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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Second Straight Shutout For McGlotlilin Stottlemyre Wins Despite Control Troubles Friday, May JJ, WO THI IEIH1RID5S HERALD 9 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Yankees Mel -Stot- ttemyre allowed six hits and irtiiked 11 other Wasnington Senators Thursday. But when it was all over, none of those Washington runners had crossed home plate. The Yankees had a satisfying if bizarre 2-0 victory. In the only other American League games played Thursday night, Cleveland Indians ripped Boston Red Sox 10-7 and Detroit Tigers split a double-header with Baltimore Orioles, whining the first game 6-4 before drop- ping the nightcap 3-1. Washington loaded Hie bases on a single and two more walks in the ninth and lanky Steve Hamilton relieved. He struck out Mike Epstein and Bernle Allen to end the game. The Senators stranded 14 .base runners in all. Washington Man- ager Ted Williams said: "There is no excuse." The Yanks managed just three hits but one. of them was Danny Cater's two-run homer in UK fifth inning, accounting far both runs. Meantime in the National Lea gue Richie Allen belted a two- run, ninth inning homer Thurs day night, the first time lie has played to Philadelphia since the traded him last fall to St. Louis Cardinals. But the dropped the game 4-3 on a ninth-inning, run by Philadel- phia. Jim McGlothlin, the right-han- Vndefeated Teams Meet In Baseball First Race Meet Set For Sunday The first stock car meet of the season will hold the sport this weekend in south- ern Alberta. Southern Alberta Auto Rac- ers will open their 1970 season Sunday afternoon at Exhibition Speedway and will introduce a new class of competition. The "D" class cars have been dropped by SAAR and have been replaced by a class called Sportsman "V-8." Besides the new class, there will also be a number of races in "B" and "G" class. Drivers from Taber, Brooks, the Cr'owsnest Pass, and Kal- ispeli, Montana have been in- vited to race Sunday. Races will get underway at two o'clock. Barry Golberg and his Leth- bridge Junior Miners have been hit by some sort of jinx every time they meet the Crighton Cubs but Golberg is confident that the jinx will be snapped Sunday when the only two luv beaten teams in the City Rec- reation Baseball League meet in a doubleheader at Hender- son Park. Reserve Clause Losing Battle? Flood Gets Support NEW YORK (AP) Jim Brosnan came home from work at the ball park one day in 1954 to find his wife upset. She said it was because of the steaks. Brosnan now knows it was because of the reserve clause. "Brosnan, owned by the Chi- cago Cubs organization, would travel up and down the minor league ladder five times during the 1954 season, the reserve sys- tem permitting the parent club to transfer his contract when- ever and wherever they de- cided. When he came home this par- ticular day there was a notice to pack up and move on. "My wife threatened to di- vorce the pitcher-author explained in court Tuesday as he testified in the Curt Flood euit against-baseball.. "She bad just bought two weeks of steaks to put in the freezer. She wanted to know what to do with the steaks." And, asked counsel, just to complete the record, could Brosnan say what she finally did with the steaks. Allan Ford Signs Contract REGINA (CP) Alan Ford, versatile end and punter who first joined Sas- katchewan Koughriders in 1966, has signed for Hie 1970 season and three top Canadian draft choices have signed tryout con- tracts, the Western Football Conferees club announced to- day. "She gave replied Brosnan, "to the player who re- ported in my place." The little story, which brought laughter to the courtroom, made a point for Flood's posi- tion that baseball's reserve sys- tem can influence the lives ol players in small ways as well as large. Proving that the reserve sys- tem is too restrictive as pres- ently constituted is a key to Flood's contention that the .sys- tern baseball operates is in re- straint of trade and therefore violates federal antitrust stat- utes. HELD BACK BOOK .Brosnan, who became more famous as an author than as a pitcher when he wrote The Long Season; also pointed out that re- strictive clauses in the player contract had kept him from having his work published dur- ing the playing season. Brosnan's testimony, coming as it did from a player of aver- age skills, obviously was de- signed to contrast with the testi- mony given earlier in the day by two Hall of Fame Hank Greenberg and Jackie Robinson. Citing the, reserve clause a; "obsolete and an liquate d': Greenberg.said the sport needs a change to help cement rela- tions between the players and the owners. Greenberg, who also talks from front office experience as a one-time part-owner of two different clubs, said the reserve the option re- newal "a unilateral contract in which the player has no choice but to accept terms SHOTGUN SHOOTERS The LETHBRIDGE TRAP CLUB Invites you to come out and sharpen up for the coming season. Frea instruct ion upon rtquett OPEN: Wednesday p.m. Saturday p.m. Sunday