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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HEitAlD Saturday, Juris J7, 1970 B.C. Fam Hope Their Club Starts Whcr-e It Left Off VANCOUVER (CP) Jackie i inson, Gercla, Bill Lasscter, Parker converted British Col-1 Jerry Bradley and Dave Easley nnibia Lions in the Western picked off 311 opposition passes Football Conference from push- to equal a CFL record set in IN ACTION WEDNESDAY Olie Anders Auto Daredevils will be in action at the Lethbridge Exhibition grounds Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock. Anderson is seen above jumping an auto carrier and then crashing into a pile of wrecks. Anderson is joined by two men and a like number of gals as well as a clown. Basel In Lakeside Little League ac- tion the Tigers defeated the Angels by a 13-6 score. Larry Lennox paced the j Tigers on the mound gaining, tics up at the plate with three the victory. sir.gles followed by Cam Mac- Richie Baceda picked up the win while Curtis Klovansky was given the loss. Barry Sedgewick led Athle- Harvey Pccza suffered the loss. For the winners G. MeNab rapped out a double and two singles while R. r'i ;i- ped in with a double and single. M. Sheen was the big man at the plate for the losers belting a double and a single. The Norcrest Minor Lesime had a semi-final tilt where the Buffalos clobbered the Panth- ers 22-6. Dave Layton picked up the win while Joey Giellette look the less. In the hitting department Danny Anderson and Dave Lay- ton both poked out four safe- ties. The Buffalos will now ad- vance to the finals which will be played tonight against the Beavers. In a Senior Little League game tlie Athletics trimmed the Giants by a 8-6 score. Lennan who rapped a double and single. Brent Franz was the big hit- ter for the losers stroking out i three singles. Douglas Lc Blanc a I clu'pped in with a triple. David Koskoski pounded out four hits, including a triple, doubles and a single, the Braves trimmed the Cubs 10-6 in Norcrest Little League ac-'jon Friday. Kevin Hunt picked up the win while the loss was tagged en Thio DeGrcot. Dennis Ludwig chipped in with a triple and a single for the winners. Ken Burla man- aged a double and a single for the Cubs. Four Seals In Front TORONTO (CP) Four Oak- land Seals players took the lead Friday after the first round of the National Hockey League Players' Association annual golf tournament. Carol Vadnais, a nigged for- ward-defenceman with the Seals, and partner Ted Hamp- son, came out on top with a net best-ball total of 60 on the Board of Trade Country Club mn-se. Right behind were anothet pair of Seals team-mates, Harry Howcll and Bill Hicke, with a total of Cl. The three-day tournament, with a total of in prize money, was won last year by Bob Baun of Detroit Heel Wings and Lome (Gump) Worsley of Minnesota North Stars. The pair had a 68 total in the first round Friday. Jim McKenney and Mike Wal- ton of Toronto Maple Leafs tied with Pittsburgh Penguins Les Binkley and Ken Schinkelancl, Detroit's Gary Bergman and Frank Mahovlich with 62s. overs to lions at the end of the last season and fans here are hoping the magic carries into 1970. Parker took over Lions with five season games led in after Jim Champion was fired as head coach. Under Parker's guidance, the club won four of the five games and finished third for the last playoff spot in the WFC. How does the club look this year? About 70 players are in train- ing camp and it is difficult to assess such a mob. But Parker says his players appear in bet- ter shape than at the beginning of last season and that he won't make any wholesale cuts until after the first exhibition game against Edmonton Eskimos here July 6. The club