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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THI KTHMIDOI HKALD Monday, Odobep I, 1770- ANDY Puts On One-Man Shoic Against Pittsburgh WHAT A GORSEOUS DAV Not Shouting For Chamnaflie j (AP) Cincin nati holds a 2-0 lead over Pitts burgh today in the best-of-five National League playoff. Bu Pirate Manager Danny Mur laugh says he isn't ready to sir his throat and Reds skipper Sparky Anderson isn't shouting for the champagne. Murtaugh, the doughty Pitts-aurgh boss, was shaving after Jie Pirates 3-1 loss to the Reds Sunday, the second straight defeat in their home stadium, when someone asked him it' il was tiiroat-slitting time. "No retorted little Danny, careful to lower the razor as he spoke. "I thought this was three out of he added. 'We've won hree in a row a lot of tunes. I know it's tough, but you never give up until there are no chances left." Anderson should have been supremely confident, needing one victory and with the rest of he series scheduled in River rront Stadium here. If he was, he managed to hide t. Sitting behind a desk in his visiting team office, the Reds' >ilot explained Us uneasy were beat by S'an Diego hree straight (at San o why can't Pittsburgh beat us hree he asked. PITCHING SOLID While Cincinnati has won the irst two games in the series, he Reds didn't do it in Big Red lachiiie with power. In-tead, they won with solid pitching and scratched for runs. In the second game Sunday, it vasn't the big bats of Johnny lench or the power of Tony Perez that turned the trick. It vas a one-man show by Bobby Tolan, a St. Louis Cardinals dis-ard two seasons ago. The slim, 170-pound Tolan, who led the major leagues in ;olen bases this season, turned n his speed in the third to pro-ide the Reds' first run. He singled up the middle, ;ole second and continued to hird when Pittsburgh catcher flanny Sangm'llen threw the ball nto centre Pirates' starter, lefty Luke Walker, was upset and lie uncorked a wild pitch, Tolan scoring. Tivins On In the fifth, Tolan slammed a home run to make it 2-0. After the Pirates closed the Of gap 2-1, Tolan singled in the eighth and, with a .burst ol speed, scored all the way from first on Perez' double. inking M Harmon hit into the left field bleachers and Tony Oliva slammed the next pitch into the left centre seats. "I try to forget those said McNally, who also singled to drive in the Orioles' fourth and deciding run in the VB BWB In addition to Tolan, the Reds' hero list .included 19-year-old Don Gullett, who still can't believe he's pitching in a National innesota Oliva trimmed Baltimore's lead to 4-3 and it stayfid that way until the ninth. Williams and Ron Perranoski held off the Orioles until the ninth, when the latter was raked for five runs before Johnson homered off Luis Tiant. The game was marked by the return to duty of the six umpires assigned to the series after their one-day boycott involving a pay dispute. The regular umps walked into the first rhubarb of the and it was a dilly. When Perranoski came out of the bullpen at the start of the eighth, plats umpire Biil Haller was asked by Orioles Manager Earl Weaver to examine the reliever's pitching hand. Haller found what he described as "pine tar" and Perranoski was sent to the Twins dugout to have it removed. "I don't blame him for trying to said Weaver. "Anything extra you do in this game is going to make you more money. But when you get caught, you're caught." "I don't use- pine seethed. "I use resin and spit. I've bron putting it on my for 10 yeai j and no one has said anything to me about t until th" little wise guy (Weaver) comes alor-SATURDAY Baltimore 020 701 000-10 11 0 Minnesota no 130 t 11 2 Cuellar, Hall (1-0) (5) and Hen-rjricks; Perry Zepp (4) Hi Williams (6) Perranoski (9) and Mittermald. HRs: Bal-Cuellar, Bu-ford, Powell; KPIIebrew. SUNDAY Baltimore 16! 