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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ___Wndnuiday, Juno 10, 1970 THE LIMHBRIDGC HERAID 13 HE KNOWS WHAT PAIN IS-Coco toboy of ihe Montreal Expos winces in pain after a foul tip hit his ankle in an exhibition game recently. Laboy's injury was listed as not serious but painful. He was expected to miss two or three gcimes. Vancouver To Be Stocked Today sy Shares Spot! Reds Romp Past To Increase liv THE CANADIAN I'HKSS i Mots lo their fifth straight vie-1 since May ami ended .1 four- Success continued to grow lory over the Astros. Wayne game .spin lor the Cy hum misfortune for Philadel- Garrctl honored lor New York j Young Award winner. pliia Phillies Tuesday night as and Denis Meukc connected for Doe Edwards, an emergency re- j the Astros. placement catcher, produced j The victory was Scavrr s first for the third game in a row hits helping the Phillies to a 2-1 Na- t onal League win over Atlanta Braves. j Deprived of regular catchers I through a rash of injuries, Phil- j jdelpliia manager Frank cliesi was forced to dip into his bullpen and activate Edwards, a ecaeh. j Edwards drove across both j Philadelphia runs with a single j Tuesday for his fifth hit in 11 at elroil bals since joining the active ros- ter last Saturday. In other National League ac-1 (ion Tuesday, Cincinnati Jleds i'uesdav diopped Montreal Expos 6-4, Steve Blass halted an even longer dry spell, pitching Pitts- :bui-gh past San Francisco. It was his victory since April seven-week snail in which he had lust seven paires. Willie Ktai-gell hammered two-run homer for the Pirates 'end Blass. o-ii. contributed a single and double as Pittsburgh beat Juan Maricbal, 2-5. Kcrgihcn .Jerkins pulled record to 0-7 pitching the Cubs past Ksn Diego. It was the third straight victory for the big DETROIT (AP) Admitting j right-hander from Chatham, unsecured claims of abcul SM'J.-1 Out., who struck oat 12 in eight j 000. suspended Detroit Tigers innings. Denny McLain filed for pcp0vich keyed a four- iptcy Tuesday. I William" Aikens, McLain's un Chicago first inning with lead off lamer. wliipped Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0, Chicago Cubs downed San Diego Padres 7-3 and Pittsburgh tition was filed in the United HKDS KA.Ml'AC.ING States bankruptcy court in De- Cincinnati won its ninth in in troit after the pitcher was ad-! gamcs. heating Montreal and Pirates trimmed San Francisco j J Giants 5-r. MONTREAL (CP) Contro- versial baseball owner Charles 0. Finlcy's bid for the troubled Oakland Seals franchise threat- ened to jam already crowded schedule at the Na- tional Hockey League annual meetings. Finley, owner of Oakland Ath- letics of baseball's American League, was to make his pitch to NHL governors today to take over the Seals for an estimated Today's agenda is already crowded with the expansion draft in which two new clubs, Vancouver Canucks and Buffalo Sabres, will get 18 skaters and two gcaltenders each for their entry fees. Each of the 12 existing clubs Is allowed to protect two goalies and 15 other players against the intrusion by the newcomers. Other unfinished business in- cludes meetings between the American Hockey League, the Western Hockey League and the NHL lo declare indemnification fees to be paid to the minor leagues for their displacement at Buffalo and Vancouver. Still to be settled is the play- ers-owner council agreement for this year. Alan Eagleson, the Toronto lawyer who is executive director of the MIL Players' Association, said Tuesday night the two sides (ihave reached preliminary agreement on sev- eral but further discus- sion is necessary. He refused to elaborate. COURT RULES RETURN Finley's unheralded appear- ance here was prompted by a California Superior Court deci- sion Tuesday in which Judge Robert Schnacke ruled that the Seals return to their original a group headed by Barry van Gerbig. Van Gerbig sought permission to regain the club from Trans- National Communications o f New York in order to re-sell it to Finley. The judge concurred, provid- ing Finley could obtain permis- sion to operate the franchise from the NHL governors. Providence Reds of the AHL indicated confidence in Oak- land's future when they re- newed a o n e -y e a r working agreement with the Seals Tues- day. Tuesday's intra-league draft among the existing 12 clubs didn't stir much action. Fewer than 20 players were shuffled, with another four being drafted by Buffalo in the inter-league draft which followed immedi- ately. Major move of the inlra- league affair saw defenceman WEEKEND SPECIAL! The Ideal Graduation Gifll SALE ENDS JUNE 6 High Rise 3 and 5 Speed Bicycles GT CYCLONE Boys' or Girls' 3 Speed. Req. 66.95. NOW 58 I GT CYCLONE fi7- Boys' 5 Speed. Reg. 74.95. NOW........W I A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Bike. 10 SPEED BIKES 25 in stock English, French, C.C.M........ 79.95 DELIGHT SIDEWALK BiKES Boys' and Girls' include kickstand, chain guard A 4 and streamers........................... HI BIKE AND MOTORCYCLE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, JUNE IS p.m. 6 NEW BIKES 40 USED BIKES 6 USED MOTORCYCtES 10 USED TRIG VIES WE TAKE TRADES TERMS ARRANGED BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 9133rdAvc. S. Phone 327-3221 OVER 300 BICYCtES IN STOCK "SERVING SOUTH AtBERTA FOR OVER 30 YEARS" OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TltL 