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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 TUI LHHBRIDGE HERALD Thunday, Oclober 19, 1972 World Scries a battle of one-run games Seiida will lead U of L j udo team All the Reds needed was Perez7 single counter The athletic department of the University of has announced that, Yosli Send a will once again handle I he coaching chores for the local Institution's judo team. YOSH SENDA Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL JUNIORS SHOP Barbara Buijerl 356; iVarg Seifr'ec 1W; Helen Deal 345, Margarrl Cetnu Hn1 356; PaT Kalhy L.ud Wfg 766; Irene l.ynde 3-19 (i9fl; Arid Ttlerls Nina Siudli 37-4; Judy Horlacher 350 (6iP, iqer GORDIE'S Sam Girardi 3tQ (8- Frache 301; Roy Lew Mills 331 Du 300 JacX Smped 1" KalsXaml 25? Bn 392 Ber1 Uezel 1" 3D7 no Spilre !77fll; Tdl no Bated, SPEEOY'S Mary Orxrfrychufc 2J1 (M3l; 250 Smith 53J Bea Salmcn 27J Jeanelle Smeed 375 p-ggy by 235; Zena Zaunflers 233; D'I Paraicafc 7Mr LinQa Hovey 23J; Aya Nakamura 727. SIMPSONS-SEARS Bernlcfr Harlley ?33; JcTin Ann Serby 521; Kay Mann 212 Val Allen 323; Herb E Herman 233 Audrey Abfe 231; KaminsK 33i; Joyce KaminsVi KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Frances Costanzo 2i' f Wilm; Valer 2JV Sir.fll Fletcher 276 Goodhope ?ij; Diannp Violin 159 Mary Wiihnsvski 17? (737) Bob CttlarZD 363 Gary Tun 33S Reg Arnold 27J; Jacl Smeed 32Q SparM JO Hcryls BL-nnage aii. YOUNG ADULTS VFiw 301 778 [7101; Carolyn Passe ErlcKicrt 2il; Rick Maclean 2 Ydnosik 240; Raymond Payn Rick Darva 1JJ; Bill Tcdfl Joh Wlfdmen Darlene Terry 274 Wirvfn Hlga 2J3; Bruce 34' Kurl 7.S9, HART TAXIDERMY 57or son lii; Han-old Pe ry 1M; Frank Bernharl 177. Mi ler 163; C. Van VJyK ?S5 Jac Slicey 270; ft'.ery Jam Larson 333; Pal Plomp Kal Bernharr Velma Miller 233. HIGA'S Marge Cfflrke 27J; Fd.ln Vdh Linda ValCDrnscn, 276 Priyl Ha rlson 270; Marlene Bosch 253 (478 Lorraine Perilev 254; Alice 37J LUDa Melnlosn. 397; Fra 388 Jujr.ila Llrgdrd 27 PREBUILT SOCIAL Agnfti Harf Da dene Horhoji 321; Joanne McTigne 218; Judy L gaise 3M; Welanle 739; Mai Hefesy 734; Lariy TamaVi 217r Ema Tracy Sehwandf 311. WJion il ccwes lo judo, Sojitln no slrnngcr in parts r in Canada for that matter. He was In Mission City, irilish Cohimbia and started is judo career (here at (he pe of eight, In 1937, at the age of 15, he aptured. (tie Canadian junior ido championship and has net; added two Alberta black elt judo championship titles to is collection. Having retired as a competi- ir for a number of years, senda now keeps strictly to of- cialing capacities. He has participated in all 10 Innadian judo championships, ncc as a competilor and nine mes as an official. Tn 1971 c was selected to manage the "anadian national judo team vhich went to Germany for the voTld championships. nda has also received a of personal awards Cor iis fine sen'icps. In 19G5 lie was named the Soulhcrn AtlxnMa Sportsman of he Year by the local Kinsmen club and in I9G7 he achieved national acclaim by receiving he Centennial medal which sig- nified his valuable services to nir nation. In June 1971. he was inducted nto Lhe Alberta Aniat e u r Iporfs flail of Fame for his iclnevements. Aside from his own painting iiisiness, Senda is currently in- structing judo at the YMCA and the U of L. Now in his third term as coach of the U of L judo team, ie is presently preparing his jnriokans the 1972-73 Can- ada West University Athletic Association judo championships which will be held in Lcthbridgc "n February. OAKLAND Cincin- nati Reds and Oakland Athlet- ics entered the Twilight zone again tonight for the fourth game of Hie 1972 World Series. And because of it, both teynis looked forward to another low- scaring game following Cincin- nati's 1-0 triumph Wednesday nignl that cut Oakland's lead in (he IwsL-of-sevcn series to 2-1. "The twilight made the dif- ference for snid winning pitcher Jack