Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
ANDY CAPP COME ON-I'M 'UNGRY.' GO I 'AVE T' WAIT All BLIMEY! LAMB CHOP AGAIN IS THAT ALL YEK CAN THINK ONE OFTHESE 'E'UL GET A KARATE. Champs End Losing Streak Shamsky Sparks Mets JL By THE CANADIAN PRESS A two-run homer by Ar Shamsky destroyed pitche Jack Billinghani's s h u t o u streak Monday night as York Mets trimmed Housto Astros 2-0 in the only schedule National League game. High thander Jim McAndrew limite the Astros to five singles as th Mets ended a five-game losin, streak. In the only American Leagu contest, Tommy Harper's horn un off the first pitch of th game sparked Milwaukee Bre ers to a 5-2 win over Chicag While Sox. Three inter-league exhibition were played Monday night. Ba: timore Orioles downed Philade! pliia Phillies 7-4, Montrea Expos outscored Boston Red Sox 8-6, and Kansas Cty Royals beat Pittsburgh Pirates 6-4. At Houston, McAndrew am BUlingham were locked in shutout duel' over five innings Cleon Jones started (he New York rally in the sixth with t one-out single. Shamsky fol lowed with his sixth home run of the season to cut Billing ham's string of scoreless pitch ing at 25 innings. The Astros threatened ti score In the seventh. Joe Pepi tone opened with a single, bu was out when Jim Wynn hit into a double play. Norm Miller and Denis Menke followed with con tecutive singles, but Keith Lam pard flied out to end the inning Lew Krausse scattered s Chicao hits, one of them a horn run by Ed Hermann, to pick up his fourth victory for the Berw ers. Milwaukee fattened its leaoup IV, have clinched quart- er-final berths with two wins Bulgaria and Mo- rocco. The England players, camped n Guadalajara, complained that for the second night in a row Brazilian fans and Mexican supporters kept them awake with bongo drums and blaring trumpets. "It's simply impassible to get to said team captain Bobby Moore. Some of the play- ers relaxed Monday at a hotel outside the city centre to get away from the noise. The Mexican-Brazilian alli- ance has come up with a Joint chant of "Me-he-co-Bra-zil" which is not Just confined to voices. Car horns blare out the rhythm in the streets of the cap- ital and in Guadalajara, Mexi- co's second city. Against Czechoslovakia, It Is essential for Ramsey to find a way to get goals from an attack which has produced only one in two matches. Against Brazil his 4-4-2 sys- tem produced chances enough to win. Only Ramsey knows whether ho will stick with his cm-rent front runners, Geoff Hurst and Francis Lee, or send in young strikers Allan Clarke and Peter Osgood. The International Federation of Football that four El Salva- dor players were cautioned for actions in the match against Mexico Sunday. This resulted from a dispute over the first goal. The Salvado- reans thought they had a free kick; the Mexicans believed it was theirs. The Salvadoreans moved for- ward to take- the kick but tho Mexicans got it. with the Salva- doreans out of position, and scored. Afterwards a lot of jos- tling and pushing around tha referee occurred. El Salvador, Morocco end Bulgaria already have been eliminated m-athematically with two losses each. Stewarl Cleared Of Any Criminal Responsibility Was Comp MINEOLA, N.Y. (CP) A Nassau County grand jury has ruled the death of Terry Saw- chuk, long-time National Hockey League- goalkeeping great, was "completely acciden- tal" and marked the case closed, Ron Stewart, a New York Ranger team-mate of Sawchuk, was cleared Monday of any criminal responsibility in the May 31 dealh of the 40-year-old goalkeeper, taken to hospital in acute pain last April 29 after a scuffle with Stewart at the rented homo they shared on Long Island. District Attorney William A. Calm, announcing the grand jury's decision, said the case is "closed so far as any fur ther criminal investigation bj this office is concerned." Stewart left for Toronto lin mediately after testifying befo. the grand jury for 45 minutes. The future of the 37-year-olc Stewart with Rangers, where h is a penalty-killing and right winger, remained un certain. The New York team: di< not put him pn its protected lis for today's NHL intra-leagn draft in Montreal. ARGUMENT 'CHILDISH' Cahn told reporters that th testimony from nine witnesses j including Stewart, indicated th two hockey players had been ir volved April 29 in a "childis and senseless verbal argumenl with a lot of pushing and shov after a disagreement over cleaning and closing their rented house at East Atlantic Beach. Cahn said Sawchuk's death was "tragic, senseless, bi- zarre." "The exact cause of Saw- chuk's injury remains unknown. There was no evidence by any of the eyewitnesses that any blows were said Calm. Evidence showed that Saw- chuk and Stewart first had words in a Long Beach bar. "Tlffi argument continued at the home and apparently Stewart fell backward over an obstacle in the van! and Saw- Players, Owners Are In Agreement NEW YORK (AP) The Major League Baseball Players Association announced today In a statement issued by