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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ______Soturdoy, Junt JO, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 STAN SIWIK HONORED The Lethbridge Lions Ama- teur Swim Club celebrated its 20th anniversary Friday evening and the honored guest was Stan Siwik the foun- der and first coach of the team. Siwik, front row, centre, is seen with five original members of the swim team after he was presented with a plaque and a sot of cuff links from the city. With Siwik are, front row, left to right, Mrs. Joan Ennis and Mrs. Georgean Harper. Back row, left to right, Mrs. Marion Vickers, Mrs. Lois Blair and Alex Harper. JacUin Still Has Three-Stroke Lead fill Confident Boyer Breaks Out Of Slump Senators Give Orioles Lift By THE CANADIAN PRESS Coupled with New York Yan- 1 kees' 7-4 loss at Ked Sox pitcher Sonny Siebert tossed a no-hitter for eight Orioles' doubled their lead to When Baltimore Orioles need a lift, they can usually count on Washington Senators. The Senators, last In the American League East division, dropped a doubleheader to the Orioles Friday night, 12-10 and 3-2 in 13 innings. And for Balti- more, it couldn't have happened at a better time. The Orioles' lead in the East1 division had shrunk from 714 games to over the last few weeks as they dropped 10 of 16 games. Baltimore has taken Washing- ton four out of five times this season after going 13-5 last year and 14-4 in 1968. The record since tha expansion Senators were born in 1961 stands 114-53 in favor of you-know-who. three games over the Yanks. Elsewhere, Kansas City Royals took Minnesota Twins 5-1, Cleveland Indians downed De- troit Tigers 4-2, Chicago White ANDY CAPP WEST CASTLE SKI RESORT WILL BE OPEN TRAIL RIDING AND OVERNIGHT PACK TRIPS Juna 15 to Sept. 15 for Reservations See STAN JUDD or call West Caitlt Mobile or 627-2161 Pincher Creek. I CAN'T- DO ITANY LOUNGER, CAN Holiday Time Tune-Up Time! We Specialize in Ross Whitmors Carburetor and Ignition AIL WORK GUARANTEED! El Rancho 6th Ave., MM. Phone 327-5406 Three Players Join Roughies REGINA (CP) wan Roughriders of the West- ern Football Conierence an nounced Friday signing o three players linebackei Wayne Shaw, split end and de- fensive back Lance Fletcher and import tight end Mike Sizelove. Shaw, a graduate of Saska toon Hilltops, has been a WFC all star five times. Fletcher, a graduate of the University of British Columbia will be playing his fourth sea- son with the WFC champions. ALL SQUIRE MOBILE HOMES (5H0w HOME MODUS, NOW PRICED TO CLEAR AT SPECIAL DISCOUNTS! SEE THEM All NOW ON TRAILER CITYI Squire Homes are fit for a king! Choose from all sizes in singla or double units us illustrated Single units in 1 or 2 bed- rooms, double units in 2 or 3 bedrooms LOW DQWN PAYMENTS! ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING! Anything of Value Taken In Trade! COMPANY LTD. COR. 3rd AVC., 3rd ST. S. PHONE 327-2805 Sox beat Oakland Athletics 4-2 and Milwaukee Brewers de- eated California Angels 5-2. The Orioles won the opener lespite eight runs batted in by Mike Epstein of the Senators took the nightcap on Merv leltenmund's two-out run-scor- ing single in the 13th. WIN IN 13TH Frank Robinson hit a two-run Baltimore homer in the first in- ning of the nightcap but the Senators caught up on solo ho- mers by Paul Casanova in the fifth and Bernie Allen with two out in the ninth. Dave Johnson doubled to lead off the 13th and eventually scored the winning In the first game, Boog Pow- ell drove in four runs witii two doubles and too singles as Bal- imore took a 12-5 lead. The Senators rallied on a grand slam by Epstein in the seventh second homer of the game had the tying run at tne plate in the ninth following a :wo-run single by Epstein before the rally ended. Meanwhile Clete Boyer, Atlan- ta Braves' slick fielding third baseman whose bat has been silent most of June