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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TllE intlBRIDGE HERAID Wcdnonloy, Auguil 30, 1972 Ten HI. Canada could be in for nt it's not nn inferior style. You must remember that a North American will appraise, tire Russians using his own said Drydcn, refer- ring to the common assessment Hint tho Hussrans puss loo Sinden's great TORONTO crt notched the others. DKYOKN IMI'HKSSIVK Marcel Dionnc and Hill (Jolcissvortliy scored for the lieds on Ed Johnston re- ilaced Ken Drydcn midway .hrnugli the game with the Whites leading 5-0. The Great Experiment had Esposito replacing Stan Mikita, with Mikita moving into Espo- sito's spot between Wayne Casliman and J. P. Parise. 'Nobody wanted to take any exclaimed Ferguson of the Mahovlich-Esposito-Counio- yer trio. "They are three great players, hut they'd rather pass the puck than shoot it even some great scoring oppor- tunities." "It still wouldn't hurt to put (hem togelher again against the said Sinden. "Then Mikita played a good game too, on both lines." When the Esposito line faite to generate any scoring tlmis for the Reds, Ferguson restorer his former lines near the end o the second period. The game degcneratec through the final 20 minutes o play and Sinden claimed th lack of cohesive play iiy any o the lines "made our job a he luva lot tougher." He was referring to has selcc tion of 19 players, including tw goaltenders, from the 3o Na rjonal Hockey League player in camp to open against th visiting Russians. Sinden dis clewed that he'll name Us star ing lineup Friday night. BATTIE PRACTICE Teom Canado goallender Ken Drycten is ossisled by Vic Had- field (right) and Don Awrey as he fights off Phil Esposito (foreground) during a Team Canada intra-squad game in Toronto Tuesday night. At far left is Wayne Coshman. First name in Ihe Canada-Russia hockey series is Saturday night in Montreal. (CP Wirephoto) Retires 41 straight batters Barr sets new recora By THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS National League bailers have hail llioir ups and downs lately with San Francisco's Jim Ban: Up they come and down they Mast week for Ws first major 'nague shutout and retired the "t 21 batters, mowed down first 20 St. Louis hitters Bernie with The 24-year-old Giants' handcr, who pitched a two-his- ter against Pittsburgh Pirates Tiant records third shutout Meet Mr. Excitement of Tiant. "I think that he's as good as any righthander in the Ameri- can League right said CONTINUES WITH GREAT SAVINGS MEN'S SUETS SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS Plaint, colort, itripei and palterni. CIEARING AT MEN'S SWEATERS Theis are Iho finest knili From ragular ttock morehandiie. JA Clearing at BALANCE OF SWEATER 1A37 STOCK AT urr All SALES CASH MO 321 ALL MEN'S SWIMWEAR CIEARING AT Off Our tornplefa ifrxk of troupers. All frcnn wool nnd blendi, fortre A Selection at OFF A Selection at OFF BALANCE OF SUITS 20% By SAMUELSOHN and SAVILLE ROW SPORT JACKETS and CO-ORDINATES In the latest slytes and colors. SPECIAL SELECTION SPECIAL SELECTION OFFAT......... BAIANCE OF STOCK......20% OFF Wcago manager Chuck Tan- er aitcr Tiant pitched Boston ied Sox to a 3-0 over iis White Sox Tuesday night. Tiajit recorded liis third traight shutout and fifth traight victory with a five-liit- er. In his last five games, Tiant, has illowed just five earned runs, 1 hits and six walks while triking out 37 batters in that ime. Tiant's latest triumph kept he Red Sox three games be- linu" the leaders in the East Di- vision race. BIRDS CLOSE HANKS Baltimore Orioles trounced Minnesota Twins 9-4 and pulled .nlo a first-place tie with De- Iroit after the Tigers lost 3-1 to California Angels. The West race was no less uncertain after Tuesday night's action. Chicago's loss dropped them Into socorai place and Oakland Athletics regained first by a hali-gnme after beating Cleveland Indians 1-0. New York Yankees beat Texas Rangers 7-6 in II innings in the first game of a double- header before losing the sec- ond, 7-4, and Kansas City Roy- als defeated Milwaukee Brew crs M in other league action. Bobby Grich