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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Jun> 30, 1970 Mets Win Opener Of Series With Pirates tm sin In THE ASSOCIATED PHKSS behind in a final at bat to win age. Sunday, Rick Reichardt ri- Leaguc game a two-run homer to turn the game around in the )2lh. And, Monday night, it was a three-run homer by Aurelio that wiped out a Bal- timore lead. Elsewhere in the league Mon- day night, Minnesota Twins tripped Kansas City Royals IMPROMPTU PRESENTATION American Uag President Joe Cronin, left, presented Rod Carew of t Minnesota Twins with a silver bat in recognition For w ning 1969 batting title. Carew is recovering from surgery to remove a detached cartilage and to repair torn liga- ments in his righl knee. New Head Coach Confident GIMLI, Man. (CP) Coach Jim Spavital says his Winnipeg Blue Bombers are "going to surprise some people this year." Making the Western Football Conference playoffs would be a surprise after last year, when the Bombers won only three and tied one of 16 games. Spavital, who left his assistant coaching job with Saskatchewan Roughriders and succeeded tired Joe Zaleski as Bomber head coach, said in an inter- view. "I'm not gonna give you ex- actly what position we're gonna be in, but I will say we'll be in the playoffs." That sounds like all other coaches but if tough training camps make good football teams, watch out for the Bomb- ers. Veteran players and observ- ers say this is the best camp they've attended. After less than a week, 16 players have left voluntarily. The going was too rough. Spavital's philosophy is that players "have to want to win and will pay the price to win." The price is three workouts a day and plenty of contact which guarantees that those who stick will be in top condition. Spavital moved from a secure position in Saskatchewan to a last-place club and an uncertain future. The average tenure of a coach is brief, unless he produces winners. "The challenge attracted me." said Spavital. "Also I saw a club with a good nucleus and thought I'd see what I could do with it. "Last year Joe Zaleski brought in some good men and I think he did as good a job as anyone could have under the circumstances. "A lot of veterans had quit and he was rebuilding. I wanted to see if 1 could build a winner. I think I can." His first job is lo strengthen the linebacking and defensive back spots. The club allowed 359 points last year, the second worst record in Canada behind Montreal's 305 points. All-star Phil Minnick will hold down the middle linebacker po- Shoiv Goes Wednesday Auto Daredevils Here Olie Anderson of Salt Lake City, Utah, and his band of heu-bent-for-leather d r i v e rs can get away with almost any traffic offence. You name it and you can bet Anderson and his troupe will do it and not be reprimanded. Anderson is the owner of the Olie Anderson Auto Daredevil's and they will pay Lethbridge a visit Wednesday afternoon at the Exhibition Grounds com- mencing at one o'clock. Included in the show, which is a two-hour, action-filled per- formance, will be four Mus- tangs and two Mavericks along with a motorcycle. Handling these cars will be WHATS GOT INTO HONDA 100's? This year, two preal new 1 00-cc Honda motorcycles ore seling so fast we honestly have trouble keeping them in Mock! Powered by high-revving overhead cam single cylinder 4-ttroke enaines. they actually perform like I ?5-cc while retaining the simplicity and easy hardline} of smaller CB-IOQ Sopor SporK: Iskscooic 'orl rm-J swinging firm susocnsion absorb and givr> superb comfort and con- trolled handlrnq. Eosy highway riding to 72 Sl-100 Molosport: Extra jlronrj double cradle tubular big cjrcUnd clearance, bare ciamner .snrinqs, ond mnny olhor frnfurei for rugqed off-tht-road or highway driving. See end test drive a Honda 100 todayl LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1507 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Distributed by: Clarke Simpkins Honda tld., Vancouver Anderson and two other fellows as well as two gals and a clown. Mechanical mayhem c o n 1 d very well describe the Ander- son show. From the T-Bone smash, which is easier to I watch than describe, to the feat of jumping, in