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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 - THE lETHBRlDGE HERAID - Tuesday, June 73, 1970 SP.' repc Expos Drop Douhleheader To Phillies IT'S LIKE THIS - Toronto Argonaut halfback Dave Raimey sho'^^s Dr. Grant Stewart (left) the scar left over from surgery during the team's annual checkup in Toronto Monday. Raimey suffered torn ligaments last season but is expected to be in top shape for the coming year. In Senior Little League action the Braves edged tlie Dodgers 7-4. Brett TowTisend picked up the win while Jerry Ai'esenko took the loss. Jack Sleightliolm had a home run and a double aiid LaiTy Peto banged out a double and two singles to lead the Braves attack. Kelly Keenan poked out a single for" the Dodgers. Martini's Cardinals romped to an impressive win as tbey clobbered the New Dayton Giants 14-2 in Big League action. Gerry Veres pitched a one Mtter to gain the victory while Doug Greeno was the loser. Veres also led the Cardinals in the offensive attack as he batted a triple and a single. In a Lakeside Little League Cahill Cheers go Camp TORONTO (CP) - Almost any athlete checking into training camp overweight invites the wrath of his coach but such was not the case Monday when Toronto Argonauts' Allen (Ray) Aldridge weighed in, The Canadian football League Imebacicer tipped the scales 20 pounds turther than he did last season and Ai-go coach Leo Cahill cheered. "We've been trying for years to get 20 more pounds on Mm," said Cahill. Aldridge weighed in with 200 pounds on his six-foot, six-inch frame. I plan to lose about 10 pounds in training camp," he said. "With tliis weight, I can lose 10 ^ nEGULAR AND KINGS without 10 s i n g strength, 1 coudn't diD that before." Aldridge had an operation at the end of last season for removal of a cartilage in his right knee md now is satisfied the knee is stronger. Among tlie 31 players reporting for pre-camp m�3acals Monday was all-star running back Dave Raimey who also has recovered from an operation to correct a damaged. knee suffered late last season. Another 26 players are to report Friday to the Argos' temporary camp at the Caniadian National Exhibition. Saiturday, the entire squad mioves nearby Aurora for two weeks of easy training. In John Hamilton, veteran tackle Barrow was among 71 players pairticipating in Monday night's first practice for the Ti-ger-Cats. Ban'ow, a perennial Eastern Football Conference all-star, this year was considering quitting football for a business venture but finally decided to stay with the Ticats and early Monday agreed to terms witli general manager Ralph Sazio. SKI JUMP SITE NEW DENMARK, N.B. (CP) - The 1971 North American Ski Jumping Cliampionships \nll be held here Feb. 27-28, it was announced Monday by Viking Ski contest the White Sox edged the Indians by a 8-7 score. Robert Poole picked up the mound victory wiile Greg Maxwell absorbed the loss. Warrick MeUs smashed a double for the winners while Teny McNeely poked out two singles for the losers. David Miskulen pitched the Braves to an impressive win as they whipped fne Astros 17-3 in a Norcrest Little I^eague game. Ken Jagertma was the losing pitcher. In the hitting column Brent Hamilton pounded out a double and a single for the winners while Eddy Fbc belted a triple and a single for the losers. The Giants stopped the Comets 9-7 in Senior Little League action, Al Robinson came up with the verdict over Bryan Maxwell. Robinson needed help from Curtis Klovansky. Harold Oddie paced the winners with a double and two singles. Jim Cook chipped in with two singles. Marty Maxwell had a double and a single for the Comets'. The E.xpos held off a spirited seventh inning rally to apend the Pirates 9-7 in Big League action at Henderson Park. Brian Veres, with relief help from Ken Nakama, picked up the victory. Allen Korth suffered the setback. Veres was the only player to earn a pair of hits, both singles. Junior Gals Open Play Wednesday and Thursday of this week will be of special interest to junior girls in Leth-bridge. Commencing at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday is the city junior girl's golf championship at the Lethbridge Country Clui). The scene switches to Henderson Lake Thursday for the wnd-uu to the two-day event. Tee-off time Thursday will be 8:30 as weU. The event will cover 36 holes in ail. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Mets, who stole the hearts of baseball fans last year in becoming world champions, now have turned to stealing more and more bases. Cleon Jones stole three and Bud Harrelson one Monday against Chicago Cubs to continue the team's banditi-y that has netted 68 for the season-two more than the total of 1969. Tlie base-running; along with home run-powered rallies by Tommie Agee and pinch-hitter Doim Clendenon, launched the Mets to a 9-5 triumph. In other National League games, Philadelphia Phillies swept a douhleheader from Montreal Expos 6-0 and 3-2, St. Louis Cardinals took a 6-1 win over Pittsburgh before dropping a 1-0 decision to the Pirates in the nightcap, San Francisco Giants downed Cincinnati Reds 13-6, Lcs Angeles Dodgers beat Atlanta Braves 4-2 and Houston Astros defeated San Diego Padres 4-1. CUBS' LEAD CUT Losing the opener of the five-game series left the Cubs only 2'/2 games ahead of the second-place Mets in the tightening National League East Division race. New York's ringleaders in the base tliievery are Asee v/ith 17, Harrelson 14, Joe Foy 11 PJid Jones 10. Ferguson Jenkms, Chatliam, Ont., native, had his five-game winning streak ended in the Met victory after he had pitched hit-less ball for the first four innings and permitted only one baserunner. He bit Jones with a pitch in the first mning and Jones promptly stole second. Tlie Mets broke a 5-5 tie with three runs in the eighth. After Jenkms sei-ved lead-off singles to Jones and Art Shamsky, he was replaced by Hank Aguirre. Clendenon l>elted an 0-2 pitch into the leftfield bleachers and the Mets added another nm in the nintli. At Pittsbiu-gh, the Cardinals backed rookie Jeri-y Reuss with a five-run second inning of the opener to give the left-hander his second win in as many starts. ALOU GETS EVEN Reuss got Matty Alou out on a pop to the infield but Alou retaliated in the nightcap, driving in the only run with a single after Gene Alley led off tlie 10th wilh a single off reliever Frank Linzy and was sacrificed to second. Jim Nelson, a rookie like Reuss, also pushed his record to 2-0 with the Pirates in the second game. Willie Mays hit two home runs and Dick Dietz and pitcher Rich Robertson one each for San Frandsco. Tony Perez hit his 25th for the Reds, tops in the majors. Trailing 5-3, the Giants broke the game open with sbc runs in the thhd, sewing on smgles by Dietz, Hal Lanier and Ron Hunt, a balk and doubles by Alan Gallagher and Bobby Bonds. Home runs by Wes Parker, Billy Grabarkewitz and Bill Su-dakis powered the Dodgers past the Braves and into second place in the NL West, nine games behind the Reds. Byron Browne's two-run double in the sixth inning enabled the Phillies to take their nightcap from the Expos at Philadelphia. Brown also belted a two-run homer and Deron Johnson coninected on a two-run double to back Woodie Fryman's foui'-hit pitching in the opener. Houston's Don Wilson, beset by shoulder miseries and making liis first start in 16 diays, checked San Diego on three hits, including Clarence Gaston's first-irming homer. He stnick out nine, walked none and retired 20 consecutive batters over one stretch. ^^^^ y^Ie^^Sju^^ Says: Golf's Million Dollar Winner LONG IRON ADDRESS Getting the ball lo ny correctly is probably tlie biggest problem the average golfer has with long irons. When the ball