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THE BRANDON SUN, Tuesday, June, 7, 11U Sizzling Cardinals Finally Halt Leafs High Schoolers Crack 34 Marks Cloverleafs Lead Cut To Half-Game By BRIAN MARSHALL Sun Sports Editor The bubble burst Monday night for Brandon Cloverleafs. They were sailing along with four consecutive victories in the Manitoba Senior Baseball League and it looked as if nobody, but nobody was going to touch them. Even after two innings at Kinsmen Stadium last night they looked like winners. But the scorching Souris Cardinals battled back tenaciously and romped to a 10-5 decision over the league leaders. It was Cards third consecutive win. The win for' Souris moved them into third place in the league standings just one-half game behind the leading Cloverleafs. Brandon will be in Virden tonight while St. Lazare travels to Souris. Thursday, Cloverleafs host Riverside Blues in a game which was previously postponed. All games start at 7:30 p.m. pace with three. Cheryl won the primary girls' 60 yards in 7.1 seconds, the loo yards in n seconds and Uie 200 yards in 26.1 seconds, 1.3 seconds faster than the previous best in 1965. Other competitors to establish more than one record were Terry Tomlsnson of Glenlawn 9.5 seconds in she senior boys' 100 yards and 22 seconds in the 220 yards: Wayne Williams of Winnipeg Tec-Voc 51.9 seconds in the junior boys' 440 yards and 14.8 seconds in the hurdles; Jan Aladdin of Winnipeg Daniel Me-Intyre ll.l seconds in the senior girls' 100 yards and 25 seconds in the 220 yards: Diane Plowman of Daniel Melotyre 7.2 seconds in the intermediate girls' 60 yards and 11.3 seconds in the 100 yards. WINNIPEG (CP)-Rural competitors grabbed six 'of the 34 records established in the 27th annual Manitoba secondary schools track and field championships Saturday. Vic Surokowski of Arborg won the senior boys' mile in 4:24.6 to clip 10 seconds from tbe old standard set in 1965. Dennis Skrabek of Inwood won ihe junior boys' discus with a record throw of 120 feet. Pat Hart of Souris set a new standard in the senior girls' high jump, clearing four feet, Si inches, inches above the old mark. Muriel Gamey of Strathclair tossed the discus 100 feet, seven inches for a record in the intermediate girls' discus. Gale Gibson of Deloraine won the junior girls' SSO yards in a record 2:31.7 while Judy Chiupka of Rorketon established a record in the junior girls' discus with a toss of 96 feet, three inches, sis inches better than the old mark set in 1960. Students from Winnipeg's Glen-lawn Collegiate' set 11 records with Cheryl Cringan creating the McGrandle Nabs Title EDMONTON (CP) - Billy McGrandle of Edmonton rode two knockdowns to a unanimous 12 - round decision Monday eight as he dethroned Canadian, featherweight champion Rocky McDougali of Sydney, N.S., before 2,300 hometown fans. Superior punching power gave McGrandle his margin. Besides the knockdowns, he staggered McDougali twice in the fifth round and twice more in the seventh. He was never fa . trouble. Judge Tom Quilley voted 55-2 for the 18-year-old Edmonton boy. who was fighting as a professional for only the second time after a distinguished amateur career. Judge Rocky Wagner scored it 55-48 and referee Jock Smith had McGrandle in front 57-al. qualified for the national stake by capturing second! place in the amateur all-age stake in the Manitoba Gun Dog . Association licensed field trials at Head ingley over the weekend. DICK LIMKE LYNN MeEVOY . . ; whifh 10 ... three hits EDMONTON - BOUND Mr. Mac's Billy Boy owned and handled by Phil MacMillan of the Brandon Retriever Club will travel to Edmonton this fall to participate in the Canadian National Retriever Stake. The black Labrador Lawn Bowling Starts Tonight The Wheat City Lawn Bowling Club will begin competition this evening at Rideati Park. In the Boyalite competition, Tackaberry will play Pow while Langraan takes on Mummery. On Thursday, it's