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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE October Confident Dodgers look for sweep ANDY CAPP PITTSBURGH (AP) There's nothing like two vic- tories on the road before going home to make a team feel like the National League baseball champions. "I'm not saying we're going to sweep, but we're the Na- tional League said Jim Wynn, the power behind Los Angeles Dodgers' season- long drive that has left them one victory short of the NL ti- tle and a World Series berth after Sunday's 5-2 triumph over Pittsburgh Pirates. The Dodgers opened with a 30 win Saturday behind the four-hit pitching of Don Button. Ron Cey hit a homer, two doubles and a single Sunday to tie the playoff record of four hits in one game set by Pitts- burgh's Bob Robertson in 1971 and Willie Crawford's pinch- hit single brought Cey home with the winning run against Pittsburgh's relief ace Dave Giusti. No team has overcome a 2-0 deficit since the best-of-five intra-league playoffs began in 1969 and the Pirates task is made more difficult by the series shifting to Los Angeles. "I'd say we have our backs to the Pittsburgh manager Danny Murtaugh said after the Dodgers scored three runs off Giusti to snap a 2-2 tie. "But we've been counted out of it nine or 10 times this year, and here we are playing in the big added Mur- taugh, whose club was 14 games under .500 early in the season. Orioles, Athletics are square OAKLAND was a familiar script: Oakland A's trailing Baltimore Orioles in the American League playoffs until Sal Bando started swing- ing at Dave McNally's pitches. There were a few new wrinkles thrown in, such as two errors by the usually sure- handed Orioles. They enabled Bando and Ray Fosse to drive in four unearned runs with home runs as the A's rebound- ed from Saturday's 6-3 defeat to whip the Orioles 5-0 Sunday behind Ken Holtzman's five- hit pitching. The A's, two-time defending World Series champions, beat McNally for the second straight year to square the best-of-five series 1-1. A year ago in Baltimore, Bando homered twice against McNally, and had a third homer taken away by a leap- ing catch. Bando led off the fourth in- ning by watching two pitches miss the strike zone and then he popped up. Bobby Grich dropped the high foul. Then Bando lined a three- ball one-strike fast ball over the left-field fence, just eluding the glove of Baltimore's Don Baylor. "I thought he caught Bando said of a play that would have been a rerun of Al Bumbry's leaping grab in the second game of the 1973 playoffs in which Holtzman outpitched McNally, 6-3. Fosse hit a double in the seventh inning and the three- run homer in the eighth off Grant Jackson. An error by substitute shortstop Frank Baker kept the inning going for Fosse. The playoffs move to Balti- more Tuesday for the third and fourth games, plus a fifth, if necessary, Thursday. Oakland sends left-hander Vida Blue, 17-15, against Baltimore's Jim Palmer, 7-12, Tuesday. Blue is winless in four deci- sions as a post-season pitcher, and Palmer, last year's AL Cy Young Award winner, started 1974 with a sore arm. Grich, Robinson and Paul Blair hit home runs Saturday to lead the Orioles to victory against Oakland's Jim Hunter. Blair homered in the first inning and Robinson hit another leading off the fifth. Grich hit a two-run homer to wrap up the Orioles' four-run fifth. Grich also doubled with one out in the fourth and scored on a single by designated hitter Tommy Davis. Left-hander Mike Cuellar allowed seven Oakland hits over the first eight innings before Ross Grimsley came on in relief. Bert Campaneris had three of the hits off Cuellar and drove in all the runs for Oakland. The Dodgers led 2-0 into the Pirates' seventh Sunday, and Pittsburgh's 15 scoreless in- nings matched the playoff record they set in two games against Cincinnati in 1970. The Pirate famine ended in the seventh inning when singles by Paul Popovich, Richie Zisk and Al Oliver helped Pittsburgh pull to a 2-2 tie against Dodger starter Andy Messersmith. However, Murtaugh had to sacrifice starting pitcher Jim Rooker for a pinch-hitter in that inning, and the Dodgers broke the game open in the eighth against Giusti. Cey, who made two errors in the Dodgers' first-game victory, opened the inning with a double into the left field corner. He then beat catcher Manny Sanguillen's throw to third on a ball tapped weakly in front of the plate by Bill Russell and scored on Craw- ford's bloop single to left. A single to right by Manny Mota then chased Giusti and scored Russell, before Dave Lopes stroked another jingle off rookie Larry Demery to score Crawford with the final run. Dodger relief ace Mike Mar- shall shut out the Pirates over the final two innings. The Pirates will pin their hopes on Bruce Kison, 9-8, when the series resumes Tuesday, while the Dodgers will counter with Doug Rau, 13-11. In Saturday's game, Sutton also helped out in both of the Dodgers' scoring drives. X LIKE TO THINK THERE'S A LITTLE BIT OF SAD IN ALL OF MY FAITH IN HUMAN NATURE-" THE VICAR? If74 Duly Mirror Ud Andrew Out Piibl thrit Hall Lions have little trouble with Stamps By THE CANADIAN PRESS While British Columbia Lions confidently turned aside Calgary Stampeders Sunday, Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Saskatchewan Roughriders showed the strain of the scramble for the last playoff spot in the Western Football Conference. The Lions moved into sole possession of first place with a 20-7 win in Calgary over the cellar-dwelling Stampeders. British