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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 _ THS UTHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, Join Orioles Lose Twice On Weekend Hv Till'" ASSWi.VrKD PRESS The Pittsburgh Pii'nics closed Ihe curtain oil Forbes Field Sin- day and it is rapidly dropping on'the Chicago Cubs as well. The Pirates celebrated the final (lav of baseball in Iheir I which Chicago has lost in eight Ss 6 -Year history by sweep- i days and Ihe sagging Cubs turn- n C'licmo 32 and 4-1 lagqi. R bled into third place in the Na- te Cubs with a0-game losing llonal League's East Division streak. It was the third doublcheader League's V 2 games behind New York. Elsewhere in the National League Sunday. Montreal Expos tripped [irsl-place New York Mets 3-2 and St. Louis Cardinals split a doubleheader with Phila- delphia Phillies, winning 5-4 and Losing 8-3 in 10 ji'rancisco Giants took two from Atlanta Braves 6-4 in 10 innings and Los Angeles Dodgers blanked San Diego Padres 2-0 and Cincinnati Reds nipped Junior Tourney Friday ome, Barker Top Events By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer If you were to ask Barb Home how her golf game has lately, she would quickly tell you "not as as it should be." Miss Home, who last vear enjoyed great deal of success on the golf Units climaxed by her selection as athlete of the year in Lethbridge. put it all ogether On the weekend and her second straight city omen's championshin. Meanwhile at Henderson ake, Dean Barker, who 2 doesn't play in as many lurnamcnts as he would like o was fed hot at. the Lake Layout Sunday and won the tab handicap champsionslnp. Miss Home, who turned 19 UiL? year and won't be able to her Alberta junior golf itle, made it clear she is grooming herself for the Al- >erta amateur. Saturday afternoon M i s s Home toufed Henderson Lake n 91 blows and held a slim one. stroke margin over IClsie IcGrath. It was McGrath that rimmed Home in the Country ;iub Invitational this past ,-eek Hot en the hscls of the wo leaders was Bernice Met- calfe at 93 and Marg Metcalle at 94. Miss Home had tilings her own way at her .home Country Club course as she had rounds of 41 and 47 for an 88 giving icr a two-day total of 179 and stroke victory over BARB HOKNE in ci including Doug Brown. Earn Kimery, Jim Freel and Boh Babki, and the over all winner will advance to the final. Tliis Friday at the two local courses the Southern Albeita junior golf championships will be run off. A 36-hole event open to any boy south of Cal gary the winner will advance all expenses paid, to the Albei ta final in Edmonton. and Bernice Met- i seven McGrath calfe. McGrath and Metcalfe were deadlocked at ISO but an extra triumph gave McGrath sole possession of Hie ilumer- up spot. Katie Wilson won the first flight over Ena Rossitcr and lean Peake while the second flight honors went to Norma Douglas. Second in the second flight was Vickey Davies fol- lowed by Millie Snowden. Marg Green won the third flight ove Marion Mokosch and Gail TJmeris. In winning the Henderson handicap honors Harker fir'ec a one-over par 72 and with four handicap_ was credited with a 68 which gave him one-stroke victory over a trio of Lake shotmakers. In at 69 were Lloyd Kane wischer, John Pistawka and Ken B o u 1 1 o n. Kanewischer fired a 75 with a six handicap Pistawka's handicap helped him take 10 strokes off his game while Boulton dropped 12 from an 81 round. Joe Kenwood, Bemie Car rier, Joe Gechel and Ron Becker were all in at 70. Ken- with a four handicap shot a 74 while Carrier had a 76 with a six handicap. Geche" shaved 12 strokes off his fount of 82 and Becker dropped 15 off his 75. Dean Harker, Jos Kenwood Lloyd Kanewischer and Bernii Carrier