a late- model car, an auto carrier placed length-wise and ending up in a pile of heaps. Auto daredevils literally place their lives on the line each time out. Anderson and his show will do just that Wednesday. The show will also be staged I Wednesday evening in Card- ston at ssven o'clock. Raymond. Event Goes Wednesday Rain or shine the annual Raymond Stampede and Race Meet is slated for Wednesday. The one-day event gets under' way at 10 a.m. with a parade j and is followed by a full aitcr- noon of entertainment. Rodeo action commences at and will share Ihe spot- 1 i g h t with the thoroughbred i horse races. I Reg Kesler will supply the stock and will again be arena director. siticn and there arc five others fighting for the two remaining spots. Rob McLaren and Ed Breed- ing are back with Slrerwin Jarmo of Nebraska, Mike Doyle of Kansas and Laverie Pratt from Ottawa and Calgary trying to break in. When talking about lineback- ers, Spavital smiles and says "I know we'll be improved there. "These guys will be as good as anyore in the league." One hole to plug in the defen- sive backfield was created when 13-year Bomber veteran Ernie Pitts was released. Bombers intercepted only 21 passes last the worst in the Spavital is looking for some new ball hawks. On the line, Bill Whistler will be back at defensive end while Joe Critchlow will probably re- turn at left tackle. The other po- sitions are open, mainly be- cause of the number of top com- petitors in camp, including Ted Collins, former star with Ot- 'tawa. The main goals on defence, says Spavital, are to limit the opposition to 17 points a game and intercept more passes. "We think we have to work on the little things. Being able to read the other team's off- ence, be able to pursue, go for the ball when it's thrown and have a good pass rush." Offensively, Wally Gabler will be No. 1 quarterback although he'll have to cut down his inter- ceptions. In one scrimmage at camp he threw the ball while being rushed and it was intercepted. Spavital said the coaching staff is impressong on Gabler that he "must never put the ball up in the air for grabs, just to go stead and try to find a receiver close to the sidelines and throw it out of bounds." Bob Houmard and Amos Van Pelt look like they've sewed up running back positions with Darwin Gonnerman and Larry Gosney as reserves. However, a latecomer lo camp. Curly Wa- ters of West Texas State, im- pressed coaches with liis speed and balance. All-star Ken Nielsen will be a i wide receiver and John Senst of Simon Fraser University looks Spavital says he needs 21 points a game from his' offence. Orioles nnci California Angels battered Milwaukee Brewers 10-3. The Orioles' American League East lead was trimmed to two games over idle New York as they lost their fifth game in the last seven starts. Frank Howard had an early two-run homer for the Senators but Baltimore battled back to tic the score in the fourth. Then the Birds went ahead in (ho .seventh on singles by Brooks Robinson ar.d Ellie Hcndricks and a sacrifice fly by Mark Belanger. Washington's Ed Brinkman opened the eighth with a single arid Howard walked with one out. Reichardt, Sunday's hsro, bounced out but Rodriguez fol- lowed with Ms 12th homer of the year to win the game. Meanwhile Donn Clendenon thinks tile Pittsburgh Pirates are the team to beat in the National League and it seems he's determined to do it all by himself. Cleiidenon drove in the win- ning run with a pinch hit sacri- fice fly Monday Right as the New York Mets rallied in the ninth inning to nip the Pirates 3-2 in a first place showdown between East Division contend- ers. It was the Mets' second vic- tory in five meetings with Pitts- burgh this season. And ex-Pir- zle Clendenon has provided the margin each time in the pinch. The part-time first baseman, hero of the Mets' World Series triumph' over Baltimore last Oc- tober, shook up liis teammates and Manager Gil Hodges on the eve of the season opener at Pittsburgh by picking the Pir- ates to take the pennant. The next day his two-run pinch sin- gle in the llth gave New York a 5-3 victory. WAS BIG HIT His sacrifice fly in the ninth Monday night capped a two-run comeback, nailed down Tom Server's 12lh