chronically follows an abnormally low path, something is being done to decrease the clubfacc's effective loft at impact. Very often this is the result of an incorrect address position. For the long irons, play the ball forward, no more than an inch or so inside your left heel. Position your hands even with, or perhaps slightly behind, the ball. This will help you to eventually use all of the club-face loft at impact. If your hands get ahead of the ball at address, you'll' probably impact in a similar position which will take loft off the shot. For Low Net Woo, Baker Top Shoot The honors were well divided in the regular monthly registered Alberta Trap Association shoot at the Lethbridge Trap Club over tl^e weekend. High over all honors, men, went to Ron Baker of Calgary with a total score of 233 of a possible 250 while top honors, women, went to Darlene Woo of Lethbridge with 226 of a possible 250. In "A" event singles Ken Kotkas of Barons stopped the field in class "A" witli a 98 out of 100. Bill Gilmore of Cutbank earned the same score to wui the class "B" honors while in class "C" the title went to Lloyd Nelson of Stavely with a score of 92. In handicap competiition Bill Petersen of Claresholm was the winner with 97 out of 100, in long yardage. Short yardage saw Joe Dagnone of Skiff win with a 95 score. Otto Stuber of Havre won the "C" event with 46 out of .TO. Three golfers tied for low gross in the Country Club League last night. Roy Brown, Don Rice and Bill Baird all shot a 40 to win the honors. Low net score was also something new as six golfers tied for this honor. Roy �Bro^vn, Don Rice, Bill Baii-d, Denny Fellows, Dorin Berlando and Bob McGregor shot a 34 to share the honors. Low team net score went lo Atlas with a total of 145. Dorigatti's took eight poimts from Beny's. In Lakeside Lea'gue action Tom Gellany shot a 37 to take the low gross scoi-e. Ludwig Pah-ulje, Ed MahaHk and Dave Stevens won the low net honors with a score of 33. Low team net was won by Parsons witli a 148. Included m this team are: Nazim Kirk, Fred Harrison, Jack Innis and Dave Stevens. Parsons took an eight point sweep over Owens. LAKESIDE Parsons ..................... 7,1 Safeways.................... 68 Bastedos.................... a Saskatoon Host SASIO\T00N (CP) - The Canadian Professional Golf Association's 1971 Labatt Cup championship will be played at the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club, it was announced today. The championship will be billed as part of Saskatchewan's homecoming '71 celebrations, said Barry Bates, president of the club. The tournament wUl be held sometime in August. Singers ................ . . . 66 Pahulle.................. 62 Walkers.................. 63 Flemings................. . . . 62 Kimuras................. . ... 62 CHEC .................. .. .. 61 Boise Cascade............ ... . 57 Soutliern Alta. Co-Op....... . . 57 Fraclies.................. ... 55 Herald ................. ... . 55 Dorigaftl................. . ... 53 Owens................... .. . 51 A and W ................. . .. 43 COUNTRY CLUB B and R Men's Wear....... . .. 73 Dorigattis................ .. .. 67 Beny's................... .. . 60 Packers .................. ... 57 CHEC................... . .. 56 Hepps................... ... 55 Lilydale................ ... 54 Lethbridge Office Furniture .. . . 53 Tollestrup................ . . 53 Atlas.................... .. 52 Parsons .................. 47 Eatons.................. .. . 