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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Scplcmber 30, 1970 Mets Alone In Second Place Clyb Sizzling By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS liookie Milt May kept (lie neuly-crowncd National League cast champion Pittsburgh Pir- ates sizzling while newcomer Hike McQueen cooled Cincin- nati Reds, the runaway west winners, gaining his first ma- jor-league triumph. May keyed Pittsburgh's 7-2 victory over Bob Gibson and St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday night, drilling a two-run pinch double that snapped a 1-1 tic in a four- run Pirates' eighth inning. The Pirates, who clinched the east title Sunday, ran their winning streak to five in a row. McQueen, a rookie left-han- der, stopped tire Beds on seven hits for Ills first complete gan in the majors. He is 1-5, cndin Cincinnati's two-game winnii siring. fn oilier National Leagi games, New York Mets sloppi Chicago Cubs 3-1, Montro Expos routed Philadelphia Ph lies 10-3, Houston Astri trimmed San Francisco Gian I V COUNTRY CLUB'S BEST B and R Men's Wear won Ihe Country Club men's golf league championship this past season. The winners are, front row, left to right, George Mossey, Jim Freel, Jr., and Dorin Berlando. Middle row, left to right are Garth Passey, Bill Broadfoot, Bert Eccles and Eddie Cairns. Back row, left lo right, Charlie Virtue, Vic Meech, Fred Parrott and Doug Bayer. Bowling Scores CAPRI YBC FRIDAY Lynn Pearson 149; Lynerfe Ciember 143; Tom Passey 14J; Rick MacLean IBB; Garry Lohuls 177; Marilyn San- ders M2; Mlchele MacLean 201; Ron Greizlngt. 29-1 COM Sam Glrardl 291 Conrad Ar- nold 269; Ivan Wills 256; Jim Yam. ada 2fi6; Bob Barva 220; John Folk 217; Dave Crighton 373; Gloria Hry- cyk 203; Annelle Furo 200. AGT Cathy McGlnty 244; Marlon Tolley 240 Joan Sinclair 247; Lucy Miller 290 Gloria Murkin 280; Eleanor Dorigaltl 245; Wayne Sloliker 240; Del Homulos 55d; Pat HorJ 944; Frank Tultle 2BO; Mike Slevens 251. YBC BANTAMS Bev Salmon 20J; Leslie Klllins 147; Lorj Hamillon 140; Darcy Tamayose 135; Barbara Turner 130; calhy Rob- erls 121; Harvle Pocza 214; Perry MacDonald 33J; Mike Sharun 26J; Frank Novak 1B1; Gordon Syme 1S2; John Ross 175. YBC JUNIORS-SENIORS D a r w i n Romanchur: 239. Cheryc Otcrmeyer John Novak 276 Dave Henderson 219; Na- dine Kovacs 28-1 Peler Larson 241; Linda Malcomson 211 Ken KurlZ 201; Bernie Pohl 27J Pat Lengyel 167; Cindy Terry IBS; John Daykln 200; Lori Smeed 162. YOUNG ADULTS Rick Larson 272; Dennis Smllh 270; Klaus Wiizke 269; Randy Wolstoncrolt 26d; Bob Omolani 343, Linda Malcom- son 290 Suzan McDonald Bev M07GI 220; Bev Evans 222; Caro- lyn Passey 207; Fay Marlin 207. SENIOR CITIZEN'S Bill Jensen 256 Emll Collin 203; Spot Miller 224; Bob Linderman 337, Henry Bechthold 301 Frank Bernhart 259 Mafl Bernhart 233; Len Milner 242; Velma Miller 190. HEPP'S AUTOMOTIVE (MIXED) Linda Malcomscn 303 Ken Malcomson 237; Suzan McDonald 230; Abe Enns 255; John Erichson 261; May Hiebert 260; Mary Wlshnevski 356; Ken Larson 265; Verda Hamillon 233; Ken Wilkie 2B5; Judy Plelt 206: George Pelrunia 236. ST. MIKE'S MIXED Dwayne Slurm 251; Gordon Cocnlln 225; Helen Looas 219; Bonnie Slurm 2M; Audrey Bokor 194; Erwln Pohl 791; Roy Pennington 193. PRE-BUILT MIXED Tosh Miyakawa 298; Brad EMer 236; Terry Neqaard 210; Mary Arahl 222; Bill Blrks 231; Kalle Noak 234; Joe Harr 207; Laurella Loot 233; Chuck Loof 220. JUNIOR SHOP Mae Popma 305 Pat Plomp 2B4 Jessie MacDonald 277 Ev Krauss 277 Esther Onden 271 Nina Sindlinger 244; Don- na Man 239; Fran Dubinsky 238; Nova Jean Dowdell 231; Herlha Malsen 22fl. FREEL'S Marg Smilh 314 Flo Rolling- son 262; Sara Gove 239; Sandy Ket- urakls 233; Beulah Fabbi 216; Anne Todd 213; Dariene Csaki 202. Argonauts After Kapp? TORONTO (CP) Lew Hay- man, Toronto Argonauts presi- dent, says the Canadian Foot- ball League team may seek per- mission from British Columbia Lions to