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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SPOUTS Says: KEEP WEIGHT "INSIDE" A etaujr Seot golfer of yttrt _ �e by once uid that thoM who could' hold the body ttill �ad hit tht ball, would hit fir Ud true. That ttill applies, although it don need a bit of explanation. He meant that you thould Myer allow your weight to drift "oattida" your feet throughout the back- and downswing. Even after bejinninithefollow-throuth �o�r weight, uthan ghtraaiferred, thould remain within the width of your itanee. Thote who let weight drift to the outtide of the right foot on the backrwing will tway away from the target. Theclubhead it then thrown are out of kilter. When you let your weight go outtide your left foot early on the downtwing, you'll be moving toward the target and destroying the centrifugal force you need to up the ball. 1�7t NAU. Hn, %yn. Dean Chance Night Spoiled By Yankees Merritt Registers Ninth Win, Reds Add To Lead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Short Sport MAKE FIRST TRADE BOSTON (AP) - Boston Brulm made their first move since winning the Stanley Cup by trading centre Jim lorentz, 23, to St. Louis Blues Friday for a player to be named later. Legion Sponsors Fishing Derby The fifth annual fishing derby for boys and girls 16 years and under and 65 years and over will be held at Henderson Lake on Saturday June 6th. Sponsored by the children's committee of the General Stewart branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, the annual event attracts approximately 400 entrants. Registration for the event will take place at Henderson Lake only on Saturday, June 6th, from 4 a.m. to 12 noon with fishing taking place from 4 a.m. to 3 p.m. A committee official states no Ashing will be allowed from boats with off shore fishing only. Entrants are to supply their own fishing equipment. There will be no charge or entry fee. Lorentz led the Central League in scoring while with Oklahoma City for two straight years before he joined the Bruins as a rookie last season. ? * * MANAGER'S DAD DIES CLEVELAND (AP) - George Houk, 84, father of manager Ralph Houk of New York Yankees, died Friday after a brief illness. He resided near Lawrence, Kansas. ? ? ? INJURED EYE PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Don Money, whose .356 batting average leads Philadelphia Phillies, was taken to hospital Friday for treatment of an eye injury. He was struck by a ground ball during the Phillies-St. Louis Cardinals game Thursday night, Money is expected to remain in hospital three to four days. ? ? ? LITTLER ACCEPTS LONDON, Ont. (CP) - Gene Littler, winner of the Seagram Gold Cup in the 1965 Canadian Open, has accepted an invitation to play in this year's Canadian Open at the London Hunt and Country Club, July 2-5. George Archer, the 1969 Masters champion, would also be a participant. Jim Merritt, Cincinnati Reds gifted left-hander, and Houston Astros fireballer Larry Dierker, put their 8-2 records on the line Friday night in the National Baseball League. The Reds battered Dierker for It hits in seven innings, but Merritt weathered 10 in going the distance for a 5-2 victory that made him the first nine-game winner in the majors this season. The victory, coupled with Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 loss to Atlanta Braves, gave the Reds a 6Va-game bulge over the second place Dodgers in the league's West division. San Francisco Giants slugged San Diego Padres 94; the Chicago Cubs topped the New York Mets 6-4; St. Louis Cardinals defeated Philadelphia Phillies 6-3 and Montreal Expos whipped Pittsburgh Pirates 6-3 in other league action. Merritt struck out sue on the way to his third consecutive victory and eighth in his last nine games. It was Houston's fourth loss in a row. Tony Perez and rookie Bernie Car bo each got homers off Dierker. Perez touched off a three-run Cincinnati burst in the fourth with his 14th homer of the year. Hank Aaron drove in the Braves' run with a third-inning single off rookie Sandy Vance. Felix Millan's single, also in the third, was the only other hit off Vance in the seven innings he pitched. Dean Chance Night turned into a nightmare for the Cleveland Indians right-hander with his teammates acting like strangers and the New York Yankees getting all the gifts. Chance, obtained by the Indians from Minnesota over the winter, was the recipient of welcome home night from his friends in his hometown of Wooster, Ohio, but lasted only three innings as the Yankees whipped the Indians 7-4 Friday night in American Baseball League action. Chance, was ripped for three, first-inning runs, including two-run homer by Roy White and in the third, the Yanks added three more runs on three errors. In other American League games, Baltimore Orioles ripped Boston Red Sox 7-4, California Angels edged Minnesota Twins 3-2, Oakland Athletics nipped Chicago White Sox 9-8, Detroit Tigers edged Washing ton Senators 3-2 and Kansas City Royals thumped Milwaukee Brewers 6-3. Chance, 1-4, gave up eight hits. Winner