Billingham alter gaining the victory with ninth huu'ng lie.'p from Clay Carroll. "You'll see another good one tonight with Don Gullcll pitch- said Cincinnati manager Sparky Anderson. "Maybe the rest will be" one- run games said Oakland manager Dick Williams. The first two games were Scaiidiuaviaii puck league proposed STOCKHOLM (CP-AP) The Swedish Hockey Feder- ation hopes lo set up a Scandi- navian hockey league on a semi-professional basis in co- operation with the Fuinish and Norwegian federations. The move would be in answer lo North American plans (o organ- ize pro hockey in Europe, re- liable sources here said Wednesday. Stig Nilsson, secretary-gen- eral, said a proposal will be presented Lo the board of the Swedish Hockey Federation next week. The Norwegian and Finnish Federations also have been informed of the project. The semi-pro teams would not only play in (he proposed Scan- dinavian league but participate in their own national leagues. In mid-September, Bruce Morris, owner of Ihe National Hockey league Detroit Red Wings, and two American asso- ciates announced plans for a European pro league thai would start operating in Octo- ber, in Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, West Germany and England. Come on over! DEAL WITH THE ENGINE CHIEFS! from 292s to 440's NCW IN STOCK! Come on srid D'Cfc your power from a lull line of The spunKyESOcc lo the trg-hearted 44Qcc Selecl (he- Cat and Ihe 9i7e s i ghi IGC you Trail BuD? Hacer? Coir.e on over vegol yoursue SEE THE NEW ARCTIC CAT "EL T1GRE" ON DISPLAY NOW! AMPLE FREE PARKING LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 327-8889 Cloned Monday Open Daily a.rn. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. fo 9 p.m. [CHARGEX Southern largeit ond Moil Progreuive Motorcycle Dealar PEREZ SAVES THE DAY FOR THE REDS Tony Peret of Ihe Cincinnati Reds gels up from the soggy turf after tumbling when h e rounded third, top, and then heads for home, sliding in lo score, boHom, in the seventh inning oF Wednesday nighl's World Series game in Oakland. Perez on second when Cesar Geronimo singled, driving home Ihe winning run as Ihe Reds bcal the A'i for (heir firsl viclory in the current series. (AP Wircpholo) sharp Higher zone helped OAKLAND (AP) Bip Jack Billingham confessed Vi'ednes- liiy niRht he might have had some help from the American League's higher pitching zone in fashioning liis Ihree-hil 1-0 pitching victory over Oakland AtlilcLics that brought Cincin- nati Reds back into the World Series. "I was throwing my the strapping, 6 Ton 1-1 right- hander from Winter Talk, Fla., said after the game. "J Mfis keeping the ball low and away, hitting the ouLside corner. "T usually don't that many strike out I think it was partly due lo the fact that Ihe American league has a higher strike zone." Billingham, who kicked around the minors and found himself with three major league clubs before gaining a place with the Reds in a post- season 1971 tracJc with Houston Astros, .said he wasn't upset about being yanked by man- ager Sparky Anderson after falling behin- Mike Epstein 03 at Ihe start of the ninth. Name players for benefit A number of hockey players Alreruly confirmed to line up have agreed lo play in fhe Oct. for Ihe game are Jim Rai'd, 29lh benefit game for Uic llar- rold Fleming family. The game is set for Hender- son Lake Ice Centre at I wo o'clock. Admission lo Ihe game has been set at per person with all proceeds lo go lo the Fleming family who lost their home due (o fire last weekend. Bobby Cox, Harrison Gray, Larry Planlc, Bill Theiman, Kun K v e. r n. Burl Syvcrson, Ilnitrc Cooke, Doug King, Brian Thompson and Bill Good. All were teammales of Flem- ings at one time or another dur- ing his amateur hockey career. "When you get In the World Series, you just want to he said. "Sparky just said, 'hand me the "He never has much conver- sation with me or any other pitcher when