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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta IWt IHK8RIBGE KCKAIO Iimtes continue to sail along in exhibition play Bailey feels Expos should be muchimproved ball club this year WEST Fla tO1 the last ot the IAWK to lil71 M in itv liui Montreal in baseballs National League should be a ininh im team this who wound up the 1D70 seasonwith a batting signed hn Keb 26 ending a brief hut stubborn 1 of ins 37 hits were home i uns Along with his he hit 2tt homeii and had inns batted Bailey can play third first base and left Held lor the He replaced Coco at third base during his hot streak last Bailey was signed on June Id 1961 as a bonus baby by Pitts bhare the second base spot with veteran Bill Mazeroski this Uelled at a clip last The pair of homers by who also added a I the winner for the Pirates gave Pittsburgh nine in its last In other Washington three Starter Jim Nel 1 Senators edged Baltimore who held the Tigers hitless oles New York Mets topped over the first three was 1 Philadelphia Phillies While Sox Minnesota Twins Houston Astros nipped Montreal Expos Louis Cardinals blasted Kansas City Koyals held off Atlanta Braves Boston Red Sox sqceezed past Cincinnati Reds Chicago Cubs rapped Cleveland Indians 63 Milwaukee California Angeles San Diego Padres whipped Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants tripped Tokyo Orions holdout Although he would not j burgh Pirates of the meal the exact amount of his never got ioil it was estimated to around just say Im glad to be back and 1 m sure OILS club is in for a much better said Bailey As for Ban McGinn and Bill Stoneman have great potential along with fine Ij developing youngsters ing for him at Pittsburgh and 1966 he was traded to Los Ange les Dodgers in a deal for Maury He was sold to Expos just after the expansion draft in The onetwo punch of Dave Cash and Richie Hebner bat tered Detroit Tigers as Pitts With the allround burgh Pirates continued to flat in the I would say it is not out of the question that we can finish fourth or even third The Expos finished last in the sixteam East Divsion last sea Bailey appeared in 131 games last season and used a batting splurge from July 1 to Aug 6 to carry him to his best season in the major During that 37day the Long native batted and 12 ten all comers after four das of spring training exhibition games Hebner slammed a pair of home each after Cash bad j singled opening up a 40 Pitts burgh lead after four innings and the Pirates coasted to their fourth straight win of the spring 93 over the Tigers j the young hardhit1 ting third batted in his sophomore season last i year while expected to Bowling scores ULENDALE BOWL B AND E HARDWARE HAY AGENCIES Belly Martin 271 tergood 341 Boyer 223 Mary VcAuiey 22 Kay Davison M Hamilton Eleanor Fenton 210 Mary Potvm Dons Johnson Karen Carney 216 SHOPPERS WORLD Opal Taylor 31 Slit Sandf Scalterqood 291 Elfreda Wiens 300 Betty Patprson 322 Dot Anderson 243 Brian Anderson 323 Bill Andtrscn Ai Kogler 278 Graham Scafteraod Guy Close 259 Bill Bach Walter Crombez 235 SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 341 834 Emil Collins 248 Spot Miller 233 Bill Jenson 220 Evan Evans 191 Harold perry HIGAS Dorothy Sorenson Pat m SOUTH PRODUCE John Scattergood 339 Dale Fitzsimmonds 264 Fred Thomas 323 Dieter Bechtold 552 Neil Clark 266 Wally Mysyk 243 Sandy Scattergocd 236 Carol Kempenaaar 250 Bernice Pavan 218 Dot Olshaski 243 Clarence Tremel 226 VASA MIXED Rick Larson 304 Nick Bianchi 255 Gecrqe Holmburg Bob Hanson 248 Jim Berry 526 LII Hegland Bud Asuitte 266 Hilda Bianchi Dolly Belle CHINOOK STATIONERS Sandy Scattergood 348 796V Ethel Harvie Jean Armstrong 219 Betty Martin 253 Mert Qually 307 Brenda Roulstone 252 Belly Hobos 232 Loretta Ross 247 Belly Fisher Bev Potter Minnie Koskm Cynthia Violtni 317 Marten 242 Edith Vofn Shirley Boyrf Brenda Pedersen D Pederson 254 May Kolesar 233 Kay Mann 253 Joyce Aalqaard HAY AGENCIES Flo Nyquist 267 730 Dons Johnson 300 Men Neely Mary Potvin 342 Ruby Oseen 216 Marg Held Sandy Scattergood Rila Pearce 241 r Louise Ober CHEC John Scattergood 363 Buck McNeely 338 Eldon 24s Steve Saler 287 Sandra Westlmg 275 Rick Larson 586 Andy Kraiewski 263 Yutska Urano 257 Jean Christie 272 Siq Dobler 258 Marg Bengry C Dillon mil trip In llagrath over the weekend the Alberta Montana LDS basketball zone playoffs held with Cardston and coming up with the Judy Harnack 2B8 Galan Harris Tucker Heionk Terry Brown 237 Dale Harnack ill Rick taldwsil Leanne Wyatt 213 Ralph Heitman 20B KtMURAS MIXED Melaney Ives 279 Ed StanVo 95 Violet Black Lori Ruth Johnson 266 Willis Westergreen Georqg Westergreen Roy Peterson 21 SENIOR CITIZENS H C Brown 766 Frod 277 Ed Howare 229 Bill Riley Betty Murtland Irene Seman 156 Bill Cowie 133 M Rasmusssn DOUGS Sanrfy Scatterocxxi 323 Bea Salmon 260 77 Dot oils 283 233 Irene Lynde Vi Pnce Flo Mvquist Pcaescfi Ev C 230 CIVIL SERVICE John Erickson 36fi 1765 Lew Mills 1R Byron 263 Epp 265 6 Joe PrimO Herman janV Mel Fmnertv Amy If aba KnHyn Spifier 235 Janet Mllis Dan Fmnsrty Bob Rdd 323 I 0 Brian Handprek 301 Sandy Scattergocd 336 Doug 277 John Scatterqood 2S8 Robin Wheeldon 300 Henry Wil liams 24S Lmd Cap iremel 2S7Its Tanaka Irene Cnnstie Frank Beekman 260 Edna Lowen 21 Cardston picked up DIP senior dmsion as they ousted Ana in the lour I ncy final i Bunnage noepcd 24 i pomta for the Cardston club i while Kendon Eakett followed i closely with i For Anaconda Russ llansen i netted 22 in a losing i In the junior division Dillon i eliminated the host Magrath club 6151 to the zone Dwayne Woolf led the Dillon club with IT points John Baldcison paced Magrath Mlptar nftrr the tourney for both dm sions alnnn tli IVTAP Tor the junior section allstar j selections uerc Balderson Ma j grath Tom Mont Ken Dillon Clayton Dillon and Bob Picked for the senior allstar team were Danny Cal Paul Ana conda Russ Anacon Kendon i and Dwayne Quince of Calgan ANDY CAPP part of TransCanada Telephone System THE INFORMATION how the haggard 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