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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tu.idoy, May 26, 1970 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Brewers Bobble Their Way To Another Loss Bristol, 'They've Been Making Errors For Years' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "They've been making error! (or 100 years, since the game was said Dave Bris- tol Monday night, after his Mil- waukee Brewers committed four and botched a fly ball to help the Minnesota Twins to a 6-5 American League baseball victory. Bristol sighed: "You can't do anything about themi Oars just came at an inopportune time." Trailing 5-3 in the seventh in- ning, the Twins made the most of three Milwaukee errors, a walk Reese's infield only hit of the inning three runs. Elsewhere in the American League, Baltimore Orioles whipped Cleveland Indians 5-2, Detroit Tigers edged the New York Yankees 4-3, Boston Red Sox downed Sena- tors 5-3 and Kansas City Royals trounced the Chicago White Sox 7-1. California Angels Oak- land Athletics were not sched- uled. Cincinnati Reds nipped San Diego Padres 2-1 in the only Na- tional League action. In the first inning of the Min- nesota-Milwaukee game, Twins left fielder Jim Holt misjudged a fly bail and it fell for a dou- ble. Right fielder Tony Oliva dou- bled Huss Snyder's run-flcorini single in the third for one o Minnesota's two miscues anect more because of the high- y-populated surrounding area, the board was told. Brill's Record Wrong MODESTO, Calif. (AP) Meet Director Tom Moore said Jonday that Debbie Brill's win- ning high jump at the California lelays Saturday was incor- ectly listed by statisticians as one inch higher than it really was. Miss Brill, 17, of Vancouver limped 6 feet, inch to beat 10 American women's record rf 5-11 set in 1967 by Eleanor lontgomery of Tennesee State. Miss Brill's whining jump was ncorrectly listed is Jobre said. Balas of Rumania set the world mark at 6-3 in 1961. BLACK-EYED BLUES-Robbie Elliott, S, of Brontford, Ont., found that it's no fun being struck out in a game you're not even playing in. Robbie was playing near a. baseball diamond when someone hit a foul ball went home with one of the prettiest shiners to ever grace a face. EUebrew's fly ball got caught hi the breeze and fell behind Hovley and centre fielder Sny- der for a triple. In seventh, shortstop Ted Kubiak booted George Hitter- waM's grounder. With one out, Cesar Tovar's grounder went through third baseman Tommy Harper and there were runners at first and third. Pitcher Skip Lockwood retired Rod Carew on a short fly for the second out, but made the mis- take of letting Oliva hit the ball on the ground. Kubiak booted this one, too, as the tying run scored. Killebrew walked, load- ing the bases, and Tbvar and Oliva both raced home as Reese ouflegged an infield hit i Locfcwood couldn't handle first baseman Mike Hegan's throw. TWINS ERR TOO In the ninth, with two down, Harper doubled for the Brew- ers, Snyder singled him tome and third baseman Frank Quil- ici, just put in for defense, kicked Roberto Pena's groun- der. But Oliva made, a fine catch of Danny Walton's high wind-blown pop fly to end the contest. 'Oliva made a big league said Bristol. "That's the reason he's a great player. He can hit and do things like that." The Orioles scored three runs in each of the first two innings and rolled past the Indians on Dave McNaHy's six-hitter. Paul Blair started Baltimore off with a two-run double in the first. McNaily, 8-2, tost his shutout in the ninth when Roy Foster lat a two-run homer. Willie' Hortoa lit a three-run homer for the Tigers, but they needed Bill Freehan's leadoff round-tripper in the last of the ninth to edge the Yankees. 3obby Murcer homered for the Yanks, who tied the score in the of the ninth on Horace Clarke's sacrifice fly. Tony Conigliaro walloped two olo homers, Carl Yastrzemski lit one and Gerry Moses drove n two runs with a pair of dou- >les as the Red Sox turned back iVashington. THROWS 5 HITS Dave Morebead hurled Ms irst complete game since 1968 Kamsas City gave the White Sox their fifth consecutive toss and ninth in 10 games. After the first three Chi- :ago batters singled, Morehead Players Will Benefit Though Schedule W on't Change NEW YORK (AP) The major league baseball season will remain at 162 games bu ;he players will be enriched b; nearly in benefits when a new three-year contract is signed. The agreement between the Major League Baseball Player: Association and club owners will give the players inmediately, says Marvin Miller, executive director of the association. Monday he estimated the jlayers would benefit to the :une of over the three fears. Miller, recommending accept ance of the pact, said all 24 player representatives had been jolled and a final yote is due mthin a week. It is expecta that the owners will ratify the jackage at the same time. The players had rejected an earlier owners' proposal be- cause of three major points o disagreement: the length of the season, playoff compensation and termination pay. The club owners won out on 'he issue of the 162-game regu- lar season. However, on the playoff kitty owners offered to increase the (layers' share from 50 per cenl o 60 per cent, with all expenses coming out of the owners' share. Under the new termination agreement, a player will get 30 days' salary if cut during spring Surgery For Howe ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) The Detroit Red Wings All-Star ight-winger Gordie Howe is cheduled to enter University of lichigan hospital today for linor surgery to correct