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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, Juno 26, 1970 .________ Alomar On Hitting Streak For Angeh By THE ASSOC1ATKU 1'KESS I day after the world champion It's better, says manager Leo New York Mcts wrapped up a five-game sweep over the Cubs with an triumph and took a Hi-game lead over Chicago in the East Division. Elsewhere, Pittsburgh Pirates rallied for three runs in the ninth ining and beat St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 and Philadelphia Durccher, for his Chicago Cubs to do a June swoon than a Sep- tember sag. which last year cost them the National League East Division pennant. "if we have to nin into a slump, I'd rather do it now than later Durochcr said Thurs- Phillics edged Montreal Expos 3-2 in 11 innings. The Los Ange- les Dodgers-Atlanta Braves game was rained out. You might say the Mets stole first place from the Cubs, swip- ing 10 bases in the five-game set. But Leo conceded the resurg- ence of the Mets, who did vir- tually the same thing to the Cubs last September, was due to more than base stealing, which already has produced a Met club record of 7-1 thefts. "Every time they swung the bat against us this week they got a said Durocher. "Not only did they get the breaks, the Cubs had six errors 1 LEAPING FOR A DOUBLE PLAY Boston Red Sox second-baseman Dick Schofield leaps over Chico Salmon of the Baltimore Orioles as he completed a double play in first inning of their game in Boston today. Play started when Frank Robinson hit to Rico Petroeelii at shortstop who flipped to Schofield. Basebi Expos and in with a triple and emerged with victories in the Big League doubleheader play- ed Thursday night. In the first game the Expos belted the Pirates 10-4 with Terry Pocza picking up the win with relief help from Ken Na- kama. Jim Mantle, who gave way to John Seaman, was the loser. Ken Nakama led the way for triple and Hamilton the winners with two singles. a triple and Greg single while Doug Nakan managed a triple. Mitch Haufe held New Daytt Giants hitless as the Cardina romped to a 22-2 win. Ri Cappuik was tlie loser. Mitch Myehasiuk stroked triple and two singles and Jol Christensen three singles f ihe winners. The win gave th Cardinals sole possession first place. In two important games For Summer Fun MAVERICK 589.ooPerMomh The First Car of The 70s at 69 Prices. COLLBGe 5TSEET I lit AVENUE, UTHIRIOGE, ALIIBU Win up to EXPORT CIGARETTE TOBACCO Norcrest Little League the Braves and Cardinals earned narrow onerun victories. Cardinals edged Expos 5-4 as Jim Rapuano, with relief help from Randy Ramage and Rene LeBlanc. John Wagontall took the loss but gave up just two hits. Dale Ptycia and Rick La- Place each had two hits in a losing cause. The Braves scored a 6-5, ex- training, victory ever tlie Pi- rates. Dave Koskoski bested Gordon Fender. Reno Trentini witched the first five innings or the Pirates. Earl Ingarfielt lad started for tlie Braves. Brent Hamilton belted three singles for the winners. Greg Cyeder punded out a pair ol triples and a double for the Pi- Ron Schwartz was the winnei .s the Rockets downed the Jets 0-3 in Lakeside Minor League iction. Gary Lohuis stroked a double nd a single for tlie victors 'hile Darryl Ferguson, Kevin !alloway and Darrin Visosky ach had a double. In Norcrest Minor League ae- on the Panthers edged the Jobcats 7-6 in a playoff tilt. Joey Gillet led his teammates y gaining the mound victory 'hile Ron Trone had to settle 'itli the loss. Edward Parker could have een the difference as he poked ut a home run for the win- ers. Monty Sanfprd belted a ouble in a losing cause. Playing in the semi-finals of le Norcrest Minor League the ears trounced the Wolves by a 5-1 score. Doug Voight won the mound onors. Carey Kamitomo belted a iple and two doubles to pace ic Bears in their win. The Comets squeezed by the thletics in a Senior Little eague game. Bryan Maxwell picked up the in while Don Mills suffered le defeat. Pitts GIMLI, Man. (CP) Ernie Pitts, one of tlis last holdovers From the Grey Cup years of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, has been put on the trading block. The announcement was made Thursday at the Western Foot- ball League club's training camp here. "We will try and work out a trade for him." said head coach Jim Spavital, "but if that doesn't work it will be up to him whether he plays for this club or not." Spavital said he had a talk with the defensive halfback and e a r ne d the 13-year veteran was not happy In Winnipeg. _ Kits, 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds, joined the Bombers under the