victory of the sea- son, snapped the Pirates' win- ning streak'at seven and gave the Mets a one-game edge in the division race. Pinch hitters also supplied the punch as the St. Louis Cardinals struck for four runs in the eighth to down Chicago Cubs 8-6 and move past the skidding Cubs into third place in the East, 3Vz games off the pace. Vic Davalillo and Jose Cardenal came off the Cards' bench to deliver two runs apiece in the eighth. Houston Astros wlu'pped Los Angeles Dodgers 10-5 in the only other league action. Philadel- phia Phillies scheduled game at Montreal against the Expos was rained out. The Mete trailed 2-1 when rookie Ken Singleton singled to open the bottom of the ninth. He took third on Art Shamsky's sin- gle and scored the tying run when Dave Marshall bounced a single through the Pirates' drawn-in infield. Joe Gibbon replaced Pitts- burgh starter Steve Blass and hit Ken Boswell with his first pitch, filling the bases with none out. Orlando Pena came out of the bullpen and got pinch hitter Cleon Jones to tap into a force at the plate. But Clendenon, swinging for Jerry Crete, sent Marshall across with a fly to deep right, breaking the knot. VACATION MOTORISTS Oou'l Start Your Vacation Trip Without A RADIATOR FLUSH Save voursolf unncessary rocirlshie stops due to over- hoatcel enaino we can perform this work for you expertly and efficiently with our modern equip- ment! CAR NEED A TUNE-UP? Ernis Rosvold our licensed mechanic is the. Best Up Specialist in Southern Alberta. All work Guaran- cdl E! Rancho [rexAcw Service Avc., M.M. Phone 327-5406 Room Is Made For Wegener MONTREAL (CP) real Expos of baseball's Na- tional League Monday assigned lefthander John O'Dcnoghue to Winnipeg Whips, their Class AAA farm team in the Interna- tional League, to make room on iheir roster for Mike Wegener, who has just completed a 10-day Lour of military duty. O'Donoghue, purchased from Milwaukee Brewers of the American League June 14, ap- peared in two games for the Expos and had a 6.00 earned run average. He pitched tliree innings and gave Up two runs, both earned. Wegener, 0-1, started against Atlanta Braves June 17, before leaving for his stint in the army the same night. Me has started four games for the Montreal club this year and has an ERA of 4.21. ANDY CAP? I'VE GOT THE VERY THING- FORVOU'ERE.MRXAPP. TAILOR-AVXDE FOR A LAb Wl> SOUR PERSONALITY -A CHANCET'TOWEi. AN1 MEET PEOPLEr _ _J I -i j CHEEKY DEVIL prj I BUS CONDUCTOR Will Face Yankee? cLain Back Wednesday DETROIT (AP) Denny McLain can't possibly be a loser in Ms season's debut Wednesday night. He may lose UK game against New York Yankees at Tiger Stadium, but lie will have the built-in excuse that he needs a couple weeks lo get in the groove following a three-month suspension for association with' pei-sons said to be involved in bookmaking operations. But, it is the two weeks begin- ning Tuesday night that the Ti- gers will need Mm in the groove most, because if Detroit falters during tiiat span any designs of gaining the East Division title of the American League are vir- tually w.asted. Detroit lies in third place, games behind first-place Balti- more Orioles, and five behind the Yankees, the Tigers' oppo- nents in a three-game series be- ginning tonight. SUPENDED APRIL 1 McLain joins the team Wednesday for the first time since Commissioner Bowie Kahn suspended Mm April 1. He is scheduled to go right to work, pitching against New York's Gary Waselewski. If he loses, or lasts j'ust a cou- ple innines, the expected crowd of between and is likely to respond with comments like: "You can't expect him to come right in and pitch a great or "give Mm a little more time and he'll be just what the Tigers need to get them on the right track." But the Tigers must get on the right track now after the Yankee series they journey to Baltimore for a three-game ser- ies. Johnson Captures Low Net Frank Johnson, shooting some steady golf for Batons captured the low net score with a 29 at the Country Club yesterday. Low gross honors was won by Doug Brown playing for Lily- dale with a 41. CHEC was the best team in the low team net category with a total of 142. There was one eight point sweep where Eatons tcok all the points over the Atlas team. COUNTRY CLUB B and R Men's wear.......... 81 Dorlgeltis.................... 