an ar- iritic condition in his left wrist. The 42-year-old veteran Na- onal Hockey League forward vas bothered by the wrist hroughout the 1969-70 season ut still managed to score 31 oals and 40 assists, finishing inth among NHL scoring lead- ers. Howe was named last week to is 21st NHL All-Star berth in 24 easons of major league hockey. training, and 60 days' pay if cu during the regular season. Pre- viously, a player did not receive anything if dropped during the spring and only 30 days' pay if he was let go after the season had begun. In 1972, a player cut after May 15 will receive his entire contract salary. Bobby Moore Arrested In Bogota BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) England's World Cup soccer team captain Bobby Moore was still held today by the Colom bian police on charges of al leged jewelry burglary he de- nied before a court. Judge Pedro S. Dorado an nounced it would take 'at leas five days for him to decide whether a formal arrest order is issued or Moore is freed. No bail was considered at the moment, but Moore is reportec to have spent the night on po- lice authorization, at the home of a local soccer official. While news of Moore made big headlines everywhere, the British embassy unsuccessfully tried to ease matters for him through permanent watch by charge d'affairs Keith Morris, who was by his side during most of his difficulties Monday. Well-informed sources said request to the foreign minister to take steps to free Moore had been turned down with the ex- planation that his was a legal case not of the government do- main. Moore was held on charges of having stolen a bracelet when he visited a jewelry shop last Monday. The English team played two games here last Wednesday and left for Quito the day after. Moore was quoted as saying So the court: "Why was I not ar- rested last Monday if I was the author of the burglary, and am I the only accused when other persons were at the shop at that He was taken by the police ninutes before the English earn boarded Ks plane for Mex- co after a two-week practice sod in Qutio, Ecuador. The owners and players have already agreed on increases in minimum pay with the rate going from to in 1970, in and in 1972. retired 19 in a row. Morehead also drove in the irst KC run with a second-in- ning double and the royals went ahead in the fifth on a double by Dllie Rodriguez and Pat Kelly's single. They added five more in the eighth. Pitcher Jim McGlothlin an- gled in Hie eighth inning and cored the winning run on Sobby Tola'n's sacrifice fly hi Cincinnati's win over San Diego. McGlotWin bruised a knee sliding home and Wayne Gran- ger worked the last two innings. The teams had been tied 1-1 on homers by Lee May of the teds and Clarence Gaston of the Padres. Says: LEFT HEEL tIFT Control is the name cf the Same in golf. And it great deal of control results from the action of the left heel during the swing. The modern swing sect only an inch or 10 of left heel lift with even the driver.. .your longest club. Those who "dance" on left toe lifting the left heel far off the ground-lose ttntroT. For one thing, it's dif- ficult lo plant the left heel la the same place onthedownswing. And this results in loss of control. Also, the shorter, left hed lift helps to build upper body ten- sion, or coil; which gives more powerful release on the down- _ (D tP70 NATL Nnn. Wakelin Posts First Victory Ron Wakelin started off his first pitching start in the Com- mercial Men's Fastball League this season as if it might be his last. Wakelin gave up hits to the First two batters to face him but he then settled down as Nu- Mode Homes whitewashed the Lethbridge Hotel 9-0. Miles Maughan led the way for Nu-Mode wifli a pair of sin- gles and double off losing pitch- er Gerry Carmichael. Eon Tratch was the only Lethbridge Hotel player to have any great success against Wake- in as he stroked two singles. In M o n d a y' s second game, he Dallas Hotel C o b o y s romped to their second-straight win as they whipped the KCMP .2-2 in a game that went five innings. Darrel Leavitt earned the pitching verdict for the Cow- while the loss was tagged on Doug Hartley. Larry Tratch had himself "a ine night at (he plate as he jlasted a. home run and added a pair of singles. Danny San- :oni chipped in with a double and a single for the Cowboys. Cowboys, coached by Chester Jal, are competing in the eague on an exhibition basis, tone of their wins or losses will be counted in the league standings and individual per- formances by a Dallas player ivill also not be counted. Two games will be run off to- night at Dave Elton as the Con- tractors meet Nil-Mode Homes at seven o'clock with the HCMP tangling with the Lethbridga Hotel at Pacers Take ABA Title LOS ANGELES (AF) Roger Brown and the Indiana Pacers finally gunned down the plucky Los Angeles Stars 111- 107 Monday night to win the American Basketball Associa- tion championship playoff four games to two. Brown's bombardment from outside the 25 foot line set ABA playoff record, breaking the mark of six three-pointers set in 1969 by Chico Vaughn of the Minnesota Pipers. The Stars, in their farewell appearance in Los they'll go either to nearby Ana- heim or Salt Lake within a point at 106-105 with 48 seconds remaining. But Fred Lewis scored a 14-ibot jump shot and followed with a frea throw. Los Angeles' Merv Jackson cams back with a field goal to make it 109-107 but Brown put it out of reach with two from the charily line with two seconds to play. KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 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