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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Seplembor 23, 1970 Twins Clinch Second Straight Title Mets Pleased With Outcome Against Phils BACK TOGETHER AGAIN Chicago Cubs skipper Leo Durocher, left, and HoytWil- helm, are together again after the Cubs acquired the veteran righthander from Atlanta Braves. Durocher was managing the then New York Giants in 1952 when Wilhelm first broke into the big leagues. Proposes Settlement change that will enable the Na- when New York Hangers ar bonal Hockey League to settle playoff spot in the East Di Both clubs had 92 point over Detroit Ked Wings in the Clarence Campbell, NHL final game, while the Canadien president, said Tuesday he will dropped a 10-2 decision to Cl propose that any ties for play- off positions be settled on the the playoffs because the club during the regular season. SPORTING GOODS DEPT. WEEKEND LEE ENFIELD 303 RIFLES (War Surplus) HARD POINT AMMUNITION TASCO BINOCULARS 7x50, Model 306 7x35, Model 304 Complete with and straps. Reg. 39.95. SPECIAL Complete with ant) straps. Reg. 29.95. SPECIAL PICK QUICK Goose UNIVERSAL GUN CLEANING KIT Regular 6.00. 4-99 DUCK CALL Quality by Great Wesl. SUPER SPECIAL SPORTING GOODS DEPARTMENT Just say "CHARGE IT" open a Convenient Hoyts' Charge Account By THE ASSOCIATED 1'KE A hit that weayed its w through Philadelphia's pulled infield for a single has N( York Mets 'thinking pleass thoughts again about the fii 10 days of tho National Leagi East Division race. Tommic Ageo delivered t ninth-inning hit for two runs a a 7-6 victory over the Philli Tuesday night that'pulled 1 Mels back within three gam of Pittsburgh Pirates and 1 them one behind second-pla Chicago Cubs. The Pirates protected the edge by coming back to kno off Montreal Expos 3-1 in t second game of a twi-nig doubleheader after being si' out 1-0 in the opener by B Stoneman. Chicago was rained out at S Louis. In other National Leag games Tuesday, Atlanta Brav trimmed San Diego Padres 3 Cincinnati Reds clipped Houstrs among the women with Robert Cowie being crowned he junior club champion for ho year. More Sport On Page 23 Angeles _ Bryant (5-7) McMahon (6) and Dlelz Foster (10-13) and Sudakis. FIRST Montreal .000 Ml 5 0 Pittsburgh 000. 000 0 S 0 Stoneman (6-15) and Bateman; El- lis (12-10) Grant (6) and Sanguillen. SECOND Montreal .010 004 4 Pittsburgh 000 110 5 Wegener (3-fi) McGinn (7) and Bate- man; Veaie (10-15) Gibbon (7) and Sanguillen. Houston 010 110 7 Cincinnati OH 000 6 9 Blasingame, Culver (6) Cook (8) Gladding (5-4) (8) Lemaster (8) and Howard; Nolan Wlicox (3-1) (7) Gran- ger (9) and Bench. HRs: gan (7) Watson San Diego 010 000 5 1 Atlanta ..100 000 13 0 Corktns, Rose (2) Wilson (1-6) (3) Doyle (9) and Canninaro; Nash (13-8) and Didier. HR: SD-Spezto New York 000 105 B 0 Philadelphia 002 000 7 o McAr.drew, Frlsella (6) Ryan (7-10) I) Chance (9) and Grate; Bunnlng, Fryman (6) Wilson (S) Selma (7-8) (9) and McCarvcr. PENNANT RACE East W L Pet GBL GL 'ittsburgn .83 71 .539 a Chicago BD 72 .526 2 It "Jew York 80 74 .519 3 E Pittsburgh: At home 5 Montreal New York 3; away 3 St. Louis 3. Chicago: At home 0; away 10 St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 3, New York 4. New York: At home 4 Chicago 4; away 4 Philadelphia .1, Pittsburgh LEAGUE LEADERS Minnesota Oakland California Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago TODAY'S GAMES .604 .548 -52S .403 .390 .353 Carly, All Clemente, Pgh B. Williams, Chi Chi Torre, StL..... ?ose, Cin ianguillen, Pgh "olan, Cine W. Parker, LA Cin 587 85 190 .324 118 200 .321 59 149 .320 567 107 181 .319 m 81 187 .318 564 103 177 .314 Runs: Bench Cincinnati, 45; B. Williams, 41. Runs Batted In: Bench, 144; Perez, 28. Pitching: Simpson, Cincinnati, 14-3, 824; Gibson, St. Louis, 72-6, .786. California Garrett 5-6 at Milwaukee Downing 5-12 N Kansas City Splittorff o-o at Chi- cago Johnson 3-6 Detroit Cain 13-7 or Kilkenny 7-6 at Jaltimcre Cuellar 23-a N Washington Coleman 8-10 at New 'ork Kllmkowskl 6-7 N Hargan af Boslon TUESDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota 2CO 082 9 3 Oakland .001 001 10 1 iat (13-1) Williams (6) Perranoski (6) and Ratlitf, Ttschinskl Dob- FIR5T Kansas City COO 101 2 7 7 Chicago .600 000 100__1 s 0 Draqo (9-1-1) Abernathv (9) and Kirk- nairick; Wynne (1-3) Moore (6) and Herrmann, Brinkman HR: Kirknatnck (IB) SECOND