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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ Wednesday, May 20, 1970 Plaintiff Appeared Nervous As Case Opened Flood Will Call On Other Players As Witnesses ANDY CAPP Race Results NEW YORK fAP) Curt Flood's witnesses in "his suit against baseball likely will in- clude other former players, a source close to the former .St. Louis Cardinal outfielder told The Associated Press today. While the source said he was unable to divulge the names of any prospective witnesses, it is assumed that any former play- ers called in support of Flood would document their dealings in baseball within the frame- work of the controversial re- serve system, which Flood is challenging hi the case being heard in U.S. District Court here. Both the the a day off today to continue to plot their strategy for the re- sumption of proceedings Thurs- day following an opening ses- sion hi which Flood testified. The onetime e a r outfielder appeared tense on the witness stand, was admonishw by Judge Irving Ben Cooper fo not answering questions prc perly and needed a baseba' bubblegum card to refresh hi memory on his own batting av erages. But his attorney, Arthur Gold EDMONTON (CP) Northlands ParK race results Tuesday: First claiming, and up 7 (Stadnyk) 8.00 4.70 3.10 Mantl's Imp (Pacheco) 8.10 5.50, Eljs- {Baril} 7.80. Time: 2-5 Hobo's Delight, Ken Kat, Old Army Bonny Air's, Whirling Wave also ran. Second 3-year-old maidens, 7 furlongs Brazen Bully (Morris) 8.70 4.70 2.80, Canel Hope (StadnykJ 3.50 2.90, Lo- llta's Hope (Hunt) 3.80. Time: 3-5 Crustacean, Black Current, Taber's Finley Interested NEW YORK (AP) Clar- ence Campbell, president of the National Hockey League, says Charles 0. Finley, owner of Oakland Athletics of profes- sional baseball, is interested in purchasing the financially- plagued Oakland Seals of the NHL. It was Hie first official confir- mation Finley was interested in the hockey team, although it had been rumored twice earlier this month. At Tuesday's NHL meeting, Campbell said Finley had "inti- mated he'd be interested if the price is right. However, it would be improper of me to discuss any further acceptability oE any applicant." Campbell said nothing could be done, however, until after May of a California Su- perior Court hearing on a suit involving the ownership of the Seals. "The Seals will remain in Oakland next added Campbell. "You can count on that." Last, Ron Dot, Hope's Image als ran. DAILY DOUBLE: SJ4.70. Third allowance, 3 fur longs Miss Sluart (Glesbrecht) 3.80, Pixie Belle !W. Coombs) 4.60 3.80 Twin's Pride (Morris) 6.60. Time: :36 Just Society, Future Session, Sueltan Chariot's Page, Winged Blue also ran Fourth claiming, -year-olds and up mile and 1-16 Merry Sailor (Billlngsley) 6.00 3.' 3.00, Draw Weight (R. Cornbs) 4.80 3.50 Dale's Mistake (Stadnyk) 6.20. Time: Judge Alone, Silk Buttons, Q u e Dale, True Trust, Dark Susan also ran Film claiming, 4-year-olds, 7 fur- ongs Cort Majtc (Shields) 5.20 2.90 2.60 Singing Surf (Sfadnyk) 3.10 2.70, F" dls Dandy (W. Coombs) 3.10. Time: 2-5 Wood National, Princess Lanl, Magic Wink, Miffed, Counless Belinda alsc ran. EXACTOR: 515.90. Sixth claiming, -year-olds and up, 7 Furlongs. Rosie's Steel (K. Whittle] 7.10, 4.30 3.70, Hel Halcon (Parsons) 7.60 5.60 Bahrain Iran (Stadnyk) 6.90. Time: Careless Sun, Hermine's King, Raid ;r Boy, MaxI Dent, Cash Deposit also ran. Seventh "Ladies in Waiting Handi- 4-year-olds and up, 6Vi furlongs Sweet Byeandbye (Parsons) 5.70 3.50, Obaro's Babe (R. Combs) 3.30 2.70, Canga! (Giesbrecht) 2.60. Time: 4-5 Dark Stars Girl, Wllorene, Graceful aasie, Lar's Theme also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs. Game Boy (Parsons) 7.50 3.70 2.90, Senor Tiger (Turctsky) 3.40, 2.40, Dark louse (Giesbrecht) 3.30. Time: My Escudo, Dexter Boy, Courteous, Quarry Point, Binding Ways also QU1NELLA: 114.50. SETS RECORD ANAHEIM (AP) -Roger Brown shot 53 points Tuesday night, an American Basketball Association playoff record to ead Indiana Pacers to a 142-120 victory over Los Angeles Stars and a 3-1 lead in their best-of- seven championship series. RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 Miners Battle Enchant One game will be run off to- light in the City Recreation Baseball League. Lethbridge Junior Miners will try to win their third-straight as they meet the Enchant led Sox at Henderson Park at eight o'clock. Miners have a 2-0 record in eague play as they took a pair if games from Milk River Sun- day. Enchant, meanwhile, has