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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Travelling to Eastern Canada Book now on the 8 to 30 day excursion (Effective Oct. 1) and Save ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mail Phone 328-11 Third Section Identity cards are now a must LONDON (AP) All young soccer 'fans in England may have to carry identity cards un- der a new government plan to combat violence at league games. Dennis Howell, minister of sport, an- nounced the plan Tuesday. Top ad- ministrators acted after an 18-year old youth was stabbed to death at last Saturday's English League Second Division match between Blackpool and Bolton. Howell proposed this formula to bring young soccer hooligans under control: young spec- tators to produce identi- ty cards at the turn- stiles to show they are. fit to attend matches. Police flying squads to travel to games where trouble is expected and watch out for known hooligans. 92 league clubs to draw up plans for segregating rival sup- porters. CLUBS WARNED Howell did not say precisely how identity cards would be issued. He said Alan Hardaker, secretary of the English League, and Eddie Lumbley, secretary of the Coventry City club, would investigate the problem and report back to a special com- mittee in three or four weeks. Meanwhile, the clubs have been given 14 days to prepare their own schemes for keeping rival fans apart. Hooliganism has been growing at English soccer games in the last two or three years and exploded with new forces when the season opened 10 days ago. Manchester United rioted in London, battl- ed with police and smashed windows in a subway train. More than 100 were arrested in a riot in the stabbing incident at Blackpool last Saturday. The youth was the first victim of soccer violence in Britain A 14-year-old boy has since been charged with murder. National team berths are open TORONTO (CP) Hockey players at universities across Canada will be able to vie for a spot on the student national hockey team at regional camps in September. The Canadian Inter- collegiate Athletic Union an- nounced Tuesday re- organization of the student team that last competed inter- nationally in 1972. The 20 players selected will tour Europe in December and January, playing first-division clubs in Czechoslovakia as well as against other national student teams in the Spangler Cup tournament at Davos, Switzerland, Dec. 26 to Jan. 5. More than 80 players from 30 Canadian universities have been invited to attend training camps at Edmonton, Sept. 1- 6; Halifax, Sept. 9-13 and Toronto, Sept. 16-22. Exhibition games are being arranged for each of the train- ing camps, although the only set dates are for the successful candidates at Toronto. The final team selections will be announced after the training camps by coach Clare Drake of the University of Alberta who will be assisted by Bob Boucher, St. Mary's University, Halifax. Team manager is Tom Watt of the University of Toronto. The Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, August LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridoe, Phone (403) 328-7411 HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES Pages 23 34 Jenkins closes to one his knock on 20 victories Tenace takes shower The umpire may not always be right, but he is the ump as Oakland A's catcher Gene Tenace found out. Reds cashed in on errors, Pirates added to margin By THE CANADIAN PRESS Tuesday night was just one of those nights for Dave Cash of Philadelphia Phillies The second baseman made three errors and two of them figured in all of Cincinnati's scoring as the Reds blanked the Phillies 3-0 in a National League baseball game. Cash, a .300 hitter who came to the Phillies from Pitt- sburgh Pirates, has developed into the leader of a team that has been in contention for first place in the National League East. But on Tuesday his runs gave the Reds the runs they needed to make Jack Billingham his league's first 16-game winner Billingham pitched a seven-hitter. Cincinnati had one out and a runner at first when Dan Driessen grounded a routine double-play ball to Cash. The second baseman threw high, pulling shortstop Larry Bowa off the bag and both runners scored. Both of those runners even- tually scored. In the ninth he dropped the throw on a stolen base attempt by Tony Perez, who scored from second on Dave Concepcion's single. In Tuesday's other National League games, Los Angeles Dodgers tripped Chicago Cubs 10-5, Pittsburgh Pirates clob- bered San Francisco Giants 13-2, San Diego Padres sur- prised St. Louis Cardinals 3-1, Montreal Expos topped Atlanta Braves 6-1 and New York Mets downed Houston Astros 4-2. Jimmy Wynn hit a two-run homer and Bill Buckner and Joe Ferguson slugged solo homers to lead the Dodgers' 13-hit attack against the Cubs. The victory was the sixth in the last seven games for Los Angeles. Al Oliver drove home five runs, four of them with a dou- ble and a single in Pitts- burgh's nine-run third inning, and helped Dock Ellis to breeze to his eighth straight victory. The Pirates' victory, coupl- ed with St. Louis' loss, gave Pittsburgh a IVz-game edge over the Cardinals in the East Division. Homers by Willie McCovey and Dave Winfield off Bob Gibson wrecked the Cards. Lou. Brock stole his 89th base of the year fpr the Cards in the seventh. Homers by Bob Bailey and Ron Fairly and two-run singles by Mike Jorgensen and STAR COMES HIGH LIVERPOOL (AP) Everton soccer club paid Burnley Tuesday for midfield star Martin Dobson, the biggest straight cash deal in British soccer history. Jim Northrup gave Montreal outfielder called up from second inning when he all the runs they needed to Tidewater of the International became the 40th player to hit a turn back the Braves. League earlier in the day home run in his first major Benny Ayala, a 23-year-old started a three-run rally in the league plate appearance By THE CANADIAN PRESS With manager Billy Martin calling the shots, Texas Rangers are no longer the weak sisters of major league baseball. On the field, the Rangers have been one of baseball's big surprises. Tuesday night's 2-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles boosted Texas' record to 67-63, good for third place in the American League West. The record at the box office has been even more sur- prising. Tuesday's crowd of boosted the season attendance to with more than a month to go in the season. And that's for the same franchise which drew less than in each of the past two years. "It's satisfying to me that the critics who said we were invading football country and that we would never draw have been proved wrong, "said Tom Vandergriff, mayor of Arlington, the town between Dallas and Fort Worth which the Rangers call home. "Even our more severe doubters would have to admit we have done well." Elsewhere in the American League, New York Yankees beat Minnesota Twins 4-2, Oakland A's edged Milwaukee Brewers 3-2, California Angels trimmed Detroit Tigers 7-6, Boston Red Sox defeated Chicago White Sox 61 and Cleveland Indians beat Kansas City 12-8 in the opener of their doubleheader, then lost to the Royals 13-2 "You can't draw year after year and keep a franchise said Martin. "I told writers here last September we would draw a million this year and they wouldn't believe me." Ferguson Jenkins allowed just five Oriole hits in boosting his record to 19-11, the only Baltimore run scor- ing on an infield single by Paul Blair, a bloop hit on a hit-and- run play by Tommy Davis and a forceout. Texas scored its runs in the first inning against Jim Palmer, 4-10, on Dave The Herald Nelson's single and back-to- back doubles by Cesar Tovar and Jeff Burroughs. Jenkins made them stand up. Roy White's two-run, bases- loaded single in the seventh in- ning highlighted a four-run rally that boosted the Yankees to victory. Dick Tidrow, 11-10, went the distance for the Yanks and retired the last 13 Minnesota batters. Sports Harry Sinden claims emotions are the key MONTREAL (CP) -'Harry Sinden says a big key for Team Canada '74 will be how emotionally ready they are for their eight-game hockey series against the Soviet Union Sinden, who coached Team Canada 72 to four wins, three losses and a tie against the U.S S.R. national squad, made the comment at a news conference Tuesday. "I think they have all the disadvantages we had for our Sinden said. "But they know a lot more about the Russians than we did "They are not going into the series as favorites. As a matter of fact, I think most people rate them as under- dogs. "They will be able to prepare well for an excellent team. 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