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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Relief Artists Shine In American League Action _ Thursday, II, TH( IETHBRIDGE HERALD it I OUTSTANDING-Sua Balfour, left, was selected the most outstanding female athlete at the Lethbridge Col- legiata this past year. Miss Balfour is shown receiving Marge Clark award from Miss Clark tit the recent Awards Day held at the Collegiate.__________________ No Races On Sunday The Southern Alberta Auto Racers will not staee races Sun- day afternoon. Due to the Arabian horse show at the Exhibition grounds the stackers will postpone Sun- day's races until next week. In last Sunday's races the speed dash in "C" class was re- ported as having been won -by Ed Grisak in Car 12. The car number was right but the driv er was wrong. Stan Prescot drove the A and A Mobile Cleaners car to victory. LE BARONS 7th ANNUAL HOT ROD and CUSTOM SHOW SATURDAY, MAY 30th 12 NOON 12 MIDNIGHT EXHIBITION PAVILION ADMISSION Can from Alberta, B.C., Sasfe. and Northern United Stalej Fatal Ninth Inning Home Run Sinks Expos y By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Derail Johnson cracked Ins Oth homer ,of the season Wednesday night-a three-run hot in the nintti inning that gave Woody Fryman all the runs in Philadelphia Phillies 3-0 Victory over Montreal Expos. Phillips Will Make Aii Apolog MONTREAL (CP) Centre fielder Adolfo Phillips of Mont- real Expos plans to apologize today for a tight with Philadel- phia Phillies' third base coach George Myatt in Wednesday's National League baseball game. Phillies won 3-0. Phillips became embroiled with Myatt between the sixth and seventh innings. The two exchanged words an then Montreal third baseman Coco Laboy stepped between them. Phillips still managed to throw a quick punch. At thai point both benches emptied, but no further fighting took place. "I am very sorry for the whole thing and I will have to apologize for the incident" Phillips said. Myatt said: "He got a little excited over bench jockeying. It's his style to challenge someone 20 years older than him." The fight overshadowed fine pitching by left-handers Dan McGinn of the Expos and Woodie Fryman of the Phillies Both teams were scoreless until Ihe ninth ianing when th Phillies got runners on first ant, second base and Deron Johnson smacked his 10th home run ar the year off McGinn. McGinn walked four, struck out nine and gave up six He worked 8 2-3 innings. Fryman, .who increased his won-lost record to 3-1, gave up three hits, walked one and struck out seven. He evened his lifetime mark against Montrea at 2-2. MAY ATTEND GAME OTTAWA (CP) If Prince Charles approves a draft pro- gram prepared by Goveramen House and the external affairs department, he will be among the spectators at the July 2 Ca nadian Football League's all star game here. PreventiTire Punctures MICHEUN X the extra-performance passenger radial witli the safety belt of steel! The steel-cord safety belt that wraps around each Michelin-X radial tire beneath the tread acts as a powerful barrier against glass, nails and other sharp objects on iha road sometimes even hidden under the snow! Virtually eliminates accidental punctures! Now you can make flats and blow-outs a worry of the past. Sea us today and learn how you can get more mileage and save money with Michelin-X belted radiato. Outrides two or even three sets of ordinary bias-belted tires. WORLD'S NO. 1 RADIAL IT PAYS TO RIDE ON MICHEUN-X. FOR A SAFER RIDE SEE US TODAY! NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES 305 13th Street North, LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3181 'I knew it was out of the park le moment it left my aid Johnson. Elsewhere in the National .league Wednesday, Atlanta raves downed Houston Astros -1, New York Mets shut out St. ams Cardinals 3-0, San Fnm- Cisco Giants'battered Los Ange- les Dodgers 11-3, Pittsburgh Pirates blanked ChienEP Cubs 4-0 and Cincinnati Reds clipped San Diego Padres 6-4. Johnson's homer was Hie sec- ond tin the Expos were cut down on a three-run shot ifl the ninth by PhiUie. On Tuesday, Tony Tay- lor hit one to win a game. Gil GarriJo and Orlando Ce- peda hit homers in .the second inning that produced six runs tvsimt Houston.. It SHARDIOW CLOSES IN-Dave Shardlow, a standout with the lethbridge Sugar Kings hockey club, will bo in action Saturday and Sunday as the Lethbridge Native Sons host Edmonton in Alberta Lacrosse League action at the Arena Saturday's game gets underway at while Sunday the action .tart, at Shardlow i, ,n the dark jeriey.