Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Tuesday, September 71, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Goes after two ivins in one night McLain should have been satisfied By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Denny McLain said it was tin first chance tie had ever had to win two ball games in one night, but he would have been better off stopping after one. McLain pitched four innings of relief Monday to chalk up his 10th triumph o[ the season as Washington Stenalors scored n 20-inning 8-C victory over Cleve land Indians in the conclusion o a game suspended after 16 in rings in Cleveland last Tuesday night with the teams tied 5-5. Then Denny started Monday right's regularly scheduled game against the Indians am pitched eight innings of five-hi ended up on the shorl end of a 3-1 score and absorbed his 21st loss. In the only other American League games, Baltimore Ori- oles whipped New "'ork Yan- kees 8-4 and Milwaukee Brew- ers blanked Minnesota Twins 3- 0. Philadelphia's twi-night doub- leheader at Montreal, the only action on the National League slate, was rained out. "The night wasn't a McLain commented after failing to gain the twin wins. "All along I thought about the club as well as myself. I'd like to have done it for Senators owner Bob Short. I love this guy." Then, turning to today's scheduled meeting of American League which Short is expected to press for permis- sion to move tlie Senators to the Dallas-Fort Worth Lain said: don't think Washington should be without a team I hope something good comes out of his doings in Boston." In the 20-inning marathon, the clubs set a major league record for pitchers used in an extra-in- ning game with 18, nine by each team. The Senators won it as Elliot Maddox walked, Lenny Handle was safe on a fielder's choice and Kurt Bevacqua misplayed Toby Harrah's grounder to let In a run. Dave Nelson's single and Tom Me Craw's bases- loaded walk added two more runs. Alan Foster, Steve Mingori and Steve Hargan teamed for a three-hitter in the regular game and Fred Stanley hit his second home run for the Indians. The Orioles, reducing to five the number of De- troit will clinch the American League East title, erupted for five runs in the ninth inning including the win- ning one on Bobby Grich's two- run bases-loaded single that gave Pat Dobson his 10th vic- tory. Skip Lockwood, recording his ]0th victory, tamed the Twins on four hits and drove In the Frig sent to Dallas CHICAGO (AP) Chicago Black Hawks cut seven players Monday before departing for a pair of midweek exhibition games against Toronto Maple Leafs Wednesday and Montreal Canadiens Thursday. Sent to the Dallas camp In Guelph, Ont., were defencemen Len Frig and Mike Baumgart- ner and forwards ..I P. Borde- leau. Ron Pepler, Clyde Simon, Dave Kryskow and Dan Spring. only run he needed with a sec-11 h e financially-troubled Wash ond-inning grounder. Andy Kosco smacked his 10th home run for the Brewers, Meanwhile American League owners were to meet today to discuss the baseball future of ington Senators. Owner Bob Short was non- committal on whether he plans to seek a franchise transfer, sell the club or remain in Washing- ton by some means. He claims he has lost million since pur- chasing the Senators in 1968. Short would need nine of Ihe 12 voles, including his own, to receive permission lu move. Despite reported offers (o buy, Short said Monday "there is no such thing as an offer on the table." He paid million for the Senators, outbidding a group which included comedian Bob Hope, and is socking to recoup his losses. Monday gathering wages Jewell posts win in feature By PAT SULLIVAN' Herald Sports A sloppy track kept times slow at Whoop Up Downs Mon- day afternoon but some race enthusiasts paid to see the action and wagered Weekend rains left the track sloppy for the