he is making the change." The Athletics collected only three infield hits off Billingham in the tight defensive battle in which John (Blue Moon) Odom of the Alhletics was over- powering for seven innings. He didn't get into the big leagues until 19fiO, with An- geles Dodgers. In IMS he went to Montreal Expos in the ex- pansion draft and later was traded to Houston in a deal lor Rusty Slaub. He was a secondary' figure in a Iradc at the end of last sea- son in which he, Denis Menke, Joe Morgan, Cesar Geronimo and Ed Armbristcr went to the Heds for May, Tommy Helms and Jimmy Stewart. "vSparky Anderson called me and told me Ihaf they planned for me to be a starting he said. He finished Ihe season with a J2-I2 record. played In Cincinnati last week- end, but the 3-2 and 2-1 Oakland successes were fashioned with- out any assistance from nature. When the Series switched to the Oakland Coliseum this week, the starting lime for Hie contest in California was p.m. That's the. worst time lor a hitter because of the fast-lad- ing light, Cincinnati slugger Johnny Bench, who went O-for-4 Wednesday night and stuck out three times, had been ap- prehensive about the condi- tions. "I hale lo hit in the twilight in he had said. But while it hurt the major leagues' top home-run hiUer, it also didn't do too much for the Oakland learn. "I don't usually strike out that many said Bil- lingham, who fanned seven Allethics. "The twilight doubt helped me." The journeyman right- hander, who gave up three hits through eight innings, started (lie ninth by throwing Ilirce straight balls lo Mike Epstein while the crowd of at the Coliseum cheered. Anderson then decided that Billingham had gone far enough. PltESERVES WIN Carroll then came tn [o pre- serve that shaky lead by get- ting Epstein on a Ixnmcer, Sal Bando on a soft line drive and George Henderick on an easy hit to the mound. "Jack was said An- derson. "I should have taken him out when he went 2-0, not 3-0." Billinghain agreed. "I had pilched eight strong innings already and I didn't want to come out of Ihe said Billingham. "You never like lo leave in a situation like that But wliile he was in there, the right-hander has an un- spectacular .500 lifetime record fed the Athletics a steady diet of sinker balls ajid allowed only three flies during his tenure. AND AWAY' They look B lot of slrikcs low and he said. "They were taking an awful lot of them." His only jam came In the sixth inning, when the Athlelics had men on first and third with none oul, and the bases loader with one man gone. Bui Billing ham gol Sal Bando on a rallj killing double play. John (Blue Moon) Odom was equally good for Oakand, strik ing out 11 before running inlo Irouble in the seventh inning when the Reds scored game's only run. Tony Perez singled and was sacrificed to second base Denis Menke. Cesar Geronimo hitless in his first nine Work Series appearances, then lacet "I didn't sec him fall said Anderson, "bul that's Iho 'ay things have been going for us in tliis Scries before tonight." Williams has tapped Ken Holtzman lo face Gullett in n matchup of hand-throwing southpaws tonight. The fiith game will also played hero Friday afternoon and the sixth and seventh, if necessary, in Cincinnati Saturday and Sun- day. GAME i Cincinnati POO 000 1 4 1 Oakland .000000 l Blltingham U-0) Carroll [f> and Benchj Odom (0-1) Blue IB) FIngen the players, just before Lhc series opened in Montreal, is Lhc first game you've played this year and 1 want yon Lo Ro out nnrl play Uic toughest Rame you've ever played in your life.1 Sindcn said that since report- firs had devoted "some space" to tbo behavior of Lhc players, "we've devoted a chapter to the behavior ol the press." WINTER CLEAT SNOW TIRES Available In All Sizes RADIAL BELTED 4 PLY POLYESTER ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES I SERVICE Wl in SouiK Phom 327-4886 or 917-4445 LETHBRIDGE-BOW ISLAND ;