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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, LETHBRIDQE Harris goes out on limb saying his club can win Bronco returnees Coach Earl Ingarfield of the Lethbridge Broncos, right, Oleschuk, John Lutz and Lome Molleken. Broncos opened their welcomes the players from last year's Broncos. Standing back of the Western Canada Hockey League camp Friday and Ingarfield put 96 net, from left to right, are Doug Tetarenko, Ron Delorme, Ben hopefuls through their paces. Richardson, Dean Samis and Greg Woods. Inset, left to right, are Bill St. Louis club beginning to tike marathons EDMONTON (CP) Team Canada 74 boarded a plane to- day for Quebec City and the first of eight hockey games with the Soviet Union. Coach Billy Harris predicted Team Canada would be the second Canadian team in two years to defeat the Russians, "if all the players reach their capabilities." "We don't need any miracles. We need a good solid effort from everybody." The games will be Sept. 17 at Quebec City, Sept. 19 in To- ronto, Sept. 21 in Winnipeg, Sept. 23 in Vancouver, and Oct. 1, 3, 5 and 6 in Moscow. Harris said he is confident Team Canada can win because "things have gone the way we wanted them to. I wouldn't have done anything differently." Experience ,will be one of the team's major strengths, Harris said. READY TO PLAY "If we have success in the early part of the series, it will be because we are ready to play. Team Canada 72 didn't play well until some of the more emotional players settl- ed said Harris. He said veterans Gordie Howe and Bobby Hull will be as valuable in the dressing room and between games as on the ice. "I get the feeling Gordie and Bobby won't get too ex- cited and they won't let the others get too high, either." Harris said he would be satisfied with the four wins, three losses and a tie recorded by Team Canada 72. In that series Paul a member of Team Canada the winning goal in each of the last three games. "I'd like to win by more, say 5-3 in games, but remember we're the he said. He predicted that Minor soccer There was plenty of action in the Lethbridge Minor Soccer Association this week with eight regular games and one charity game being run off. In the Mite Division, the Cougars won out over three other teams by whipping the Royals 6-3 in semi-final action, and then edging Green's Pop Shop 3-2 in the final. The Pop Shop had advanced to the final by nipping Queen's Pizza 2-1. The Seltic took the Pee Wee division by whipping the Rangers 4-0 in the final. The Seltic had smashed the Elks 8- 2 while the Elks downed the Rangers 5-2 in other action. In Bantam play, the Miners emerged as victors by dumping Fiorino 2-1 and tying them 0-0 in a pair of games this week. The Charity game saw the coaches defeat Palliser 3-1. Top scorers for the week were Cleve Myashiro and Adrian Kimberley. Cardinals, Reds creep up on leaders Dan league We have a complete line of APPROVED HOCKEY and FIGURE SKATES NYLON SUPREME JUNIOR SUPREME SPECIAL PRO BLACK PANTHER GOAL SKATES PLUS A complete lire o' Cooper. Victcuavil'e. Ko'io and Cnns- tianscn nockev sucks. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117-2nd Ave.S. Phone 327-8889 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS St. Louis Cardinals have been working overtime in their drive toward the National League East pen- nant. And it's been paying dividends. The Cardinals cut Pitt- sburgh Pirates' East Division lead to one-half game Friday night with a 7-3 victory over Philadelphia Phillies that took 17 innings and six hours and 28 minutes to complete. It was the second marathon game for the Cardinals in three days. On Wednesday night, they went 25 innings with the New York Mets before pulling out a 4-3 decision. The game Friday night end- ed at 2 o'clock in the morning and included a minute rain delay in the top of the 17th the Car- dinals rallied for five runs. "We haven't been getting to bed very early, but we are winning." said Cardinal manager Red Schoendienst." We went 25 innings Wednesday, played a three- hour game Thursday and now this. "Our relief pitching has been sensational. That run the Phillies scored in the last inn- ing was the first run our relievers have allowed in that stretch of long games." BAKE BREAKS TIE Bake McBride's RBI hit in the 17th broke a 2-2 tie that ex- isted from the third inning, then the Cardinals clinched the game with four more runs off relievers Eddie Watt and Tom Underwood. Elsewhere in the National League. Pittsburgh lost ground by dropping a 3-2 deci- ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased to announce that in order to improve our service to the insuring public A. KEN PETERSON has now joined our firm as a