will now compete for berth in the Herald District gob" tournament, The Hender son Lake foursome will meet i quartet from the Country Club Fiiiley Will Add Color To The Game NEW YORK (AP) Pastel icks 'and1 a conpla of seals lei ascots could, come to the M ES! Hockey League if Charles Finiey is given the green ght by the loop's Board t overncrs to purchase the fin icially-troubled Oakland Bids by Fintey, flamboyant vncr cf bassM's Ook'uid Uilctics, an-i refer derby c-n- cprcireur Jerry Seltzer were to o'reviewed by the NHL jrs today. Fraley's offer is seicl to be ;cut S4-1 niilltcn zrd .3 million. Beth have been fined f iMncIaily sound bj cu civcr Court Judge Robert W VE to 30% On Select Used Cars 5044A 1965 DODGE '.i TON 6 cylinder Was ill" less 30% 353 NOW ONLY SS22 4152B 1964 DODGE 6 cylinder standard 4-Door less 30% 233 MOW ONLY S542 2232A 1965 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 6 cyl., auto., 2-Donr Was Less 30% 433 NOW ONIY FIWNR L iLiiiaoaeS'iyfci' U369 1966 PLYMOUTH FURY I 6 cyl., ilandard, 4-Door Was Less 30% 353 NOW ONLY U400 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY I V-8, 4-Door, automatic Was Loss 30% NOW ONLY 653 5200A 1967 ACADIAN V.8, automatic, 4-Door Was less NOW ONLY sissa USED CAR DISPLAYS Cor. 20th St. and 3rd Avo. S. Cor. lOlli Si. and 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 327-1591 Sdmacke earlier this month iind Trans-National Comnnjni- aticns, the team's New York- ?f_ed owner, in default cf cer- a'n loans made in connection its purchase of the club a ear ago. This cleared the way for a group headed by Barry Van lerbig, original owners of the eals, to reelaim the club from TNC and sell it to Finley. Bui rrans-Naticoal blocked that ale with a restraining order is ued1 in connection with bank- rptcy proceedings involving he company. TNC wants to sep Uie club else sell U> Selt- er. The Board cf Governors musl trarove ainy purchaser of an STHL franchise ro today's meet- t? probably will decide the isue. ANDY CAPP Royals Trimnph Twice Lethbridge Royals chalked up two more victories in soc- cer action over the weekend. Saturday, the locals travelled o Medicine Hat for a _ semi- inal encounter for ths right to advance to the final of the A.F.A. Cup and came away on lie right side of an 84 count. John Slropnik and Dennis Balais paced the Royals with wo goals each. Singletons went :o Envin Adderley, Angelo Vlauro, Alvin Teitz and Alec 3udas. Sunday afternoon at.the Civic Centre the Royals made it three straight over Calgary opposition in the Inter-City Lea- gue as they edged University of 3atgary 2-1. Stropnik and Peter Durrans accounted for the Royals' markers. Royals will now meet tha winner of a Taber United-Med- icine Hat Cantalini contest in the southern zone final of tile A.F.A. Cup. The game will be played at the Civic Centre Wednesday at six o'clock. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FUllER 328-2515 innings. San lloitston Astros 3-2. The Cubs and Pirates were tied at 2-2 in the eighth inning of thnir opener when Roberto C le m c n t c doubled. Reliever I Larry hit Al Oliver and i ihcn Phil Regan came on. In be- i (ween umpire examinations ot IJio baseball. Regan's cap and glove for possible foreign subst- ances, Gene Alley and Jerry May both walked, forcing in Pittsburgh's winning run. In the second game, the score was tied 1-1 in the fifth when Bob Robertson singled and stole second. Bill Mazeroski was in- tentionally walked and then Jim Hickman dropped a throw on pitcher Jim Nelson's bouncer loading the bases. Matty Abu followed with a two-run single. The sweep was a happy sen doff Tor the old stadium ant moved the streaking Pirates to tiieir seventh straight victory nd a virtual tie for the ML ast