has a number of quarterbacks, halfbacks, receiv- ers and linemen in training I camp. "We have to improve at Parker said in an interview, "but I'm not con- :erned whether it's with new people or with those we had last year." FACE COMPETITION Both 1969 quarterbacks, Pal Brothers and backup man Han Greiula are back, but they fac plenty of competition. Cairo Williams from Montreal A ouettes, B i 11 y -G u y Anderso from Los Angeles Rams an Vidal Carlin from Atlanta Fa cons of the National Footba: League. All are looking for jobs Best bets to stick are Broth ers, because he has Canadia 'ootball League experience and Carlin who throws with au thcrity. Parker also said the offensiv line must improve. Bob Howe is likely to retain his centre po sition with Ken Sugarman anlayed last evening. In the first game Nu-Mode homes were setback by the RCMP 4-3. Frank Popson gained the mound victory while Ron Wake- in suffered the loss. Phil Dodds led the winners at he plate with a double and a ingle and Clarence Belar chip- ped in two singles. For Nu-Mode Miles Maughan apped out two singles and Ron Valieiin belted a double. In lie second game the Con- tractors shutout the defending hampion Labor Club by a 9-0 core. Ron Zasadny picked up the n and Tom Yip had to settle vith the loss. Wayne Nesbitt did most of the amage at the plate against the labor Club stroking a double .nd a single. Don Dietzen aided le win by socking a double. For the Labor Club Georgo Vasclenak rapped out two sing- es. Action will resume Monday evening where Nu-Modo Homes will lace the Dallas Cowboys al 7 p.m. and the Lelhbridge Hotel will tangle with the Contractors at APPLIANCE CLOSE-OUT SALE! WE LIST TWO OF MANY BARGAINS ADMIRAL 16 PLACE SETTING PORTABLE DISHWASHER A cycle, inople ton. list 5349.93. 5EU-OUT TRICE ADMIRAL 13 CD. FT. COMPLETELY FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR list SEll-OUT PRICE S249 BERT {.MAC'S STEREO COLOR TV 315 7lh STREET S. PHONE 327-323! "oervjng South Alberto For Over 31 YcorV' and Frank Whibley of Toronto were the only other playe under par. Both had 139. Another five players, incliu ing three amateurs, wet grouped at 140. They were pr fessionals Ed Englehardt of Ca gary, and Stan Homenuik Dauplun, Man. and amateui Pete McGregor of Guelph, SI Hamilton of Brampton, Ont and Bill Sevan of St. Cathar ines. The field for today's third an final round on the course has been cut to the to 60 and ties. The cutoff point wa 147. A cold rain which startec about 2.30 p.m. Friday lastet throughout the day but mos [oilers did not seem to mind. "In fact, I think I played bel ter when the rain was drippinf off the rim of my sail "iVright, a 130-pound golfer whi las been playing dismally o .he North American profes sional circuit. Wright, who had a 66 in the :irsl round, said lie had madi nothing after eight tournaments in tlie United States but felt his ;ame was coming around. Three well-known Ontario am ateurs have a two-round score )f 141, one over par. They are defending champion Nick Wes ock of Brantfor'd, Gary Cowan of Kitchener, winner of the Open in 1968, and Jim Neale of Burlington. Two other amateurs at 142 are Gerry Kesselring of Kitch- ener and Dale TalJon of To- ronto. Both Kesselring and Tallon had miserable rounds Friday an 18-hole round of medal play. The flights will be based on handicap. In soccer, the Lethbridge Royals are in Medicine Hat to- night but will be at home to the University of Calgary Sun- day at the Civic Centre at three o'clock. Four twin bills will Ire run off in the Lethbridge Fecrea- tion Senior Baseball League. Lethbridge Miners are In Vulcan, Lelhbri'igc Cubs travel (o Taber, Brooks will journey to Pincher Creek wliile En- chant hosts Milk