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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 28, 1971 - THI LETHBRIDOI HERALD - IS AIRBORNE RECEPTION - Tiger Ike Brown (9) skids safely to third while Yankee Danny Cater jumps for the toss from centrefield after teammate Aurelio Rodriguez? single in the sixth inning of Thursday game. Brown scored on Kaline's single in the next play. Tigers won 4-3. Indians shoot down Orioles Brock maintains streak By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lou Brock, St. Louis' streaking left fielder, cracked three hits Thursday night to stretch his batting string to 23 games as the Cardinals decked Chicago Cubs 10-0. Brock's bash has victimized the National League's top pitching talent-the latest was hard-throwing Chicago ace Ferguson Jenkins. Te right-hander from Chatham, Ont, didn't give Brock much of a selection, but | K didn't matter. "I hit a ball that wasn't a; strike the first time up," said: Brock, and the second time I lilt a ball that wasn't a strike. "The third time up I struck out on a ball. The only strike I had all night was for a double. "He's a tough pitcher. Any time you see one of his pitches well you've got to swing on it, because he can throw a pitch right down the middle and you might not even see it." In the night's other National I League action, Atlanta Braves Budget, financial statement all set Nothing settled on junior hockey scene THUNDER BAY, Ont. (CP) - The Canadian Amateur Hockey Association had no problems settling its 1971-72 budget or accepting the financial statement of last year's playoffs, but when it came to Junior hockey nothing was settled. The CAHA's new board of directors, which will be announced today, will be faced with the problem of what to do with St. Catharines Black Hawks. The Ontario Hockey Association team refused to return to Quebec City for the sixth game in their Richardson Cup series with Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Junior Hockey League. Quebec was awarded the series and went on to win the Memorial Cup. GAHA president Earl Dawson, who will resign his position officially today, said the decision of what, if anything, to do would be handled by the new executive. The junior situation dominated most of Thursday's session although, as in earlier meetings this week, nothing was settled. The junior council proposal for a super junior game and elimination of the junior draft will be one of the topics of discussion at the board of directors meeting. The Centennial Cup winner may challenge the Memorial Cup champion in a one-game playoff for the national junior title if the CAHA executive level, will be negotiated with first-level teams. He said the two eastern leagues in the top level have agreed to do away with the draft, but that the WCHL has said it will consider eliminating the draft only if the CAHA considers giving them the right to move players from one branch to another in Western Canada without the players being classified as branch-to-branch transfers. The WCHL operates in three branches in Western Canada-Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Delegates at the plenary session approved a recommenda- tion that the CAHA negotiating committee include in any further agreement with the Na-tional Hockey League that "draft payments for players at American colleges be paid to the last junior club played with in Canada." The CAHA also approved a 1971-72 project allowing for a Minor ball roundup IT'S GRADUATION TIME SURPRISE YOUR BOY OR GIRL WITH A BRAND NEW BICYCLE FROM BERT & MAC'S CYCLE "YOUR CYCLE CENTRE OF THE SOUTH" CCM. TRJKES For the Young Fry! AS LOW AS 1 C.C.M. SIDEWALK BICYCLES Completely air tired ball bearings and AS LOW AS 3695 Many Mora Models lo ChooM Frcml BOYS' or GIRLS' CCM SWINGERS Ideal for 3 to 5 years Convertible bar  Chain guard  Streamer*  Ball bearings throughout  Kick stand  Heavy duly air tires 39.95 and UP HIGH RISE BOYS' or GIRLS' MUSTANG BICYCLES AS LOW AS 46.95 10 SPEED SPORT BICS  PEUGEOT  CCM.  OITANE  PHILLIPS  RALEIGH  MONSHEE All 10 speeds are set-up, adjusted and serviced properly. Includes free adjustments for 60 days. AS LOW AS ................... .95  WE TAKE TRADES BERT & MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-3221 OPEN THURS. AND FRI. Till  P.M. "SERVING SOUTHERN ALBERTA FOR OVER 35 YEARS" beat Montreal Expos 4-1, Pitt* burgh Pirates topped Cincinnati Reds 5-2 and Los Angeles Dodgers trimmed San Francisco Giants 5-1. Brock's streak takes up where team-mate Joe Torre's left off. Torre hit in 22 straight games prior to the start of the Brock charge. Brock's swinging made it easy for St. Louis starter Chris Zachary, who had a two-hitter. Zachary allowed only a third-inning double to Jenkins and a sixth-inning single to Chris Can-nizzarro. Ten little Indians eager for a score touched all the bases in Baltimore. "Gosh it's good to beat that ball club once in a while," manager Alvin Dark said Thursday night after bis Cleveland Indians overran the Orioles 10-5 with a 17-hit spree. It was the first victory for the Indians in four games against Baltimore this season. Last year the world champions thumped Cleveland 14 times in 18 meetings. In other American League action, Detroit Tigers nipped New York Yankees 4-3, Milwaukee Brewers topped Minnesota Twins 5-3 and Boston Red Sox downed Washington Senators 6-2. Ted Uhlaender paced Cleveland against sue Baltimore pitchers with three hits and four runs batted in. His two-run single off Tom Dukes in the sixth inning snapped a 4-4 tie, enabling right-hander Steve Dunning to nail his fourth straight victory and fifth in seven decisions with last-inning relief help from Phil Hennigan. Jack Devine, CAHA vioe-pres-ident in charge of junior hockey, said Thursday the CAHA's agreement with the Western Canada Hockey League will not expire until next year so the two-level system of junior hockey will remain for