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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday May T, 1970- Brakes Clobber Cubs, Expos Edged Wets' Ryan Retains Hot Ways OODGEk DOWNED Los Angeles Dodgers cenire- fielder Willie Davis, left, and first baseman Wes Parker bend over right-fielder Andy Kosco after he was knocked unconscious when he crashed into the railing in front of the right field seats in third inning of game with Montreal Jxpos Thursday night at Dodger Stadium. Kosco was cnub ing a ball hit by Expos Bobby Wine which resulted in an inside-the-park home run. Dodgers took a 2-1 victory. Kosco was not injured seriously. first Time Tnia Season By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Yankees have been waiting for Stan Bahnsen to be- come a complete pitcher and Thursday night he did. In the 21st game of the sea- son, the Yankees finally got complete game No. 1. And it wasn't from pitching aces Mel Stottlemyre or Fritz Peterson but rather from the one-time earlier. Bahnsen burner, whose flann flickered out last season afte he was 17-12 and Hookie of thi Year in 1968. The 25-year-old right-hande stopped California Angels on five hits 1-0 and reversed his own personal shutout trend. He ha been on the losing end o two blanks the Yanks sufferei Give Your Home a New Modern Appearance With WINDOW SHUTTERS ALUMINUM PLASTIC WOOD Available in any Size to fit Your requirements! CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE! LETHBRIDGE SH and DOOR Corn'er 5th Ave., 4th St. S. Phone 327-1581 STAN PESZAT SURE KNOWS MEN'S CLOTHING Just Like Our ERNIE KNOWS MOTORS Call Us Today! We Specialize in Tune-Ups CARBURETOR AND IGNITION All WORK GUARANTEED! TEXACO CAR CARE Another reason why you should call in at El Rancho Texaco Service 6lh Ave, and Mayor Mngrath Drive South PHONE 327.5406 ERNIE ROSVOLD Elsewhere in the American League, Kansas City Royals beat Detroit Tigers 3-2 on Bob Oliver's 10th inning double Washington Senators bombej Milwaukee Brewers 12-2, Chi cago White Sox clipped Balti more Orioles S-3, Minnesota Twins whipped Cleveland Indi ans 4-1 and Boston Red Sox out- lasted Oakland Athletics 8-7. Roy White's long sacrifice fly n the third inning following sin- _les by Horace Clarke anc 3obby Murcer gave Bahnsen his L-fl lead and he protected it with assortment of fast bails, curves, sliders and change-ups. Kansas City nipped Detroit swimmers [n Edmonton On Weekend Fifteen members of the Leth- Tidge Lions Amateur Swim Sub mil be in Edmonton this 'eekend competing at the Ed- lonton South Side Invitational wim Meet. Expected to be competing in le open class at the meet ai'e Gary Hall and Mark Spitz, both rom the University of Indiana. Hall holds the world records i both the 100-metre and 200- metre individual medleys and Iso holds the United States ecord 200-metre breaststroke. Spitz holds the world records I the 100-metre butterfly and le 200 metre butterfly and bares the world record in the 00-metre freestyle. George Smith of Edmonton, 'ho holds the Canadian and ritish Commonwealth record i the 400 metre individual medley, will also compete at the leet. Lethbridge swimmers making 10 trip to Edmonton are Deb- 'e Kemmett, Linda Gorko, Su- an Hunt, Leslie Johnson, Nan- y Allison, Helene Darcel, Wen- y Tuk, Bob Broder, Terry Tuk, jorne Kemmett, Barry Emer- on, Henry Van Egtren, Tim merson, Glen Van Buuren and ob Emerson. when Oliver slammed a two-out double in the 10th following a walk to Amos Otis. Otis and Joe Keough hit solo homers for