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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta NOBODY'S GOT IT Ottawa Rough Riders' Al Marcelin, left, leaps in vain while trying to intercept- a pass from Toronto Argonaut quarterback Don Jones during a Can- adian Football League game in Toronto Sunday. Intended receiver is Jim Thorpe Argos moved into a first-place tie with Montreal Alduettes in the Eastern Conference with their 30-25 victory. Hargan Fires Ttvo-Hiller Orioles' Margin Three By THE ASSOCIATED PRESi Steve Hargan's fast ball was gone with the wind, Rich Mor ales' homer was gone in a flash and Baltimore Orioles were just gone. Hargan said the wind lielpec as he pitched a two-hitter to lead Cleveland Indians over New York Yankees 3-1; Morales delivered a thunderbolt homer as Chicago White S'ox nipped Minnesota Twins 8-7 and the Orioles bombed Boston Red Sox 13-2 Sunday to cut their magic number in the American League East to three games. "I had the wind behind Hargan said after allowing the Yankees a fourth-inning single by Roy White and a single by Danny Cater in the eighth. "I'd always heard that if you get a good horse, ride it, so I stayed with my fastball. "It was just one of those days that went my way and we got some runs. I threw maybe five or six curve balls all day." HOMER IS MARGIN Morales' first major league homer, a sixth-inning shot off Jim Kaat, was the winning mar- gin after the White Sox scored seven times in the fifth and held off a ninth-inning rally by the Twins. Leaves Million Dollar Estate NEW YORK (AP) Vince Lombari, the late coach of Washington Redskins of the Na- tional Football League, left an estate valued at more than million. The bulk of the estate has left to his widow, Mrs. Marie Lombard's will also stipulated provisions in trust for his two children, Mrs. Susan L. Bick- ham of Chicago and Vincent H. Lombard! of St. Paul, Minn. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM N.A. TITtE BOUT RUHL vs SWEETAN Man Mln. Mike v, Siki Plus 3 more bouts The Orioles' clinching number for the East Division pennant was reduced with the Yankee loss. Baltimore is out of hailing distance with a 14-game lead over New York. Elsewhere In the AL, Kansas City Royals took a pah- of ex- tra-inning affairs from Oakland Athletics by identical 8-7 scores; California Angels turned back Milwaukee Brewers 2-1 and Washington Senators cuffed De- trait Tigers 10-0. Chgg Goes To Calgary Scotty Munro, head mentor for the Calgary Centennials o the Western Canada Hockey League, doesn't miss a trick. Centennials, who lost to Ed monton Oil Kings in a nine- game series for the western title in the league, are in the market for a new goaltender Ed Dyck, last year's netminder for Munro, has looked good in :he Vancouver Canucks train- ing camp and at present has ;eneral manager Bud Polie and coach Hal Laycoe thinking Dyck has been impressive and bo t h Canuck bosses are pleased. This leaves Munro ana bis Centennials in a bind. Munro is dealing on a goal- lender to fill Dyck's shoes. One of the prospects is S'am Clegg, who last year didn't get much of a chance to show his talents with the Lethbridge Sugar Kings. Munro is high on Clegg, a 17- year old from Fairview, Al- >erta. "He's a said Hunro. "He's got all the po- tential, all he needs is so coaching." In return for Clegg, since the Sugar Kings have a working agreement with the Centen- nials, the locals received the services of John Davidson, the rack-up man to Dyck last sea- ion. FREE WHEEL PACK (PARTS EXTRA) WITH EACH FALL TUNE-UP 10 Days Only! Sept. 8th to 19th! Moke Your Appointment Today With El Rancho Service 6th Ave., M.M. Drive Phone 327-5406 Homers by Craig Nettles and Buddy Bradford helped Hargan notch his ninth victory in 12 de- cisions. The Yankees scored an unearned run in the fourth. Hargan, modest about his fine pitching performance, credited Bradford with saving the vie tory when he made a running catch of Jimmy Lyttle's lini drive in the eighth after the Cater single. "It sure got me out of a Hargan said. TWELVE BAT IN FIFTH The White Sox, playing their last game under acting Mana ger Bill Adair, sent 12 men to the plate in their big fifth inning but needed Morales' long bal for the deciding margin. The West Division-pacing Twins were a run short with their two-run uprising in the ninth. Mike Cuellar, Baltimore's stickout southpaw, won his 23n game as the Orioles ran their winning string to six. Mark Belanger, Boog Powell Merv Rettenmund, Brook's Rob inson and Cuellar each knocked in two runs as Baltimore wrapped up the victory with three runs in the sixth inning and six in the seventh. Lou Piniella knocked in the tying and winning runs with tvWHiut triple in the last of the llth to give the Kansas City their first-game victory. EC Kirkpatrick