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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 - THI LETHBRIBOI HIRALD - Saturday, March 13, 1971 Tivo catchers suffer injuries Robinson gets the chance to be manager By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Frank Robinson, a proven baseball player, gets his chance today to prove how good a manager he is. The Baltimore Orioles' slugging outfielder who aspires to be the major leagues' first Negro manager will pilot an all-star team against New York Yankees at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. It will be Robinson's first shot a managing in the majors. He had experience with Santruce in the Puerto Rican league for three years. Baltimore team-mates Paul Blair, Dave Johnson, Andy Etchebarren and Dave Leon-hard have been excused by manager Earl Weaver to play for Robinson along with players from other Florida-based teams -Washington Senators, Los Angeles Dodgers, Montreal Expos and Atlanta Braves. Robinson appears to have an all-star cast in his first major league venture. His team also includes Hank Aaron and Clete Boyer of Atlanta; Wes Parker, Maury Wills, Willie Davis and Jim Lefebvre of Los Angeles and Date Unser, Joe Foy and Paul Casanova of Washington. TWO CATCHERS HURT Elsewhere in baseball, two catchers were hurt in Friday's action and will miss several days of spring training. Bob Stinson of St. Louis Cardinals suffered a fractured right thumb and Tim McCarver of Philadelphia Phillies hurt his index finger. The New York Mets have apparently found another pitcher to go along with their Big Two -Tom Seaver and Jerry Koos-man. Rookie Charlie Williams, only 23 and in his first big league training camp after just a few innings of pro ball behind him, provided his second strong showing of the spring with three shutout innings as the Mets swept St. Louis 7-1 Friday. Williams also hit a home run and fielded his position with precision. In other action Friday, Billy Champion proved to be another pitcher who can hit, crashing a home run and picking up the victory en route to Philadelphia's 94 rout of Detroit Tigers. RED OVER WHITE-SOX Boston Red Sox beat Chicago White Sox 5-0 behind John Kennedy's three-run homer. Fred Patek drove in two eighth inning runs with a bases-loaded single as Kansas City Royals stopped the Yankees 8-6 and Kurt Bevacqua and Willie Smith hit consecutive homers as Cin- Skiing may be missing TAPE SALE Regular F QP $7 95 O.OO MUSICLAND Cor. 13th St. and 3rd Ave. S. LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) - The International Olympic Committee met here today to thrash out the issue of eligibility and decide on the fate of Alpine skiing in the Olympics next year in Sapporo, Japan. "It will be a sad day for the Japanese people if skiing is not in the Games'," said Prince Ta-suneyoshi Takeda, the Japanese member of the nine-man IOC executive board. "I understand there have been some good developments on this issue and I am hoping that the IOC and FIS (International Ski Federation) will find some reconciliation." Avery Brundage, the 83-year-old president of the IOC, claims 10 of the world's top Alpine skiers violated Olympic rules by going to a commercial camp at Mammouth Mountain, Calif., last summer. Marc Hodler, FIS president claims they went as teachers of "elementary skiing" and not as coaches. Brundage wants them out. Hodler wants them in. The 75 members of the IOC congress have been asked to state their views on the issue by means of a postal vote organized by Brundage. The result of that vote will be announced here. Brundage,. who retires as president at the 1972 Summer Games in Munich, West Germany, said: "This is one of the biggest crises the Olympic movement has faced. We must work out the rules on eligibility." cinnati Reds scored four runs in the first inning and held off Minnesota Twins 4-3. Ted Uhlaender had a single, double, triple and homer as Cleveland Indians topped Milwaukee Brewers 10-9 in 11 innings. . San Francisco Giants stopped Oakland Athletics 4-3 as Alan Gallagher drove in the tying run with his third hit of the game and scored on a wild pitch in the sixth inning. Hector Torres' bases-loaded single, powered Chicago Cubs to an 8-7 win over California An- EXPOS LOSE Orlando Cepeda ripped a two-run double in a four-run first inning for Atlanta in a 5-3 victory over Montreal. Tom Grieve hit a grand slam homer, propelling Washington over Baltimore 9-3. Baltimore's Brooks Robinson suffered lacerations of his right forearm when spiked as he tried to tag Joe Foy at third base in the third inning. Jim Lefebvre hit a two-run homer with two out in the ninth inning, leading Los Angeles 2-1 over Tokyo Giants. Four straight hits scored three runs in the eighth and gave Panama All-Stars a 3-2 victory over Pittsburgh Pirates. lfouta changed. 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