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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tueiday, Soplombor 56, 197J Alton's problem may be his teeth takes spotlight from pennant n By THE ASSOCIATED 1'HESS Nolan Ryan of California An- gels lias joined an exclusive strikeout club of American League pitchers that includes the legendary Walter Johnson. Johnson's whistling fastball helped him record more than 300 strikeouts in a season way back in 1910. Others who have reached ihat plateau are Rube Waddell, Bob Feller, Vida Blue, Mickey Lolich, Sam McDowell- and now, Hyun. The Angels' hard-throwing righthander fanned 12 Texas batters to bring his season's to- tal to 302 as he beat the Rangers 2-1 on a tliree-hiltcr I Monday night. "Sure, I've given the SCO- mark some said Ryan, "but not a lot of thought until my last start wlien I got only four strikeouts in nine in- nings against Kansas City. (tl got a little worried about it again tonight when my fast- hall was very ordinary for the first six' innings." AJHL season opens on weekend Kings Ink six players Tlie Alberta Junior Hockey League season opens for the Leihbridge Sugar Kings in five clays and club officials have signed six more players to Eheir roster. Genera! manager, Syd Hall, announced Monday night the signing o[ (wo local products as well as four other southern Alberta youngsters, to increase the team roster to nine players. Kent Lowry and David Litch- ficlcl of Taber along with Kevin Knibbs of Bow Island were signed Sale last week, Fred Hoffartli, Ken Klink- hammer and Brent CleUand are the three local products who have come to terms with the Kings, while Don Rcnner and Tim O'Donnel! of Taber and Ted Stokes of Lomond complete last night's signings. Hoffarth, a right-winger, and Klinkhammer, a 5'11" defence- man, toiled with the Lcthbridge Athletic Association Junior "BJI squad last season. Cleliand, a 6'6" left-winger, who is by far the biggest man Minor hockey The Lethbridge Minor Hock- ey Association's mass practices will continue at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre Wednesday night. The Bantam "B" Imperials will hit the ice at 4 p.m. and will be followed hy the Midget "C" Colts at eight o'clock. on the squad, played his hock- ey in Fernie last year. Kenner and the two Taber products are right- wingers who played their hock- ey in their home town last season. Eenner is the younger of the two at 17 and supports 1G5 pounds on a 5'6" frame. O'Donnell is 17 and stands six feet in height and carries 170 pounds. Stokes who is the Kings' rook- ie netminder, toiled with the Brooks Legionnaires in the Southern Alberta Juvenile Hock- ey League in 1971-72. Meanwhile, the Kings open their season against the Red Devils iii Blairmore at p.m. Sunday night. The Red Devils are the new- est entry in the six-team league to join the Calgary Canucks, Edmonton Maple Leafs, Red Deer Rustlers, Drumheller B'al- cons and the local Kings. Former Kings' coach, John Chapman, will handle the coach- ing duties for the Red Devils. In Red Deer the defending champion Rustlers scored four unanswered first period goals and coasted to a 7-2 win over Drumheller Falcons in an Al- berta Junior Hockey League exhibition game Monday. Holdovers Doug Lindskog and Terry Wittchen each scored two goals. Reg Klnch, Irvine Bowles and Morris Lansing added the others. Dennis Wallis and Dwight Klemik scored for Drumheller, who had 13 of 27 penalties. Meanwhile, three new play- ers arrived in the Kings' camp today, two ot which played with the club last year. Sent down from the Calgary Centennials' camp were de- fencemen Ken Wilson, Rick Lalonde and Terry Lay. Wilson and Lalonde were in Sugar King uniforms last sea- son while Lay played in Mea- dow Lake, Sask, last year. Two firsts for locals Senior members of the Leth- bridge YMCA and University of Lethbridge Judo Clubs took part in the Calgary Invitational judo tournament over the week- end and cajne away with three top performances. Phil Illingworth, Canadian middleweight champion, won the heavyweight division title in black belt competition. In senior action Tom Green- way won hte middleweight hon- ors while Scott Tanner was sec- ond in lightweight. GIVEN GO AHEAD TRENTON, N.J. (AP) Stale environmental officials ruled Monday that construction ot a proposed million state sports centre in the Hacken sack meadowlands may