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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta WwlnHday, Mcy ID, 1170 THI UTHMIDCE HERALD IS HITCHING A looks like it from here but what really happened was the fellow hitching a ride actually missed in ottemtping to head the ball. It would appear he is comfortably on the back of the opposition player. Cricket Tour Will Go On Repercussions Expected LONDON (R e u t e r s) A South African cricket tour of Britain, given the go-ahead Tuesday, is expected to have definite repercussions on British general elections and on the coming multi-racial Common- wealth Games in Edinburgh. McFadden Wins Twice Lethbridge Motorcycle Club members won four of five events Monday at the first boll climb of the year. Dean McFadden was a double winner as he captured top hon- ors in the BOOcc class aboard Husquvaroa and then took the over SOOcc title on a Norton. Morris Soencn, on a Mote Beta, won the lOOcc section while Ron Olshaski picked up top honors in the 230cc division on a Yamaha. Rex Turple el Red Deer broke (he Lethbridge monoply as he won the open class on a Triumph. Better than people were on hand Monday. Fourteen from Africa plus India, Pakistan and threatened to boycott the Games when they start in July if the all-while South African cricket squad is allowed to play in Britain. Leaders of .the Labor party are believed to be worried that demonstrations in Britain against the tour may damage party prospects during the cur- rent election campaign. The election, scheduled for June 18, will be held fihe day the tour opens. Prime Minister Wil- son has said he will not cancel the South African visit, although the pro-Labor Daily Mirror today said he may yet consider taking this drastic step. Hundreds of police in Wales told an annual police conference 'they will not volunteer to con trol crowds during anti-tour demonstrations this summer un less restrictions on their ability to defend themselves are lifted DECISION CHEERED In South Africa, the decision 4o go ahead with the tour made by the English Cricket Council was greeted with jubilation in cricket circles. Militant anti-apartheid zations have scheduled major demonstrations for the start of (he first test match June 18. But when cricket council sec- retary Billy Griffith announced Tuesday that'the tour will go ahead, he also promised a quick decision as to whether the cricket authorities would change the dates of the first test. Nevertheless, the 12 days be- tween the South Africans first exhibition game In Briiain and polling day are likely to be filled with protests. Short Puts Halt To Philadelphia Streak Twins Keep Lead On Carew's Heroics lion C'arew, tne American League's hottest hitter, beat out a bunt in the 10th inning Tues- day night and, moments later, sprinted home on a wild piteh to give Minnesota Twins a 5-4 nod over Kansas City Hoyals. The Twins' sixth straight vic- tory kept them one-half game ahead of the second-place Cali- fornia Angels in the AL's West Division as the Angels trimmed Chicago White Sox 3-0 on Rudy May's two-hitter." Meanwhile Tommy Harper, the base-stealing king, returned from a two-game injury layoff to rip four hits, including a home run, and pick up his 17th theft as Milwaukee Brewers beat Oakland Athletics 6-3. Their seventh triumph in 10 games, coupled with Kansas City's first loss in eight extra-in- ning contests, brought the last- place Brewers within half a length of the Royals in the West. Elsewhere, Baltimore Orioles, East Division leaders, downed New York Yankees 5-1; Boston Red Sox shaded Detroit Tigers 5-4 and Washington Senators topped Cleveland Indians 3-1. Carew went in to bat in the 10th against Kansas City re- liever Tom Burgmeier after going O-t'or-3 in regulation play. He outlegged a bunt toward third, took second" on another safe bunt by Tony Oliva, moved to third on a long fly out and tien tallied the winning run when Burgmeier uncorked a wild pitch. The Twins had tied the game on Cesar Tovar's run-scoring single in the ninth. Bob Oliver