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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO _ TM5 HERALB Manddy, Jutn turns To Doder Short Sport Of All Sort Sn On liv Till-; CANADIAN I'liESS At the same time, ihe slipping McLain is suspended until, Ernie Banks' homef, in the; Ulolhlin breezed to his ninth There arc nc big bats and no Orioles are being chasfd by De- j then. big stars but the slick-fielding, j troit Tigers who whipped Call-1 In other games Sunday, the alert New York Yankees have; fornia Angels B-l for their Orioles, who had lost eight of 13 third before he was replaced. victory in 12 decisions. games of leading Baltimore Orioles in the American League East Divi- Angi eighth win in II games. They bail Baltimore by eight games. California's Lefty Phillips I said after the game Yankees nipped Kansas! "They've got a good hitting City Koyals H-2 Sunday for their fifth Straight victory and the games. ball club and if they're close when Denny McLain comes back on July' 1 they can win it." By CHUCK SVOliUDA TORONTO (CP) top thoroughbred stakes races dur- ing the weekend, considered stepping stoiics to the Queen's Plate .Saturday, produced only one impressive that hasn't been kept eligible for the Plate. Charles Taylor's South Ocea: came from eighth at Uie half PLAYS GUARD Alan Young, a graduate yf the Lethe-ridge Collegiate Rams participated in spring loot- ball at Montana State Uni- versity, Bozeman. At 210 pounds Young, a former running back with the Rains, will play offensive guard this year. Wietzes Irimiipiis EDMONTON (CP) Eppie Wietzes of Toronto, driving a McLaren M10B, Sunday won the Canadian road racing cham- pionship series at Edmonton International Speedway, his third win in the eight-race ser- ies. Bill Brack of Toronto, driving s Lotus 70, was second. Brack had also placed second in qualifying rounds Saturday to Wietzes. Howard Cazaly, also of Toron- to, was third, in a Lotus 41, and took first place in the Formula "B" division of the race. The 100-mile race was on a smaller IV> mile track at the speedway, also containing a mile track which has been used for races in the Canadian- American sports-racing series. Fourth race in the Canadian championship series is set for July 1 in Ottawa. mile pole Saturday to beat fa- vored Frankf reluche b. lengtlis in the 1's-mile Canadian Oaks Stakes, the premier event for I Canadian-bred Ihrec-year- old fillies. "It's too bad she's not in the Queen's was Uie imme- diate lament of E. P. Taylor, Windfields Farm ov.ner who ac- cepted the Oaks trophy on be- half of his son who is in Eng- land. And Lou Cavalaris. trainer of Gardiner Farms' Mary of Scot- land which came third behind Franfreluche, said South Ocean was by far the best filly in the field of nine. LOOKED FHESH WINXTXC- :She looked fresli to me, as if she could have gone one furlong further. I'll tell you one thing though. If she was in the Plate, she'd- beat more horses than would beat her." There were no such accolades for the winners of two stake. races two di isions of one race, the Plate Trial Stakes. Stafford Fauns' Bees Waj won the first division by a head over Parkview Stables' Al- noner, covering the Plate Tria: distance of i 1-16 mile in The Queen's Plate this Satur- day, the premier event for Ca- nadian-bred three-year-olds, is over a distance of IVi miles. Conn Smythe's Big Blue Somber won the second division of the Trial, also by a head iver Regal Admiral, with fa- vored Top Call coming third. All 10 horses in each division of the trial carried 126 pounds vhile all nine fillies entered in :he Oaks can-led 121. Franfreluche, owned by J .xjuis Levesque of Montreal and trained by Johnny Starr1, went ff as the 4-to-5 favorite in the Oaks and took the lead from the