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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDOS HEDAID 1970 SPt rep Expos Drop Doubleheadcr To Phillies ITS THIS Toronto Argonaut halfback Dave Raimey shows Grant Stewart left the scar eft over from surgery during the teams annual checkup in Toronto AAon Raimey suffered torn ligaments last sea sen but is expecled to be in top shape for the coming In Senior Little League action the Braves edged the Dodgers Brett Townsend picked up the win while Jerry Aresenko took the Jack Sleightholm had a home run and a double and Larry Peto banged out a double and two singles to lead the Braves Kelly Keenan poked out a single lot the Martinis Cardinals romped to I contest the White Sox edged the an impressive win as they clob1 Indians by a 87 bered the New Dayton Giants 142 in Big League Gerry Veres pitched a one hitter to gain the victory while Doug Greeno was the Veres also led the Cardinals in the offensive attack as he bi ted a triple and a In a Lakeside Little Leagi Cahill Cheers Camp TORONTO CP Almos any athlete checking into train ing camp overweight invites th wrath of his coach but such wa not the case Monday when To ronto Argonauts Allen Hay Aldridge weighed The Canadian footba League linebacker tipped th scales 20 pounds further than b did last season and Argo coacl Leo Cahill Weve been trying for to get 20 more pounds on said Aldridge weighed in with 200 pounds on his sixinch I plan to lose about to pounds in training he said With tliis I can lose 10 without losing coudnt do that Aldridge had an operation a the end of last season for re moval of a cartilage in his righ knee and now is satisfied th knee is Among tlie 31 players report Ing for precamp medicals Mon day was allstar running bacl Dave Bairney wlw also has re covered from an operation t correct a knee suf fered late last Another 26 players are to re port Friday to the Argos tem porary camp at the Canadian National Saturday the entire squad moves Aurora for two weeks oi easy In veteran tackle John Barrow was among 71 players participating in Monday nights first practice fof the li a perennial Eastern Conference his year was considering quit ing football for a business ven ure but finally decided to stay vith tlie Ticats and early Men lay agreed to terms with gen ral manager Ralph IKI JUMP SITE NEW CP Tlie 1971 North American Ski umping Championships will be reld here it was an otinced Monday bv viking Ski Robert Poole picked up the mound victory wiile Greg Max well absorbed the Warrick Mells smashed a double for the winners while Terry McNeely poked out two singles for the David Miskulen pitched the Braves to an impressive win as they whipped the Astros 173 in a Norcrest Little league Ren Jagersma was the losing IB the hitting column Brent Hamilton pounded out a double and a single for the winners while Eddy Fix belled a triple and a single for the The Giarts stopped tlie Comets 97 in Senior Little League Al Robinson came up with the verdict over Bryan Robinson need ed help from Curtis Harold Odriie paced the win ners with a double and two By THE ASSOCIATE IliESS New Yurk who stole the hearts of baseball fans last year in becoming world now have turned to stealing more and more Cleon Jones stole three and Bud Harrelson one Monday against Chicago Cubs lo con nine the teams banditry that has netted 68 for the season two more than the total of Tire baserunning along with home runpowered rallies by Tommie Agee and pinchhitter Derm launched the Mets to a 95 In other National League Philadelphia Phillies swept a doublebeader from Montreal Expos 60 and Louis Cardinals took a 61 win er Pittsburgh before dropping a 10 decision to tlie Pirates in tlie San Francisco Giants downed Cincinnati Reds Lcs Angeles Dodgers beat Atlanta Braves 42 and Houston Astros defeated San Diego Padres j CUBS LEAD CUT Losing the opener of the five game series left the Cubs only games ahead of tlie second place Mets in the tightening Na tional League East Division New Yorks ringleaders in Ihc base thievery arc Agee with Harrelson Joe Foy 11 and Jones Ferguson had his fivegame winning streak ended in the Mel victory after he had pitched hit less ball for the first four in nings and permitted only one He hit Jones with a pilch in the first inning and Jones promptly stole The Mets broke a 55 tie with three runs in the Alter Jenkins served leadoff single to Jones and Art I was replaced by Hank Agiiiire Clendenon belted an 02 pitc into the leftfield bleachers the Mets added another run ii the At the Cardina backed rookie Jerry Reuss wit a fiverun second inning of th opener