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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Juno 6, 1970 ___ BODY ENGLISH The dizzy heighf of three feet is a long way off the ground when you're just eight or nine years old. These faces of confidence, sudden panic and dis- Rookie Impresses Senators ____________________________a dain were caught at an elementary school track meet Vancouver. Cajtttcks Get Crack At 205th Best VANCOUVER (CP) Ge eral Manager Bud Poile of Va couver Canucks gels a char- to pick up the 203th-best play in the National Hockey Leagi in next week's expansion dra] He isn't too excited about it. "The draft is there ar there's no point in complainin about the ground sa" Poile, who ushered Philadelph Flyers into the big league whe the NHL doubled its size ill 196 "I only hope we get luck enough to get half a dozen guj who can play with the big club We have a lot of openings." The ground rules at the lion' real meetings are painfully sin pie for the Canucks and Buffal Sabres. For their entry fee they get to select 18 skaters am two a only after each o the 12 established clubs draw up a prelection list of 15 for wards and ciefencemen and two goalies. The Canucks can't expcc much for their money. Transportation? A good leasing plan releases capital, looks after maintenance and insur- ance, eliminates unexpected bills, pro- vides dependable, late model trans- portation. For a better teasing plan any number of cars or trucks our Leasing Manager. The sign of better leasing FRED KING LEASING LTD. ROY A. MclNTOSH Lease Manager "KING'S CORNER" 3rd Ave. at llth SI 5. Phone 327-1566 "In the expansion draft, I think we'll go for a leader on our first said Poile. "Leadership is tremendously important on a team where you're thin on talent. When I drafted for Philadelphia that as- pect didn't occur to me. "Lock what happened hi St. Louis. In their first season, the were fifth place at Christina then Lynn Patrick traded to g Red Berenson from New York. "He knew Berenson liked wear the big hat and tak charge and that he'd never ha a chance with either th Rangers of the Canadiens. CALGARY (CP) Race r from Victoria Park Friday: First M.400, claiming, 3-year-old maiden furlongs. Wellington Lad (Billingstev) 5 1.00 2-40, Fallen Miss (Barroby) 3. 2.90. Double Memory (Cuthb'ertson -40. Time: J-J. Pinedoo Wid, l.uslrous Mike, Band ee. Where You Go, Cailim Georg Second claiming, four-year-olds 'p, 7 furlongs. Ken Kal (Morris! 5.80 J.OO 3.20 Of Glen (Parsons) 14.40 6.70 olar Moud {Rasmussen) 6.70. Time: 3-5. Arbol Flor. Sandy Beau, Famou; otty. West Tor, Pickle King also ran AILY DOUBLE: S18.70. )uly One Car ironi McLarens LONDON (CP) The Mo aren auto racing team will ntor one car in the opening ace of the Canada-American Cup series at the osport track in Ontario June team manager Ted Mayer .rid today. New Zealand's Denis Hulmc, 10 burned his hands in an ac- dent at Indianapolis about a pnth ago, is expected lo be the Iriver. Brace McLaren, 32, of New aland, who was to pilot an- ler car for his team, was led June 2 in a high-speed iiash at the Goodwood track in igland. Third SMOO, claiming, 2-year-olds, 5 fu longs. Table For Tony (Norris) 11.90 6.2 3.30, Insanity Fair (K. Whittle) 12.2 5.10, Gala Path (Baroby) 3.SO. Time: 1-5. Fare Speed, Magic Dirk, Pie Manner, Miss Tally, Holly's Imag also ran. Fourth J1.500, claiming, 4-year-olds and ui 1U miles. Elisita (Hunt) 8.90 3.20 2.20, Hawk tstndnyk) 3.30 3.40, Same A iir (Norris) 770. Time: 1-5. Search Patch, Telralass, Old Army Judge Alone, New Omen, Maiic Cor also ran. claiming, 4-year-olds and up ward, 7 furlongs. Special Bout (Rasmussen) 2380 9 7( i.60, Tiqer Tuff (Lawson) 4.10 3.40 jlen's Rebel (Scofl) a.10. Time: Mainly Cloudy, Gargie, Miffed Counfess Belinda, Hollyburn also ran, 1XACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles. Perfect Host (Turc-lsky) 9.50 4.30 .20, Common Market (Hedge) 3.50 .90, Erin's Queen (Billingsley) 4..1 Time: 4-5. Bell's Sheila, Weedani, Bunny's I y. Super Quill, Merry Muffet also Seyenlh Herald Handicap, 3-year-olds, furlongs. Preben's Pride (Combs) 13.M 710 30, Tinga Bulldog (Norris) 1700 650 lying Award (K. Whittle) 3 00 Time: 1-5. Ledger Time, sellan Juwall, Silver- do