talk to quarterback Joe Kapp. Kapp played out his option with Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League last season and has not signed a contract this year. He remains on the Lions' negotiation list. Hayman said today Kapp's name was mentioned along with others Monday at a sharehold- ers' meeting as one possible player who could improve the Argo club. "We haven't talked to Kapp or anybody else, Hayman said. "But I will gel in touch with the Vancouver club today and see what, if anything, can be done." GORDIE! Cecil Murakami 333 Johi Erickson 320; Al Smith 313; Ken Mal comson 197 (BID; Slan McDonald 294 Tak Katakaml 285; Bert Mezi 5B3; Norm Tolley 373 Ed Vpcji 277; Baden Pilling 1M; Darwin "Ro- manchuk 264. HOOF AND HORN Jean Passey 276 Eunice Da- vid 267; H. Huesken 244; Bev Thorn son 230; B. Jarvis 225; M. Thomson 229; Sigrid Donkin 21J; Kaz Kamin- ski 208; Ken David 214; J. Campbell 203. IN OBSERVANCE OF THE JEWISH NEW YEAR WE WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OCTOBER 1st and 2nd LEO SINGER MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 214 5th St. S. Phone 327-3958 GLENDALE BOWL B AND E HARDWARE Gerry Anderson !5fl Gra 5 tergood John Scatlergood 317 Eva Deimulh 270. CHEC LEAGUE Jean Christie 3DB Eldon Weal- ling 2B3 LeRoy Conine 3J5; Francis Wright- 371 Yulaka Ura- no 292; Donna Siemens 258; Smokey Home 2B3; Al Boyd 316; Ed Gorzitza 262. IOF John Rempel 265 Marie smith 231; Abe Enns 271; John Scaller- gocd 29J; Lorraine Sleen 240; Gary Lind 2dO; Robin Wheeldon 2J3, Marino Rapuano 256; Sandy Scallcrgood 250; Brian Hendereks 2-10; Casper Trem- el 2J1, Kalhy Carpenter 357; Ron Koi- akotf 261; Dean Low 247; Edna Lowen 274. SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechtolcl 276; Bill Jensen 222; Frank Dernharr 201; Bill Riley 29J; Fred Beard 274; H. C. Brown 207; Tom Archibald 203; Jim Gallo- way 192; Helen Scroggle 228; Henry Myers IBfl; Vi Cuell 2J2; Marg Ras- mussen 163. VASA LODGE Rick Larson 253; Arvld Ose-n 535; Joyce Berry 211; Jim Berry 1B9; DicK Anderson 212; Clare Hollhe 197; Nick Banchl 209; Gus Hegland 173; Debbie Berry 1BJ; Hegland 190; Grace Anderson 17fl. CPR Doug Young H. Schroeilier Pil- Oberg 210; Janice Johnson 259; F. Harding 210; P. Church 228; Bob Andersen 251; Lynel Gaclz 233; Joe Krammer 250; Edilh Volh J13; Chris Hilderbrand 20-i; Chris AAaloney 209; Ross Johnson 202; Ernie Kamm 225. CHINOOK STATIONERS Belly Mobbs 266; Peg Forry 226; Belly Fisher 2SS; Belly Marlin 257; Connie Baceda 270; Donnis Foder 213; Brenda Roulsfone 2S3; Fish- er 254; Arley Wilson 259; niane De- calre 240; VI Anderson Dorecn Vazarl 234; Merr Quaily 345. BOISE CASCADE Judy Harnack 273 Jack Slock- lon 250; Paulelle Alnsley 270; Terry Smilh 212; Guy Drown 213; Gall Mees 215; Dale Harnack 219. TRACY'S STYLISTS B. Fabbi 280 Joyce Brown 273; Jean Passey IS1 Ruby Os- een 347 Do! Anderson 2JO 3ernlce Hay 251; Vera Njcholls VI Price 255; Grace Hill 305; Kir _ ios 253, 245; Alma Tolley 231; Darlena Dowdell 373; Judy Hdrnack 252. CIVIL SERVICE Henry Brown 2S4; Bev Swarrr, 771; I Taylor 266 Jci Dimnik 253; John Erickson 2E4 Mills 303 Gordon Calles 238; Henry Garrick 2iB; Karlyn Spitier 260 Edilh Volh 2S8; Arley Wilson 290; Dick Tufc Art Johnson 240, HAY AGENCIES LADIES Ruby Oseen 239; Jackie Clark 350; 3al Bartlcll 265; Grace Hill 239; iandy Scollcrgocd 340; Marge Laughlin 2J1; lain Walsh 350; jMr, I "Jross 222; Mary Bogusky 214; Joyce 213, A- PrOflflcr IU. 3-1 and Los Angeles Dodger whipped San Diego Padres il-2. May, a rookie catcher re ccntly recalled from the Pir ales' Columbus farm club helped send Gibson to his sev cnth loss with his double t right. Gibson lias won games this season and is a leading con tender for the Cy Young Award Just Missing By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS Bill Rigncy got more punch in he Minnesota Twins' offence by ilatooning his platooners. but lie Twins still came up short- ly