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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Juno 24, 1970 Orioles., Twins Bolli Suffer Setbacks rs Have Brunei Slumps By THE ASSOCIATED 1'HESS George Brunei, who lias pitched baseball in 15 minor league cities and with eight major league clubs, appears to have finally found a home Washington Senators as the man who slops the slump. Brunei, 36, scattered six hits over seven innings Tuesday night to lead the Senators in a (i-2 triumph over Detroit Tigers that ended Washington's losing streak at five games. The left-hander also pitched Washington to its only other vic- tory in nine games, a 3-1 win over Minnesota Twins last Mon- day. In other American League games T n c s d a y, Milwaukee Brewers edged Minnesota 4-3, Boston Red Sox whipped Balti- more Orioles (M, Kansas City Hoyals beat Oakland Athletics 7-5 and Chicago White Sox downed California Angels 7-3. Brunei made his professional i debut in 1953 at Shelby, N.C., and has since been to such spot as Seminole, Okla., C'rowlej La., and Hawaii. lie finally made it to stay the majors in with Los An gelcs Angels and was their all-time left-hander b; Angel fans. Tuesday night, Brunei, go help from Tim Cullen, Paul Ca NOSE HIS GAME [lie Nastase of Romania gels a close view of tennis ball during match with Texan Cliff Richey at Wimbledon Tuesday- Nastase bested wish a comeback win. Richey Laver., Ashe Win Once Again Exit For Canadian England (CP) While Rod Laver of Australia and Arthur Ashe of the United States led a parade of favorites into the third round of men's singles in the All-England tennis championships today, the only Canadian at Wimbledon met swift elimination as women's competition opened Tuesday. Freckle-faced Jane O'Hara of Toronto, making her singles debut hero after playing in women's doubles in 1969, took a 6-4, 5-3 beating from Marianne Brummer of South Africa after cpening up a 4-1 lead in the first set. The 18-year-old Canadian jun- ior closed champioit lost her JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 concentration and surrendered 10 straight games to her more experienced 21-year-old oppo- nent before staging a miild oameback that was too little and too late. Laver, the man to watch as he campaigns for his third straight title in the world's top tenoiis classic, whipped young Austra'liaTi John Alexander 6-1, 6-3, 6-3 Tuesday to lead a con- Race Results EDMONTON Tuesday from (CP) Race results Northlands Park: First claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs Mr. Sfockyards (Haynes) 5.30 3.50 3.20, Hurracho (L. Wiseman) 5.60 3.00, Fallen Miss IBarroby) 2.30. Time: 3-5 Behl Behii Bandy Lee, Firey Doli, Contentious also ran. Track Scratch: Coco Gigl. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Spot O Scotch (Lawson) 3.50 2.60, Blue Twist (Blllingsley) 2.80 2.30, Royal Traffic 2.70. Time: 2-5 Land Beyond, True Trust, Tom's Award, Janet's Sister, Miss Viking also DAI'LY DOUBLE: BOYS7 WEAR BOYS' FLARE PANTS In sizes 8 to 13. Good choice of colors. ONLY BOYS' LONG SLEEVED SHIRTS With Bellow Sleeve, 3 bullon cuff. ONLY BOYS' ALPACA SWEATERS V neckr long sleeve, sizes 10 to 20. Assorted colors. Regu- lar H-95- 8 95 SPECIAL Just Arrived! New Shipment of BOYS' SHORT SIEEVED SHIRTS and TEE SHIRTS Sizes 8 lo 18 at ONIY 3.95 MEN'S BOYS' 214 5fh Street 5. WEAR Phone 327-3958 Third claiming, 2-year-olds, 3 fur- longs Gala Palh {Billingsley) 8.10 4.80 3.20, The Wisp (Turetsky) 8.30 -UO, Sir Morn (Hunt) 3.60. Time: Id? 4-5 Caroufer, G r I n n e r, Olympic Sun, Robbln Dobbin also ran. Track Scratch: Fleet Scalna Fourth claiming, -1-year-olds and up, IVa miles Dance With All (Billingsley) 5.00 3.60 2.GO, Aurnoi (Rasmussen) 6.20 3.20, Re- gal Hawk (Barroby) 2.70. Time: .1-5 Hot Flight, Game Boy, Dark House, Golden Wine, Sabrio also ran. Fifth claiming, j-yesr-olds and up, furlongs Main Jaho (Turefsky) 19.70 9.70 7.50, Manfi's Imp (Pacheco) 12.53 5.00, Mo- bile Service (Giesbrecht) 8.90. Time: 4-5 Golden Foam, Laqlorlheline, Roman Frost, Mr. Marsh, Magic Eve also ran. EXACTOR! Sixth