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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDCE HEUAID Wodnoldoy, Auguit 73, 1972 Abendsdian, Lancaster forces to defeat Sta s MAKING YARDS Linebacker Wayne Shaw of Sask- atchewan Roughriders made himself a ball-carrier Tues- day when he intercepted a Calgary Stompeder pass. He look the ball 32 yards before lie was forced out of bounds. Saskatchewan won the WFC game 12-10 wilh a last-minute fieldgoal. Max Huber, an offensive tackle is pursuing Shaw, (CP Wirephoto] Henderson spoils his perfect game yet By KEN KAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer Nelson Briles of Pittsburgh Pirates has done some acting during the off-season, but never played the role of Superman. lie looked the part Tuesday night, though, when pitching against San Francisco Giants. "It's really a funny feeling to be happy and disappointed at the same said Briles after losing a perfect-game bid in the seventh inning wind- Move within striking distance of leaders ms By THIO ASSOCIATED PRESS Cleveland Indians got into the whacky American East race Tuesday night employing the old mathematical axiom that if those ahead of you lose and you win, you'll gain ground. The Indians trimmed Min- nesota Tuins 3-2 while division- leading Detroit Tigers were los- ing 6-3 to Oakland Athletics, Bal- timore Orioles 20 to Cal- ifornia Angels and New York Yankees dropped a 5-4 score to Chicago White Sox. Fourth-place Boston Red Sox also made up ground by out- slugging Kansas City Royals 10- 7. In another encounter, Texas Rangers edged Milwaukee Brewers 2-1. The victory moved the fifth- place Indians to within games of Detroit. Boston is within games, New York is a game and a half out and the Orioles remained just a half game from top. Detroit hegan the month of August atop the AL East and the Tigers are still there de- spite a woeful 8-1.5 record over the last three weeks. The slump has, of course, cost the leaders. Surging Baltimore, 10-13 this onth has chopped two games i and Mickey Lolich while Nolan off the lead. Ryan's four-hitter pushed Cali- Oakland used homers by An-'forma past Baltimore, gel Mangual, Blue Moon Odorn: Tho Tigers and Athletics siir- and Joe Rudi to defeat Detroit j red up some excitement with a sevenlh inning brawl that .started when reliever Bill Slay- hack buzzed a pitch too close for Mangual's comfort. The Oakland outfielder snicl Tiger manager Billy Martin was the culprit. I never fight in my said Mangual, "I heard Martin tell the catcher to have the pitcher knock me back so if he tries to hit me, what do 1 do. Canadian team loses opener WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) San Juan utilizing a sleai of home and an infielc! single, scored two second-inning runs Tuesday and went on to a 3-1 opening-round victory over Windsor, Ont., in the Little League World Scries. An! onio Lopez s cored thft Puerto Rican team's first run on the front end of a double steal. Eric Uosado stole second on the same play, went to third on a sacrifice and scored on an infield single by Roberto Riv- era. In the third, second baseman EduarrJo Santos led off with a homer that just cleared the left field wal) for San Juan's final ng up with a one-hitter to heat he Giants 1-0. That one line drive by (en Henderson off first bis G-- man Willie Klnrgell's glovc- .urned out to be the or.ly base- off Briles, an actor and night ctub pariurmer when he Lsn't playing baseball. Pittsburgh stayed JHi games in front of New York in the Na- League East race. The McLs also won Tuesday night, heating Houston A.slros '3-2 for the second .straight time. Elsewhere, Cincinnati Red1 moved to EUI advan- tage in the West over Houston by stopping Montreal Expos 5 3, Atlanta Braves trimmec Philadelphia Phillies 11-7, Chi I've goi to protect myself." Mangual rushed Slaybacfc a nd the brawl was on In Eights breaking out all over the field. "If Mangual was so said Martin, "why didn't he fight me? "I had him hackee, up against the wait and he said 'No. No.' He wouldn't fight Why not? He figured he'd ge! beat, that's why." Oakland's victory kept them one-half game ahead of Chicago in the AL West. The While Sox erased a lour-run New York lead and beat the Yankees with Dick Allen's 31st home run of the season deciding the game. cafif) Cubs defeated vSan Diego Padres 4-3 and Ixis Angelc? Dodgers nipped St. Louis Cardi r.als 10. Brilos, winning his 12th garni IT'S SHOWROOM CLEARANCE TIME! Delayed arrivals from Japan have overloaded Suzuki dealers so right now they are offering great year end deals on many models-which means great savings for you. See your Suzuki dealer and get the deal of the year! BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 Ave, S. 327-3221 Closed Monday, Opon a.m. to p.m. Thuri. ontl a.m. ta p.r Open A Total of Hours A Wock To Servo You "Serving 1. Alborra For 35 Yoeiri" in 17 decisions llii.s year, ro- lied the first 20 Giants before Henderson ripped one off Star yell's glove. It extended lion [lerson's hitting streak to J' games. "It was hit rca! well, hut in rrij' own mir.d I should hav caught said Starfjeli, doubled in the game's'only ru: in the first. "There wns ju.st n> time to slick the glove rmii.Ks SAVF.D Second baseman Dave Cas' and shortstop Jackie Hernanc'e earlier made some play to steal potential San Francisc hiLs. Johnny Bcnchj Pete Hose an Kill Plummer .slugged bom runs to power Cincinnati pas Montreal, sparkling ciaHo from Reds manager Kparky An tier son. :We are in a position whcr we can win the Nation; West pennnnt by ou selves .said Amtcr.soi We're JO game-i up in the lo: column and that's all I'm ri ed a bout. I'm not wo rrie bout the other column.11 He is worried, hrnvcvc: possible injuries. don't wart anyone geltin hurt said Anderson, v.e he-allhy, we'll do a right." Jim Ilr homer with two out in the nint inning as Atlnnta raliicd fo .seven nuis after two out to bea Philadelphia. i run FOK Jim drove in Mel runs Tur.-.sday nigh including a single in the eighth inning that decided it. Tljr: Mc-t-s' reserve: First base- man's big lielixwt Nuw Yrirk ace Torn Seaver win iiis ICIJi game. Ferguson Jenkins fsishioned n six-hi tier, pitching Chicago over Kan Tho right- hnnrlc-r hasn't lost to (he Padres In II lifefirnf: flc-cision.s. Al fJOivning scfittoreri ninr: hits and rn'onk-d tiis third shutout this season while lead- ing Angeles over ,St. The: .stole i liix r.filh lifi.ve nf Ihe in l.hc inning In lie n major leagre rrtrrirtl sot hy 'i'y C'obh of lid or more steals :s tor i eight years. Hy GHRKY SUTTON CALGARY (CP) Jack Ahetidschan's toe and lion Lan- caster s play selection doomed Ca ry Stam [icd crs Tuesday nigM as Saskatchewan Hough- riders rallied for a 12-10 West- ern football Conference win. AUetidschan, an eight-year veteran who also plays guard, yavc the Roughriders lliclr sec- ond win in five starts and a share of second place wilh a 34- yard field goal at of the- final quarter. But it was Lancaster, the scrambling quarterback, who set up the play following a 10- y a rd field go at by Ca! g ary 's Larry Robinson which had given the Stampcders a 10-9 lead wilh less than two minutes remaining. Lancaster, who used the screen