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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 2, 1970 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Red Sox Hit Four Home Runs NO PLACE TO HIDE Yankees Jerry Kenney is out on the play. In background watching are umpire Jim caught between Milwaukee Brewer's catcher Jerry McNert-' Odom and New York's third-base coach Dick Howser. Yan- ney left, 'and third-baseman John Kennedy, right, keej won the game 6-3. Friday in American League action. Kenney was tagged Seaver Hurls Fifth Victory Another Kiss For Clete Boyer By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clete Boyer got a' kiss in the fourth inning of Atlanta Braves' 3-2 triumph over Chicago Cubs Friday night but it didn't have the same effect as one last year by exotic dancer Morganna. That time Boyer followed with a double. This time, his next et-bat resulted in a liner to left. "She said she wanted to Mss me." Boyer explained, "and I said to let me take my chewing tobacco out first. "She was better looking than Morganna. She may not have been built better, but she was better looking That's why I had to get the tobacco put." Police called the girl's par- ents to come and get her, but they declined to 'identify her. WET BASEMENT? Dugout Seepage and Erosion Control Soil Stabalization DO-IT-YOURSELF KITS For Free Estimates Phone 327-8417 They said she went on to the field after two boys made a bet on whether she would and one said he'd give her to do it. Pitcher PWI Niekro didn't kiss Boyer, but he probably wanted to after the slick-fielding third baseman came up .with two de- fensive gems, starting a double play in the eighth and going far to Iris left to throw out Koa Santo in the ninth. Players Needed To Form League The Lethbridge Minor Base- ball Association needs 16, 17 and 18-year-old ballplayers. It was the hopes of the as- sociation that they could get enough boys to form what they would call a Big League. However, due to lack of in- terest, the association's hopes may not be fulfilled, Only a handful of boys turn- ed out for league registrations recently and the association WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, MAY 4 8.30 p.m. CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH ABDULLAH The Butcher vs JERRY CHRISTY IUECK and B. CHRISTY vs HAYES and CANNON Mosca vs Kroffat Marconi vs Belafonta Sharpadze vs Valentine Admission Si.50 Box Office opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Sofurday afternoon and Monday night on CJ1H-TV Channel 7 may have to fold the league be- fore it even gets underway. The league would play its games every Monday and Thursday night at Henderson Park. Another registration night will be held Monday at Hender- son Park between and nine o'clock. Any boy who is either 16, 17 or 18, and who would like to play in this league, is asked to turn out to this important prac- tice. Cowboys Drill Set For Sunday Lethbridge Dallas Hotel Cow- boys, who this year mil com- pete in the Commercial Mens Fastball League, will hold their second workout of the season Sunday afternoon. Cowboys will practice at St. Paul's School at two o'clock. Any players interested in try- ing out for (he club are asked to attend this workout. Newlyweds... YOU CAN OWN YOUR NEW HOME FOR LESS THAN PER MONTH Come in and let our experienced salesman (how you how HERE'S JUST ONI EXAMPLE: 12'x52' MOBILE HOME 2 bedrooms, completely furnished. TOTAL PRICE (NO TRADES PLEASE) LESS THAN PER MONTH 7400 MID WEST MOBILE HOMES EAST ON HIGHWAY 3 OPEN DAILY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. OPEN FOR SUNDAY BROWSING PHONE 327-1986 The Braves touched loser Joe Decker for two runs in the first toning on Hank Aaron's ninth homer and Felix Milan's RBI double. They got what proved to be the winning run in the fifth on Sonny Jackson's single, Deck- er's pickoff throwing error and a sacrifice fly. by Tony Gonza- lez. Niekro yielded solo homers to Decker and Billy Williams. Elsewhere in the National