claiming, -i-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Choppo (Lawson) 11.60 5.80 3.SO, Po- ir Palace (Berroby) 5.00 3.10, Rag- timer (Whittle) 2.70. Time: 4-5 Parkes, Take One Step, Duchess Nan, Big Grip, Trip's Ace also ran. Seventh handicap, 4-yesr-otds and up, "copel To Dash (R. Combs) 7.70 3.60 3.20, Swift Flutter IHunt) 3.50 2.90, Ma- 'y- Mack (Shields) 5.BO. Time: Tall Ridge, A Free Ground, Elonian -olfer, Whirlagale also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs Sharp Reply (Barroby) 4.10 Wing (Sladnyk) (.30 4.20, Wesl- ern Arrow (Haynes) 7.10. Time: 2-5 Chim Cheree, Sailing Belt, Glen's Re- bel, Gllmore, Another Hood also ran. QUINELLA: tingent of five Aussie profes- sionals through the second day of the tournament. John Newcombe, Tony Roche, Ken Rose wall and Roy Emer- son, seeded second, fourth, fifth and 10th respectively, all had straight set victories in the sec- end round. Ashs, from Richmond, Va., led four other United States players into today's third round by overcoming Nikki Pilic of Yugoslavia W, 6-3 in a two-hour marathon which fea- tured Ashe's powerful back- hand. Ashe is the No. 3 seed. Other Americans advancing were Stan Smith, Clark Greab- ner and Dennis Ralston, seeded seventh, ninth and 15Lh respec- tively, and unseeded Marty Riessen. Two of the All-England tour- nament seeds dropped to the sidelines in Tuesday's grey. gusty conditions. Eleventh-seeded Tom Okker of The Netherlands lost 6-3, W, 6-3 to Bcb Hewitt of South Af- rica, i'ired up at.being left cut of the seedings, while 13th-secdcd Jam Kodes cf Czechoslovakia was stopped by Alexander Me- treveli of the Soviet Uni-an 7-5, 3-6, 2-6, 7-5, In women's singles, top- ranked Margaret Court of Aus- tralia and second-seeded Billie King cf the U.S. get into action tcday, although irat against each other, after being idle tlirough the opening round Tuesday. Four seeded players advanced through the first round. Virginia Wade of Britain, Kerry Melville of Britain and Rosemary Casals and Julie Heldman, both of the United States, all had straight set wins. The four are seeded third to sixth respectively. SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT INUTE UFFLER INSTAU-ATIaism Phone 328-8134 509 6lh Avenue South saiiova and Wayne Comer. Cul- len hit a homer, Casanova had a shot and Comer drilled a two-run double in the Senator's seventh inning that finished Tigers starter Mickey Lolich, Mike Epstein also un- loaded a home run for the Sena- tors. Lolich, Detroit's ace left-han- der, hasn't won since May 28 and his record now is 0-8. His single drove in bolh Detroit runs off Brunei in the fourth. Pinch luttcr Gus Gil cracked a two-out, two-ran double in the ninth inning, giving the Brewers their narrow triumph over Min- nesota. Gil slammed his game-win- ning hit off reliever Ron Perra- nosld, who had just entered the ?ame. Phil Hoof connected for a )ases-empty homer for (he Brewers while George Mitter- wald had a two-run shot for the Twins. ORIOLES SHACKLED Ray Culp fired a three-hitter and the Red Sox smashed 12 lits, including home runs by Pony Conigliaro and Rico Pctro- celli to snap the Orioles' win- ning streak at five games. Conigliaro's two-run homer, lis 14th of the season, started a hree-run Boston fifth against oser Jim Palmer, 10-4, making t easy for Culp, 6-7, who struck out eight. Lou Piniella's bases-loaded fly >all fell for a triple in a four- run Kansas City first inning and Cookie Rojas sccked his first ipmer of the season as the Roy- als took a 5-1 edge over the Ath- etics after two innings. Joe Keough's two-run single n the fifth proved the differ- ence while Reggie Jackson, who misjudged Piniella's drive, drilled his 10th homer of the season for the A's. Bill Melton slugged a threc- run homer and Syd O'Brien '.dded a bases-clearing double, Jiving rookie right-hander Jerry faneski his seventh triumph of he season in Chicago's triumph ver the Angels. ANDY CAPP VER MONEY ON THE WRONG HORSE.P Concern In Alouetle Camp A Few Are Uncertain Bowling Highs I GLENDALE BOWL WEDNESDAY WOMEN Irene Uynde 253; Fran. Erlckson 303; Del