9 p.m. Ted Harris move from high-scoring centre with Buf- Canadians to Minnesota Bisons, froi n New York Stars. That indicated a In retu rn, the Leafs exchange was in the works 'to drop Teteran right tween the two clubs George A rmstrong from today's expansion protected list, there were In addition to Harris, takers at In draft real lost defenceman Paul tis to Los Angeles Kings. Red Wings drafted brought to four the number Canadian, national team players the Kings have Torn Martin from the in recent weeks from the but lost Gary Cro- real organization's AHL to Oakland. Lowell Mac- club, the a winger, was To draft Curtis, the by PittEburgh Penguins dropped centre Bill Inglis, a Los Kings with the tive of Pembroke, Ont. grabbing Craig Cameron was claimed by Montreal return. later went to Buffalo for club c wild lose only one in the inter-league in the iintra-league draft. Other moves saw and first-year pro- Maple Leafs draft Guy weira exempt. Minor Wes Olsen rapped out the Panthers 14-2. double and two singles to was the win- the Norbridge Lions Senators pitcher with the loss going a 9-7 Senior Little League Joey GU'ifett. tory over the Yankees doubled the James McLaren picked up 12-6, on the Orioles and pitching verdict, striking HalT. picked up the win eight batters, while Kim Greg Monteith. man was tagged with the maiiaged a pair of sin- Winning pitclier McLaren Sles in aid. of his cause added three singles to. the win- ire was for a home ners' attack while Bill Ron Ortlieb. had a triple and single Kim Specimen a double and single in a losing cause. Harvey Pocza fired a two-hitter as tire Angels bounced the White Sox 16-.5 in a To Form CanOe Club side Little League Brian Turner and Alex c a o e club for Leth- neris paced the Angels' 'Chat's what the plans against losing pitcher for. Maclean as each had a evening an organiza- and meeting will be held at Jim Kosowich stroked LetNbridge YMCA at doubles and a single to find how much interest there the Beavers to a 14-13 in Le Ihbridgc. Minor League win over the interested parties are ask- to contact Jack Taylor at Larry Calhoun earned mound verdict while John Gar-dine absorbed the loss. Gary Calhoun chipped in a double and single for the TO In another Norcrest League game, .Ron Bryan 9 two home runs as the il THK S-OJTFURTHER I CUP AND 1 15 WORTH 1T WITH YOU! j 1 _ ____ hurt his back and Del Bates his hand. This opened the doer for Ed- wards. THROWS WELL. TOO He not only singled in both runs Tuesday, but picked pinch runner Sonny Jackson off first base in the ninth inning. The heroics haven't turned Edwards' head. "If I was the he said, "I'd put McCarver and Ryan back as as I could." 'Tm relaxed. When this is over, I only have to travel back Earlier, NHL president Clar- to the bullpen." ence Campbell said the league The Cardinals reached into McLain that "bankniptcy was jn the seventh inning the only course which would en- tn.-n'Wayne Granger pres- able him to stra'ghtcn out (he wjth tangled finances." 1 sccveless innings cf relief, McLain. who won 31 games R Icr Garv Nolani 7.2. two sav- vised by Aikens there appeared ]0-game bulge in the to be no other course. j League's West Divi- Phihiiol-i Aikcns saki McLain has 1 IIIUUIU r n f) Clay Carroll choked off and Mike Ryan both suifered broken hands in the same iiy nng. The injury jinx hit their replacements as Mike Compton leyia.. ._._.'.. mcuun, wno won si games it tcl. G for the Tigers in 1SGS, had in- j vested in a number of busi-1 nesses which Aikens said are of questionable value now. Aikens said of the un- secured claims against McLain are contested by the pitcher, who is scheduled to return lo the Tigers on July 1 after a thi'ee-month suspension for al- leged involvement in gambling. i You lh. Minister ill Be On Hand governors had agreed to recog- nize the referees and linesmen's, association and that the group headed by senior referee Bill Friday will be able now to bar- gain for officials at all levels of professional hockey. Previous failure by the league to recognize the officials' organ- ization led to a strike by a num- ber of officials last fall. the pullpen for Chuck Taylor, who made his first start after 21 relief appearances and shut out the Dodgers on five hits. Lou Brock, Jose Cardenal and Joe Torre had two lilts apiece for the Cards, who ended Claude Osleen's personal five- game winning streak. Tom Seaver throttled Houston on three hits and pitched the Aikens said it appears un- likely that any of McLain's creditors will receive much in view of the pitcher's poor finan- cial standing. More On 14 The Honorable Mr. G. Taylor, newly appointed Provincial Minister of Youth, will be in at- tendance at the official open- ing of the Southern Alberta Summer Games. The Director of Protocal, Mr. Pete Morrison, has indicated that Mr, Taylor will participate in a variety of ceremonies on August lOLh at Pincher Creek. Mr. Taylor will be among a number of prominent individu- als who have been invited In participate in the Southern Al- ueita Summer Games at Pin- Cher Creek from August 10th to 13th. the carr w, ENGINE GONE., PHHHTTTT? Basically the carrot is'a simple, natural product. You can enjoy it raw and crisp. Or con- sider variations like the "carrot cocktail" of health-food fame or tender young carrots smothered in butter and served with gourmet food. 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