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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Thursday, Juno 25, 1570 Butlin Ami His League Rejoin C.A.H.A. ANDY CAPP CALGARY (CP) cm Canada Hockey league has retumod In the Canadian Ama- teur Hockey Association, ending a two-year absence by signing an agreement which places it in the front ranks of junior hockey. President Ron Butlin told a news conference Wednesday lioual Hockey League, gives the WCHL a minimum of a year. with each of the 10 teams receiving in ti'avel money and in do v e 1 o p m e n t money. Butlin said the agreement, and on a direct path into the Ca- nadian final. The Ontario Hockey Associa- tion and Uie Quebec Junior league will also be in Tier 1, Western Canada because teams in Tier 1 can automati- cally draft players from learns Calgary, a CAI-IA vice-president, said the tire best junior hockey player's terms of the agreement with I he WCHL also apply to the OHA and QJHL with the esceplion of ha in travel money. Butlin said that in addition to he travel and development unds, the WCHL will receive for players dratted by he NHL during the 1967-68 and (168-69 seasons. Kryczka described the recon- c i 1 i a t i o n as a move to strengthen the CAHA's negoliat- ng hand with the NHL when an igreement between the profes- ional and amateur groups ex- lires in two years. "We could be looking at a new he said, "and now we have a bit more mus- e." Kryczka said American own- ers in the NHL are discussirg 'o possibility of bypassing the JAHA and spending their noncy on scholarships to lure Canadian hockey players to United Stales colleges. EXPECT MORE Butlin said the WCHL antici- CLEAR THE TRAP-Sporting a moustache and mod hair style Eddie Shack (second from clowns around with Sandra Post Elliott, a touring woman golf profes- sional. The two were playing in a pro-celebrity tournament. Mets Take Over East Division Lead ieds Say Goodbye To Crosley Cincinnati Reds played their last game in Crosley their home for 58 ing from behind with a pair of eight-inning homers to beat Juan Marichal and S'an Fran- cisco Giants 54 Wednesday night. "It was a great way to go said Beds' Johnny Bench, whose 25th homer of the season tied the score 4-4. Lee May fol- lowed him to the plate and im- mediately ripped another Mari- chal pitch to win it. "It's just as though it had been written in a said Bench after they turned out the lights at Crosley field, reg- ular-season games after the opener, April 11, 1912. Crosley was the first major league stad- ium to have lights and the first night game was played there May 24, 1935. The Heds, leaders In the Na- tional League West, move to Cincinnati's new Riverfront Stadium June 30. Elsewhere in the league, New York Mets hammered the fal- tering Chicago Cubs twice, 9-5 and 6-1, to edge past the Cubs into first place in the East divi- sion. Los Angeles Dodgers beat Atlanta Braves 7-0, Montreal Expos wallopped Philadelphia Phillies 8-0, Pittsburgh Pirates nudged St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 Buy one these now... and get this one FREE! in 11 innings and Houston As tros nipped San Diego Padres 5-4. The defending world cham pion Mets took over first plac< from the Cubs by one-half gam< after taking then: fourth straigh in. the five-game set which con eludes today. It was Chicago's sixth loss in a row and droppec them from the lead for the firs time since April 22. Dick She-field, Boston's occa sional infielder, figured on watching Wednesday n i g h t's game against Baltimore Orioles from his usual spot on the Red Sox bench. Then Mike Andrews showed up with an aching back and Schofield went from, sub t( star. Starting at second base, Scho- field whacked a bases-loader triple that tied the score in the 1 seventh inning and then scored Boston's winning run on a sacri fice fly as the Red Sox rallied h knock off the Orioles 6-5. In other American League games1, Bobby Murcer vrallopec [our home of them in the second Nev York Yankees split a double header with Cleveland Indians losing 7-2 before winning 5-4 Oakland Athletics tripped Kan sas City Royals 5-1, Minnesotf Twins edged Milwaukee Brew ers 3-2, in 11 innings and Call fornia Angels swept a double- header from Chicago White Sox 3-1 and 2-1. Declare your independence from weekend lawn chores. Get the great new John Deere 19-inch trimming mower value) FREE with your purchase of any new John Deere Lawn and Garden Tractor. You'll have a "Weekend Freedom Machine" for your big jobs, and our big helper for your little