Buchanan versus Coates and Minions takes on McPhafl. The Friday draw has Rutherford playing CarrolL A total of 10 teams will be taking part .in the competitions. The teams are as follows: fcam 1 lead, Scott: second, Brown; third, Kennedy and skip, Tackaberry. Team 2 lead, Palmer; second, Pendreigh; third, Thompson, and skip, Lang-man. Team 3 lead, Hicks; second, Milne; third, Fleming, and skip, Pow. Team 4 lead, Crawford; second, Fisher; third, Ms-dale and strip, Mummery. Team 5 lead, Stewart; second, Perry; third, Cable, and skip, Buchanan. Team 6 lead, George; second, J. Mitchie; third, McCrory, and skip, Coates. Team 7 lead, Morrison; second, Bolan; third, Kaufman, and skip, McPhail. Team 8 lead, J. F. Mitchie; second, Jackson; third, Adam-ski, and skip, Rutherford. Team 9 lead, Pickell; second, another; third, Wallace, and skip. Minions. Birds ri Sox End In Tie Phillies Continue To Roll With Victory Over Giants car Walker, Don Smith, Neil Amy and Bill Geekie each singled. Mel Smith led Hamiota. as he stroked three singles. Lyall :and Ross Poole each hit a pair of safeties while Caldwell doubled. Ellis Wood and Bob Brooks chipped in -with a single each. . As a. result. Hamiota remained in fourth place one game behind the leading. Brandon .Cloverleafs while Dauphin" is stUl.m Hie league cellar, 3Vi games off the pace. ' Dauphin 102 000 211-7 11 0 Hamiota 001 000 107 10 4 Kutzan, B. Geekie (7) and O. Smith; Lyall, Lea (7), Caldwell (8) and Woods. ants a run in the first inning but the Phils tied it on Taylor's homer in the third and went ahead 3-1 in the fourth on Allen's eighth homer of the season. The Giants pulled even again in the fifth on singles by Len Gabrielson, Mays and McCovey. Rojas' single, and run-scoring doubles by John Callison and Allen-sent the Phils ahead tn stay 'in their half of the fifth. ANAHEIM (API Floyd Robinson drove in two runs while Bill Skowron and rookie Lee Elia cracked home runs as Chicago White Sox whipped California Angels 5-1 Monday night for their fifth straight victory. Lefthander Jual P i z a r r o picked up his fifth victory o the season against one loss but needed relief help from rookie Dennis Higgius, who came on in the sixth and retired all 11 batters he faced. .. ESia crackcu liis first major league homer with the bases empty in the second of the year in the fifth. Robinson drove in a first-inning run with a two-out single and knocked in another in the fifth with his fly ball before Skowron homered. . HAMTOTA Dauphin Red Birds ended their four - game losing streak in the - Manitoba Senior Baseball League here Monday night as they battled to a 7-7 deadlock with - Hamiota Red Sox. The game was called after nine innings because of darkness. Red Birds got off to a quick start and owned a 3-1 lead after three innings but blew a 5-1 lead in the seventh frame: Hamiota battled back and led 7-6. after eigth but Dauphin scored in the top of the ninth to square the count. The game will be completed at a later date. Five pitchers saw action ia Ihe game. Bob Kutzan started for Dauphin and gave up seven hits, six runs and four walks before he was relieved in the seventh' inning by Bill Geekie, Kutzan also struck out three. Geekie finished the game giving up one run on three hits and the same number of walks. He whiffed one. Gord Lyall started fin tiifi niound for the hometown Red Sox and went six innings giving up .three runs on five hits and three walks. He fanned three. Don Lee took over and was bombed with six hits and two runs in one inning. Lynn Caldwell was called in and finished up with only one walk charged against him. Dauphin out-hit Hamiota 11-10. Gerry Shumanski was the big gun for Dauphin with a triple and a single while Doug Ross and Neil Geekie each hit a pair of singles. Larry McDougaU, Os The league's 1905 strikeout king, Dick Limkc, went the route for Cardinals to chalk up his first win of the season. It was also his first start of the year in