League, Cincinnati tripped Pittsburgh Pirates M, New York Mets nipped San Diego Padres 2-1, San Francisco Giants beat Philadelphia Phil- lies 3-1, Houston Astros whipped St. Louis Cardinals 9-3 and Mon- treal Expos defeated Los Ange- les Dodgers 3-1. Johnny Bench cracked a three-run homer as the Beds piled up a 6-0 lead and then sur- vived a grand-slam homer by Pittsburgh's Willie Stargell. Dorm Clendemon drilled a two-run single and Tom Seaver hurled a four-hitter for his fifth victory tills season as the Mets shaded San Diego. Steve Buntz homered for the Padres' run. Rich Robertson's two-hitter and Bobby Bonds' two-run homer boosted the Giants past Philadelphia. Denny D o y 1 e 's two-cut double in the fifth and Deron Johnson's two-out single in tlie eighth were the only hits off the right-hander. SNAP LOSING STREAK Jesus Alou drove in three runs with a double and set up two others with another two- bagger as the Astros snapped at) eight-game losing streak against the Cards. Houston's Joe Peptone and Lou Brock of St. Louis hit solo homers The victory was only the sec- ond on the road this season for the Astros. They had lost 10 straight away from home since defeating Giants on opening day. Ironically, both Candles- tick Park to San Francisco and Busch Stadium in St. Louis have artificial the As- trodome. Carl Morton, a one-tune out- fielder, baffled the Dodgers on three hits as the Expos rode Mack Jones' two-run double to their victory. Royals. Host Caiitalinis Lethbridge Royals will be in action iiunday afternoon at the Civic Centre. Royals, who are members of the Southern Alberta Soccer League, will meet the Medicine Hat Canlalinis in an exhibition encounter. Game time is set for Boston's Power Breaks Loose By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eddie Kasko luievv his Boston Red Sox had power so he waited patiently for the explosion. It fi- nally eamie, leaving California Angels slightly shellshocked. The Red Sox wanned up for Friday night's four barrage with three the previous night against Oakland Athletics with Gary Yasfrzemski drilling two homers and George Scott and Eeggie Smith one apiece in Boston's 8-3 pounding of the An- gels. In other Al contests, Oakland hurled Washington Senators 12- 5, Baltimore Orioles blasted Minnesota Twins 9-3, New York Yankees trimmed Milwaukee Brewers 6-3, Cleveland Indians stopped Kansas City Royals 7-5 and Chicago White Sox belted Detroit Tigers 13-6. The Hed Sox, who led the ma- jors with 197 homers last year, increased their output to 22 in 20 games with seven in their last two games. "We knew all along we had manager Kasko said Friday night. "It was just a matter of time before we broke loose." Yasfrzemski started the shell- Palmer's Putting Is Back DALLAS (AP) Arnold Palmer-, who says "I've been tired of putting so be- lieves he has found the putting stroke that helped make him the athlete of the past decade, but he isn't giving the secret away. Palmer used only 20 putts Fri- day to shoot a 66 and take a one-shot lead over Jack Nick- laus in the mud-splashed and chilled opening round of the Byron Nelson Golf Clas- sic. "I think I've found something that a grinning Palmer said. "It's the old stroke of a few years back. I think I know what it is." When asked if he would share the disclosure, Palmer laughed and said The 40-year-old millionaire holed birdie putts of 20, three, eight and eight feet. He saved par with putts of eight, fifteen, and five feet. Palmer chipped in from 15 feet for yet another birdie and two-putted for an- other. He had only 11 putts on the back-nine as hs put together one of his familiar late charges with birdies on No. 10, 13, 14 and 15. Shawdowing Palmer and Nicklaus, was the othef mem- ber of golf's Big Player of South was in at even par 70. Slioqting 68s were Bill Brask of San Diego, Calif., Joe Carr of Worcester, Mass., amateur Steve Metnyk of Jacksonville, Flal, and Peter Townsend of London, England. Jerry Abbott of Tulsa, Okla., John Jacobs of Amana, Iowa, and Pete Brown of