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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta fi THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 1970 GET HIM A SEAT CUSHION Los Angeles Andy Kosco came all the way from second base on a single to have this collision with Cincinnatis catcher Johnny Not only did he upset Bench but the catcher dropped the ball and Kosco was The Reds and Dodgers split 93 victories Jockey Praises Mounts Strong Finish Almoner Earns Queens Plate TORONTO fCP Almost i ronto gave credit to everyone concerned with AlJerry Levigne who bought thepremier event for Canadian moners victory seemed ready Victoria Parksired gelding foaled threeyearold thcrough to pass along the praise and from breeder Sherwood for that left most of it resting on the dark bay gelding who Satur He deserves the dayjvon the lllth running ofSmith said of his trainer after Almoner won an exciting the Queens Owner Malcolm Smith of To1 stretch duel with the filly Fran a feeling we were I had going to said the Toronto The horse was ready we had a good jockey and a good Jerry gets Open With Setback Cowboys Win Twice H didnt start out as a gooc weekend for the Dallas Cow boys but when the dust clearec Sunday coach Chester Gal wa pleased with his Cowboys hosted Great Fall AC Supply over the weekend in a threegame exhibition series and came away with a pair o Saturday night Great Falls got off to a flying start by blanking the locals 60 but Sun day it was a different story as the Cowboys came up with 162 and 63 Dick Lane was the winner for the visitors Saturday night as he fired a threehitter at the The loss went to Dar rel Hon Ramsey did most of the offensive damage for the vis itors as he stroked a hame run and two Danny Larry Tratch and Jerry Stilson managed the only hits off each with a George Santoni took over the mound duties Sunday and was the winner in both In the first game he got the help of a home run from Jack Fleming and a double and single each from Stilson and Myron Great Falls also helped out with six Ramsey again pounded out a home run in a losing Bill Magillis was the losing In the rubber four er rors and a single in the first inning gave the Cowboys a 40 lead they never Santoni picked up the win over Lane as Jce Echnitzer paced the attacks with two sin Danny Tratch and Gary Wyrostofc added sin Jerry Jesiko managed a home run for the visitors while Ken Elliot added two Cowboys see action tonight in trainer freluche and Top Call in the the credit for the horse being The jockey was last years Canadian chsmpon Sandy who also passed on the gbry to his Hes the strongest finisher Ive ever said who last 250 winners but missed the Queens Plate while sitting out a fiveday sus At the top of the stretch knew I could win SAT BACK AWHILE Acting on Levignes Instruc tions to hold Almoner back until the threeeighths Hawley rated the horse ninth in the 15 horse field on the IVi miles of fast dirt Then when Top Call made his move on the Haw ley went after him and the two went around the field on the far Ihe second gams of a Com mercial Mens At Fastball they tangle with the Labour Club following a game between Marquis Hotel and M and K Generals at Race Results EDMONTON CP Results Satur day from Northlands 7 fur wigs Multifold Cuthbsrfson 5 Buli Hunk Norrls Red Deer Lake Stadnyk Time Happys El also Second 4yearoldt and furlongs Boutique BHIIngsliy Ice Atey Resmussan own Tuqut Haynes Time 15 Shirley Price Of Yor College Hlghdorn also DAILY DOUBLE Third 4yearolds and up 114 miles Prezaml Barroby iquib Haynes Justa Roar Whittle Time 45 Hudson Pollar Moo htn O Its Draw Nensna also Fourth 4yeiroids and Vs miles Pedae Bleu stadnyk Little Battle Norrls ast OpporlViHy GifSbrecht Time 5i Cur r a Beau Brun so Filth 7 fur ngs i Flying Phil Bllllngslty Tivoll Belie Turefsky Bambl Hedge 1J