolley, Fort Macleod. Distance: Discus 1. Gary Taitinger, Clares- holm; 2. Donald Siarko, Milk River. Distance: Javelin 1. Gary Taitinger, Clares- holm; 2. Brady Kidd, Claresholm. tance: WE'RE OPEN 24 Hours A Day Everyday! INCLUDING! FUliing licences Uvo Bait Etc., Etc. Be sure to Check Our Selection of Stereo Tapes. have one of the largest d'is ploys in Southern Alberta. iSSO SERVICE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND MAYOR MASRATH DRIVE Licensed Mechanic On Duty from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon., Thur., Fri. Expos to their Hth consecutive loss. Ostccn, R4, only 98 pitches and didn't go to a three-ball count during the cri- lirc game in limiting tlie hard- hitting Pirates (o six hits. "It's a lot of fun when you pitch like Ostcen said after whining his eighth decision IF HIE 1AIREML.LY hot continues and the algae and weeds aie allowed to contm ue to grow in Henderson Lake, the rainbows in the lake are in for real trouble. The weed and algae growth in Henderson during the past few hot days has been almost fantastic. A few weeks of this kind weather and the oxygen content of the water will be next to nil. With the Legion fish derby set for Henderson for Saturday, the kids are going to have a tough time with all the muck in the water. Bill Smith of 744-16th St. N., says he would like to see more rainbows in the one he caught last weekend. It had two mouths. ONE OF THE GABBIER radio programs that is on the air each weekday morning gets irritating at times. Earlier this week someone called in com- plaining that scouters were keeping the public out of the Boy Scout Camp Impeesa area at Beaver Mine Lake west of Pincher Creek. And so they should. The desecration that lias taken place Impeesa is really something. Who the culprits are is hard to say fishermen, hunters? Not taking the littering into account, the damage to the site and buildings has been some- thing. Last Sunday three scouters and three members of a local service club were out to get the camp in shape for the coming season. Beaver Lake is one of the favorite fishing spots for one of the announcers on that program, and if he is observant at all, he should have been able to provide the proper information to the caller. Unless the campers and fishermen frequenting Beaver Mine Lake start behaving more like sports- men, perhaps the best thing that can be done is to have the lake poisoned out and there'll be no fish- ing. That is if Camp Impeesa is going to be saved. The other solution might be for individuals and organizations to start raising a real fuss with the de- partment of lands and forests to provide public camping areas and better access to other parts of the lake. STEPS ARE BEING taken to revive the Leth- bridgc Society For the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- mals. A meeting has been set at the home of Mrs. Vi Kandel for next Thursday at p.m. Address 1319-9th Ave. S. Those interested should call Mrs. Kandel beforehand. The Lethbridge Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals faded out when the Alberta So- ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals took over the operations of the city's animal shelter. The city severed relations with the Alberta Society this year. CLARESHOLM FISH AND WILDLIFE officer Bill Willows reports that rainbows have now been stocked in Chain Lakes west of Nanton. An- other are to be planted soon. The provincial parks branch is supposed to do some work at Chain Lakes this year, but there isn't much money allotted. Gold Springs Park and Lehto's Reservoir have both been stocked with rainbow yearlings each. The back water below St. Mary's Dam received rainbow yearlings. Others include Beauvais Lake, rainbow fingerlings; Beaver Mines Lake, fingerlings; Taber Fish and Game Pond, 3.000 yearlings; Reesor Lake in the Cypress Hills, There was a par- tial winter kill at Reesor, but fishing is still good. Police Lake has been stocked with finger- lings. We are not sure whether the last load arrived this week or not, but Tyrrell's Lake should now have rainbows. New Leaders At Country Club in nine starts and lowering Ms eamed-run average to 2.48. Ostccn, who was 20-15 last year, started his streak on May 17 with a four-hit shutout over San Francisco Giants. Tuesday night Oslcen got nil the support he needed from Wes Parker, who drove ill three runs ilh a double and a sacrifice y. Seaver, who had a 25-7 record last year, rolled to six straight victories this season before dropping a 2-0 decision to Mont- real. He then beat Philadelphia Phillies on a one-hitter on May 15 but hasn't won since. He now is 7-5. Blass, a 16-10 liurler last sea- son, sank to 2-1! and hasn't tasted victory since April 22 when the right-hander beat Houston ti-1 on a three hitter. Meanwhile New York Yankees were three outs away Irom losing an American league no-hitter Thursday night, but recovered to