jobs. See us before offer ends July K D IMPLEMENTS LTD. CARDSTON, Alberta HEPP'S INDUSTRIES LTD. 2 miles east of Stockycirds IETHBRIDGE, Alberta McKAY BROS. TARM IMPLEMENTS LTD. 37.14 5lh Avenue Norlh ttTHBRlaGC, Alberta CALHOUN SALES SERVICE LTD. FOREMOST, Albertn IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE in The Lethbridge Herald GREEN POWER LTD. Ph. 223-2139 TABER, Alto. Ph. 833-3811-BURDETT, Alto. RANCHERS' SUPPLY LTD. PINCHER CREEK, Alberln ANDERSON SUPPLIES LTD. Ph. M2-3M5-WARNES, Alto, pates another during the next two years for players drafted by the SUL. Under1 its agreement wilh he CAHA. the NHL pays or each player drafted. if he player signs a professional contract and an a d d i t i o n a 1 if in his first year as a he plays 25 games in the NHL. Each WCHL team will be per- mitted lo use four over-age players during the 1970-71 sea- son and two in 1971-72. The CAHA's junior age limit is 20 at Dec. 31, while the WCHL's has been 21 at Dec. 31. The junior age limit was one area of dis- pute between the two amateur organizations. In return, each WCHL team will pay the CAHA a reg- istration fee. In drafting from Tier 2 teams, Tier 1 clubs will pay for a player having two years junioi eligibility remaining and for a player with one year. The WCHL will be able to draft only Western Canada, the other Tier 1 leagues drafting only in Eastern Canada. Kryczka said a meeting wil be held in Toronto July 7 to put the finishing touches on the pro- posed new junior hockey setup. In Winnipeg, CAHA Presideni Earl Dawson of Rivers, Man. and Ben Hatskin, chsirman o: the WCHL board of governors told a news conference the agreement culminated two years of negotiations. 'All but the financial prob- lems were worked out last Au gust when we almost got bacl Dawson said. "These have all been ironed out and the agreement has met wit] unanimous approval." Dawson said plans for East-West championship Have not been completed, but he sale it could become "another Grej Cup, if right." we play our card Whitelaw Has Lead Shelley Whitelaw was the leader as the Lethbridge junior sfirls' golf tournament go under way Wednesday at Hen derson Lake. Miss Whitelaw carded a 10 and held a one stroke lead over Bernice Metcalfe. The final 18 holes of tlw two- day playoff got under wa, this morning at the Country Club. In third place following the first round was Aileen Metcalfi while Carol Andreachuk round ed out the top four. THAT'S THE BUOKE I TELUN1 VEK ABOUT Short Spoilt Of All Sort WILL RUN AGAIN CLEARWATER, Fin. (AP) The owner of Kentucky Derby winner Dust Commander said Wednesday tire big colt has re- turned to the track and will run .n the Monmouth Invila- jonal Aug. 8. Vr RETAINS TITLE NAPLES, Italy (AP) Franco Zurlo retained his Euro- jean bantamweight boxing :hampiocship Wednesday night }y outpointing fellow Ita 1 i a n Enzo Farinelli in 15 rounds. Zurlo weighed 11814, Farinelli FAVOR NIJINSKY LONDON (Reuters) Cana- dian-brod Nijirsky was quoted a 7-to-2 favorite for Saturday's Irish Derby at a callover on tba race here Tuesday. SEVEN SELECTED SUPERIOR, Wis. (AP) Seven amateur wrestlers have clinched positions on the U.S. free style team which will leave July 2 for the 1970 world wres- tlirg games at Edmonton. DETROIT FIGHT DETROIT (AP) A Detroit group headed by former mayor Jerome Cavanagh is negotiating to bring Cassius Clay and Joe Frazier to Detroit for a heavy- weight title fight Sept. 21. EDGE TO WESTLOCK GUELPH, Out. (CFj fending champion Mck Weslock has an edge on the 124 players entered in the Ontario Oven golf championship which starts at the Cutten Golf Club here today. Weslock, a 52-year-old golfer from Mississauga, said in an in- terview Wednesday he has played the course before. BENVENUTI AGREES RICHMOND, Va. (AP) The World Boxing Association said Wednesday world middleweight champion'N i n o Benvenuti has signed a contract to fight No. 1 challenger Carlos Munzon of Ar- gentina. MAXWELL SIGNS BRANDON (CP) Ron Max- well, former coach of Brandon Wheat Kings of the Wcs tern Canada Hockey League, has signed a one year contract as general manager and coach pi the Victoria Cougars of the Brit- ish Columbia Junior Hockey League. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W New York..... 3fi Chicago ......35 Pittsburgh 36 St. Louis 32 Philadelphia 30 Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco Houston San Diego TODAY'S GAMES Pet. .537 .530 .507 .478 .J55 JB2 .700 .571 .J37 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L M 25 27 34 31 New York Deiroit..... Boslon..... ___'eland Washington I 19 21 Montreal Nye 1-0 at Philadelphia G. j2CKSON 0KooSman N'- Holtz----- St. Louis Carlton Vcale 5-8 N Los Angeles Osteen 9-7 or 9.5 a! Atlanta Reed 1-0 H WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Chicago Seaver -4 at Chicago at Pittsburgh Sutton Kaiiasiiiro Paces Victory Two games were played in the Businessmen's Fastball League last evening. In the first game the City Hall beat Hie Bank of Nova Scotia by a 18-12 score. Joe Karl won the mound vic- tory while Lynn Rosane suffered the loss. Tosh Kanashiro paced the winners with a home run, two doubles and a single. Rick Wil- liams aided in the win by bash- ing a home run and three sin- gles. For me losers Wayne Mears led the way with a home run and four singles. In tire other game the Media trimmed Canada Trust by a 16-15 score. Howie Stevenson gained the win while Roy Yonkman took the defeat. At the plate for the winners Doug Steeden did all the dam- age by belting a home run, a triple and two singles. ECONOMICAl DEPENDABLE POWERFUL Now Available Again New 1970 GREMLINS Tlie from American Motors o truly remarkable llttlft car thaf presents to small car buyer a valid alterna- tive to the glut of imported cars c-n the market. Styling, comfort, peiformarsce, re- liability and price are the result of an intensive study of the nmnll cor ments. And Gre-n- lin meets and ex- ceeds every quirftment. NOW AS IOW v r AS ONtY I V You Can roy oj NO DOWN PAYMENT (PLUS FREIGHT) little as Only, per monlh MAKE YOUR MOVE NOW FOR 1HE CAR BUY OF A LIFETIME! AMBASSADORS wilh refrigerated air conditioning valued up lo JAVEUNS REBEIS HORNETS A.M.X. and the amazihg new GREMLIN illustrated 3rd St. S. Bank fiiQTGrC LO LTD. 3rd Ave- PinaiK'ns! WIIIBWU IIIWlWI3 ph. 327-2805 United Motors Co. ltd. ..0 Oil 013- and Grote 30 30 38 .441 West Minnesota -11 22 .451 California 39 58 -5H2 Oakland 39 31 .557 City 24 42 -364 Chicago 25 44 .362 Milwaukee 22 45 MS TODAY'S GAMES Chicago John 5-10 at California Wright a-5 N Minnesota Perry 10-3 at Milwaukee Krausse 4-10 N Detroit Cain 5-2 at Washlngion BOJ- ian 6-6 N Cleveland Dunning l-o at New York Peterson 9-3 N Baltimore Cueller 8-4 at Boston Nagy 1-4 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST W.' "coiborn (B) and Hiatt. HRs: Chi- cago, Banks 030 000 10 0 Chicago HO HI 000-1 2 0 Ryan McGraw (B) and Dyer; Reynolds Rodriguez Gura (9) and Martin, Rudolph nlrea! 000 040 8 11 0 Philadelphia 000 000 000- I I 1 Morton 17-5) and Bateman; Short Wilson (5h Lersch Palmer (9) and Compton. HR: Mtl-Bateman LOS Angclci 100 fill aos--7 l Atlanta OM 000 6 2 Mociicr (3-3) and Haller, Torborg Jarvis Priddy (91, Gale- wood (9) and Tinman. Francisco 101 200 WO- 4 7 1 (3-71, McMahon (8) and Dietz; McGloihlin, Granger (3-1) (H) and Bench. HRs: May __.. Diego 001 012 WO- 4 1 Houston 302 WO 10 0 Santorinl Ross Willis Dobson (B) and Barton; Umasler Ray Gladding (9) and Edwards. HRs: [ID, Barton WO 201 Wfl 173 001 111 10 1 nrouvar-y, Harlensttcn Aber- nathy McCool Linzy (11) and Simmons; Biass, Gulsti Pens Walker (6-3) (10) and May, Sanguillin Ricketts HR: 'StL -R. Allen BASEBALL SCORES pacific Coast Uagut Spokane 5 Tucson 3 Phoenix 4 Tacoms 3 Hawaii 1 Portland 6 Salt Lake City 2 Eugene 0 Pittsburgh Hra bosky. 32 Pet OBL .633 .603 Vh .523 S .492 10 12 Chicago 100 000 131 091 010 3 10 8 Horlen Wood (8) and Herr- mann; Murphy (7-6) and Azcue. SECOND Chicago 001 100 1 J California 010 HO 2 T I Moore Crider (7) and Joseph- son) Queen Fisher (7) and Egan, FIRST Cleveland OOJ 040 15 I Hew York 000 M0 HI-3 SI McDowell (10-4) and Fose; Slottle- myre (8-5) Keklch (S) Kllmkowski (7) Hamilton (9) and Munson. HRs; NT (3) Murcer SECOND Cleveland 911 1W I New York 100 020 M7- 5 1 Paul, Hennlgan Lasher (2-6) (7) and Fosse; Bahnsen Me- Daniel (9) and Munson. HRs: Nettles Kansas City 000 Olfl 1] 1 Oakland 110 003 7 Rooker Burgmeler (7) arid Klrkpatrick; Osteen (1-0) (6) and Fernandez. Baltimore C03 100 S Tfl S Boston 100 000 7 1 Hardln, Watt (2-i) Richerr Drabowsky Phoebus (8) and Hen- drlcks; Siebert, Stange Wagner (1-0) Roma (8) and Satriano. HRs. F. Robinson B. Robinson Smith Minnesota .000 200 S Milwaukee no 100 i Boswell, (3-6) Williams (9) and M terwald; Pattin (4-6) and Rool. Detroit 020 100 000 18 Washington 100 100 001 2 13 Wilson, Scherman (M) (7) TimmS man (10) and Freehan; C o Knowles (I-S) and Casanov HRs: Rodrigu Ml BPRINBFIEUJ SPECIAL FIRST LINE 16.9x34-6 ply REAR TRACTOR TIRES Each ELRICH TIRE LTD COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE _MTbr 327.4445 ;