scored Jack Her- nandez with a two-out, pinch single in the 12th complete the Royal sweep. The twin win spoiled a big day for Oakland's Reggie Jack- son, who collected his. 21st homer, a double and four sin- gles in the doubleheader. Jim Fregosi's triple keyed a two-run first inning as Califor- nia snapped a nine-game losing streak with its victory over Mil- waukee. ------Monday, Soplember 14, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD 7 Division Race Tightens Grads Belt Rams 26-0 Mel Salmon scored a pair of touchdowns Saturday evening as the Grads belted the LCI Rams 26-0 in the annual Grad Game. What was billed to be a struggle between the old and lie new took the form of a Irad runaway as the Old- Timers led 21-0 at half time and won going away. Larry Edwards and Bob Jroder chipped hi with solo touchdowns. The remaining two )oints came off of converts, on wo Of the four major scores. Ranis will see their inital ac- tion in league play Friday .eve- ning when they meet the Cath- olic Central Cougars at eight 'clock at Henderson Park. The Cougars are the defend- ng Southern Alberta High School Football League cham- lions. The third learn in the eague is the Winston Churchill Bulldogs. Alou's Error Was Costly As Cubs Trim Pirates By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Manager Danny Murtaugh and pitcher Steve Blass of Pitts- burgh Pirates were just a hand- shake Matty Alou let Chicago Cubs slip through his fingers. Alou, Pittsburgh's usually sure-handed centre fielder, muffed a fly ball with two out in the ninth inning Sunday and the Cubs went on to kayo Blass and score two quick runs for a 3-2 victory that tightened the three-team scramble for the Na- tional League's elusive East Di- vision title. The sudden turnabout carried the third-place Cubs "within one game of the first-place Pirates and within one-half game of the runner-up New York Mets, who lost 54 to St. Louis on Joe Torre's 13th inning homer. It also caught Murtaugh, the Pir- ates' manager, with his hand outstretched. "To tell you the he said, "I was stepping out of the dugout to shake Steve's hand." Blass led 2-1 and was one out away from a five-hit victory when Alou dropped pinch-hitler Willie Smith's short fly for a wo-base error. Don Kessinger 'aced a run-scoring single on ;he next pitch to tie the game, ook second on Glenn Beckert's Trst pitch single which fin- ished the shaken scored the winner on Billy Wil- iams' second-pitch single off re- vfir George Brunei. ALOU UPSET "I should have caught the said Alou, fighting back ears in the Pirates' quiet club- louse. "I knew the wind was blowing in, but I should have caught the ball." "I'm not about to criticize said Blass, who wound up with his 12th loss in 21 deci- sions. "He's saved me a thou- sand times. I still had a chance o get Matty off the hook if I lad gotten Kessinger, but I didn't do it." Elsewhere, San Diego Padres stunned Cincinnati's Reds, the Vest Division leaders, for the third straight time, 5-4, Los An- geles Dodgers downed San Francisco Giants 5-3 in 10 in- nings; Montreal Expos topped Philadelphia Phillies 4-2 and Houston Astros drubbed Atlanta Braves 10-6. In New York, Torre, who had struck out three times, won it for St. Louis with a leadoff homer in the 13th off Ron Her- bel, the Mets' fourth pitcher. St. Louis relievers Nelson Briles, Frank Bertaina and Frank Linzy, the winner, com- bined to retire the last 22 Met batters in order after a sixth in- ning singls by Cleon Jones. Joe Hague drove in the Cards' first four runs with a homer and a single. BOUNCE BACK Pete Hose's 14th homer gave the Reds a 4-3 lead in the eighth inning at San Diego, but the Padres bounced back in their half on a two-run pinch-double by Larry Stahl. Tom Haller pinch-hit a three- run homer in the 10th, breaking a 1-1 deadlock at San Francisco, and the Dodgers, ending a five- game losing streak, added an- Big Eight Football Commences Western Eight football kicked off in five southern Alberta cen- tres on Saturday. Scores ranged from run- aways to some tight ball. Two newcomers to the league, Claresholm and Cardston fought a dose one at Claresholm, with Claresholm taking the 9-7 win. A real swamper was racked up at Picture Butte where the Butte beat another new entry, High River, 67-6. Vulcan also piled it up on the Scoreboard to dump the St. Mary's Warriors 41-0. The game was played at Vulcan. The new entry of Warner- Milk River Ridge Riders beat Manton 42-24 in a contest at Vanton. Last year's champion Ray- mond Comets Coaldale 30-25 in a game at Coaldale. Western Eight ball (nine players) continues each Satur- day for eight more we.eks in round robin play between the 10 teams. NEAD RALLIES PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) Sam Snead, surging back trongly after being five