pass with success throughout the evening, starlet! the winning march from the Koughios' 35. Five plays later, including a 31-yard screen to Bobby Thompson, Ihe Roughies were deep in Calgary territory. Abendschan had little trouble getting his 113th career field goal from directly in front of the posts. TIED FOR SECOND It was the second defeat in four games for the Stampeders tied for second with the Rough- riilers and Winnipeg Blue Bomber with four Undefeated Edmonton Eskimos lead the WFC with six _ points ar.d British Columbia ons are last with two on a m and three defeats. The Stnmpcdcrs had nothing it praise for Lancaster who ompletcd 20 of 29 passes foi .I yards. "He's a fantastic quarter said Ron Payne, Cal ary's offensive couch. "He's probably the best ic country and will continue tc 0 as long as his arm holds up worked on our weaknesses I've never seen the screen ass work that well so o: en." Gonlie Rarwell scored thi nly touchdown for the Rough idcrs on a 10-yard pass froi ancastcr in the first quarter added a coiwer nd n single on a wide ficl ;rjal attempt, while punter A ;i n Ford booted a 55-yar ingle. TOPS FOR SHAW Flanker Gerry Shaw got Ca fary's touchdown on a fou anl pass from quarterbac eny Keeling. It was Shaw 1 ft h touchdown thi s year an ho mo.st he has scored sine oining the Stampeflers in 1966 Robinson completed Ca scoring with a field go inrl a convert. He also vide on 'a 41-yard field goal a empl in the third quarter. The game, the opener of lome-and-home series whic ncludcs in Kcgina Sunday, anything liut exciting. Tlic )uglilcs 7-0 first quarter, 0 at the half mid 9-7 after rcc quarters. A fumble by Lancaster late the third quarter, which set up Shaw's touchdown, and an Interception by Calgary's Frank Andruski on the Sas- katchewan paved the way for Robinson's field goal- prevented a boring night for fans. SASKATCHEWAN 13 CALGARY 10 5ASK. CAL nrst downs 1? 15 Ynrds rusfilm....... 70 91 Ynrds ntnln'u 294 17-29 9J4 mhlcs-losl nlra-sqnad game lacked punch Sinden not disheartened IAN Macf.ATNK TORONTO (CI1) Harry ncien wasn't disheartened lonilay niglit when Ms Whites efcaled John Ferguson's Reds 5 in Uie first o( ilirce intra- juad gEimcH Team Canada lays before meeting the Hus- said Esposito who said lie was hurting from a couple o( shots lie handled in the hall e he played. ANKLE INJURED Wayne Cashman of the Reds was the IOBB casualty when lie slopped a shot with his right ans. There was little robust play ml defences for lioth sides rerc guilty of losing ttie puck n (rout of their respective goal reascs. It'll come when the opening uz7.cr said Sinden, oncrul manager-coach of tlio ollccUoii of National Hockey players will face 10 Soviet squad in an eijjht- ame exhibition series in Sep- cmbcr. Team Canada is using the hreo intra-squad games at rlaple Leaf next wo are Saturday arid Tuesday jghts-as a tnnc-up for the ong-awaited scries bringing to- ether Canadian professionals md Russian amateurs for the irst Ume. "For a first shot at a game, o get a little atmosphere, we lid pretty Sinden de- clared in a post-game inter- view. But what surprised the nearly fans who sweltered .hrough 85-degrec temperatures was the almost total lack of hody contact. WOVE FOR KUN Not a check was thrown in anger ard Boston Bruin team- rnatcs Phil Esposito and Don uTcy tried to instill some life nto the workout by shoving one another in mock anger. Ah, we were just Esposito admitted. Red Herensnn led the Whites the frcc-scorinR exercise with two third-period goals that sent the winners into a lead. I'cter Mahovlich scored the fi- nal into an