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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, May TO LET YOU KNOW YOU ARE OUT-Montreal Expos' catcher John Bateman (2) holds the ball against Phila-, delphia Phillies' Denny Doyle for an out in the first inning of Thursday's game. Doyls tried to score from second on a single but Rusty Staub's throw to Bateman mads it in time for the tag. Expos were beaten 5-3 in 11 innings. Junior Miners, Cubs Meet Tonight Sons Play Twice On Weekend If last weekend was any indi- cation, the Lethbridge Native Sons will be heard from this season in the Alberta Junior Lacrosse League. Sons split a pair of games with the Calgary Trojans last Saturday and Sunday in Cal- gary and this weekend will make their tame debut as they entertain the North Glenora Blues Edmonton. Playing coach Dave Smith of the Native Sons was pleased with his club's performance in Calgary and is looking forward to better things. Smith was a standout for the Lethbridge crew against Cal- gary as he scored two goals Sat- urday as the Sons won 5-4 and then fired home three markers Sunday in a 7-5 loss. Despite the fact that this is the first year for the Sons in the league, they are far from inexperienced. Smith was a member of the North Glenora Blues last year when they represented Alber- ta at the Canada Summer Games in Halifax. Two other Lethbridgeites are no strangers to the game of la- crosse and they are Lyle Mil- ler and Terry Tuk. Included in the Sons' lineup are two players who toiled with the Lethbridge Sugar Kings of the Alberta Junior Hockey League this past winter. They are forward Dave Shardlow and goaltender Don Fall. Smith was more than pleased witn Hall's performance against Calgary last weekend. Sons and Blues will meet Sat- urday at while Sunday they will start proceedings at two o'clock. A juvenile game will precede I bridge Junior Miners will tan- each junior contest with the'-'- Lethbridge lancers facing the Edmonton club at Satur- day and Sunday. AH games will be played at the Arena. One game tonight and four doubleheaders S u n d a y are on tap in the City Recreation Base- ball League. Tonight at eight o'clock at Henderson Park, the Leth- Race Results CALGARY (CP) Victoria race results Thursday: First claiming, 3-year-old maidens, S furlongs Ccnswortli (Kipling) 8.10 5.00 3.50, Sickles. Queen (Combs) 8.70 Ar- cadelt (Billingsley) J.vo. Time: 2-5 Nenas Pet, Wellington Lady, Secret invasion, On Your Feet, Crimson Kal also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and tip, 5 furlongs Haydns Secrer (Combs) 4.60 3.00 Z.-JQ, Anita D (Bllllngsley) 3.80 2.90, Bonny Airs (Barroby) 3.40. Time: M Pour Your Own, Gale North, Brown Tuque, Taras Flame, Cactus Joe also DAILY DOUBLE: Third allowance, 2-year-old maidens, 5 furlongs Lustrous Fleet (Whittle) 6.SO 3.70 3.20, Maxis Hair (Livingstone) 6.80 -1.30, Park Congressman (Combs) 5.10. Time: 4-5 Equartic, Heir Of Hope, Just Sod- WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JUNE 1--8.30 p.m. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vi MIGHTY URSUS INTERNATIONAL TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT BOBBY and JERRY CHRISTY vs BENCE and MARCONI CARLOS BELAFONTE vs 'THUNDERBOLT' CANNON SWEETAN and HAYES vj KROFFAT and IUECK ADMISSION 52 S1.50 Box Office opent 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Sat. afternoon and Mon. night .an CJIH-TV Channel 7. H Ri claiming, J-yeir-oids and up miles Iht (Hedge) 8.90 5.00 3.M, Hoi........