Lead. Pittsburgh trails Uie els by two percentage points nd starts a three-game series New York tonight. The Mets felt victim to some thunder in Montreal tt'i Rusty Slaub hammering a vo-run eighth inning homer tat brought the Expos from be- .id. Reliever Eddie Watt tried in ie late innings Saturday night nd again Sunday to protect im Baltimore Orioles leads nd both times the Orioles lost i Washington Senators. Sunday's score was 4-3 as inc'i hitter Kick Reichardt, eked a two-run homer in the oticin cf the inning. Saturday night, Watt came on i the eighth inning with the ises loaded and one out and Baltimore in front, by a similar score. The first batter to ice him, pinch hitter Wayn lomer, promptly doubled home lie tying and go-ahead runs in lie Senators' 5-3 triumph. The Orioles' leading the imerican League East Division Topped to gsmes when the New York Yankees trouncec Boston Red Sox 8-2 after losing he opaner of their doubleheade 3. Elsewhere, Detroit Tiger downed Cleveland Indians 5- ifter losing 8-2. Minnesota Twins whipped the Chicagi Vhite c.'jx 9-1 but dropped ai .1-10 nightcap slugfest. California Angels nipped Kan sas City Royals 2-1 in their firs game but the Royals won 13-1 in he second. Oakland Athletic ook a pair from Milwauke Brewers by identical 4-1 scores SCORES THREE Carl Yastraemski's three-run icmer off Mel Stottlemyre am" George Scott's solo shot helpei the Red Sox withstand lat [irst game homers by Nei York's Bobby Murcer, Thiirma Munson and Ron Woods. But reserve catcher Jak jibbs walloped a Ihree-ru liomer and Roy While connecte with a man on as the Yankee won the nightcap behind Sta Bahnscn. Tom Satriano ho mered for Boston. McDowell won his lit game with a five-hitter an Jack Heidemann rapped 01 five straight singles in the Ind ans' opening-game win over D: troit. Rookie Roy Foste .slammed his ninth homer. Mik Kilkenny of the Tigers stoppe the Tribe on six hits in th nightcap, with the winners see DEAN HAHKEB champim y Wins Ninth DUBLIN (CP) Nijinsky the Canadian-bred wonder co of European racing, stretche his winning streak to nine Sa urday by coming from behind t capture the Irish Derby, o which a major Irish sweepstak is based. American millionaire Charle Engelhard, owner of Nijinskj was at the Curragh track to se the victory of the powerful threc-yearild colt that came from "E. P. Taylofs Toronto racing establishment. 'It was fr> easy." said jockey TUCCJC MARVB'I'ER'VE 50TT' BE KlbblN1 I CAN'T EKCITIN1 tCOKME B. SATURCAV.THE 181V, OF SEPTEMBER, 1946 ELR1CH TIRE ing all five runs in the sixth ii ing against four Cleveland liur Icrs. Liani Ward. my grand- mother could have won on this great horse." However victory didn't, lock that easy. With less than a quarter-mile left in the IH-mile race. Nijinsky appeared to be out of it, boxed on the rails in the 13-horse field. But Ward pulled him clear, overtook the field in a few strides and fin- ished three lengths ahead of Meadowvale, Foster Retains Fight Title BALTIMORE (API tigr heavyweight champion Bob Fo ter chased an elusive Mai Tessman for JO rounds SatarcU night before knocking him o with a two-punch combination defending his 175-pound title f the fourth lime. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JUNE 29 P.M. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs. CARLOS BELAFONTE (Dave Ruhl to Ombudsman at KROFFAT and URSUS vs. SWEETAN and HAYES CHRISTY BROS. vs. MARCONI and CANNON SWEET DADDY S1KI vs JACK BENCE PLUS ONE MORE MATCH Admission 51.50. Box Office open p.m. Walch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Sninrt'tiv afternoon and Monday Nighl on CJIH-TV Channel 7. the 13t.li consecuti knockout for the 31-year-o It was champion from Silver Spvin Md., who has won 20 bouts in row since losing to heavyweig Zora Folley in 1965. Foster weighed a Tessman 170. DMONTQN (CP) ReM results urday si Northlands Park: claiming, 4-year-olds and up, (Shields) 21.90 7.SO 5.30, irnnt (SladnyK) 3.60 2.70, Dear Deer 3.40. 