the rain-interrupted game. The game was held up 15 minutes in the second inning. Umke relied heavily on his slider to hold Cloverleafs to six hits. "My curve wasn't working so I had to use a lot of sliders and the occasional fastball," he explained after the game. "It's too early in the season for the curve to work." Although he suffered some control trouble, Limke sent 10 Brandon batters down swinging and walked only two batsmen. However, he had three wild pitches which cost him three runs and he also hit three -hatters. Ron Toews made his first start of the season and was bombed for 13 hits in 4 innings, Doug Armour gave an early indication of things to come when he drove Toews' second, pitch into left field for a single. Toews was charged with eight runs. He fanned two and passed a trio. Big Bob Thompson took over in the fifth and finished the game. He was touched for two runs on four hits and three walks . while he whiffed four. Third baseman Lynn McEvoy was the big gun for Cardinals as he lashed nut with a double and a pair of singles. Bill STANDINGS W L PCT. GBL 4 1 MO - 3 1 JSC Vi 4 2 Ml ii 3 2 .C 1 3 3 .500 IVa .1 5 .147 3V4 0 4 .000 3Vi Riverside "Souril Hamiota St. Lazare Virden Dauphin Carpenter hit a; . single and smashed a towering home run over the left field fence. Armour, Allan Adolph, Don Hodgson and Brian Moffatt each collected a pair of singles. Limke aided his own cause with a triple and Bob Payne and Don Hunter singled. ' Not one Cloverleaf managed more than one hit. Brian Hodgson was the only LeaE to hit for extra bases when he belted a double. Bill Chappie, Thompson, Bob Wilson, Garry Greaves and Toews added singles. Cardinals took a page from Cloverleafs" buuks as iliey packed all their scoring into four innings. Trailing 4-1 after the second, they erupted for four runs in the third frame-Payne looped a single into left centre. Carpenter and Adolph hit back-to-back singles and McEvoy cleared the bases with his double and was caught trying to stretch it into a triple. Cardinals got three more runs in the fifth on just two hits. Carpenter led off with his home run and following Adolph's fly-out to left, McEvoy : walked. Hodgson singled and Hunter singled to load the bases. That was all for Toews. Thompson came in and walked Moffatt to force in McEvoy. Thompson then got Armour swinging hut walked Payne to force in Hodgson. With the bases still loaded, Thompson fanned Limke. Then Thompson got himself into a jam in the sixth. With one out, Adolph walked, McEvoy singled and Adolph came home when Hodgson singled. Then McEvoy scored when Brian Hodgson's throw from right field went over first- baseman Tom Town's head. While Limke stole the .show with his mound performance. Armour at second base and centre fielder Moffatt also came up with several good plays. Moffatt's running catches in centre field provided some of the fielding highlights of the game. Souris 014 032 000-10 H 1 Brandon 310 001 000- 5 6 2 Limke and Payne; Toews, Thompson S) and Greaves. Brandon Dog Several members of the Brandon Retriever Club attended the licenced Retriever Field Trials of The Manitoba Gun Dog Association held at Headingley over tiie weekend. A total of 96 retrievers were entered. Starfires Spartan Dusk owned and handled by George Walker of Brandon placed second in the Qualifying Stake. ScoLty Gillespie's dog, Pelican ToJbo Track Fans In For Lots Of Harness Racing Harness racing in Manitoba will be in for its biggest year ever with 45 days of racing at 10 member tracks, including the inaugural 28-day harness meet at Assiniboia Downs, Winnipeg. The Manitoba Great Western Race Circuit, governing body of harness racing in the province, has announced the 1966 season open?; .Time .21 et Wa-wanesa with a nine-race card. The horses then move on to one- and two-day meets at Pilot Mound, Deloraine, Brandon (5 days), Portage la Prairie, Carberry, Carman, Russell, Virden and Winnipeg. The 1966 Manitoba Colt Futurity, for 3-year-olds, will be raced this year at Brandon Provincial Exhibition on July 7. Purse for this vear's colt classic is $2,000; Circuit dates are: Wawanesa, June 21; Pilot Mound, June 24, 25; Deloraine, June 29, Brandon, July 4 to 8; Portage la Prairie, July 12. 