Los Angeles were at 89. Othef par shooters were Har- old Henning of South Africa, Eldridge Miles of Dallas, and Dan Sikes of Jacksonville. BATAVIA TRIUMPHS MILAN, Italy of the Aurora Stables won the Oaks Italia horse race for three-year-old fillies Friday at 24-to-l odds. ing of Angels starter Tom Mur- phy with a two-run belt in the opening inning, Scott creamed his fourth of the season leading off the second and Smith clubbed his fourth of the year in the seventh. Dick Green's three-run homer and a bases-loaded triple by winning pitcher Jim Hunter helped the Athletics snap a five-game losing string. Aurclii Rodriguez and Lee Mayc cracked homers for the Sena tors, whose four-game winning streak was stopped. Hookie Terry Crpwley, given a starling opportunity while out fielder Frank Robinson rested slammed a three-run his first in the help Dare McNaJJy to his fourth vie Race Results EDMONTON (CP) Race results from Northlands Park Friday: First claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs. Princess Love (Combs) B.70 5.20 4.30, Kentucky Story (Glesbrccht) 4.20 3.40, Desert Bunny (Hunt) 4.30. Time: T-5. HIghdorn, Buster Boy, College Count, Sharonita, Mystic Miser also ran. Second allowance, 3-year-olds, 5 fur- longs. Preben's Pride (Combs) 19.00 6.30 3.90, Kings Sparkle (Hunt) 3.50 2.60, Never To Soon (Stadnyk) 4.90. Time: Northern Pine, Heiralion, Something High, Kymander also ran. track George's Day. DAILY DOUBLE: Third 500, claiming, 3-year-olds, 5 fur- longs.. Selien Juwall (Turetsky) 22.00 10.20 4.50, Prince Hackle (Morris) 5.90 3.30, Racerific [Combs) 2.80. Tf.-ne: 3-5. Teiraspeed, Precious Argent, Mickey, Miss Georgy Girl also ran. Track Scratch Astro Prince. Fourth allowance, 3-year-olds, 5 fur- longs. Ena's Daughter (Giesbrecht) 10.40 4.90 2.EO, Page Me Doll (K. Whittle) 3.60 2.50, De'.vey Boy (Barroby) 2.30. Time: Rapid Dove, N I p a w I n. Jumping Giant, Joy's Taffy, Frog Patches also ran. Fifth claiming, -1-year-olds and up, PobreeTo95" (Combs) 4.00 3.00, Hungry Hawk (K. Whittle) 3.00, Crystal Chimes (Stadnyk) Time: 4-5, Peedee Le Bleu, Parent's Joy Kathy's Miss, Dark House, Grin Tin Tin atso ran. EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs. Cash Deposlf (Combs) 4.90 3.50 2.60, Legal Leo (Barroby) 4.BO 3.50, Hop! Joe (Coombs) 3.30. Time: :59 4-5. Killam, UHtlc Baffle, Amber Day, Super Quill, Great Expect also ran. Tourney On Sunday The opening tournament at the Henderson Lake Golf Course will be run off Sunday. On tap will be the President- Vice President Tournament which is open to all male mem- bers of the club. Tee-off time Sunday morning U set for eight o'clock and post entries will be accepted. Meanwhile, the ladies at Hen- derson will kick off their season Sunday as they will hold their opening-day breakfast at ten o'clock. They will then tee-off at noon. Anyone wanting further in- formation casn call the Pro Shop or the Club House. Lakers Tie Hoop Series LOS ANGELES (AP) Vet- erans Elgin Baylor and Jerry West led Los Angeles Lakers in an overtime assault to beat New York Knickerbockers 121-115 and square their National Bas- ketball Association champion- ship playoff at two games apiece. It was the second straight game decided in overtime, the Knicks victorious 111-108 on Wednesday night. The two clubs move back to New York's Madison Square Garden for the fifth game in Ms series and the Laker vic- tory insur'ed they will be back in the Forum for game No. 6 Wednesday night. Seventh handicap, 3-year-olds and up 5 furlongs.