an extra point.. Rigney's Twins wasted a 27- man effort Tuesday when they owed to Kansas City Royals 4-13 on a run-scoring single in he 12th inning by relief pitcher ed Abernalhy. The Royals pressed 22 players nto action as the two clubs set n all-time manpower mark of 9. The previous record of 48 vas set by New York Giants 1356 nd Chicago Cubs in ;ame. "It seems like quite a while ince we've gotten a lot of Rigncy complained Mon- !ay night after the Twins ipped the Royuls 1-0 on a queeze bunt. The Minnesota attack iromptly came alive with a bar- age, of 20 of them by hortstop Leo Cardenas. But the Royals matched the Twins' hit otal and topped them in the coring column when Abernathy onnected against rookie Pete lamm, Rigney's sixth pitcher. "I had a game said the 'wins' pilot. "Jim Perry was oing to pitch five innings, Stan three and Ron Pcrra- oski one. "The game plan backed up a ttle bit." iRIOLES WIN TWO Baltimore Orioles, who take n the Twins Saturday in the pener of the American League ennajit playoffs, swept a doub- eheader from hapless Washing- on Senators 3-2. in 10 innings nd 3-2 in 11. Boston Red S'ox vercame New York Yankees Cleveland Indians trimmed etroit Tigers 5-2; California ngels pounded Chicago While ox 9-2, and Oakland Athletics dged Milwaukee Brewers 4-3. The veteran right-hander, however, snapped a club strike- out mark. He has 274 for the season, erasing his own record of 270. Ricliie llcbncr slammed a two-run homer for tho Pirates in the ninth. Luke W a 1 k c r, Pittsburgh's curveballing lefty, went tile first six innings, allowing one run in his final tune-up before the best-of-fivc playoff opens Pittsburgh Saturday. Since the All-Star break the Pirates have won 3D and lost 32 games while the Reds, who ran away with the west title early, have a 30-35 mark in the same span. McQueen also blooped a lu't, driving in Hie Braves' first rim in a two-run seventh before Felix Millan knocked in another with a single. John Bench rapped a saciifice fly in the eighth for the Reds' run. Jerry Koosman tossed a sev- en-hitter and Donn Clendenon drove in a pair of runs with a double as the Jlets moved past the Cubs by one game into the second spot in the Both clubs have two remain- ing with each other. DRIVES IN FOUR Jolm Bateman drove in four runs with a double and homer and winning pitcher Steve Renko knocked in two runs with a double in the Expos rout. Bob Bailey added his 28th homer for Montreal while Deron Johnson had two RBf for the Phils. Denis Menke ripped three hits, including a triple, and drove in runs as the Astros moved to their fifth straight numph. The loss dropped the "tismts one-half game behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in their iccond-place west battle. Maury Wills keyed a four-run Dodger sixth inning with a two- run single as Sandy Vance, with -elief from Pete Mikkelscn, lis seventh game. ANDY CAPP VER PROBABW RIGHT, CONSTABLE. MY USUAL PRESUME? COME ALONG NOW, WR.CAPP -ITHINK IT WOULD BE: BETTER IF VOUSPEST THE NISHT WITH US 60NT GIMME THAT.'VOU KNOW I'VE ALWAYS BIN 'APPV IN 302! I'VE BIN A CUSTOMER F1 VEARS -I THINK I CESERVE SOME CONSIDERATION I'M AFRAItS IT'S ALRFABV OCCUPIED-WE'VE GOT.A NE fAAN ON THE OESK. BUT I'M SURE WECANFIXYOLIUPWITH ONE JUST AS NICE Rams, Bulldogs Go Thursday Eskimos Meet Stamps Ticket Seizure Alarming Al Ford Remains Jnbeaten EDMONTON (CP) Cana- ian lightweight champion A1 erd of Edmonton extended his nbealen record to 32 bouts with unanimous decision Tuesday ght over Percy Hales, British ommonwealth champion. Hales, from Kingston, Ja- aica, fought Ford in a nontitle i-round match before ,ns. Weighing in at 133 pounds, the 3-year-old Canadian defeated e 132-pound Jamaican with :m-es of 48-44, 4845 and 48-45. Hales, 28, has fought four for- er world champions and has on 39 bouts. This was his ninth ss and he had promised Ford title match if the Canadian on. No title match has yet een