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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Wednesday, Snplomber Angels Lose Ground In Pennant Race Rooker Thought Once About A No-Hitter Jiy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitching a no-hitler crossed Jim Booker's mind for a brief inslanl but the Kansas City Royals left-hander quickly dis- missed it when lie remembered the night of Juno 4 The 27-year-old fircballcr re- tired the first 16 California An- gels baiters before Joe snapped the string with a single and Hooker had to setlle for a neat three-hitter as the Royals trounced the Angels 12-0 Tues- day night. no-hitter came to my mind but I didn't let myself get concerned by said the. Roy- als' second-year man. "I had a no-hitter for eight in- nings on June 4 and not only didn't I get it, I wound up losing the game. The New York Yankees event- ually won the June 4 game 2-1 ill 12 innings. Tuesday lie didn't walk a bat- ter and struck out seven. ANGELS SLIPPING The Royals backed him with a 17-lu't attack, including four hits apiece for Bob Oliver and Lou Piniella as the Angels fell to their fifth straight loss. 1 n oilier American League contests, Baltimore Orioles topped Detroit Tigers 6-3, Mil- waukee Brewers edged Minne- sota Twins 3-2, New York tripped Washington Senators 7-1 and Boston Red Sox nipped Cleveland Indians 4-3. The Oak- land A t h 1 e t i c s and Chicago HARVEST VALUE Thursday and Friday Phone early for your appointment 3 RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE nd full lire life An offer from Canada's largest brake specialists. BRAKE OVERHAUL Here's what we do: Replace brake linings on all four wheels Arc linings for perfect contact with brake drums Check all 4 wheel cylinders Turn and true brake drums Inspect master cylinder Repack outer wheel bearings on both front wheels Inspect steel brake lines and brake hoses Check brake shoe return springs Add super heavy-duty brake fluid Road test the car 88 Excluding Disc Brakes 36 No money down- Charge it! FIRESTONE RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE is the specialized care ol your entira riding system to keep your car safe to drive, and get full lifa from your tires. STORES A division of FIRESTONE TIKE RUBBER Company of Canada timiled. CORNER 3rd AVE. AND 8th ST. S. PHONE 327-8548 Open Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Make Or Break Tonight PORT CREDIT, Ont. (CP) Burnaby coach Ron Delmonico sends his Burnaby Cablevision team into the third game for the Minto Cup tonight with the feel- ing that the result may either make or break his players. His team lost the first two to Lakeshore Maple Leafs for the national junior la- crosse championship by 22-6 and 25-13 scores Sunday and Mon- day. Delmonico said a third straight defeat might discour- age them, but until that hap- pens his players are in high spirits and determined to take the cov.eted cup. Oshawa Green Gaels won the cup for the last seven years. "Since 1937, British Columbia lias taken the Minto seven times and the East has won 20 times. We would like lo see the cup go west." Delmonico said Tuesday his players are getting attuned to the fast, hard-charging style of their eastern rivals. "We are playing a methodi- cal, mathematical type of he said, "while theirs is a very fast game.... We found that w.e have to run with them." EXPERIENCE COUNTS He said: "My kids are three years younger and even if we lose they will go back with invalua- ble experience. "It's the experi- ence that I'm after and we learned a lot in the first two games. John Anderson, general man- ager of the team, said the