100 13 0 Minnesota 000 300 000- 3 t 1 McNally and Etcheharren; Hall, Zepp (4) Williams (il Perranoski (81 Tianf (9) and Milterwald. McNal-y. Hall. HP.s: Bal-F. Robinson, Johnson; Killebrew (2) Oliva. m w League playoff when only las year he was a high schoo had it in mind to be a big eague said the curly haired teenager, "but I figura it would take three or fora years." Gullett relieved In the sbitli with one run home and the Pir ates still threatening. There were two on base with power-lilting Willie Stargell coming to he plate. The left-Siander fired a fas jail, and flied out. Gul ett finished up 314 innings o relief without allowing a hit. Tolan slightly sprained his left ankle while scoring in the eighth, but continued in the ;ame. He said he'd be in the ine-up today. Anderson said Toriy 9-7, would start for the teds in today's third game, while Murtaugh will go with Bob Moose, 11-10, or Bob Veale, 0-15, depending on how Moose's ender elbow feels. ATURBAY Cincinnati 000 000 000 3-S Pittsburgh 000 000 000 1 0 Nolan (1-0) Carroll and Bench; Ellis (0-1) Gibbon (10) and Sanguillen. UN DAY Cincinnati 001 010 010- 3 1 1 Pittsburgh 000 001 1 5 1 Merrill, (1-0) Carroll (6) Guile t 6) and Bench; Walker (0-1) Gius-1 (8) and Sanguillen. HR: Tolan. IT WOUi.0 BE, IF THE LAVABOUfS WEREN'T BALTIMORE (AP) Minnesota Twins were shackled by smooth-throwing Dave McNally Sunday and shaken by his free-swinging Baltimore mates as they lost 11-5 in the second game of the American League championship playoffs. McNally tossed a six-hitter and the streaking Orioles scored seven runs in one inning for the second time in as many days to rout the Twins Sunday for a 2-0 lead in he best-of-five series. The Twins, victims of a three-game Oriole sweep in last j'ear's confrontation of AL division champs, need- three stnjght victories at Baltimore, beginning today. "From where I stand right said Minnesota Manager Bill Rigney with a shrug, "I'll settle for one hi a row." The second game, a one-run struggle going into the ninth inning, deteriorated into a copy of Baltimore's 10-6 slam- in Saturday's scries opener when Boog Powell's two-run double and a three-run homer by Dave Johnson helped assure the East Division champs' 13th consecutive victory. "Give them an they get for nothing-and hey find a way to score in >unches." said the dispirited Rigney. The Orioles, who won their ast 11 regular season games, loped to apply the crusher :oday behind 20-garne winner Jim Palmer. He finished the Twins last year with an 11-2 riumph. Rookie Bert Blyleven hoped to keep the Twins alive. "Sure, I'U settle for nine Palmer said. "Anything more than two will be all Si with me. Anytime you can hold this club to two or three runs, like Dave' did. today, you've got a good chance to beat them." The Twins did all .their scoring on successive fourth-inning-pitches by McNally, a 24-game winner who beat them 1-fl in the 12-inning' middle game of last year's sweep. After a walk to Leo r ar.d doubled to launch the seven-run ninth. The homers by Killebrew Umpires To Thei PITTSBURGH (AP) Baseball's major league umpires returned to work Sunday, ending least the first umpires' strike in baseball history. The umpires agreed to work the remaining playoff games in the National and American leagues, including Sunday's, while contract negotiations continued. But the possibility of an umpires' strike remains. neither Ohub Feeney, (lie National League president, nor Jack Reynolds, the lawyer for the Major League Umpires Association, mentioned any deadline for reaching agreement, some of the umpires insisted there was one. "We'll threaten them rath another strike if they don't said Augie Donatelli. "They're going to have to reach agreement before the World added Doug Harvey. The umpires went back to work under terms of the Return ir Jobs offer from the owners. Having insisted previously that they be paid for the playoffs and for the World Series, the umpires resumed calling balls and strikes for in the playoffs. That was the original