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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wulnosday, Juno 17, 1970 H or ton Sizzles For Detroit A BEAR RUG EACH This quartet of Lethbridge hun- ters went four-for-four last; week on a hunting trip as each bagged n bear. The trip took the huniers west of Pincher Creek in the Beaver Mines area and no one came home empty-handed. The hunters left to right, Susie Holland, Tex Kenney, Dennis Perverziff and Larry Holland. Dodgers Shade Pittsburgh Lead Over [ets Cut By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS able lo ignore Grabarkewitz, a Billy Grabarkewitz and Dick Dietz aren't making much head- way with National League all- star voters, but they've left a lasting impression on two more National League pitchers. Grabarkewitz slammed a fourth-inning homer off Pitts- burgh's Bob Veale to give Los Angeles Dodgers a 1-0 victory .339 batter who has won four games with homers, and Dietz has left his mark on them, too, with a .326 average, 13 homers and 52 runs batted in. Elsewhere in the NL, New York Mets toppled Cincinnati Reds 84; San Diego Padres blanked St. Louis Cardinals 4-0; Philadelphia Phillies nipped spots." hung on to end a three-game losing string. A 11 a n t a 's starting pitcher George Stone felt he was lucky to last as long as he did. "I just did not have it out he said. "I had no con- trol at all but the Expos kept hitting the ball right to our guys and this got me out of a few hot Milt Pappas, the winninj pitcher who came on to relic' Stone in the fifth inning, said: "I got most of their hitters with my slider, which working well, and an occasional fastball. I tired in the ninth be- cause I had to warm up a long time before I got into the game and this takes a lot out of me." over the Pirates Tuesday nigh and Dietz' three-run blast of Ciu'cago's Bill Hands ca.rrie( San Francisco Giants1 past Hie Cubs 3-2. The Dodgers' clutch-hittinj third baseman and the Giants slugging catcher are botl among the league's Top Ten batters, but their names don' appear on the all-star ballots which were made up before the start of the season and distribu led recently to fans across the country. And, while Atlanta's Rico Carty, another torrid hitter who was left off the ballot, has received enough write-in votes to place third in the early outfielc balloting, neither Grabarkewitz nor Dietz was among the lop six at his position when the first returns were made public Monday. But the pitchers haven't Astros 2-1 in 13 inning and Atlanta Braves downe Montreal Expos 7-5. Grabarkewitz' sixth homer c the year, a two-out shot in th fourth inning, decided a pitchin duel between Vale and winne Don Sutton, who stopped th Pirates on four hits1 and struc out nine. Dietz connected in the secon inning after a walk and an erro by rookie shortstop Roger Metz ger, giving Gaylord Perry a 3-lead, and the Giants' right-han der checked the Cubs on thra hits, including a two-run home by Ron Santo in the seventh, t gain his 10th victory. At New York, Jim McAndrei weathered a shaky start anc two rain delays to hurl the Met past the Reds for their fourtl straight victory. McAndrew gave up a run in the first md four hits through the firs :wo, then scattered four more the rest of the way. JONES LEADS ATTACK Cleon Jones led the winners 13-hit attack against Jim Mer ritt, 11-5, and three Cincinnat relievers with two singles and a double. Dave Roberts, called out of he San Diego bullpen after Mike Corkins1 pulled a groin muscle wanning up for the second inning, handcuffed St. Louis on six hits. The Padres broke a scoreless tie against Steve Carl-on in the seventh on Ivan Mur-ell's leadoff honter and a :hree-nm double by Clarence Gaston. Doc Edwards punched a bases-loaded single off Jim Bouton vith two out in the 13th, giving Philadelphia the nod over the Astros. The Braves built an early 7-1 ead against the Expos, Camp rusher and pass receiver last year, who has signed with ,ie Los Angeles Rams of the Na tional Football League. Jauch said in an interview tat he expects his defence, which gave up