light- ing and the color of the boards in tbs Port Credit Memorial Arena and different faceoff rules have also handicapped the players. "The lighting here is a glar- ing neon light we are not used to and the boards are white while ours at home are colored. He said in the faceoff, the B.C. referee drops the ball and the two players go for it. "Here he pub the ball down, stands back and blows the whis- tle." The Burnaby team, made up mostly of players who won the national Junior B championship at the 1969 Summer Games in Halifax, reached the final by de- feating Coquitlam 15-9 in sudden death after tying their series. Lakeshore Maple Leafs beat Brampton Excelsiors 4-3 in the Ontario series to clinch the east- ern title. Laver Upset By Ralston FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) Dennis Ralston of Bakers- field, Calif., upset top-seeded j Rod Laver of Australia 7-6, 7-5, i 5-7, 4-6, 6-3 Tuesday to advance into the men's quarter-finals of the U.S. open tennis champion- j ship. A crowd of at the West Side Tennis Club gave Ralston a 'standing ovation after he hit a j high volley and sent Laver spill- I ing off Uie court on the decisive point. i Ralston was ranked No. 1 in I the United States in 1964, 1965 and 1966, played on seven Davis Cup teams and went to the final at Wimbledon in 1966 before las- i ing to Spain's Manuel Santana. He has never won a major championship. His quarter-final opponent will be the winner of the match j between Sanlana and Cliff Ri- i chey of Kan Angclo, Tes. In another fourth-round men's match, unseeded Brian Fairlie of New Zealand e.ssily beat Ar- gentina's Tito Vasquez 6-1, 6-7, 6-1. While Sox were idle. Boog Powc'' drove in three runs with a twi-run homer and single and Frank 11 o b i n s o n slugged a home.' in the Orioles' triumph, sending Mickey Lolich to his 17th defeat. The left-han- der has won J2. Phil Roof clubbed a two-run, two-out homer in ninth in- ning, giving the Brewers their victory and stopping the Twins winning streak at five. Tony Oliva had his 21st homer for the Twins. The Yankees drilled 16 hits, including three by Ron White and Ron Hansen as the New Yorker's' took their fifth straight. White drove in three runs with a pair of triples and a single and scored twice. Pitcher Ken Brett slammed a solo homer in the eighth inning, snapping a 3-3 tie in the Red Sox victory. Rico PetroceUi and Joe Lahoud also homered for Boston while Buddy Bradford had a three-run shot for the In- dians. Race Results CALGARY (CP) Race results from Victoria Park Tuesday: First claiming, 3-year-bld maidens, 7 furlongs Swiffle (Stadnyk) 8.BO 4.10 3.40, Win- ning Skip (Rasmussen) 4.80 4.00, Prince Rouser (Whittle) 6.80. Time: 4-5 Where You Go, Hazy Kid, Hippy Bo Bo Expo Gal, Erin's Empress also ran. Second claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- (Shields) 2.60 3.80. Bull Hunk (Harris) 3.40 3.10, Bum Money (Rasmussen) 3.70. TImu: 2-5 Mighty Willing, More Money, Dry Coulee, Dr. Nite also ran. Track Scratch: Sioux Menace DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 2-year-old maidens, 5 furlongs Speedy Kim (Parsons) 10.00 4.00 3.60, Kap's Gall (Stadnyk) 3.10 2.70, Some Line (Whittle) 4.30. Time: 1-5 City Fella, Manlrojan, Firoy Moon, Terry's Speed also ran. Fourth claiming. 