Trail, Destiny's Favour, Pine ]SS also ran. Eighth ing, 4-year-olds and up. clair furlongs. Wee Celtic (Rasmussen) 650 320 30, Crankshaft (Lawson) 3.40 3.40, nda Rullah (B. Cuthbertson) 5.30 Time: 3-5. Hour Magic, Grin Tin Tin, Tedlee, reiami. Sheila's Vickie also ran. UINELLA: "Patrick got a leader and the Blues never looked back." Sources of inspiration who may become available to Van- couver include defenceman Ted Harris of Montreal and Harry llowell of the Seals, Dean Pren- tice of the Penguins and centre Orland Kurtenbach. TRIED TO DEAL Poile tried to do some wheel- ing with the established teams prior (o the trading deadline t'.vo weeks ago but he struck cat. He particularly wanted to deal off right winger Paul An- drea, the Canucks' leading goal scorer during their final West- ern Hockey League season, and left winger John Cotton, 26, who had 27 goals and 45 assists with Vancouver's inept American League club in Rochester. 'You try to make a trade with the old clubs and all they want to talk about is your draft choices and I'm .just net pre- >ared to give up either our first or second said Poile. Vancouver goes into the four- day draft meetings owning 35 minor-league pros lock, stock ml bellypads, but only "eight or line of them could play in the S1IL." By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gt'tie Alauch has finally lasted victory after two iong weeks of iiitter losses now the opti- mistic manager of the lowly Montreal Expos is filled with .hcughfs cf winning. The lixpas did it the hard way "riday night, coming from bo- und a pair of runs in the jovcnth aral gelling a ninth in- ling hc'incr from Coco Labcy, to beat Atlanta Braves 3-2. The triumph snapped Mont- real's losing streak at 11 games longest hi the majors this still left the Iwo- 'ear-old expansion club at the tottcin of the National League Division, games 'Slrjid Clucago. In other ganves, Chicago Cubs outed San Francisco Giants 12- Cincinnati Reds downed New -Ork Iviets 54 in ah contest, Pitls- urgh Pirates Marked Los An- cles Dodgers :i-0, San Diego 'adres nipped St. Louis Carcii- als 3-2 Houston Astros topped Philadelphia Phillies in 1 innings. 8-7. "When you're losing, you der if you'll ever win M inch said afterward. "When you do win one, you don't think you'll lose anymore.'' Montreal's last victory was on May 22 when the Expos stopped Pittsburgh 6-3. BLANK CAlrt'Y Four Expos hurlers stopped the major league's hottest hit- ter, Rico Carciy. The Braves' left fielder went O-for-3 and dropped seven points to .423. "Yep, we held him lo a 375- foot fly ball and two ground balls." Mauch said. On Carly's Luis Tinnl, hurled seven innings ;uid allowed five hits. The only run came on Lee Maye's Icadoff homer. Elsewhere in the AL, Balti- more Orioles edged Milwaukee Brewers 3-2, iVew York Yankees ripped Chicago While Sox 10-1, California Angels nipped Cleve- land Indians 2-1, Oakland Alh- lelies downed Dclroil Tigers 4-2 and Boston Red Sox beat Kan- sas City Royals 4-2. The road to the for Blyleven began in Zcisl, Hol- land, where he was born. The family moved to Saskatoon in 1953 and to southern California in 1937. WHAT'S THAT? "I didn't know anything about baseball until soine friends asked me when 1 was 10 if 1 was going out for L i 111 c BIylcvcn said. "1 asked what wss Blyleven was the Twins' third choice in the free-agent draft last June and went on to post a 7-2 record in two rookie leagues and a sensational 8-0 mark in the Florida Instructional League. "He's the best looking pros- pect I've raved manager Billy nigncy. "ll's hard to base it oil one said 11 o w a r d, who grounded out, flied out and struck out against Hie youngs- ter, "but il looks like somebody taught him a whole fly, Montreal rightfielder Rusty Staub caught the ball with his back against the fence. The Braves jumped to a 2-0 lead but the Expos tied it off starter George Rone in the sev enth on three crasecitive hit, after two were cut. John Bocca bella doubled, a single by Bcbbj Wine followed Bob Bailey', dcuble tied it at 2-2. Laboy then stroked his game winner off veteran reliever Hoy Wilhelm in Ihe rjitith. "I didn't know it was gone be cause I'm not a power said Laboy, after bitting his sec- ord homer of the