Fritz Peterson struggled to his sixth victory against two defeats but needed sixtb-m-ning relief from Jack Aker. Tony Horton had a solo homer for the Indians. POWELL SHOWS POWER Boog Powell's 12th homer of the season broke a sixth-inning deadlock and the Orioles added a pair in the eighth on hits by Brooks Robinson and Dave Johnson. Powell added a pair of doubles, George Scott ripped a homer and two doubles and Tony CohigUaro stroked four straight hits for the Red Sox. Ken McMullen and Jim Spencer drilled home runs as the Angels snapped Minnesota's winning streak at seven and edged to within one-half game of first place in the West. McMullen and Spencer each connected off loser Jiim Perry, 6-3 with the eventual winning run coming across on left-hander Clyde Wright's seventh inning single. Wright, 6-2, needed relief help in the eighth from Paul Doyle, who surrendered a solo homer to Rick Renick. Felipe Akm's two-run double enabled the A's to tie the White Sox at 8-8 in the eighth inning and moments later Atou scored the winner as Chicago's right fielder John Matias dropped Don Mincher's fly ball. The A's overcame an 8-1 Chicago lead with four-run rallies in the sixth and eighth innings. Chicago had a six-run first, capped by Ed Herrmann's three-run homer and Carlos May added a two-run belt in the fourth. Willie Horton's two-run double in the third inning, following Mike Epstein's costly error, helped the Tigers gain their victory over the Senators. Al Ka-line drove: in the deciding run with a seventh-inning sacrifice fly while Bernie Allen had a solo homer for the Senators. Bob Oliver drove in a pair of runs with a bases-loaded single and scored two tallies in the Royals' triumph. Mike Walton, the Brewers hard - hitting outfielder, drew five straight I on balls. BEST IN THI CITY - The Elks Antlers w on the City Shuffleboard League this past year. The winners are, front row, left to right, Fred Stuckert, Frank Dorogdi arid Maurice Young. Back row, left to right are, Let Dorogdi, Carson Bailie and Harry Blacker. Misting were Pat Willcocks, Barrie Linn, Let San Fa and Jim Wallace. The top individual team, for the second straight year, were Doug McKeniie and Vic A relit. Minor Baseball Reno Trentini was a picture of perfection Friday evening* in Norcrest Little League action as the Pirates blasted the Dodgers 17-0. Trentini struck out 12 batters and hurled a perfect game as not one Dodger reached first base. He retired 18 consecutive batters. Richard Shardlow led the way for the winners with a pair of doubles. Scott Jarvie added a double and two singles. The Tigers trimmed the Bears 13-6 as Clark Bosch picked up the mound win. Barry Bury an belted a home run, triple and a single while Russell Turnbull managed two doubles and a single and Timmy Baceda a double and two singles. NOW IN LETHBRIDGE... MID WEST MOBILE HOMES Exclusive Mobile Home Dealers For ? COMMODORE * McGINNISS * PARKWOOD ? CRESTWOOD ? PARAMOUNT -- OPENING SPECIALS!-- 1970 Parkwood 12'x56'. Deluxe model. 2 bedrooms with utility room, side by tide washer and dryer, carpeted living room. Reg. $10,750. SPECIAL ......... '10100 See John Keiver for This Special! 1970 PARAMOUNT 12'xc6'. 3 bedrooms. Completely furnithed. only ............. 1970 CRESTWOOD 12'x57'. 2 bedrooms. Completely furnithed. ONLY ............. locally made for local condition!. 1970 PARAMOUNT '9995 58995 12'x44'. 2 bedroom. Fully furnithed. ONLY ........ MED KtWEft MANAGER EAST john keiver th* n,w,Vw,<'1 or "�"fled ��*up!et. SALESMAN Payments as low as $96 per month open daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. open for sunday browsing} MID WEST MOBILE HOMES ON HIGHWAY 3 (formerly ted'S mobile homes) PHONE 327-1986 In senior Little League the Tigers stopped the Lions 11-7 as Ken Kurtz was the winner over Brad Cox. Bill Harris paced the winners with a triple and a double that accounted for sue RBI. Wesley Tuttle had a triple and a single. For the Lions Gordon McCarthy stroked a double and two singles. Ron Ortlieb bested Greg Graham as, the Orioles nipped the Red Sox 3-1 in Lakeside action. Ortlieb fanned 10 while Graham struck out nine. The Athletics edged the Senators 9-8 in another senior game. Don Mills earned the victory while the loss went to Randy Stevens. Barry Sedgwick had three singles while Rick Baceda added a double and a single for die winners. The Cubs won their first game in Norcrest League play as they outlasted the Expos 19-15. Rocky Wells was the winning pitcher as he topped Dale Pytcia. Theo DeGroot had a pair of home runs for the winners. Bob Sevetson and Rick LaPlace each had two doubles in a losing cause. In Lakeside Farm League Darren Pepper was the winner as the Blue Jays rapped the Jets 14-2. Neil Povey pounded out two doubles and two singles to aid the Blue Jays. The Buffaloes emerged with the win by downing the Pumas 13-11 as Stan Ross picked up the victory over Tony Solojow. Plenty Of Action On The Weekend It will be another busy week-end in southern Alberta. Today, starting at three o'clock at the Civic Centre, the western