and team- mate Ron Reed, idle since spring training, came back strong Fri- day nig'iit as Atlanta swept a double header from Houston Astros. Boyer snapped a two-for-52 br.tting slump, delivering the rlnning run in the opener with a single and rapping a pair of key hits in the nightcap as the Braves won 7-6 and 4-2. Reed, an 18-game winner last season but absent since he broke his collarbone March 16, picked iip the first-game tory. stopping Houston on one run and three hits over the final five innings. In other National League con- tests, Los Angeles Dodgers tripped Cincinnati Reds 6-1, New York Mets belted Philadel- phia Phillies 33-3, St. Louis Car- dinals downed Chicago Cubs 5-3 in 17 innings, San Diego Padres tapped San Francisco Giants 6-; and Pittsburgh Pirates whipped Montreal Expos GOT SOME KEST Boyer, 34, who was rested foi a couple ef days recently, raised his average to .1% and his three runs batted in gave him 29. "This ought to show them I can hit if I get some Boyer said afterward. "I'm not going to hit .300 but I'm going to get some big Mis. I'm not an out." Boyer's run scoring hit in the opener snapped a 6-6 deadlock in the seventh inning and gave Reed the victory. In the second game. Boyer singled and scored Atlanta's first run and drove in another with a fourth-inning sin- gle. Rico Carly had a two-run homer, his icth. in the opener while Hank Aaron drilled his IDIli in the nightcap, a two-run shot as Pat Jarvis, 7-5, scat- tered eight hits, two of them solo homers Doug Matter. Reed had arrived earlier in day from Amarilb. Tex., where he had been working on! 1 with tlw Braves' {arm r.lub. I CHASKA, Minn. (AP) Eng- land's Tony Jacklin has opened a three-stroke lead heading into today's third round of the U.S. Open Golf Championship, but he's keeping quiet about his chances. Dave Hill shot his way in as the No. 1 challenger Friday and brashly predicted victory. "I never think about my said Jacklin after a two-under-par 70 Friday for a 36-hole total of 141. "II I do, 1 start getting in trouble. "I'm not thinking about play- ing conservatively, I will play as the situation demands." Hill charged to a 69 for an even-par 144, and said: "I'm going to win, but I won't enjoy it." Jacklin and HiU, the tour's J69 leading nr.oney winner, presented sharply contrasting views on the Hazel- tine National Golf Club course as they headed into the final rounds today and Sunday. LEARN TO LIKE IT "They're not going to change this golf course just tor said Jacklin, "so I might as well start liking it." Hill, unhappy with the many doglegs and rolling greens, snapped: "The TJSGA is entitled to one mistake. They have played the Open on some very fine courses. This course is not a test of golf. A monkey is as good as a man out there." The second round, played in ideal weather compared with Thursday's wind-blasted first round, saw some more respect- able scores. But Oralle Woody, the 1969 Open champion at-Houston, was among those wrho failed to make the nine-over-par cutoff of the low 73 players. "I just didn't hack said Moody as he cleaned out his Hazeltine locker after shooting Sam Snead, in his 27th Open, was out with two 76s. BARELY IN Somo of Ure other greats jarely survived. Gary Player, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nick- aus squeezed in at 153. Player had 80-73, Palmer 79-74 and Nicklaus 81-72. Lee Trevino improved from a 77 to 73 and Bill Casper went to 75 tor the second straight time. Al Balding of Toronto had a oiir-over 76 for a total of 149. 