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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Tuttday, October 1, 1974 CHRISTMAS IN DISNEYLAND Tours to ChooM from Starling 20th For Bookings, Prlctt, ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centra Village Mall Phon. 328-3ZU1 Herald- Sports The firs t family The Ingarfield's, from the left, Earl Sr., Grace, Jean Mane, Rae Ann and Earl Jr Recreation League practices Cards, PiratCS will again, Yankees full game back now Hockey players interested in trying out for any team in the City Recreational Hockey League are invited out to the teams' practice sessions The practices are all slated for Henderson Ice Centre and are open to all former members of the league and any new players wishing to play this year The Miners Library team holds its first practice Wednesday at 7 30 p m followed by Purity Settling's first practice session at 9 p m The Lethbndge Community College team will hold its first practice Oct 7 at 7 30 p m and the Labor Club's first workout is slated for 9 the same evening All teams will be practicing throughout the month and players are advised to find out the time from team coaches ASSOCIATED PRESS Bruce Kison of Pittsburgn Pirates and Bob Forsch of St Louis Cardinals matched three-hitters Monday night to keep their clubs in a deadlock for first place in the National League East Kison, aided by pinch-hitter Richie Zisk's tie-breaking sev- enth-inning triple, pitched the Pirates to a 2-1 victory over Chicago Cubs Meanwhile, Ted Simmons' three-run homer in the first inning provided enough of a margin as Forsch pitched the Car- dinals to a 5-1 win over Come on over. The To's have jusl arrived! Come on over and look at what's new We've got a whote new mid-size Fury line Great iooKing new styling in tnm, mid-size cars We ve got fuH- size Gran Fury models with exciting new interior luxury And our compact Valiant line is loaded with the features that have made at Canada's most Ply UK mill's gotyuur popular compact over the years So come on over size for 1975 And we've got the new Plymouths, luxurious new Chrysler and Imperial cars and Dodge Trucks mOTORS 7th St and 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 OpmMon.-Fri.9tH9 LETHBRIDGE LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD Uval 7th Strati Shopping Mall LathbrMga, Albarta Phont (403) 328-7411 HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES Family man Ingarf ield happy at his new job Montreal Expos In the National League West, Houston Astros prevented Los Angeles from clinching the title, beating the Dodgers 4-1 Los Angeles now leads second-place Cincinnati by two games, with two to play St Louis and Pittsburgh also have two games re- maining In another National League game, New York Mets defeated Philadelphia Phillies 52 Baltimore Orioles increased their lead in the American League East to one game over idle New York Yankees with a 12-6 triumph over Detroit Ti- gers Both New York and Baltimore have two games left In the other American League game, Cleveland In- dians nipped Boston Red Sox 2-1 Kison had a shaky first in- ning, allowing two singles, a hit batsman and a bases- loaded walk to force in a run, but then settled down. Kison, 9-8, allowed one single and a walk the rest of the game, his strongest game of the season and his first complete game since 1972 He has been in and out of the Pittsburgh starting rotation this season, after being plagued by arm trouble in 1973 Zisk. batting for shortstop Frank Taveras. clouted his game-winning triple in the seventh off loser Bill Bonham, 11-22 to score Manny Sanguillen. who had singled and taken second on a wild pitch. Forsch, a rookie called up from Tulsa in July, pitched no- hit ball for 6 2-3 innings at chil- ly Jarry Park in Montreal The temperature was 46 de- grees at game time, with winds up to 20 miles an hour Forsch's effort was quite a turnabout from his last start Friday, when he was pounded for five runs in one-third of an inning by Pittsburgh Mike Jorgensen broke up the no-hit bid with a two-out double in the seventh Ken Singleton followed with a single for Montreal's only run Native Sons sign pair The Lethbndge Native Sons have announced the signing of two players. Gary Clark and Gordie Gejdos Clark is only 14 years old but stands six foot two and weighs 145 pounds He played in goal last year for the Moose Jaw Crusaders' Bantam A dub and is considered a promising young prospect Gejdos is a six foot one 170 pound defeneeman from Skiff He is also 14 of age and toiled last yeai with the Foremost Midgets By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Earl Ingarfield has two main loves, his family and hockey, and you can be sure they fall in that order After 13 years as a player in the National Hockey League, another three in the old Western Hockey League and three more in various capacities with the New York Islanders of the NHL, Ingarfield has put away his suitcase with all the travel stickers He is back coaching junior hockey Bill Burton, president of the Lethbndge Broncos of the Western Canada Hockey League, Ingarfield's new club, put -t best when he announced his new coach and assistant general manager, "with Earl Ingarfield as our coach we will have as fine a coach as there is in junior hockey Burton simply voiced the opinion of the entire WCHL Ingarfield left his mark on the WCHL three years back when he coached the Regma