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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THI IETHBRIDGB HERALD Friday, September 4, 1970- Minnesoki Loses Ground To California Surging Cubs Back In Runner-Dp Spot By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jim Hicknian, dubbed the Ice- man by his teammates, stroked a rim-scoring single in the open- ing inning, then crashed a three-run homer in the second as the Chicago Cubs routed Philadelphia Phillies 7-2 and moved to within one-half game of tile National League's East division-leading Pittsburgh Pir- ates. The 6-FooM, 205-poundcr from Tennessee, increased his aver- age to .326 with his 29th homer and single and the four runs batted in gave lu'm 103 for tlie year. In his eight previous big league seasons, Hickman hit .236. "Jim carried us last August and, when everyone else was fading in September, he kept right on Cubs' Manager Leo Durocher said. "And now lie's carrying us again." Hickman's offensive effort proved more than enough for Ferguson Jenkins Thursday, who won Us 18th game while striking out 10. The game also marked the end of Billy Williams's National League consecutive game rec- ord at Williams, the Cubs' eft fielder, had been in every Chicago game since Sept. 21, 1967. Elsewhere in the league, St. Louis Cardinals downed the New York Mets 5-3, the Pirates were rained out in Montreal, Cincinnati Reds trimmed San Francisco Giants 7-3, Atlanta Braves routed Los Angeles Dodgers aiid San Diego Padres blanked Houston Astros 4-0. Royals Seeking Alberta Crown With any kind of luck LeU bridge Royals could add a pa of cups to their collection th weekend. Expo Chief Fined MONTREAL (CP) Jim Fanning, general manager i Montreal Expos of baseball1 National League, expressed sur prise Thursday of the suspen sion of manager Gene Mauch. Mauch was given a suspension effective Thursda. and fined 5100 by league presi dent Chub Feeney for tamping plate umpire Paul Pryoi Wednesday night in a game against Pittsburgh Pirates. "Gene's behavior has been ex- cellent all said Fanning "He's been thrown out of only three games and I thoughl they'd take this into considera- tion." Mauch bumped Pryor in the eighth inning of Wednesday's game while protesting a third strike call against Adqlfo Phil- lips. "The bumping was an acci- said Mauch. "I was trying to show him how Phillips checked his swing. He was mov- ing toward me, gesturing that I was out of the game. "The Pirates are out here busting their butts to win a pen- nant, we're out here busting our butts to stop them and I think Pryor should be busting his. I think too many umpires start looking to October at this point of the season and start resting." Mauch is allowed on the field in uniform during batting prac- tice and infield practice but must change and remove him- self from the clubhouse and playing area during the game. Royals, one of two Leth- bridge Soccer clubs, are enjoy- ing the finest season a rLeth- bridge club has had in the" past few years. At present the Royals are the proud possessors of the Scott Cup, which they won in Medi- cine Hat last weekend by an impressive 9-1 count, and could win the Alberta Challenge Cup and the Ritchie Paterson Cup this weekend in the two games they are slated to play. Royals traral to Edmonton Saturday to meet Edmonton Italia in the second game of a two-game, total-point series, rhe locals have a four-goal lead after stopping the visiting Italia club last weekend 6-2 and are strong favorites to win the Alberta title. The Royals will travel to Ed- monton by bus and according o coach Chester Jokuty, there are a number of seats avail- able on the bus for any inter- ested fans who may wish to make the trip. Monday, the Royals will en- ertain Medicine Hat Cantalinis and winner of that encounter will receive the Ritchie Pater- on Cup. The game is set for he Civic Centre pitch at 3 -.m. Meanwhile, it was the same Cantalinis the Royals defeated o win the Scott Cup. Angelo Mauro led the locals vith a three-goal performance. Jennis Balazs chipped in with pair while singletons went to 'eter Durrans, John Stropnik, Chester Jokuty and Bob Marsh. A SPECTACULAR trail high in the Rocky Mountains is to be developed for the growing number of Canadians who in this age of car and jet travel like to go on a nice long 360 miles. Jean Chretien, minister of Indian affairs and northern development, in announcing the project said that existing trails in Banff, Jasper, Yoho and Kcotenay National Parks will be interconnected