Us Royals in the sixth. The Tigers got their first run on a weird play in the sixth. Cesar Guitterrez tripled and the Royals decided to appeal that he missed first base., But pitcher Bill Butler, trying to throw to first, heaved the ball into right field and Gutierrez went home. The Tigers tied it in the eighth, on a walk and Al Ka- line's triple. Frank Howard and Bernie Allen both crashed three-run ho- mers in the third inning as Washington blasted Milwaukee for George Brunei's first vic- tory. Howard drove in a fourth run with a single. The White Sox pushed across four unearned runs in the sixth and Duane Josephson ham- mered a two-run double in the seventh as Tommy John, with help from Wilbur Wood in the eighth, beat the Orioles for his First triumph after five losses. Frank Robinson homered for the Birds. The Twins got home runs from Harmon Killebrew, Brant Alyea and Leo Cardenas to beat Cleveland while homers by Rico Petrocelli, George Scott and Billy Conigliaro powered the Red Sox past Oakland. Felipe Alou, Joe Rudi and Frank Fer- nandez connected for the Athlet- ics. By THE CANADIAN PKESS Nolan Ryan, the flame-throw- ing New York Mets righthander who has been dazzling National League batters during April, seems to be in a gradual down- hill slide. Very gradual. The 23-year-old speedballer gave up three hits and struck out eight batters Thursday as he set down Francisco Giants 4-1. In his two previous starts, he had a 15-strikeout one-hitter April 18, beating Philadelphia 7-0, and a two-hitter in which he dropped a 1-0 decision to Los Angeles, April 25, striking out five. In two-plus major league sea- sons, he has a 14-14 record and has now struck out 259 batters in 252 innings. The six-foot-two, 195-pounder's credentials for this season: An 0.69 earned run average in 20 innings, two earned runs, six hits, 28 strikeouts, 20 walks and a 2-1 record. Elsewhere Thursday, Atlanta Bravei creamed Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers edged Montreal Expos 2-1. Houston Astros' game at St. Louis against the Cardinals was postponed due to rain. SET MET RECORDS Ryan's complete game was his third of the season, more than he had all of last year when he finished but two games in a 6-3 season. It also was the world champion Mets' lot triumph in April, establishing club record. Ryan's eight base on balls also set a club record. Ryan was supported by Tom mie Agee's homer and a two run single by Joe Foy. Bud Har relson tripled anci was drive home by Cleon Jones' single fo the Mets other tally. The Ion Giants run came on a walk, single by Hal Lanier, a sacrific and Bobby Bonds' groundout. Also closing out a torn month was ihe hot hittin Braves left fielder, Rico Carty He boomed two homers, indue ing a grand slam in the first in ning, and Hank Aaron and Ha King chipped in with solq blasts in the Braves rout of the Cubs. Carty's homers, his sixth and seventh of Hie season, also stretched his hitting streak to 20 games and raised his batting average to .423. George Stone, 3-1, stopped the Cubs on six hits and struck out 10 batters. Rookie right-hander S'andy Vance scattered four Expo hits in his first major league victory and got all the needed when the support he Dodgers scored twice in the opening in- ning. Singles by Maury Wills and Ted S'izcmore and a walk to Willie Davis loaded the bases. Wes Parker walked to force in one run and a forceout bouncer by Willie Crawford brought in the other. Montreal's run came in the fourth when Dodgers' Andy Kosco slammed into the