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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta May 4, 1970 THI lETHBKIDGf HMALD t Reds Outlasted Pirates In Slugfest Orioles Can't Believe They Are Losing homer. The ulility New York Mots spilled THE WINNER Jack Nicklaus of Ohio, used body engljsh and parred on the 18th green to tie with Arnold Palmer for a sudden death playoff ip the Byron Nelson Golf Classic in Dallas, Tex., yesterday. birdied the extra to w.n Ih. tournament, with a score of 274 for the 73 holes. Palmer Loses In Playctff Nicklaus Takes Title DALLAS, Tex. (AE) Jack Nicklaus lost the popularity eon- test and the call from Washing- ton was a wrong number, but he pocketed Sunday in a thrilling sudden-death victory over Arnold Palmer in the Byron Nelson Golf Classic. "When I found put they wanted said Nicklaus who answered the-Washington call first, "I just went back out to' the green aiid. picked up the championship trophy." 'Nicklaus got the first-prize cheque'and the trophy from golf great Nelson himself after a classic 37-hole head-to-bead con- frontation with Palmer, 10 years his senior. A tap-in birdie putt on the first extra hole 'gave 'Nicklaus his first ever sudden-death -win nemesis and good Palmer, who won the call from 'Vice-President Spiro on Agiiew wanted to speak to golf- ing puddy Palmer. v "I had played golf with hipi recently and' he wanted to talk about' today's over old friend, Then came Washington. Tops At Meet Wheeler Shines Members of the Lethbridge Judo' Club travelled to Swift Ciirient Saturday' and came away with more'than their share tt ttte silverware "sji the invfe- tkmal Judo meet. Grieg Wheeler turned in an outstanding performance at the orie-day'meet as he won the jun- ior title and then took the feath- erweight crown in the senior division. Wheeler's efforts earned Mm the award as the outstanding competitor (Judpka) trophy taiurs tournament. Tom Greenway placed first in the junior 120 pounds am} under class while Murray Pntehard canje iirsecond in 80 pounds aid'under'class." Sig' Majchrzak finished sec- ond in' (fie 'senior middleweight class while Greg Senda, a brown belt' holder, entered the black belt division and placed, third in the" featherweight class. More than 200 competitors frtni Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw, Swift Cur- rent, HaJ and Leth- bridge attended the KMAY SPECIAL ASTRO R-l TRACfTOR TIRE 15 x 34 New Power Contour 23 degree Angle Tread PaHern Heavy Duty Extra Construction....... New Jumba Troclor Size ONLY 134 INSTALLED .95 Thi WINNIR of the Treniiitor llodio drawn tor April 30th cJuririg our'Spring Bonanza Day MR. M. TANAKA Box 457, CoaldaUi TRIMBLES TIRE 327-2007 SUPPLY 311 llth St. S. 327-2033 ai with 'an iron-man relief pitehe who can hit and an infielde who plays the outfield an catches: The Phillies, who lost catch said. "There any slight o Jack intended." The mild-mannered Nicklaus wasn't miffed. He had played all day with a crowd ol some following his threesome, nost yelling and 'applauding for Palmer! "It was Ijke Texas and Ohio State playing football in Nicklaiis laughed. "There are few Buckeyes down here.'' The crowd was estimated at more than and about a .hird dogged the' heels of Biggest names. They jostled, shoved and yelled. "'Arnie 'ca'me to me on the sixth' green of the second round and. said 'I think it's getting out of Nicklaus said. "But you are going to have that any- time you play with Arnold "Arjiie is a very popular fel- low! I don't mind 'the people yelling and rooting just as long as they don't get rude." Nicklaus, 'who got a line-of- sight drop in file rough because of "a television tower obstruction on "No.'18, said one fan yelled "Awww" when the" ruling was made. "'I told him I was Nicklaus' said. "I really shouldn't have taken the drop, I By ASSOCIATED PRESS Baltimore Orioles couldn't be- Ijeve it when' they lost the World Series to New York Mets, tat year and they couldn't believe Sunday's 4-3 ninth-inning loss to MSmesota' Twins.: "Oiir whole club has the feel- tog' that we're 'not' supposed to lose to anyone when we come to the said manager Earl Weaver after Harmon Kille- brew's two-run homer lifted the Twins to victory and gave them the weekend series two games to one. something like this happens, we can't under- stand ft.'1' Those were the only untainted runs off Jim Palmer. The Twins scored "twice in the sixth on a double error by second baseman Dave Johnson. Merv Retten- mrad's eight-inning homer gave the Orioles a temporary 3-2 lead. unbelievable Palmer could' said catcher Andy Etciiebarren, another non-be- Meveri "I've never seen him throw any better." "Elsewhere in the AL, Detroit Tigers shaded Chicago White Sox 6-5, New York Yankees ral- lied twice to sweep Milwaukee Brewers' 8-7 and 4-2, 'Oakland Athletics beat Washington Sena- tors 3-1 before' losing and Cleveland Indians downed Kan- sas City Roya'ils 6-3. 