71 Packers 67 3enys....................... 67 Lethbridge Office Furniture 65 CHEC...................... 65 Lilydale 65 -lepps....................... 62 Eatons...................... 61 Atlas 5! TolleEtrup................... 55 'arsons 53 That's not all. Detroit returns home Monday to face the fourth-place Boston Red Sox in four night games, then tangles with Baltimore again in four Tiger fans seem to be of two schools of thought on McLain's Cliuvalo Figlils Reno Tonight SEATTLE (AP) The man- ager for tMrd ranked heavy- weight George Chuvalo said Monday the bout between his boxer and Seattle's Charlie Reno will provide Chuvalo with "better training than 100 rounds in a gym." A victory by Chuvalo, rated the favorite over Reno, would strengthen his chances of beat- ing heavyweight George Fore- man, 1968 Olympic games heavyweight champion, in Aug- ust. suspension, which was given for what Ktfim said was Denny's as- sociation with illegal bookmak- ers in Flint, Mich., in 1967. Some say; "He's a great pitcher. What did he do wrong? Everyone gambles. He should't have been suspended at all but Kuhn just had to show IMS au- thority." Others my: "He should havs gotten more than a three-mouth suspension. That was just a slap on the wrist. For what he did to baseball he should have been suspended for at least a year." If McLain, who has won 114 games in six seasons with De- troit, is a hero Wednesday, rho fans more than likely will put aside the suspension question and again start putting pen- nant winning bumper sticker slogans on their cars, just as in 1968. McLain has been working out at his home in Lakeland, Fal., by pitching to high school bat- ters. AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore New York Detroit Boston Cleveland Washington W L Pet. 46 28 .622 ..43 29 .597 37 33 .52? 34 35 .493 ...32 33 .457 33 40 .452 West Mlnneso California 43 30 .589 3 Oakland 41 33 .554 Kansas City 26 45 .366 19 Chicago .......37 47 .365 19'A Milwaukee 25 48 .342 21 TODAY'S GAMES California May 4-4 at Milwaukee Krausse 5-10 N Kansas City Butler 2-7 at Minnesota Kaat 6-7 N Oakland Hunter 11-5 at Chicago John 5-11 N New York Peterson 10-3 at Detroit Cain 6-2 N Cleveland Sunning 1-1 at Baltimore MCN3IIV 11-5 N Washington Brunet 5-5 at Boston Slebert 6-4 N MONDAY'S RESULTS California 202 041 12 1 Milwaukee 020 3110 Wright (11-5) Fisher (7) and Azcue; Patfin (4-7) Gelnar Baldwin Downina <9) and Roof. HRs: Repot Alii Harper Alvis Kansas City 400 MO 10 0 Minnesota 301 001 5 13 I Drago (6-5) Burgmeler (6) and Kirkpatrick; Perry (11-6) Perranoski (9) and Mitterwald. Baltimore 000 219 lit Washington 200 OH 580 Cueliar (8-5) and Hendricks; Cox, Shellenback (3-0) (8) and Casanova. Howard Rodriguez NATIONAL LEAGUE East VI New York.....39 J Pittsburgh 40 St. Louis..... 36 Chicago.....35 Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati 28 West 52 Pel .542 .556 .493 .493 .451 1 3V4 3W 6Vi 11 36 35 .507 15 .427 .390 San Diego 3 TODAY'S GAMES National League Philadelphia Wise 5-5 at Montreal Renko 3-4 N Pittsburgh Veale 5-8 at New York Koosman 3-4 N Chicago Gura 0-0 or Decker 1-4 at St. Louis Gibson 1-3 N Atlanta Jarvis 7-6 st Cincinnati Mc- Glothlin 10-3 N Houston Dierker 8-8 at Los Angelei Moeller 3-3 N 1 San Diego Coombs 6-6" at San Fran- cisco Perry 12-6 N MONDAY'S RESULTS Houston 302 400 1J fl Los Angeles 010 071 5 15 1 Billingham Cook (6) end Ed- wards, Singer Norman Mikkelsen Pascuai Lamb and Haller. Watson Pepitone Los Angeles, Sudakis Chicago 020 002 0 St. Louis .000 301 8 12 1 Holtzman, Regan (4-5) Gura (8) and Hislt; Canton (5-9) and Torrs Simmons (5-9) Resan, HRs: Chl-Banks (2) Pittsburgh 010 7 5 fl New York 000 010 3 10 0 Biass (5-9) Gibbon Pena (9) and May; Seaver (12-5) and Grote. BROWN CHOSEN RENO, Kcv. (AP) Last year's national all around money winner, Doug Brown of Silver ton, Ore., was chosen all- around cowboy and awarded at [he conclusion of the three day Reno rodeo. For Summer Fun MAVERICK 539.00 Per The First Car of The 70s at 69 Prices. AV.'NUE 1 STP.ftr, Itlh SUUT t JrJ AVIHUE, UTHEftlDGl, ALUFLTA Ki SPRINGFIELD FIRST urn 16.9x34-6 ply REAR TRACTOR TIRES Each ;