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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta e - THH lETHBRIDGE HERAlD - Monday. Jun. 22, 1970 Start'To'Finish Victory GET HIM A SEAT CUSHION - Los Angeles' Andy Kosco came all the way from second base on a single to have this collision with Cincinnati's catcher Johnny Bench. Not only did he upset Bench but the catcher dropped the ball and Kosco was safe. The Reds and Dodgers split 9-3 victories Sunday. Jockey Praises Mounfs Strong Finish Almoner Earns Queen's Plate TORONTO (CP) - Almost everyone concerned with Al- ronto gave credit to trainer Jerry Levigne who bought the moner's victory seemed ready. Victoria Park-sired gelding to pass along the praise and that left most of it resting on the dark bay gelding who Satur- fram' breeder Phi. Sherwood for $25,000. 'He deserves the credit," day won the 111th running of;Smith said of his trainer after the Queen's Plate. j Almoner won an exciting Owner Malcohn Smith of To-1 stretch duel with the filly Fran- freluche amd Top Call in the premier event for Canadian-foaled three-year-old thoroughbreds. "I had a feeling we were going to win," said the Toronto merchant. "The hDrse was ready; we had a good jockey and a good trainer. Jerry gets Open With Setback Cowboys Win Twice It didn't start out as a good weekend for the Dallas Cowboys but when the dust cleared Sunday coach Chester Gal was pleased with his club. Cowboys hosted Great Falls AC Supply over the weekend in a three-game exhibition sei-ies and came away with a pair of wins. Saturday night Great Falls got off to a flying start by blanking the locals 6-0 buit Sunday it was a different story as the Cowboys came up with 16-2 and 6-3 verdicts. Dick Lane was the winner for the visitors Saturday night as he fired a three-hitter at the Cowboys. The loss went Lo Dar-rel Leavitt. Ron Ramsey dad most of the offensive damage for the visitors as he stroked a home run and two singles. Danny Santoni, Larry Tratch and Jerry Stilson managed the only hits off Lane, each with a single. George Santoni took over the mound duties Sunday and was the winner in both games. In the first game he got the help of a home run from Jack Fleming amd a double and single each from Stilson and Myron Ell. Great Falls also helped out with six errors. Ramsey again pounded out a home run in a losing effort. Bill Magillis was the losing pitcher. In the rubber match, four errors and a single in the first iraung gave the Cowboys a 4-0 lead they never relenquished. Santoni picked up the win over Lane as Joe Schnitzer paced the attacks with two sin- gles. Danny Santoni, lYatch and Gary Wyrostok added singles. Jerry Jesiko managed a bame run for the visitors while Ken Elliot added two safeties. Cowboys see action tonight in the second game of a Commercial Men's Fastball League. At 8; 30 they tangle vrith the Labour Club following a game between Marquis Hotel and M and K Generals at seven. Race Results EDMONTON (CP) - Results Saturday from Northlands Park. First iim, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs Multifold (Cuthbertson) IJ.OO 5.M 3.70, Bull Hunk (Norrls) 3.30 2.80, Red Deer Lake (Sfadriyk) 470. Time: 1:30 Bubblegummer, Happy's Bobo, El Flllsleo, Arcadelt, Ntwiysnne also in. Second t1.400, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Boutique Bell* (Bllllngslty) 4.10 2.90 reo, Ice Alley (Rasmussen) 3.20 2.10, Brown Tuque (HaynesJ 3.J0. Time: 1:29 1-i Shirley S, Price Of Glen, Yor Evad, College Count, Hlghdorn also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: $3;PECT AffTO?.' cm ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUH Easf W L ret. OBL . 33 27 .545 _ .. 32 31 .508 .. 33 34 .493 4Vj ... 31 32 .492 4^/3 . 28 34 .452 7 .. 24 10 .375 12 West . 47 20 .701 . 36 28 .5