drove in all the Royals', runs with a first-inning homer and eighth-inning single. May gave up a second-inning single by Ken Berry and then held the White Sox hitless until the ninth, when Walt Williams singled. The Angels' southpaw struck out 10 and retired 19 straight batters in one stretch on the way to his third victory in five decisions. Roger Repoz drove in two California runs with a homer and double. Meanwhile in the NL two hours of surgery was ne- cessary last June to put Chris Short back together again, ex- actly the same amount of time it took the Philadelphia south- paw to operate on Pittsburgh Pirates and get the Phillies in working order again. Both operations were success- first, last June 13 was needed to remove a herm'ated1 disc from SKort's the latest, performed Tuesday FOR YOUR VACATION Be It BEACH, BOATING or BACKYARD For SUN, SWIM OR SKI YOU CAN HAVE MORE FUN, FROLIC AND FESTIVITY IN OUR COOL, CASUAL CLOTHES FOR MEN, YOUNG AND OI.DI Windbreakers Shirts Swim Trunks Jackets Slacks Straw Hats St'Xrt'Xt 321 5th St. S. 327-3730 Minor BaU Reno Trentinl blasted a home run, double and two singles as the Pirates scored a 28-7 Nor crest Little League victory over the Astros. Gordon Fender was the win ning pitcher while Paul Tarna- va took the loss. Robert Skriver added two doubles and two singks for the winners while Keith Burgess had a double and three singles and Mark Hirotsu a triple and two singles for the Astros. Dennis Taylor picked up the mound victory as the Bluejays dumped the Cardinals 14-8 ia a Lakeside Little League tilt. Neil Povey paced the Blue- jays at the plate against losing pitcher Doug Cavers as he hac a double and tyx> singles while teammate Dennis Taytar added a double and single. In' another Lakeside Little League game, the Indians took a 16-10 win from the Red Sox. Darnel Osmond was the win- ning pitcher while Terry Hein- rick absorbed the loss. Greg Maxwell had two dou- bles and two singles for the In- dians while Terry McNeely added too doubles. Greg Graham had a double and three singles in a losing cause. Locals Second In Dart Event A' team from Calgary carted off top money at the annual Labor Olub triples dart tourna- ment held on the weekend. Les Peters, Cliff Chapeey and Bob Davidson combined to win top money of Second place in the event went to a Lethbridge trio of George Ponech, Jay Harris and Don Rea. The locals picked up JIM. Another Calgary threesome was third. Roman Hoffman, (en Walker and Joe Amess won Bill Lee, Ernie Shaw and Earl Stenbeck of Lethbridge were fourth followed by Syl >och, Peter Connix and Barry Olson, also el Lethbridge. Sixth place went to Mike Johnston, Emery Fields and Albert Four- nier of the city. Ross Blackmer picked up the pitching win as the Dodgers romped to a 15-2 Senior Little League victory over the Lions. Jerry Aresbenko_ rapped out too doubles for the Dodgers while Bob Olshaski, Mike Cal- der and Greg Bosch each chipped in with too singles. Paul Byrne faced only 19 bat- ters in a six-inning game as he fired a no-hitter at Twins lead- ing the Tigers to a 12-0 victory in Lakeview League action. Byrne fanned 11 on tie way to his victory. Tim O'Brien, the loser, struck out nine. Larry Lennon belted too dou- bles and a single for the Ti- gers. Rodney Olshaski pounded out a triple and a single. In Norterest League action the Giants edged the Expos 9-8 in extea innings. Eddie Leong was the winning pitcher the loss went to Dale Ptycia. night, helped the snap 10-game losing string. Short limited the Pirates to four hits while walking none atd striking out 10 in the Phils' 2-0 triumph. In otKer NL action, New York Mets socked Montreal Expos 7- 4, Cincinnati Keds downed Chi- cago Cubs 3-1, St. Louis Cardi- nals trounced Houston Astros 12-2, Los A n g e 1 es Dodgers routed San Diego Padres 8-3 and Atlanta Braves downed San Francisco Giants 4-2. Short got all the support be needed in the opening innhg when Deron Johnson drove in Montreal Each In Sixth Place Expos Ahead Of Pace MONTREAL (CP) Mont real Expos moved just ahead