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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO TH5 LETM8RIDGE HERAID Saturday, Junn 13, 1970 Throws First No-Hitter Of Season Ry THE PRIXS [Vifk Kills tit1 hnri some- thing poinc. I'lil Ilu- Fitlsbui'Kh riRht-h'iiraln- needed slight ad- justment and a (living tram- mate in hurling Ilin first no-hit- ter of the baseball season. Ellis. overcame his iwn vihlness Friday night to stop San Dicpn Padres withmi! a hit as the Pirates won 2-1) in the first ganio of a National cloublelicader. lie was hy .1 pair of i i hoincrr- Vvillic Sarsiell and mi acrobatic calch by second i baseman Hill MazerOskt. i Tho Padres won the second i game 5-2 while Cinciiinaii Reds topped Philadelphia Phillies .1-1. York McU crushed Atlanta j Br'aves U-t. St. Louis Cardinals whipped Kan Francisco Giants 4-1. Chicago Cubs edged los An- geles .Dodgers 2-1 and Montreal nipped Houston Astrus 7- "I 1 had a no-hitter KOHIR nfier the fourth Kills said. "A lot of guys don't want to talk about ilium, but why Ellis, in his third major league season, now has a 5-4 won-Iost record for the year. lie struck out sis Padres Fri- day night, hut walked eight, and lilt one batter. "The ball 1 was throwing was moving and I was Irving lo throw it Ellis said. "After the fifth inning. I just tried to throw the brill clown the middle and 1 was catching the corners." The only close call was pinch-bitter Ramon Webster's line drive in the seventh inning that Mazeroski bad to dive to make a backhand stab. The Padres came back lo win thn nigbtcap as Danny Coombs fired a five-bitter. Al Fcrrara cracked a two-run fifth-inning homer to break a 2-2 tie. Tony P e r c 7, the major league's home-run and nms-bat- ted-in leader, ripped his 23r'd homer, driving in bis 05th and Gfith RBI. to back the eight-hit, 11-slrikcdn t pitching of the Reds' rookie r i g h t -b a n d e r Wayne Simpson, who won his ninth game against one loss. Tommie Agee slammed a pair of solo homers, two singles, and scored four runs for the Mcts. Bob Gibson who won liis sev- enth game by limiting the Giants to five hits, crashed a homer' and a double. TIMELY ARRIVAL Don Kessinger, a late arrival due to a military commitment, stroked a seventh-inning run- scoring double for Chicago to score Billy Williams with the winning run. Ken Holtzman hit 15th home-run of the season for the Cubs. John B a t e m a n drilled a three-run homer1 in Montreal's four-run first inning as the Expos held off the Astros. Claude Raymond relieved in the eighth inning with Montreal leading 7-6 and Houston's poten- tial tying run on third base with one man out. lie held the Astros hitless. B a t e m a n homered across thrr-> runs in the opening inning for the second straight game. The blast made up for a passed ball and a catcher's interfer- ence error charged to the for- mer Houston player that led to a 1-0 Astros lead. NO-HIT COMBO Dock Ellis who threw a no- hitter to defeat the San Diego Padres 2-0 Friday night, and his Pittsburgh Pirates' battery mate, catcher Jerry May, talk to newsmen in the clubhouse after the game. WEST CASTLE SKI RESORT Will B5 OPEN TRAIL RIDING AND OVERNIGHT PACK TRIPS June 15 to Sept. 15 For Reservations See STAN JUDD or call West Castle Mobile or 627-2161 Pincher Creek. Yankees Edge Closer To Orioles Brewers Break Streak By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS home run in the eighth inni-g, I belted his third home run of the The road company of Milwau-1 after Cleveland pitcher Rich season in the eighth inning. The kee Brewers, with Russ Snyder: Hand issued three walks with in the leading role, finally put on a hit Friday night alter 17 consecutive flops. Snyder walloped a grand-slam Ross Whitmoro lessee Owner TEXACO CAR CARE Another reason why you should call in al E! Rancho 6Mi Ave., M.M. Drive Holiday Time Is Tune-Up Time! We Specialize in TUNi-UPS Carburetor and Ignition AU. 