third day of rac- ing but it was much to the lik- ing of Fire Line in seventh race. Guided by veteran rider Norm Jewel] Fire Line fought off closing challenge by Croft Lake to win the first place purse in the feature race spon- sored by Nor-Ann Dairy Bar in Vulcan. Fire Line is owned by Stan Marks of Lomond and trained by G. Marks. The winner paid for n win ticket, to place and to show. Croft Lake, rid- den by Delbert Hycroft, was tlie favorite in the seven fur- long race 'and paid and IESULTS claiming, 3 year olds, 5 fur- 5H9aSppy Bernle (WalJOn) 51.20 20.70 o.OO Symbaoe (Shields) 6.BO 5.10 Luslrous Slar (Hunt] 7.30 Tims l.-OJ 4-i Royal R o u s r, Elaine's Beaulv, Moorgale, Red Mount, Waratlon also an. second claiming, 4 year olds and up, 5 lurlongs Haydn's Doll (Hunl) i.40 110 :.8D Ann B. Good (Barll) 3.10 2.BO Llllle Pablo [Jewell] 4.00 Time Carol's Boy, Lucky Jemima, Flume Flcel Alom, Timolene also ran DAILY DOUBLE (40. Third claiming, 4 year olds and UD. furlongs Serenade All (Jewell] 35.10 17.BO Fire Line's winning time was one minute 35 and one fifth seconds a full 11 seconds off the standing track record. Jewell turned in his first two- win afternoon of the 1971 Fall Race Meet as he headed the pack aboard Serenade All in the third race. Serenade All was a longshot at 15-1 and paid a handsome for a vr. ticket. Combined with Villa Valuation the two paid a Quin ella of Monday's exactor saw Ton Perry win in tlie irons of Skip, per Tan. Magic Mink, ridde by Rod Haynes was second an together the two paid Today was Ladies Day whil 3.30 Villa's Valuollon (Barll] 7.90 4.20 Nlpawin (Shields) 2.flo Time 1-5 Wilson Radiva, Furious F I I q n t. 'amous Terry, Northern Emperoi Custom Cab also ran. OUINELLA 1117.30 Fourth SI.OOO claiming, 3 year olds and up, LeTlqueS (Wiseman) ll.X 7.48 S( Board Lane (Rycrofl) 4.lo 3.00 Wayward Boy (Sullor) 4.10 Time 4-5 No Work, Brlnn T, French Bar, Dark Reason, El Flllsleo elso ran. Fllln SI.OOO, 4 year olds and up, 7 ft bngs SKipper Tan (Perry) 1.50 4 Magic Mink (Haynes) fl.20 5.40 Double Hells (Wiseman) 5.30 Time 4-5 Sflk Burtons, Prlddls Dandy, Ml Slampeder, wings of Silver, Prere- auisile elso ran EXACTOR: SltV.OD. Sixth claiming, 4 year olds and up, furlongs Polish Rod (MeCauleyl 5.60 3.10 Morning Master (Wiseman) 7.60 4.50 Sure Speed (Barll) 3.40 Time 3-5 Main Hajo, Bonnie Airs, Shock Troop, Prince Bally High, Ryelo also Seventh clalmng, 4 year olds and ip, 7 furlongs Fire Line (Jewell] 12.00 3.PO 3.10 Croft Lake (Rycroll) 3.40 3.30 Law Boss (Hunt) 3.50 Time 1-5 Dexler Boy, Tlny's King, Fermenl also ran. Eighlh claiming, 4 year otds and up, furlongs Buster Kid (Rycroft) J.30 3.60 2.90 Roman Scholar (Wiseman) B.oo Anita D. (Hunt) 3.60 Time !-5 Fare Union, Jamie S, Turn Light, iypsv Jo Mae, Pleasant Hour also OUINELLA 520.30 Lost Chance To Join A League LADIES' LEAGUES Mon. 7 2 bowleri Tues. 2 3 teami Tues. 9 3 teomj Wed. 2 p.m.-Need 5 bowleri Thurs. 1 team Fri. 1 3 teami MIXED LEAGUES ATTENTION YOUTH BOWLERS Regislralion for the following leaguei will elosa Sept. 24, 25 and 26. No rcgislralions will be taken aflcr tlicip dates. p.m. ages B 1o 19 a.m. Bantam Boys (8-ll yours) o.m, Banlam Girls (8-11 ycari) Junior boys and girls (12-14) and Senior Boys and (15-19) Sunday-7 p.m. Young Adulls (18-25) By Willie Ketchum WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS FTOST KACE Claiming for four-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONG TOM'S AWARD, Rycrofl Can run down the pacs SQUIB, Haynes BERNGALE, Wiseman KNIGHTS UP, D. Wiseman JIM BEAN, Barll MELLOWDALE, Watson CAROL'S BOY, Shields FLAMBE, Hunt 119 Should be right there m May never be caught 122 Threat on best races 117 Nol enllrely out of It 119 Cliance at a price 122 Would be an upscl lid A longshot loday SECOND RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and npwan SEVEN FURLONGS POLAR MOUD, D. Wiseman 119 Can score an upset GOLDEN FOAM, L. Wiseman UI Very dangerous In here BOUTIQUE BELLE, MacDOMld 119 Could lake II all PLEASANT HOUR, Sullor.....117 Surprises on occasion REGAL PET, Haynes .......119 Can show Improvemenl FAMOUS BAYBOY, CulhberlSon 119 Oulslde possibility U. HOPE, Bourne 1U Would pay a price............ SOLID SYMBOL, Rycroff ......117 Once had Ability THIRD RACE Claiming tor three-year-olds and npivan FIVE FURLONGS LIKE A CHEETAH, Watson SHOCK TROOP, MR. BILL DALE, L. Wiseman _ -e anolher OVER CURRENT, Haynei .....132 Class horse; could upset BLUE TWIST, Culhberlson ......116 Would be a trrprise EARLY INN, D. Wiseman ......119 Outside post hurls FOOLISH DESCRETION, Rycroft 110 Pass this one Tl( Impressive fn debut 119 Very dangerous loday .__.....122 Always a (actor GALA PATH, Hunt Could set FOURTH RACE for four-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONG, KHAL'S CHARM, Hunt DOONBEG, Shields NEW TRACK, Rycrod ABBEY'S ALIBI, D. Wiseman QUIET RIDE, L. Wiseman GALE NORTH, Suitor DON Q., Jewell.......... CALL ME SONNY, MeCeuley tlfi Tops an even field 123 The only danger 117 Should go well here ___ .119 Inside post helps 119 BesI would be needed Ill Hard to recommend .119 A longshot here ..IIP Doesn't flgurs today FIFTH RACE Claiming for three-year-olds and npwnrrl SEVEN FURLONGS SOMETHING HIGH, Shields Ill Looks easily best DREAMIN DEAMON, McCauley .10? Threat al (he weights BOARD LANE, Tobacco .......116 Will be closing fast SPEEDY SON, Jewell .........lip Won't be far "back DARK REASON, Hunt .........116 Figures highly here WAYWARD BOY, Suitor.......717 Fair recenl races LE TIQUE, L. Wiseman ......132 Would be an upset GREEK MUSKETEER, Rycroft 111 Doesn't figure here SIXTH RACE Claiming for three-year-old maidens SEVEN FURLONGS ROYAL ROU5ER, McCauley RESERVED SEAT, Shield) MISS ROUSER, Haynes ROBIN A TIPTOE, Rycrolt TRADER JOHN, Jewell WARATION, Barll WARIFF, D. Wiseman WEE TOSCA, MacDonald 132 Gets the call today 122 The one to beat 119 Could lake It all 172 Just missed In la'esl 127 Bio. Improvement needed 117 Will probably quit 122 Can not recommend 129 .Some other timo 5EVENTII RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and upward 1-U MILES FLEET BROTHER, Shields lu Edge In a close race PEACE MAN, McCauley .......116 A powerful conlender AURNOI, Jewell............lai Better Ihan last indicates....... PREREQUISITE, Rycroft ...113 Will close some ground MINK, Heynes...... lid Best would be needed RIDGEVIEW HOPE, L. Wiseman 113 Sirjctly fl Jongshor............ ANOTHER INDIAN, Suitor ..108 Forget this one EIGHTH RACE Claiming for four-year-olds anil upward FIVE FURLONGS PRINCE BALLY HIGH, Hunt CARIBOO RED, L. Wiseman MAIN HAJO, Walson BONNY AIRS, McCauley RESTLESS DAWN, Rycroft NIPAWIN, Shields....... SEA LYNN, Jewell........ IRISH COLONEL, Haynes NINTH RACE Claiming for four-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS m on peat poslllcns 119 A powerful conlender 122 Could take It all 113 Tab for an upset .113 Post makes her tough 119 Would be an upset 116 Price will be right ___ Ilfi Would be a shock....... BIG BAMBI, RVcroft MORNING MASTER, McCauley STOVE PIPE, L. Wiseman DANCE WITH ALI, Haynes ROMAN FROS7, D Wiseman AMSTER RIDEABOUT, Hunt BILL'S CHOP CHOP, Perry RAGING SEA, Shields m Edge In a matched lield IIP Strlclly the danger 132 Comes Impressive win 127 winner if he's riqht 7li Much beder Ihan las) stiov 122 Could show Improvement lift Best Is required lie Can not recommend POST TIME 2 P.M. BET: KHAL'S LONGSHOT PICK: LE TIQUE Alberta team captures title CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta women's field hockey loam won the Canadian cham- pionship Monday with a 3-2 vic- tory a British Columbia squad. The Alterta team was undc- feated in a six game round- robin tournament and the B.C. girls had