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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _______. October 4, THE lEmslDGE HERAIP 7 One of baseball's best bargains Clemente was worth it PITTSBURGH (AP) On Nov. 22, 1954, Pittsburgh Pi- ralcs paid W.OOO to draft a young, obscure Puerto Rican from the Montreal farm team of Brooklyn Dodgers. Eighteen seasons later, that reached baseball's exclusive 000-hit plateau, au achievement shared by only 10 other players in major-league baseball his- tory. Many observers link the Pi- rale coup in acquiring Cle- mente from the Dodgers to the quota system which once re-1 stricter the entry of blacks into the big leagues. The 38-year-old Clemcnle, born in Carolina, Puerto Rico, the son of a sugar cane plan- tation loreman, was signed to a free-agent contract by the Dodgers In years after Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color barrier. were five black players on the Dodger parent club that year, and Clemente was signed to a minor-league even though it meant the risk of losing him in the draft. Though IK; batted just 143! times for a .257 average in his only season at Montreal, Cle- mente caught the eyes of. Pi- rate scouts. Pittsburgh finished last in the National League that year and made the 20-year-old outfielder its No. 1 choice in the draft, Since then, Clemenle has compiled a .318 lifetime aver- age, won four batting titles and hit .300 a dozen times. He has more hits, runs-batlcd-in and total bases than any playec in Pirate history. Beyond the statislics, Cle- menle is Identified by his free- swinging, unorthodox batting style and his mannerisms at the plate. Trie continuous neck move- ment, side to side to work out the kinks, extensive land- scaping around home plate, and taking the first pitch have be- come Clemente trademarks. Ciemente's career total of 540 home runs is far below similar totals for Willie Mays and Hank Aaron Uie only other active players with more than hils. Ball park suffers at games end RYCROFT TAKES FEATURi Delbert Rycroft is oil alone at Ihe finish line aboard Canadian Arctic in Tues- day's feature race at Whoop-Up Downs. Canadian Ardic was only one second off the track record for five furlongs as he won. Dwayne Wiseman wins four more races Rycroft makes sure in feature By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Dwayne Wiseman may have gotten to the finish line more times than Delbert Rycroft Tuesday afternoon at Whoop- Up Downs, but Rycroft was in the winners circle after the big one. The Fall Race Meet, which runs until Thanksgiving Mon- day, has read like a Wiseman did this or Wiseman did that, resume of each day's activities. But Tuesday, Rycroft won the feature race and he did by run- ning away from Larry Wise- man m the streich of the seven- Hi race. Rycroft was in the saddle of Canadian Arctic and was all RACE SELECTIONS By Willie Ketchum WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE S500 Claiming (or four year olds and FIVE FURLONGS Firey Doll Grey Cup Star Dark Susan Mr. Ridcdbout Clumiy Carl Seal's Brother Flume Grin Fizi 117 Sliqnr edge thi rail 11? The one ro teal 1U if Us muddy 122 Co'jld tafce it all ,.....122 Tdb for an upset .....117 Outelde possibility..... 119 Best te required .....116 Would pay a big price SECOND RACE SSQO Claiming [or four year olds and up alone at the finish line after fighting off Wiseman and his mount, Royal Rouser in the stretch. Barbara Suitor was third on Sure Speed. Owned by Dave Astley of Cal- g ary and t rained by Bob (Pinky) MacDonaki of Taber, Canadian Arctic was a fast 59.1 seconds over the five furlong distance. The record oE 58.1 for five furlongs was set by Glorious Pete in J9G7 during the Fall Race Meet, leaving Canadian Arctic just a second short of tying the mark. Wiseman was looking for his fifth feature win of the meet h Lit was thwarted by RycrofI his mount. In the meantime, Dwayne Wiseman is running away in the race for top jockey honors. Wiseman gave indications he would be tough at the meet h> winning four times opening day A broken toe, however, side- lined him and to dale he lias had only five days of action in the seven days of racing. Bu at a five d ays t li ey hav been. Wiseman romped home winner no less than four times Tuesday and now has 1G win- ners. An average of better than three a day for each day he has Tiger supporters go strange' JL .5. CJ Go Gt> Glen Bandit's Jev.ElI Rilla Wills...... JV.eo Clais....... Symfcace........ II! Ratf s another chance ..116 The main danger Figures IQ be close MS Capat-.ls of improvement 123 Disappointment to rials lli Unlikely 1o hold on 517 A langshDl here 114 Rorely Ihrearens SEVEN FURLONGS THIRD RACE 5500 Claiming for four year olds and up Terry's Speed Silent Sluidy Regal Pet Jac Khars Tilly Silcn! Bel Albcrla Duster ........119 122 y win one last indicates tro-Jtlcsome luert abilily Chancs at a price....... Not entirely out of H...... Would pay a price Chances seem Belttr t Cauld pr Once FIVE FURLONGS FOURTH RACE S500 Claiming for three and four year olds Hula Men Ill Should never be caught.......... Messenger Lad............... 114 sclid Ihrea! in here Malo'i Image ___............ 10? Closed slrongly last v.eek S135C Lett Ford wants challenger Doc Miss lmec.e Lest Trusf 114 sclid Ihn ;o? Closed slrongly last Hi Shavld get a share 11? Much Letter than rasf indicates Ill Chance al a price........ 116 can't Get enlriused.......... 114 Wauld come as a shack........ SRVF.N1 FURT.ONGS FIFTH RACE S500 Claiming for four year olrls and up Alenard Winning Skip Super Quill Magic Mink Heir Of Hope No Work Gay Sfilch Dells Sheila HACK Main Brian T.......... Simba Sue Here Comes Cockle Tiz A Puff........ Prerequisite...... Indian Quill Tillkum......... Repeat last wins it Wig hi lead throughout Threat despite Insufficient Better man last shows Has tern ck-'.e Will el we ionic Return fa fcrrn needed... Would te an rst .........11 Cr .......110 II? ONE MILE AXD TIIREE-EinilTHS 3 Claiming for tlircc year o'ds and up 119 Can reverie Ihe decision real sa.r-e Mst v.xek ___ 1V1 Had excuses; co'jld upsol Threw rv_1 last; big threat pc55i ility Prefers linger races in a 1cush spot A ridiculous enlry SKVKX FURLONGS SEVENTH RACE S70Q Combination for livo year olds Gallarl Kin...... Honest To Gaodness Shady Merry H3CC Ycu Hurry 117 Champ 'till they r.eaf hie 112 J'jrl might L-firct 117 Will cjme with a rush 110 Lf.il raca a rJsndy in lias speed 112 Knees fcr-srt 112 rvctkd Can't thrcaicn these SF.VEN FURLONGS EIGHTH S500 Claiming for four year oWs anil upward Wimple Street 119 Makes It fhree straight College Count ___............. ill Complofcs the quinella Flying JimmiB 123 Could lake II all Le TJque 119 Can show improvement Music To My Ears............ Hi Won't be far behind Big Bambi 113 Chance on besl races Swjshawsy................... 117 Dirin'l boat nuch Malabarisla.................. 114 striclly a longshol BEST liF-T: GALLANT KIN (Seventh) TICK: A I'UKF (Sixth) POST TIME P.M. EDMONTON (CP) Al Ford of Edmonton, Canadian light- weight boxing champion, issued a challenge Tuesday to all contenders for his title, Ford has been instructed the Canadian Boxing Federa- tion to defend his title by Oct. 31 or forfeit the title. Ford and his managers Mitch Klimove and Al Super slein, said they are disappoint ed that no Canadian has offer- ed to fight Ford, who has salt previously he is willing to figh anywhere in Canada to detent his crown. Unless someone challcngi Ford, his title cannot be taken away, said his co-managers. Bowiuau fines nine players MONTREAL (CP) Coac Bowman of Montreal Ca nadlens has fined nine rnem hers of the National Ilocke League club for breaking cur "cw. Rowman would not. reveal th names of the players nor th amoimLs of the fines. I don't want to make an i .sue of he said in an tnte view Tuesday. "Let's just say it's part of a new policy 1 have for (his year. If a player breaks cuifcw, ho gets lined." Hov.