Biver. All doubleheaders are at two and five o'clock. At the Exhibition track the stackers will be in action. A highlight of this Sunday eve- ning's racing be the news media event which will feature Steve Bareham and Herb Johnson of The Lethbridse Herald. A full slate of B, C sad Sportsman class races will also be held. following scores of 68 and 69 re- spectively Thursday. Both ers had several three-putt greens. MILLARViLLE Races Sports Wed, July 1st Starling at 1 p.m. QUARTER HORSES THOROUGHBREDS Pari-mulual Belting NINE RACES With purses totalling ever OVER IN SPORTS PRIZES SPORTS EVENTS TOR THE WHQI.6 FAMilY Town of Blotkis 30-piece bond ADMISSION TO COURSE: 51.00 Children under (2 Barbecue p.m. DANCE in racetrack hall 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Admission Follow sicjns 1o Millnrville Raco Track north from Black Diamond cr '.outli from Calqnry Hiqhway 22. ELR1CH TIRE SPORT SCORES New York Chicago "ittsburgh .f. Louis I., 'hlladelphla Aontreal linclnnatl Los Angeles Pet. GBL .536 ,456 .356 .704 .577 Atlanta......36 32 .529 Houston Diego 30 ..JQO FRIDAY'S RESULTS "an Diego 000 OH 3 .Oi Angeles 111 001 4 Kirby (3-9) Herbel (i) Willis (7) _.._ Cannizzaro; Osteen 00-7) and Haller. HR: LA-Sudakis Atlanta ooi ooo ian Francisco 103 ooo 4 Reed (1-1) Kester (8) and Dldier; serry (12-6) and DIefz. HRs: Cing ooo 010 fl 4 it. Louis 301 100 7 18 Wise Lersch m, Wilson (7) ind Compton; Gibion (10-3) and Sim- nons. lew York 001 131 5 11 Montreal 311 300 S 9 McAndrew Folkers card- well TEyisr McG-sw {8) and 3role; Renko Reed Stone- nan Raymond (9) and Batsman. IRs: Singleton Sutherland Laboy incinnatl Ml ooo J y i louston MO HO 3 4 1 Simpson Granger (1) and ench; Dierker, Bouton (4-4) laddlng (9) and Edwards. HRs: Pepilona EAOUE LEADERS Cin lemente. Pah asfon, SD Ickmart, Chi rabarkewiti, oinn, Cin lenke, Hou lefi, SF aron. All Hi 244 33 72 .377 94 .341 63 .333 73 .329 77 .325 87 .330 71 .320 77 .314 274 ..204 LA 232 237 272 is: Perez, 26; Bench, Ci. nnati, 25. Runs Batted In: Perer, 76; Bench, Pitching: Simpson, Cincinnati, ]M, 17; Nash, Atlanta, .818. AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Baltimore 46 New York 42 Detroit ........36 Boston ........32 Cleveland .....30 Minnesota California Oakland West 41 Pet. .648 .609 .537 .485 .448 .429 24 .431 Kansas City Milwaukee 24 45 19 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 001 045 1J fl Washington 030 GOO 371 McNally (11-5) and Hendricks; Cole- lan Grzenda Shellenback Pina (9) and Casanova. HRs: F. Robinson (2) (1-0; (2) California 100004 11 I Kansas City 108 101 4 12 0 May, Kealey (1-0) Fisher (6) nd Azcue; Butler Burgmeier Wright Johnson (7) and Kirk- patrlck. Oliver Cleveland CM 4 ft Detroit..... 301 000 7 II 0 Hand Hennigan Lashar (8) and Fosse; Niekro (8-fi) and Free- hsn. HRs: (2) Minnesota ow 100 8 i Chicago !2! 010 4 a Kaaf Zepp Woodson (7) and Mitterwald; Miller Crtder M) and Josephson. HR: Oakland 000 201 000 100 1 7 1 Milwaukee COO 110 000 OflO 17 Hunter, Lindblad (8) Grant (3) Ro- and (11) Locker (11) Lachemann (13) )obson (15) and Duncan; Lockwood, Humphreys (t-f) (13) and Roof. HRs: LEAGUE LEADERS Robinson, Esi 223 Horton, Det ......257 ohnsori, Cat .....273 Oliva, Min .......256 Cle 219 'owed, Bal Killebrew, Min 220 nith. Bos......237 lou, Oak .......276 Home Runs: Howard, D; Powell, Killebrew, n. Runs Baited In: Horton, 61; Powell; Vhlte, 52. Pitching: McOanlel, New York, 7-2, 778; Peterson, New York, 10-3, .769. K H Pet. 56 93 .347 a 74 .33! 41 54 .327 35 89 .324 41 81 .316 n a .311 77 .310 42 .309 41 73 .308 41 85 .303 Washington, SPMIMGFIEUJ FIRST LINE 16.9x34-6 ply REAR TRACTOR TIRES Each lELRICH TIRE LTD. cOMflETI JIRf SALIS 407 (it An Miorw 377-iMSiS or 317-M4S ;