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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LETHBRIDGt HERALD May 1970 Mays Hits Two Home Runs For Giants Dodgers Do Some LongBall Hitting By THE CANADIAN PRESS Willie who at 39 no longer claims to be a home run poked a pair of them in a losing cause Friday night as Los Angeles Dodgers did some longball hitting cf their own to beat San Francisco Giants It wss 607 and 608 for Mays in his 19year National League within 106 of Babe Ruths alltime mark of Hank who just keeps Kiting Uis long ball at age drilled a tworun ho of the season and SCOth cf his help At lanta Braves to a 31 victory over Cincinnati Aaron also hit a bring ing las 18year career hit lota to Mays also is closing in on the coveted mark collecting three Friday to bring him to In cither NL Tom tossed a onehitter in NewYork Mets 44 triumph over Philadelphia Mon treal Expos nipped Pittsburgh Pirates Louis Cardinals blanked Chicago Cubs 10 and San Diego Padres downed Hous ton Astros 108 in 10 I dont consider myself a home run hitter Mays I just dont hit them consistently NOT THAT STRONG Whan I was younger Id hit one about every four Thais a home run But Im not that strong any His two homers managed to keep the Giants in the game early against the Dodgers who exploded for six first inning Willie Tom Haller and Wes Parker had tworun blasts for Los Jim Nash stopped the Reds on Ihree getting lastout help from 46yearold Hoyt Wilhelm and Aarons tworun blast in the Rico the Braves lefl also continued his tonid lifting his leagueleading average to and his consecu tive game hitting streak to 31 with a pair of His first scored who had dou in the The Aaron Iwd to be cne of the softest I ever t thought ft was a pop fly and was just haopy to get it into he Asked about his thoughts on Aaron replied ANDY CAPP FIERY ESCAPE Phil Labostie crawls away from flaming car after diving out the window following a crash with an exploding gas tank at Speedway escaped with burns on his The gas tank dropped off the car just ahead of him in Sport Shorts Of All Sorts OPENING VICTORY CAP Mel Daniels scored 16 of his 18 points in the final quarter in leading a drive that carried the Indiana Pacers to a 10993 vic tory over Los Angeles Stars Fri day night in the first game of the American Basketball Asso elation championship SHAUGHNESSY DIES SANTA AP one of the alltime great coaches of foot ball and often called the father cf the died He was WINS TWO CF Joyce a lifelong quadraplegic from White who competes successful ly with ambulatory Friday won two sharpshooting medals at the opening of the Western Canada Wheelchair NEW WONDER SEALANT for WET BASEMENTS DUGOUT SEEPAGE SOIL STABILIZATION EROSION CONTROL Kit FOR FREE ESTIMATES 3J78417 TROTTIEU NAMED OTTAWA CCP Guy Trot a 55goal scorer with Buf falo Bisons of the American Hockey Friday night received the Gil Julien tro phy as the top FrenchCana dian athlete of chosen by a committee of sports report VEGAS UPENDED AP Al Scooter of Grang stopped Les of on a disputed technical knockout in the fifth round of their sched uled 10roucd junior welter weight fight in Yakima Friday Judo Tourney Run Off Today VANCOUVER CP A from every province in Can man British Columbia judo team led1 by national feather weight champion Rick Yodo of suburban R i c h win compete today in the ninth annual Canadian Judo Championships who is captain ct he and national light weight champion Charles Maig a student at the Univer sity of Henry and Tuck both of are considered top threats in the About 110 entries are expect TRAP SHOOTING EVERY SUNDAY LETHBRIDGE FISH AND GAME RIFLE RANGE TOWARDS HARDIEVILLE ada for the champion s h i the first major event in the Festival Of of honor during the day long tournament will be Kim ura Japanese judo champion for 13 Other top contenders are de fending champions Vincent Grif fo of a middleweight Gil Champagne of light heavyweight and heavyweight Nick of Bow m a n at six six in ches and 250 pounds will be one of the most imposing competi tors in the Eliminations will be held throughout the with finals in the Five members of the L e t h bridge YMCA Judo Club will be taking part in the champion Making the trip to Vancou ver are Howard Da vid Ron Guy Sun ada and Ken LIONS INK PAIR VANCOUVER CP The British Columbia Lions of the Western Football Conference to day announced the signing of two defensive Signed are John an all conference defensive line man last fall in the Big Eight at Kansas and defensive back Jones who is drop ping out of the University oj Ari2Xna with a year of eligibil ity WONT PARTICIPATE LAGOS AP Nigeria will not participate in the Common wealth Games in if South Africas cricket tour of Britain goes the Nigeria external af fairs ministry said in a state ment here SCOTT RETIRES EDMONTON CP Charlie Scott of Calgary has retired as secretary manager of the Al berta Golf presi dent Tom Wood of Edmonton said Last Ties Are Broken YOU CAN OWN YOUR NEW HOME FOR LESS THAN PER MONTH Come m and lef our experienced