Wellington Astro West ern Eva Joes Profit also EXACTOR Sixth 7 fur longs Page Mi Do Big Dan Stadnyk Stokes Road Parsons Time 45 Swinging Galiant June Magic also Stvenlh 4yearoids and 7 furlongs Altltrust Norrls Eagle Hill Barroby Rah Coal Ro sles Paddygoeasy also Eighth added 4yearolds and 7 furlongs Fall Session Combs RAO Ky Winner Whittle Lonk Rasmussen Time 35 Ky Great Wyn Dark Hop Wick 1 Ninth 4yearolds and furlongs Western Runner Shields Monks Dude Glesbrechf I Miss You Bllilngsley Time 45 Grin Tin Haydns Se Hour Fare Union also QUINBLLAi THE BIGGEST SAVINGS OF THE YEAR ON SCAMPER RECREATION UNITS AWAIT YOU AT UNITEDS TRAILER CITY DURING OUR RECORD BREAKING SUMMER SALE ACT FASTI TRADEINS ACCEPTEDI ONTHESPOT FINANCING A SYMBOL OF QUALITY TRAILERS 15 17 21 23 CAMPERS 8V4 and 11 MOTOR HOMES The AllNew 1300 Series We bava them all Canadas finest Recreation Vehicles now at lowest prices evert UNITED MOTORS COMPANY 3d 3rd 3572805 StartToFinish Victory AP Tony Jacklin no longer worries about bringing home the grocery money while bending over a The 25yearold Englishman said the absence of financial pressure helped him win the 70th Open golf championship Sunday with his fourth straight sub par a two under 70 for a 72hole score of In the 1907 Canadian said I was two strokes beted Billy Casper raid started thinking about that got thinking dollars on every I Jacklin did not have money on his mind when he went into the Open final round over the Hazeltine National galf course with a fourstroke lead over controver sial Dave When I won the British Open last said the darkhaired I became financially secure for I didnt think much about money this I know this might be worth a mil lion dollars to I might go out and buy a new car and a television Miners Doug F r i e r s Lethbridge eightan Cubs and Entry Gol bergs Lethbridge Miners both ticked up four big paints in Recreation Senior Baseball League action over the week At Henderson Ball Park the jethbridge Miners edged the Vulcan Giants 85 in the first ANDY CAPP SOME OTHER VICARW IO LIKE TO INTRODUCE VOU TO MY NEW ANfcY DO VOU KNOW THF SANCTITY ame and beat them 73 in the WORTH A MILLION night The Open title was worth In the Creighton in prize money and Cubs won 123 in the first game and applied the 10run ruling n the second taking thai e 100 after seven The first game between the ulcan Giants and the Let h ridgc Randy Maxwel acked up the win while Al Tay or suffered the In Hie lilting department and Rob Tim Roy Neg both lammed a triple and a single for the Miners while John Jonacher rapped out a double a single for the Red Taylor was the big fac or in the second game as he the third strike past 12 ard hitting Vulcan oug Drake suffered the Cam Burr and Bob Turner ach had a double for the win ers while Harold Betchell belt d a triple in a losing In Brooks the Cubs erupted or eight runs in the third in jng to take the first Denny King pitched the win Mel Meyer took the In the hitting column Athol homas was the big gun for the libs whalloping a double and Bill Persley and Rob utten both aided by poking out vo safeties each for the win ers while for Brooks Ron Yew luk belted out three triples in losing The Cubs hit hard in the sec nd game as they smashed out M a r k Jacklins estimates the champi onship is worth in en dorsement fees and the the first Englishrnar to win the Open since Tec Ray in credited his putter with settling him down on the ninth hole of Sundays round after going over par on seven and He made a birdie on 9 with a 25foot Jacklin still was not con vinced that who boiled in controversy when he verbally lambasted the Hazeltine course and architect Robert Trent Jones earlier in the was all the way out of But Hill went one over on two of the last three holes and fin ished seven strokes back with his fined for his won Bob Dunn and lefty Bcb Jharles