ol last year's attendance pace anc slipped back into sixth place in the National League's East Di vision Tuesday night at Jarrj Park. A crowd of was on hani as Ray SadecM won his fith car eer decision over Montrea against no defeats as New Yorl Mets dumped the Expos 7-4. Tuesday's crowd brought th attendance for this seasoi :o for 12 playing dates compared with for the same number of dates last year The Expos' loss, coupled wit' Philadelphia Phillies' 2-0 victory over Pittsburgh Pirates, movec Jw Phillies into fifth place in the East Division, one-hal game ahead of Montreal. The game started out as a slugfest with each team scorin three runs in the opening in ning. Tom Agee led off the first for lie Mets with his first of twatters in five innings as the Cowboys blasted the Leth- bridge Hotel 10-0. Harry Malchow paced the Cowboys at the plate agains osing pitcher Bill Jackson as le stroked a three-run home run while Ron Tfatch hit a dou lie in a losing cause. The Labor Club bounced Nu- Mode Homes 11-3 as Tom Yip vas the winning pitcher while he loss went to Ewan McKen- zie. Terry Rhoades was top man or the Labor Club as he hac wo singles. Two games will be played to- night at Dave Elton as the Alex- andra Hotel meets the Contract- ws at seven o'clock while at :30 the Marquis Hotel will tan- gle with the RCMP, EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR SHOE REPAIR MIKE HANZEL 317.7th STREET SOUTH Fly Suzuki Built to Take on the Country HONCHO ON DISPLAY NOW! TS-90 HONCHO fpovds -II h.p. at 7500 rpm ground -Spetdi te 75 mph -No down poymtnt -At liltlo 01 4.95 a BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd AY., t. Mion. 327-322! "OVER 300 BICYCLES IN STOCK" OPIN THUM. und Ml. TILL p.m. "Servinfl Soulhwn Alberta For 30 Yean" to load tlffi bases and Ron Fairly hit a sacrifice fly to Agee in centre field to drive in Mont- real's third run. Track Meet Next Week The annual Junior High School Track Meet will be held next Tuesday afternoon at the Civic Centre. Schools participating in the event will be Gilbert Paterson, Allan Watson, Hamilton, Wil- son, Catholic Central and Em- manuel Christian. A number of trophies and medals will be presented to the major winners in the various classifications by George Mc- Killop. Mr. McKillop will also hand out the first, second and third place ribbons. Sadecki got into trouble in the bottom of the second inning when Montreal loaded the bases with one out. Bob Bailey, who cracked grand-slam the game-winning home run in the Expos 84 win over the Mets Monday, came up to the plate. Sadecki got Bailey to hit a low fastball and it resulted in a double play to end the inning. The Mets pushed across a run in the fourth to grab a 4-3 lead and added two runs in the sev- enth on homers by Cleon Jones and Clendeno and another in the ninth on Agee's second rround-tripper. Tne Expos scored a single run in the bottom of the ninth on a pinch-hit home run by John Boccabella. Sadecki posted his second vic- tory of the season against no de- feats. Both his wins have come against Montreal. John Briggs with a single. Tho Phils added a run in the second. Bernie Carbo's seventh-inning two-run triple f o 11 o w e d by Tommy Helms' single gave the Reds all the runs they needed against the Cubs. Gary Nolan, scattered five hits but needed relief help in the eighth. HITS 13TH HOMER Richie Allen slammed his 13th homer of the three- run capped a s_ix- run outburst in the fourth inning as the Cards routed Houston be- hind the five-hit hurling of rookie right-hander Santiago Guzman. Bill Sudakis cracked a three- run homer and Wes Parker drove in two runs with a double, backing the eight-hit pitching of Don Sutton in the Dodgers easy victory over the Padres. Ivan Murrell and Nate Colbert drilled homers for San Diego. Milt Pappas, making his first appearance since being side- lined April 21 with a fractured finger, limited the Giants to five hits and was backed by an eight-hit Braves attack off loser Juan Marichal. 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