Mar- vin Miller, president of the asso- ciation, it said: "The players Galloway Sparkles The Bank of Nova Scotia coasted to an easy win in the Businessmen's Fastball League Monday night. Bill Galloway blasted a home run and added two singles as the Bank of Nova Scotia dump- ed the City of Lethbridge 14-3. Lynne Rosaine was the win- ning pitcher with the loss tag- ged on Bill Benney. Keith Flammon helped out the Bank's attack with a double and three singles. Wayne Gregory stroked four singles for the losers while Tosh Kanashiro added two singles. Competitors Set Mark At Derby Henderson Lake was llnet with fisherman over the week end as the annual Royal Cana dian Legion, General Slewar Branch, fishing derby was held A record entry list of 736 took in the competition. The entry tops the 400 at last year's event. The top prize for the besi fisherman under 16 years o age went to Susan Rhinelander of 413 Rideau Court. There was a tie for the best over 65 years of age between William Ka- luska of 131 19th Street North and A. Martin of 611 7th Avenue South. Trophy winners In the even included John Miklos, Peter Vanderlee, Peggy Hutton, Doi Cropley, Sheri Ann Larko and George Hughes. Miss Larko was the youngest competitor at one year while Hughes was the oldest at 89. Other winners were T. Ander- son of Claresholm, who came Jie farthest to take part, Jack Sheild, Joanne EUerman, Law- rence Gardine, John Calhoune, Joanne Wisker'ke, Mike Willis, David Angle. Eoyd Connine, Kerry McDonald, Michelle Crciehton and Ken Stevens. IN GOOD SHAPE EDMONTON (CEO-Graham ,awrence, 28, of New Zealand, vho will be racing the publicly- owned racing car "Spirit of Ed- monton" in return for a share if the prize money, tested the car at Speedway Race Track oday and pronounced it in ;ood condition. Agrees Some Changes Could Be Made Player Praises South Africa By KENNETH WHITING JOHANNESBURG (AP) ary Player, embroiled in the widening controversy over iparthcid, praised his native South Africa Monday, but ad- mitted some changes had to be nade. The diminutive professi o n a 1 golfer, who has won some on the U.S. pro tour this although under police guard against demonstrators at nany tournaments, said his ravels have showed him that South Africa has only minor roblems compared to Western lalions. South Africa was the best ountry in tho world to livo in, e said, free from race riots, ampus troubles, and still main- tained discipline and law alia" order. "What's more I think we have a greater love for an undertand- ing of the non-white people in this country than they have in America for their he said. "'If it's a matter of sacrificing mir country for sport, we must sacrifice sport." But he did say that being forced to make such a clwice would be a tragedy. DECISION NOT HIS "Basically, what. I'm trying to say is that if we want to com- pete with the rest of the world as it is thinking now, we are going to have to comply with tiio way tliey are he said. "We will have to make some changes. What they are I don't know. This is where the government will have to make the decision." South Africa's segregationist policies have led to the banning of South Africa from the last Olympic Games, and its being kicked out of Uie Olympic move- ment and the Davis Cup in ten- nis. Prime Minister John Vorstcr has rejected the criticisms of the rest of the world. 'If the choice is between tak- ing part in international sport and mir way of life, which we have developed in this country over generations, then natiu'ally tho majority of our people will say that we have no choice In the matter whatsoever." Vors- ter said. Player expressed pessimism about the sports predicament in South Africa, and added that personally he could only speak on golf. "I don't think you can just throw it open to all the non- whites in South he said, suggesting formation of a qualifying school for whites nnd non-whites which could feed their top graduates onto the tournament circuit. "I tliink we should take the best two from schools each year who have earned let them develop. But it's got to lw a gradual process. This, I feel, is our only alternative." that the players have ratified a i have ratified the new basic new three-year basic contract i agreement by a vote of 541 to agreement with owners. 154. clink and one Ben Weiner, who had hold of Sawchuk, fell and the injuries which caused tna embolism leading to the death of Sawchuk occurred." Sawchuk's gall bladder was removed at Long Beach Memo- rial Hospital. A liver operation followed and on May 29 tha goalkeeper was taken to a New York City hospital where an- other operation on the liver was performed. An autopsy after his death on May 31 showed Sawchuk died of a blood clot that had travelled from a vein into a pulmonary artery. Stewart signed a waiver of immunity from prosecution be- fore testifying. RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE tnd full tire An offer from Canada's largest brake specialists. 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