a record of 1-1 after Sunday's opening day action as they split a pair of games with the defending champion Vul can Giants. Next league action after to- night will take place Sunday when four doubleheaders are on tap. Here hi Lethbridge, the Crigh- ton Cubs, who won their first two games, face the Miners twice at Henderson Park. Taber will travel to Pincher Creek, Enchant will meet the Brooks Lions twice in Brooks while Milk River will be in Vul- can to hook up with the Giants. SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan Locals Win IHviee In Drag Event It was a good and bad day !or Lethbridge drivers at the Victoria Day drag races at Shep- lard Haceway in Calgary. While two local driver jrought home silverware .liird brought home an assort ment of bumps and bruises. Glen Miller took top honors in e Dial Your Own Handicar >racket with a victory over Zol on Gergely in the "A" section inal. Gergely didn't come homi empty hawled however, as hi von the "B" section to advance against Miller in the final. Hayden Powis of Lethbridgi escaped serious injury when iis left front wheel departed rom his car at a time when 'owis was doing better than 0 mph. The driver wasn't in- ured but the car spun once around and then left the track. Cars from various parts ol vestern Canada and the Unit- d States took part in the one- ay event. BOYS' ALPACA SWEATERS V-Neck, long sleeved- assorted colors. O.95 Reg. 11.95 SPECIAL mm at LEO SINGER'S Men's Short Sleeve Cotton Sport Shirts Knit Shirts 3-Button Pullover with new High V styling. Mock Turtle Necks In the brightest array of Summer colors. 9 Bermuda Shorts Assorted patterns and colors. Boys' Short Sleeved Sport Shirts Latest body shirl styling assorted A Selection of MEN'S SUITS Ideal for graduation. AND LESS We carry only nationally advertised brand name men's and wear LEO SINGER MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR Where a Gentleman's Charge Account Allows You to SG! Your Own Terms Sth Street S. Phone 327-3958 WAS a wry smile in the corner of Pat SMmbaslu's mouth Saturday evening. The Taber Civic Centre Building Fund, of which Shimbashi is the chairman, had just seen the end of its Celebrities and Sweepstakes Dinner an event which has to be termed a success. Saturday's dinner was held in an effort to raise money for the new Civic Centre and, according to Shimbashi, it did. The 'chairman figures some will be added to the fund's bank account. While the dinner committee was probably hoping for more, a three grand profit for one night's efforts isn't too bad. After a majority of .the nearly 600 people on hand had departed, I was able to talk with Shim- bashi and when the question of how many tickets and how much money was raised was asked, it was then Shimbashi chuckled. Although he didn't come right out and say it, one gathered, from between the lines of conversa- tion, that the building fund coffers are not suffering and the dinner was just an excellent way to get a lot of people out to see the work which had been put into the new Civic Centre. If this was the case, Shimbashi and his mates were successful. They have an outstanding complex and I can get everyone who attended the dinner to attest to that. Let it be said here and now that the Taber Civic Centre is the nicest I have seen. It is truly a fantastic edifice. Nothing is left to the imagination. For jne to try and describe it as I saw it would make for long and tedious reading. What I can tell you about it is that, at present, it contains an area for hockey that will seat more than a curling rink, complete with six sheets of ice and a skating rink which can be converted into three or maybe four more sheets of curling ice. All this does not make for an impressive civic centre you may say, but consider the fact that it is all under one roof and yet completely independent of one another. While Shimbashi wanted everyone to see the arena, skating rink and curling portion of the Civic Centre, he was also ready to describe the other con- tents. With the ice surfaces the focal point of the com- plex, an auditorium will be built at one end while at the other end a golf course is in the making. Add to this a swimming pool, a baseball diamond and playground for the kids and what more can you ask for? A fantastic edifice seems like a buttered up des- cription of a.building, but it is indeed the only way to describe the Taber Civic Centre. I had a chance to talk with Scotty Munro Sat- urday night and loved every minute of it. It was my first real meeting with