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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Auguit U, THI LETHMIDOI HWAIO 9 Not a great game Stampeders' offence sputtered to win recoverecJ the boll In one of the key playi Monday in Calgary's 19-14 win. furlong on the olher ilde of Joe Forzoni (CP Wirephoto) FURLONG GRABS LOOSE BALL B.C. lions' quarterback Don Bunce got bouncsd by Calgary Stampcdors' middle linebacker Wayne Harrii Monday night and dropped the ball. Jim Furlong, a native of Yankees missed chance to gain on Orioles Bench cleared the bases twice Monday By TliE ASSOCIATED PRESS Johnny Bench swept the bases just for tho hock of it, Uien swept around the bases for renl. Atlanta Braves, who Joined tho list of baseball clubs adding a bit of diversion lo the game- mainly n shapely young lady who dusts off tho bases midway In the they had a new Kweeper prior lo their Monday night game with Cin- cinnati Reds. Before the contest against the Rwls, the Braves engaged in a noftball game against their wives. And halfway through Ihe two-inning exhibition, out of the dugout, broom in hand, came "Johnny tho .Ills antics delighted the Braves fans, who then watched the feminine mystique lake ils tnl) In an frfl victory over Hie Atlanta husbands. NOT SO T1IKIU.KJ) But the fans were less than thrilled when the "renl" game got under way- Bench, ex- ploding out of a slump that had provided him with two hits in 27 at bats, manhandled the Braves by driving in five runs with a single, a double and his 26th home run, lending Clncin> rail to n 12-2 romp. In tho only other National J-caguo game, Houston Astros defeated San Francisco Giants 7-5. Jn tlie night's two Anieri can I-caguu games, Oakland Athletics beat Baltimore Or! olos 6-2 and Kansas City Koyals silenced New York Yankees :i-o. Bench kissed off the Jlraves quickly with his Iwo-nm homer n the first Inning, then singled o drive in the last o( four Reds runs in the sixth and doubled to Irivc In two more in capping a 'our-run seventh. And be fitill wasn't satisfied. "I had the biggest run-batted- n night of my career two years ago against St. Louis. I should have bad eight tonight, but I missed a hanging slider in the ninth." Roger Metzger and Cesar Co- deno drove in two runs each for the Astros, who remained games back of the front-run- ning Reds in the NL East. But It was Jim Wynn who had tho big RBI of the night, a lie- breaking single In a four-run seventh that propelled Houston past the Giants. Oakland widened Its lead in the American League West to I'A games over Idle Chicago White Sox while the Orioles' margin over Detroit Tigers in tho East was trimmed to one game, Miko Epstein and Joe Rudi slugged tomers for the Athlet- ics and Bert Campaneris, daz- zling Baltimore by stealing three bases, scored a pair of runs. Tho Yanks, with a golden op- Nearing end of caree-r? A sad Wills sits bench T.OS ANGELAS (AP) Thirteen years ago he was an aging but exuberant major league rookie, emerging after nearly nine years in the rni- nora to spark IXM Angeles Dodgers to a pennant. Now Maury Wills Is 30 Ho earns about year, holds the major league record for stolen bases in a season and is considered o good bet for a managerial job and the Hall of Fame once he's through playing. But this year Wills has sat and suffered on the bench while Bill Russell, who was two years old when Wills on- Icred pro baseball, cavorts wllh increasing confidence at shortstop. "I've been humiliated by my role this says Wilts. "t admit It. I'm snot. I'm not up to par mentally or physically. I don't think I could be expected to be. But give me four or five days in the lineup and I could do tho jot) I've always done." RUSSFJX IMPROVES The Dodgers have played 107 games, and Wills has ap- peared in just 49 of them, batting 123 times and hitting n .122, compared with his lifetime average of .284. The 23-year-old Russell Ls hit- ting .288, and after early-sea- son uasteadincBs is making eye-catching plays in Ihu field. The Dodgers trail first- place Cincinnati Reds by fifi games in the National League West as they open an impor- t a n t three-game series against Pittsburgh Piratej tonight. Manager Walter Alston, who has depended on Wills to lead the Dodgers tlirough a decade of stretch drives, in- dicates he has no plans to take tho veteran off the bench. "He's not going lo play as long as Russell continues to hit and field as well as ho Alston says. "You've got lo like Russell, says Wills. "He's a great kid and he's becoming an ex- cellent player. "It's just that I think they gave up on me too is, if they wanted lo win it this year. If they were trying to win it, then I have to feel 1 could have helped put this club closer to tlu> lead than it is now." A move fifool to make it one Canadian Open a major title? STJTTON, Mass. Balti- more Colt.s gave pro football it.s first tasle of the Wishlnme Of- fence, all Hie rage on U.S. col- lege gi iilii'nns, when nothing else soemr-d to work ngain.st Oakland li.iiilprs Hut the Haiders broke the Wi.shbone and won Monday night's National Football League prc'-season game lti-0. tieorge Dlnnda kicked field goals of 24, and 2.1 yards. He also added the extra point after Kenny Klabler's eight-yard touchdown pass to Fred liilelni- koff in the (bird period. .lack Mildrcn, who mastered tho Wishbone as Oklahoma's quarterback, made it go W yants in the fourlh quarter apainst Oakland, but an inler- cmled Ilic drive and the night'j Wishhona experiment. Ihe