Bud Grant regime in 1357 and distinguished himself as a split end earning many all-star se- ections. The 35 year old product of University of Denver later moved to a defensive halfback slot where he was equally ef- fective. and several defensive mcnta lapses in the series, but the look advantage of every oppoi tunity which presented itself. "There's no question we mis Handy II u n d 1 e y (injure but our hitting am pitching have been terrible when we needed either. There't only one guy delivering goods Jim Ilickman. Jt was Ilickman who ac counted for all three Cub runs as Jerry Kcosman rode a six run second inning to his third victory in seven decisions. Hick- man slammed a two-run liomei in the sixth after punching a run-scoring single in the fourth. In the big Met second, six hits, three errors and a double steal anchored Ken Holtzman with his fifth loss against eight The Mets pulled another double steal in the seventh, with Joe Foy swiping home. Joe DiMaggio's record is a long way off, but Sandy Alomar is closing in on the longest hit- ting streak in nine American League seasons. I'd like to hit in 57 straight games, but the main thing is vmr.ing." the California Angels second baseman said Thursday after stroking two hits and run- ning his string to 20 straight games as the Angels whipped Chicago White Sox 7-3. Alomar was referring to t former New York Yank gi'eat's SS-game hitting streak which hasn't been thre; ened since. However, Alomar only four games away from tl '2-t straight that Lennie Green Minnesota Twins hit in 1961. In other AL games, the Ya kees stopped Cleveland Indian 3-1, Baltimore Orioles bombe Boston Red Sox 13-8 in 14 nings, Detroit Tigers nippe Washington Senators 2-1, aukec B r e w e r s droppe 4-1. The 26-year-old Alomar lifte his 1970 average to .271 with h hits off White Sox left-hande Tommy John. 3 RUNS UNEARNED John gave up six runs in fiv innings but three were unearm due to three Chicago errors Jchn also tossed three wil pitches. Left-hander1 Clyde Wrigh picked up his 10th victory of th season for the Angels and drov in four nms with a pair- of sin gles and a double. Roy While drove in all thre New York runs with a tripl and double, helping Fritz Peter son pick up his 10th victory. ANDY CAPP IT AGAIN IT MAKES TfER SICK -TALKIN1 ABOUT CANCELLINX THE MATCH 'COS THERE'S A BIT OF WATER ON THE PITCH HEV, JUST-SAIIS ON RAblQ THAT THE MATCH IS PN-SER CAN GO WEATHER CATCH toast 13 Straight Wins Elulme, Gurney To Drive MONT TREMBLANT, Quo. I compact body is housed a Chev- CP) The bright orange cars rolet engine" turning out about Hinson Leads Cleveland Tournament He was instrumental in the Celio Honors Onofrychtilc. 'the annual Kcho Park Golf ub tournament, postponed one eck due to bad weather, was 1 in off recently and Nick Ono- j ychuk of Leihbridgc carted i ome top honors. i Oncfi-ychuk hosted Ken Blan-l of Vauxhall in the final of I le one-day event. In the horse race that fol- wed the winner was Karl IIIR of Second ice v.-cnt to Nap Milroy of Ihliridgc followed by Ed' Mi- I halik of .Leihbridgc. Jombers' Grey Cup victories in 958, 1969, 1961 and 1962. Mean while, Bombers have rimmed their training camp roster to 58 from the original 72 since opening camp Monday. CLEVELAND (AP) Larry Hinson churned out of a logjam with a five-under-par 65 Thurs day and took the first-rounc lead in the Cleveland Open golf tournament. Hinson, who has overcome the handicap of a withered left arm to become one of the most con- sisent money-winners on the pro tour, held a one-stroke lead ovi a group of five at 66 headed by Lee Trevino and Dave Hill. Also at. that figure were Tommy Aaron, Grier Jones and rookie Bill Bi'ask. Bob Menne, who lost a playoff to Trevino for the National Air- lines Open title, veteran Billy Maxwell and Dick Carmody had 67s. A big group followed at 68, including Frank Beard, Tom Weiskopf and Bob Charles. Many of the glamor names in the game are skipping this event to prepare for the British Open. They include Tony Jack- lin, the recently-crowned United States Open champion, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Billy Casper and Gary Player. George Knudson of Toronto was only six strokes off the pace with a 71 and Wayne Voll- mcr of Vancouver had a 75. the McLaren racing team oast a string of 13 consecutive anadian-American Challenge Cup series wins as they head into the second race of this year's series Sunday over (lie 2.65-mile road course of Cir- cuit. New Zealand's Denis Hulme and Californian Dan Gurney will pilot the two team cars as they by to build a two-race lead in the fight for the Can-Am championship which feaiurcs more