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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta GOING, GOING, GONE-New York Yankees' pitcher Stan Bahnsen hits the dirt offer taking o left from Vada Pinson of the Cleveland Indians. The fifth-inning brawl erupted after Pinson took o high tag from Bahnsen who was covering first base. Baseball In Senior LitUe League ac- Hon last evening the Dodgers were upset by the Senators 13-7. Randy Stevens gained the verdict while Jerry Aresenko took the loss. In the hitting department Wes Olson led the way with two doubles for the winners and Ross Blacknrer a double and two singles for the losers. Kenny Hall has struck out a total of 30 batters in the las two games he has' tbrowri in and by using 14 of these striki outs he guided the Yankees to a 4-3 factory over the In dians in Lakeside Little Leagu action. Darrcll Osmond whiffed th third strike past 10 batters a losing cause. Curtis Schwitzer was tlte bi gun at the plate for the winner EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park raca results Wednesday; Firs! tMOO, claiming, 4-year-ofdi and up, f furlongs. Madam Judge (Barroby) 3.40 2.70 3.40, Be There John (Norrls) 4M 2.50, Digital Era (RasmusserO 3.90. Time: Sharonlta, Parkland Prince, Pan cakes Si3, Left Count, Now Henry alsi ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Hollyburn (Barroby) 8.3ft J.50 4.50, Senor TIgre (Turetsky) 10.30 6.60, The Iron Girl (Bllllngsley} 6.40. Time: 3-5. Crankshaft, Polish Rod, Major Scan- dal, Tinda Rullah, Pretty Talk also DAILY DOUBLE: Third allowance, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs. Bull Hunk (Norrls) 6.80 3.90 2.90, Lady Cralgmount (Bllllngsley) -6.20 3.60, Lady Harcon (W. Combs) 2.70. Time: 1-5. Air Strike, Silky Page, Newlyne, Patty's Centennial, Western Champ also Tan. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, IV'a miles. Crown Countess (Turelsky) 11.60 iS.EO 3.90, Flash Attack (Haynes) 14.10 6.7Q, Night Shine (CuthberJson) 3.50. Time: 2-5. Petite D'Amour, Silk Buttons, Lord Post, Prlmall, Bully Banshee, Ion Hawk, Arbol Flor also ran. Fifth allowance, 3-year-oidJ, 7 fur longs. Big Dan (Norrls) 3.50 2.90 2.50 Sunshine Charlie (Hedge) 3.30 2.70 Leisures Memory (Turetsky) 2.BO. Time: 4-5, Cumloops, Swinging Lano, Nfiws Media also ran. EXACTOR: sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up 7 furlongs. Careless Sun (KlpiIng) ?.40 4.50 4.00 Crow's Mile (Bllllngsley) 3.60 3.00 Raider Boy 4.60. Time: Deletus, Ferment, Heavenly Child Little Cypsy, Prerequisite also ran. Seventh handicap, 2-year-olds, 5 fur longs. Moonlight- Shadow (Barroby) 10.21 4.50 3.40, Future Session (Parsons 15.20 6.20, Penicilltum (Norrls) 3.10. Time: 2-5. Rexequus, Tally Boy, Tabla For Tony. Rock 'N Ruler aiso ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-oldi and up, 7 furlongs. Naughty Nancy (Bllllngsley) 3.00 2.40, Ean Tudor (Glesbrecht) 4.60 3.50, Speclel Bout (Rasmussen) 3.60.. Time: 2-5. Law Boss, Esprit De Jole, Flying Nib, Like A Cheetah, Honey Pal also Q UIN ELL A: S1J.BI. WHATS GOT INTO THE HONDA 100' This year, two great new 100-cc Honda motorcycles arc jelling so fas! we honestly have trouble keepinq them in stock! Powered by high-revving overhead corn single cylinder 4-stroke engines, they aclgally perform like 125-cc twins, while retaining the simplicity and easy handling of imaller bikes. CB-100 Super Sporls; Telescopic fork and rear swinging arm suspension absorb bumps and give superb comfort and con- trolled handling. Easy highway riding to 72 mph. SL-100 Motosporh Extra strong double cradle tubular frame, big ground clearance, bare damper springs, and many other features for rugtjbd off-the-road or highway driving. See and test drive a Honda TOO todayl LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1307 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Distributed by: Clarko Simpkini Honda ltd., Vncouvor by stroking a double while Dave Henderson belted two singles for the losers. In Norcrest Little League ac- tion the Astra's edged the Cubs by a 5-3 score. Mike Coghlin picked up the win whilo Eocky Wells suffered the loss. Ken Jagerman did a good job at the plate as he stroked out four singles for the Astros. Ron Lamane and Ken Nagy chipped in with a double and two singles each. T. Richards poked out three singles for the losers. The Norcrest Minor League had playoff action last evening as the Beavers hombed the Pumas by a 13-3 score. Jim