47 ^or Generals M and K Generals used the 10 - run ruling to good advantage against the Marquis Hotel by beating them 14-1 in four innings in a Commercial Men's Fastball League game. Ken Ferguson won the mound honors while Brian Dickson took tlie loss. In the hitting departmeiit Har-Isn Bcrggard. Michael Slavich and George Gross all rapped out three safties for the Generals while George Jackci poked out a double for tlie losers. Tlie Dallas Cowboys had an impressive victory over the Labor Club in the other game, bouncing them 13-4. Darryll Leavitt picked up the win while Greg Binnings was tlie loser. Gary Wiyostok had a big night up at the plate as he clobbered a triple and a double for the CoA\'boys. Richard Chol-lack pounded out a triple and TeiTy Rhodes two smgles for the losers. ELR5CH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Chicago ..... 35 28 .556 _ New York ... . 33 31 .516 2Vj Pittsburgh ... . 2i 35 .493 4 SI. Louis ... , . 32 33 .492 4 Philadelphia .. . 30 34 .469 5V2 Montreal ... ...24 42 .364 1272 West Cincinnati ... 47 21 .691 _ Los Angeles .. . 39 30 .559 9 Atlanta ...... . 36 79 .554 9'/a San Francisco .. 32 35 .478 14V2 Houston ..... . 29 40 .420 I8V2 San Diego ... 30 42 .417 19 Clay Trip Rilled Out WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to give former heavyweight champion Cassius Clay permission to go to Toronto to fight Joe Frazier, his successor. The plea, made by Clay's lawyers and publicly disavowed by tlie former champion, had been denied June 10 by Justice Hugo L. Black. Clay's lawyers then appealed to Justice William 0. Douglas, who turned the case over to the full court where all the justices except Thurgood Marshall, who has been ill and did not participate, ruletl against the trip. Donna-Marie Gurr Had The Measles Swimming Sensation Late But Rariiie To Go TODAY'S GAMES Montreal McGinn 3-5 at Philadelphia Bunning 5-7 N New York Sadeckl 5-1 at Chlcaao Decker 1-4 St. Louis Taylor 2-4 at Pittsburgh Moose 6-6 N Los Angeles Singer 2-2 at Atlanta McQueen 0-1 N San Francisco McCormick 2-2 at Cincinnati Nolan 7-4 N San Diego Coombs 6-5 or Corklns 4-6 at Houston Wilson 1-2 N MONDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco 306 001 021-13 17 0 Cincinnati .. 500 000 100- 6 6 1 Robertson (5-6) and Dietz; Gullet {2-n Borbon (3) Clonlnger (3), Washburn (9) and Corrales. HRs: San Fran-Mays (2) (17). Dietz (14), Robertson (1); Cln-Perez (25). FIRST St. Louis .. . Ktm 000-� 14 0 Pittsburgh . 000 000 001- 1 9 1 Reuss (1-0) and Simmons; Ellis (S-6), Pena (2), Gibbon (4), Dai Canton (6), Walker (8) and May. SECOND St. Louis ... MO 010 000 0 < 0 Pittsburgh ... 000 000 000 1- 1 7 1 Torrez, Llnzy (3-4) (10) and Torrez; Nelson (2-0) and Sangullien, FIRST MontrMi �00 000 tW- t 4 2 Philadelphia 300 001 :0x- 6 7 0 Stoneman (4-9) Reed (7) Dillman (8) and Bateman; Fryman (5-3) and Compton. HR: Phila-Browne (6). SECOND Montreal ... OOt 110 00�- i V 1 Philadelphia 100 002 OOx- 3 7 0 Renko (2-41 I?aymond (7) and Bote, man; Wise (5-4) and Edwards. HRs; Mont-Jones (7); Phil-Taylor (6). San Diego .. . 100 000 00*-1 3 2 Houston . . 010 101 lOx- 4 9 0 Roberts (5-4), Willis (7) and Can-nlzzaro; Wilson (2-2) and Edward. HRs: SanD-Gaston (10); Hous-Mor-gan (2). New York .. .060 *40 131- 13 2 Chicago ..... 210 000 20(X- 5 12 1 Gentry, McGraw (5), Taylor (2-3) (7), and Grote; Jenkins (8-8) Aguirre (8), Regan (9) and Hiatt. HRs: NY-Agee (15), Clendenon (7). Los Angeles . OOO 102 010- 4 � 0 Atlanta ... . toi 000 10�- J 9 I Foster (4-7), Brewer (9) and HaMer; P. Niekro (6-9), Wilhelm (9) and Did-ier. HRs: LA-Parker (4), Sudakis (5), Grabarkewitz (7); Atl-P. NIckro (1). AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore ... New York .. Detroit ... . Boston ..... Cleveland ... Washington Minnesota .. California ... Oakland ... Chicago ... Kansas City Milv/aukee .. East W L Pet. . 44 23 .657 . 40 26 .606 . 33 30 .524 . 30 33 .476 29 34 .460 29 37 .439 West . 40 21 .6S6 . 37 27 .578 . 38 30 .559 24 42 .364 . 23 41 .359 . 21 44 .323 GBL 1',* 9 12 13 141A 41.^ 18Vj 181/, 21 TODAY'S GAMES Kansas City D�go 5-4 at Oakland Dobson 6-6 N Chicago Janeski 6-4 at California Messersmilh 6-v^ N Minnesota BIyleven 7-i b\ Milwaukee Bolin 1-5 N Detroit Lolich 6-7 at Washington Brunei 4-5 N Baltimore Palmer 10-3 at Boston Culp 4-7 N Only games scheduled MONDAY'S RESULTS Kansas Clly 000 OtO 10*- 1 5 0 Oakland . . 