to form the 360-mile Great Divide Trail, which in turn will eventually be linked through southern Alberta and Waterton Lakes National Park with the U.S. Great Divide Trail to form a 500-mile hike over the highest part of the continent. but IS miles of the Canadian portion of the trail now exists and completing the some be given a high priority, Mr. Crctien said. Overnight shelters every eight miles or so will be erected later and the entire project is scheduled for completion by 1975. Existing loop trails will link the Great Divide Trail to the more popular areas of the parks, giving hikers a wide range of options for both long and intermediate walks. The trail is designed for those who are not experienced mountaineers, but access to more difficult areas will also be provided. Tlie idea for the trail was first suggested in 19C7 by PMlippe Delesalle, a Calgary architect and experienced hiker. Studies conducted by the National and Historic Parks Branch con- firmed the possibility and suggested the route. Mr. Chretien said he would be pleased to receive further suggestions about the trail from interested groups and indivi- dual citizens. The Great Divide Trail will lead from Palliser Pass on the southern boundary of Banff National Park along the continental divide to Egypt Lakes, leave the divide hi Kootenay National Park to pass by Floe Lake, skirt Lake O'Hara hi Yoho Na- tional Park and lead via the Amiskwi Valley and Howse Pass back into Banff National Park. In Jasper National Park it will pass through the Maligne Valley into the townsite of Jasper and from there southwest to the boundary of Mount Robson Provincial Park in British Columbia. The great or continental divide is the watershed dividing streams that flow to opposite sides of the continent. Tlie Mets fell from second to third in the East, one game be- hind the Pirates, as Joe Hague ripped a homer and St. Louis jumped to an early 3-0 lead. .The Cards made it 5-1 in the sixth off loser Gary Gentry, 9-8. Steve Carllon, 8-18, picked up tlie victory, giving up nine hits, including a two-run homer by Al Weis in the ninth. Meanwhile Joe Niekro has a cousin named Heggie Smith in the American League. At least Reggie Smith has a cousin named Joe Niekro. "I don't know why I hit him so hard-maybe it's because lie's new hi tlie league this year and f bear down Smith said after rapping a single and homer off Niekro in Boston Red Sox 5-2 victory over Detroit Ti- gers Thursday night. That gave Smith nine hits fa 13 at-bats against Niekro this season, including three homers, and raised his league-leading batting average to .322, two points ahead of California's Alex Johnson. "I know I hit him good, but I hadn't any idea I had nine said Boston's slugging centre fielder. "He's a good pitcher and it's just one of. those things, I remember all three ho- mers and all. have been on dif- "erent pitches. 1 hit a sb'der out tonight. Tlie other two homers were on a fast ball and a change-up." Smith's 22nd homer started Niekro's troubles in the opening inning and the Red Sox kayoed the Tiger right-hander in the third when Smith singled, Carl Yastrzemski doubled and Rico Petrocelli homered. Elsewhere in the AL, Milwau- kee Brewers toppled Minnesota Twins 8-3, California Angels edged Kansas City Royals 1-0, Oakland Athletics overcame the Chicago White Sox 4-3 on a three-run pitch homer by Frank ANDY CAPP TCH.'YER'D AVETHOUGHT ONE Of 'EM WOULb 'AVE OPFEREt" US SEAT, FLO, bON'T UPSET VERSB.F, RET, VER SHDULb KNOW BY NOW THERE'S TWO KINbS OF GENTS Fernandez in the ninth inning, Baltimore Orioles clipped the New York Yankees 8-4 and Cleveland Indians beat Wash- ington Senators 4-2. Nation Mourns Death Of Football's Lombardi Wins Fourth MANCHESTER, Vt. (AP) ary Dornnoefer of Philadel- ilia Flyers won his fourth con- e c u t i v e National Hockey jeague golf tournament Thurs- ay, edging team-mate Guy endron and Gary Swain of ittsburgh Penguins on the sec- ond hole of a sudden-death play- WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, SEPT, 7 8.30 p.m. NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH DAVE RUHL vs BOB SWEETAN MAN OVER-THE-TOP WRESTLE ROYAl {CAN IB. MAN MOUNTAIN MIKE BE Plus 4 more exciting matches Admission BOX OFFICE OPENS P.M. Wntch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJLH-TV For The Coming Season HUNTER'S SPECIAL YAMAHA 100 TRAILMASTER Designed from the ground up for trail riding. Exclusive "trail- mafic" transmission permits selection of the exact gear ratio for street or for rugged trail performance. Rotary valve single engine. Autolube. Actually bikes in one with 6 forward soeeds. Electric and Primary Kick starting. Reg. 469.00 HUNTER'S SPECIAL..... 