negotiated. FRESNO, Calif. (AP) eavyweight Mac Foster, resno, knocked down veteran ora Folley, 223, Chandler, six times Tuesday night r a first-round knockout. Folley failed to get up after e sixth knockdown. Under California boxing rules c three knockdown rule does it apply as it does in most ates, and the referee can con- nue the bout as long as he els both fighters are able. Suspend Jockey MONTREAL (CP) Jockey eve Goldsmith of Canoga ark, Calif., has been sus- ended for 30 days by stewards Blue Bonnets Raceway alter s conviction in criminal court ere last week on a charge of ossession of hashish. Goldsmith was fined by e court. The track suspension means ho will miss the remain- der of the thoroughbred meet wliich ends here Oct. 19. MONTREAL (CP) The Na- ional Hockey League, alarmed at last week's seizure of lockey pool tickets by city.po- ice, Tuesday announced plans o take pressure off timekeep- ers at Montreal Forum. Clarence Campbell, NHL iresidenl, described the lotter- es, prevalent here, as "rigged and fraudulent." "Practically all the hockey lotteries operated in Montreal are based on the element of time. These lotteries there- fore makes the game time- keeper a key man so far as the pool operators are he said. He said that during an inci- dent the Forum's official time clock "was manipulated so as to ensure an odd- or an even-num- bered second." Under Campbell's new plan additional timekeepers are being trained and will work on an irregular schedule. The time- keeper will not b.e assigned until shortly before the start of the contest and as many as three timekeepers could be on hand before game time. The NHL also has arranged with the Montreal police depart- ment to "maintain surveillance ova- the entire timekeeping op- erations to ensure there will be no interference." Campbell said this type of lot- tery is prevalent only in Mont- real. The Henderson Park turf wi get a good working over in til next three days as the footba! season hits full swing. Tonight beginning at th Lethbridge Minor F o o t b a 1 League will stage a pair of en counters. Jn the first game th unbeaten Eskimos tangle wil jie Stampeders while at eigh o'clock the Bombers and Lion will meet. The switch to night games ii :he minor league has brough about a big increase in crowd and tonight, with the Eskimo meeting second place Stam peders a good crowd is expect 1. Thursday evening the South ern Alberta High Schoo League is back in action. This year's surprise club Winston Churchill Bulldogs, wil i be out to make it two-straigh when they meet the Lethbridge Collegiate Rams at eighi o'clock. Bulldogs turned in an out standing performance last Fri day when they dropped the de fending league champion Cath olic Central Cougars 21-13. The Cougars had opened with a con- vincing 27-6 win over the Rams in the lid-lifter two weeks ago Rams, who have dominated Shutout Win For Clubs In Junior High School Soccer action last evening CCHS ju- niors defeated Immanucl Chris- tian 2-fl while WUson Jr. shutout St. Basil's 4-0. Greg Kvericr and Ted Still- son both booted in a. goal apiece for the CCHS. Yastrzemski Makes Bid For Title (AP) Carl Yas- trzemski winds up his dra- matic bid for a fourth Ameri- can League batting champion- ship tonight, and win or lose the Boston Red Sox slugger is putting on quite a show in the waning days of the season. Yaz has banged out 11 hits in his last 16 at bats, climax- ing the surge with a three- for-four night Tuesday in lead- ing the Eed Sox to a 5-4 vic- tory over the New York Yan- kees. Even this late in the season, such a display was good enough to boost his average 10 points to .329 and into the Jeague lead. Alex Johnson of California had clung to a slim advantage for the last week despite Yastrzemski's hot streak, but the Angels' out- fielder couldn't match Yaz Tuesday night, going two for five in a victory over Chicago, and now trails with a .327 mark. Yastrzemskl gets his