-mnn also stressed that conditioning would bs a strong part of the Camidien.s (raining program this season. idden. For the first time in the meet Larry Wiseman was )lanked. He remains in secoru )lace with 10 wins. As has been the case for mos of the meet Wiseman has bee he story of the day on mor .ban one occasion and Tuesda was no exception. He figured in the daily doub] ay winning the first race aboar Mr. Marsh. Combined with Hid den Prince, with Suitor up, the two paid Wiseman was tirst aboard Ta Tayet in the :hird race, the first quinella of the afternoon and then he rode Tallyho Jo, the winner of Ihe exactor fifth race and finished up by winning on Justin's Prince in the eighth race, the second quinella of the day. Jockey Griff Ray, who has had lean pickings as it is at the meet thus far, found Lady Luck against him again Tuesday as he was disqualified in the only race he won. He was first on Spanish Gift in the sixth but was later moved to second alter it was found he fouled Wliirla- gale in Ihe stretch, Whirlagale, dden by Karen Campbell was lien placed first and Whirla- ale second, lyethbridge officiate remain tptimistic 1972 can be a banner ear despite the earlier blows rom the weatherman. Tuesday aw less than put through the turnstiles, ..ast year's comparable figure was W8.575. "We still have two big days m the weekend, as well as By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today's most pressing base- ball puzzle is not which team will win the American League's East Division race but whether Tiger- Stadium can survive a possible playoff victory by De- troit against Oakland Athletics When the Tigers clinched the pennant Tuesday night, 3-1 over Boston Red Sox, it set ott a chaotic scene as the frantic fans spilled all over the field, tearing up llv. bases and turf Effid mobbing tne jubilant play- drove in the winning run with a ninlh-irming single. BaHimore finished Ihe reason with a split against Cleveland. first game iOth-innino sinfle. Pitcher Uoric Harrison hammered a home run and the Cleveland took the Prank Duffy's O-ioles nailed down third place I by taking the nightcap. Milwaukee doomed New York lo a fourth-place finish by lag- ging the Yankees with their fourth straight loss. Home runs by Joe Lahoud Johnny Briggs proved the difference. Texas blanked Kansas CiH i Uie combined pitching c: Mike Paul a-d Bill Gogole-.vski. Catcher Mittcrwald's throwing OTOV permitted Chi- cago's winmng run to score in the ninth iming as th9 Vi'r.i'c Sox edged Minnesota. ers. Detroit finally month-long tu started with dwindled to three ready lo go' By ended the By THE AssoCIATED PRESS .ug-d-war that paln A allj ,-m four tearns. says steve Blass, indicating his and finally hree weekdays said one ifficial. Nine races will be run iff Saturday and again Thanks- jiving Monday, Saturday will see the running the Marion Williams Mem- orial Handicap while Monday, >esides the Exhibition Board's eature, there will be a special )reakfast. The breakfast is open to all interested. A fee will be charged and according lo Andy Andrews "There will be plenty of food and refresh- ment for RESULTS two. And old pro Al Kaline was the hero. The 20-year veteran drove in the tie-breaking nin with a sev- enth-inning single and then scored an insurance run on Carl Yastrzemski's error. Elsewhere Thursday night, West Division champion Oak- land Athletics lost to California Angels 3-2, Texas Hangers shut out Kansas City Royals 3-0, Milwaukee Braves trimmed New York Yankees 3-2, Chicago White Sox edged Minnesota Twins 5-4 and Cleveland split a doubleheader with Baltimore Orioles, the Indians winning 6-5 tefore losing 4-3, NOISY AFTERMATH Firecrackers exploded as Ka- line squeezed the ball for the out that made the Tigers East champions. The fans stormed over the field, celebrating wildly. When they left, Tiger Stadium was a mess with patches of grass gone and about 50 broken chairs littering the field. Kaline was the man iiiost re- sponsible (or the surge to the division pennant. His sevenlh- innijig single gave Ihe 37-yea-- old veteran 22 