Kosowich led the win- ners on the mound while Tony Solowjow took the defeat. At th? plate John Calson did all the damage against tie Pumas by pounding a home run and a single. Neil Nisha- kawa followed by rapping a double. Rino was the big man up at ihe plate for the losers as he cashed two doubles to the fence. Post's Husband Has Malaria GUELPH, Ont. (CP) J o h n Slliott, an assistant pro from Cleveland and husband of Cana- !ian golfer Sandra Post, is in Jakvillc Trafalgar Memorial lospital suffering from an at- ack of malaria. Tliundoy, 25, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Doesn't Fed His Clul) A Grey Cup Contender Eskimo Coach Breaks With Tradi EDMONTON (CP) R: Jauch, new head coach of E- morclon Eskimo of the Weste Football Conference, is hone if nothing else. Breaking the tradition coaches' optimism, Jauch sa; he doesn't think the Esk' will be contenders for the Gre Cup. "We'll have too many youn inexperienced people hi a co: ccnirated area, such as of he said in an intervie at the Eskimos training cam] "Maybe these young peop we have signed will have tl potential and ability and m Jiey'U come forth, so to speal and we will be contenders. But would rot Uiink at this time tha we can say we are going to g out and win the Grey Cup. "Our object is to get the teair jack into the playoffs, solidii ;he offence and lacking gam and maintain our defence, eve mprave it versus the niitmn ame." Jauch, 32, became the young est coach in the Canadian Foo jail League this year when h moved up from defensive co-ac after Neil Armstrong resignec le took over a team with th >est defensive record in Canad ast year, but which missed th rayoffs because it lacked scor ng punch. QUARTERBACK PROBLEMS Inconsistency at quarterbac] vas the "N. 1 problem, we hat ast year and we've got to im wove that." Jauch has five quarterback n camp, including in-ey Colehour and Charlie Fu] on. Both had "too many passe Jltercepted last lour because his long passe requently wobbled and Fulton Because he was inaccurate. Competition for tire job is sup lied by Den Trull, a six-yeai eteran of tte American Fat all League with Houston Oilers nd Boston Patriots, who is ex reeled to make the club. Also in camp are rookies Phi1 :agen, 21, of the University of Minnesota, and Rusty Clark, 23 ram the University of Houston So far, Clark has looked good. The offence-building job has een made tougher by the loss f Jim Thomas, the club's lead ng pass receiver and rusher in 969, who has signed with Los Rams of the U.S. Na ,anal Football League. To plug the gap, Jauch has switched sophomore Terrj >waoi from flanker to halfback, ta-mus Butler, a returnee, :enneth Lee from Witchita tate and Rich Patterson from University of Nevada alsi nil be trying for halfback spots. BAD FULLBACKS Bruce Cullen, a 220-pounder ram Illinois State, and Dave avis, a 22J-pounder from Okla- ioma State, will be the chief candidates for fullback. Jaucb abo says the line must strengthened. In all, 14 play- s will be trying for guard, tac- le and centre positions. Willie Young, a six-foot-six- nch, from Alcom A and M, is expected to make the am at tackle as is Roger An- and 265 rom Virginia University. Tight end will be an "import esition." Sam Campbell, from wa State, aad Fritz Greenlee Chicago Bears are the rime candidates for the job eld last year by Canadian Al nvin. Vacation Specials BRAKE SPECIAL only Men., Tues. antl Thun., June 29, 30, July 2 19.95 STEVE SPISAK ONLY Reg. Parts Extra We will install new linings, check for leaks, check brake chock master cylinder, pack front wheel bearing, fill with brake fluid, adjust emer- gency brake and check condi- tion of drums. PHONE AHEAD AND BOOK APPOINTMENT SHOCK ABSORBER SPECIAL Deles Pleosurizers. 90.Day Trial. Special Ends' nn nr July Reg. 30.75 pair. Special A Save Money on Your Tune-Ups! WE USE THE SUN ELECTRONIC ENGINE ANALIZER Wo can pinpoint trouble in minutes For better gas mileage and trouble free miles let us tune your car. Free work guaranteed. Mechanic on duty all day Saturday Open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE Mayor Magralh Dr. and 4th S. Phone 328-7766 STOP AND GAS UP FOR FREE GIFTS unisn Jaudi said kicking has always been "sort of an extra but this won't be the case with the Eskimos. "All our players will be graded and looked at on how well they perform with special teams. If they make (lie kicking team, they'll be proud of it." Peter Kempf, Brian Berg and Dave Culler