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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta f - THI UTHSRIDOE HERALD - Tustday, March 9, 1971 ---- Pirates continue to sail along in exhibition play Bailey feels Expos should be much-improved ball club this year WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CP) - Bob Bailey, the last of the Expos to sign his 1971 contract, feeJs that the Montreal entry in baseball's National League should be a much improved team this season. Bailey, who wound up the 1970 season with a .287 batting average, signed his contract Feb. 26 ending a brief but stubborn holdout. Although he would not reveal the exact amount of his contract, it was estimated to be around $40,000. "Let's just say I'm glad to be back and I'm sure this club is in for a much better season," said Bailey. "As for pitching, Dan McGinn and Bill Stoneman have great potential along with finely-developing youngsters. "With the all-round improvement in the club, I would say it is not out of the question that we can finish fourth or even third." The Expos finished last in the six-team East Divsion last season. 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 leagues. During that 37-day span, the Long Beach, Calif., native batted .430 and 12 of his 37 hits were ,home runs. I Along with his .287 average, he hit 28 homers and had 84 runs batted in. Bailey can play third base, first base and left field for the Expos. He replaced Coco Laboy at third base during his hot streak last year. Bailey was signed on June 16, 1961 as a bonus baby by Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League. Things never got rolling for him at Pittsburgh and in 1966 he was traded to Los Angeles Dodgers in a deal for Maury Wills. He was sold to Expos just after the expansion draft in 1968. The one-two punch of Dave Cash and Richie Hebner battered Detroit Tigers as Pittsburgh Pirates continued to flatten all comers after four days of spring training exhibition games. Hebner slammed a pair of home runs, each after Cash had singled opening up a 4-0 Pittsburgh lead after four innings and the Pirates coasted to their fourth straight win of the spring Monday, 9-3 over the Tigers. Hebner, the young hard-hitting third baseman, batted .290, in his sophomore season last year while Cash, expected to share the second base spot with veteran Bill Mazeroski this year, belted at a .316 clip last year with Pittsburgh. The pair of homers by Heb- Bowling scores GLENDALE BOWL HAY AGENCIES Ruby Oseen 327 (795); Sandy Scattergood 341 (722); L. Boyer 223; Mary McAuley 223; Kay Davison 228; M. Hamilton 222; Eleanor Fenton 240; Mary Potvin 215; Doris Johnson 213; Karen Carney 216. SHOPPERS WORLD Opal Taylor 319 (811); Sandy Scattergood 294 (801); Elfreda Wlens 300 (780); Betty Patersotn 322 (778); Bea Salmon 277 (726); Dena Smith 252; Dorothy Sorenson 242; Pat Leclalre 251; Jean Passey 231; Elaine Brown 283. SOUTH ALT A. PRODUCE John Scattergood 339 (774); Dale FltMlmmonds 244 ( 754); Fred Thomas 323 (746); Dieter Bechtold 252 ; Ethel Harvle 235; Jean Armstrong 219; Betty Martin 253; Mert Qually 307; Brenda Roulstone 252; Betty Hobbs 232; Lor-etta Ross 247; Betty Fisher 233; Bev Potter 234; Minnie Koskln 232; Cynthia Mllllgan 222. BOISE CASCADE Judy Harnack 288 (731); Galan Harris 257; Tucker Heionk 235; Terry Brown 237; Dale Harnack 221; Rick Caldwell 231; Leanne Wyatt 213; Ralph Heitman 208. KIMURA'S MIXED Melaney Ives 279 (762); Ed Sfanko 295; Violet Black 230; Lorl Rook 223; Ruth Johnson 266; Willis Westergreen 216; George Westergreen 219; Roy Peterson 217. SENIOR CITIZENS H. C. Brown 266 (721); Fred Beard 530; Bunny Maloney 239; Henry Brown 277; Ed Howare 229; Bill Riley 205; Annie Myers 148; Jack Stacey 175; Betty Murtland 242; Irene Seman 158; Bill Cowie 133; M. Rasmussen 134. DOUG'S Sandy Scattergood 328 (824); Bea Salmon 260 ( 747); Dot Anderson 248 (670); Bunny Anderson 244; Vera Nich-olls 283 (692); Sally Trone 238 (656); Irene Lynde 233; Vi Price 252; Flo Nyqulst 220; E. Pederson 249; Ev Coutts 230. CIVIL SERVICE John Erlckson 266 (7651; Lew Mills 248 (704); Byron Hirsche 268 (715); George Epp 265 (701); Ken Swaren 269 (713); Joe Dlmnick 247; Herman Janlk 253; Mel Finnerty 236; Amy In-aba 260; Karlyn Spitzer 235 653); Janet Mills 228; Dan Finnerty 251; Bob Reld 323. I.O.F. Brian Handerek 303 ( 8291; Sandy Scattergood 356 ( 814); Doug Younq 277 (807); John Scattergood 288 ( 7621; Robin Wheeldon 300 (745); Henry Williams 246; Gary Lind 265; Cap Tremel 287; Its Tanaka 251; Irene Christie 270; Frank Beekman 280; Edna Lowen 241 (661). CP.R. John Morris 312 (518); P. Canan 276 (541); P. Gaetz 300 ( 471); I. Cs"an 266 (470); Tom Hackman 268 T35)); Jo Matchett 245 (4541; Elaine Sinclair 228; Fay Lowther 222; Shirley Alexandra 278; Edith Voth 200; Joe Gaetz 223. Y.B.C. JUNIORS David Wells 108 ( 349); Robert Rapu-ano 162 (307); Daren Fileshoug 155 (301); Debbie Anderson 186 (354); Brian Jackson 203 (362); Gordon Bes sellng 181 (353); Brent Anderson 155 (300); Darren Toth 223 (418); Sharlene Brooks 154; Leanne Marsden 159; Angle Scattergood 148; David Snopek 158; Tom Morrison 154; Rod Snopek 151; Monty Verhulst 168; Cindy Anderson MEN'S COMMERCIAL Robin Wheeldon 327 (882); Orest Yorchuak 301 (849); Bill Braun 311 (831); Ken King 296 (816); John Waye-heshen 347 ( 8451; Roy Smeed 301 (785)- Fen Tunbrldge 270 (770); Mike Tobo 280 (795); Jack Jones 298 (799); Steve Mezei 304 (784). B AND E HARDWARE Betty Martin 271 (699); Joyce Bach 24S (687); Barb Scattergood 244 (673); Dot Anderson 243; BrJan Anderson 323 (7251; Bill Anderson 259; Alex Kogler 278 (771); Graham Scattergood 252; Guy Close 259-. Bill Bach 245; Walter Crombez 235." SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 341 (834); Emil Collins 248; Spot Miller 233; Bill Jen-son 220; Evan Evans 191; Harold Perry 207. HIGA'S Sandy Scattergood 305 (801); Dlan-ne VIollnl 317 (741); Marlene Bosch 242 (700); Edith Voth 249; Shirley Boyd 237-1 Brenda Pedefsen 252; D. Pederson 254; May Kolesar 233; Kay Mann 253; Joyce Aalgaard 271. HAY AGENCIES Flo Nyqulst 267 (734); Doris Johnson 300; Mer) Neely 247; Mary Potvin 342; Ruby Oseen 216; Marg Held 239; Sandy Scattergood 290; Rita Pearce 241 :> Louise Ober 230. CHEC John Scattergood 368 ( 920); Buck McNeely 338 (767); Eldon Westllng 246 (7311; Steve Saler 287 (710); Sandra Westllng 275 ( 797); Rick Larson 266 (716); Andy Kra|ewskl 268; Yutaka Urano 257; Jean Christie 272; Slg Dobler 258; Marg Bengry 248 v H. C. Brown 217. ner, who also added a single, gave Pittsburgh nine in its last three games. Starter Jim Nelson, who held the Tigers hitless over the first three innings, was the winner for the Pirates. In other games, Washington Senators edged Baltimore Orioles 4-3, New York Mets topped Philadelphia Phillies 3-1, Chi- cago White Sox betted Minnesota Twins 6-2, Houston Astros nipped Montreal Expos 2-1, St. Louis Cardinals blasted Kansas City Royals 11-7, New York Yankees held off Atlanta Braves 2-1, Boston Red Sox sqceezed past Cincinnati Reds 3-2, Chicago Cubs rapped Cleveland Indians 6-3 Milwaukee Brewers nudged California Angeles 4-3, San Diego Padres whipped Oakland Athletics 8-6, and San Francisco Giants tripped Tokyo Orions 7-5. Cardston, Dillon win trip In Magrath over the weekend the Alberta - Montana LDS basketball zone play-offs were held with Cardston and Dillon, Mont, coming up with the spoils. Cardston picked up the senior division as they ousted Anaconda, Mont. 66-57 in the tourney final. Blainja Bunnage hooped 24 points for the Cardston club while Kendon Eakett followed closely with 21. For Anaconda Russ Hansen netted 22 in a losing cause. In the junior division Dillon eh'rninated the host Magrath club 61-51 to win the zone final. Dwayne Woolf led the Dillon club with 15 points while John Balderson paced Magrath with 14. All-star teams were selected after the tourney for both divisions along with MVP award. For the junior section all-star selections were: Balderson, Magrath; Tom Landiss, Missoula, Mont.; Ken Caffini, Dillon; Clayton Hildreth, Dillon; and Bob Rice, Magrath. Picked for the senior all-star team were: Danny Layton, Calgary; Paul LaForge, Anaconda; Russ Hansen, Anaconda; Kendon Eakett, Cardston; and Dwayne Quince of Calgary. ANDY CAPP T ,7'",......;_" " .....zr. ;r:....:; AGT, part of Tram-Canada Telephone System THE INFORMATION Or, how the haggard businessman can get rid of a headache. The trouble with a lot of business headaches ts that sometimes you just can't see the woods for the trees. You know the feeling. And so do we. We call it the Information Snarl. It can start when sales reports don't make it in from the field. When important parts are back-ordered, or when payroll information doesn't make it in time (again). Communications snarls like these lead to a drop in efficiency, lost time and a decrease in profits. That's where we come in. Because at AGT we've got "the solution" to the Information Snarl. Our Business Communications Consultants. And when we turn one loose on your Information Snarl, he'll be battling your headaches free of charge. Our consultants start by talking to you about your company's problems. Then, they study your company, its departments, branches and people. "Our people get to know more about your company than many of your people'.' Their suggestions grow out of specialized knowledge and skills developed by we and our partners in the Trans Canada Telephone System. And whether our suggestions mean adapting older methods, or adopting new ones, they pay for themselves. Because every Communications Consultant is trained to make a paper-tiger out of any Information Snarl. Dial "0" (zero) and ask for Zenith 33000-Toll free. AGTT ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;