'In Saturday's action, Oaklanc downed' Wasnington 6-3, Kansas City edged Cleveland Chi- cago beat Detroit 3-2, 'Minnesota defeated Baltimore 4-2, New York beat Milwaukee 7-6 and Boston Red Sox defeated Cah' foriaa Angels 8-4 before their Sunday match was rained out GAME Home' runs "by Willie Horton and Al Kaline powered the Ti gers past the White in a sloppy ganie with 'the teams committing seven errors! De- troit furiibled'away tlnree run and the'Spi two before Fred Lasher, the !third Tiger pitehe in 'the ninth, closed out the game with" the bases loaded an one run in. After losing two catchers PbiSlies came u ers Tim McCarver and Mike Ryan to injuries Saturday night, came back Sunday tp take a dqublehe'ader from San Fran- cisco Giants 8-fi and 13-6 behind th'e pitching and 'hitting of Low- ell Palmer and the versatile play of rookie Jim Hu'tto. Palmer, who worked two scoreless Innings in the opener, collected four hits and struck put 10 in 8 "2-3 innings of the nightcap. He also stroked three hits, including a three-run dou- ble that highlighted OK Phillies' the opener into a ninth-inning, six-run sixth. Hutton overtime sent with game-tying homer. The infielder also played left field and behind the plate. Elsewhere in the National League, Los Angeles Dodgers unleased their biggest offence of the season to wajlop Montreal Expos 15-1; Cincinnati Reds outhit Pittsburgh Pirates 11-7; Broivn Bomber In Hospital Joe Louis Not Well DENVER, Colo. (Reuters) 'ormer heavyweight champion Joe Louis undergoes tests and examinations at the Colorado 'sychiatric Hospital today fol- owing a court order issued Fri- day by a local judge. The order, that the .56-year-old Brown Bomber should be held "or observation, diagnosis and possible treatment for mental Uness, was requested by his 23-year-old Joseph Louis 3arrow, Jr. Louis undefeated world champion from 1937 to 1949, put up a struggle'Friday night be- 'ore agreeing to enter hospital and told reporters: "My family is trying to put me away." Finally he allowed three sher- iff's deputies and a court offi- cial to escort him from his Den- ver summer home to hospital. His third Martha, said: "My husband is a siek man, but he doesn't know it." She said that Louis had inter- mittently undergone voluntary psychiatric treatment since April, 1969. Under Colorado law, Louis could be kept in hospital under the court order for up to 90 days for examination. Any decision about treatment will be made by a board of medical officers at hospital.' A veil of secrecy has beei drawn around the Negro boxer since he entered hospital. Hospital officials, his lawyer his friends and his family refuse to answer any questions. 'Louis hiinself appears to be the only person willing to talk. As tie police waited outside his home Friday he telephoned the sports editor of the Hpcky ountein News and pleaded vith him' to send a reporter to s home "because they're rying to put me away." Hospital sources today said 'even now would like to ,ee reporters but this had been etoed by his lawyer. The first inkling Louis might e ill came April 21 when his loyals Bomb Lethbridge Royals continued hen- impressive ways Sunday s they chalked up their third- tfaight exhibition soccer vic- John Stropnik fired home five gpajs as the Royals blasted the fedicine Hat Catalinis 10-2 in a' game played at the Civic Short Sport SERIES SWEEP MONTREAL (CP) Mont- guess, par" I might have made a Nicklaus missed par and the last hole, missing a 21-footer by inches as Palmer knotted it with par. .They then went into the''suddeiHleath playoffon the real Junior Cansdiens whipped Quebec "Remparb 7-1 Sunday night to wrap lip their best-o-f- five Eastern' Canada Memorial pup hockey finals 3-0. BRILL SETS MARK "'VANCOUVER (CP) Dyna- mic'Debbie Brill of Haney, B.C., set a Canadian record in the high jump Saturday, clearing five feet, inches with' her patented Brffl bend backwards leap at the Vancouver' re- ,lays. VOYAGEURS pUSTEP BUFFALO, N'.YV (AP) Buf- falo Bisons scored twice in the final period night to de- feat' Mpnkeal Vpyageurs 4-2 and eliminate" the American" Hockey League regular-season champi- ons from the Calder Cap play- WINGS LOSE SMTTH "WEYBURN, Sask. western Canada Memorial Cu champion Weyb'urn Red Wing leave (joday for Montreal an Ae Canadian junior hocke championship without forwar Scott Smith. Smith, picked up from Begin Pats" suffered a broken ankl last' week; during a practice, On the par 5, 555-yard No. 15, Nipklaus blasted a tremendous drive over the corner of a lake, whistled1 his approach 267 yards pin high and too putted. Palmer took par and it was over. PLAYED OFF PREVIOUSLY Palmer and