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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuttday, Octobw 1, 1974 THE LETHBWDCE HERALD 9 ANDY CAPP I'M PWVIDIN' A SERVICE, REAuy. THE ONLY' LITTLE SIT OF PLEASURE THEY GET-BEING- SHOCKED AT MY SOW'S ON Perry hurting Robinson's chances? Redskins scalp Denver WASHINGTON (AP) Bill Kilmer, limping with a pulled calf muscle, tried unsuccess- fully to tell everyone that he was only a small part of Wash- ington Redskins' 30-3 victory Monday night over -Denver Broncos. "It was the offence, the defence and the special he said. "We didn't make any mistakes and they did. Kilmer threw two touchdown passes to Charlie Taylor, including one early in the first quarter, to lead the Redskins in the National Foot- ball League game. The win put the Redskins in a second-place tie with Phila- delphia Eagles in the National Football Conference Eastern Division, each with 2-1 records, behind St. Louis, 3-0. The loss gave Denver a (M-l record. Race results CLEVELAND Gaylord Perry claims he's underpaid, and it is not hard to make a case that he is. But by tying his salary demands to the status of Frank Robinson, he v might place in jeopardy the chances of success for major league baseball's first black manager. Cleveland Indians, who em- ploy Perry's arm and Robin- son's bat, seemingly paved the way for Robinson to make the black manager breakthrough with their announcement last week that Ken Aspromonte had been fired as manager of the American League team. To get Robinson's bat, the Indians agreed to pay the ag- ing superstar an estimated next year. Perry, a veteran like Robinson, makes a reported a year. He says he won't play for the In- dians next year unless he makes The 36-year-old Perry made that announcement shortly be- fore Aspromonte's .exit was announced. He also said he didn't figure he would be with Cleveland next year, depending upon who is manager. That was another obvious reference to Robinson, 39, who immediately told Perry he didn't care for all the sudden publicity. Others on the team say the two nearly tangled in the dressing room. All that presents the Cleve- land club with a problem of major proportions. Perry is, at least, a key fig- ure in the club's immediate future. He also is white, and continued opposition on his part to Robinson might conceivably lead others to take the same position. That would increase the problems with which Robinson would have to deal. It is not beyond the realm of possibility that such opposi- tion could torpedo any Cleveland plans to break the managerial racial barrier. One simple solution would be to trade Perry, and there already has been talk about such a deal. But it might not be so simple. For one thing, it probably would be difficult for the In- dians to get what they think Perry is worth. For a decade he has been one of baseball's best and most durable 20-game seasons, a 197-157 record, an earned-run average of less than 2.90, a Cy Young award, five seasons with more than 300 innings. It has Uken baseball 27 years to move from Jackie Robinson, the first black player, to Frank Robinson, on the verge of being its first black manager. Con- troversies such as the one Perry has created can only make it more difficult for any such breakthrough to succeed. Come In and See Our NEW ARRIVALS! in LADIES' DRESS SHOES Featuring THOMAS WALLACE! AT MflRfl'NJO WORLD OF SHOES 317A Sixth St-Mt South Open Thursday till 9 p.m. CALGARY (CP) Race results from Stampede Park Monday: FIRST S2.300. claiming, 3 year olds, mile. Shot O Scotch (Whittle) 3.40 2.20 2.30. Sister Wolfe (Hedge) 2.30 2.30, Al Blanco (Ray) 2.80. Time: 3-5. Brother Beau. Michael's Man, Balsora also ran. SECOND claiming. 6 (urlqngs Ghants Bay (Giesbrecht) 6.50 3.40 3.60, Mike Mullen (Pearson) 360 3.20, Fay's Hurrah (Coombs) 7.80. Time: Mr. Lament, Mary's Fancy, Caroufer, Trusted Position, Kelly H, Midnight Kavaher. Super Skoot also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD 500, claiming. 6 furlongs. Astra Shot (Ollive) 3.30 3.30 2.60, Explorate (Ray) 16.10 14.80. My Meteor (Giesbrecht) Time: Ballyclare. Jake's Jewel, Sabie's Blue, Sheba's Shade. Mistic Shadow also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 1 1-16 mile. Bhai Lodge (Hendricks) 22.00 7.00 4.30, Kyed (Norris) 4.40 3.40, Cottom Tom (Gold) 3.30. Time: 4-5. Revel Tarte, Red Mahogany, John Bristol. West Wind Gal, Eastgopaddy, Doolin Heart, Air Strike also ran. FIFTH claiming. 1 1-16 mile. Brown Rundle (Hedge) 8.30 4.70 3.20. Hillside Hero (Coombs) 7.30 4.00. Chads Champ (Dunham) 11.70 Time: 2-5. Can O -Flash. King Chitty. Mr. Brad's Boy. Blue Bouncer, Two Penny Mist also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 6 furlongs. For Rex (Whittle) 14.60 5.60 3.60, Peaceful Cindy (Ollive) 3.60 2.80. Beyond The Moon (Norris) 3.00. Time: 1-14 1-5. Oondolbar, Bute Boy. New Mercenary, Royal Attempt also ran. Track Scratch: More Money. SEVENTH claiming. 6 furlongs. Callim Nesh (Ray) 12.90 6.20 3.90, Sandswift (Giesbrecht) 5.40 3.50, Remwan (Hendricks) 4.30. Time: 3-5. Impress Me. Wiffi Waffi. Champagne Butch, White Jet also ran. EIGHTH to claiming. 1 5-8 mile. KOOl Colo (Whittle) 6.60 4.80 3.40. Hylo Ruler (Gold) 10.40 4.70. Nestime (Coombs) 3 00 Time: 2-5. Another Bomber, Sultan's Diary. Rusty Water, Mister Stormy also ran. NINTH claiming, 6 furlongs. Lady Stuart (Ray) 12.70 4.30 3.00, Haydens Symphony (Ollive) 440 3 60. Palm Oil (Rycroft) 5.50. Time: 2-5. Fair Haydn. Rejected Romance. Merry Muffet, Bull Quartz. Coal Dust, Lightning Len, Washougal also ran. QUINELLA: COWENS SIDELINED BUZZARDS BAY, Mass. 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