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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TH( IFTHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, Scplombcr 8, 1970 w: XT WINNING COMBINATION-Greg Kveder, left, ca the Lethbridge Norcrest won the annual Labor Day I weekend. Norcrest ousted Lakeside in the final. Lakeside Loses In Final Norcrest Tops Lethbridgs Norcrest Little League All-Stars added yet an- other honor to their long list of success for the 3970 season. Norcrest, who just recenUy were edged in the Canadian Lit- tle League final, proved they were worthy Western Canada champions as they captured top honors in the annual Labor Day weekend tournament. Moose Jaw Red Sox won the senior Little League section of the two day event. Norcrest went unbeaten in three games to emerge with top honors. Saturday morning they stop- ped Edmonton South Jasper S-0 as Scott Jarvie picked up the mound victory for the locals. Brian Robinson stroked a home run. Robinson pitched the second gams as the locals routed Med- icine Hat Joyline 10-1. Catcher DRUM RENTALS ,50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phono 327-1056 Greg Kveder belted a round- tripper in that game. In the tournament final it was Jarvie who picked up the win as they dumped Leth- Taher Bantams Champions The Taber Moose Bantams won the Canadian Bantam Baseball Championships Sta- day, defeating Saskatchewan's Melville Comets 4-3 and 7-3 in the final games of a best-of- three series. Hamiota, Manitoba was the host club and representatives from British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan entered the series. With Western Canada having' the only bantam baseball championships Taber can be said to be the reigning Bantam champions of Canada. In earlier games Taber de- feated Burnaby 11-7, Hamiota 9-6, and were defeated by Mel- ville 5-4. The Taber Moose Bantams along with coach Albert Perini and manager Dale Fritzsi- monds should be proud with their fine performance. ESMYCAR READY FOR WINTER? How h My ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TIRES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FAIL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Better I Should Go To EL RANCHO TEXACO Today! El Rcmcho Ernio Says DONT SUFFER ALONG WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAY! Ei Rancho IrlxAcq] Service 6lh AVE., M.M. DRIVE PHONE 327-5406 1 w -4 H vT; and Scott Jarvie pitched at Leagt-e tournament' over ths Event bridge Lakeside 8-3. Paul Byrne suffered the loss. Reno Trentini pounded out a home run, a double and a single for Norcrest. David Kos-koski chipped in with three singles. Lakeside, in advancing to the final, trimmed Taber 4-1 in the first game Saturday and then earned a berth in the final by defeating High River 15-3. Moose Jaw Americans, one of ths pre tournament favorites, won the sonsolation honors with an Impressive 15-0 victory over Taber in the final. In other games Saturday Calgary Canadians lost 7-3 to High River while Joyline edged Moose Jaw 2-1. In the senior bracket Moose Jaw thrashed Calgary Canadians 23-3 to take home top honors. Consolation honors went to Lethbridge Braves as they stopped Caigary Red Sox 7-2 in the Regain Second Place Over S Willie Crawford celebrated his 24th birthday with a two-run homer in leading the Dodgers to their opening game victory. Orlando Cepeda slugged a two-ran shot for the Braves. Up In the nightcap, Wes Parker lashed a two-run double and two singles. Alan Foster, 9-11, gained his fifth victory in six decisions against Atlanta. Clete Boyer homered for the