Columbia now has 16 points but has played one more game than the second- place Edmonton Eskimos who have 14. The Lions dominated play and Monroe Eley, the game's top rusher with 128 yards on 16 carries, scored a touchdown on a 15-yard pass from quarterback Don Moorhead and got another on a 12-yard third-quarter demonstration of power running. In Winnipeg, the Roughriders held a 21-0 lead at of the second quarter. But the Blue Bombers won 24- Nowisthetimeto count yourself in, You want your money to do something for you. Whether your first concern is a good return on your savings or having your money available, you'll find what you need at Bank of Montreal. True Savings Account This earns you a record per annum from the day you open your account. You eliminate the temptation of writing cheques, but you can withdraw your money any time you really need it. Interest is based on your minimum monthly balance and credited to your account twice a year. Chequable Savings Account The best of both worlds. You can use it like a current account and still earn 3% per annum interest based on your minimum half- yearly balance. And at Bank of Montreal, you get that interest no matter how low that balance goes. It's paid semi-annually. Monthly Income Plan For additional monthly income. For a minimum you get a monthly cheque of on our 5-year plan (8Vt% per annum simple interest as of September Of course you can cJeposit more to receive more each month and you can invest for periods of from 60 days to 6 years. And, at the end, you'll still have the original principal. Check us for current rates and options available. Come and see us. Let us show you what we can do for you. The First Canadian Bank Bank of Montreal 21 to deadlock the two teams in crucial third place with 12 points each. Saskatchewan, however, has played two more games than Winnipeg. And in their three meetings this season, the Bombers have a 2-1 key factor if the teams finish the season with the same points totals. Veteran George Reed ran for 141 yards and a touchdown in the first half for Saskatchewan. Ron Lancaster' passed 10 yards to newcomer Rhett Dawson for the game's first major, ending a 79-yard 11-play march. The other Saskatchewan touchdown was scored by defensive tackle Tim Roth, who had the ball kicked into his arms when Winnipeg punter Walt McKee bobbled a snap. Roth rambled 13 yards for his second touchdown of the season. Jim Washington, Bob Larose .and Tom Scott all scored touchdowns for the Bombers and McKee kicked a single and a field goal. ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY PUBLIC HEARINGS into the Use of Pesticides and Herbicides in Alberta On Monday October 28, 1974, a series of public hearings will commence into the use of herbicides and pesticides m Alberta. Users and producers, plus members of the general public are encouraged to attend the hearings and present a brief or submission. t Objectives f; The primary objective of the hearings is to enquire into me present policies and programs of pesticide and herbicide use. The benefits of use are to be weighed against the hazards that may develop from continued and widespread application of these chemical compounds with a -view to ensuring that future social and economic development is in keeping with'the goals of environment conservation Information Available To assist the public in preparing statements the Authority has issued eight information bulletins, on display at the fifty Environment Conservation Authority information centres located in Alberta public libraries throughout the province Coptes of the bulletins may be obtained from the Environment Conservation Authority offices in Edmonton This notice is supplemental to the notice published on Tuesday. July 30. 1974, m all major papers in the province Hearing Dates And Locations Ali hearings will commence at a.m. Doors will be open for registration at a.m. Monday. October 28.......EDMONTON.................Club Room. Ed. Jub Aud. Wednesday. October 30.. LETH3RIDGE ...............4 H Building Friday. November 1.......MEDICINE Building Tuesday. November 5......CALGARY..................Club Room. Cal. Jub. Aud. Thursday. November 7.....DRUMHELLER...............Knox United Church Hall Friday. November 8........THREE HILLS................Lodge Room. Comm. Centre Tuesday. November 12.....RED DEER..................Elks Hall Thursday. November 14-----STETTLER...................Masonic Hall Friday. November 15.......CAMROSE.........'.........Moose Hall Tuesday. November 19.....WAIN WRIGHT .............Centennial Hall Wednesday. November 20. .VERMILION.................Elks Hall Friday. November Hall Tuesday. November 26.....PEACE RIVER...............Athabasca Hall Thursday. November 28-----GRANDE PRAIRIE...........German-Canadian Hall January 1975.............EDMONTON.................E.C.A. Hearing Room (Supplementary Submissions) For more mformalion. please mail the coupon below jo ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY 9912 107 Street. Edmonton. Alberta T5K 1G5 Telephone- 423-2247 Please Jell me Jhe locanon Jnlormalion Cenjre in my locate J I would liVe 10 receive adduional mlormanon IOT Public Hearings Pessicides and Herbicides Albena Use erf FOR SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD VOTE: R.D. KOLESAR KOLESAR R.D. POIRIER J. (GIL) FOR: Stronger "Parent" Voice on The School Board Maintain Discipline (with respect) in Our Schools A More Flexible School Board Closer Supervision of Your Tax Dollar IrtMftod by Qw CvtfwHc Pwwrtv Action Group J. (GIL) POIRIER ;