3-ycsr-olds and up, 7 furlongs Dark Susan (McCauley) 56.50 11.20 Sunday Session (J. Whittle) 8.50 8.00, Luredale (BHIingsley) 3.50. Time: 2-5 Tom's Award, KImbrook, Hot Flight, Hellen Grey, Bright Valley also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, Champ (Whittle) 6.50 3.70 3.30, Gay Circle (Parsons) 5.20 3.SO, Silk Buttons (Barroby) 2.70. Time: 4-5 Crazy Nose, Oh My Honey, Tclrs- [ass also ran. EXACTOR; 550.50. Sixth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Jet Courier (Rasmussen) 11.50 5.50 3.00 Chuckle On (Whittle) 4.30 2.80. Chin Cheree (Ryan) 3.60. Time: 1-5 Thg Iron Girl, llsfordem, I Miss You, Never Charge, Ky Eternal also ran. Seventh claiming, 3-year-olds and up. El Malcor, (Morris) 11.70 5.8Q 3.10, Free Ground (Barroby) 5.70 3.20, Ro- sie's Steel (Rasmussen) 2.80. Time: 3-5 Choppo, Redirect also ran. Eighth SUM, claiming, 3-year-olds and up. Roiind95R1ver (McCauley) 34.50 9.30 5.40, Lisa Be Good (Ryan) 12.20 6.80, Major Scandal (Parsons) 4.00. Time: Yor Evad, Skipper Ten, Grin TI n Tin, Boutique Bella! Courteous also QUINELLA: S1H.30. WORLD RECORD TORONTO (CP) Jerome Drayton, 26, of Toronto broke the world record for the 10-mile run in winning the Canadian 10- mile track championship at the Canadian National Sunday night, Exhibition START PLAY SATURDAY The Western Eight Football League opens Saturday on five fronts. One of the top teams this year is expected to be Coaldale Spartans..Four of the reasons are seen here with coach Les Santa. In the back with Santa is Robert Uhryir. Front row, left to right are Pat Shologan, Terry Gould Hawke and Wayne Oliver, Spartans host defending champion Raymond Cornels Saturday. ,_____________ Calgary Schools Without Football Coaches Reject Offer CALGARY (CP) Coaches I backwards to resolve the issue -i_j aluj students' complaints should now focus on the teach- voted Tuesday to reject a med- iation proposal that would have put them back into volun- tary service running the city's extra curricular high school sports programs. The coaches withdrew their services Sept. 3, demanding extra-curricular pay. The Public School Board Had accepted the meditation recom- mendation, worked out by the Calgary Boys Senior High School Athletic Association in conjunction with the school board's negotiating committee and the president of the Cal- gary Men's High School Coach- es Association. The proposal offered to make the 1971 collective agreement between the school board and teachers retroactive to Sept. 1 for coaches in regard to extra- curricular activities. The 1971 agreement is still being negoti- ated. The dispute led to boycotts last week by about 300 students at various high schools who demanded the school board and coaches negotiate. The school board had or- iginally refused to discuss the matter, saying it was an in- ternal dispute within the Cal- gary local of the Alberta Teachers Association but agreed to negotiate after the boycotts. Catherine Martini, chairman of the school board's negotia- tion committee, said Tuesday the board has leaned over Federation Makes Changes GENEVA (API The Inter- national Ski Federation an- nounced Tuesday changes in the rules of the Alpine World Cup competition to the benefit of downhill specialists. At a meeting here the federa- known as decided to stage seven downhills, eight giant slaloms and nine special slaloms counting for the World Cup, men's and women's, in the forthcoming season starling at Scstriere, Italy, Dec. 12. More Sport On Page 14 I BERT {-MAC'S "Your Cycle Centre of the South" U" HIGH RISE BIKES Boys' or Girls', 10-14 years 24" wheels............. 59 BASKETS 1 ,75 AND UP GENERATOR HEADLIGHT AND TAIUIGHT KIT COMPLETE READY TO MOUNT 1.95 SIDEWALK BIKES 41 ,95 For oges 4-7 Includes chain guard, streamers tmd kick stand. Ready to go and one free service choik. WE TAKE TRADES TERMS ARRANGED 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 OVER 300 BICYCLES IN STOCK "SERVING SOUTH AlBERTA FOR OVER 30 YEARS" OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. ers association. The coaches said prepared to meet they with board to talk things over but board chairman'Gerry Burden said he is not prepared "to re- open the contract agreement currently in effect between the the two parties." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE New YorK Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Los Angeles San Francisco San Diego 53 98 et. .532 .529 .525 Ml .461 .632 .550 .518 .493 .482 .376 TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia Lersch 4-2 and G. Jack- son 4-14 ai New Hork Ryan 6-10 and Sadeckl 7-4 N Montreal Stoncrnan S-U at Chicago Holtzman 14-11 St. Louis Bertalna 0-7 at Pittsburgh Cambria 1-1 N Cincinnati Simpson 14-3 or Gullet 5-2 at Los Angeles Osteen U-12 N Atlanta Hiekro 11-17 and McQueen 0-3 at San Diego Corkins 5-6 and Ariin 0-0 N Houston Dierker 13-11 at San Fran- :isco Bryant 5-S. TUESDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 030 101 5 8 1 San Francisco 101 000 282 Merrill, Washburn (3-4) (1) Gran- ger (8) and Bench; Rcberger (5-6) Ro- bertson (8) DavidSQn and Dletz. Atlanta 300 040 3 10 0 Los Angeles MO 010 100- 270 Stone (31-9) and Didierj Vance (5-7) Lamb (6) MIkKeisen (8) and SudaWs. HRs: Gratar- kewltz Houston 110 S 12 5 San Diego 023 WO 7 9 1 Wilson (9-5) Gladding (9) and How- ard; Ktrby (9-1S) Dukes (5) Doyle (7) Willis (7) and Cannlizaro. HRs: Hous Rader Colbert 13) Gai- Philadelphi WO 000 11 200 HO 3 Carlton (9-18) and Simmons; Wise (11-13) Wilson (9) Reynolds (9) and Ryan. HRs: Alien Pha New York 202 WO 10 11 1 Renko (10-10) Strohmayer (4) Weg- tner (i) Raymond (B) Reed (8) and Bateman; Gentry, McGraw (3) H) Herbal (9) and Grole. HR; Mil-Bail- (25) cago K2 009 10 15 1 Pittsburgh 200 310 Hands (14-12) and Hundley; Blass (9-11 j Brunet (3) Lamb (7) Gibbon (8) DalCanton (8) Acosla fB) and San- gulllen. HRs: Williams AMERICAN LEAGUE East Baltimore NEW York Detroit Boston Cleveland Washington W ,..90 Pet. GBL .638 .574 .525 16 .518 U 2JW 76 49 .597 .557 .543 .386 .379 .3-18 7Vi 29W 65 West Minnesota 83 Oakland 78 California Kansas City Milwaukee Chicaao TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee Morris 2-1 at Cily Fitzmossl 7-5 N Oakland Hunter 16-12 and Llndblad 6-2 at Minnesota Perry 21-11 and Katt 11-10 N California Murphy 13-11 and Gar- relt 5-4 at Chicago Jenesk! Wynne 0-2 N Boston Nagy 4-3 at Detroit Cain N Washington Bosman 15-10 at Clevs- land Hand 6-10 N New York Kline 4-3 at Baltlm o r Cuellar 21-7 N TUESDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee 000 100 3 t 1 Minnesota 100 Oil 2 i 0 Pattin (12-11) and Roof; Blylev e n, Perranoskt (7-7) (9) and Mltterwalri. HRS: Roof (21) Baltimore 301 010 Detroit 000 000 3 Lopez (1-1) Hardin (6) Hall (7) Pat- terson (9) and Etchebarren; Lollch (12-17) McRae (6) Hiller (8) and Price, Lament HRs: Powell (31) F. Robinson California OH 000 Kansas City 070 400 OlX-12 17 1 May (6-13) Kealay (2) Allen (4) Garretl (7) and Aicue; Rooker (9-5) and Rodrigucr. Boston .101 200 B Cleveland 030 370 Brett (7-7) Wagner (9) and Monl. gomery; Hargan (E-3) and Sims. HRs: Bos-Lahoun (1) Petricelll (26) Brett Bradford New York 200 410 II 1 Washington 000 9 I Stoltlemyre (13-12) and Munson; Shellenback (6-5) Gogolewski (i} Brown (6) Hannan (8) and French. HR: Wash Stroud ENGLISH LEAGUE CUP Second Round Bristol R 2 Newcastle 1 Derby 3 Halifax 1 Ipswich 0 Arsenal 0 Queen's PR 4 Cardiff 0 Rotherham 0 Bristol C 0 Sheffield U 1 Leeds 0 Swlndon 4 Watford 2 WE ARE THE ALBERTA DISTRIBUTORS FOR MAYRATH GRAIN AUGERS ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES t, SERVICE 403 lit Av< South Phoiw 357-6S86 w 357-4445 ;