3eorge Knudson of Toronto shot under tile cut with 153, but Windsor's Bob Panasiuk was out with a 76 tor a tola! ot 160. Thirteen players brake par Friday, seven others tied it. Second-year pro Handy Wolff was oven par on tlw front nine and roared in with five birdies and tied the course record with a 67. Wollf and Richard Craw- ford, who shot 71, were tied for third at 145. Gay Brewer carded a 71 for 146. Lefty Bob Charles of New Zealand arxi Howie Johnson tied at M7 and a large group at 148 included 18-year-old amateur Ben Crenshaw. Frank Beard, Bob Nichols and Bunky Henry, who shot 68. Dan Elites, among the 150s. fired 69. ill Dram Biggest Crowd erome Pulls U By BRUCE I.EVETT Canadian Press Sports Editor HAMILTON (CP) Harry Jerome, once a world-class sprinter, came out of retirement Friday pulled up lame, again. Jerome was the fastest man in the 100-metre heats at the British Commonwealth Games track and field trials, with a time of 10.0 seconds. Then he went into the semi-fi- nal and won again, turning in a time oC 10.4, the Games qualify- ing standard. But when he left the (rack, he was favoring his right leg. Hish ailment was di- agnosed as a pulled hamstring muscle. Jerome withdrew from the final and watched with an Ice pack on his leg as four men crossed the line in a cluster. John Swainson of Toronto was given first, Ralston Johnson of Hamilton second, Ian Gordon ot Vancouver third and Marcel Charland of Montreal fourth. They were all timed in at 10.6. Jerome, who once shared world records in the 100- and 200-metre distances, is 30. He retired in 19C8 after the Olympic Games in Mexico City. "I really thought some of these young sprinters could do he said Friday night. Jerome said he would like to make the Canadian team if he could help it, "maybe on a relay team." Minor Two games were run in Big League Thursday night. In the first game Dayton Lovell Coleman Signs With BC O VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia Lions of the Western Football Conference today sign- ed hallback Lovell Coleman former Calgary and Ottawa player, for the 1970 Lions train- ing camp. Lions general manager Denny Veilch said Coleman would be played at either defensive or of- fensive halfback. Coleman was a western con- ference all-star at Calgary two years ago and outstanding player in Canada in 1964. Gems dropped a 6-3 verdict to the Pirates while the second game saw the Cardinals edge ;he Expos 54. Allan Korth was the winner over New Dayton while Danny Court took the loss. Korth and Terry Kaupp paced the Pirates with a pair of singles each. Pat Kaupp and Rick Skeitti managed singles off of Lethbridge starter John Seaman. Korth did not give up a hit. The Cardinals came from be- hind to earn their win. Tim Haufe picked up the mound victory over Kene Nakama. Jerry Nugent and Gerry Veres poked out a double and a single each for the Cardin- als. Doug Nakama managed three singles for the Expos. Paul Byrne and his Tiger mates pounded three pitchers as the Tigers trimmed the Yan- kees 17-7. The loss went to Cur- tis Schweitzer, the first Yankee pitcher. Curtis McKean and Steve Deuck followed. Byrne stroked three safeties to a'id his own cause. Lawrence Bohnert and Hod Olshaski each had a double and a single while Guy JIcNab added two singles. For the Yankees, Ken Serbu and Kenny Hall each had a double. In senior Littla League ac- the Senators trimmed the Athletics 10-8 as Randy Stevens jicked up the win. Don Mills vas the loser. Wes Olson belted a double and single for the Senators. Norden chipped in with wo singles. Hick Collier pound- ed out a home run, a double and a single in a losing effort. The Orioles upended the eague-leading Angels 7-5 as Peter Duckett registered 14 strikeouts. Allen Gepnaris took Race Results EDMONTON (CP1 Northlands ParK race results Friday: First claiming, 3-year-oid maidens, 7 furlongs. Denorco (Morris) 3.10 3.80, Com- pel To Dash. (R. Combs) 5.70 4.90, Phld (Jackson) J.10. Time: 4-5. Hope Dies Hard, Patty's Centennial, Expo Gal, Crustacean, simony's Award also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, shereVtisn (Jackson) 13.60 5.70 5.M, Tiny's King (K. Whittle) 8.00 4.80, Hoi- len Grey (Combs) 9.40. Time: Bay Chief, Grand Charm, Racy Rascal, Anita D, Turnpike Sue also DAILY DOUBLE: 555.70. Third claiming, 