- Pine tass (Hedge) 12.30 5.00 Destiny's Favour (Barroby) 4.10 3.30 Rough And Ready (Billingsley) 5.60. Time: Silverado Trail, Big Dan, Mini Magic Gallant Canadian also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up 5 furlongs. Malic Cort (K. Whittle) 5.70 3.70 2.50 Grinning Ssrri (Shields) 12.40 4.00, X- Nobie stranger (Hunt) 2.40, Black (Norris) Time: Sandown Kid, Tudor K, Sabrio and 0' ils You also ran. heat. UUIMELLA: Knockout For Chuvalo DETROIT (AP) heavyweight champion Georg Chuvalo of Toronto knocked ou Billy Tiger of Detroit at in the fourth round of their sched uled 10-rounder Friday night a Detroit's Pair Grounds Coli seura. Chuvalo was cut early in the first round by a head butt from Tiger, but it never bothered the 217-pound heavyweight, rankei third by the World Boxing Asso- ciation. Tiger landed a few strong punches but they were followet by a series of body and heac shots from Chuvalo who had a 22-pound advantage over the 195-pound Tiger. Chuvalo scored best with a series ending with his left hook to either the body or1 the head o Tiger. The- knockout combination was just a series of nine or II hooks with Tiger pinned agains the ropes and Chuvalo swinging viciously. Chuvalo stalked Tiger around the ring, always on the offensive. ONLY KNOCKOUT BRANDON (CP) Paul Di Benedetto, a 12514 pound feather weight boxer from Prince George, B.C., records the only knockout of the nigh Friday as he put away Alber ta's Scotty Manyguns to the second round of a semi-fina match at the Western Canad, Boxing championships here. NEW HOLIDAY HOUSEBOATING FUN HOLIDAY HOUSEBOATING IDEA HOLIDAY HOUSEBOATING Fun for the whole family, mom, dad, and the kids. Rent' a houseboat on beautiful Kootenay Lake in the interior o f British Columbia. For more information write: HOLIDAY HOUSEBOATS Balfour, British Columbia "Welcome Aboard" JOIN A SPRING LEAGUE 5 PIN BOWLING AT CAPRI BOWL Starting May 4th For 8 Weeks IN PRIZES TENT TRAILER MIN! MOTOR BIKE Philips Electric Carving Knives Philips Beauty Salon Drills Electric Sanders Camping Equipment and many more Household items. LEAGUES CLASSIC TRIPLES-Wednesday 9 p.m. MOONLIGHT BOWL YOUNG ADULtS-Sunday 8 p.m. Friday 8 p.m. to 11 MIXED all Summer. Monday 8 p.m. LADIES-Tuesday 2 p.m. and Wednesday 7 p.m. Thursday 8 p.m. PHONE 328-4089 Wednesday 2 p.m. Thursday 2 p.m. p.m. 8 p.m. CAPRI lory of the season. Dave May added a bases-loaded triple for the Orioles while Cesar Toyar crashed a homer for the Twins. Jerry Kenney and Bobby Murcer, each with two Mts, also drove in a pair of runs, backing Mel Stottlcmyre's second vic- tory after three losses. DRIVES IN 3 RUNS Danny Walton drove in three runs for the Brewers'with a sin- gle and a tremendous two-run '140-foot home run into Yankee Stadium's left centre field bleachers. The circuit was Wal- ton's .eighth of the season and gave him 23 runs batted in. Pinch-hitter Chuck Hinton drilled a two-run double, spark- ing the Indians four-dun eighth inning which sent the Royals reeling to their eighth consecu- tive loss. Lou Piniella had a three-run blast for the losers and Amos Otis cracked five straight hits in vain. Bobby Kr.ccp's three-run homer sparked an eight-run sixth inning in Chicago's victory which featured a fist fight be- tween Detroit's Dick McAuliffe and Bill'MelUm of the Sox, McAuliffe tagged Melton for an out in the opening inning on a close play and seconds later both players started throwing punches with players both clubs joining the action. Melton and McAuliffe and Tigers mana- ger Mayo Smith were ejected from the game. i I SPORTS FANS! 1 BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Here's one that w IIII surprise a lot of people I Despite the fact that the Ken- tucky Derby is by far the most famous of all horse races, there are actually seven other races in America lhat pay I more money to the winner I than the Kentucky Derby" doesl I Those seven lhat ti'B worth more than the Kentucky I Derby ore the Arlington-Wash- ington Futurity, Garden States Stakes, Yankee Handicap, I Gardenia Stakes, Champaigne I Stakes, Pimlico-Laurel Futurity and the Preakness. Here's an oddity I name of the award that bail- I baft gives to the fop pitcher I every year is the "Cy Young did you know I that Cy Young himself lost more games than any other pitcher in big league baseball I history! Young lost 315 I games and no one ic close to that. I What's the fastest onyona I has ever played 18 holes of I golf on a regulation course? 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