________________________________________________________ Minor Baseball Handy Stevens punched out double and single to lead the Senators to a 12-5 Senior little League victory over toe Dod- gers. Jim McLaren was the win- rang pitcher white the low was tagged on Jerry Areshenko. Barrel Osmond struck out 12 hitters and allowed only two hits as the Indians bounced the Yankees 8-1 in a Lakeside lit- tle League contest Greg Maxwell had i double and single off losing pitcher Curtis Scbmtzer while Steve Devcic had two hits in a losing cause. The Orioles posted their third- straight lakeside Little League victory as they whipped the Twins 10-3, Peter Ducket struck out nine batters in gaining the mound verdict while the toss was ab- sorbed by Tim O'Brien. Eon Ortleib paced the win- ners at the plate with a home run and two singles while los- ing pitcher O'Brien bad three singles for the Twins. Ron Lamane punched out three doubles as the Astros beat the Cubs IW in a Nor- crest Little League game. Ken Jagersma took the pitch- ing win with the loss going to Rocky Wells. Jagcrsma and Robert Potvin each had three singles for the winners while Chrb Komefc and. Marvin Wells had a double and single each for the Cubs. In another Norcrest Little League game, the Giants edged the Dodgers 4-3 as Gordon Keith was the winning pitcher with Keith Miyashero the loser. Brian Robinson paced the Giants' attack with a double and single. Duane Lundrum had two hits is the Bears edged the Bob- cats 12-11 in a Norcrest Minor League game. Dave Layton was the winning pitcher as the Buffaloes bounced the Panthers 22-11 in another Norcrest Minor League game. Danny Anderson paced the Buffaloes at the plate against losing pitcher Joey.Gillett by hitting four home runs while Chris Waterfield, Ron Schwarz and winning pitcher Layton added one home run each. In a Norcrest Minor League game that was reported in Tuesday's edition of The Her- ald, the Cougars were said' to have beaten the Wolves 12-11. The Wolyei won that game 13-12 despite Lanny Tree hit- ting a home run and Larry Er- dos poking out a triple for the Cougars. Ken Stevens hit a home fun and added a double as the Jets took a 15-8 Lakeside Minor League victory from the Raid ers. Mike McLean struck out-eigh batters in gaining the pitchin win while Ted Slusar took the defeat. Brent Logan had double an single in a losing cause whi Ken Harris added too singles The Tigers doubled the scor 10-5, on the Giants in Senia Little League play. Kim Speelman was the wir ning pitcher. The loss went Curtis KlovansB. Bill Harris belted thre doubles for the Tigers wliil Was Tutfle chipped in with if, singles. Garry LaFournier ha a pair of aafeties in a losin cause. In Lakeside Minor Leagu the Rockets downed live Hawk 19-12 as Ron Schwartz was th winner over Robert Kunt Leonard Marcus was the to hitter for the winners wi three hits while Kevin Gall way, Schwartz and Jim Siell each had two. The Panthers outlasted tb Pumas 15-12 in another mino league encounter. The w went to Peter Piekema while Mike Park suffered the loss.- Piekema aided his own causi with a home run and a sing while Edward Parker manager a triple and a single. Ric Wood had double for to Pumas. as Garrido'i first homer in the ajors. Garrido has been on hot reak at the plate ever since one pitcher Mill appas' bats. He went 4-for-4 riih it In one game and lias loved his average up from a ismsl .096 to a respectable 70. But if it's an average on the nove you're looking for, try lico Carty, who had Ujree more nts against the Astros and in- Creased his average from .242 to 32. Manager Gil Hodges urnping Cleon Jones into the eadoff spot and the move paid jff when Jones delivered a bas es-loaded, two-run single tha helped the Mets to their victory over St. Louis. Gary Gentry fired a three-hit cr and struck out nine to earn lis fifth victory. Juan Marichal turned in hi; Jest pitching job of the season scattering eight hits as. the Giants battered Los Angeles tc et even a'little for the 19-3 hellacking the Dodgers handci lem the night before. Willie Mays walloped his 12th omer of the 612 of ns career. That left him 102 way from Babe Ruth. Re- serves Bob Taylor and Frank ohnson also hit homers in a 3-hit Giant attack. Bob Moose spun a four-hitter and Pittsburgh shut out Chi- ago. Roberto Clemente's two-run single in fifth inning gave tloose some working room and the Pirate right-hander out- duelled Cubs' ace Ferguson