____ Northern Emperor (BarrobY) 11.30 i.10. Desert Bonny (Combs) Time: Foxy Bud, Sharon's Star, Sharonife, Sandown Kid, winabuck also ran. Fiflh claiming, 2-year-olds, 7 fur- longs Carmengay (Whittle) 15.00 (M 3.SO, Flying Phil (Billingsley) J.80 rsspeed (Barroby) 3.30. Time: 5-S Jumping Giant, Fastascanbe, Grand Stride, Now It's Reality, Western Rock- et also ran. EXACTOR: 173.iO. claiming, J-yeqr-olds and up, 1 1-14 miles Kentucky Story (Stadnyk) 8.10 OO 3.30, Dark House (Jackson) 7.70 3.80, Klondike Quill (Billingsley) 2.90. t-i Wing, Short Circuit, My Eseu- do, Magic Hero, Fabison also ran. Stvinth Turnir Valley Clalmlno, I year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Sharp Reply (Barroby) 5.M 3.90, Sprlntalier (Gray) 9.50 5.10, Shock Troop (Whittle) 3.70. Time: M Fancy Fella, Western Arrow, Per- fect Host, Golden Wine, Miss Kaysue- con also ran. Eighth SMOO, claiming, 4-year-olds and ug, 7 furlongs Lucky Stu (Stadnvk) 7.20 t a club champion for 1970. The first 18 holes esn be played anytime tomorrow with the final 18 boles set for Sun- day, June 7. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Chicago New York St. Louis Pittsburgh Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati 23 22 21 21 19 16 West 33 25 Pet. 15 .561 22 .500 21 .500 25 25 27 Los Angeles 25 20 San Francisco 23 7.i Houston ._ San Diego .457 ..132 .372 .70! .591 .556 .489 .as .420 TODAY'S GAMES Houston Grillin 1-i at New York Sea- ver 7-3 N San Francisco Robertson 4-4 at Pitts- burgh Veale 3-4 N Los Angstes Foster 3-5 at St. Louis Brilcs 1-1 N Montreal Wegenar 0-0 at Cincinnati Nolan 6-2 H Philadelphia Bunnlng 1-e at Atlanta Jarvis 4-3 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia 000 002 101 I 0 Montreal CM 000 WO 7 1 Jackson, Palmer Hoerner (3-2) Selma (11) and Sates; Morton, Dillman (1-11 Moore (11! and Bateman. HR: Taylor 2 Log 000 110 San Francisco m 001 4 7 0 Sutton, Moeller Brewer (o-ll Hallir; Perr HRs: Bonds Diet! St. Loutl 4H OH 9 U 0 New York 009 HI tit- 1 t 1 Gibson (4-3) and Torre; McAndrew cardwell Koonce Me- Graw and Grote. HR: Hague Pittsburgh Chicago Ellis, Dal Canton Glusll Garber (0-3) (8) and Sa rig ul lien; Hands, Regan Aguirre Col- born (2-0) (9) ind Robertson Chi (7-i) and Henderson HIatt. HRs: Pitts- James Hick- AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore New York Detroit Washington Boston Cleveland Minnesota California Oakland Kansas Clly Chicago Milwaukee East VI L Pet. 32 13 .711 21 GIL 20 21 20 23 18 24 14 26 29 12 28 IS 24 21 18 25 17 27 13 29 .543 .488 10 .465 11 .429 1214 .3SO 15W .707 .634 .53! .419 .386 .310 2'A 7 12 13'A 1CA TODAY'S GAMES Cleveland Miller M at Oakland Fin- gers 2-3 N Baltimore Cuellar 4-3 Caliiwnit Messersmlth 5-3 N Detroit Lollch 5-5 at Milwaukee LocK- wood 01 N New York 'Keklch W Minnesota Zepp l-o N Kansas City Rooker 3-2 at Washing- ton Colemen 3-3 M Chicago John 4-7 at Boston Slebert 4-2 N THURSDAY'S RESULTI Minnesota 043 000 Wx-11 II l Milwaukee 000 010 2 11 I Morns Lauzeriqje Pittln n'Donoghue Locker (I) and McNertney; Tiant Williams (8) and Mitterwald. HRs: Mil-Snyder Harper Oakland toe. MO 7 I California oot too I I I Dobson (5-4) and Fernandez; May Fisher (9) and Egan MINOR LEAGUE SCORES Interntlonal Syracuse 1 Rochester 0, 11 innings Richmond a Louisville 0 Columbus 7 Tidewater 4 Toledo 5 Buffalo 0 Pacific Coast Leigut Hawaii 9 Salt Lake 5 Spokane 11 Portland I Tucson 8 Phoenix 3 Eugene 8 Tacoma 6, 12 innings. OUR ON-THE-FARM SERVICE TRUCK IS NOW READY TO SERVE YOU! CAU US TODAY FOR QUICK EFFICIENT SERVICI ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 401 l.f Av. South Phong or ;