the gentleman who at one time piloted the Lethbridge Native Sons and it was a most enjoyable chat. only is he a pleasant conversationalist but I liked what he had to say about Len Frig. You may remember Frig from when he played with the Lethbridge Sugar Kings. According to Scotty Frig can't miss the big time. He could, and who is better to judge than Munro, play in the expansion league next season. Howie Heggedal's name popped up as well and Scotty was more than pleased with his performance in the playoffs. Heggedal was plagued with bad luck all season but was outstanding when the chips were down. It was interesting to see Munro in Taber but, according to stories, he has been a frequent visitor there since it was revealed that Estevan is looking for a new home. And I'll tell, Scotty likes what he saw in Taber. berg, former U.S. Suprcn Court Justice, did lead Floe and Marvin Miller, executi director of the Major Lcagi Baseball Players Associalio through testimony vital to plaintiffs case. Prom Flood, Goldberg elicitc the response that he decided bring suit against baseball aft being traded by St. Louis Philadelphia because "I didn think I should be traded a: treated like a piece pro erly." From Miller, G o 1 d b e r elicited the response that in h admittedly expert opinion tl reserve system "is unnecessa ily restrictive and can b modified in a manner to serv the players, the owners and U fans. But Flood was the man in th spotlight as he hunched i'onvan in the witness chair and trace his long baseball career. During that testimony made the points that he was n consulted either of the tn times he was traded in the m, jors and that his refusal to jo: the Phillies had to do with th principle of being traded wit out his consent rather than money. "I didnt want .to move m business and family to anothi part of the United States. Flood explained. He also ai swered "no" when asked b Goldberg if he would play fo another club at a higher salar if he were traded without hi consent by the Phillies. Flood, in his suit, contenc that the system operates .in re straint of trade and therefor violates federal antitrust law: His case is unique because marks the first time the meril of the reserve system are bein argued in court. Four Share Low Net Honors B and R Men's. Wear heli Hito tlreir two-point lead atop he Country Club Golf Leagm tandings after Tuesday night'; action. B and R has a total of 2; >oints while holding down sec nd place is Beny's with 2: Doug Brown of Lilydale am 3ob Parsons of Parsons tie( or the low 'gross honors, eac] iring a 39. Four golfers sharing a low et as Bob Babki of CHEC -lurray McKay of Lethbridg< )ffice Furniture, Trev Janson of Beny's and Ed Clarke o Beny's each had a 32. In the only sweep of the night, Hepps took eight points from Eaton's. At Henderson Lake Bastedos came up with an eight-point sweep over Safeways as the; moved to within one point o: the lead in Lakeside League action. Led by- Den Tillotson, Ak Oshiro, Nick Onofrychuk anc Bill Lazaruk they posted 138 for low team net as well as a sweep of points. Tillotson fired a 39 for low gross while Oshiro had a low net of 32. STANDINGS COUNTRY CLUB B and R Mens Wear.............23 Benys Lilydale..................... Dorlgattis................... Tollcstrups.................. Hepp 3ackers Eatons........... _eth. Office Furniture Parsons..................... Atlas Astros.................. CHEC LAKESIDE rsons Bastedos.................... 27 ingers.................. 23 :lemings................... 23 CHEC....................... 22 Owens.....................22 ioulh. Alfa Co-op............... 20 iafeways.................. 19 Tne Herald.................. 'ahuljes................... Cascade............... Doricjattis.................. :raches.................... Kimuras................... Walkers.................... A and W..................... IS SQUIRE MOBILE HOMES AT TRAILER CITY The Answer To The Housing Problem In Lethbridge! All Going at Enormous Savings During Our Mammoth Spring Sale Squire Homes are fit for a king! Cheese from all siici in singla or double unitt as illustrated. Single units In 1 er 2 bed- rooms, double unit! in 2 or 3 bedrooms. LOW DOWN PAYMENTS! ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING! Anything of Taken In Trade! UNITED MOTORS COR. 3rd AVE., 3rd ST. S. PHONE 327-2805 Says: WIDEN STANCE FOR HIGH WEDGE Tlie fairway w.cdgc is s. great recovery club. It can rescue you from many an "impossible" sit- uation. Let's say you've (hit the ball'off the fairway and behind a tree that blocks your way to the green. Since the limbs, arc low lo the-ground, your only chance is to hit over it. Considering you a good lie, 'take" the fainvay' wedge and assume an open, wider, than usual stance. Play the ball forward, off your Icft.hcel, and open the dnb- a bit (pointing it right of The idea is to slide the clubhcad under the ball with good- wrist action. The wide stance.will automat- ically restrict body action and shorten the backswing; ideal foe this shot. Pick the clubhcad up early in" the backswing and keep your- action slow as you move easily through Ihc ball. Jackson Will Play OTTAWA (CP) Huss Jack- son, former quarterback star with Ottawa Rough Riders, will come out of retirement briefly lo play for his old club in the Canadian Football League all- star game here July 2. Ottawa, from whom Jackson retired last year, will play a CFL all-star team to raise money for the CFL players pen- sion fund. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GBL ,..25. 10 .714 ...20 16 .541 16 17 .485 15 17 .469 15 20 ..129 ..11 20 .355 laillmcrs lew York Ioston Detroit Cleveland Minnesota _........ California ......25 12 .676 Vi lakland 18 19 .486 7'A ;nicago 15 21 .417 10 Kansas City 13 23 .361 12 Milwaukee 72 23 .343 12Va 'ODAY'S GAMES Oakland Dobson 3-4 fit Milwaukee .ockwood O-.O N Minnesota Boswell 1-5 at Kansas City ohnson 1-1 N California Murphy 4-3 at Chicago ohn 3-6 Baltimore Phoebus 3-1 at Detroit Cain 3-2 N Boston Siebert 3-1 at Cleveland Mo lowell 5-3 N Washington Coleman 1-3 at New York .ahnsen 3-3 N UESDAY'S RESULTS QOO 210 000-4 a 1 OSton 210 MO 011-5 9 1 Niekro, McRae (4) Lasher (1-3) id Freehan; Nagy, srange (4! Jai 6) Brett (6) Lonborg (3-1) (B) and Yloses. HRs: (10) et-Cash Baltimore 002 001 9 0 EW York 008 TflO 000-1 4 D Palrrter (3-2) and Dalrymple; Cum- erland (1-3) Waslewski (7) Klimkowski and Munson. HR: (11) alifornra 100 001 100-3 10 2 hicago 000 OO 2 1 May (3-2) and Azcue; Horlen (5-3) Wood (9) and Brfnfcman, Hermann 9) HR: Repoz level and ooi ooo i s o 'ashington ooi ooo i s o Moore (3-3) Colbert (5) Hennigan (7) nd Fosse; Coleman and Casario- a. HRs: Wash. froud. akland 100 002 7 7 litwaukee DOS ooo 6 8 o Hunter. (4-4) Downing (3) Roland Segul (7) and Duncan; Morris (2-4) Roof. HRs: Oak Jackson w-Harper inesota 012 000 OOI 11 0 ansas City 300 000 010 10 1 Tiant, Hall (8) Zepp (B) Perranoski 3-1) )9) and Ratliff; Morehead, Burg- eier (0-7) (70) and KIrkpatrick. HR: EAGUE LEADERS irew, Minn rfcrinson, Bal Johnson, Cal nella, KC nson, Clfi oaricio, Chi Alou, Oak hile, NY nine, Det..... Encer, Cal AB 19 H Pel. 37 .411 45 .395 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Chicago New York St Louis Pittsburgh Philadelphia Montreal 19 77 17 14 13 West L PCt. 76 .529 17 .528 .500 .447 Cincinnati Los Angeles 1 Atlanta .......s Houston......7 San Francisco 1 San Diego 1 TODAY'S GAMES .718 .595 .556 .4B7 .462 .415 5 SVa Philadelphia Wise 2-2 at Pittsburgh Veale 2-4 N S.t Louis Torrez 3-3 at Houston Wil- son 7-0 N Los Angeles Foster 2-4 at San Diego Roberts 3-2 N Atlanta Nesh 5-7 at San Francisco Perry 5-4 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 100 Wfl 000-1 5 1 Cincinnati 000 000 6 4 Decker (7-3) Abernathy (7) Colborn (B) and Hiatt; Nolan (6-2) Guilelt (8) Granger (9) and Bench. St. Louis 000 60P 12 1 Houstar 100 001 110- 352 Guzman (1-0) and Torres; Splnks (0-1) Cook (4) Billinanam (7) DiLauro (7) Bouton (8) and Edwards, Bryant HR: Sf. L _ Allen Philadelphia no OOO 7 0 Pills burgh 000 COO 041 Short Bates; Ellis (2-4) and Sanguiiien. New York 300 TOO f 0 Montreal 300 000 B 1 153 23 55 .359 98 12 34 .347 105 10 36 .343 118 22 40 .339 148 20 50 .33fi 46 .333 40 .328 110 15 36 .327 Sadecki (2-0) McGraw (9) and Grote; McGinn (3-2) Strohmayer (7) Reed (9) and Bateman. HRs: 2 (5) Swoboda (1) Jones (1) Clendenon Mil. Phillips (3) Bocabella Los Angeles 003 100 ft 10 1 an Diego ooi 100 3 s o Sutton (6-4) and Haller; Kirby (2-5) Ross (4) Dukes (8) and Cannizzaro. HRs: SD-Murrell (fi) Colbert LA BASEBALL Atlanta 000 300 I 3 an Francisco ooi 010. i j e Pappas (Ml and Dldier; Marichal 1-2) and Dielz. HR: LEAGUE LEADERS A8 :arly, Atl.......730 Grabark'lz, LA 94 Perez, Cin Money, Pha 109 Aaron, Atl 134 Clemente, Pgh 173 Menke, Hous 147 Henderson, SF 747 Dietz, SF....... 115 Cepeda, Atl 134 H Pci. 54 .415 37 .394 56 .384 40 .367 46 .343 42 .341 50 .340 50 39 ,339 M .328 FAMOUS FLEETWOOD Full 4 Ply 7.75x14 Whitewall PRICED AT ONLY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 407 In A.. South Phont 337-4886 i" 3J7-4445 ;