right field wall while chasing Bobby Wine's fly ball. Wine flew around the bases for an insidc- the-park homer and Kosco had to leave the game with a bruised cheekbone and a lacera- tion inside his ear, Vance, 23, recalled from the Pacific Coast League to fill ail- ing Bill Singer's spot in the starting rotation, struck out three and walked three. Cowan Moves Into Semis PINEHURST, N.C. (CP-AP) Gary Cowan, the golfing in- surance salesman from Kitch- ener, Ont., reached the semi-fi- nal of the North and South ama- cur golf tournament Thursday with a victory over vet- eran Bill Campbell. Cowan, 31, whose last major victory in this country was the U.S. amateur title in 1D66, opened up against Campbell with 13 straight pars, losing inly one hole to go five up against tire 46-year-old, four- time winner of the tournament. Bowling Highs CAPRI BOWL JUNIOR'S Helen Deal 325 Gladys Goii 295 Feme Terlesky 287 (727] Elaine Brown 277 Barbara Bui 266, Liz Goczan 267, Doreen Wil son 262, Marge Constable 276 (606) Marl Neely 257 Janet Koole 256 Marg Seefrled 256. WOMEN'S LEAGUE ROLL OFF FOUR GAMES ean Koskoskl 331 Grao Beard 3.1 J Jean Christie 273 Rose Johnson 2S2 Mara Smith 286 MIXED LEAGUE ROLL OFF FOUR GAMES Aya Nakamura 264, Eleanor Dorigat !I 254 Charlolte Thleman 28 Lynne Lengyer 264, Jean Passey !76 Gloria Pearson 269 (957) Jock Mulgrew 294 Bill Hamilton 28? Geo Wasaianak Z79, Ryo Nagata 274. WOMEN'S LEAGUE ROLL OFF FOUR GAMES Marg Smith 324 Maureer McKay 314 May Hiebert 293 (870) sabelle Bergman 290 Beth Dawson 285 Lyrine Lengyel 273 Jen Hegi 266 Laverne Schow 270 sabel Orslen 260 Mary Draffin 251, Dorothy Cooildge 257, Evelyn Krauss 255. YOUNG ADULT ROLL OFF FOUR .GAMES Randy Wolstoncroft 336 Ken Larson 281 Ron Senda 294 Darwin Romanchuk 270 Bob Tln- ordi 243, Debi Myers 299, Linda Mai comscn 292 Marie Waselanak 232, Qev Mezei 248. MEN'S LEAGUE ROLL OFF Tak Kafakami 375 Bill Hleucka 360 Mike Tobo 30J John Rempel 299 Shiq Goshinmon 287 VASA LODGE Clar Holthe 233, Dave Hegland 224, Joyce Berry 218, Jerry Larson 203, Nick Blanch! 278 WIN OPENER QUEBEC (CP> High-flying Gilbert Perreault potted four goals to lead Montreal Junior Canadiens to a 7-4 -win over Quebec Remparts in Ilia first game cf the best-of-five Eastern Canada Memorial Cup hockey final Thursday night before fans. JOIN A SPRING LEAGUE 5 PIN BOWLING AT CAPRI BOWL Starting May 4th For 8 Weeks IN PRIZES TENT TRAILER MINI MOTOR BIKE Philips Electric Carving Knives Philips Beauty Salon Kits, Electric Drills Eleclric Sanders Camping Equipment and many more Household items, LEAGUES CLASSIC TRIPLES-Wednesdoy 9 p.m. YOUNG ADULTS-Sunday 8 p.m. MIXED Monday 8 p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m.. Thursday 8 p.m. MOONLIGHT BOWL Friday 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. all Summer 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Wednesday 2 p.m. Thursday 1 p.m. PHCNi 328-4089 CAPRI BOWL Uneasy Calm Settles MONTICELLO, N.Y. (CP) Thanks to the wheeling an dealing oi John F. X. Condo and an easy-to-please Donat Paduano, an uneasy calm ha settled over this posh resor area in the Catskill Mountain of New York. Condon, publicity director Madison Square Garden, was ir trouble last week when Marcc Cerdan Jr. threatened to pu out if Paduano moved into h training headquarters in a lav ish hotel near here. The tw meet in a 10-round welterweigl fight at the Garden in We York City May 11. The Garden had originally in tended for Paduano to train a another resort, a 15-minut drive away, but the plans fe