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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Juno 18, 1970 ON THE WAY DOWN Mac Foster, left, leans on referee John Lo Bianco, as he sinks to the canvas after being hit by Jerry Quarry in sixth round of fight Wed- nesday night Quarry won by a TKO in the sixth. Unbeaten String Ends At 24 Knockouts Quarry Outclasses Mac Foster NEW YORK (CP) The sto- ry's old, but it always ends up the same way. Put an unknown fighter in against a seasoned professional, listen to the bookmakers tell TC-U how a young man named Mac Foster will beat seasoned Jerry Quarry, and then listen to the real inside experts in the boxing world. And if you listened intently, you'll be Quarry and end up laughing all the way to the bank. That's the way it was in Ma- dison Square Garden Wednes- day night. Mac Foster, 24 knockouts in Crawford Heads Aldermanic Trip EDMONTON (CP) Alder- men from Edmonton plan to visit Houston, Toronto and Mon- treal next week to discuss their plans for a sports, trade and convention centre here. The group, led by Alderman Neil Crawford are to visit Hous- ton Monday, Toronto Tuesday, Montreal Wednesday and Tor- onto again Thursday. liis 24 professional fights, was heralded as the man to beat heavyweight champion Joe Fra- zier. All he had to do was punch out an over-the-hill heavyweight contender named Jerry Quarry and the world was his. The Fresno, Calif., knockout artist promised in pre-fight talk he would put the pressure on Quarry and find the opening for a knockout punch. And for the first three rounds, it looked as if he might. Foster had Quarry on rubbery legs in the first round after connecting with a couple of savage left and right uppercuts to the jaw ami continued his edge into the third. In the fourth, the 25-year-old Quarry found the range with a few devastating left hooks to the Moser Nearly Pitches Gem Nu-Mode Homes finally click- prank Popson claimed the loss. midsEction and Foster's for- tunes faded noticeably. The fifth was worse for Foster as he took a fearful pounding for the whole three minutes. In the sixth, Quarry came out throwing bombs and referee Johnny LoBianco ended it with- out even bothering to count after Foster was belted on to the ring apron by a series of Quarry punches. Quarry said he was not satis- fied with his decisive victory over the No. 1-ranked heavy- weight contender. "I need the Bell- flower, Calif., slugger said. "I have to beat George Chuvalo, ed and defeated the Lethbridge Hotel 5-2 in a Commercial Fast- ball League game last night. Marv Moser only allowed one hit, a triple by Jim Tratc.li to gain the win. Bob Sapsford took the loss, but not before giving up a 'home run to Ewan McKenzie. In the other contest Dallas Cowboys shutout the RCMP 9-0. George Santoni had himself another fine night on the mound as he allowed only two batters to connect for hits. Danny S'antoni lead the win- ners at the plate as he banged out a home run. George aided his own cause not only by his pitching, but by slamming a double and a single. Phil Dodd walloped a triple for the losers. Next action in this league will be tonight as the Nil-Mode Homes tangle with the Contrac- tors at 7 and the ROMP meets Lethbridge at with all games being played at Dave El- ton park. Buy one of these and get this one FREE! Declare your independence from weekend lawn chores. Get the great new John Deere 19-inch trimming mower value) FREE with your purchase of any new John Deere Lawn and Garden Tractor. You'll have a "Weekend Freedom Machine" for your big jobs, and our big helper for your little jobs, See us before offer ends July 12, 1970. MSCtlinQ K D IMPLEMENTS LTD. 