425 YAMAHA CYCLE SALES AND SERVICE LTD. totaled Undar Tho Water To-net 21st St. and 2nd Ave. S. Ph. 328-6777 MARVELLOUS HOW those antelope have bounced back. From a peak provincial herd of head in 1964, the an- telope were hit by a series of devasling winters, not to men- tion the massive Centennial snowfall in late April and early May of 1967. Some estimates placed the antelope wipe-out at 90 per cent the provincial herd. Last winter was a, mild one. This year's aerial census places the provincial herd at head. A week-long buck's only season is scheduled during the last week in October. Application forms for the 800 permits that will be issued will he available at fish and wildlife offices about Sept. JO. A SURVEY OF MERCURY levels in key species of water- fowl is being prepared by the Canadian Wildlife Service and results will be tabulated before the start of this year's hunting season, according to Dr. A. H. Macpherson, CWS west re- gional director at Edmonton. Last fall the CWS collected 120 ducks and an analysis of 24 pooled liver samples revealed that only two species mer- ganser and lesser scaup showed mercury levels exceeding the tolerable maximum of 0.5 parts per million. It's noted that the mercury level found in tba liver is far higher than that found in the flesh. The highest level was found in immature mergansers from Alberta grasslands at 1.9 parts per million. AND, THE JERRY CAIIOON Memorial Trophy Shoot is scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday at the Herman Linder Ranch south of Cardston, and not last weekend as had been previously announced. Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Your Haadquarltri For: OH Fishing Licenses Stereo Tapei Gardtn Suppltci Campfire Equipment Fishing Supplies BarS-Q SuppHei For your convenience headquarters for: HUNTING LICENCES and AMMUNITION We Now Fill Propane Bottles MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drivs 327-1046 licerued Mechanic On Duty from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Race Results CALGARY (CP) -Race results Thursday from Victoria Park First Sl.400, claiming, 3-year-olds and up. Parkland Prince (Bliilngsley) 10.10 1.10 2.50, College Count (McCauley) 11.80 3.90, Western Arrow (Haynes) Time: 4-3. Pour Your Own, Denver Pele also 'an. Second claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 Mi miles. Lolitas Hope (Wiseman) 6 80 4.10 2.70, Sickles Queen (Shields) 12.10 7.50, Kltcatla (McCauley) 4.M. Time: 2-5. Western -P.ocket, Western Champ, Compel To Dash also ran DAILY DOUBLE: 143.58. Tftird SI 400, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Tiger Tracks (Parsons) 26.50 12.40 7.40, Reserved Speed (Wiseman) 8 70 1.80, Hopping Hope (Whittle) Time: Heir Of Hope, Disismaglc, Equartic, Manlrojan, Dollar Digger also ran. Fourth SirMO, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlonas. Ean Tudor (Shields) 11.60 6.10 4.60, Gams Boy (Whittle) 6.90 4.20, Pobrec- to (Norris) 6.80. Time: Miss Overall, Ken Kal, Law Boss, Prerequisite, West Wind Gal also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 MS miles. Hof Talinf (Rasmussen) 7.50 4.30 2.70, Gay Circle (Parsons) 8.10 3.40 Grand Charm (Whittle) 2.40. Time: 2-5. Toms Award, Magic Hero, Quarry Point also ran EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 MS miles. Bchi BchI (Billingsley) ?.70 4.40 7.60, Multifold (Cuthbertson) 3.70 2 BO, Canel Hope (Norris) 2.50. Time: Tidal Breeze, Salty Princess, Aca- pulca Gold, By Mood, Astro Princi also can. claiming, 3-year-olds and TVa miles. Footprint (Norris) 16.40 5.00 3.50, Vast Opportunity (Darroby) 3.80 3.10, Great Expect (Shields) 5.20. Time: Wimpls Street, Closed Court, Monty I, Jim Keefe also ran. Eighth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, ''B miles. Take One Step (Cuthbertson) 8.80 5.00 4.00, Telralass (McCauley) 5.70 WASHINGTON (AP) A na ticn of football fans, led by No 1 fan President Nixon, today the death of Vince Lorn bardi, tlie Washington Redskin coach, considered by many the best the game had to offer. The body of the 57-year-oli Lombardi, who died Thursday was to lie in a funeral home in the nation's capital for one day before being sent to New York Hie city in which he was bom. Mass wiJl be said in St. Pal rick's Cathedral Monday b; Terence Cardinal Cooke, Arch bishop of New York. Burial wil be at Mount