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Milwaukee and Cleveland were locked in a scoreless struggle until Hand walked Gus Gil, pitcher Marty Pattin and Tommy Harper and Snyder Indians scored off Pattin in the eighth on a walk, a wild pitch and. Eddie Leon's single. GOOD AT HOME The Brewers, a respectable 12-15 at home, had lost 24 of 29 road games, including all 10 in May, and hadn't won away from home since a 5-3 victory in Boston April 26. The Red Sox, 20-3 In Boston, lost for the J9th time in 25 road contests as Ron Perranoski re- lieved in the seventh to strike out Mike Andrews with two on base and two out. The left-han- der picked up his 14th save. Winner Jim Perry singled home the first run of the game in the second inning. Brant Alyea and Leo Cardenas dou- bled runs across in the fifth. The Twins wrapped it up in the eighth on nm-scoring hits by George Mittenvald and Rod Carew. Tom Satriano homered for the Red Sox. The Angels remained 2Vz games behind Minnesota in the West Division as Jim Fregosi hit two homers and Billy Cowan one off Tigers' starter John Hil- ler. Detroit's Bill Freehan ho- mered off winner Andy Mes- EDMONTON (CP) Race results Friday at Northlands Park: First allowance, 3-year-nlds, 7 fur- loncs CL-mloops (Billincjsley) 10.10 3.20 3.00, Going Courting (R. Combs) 2.60 Blue Lcreen (Norris) 3.20. Time: 3-5 Eaole Ride, News Media, Quillation, Credit Account also ran. Track Scratch: Major Marnle. Second SUOO, claiming, 3-year-olds, 5 fur- loncs Lady Shclmerdeen (Billingsley) 10.00 .1.90 3.00, Four Lights (Combs) 4.90 3.30, Speedy Kim (W. Coombs) 2.60. Time: 1-5 Rectifier, Gray Wagtail, Kool Turk, Air Of Hone also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, J-year-olds and up, miles Some Pie (Barroby) i.OO 3.50 2.6D, Foxy Bud (Coombs) 5.90 3.90, King Of Rulers {K. Whittle) 2.90. Time: 2-5 Joey's Jewell, Tetralass, Sharon's Star, Crown Countess, Electro Lex, Sharonita, Kimbrook also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up. niles iPair Sliare Golf Lead I SinTON, Mass, f AP) Vel- j eran Shirley Englehom, playing the finest golf of her career, shot a second straight tliree-iinder- i par 70 to move into a tie with sersmith, who scattered seven i favored Kathy Whitworth Tri- hits. day at the halfway mark of the i Ladies PGA champion- I ship. j Miss Englehorn, seeking to tie Jlickey Wright's record of four I consocut i v c tournament victo- i ries, moved up as Miss Whit- worth slipped a stroke for a 36- I hole total of 140 at the PleasaJit i Valley Country Club. Mais Mills, a former U.S. open champion, who matched Miss Whit.wprth's opening round ftf. finished wilii a 76 for a 145. M.'irilyn Smith cainc in with Ih? day's best round, a fi9 which i vaulted her into third place with H-. j Dale's mtstaka (Sladnyk) 16.90 9.10 5.70, Gay Circle (Coombs) 23.80 9.70, Peace Man (Billingsley) 4.60. Time: 3-5 Captain Prefect, Desert Bunny, Ro- man Frost, Jacopo's Susie, Fleet Fay, Silk Buttons, Buster Kid also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- lonqs Never Too Soon (Gray) B.JO 5.90 J.20, Fast Friday (Billingsley) 10.80 i.70, Dry Coulee 11.20. Time: Bib Bambi, Prince Hackle, Haydn's Doll, Dr. Nite, Tidal Breeze also ran. EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furionos Vast Opportunity (Glesbrecht) 35.30 12.20 6.50, Crews Mile (Billingsley) 5.80 3.30, Pobrecito (Combs) 3.10. Time: Legal Leo, Bunny's BudiJy, Duchess Nan, Ean Tudor, Jim Keefe also ran. Seventh handicap, 3-yesr-olds, 7 fur- longs Destiny's Favour (Barroby) 3.00 3.80 ZBO, Preben's Pride (Combs) 3.10 2.60, Pine Pass (Hedge) 3.00. Time 4-5. Silverado Trail. Nooie also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles Wautnalt (Gray) 21.10 12.50