salesman show 1970 PORT ROYAL 12x60 3 Bedrooms Completely Furnished ONLY 1970 PARAMOUNT I Zx44 2 Completely Furnished QWY WEST MOBILE HOMES OPEN BAIIY 9 to 9 OPEN FOR SUNDAY BROWSING EAST ON HIGHWAY 3 PHONE 3271906 AMSTERDAM AP The International Olympics Commit tee has broken its last ties with South Africa because of racial discrimination in It was the end of a long fight idiich had prevented South Af rica from competing in the J964 and 1968 summer The decision by a 35 to 23 eliminated the threat of a boycott by apartheid oppo nents of Uie 1972 Games in Mu Dennis president of the South African Nonracial Open Committee for Olympic Sports said he could not predict whether the IOC decision might promote racial integration of sports in South He stressed that the main point was Jiat the black sports men had finally won explicit IOC recognition that they were fjual to Other members of the group predicted that the IOC decision would lead to a complete isola tion of white sports in South Af Frank president of the Soulh African National Olympic estimated that the expulsion of South Af rica would put back nonwhite sportsmen in his country 50 Reg South Africas representative on the handed in his resignation as a result of the Ihink about bits get lo the j about hitting the ALLOWS ONE SINGLE who last year led the Mefs to a world winnto 25 struck cut allow n g only rookie Phils catcher Mike Conrotons second inning Seayer now leads tte maiors in strikeouts will Lefthander Dan McGinn of the Expos tossed straight complete his second his only two in the and stopped the Pirates on five He pot support from runscoring singles by John Bateman and Ren Jose Cardenals hroken bat single scored Joe Hague from third in the seventh inning for the games only run as the Car dinals moved to within one paras cf the Cubs in the NL The Mets trail the Cubs by only onehalf Nate Colbert rapped a tworun homer in the 10th giving the Padres their ending the Astros winning streak at four The Padres had scored twice in the nteth to tie the contest at helped by Houston shorstop Denis Menkes Menke had driven in two runs in the tap of Hie inning with a Jim Wynn had four RBI for ihe slugging his eighth a pair cf doubles and a Ivan Murrell had two roundtriupers and Ollie Brown one for the IM COINTTHROW MESELF N THE CANAL VERSELF OUT T MAKEVER MOTHERINLAW Minor Baseball Three Share Golf Lead FORT AP Roberto De Vicenzo and two others took a oneshot lead into todays third round of the Colonial national invita tion golf De Vicenzo carded a fourun derpar 66 Friday to move into a 36hole firstplace tie with Lee Trevino and Bob Smith at I think I am a little chicken played too said De He dropped birdie vvfja of and 25 He nissed a 12footer at the 18th lole that would have given him the For two birdies offset onepverpar The Texas sharpshooter said he abandoned his driver for an iron in many tees because of blus just tiding to keep he ball where I could work Lonrae Howg rapped out a triple and two doubles as the Downtown Lions edged the Ath letics 1210 in a Senior Little League Brad Cox was the win ning pitcher while John Wildman took the Ross Wakelin added two dou bles for the winners while Barry Sedgewick and Rick Collier had a double and two singles each for tile In another Senior Little League game Jerry Areshenko was tte winning pit cher as the Dodgers posted a 73 victory over the In Norcrest Little League ac Brian Robinson had a per fect day at the plate us he had a home two doubles and a single in four times at bat as the Giants bounced the Astros Gary Kaskiw gave up six bits in gaining the mound verdict while the loss was taken by Ken Eddie Leong had a home a double and a single for the winners while Ed Fix was top for the Astros with a dou 3le and Harry Blacker hurled a sev en hitter as the Pirates post ed a 237 Norcrest Little League victory over the Robert Skriver paced the Pir ftes attack against losing pit cher Dale Ptycia as he had a double and two singles while Scott Jarvic and Richard Shard low added a double and single Kick Laplace had a double and single in a losing cause for the Lome Osmond struck ou eight baiters and gave up onl one hit as the Indians cbalkec up a 63 Lakeside Little Leagui victory over the Greg Maxwell paced the ft dians against losing hurler Bri an Gaskell as he stroked a dou Ron Schwartz was the win ning pitcher as Hie Rockets up erded the Jets 149 in Lakeside Minor League Ron Schwartz Wt a home run and double and pitched his club to a win as the Buffaloes edget tha Bears 109 in a Norcresf Minor League Bruce Olsen was the winning pitcher while the loss was tagged on Mike Park as the Sign With Esks EDMONTON Ca nadian college draft choices trom Ontario have been signed by Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Football It was announced Evald Paul Hender shot and Robert McGregor are from Waterloo Lutheran1 Uni versity and Fred Promoli is rom the University of LETHBRIDGE MOTORCYCLE CLUB HILL CLIMB MAY 18 North 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