Canada senior and junior men's decathlon and women's pentathlon championships will be held. The events will be carried over until Sunday with action starting at 10 a.m. Also on tap Sunday will be the first race meet of the Southern Alberta Auto Racers. Time trials begin at 12:30 with racing set to get under way at " p.m. The "D" class cars have been dropped but a new addition, the Sportsman, should provide even more excitement. A number of new drivers will be out to strut their stuff tomorrow. Dave Smith and his Leth-bridge Native Sons are in Calgary to open the Alberta Lacrosse League. The Sons play tonight and again Sunday afternoon in the Cowtown. They open the home section of their schedule next weekend at the Arena. In the City Recreation Senior Baseball League a full slate of doubleheaders is planned for Sunday. Lethbrldge Cubs and Miners do battle at Henderson Park at two and seven while a trio of twin - bills will be played out of town. Milk River is in Vulcan, Enchant travels to Brooks and Pincher Creek is at home to Taber. Game times are two and fiye in all three sets of games. Lethbridge Royals, unbeaten thus far in the soccer season, meet Medicine Hat Cantalinis in Southern Alberta Soc c  r League action at the Civic Sunday at three. In another game Taber United travels to Medicine Hat to meet the College Trojans. In Norcrest action Thursday the Panthers edged the Bisons 11-9 with Peter Piekema earning the win while the toss went to Bill Todd. Piekema and Richard Cha ney each had a double and two singles for the winners. Steve Campbell had three hits for the Bisons, Mark Treble had two. The Beavers belted the Wolves 13-6 with Jim Kosko-wich besting David Zaroben. John Wagontall had two doubles arid two singles for the Beavers. Ron Bryan came up with a triple and a double for the Wolves.' Brett Townsend was the winning pitcher as the Braves dumped the Giants 18-7 in Senior little League play. Gary LaForrie was the loser. Jack Sleight holm and Townsend each had two hits. The Raiders squeezed by the Cardinals 10-9 in Lakeside Minor league. Ted Slusar was the winner while Randy Rook took the defeat Slusar and Doug Henderson each stroked two safeties for the Raiders as did Brian LetchfieW and Brian Beech in a losing effort. Rick Maclean pitched and batted the White Sox to a M verdict over the Twins. Maclean and Clayton Maygar each had a double and a single. Rod Malchow managed a double and a single in aid of losing pitcher Brian Gaskell. Andretti Warms Up INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -Mario Andretti, 1969 winner of the Indianapolis 500-mile race, practised Friday at more than 167 miles an hour while unqualified drivers were struggling to reach 165 for final time trials today and Sunday. "We think it will take 166 to stay in contention on Memorial Day," said Andy Granatelli, owner of Andretti's German-built McNamara-Ford. If the STP Corp., president has the field evaluated right, the race a week from today will be far and away the fastest since the American auto classic "began in 1911. The race record for the full distance is Andretti's 156.867 mph last year. The record at 250 miles is 159.039 set two years ago by Bobby Unser, on his way to victory. Fulla Napoleon Sets New Record YONKERS, N.Y. (CP) -America's Fulla Napoleon established a new track record of one minute 58 seconds at Yon-kers Raceway Friday to win the final mile-long $50,000 National Championship pace, defeatii Horton Hanover, owned by T< and Elgin Armstrong of Brampton, Ont, USED EQUIPMENT SALE 1967 FORD 4x4 2A Ton V-8 engirt*. A-l condition. 1964 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT, 4x4 In perfect shape. 1965 GM HANDIBUS Fully equipped, extended top. 110-Volt tight and pluo-int. In top shape - ready to go. 1964 ESTAVILLA 16 Foot Travel Trailer Completely self-contained. Like new. HID WEST MOBILE HOMES FORMERLY TIO'S MOIIU HOMfS OPEN DAILY * a.m. to 0 p.m. - OPIN FOR SUNDAY BROWSING IAST ON HIGHWAY 3 PHONE 327-1986 SPORTS FANSI I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIKI SALES LTD.- Oddly enough, when It I comet to treating batef, � ipeed It the LEAST important � of the three main factors, ac- I cording to a vettran boteberfl I man . . . TMt man wot quot-  ed recently at toying that the I first and most important fac-1 tor it knowing a pitcher't � moves and getting a good I jump on him . . . The tecond | mott Important factor It a good tlide, away from the I tag . . . Then, tpeed would I only the third-most Important thing. I Igo S Did you know there wat I once a bateball pitcher who I received over 100-thoutand 1 dollars and then wat ablr to � win only ONE game during I hit- entire careerl ... Left- � hander Paul Pettit wat given � over 100-thouiand dollars to I sign with the Pittsburgh Pir- I ?tet in 1951 ... Ha came -right to the ma|on that year. I and didn't win any garnet | ... He didn't win any in: 1952 either ... In 1953 he I won one game, and that wat I hit last teoson at a player" in the big leagues . . . 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