The regulator you have should work fine with the alternator listed.
Note that this is an "A-circuit" regulator, which means it regulates the ground side of the field. Your alternator connections should thus be as follows:
Large (1/2") terminal, marked "+", "DC", or "BAT": Main output, to batteries. Use 0000 (four-ought) with a properly swaged lug.
F1: Field positive, wire directly to main output with a jumper.
F2: Field negative, connects to "F" or "FLD" terminal on regulator.
R or Relay: Relay terminal, connects to 12-volt relay that operates blower circuits and "No Charge" light on dash.
The regulator should be wired as follows:
F or FLD: goes to F2 on alternator
I or IGN: goes to a 24-volt circuit switched by the master switch ("Ignition")
G or Gnd: ground
B or BAT: Sense lead, should be connected directly to battery positive at the battery
(resist the temptation to connect it someplace else more convenient).
Hope that helps.