hits in his last 44 at bats. "The older you he said, the harder it is to get up for very game. ;But for the big ones like willingness to start the National League playoffs Saturday against Cincinnati Reds. Pittsburgh's bread-and-butter pitcher, struck on Uie elbow by a line drive last Sunday, tested the arm. in a brief relief ap- Carlton's 27 victories Sandy Koufax's modern Na- tional League record for a left- hander. "Any lime you're linked with Koufax, you're in good com- pany." said Carlton, Bill Buckner laced three hits, scored three times and drove in runs in Los Angeles' Lemon pearance Tuesday night as the i triumph ever Atlanta. Tom Sea- Pirates defeated St. Louis Car- dinals 6-2. "The main thing was that the arm felt good and there was no said Blass after giving up a run and walking three bat- ters in two innings. The Ferfbvmance was good enough for manager Bill Virdon who confirmed Blass' nomi- nation as tht Pittsburgh starter in playoff Game No. 1. The Reds tuned up for the playoffs by trimming Houston ver won his 21st game as New York beat Montreal in the first game and the Mels took the nightcap on Ken Boswell's RBI single in Ihe 12ih. Tito Fucntcs belled n r.m- scoring triple in a three-run Ihird and added a sacrifice fly in the fourth (o help San Fran- cisco beat San Diego. is KANSAS CITY (AP) Kan-! would not interfere with Tallis Astros 6-1. league games, Phillies clouted other National Philadelphia Chicago Cubs FIRST 9. 4 year 5500, claiming, 4 year olds up, lurlongs. tff. Marsh rD. Wiseman! 3 JO 2.90 .60, Pixie Belle (Criarllon) 17.50 13.CO, ier Well (Smith) 5.70. Time: 4-S. Reserved Speed. Lltlle Miss Day, ParXhall Lila, Mllmarle, Curragh Rhy- fhrn ran, SECOND 4 year up, Irish SSM, clal 7 fuf Jongs. Hidden Prince (Suitor) P.iO V.oddari (Campbell) 15.CO 6M, Colo-icl CKFrllng) Time: Dance All, Ryslo, Sunday FlMt, Gafun, Hopping Hop? ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 5W.10. THIRD (500, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur longs. Ta Tayet CO, Wlwman) 5.10 3.10 1M Tillicum fRycrnm 4.30 Hardscm Arches {Campbell] 4, CO. Time: 1.32 3-5, Pan Raydsi, Wild Ro-jser, Call Mi Patty Courl also ran, Track Broken Ice. QUINELIA: FOURTH JSCO, claiming, 4 year olds and up 5 fLTloncs. anriuft Knichf (Kipling) 5.50 3.M Tv.jlinht A'ocd (Rycrc.fl) 3.30 Darts DO YOU HAVE A SEX PROBLEM? Sorry we can'l help you, bul for all of your sport equipment we are specialists. Doug's Sports, 404 5th St. S, Lelhbridge. LADIES INTER CITY DARTS Wolsancrc.ft. Legion James. Lnrson, Minen Ro'.-.'nlrcr, AN Lazaruk Labor Cfub Legion Black, Legion McCadly. Martin, A.N. Flks Knulsc Later Club Griffith. Mir.ers A. Martin, Miners Fritr, Lcgfcn Orr, Miners Trentinr, A.rj Miners Lukcnda, Winers Elks Shie A'lil Lle.ulyn, A.rl. Dani-lson. Fl Uext Gam Navy. Ancf Time: l-i. Another Fox Fafcer, Magic Corl, Last FIFTH JSOO, claiming, 4 yea 1 t-ls miles, Tallyhf Jo 'D. Wiseman) K' if) 350. Buster KrcTd (SfitoM 5.11 Robin A, Tip Toe 8.60. Time: 3-S. Hola Fire, Ninawln Hlllcresf Red. Serenade All, Sky also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH S500, claiming, t year olds and up, bis. it's no problem at all." "There's not a word I can All the superlatives T would use them all. There aren't wrrds to describe how lie said Detroit manager liily Martin. Dick McAulilfe, whose first- nning error had given the Sox an unearned run, doubled off jiris Tiant with one out in the seventh and Kaline followed with a single. McAuliffe scored on the hit and Kaline raced to second on Uie play at Ihe plate. Bill IXH; relieved Tiant and Duke, Sims beat out a sending Kaline to th'jd. STorm Cash bounced to Car! who dropped the ball as Kaline scored the insur- ance run. 11-1, Los Angeles Dodgers nipped Atlanta Braves g-5, Neu York Mets won a doublelieadc.