tied for third with winning Ken Still took fifth with winning Torontos Al Balding finished n a tie for 17th with ng a 72 win George Knudson of Toronto won with a 77 for a total of the son of a lorry driver in Lincol laid his championship oundation in the first round vith the days only subpar from a winddis urbed field of Ben Hogan IF E CANT ELP VER AN1 ES STRAIGHT OUT COLLEGE OWDVEP EXPECT ME ELR1CH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUB ilrsburgh Louis Philadelphia PcL r I I I Cincinnati Allanla Angeles Francisco Diego Houston SUNDAYS RESULTS FIRST Loutj 47 30 36 1R 9A 37 30 10 31 35 151 30 41 1 810 Ml 000 Carlton and Torre Hoiliman Aguirre Regan 9 and HI SECOND Louis WO Ml 3 10 I Chicago Ml 010 J 0 Gibson 93 and Torre Regan M3 Aguirre 9 and Mar Hiatt HR Torre Ian Francisco 000 10 11 3 Diego 000 201 2 4 1 Reberger 13 McMa ion fi and DieJz Dobson WU AMERICAN LEAGUE East Baltimora New York Detroit Boston Cleveland Washington Minnesota California Oakland Kansas City Chicago Mllwaukea W L OSL 23 40 H S 33 30 VA 30 32 11 34 12tt 29 3 U Weir 39 37 37 33 24 21 SUNDAYS RESULTS FIRST Chicago KM 300 I 1 Oakland 010 01 6 11 3 John 510 Weaver 7 and Herr mann Hunter 115 and HRs ChiMelton OBrien SECOND Chicago 001 MS 14 0 Oakland 010 593 23 Wood Murphy 8 and Herrmann Fingers Locker Lindblad Grant B and Dun HRs Ban do 3 Milwaukee 010 030 100 5 II 1 with Almoner passing Top Call at the top of the owned by Louis Levesque of and Dance to the prerace continued their frontrunners duel along the Dance to Market ran out of wind with about 60 yards to go and Almoner sped to a threequarterlength victory Franfreluche who had a halflength on Top The winners share of the record pmse was also a Second was worth third and fourth Almoner went to post as the 52 favorite and returned and in the mutuels off at returned and and Top Call paid Smith also received a gold cup presented by Ross and the traditional gift of 50 guineas from The mts ott losing pitcner Kon Greg Lazerick succeeded in gaining the Jim Campbell pounded out a iome run and a single and homas two doubles to pace le Cubs to Bruce Juliet also belted one over the ence for the With more league action in Milk it was Milk River sweeping two games from Enchant 83 and Ron Stevens pitched a strong game striking out 17 batters to the mound decision against ay Bryant in the first In the hitting department Jeorge Bailly went three for five at the plate which included a three run homer in the Verl Ell gained lie mound victory in the second game lich Jay Dunsmore suffered ID Steve Balog was the big man at the plate as he socked out two doubles and a single for Milk every Jackhn joined Trevino as th only Open players to beat pa on every He also becam the first man since Jack Nick laus in 1966 and 1967 to hold th British and Open titles s Herbel B and Monlrea 110 010 3 7 1 Pittsburgh 001 MO 0002 7 l Mye 10 and Veals Walker 8 and FIRST Los Angeles MI 01 fl 15 1 Cincinnati 101 001 3 11 1 Sutton and Torborg Merritt Washburn Bornon 9 and SECOND Los Angeles Oil 100 370 Cincinnati Oil 005 9 14 o Osteen Pena 6 Norman 7 and Haller Simpson 101 and HRs Rose McRat Bench Houston 020 4 1 1 Atlanta 300 300 4 13 1 Derker Cook OiLauro 7 and Edwards Nash Prlddy 9 and HRs HousWalson Aaron 2 Carty Pniladelphia al New York BASEBALL SCORES SATURDAY National Chicago 8 Louis 3 Cincinnati 5 Los Angeles 4 Pittsburgh 4 Montreal 2 Houston 9 Atlanta 6 Philadelphia 2 New York T San Francisco 7 San Diego 1 American New York 8 Boston 3 Cleveland 2 Detroit 1 Oaklands Chicago i 3altlmore 5 Washington 4 Kansas City 5 Minnesota i California 4 Milwaukee 0 Pacific Coast Hawaii 7 Portland 4 Tucson 6 Spokane i 3hoenlx 13 Tacoma 6 Eugene 10 Salt Lake 001 000 111 f 10 GeJnar Sanders 9 Humphreys 01 10 and McNer ney Kealy Garrett 7 Tatum 32 10 an Egan HR Fregw FIRST Detroit 010 200 7 S Cleveland 