drove in four runs with a grand slam horner and triple as Baltimore Minnesota despite Harmon Kill- ebrcw's milestone home run, Killebrcw hit No. 53ii of his ca- reer, tying him with Mickey Mantle for fourth place on the all-time list. 20 St, :clay night before o broke the spell i :i double and finished with a three-hit, 3-0 victory over the Cardinals. The string of 41 consecutive outs broke the major league baseball mark of 38 set by Pittsburgh's Harvey Hadtlix in 1030, 36 of those coming in bis memorable 12 perfect innings against Milwaukee Braves. Elsewhere in the National League, Montreal Expos nipped Atlanta Braves 4-3, New York Mets blanked Cincinnati Reels 3-0, Houston Astros edged Philadelphia Phillies 2-1, Chi- cago Cubs downed Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 and Pittsburgh slugged San Diego Padres 5-1. BARR A STARTER Barr, who made 24 relief ap- pearances before getting start this season, "has earned igahisl a squad of seasoned V1IL professionals than against he amateurs Canada sent to he Olympics and world cham- lion.ships "I realize that, 1ml it still Is possible to detect an attitude hat could result in a surprise. "Let us lake the ban on W11A World Hockey Association) plnycra ns nn example. There s no way the NHL wants us to osc. If the NHL had felt the iddition of those (WHA) play- ers the difference >et.ween our winning or losing, hey would have played or the scries would havp been called off. So, the NHL takes 11 for granted we'll win." Glcnnie, tho played In tho 1968 Olympics as an amateur, also recalls that the Russians' jassing ability can be a threat. "Their power play is strong and. slightly different from the NHL Rursgin" attacks where the offensive players slay reason- ably stationary and move the puck around. The three Russian forwards a power-play skate around all the lime and ttie puck really travels, too. I've seen them pass it for 30 seconds until they force a defender to move out of position and create the opening for a good scoring chance." Gloruiir; said the Canadians will have to exercise restraint to avoid being goaded into tak- ing needless penalties. "The Russians are very chippy with their sticks, taking what wo call cheap shots. WAIT FOIl C1IANCB "Nobody in the N'llL likes that and if you pivc a guy a cheap shot, he gives it back to you on the spot, if it's bad enough, or more often he waits for his chance and evens the score, retaliation is exactly what the Russians want." Glennie, a Toronto Maple I.cafs (lefenceman and one o! the NIIL's most punishing body checkers, also discounts any suggestion that the Rus- THING'S WORK OUT- ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORE NATIONAL LEAGUH Eilt St. Philadelphia Cincinnati Houston Loi Angeles Sen Francisco San Diego w i. PCI. GBL 57 .515 1) .434 4f, 77 31 TODAY'S GAMES San Diego Arlin (8-17) flt Plus tjuroh Klson Lcs John 111-51 at Chlcagc Jenkins ha-10) St Louil flS-7) fj-ctfally (3H> al Allanli OakSind Kant as C .393 lbV> sa fn 61 .'Jfi lo1 .4 si 17 63 55 til 4V 71 .373 33 Texas TODAY'S GftMES Cleveland Perry 09-13) at Oakland dom Ill-al Detroit r-rtmnn (311 al California full-time status as a says Fox. Giants' manager Charlie sians mipht be intimidated hy j Nickro (1M) Reggie Cleveland of tho Cards matched Barr's scoreless hurling until the ninth when Dave Kingman drova In all three runs off the Swift Cur- rent, Sask., native with a bases-loaded double following error by t til rd hasema n Dwain Anderson, a hit hat- .sman, a sacrifice and an in- tentional walk to Dave Rader. Ken Singleton hit two solo homers in Montreal's triumph over Atlanta. Hank Aaron hit his 605th. career homer and Williams also connected for the Braves. LEO 1IOLRS STRKAK Houston made it two in a row under Durocher's lead- ership when Lee May greeted Philadelphia rcliuvcr Mac ficarce with a lead off home run in the ninth inning. The Astros picked up a game on Cincinnati, which played rlcad against New York's .litn McAndrew nnrt Tug Mcttraw, and Iraii the Reds hy Th I games in the West Division. rough tactics. The Russian players are j very .strong anil I don't feel nir can intimidate