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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Orioles9 McNally Chalks, Up 24th Triumph Starters Breeze Through Tune-Up Games Thundoy, Ottob.r 1, WO THf IITMMIDCI HEIAID 7 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dave McNally and Bert Bly- leven breezed through a tune-up for the payoff pitch while Fritz Peterson threw a parting curve at the Green Monster. Baltimore Orioles whipped Washington Senators 6-2 Wednesday night as MeNally tossed four-hitter for his 24th victory of the season. It was the southpaw's final fling before his scheduled start. against Minne- sota .Twins in Sunday's second game of the American League pennant playoffs. Blyleven, the Twins' 19-year- old fireballer, earned a starting assignment In the third game of the bestof-five title series with a solid eight-inning effort in Minnesota's 6-4 victory over Kansas City Royals. Peterson became a 20-game winner for the first time in his career by hurling New York Yankees past Boston Red Sox 4-3 at Fenway Park, a grave- yard for left-handers because of its short left field wall-the Green Monster. It was the sea- son finale for both clubs. Elsewhere, California Angels topped Chicago White Sox 5-1; Milwaukee Brewers downed Oakland Athletics 4-1 and De- WILL COMPETE ON VYEIKEND-Don Shade, one of the top tteer wrestlers in the Indian Rodeo Cowboy As- lociation is expected to take part in the second annual All-Indian indoor rodeo set to get under way Friday evening at eight o'clock at the Exhibition Pavilion. Ths rodeo, with aaaeo uncial attractions, will be held over three days. Saturday evening the action goes again at eight while Sunday afternoon will see a two o'clock start. by Jim Goodstriker Open At Home Saturday Against Movers Sugar Kings Sign Three Veterans On this the eve of the eve of the opening of the Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League Hie Leth- bridge Sugar Kings have added three holdovers to their 1970-71 roster. Sugar Kings, under new coach John are scheduled to meet Edmonton Movers Saturday evening and Edmonton Maple Leafs Sunday afternoon. This will kick off the SO-game campaign for the lo- cals. Sugar King manager Syd Ball announced today the sign- ing of Lloyd Pawlufc, Fraser Robertson and Gary Paskuski. This brings to 10 the total of Kings who have agreed to terms with the club for the coming year. Kings earlier signed hold- overs Danny McDonald, Archie McLennan, George McCrea and Len Chalmers as well as new- 25 Now In Stock 10 SPEED BICYCLES All sizes Men's and Ladies' PEUGEOT GITANE 95 RALLY ,00 ond UP ALSO JUST ARRIVEDI NEW SHIPMENT MEN'S and LADIES' 3 SPEED BICYCLES WE TAKE TRADES BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Av-3. S. Phone 327-3221 OVER 300 BICYCLES IN STOCK "Serving Alberta For Over 30 Years" OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. comers Ken Dodd, Dave Krook and Joe Mutch. Pawluk came to the Kings from the Crowsnest Pass and While he was best known for his rugged style of play did manage to fire home 23 goals and pick up 13 assists in his rookie season. Pawluk suffered a broken wrist late in the year and missed a good portion of the playoffs. Red Deer Boss Most Unhappy RED DEER (CP) Red Deer Rustlers don't have enough players to open their Alberta Junior Hockey League schedule in Ponoka Saturday night, Alf Cadman, coach and owner said Wednesday. The Rustlera were to meet Ponoka Stampeders in the league opener. Cadman said the AJHL and the Western Canada Hockey League "are supposed to be un- der the same CAHA rules yet three Rustlers' 1970.71 sign- ed players have been stolen from the team this year by WCHL teams." Cadman said it apears he had been misleading the play- ers by teling them they can't Taber Hosts Exhibition Taber hockey fans will see the second game of a 12-game exhibition series featuring clubs of the Western Canada Hockey League tonight. Last Saturday some fans sat to as Flin Flon Bomb- ers stopped Calgary Centen- nials 5-1. Tonight at at the Civic Centre the Centennials will play host to Estevan Bruins. Meanwhile Centennials and' the Bruins fought to a 3-3 tie Wednesday night in exhibition play before 500 fans in Cran- brook, British Columbia. Murray McNeil scored all three goals for Calgary, while Estevan scored on two goals by Don Martin and a single by Ken Ireland. go to other teams because of CAHA rules which require a re- lease. The coach said he has ad. vised all Rustlers players they now are free to play where they want this year. Cadman made the announce- ment shortly after Ian Mac- Kcnzie, vice-president of the league, announced a fine of for Cadman and a one-game suspension of Hustlers' Terry Wedderburn. The league's action followed an incident in an exhibition game in Edmonton Tuesday night in which several Red Deer Players left the bench in a game against Edmonton Movers in an attempt to reach heckling fans. Cadman was fined for not keeping his team in control and Wedderburn, a four-year vet- eran of the team, was sus- pended for leading the charge into the stands, McKenzie said. Paskuski is starting his third year with the Kings and is coming off his best season. In his sophomore year Paskuski notched 30 goals and earned 17 assists. Paskuski could be a doubtful starter for the week- end pair due to an injured knee. Also starting his third year is .smooth-skating Robertson. After a rookie season spent as a forward Robertson was switched to defence last year and is expected to patrol the Kings blueline again this sea- son. Last year Robertson, a prod- uct of Fairview, Alberta, pick- ed four goals from his blueline post while adding 27 assists. It was announced Thursday from the AJHL head office that Chapman was handed fine for. what officials described as counduct