p.m. Club located miles south of the Drive- in Theatre on Highway No. 5 and miles west. For further information Phone 327-8127 or 327-6331 Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WINDSHIELDS INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS PLEXIGLAS MIRRORS GLASS All TYPES ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS and CABINETS ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD LUMBER PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE Corner 5th Ave., 4th St. S. Phone 327-1581 because he can't play else- where." Greenberg, former Detroit Ti- gers slugger, suggested the clause be eliminated and re- placed by a provision that only bound a player to a club for a certain number of years. Hobinsori, former Brooklyn Dodgers star, characterized the reserve clause as "one-sided in favor of the owners" and said if it was not modified it would lead to a strike by the players. Miner's Golf This Sunday The annual Miners Library golf tournament is scheduled for Sunday at Henderson Lake. A total of 96 golfers will take part in the one day event which gets under way at 10 Sunday morning. The draw is as follows: a.m. Mitch sztaba, Alex Tokarluk, Ken seaman. Sonny Slavlch. B.m. John Kerlijk, Mas Sarayama, ten Pisko, Fred Onofry- chuk. a.m. Bob Sanford, ROY Bed. dingfon, Leroy Hovey, Jim McCor- mack. a.m. Bud McLean, Larry HIM, Bert Heppler, sand McLeod. a.m. Spike Marten, Bill GoMa, Fred Baceda, Steve Boychuk. a.m; Jocko Tarnaya; Fred Kalicum, Steve Gangur, George Kom- onac. a.m. Stir Bates, George MacDonald, Mike Seaman, Jim Mc- Travls. a.m. Spud Wilkle, Bill Me-' Kean, Tom Shells, Paul Fellger. a.m. Bill Gibson, Ted Cher- vlnski, Alex Dldyk, Abe Wall. a.m. John Kanashtro, Hepp, Wong, Barry Robinson, Ray Schdw. a.m. Ted Ernb, Art Tama- yose, John Meronluk, John Jardine. a.m. Ed Hanserr, D. Rich, ards, E. Gardln, Bill Fruet. a.m. Ralph Metz, Emery Field, Terry Godsalve, John kow. a.m. Don Allen, Layhft ceda, George Gross, Frank Gross. a.m. Roy Griffiths, Jakl Milford, Mike stetar, Gus Ganske. a.m; Bob Hedbern, Jim Brown, Alex MIchalenKo, Dave Fetfle. a.m. Nick Onoffychuk, Har- ry Blacker, Oliver Hagen, Ed Mihalik. a.m. So Miki, Tak Hirotsu, Ed Jankowiak, Don Fraser. p.m. Charlie Laziafotto, Ollie Luclanl, Pat Sullivan, Brant p.m. John SchafPar, William Towle, Jim McKay, lisa Stephens. p.m. Enzp Zanoniy Emit Lee, Tony Frank; Vern Gerierbefg- p.m. John McAllister, Sandy Poche, Roch Bruneau, G. Rossetti. p.m. George Thompson, Lou Banack, Al Aos. p.m. Alax Park, Al Mer- rick, Wayne Montgomery. "We know we can beal said Golberg. "I knov we've lost our last eight games (last season) against them bu I think Sunday that we'll break that string." Golberg's Miners, at present are sitting atop the league standings with three straigh wins; Cubs, meanwhile, are in sec ond place in the standings with two wins hi two games. Game times Sunday are sel for two o'clock and seven o'clock. In other doubleheaders Sun day, Milk Biver will be in Vul can, Enchant travels to Brooks and Taber meets Pincher Creek in Pincher Creek. Game times hi. Vulcan, Brooks and Pincher Creek are two o'clock and five o'clock. The Western Canadian Senior and Junior Men's Decathlon and Women's Open Pentathlon Championships will be held this weekend at the Civic Centre. Entries from the west coas to as faf east as Ontario have been received by officials of the two-day event. In the decathlon, the men compete in 10 events while in the pentathlon the women com- pete in five events. The action gets underway Saturday afternoon at three o'clock while Sunday's proceed ings start at 10 o'clock in the morning. Two games will be played hi the Southern Alberta Soccer League Sunday. Here in Lethbridge, the pow erful Lethbridge Royals bosf the Medicine Hat Cantalinis a1 three o'clock at the Civic Cen ttfe. In one other game, Taber United will travel to Medicim Hat to meet, the College Tro- jans at three o'clock: Lethbridge Native Sons wil make their debut in the Alberta Junior Lacrosse League this weekend in Calgary as they play Saturday and Sunday. The Native Sons, coached 'by Dave Smith, will play their firs' home games next weekend al the Arena. Stamps Ink Lineman CALGAHY (CP) Import offensive' lineman Tirafuli Up- eresa has been sighed by Cal- gary Stampeders, the Western Football.'Conference team an- nounced today. Uperesa, 6-3 and 265 pounds played at the University oi Montana and for the last two seasons was selected to the all- conference team. The Stampeders how have signed 31 players for the 1970 season. WE'RE OPEN 24 Hours A Day Everyday! ALL YOU NEED TO INCLUDING! Fishing Licences Livt) Bait Etc., Etc. Be sure 1o Check Our Stkctlori of Stereo Tapes. We have one of the largest dis- plays in Southern Alberta, MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE CORNER 3rd AVENUI AND MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE lictnttd Mechanic On Duty from ft a.m. re 5 p.m. Men., Thur., Frl. der Obtained by Cincinnati Reds this, winter from the California Angels, registered his second consecutive shutout, a two-hit- ter, as the Reds downed the