at least another season. The two levels of junior A hockey were established last year with three leagues, the OHA, QJHL and the WCHL forming the first level and all other junior A teams the second level. Devine said that the junior draft, which allows teams in the first level to draft two players each from clubs in the second The Expos got a strong performance from Ron Schwarz both on the mound and at the plate as they belted the Dodgers 12-7 in Norcrest Little League action. Schwarz allowed only four hits as he bested David Stephens. At the plate, Schwarz pounded out a home run, two doubles and a single while Jamie Severtson chipped in with a double and a single. Dave Snopek and Doug Bodie accounted for the Dodgers' hits off of Schwarz each with a double and a single. The Angels had nothing to fear as they dumped the White Sox 13-0 behind Harvey Poc za's two hitter in Lakeside Little League action Thursday night. ' Dave Creighton suffered the l03S. Allan Gepneris and brother Alex both stroked out three singles for the Angels while R Kook managed a single for the Sox. In Norcrest Little League ac tion Ken Burla paced the Cubs to a 12-8 victory over the As* tros winning the mound verdict over Mark Hirotsu. Theo DeGoort was the big hitter belting a home run, single and a double while Ed Fix stroked three singles for the Astros. The Panthers outlasted the Pumas 19-11 in Norcrest Farm League action as Rodney Kirk went the distance on the mound for the winners. Track meet set to go The western Canada senior and junior men's decathlon and the senior and junior women's pentathlon championships will be decided this weekend at the Civic Centre. Co-sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion and the Leth-bridge Track and Field Club, the two-day meet gets under way at three o'clock Saturday and 10 a.m. Male competitors will take part in 10 events while the gals will display their talents in five. The meet will be run on a cinder track and asphalt rubber runways. MORTON BANKRUPT OAKLAND (AP) - Craig Morton, quarterback of the National Football League Dallas Cowboys, filed for bankruptcy here Thursday, listing assets of $93,000 and liabilities of $546,000. The former University of California football star filed petitions with a federal bankruptcy referee. Walter Dyck took the loss. Kirk aided his own cause with a home run and a single and Kelly Wing chipped in with, a double and a single while Floyd Currie sinks Taber Hawks The Lethbridge Native Sons travelled to Taber and came home with their first Alberta Junior Lacrosse victory trimming the Ebony Hawks 7-6 in overtime Thursday night. The Hawks took an early 1-0 lead and carried a 4-3 margin going into the final period, but watched the Sons come back to tie the contest 5-5 in regulation time. In the 10 minute overtime period the Hawks got the go ahead goal but couldn't hang onto it as the Sons came back with two straight markers. Myron Currie sank the Hawks with the winning goal with just 10 seconds remaining on the clock. Wayne Bowes tallied three times for the Sons while other markers went to Dave Shard-low, Amot Thompson and Dave Sutherland. Brian Luco and Dave Smith flipped in two goals apiece for the Hawks while Ron Chmieli-wiski and Jack Taylor added singletons. Moncrief blasted a triple for the losers. In Lakeside action Curtis McKean did all the damaga at the plate while Kent Binning was sharp on the mound as the Yankees walloped the Orioles 17-7. Binning fanned six while giving up six hits to best Tony Shimel for the win. McKean stroked two doubles and two singles while Cameron French came up with two doubles and a single. Shimel aided his own cause with two safeties. Senior Little League action saw the Cornets upened the Pirates 9-6 with Lawrence Gardener earning the victory. Gardener allowed just three hits while throwing the third strike past 11. Kellie Wilde suffered the setback. Jim Matkin belted a home run and two singles for the winners while Ross Wakelin connected for a home run for the Pirates. deficit of $22,430. Executive director Gordon Juckes presented the, budget, listing $129,050 in revenue and $151,480 in expenses. Juckes also presented the financial statements from junior and 'senior playoffs. The Centennial Cup for junior A teams proved to be financial successful with $28,000 going back to the teams to be split on a prorata basis according to revenue supplied. The Allan Cup senior playoffs were not as successful, however, with the four series producing a net surplus of only $326. Juckes said the total from the Yorkton, Sask., tournament, to declare a Western Canada finalist, had not yet been completed but a slight deficit was expected. NAGLE DIES SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) -Walter H. Nagle, 84, a former major league baseball player died Thursday. Nagle, a right-handed pitcher, was with Boston of the American League and Pittsburgh of the National League in 1911 and had a combined record of 5-3 in the majors. An arm injury ended his baseball career. CFL telecasts to U.S. cities HAYWARD, Calif. (AP) - Canadian Football League games will be telecast live to at least 15 major U.S. cities this fall, the International Broadcasting Co., Network announced Thursday. Robert M. Green, president of the independent network located here, said the company purchased U.S. television rights from the Canadian professional league for about $500,000. Green said cities are San Francisco, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Charlotte, N.C., Atlanta, Tampa, Fla., Kansas City, St. Louis, Dallas, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Sao Antonio, Tex., San Diego and Buffalo. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE Phone JACK FULLER FOR ESTIMATES Phone 328-2515 Get together with friends ...and Molson Golden-' the easy-going beer with the light-hearted flavour. Molson Golden ...the great get-together beer! 9 ;