only 246 points in 16 games in 1969, to be improved. EDMONTON (CP) Edmon ton Eskimos announced th opening today of their trajnin camp at Holy Redeemer Co lege. Quarterbacks, receivers, o fensive backs and centres are t report today and all other plaj ers Saturday. The Western Football Con ference Club announced that total of 68 players are to repor this year for the camp, expec ed to last four weeks. Players will operate from 111 camp for four pre-season game during Julv. New head coach Ray Jauch' chief job at the camp will b :o bolster the club's offence Respite having the best de-ence in the Canadian Footbai League last year, the clul missed the playoffs because o ts inability to score. Jauch mil be looking at five quarterbacks including hold overs Corey Colehour a n Charlie Fulton. Don Trull, a six year veteran of the Amer ican Football League, is ex )ectcd to be a prime candi date to take Colehour's place as No. 1 signal-caller. Two rookies, Rusty Clark rom the University of Hous-on, and Bill Hagen from University of Minnesota, also ar'e in camp. The Eskimos will be looking or a replacement for Jim Thomas, the club's Side Returns Home LONDON (AP) England's defeated World Cup soccer champions arrived home to a rousing reception today and said they couldn't understand why they weren't liked in Mexico. As 250 fans waved banners and cheered, Bobby Charlton reporters the hostility of :he Mexico public had had an affect on the players. "I couldn't understand he said. "We were not a dirty side I think the Mexicans wanted a change in the world champions." On manager Sir Alt Ramsey's uneasy relations with the Mexican press, Charlton said: "I don't see why he should have co-operated with them more than he did. One thing you can ay is that Alf is not two-aced." Ramsey strode off the plane nto a brush with reporters. He elused to talk to a crowd of re-orters and waved aside a snapping: "Turn that ling off." Ramsey said: "I have had a ery long journey and I am ery tired." Two Clinics On "Wieekencl The equestrian and slow pitch clinics for coaches and officials have been set for Saturday. Postponed due to weather conditons last Saturday the clinics will get under way at a.m. The equestrian clinic will be staged at the Exhibition grounds show ring while the slow pitch instructions will take place at Wilson Junior High School on 9th Avenue and 23rd Street North. A diving clinic will held at the same time in Pincher THE 1 GRADUAT (P t V, ION GIFT Hi-Rise Bikes Chain Guard Kick Stand Streamers Afi95 ONLY 15 Down-Si Week Trade In Your Old Sons [11 Fourth Lethbridge Native Sons are in fourth place tie with Edmon-on Shamrocks in the Alberta unior Lacrosse League after jree weeks of action. Native Sons, in their first ear of operation, have earned our points on a win and a pair1 draws but have games in hand on the first and second place clubs. The locals will be in Edmonton on the weekend to do battle with Mcadowlark Larks and hope to close the gap between themselves and the leading Cal-garv Trojans. STANDINGS W L T Pis Ca gary 5 o 10 Edm, Gfenora Blues -i 1 Host Great Falls Exhibition fastball Is on lap his weeksnd at Dave Elton ark. Dallas Hotel Cowboys, cur-cntly playing in the Commer-al Fastball League on an ex-libition basis, will play host to real Falls Saturday night and double header Sunday after-oon. Saturday's game timn s :ight o'clock with games at >ne and three Sunday. 10 SPEED BIKES 79.95 1 1 Edm. shamrocks I 2 WE TAKE TRADES TERMS ARRANGED BERT a MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 :irtj Ayr. S. Phone 327-3221 OVCR 300 BICYCLES IN STOCK "SERVING SOUTH A18ERTA FOR OVER 30 YEARS" OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 and SWIM CLUB Civic Centre Track and Fritz Sick Pool J Monday, Wednesday Friday mornings Jogging: 7 to Swim to FOR MEN AND WOMEN Sponsored jointly by the YWCA and City Parks and Roercjation Department Yankees Remain Pipin By THIS CANADIAN I'HIOSS Left fielder Hoy White led New York Yankees closer to first place ami Willie Horlon, Detroit Tigers' left fielder, used his bat to help gain