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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _____________________Friday, Junn 19, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 Says; Golf'i Million Dollar DON'T BE HAM-IIANDED The golf club should feel lively in your fingers.- There's no way you can swing effectively if you take a harn-handed -grip an the club and swing it like a sledge hammer. The too-heavy grip of- ten stems from the way the right hand is position- ed on the blub. The right- handed grip is defintely in the fingers, the shaft run- ning directly along the roots of trie fingers. The club should never be al- lowed to slip up Into the palm of this hand. When the club is in the right-hand'fingers, the right thumb will be on the left-top of the grip as you look down. The. righthand thumb-forefin- ger "V" should point in- side your right shoulder. You'll have a "lively" grip using this style. WO NAn. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Manager Ralph Houk of New York Yankees needed some help and the call was answered by wandering Gary Waslewski. The former Boston Red Sox right-hander got one of Iris in- frequent starting assignments and performed superbly, allow- ing his former teammates two harmless singles for six innings before tiling in the Yankees' 3-2 victory over Boston Thursday night. Waslewski, 28, picked up from Montreal Expos a month ago, provided the needed lift and the winning their 12th game in 14 starts edged to within IW-games of the Ameri- can League East Division lead- ing Baltimore Orioles. Last year at ttiis time, the Yankees trailed Baltimore by IBs-games: In the only other American League game, Cleveland Indi- ans stopped Washington Sena- tors 6-3, while in the only two National League contests, Mont- real ripped Atlanta Braves 10-7, and Chicago- Cubs blanked San Francisco Giants 6-0. The Yanks led 3-0, including a homer by Curt Blefary and a run-scoring single by Bobby SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Phono JACK FULLER 328-2515 Murcer before Waslewski was reached for a.lead-off homer by Sox shortstop Rico Petrocelli in tlie seventh. "I was getting Was- lewski said. "I lost my concen- tration. I was just trying to throw a strike but got it too high to Petrocelli." Houk replaced Waslewski, making only his second start for the Yankees, with ace reliever Lindy McDaniel, who held.off the Red Sox despite Petrocelli's second solo homer, a ninth-in- ning blast into Uie screen in left. Waslewski, who pitched in the 1967 World Series for the Red Sox, moved to St. Louis Cardi- nals and the Expos in 1969 be- fore the Yankees' bought him. He also hurled for seven minor league clubs in his 10-year pro career. "I didn't get any particular thrill out of beating the Red he said after picking up Ms first victory of the season after going 0-2 with Montreal. been around too said the Medford, Mass., resi- dent. NO RAISE IN PRICE TORONTO (CP) Mapla Leaf Gardens directors de- cided Thursday not to raise ticket prices for 1970-71 Na- t i o n a 1 Hockey League games. Ticket prices for Maple home games range from to 56.50. Give Your Home a New Appearance With WOOD in any Size to fit Your requirements! CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE! Corner 5th Ave.,