pro- ceed without delay. The New Jersey sports and Exposition Authority still musl abide by a series of recommen- dations aimed at protecting the environment, the state depart- ment of environmental protec- tion said. LAST CHANCE THIS YEAR to save 10 on any made-to-measure suit! You have your choice of uur widest Fail collection ever. Quality imported flannels, Donegal tweeds, French gabardines, glen checks and herringbones. All in the latest selection of colors and patterns. But act on it now! This is the last chance of its kind this year. His "very ordinary" iot eight Rangers on strikeouts n the first six innings. Ryan lien used his strikeout pitch to get out of tight situations in the eighth and ninth. Only one other gamo was ilaycd in the major leagues Monday night as San Diego 'adres defeated Los Angeles Jodgers 5-3 in a National League contest. A scheduled American game between the Oak- and Athletics and Minnesota ?wins postponed by rain. Ryan's successes no doubt gives New York filets some sec- md thought about his trade his past winter. Ho was one of nur players pried loose from he National League club for lim Fregosi. "I fell all along that I could ie a winning pitcher in the ma- ors if someone let me pitch ev- ery fourth said Kyan. 'Pitching every 10th or 12th day just isn't often enough to your rhythm and build vour confidence." With one out in the California eighth, Ryan doubted, took :hird on Sandy Alomar's boun- cer and scored when Mckey Rivers' bouncer skipped :hrough first baseman Larry Bittr.er's legs. Pinch-hitter Randy Elliott came through with a run-scor ing triple in the eighth inning to help San Diego beat Los Ange- les. The game was tied 3-3 when Elliott tripled home the tie-breaking run and then scored himself on a wild tlirow. Los Angeles pitcher Claude Osteen had singled across the tying run in the bottom of the seventh inning before giving up Elliott's hit. Meanwhile in Cincinnati a trip to the dentist may prove the cure for his arm and shoulder problems, and Cincinnati Reds pitcher Gary Nolan says there's peeking through that dark cloud. Nolan bad been listed doubtful by Cincinnati manager Sparky Anderson Sunday as the Reds looked to the forthcoming National League baseball play- offs with Pittsburgh Pirates. An arm and neck irritation had reappeared as Nolan warmed up on the sidelines in Houston Sunday, and Anderson sa'd things looked bad for the young right-hander. But Monday morning, In check of x-rays Nolan and other Reds underwent recently in routine examinations, doc- tors spotted the possible cut- abscessed tooth. The tooth "is considered to be a likely source for the cause of his shoulder said team physician Dr. George Bal- lou. Nolan had the tooth yanked He said he still hurt, this time in the mouth. "The dentist said it was ab- scessed pretty the 24 y e a r-old hurler mumbled through a pained jaw Monday night. Our custom-made suit sells elsewhere for English Scotch Woollen Co.Ltd. nL.-.__rtrtn Ask about our credit ttrmi. Phone 328-8021 "We Ihe world's fi'nesf fabrics into Canada's finest custom made suits." Centre Village Mall 2nd Ave. and 13th Slreet N. IETHBRIDGE Opan Mon., TUBI., Werf., Sal. 9 o.m. 6 p.m. Thimdny and Friday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. It all boils down to the weath- er The 1972 Fall Race Meet at Whoop-Up Downs is set to get back underway Wednesday af- ternoon at two o'clock, weather permitting. "We won't touch the track FIRST HACE 5500 Claiming for four year olds" and upward until Tuesday said FIVE FURLONGS Exhibition manager Andy An- drews Monday afternoon. "If we don't get anymore rain or snow we'll have a good track for the horses to run he added. While the track itself may bo iveather good Races will go Downs the ponies wWl run everyday, with the exception of Sunday's, until Thanksgiving Day, Oct. 9. By Willie Ketchum WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS Anita .take The Rake ng Enlcrprizi Another Hcod Terry's Speed "Irln Flu........ 