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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Juno 10, 1970 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bob L e m o n 's managerial debut was a success Tuesday night as his Kansas City Koyals downed Washington Senators CAPRI BOWL MONDAY NIGHT MIXED Eileen' Barton :J03 Sally Har- agd 3B3; Mart) Malcomson 286 Linda Malcomson 278 Pat Rod- linyak 205; Tak Kaiakami 290 Richard Vornbrock 277 Norm Tolley 271 Acjnes Rains 26B; Isatelle Bergpian 265 TUESDAY AFTERNOON WOMEN'S Kalny Ludwlg 235 Agnes MacDonald. 173; Peggy Forry 253; Helen Deal 22B Louise Fulton 223; Shirley McLellan 223; Ev Krauss 221; Jean Sudo 215; Jean Passey 215; Jo Dickoui 213. TUESDAY NIGHT WOMEN'S May Hicbert 305 Agnes Pocza 291 Jean Christie Phyl Harrison 237 Anne Todci 222; Jenny Fehr 263; Marlha Egger Marlene Bosch 236 Yurkowski 231; Rose Nunweiler 227 WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Isabellc Bergman 370 Mo Qually 275; Doreen Wilson 277; Bell Hobbs 274; Isabel Orsfen 273 (7B4! Faye Urano 268; Florence Rollingsc 253 Agnes Pccza 252 (634] Joyce Brown 247; Verna Voldcn 244. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED Bill Hamilton 335 John Til ordl !S4 Ken Maicomson 271 George Zarycki 269; Robert Holme 251; Linda Malcomson Jea Ma'chett 250; Gladys Armour 2J- Madeline Szekely 249; Peggy Kirb 219. CLASSIC TRIPLES John Rempel 337 Bill Kcskc ski 317 Marg Smith 300 <96B' Jock Mulgrew 311 Ken Malccn son 290 Ron Senda 292 (9EO) Bea Salmon 279 Jean Chrisit 273 Beri Mezei 275 Smith 271. THURSDAY AFTERNOON WOMEN' Bea Salmon 299 Judy La' sen 275 Rose Hamilton 2i2 (719) Eva Rains 261 Ev Coutls 25 Mary Rath 255 Koole 251 Lorna Baugh Flo Tomas 243 Vera Nich oils 2J3; Isabel Orsten 258 SENIOR CITIZENS Matt Bernhart 355 Bill Ji sen 329 Henry Bechthnlrf Hugo Miller 253; Felix Hoffort 254 Carl McCann 233; Fran Bernnart 236; Emil Col I in 220; Spo Miller 223. THURSDAY NIGHT MIXED Betty Peterson 290; Mary Morcon 238; May Hiebert 2B4 Doroth' Olshaski 296 Ruth Laurie 237 Janice. Sillito 237; Bruce Canfield 299 Ron Sillito 269 Charles Went 2-18; Bill Hamilton'243. Foxall Paces Fastball Win Doug Foxall did more than hit for the circuit Monday in a Businessman's Fastball League game. Foxall blasted a home rtm triple, double and two singles as the Canada Trust Company defeated the Media 18-15. Roy Yonkman gained the ver diet while Tony Franks suffer ed the loss. Russ Fairhurst contributed a home run and two singles for the winners while Garth Wii son rapped out three hits anc Brian McColl four safeties for the losers. NEVER BEFORE TRUCKLOAD COLOR TV AT A SENSATIONAL SALE PRICE Thurs. thru Sat. June 11, 12 and 13 Perfect for patio, dsn, kitchen and bedroom. GRAIN IN TRADE ONLY ITI SMITH'S 236 13th St. N. Main Street, Coaldalo Phons 345.3272 on a seven-hitler by Die' Drago, snapping a six-game los ing streak. Earlier in the day Ixnrnin, Royals' pitching coach and foi me'r star pilcher fui' Clcvelah Indians, had been named man; gor. He replaced Charlie after Kansas City had lost eigl of nine and were tied for fifl place, games back of IUin n e s o t a Twins, Wcst-Divisio leaders in the A m eric a League. In other games, Willie Horto hit tlu'ee home runs, including grand slam, and drove in sevc runs as Detroit Tigers rippc Milwaukee Brewers 8-3. York Yankees topped Minnesot 5-2. California Angels stoppec Baltimore Orioles 7-5 in 11 in nings, Chicago White Sox bea Boston Red Sox 4-2 and Oaklani Athletics trimmed Cleveland r Drago got all the support In needed from Bob Oliver, win rapped three hits, a homer. triple and a single. A fcur-nu first-inning was keyed by Amo; Otis's two-run triple. Oliver'; triple and a sacrifice fly. Horton ripped bis grand slam mer in the first, wiping out a 2-' Brewers' lead, then connecte for a two-run shot in the sixtl and added his 10th of the yea: in the eighth, a solo blast, send ing Milwaukee to its 15th con secutive road less. BAHNSEN BURNS 'E.W Stan Bahnsen scattered feu hits and Gene Michael hit a tie breaking sacrifice fly in thi sixth inning to help the Yankee- edge to within games of Bal timore, leaders in the East. Bobby Murcer drove in a pai of runs for the Yanks with a two-run single off loser Jin Kaat. Bahnsen allowed a Lee Cardenas single which score; both Minnesota runs in the sec ond. Ken M c M u 11 c n 's leadof! homer in the llth inning, helped the Angels gain a game on th< Twins, whom they ti'ail by two games. Brocks Robinson had a solo homer in the seventh for the Orioles while starter Dave McNally, bidding for his lOtl victory, slugged a two-run bias! for Baltimore in the fifth. Bill Melton ripped a pair oi home runs and rookie right-han- der Jerry Janeski picked up his fifth victory as the White Sox snapped Boston's f i v e -g a m e winning string. Janeski scattered seven hits, including Carl Yastrzemski's two-run homer, his 14th of the season. Sal Bando drove in four Oak- land runs with a homer, triple and single, helping Jim (Cat- fish) Hunter pick up his ninth victory. Cubs Host At Henderson Lethbridge Crighton Cubs will ;onight try to gain a share of "irst place in the City Recrea- tion Baseball League. Cubs host Milk River at eight o'clock at Henderson Park and a win for the locals would bring hem back on even terms with the Lethbridge Junior Miners atop the standings. After tonight's contest, the eague will swing back into ac- ion Sunday with four double- headers run off. At Henderson Park, the Cubs vill host Taber for a pair1 of games. The Junior Miners will be in 3incher Creek, Vulcan travels o Milk River and Brooks will visit Enchant in other double- leader action Sunday. Soccer Contest Set For Tonight One game will be played to- light in the Southern Alberta Soccer League. Lethbridge lloyals, who have to taste defeat in league action and have lost only one :ame this season, will host 'aber United. Game time is set for at he Civic Centre. iwii .Bowlers Meet Thursday Thursday evening, at the club com at Henderson Lake, the ivic Lawn Bowling Club will ilcct teams for the coming cason. All interested bowlers arc asked to be in The meeting us tci to start at seven o'clock. SHOP WITH EASE SAY CHARGE !T PLEASE" Men's Short Sleeve he 'how to make Dad look great all summer long' shirt. andsomely styled from 65% Polyesfer-35% perma- ress. In a wide range of woven checks. Soft collar. 5-M-L-XL, Men's Short Knit Slilrfs Cool, colourfu! summer knils of 100% Cotton and Colion blends. Fully fash- ioned shaping for good looks. Three great right mock turtle, cool and casual Vce Neck Tennis style, or ihe classic crew neck. 5-M-L, EACH Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;