offer made by the owners, a increase over the previous year's scale. A S500 increase also has been offered for the World Series that would lift the umpire's pay at- that event to Negotiations now will resume, aimed presumably at effecting a contract prior to the World Series. "We believe they will bargain in good Reynolds said. "They have assured us that." That assurance came after a long morning for the striking umpires, 13 of whom ringed the ball park at strategic points and precipitated a situation in which ushers, ticket takers, concessionaires, groundskeepers, electricians and plumbers refused to cross the picket CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Bill Jensen 268; Hugo 'Miller 248; Snot Miller 244; Henry Bechthold 234; Emil Collin 220! Arle Koole 215; Malt Hotforth !00. ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL Bill Kolysher 231; Sandi Kolysher 231; Ed Gllchrist 225; Olive Gilchrist 202; Peggy Kirby 224; Simon Berger 232; Mary Kirkley 253; Dwayne Sturm 243; Harry Nagata 292; Marg Roth 213; Beryl Smith 224; John 210. PREBUILT SOCIAL Irene Leys 266; Brad Elder 272; Nedra Williams 238; Joe Schmalz Harvey Krause 231; Dave Hy-and 231; Lauretta Loof 22S; Bill Birks 228; VVally Piizingrilll 221; Mary Araki 204. HEPP'S INDUSTRIES Ken Malcomson 344 Randy Wolstoncroft 300 Sherry Clark 288; Louis Zezulka 253; Eugene Chol-ak 27i: Linda Malcomson 263; Wil-ma Valer 226; Norma Adams 219; an Wilson 270; Diane Wllkla 282. .JUNIOR AND SENIOR GIRLS Adella Besseling 270; Terrl Firth 246; Dsbbls Calhoun 258; Smith 221; Brenda Lazarich 206; Sandra W: Gloria Lazarick 202; Debbie Firth 185; Katie Pedrini 185; Laura Trent 182. B GIRLS Carol Calhoun 183; Debbie Anderson 155; Barbara Toth 173; Cindy Duval 162; Judy Rapuano 149; Cindy Pedrini 170; Kelly Gross 153; Rhonda Sillilo 158; Brenda Jackson 160; Ar-ene House 124. JUNIOR AND SENIOR BOYS Brian Anderson 265; Dave BarJon 200; Rodney Bernett 240; Rogan Scores Icalr 246; John Hoyt 194r Kelly Vay-kovlch 192; Michael Anderson 176; James Rapuano 173; Warren McEwen 174; Jack Isaac 177. B BOYS David Snopek 199; Tim Gross 172; Gordon Besselling Mark Trebble 211 Neal Nfshigawa 168; Tom Miklos 193; David Araki 156; Rod Snopek 156; Brian Jackson 163; Reg Areshenko 153. GLEHDALE BOWL HAY AGENCIES Mary Pdtvin 293 Joyce Stin-son 2B5 Kay Dsvison 260; Flo Nyquist 318 Ruby Oseerr '260; Marge1 'Mclaughlin 217; Mary Bogusky 213; Marg Held 5J3; Marilyn Hem-broff 236; Isla Welsh 222. SHOPPERS WORLD Betty Paterson 264 Mary Mor-com 285 Sandy Scattergood 295 Jean Passey 324 Jessie McDonald 227; Dena Smith 242; Gladys Berglund 233; Me! Finnerty 251; Elfreda Wlens 235; Ev Sproula 242; Blanche Kieth 261. KIMURA'S MIXED Verent McGtiie 291; Wayne Mlcnsel-s Willis Wesfergreen 235; Jim Berry 251; Laverne Block 230; Vic Haraga 228; Ann Pierson 255; Ruth Johnson 227; Ed Stanko 240; Cliff Block 261; Louise Ober 232; Joyce Gsoke 225; Wayne Graham 295. 50UTH-ALTA PRODUCE Sat Nagata 291; Jim Hiidcbrand 243; Gerry Hazke 233; Sandy Scatterqood 321 Wally Mysyk 243; Mary Mysyk Bernice Pavan 243; .'rhi Scattergood St. 233; Nick Lasfuka 235; Marlene Tremel 235; Clarence Tremel 230; Dieter Bechtold 238; Bev ClarkG WIN EDMONTON (CP) Edmonton-Oil Kings were hard-iressed Sunday night to come ip with a 3-2 victory over Medicine Hat Tigers in the pening game of the 1970 West-rn Canada Hockey League chedule. RENTALS SC.50 yO PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 V -J II 7-J 'i {r P t PT, p_ f LJ -n i- i i u i i i, i f n u "j n J ft f J 71 Duster 1970-lfs been great! Chrysler's share of new car sales highest in 14 years! TO TOP IT OFF-Exciting new cars for 71 Satellite Sebring t 71 Plymouth Fury SHOWROOM OPEN TILL 9 P.M. ALL THIS HANK PALFRY CHRYSLER VALIANT PLYMOUTH FURY DUSTER PLYMOUTH SATELLITE BARRACUDA NEW CAR DISPLAY COR. 1ST AVENUE AND 7TH STREET S. Phone 327-1591 USED CAR DISPLAY COR. 10TH STREET AND 3RD AVENUE S. Cor. 20th Street and 3rd Avenue S. KtN SHAW ;