13; Carberry, July 15; Carman, July 21, 22: Virden, July 29; Assiniboia Downs (Winnipeg), Aug. 20 to Sept. 27. All are twilight meets, except Portage la Prairie and Carman where the racing starts at 2:30 in the afternoon. W 1 ' 9jfegvv; Baseball San Francisco Los Angeles Pittsburgh Philadelphia Houston St. Louis Atlanta New York 2? 20 .592 2Vi 2B 21 .71 3Vi 27 24 .529 5Vx 21 25 .7 9 21 16 M7 9'A 23 30 .434 10'A 17 26 .395 liyj! 15 34 .306 14Vj PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Rick .Wise pitched his first complete game in the major leagues and Rich Allen rapped a homer, double and single as Philadelphia Phillies whipped San Francisco 6-2 Monday night for their seventh victory in the last Wise checked the hard-hitting Giants on eight hits, struck out eight and walked two. Allen smacked his fifth homer in eight days in the fourth inning and doubled across one of two Philadelphia runs in the fifth, snapping a 2-2 tie. Tony Taylor also homered for the FhiJs while Cookie Rojas stroked two singles, extending his hitting streak to nine games. Doubles by Willie Mays and Willie McCovey gave the Gi- Big League Leaders American League AB -R H Pel. n 172 32 il .355 162 35 54 .333 201 32 43 .313 B. Robinson, Bol Sisbern, Co! Reiehordf, Cat 17? 31 Si .302 Chicago, 36; F. Rot Runs balled in B. Robinson, Hivo, U. Hits B. Robinson, 43; Oliva, . Stolen basts Agee, U; Cordenal, California, 11. AS R H Pet- 113 15 39 .345 167 24 55 .329 Flood, St.L Stangell, Pit Hort, San Fran Runs Aoron, Atlanta, 39; Hart, 33. Hort, 62. Doublet Plnun, Cincinnati, Johnson, Los Angeles, 12; Alou, Atlanta, Phillips, Chicago, Wynn, Houston, 11. Triples AIOO, Pitisburgh, 7; Taylor, Philadelphia, McCorver, St. Louis, 4. Horn Runs Aaron, 13,- Hart, 14. stolen .Bases wills, Los Angeles, 24: iQrkmn. Houston, 17. Pitching (S decisions) Koufax, Los Angeles, Moricilai, Sari Francisco, KM, .909; Sunning, Philadelphia, 7-1, .875. Strikeouts Gibson, St. Louis, 101; Koufox, 1M. Local Cars In Winnipeg Three Brandon cars placed in the Winnipeg Roadsters Custom Auto Show held over the weekend in Winnipeg. L'il Pokey, a 1958 Chevrolet owned by Clarence Foster placed first in the conservative custom class. Don Ditchfield placed first in the custom radical class. He owned a 1958 Volkswagen. Bob Sebar-tian placed third in the pre-'49 street rod class. Ditchfield and Sebastian won first place in the best individual display, WASHINGTON (AP) - Prank Howard's three-run homer in the third inning ended a Washington scoring famine and the Senators went on to trim Baltimore Orioles 5-3 Monday night behind the five-hit pitching of Phil Ortega. Howard's line-drive shot into the visitors' bullpen off loser John. Miller sent Senators ahead 3-1 arid Ortega held the Orioles in check for his fifth victory in seven decisions. Senators had scored only one run in 39 innings prior to Howard's blast. BOSTON (AP) Boston rookie Joe Foy touched, off a two-run seventh inning with a long triple in helping the Red Sox to a 5-3 exhibition victory over Atlanta Braves Monday night. Foy scored on Lennie Green's sacrifice fly, and the Red Sox quickly added another run off loser Wade Biasingame on George Smith's second double and juk Chrisluprmr s siugie. The Braves scored twice in the second on a triple by Joe Torre, a sacrifice fly by Rico Carty, a single by Felix Millan, a sacrifice and a throwing error. a solo Standings Cleveland Baltimore DeN-oW Chicago California Minnesota New York Washington Kansas City 23 19 .596 2 25 22 .532 5 24 24 .480 Tl 21 25 .457 S'A League in 1955 when Norman (Bud) Poile, now vice - president of the Philadelphia club, was Edmonton coach. On Poile's