Jen- ins of Chatham, Ont., Moose is 4-4 while Jenkins lost his sev- enth game in 10 decisions. Tony Perez took over the major league home-run lead with his 17th of the season, napping an eighth-inning tie and giving Cincinnati its victory over San Diego. The Reds collected 17 hits, in- cluding a single, double and tri- pie by Johnny Bench. Meanwhile relief pitchers were prominent in five Ameri- can League contests Wednes- day. Pete Richert snuffed out a Cleveland rally in the ninth in- ning as Baltimore Orioles nipped the Indians W; Darold Knowles tossed four runless in- nings in a 7-5 win for Washing- ,on Senators over Boston Red Sox; Jack Aker limited Detroit Tigers to one hit over the final four innings in a 4-2 win far New York Jim (Mud- cat) Grant preserved a 4-3 win for Oakland Athletics over Cali- fornia Angels and Moe Ito bowsky got the filial four outs in a 4-3 win for Kansas City Roy- als over Chicago White Sox. A sixth scbediaed game, at Minnesota, between the Twins and Milwaukee Brewers was rained out. Ponderosa Auto and Trailer SALES LTD. 2nd and 20th St. S, Phone 327-2747 TRAILERS Special 1962 Tempest Leacli Named Top Player CALGARY (CP) Eight winger Beg Leach of Flin FIou Bombers has been named the most valuable player in Western Canada Hockej League, it was announced Wed- nesday. League president Ron Butlin said Leach, 19, was a unani- mous choice in the balloting, conducted by eight coaches, Coaches were not allowed to se- lect players from their own team. Gene Carr, also of Flin Flon, was named the rookie of the. year and Bandy Rota of Cal- gary Centennials wag (electee as the most sportsmanlike and efficient player. Pat Ginnell, who led the Bomben to the WCHL cham- pionship this year, was unani- mous .choice as coach of the year. He lias coached the Bombers to three WCHL titlei in four yean. Baseball Needs Reserve Clause Says Commissioner Kuhn's Defence To Be Attacked NEW YORK (AP) Baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn's claims that baseball cannot exist without the reserve system will be attacked in cross exami- nation today in the seventh day of Curt Flood's anti-trust suit against baseball. Jay Topkis, one of Flood's lawyers, barely got started on cross examination of the com- m i s s i o n e r Wednesday ter Kuhn had testified that the game could not continue to op- er'ate on a league basts if the re- serve system were removed. Flood, formerly a itar centre fielder with St. Louis Cardinals, balked at reporting to Philadel- phia Phillies after he was traded last winter and brought tutt lishment. One of his main tar- gets is the reserve system, a complex set of rules that prov- ide a club with the option to renew a player's contract each year. Executives of other sports have testified on the way their reserve systems operate. Foot- ball, for instance, has a clause that permits a player to play one year after his contract has expired and then become a free agent. Kuhn said the football system would be "very tad" for base- ball because he wouM be con- cerned (bout the integrity of the game and the effects on equal competition. "In our Kuhn, "and in our atat, I un not talking about football. H a player could play out his option there would be the built-in evils of tampering and behind-the- scenes negotiations that tend to shake the public confidence in the game." Kuhn said it was impossible to compare baseball and foot- ball in economic operation be- cause football has a player development system in the colleges while baseball has to support a minor league ivs- tem. He also laid he thought H was easier to replace a guard or a blocking tuckle ton t Tom Seaver or a player on Bald- more Orioles. The commissioner had found hi several alternatives to tin imu.it (vitcm pvw m previous testimony by Hall o Famer Hank GrCenherg and Marvin Miller, executive direc tor of the Major League Base- ball Players Association. Miller bad suggested the op- tion be restricted to a definite number of yean. Kuhn laid this would open the door to a player dealing with another club while still with his fint club and DOS sibte tampering. He claimed the richer teams would tend to lign the most ptayen iBd itan would pjvitate to- Hit richer team. As for MUler1) fuggeition ttw competitive might be organized, Kuhn laid: "Tha would destroy the f ami aa it oowauta." 1970 Cojcqde (5 lizel) 1970 Slaraaft (6 1970 Sportscraf 1970 Ediorw 1970 Skipper and Trailers (all 1970 Camperetles and Dog House PRICED TO SELL 1970 Fiberglas Topper Priced