year. "It feels good, great, to break the losing streak." Meanwhile Bert Blyleven made his American League debut with Minnesota Tuics Friday and made an immediate impression on Washington Senators. "He's everything people said he said Washington slug- ger Frank Howard after the Senators lost 2-1. Blyleven, a 19-year-old right- lander called up from the American Association earlier this week to replace the injured CHARLOTTE, N.C. CAP) Lou Graham took the lead but said he wasn't satisfied. John Schroedcr said he couldn't be- lieve he'd failed to sign his scorecard. Jack Nicklaus said so long. "I'm alwaj's satisfied with a got to be." Graham said after taking the second- round lead with a 135 in the Kemper open golf four- nament Friday. "But I'm not at all satisfied with the way I lu't the ball." Schroeder said: "I just know I signed the card." THAT CALL? FOR A VERY SARCASTIC REMARK, BUT r CAN'T BE, But he didn't, and a 63 for 133 and a spot among the leaders was wiped out on the disqualifi- cation for the promising youngs- ter. Nicklaus, the pre-lourney fa- vorite who hadn't finished out of the top 20 (his season, had put- ting woes, took a 74 and failed to make the cut for the final two rounds at 147. Graham, 32, whose only vic- tory in years on the tour came in the 1057 Minnesota Classic, was one stroke in front of Art Wall, who took his second consecutive 68. Lionel Hebert slipped from an opening 66 to a 71 but remained in contention in third place at 137. Arnold Palmer delighted his luge gallery with another 69 for 138, just three strokes away. Five strokes off the pace was Toronto's Al Balding who shot a :9 to go with his opening 71. leorge Knudson of Toronto was veil back rath a vhile Gary Bowerman, also of Toronto, missed the cut with a Los Angeles Dodgers THERE1? ATHLETICS ON THE OTHER CHANNEL TODAY'S GAMES Garrett' Is Drafted NEW YORK (AP) Baseball cmpleled its annual summer cc-agent draft Friday with i. tal of selections, includ- g the surprising pick cf Mike arrett, Kansas City football ar, by Los Angeles Dodgers' ganization. Garrett said he ans to quit football after the 70 season. The total fell short cf the rec- d 1.169 in June, 1967, and was so below the 1969 figure of 47. Apparently the big lea- WEST MOBILE HOMES Exclusive Mobile Home Dealers For COMMODORE; McGINNIS PARKWOOD CRESTWOOD PARAMOUNT BUY the BEST for LESS! 1970 PARAMOUNT guers felt the 1970 crop little below par. Baltimore was the______ live team with 67 selections, in- cluding 57 in the regular phase covering high school and cDllege graduates and 10 in the second- ary phase, involving those pre- viously drafted but not signed. Al Campanis, general mana- ger of the Dodgers, sent a buzz i players who go back Into the pool if they refuse to sign. How- ever, r.o other club can negoti- ate with them in the meantime- through the meeting hall when he announced that the Dodgers, on behalf of their Bakerefield' 12' x 66' 3 bedrooms, completely furnished BANK RATE INTEREST SHORT TERM MONTHLY PAYMENTS MUST SELL 1964 ESTA VILLA 16' TRAILER like now condition. MAKE US AN OFFER (FORMERLY TED'S MOBILE HOMES) OPEN 2-5 P.M. FOR SUNDAY BROWSING Calif., team in the California League, were drafting Garrett. In Lcs Angeles, the Dodgers' public relations office said Gar- rett "came to the Dodgers about a week ago and told Cam- panis he was not interested in playing football after his cur- :enl five-year contract Kansas City expires." Garrett, a 5-foot-9, 200-pcuii running back, said in New Yor he will announce his plans t nuit football Monday and wi negotiate with the bascbai Dodgers when free. MLIKORMAN PICKED The first player picked in tli< secondary phase was Dayk Kingman, a pitcher-outfieldei from Southern California, se looted by San Francisco Giants Kingman, 6-6 and 210, throws and bats right-handed. He suf fered a broken arm this season and switched lo the outfield with great success. As in Thursday's first round, several relatives cf former -01 current baseball players were drafted. John McLish, outfielder in an Oklahoma high school and son of Cal McLish, Montreal pitch- ing coach, was taken by the Expos, who also grabbed Roy Smalley, son of a former big- league infielder. New York Yankees drafted Keith