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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Saturday, October 10, 1970 Controversial Righthander Becomes A Senator McLain Returns To Baseball's Good Graces CINCINNATI romlsing young infielders in he American and hit 249 with 19 home runs this last season. Brinkman, 29, hit .262. Cole- man, 23, had an 8-12 record with .358 earned-nm-average and Hannan, 30, was 9-11 with a ERA. Wert, 32, batted .218, and Maddox, 21, hit .248 in his rookie year. McRae, 23, was 6- 11 in 44 games at Toledo and was M with a 3.19 ERA in 19 relief appearances with Detroit. McLain posted only three vic- tories against five losses with a 4.65 ERA. He appeared in only 14 games between suspensions and his entire playing season actually consisted of only 58 paying and playing days. The latest suspension was estimated by Kuhn as costing McLain in salary. "I think that is adequate pun- Kuhn said. SURE Peler Kookhin of the University of Lethbridge Chinooks sees action Sunday night at the Ex- hibition Pavilion and Monday night at the Raymond Sociol Hall against the touring Yugoslavian Rabotnicki team. IfII be Chinooks' first action of 1970-71 basketball campaign. Badminton Season Set Plans are complete for the launching of a new season by in the Civic Centre Badminton Club with the opening session at the Civic Centre next Thurs- day at eight o'clock. All last year members and any new members wishing. to play are urged to be in atten- dance. Play will be held each Thurs- day night from eight to and Sunday afternoons from two to five o'clock. Birds are provided by the club and addi- tional information may be ob- tained by calling Marv Kirch- ner at 8-9854 or Gerri Noble at 17-4321. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Cranbrook Goes Down NELSON (CP) Ilookio de- fenccman Bill Bond scored at of sudden death over- time Friday night to give Nel- son Maple Leafs a 4 3 victory over Cranbrook Royals in a Western International Hockey League game played here be- fore 734 fans. Skip Holmes set up the win- ning goal as he slid a pass to Bond 10 feet out in front of the Cranbrook net. Rookies handled all the scor- ing for the Leafs as right- winger Danny Jones scored two power play goals and leftwing- er Ivan Robertson recorded a single marker. Felix Lavaliee, Lcs Eessler and Bill Martin were the Cran- brook marksmen. Winnipeg Montreal Toronto Hamilton Olti Cut] Rob Evanson, Harrisor Houman Swarn, Cranmei IOCKE os Ani altimoi BALL 5TANPING3 Western 4 Spokane 2 L T F A 4 Cranbrook 3 chewan 10 3 0 2fi2 15? Senior y 750 226 166 S Drumheller 3 nton ,6 6 o 221 3t2 Senior S 0 241 2J3 9 Woodstock 4 Den 2 9 0 139 2iO 4 Barrie 1 Eailorn 2 Owen Sound 1 W L F A 4 Oakville A eal 6 4 175 190 12 0 5 5 237 226 10 ton 55 201 Ml 10 a 4 7 173 1B7 Junior Niagara Falls 7 Ottawa 5 Kitchener 6 London 1 Junior LEADERS TO C FO Pis V.C fl 24 IB 11 89 schan, S 0 26 19 A 67 E 0 n 16 11 6 Drummondville 2 Shawinigan 7 Sorel 3 Sherbrooke 6 Rosemount 4 Trois Rivieres 6 Verdun 4 son, C 0 21 10 7 58 on, BC 9 o o o 5 Saskatoon 3 on, C 9 0 0 0 4 Flin Flon 2 ard, W fi 0 0 0 Junior ,E 7 0 0 5 Kelowna 1 ner, C 6 0 0 Westminster 7 KamloopS EY SCORES JUNIOR 3 Vancouver L T F 3 n n 19 nore 5 Rochester 3 dcnce 4 Quebec DROP 2 0 1 10 Leihbridge .2 1 02? jfjeld i Hershey Leafs 1 2 0 15 Movers 0 3 1 12 liego 3 Denver 0 2 0 4 A Pl. 337-6886 er 3274445 ;