through. Despite the fact that the Gar den was paying all their expen ses, Cerdan's people said tha when Paduano moved in, the would move out; Condon arranged for Pa< usno, Italian-born C a n a d i a welterweight champion f f o Montreal, to make his trainin headquarters in the resort's go club section a few blocks awa from Cerdan's quarters. SCHEDULE DIFFERS Both fighters sleep in differ cnt sections of the resort; eat i different dining rooms, a fu city block from each other, an spar hours apart. Condon originally had Pac uano doing his roadwork at a.m. on the golf course. Bu Roger Larivee, Paduano's man ager, has his charge doing hi running late at night with flashlight. Cerdan does his run ning at 7 a.m. in- a differen part of the resort. Paduano, annoyed by tin ruckus caused by Cerdan, came right out and predicted that hi would beat Cerdan and even went so far as to invite thi French boxer to his workouts tc see how he would do it. Alouette Club Busy, Choose Five HAMILTON (CP) Montreal Alouettes selected five players :o rank as the busiest Canadian Football League team Wednes- day at a supplementary draft ol Canadian college talent. A total of 15 players were se- ected by eight CFL teams, with only Toronto Argonauts abstain- ng. Fifty players were availa- )le in the draft compared with 243 last February at the CFL's annual meeting. Selected by tlw Alouettes were centre Jean Guy Brqus- :eau of Laurentian University, md Charlie Ewat of Carleton Jniversity, tackle Jim Zuk of he University of Windsor, and ackle Paul Patterson and end Jon Forbes, both of Waterloo Lutheran University. Winnipeg Blue Bombers opened the draft by picking tac- le Alex Topps of the University f Toronto. Selected by Ottawa Rough Ri- ers were centre Robert Wright if Carleton and tackle Jerry irown of the University of Ot- tawa. Calgary Stampeders chose 'ingback Gordon Dunkley and Hoy Boettger, both of he University of Calgary. iace Season Opens Today EDMONTON (CP) Frank Barroby Maple Creek, Sask., leading jockey in 1965, will head a three brother act when the Western Canada Racing Asso- ciation opens its 1970 season to- day. Frank, 27, joins brothers, Har- old, who was the top trainer in Calgary and Edmonton last year' with 44 wins over 106 days, and Larry, Harold's head groom. ANDY CAPP VERWASTIN1 YERTIME -THEY DON'T WANT T! KNOW VER AT WAGE bUNNQ, PET. AN EMINENT POLITICIAN'ERE BET IT'S THE SWE ONE WHO SAIbTEN fEARS AGO i ELRICH TIRE LTD. SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis New York Philadelphia Montreal .13 11 9 10 10 "West .526 .526 .178 GBL Cincinnati .....16 6 .757 Los Angeles .10 10 .500 Atlanta.......10 11 .476 Francisco 10 12 .455 Diego..... 7 14 .333 7 14 .333 TODAY'S GAMES Houston Wilson 0-0 at St. Louis Gib- son 3-1 N Chicago Decker 1-0 at Atlanta Niekro 1-4 N Pittsburgh Ellis 2-0-af Cincinnati Me- lothlin 1-2 N Montreal Morton 1-0 af Los Angeles ufton 3-2 N New York Seaver 4-0 at San DIeoo iantorini J-3 N Philadelphia Sunning 1-2 at San Fran- cisco Robertson 0-2 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS New York 200 010 10ft- 4 10 d ian Francisco 001 MQ 001-I 3 Ryan (2-1) and Dyer; MeCormlck Reberger Linzy (8} end DIetz HR: Chicago Mfl 001 6 0 Atlanta 410 111 9 14 1 Jenkins Colborn Cosman Gura (7) and Rudolph; Stone (3-1) end King. HRs: 2 H. King Chi-HIckman Montreal .001 000 OM-1 4 0 Los Angeles 200 000 Stoneman Raymond (7) and Baleman; Vanca (1-1) and Sudatfs, MR: Houston at St. Louis, ppd., rain. HOCKEY SCORES National League f. Louis 1, Pittsburgh 3