000 010 001- 2 i 2 Morehead, Burgmeier (1-4) (7) and Kirkpatrick; Seoul, Locker (1-1) (8) and Duncan. HRs: Oak-Bando (14), Fernandez (9). Daltlmore .. .010 000 503- 9 15 i Boston .. . 600 000 110- 8 10 1 Phoebus, Leonhard (1) Lopez (2), Drabowsky (4), Hali (6-3) (7), Rlchert (9) and Etctiebarren; Brett, Romo (7) Lyie (0-3) (9), KooncB (9) and Moses. HRs: Balt-Motton (1), Salmon (3) Bos-YastrzemskI (16) T. Conigiiaro (13). Minnesota .. 000 131 �0�- 4 7* Milwaukee 100 000 002- 3 3 1 Kaat (6-5) Perranoski (9) and Mit-terwald; Brabender (3-9) Sanders (5), Gelnar (7) and Roof. HRs: Minn- Klllebrew (16); Mllw-Harper (12). LEAGUE LEADERS National League AB -234 R H Pef. 53 91 .389 255 58 93 .365 . 264 40 89 .337 202 72 68 .337 210 33 7 .333 192 41 64 .333 262 36 85 .324 174 21 . 235 53 carty, Atl ... Perez, Cln ... Gaston. SD ... Clemente, Pgh Grabark'tz, LA Hickman, Chi . Menke, Hous .. Shansky, NY .. H. Aaron, Atl . Tolan, Cln .......10 Horns Runs: Perez, 25; Bench, Cincinnati, 24. Runs Batted In: Perez, 74; H. Aaron, Bench, 64. Pitching: Simpson. Cincinnati, 10-1, .909; Nash, Atlanta, 9-2, .818. American League AB R 56 .322 - - - 75 .319 229 48 73 .319 Carew, Min ... A. Johnson, Cal While, NY .. . F. Robinson, Bal Keough, KC W. Horton, Det Hopkins, Chi .. Ollva, Min ... . F. Alou, Oak J. Powell, Bal H Pet. 186 27 60 .376 254 34 88 .346 257 55 89 .346 . 202 40 69 .342 161 25 52 .323 242 38 78 .322 152 16 49 .322 78 .318 83 .314 245 39 264 40 ------ .. . 232 40 72 .310 Home Runs; F. Howard, Washington, 19; J. Powell, Klllebrew, Minnesota, 18. Runs Batted In; W. Horton, Detroit, 56; J. Powell, Klllebrew, 50. Pitching; McDanlel, Now York, 7-2, .778; Palmer, Baltimore, 10-3, .769. Bv JUDY CVIIEIE VANciOUVER (CP) - Dmi-na-Marife Gurr, undaunted by setbacks, is heading for the Canadian swim tcain's Commonwealth Games training camp in Quebec-three days late but raring to go. Wien the other members of the British Columbia team left for Quebec Friday, the 1,5-yoar-old sensation was at home recovering from measles. And wliile U-youls for the Canadian te?m were held in Winnipeg l,^.st April, Donna had her Ipb in a cast. Bui, if her performance in Winnipeg was any indication, Donna'.'! .second setback may 1)0 a lucky omen. Donna talked her doctor into removmg her cast and promptly won the 100 and 200 metre backstroke events in 6D.4 and 2:29.2. respectively. I'er tirn',:s ,ire r.mong tho (op Uirro in the Commonwealth. She left by air Monday for Jonquiere, Que., just north o( Quebec City, where the Canadian team is training for the Commonwealth Games opening in Edinburgh July l(i. She left behind her crutches, leg cast and measle spots. Donna has been walking for about a month now, after hav-hig her leg in a cast for five. Last December, she was fo'.ipd to have c.';lcoc'ic'xlritis dessicans in her left knee - loose chippings of bone and cartilage al the base of the thigh which g\v& intermittent shai-p pains. Her doctors decided lo let the disease heal it,self, and put her leg in a cast. ,Slie continued to train with the Dolphins Swimming Club of Vancouver, using her arms primarily to cover distances from 8,500 to 12,000 yards a day, five days a week with only ci^.e leg for starting, turning and swimming. The cast on tlie other cons- isted of glass fibre with celUi-lase acetate lined with a foamed polyethylene splinting material which provided light, strong and water-resistance support. Donna's past swimming triumphs include five medals at the British National Games at Blackpool last Ai;gust, setting a German record for the 200 metre backstroke at Dus-Feldorf summer, and wi'i-iiing five gold medals at the Ca:nada Games in HaJlfax. KELLY^ll^ BPRINGPIEUI FIRST LINE 16.9x34-6 ply RES Each . . , . , ilWCMTlJiim mmMi TIRE SAW tf iitii ;