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Later McMillan walked over to the umpire, Mrs. Dorothy Cavis-Brown, pointed to a group of Russians who were talking behind the umpire's chair, and said, "Will you please clear these people The umpire on an adjoining court, where American stars Marty Riessen and Stan Smith were playing, looked over and shouted. "Will you please all The argument went on and a linesman said to Mrs. Cav- is-Brown: "Would you like nifl to take Two Violins Nol In The Running TORONTO (CP) Tlvj lllUi running of the Queen's Plate S'atuvctay became a whole new race today when owner George Gardiner of Toronto announced today lie is withdrawing Two Vi- olins, the undefeated favorite. Gardiner made the announce- ment at Woodbine race track's Turf Club just before entries closed this morning for the Plate, the premier event for Ca- nadian foaled three year old thoroughbreds. "It's swelling in the left fore- said Gardiner. "He isn't 100 per cent and we can't enter him. Whether it's a fracture or not we don't know. It will have to be x-rayed." Two Violins, trained by Lou Cavalaris, stumbled during a workout Tuesday morning but Gardiner was not sure whether that mishap accounted for the swelling. WON 5 STRAIGHT Two Violins, who has won five straight races this year, gal- loped Wednesday morning and Cavalaris said then that he saw nothing wrong with the big bay gelding. Cavalaris had scheduled an- other workout for the horse this morning but discovery of the swelling kept him in the barn. The loss of Two Violins opened a field that could result i pace-setter posting the first Queen's Plate victory since 1DC5. Earl Harbourne and Gil Rountree both hope they can make it come true. Harbourne trains Dance To Market, a stubborn bay colt that has consistently refused to be rated off the pace, and Koun- tree conditions Bees Wax, ai> other bay colt who was a top sprinter in his early career. BOTH CONFIDENT Setting the pace means a horse could be used up before the stretch run of the Hi-mile Plate distance and bath Roun- tree Harbourne claim their horses will be out to set the pace. Big Blue Bomber, a tall, gangly gelding owned by Conn Smythe and trained by Doug Walker is one of the horses con- sidered the best bet to catch the pace setters. "He's a pretty green Walker said Wednesday. "But we're really happy with the way he's been coming along." The Smythe horse won the second division of last Sunday's Plate Trial after Bees Wax took the first 10-horse division in which each entry can-led the Plate weight of 126 pounds. HAS THREE CONTENDERS A few steps down shedrow from the Smythe stable is John (Yonnie) Stan-, Smythe's for- mer trainer who also has three sound contenders .in his. barn. They include the filly Fran- freluche and a dark bay colt called Qroquemitaine from M-ontrealer J. Louis Levesque's stable, and Regal Admiral owned by W. H. Hatch of To- ronto. Regal AdmJral showed good form in battling the distance with Big Blue Bomber in the trial, losing by a head. Kilmartin Dies After Operation PROVIDENCE, R. I. (AP) Gerald W. Kilmartin, 42, former United States Olympic hockey Dlayer who was assaulted in Newport Sunday, died in hospi- !al Tuesday night. He had un- dergone a brain operation. Kilmartin was a member of :he U.S. Olympic hockey team Jiat won a silver medal at Oslo in 1952. Newport police said Kilmar- in was assaulted at a Newport marina by an unidentified man. Witnesses said Kilmartin toss- ed a fire-cracker that landed near a young girl believed to the assaulter's daughter. Qroquemitaine has an impres- sive record on the grass but has never done well on dirt courses. .Jockey Ron Tiircolte of Grand Falls, N.B., will be aboard Franfreluche, who came a dis- appointing second in the Oaks Stakes last Saturday. "I've got Richard Grubb on Qroquemitaine and Hugo' Ditt- fach on Regal said Starr. The two Quebec horses will go as an entry while Regal Admiral rims alone. Chris Rogers, a 42-year-old Hamilton native, will be aboard Dance to Market, looking to catch up to Avelino Gomez's record four Plate wins. Walker has Brian Swatuk rid- ing Big Blue Bomber while