than in prize money and awards over the 11- race haul. Gurney won the opening race at Mosport June 14, beating Britain's Jackie Oliver by less than 20 seconds after 200 miles of racing over the twisty circuit. Hulme pushed his McLaren to third place despite badly hurtled hands suffered during practice for the Indianapolis 500 in May. He finished about one minute behind Oliver's Autocoast. Despite the Mosport. victory and the McLaren domination of the Can-Am for the last three seasons, Hulme and Gurney 'ace some stiff competition in ho 75-lap Le Circuit race and :he other nine races remaining n tile series this year. TITANIUM CAR After his second-place finish at Mosport, Oliver, driving the Autocoast, ranks as, the leading contender. His car, built partly vith the light, space-age metal jtanium, was able to run close o the McLarens throughout the jpening race of the Can-Am ser- s. Another car expected to prov- de Hulme and Gurney with ome competition is the AVS hadow driven by George Foll- mer of California. 600 horsepower. Several Canadian drivers ap- near to have a good chance in Sunday's race. Roger McCaig of Regina, Gor- don Dewar of Ottawa and Rai- ner Bfezinka of Toronto finished fifth, sixth and 10th respectively in the Mosport race. All drive McLarens prepared by tlie fac- tory in England for sale to driv- ers not on the McLaren factory Cordts of Barric, Ont., team. John at the wheel of a McLaren, also ran strongly at Mosport before running into mechanical prob- lems. Perhaps the best-known Cana- dian in the Can-Am series is To- ronto's George Eaton, a mem- ber of the British BRM team. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES With a 24-inch-Mgh body, the hadow is much smaller than other Group 7 cars it com- etes against, but within its AMERICAN LEAGUE East ialttmore New York Delroif Boston Cleveland Washington Minnesota California Oakland Kansas Cify Chicago Milwaukee 23 Pet. .643 .609 .530 .485 .455 .435 .557 .364 .357 .33H TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Hunter 11-5 at Milwaukei Lockwood 0-4 N California May 4-4 at Kansas City Butler 2-6 N Minnesota Kaat 6-5 at Chicago Millet 2-3 N Cleveland Hand 2-6 at Detroit Niekr< 7-5 N Boston Peters 4-7 at New York Was lewskl 1-0 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Chicago..... 000 005 10 3 California 113 620 7 11 i John {5-11} Murphy Secrist (7 and Wright (10-5) .K Tat um (8) and Azcue. HRs: (4) Melton Minnesota 4 0 To Arrive Saturday OTTAWA (CP) Members of le Canadian Football League's 11-star team are due to arrive ere Saturday and start two-a- ay workouts Sunday for their ily 2 game against Ottawa ough Riders. Original plans were for the ars to arrive a full week he- re the game with the defend- g Grey Cup champs. But their aches wanted them around eir own home parks as long possible. Interest in the all-star contest, e first since a Vancouver me in 1959, is picking up. le CFL Players Association, lich is handling promotion id administration, reports at at least seats al- ady are sold. Hall Zei (a) and Miiterwald; (5-10) and Roof. Detroit Old 000 5. Washington 000 1 Cain Kilkenny Tim man (7) and Freehan; Bosman Jannar, (B) and Casanova. Cleveland ew York Dunning 000 100 1 103 000 3 Ellsworth [7) "TRAILS CITY" CORNER 3rd AVE., 3rd ST. S. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. PHONE 327-2805 Offers You FANTASTIC BUYS DURING THEIR BIG SUMMER SALE OF QUALITY BUILT CHALET FOLD-DOWN ALL METAL TRAILERS by DUAL CRAFT You're only Minutes Away From all the Comforts of Home Buy Now and Savt and Enjoy Vacation of a Ufctimel MOBILCRAFT TRAILERS NOW ALSO SALE PRICED! 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NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal San FrancJ: Houston San Diego 35 37 32 31 L Pel. 31 .5-1.1 32 .532 35 .514 34 .471 34 .15.1 .377 51 .700 30 .571 31 .537 37 .4S4 40 .437 44 .405 TODAY'S GAMES New York McAndrpws 5-4 at Mon- treal Renko 2--1 N Chicago Jenkins 8-8 at PittJburgh Phlladelohia Fryman 4-3 al SI. Louis '-ibson 9-3 N Cincinnati Mcrritt 11-6 af Houston Dierksr 8-8 N San Diego Kirby 3-8 at Los AngelK Osteen 9-7 N Atlanta Stone 6-2 at San Francisco erry 11-6 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 100 000 100 IB (20 000 ODD 3 1 0 Nye, Reed Raymond (3-5) (10) nd Batemsn; Jackson, Selman loerner (5-2) (11) and Compion. HRs: if. Lours TOO 010 5 I 'itisburgh CM too 3 S 1 Carlton (4-9) and Simmons; Veale, SuistI (3-0) and May. New York tiio ooo I IT l hicago 0SO 102 7 J Koosman (3-4) and Grotet Rodriguez Colborn Re- (9) and Hiatt. HR: Chi-Hick- man HAGUE LEADERS arty. 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