to give the lefthande his second ALOU GETS EVEN Reuss got Matty Alou out on pop to tlie infield but Alou retal iated in the driving in the only run with a single afte Gene Alley led off the 10th wiJ a single off reliever Franl Linzy and was sacrificed to sec Jim a rcolde like also pushed his record to 20 with the Pirates in the sec ond Willie Mays hit two home runs and Dick Dietz and pitcher Rich Robertson one each for San Tony Perez lut his 25th for the tops in the Trailing Ihc Giants broke Ihc game open with six runs in he scoring on singles by Hal Lanicr and Ron a balk and doubles by Alan Gallagher and Bobby Home runs by Wes Billy Grabarkewitz and Bill Su dakis powered the Dodgers past the Braves and into second place in the ML nine games behind the Byron Brownes tworun dou ble in the sixth inning enabled the Phillies to take their night cap from the Expos at Philadel Brown also belted a two run homer and Deron Johnson corrected on a tworim double lo back Wocdie Frymans four hit pitching in the Houstons Don beset by shoulder miseries and mak ing his first start in 1C checked San Diego on three including Clarence Gas tons firstinning He struck out walked none and retired 20 consecutive bat ters over one Golfs Million Dollar LONG IRON ADDRESS win in as man seventh innin he 3Cti Br rorr he Getting the ball lo fly correctly is probably the biggest problem the aver age golfer has with long When the ball chronically follows an ab normally low some thing is being done to decrease the clubfacss ef fective loft at Very often this is the result of an incorrect ad dress For the long play the ball no more than an inch or so inside your left Position your hands even or perhaps slightly the This will help you to even tually use all of the club face loft at If your of the ball at youll probably impact in a similar position which will take loft off the M and K Generals used 10 run ruling to good ad vantage against the Marquis Hotel by beating them 141 in four innings in a Commercial Mens Fastball League Ken Ferguson won the mound honors while Brian Dickson took tlie In the hitting department Har kn Michael Slavich and George Gross all rapped out three safties for the Gen erals poked while out George double Jackci for tlie The Dallas Cowboys had an impressive victory over the Lab or Club in the other bouncing them Danyll Leavitt picked up the win while Greg Binnings was the Gary Wryostok had night up at the plate clobbered a triple and a double for the Richard Choi lack pounded out a triple and Terry Rhodes two singles for the a big as he NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl W Chicago 25 New York 33 Pittsburgh 24 Louis Philadelphia 30 Montreal 24 West Cincinnati Lcs Angeles San Francisco Houston San Diego AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore New York Cleveland Washington Minnesota California Oakland Chicago Kansas City Milwaukee 29 29 West 23 21 12 13 1414 iA 1814 21 Three golfers tied fof low ross in the Country Club last Roy Don Rice and Bill Baird all hot a 40 to win the Low et score was also something ew as six golfers tied for this Roy Don ill Denny Dorin erlando and Bob McGregor hot a 34 to share the Klmurss CHEC Boise Cascade Southern CoOp Herald 3pen Ccmtnem edrasday the rim Cook chipped in Marty Maxa double and a single pos held off a Daicer Top team bture weiiu m Atlas with a total of Dcrigattis took eight points rom In Lakeside League action Tom nning rally to shot a 37 to take Ihe 3s 97 in Big League Henderson with relief help picked honors were well divided in Uie regular monthly registered Alberta Trap gross Ludwig Ed Mahalik and Dave Stevens won Uie low net honors with a score of Allen Korth shoot at the team net was won by Club over tlie with a Included in as the only player to ir of both over all went to Ron Baker of team are Nazim Free Jack fnnis and Dave a total score of 233 of a possible 250 while lop took an eight point or went lo Darlene Woo of Lethbridge with 226 of a over LAKESIDE 11 A event singles Ken Kstkas of Barons stopped the field m class A with a 98 63 Basledcs 6j ay and Thursday of will be of special Bill Gilmore of Cutbank earned the same score to Host junior girls in class B honors while in class C the title went CP The cing at is the city junior championship at the Country Tlw tches to Henderson sday for the windup wlay Teeoff sday will be Nelson of Stavely with a score of In handicap competition Bill Pelersen of Clarcshclm was the winner with 97 out of in long Short yardage saw Joe Dagnone of Skiff win with a 95 Professional Golf Associations 1971 Labatt Cup championship will be played at