Houston Astros 3-0 in the Hous- ton Astrodome. In other National League con- tests, Montreal Expos edged Pittsburgh Pirttes 7-6 and Los Angeles Dodgers stopped At- lanta Braves 6-3. Allen's home 14th of the off starter Woodie Fryman and pinch hit- ter Joe Hague's single tied it before Tony Taylor won it for the Phils with his ninth inning run-scoring single. Cards' starter Steve Carlton, who struck out 16 before leaving in the ninth for a pinch hitter blamed himself as the Phils struck for three rune in the fifth, two on Don Money's two- run homer. "You make one mistake and it kills you. Money hit the same pitch I had struck him out on earlier." REACHED FOR TWO McGlothlin, 5-3, who had blanked Atlanta last Saturday, was nicked for an infield single by Joe Morgan in the first in- ning and a fourth inning liner to right by Jesus Alou. He walked only two and struck out none. He was also helped by a pair of double plays and didn't per- mit a Houston runner past first. AH the support he needed came when Johnny Bench stroked a solo homer in the fourth, his 13th of the year.. McGlothlin will fry to match his 1967 feat of'three straight shutouts in his next start. He blanked Washington, Baltimore and Chicago in 1967. Coco Laboy's bases-loaded single .with one out in the ninth helped give Bill Dilinian his first victory as an Expo. "It was a big day for said Gene Mauch, Expos mana- ger. "His wife had a baby and he got his first National League victory. He came on in the ninth and threw the, ball over the plate. He didn't mess around." Dillmaii retired the Pirates in order in the top of the inning after Pittsburgh had drilled 16 jiits off four earlier Montreal pitchers. Briere Responding MONTREAL (CP) Uncon- scious Michel Briere, 20-year- old rookie centre with .the NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins, was responding to touch sensa- tions Thursday, a hospital spokesman reported; "While we don't expect him to regain consciousness for an- other week to 10 days, he did react when we touched his skin said the Notre Darne Hospital spokesman. Briere has been unconscious since he suffered a fractured skull in a car accident near Ma- lartic, Que., last Friday. He was flown to Montreal Sat- urday for an operation to re- niiove a blood clot. OUCH! Pitcher Steve Blasj of the Pitti burgh Pirates looks somewhat pained after he tried to catch a ball that bounced off the tip of his finger. The Montreal Expos beat the Pirates 7-6 in a close game in Montreal Thursday night. Short Sport Of AH Sort LEAFS GET DOTERE NEW YORK (AP) Denis Dupere, 21, a minor league for- ward, has been sent by the Rangers to Toronto Maple Leafs to complete the National Hockey League trade that brought veteran defenceman Tim Horlon to New York. ESKS SIGN CLARK EDMONTON (CP) Husty Clark, a 23-year-old quarter- back from tlie University of Houston, has been signed by Edmonton Eskimos of the West- ern Football Conference. The club announced today that the 6-2, 215-poimd signal- caller was expected to be "a solution to the long-term quar- terbacking needs" of Edmon- ton. TOP ROOKIE WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) Jude Drouin of Mont- real Voyageurs was named Thursday night the American Hockey League's Rookie of the Year. Drouin, who scored 37 goals and 69 assists during the sea- son, joined Billy Hicke as the only player ever to win the AHL scoring .championship and the Garrett Trophy as rookie of the year. Hicke won both with Rochester in 1958-59. AGREEMENT REACHED TORONTO (CP) Canadian Football League commissioner Jake G a u d a u r' and Murray Chercover, CTV Television Net- work Ltd. president, Ttersday announced a agree- ment has been reached for CTV to televise 1970 CFL games in the Eastern and Western confer- ences, as well as playoff games and the Grey Cup final game. A total of 55 games will be 30 originating from Western Canada and 25 from Eastern Canada. National net- work coverage will include 25 games. SURPRISE UPSET LJUBLJANAi Yugoslavia (AP) The favored United States team was upset Thursday by Italy in the World srna- t e u r basketball tournament, leaving only Yugoslavia unde- feated. The winning shot for the Ital- ians came in the final seconds of the game after U.S. tied it with one minute to go. NETTLES LEADS EANCHO BERNARDO, Calif. (AP) Tom Nettles of San Diego, wide receiver of the Canadian Football League's Ed- monton Eskimos, shot a low- gross 75 Thursday in the Pro- fessional Football Golf Classic at Rancho Bernardo Country Club. SAWCHUK OKAY NEW YORK (AP) Terry Sawchuk, veteran backup goalie for the New York Rangers hockey club, was reported out of danger today after surgery at Long Beach Memorial Hospital. Sawchuk, 40, entered the hos- pital April 29 to have Ws gall bladder removed. Police said he was admitted after he said ha was "horseplaying" on his lawn with Ron Stewart, a Ranger teammate. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FUUER 318-2515 OPENING MAY 24! FOOTHILLS SPEEDWAY STOCK CAR RACING Across From Rangeland Hotel, Lundbreck TIME TRIAIS P.M. RACE P.M. 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