Braves. i Lead The By THE ASSOCIATED 1'llESS Cleon Jones disclaims any knowledge of the impostor that played left field earlier in the season for the New York Mels. "This is the real Cleon Jones coming he said after he clouted a two-run homer in the opener and a key single in the nightcap as the New Yorkers swept a Labor Day double-header from the Montreal Expos, 5-4 and 5-1. "I don't know who that other fellow 'said Jones, who was only hitting .237 Aug. 6. "I didn't know what I .was doing wrong then and now I don't know what I'm doing said Jones, after hitting in his 14th consecutive game and lifting Ms average to .273. The pair of victories enabled the Mets to edge into second place in the torrid National League East battle, games behind Pittsburgh Pirates and one-half game ahead of Chicago Cubs. TRADE WINS The Pirates and Cubs split their doubleheader, Pittsburgh winning the opener 8-3 before dropping the nightcap 9-2. In other NL action all San Francisco Giants beat Cincinnati Reds 6-3, 4-3; Houston Astros trimmed San Diego Padres 10-5, 9-4' Philadelphia Phillies stopped St. Louis Cardinals 5-1, 3-2 in 13 innings and Los Angeles Dodgers swept Atlanta Braves, 4-3, 6-2. Jones led a comeback in the opener, drilHng his ninth homer in the eighth inning to tie the score at 4-4. A pair of walks followed and Gerry Grote ripped a lie-breaking single. The Mets backed Jim He-Andrew', 9-11, in the second game with a five-run second inning as Jones contributed a' single to the rally. Tommie Agee drilled his 23rd homer -a three-run and MeAiitew scattered six hits. Nine home runs were hit in the tw.o games. Bob Moose won the opener for the his first complete game in a month Richie Hebner keyed an 11-hit attack with three, and drove in four runs with a pair of homers. Bob Robertson added a homer for the Pirates and Willie Smith and Joe Pepitone cracked for the Cubs. Ferguson Jenkins tossed a five-hitter in the nightcap for his 19lh victory and also clubbed a homer, as did Billy Williams. The Giants rallied for three runs in the seventh inning to overtake the Reds in the nightcap. Tito Fuentes drove in the first two with a bases-loaded, two-out hit off shortstop Don Chaney's glove and Bobby Bonds sped home when Chaney's throw to the plate went wild. Bobby Tolan had a two-run homer for the Reds. In the opener, Juan Marichal, 10-10, survived 11 Cincinnati hits while Bonds and Willie Mc-Covey homered. McCovey also drove in a run with a sacrifice fly and Hal Lanier added a two-run double for the Giants. Joe Morgan ripped five hits in the second game, including a key two-run double that put the Astros ahead to stay and the little second baseman added a pair of hits and scored two runs in the opener. Bob Watson started a six-run Houston sixth inning in the first game as Larry Howard added a pair of homers. Ramon Webster had a pinch grand slam for the Padres. The Phils jumped out for four first inning runs in the Cle as Larry Bowa opened with a triple and Denny Doyle and Deron Johnson added .run-scoring hits as Philadelphia ended a five-game losing streak. Bowa won the nightcap lor Alyea Shines Jones the Phils wilh a two-oul, mil-scoring single in the 13th inning after Philadelphia had loaded the bases with none out. Bowa also drove in an earlier run with a single. The By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Brant Alyea and good old number seven helped keep the Minnesota Twins six games out in front of the Oakland Athletics Monday in the American League's west division baseball standings. Alyea struck Milwaukee Brewers pitchers for seven runs batted