000 200 2 i Nierko 8fi Tlmmermfl 8 and Freehan Hand Hlggln 5 Paul and HRs Cash SECOND Detroit 1M WO 210 f 17 Cleveland 516 Oil 000 t 17 Patterson Schsrma Hlller TImmerman 11 10 and Frechan Hlq Sins Lasher Ellsworth 91 lennlpan W 1 and Fosse HRs Kaline Northrup 2 13 Stanley Hinton Hor ton Uhlaender Washington MZ 5 18 Baltimore 013 000 4 t Such 13 Hannan Grzenda 5 Bosnian 7 and Casanova McNaliv Ricnert 9 and Minnesota 110 410 11 Kansas City 000 000 J 7 J Perry Perranoskl 7 and Mitterwald Butler Fitimorr Wright Monteagudo HR Klilebrew New York Oil 500 010 0614 31 1 Boston 013 IIS 17 4 Kllmkowskl Hamilton Aker McDaniel 72 8 and Munson Romo Koonce Lyls Santiago 01 Stanga 11 and River Wins A doubleheader was playet in the Southern Alberta Midge Baseball League with Milk Riv er winning both games ove Pincher In the first game Stu Sag pitched his team to a 1413 vie tory while Blaine Schrempp took the In the escond game Bill Shcri dan got the mound verdict Cary Hucalak absorbed the de Action will resume next Wed nesday when Milk Biver wil tangle with Warner in Aaron At It catcher and an error by the opposition all ombined to give Montreal Expos a 32 win salvaging the last of a threegame series with Pittsburgh Rich makng Ms firsl start since he was recalled from the minors last stopped the Pirates on sever hits and John Baleman singled to break a 22 tie in the fifth in A single by Adolfo a sacrifice and an error by shortstop Fred Patek up Batemans runscoring In other National League games Hank Aaron drilled two homers to lead Atlanta Braves to 64 victory over Houston while Louis Cardinals swept a doubleheader from Chicago Cubs 30 and Cincinnati Reds split two 3 decisions with Los Angeles San Francisco Rooki By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cesar Gutierrez wrote himself into the baseball record books Sunday when he became the first player in modern major league history to get seven consecutive hits in a six singles and a as Detroit Tigers edged Cleveland Indians S8 in the 12inning nightcap of a Gutierrez sat out the won by the Tigers When I got the sixth said coach Wally Moses said I had some kind of I said Ill try for but never in my life did I ever think of a He got it in the 12th after Mickey Stanley homered to break an 88 an infield single off tlie glove of picher Phil The only other player ever to get seven consecutive ills in one game was Sets R League Baltimore Orioles beat Washington Senators New York Yankees outslugged Boston Red Sox 1410 in 11 Minnesota Twins trounced Kansas City Royals California Angels shaded Milwaukee Brewers 65 in 10 innings and Oakland Athletics took two from the Chicago White Sox 63 New York downed Boston Cleveland edged Detroit Oakland whipped Chicago Baltimore beat Washington Kansas City defeated Minnesota 53 and California blanked Milwaukee SPRAYS BALL AROUND a 155pounder who was sold by San Francisco Giants to Detroit last raised his average to rom as he looped a single lo centre in Ihe first singled to left in the singled o deep short in the IRST LiNE 9x346 ply TOR TIRES 89 F REAR TRAC Each lonal League club on June He also six singles ind a John Burnett of Cleveland set he record of nine hits in one c game July He had even singles and two doubles I nit of 11 trips to bat in 18in lint but the hits wcv nl to left in the smiled to in the eighth and cat out a hit behind second ase in the 10th before his San Diego Padres 72 and Ihe Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets game was rained the Pirates downed he Expos Chicago belted Louis Cincinnati edged Los Angeles Houston vhippcd Atlanta Philadelphia heat New York 21 and San rancisco defeated San TIRE 1 COMPUTE TIRE SALES SERVICE 1 aaUjW to eighthinning sinle tied the score and enabled im to come to bat twice more ml earn a niche in baseball Elsewhere in the new a single by ;