partner. F. F. STEWART 6 CO. ADJUSTERS LTD. General Insurance Adjusters 202 Fernelva House 1202 3rd Avenue South LETHBRiDGE, ALBERTA T1J OJ8 Telephone 328-5545 Telex 03-849275 sion to Montreal Expos while Cincinnati Reds kept the West race tight by beating the leading Los Angeles Dodgers 6-3. Houston Astros beat San Francisco Giants 8-5, Atlanta Braves whipped San Diego Padres 9-0 and New York Mets split a doubleheader with Chicago Cubs, winning 6- 0 before Chicago won 4-3. The marathon game at Philadelphia broke a National League record for most players used, 51. The old record of 50 was set Wednes- day night when the Cards went 25 innings with the Mets. Ferguson Jenkins of Texas Rangers tightened the Ameri- can League West pennant race Friday night by defeating the visiting Oakland A's for the fifth time in as many attempts this season. Pulling to within five games of division-leading Oakland, Texas triumphed 3-1 behind a seven-hitter by Jenkins, 23-11. who fanned. 10 batters. A's loser Jim (Catfish) Hunter is also 23-11 now. Texas, trailing 1-0. scored its first two runs in the third inning on Lenny Randle's triple. In the fifth inning, another Ranger run scored on a sacrifice fly by Jeff 114th RBI. Elsewhere in the American League. Detroit Tigers down- ed New York Yankees 6-3. Boston Red Sox beat Milwaukee Brewers 8-5 in 10 innings. Minnesota Twins edg- ed Kansas City Royals 6-5 in 10 innings. Chicago White Sox beat California Angels 8-0 and 3-1 in 11 innings to sweep a doubleheader and Baltimore Orioles beat Cleveland In- dians 3-2 in the opener of their doubleheader. The second game was halted by a curfew with the Orioles leading 8-6 after eight innings. NO PRESSURE YET Despite the Texas victory. Rangers manager Billy Martin said he didn't think Oakland was feeling any pressure yet. "I don't think a team really sweats it until it gets down to Autoslalom The "Flower Power Autoslalom" is all set to go Sunday, with registration beginning at !i a.m. at Centre Village Mall parking lot. and competition getting underway at 1 p.m. Sponsored by the Lethbridge Sports Car Club, the event is open to everyone and all types of vehicles. Everyone is invited to come and enter. Registration is set at two said Martin. "Oakland has been through it all before. But our guys have confidence. We beat a helluva pitcher." Jenkins fell behind 1-0 in the third inning on Reggie Jack- son's sacrifice fly but was in complete control thereafter.. Talk got around to the Cy Young Award for the out- standing pitcher of the season an award the Chatham, Ont., native won in the National League when he was with Chicago. "If I win it again it would be fine it's quite an said Jenkins who has won 14 of ANDY CAPP his last 16 decisons. "I really didn't get any en- dorsements or anything when I won it in the National Leagues, just a raise from the Cubs. Maybe it would mean more down here." Ben Ogilvie hit a three-run homer and a run-scoring dou- ble for Detroit to defeat New York, still leading the AL East. Minnesota's Rod Carew hit a decisive lead-off homer in the bottom of the 10th inning against Kansas City. Tom Johnson. 2-0, triumphed. Forster. Miners .................11 Finnerty, Legion ................10 Edwards, Miners.................9 Fournier, Miners.................9 Shiels, Miners ...................8 Haines. Elks.....................8 Wolstoncroft, Legion .............7 Manning. ANAF..................7 Larson, Miners ..................7 Onofrychuk. Legion..............7 Spence. Elks ....................7 Lukenda. Miners.................7 Miles. ANAF.......-..............7 McKnight. ANAF.................6 H. Black. Legion.................6 Gajdostik. ANAF.................6 Milford. ANAF ...................5 Martin. Miners...................5 Phalen. Elks.....................5 Fritz. Legion.....................5 Baceda. Miners..................4 Stark. Elks ......................4 Witham. Legion..................3 A. Black. Elks .2 Rudy, Legion ....................1 Blalock takes early lead FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) Slender Jane Blalock trudg- ed through the mud, wind, cold and mist for a sparkling 69 Friday and captured the first round lead in a Ladies' Professional Golf Association tournament. Miss Blalock, a three-time winner on the LPGA circuit this year, fired a 34-35 on the tricky par 71 course and seiz- ed a one-stroke lead over defending champion Sandra Haynie and Sandra Spuzich. A, cold spell, accompanied by mist, gusty winds and a soggy course took a heavy toll among the field of 86 battling for top prize of The three.leaders were the only players to better par and nobody matched it. I SHOULDN'T REALDCSON, BUT YOU'RE SUCH A SMOOTH UMJCER Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Sheila Schikowski 244. Norrna Wall 261. Marg Legge 227. Diartne Malchow 241. Donna Weibe 237. Liz Hiqo 241. Mar) Neely 267. Marg Lereau 253. Myrna Tymensen Linda Aspeslet 270 Adrienne McKeever 312 Linda Oukral 271. MARTINI21NG Marg Roberts 273. Rose McNab 239. Judy Horlacher 234. Mary Nicholson 244 Judy Tamayose 278. Masa Goshinmon 339 Isabel Otslen 230 June Malfcin 225. Marg Oycfc 248. Rita Salmon 271 4675V GREEN'S SHOES Jotin Retnpe! 