Ihe Saskatoon Golf and Country C it was announced The championship will be billed as part of Saskatchewans homecoming 71 said Barry president of Stiibcr of Havre t will cover C event with 46 out tournament will be held sometime in COUNTRY CLUB 6 and R Mens Packers Hepps Lelhbridge Office Furnllure Parsons TODAYS GAMES Montreal McGinn 35 at Phllade phia Bunning 57 N Now York Sadcckf 51 at Chicatj Decker lI Louis Taylor 24 at Plttsburg Mocse 66 N Los Angeles Singer 2 at Allant McQueen 01 N San Francisco McCormlck 22 at Cii cinnatl Nolan 7 N San Diego Coombs 65 or Corkln 46 a Houston Wilson 12 N MONDAYS RESULTS San Francisco 306 001 17 Cincinnati S03 000 6 6 Robertson 5i and Dietz Gulli 21 Borbon 3 Cloninger Wash burn 9 and HRs Sa 2 Dieti Rob ertson FIRST Louis ISO 100 14 Pillsburcjh 000 000 1 9 Reuss 10 and Simmons El Pena Gibbon Dal Can ten Walker 8 and SECOND Louis MO OH flOO 0 I Pittsburgh 000 CM 000 1 7 Linzy 34 10 and Nelson 20 and FIRST Montreal Philadelphia 909 ODD I 4 300 001 6 7 Rjed 7 Dlllril Clay Trip Ruled Out WASHINGTON AP The Supreme Court declined M o n d a y to give former leavyweight champion Cassius Clay permission to go to To ronto to fight Joe his The made by Clays law yers and publicly disavowed by tlie former had been denied June 10 by Justice Hugo Clays lawyers then appealed o Justice William who turned the case over to the ill court where all Ine justices xcept Thurgood who has been ill and did not partici ruled against tlie HR SECOND Montreal 110 1 Philadelphia 100 00 370 Renko Raymond 7 and Bale man Wise SJ and HRs San Diego 1 3 Houston 010101 9 0 Roberts Willis 7 and Can nizzaro Wilson 22 and Edward HRs New YorK 000 MO 13 2 Chicago 210 12 1 McGraw Taylor 231 and Grote Jenkins Be Aguirre Regan 9 and HRs Agee Clendenon Los Angeltl 000 102 810I J 0 Atlanta 101 000 1002 9 I Foster Brewer and Halleri Niekro vyilhelrn 9 and Did HRs LAParker Sudakis Grabarkewilz Niekro TODAYS GAMES Kansas City S4 it Oakland Dobson 66 N Chicago Jancski 64 at California Messersmilh 66 N Minnesota Blyleven 22 at Milwau kee Dolln 15 N Detroit Lolich 6r at Washington Bru nei J5 N Baltimore Palmer 103 at Boston Culp 47 N Only games scheduled MONDAYS RESULTS Kansas Cily OOJ D90 1 S 0 Oakland ooooio t 2 Burgmeier 14 7 id Kirkpatrlck Locker 8 and HRs OakBando Fernandez Baltimore 010 COO IS J Boston 600 000 a 10 1 Leonhard 1 Lopez 2 prabowsky Hall 63 Richert P and Etchebarren Romo Lyie 03 Kooncs and HRs 3 16 Conisiiaro 7 I 000 131 Milwaukee 100 000 0023 Kaat Perranoski 9 and Mit irwald Brnbender 3 Sanders Gelnar 7 and HRs Killebrew LEAGUE LEADERS National League AB R All Cln SO Pgh LA CM Hous NY Ali cin 234 235 26 202 210 192 262 174 H 91 93 89 68 7 64 85 56 75 73 35 Home Runs 23 Bench cti Runs Batted In 74 Pitching 0 American League Cal Win NY Bal KG Del Chi Min Oak AB 186 254 21 152 215 Home Runs 19 Wi H 60 83 89 69 52 78 49 78 33 72 hing Minne Runs Baited In 50 New BPRINGFIEU FIRST LINE ply DonnaMarie Gurr Had The Measles Swimming Sensation Late But Rarinsr To Go REAR TRACTOR TIRES By JUDY cunniE VANXOUVER CP Don naMarie undaunted bv is heading for the Canadian swim teams Com monwealth James training camp in days lalo but raring to When the other members of Ihe British Columbia team left for Quebec the 15 yoarold sensation was at boms recovering from mcn And wliile Iryouls for the Canadian team were held in Winnipeg bst Donna tod her lee in a if her performance in Winnipeg was any Donnas second setback may be a lucky talked her doctor into removing her cast and promptly won Ihe 100 and 200 metre backstroke events in and 1T tinv CT Cio lop tlirrc in the Slio left by air Monday or just north of Quebec where Ihe Cana dian team is training for the Commonwealth Games open ing in Edinburgh She left behind her leg cast and measlc Donna has been walking for about a month after hav ing her leg in a cast for Last she was foud to hnvp icssicans in her left knee loose drippings of bone and cartilage at the base of the thigh which give intermittent sharp Her doctors decided to let the disease heal and her leg in a She continued to train with Ihc Dolphins Swimming Club of using her arms primarily lo cover dislances from lo yards a five days a week wilh only cne Ics for1 turn ing and The cast on Uie other cons isted of glass fibre with cellu lose acetate lined wilh a foamed polyethylene splinting material which provided strong and waterresistance Donnas past s w i m m i n g triuniDhs include five medals at the British National Games at Blackpool last set ting a German record for the 200 metre backstroke at Dus fodorf and wii ning five gold medals at tlie Canada Games in ;