beat "Kansas City Royals 2-1 in 12 innings. Baltimore Orioles were jealen 4-2 by Oakland Athletics iixl their East Division lead aver the Yankees was rcdueed D games. Kansas City left-hander Jim Hooker, with a 1-0 lead, held the Yankees hitless going into the last half of the ninth inning, when Horace Clarke tagged a JoH single and scored tne tying run for New York. In other games, Boston Red Sox dropped Minnesota Twins 3-1, Cleveland Indians clipped Milwaukee Brewers 8-4, Chicago tVhite Sox whipped Washington Senators 7-3 and Detroit Tigers defeated California Angels 4-2. After Clarke wrecked Hook- er's no-hitter try, Bobby Murcer drilled a double to score Clarke and force extra innings. Ron Woods opened the New York 12th with a single, but was 'orced out on John Ellis' grovuv der. Gene Michael singled and pinch-hitter Pete Ward walked to load the bases. Mae Dra- bowsky relieved Beaker and Clarke hit his second pitch to centre field, scoring Jerry Ken- pinch-running for Ellis, with the winr.ing run. 'VE ALWAVS GOT LUMBAGO WHFWA1Y j I LOVE EVER. 'APPENEbT'VERt'b EVSN MRKV VE Gem' Veres had almost ev- erything his own way Thurs- day in the Big League. Veres staick nine batters and fired a no-hitter as Mar- tini's Cardinals blanked the New Dayton Giants 16-0. Veres also paced his club's attack as he stroked two trip- les and a single while Jim Williams.and Tim Hauff each had a triple, double and single off losing pitcher Hal Culler. Wesley Tuttle had a double and two singles in pacing the Tigers to a 15-12 Senior Little League win over the Senators. Peter Elkjar was the winning pitcher while Uie loss went to James McLaren. Bill Han-is added a double and single for the winners while losing-pitcher McLaren and Dale McMann each had a doub- le and single in a losing cause. Barry Coghlin was the win- ning chucker as the Wolves posted a 11-4 Norcrest Minor League victory over the Bears. Wesley Findlay stroked two home runs for the winners while Cowie added a double and single. Doug Waack was tops for the losers with a triple and single. In another Norcrest Minor League game. Pion Schwarz struck out seven batters as the Buffaloes edged Uio Beavers 15-13. Warren Toth lilt two homers for the winners while winning- pitcher Schwarz knocked in Mel Cherienko with the winning run. The Rockets blasted the Ex- pos 17-2 in a Lakeside Minor League game as Kevin Gallo- way had a double and two singles for the winners. Lohuis added three sin- gles for the winners. In Big League action the Pirates outscored the Expos !l-6 as John Seaman picked up the win. The loss went to Randy Andreachuk. Al Korth and Laurie Legge stroked a pair of singles each for the winners. Greg Hamilton j managed a double and a single i for the Expos while Don ma added a double. The Jots 'belted Larks 14-4 in Lakeside farm league play as Riimiy Johnson was tiia winning pitdier. D. Steed suf- fered the setback. Kevin Dnigland pounded out a double and tlu-ee singles while Tony Slonahan had a rouble and two singles for tha John Craig had the only hit o'if Johnson, a single. TRL'LL SIGN'S EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton Eskimos of the West- ern Football Conference an- n o u n c e d today they have signed quarterback Don Trull, 28, an eight year veteran of the American Football League. MOC'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates JACK FULLER 328-2515 For the first time this year, a team other Uian B and R Men's Wear is sitting atop the Country Club Golf League standings. Beny's swept eight points from B and R Thursday to take over first place in the league. .Beny's has 47 points wliile B and R has 46. Bam' Kimcry of Lethbridge Office Furniture and Mike Gri- sak of Dorigattis shared the low gross honors as each shot a 39. Vaughn Giffen of Beny's took the low net as he had a' 32. In the Lakeside Golf League, Cliff Stroh of Safeirays shared both the low gross and the low net honors. Stroh and Gordon Laurie of South Alberla each firol a 35 for the low net while Stroh, Tim Chlug of Pahul.ies, and Jim Shigehiro each had a 32 total for the low net. Boise Cascade took tho low team net ns Alec Miincll. Al Aos. Leo ara! .lohn Park combined for a total of HO, Hal Brown of C1IEC picked up the prize for the longest putt on the 18th hole as he sunk a 17'8" putt. One sweep was scored as Safcways took eight points from the A and W. Flemings took over the league lead from Bastedos as Flemings have 49 poinls, one more than Bastedos. STANDINGS COUNTRY CLUB Bunys -J7 n and R Mens Wear -io Doriqdltis Lilyiialc 3' Hepps "'3 35 Aslros 3-f CHEC 3.1 Lcthbritlne Office Furniture .33 Packers 33 LAKESIDE r-lomings. FMliuljes Oweni Parsons MEN'S S Newest styles and fabrics. Broken lines and sizes. Regular to 155.00 SPECIAL Regular to 95.00 SPECIAL.. IV 29 Includes matching d r e s l shirt, tie, and pocket hankie. Reg. 14.00. 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