256. 263. Lagier 299 PWStim 320 A1 Umau 298. Tom Baker 260 eeamor DotigaWi 284 Helen VWslon 261 Jean Christie 291 Bob Costanzo 272. Earl Awnour 283 <70H. Frank J.C.C.A. Wimo Nakamura 247 Betty Tomivarna 284 Aki Moriyama 258 Mike TobO 258 Marty Shigehiro 307 Jim Miyauchi 293 Carol Fujita 256 Marion Ibuki 259, Francis Higa 246. Darcy Tamayose 245 HOLIDAY BOWL THURSDAY GOLDEN AGE Louis Ober 285. Lela Ober 237. Harry Long 224. Walter Baker 251. Norah HoHorth 243. Harry Chaornan 244, Fred Smeed 222. Bunny Maloney 229. Ted Ward 261. Velma Milter 261 Howard White 238. Len Halmrast 217. Roy LaValley 260. Uynl Miton 255. CLASSIC TRIPLES Kurtz 351 0162V Jean Christie 301. Cec Seaudry 378 (1049J. Tom Baker 327 (10611. Tak Kalakami 321. Steve Pedetsen 316 <11MV Ken Larson 303 (1029V Ken King 302 Beti Meari 345 (11201. Sam Girardi 309 (10161. Kim Kovacs 293 (10161. Hendersen 290. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION WON., SEPT. 16 P.M. North Amsrican Title Bout: QUINN vs. RAMIREZ Savage Kowalski vs Little Bear A Cody Kamata Ivey Schroeder vs Hito Kelly Twins vs Martel ft Hurst Watch Stampede Wrestling on CJOC-TV 'CO-OP STORES }0 ttrvi rou irrm 1231 2nd AVE SOUTH. 1CTUH KfTTT TiB.CH KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern OOUOSOYtfl Sales. 308 9th St. S. Phono 328-1228 ANNOUNCES NEW STORE HOURS AT OUR COALDALE STORE New Hours Arc Effective October STORE: 8 a.m.-S p.m., TuMday-Saturday SELF SERVE GAS SERVICE: 8 p.m., TuMday-Saturday 12 noon-7 p.m. Sunday DOTH fTOm AND SILF ttftVB OAS WILL M CLOSED MONDAY some comparative unknown would rise to the occasion in this series too. HAPPY WITH CENTRES "I'm happy with our cen- tres." he said. "Andre Lacroix and Ralph Backstrom, Serge Bernier, they've all played well. Jim Harrison has played more the last two games and Mike Walton proved in Saskatoon (where he got two goals against a Western Canada Hockey League team} that he can handle centre." Harris said a knee injury to Bobby Hull, Bernier's swollen elbow, Henderson's aching shoulder and an achilles tendon injury suffered by defenceman Manty Howe would not affect his selections for opening night. "They're nagging-type in- juries but they won't prevent anyone from this stage anyway." Harris said he was. happy that the physical toll in the five-game exhibition series with the junior all-stars was not higher. Harris refused to name his starting roster. Team Canada has exhibition games scheduled in Goteborg, Sweden, and Helsinki. Finland, before playing the Moscow half of the series. After they finish in Moscow, the players will move to Prague for a game Oct. 8. SPORT FANS KNOW How about this Did you know there was once a base- ball manager who led two dif- ferent teams one season and wound up in last place with both of this happened to the man many say was the greatest manager of all John McGraw! In 1902. Mc- Graw was manager of Baltimore of the American League -I When he left that team in July they were in last place Next day he became manager of the Giants of the National League and then they finished last! That proves again that a man .can have several fail- ures in life, and still turn out to be a big success. The strangest horse race ever seen, happened in Australia on Oct. 10. 1903 when three horses. High Flyer. Loch Lochie and Bardini finished in a triple tie for then they re-rab the race and finished in a triple tie for first again The odds are enormous against any triple dead heat, but for that to hap- pen twice in a row defies any odds. Did you know a big league baseball team once made 11 runs in one inning on only one hit! It happened in a game between the Chicago White Sox and Kansas City in 1959 The White Sox got one hit- batsman, received 10 walks, there were three errors, a sacri- fice, a stolen base, and one hit! I bat you didn't know thai our UNIROYAL ZETA 40M Steel RADIAL TIRES told with an ironclad 40.000 mile and give 75% harard protection 20% more car control, 12% more and you can actually laavt moiwjr on SN KIRK'S... lor the tost dail for wiry wheel! KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Experts" Ynr UNIROYAL Outer UNIROYAL 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU LETHBRIDGE 1621-3rd Ave. S. 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