Flexhaug 249; Fran DubinskI 251; Jo DIckout 243; Dorothy Sorenson 263; Marg McLaughlin 242; Jean Passey 26B Leah Gerla 244. WEDNESDAY NIGHT Dot Anderson 307; Edith Voth 567 'Dave Barton Orest Yur- chak 304 Belty Martin 241; Rob- in Wheeldon 3i3 Ross Allsop 279; Dave Burrows 278; Debbi Collier 221; Don Cassell 251 THURSDAY NIGHT Donna Stead 260; Jean Passey 254; Sandra Westling 330; Eldon Westling 270; Judy Harnack 274; John 'Rempel 294 Vi Price 233; Jane Smyke 257 Holt 303; Betty Coutts 290; William Kolysher 237. Cariocas Continue Celebrations RIO DE JAisTSmO (Reu- ters) Cariocas, the resi- dents of Mo, were recovering today from an epic celebra- tion marking the return of Brazil's World Cup soccer championships from Mexico City. Eio staged a gigantic un- precedented welcome Tuesday night as the players returned with the Jules Rimet Trophy, symbol of world soccer su- premacy. The Brazilians won it Sunday by beating Italy 4-1 in the World Cup final. Hundreds of thousands of people turned out in downtown streets, waving flags and hurl- ing firecrackers, as samba bands performed and ticker- tape drifted down from heli- copters and buildings. The players rode into Rio on three fire trucks after enthu- siastic welcomers in cars and trucks created a five-mile traffic jam on the road from the airport. It took about police in Rio to control the crowds trying to embrace the players. Tuesday was a national holi- day in Brazil to mark the World Cup victory. MONTREAL (CP) Running back Dick Smith, a sensation after he came to Montreal AI- ouettes from the National League Washington Redskins in the latter part of last season, will report to the Canadian Football League team today. Smith, absent because of mili- tary commitments in the United States, had not been expected until some time next month. He scored seven touchdowns last season. However, another standoul from last season, defensive half- back and cornerman Mike D'Amato, may not return. "D'Amato has a good job in New York and while we've talked to him, we're not sure whether or not he'll general manager Red O'Quinn said Tuesday. "I'll be talking to him again." CENTRE ALSO ABSENT Also in doubt is the case of centre Gene Ceppetelli, the for- mer all-star with Hamilton Ti- ger-Cats. Jake Gaudaur, Canadian Football League commissioner, has banned Ceppetelli from the Als workouts until his status with the NFL San Francisco' '49ei's is clarified. Ceppetelli was claimed from New York Giants on waivers by the San Francisco club, but re- ported to the Als as part of a deal between the New York and Montreal clubs. The ejection of Ceppetelli and a back ailment suffered by homebrew Pierre Guindon has thrown the brunt of the centi'e work on Fred McLean, drafted from the University of New Brunswick. Last season's all-star centre Basil Bark was sent to the Western Football Conference Calgary Stampeders on an off- season trade that helped bring flanker Terry Evanshen here. Royals Fourth Consecutive Will In the Lelhbridgc Minor Soc- cer League the Royals picked up their fourth consecutive win j as they bounced the North Stars 1 4-1 last night. Joe Mauro paced the Royal's attack as he booted in three goals. Graham Merrick aided the cause for the winners with a singleton. Joe Mcli averted the shutout as he scored the lone North Star goal. Hartack's Appeal Turned Dowi CHICAGO (AP) A protest by jockey Bill Hartack lodged when his mount, George Lewis, reared in the starting gale of Saturday's Arlington Classic, has been denied by Arlington Park stewards. Corn Off The Cob won the race by six lengths ovei Tenacious Jr. while Hartacl brought George Lewis from 3C lengths off to third place, a half-length behind Tenacious Jr Hartack said George Lewis reared and started to rear again "and in the middle of his rise UK starter opened the gate." Hartack suggested in a letter to the stewards that starter James Thomson be repri- manded. The board of stewards sait Monday: "The video tapes o'o not support the Hartack conten- tion that George Lewis rearec up before the break and again just as the break was being taken. The tapes disclose thai George Lewis reared only on the break." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W I Chicago .......35 New York ......34 Pittsburgh .....35 Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati Atlanta Francisco Houston San Diego Pet. GBL 35 29 .5-17 34 31 .523 IVi 35 35 .500 3 30 34 .465 fth 25 42 .373 11 Vi .666 .5J5 Tolan, CI....... 229 JB 73 .319 Shamsky, NV 179 51 57 .318 Home Runs: Perez, 26; Bench, Cin- cinnati, 24. Runs Batted In: Perez, 76; H. Aaron, Atlanta, 6-1; Bench, 6-i. Pitching: Simpson, Cincinnati, 10-1, .909; Nash, Atlanta, 9-2, .BIB. ..30 32 .411 I TUESDAY'S RESULTS Angeles 060 100 7 10 Atlanta 001 000 2 Singer (3-2) Mikkelsen (8) and Tor- borg, Haller McQueen (0-2) Pap- pas (5) and Tillman. HR: San Francisco 100- 3 7 Cincinnati 001 OOx 5 6 1 McCormick J. Johnson Re- berger (7) and Dietz; Nolan Can roll (8) and Corrals. HRs: Covey McRae L. May !an Diego 000 010 1 8 Houston 001 000 1 5 Coombs (6-6) and Cannizzaro; ingham (5-1) and Edwards. Hew YorK Assistance Available OTTAWA (CP) The federal government is making available 45 grants to outstanding Cana- dian athletes to assist them with their post-secondary education- al programs, the health depart- ment announced Tuesday. The awards will be lim- ited to athletes of international calibre who are pursuing or who wish to pursue studies at a rec- ognized university, college, community college or junior col- lege. Unless there are extenuating circumstances, it is expected that recipients will attend Ca- nadian institutions. The awards, wliich apply to the 1970-71 academic year, will be renewable for up to four years and an expected 45 new awards will be made annually over live next few years. Dead line for applications is July 15. A national selection commit- tee will consider the applica- tions and names of athletes se- lected will be announced about Sept. 1. I Chicago Sadeckl, Carciwell Folkers Taylor (3-3) (8) MeAndrew (10) and Grote, Dyer Decker, Colborn Barber Dunegan Regan (d) (B) and Hialt. HRs: NY-Marshall Dyer Williamj St. Louis Pittsburgh 000 010 2 511 MO 7 t 3 Taylor (2-5) Campisi Abernathy Hartensteln Linzy (8) and Moosa (7-6} and Sanguil- Simmons; ten. Montreal 100 Oil 000-7 0 Philadelphia TOO 000 1 I McGinn Raymond (9) and Bat- emi (1) Sunning Selma (8) and Comton. Montreal 100 010 0 Philadelphia 000 000 1 9 1 AlcGrnn Raymond (9) and Bateman. Sunning Semia (B) and Compton. LEAGUE LEADERS Carty, All Perez, Cin Gaston, SD Ctemente, Pit Grabark'tz, LA Hickman, Chi Menke, Hou Dietz, SF H Pet. 91 .35-1 94 .363 91 .341 70 .338 71 .330 64 .327 85 .321 49 .319 AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore New York Detroit- Boston Cleveland Washington Minnesota California Oakland Chicago Kansas City Milwaukee W L Pet. GBL 44 24 .647 20 34 .-160 30 West 40 .645 .569 .551 .373 .369 .333 17W 20 Kansas City 410 120 7 7 fl Oakland 012 QUO 5 o Drago (6-4) Johnson (9) and Klrk- patrick; Dobson Lachemann Roland (6) Lindblad (7) and Quncan. Minnesota 000 Oil 000- 3 3 1 Milwaukee Oil ODI 4 10 0 Blyleven, Hall (2-2) (7) Perranoski (9) and Mitlerwald; Bolin, Baldwin (2) HRs: Minn-MIIterwald Detroit 000 200 1 Washington 001 110 31 6 10 I Lolich J. Nieboer (7) and Free- in; Brunei Knowles (B) and Casanova. HRs: Cas- anova Epstein Baltimore 000 100 1 3 fl Boston .001 130 13 1 Palmer Leonhard Lopez (8) and Hendricks; Gulp (i-7) and Sa- riano, HRs: Bos A. Conigliaro Petrocelll LEAGUE LEADERS AS 186 II Pel. 70 .376 89 .346 Carew, Min Yhile, NY A Johnson, Cal Robinson, Bal Oliva, Min V. Horton, Def Alour Oak Conigliaro, 805 R. Smith, Bos 3inson, Cle Home Runs: F. Howard, Washing1 206 40 69 .335 245 39 78 .318 246 33 78 .317 368 40 8-1 .313 190 27 59 .311 227 38 70 .303 205 26 63 .307 on, 19; J. Powell, Baltimore, Kille- irew, Minnesota, 16. Runs Batted In: W. Morion, 56; J. 'owell, Killebrew, 50. Pitching: McDantol, Hew York, 7-2, 778; F. Peterson, New York, 9-3, 750. SPECIAL FIRST LINE 16.9x34-6 ply REAR TRACTOR TIRES SPRINGFIELD Each ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 462 1.1 Av., JovA Wtone 327-6886 or 3J7-444S ;