recommendation' he became coach of the' WHL Brandon Regais in 1936. He switched to Seattle Totems of the WHL the following year as coach. He became Seattle's general manager last spring. Big Blue inks Raimey WINNIPEG (CP) - Winnipeg Blue Bombers today signed halfback Dave Raimey for the 1966 Western Football Conference season. Raimey was an all-star in his first WFC season in 1965 in which he led the league in kick-off returns with 635 yards on 22 returns for a 28.7-average. He was third in rushing with 1,052 yards on 130 carries. Raimey is the 27th player signed for 1966 by Bombers. Rain Shortens Minor Schedule HAVE YOU ENOUGH FIRE INSURANCE? IT PAYS TO INSURE WITH GARDINER'S INSURANCE LIMITED Allen To Coach Philadelphia Club GERRY SHUMANSKI . . . triple, single Dick Funk of K of C got the victory over Greg Dickson. For Arena Service, Bruce Murray had three hits and Marvin Alexander had two hits. Bruce McCallum of K of C had three singles while Gary Best added four singles. Cliff Clisly had a double and two singles. K of C 64 52 26 Arena Service 150 8214 Stuart Corrie and Barry Funk led Sharpe's with a triple and a double respectively. Brian Kasprick of Sofcol had a home run. Dallas Nay of Sokol was the winner over Dave McLauehlin. Sharpe's HO 20-t 4 0 Sokol 212 lx- 8 0 Mel Hatch defeated Co-op 12-3 in East , End C action. Brandon Auto versus Western Motors was called because of rain, .Jack Crang of Co-op was the winning hurlcr. David Clark was the loser. Crang had a tripte, double and two singles for Mel Hatch. Kevin Boyce added a triple, double and single. Dale McMillan had four hits. For Co-op, Doug Wright had two singles. Co-op 101 1-3 3 Mel Hatch S23 212 U Both Pee Wee games were rained out. Curly MacKays dumped Ked-dys 7-5 in an East End A action in the Brandon. Minor Baseball Association Monday. Lawsons and Brockies were rained out-Bert Ready of Curly MacKays' was the winning pitcher. Terry Kindrat, the loser, struck out eight. For Curly MacKays, Laurie Kramble hit a three-rim homer. It was Kramble's fourth home run in as many games. Bruce Clark also had a home run. Greg Kindrat had a double and a single. Curly MacKays el 0 1-7 7 0 Keddys 131 0-5 4 1 K of C upset Arena Service 26-16 and Sokot defeated Sharpes 64 in West End B games. In National Final Lake Peggy, was awarded a judges award of merit. Mr. Macs Billy Boy, owned and handled , by Phil MacMillan of Brandon placed second in the amateur all age stake. The second place showing qualifies Mr. Macs Billy Boy 10 go into the Canadian n a ,t i o n a 1 retriever slake lo be held in Edmonton, Alberta this fall. PHILADELPHIA -Philadelphia's National Hockey League club confirmed Monday that Keith Alien, 43, has officially agreed to coach the team. If. was reported last week that Allen was a likely choice. The team, which begins play in the 1967-68 NHL season, announced that Allen, a Saskatoon native, will sign his contract today in Philadelphia. Allen, a member of the Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings in 1953-54, coached Seattle Totems of the Western Hockey League to two first-place finishes and one playoff championship from 195fi until the end of the li)65 season, when he was appointed general manager. Allen began his hockey career as a junior in 1940 with Saskatoon Quakers, spent two years in the Royal Canadian Navy, then played in the .American Hockey League with Buffalo Bisons, Springfield Indians and Syracuse. He was with Edmonton Flyers of the Western . Hockey The abova photo shows H. T. Gardiner of GARDINER'S INSURANCE LTD. presenting s total loss cheque to a valued assured. This technical and involved mercantile fire loss of a country general store wet successfully adjusted to the satisfaction of all concerned, proving once again it pays to insure with a good relfabta insurance agent. INSURE WITH GARDINER'S INSURANCE LTD. 2-lflth St. Brandon, Man.

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