- from Uie Montreal Expos 5-2 and 4-3 in 12 innings and San Francisco Giants tut-no San Diego Padres 7-4. MOOSE LEADS Ol'I' Bob Moose, another likely starter in one of the playoff jarnes, pitched the first five in- nings for Pittsburgh Tuesday night and allowed just one hit s the Pirates took a 6-0 lead. Blass then came on and re- tired the side in order in the sixth before giving up a single and three straight walks in the sevcnt" Al Oliver and liichie Hebner each drove in two runs to sup- ply rnost of the offensive power as the Pirates teed off on A Sanlcdni. ".s City Royals dismissed Bob as manager Tuesday nd replaced him with Jack IcKcon, manager of the Amer- caai League baseball club's maha farm team. Owner Ewing Kauffmann lade the announcement at a conference and said Lemon would manage the Roy- Is through their final series of he season, against Texas Cesar Geronimo knocked and two Joe run ove apiece to lead Cincinnati Houston. Gary'Nolan, who missed sev oral games recently because o a had tooth and psined neck his first start since Sepl 1 in a tune up for the playoffs. "I was extremely please my said Nolan, who won his lath game in 20 decisions. Rangers, ending tonight. Kauffman, flanked by the if the vice-president elected to offer Lemon another post in the oveanizatioa. The Royals, striving most of Ihe year io reach the .500 level, now are gcxxl for fourth place in the American League's West Division and games behind Oakland Athletics, who already have clinched the divi- sion flag. Lemon was the Royals' third manager since Ihcir 1959 in- augural season. He look the job in June. 1970. and Kansas City .ingoing incoming man- ;ers and Ced-ic Tallis, cxecu- vice-president and general j finished tied for fourth place in the American League's West manager. said Lemon was dis- missed because, "I want a vounger and UI did not want to lose Jack McKcon rom our organization." JIcKeon is 41, Lemon 52. 'During the nejt 10 Kauffman said, expect to at least live out of 10 pe- nants. To do that, he said. H would DC necessary io establish con- tinuity of management, which Lemon would be unable to pro- vide. ONE-YEAR CONTRACT McKeon, however, was given a one-year contract, like every- one else in the Royal's organ- j ization, Kaulfman said. Lemon expressed a desire to continue managing in the ma- i jor leagues but said _he would t be happy hi baseball ui any ca-: pacity. Outside o! his decision to fire Lemon, Kauffman said he! Division with G5 victories and 97 losses. In 1971, the Royals came In second with an 85-76 record, the best mark in Kansas City's ma- jor league history, which in- cluded residence from 1055 through 1067 by the Athletics. McKeon has managed Omaha for four years. The team fin- i ished in second place in the American Association this year with a 71-69 record. "We have no said i N'o. 27 FOH CARLTON manager Rldie Kasko, "We Steve Carlton notched his BOARDING FOR ALL DOGS AND CATS Modern Facllitiei Individual Care Pickup and Delivery Service Daily RpFes 51.50, (or dogs VISITORS WEtCOME CALL AHEADI SOUTKALTA KENNELS Phone 223-4130 BAF.NWELL ball led them and nobody ex-.' pccted us to get as far as we marking time did." Tl-c Athletics, till Saturday, bowed to Califor- nia Tuesday night with Clyde Wright going all the way fov Ihe victory. Jolui Slephenson victory and Don Money I and Greg I.uzinski each slugged hvo home nms to load Phila- delphia over Chicago. Carlton, who has lost 10 games, yielded nine hi'; and struck out seven to bring his league-leading strikeout tolal to 310. Tipbc-lll 5.30 340 3.W, Spanish Girl (Ray) 5.40 3 80, Skip- per Tan 350. Time: 35. k Sutler Quill. Flying Jimmie, Ridge- view Hope alsn ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds up, 5 furlongs. Canadian Ardic (RycroMJ 3.90 ?.so. Royal fl. Wiseman) 3.JO 7.fO, Sure Speei (Suitor) W. Time: 15. Lime Gypsy Bronsclene, Opera Slsr also ran, EIGHTH claiming, 3 year oldi, 7 fur- longs. Justin's Prince (D. Wiseman! 7.4Q 4.iO 2.70, Shirley's Scope (Rycroflt 4 30 3 EC, Tickle Your Fancy (L. Wise- man) 315. Time: es Thursday Army and t Mri iou OLHNELLA: I'M WHO ME'SSUF 1 J WHAT ABOUT WAIININI AHIfAIll O PRIPRRE VOliR CRR! 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