will compete for the place-kicking job, while Fred Dunn, a Canadian from Drake University, will handle punting. On defence, the CKL's stingi- est group will he returning and I it will be a tough unit to crack. Last year's front Lagrone, lineman of the year, Greg Pipes, Ron Forwick and Ed expected lo nuake it tough for oppasilion quarterbacks. Linebackers Dave G a s s e r, Ken Ferguson ajid Jerry Griffin and the secondary of John Wy- dareny, Dick Dupuis, Bayna Norrie and Mike Law will prob- ably be wearing the Green and Gold when the season starts. Joe Hernandez, one cf tho league's best defensive backs, has retired and tlicre are a number of candidates for his job. Vic Not Welcome In Ottawa Camp OTTAWA (CP) Halfback Vic Washington was curtly dis- missed from the Ottawa Rough Riders training camp Wednes- day and told he isn't welcome back until he has settled his contract difficulties. Coach Jack Gotta said later in an interview that the flashy lalfback, a sensation in his two years with the Eastern Football Conference club, "is becoming a iability to us." "He comes out with no pads on, just standing around and .alking, and is upsetting the morale of the other players. "With so many of our fine jlayers gone from last year, we mve to concentrate on our >ther assets and this includes he fine morale of the 25 or 26 back from last !otta said. Washington is determined to ry his luck in U.S. football next rear and general manager frank Clair is trying to talk lim into at least playing out his jption year here. Gotta also is losing patience vith other unsigned Riders in- cluding halfback Ronnie Stew- art and linemen Jim Cam and Tom Beynon. Stewart has no houghts of retiring but is look- ng for a big pay increase after fine 1969 season. He too has hown up in camp but is not ;afcing part in scrimmages. Gotta says Cain, 30, may have reached the age "where he no onger wants to play football." le added that neither Cain nor Jeynon will start in the all-star ;ame here next week. 1UNS TOUGH CAMP Gotta is running a tough raining camp, fining players for each drill they miss. At wo drills a day, this could be costly for Stewart, Cain and Beynon. The hot weather and Gotta's iron fist prompted four players to pack up their gear without being told. Close Games At Dave Elton In the Com m e r c i a 1 Men's Fastball League two games were played last night with tin RCMP gaining a win over" the Labor Club 10-7 and tlx; M and K Generals edging Nu Mode Homes 4-2. Frank Pops on pitched his team to victory while Jerry Areshenko suffered the loss. John Lestuka led the RCMP at the plate as he blasted the first pitch to him over the cen- tre field wall plus driving one for a triple. Phil Dodds aided by pounding out a home run and a single and Bob Sindiinger chipped m with two doubles. For the Labor Club Harry Na- gata poked out three singles and George Waselenak a double and two singles. Terry Rhodes smashed a home run in a losing cause. Dennis Allen pitched his team to a victory in the second game with Marv M o s e r taking the loss. Walter Kruchkywich rapped out two singles and drove in three important runs to lead the Generals at the plate. Bob- Balaz chipped in by line driving one to the fence for a double. Donny Marshall also aided the cause by poking two timely singles. For the Nu Mode Homes Iwan McKenzie stroked out two singles. Among the early departures was quarterback hopeful Kent Thompson of Miami University of Ohio. Of the quarterback job Gotta said that last year's backup man to Russ Jackson, Billy Van Burkleo, "has an edge so far on the ex-New York Giant Riders acquired from Montreal Alouettes. Gotta is satisfied with his of- fensive and defensive lines, most of them team veterans, and says Riders are strong in linebacking strength. His main concerns are candidates for run- ning backs and wide receivers in addition to quarterback. The coach said he sees Riders going for the short gains more often this year "and I think we should have done that more last year." BALE WAGON ROPIO ADMISSION FREE NOTE Thole wishing to tompete pleoso phone wr J. Mclelltm 2121 Mtb Ave. S., lethbridge Phone 0968; or Fred Krakosh at Bridge Farm Centra Phone 328- 8041. SEE TOP FARM OPERATORS COMPETE FOR THE BALE WAGON CHAMPIONSHIP FRI., JULY 3rd At the Boulton Farm 2 Miles East of Experimental Farm on the Jail Road. Come and enjoy the whole show. Soft drinks, coffee and Hot Dogs available! 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