Pats Ed Chynoweth, president of the league, said some time back that Ingarfield did an excellent job in Regma and welcomed the return of the likable Lethbndge native son to the league As for Ingarfield himself9 His family comes first and now, coaching the Bron- cos, he can stay in the thick of hockey and spend the time he wants with his family 'I may miss some of the glitter of travel with a big league he admits, "But being away from the family three weeks out of almost every month was not for me" Ingarfield says that he would have stayed with the Islanders, as director of player personnel, one more year and then looked for something else He would, in all likelihood, have scouted on a part time basis He could not give up hockey altogether While the Ingarfield's don't do anything out of the ordinary as a family there is a very close family relationship which Ingarfield will tell you "is hard to main- tain when thousands of miles separate you most of the time The Ingarfield family, besides Earl Sr consists of Earl's wife Grace, Earl Jr the oldest at 15, Rae Ann 13 and the pride and joy of the family, three-year-old Jean Marie And one must not forget Amos, the family bassett hound "Now I will be away less than a week at a time." says Ingarfield "and that just suits the family fine Last winter Ingarfield took in more than 140 games of hockey He scouted the NHL, World Hockey Association, Central League, Western League, all three major junior leagues, the Alberta Junior and college competitions To say he had his fill would be an understatement of major proportions And yet he is ready to get right back into the game "It's been a major portion of my he says Hockey has brought Ingarfield a good life and he is simply giving back some of what he gained Aside from the heydays of the Lethbndge Native Sons, Ingarfield is the first Lethbndge coach to handle a Tier I club He wanted it made clear that the last thing he wanted to do' was to take any credit for being the first coach of a major junior hockey club in the city He is, however, the first coach in major junior as it is today "It's a great feeling to come back to my hometown as coach of the first club in the new says Ingarf ield What about his Broncos this 1974-75 season9 "We're certainly looKing to make the he says "That's what it's all about, isn't it9 Ingarfield coached in the WCHL, as a matter of fact, he groomed the Regma Pats, the same team that won the Memorial Cup this past season He has also scouted extensively in the west and knows what to expect from most clubs From what he has seen his Broncos should be m the thick of things "From what I can recall from scouting and coaching, the league this year should be as strong as ever, if not a little Ingarfield feels, "So I kind of know what we have to have to be a contender Ingarfield intends to carry six defencemen, at least for the time being He can dress 19 players but can keep 25 or 30 around if he wants "Our strong point should be our defence and our he admits The defence is the most experienced while the club has both goaltenders back from last year's club Up front Ingarfield's mam concern is at left wing "It's really the only place on the club where we have no WCHL experience at all We look solid up the middle and at the right wing Ingarfield stated "Put it this he said, "there are lots of spots up for grabs in our division The race will be wide open We'll be right there when it counts Broncos open the season this Sunday evening at seven o'clock at the Sportsplex against the Pats Ingarfield would like nothing better than to knock off the defending Memorial Cup champs in their first game And the way things are, he won't have to wait around for a plane to take him home He can just get into his car and five minutes later he is Earl Ingarfield. family man again Hoop meeting The Southern Alberta Chinook Basketball League will hold its first organizational meeting Wednesday evening All interested team representatives are asked to be at the gathering set for eight o'clock at Doug's Music and Sports ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES We have a complete line of APPROVED HOCKEY FIGURE SKATES NYLON SUPREME JUNIOR SUPREME SPECIAL PRO SLACK PANTHER GOAL SKATES PLUS, A ne 01 Cooper Vclcnavlle Koho and Chris LETWRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117- 2nd Ptwrw 327-S3S9 NATIONAL LEAGUE EM W L Pet QBL Pittsburqh 86 74 538 St Louis 86 74 538 Montreal 78 82 488 8 Philadelphia 78 82 488 8 New York 71 89 444 15 Chicago 66 94 41 j 20 WMt Los Angeles 100 60 625 Cincinnati 98 62 613 2 Atlanta 86 74 538 14 Houston 81 79 506 19 San Fran 71 89 444 29 San Diego 59 1Q1 369 41 Phila 000 '00 001-2 7 1 New York 000 104 8 1 Chnstenson (1-1) Scarce (6) Twitcnell (7) and Boone Koosman (15-11) and Hodges St Louts 300 OOO 7 0 Montreal 000 000 3 1 Forsch (7-4) and Simmons Rogers (15-22) Foote HR Si Louis (20) Chicago 100 000 3 2 Pittsburgh 001 COO 4 1 Bonham (11-22) and Kistwi (9-8) arwj Sangui'ten Los Angeles 000 000 6 0 Houston 000 121 10 1 Rau (13-11) Hough (5) Rnoden (6) Shanahan (7) and Ferguson Dierker (11-10) Forsch (7) and M May AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet GBL Baltimore 89 71 556 New York 88 72 550 1 Boston 83 77 519 6 Cleveland 7b 64 475 13 Milwaukee 75 85 469 14 Detroit 72 88 450 17 WMt Oakland 90 70 563 Texas 83 75 525 6 Minnesota 8re Ss'es and 402 lit AVI. 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