Tloynl Canadian Golf As- sociation. "Hul that, nf course, is what we're working and hop- ing up lo really major-tournnmenl stalus." rAI.I.KI) IN TO HUM' llolli Trevino and Arnold Palmer have been enlled in for talks with officials with an eye on how the Canadian could be improved in sl.tlwe. Both have a soft spot for the loumamont. Trevino gave [he event a great boost last year when ho sandwiched that tille in be- tween his American and Ilril- i.sh Open titles, becoming Iho first man to mako that sweep. It's a long way from (lie ranks of Ihc Nig the Masters and I'CA. Ihe Hrilish anil American il's growing in prestige and im- portance almost annually. This sca.son, for example, Iho Canadian champion is the lirsl alteriialc lo the four- man field for Ihe World Series of (lolf. That event annually brings together lire champions of Iho Rig Four to over flG holes for a first prize. Since Jack Nicklars won boih tho masters and U.S. Open, Canadian Open title-holder (lay Brewer will join Nick- bus, cliamnion Gary nml Kiiiyi niten champ Trovino in lhr> affair at Akron, Ohio next month. oriunlly to move Into second lace In the AL East and cut lie Orioles' lead to half a ame, fell Instead Into third nd remauxxl IVz games off the >ace. The Royals' three runs were mearaed and Bruce Dal Can- on didn't give New York much rf a chance lo do anything iboul it. The Kansas City starter gave ip a pair of first-Inning singles, hen set down 23 consecutive 'alters before being touched or two more hita in the ninth. Jut Norm Angelini came out of CALGARY (CP) Flanker1 Gerry Shaw of Calgary Stampe- dera said it best: "We were sort of spurting a lot." It summarized a familiar early-season pattern for the Stampeders who hung on Mon- day night for a 19-14 win over British Columbia Lions In a Western Football Conference game. The moved tho K'lampeders Into a first-place tie with Edmonton Eskimos, who are undefeated after two starts. The Stampeders have a 2-L record. The Stampeders were incon- sistent against the IJons, as in two previous games against Winnipeg Blue Bombers which resulted in a 31-7 victory at home and a 41-14 setback on the road. The script was altered slightly against the Lions be- cause of a brilliant perform- ance from the Stampeders' de- fence, headed by their from four of John Helton, Free James, Dick Suderman am Craig Kolnzan. DEFENCE FORCED PLAY Throughout the hard-hitting contest be-fore fans, the Calgary defence hurried B.C quarterbacks Don Moorhead and Don Bunce, forcing them either to throw erratic passes or lose valuable yardage. Despite brief offensive flur ries, the game was a defensiv battle. The Lions lost yards on broken plays and thi Stampwlers yards. "We died down for a while then came hack saic Shaw, who scored the only tw touchdowns for Ihe winners one on a 70-yard pass-ar.d-nii play started by quarterbacl Jerry Keeling. "Our offence has been sort o erratic all said Shaw adding that wide receiver Gai he bullpen shutout. to preserve the the "big catch' the St-ampeders Kerr made which got started in the first quarter. The first time Calgary scrim magcd, Keeling hit Kerr for l-yard pass, Tliree plays later, Kaw nabbed a 14-yard toss for touchdown. Shaw added his 70-yard ouchdown, and fourth in three esj in the second quarter, jarry Robinson booted a con- ert and added two field goals or the Stampeders who led 7-3 ftcr the first quarter and Ifre t the half. The IJons rallied in the final 5 minutes after a scoreless ihjrd quarter when Bunce com- lined with fullback Jim Even- on for a 25-yard touchdown. AMBLE FAILS Later in the quarter, how- ever, the Lions gambled on bird down deep in their own end and lost possession when Eskimos donate EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton Eskimos today an- nounced they've given to support the city's hid for the British Commonwealth Games which will be made in Munich on Thursday, Aug. 24. Tha Eskimos were candid about their reason (or giving: "It's an said a club spokesman. the city get the Games bid is for would have to build a stadium and that's something the Wescrn Football Conference club badly needs. Its current home park is the smallest In the Canadian Football League, seating slight- ly more than Last week the club presented plans to the city for a plus capacity stadium with a roof, which would cost about million. Without the roof the games regulations slate the field must be cost would be million. Kolnzan hit Moorhead (or a six- yard loss. It was enough to prevent Lions from winning their first league game at McMahon Sta- dium since 1966. Ted Gerela got seven points for live Lions with two Held goals, one (rom 39 yards, and a convert. Punter Eric Guthrie completed B.C.'s scoring with a 54-yard single In the fourth quarter. Except for Bunce, who took over from Moorhead late in Iho third quarter before he was re- placed by Moorhead later In the game, the didn't look sharp offensively. Evenson was their top rusher with 49 yards on nine carries, while Jim Young led in pass re- ceiving with 49 yards on two re- ceptions. Moorhead and Bunce only completed seven of 27 passes for 107 yards. Keeling went all the way for Calgary and completed 12 o( 18 passes for 245 yards, Shaw nabbed four for 108 yards. In rushing, Calgary fullback Hugh McKinnis picked up 60 yards on 16 carries. Canadian Football League ac- tion continues Wednesday night with Ottawa at Toronto and Ed- monton at Saskatchewan. 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