a win for a Canadian pitcher Tuesday in American League action. The Yankees bounced Chicago While Sox G-2 as While produced four runs with a homer, a dou- ble and a single. White ran his hilling streak to 11 hits in his last 14 at bats as tho Yankees won their sixth in a row to pull two games behind the East Di- vision-leading Baltimore Ori- oles. Horlon led Detroit's 5-1 coil- quest of Oakland Athletics with two singles as Mike Kilkenny of Bradford, OnL, limited the Ath- letics to four hits and struck out 11. Horlon leads the league in RBls wilh 55 and has driven across 30 rims in his last 20 games. Elsewhere in the American League T u e s d a y, Minnesota Twins whipped Washington Scn- alors 7-11. Cleveland Indians Irounccd California Angels 9-2, Boston Red downed 'Kansas Cily Royals 7-5 and Baltimore was rained out at home against Milwaukee Brewers. Chicago pitcher Tommy John was clinging to a 2-1 lead when the Yankees rallied in the sixth inising. Horace Clarke doubled, adv- anced k> third base on Bobby Murccr's single, While doubled across Iwo runs and scored him- self en a wild pilch. White hit his loth home run of the year in the eighth off reliever Danny Murphy. 1 i Cllf f 1 1 m >3UlUlLj.i 1 I Si 1 J HEARD IT SAID on I streets and into t 1 threw me until I had a 1 it meant. What it was was i alley, a rather catchy new one: "Get your ki the big leagues." This local promotion for yoi age who have -By Pal Sullivan 1 ce: "Get your kids off the ie alleys." This slatemenl chance to find out just what promotion for a bowling >ne at that. Now tbere is a ds off the streets and into is for baseball and it is a His 16, 17 and 18 years of playing senior little league 3t their heads together and ys in this age group had a jy set up the Lethbridge Big much like juvenile baseball Henderson Park, under the ield. It's a corny saying, bill lie pros." ams and a club from New e with play Mondays and luch interest there is in the of uniforms are currently change after the first game ;o the fellows playing next, but there are very few corn-laying baseball. wk coaches the Expos while John and Gene Martini ie Cardinals while Parson's rection of Clem Kaupp. Jim ager while Lawrence Kaupp boys a chance to play ball get the chance. It is a long eague to junior and senior made the journey somewhat just one thing, support. The rding to one league official, itive. almost everything we have that has been plenty." some fans out, this league he added, rom the three Lethbridge compete in the Alberta told there are 19 teams in r in the Lethbridge league and nine in Edmonton. Thursday go at and looking for you. ler day who was concerned inor levels, such as little ry boy is getting the same v that even at the earliest es to win and, as a result, eel and some boys are left jridge Minor Baseball Asso-team is in the playoffs r last. This is the ideal loy every young boy who is 'ing. being done. I can These are formative y. They should all be Meet Brazil SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) -Brazil's Luis Tavares defeate< Ivan Molina of Colombia 4-6, 2 6, 6-3, 9-7, 6-3 early Wednesday giving Brazil the South American championship in Davis Cup tennis play. Brazil won the five-match series 3-2 to move into the Davis Cup quarter-finals. Tavares won the round foi Brazil after Jose Edson Man-darino captured Tuesday's opening singles match over Colombia's Jair Velasco 4-6, 8-6, 6-3, 6-2. Columbians had won one of the opening singles matches Saturday and the doubles Sunday to take a 2-1 lead. Brazil will now face Canada. The round will be played in Canada at a site and dates yet to be Sumlcmyre, touched to H Chicago hits, collcclct h seventh straight pitcliing wi fcr New York. Kilkenny, starting for the fir. time in a month for the Tiger.. checked the Athletics without run until Jqe Rudi hit a rui counting double for the losers i the eighth. Jim Northrup drove acres two Detroit runs with a home and a single. Leo Cardenas cracked fou hits, pitcher Jim Perry three George MHtenvald and Ton Oliva belied two-run homer and Cesar Tovar hit a two-ru triple