Olivet, a cemetery in Middletown Township, neai Red Bank, N.J. President Nixon said Lorn bardi was tops in his field "be- cause he was able to help others discover the best that was themselves." "Like the power sweep which the game has trademarked, the powerful Vince Lombardi's per- sonality swept the oE sports and made a lasting im- pact on the life of all it The Washington coach and ex- e c u t i v e vice-president died Thursday morning in George- town University Hospital after a two-month fight with cancer. He entered the hospital June 25 and underwent an operation two days later in which doctors removed a tumor and a two-foot length of colon. He was read- mitted for another operation a month later. ANNOUNCED CANCER It was not until Wednesda however, that the family sa publicly Lombardi suffer from "an extraordinarily vin lent form of cancer." He leaves the widow, a so Vincent of St. Paul, Minn.; daughter, his parents, h brothers, and a sister. Lombardi became such a le endary, larger-than-life figu on the U.S. scene during the p football boom of the 1960s th it's often forgotten he didn achieve success until late life. He was an obscure assista; coach at age 45 and second-capturing sb only in football circles Division and five work Green Bay Packers signed including an im Jan. 28, 1959, to a five-year three in a row froir tract as head coach and and tlie first twc world championships In the next decade, 1966-1967. reached such heights he over-all record with Green compared with such pro was 141-39-4. coaching giants as a one-year retirement Halas and Paul came to Washington las; He took the Packers from and produced a 7-5-2 rec- 1-10-1 record into contention during his first season, tha his first season and, from winning mark for the Red- on tlie Packers never since 1955. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAOUE LEAGUE East W L Pel. L pet. GBt 'itlsburgh 71 M .526 S7 49 .64) Chicago 71 .522 York 76 60 .559 11 Jew York 70 65 .519 71 65 .522 16 St. 'Louis 65 71 .478 70 65 .513 16'A 'hi adelphia .63 72 .467 70 ..4B5 21 Montreal 53 76 .433 6d 71 474 West 78 55 .586 Cine nnati 83 50 ,638 76 59 .563 3 .OS Angeles 74 60 .522 73 62 .5J1 6 San Francisco 70 is .51 9 i City 52 S3 .385 27 Atlanta 67 69 .493 51 B5 .375 2S'A Houston 63 72 ,467 4? 89 .355 San Diego 5! S3 ,385 GAMES Paul I-i Hew York TODAY'S 3-3 M New York Ryan 4-10 at Loilch 12-16 nt Washington Coleman 6-9 H lands 15-12 Philadelphia Wise 0-11 at Cuellar 21-7 Boston 4-3 N Cambria 0-1 N Mr-nfreal Ct 1 Janeski 9-15 at Milwaukee Gary Cowan Three Back y) 3.00. Some Flag, Tom- mys Champ, Joey Law, Sharonlta also Time: 1 :54. Ridaeview Hope, PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Tom Kite Jr. took a three-strok lead in the second round of til U.S. Amateur golf champion ship Thursday with a three-un der-par 67 for a M-hole total o 136. Defending champion S t e y Helnyk of Jacksonville, Fla shot a 68 and 1966 champ Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Ont., sho a 70 for a second-place tie a 139. First-round leader Lann; Wadkins of Richmond, Va.. fci back to 140 as he waded to a Uiree-over-par 73 on the rain soaked W a v e r 1 e y Country Club course here. BASIC INCOME TAX COURSE laws, theory. ?4 3-hour sess 12 weeks) Choice of and class Diploma d'AardecJ upon qrau'jniien ENROLL NOW! Classes Start September 4 Write or Call {With Canada's Largest! Tax Scrvici Job Placement Assistance Available 3rd Ave. S. ph. 327-3712 Plras? send na tree Informalrcm aboul Ihe 1370 H3R Irtcoma Taic Course. Thh is request tor information only and'places me under no io enroll Montreal Renko 10-? at St. Louis Berfaina 0-0 N San Francisco Rebergcr 5-5 at At- lanta Jarvis 15-11 N San Diego Corklns 4-6 at Cinclnnal Merritt 50-11 N Los Angeles Vanci 5-5 at Houston Wilson 7-5 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco MO 001 3 t Cincinnati 102 002 7 14 Pitlock (4-5) Robertson (4) Carroth- s and Oietz; Clonlnger (7-5) Carroll (8) and Corrales. HR: San Diego 030 100 9 1 Houston 000 000 3 1 Kirby (9-14) and Cannizzaro; Bill- ingham (10-7) Ray 11) Culver (6) Lemaster (p) and Edwards. Angeles 000 101 4 i 0 Atlanta on 040 is i Foster (B-11) Hough (5) Norman (8) and Sudakis; stone (10-9) and Tin- man. HRs; (13) Kosco Ati-Asron (36) Cepeda (32) Boy- '.r Philadelphia 000 CM- Z 1 Chicago 104 000 11 0 Short G. Jack- ion (8) and McCsrver; Jenkins (18- 4) ind Hundley. HRs: (a) McCarver CD; New York 001 010 3 51. Louis 101 111 10 0 Gentry (9-8J Folkers (5) R. Taylor 6) Herbel {71 and Dyer; Carlton