empty net. Hod Gilbert, Ron Ellis, Joce- lyn Gucvremont, Mickey Red- mond and Bobby Clarke also scored for the Whites. Phi! Es- posito, with two, .lean-Paul I'a- risc, Bill Goldsworthy and Yvan Cournoyer connected for the Reds. Goaltender Tony Esposilo agreed both sides looked little rusty, but the liming is coming" "J'.ut the shooting is really ankle. He was sent to hospital (or x-rays but the Ciardcns' medical staff diagnosed the In- jury as "a severe bruise." "II must have been 90 out said Kd Johnston, wtio replaced Esposilo iti the Whiles' goal with the score tied 3-3. "Hut it was a good game, considering it was the first. "With guys like these, (hough, the only way to check them is to step in their way. Let them freewheel like they did rind you know what's going to happen.'1 TODAY'S GAMES AM.lnt. (20) at Philadelphia (7-0 of Men- mpson L (3-4) Cincinnati Si tre.il t-J Houston Oterfcer (11-7) at N KoQsm.in (8-7) ppas (9-7) nl Sa Lumber- Jacks, Silverwood win Dlcrjc Louis Durham 0-5) at Los An geki Singer (4-12) (7-7) Bf Fran- VJillouflhby TUESDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati vn S II I Montreal 000 3 0 1 G r I ml cy 11- i) Dor ben (8) a ru Mummer; Morion (5-11) Marshal (8' :nd Humphrey, HRi Cin f2B) Rcie fJ) PPurn nei (11; Woods AllAnla Oil )M U i Philadelphia (HO CJQ 7 13 I Rctd (11-17) JfirvX nnd '.Vil- Brandon. Scarce f-5) Wihd fl-l) (E) Srlma f9) and Riifrmflr HRs: f9) Lum (8) Dreaz- eale Houston ICQ 1M 3 7 New York 016 V'O 4 10 Robert', MO-4) York (8) ant) E wards; Eisner ttntt HRs: [12J; SI. LDUlS OM 0 9 Lot Angclcj 1M 010 OCO----- 1 7 VJise (11-1.0 and (7-6) and Cannlnaro. Pilliburgh 1DO Wi 1 R Fr.inclsco OCO OM 0 1 1 S HI nnd Radcr. IlilCftqO 010 Oil 4131 .an Dicqa 003 CCO 3 6 1 Jsr.liins (IB-ID) and Hendricks; Arlln B-16) (i) and Kendall. MR: Morale? LEAGUE LEADERS TODAY'S GAMES Cnlifcrni.i ft.n'f fS'9) af BalHrr.ori almrr flfrfi) lllylcvcn {IO-1SJ at Trxas [A 9) at (35) eonlcn (10-9) cr Tfant (7-4J Oily Nelson {6-1) Oakland (6-5) a r Detroit innncrmnn (8-lCi) tlevx Ycrk Sfcinemyri (12-1J) et TUESDAY'S RESULTS Collforria OC1 COO J t B limorc 0 1 I and V.MI1 and Ootcs. iniiflt.i COG 050 t 9 1 010 ICO 3 11 1 G. Chicago MtDanii 100 3 5 000 OQO I J i .108) Cox (9) and Fflhr-y (6) and Rodri k 230 oca 4 i 030 5 '0 i T KllinXoflsfci (i fe) and Dahnsen (1) Gor.iayc (30) Forsfr Bankman- HRi Silvcrwrxxl Dairies and Ad-1 .ancc Lumber Jacks earned victories in tlic first round of the ConTtneroial Slow Pitch League play-offs Tuesday nifjht. Silver-wood edged Swift's while the Ltimhcr-Jacks white- washed Ducan Industries 18-1. Silverwood and Advance will now meet in a sudden-death r.erni final match Thursday night. Don Chandler was the hero for Silvenvopd a.s he poked out a safely which -scored the win- ning run in the bottom of the seventh inninfl last night. Chandler's single gave Kim Speelman Ihe mound win over Tteg Dnmont. In the other contest, Norm Orr belted 3. JO, We CWntion) AM. 1-i. hrtlln Grnr.ife, rour.l Dlf .ircwcll, f'-vjan LArJy, 0 Oolil (A. 3J.B1 7.70, Fair HiyrJn ill 7.30. Time: I rjfd tJ'.rlli, ilar Hirk, Blue, PflciTic Wflvcs OUIHCLLA: FOURTH clfllrnlr.q, 3 olrfi, SirnVi Pie, Rrtf r-v.Ur Hiirj TPFTH year ofds nr.d up, furlong. Obliq.itlon 7.M 'ttinl To We 3.M I W, Ps- ,irit D'Or fRytroll) S 00. Time: 41. BMUCO, Polish Pod, tnrilliT Hood, Of Richmond SEVEflTIf (ftflrrol.y) 660 3. DO 3 PA Chimes (Hnrrll) 3.10, rx-ikry, flthl hrM, Artlic Johrv, Onl On Rail rnr EIGHTH CocJon Ei. B.ike Chi 71 150 .....317 10.1 Burner. LA Eanqurllen, Pqh JOf 'A. Alc'u, SL m A. 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