Mcthony, son cf former Yankee Bud Met hen y. San Francisco took lien Heise, brother of Giants' infielder Bobby IIei.sc. All of the draft selections gave the clubs only the cxclu- Minor Baseball In Lakeside Little League jlay Friday evening Terry Mclm-idi pitched Ihe Red Sox to i 9-i triumph over the Tigers, Olsbaski, who gave way o Paul Byrne in the tlard urning, was the loser. Bart Greenway and Greg Graham paced the winners Wltnfeach wilh two singles. Larry Lennox replied with a double for the Tigers. In N'Crcrest Farm League play the Bisons dumped (he Ti gers 17-9 with Mark Tuttle the winning pitcher. The loss wen lo Clark Bosch. Bryan Campbell had a per- fect night at the plate as he came up with a triple, two dou- bles aixl two singles in five trips. Bill Todd managed a dot ble and two singles. Bruce 0 son belted a triple for the T gers. san Francisco perry 7-6 at Chicag Hands 7-3 San Diego Coombs 5-4 at SI. Loui< Carlton 3-6 N 1.05 Angeles Sutlon 7-5 at Pittsburgh Ellis 4.4 N J New York Sadecki 4-0 al Cincinnat Merrst 10-3 N Montreal Stoncman 2-7 at Atlanta ash 7-1 rj Philadelphia Wise 3-3 at Houston Wilson 1-1 N FRIDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia 00! 000 310 131 Houslon .....002 500 111 12 Short, Lersch (7) Hoerner 8 Selma (2-4) (a) and Saiei, Hution 16) Compton Lemaster, Giadding (7) Delauro B Marshall (8) Bouton (P) Ray (3-2) (11) and Bryant. New York 101 1 1 1 Cincinnati 103 001 S 62 Ryan (4-4) Raylor (8) and Dyer McGlothlin (7-3) Gulletl (81 and Bench. HRs: NY-Foy (3) Agee San Diego ill 000 1 SI. Louis 10D 001 1 t, 3 Dobson (4-5) Rodriguez (9) and Bar- ton; Torrtz Linzy and Sim- mons. Montreal 000 000 382 Atlanta.....001 oil 2 6 1 McGinn Dlllman (2-2) Raymond (9) and Bateman; Stone, Wilhelm (2-2) (8) and Didier HR: Los Angelej 000 000 0 i 0 Pittsburgh 001 111 lOx- 3 10 0 Moeller (1-1) Normen Mikkelsen 7) and Haller, Sudanis Moose (6-4) and Sangutllen. San Francisco 021 000 874 Chicago 401 OH 16 0 AAarichal Reberger Davi- son McMahon (8) and Diotz; Jen- kins Colborn (9) and Hlatt. riRs.: McCovey 20 West Minnesota 32 California 32 Oakland 38 Kansas City 19 Chicago TO Milwaukee TODAY'S GAMES Detroit Niekro 4-5 at Oakland Dob- an 5-5 Chicago Horlen 5-5 of New YorK Cumberland 1-3 Kansas City Moreliead 2-1 at Boston Peters 3-6 Minnesota Perry 6-5 at Washington Hannon 0-1 or Gnenda 2-2 N Baltimore Palmer 7-2 at Mllwaukca Brabender 1-7 N Cleveland Chance 1-5 at California May 3-3 N FRIDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 100 00 California 100 100 2 8 Paul Chance Ellsworth (8) and Fosse; Wright (8-3 Tafum end Egan. HRs: Pinson Cowan Detroit 100 Oil 2 2 lakland 000004 4 6 1 Wilson Scherman Patter- on Kilkenny (6) and Freehanj Odom, Segui (5-3) Lachemann 7) and Fernandez. altimore 010 110 3 I Milwaukee 001 260 McNally (9.3) and Hendricks; Bplin 1-5) and McNertney, Roof HRs: alt-Relternmund Hendricks (3) hicago 000 CIO 7 5 1 ew York .110140 10 11 1 Janeski (4-3) Arrigo Sisk (5) Veaver (B) and Herrmann; Stottle- yre (5-4) and Munson. HRs: urcer (2) (6) White a lisas City 000 110 1 R l oslon 200 020 4 t 1 Butler Fitzmorris (6) and Rod- guet; Nagy Romo (8) and avlefich. HRs: Oliver Yastnemski Minnesota 100 Oil 380 Washington loo ODD 1 5 o Biyleven Perranosk! (8) and Mitterwald; Cox Knowles (8) and French. HR: Wash-Mayo MINOR BASEBALL Pacific Coast Portland 6 Eugene 3 Hawaii -1 Tucson 2 Spokan Phoeni ix 4 Salt Lake City iiiv LuiuA UNiv uiu uxL'iu- 5JJ.2. Stcvo Savage, Oregon sivo negotiating rights with Uiel was fifth with Five Runners Excel Iu lYIiJc EUGENE. Ore. (API-Norm Prerise of Vancouver was one of ive runners Friday night to run i sub-four-minute mile in the innual Trilight meet. Trcrisc was fourth with his personal best time of The winner was ttoscoe Di- ine, University of Oregon son- or, in Steve Prcfontaine, )regon freshman, was second in :57.'I, and Dave Wilborn of Or- ,'on Track Club was third in Steve Savage, FULL PUB NYLON CORD WITH GRIP-AROUND TREAD "The More For Your Money Tire" 4 full plies 100% tension Tempered nylon construction Heat guard protection Tough armorubbor tread with nolybutadiene Multiple gripping edges Priced from 1695 ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE lit Avt. South MIOIW or ;