last chance to pad his lead tonight as the Red Sox finish their season against Ihe Yankees in Fenway Park. Then, because of the vagaries of the sched- ule plus Ihe time difference between East and West, Yaz will have lo sit by helplessly while Johnson plays twice more against the White Sox- tonight in a game which prob- ably won't start until the Red Sox game is over, and then Thursday when the Angels end their season. TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT IIMUTE UFFLER Phone 328-8134 509 ilh Avenue South the league in years past, are squarely behind the eight-ball and need a Thursday ts stay in the thick of the Lhree- eveniiig, Catholic team battle. Friday Central wfll play host to Red Deer in an exhibition encounter set for eight o'clock. Cougars are still smarting from the set- back at the hands of the Bull- dogs and will be tuning up for a return engagement with lha Bulldogs next Friday. ELRICH TSRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE East W illimore.....106 New Bcslon B7 Delrair eland Washington Minnesota Oakland California (ansns Milwaukee Chicago 77 56 Pet. .600 .550 .535 .400 .3JQ TUESDAY'S RESULTS Kansas City 000 500 Mfi 011-14 50 Minnesota 321 220 102 010-13 20 4 Filzmorris, Splillorlf (1) Morehead 2) aurgmeir Wrlghr (5) York Abernalhy (9-3) (9) and Klrkpat- rick, Rodriguez Perry, Williams 16) Perrancskl (9) Zepp (9) Harher [10] Hamm (0-2) (12) and Mlllerwald, 3empsey Chicago California Wynne Crider (3) AAagnusan 5) O'Toole (8) and Brlnkhian; Wright 22-12) and Egan. HR: Cal-Spencer Milwaukee COT 100 Oakland .110 no 4 Downing (5-13) Morris (5) Sanders (7) and Roof, McNerlney Hunler 18-14) and Tenace. HRs: (1) Brooks Cleveland HO 101 S A 1 Detroit 101 000 270 Morgan (11-3) and Sims; Lollch (14- 9) Patterson (7) nnd Lament. FIRST Washington 100 010 OQfl 2 4 1 Baltimore 010 BOO DID Coleman and Billings; Cuel- ir, Drabowsky (5-4) (9) and Hen- dricks. HR: Quford .ECOND Vashinglon 010 010 00ft 00-2 i 1 Baltimore 000 OCQ 002 9 t Brown, Cox (B) (2-1J) (9) ina (11) and French; Phoebus, Lecn- hard (7) Richert (P) Walt (7-7) (10) nd Oales. New York 001 1BO i 9 1 Boston ooo no s 13 4 Kline (4-6) Aker (9) Jones (9) and Aunscn; Brclf, Bolin (Ml) (B) and Wonlqomery- LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pel. fastrzemskl, Boi 562 125 IBS .329 Johnson, Hlva Mln..... iparicto, Chi Fosse, Cle Munson, NY R. Smith, Bos F. Robinson, Bal Caler, NY KC 421 9.1 201 .32-1 552 84 173 .313 450 42 133 .307 450" 137 .30.1 579 109 176 .304 n (Id) and Gibson; Wilson (11-6) Lemasler (B) and Howard Montreal (33 000 14 Philadelphia 102 090 383 Renko (13-n) Marshall (7) and Bate- man; Shorr (9-16) Champion (3) Wenz (7) Laxtnn (9) and McCarver. HRs: (28) Baleman Atlanta ODO 000 1 Cincinnati 000 MO 1 7 1 McQueen (1-5) and King; Clonlnger (9-7) Carroll (a) Granger (9) and Bench. Chicago OflQ OW 1 7 1 "ew York 310 000 3 10 I Pappas (12-10) Gura (fi) and Hialt; Koosman (12-7) and Grole. LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pel. Carly, AH....... 47S B4 175 JSS Clemenle, Pgh 412 63 IdS .3S3 Sanguillen, Pgh JBS fi3 159 .323 B. Williams, Chi fi2? 136 20J .33.; 6A5- 120 205 .313 583 107 IBS .317 Rose, Perer, Cin W. Parker, LA Torre, SIL Cin Hickman, Chi Hoi BJ 193 .317 616 CB 195 .317 585 111 1B4 .315 509 100 160 .314 Runs: Bench, Cin, 45; B. Wil- liams, 47. Runs Balled In: Bench, 140; B. Wil- iams, 129; Perez, 129. Filching: Simpson, Cin, 1-1-3, .824; Filching: S Gibson, SIL, 23-7, .767. SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE Division II Bristol 2 Birmingham 1 Charllon l Carlisle 1 Queen's PR o Lulon 1 Division III 3arnsley 3 Gillingham 1 Doncasler 2 Brighton 0 Halifax 1 Rolherham 0 Walsall 2 Chesterfield 1 Division IV 3 Soulhend 0 Newport 0 Excler 1 The "BOSS" (TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER) Best of Ihe New Breed of High Traction Winter Tirel. 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