'oodtefaker...... Silent Bel Can finally It May r.o1 quit today Upscl possibility Plenty of early speed Pcsf position helps Woiffd to a surprise Slrictly a Hard lo figure here SECOND RACE Claiming for four year dtls anil upward SEVEN FURLONGS ..............119 Go Go Glen Sunday Fleer ___ Cupid's Dart Seal's Brother Khaled Truckle U. Can run down 1ho paes .no Strictly the d.inyer .......I'; Threat on bssl retes 119 Will have Ic tc caught- .......117 Threat en test 117 Would pay a price .......US DMsn'i Figure tcdey.............. ......114 Wirrt rougher company THIRD RACE S500 Claiming for three year olds Canadian ___ Hula Mah Shirley's ___ Dtsis Joe Lasr Trust China's Haydn..... Colour Me Lucky Rely Minx FOURTH RACK S500 Claiming for two year ohls SEVEN FURLONGS have no trouble The main opposition Slormy Summer...............no vvm te on Ihe board You Hurry...............107 Perhaps a small slice Jake's Jewell..................no Hard lo recommend...........' Baby Prize....................no A lonqshot here Twin's Sheba ..................no Prefers less distanca V Joey's Arch ..................104 Gels a Fight weight............'. FIFTH RACE Claiming for four year olds and upward ONE MILE AND ONE-EIGHTH Bronielene .....................in Easy winner If ready.............. BecH....................m Always runs well hers No Work......................114 Good Saskatchewan races Jean's Gnldlj..................114 tAay prove hard lo beat....... Spanish Gift.................. 114 at a price Lofita's Hope..................m Best effort required Mr. Double H.................116 Unknown quantify Grinner......................119 orvj "'_ SIXTH RACE S5EK) Claiming for three year olds and umvard FIVE FURLONGS Slngdown Fail To Finish Speed's Bcnuty...... Tickle Your Fancy Tallyha Joe........ Dexter Boy........ Wayward Boy...... Big LHNebull in good condition Andrews also concerned about weather conditions and the effect it will have on the bettors. No one knows belter than An drews that if the bettors aren't there and aren't com- fortable it will seriously effect the race meet. Should the ponies run Wed- SEVEN FURLONGS nesday the Fall Race Meet will actually become an 11-day event instead of the planned 12 day effort. This year's event has already lost the major por- tion of a Saturday afternoon. This past Saturday, when the snows came, only two races were run off, Monday and to- day went by the boards but tho officials of this year's mecl have an ace in the bole. There were no races planned for either Tuesday and the first Thursday. Now, however, when action commences at Best ofl recant form The one to teat Tab if its muddy............ Dangerous agafnsl Ihese Wo'.'ld be sn upset....... Dismal effort m Inst......... Chanc-JS seem slim......., Dcesn't figure here Bowling CAPRI BOWL CIVIL SERVICE Lena Moore 218, Abe Enns 334 I Taylor June Taylor 240, Steve Dimnlk 257, Rla Tuk 211, Lew Willis 711, Mike ProXop 269, Joe Ama- ifo 375, MORNING COFFH Atjnss Siml 752, Peggy Forry ean Mills Linda 3W, Maureen Vaykovlch 243, Wilda How- ells 237, Sharon Davfdson 277 Gloria Balazs 277, Ethel Harvle 250, Cheryl Fleming 240 Gew- orsky 237, Jenny Srnils 229. MARTINIZING Masa Goihinrnon 301 Mavli uirfe 259, Dcna Smith 253, Isabel Orsten J57 liabellu Bergman Dorren Wilscrj 570, Karen Carney 255 Linda Vrabcl 353, Karen Holm Pat Plomp 247 [dSIJ. GREEN'S SHOES Dlanne VjoUnl 271 Joan Macro 27? (72V) Jean Christie 267 Eleanor DorlgalH 274 Dean Smith 3SS Ken Kuril 3JO Bill Cook 305, Rantfy Wolsroncroft 294, Berl Meiel 315 Bill Koskoskl 300. VASA 'LODGE NleX Blanch! !17, Joyce Berry 223, Blanch Carlson Bea Hanson 228, John Carlson 23 B Layne 231, Nellie Berry 263, "Arvid Oseen 2M, Lll Hegland 256, Adel Guslum 213. EAGLES LODGE Joyce Marsden 236, Shlrfey Ander- son 265, Marian 765, Gary Ward 2M, Geo Malchctf ?3I, Marie Barnelt 235, Helen Weets 211, Doug McCarthy ?5S (703) Anna Ondrus 24fl, Norman Miller 245, Joe Gillett 244. LETHBRIDGE BANKERS Arlene Oarlosek 229; Chsryl lywkh 7-17; Karen Lawsofi 209; Emily Kublk 3M; Louise Munsle 259; Syl Poche Ella McColl 215; Wally Murray Orr Should heal Ihis kind Speed on th? pcla Danger at the weights Win clc.se some ground .116 Breaks outside speed more distance SEVENTH RACE S700 Claiming for four year olds and upward ..ONE MILE AND ONE-EIGHTH Behl Behl Capital Spending 131 Monty B.......................na Heir Of Hope.............. n Prerequisite Furious night Can run down the speed A. ccntencfcr VViff be hard to catch Will tc charging hard Could show improvement .171 Qualifies en bcsl race V.'oyltf be an upset 107 No diance with Ihese EIGHTH RACE Claiming for four year olds nnrl upward SEVEN FURLONGS Northern Emperor Winning Ship......... Hun-y Hally...... JourdDon........ Joy's Taffy...... A narrovi1 Vnargln Tab for an upset Could lake If all Some Some good repcrls Not off her last two Lor.g shot BEST BET GALLANT KIN Jn Uh race LONG SHOT DISIS JOE in 3rd Race POST TIME 2 P.M. NHL opens Oct. 7 Seven games on tap MONTREAL (CP) The most bulky schedule in the his- tory of the National Hockey League begins Oct. 7 with seven games that night. The menu for the league's 56th season stretches through 634 games and contains 78 con- tests more than last season's schedule due lo the addition of two new Flames and New York Island- ers. The schedule Is 25 weeks In duration and stretches through 26 weekends before it finishes April 1 with six games. As in past seasons, more than half the schedule is made up of weekend games, with 168 planned for Saturdays and 147 scheduled for Sundays. The next most active night is Wednesday, when 144 games will be played, followed by 70 matches scheduled for Thurs- day nights. There will be 64 Tuesday games, 39 on Fridays and two on Mondays. Because there now are two divisions of eight teams the Tslanders will play in. the East Division and Atlanta in the schedule is unba- lanced to allow each team to play 78 games. Each team will play four games, two at home and two away, with each other club, plus one additional game with each other team. These latter 15 games will be alternated home and away this season and In 1973-74. In addition, each club will play another three games! against teams in ils own divi-! sion. No team shall play my other team more than three times at home in either of these two seasons. As a result, nomo teams could face an opponent five times over the season while playing six times against an- other team. The allotment of these extra games was deter- mined by a lottery wliich con- sisted of selecting teams at random by division and match- ing them to other tearrji of the same division. THE Scotch Double ELRICH TSRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE CMc ago New York Louli Clnelnnall -os Angeles Arianra FrancFsco Diego ,551 .477 .619 .555 .5-11 MONDAY'S RESULTS California ON OCO 2 6 1 cxas..... 010 003 1 1 1 Ryan [1E-15) and Tor berg, Stephen- son Busman (7-10) and Fahey. Minnesota aJ Oakland, ppd, SOCCER STANDINGS ENGLISH LEAGUE Pivision T TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Psppai (ti-71 al Montreal .loneman Pittsburgh Blass (18-7J ar Phlla- leophla Twlkhell New Yorfc Koosman (S-I2> tit SI. Louis Dlbby Allanla NIerfco (15-11) at Cincinnati Sun Francisco McDowell (8-8) ar Houston Reuss San Diego Caldv.efl (7-9) a I Los Angeles Sfrahler MONDAY'S RESULTS Diego 000 030 j 11 T -os Angelei 009 Oil 3 a 5 Norman, Ross (7) Schacffer (2-0) (7J Simpson (8) and Kendall Corrales Osteen (15-11) Hough fB) and Ferguson. AMERICAN LEAGUE Eair iron OelroU DalHmoro New York Cleveland MHwaukea Oakland Chicago Minnesota Kansas City California Texas....., L Pet DDL M .548 63 .5J1 1 69 .511 70 ,537 3 83 .447 15 87 .412 20 67 60 .393 70 .517 11 74 ,473 14l' 78 .473 Ui' n .354 3J Matching Dress Pants Sizes 29 to 46 ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL SPORT JACKET Sizes 36 reg- to 50 fall. 33! 5fh St. S. (OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M.) Phone 327-2620 TODAY'S GAMES Minnesota blyaven (15-14) at Oak- land Blue alirornra (7-10) Paul Kansas Busby (2-0) ct Chica- go Bahnsen CleveFand Perry ar Baltimore Cuellar [U-ID. Milwaukee Parsons (13-12) et Bos- ton PalHn Tclfenham rton Ipswich Leeds in Vlfla Oxford NoUs F Port Vale Rolherham Rochdala CharHon Mansfield Soulhport Division 111 6 6 L F A 2 2 11 11 U 2 2 13 B U 3 2 11 7 13 3 2 IS 11 13 3 2 17 13 13 I II S 0 13 10 13 1 3 M 12 13 21 i 7 n 2 1 12 32 8 B 11 12 15 13 6 0 3 15 51? 4 4 1 12 10 12 51 3 22 9 11 6 1 0 U 3 Aldersho! 4 3 SCOTTISH LEAGDE DMsion T CelUc 30 Hibernian ...30 Dundee U 3 0 Motherwell 22 Aberdeen 2 2 Division II Sterling 70 CowdEtfooath 6 0 Clytfe Raim Ounfermllna SOCCER SCORES ENGLISH LEAGUE Division M WIMwall 2 Molls F. Preston 0 Orient 0 Division III Brenlfwrf 1 Bristol R 1 Rochdale 2 WaUall 1 Scuthend 1 5cunlhorpe P Transmere 4 Crtarlton o Division IV Colchester 0 Dranlfcrd 0 Darlinqloo 0 Exefcr 0 Peterborough 1 Bury 1 Slockport 2 Mansfield 1 2 0 10 4 10 I 1 17 7 9 0 2 12 8 L.A.A. JUNIOR B (Y's MEN NATIVE SONS) MONDAY, SJth P.M. TUESDAY, 261h P.M. WEDNESDAY, 27th P.M. MIDGET B (LETHBRIDGE COLTS) MONDAY, 25th 8 P.M. 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