them. They're probably expecting us to play a hiUing game and if we cnlch them with Iheir beads down we'll give them a crack. They haven't mastered contact to the extent of the NHL." Glonnie said he thinks a strong forechccking strategy could be Canada's best ap- proach. "I'm positive they have a gamo plan and If we can dis- rupt this, they lack the spontaniety and individuality to scrap it and adapt quickly to something new. "If we forccheck them strongly and they can't get their game plan into gear, it I be an advantage. I don't expect them to fore- cheek that much. Often when our team gained possession In clnnaM GutleH (6-7) Philadelphia carllofi (21-7) at Houj- lon Reusi (8-10) TUESDAY'S RESULTS Los Angelei 001 ODD 1 Chicago (5-1: pas (11-7) a Is MO Wl 340 and Carwilziaro; Pap- Hendrleki. HR: our zone in the Olympics, they'd almost all put out of our zone ready to back-check. Race results 5th STREET SOUTH OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M M GARY tCP) Vicforia Park -4'S, TV-rraro, Day, Lyrtdw V ky. Silver Dandy, Klllam also f claiming, 7 claiming, J year fllrjs, 7 f IPfeHnl W V) M Rax (Levin's) A ?5 J 70, C Hurrah .1 Lllflo Conle'-is J 3 SO 1 Call mt S Shields) 4 rr.e: Palallsl, Car Jlmrry, L SrfOM. Shatfy Rfriues! also ran. Of AIMf 1n Roii fllio 131. SO. Dnad- Bit) Tdqe. (Sarichi-i) J 50 3 fA H Cafl (Hed-je) FAI! Friday (Norrii) SCO 3 0, Rely (Phi-tan) 6.1'J, me: l-th yi' ff.'i (Ir.rM) 7 4 y.. ft', -t.n Vi .t Priqi- Mrj j rw lutui. Papiff nliT irrp. 1 f inr o Hi Poy 'il 1 r rr.l, Irriri, Maiming, year otds ar.rl JN (Kipling) 11. 5-10 F-nutf ffJorr 3 jn 7 1 4 'fir avl 1 :H jfiknr, Ja fKif.lini) 5 V, Ontario dominates golf finals SASKATOON (CP) Ontaric dominalxxl the first round of the women's national seniors gol cliampionship Tuesday, leariin, n both lenni scores and Indi virlual scores. Tlie Ontario squad's team score was over (he par-7 Saskatoon Golf aiv Country Club layout. Alberta was in second posl Uon with 2ofl. Trie British Columbia loam 'yvorites fining into the firs round and defending senior crtiampioRs, were in third plac aflnr tho first IB holes of meda play with 2G2. Kay Hclleur of the Ontari loam the individual scorer with Team-mat Uorothy I-ockwtxxl was tied (o second with '12-M-fil. Pat ALL tin of the Alberta team ata shot an Bl on 42-33 rounds, Tlio fjolfer.s in tern pcrnttircs ranging up lo W t! grrre.s with no wind. Tlio scconrl final ]fl hole of play are set for todny. [Irvine) 3 tfi OW MO fl 5 i slon 2M 010 1 7 I Bradley (13-11) Bahnsen (5) Aeoif) and Herrmann: Tlant (9-4) ant M York OM HO idnnnH 000 WO 0 Ac HOS) McGraw (9 rr; Billion ham (I-IU Carrol f (9) 1 Plurnmor MRi: 17) aneoatl (8) Agee ItndBlphia W> CM 1 luslon 000 3 Sraridrjo. W i and Bafeman; Wilson, Ray adding (5-5} (9) I (21) may Oltrio 000 MO 11! iisburnh Oil 300 i I f-t-B) Roil (E) nnd Ktfidall ass (156) Gulsfl C6) and Sangulllen onlrcal 000 nn t llanta 000 010 3 1 (AA1 (8) nrvd fAcCar er; Hardin (3-1] Schueler (8> i Miami, Single f on (7 (Jfi) in Francljeo 400 W> 3 7 B Lou it 000 0 Darr (6-7) and Rader; Cleve EAGLE LEADERS edeno, HOJ WilllAmi, Chi LA ier. All rr. All Pgri iguHicn, PgH SIL anlo. Chi Oliver, Pgh Home runs: AB J70 318 317 312 .51" 6B R H n isi 76 Ptt Cotbsrt, .31 4t IK -301 68 137 San Dleg Strickland (9) and win [3-7] Bnll f J) Sflndi and Ro-Jrlguei. MR LEAGUE LEADERS D. Allen, Cfi Schclntlur 000 fill OCO 4 J in-J Taylor; Rycr nnderi If) Brrtl Win KC 3JS S9 111 .113 51 154 .312 SB PInlella, KC Rudl, Oak......4E4 iii Olh, 1" FIsV, c. way, ?-i Derry, Cai ......3" 23 ?i Murcer, IJY 81 111 Home D. Allen. Murter, Mew York, (21) Runs baited In: D. Ch Murcsr, York Pikhlng 01) Palmer, ore, burgh Penguins of Iho Nation Hockey IxiagiiR announce Tuesday the signing nf rig winger Ken Schmkcl lo a year contract. A team spokesman said the club's omy unsized regulars now are Binkley and (orwnrrl.s Val r'ontcynu and Itoo Scliock. Available in 6 In, 38 ft. length 8 in. dir, 56, 63, and 70 ft. lengthl DOLLAR FOR DOLLM, MAYHATK AUfiEflS MOVE IT FASTER AND EASIER. COMPLETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402, lit AVI. South Phono or LETH8RIDOE BOW ISLAND ;