detrimental to the game. Chapman, who will be lighter when he takes his club on the ice Saturday, was fined for actions in two exhibition games. Against Mount Royal he went on the ice during a fight and then followed up by getting thrown out of the game with Calgary Centennials. ___ Advance tickets for the none openers will go on sale at the Arena Friday between 4r6 p.m. and again Saturday from. 2-4 p.m. WESTERN CANADA HOCKEY LEAGUE HOCKEY ACTION TABER CIVIC CENTRE THURSDAY, OCT. 1st P.M. ESTEVAN BRUINS vs CALGARY CENTENNIALS MONDAY, OCT. 12th P.M. SWIFT CURRENT BRONCOS vs MED. HAT TIGERS ADVANCE TICKET SALES UTHBRIDC-E: SAFEWAY STOKE, 13th St. and 3rd S. TABER: ODDIE'S CENTRAL DRUGS SUPERMARKET FOOD BAR troit Tigers nipped Cleveland Indians 4-3. McNally, who had been both- ered by elbow soreness in a pre- vious start, went the distance without duress as the Orioles tied the club record with their 10th consecutive victory and ex- tended Washington's losing streak to 13 games. He struck out nine white mov- ing alongside team-mate Mike Cuellar and Minnesota's Jim Perry, the other 24-game win- ners in the majors. Merv Rette- mund's two-run single and a two-run triple by Brooks Robin- son broke the game open in the seventh inning. Cuellar will face Perry in the Orioles-Twins opener Saturday, with McNally opposing Minne- sota southpaw Tom Hall in the second game and 20-game win- ner Jim Palmer going for the Orioles against Blyleven Mon- day. The National League's, East Division battle' for the No. 2 spot will be settled tonight when New York Mets and Chicago Cubs meet while in Philadelphia the surprising Montreal Expos can avoid a basement finish with a victory as the regular season comes to a close. Bill Hands stifled the Mfits on seven hits Wednesday as the Cubs moved into a second-place tie with their 2-0 triumph, set- ting up a confrontation between Chicago's 21-game winner Fer- guson Jenkins facing Jim Mc- Andrew, 10-13. Second place is worth approx- imately a man while the losing team will pick up about apiece. The East Division champion Pirates have a game lead as they get ready for Saturday's opening playoff game against Cincinnati Reds. The Expos exploded for four third-inning runs to stop Phila- delphia 54 and move one-half game ahead of the Phillies into fifth place. Carl Morton, Montreal's rookie right-hander, will be on the mound today trying to push the Phils into the cellar. The youngster has' taken 18 games this season and is a prime can- didate for NL Rookie-of-the- Year honors. In other NL action, Houston Astros edged San Francisco Giants 4-3, St. Louis Cardinals shaded Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 and San Diego Padres topped Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1. The Cubs snapped a scoreless tie in the sixth inning as Mets' starter Nolan Ryan walked four Cubs for a run and Chicago added a tally in the seventh on Tommy Davis' run-scoring dou- ble. ANDY CAPP 'OW ABOUT TRVINT J f I ALREADY LUCK, PET r S 'AVE I'M ON THEIR BCOK5 AN'WATO'T'HEAR. FBOM THEM-THEY, 'bON'r CALL US, WE'LL CALL THAT WAS TWENTY YEARS AGO'! Johnny Samples Says Freeze On Joe Kapp NEW YORK (AP) Pro foot- sail's hierarchy has imposed a secret freeze on Joe Kapp to intimidate all other players, Johnny Sample said Wednes- day. Last Chance Tills Weekend The annual Last Chance golf tournament is scheduled for Henderson Lake Golf Club this weekend. Unlike the First _ Chance this weekend's event will be a best- ball affair with play in two di- visions. Last year the qualifica- tions were that only one mem- ber of each twosome had to have a handicap of 10 or over. This year, with the two divi- sions the handicap has been changed. Division A will require that one player have a handicap of nine or over while in Division B both handicaps must be over nine. Flights will be of eight teams each. There will be prizes for the two low gross scores and low net scores 'in each flight as well as individual net play tro- phies. A entry lee has been set for the event with pro- visions for cancellation of the tourney. "The option clause doesn't mean anything any they've got you by the said the tough, outspoken defen- sive back who sued the New York Jets for million after bring cut prior to the 1969 sea- son. 'Commissioner Pete Rozelle and the they want to get you, they get you. This is their way to keep you in line. 'T was on the West Coast re- cently and I had a long talk with Kapp. He's made telephone calls. He wants to play. But all he gets is 'Sony Joe.' "Don't tell me a guy who led Minnesota to the NFL champi- onship isn't valuable to some- one. The Eagles could use him. So could the Giants and Dallas Cowboys. But the establishment is using Kapp as an example. "It puts the fear of God in the Other guys. 'If they can do this to a top quarterback like Kapp, the guys ask, 'what can they do to a lowly tackle or a Kapp, who learned the pro game with Calgary Stampeders and British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League, quarterbacked the Vikings into the 1970 Super Bowl. He is re- ported to be seeking in a new five-year contract. AVENUt I STREIT, 3rd AVINUI, LtTHIMOSI, ALIIKTA Requires AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN An energetic Mercury dealership requires automobile salesmen immediately. Usual company benefits which include company demo, health plan and generous commission plan. Apply to G. R. RICHARDSON SALES MANAGER PH. 327-5763 Prince Igor has no taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight. Orion Pile Seat Covers Station Wagon Rear Air Deflectors Turtle Wax Baby Bottle Warmers West Coast Jr. Truck Mirrcrs or chrome) Litter Baskets 98c SHOP NOW AT HIIVA MIULHIIU AUIU SUPPLY LTD. 421 5th Street S. 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