Nicklaus had met in playoffs trace previously b.ut never head-lip in sudden death. Nicklaus'won the" 1962 United States Open in a playoff.with Palmer. In 1953 Palmer beat Nicklaus and Julius Soros in an- other 18-hole playoff for the Western Open. Rookie John Sebroeder, son of former tennis star Ted Schroe- der, played in the Nicklaus- Paliner group and closed with a brilliant'68 and'a tie with Lee Treylno for third at ?75. Gary Bowerniah of Toronto was the 'only Canadian to make it to the final round. He sh'ot a 77 Sunday for a 299 total and in winnings. Pair Fare Well At Meet Two members of the Leth- bridge Track "and Field Club fared well this weekend at a track meet in Westlpck. George Schmidt took first place in the men's open 440 as WILLIAMS WINS he ran' the distance in offs. TWQ-GAME LEAD FLIN FLON (CP) Flln Fion Bpniba's took a 2-0 lead in their 'Western Canada' Hockey League final series Sunday night Edmonton Oil Kings 3-i. STEWART TRIUMPHS Japan (AP) Jackie' Stewart of Scotland, r'eigning world autp racing championi'led all the way at an average" 120.2 miles an hour to win the Japan Automobile Fed- eration" Grand Prix by 60 sec- onds Sunday. CAPTURE CROWN VANCOUVER Van- couver Canucks wound up their last Western "Hockey League season by beating Portland B'uelcaroos 8-1 and retaining the Lester Patrick cup. Canucks, Who won the best- of-seven final 4-1, did it in spec- tacular style before a standing- room only crowd of ROOKIES MAKE IT INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) A'Canadian, a New Zealander and ah American finished "rookie" tests at the Indianapo- lis'Motor Speedway Saturday and were approved by a veteran drivers committee for qualifica- tion attempts for the 54th Indi- anapolis 500 May 30. WEST CHESTER, Ohio (AP) Fred Sommcr earned a sec-----Carl Williams, tuning up for qnd place finish in the juvenile the Indianapolis' 500, took the men's shot put with a heave of lead on the first lap and won the 42' '534" U.S. Auto Club sprint fea- There were a total of 436 lure Sunday night at Tri County cpmpetiloi-s at the meet. I Speedway. personal physician. Dr. Robert 2. Bennett, angrily denounced rumors that Louis had been tak- ing drugs. Joe had not been aim self, Bennett said, but "there is absolutely no trutJi to this." "We're trying to get Joe to enter a hospital within the next few'days." Bennett, who has attended Louis for 25 years, said: "Its ory. Centre. Mike Cerni added three goals or the winners while John Fom- radas rounded put the Leth- nridge scoring with a pair of markers. New York Mots spilled San Diego Padres 3-2 in the nightcap of a doubleheadcr after losing the opener 4-3 and St. Louis Cardinals and Houston Astros split a twin Cardinals winning the first game 7-4 and the Astros the second, 8-1. Rain washed out Uie Chicago-Atlanta game. In Saturday's action, Houston defeated 'St. Louis 5-3, Atlanta I beat Chicago 4-2, Cincinnati rainced Pittsburgh 7-2, Los An- geles, beat Montreal 7-3, San )iego defeated New York 54 and San Francisco crushed Phil- adelphia 7-1. 1IQRE RUNS THAN NEEDED The Dodgers for a change scored some runs for pitcher Claude he probably vished they had saved some for a rainy, day. During his first hree outings this year, Los An- geles wasn't able to score for .heir star southpaw. "It feels great to _get some runs for a said Osteen, who evened his record at 3-3. time I got out th'ere and did what I can to help. Joe's not himself and its time he realized it." SUFFERED ATTACKS Bennett, who is in Denver, said that during the last year Louis has suffered periodic at- tacks which caused 'him to be- 3me ill. The attacks that Louis suf- fered were the latest in a string of medical problems he has suf- fered in the last two years. In April, 1968, he was in hos- pital for several weeks to have his appendix and five gallstones removed. Then early last year, after fainting on a New York-street it was revealed that he had a heart condition. "It takes a lot of pressure off that you have in a one or two- run game for sure, it was my day." Billy Grabarkewitz high- lighted the Dodgers' '16-bJt off- eiice with three hits and five runs batted in. John Bench lashed a three-run homer and keyed two rallies with doubles to lead the Cincin- nati victory. Jim Merritt, who went 61-3 innings, picked up his sixth in the ma- jors. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM ABDULLAH vs JERRV CHRISTY Plus 4 Big Bouts WIDE TRACK TIRES (Include! mounting qnd balancing) PREMIUM GULF TIRES BELTED 4 PLY 2 PLY POLYESTER 2 PLY POLYGLASS Whitewqljs, all sites. THEY LAST 32 .95 jncjucjel mounting and balancing) HRST LINE 4 PLY NYLON OK.OO WHILE THEY LAST (Incjydet mounting and balancing) CORNER 3rd MAIN SERVICE gjnd 9th ST. 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