five wins. SliirJey Haig scoi _d all the Alberta goals while Janies Ev- ans and Dinnne Whiltingliam found tlie mark for B.C. EXPORTA Wednesday will see nine races wiLh post time set for The 'Daily Double Monday was worth as Happy Bemie in the first race combined wilh Haydn's Doll in the second. The quinella on the last race, a joint effort on Buster Kid and Ro- man Scholars part, paid ?20.30. The highlight of this year's nine day meet takes place Saturday afternoon as the Mar- ion Williams Memorial Handi- cap is slated io be run off. The race mil be the one to decide the winner of the first prize in the Southern Alberta Sweepstakes. All told some 000 in prize money will be giv- en away llirough the sweep- stakes. Saturday's race is in honor of the late Marion Williams, wife of Lee Williams, who passed away last yeu1. Cmiiiig meeting set in Coaltlale Tlie CoaldaJe auJ District Curling Club will hold their annual meeting Wednesday night. The main feature on ths agen- da will to review last year's operation of the club and plan- ning (he coining season. The meeting will be held at the Hccrealion office in Coal- dale starting at p.m. Career interceptions Thorton well behind TORONTO (CP Dick Thornton of Toronto Argonauts may hold the Canadian Football League record for interceptions turned into touchdowns but he's still well back in the list of lead- ing pass thieves. The Eastern Football Confer- ence statistics released loday show Tricky Dick, with his three interceptions against Ot- tawa Rough Riders Sunday, now has a career total of 37. That leaves the Toronto defen- sive back, who spent tlie early pail of tliis season as an offen- sive pass receiver, well behind the league's all-time leader, Don Sutherin. S'utherin, cut from the Ottawa lineup at the start of the last season, intercepted 54 passes in his 13 seasons in the CFL. Ed Learn, who retired after ]2 seasons wilh Toronto and Montreal Alouettes, is lied for second with Carney Henley of Hamilton Tiger-Cats each with 51. John Wydareny of Edmonton Eskimos has 50 interceptions in 13 seasons. Thornton turned one of his in- terceptions Sunday into a touch- seventh such touch- down of his career. In that race, Thornton is well ahead of Hen- ley, the closest active player, who has four. Henley, Thornton and Wydar- eny are the CFL leaders in yards gained on interception re- turns. Henley has a career total of 825 yards, Thornton 754 and Wydareny 750. In the 1971 EFC season list, Al Brenner of Hamilton has the lead with five interceptions re- turned for 103 yards. He is fol- lowed by Hod Woodward of Ot- tawa with four for 63 yards and Bobby Lee Thompson of Mont- real, four lor 30 yards. Thornton joins team-mate Dave Raimey, Henley and Jobn Williams of Hamilton and John Kruspe and Barry Ardern of Ot- tawa, all with three intercep- tions each this season. In the EFC scoring race. Ot- tawa receiver-place kicker Gerry Organ still leads with 57 poinl.s on one touchdown, 20 con- verts, nine field goals and four singles. New contract TORONTO (CP) Head coach Leo Caliill received a vote of confidence from the To- ronlo Argonaut board of direc- tors who approved Monday a recommendation by chairman John Bassett that a new, long- term contract be negotiated wilh Ihc coach. "Our mile guarantee proves a lot about this "That mile guarantee tells you a lot about the quality o( brake linings we use. About our workmanship. And about our concern (or your salety. "thorough, painstaking care goes inio everyslep of ihe job. isarock- botlom price. But we certainly don't cut any corners. There's too much at stake. turn the drums and arc new brake linings for a perfect lit. Total contact between drum and liningj over the entire surface is your best guarantee of ideal braking performance. 2 "We check iho entire braking system. 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