Rcwntree was still looking for a jockey Wednesday alter most of the best ride r s had been grabbed by the big field, which could include as many as 17 be- fore entries close today. The race Saturday, with a total purse of more than will lie televised by the CBC na- tional network beginning at p.m. MST. Cardinal Ace Gives Up One Hit Comes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bob Gibson of St. Louis Cardi- nals was filing bullets at San Diego Padres Wednesday night, pitching hitless ball for 7 2-3 in- nings before Ivan M u r r c 11 drilled a single to save the Padres the embarrassment of being no-hit victims for the sec- ond time within a week. Murrell's hit, the only one for the Padres, came in the eighth inning off the powerful right- hander who faced only 29 bat- ters in pitching the Cardinals to :rn 8-0 rout of the Padres. In other National League ac- tion, Los Angeles Dodgers blanked Pittsburgh Pirates 4-0, Atlanta Braves nipped Montreal Expos 6-5, stopped New Cincinnati Reds York Mets 1A Clu'cago Cubs belted San Fran- cisco Giants 6-1 arid Philadel- phia Phillies whipped Houston Astros 4-2. Only five nights earlier, Dock Ellis of the Pirates tossed the season's first no-hitter, blanking the Padres 2-0. Gibson, a four-time 20-game winner, appeared Wednesday night on his way to the first no- hitter of his brilliant career. Only one ball was hit liner in the fifth by Ron Slociim right at first baseman Rich Al- Murrell drilled his sharp grounder over second base in the eighth. Gibson fin- ished with 13 strikeouts. HITS THREE DOUBLES Jose Cardenal backed Gib- son's performance, stroking three doubles, scoring twice and driving in a pair of runs. Gibson also delivered two run-scoring singles. Claude Osteen staggered for five innings, allowing the Pir- ates six of their seven hits be- fore handing Pittsburgh its sec- ond straight shutout loss. Gene Brabender, a former Baltimore Oriole pitching pros- pect now with Milwaukee Brew- ers, shackled his former team- mates for 6 1-3 innings Wednes- day night as the lowly Brewers downed the sagging Orioles 5-1. Special Meeting MONTREAL (CP) Two bids for the financially-troubled Oakland Seals National Hockey League franchise will be heard by the league governors at a special meeting in New York June 29. Clarence Campbell, NHL president, said Wednesday the league now is in a position to choose who should operate the franchise. Previous reports had indi- cated the meeting would be held in Montreal June 26-27. Jerry Seltzer, the Roller Derby king, and two unnamed partners have offered for the Seals, while Charles 0. Finley, owner of Oakland Ath- letics of baseball's American League, has offered Finley's offer was found "commercially reasonable" Tuesday by Judge Robert H. Schnacke of San Francisco Su- perior Court. ECONOMICAL DEPENDABLE POWERFUL Now Available Again New 1970 GREMLINS The lubcompact from American Motors a truly remarkable little ear that presents to the small car buyer a valid alterna- tive to (he of imported cars on the market. Styling, comfort, performance, re- liability and prico are the result of an intensive study of the small car buyer's require- ments. And Grem- lin meats and ex- ceeds every quirement. NOW AS LOW C097C AS ONLY.............. i W You Can Pay ns NO DOWN PAYMENT (PLUS FREIGHT) Little as Only, per month MAKE YOUR MOVE NOW FOR THE CAR BUY OF A LIFETIME! AMBASSADORS with refrigerated air conditioning valued up to JAVELINS REBELS HORNETS A.M.X. and tha amazing new GREMLIN ai illustraled Low Bank IVlAfAfC LO LTfi 3rd Financing! UIIIICU If lUIUI 9 ph. 327.2805 United Motors Co. Ltd. It was only the second victory i the second-place New York Yankees (i-3. Detroit Tigers beat Oakland Athletics 0-7; Boston Red Sox tcok Kansas City Royals 3-1 and Washington Senators topped Minnesota Twins 3-1 in other AL games. California and Cleve- for Brabender since April 26 and both have been