down it the 15th hole in the morning ound, defeated Max Faulkner if Britain 3 and 2 Sunday in the 36-hole world professional senior golf championship. GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) The golden era of Team Mc- Laren's domination of road rac- ing in North America came to an end Sunday. The driver who did it was 38- year-old Tony Dean, a Britisher whose 182-cubic inch Porsche Spyder 903 shouldn't even have been racing against the b'kes of the 600 horsepower McLaren' Chevrolets. Dean, a veteran of many Eu- ropean courses, happened to be the guy sitting in the right posi- tion at the right time as the more powerful contenders dropped out one by one in a wreck-marred Canadian-Ameri- can Challenge Cup race at the new Road Atlanta Circuit 40 miles northeast of Atlanta. The Britisher romped home to collect from the largest payday of his end Team Mc- other run before the Giants ral- lied for a pair in the bottom of the inning. The Expos scored twice in the eighth on Rusty Staub's single, a fielder's choice, a throwing error by pitcher Joe Hoerner, and Ron Brand's sacrifice fly to break a 2-2 tie and hand the Phillies their fifth straight set- back. Cesar Nedeno's two-run dou- ble and two Atlanta errors keyed a six-run first inning burst that carried the Astros past the Braves. McLaren's Lose., Domination Ends Beiivenuti Stops Baird BARI, Italy (AP) middleweight champion Nino Benvenuti of Italy stopped Doyle Baird of the United States in the 10th and last round of a non-title fight Satur- day night. B n v e n u 11 shook Baird throughout the fight with sting- ing rights and solid left hooks. Laren's string of Can-Am victo- ries at 19. A McLaren team car hadn't lost in the series since Oct. 13, 19C8, ard they had won tiic series title three times in a Dean's at Road Atlanta came after four separate early leaders either wrecked or ran off the new 2.52 mile course. Denis Hulme, who had posted three Can-Am victories as the No. 1 Can-Am driver, while leading on the ninth lap. Pete Revson, the New York sportsman driver, and George Eaton, a Canadian department store heir, suffered the same fate while they held the advan- tage later. Peter Gethin of Britain, Hulme's teammate who had won the most recent Can-Am at Elkhart Lake, Wis., seemed a sure winner until he was black- flagged for a pit road violation, then blew the engine in his car a lap later. With Hulme, Revson, Eaton and Gethin gone, and with the radical Chapparral 2J car of Vic Elford misfiring almost from the start, Dean rolled into the lead on the 67th lap and coasted home with almost a mile to spare over second-place finisher Dave Causey of Car- mel, Ind. L o t h a r Motschenbacher of Beverly Hills, Calif., was third, Oscar Koveleski of Scranton, Pa. fourth and Roger McCaig of Scarborough, Ont, fifth. WINS SHOW JUMPING GRAND PRIX Terrance Torchy Millar of Ste. Marguerite Que., riding Pistol Pete, Sunday captured the grand prix event at the Canadian National Show Jumping championships. Millar and Pistol Pete had only one knockdown on the first round through the 15-jump grand prix course. Monday Deadline CALGARY (CP) Unless weekend negotiations produce results in a dispute be t w e e n coaches and the public school board, high school football will he dropped for 1970, it was an- nounced today. Mediator Robert W. Pulley- Wank says the 12-day dispute remains deadlocked as the Mon- day deadline approaches. "If inter school sports are to go this fall, the kids have to bs on the fields Monday after- noon." The dispute started Sept. 1 when 75 coaches who normally carry a full teaching load, said they would not take part in ath- letic programs unless pay was increased or teaching loads lightened. RESIDENTS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA MR. DOUG DUNLOP PRESIDENT DUNtOP FORD SALES IT0, Every once in o while, a car dealer sees a new mode! and knows this is the one. It's a winner! I'm Doug Dunlop from Dunlop Ford and I've seen the new 1971 Ford Model Line-up, and it gives me a great deal of pride and pleasure to invite all of you to visit us at Dunlop Ford and see for yourself why we are all so excited. They really are the cars of the seventies, the finest automobiles to ever grace the roads cars distinguished by memorable advances in all that matters most to the discriminating motorist, engineered for improved handling, control- led power and personal luxury. Here then is our 1971 model line-up and on display now in our showrooms. Please accept this open letter from me as your personal invitation to view these outstanding motor cars at your convenience and discover how easily you can possess one. Free refreshments and our second annual Beef Barbecue are being of- fered. That's this Friday, Sept. 18th, to p.m. DOUG DUNLOP PRESIDENT Dunlop Ford Sales Ltd. ;