in Monday, Sept. 7, repeating a feat he staged when he made his debut in a" Twins uniform. The Twins edged the Brewers 7-6 in the first game of a the one in which Alyea pulled his numbers act. He added two more runs driven in in the Twins 8-3 victory in ths nightcap. The A t h 1 o t i c s kept pace, sweeping the Chicago White Sox 7-4 an 7-3. California Angels who had been tied with the A's, lost 4-1 to Kansas City and dropped games back. Elsewhere, Detroit Tigers downed Baltimore Orioles 5-2, the New York Yankees nipped Washington Senators 4-3 and Cleveland Indians' trounced Boston Eed Sox 8-2 after losing 4-3. OPENED WITH FOUR RBI Alyea started his heroics early wilh a grand slam homer in the first inning of the opener. He added a three-run shot in ths third, Ms 15th of the season, then singled and reached on an error. In the nightcap he singled a run across in the first and hit a sacrifice fly in the seventh. Ron Bsrranoski nailed down the opener for the Twins with his 28th save and Hal Haydei, making his major league debut, won the second game wilh five strong innings in relief and also homered and doubled. The hitting of Joe Kudi, Sal Bando and pitcher Vida Blue powered Oakland past Chicago twice, giving the A's an eight game winning streak and the White Sox a losing skein of similar length. Rudi socked a homer in the opener and drove in three runs with a homer and doubls in the second game. Bando, who also homered in the first game, drilled a three-run double in the nightcap. Blue got his first major league hit in the opener, a three-run homer. JOHNSON WORKS HARD Past-balling Bob Johnson hurled a three-hitter, fanned 10 and also stroked a two-run single as the Royals handed the slumping Angels their fourth setback in a row. Ed Kirkpat-rick homered for the winners. Jim Northrup knocked in four runs with a double and single to pace the Tigers over the Orioles and thwart Jim Palmer's bid for his 20th victory. Boog Powell's two-run homer in the eighth ruined Joe Neik-ro's shutout bid. The Orioles lead the AL East by nine games over the Yankees, who shaded the Senators on the hitting of Jake Gibbs and Lindy Mc-Daniel's clutch relief pitching. Gibbs had two doulbes and singled home the winning run in the seventh inning. McDaniel relieved winner Mike Kekich in the last of the seventh and worked out a bases-loaded1, one-out jam. Larry Brown's bases-lorded triple and Vada Pinson's three-run homer paced the Indians over the Red Sox after Cleveland's Sam McDowell missed a shot at his 20th triumph in the opener. Boston scored the winning rim when Buddy Bradford dumped a fly ball in centre field. Pinson also homered in that TIRE SPORT SCORES Results CALGARY (CP) Rscs results Monday at Victoria Park. First claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 forlongs. Barlanx (Barrofay) 4.10 3.30 2.40, Hobo's Delight {McCauley) 4.80 2.60, Ace- Award (Billingsley) 2.40. Time: 3-5. Kizam, Janice's Delight, Eva Dobbin, Timolene, Ringo's Sister also ran. Second claiming, 3-year-oIrfs and up, 7 furlongs. Finding Ways (Stadnyk) 10.09 4.70 3.70, Tinla Rullah (Whittle) 3.70 2.90, Bay Chief (Parsons) 4.30. Time. Senor Tigre, Jons Hawk, Desert Bunny, Over Current, Squib also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 7 fur-Cneaf Bull (Shields) 20.80 7.70 4.70, Sir Morn (Stadnyk) 6.30 4.30, Dreamin Deariion (Whiltle) 4.20. Time: 1-5. Bomb Site, Tiger Tracks, Yousweep-Ingdoil, Pixie Bells also ran. Fourth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, miles. Chained Flag (Rasmussen) 9.60 4.6Q 3.30, Lady Kasha (Bfllingsley) 4.20 2.90, Max! Dent (Stadnyk) 3.50. Time: 4-5. Shy Pirate, Aurnol, Home Ja'mes, Mydar also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs. Morning Waster (Wiseman) 12.01) 5.00 4.10, Ho Work (Barroby) 3.90 3.20, Tole King (J. Whittle) 3.BO. Time: 2-5. Now its Reality, Donorro, Big Bam-bl, Pour Me Another, Bold Leader also ran, Sixth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Bonny Airs (Shields) 25.50 6.SO, Doon Beg (Stadnyk) 10.30 5.10, Dexfer Boy (Culhbertson) Time: Roman Frost, Safari Tan, Princess Lani, Settay Soo, Bon Ante, also ran. Seventh 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Duchess Nan (McCauley) 7.50 5.10 3.80, Western Runner (Stadnyk) 4JO, sister City (Cuthbertson) 5.30. Time: 4-5. Kilam, Cariboo Red, Raglimer, Mer-ry Muffet also ran. Eighth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, miles. Parents' Joy (Stadnyk) 9.70 4.40, Tcdlce (McCauley) 10.30 6.10, Wolf's Go Go (Bisllngsley) 5.90. Time: !-5. Oh It's You, Merry Sailor, Nsw Omen, Petite D'Amour, Cosmic Kid also ran. QU1NELLA: (45.W. SATURDAY First SI ,400, cialmlng, 2-year-olds, 5 furlongs. Doolln (McCauley) 7.40 3.60 3.00, Alice Arm (Stadnyk) 3.40 3.00 Derrick Dancer (Whittle) 3.90. 3-5. 'High Tenor, Viking Rover, Andy's Rouser, Our Valley, Royal Rouser also ran. Second claiming, 3-year-olds, IV's miles. Tetraspcsd (Whlllle) 17.90 <-30 4.00, King Dreamer (Parsons) 4.50 2.90, Swinging Lane (FJorris) 3.10. Time: 4-5. Mister Auctioneer, Qulllatlon, Child, Sioux Menacs also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S103.80 Third JUDO, claiming, 3-year-olds, iw Alis'ky (A. Cufhbertson) 9.10 5.70 4.20, Nancy (BHIingsley) 6.40 4.50, Flying Nib (Shields) 5.90. Time: 1-5. Bell's Sheila Sharp Rspiy, Super Quill, Ctltlc also ran. Fourth claiming, IVi miles. Sure Hidden (BIHtnqsley) 10.20 2.50, Gallant Canadian (Morris) 3.50 2.40, Silverado Trail (Parsons) 2.60. Time: 4-5. Grand Stride, Twilight Mood also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-ytsr-oids un, miles, ice Alley (Morris) 9.50 3.BD 2.30, Silk Buttons (Blllingsley) 3.90 Gilmorn (Whiltle) 2.30. Time: 1-5. Queen Dale, Lant Beyond also ran. Track Scratch: Rldevisw EXACTOR: Sixin Si. claiming, 3-year-elrfj and 1% miles. Mister Bountiful (Norrls) 15.70 6.70 4.00, Old Army (Whittle) 3.70 Jojo (Parsons) 3.50, Time: 1-5. My Rose Ann, Momentarily, Blue, Fabison also LEAGUE East W L Pel. GBL Pittsburgh 75 65 .53i New York 73 66 .525 IVi Chicago 73 a .521 2 St. Louis 66 75 .-463 Philadelphia 65 75 .444 10 Montreal 60 79 .437 Wes! Cincmnall m 53 .625 Los Angeles 77 62 .554 11 San Francisco 73 67 .521 15VV Atlanta ffl 72 .48? 20 Houston .67 73 .477 San Diego 53 87 .379 35'A TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta Stone 10-9 at Los Angeles Vance i-i H Cincinnati Washburn 2-4 at San Francisco Reberger 5-5 N Chicago Hands 15-12 at Pittsburgh Blass 9-10 Houston Wilson 8-5 at San Diego Kirby 9-14 N Montreal Renko 10-? at New York Gentry 9-8 si. Louis Canton 9-18 at Philadelphia 11-12 N MONDAY'S RESULTS FIRST SI. Louis .000 MI t Fh ladolphis 401 WO OOx- i i 1 Reuss (5-7) Llnzy (I) Guzman (SI Chlupsa (5) Cleveland (8) and Simmons; Short (8-14) and Ryan. SECOND St. Louis MO 000 1 Philadelphia 000 000 000 S 15 0 Torrez, Cleveland CB) Hllgendorf (8) C. Taylor (10) Chlupsa (0-2) (121 and Simmons; palmer, Selma (8) Hoerner (13) and McCarver. FIRST i Atlanta MO NO 1 i Los Angeles 000 022 411 0 Nash (12-8) Barber (8) and DIdier; Sulton (14-11) Brewer (8) and Nailer, Torborg HRs: Cepeda Crawford SECOND At anta 110 WO t 1 Los Angeles JIl i ll o Jarvis (15-12) Cardwell (4) Kesler (7) and King; Foster (9-11) and Suda-kis. HR: Buyer FIRST Houston 001 016 12 0 San Diego 010 000 5 6 2 Forsch (1-0) and Howard; Nyman (0.1) Willis (6) Sanlorlni (7) and Kendall HRs: Howard (2-2) Watson Webster SECOND Houston 100 400 11 Cincinnati 6 San Diego 3 Pittsburgh 4-6 Philadelphia 3-4 New York 5 Chicago 3 Houston 7 Los Angeles 2 Montreal' 6 SI. Louis 0 Atlanta 5-5 San Francisco 2-3 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pel. G3U Ballimore 87 51 .636 NOW York 30 iO .571 9 Delroit 7J 66 .529 15 Boston 77 63 .514 17 Cleveland 67 71 52Vi Washington 65 74 .463 33'A West Minnesota 63 55 .601 Oakland 78 62 .557 California 76 63 .547 Kansas .City 53 86 .381. 52 87 .374 am Chicago 49 92 .343 TODAY'S GAMES New York Slottlemyre 12-12 af Washington Shellcnback 6-3 N Baltimore Cucllar 21-7 at Detroit Lo-lich N California May 6-1! el Kansas City Rooker fi-15 N Boston Brclt s-15 at Cleveland Har gan 8-2 N Milwaukee PatMn 11-11 it Minns-sola Blyleven 9-S Fl Only garnes RESULT5 FIRST Milwauket 010 lift- U f Minnesota 403 000 7 f 1 Krausse (12-16) Golnar (3) Twltciiell (5) Ellsworth (6) Sanders (7) and Roof, McKeriney Zepp, (5) (9-8) Perranoskl (B) and Ratllff, Mitterwald HRs: SECOND Milwaukee 101 001 371 Minnesota 111 100 8 10 1 Downing (J-12) Bolln (7) Baldwin (7) Morris (8) and McUertney; Tlint, Haydei (10-0) (2) Perranoskl (7J and Mitterwald. HRs: MIl-Haroer (27) Haydei FIRST Boston 000 Oil 6 fl Cleveland Ml 3 i 1 Peters (14-10) Waqner (8) Lyle and Montgomery; McDowell (19-10) Rlttwaae (8) Colbert and Sims. HRs: Pinson SECOND Boston 210 ODD 240 Cleveland 030 111 8 13 0 Kooncc (3-J) Hartensteln (5) Mills (11-7) and Edwards; Coombs (9-12) Wilson (4) Dukes (6) Ross (8) and Cannlzzaro FIRST Cincinnall Ml 000 3112 San Francisco 200 100 03X-6 5 1 No an (16-6) Maloney (7) and Bench; Marichal (10-10) and DIetz. HRs: Chaney Bonds (24) McCovey SECOND Cincinnati 003 371 San Francisco MO Oil 410 C oninger, Carroll (9-4) (7) and Cor-rales; Carrlthers, Johnson (3) Cumbered (1-0) (6) McMahon (3) and Stcoh-enson, DIetz (a) Cumberland, (l-o) Carroll, HR: Tolan FIRST Montreal 020 010 7 0 NSW York MO MO 5 1 1 Morion, Marshall (8) (2-6) and Bate-man; Seaver, Frisella (8) (6-2) and Grole. HRs: Jonei SECOND Menlrcal 000 010 1 6 1 Hew York 050 OW 1 1 McGinn (7-9) Reed (2) Wegener (3) Strohmayer (5) Marshal! (7) and Boc-abella; McAndrew (Ml) and Grota. HR: Agee FIRST Chicago 200-3 T 5 Pittsburgh 001 HI t 11 0 Pappas (11-7) Colborn (5) Rodrig.uei (7) and Hundley Moose (9-9) and San-guillen. HRs: Pepitone (22) W. Snith Hebner (2) (8) Robertson and 51ms. HRs: T, Conlnliaro (29) Yastnemski Pinson Ne'w York 10! 000 10ft- 4 T 1 Washington 200 ooi 3 3 1 Kekich (6-2) McDaniel (8) and Gibbs; Bosman (15-10) (8) Grzenda (9) and Casanova. California 001 100 1 9 1 Kansas City 030 000 4 1 Bradley (2-3) Laroche (4} K. Tatum (5) Fisher (6) Cox (8) and Azcue; Johnson (7-10) and Klrkpatrick. HR: Kirkpatrick Baltimore OH 000 5 t fl Detroit 200 000 5 S 9 Palmer Rtchert (7) Watt (7) and Hepdricks; Neikro (12-11) Tim-merman (8) and Price. HR: Powell FIRST Oakland Ill 300 7 10 Chicago 010 035 f 1 Blue, Finqers (6-9) (5) and Tenace; John (11-15) Older Weaver (4) Magnuson (6) Horleh (3) and Joseph-son, Herrmann HRs: (20) Rudi (9) Blue SECOND Cowan Ties For Third PORTLAND, Ore. Wadkins of Richmond, Va., won the 70th United States amateur golf championship Saturday, sinking a 20-foot putt on the final hole to clinch his victory over Tom Kite Jr. Wadkins finished with a score to 280 for Kite. Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Ont, was in a thres-way tie for third at 234. Wayne McDonald of Oakville, Out., finished well down at Cowan's final-round 72 made his tournament record for a tie with Jim Ga-brielson, who had a last-round 73. and Jim Simons, with a last-day 74.' Wadkins and Kite later were two of four players named to the United States team that will compete in Hie World Cup championships Sept. 23-26 in Madrid, Spain. The U.S. is the defending champion in the World Cup for amateur golfers, in '.viiich 39 countries will 100 W2 12 Sequi (10-101 Lachernann Locker (6) Llndblad (7) and Duncan; Johnson (2-5) Moore (2) Stanqe (6) Eddy (7) Murphy (8) Wood (8) Magnuson 9) and Herrmann. HRs: Rudi 00} m 100 t Kansas City 031 000 1 1 Bradley (5-3) Larecne (4) K. Tatum loo 010 ooo- j i i Jenkins (19-14) and Hundley; Veale (9-15) Lamb (7) Acosta (9) Canton (9) Gibbon (9) and Sanguillen. HRs: Williams (37) Santo (2-23) Jenkins SUNDAY St. Louis 7 Montreal Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 3 Los Angeles 4 Houston 3 Cincinnati 6 San Diego 5 San Francisco 1 Atlanta 0 New York at Chicago ppd, Boston 9 Baltimore S New York A Cleveland 1 Detroit 8 Washington 7 Oakland 7 Kansas dm 1 Minnesota 3 California 1 Chicago at Milwaukee ppd, rain SATURDAY Baltimore 3 Boston 1 New York 3 Clevelanr 1 Washington 3 Detroit J Minnesota 4 California 1 Oakland B Kansas City 1 Eagles Name Bodnar SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Gus Bodnar, an executive in the Toronto Maple Leafs organization, has been named the new coach and general manager of Salt Lake Golden Eagles of the Western Hockey League. Bodnar, 47, will replace Ray Kinasewich, who recently resigned because of personal reasons. Bodnar had been responsible for eight amateur teams sponsored by Toronto. Bodnar played in the National Hockey League .for Toronto, Chicago Black Hawks and Boston Wins Ball Crown WINNIPEG (CP) Hain forced cancellation of the final three game? Monday at the Canadian senior men's fastball championship, but did not, affect Ontario's firm grip on the championship. The team from London was named winner Sunday after completing the tournament undefeated in six starts. Vancouver, representing Alberta-British Columbia, was awarded second place over Saskatchewan by virtue of their victory when the two teams met. Both finished with 3-2 records. New Brunswick and the Northwest Territories both finished with 2-3 records, but the Hay River team from the Territories was awarded fourth ARE THE ALBERTA DISTRIBUTORS FOR MAYRATH GRAIN rrsv. "A 1 Jp claiming, 3-year-olds and up, IVa miles. River Hawk (Shields) 10.00 4.70 3.00, Tutfy's Image (McCauley) 7.10 3.EO, Hewinsum (Horrli) 3.00. Time; Lar's Theme, Ferment, Thuniprincs also ran. Track Scratch: Wood 1 "L REGULAR AND Added Futurity, 7 furlongs. Brandy Magic (Cuthberlson) 38.10 10.00 5.70, Starry Prince (Whittle) A.5Q 3.9ft, Maxic's Heir (Stadnyk) 4.20. Time: 4-5. Rapid Stride, Flight Count, Typical Dancer, Tollivar Caroufer also ran. Ninth SI ,500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Bunny's Buddy (BllllnflSley) 5.70 4.30 3.90, Esprit O'Or (Sladnyk) 5.60 3.96, Miffed (Parsons) strength of their victory over the Maritimcs squad. Quebec placed tied with host Manitoba with W records, but with a victory over the Manitoba team. Hay River's pitcher Wally Dick, the lone pitcher with the team, was named most valuable player of the tournament. ELRICH TIRE LTD.I COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 1 403 lit Av. South Won. or 317-4445 W Luro, Chuckle On, Shock Troop, Blue Klondike Doll also 5U1NELLA' out a lolal 51 batters in :t4 innings pitched and finished with n 2-3 record. ;