at Balti- more's expense. Despite their fourth loss in five games, the Orioles retained a two-game lead in the Ameri- can League's Kast Division as Chicago While Sox cooled off Kvecler Paved Way To Win In a Minor Soccer game last evenings the North Stars showed the way as they walk- ed over the Black Hawks 7-1. Greg Kveder had himself a fine night as he paced the win- ners with three goals. Mike Vercillo was next in line with a brace while singletons wore credited to Sergio Cattoni and Francis DeCoste. Paul Bryne averted the shutout scoring the lone Black Hawk goal. The next league game will be played June 22 at CCHS be- tween the Rangers and the Lan- land were rained out. Mike Hegan's t h r e e -r u n homer and a solo shot by Plu'l Roof helped Brabencler, who got relief help from Boh Humphreys in the seventh. Ho left the game with a 2-1 lead, built on Hoofs homer off Dave McNally in the fifth and a sixth-inning sacrifice fly by Dave May, who was making his first start for the Brewers after being dealt to them by the Ori- oles Tuesday. II u m p h r e y s checked Baltimore the rest of the way. END YANKS' STREAK Pitcher Jerry Janeski drove in three runs with a single and squeeze bunt as the White Sox ended the Yankees' streak at six games. winning Catcher Duane Josephson drilled three singles and a double and scored I three Chicago runs. ELRSCH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal Los Angeles San Francisco San Diego W 33 31 3] 28 27 32 West J5 33 35 .579 .508 .71.1 .559 .556 .-168 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Baltimore 39 Pet. .629 .597 .525 .500 .475 .38 19 .667 TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta at Montreal N Chicago at San Francisco Only games scheduled WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Houston DOT 2 8 2 Philadelphia 200 Q10 4 9 1 ierker (8-7) and J. Edwards; Fry- man (S-3) Lerscli (B) and D. Ed- wards. Chicago 600008 S 7 0 San Francisco loo ooo i 7 o Holtznian McAAahort Da- iscn and Dietz, HRs: vich Banks :incinnatl 101 001 0 lew York COO 021 100- 4 10 3 Simpson, Carroll (4-1) (7) Granger (9) and Bench; Gentry, Taylor (1-3) (9) and Dyer, Crete HRs: Cine- lench May ones Atlanta .....000102 5 S d Montreal 100121 5 i Nash, Jaster (1-0) Wtlhelm (8) Priday (9) and Didler, King Wegener, Raymond (3-4) (7) 6'Dono- ghue Stoneman (9) and Bateman. HRs: All Nash (1) Pittsburgh Ellis Pena (7) and May; Os- teen (9-6) and Haller. St. Louis Ill 010 Ifl 0 San Diego ooo qoo i 2 Gibson (8-3) and Simmons; Coombs Rodriguez Willis (9) and ton. Minnesota California Oakland j.j 29 5-'.o 7 Chicago 23 39 .371 Kansas City 21 3? .350 Milwaukee...... 20 41 .323 20 TODAY'S GAMES {Washington at Cleveland N New York at Boston N Only games scheduled WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Boston TOO 002 3-11 Kansas City TOO 000 1 3 2 Brett (1-2) and Moses; Morehead (2-3) Burgmeier Fitzmorris (8) and Kirkpatrlck. New York 101 001 100- 3 10 n Chicago 020210 6 12 i Peterson (9-3) Klrmkowskl Ke- kich (7) and AAunson; Janeski (6-4) Wood (8) and Josephson, HRs: Murcer Michael Chi-Melton Washington TOO 001 3 6 1 Minnesota 010 000 143 Brunei Knnwles (9) end Casa- nova; Kaal (5-5) Zepp (9) and Mitter- wald. Milwaukee 000 Oil 5 1 Baltimore Brabender 001 ooo i Humphrey (7) and Roof, McNertney McNally Phoebus (5) and Hendricks. HRs: Mil Began Oakland 103 201 7 10 2 Detroit 050030 3 6 Hunter, Segui (2-4) Lacheman Grant (7) and Fernandez; Cain, Robertson Scherman (1-1) Timmerman (6) and Frcohan. HRsi Northrup MINOR LEAGUE SCORES International Rochester 5 Winnipeg 4 Columbus 8 Tidewater 5 Louisville 5 Richmond 3 Toledo at Syracuse, ppd., rain. Pacific Coast Salt Lake 2-6 Tacoma 1-2 Tucson 6 Portland 5 Eugene 6 Phoenix 3 SPRINGFIELD FIRST LINE 16.9x34-6 ply REAR TRACTOR TIRES Each ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPUTE TIRE SALES SERVICE 46] Id AM South Phone 32J-6S86 or 327-4445 ;