2-year-olds, S fur- "pixie Bell (Combs) 7.60 4.40 3.10, Srone (StadnyK) B.oo 4.30, Two Pence Tike (Haynes) 2.60. Time: 1-5. Elaine's Beaufy, Love Success, Two Buck Tim, Red Mount, Miss Tess also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year.olds and up, 7 furlonqs. Wee Celtic (Scott) 12.70 5.80 3.90, Merry Muffet (Billlnosley) 3.70 2.90. Shock Troop (K. Whittle) 3.JO. Time: 1-5. Tiger Tuff, Prince Lure, Golden Ducat, Great Expect, County Host also x claiming, 4-year-olds and up, (Billlngsley) 11.30 V.30 clou! Argent, Norn Its Reality, Smooth Edge 'also ran. EXACTOR: S33.90. Sixth in 1 1-lfi miles. Crow's Mil 560, Monty B (K. Whittle) 7.90 4.60, Legal Leo (Barroby) 4.90. time: 4-5. Footprint, Alisky, Cort Per- (eel Host also ran. sevenni '3-year-olds, 1 1-1 Johnny N Joe (Turetsky) 57.10 5.80, Tinga Bulldog (Morris) 4.JO S'lverado Trail (Coombs) 3.30. longs Filth Claiming, 3-year- lids, 7 fur- Mr. El Con tSladnyV.) 3.20 3.00 l.W. Destiny's Child (Hedge) 10.no 5.20, Chi- ne's Idol (Lawson) 7.00. Time: 5-5. ildie, Slou> 'Time Kuckce Lad, Nugle, Ledger Time Destiny's Favor also rai Eighth claiming, and up Blessed" Hour (Giesbrecht) 1V10 10.40 5.80, Klondike Doll (Billinosley 920 570, Sarna Affair (Morris) 3.60. Time: Over Current, Malic Cort, Courteoui Ace Award, Famour Terry aiso ran. QUINELLA: FINANCIAL TKOUBLE MONTREAL (CP) Can ada's national ski team is faccc with cutting its operation in hall next winter due to financial pressures. The team program, budgeted for for the coming sea is the principal victim of i new financial policy being dis- cussed at the annual genera meeting of the Canadian Arna teur Ski Association this week 'But I don't think I could (So anything in the 100 metres at Scotland, even with rest. I'm over the hill, too old. Those Ja- maicans are going to run it in 10.1 for sure." Twice before, leg troubla ruined Jerome's International h0pC.v_in the I960 Rome Olym- pics and in the 1362 British Em- pire Games in Perth, Australia. The first day of the two-day trials was chilly and events ran late, finishing in darkness. Debbie Brill of Haney, B.C., drew the biggest crowd. Tile 17- year-old holds the Korth Ameri- can women's high-jump record of six feet, three-quarters of an inch and easily cleared 5-9 to win in her specially. "It started to get dark when we cleared she said. "After that, were jumping in the vicinity of the bar. There were bright lights right behind it across the field of making the bar waver." Five native Canadian records were broken in 17 events held Friday. the loss. Duckett paced the attack with a double and two singles. In Lakeside Farm League play the Jets downed the Blue- jays 9-6. Michael McLane was [he winner with help at the plate from Kevin Dragland and Darin Gray. Doug Voght, when ha wasn't pitching, was tearing the cover off the ball as the Bears dumped the Tigers 15-6 in the playoff opener in the Norcrest Farm League. Voght earned the win and also belted out three doubles and a like number of singles in six trips. Kenny Hall fanned 16 bai- ters as the Yankees downed the White Sox 9-5 in Lakeside Little League action. Clayton Magyar took the loss. Steve Devcic stroked a bases-loaded double for the Yankees. Rick Maclean man- aged a double and a single for the Sox, Marty Maxwell allowed just one hit and struck out 17 as the Comets blanked the Tigers 11-0 in Senior Little League play. Maxwell led the way offen- sively as well as he pounded out a home run and a single. Don Hunt had a triple and a single w h i 1 e Lawrence Gar- diner added two singles. Rod Brown managed the only hit off Maxwell. I DIDN'T KNOW I I We can hefp you We know this aiea.we know our cars, trucks 5Rd close by for service. V.'e'll tailor a leasing plan to metl your specific needs. Call our Leasing Manager. There's no obligation. by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 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