7-5. Mercenary Brook, Black, Cin- 5 Magis, Quarry Point, Mister Im- per also ran. claii 9 Second ling, 3-year-olds, Dandy (Oilllngslcy) ?5 m 20 570, Jumpinq Giant (W, Coombs! 30 ll.GO, Entertaining (Barroby) 3. "ime- 1-5- Bum Money, Ripple Rajah, Fastas- nbe, Dcncrco, Sure Speed a.so ran. 11LY DOUBLE: S193.50 Ttlird 1 fCO claimino, ,1-year-clds, ll'a Old Army (Barroby) 5..IO 3.90 2.90, omen Wine (Lawson) 7.10 4.50, Joey's (Hedge) 4.00. Of Glen, Lord Grnnd arm, Stunt- Flag, Electro Lex, Bern- le, War Chest also ran. American Leagus East Pet. COL .630 .597 .519 .493 .457 .444 .432 .533 .55! .371 .365 .347 ciai Fourth ning, 4-yeor-olds and up. aibier City (Hedge) 12.30 S.VO 4.50, jnny's Buddy (S. Culhberison) 5.90 Jim Keete (Rasmussen) 5.10. nme: 1-5. Home Jones, Scuba Do, Sickle Toes, nnamon Jim, Jimmy A Go Go also Baltimore New York Boslcn Washington Minnesota California Oakland Cily Chicaco Milwaukee TODAY'S GAMES California Wrlghl 10-5 at Milwaukee PaKa'ns34s'city Drago 4-4 at Mlnnesolj Cuellar 6-4 at Washinglon Cox 3-4 N Only qamss scheduled SUNDAY'S RESULTS OM New York 800 003 3 B 1 Brett and Moses: Stoltlemyre (8-6) Cumberland (8) and Munson. HRs: Bos-Yostrzomski (17) Scott m: NY-Munson (1) Murcer (IJ) Woods (5) 000 eoo Sew York 010 380 20x- t 8 1 Gulp (7-7) Wagner (71 md Mew York t., Pittsburgh 7V3 1 chicaoo 0 j St. Louis Nalionsl League East W L 33 33 3.1 35 35 35 Pet. .535 .533 .500 Montreal Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco Houston San Diego ,..23 West 5? .390 t Mon- i 5-8 at New York irianoi Bahnsen (6-5) and Gibbs. Fiflh claiming, 4-year-olds and up Hewinsum (Rasmussen) 5.40 3.60 60, PrczamI (Barroby) 5.40 4.00, enor Tlgre (Turetsky) 2.90. Time: 1-5. Shy Pirate, My Rose Ann, Grin Haydn's Secret, Another Hood so ran. Sixth claiming, 4 year-olds and up, (Hunt) 4.70 3.60 2.80, ool Copy (Parsons) 4.70 3.50, Rosie s (K. Whittle) 3.70. Major Mack, Hermine's King, El alcon, El Cresso also ran. sevenlh added, 4-year-olds and up, Iva ''pSee Le Bleu (Stadnyk) 23.60 10.10 10 Pebble Hill (P.asmussen) 4.00 3.90, A'yn TJ'Amour (Turelsky) 4.00. nfd Fall Session. Great ,a'ie. Pandora's Box, Dead Run also Eighlh added, l-year-olds and up, IVs Quill (Hedge) 4.20 3.JO 2.60, All- rust (Morris) 6.30 3.90, Sioux cadet Barroby) 3.30. DaT Secret. Hop! Joe, There and Back, also ran. Ninth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, Wattnaui (W. Coombs) 20.70 10.80 ilO Tiger Tulf (Kipling) 8.70 5.60, lasper Park (Stadnyk) 4.60. Time: Shock Troop, Hadason, Lucy Stu, Joble Cone, Royal Swiv also ran. QUINELLA: 9 1 Mario Auclrelli Defeats Uiisers CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (AP) Mario Andretti overcame heat and the Unser brothers Sunday to win the Rocky Moun- tain 150-mile automobile race at Continental Divide Raceways. Andretti, starting in the out- side pole position, passed top qualifier Al Unser at the start of ths 17tb lap and never relin- quished the lead to post, his first victory-in the U.S. Auto Club championship series. Andretti, of Nazareth, Pa., drove an SIP special rear-en- gine Ford to victory. Second place went to another rear-engine Ford, an Olsonite Eagle, driven by David "Swede" Savage of Santa Ana, Calif. HRs: (1) n'hite MinnJsola on 210 021-; H Chicaco .ODD ooo i Mali (3-2) tepp (7) and P.atliffr len (6.9) Maanuson (6) Miller (8) and Josephscn. HR': 00) Killecrew (2) Minnesota 120-10 2 Clilcaoo 620 021 13 1 Bcs'vell, Wccdson (0-1) (1) Barber (1) Kaat (5) Perranoski (7) Hall (8) and Mitterwald; Moore. Murphy (1-0) (3) Wood (7) and Herrmann. HRs; Oliva Chi (6) Murpll' 0) Aparicio (3) Mcilcn Oakltnd .....002 201 I Milwaukee .out 100 000-1 7 Sequi (3-4) Grant (B) and Duncan; bolln (1-6) Gelnar (5) Baldwin (P and Roof. HRs: (91 Duncan SECOND Oakland 008 I Milwaukee MS 000 I Dobscn (7-S) and Fernandez; Da.... Ing (3-4) Sanders (1) Baldwin (9) and MeNertney. cSnia 100 Old OI8-- 2 I Kansas City 100 000 I 6 Murphy (3-6) K. Tatum (8) and Al ;ue; Rocker (4.6) Wrlghl (71 Monte aoudo (9) and Kirkpalrick. HRS4 Call Kan-Otis CalHorirta "0 100 000- 1 10 i Kansas Cily 100 023 16X-13 18 Queen. Garrelt [2-21 (4) Kealey (6 Doyle (7) and Eoan; Fitrmorris (4.2 Wrioht (7) and Kirkpalrlck, Campam: Cl'naund 221 010 020-1 l( Detroit 100010 (00- 5 McDowell 111-4) and Fosse; Wilsol (4-5) Hiiler (2) Robertson (7) Palter son (8) and Frsehan. HRs: ler Cleveland MO 1M 1 Detroit 000 MS Hi- 5 I Paul (0-4) Lasher (6) Ellsworth (4 Chance (6) Hlggins (B) and Fosse TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia G. Jackson 1-5 (real Nye 1-0 N Pittsburgh Bias: Chicago Holtzman 8-5 al St. Loull Carlton 4-9 N Houston- Billlngham 5-1 at Los An- geles Singer 3-4 N Only games scheduled. UKDAY'S RESULTS 010 Oil 200 0-4 an Francisco (10 200 110 2-6. 9 I Nash, Priddy (2-3) (8) and King) larichal. Johnson (7) Davlson (8) IcMahon (4-1) (9) and Dietz. HRs: tl-King 5. Fran-McCovey (21) allagher ECOND tlanta 010 110 399 an Francisco 002 020 480 Niekro (6-10) Galewocd (8) and idi-r, Tillman Robertson (4-4) eterger (7) McMahon (8) and Stepn- nson. HR: Atl-Cepeda 002000 210- It 1 Louis 200 101 5 11 2 Bunning, Selma (7) (2-5) and Come- on Edv-ards Torrez (6-7) and crre HRs: SL-Torre ECOND OBO OH 100 S- B 12 1 t Louis 000 200 001 3 6 2 Short, Hoerner (B) Selma (3-5) (8) nd Fryman (9) and Edwards, Comp- on Taylor, Campisl (8) McCool 0.3) (10) Linzy (10) Hrabosky (10) Hnrtcnsteln (10) and Torre HR: Phila -Stone (2-5) "B Etchebarren; Brunei, Grrenda Pina (B) (9) Hannan (3-2 (11) end Casanoya. HR: Wash-Re chardt SATURDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 3 Detroit 0 Washington 5 Baltimore 3 Boston 4 New York 0 Minnesota 9 Chicago 1 Kansas city 2 California 0 Milwaukee 3 Oakland 1 'hicago 101 000 5 1 iltsurg llx- 3 7 0 Hands (9-7) Gura (8) Regan (8) and Hiatt; Moose, Giusti (6) (4-0) Walker 9) and SanguiHen. rhicsgo 100 000 1 7 1 'Ittshurgh 100 (21 00 1 5 0 Pappas (2-3) and Martin; Nelson (3-0) and May. HR: Pitts-Oliver _ Diego 000 000 fi 7 1 Los Angeles 200 WO 2 4 1 Roberts (5-5) Willis (7) and Cannli- 20, Slocum Foster (S-7) Brewer (E) and iorborg. Cincinnati Houston wilsc Rose WO 000 001- S 3 fl 100100 t fl an, Carroll (5-1) (B) and Bench; n (2-3) and Edwards. HRs: (B) Tolan (9) Pere: 1 New York 100 000 3 II Montreal 010 BOI Sadeckl (5-2) and Grote; Morton (B.-5) and Bateman. HRs: Mar- MII-Bateman shall SATURDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh 2 Chicago 1 St. Louis 9 Philadelphia S San Francisco 3 Atlanta 0 New York B Montreal 3 Cincinnati 5 Houston 2 Los Angeles 7 San Diego J BASEBALL SCORES SATURDAY International Leagui Loutsvllls 3 Tidewater I Syracuse 5 Toledo 3 Richmond 2 Cotumbw 1 only games scheduled Pacific Coast Leagut Phoenix 5-5 Spokane 1-4 Tacoma 2 Tucson 0 Portland 10 Salt Lake 9 Hawaii at Eygeni ppd, rain. Slfliib VACATION MOTORISTS Don't Slarl Your Vacation Trip Without A RADIATOR FLUSH CAR NEED A TUNE-UP? Sove yourself unncossary roadside slops dus to over- heated engine we eon perform this work for you expertly ond efficiently with our modern equip- mentl El Rancb Avc.r M.M. Ernie Rosvold our licensed mechanic is Ihe Bcsl Tune- Up Spccialisl in Southern Alberta. AI! work Guaran- teed! Phone 327-5406 FIRST 16.9x34-6 ply REAR TRACTOR TIRES Each ELRICH TIRE LTD 111 Av. South Phone or 337-U45 ;