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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE LETHMIDO HWALD Friday, Octobtr 1, 1970 Both Managers Concerned About Pitching Rotation Explosive World Series In The Works SUNDAY DUTY Right bander Jim McGIothin wil toe the rubber for Cincinnat Beds in Sunday's secoiu game of the World Series Lefty Mike Cuellar will pitch for Baltimore. McGIothin was 14-10 for the year ant Cuellar won 24 games. Eagleson Gies Foiil TORONTO (CP) Lawye Alan Gagleson says presiden Clarence Campbell of the Na tional Hockey League has dam aged the players by not provid ing the names of those h claims have drifted unknow ingly into association with or ganized criminals. Eagleson, who represents th NHL Players' Association, wa commenting in an interview o statements made Wednesday b Mr. .Campbell when he namet an NHL security FBI agent Frank Torpey. Mr. Campbell said fresh incid ences nf "questionable associa tions" have come to light sine his revelation last August tha two players had drifted umvit tingly into business agreements with Mafia-controlled firms. "Campbell did not inform m who the original two were o_ which players are under surveil lance or suspicion Eagle- son said. "It casts suspicion on every player. Frig Pots Tying Goal CALGARY (CP) Edmon- ton Oil Kings and Calgary Cen- tennials played a 1-1 overtime tie in a Western Canada Hockey League game before fans Thursday night. Defenceman Len Frig scored the tying goal for the Centen- nials on a power play at the mark of the third period while Doug Bentley of Edmon- ton was in the penalty box. Edmonton's goal was scored In the first period by centre Ron Malin. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates PhonA JACK FULLER 328-2515 By DICK COUCH CINCINNATI (AP) A con- v i c t i o n that "right makes might" appears to have taken hold in both camps as Balti- more Orioles and Cincinnati Reds approach the final count- down for what promises to be an explosive World Series con- frontation. Managers Earl Weaver of the Orioles and Sparky Anderson of the Reds, each acutely aware of the other's rigntrhand hitting power, had second thoughts Thursday about their long-range pitching plans for the best-of- seven series beginning Saturday at Riverfront Stadium. Jim Palmer will start on the mound for the Orioles againstMay, expressed some concern Cincinnati's Gary Nolan in a I over the readiness of Cuellar a first-game duel of young right- handers. But Weaver, who selected Palmer ahead of southpaw aces Mike Cuellar and Dave McNally to counter the Reds' 3-4-5 punch of right-hand swingers Tony Perez, Johnny Bench and Lee Cincinnati Manager Out To Prove Point CINCINNATI (AP) Sparky Anderson believes he will be representing all minor 1 e a ,g u e managers Saturday when he sends Cincinnati Reds against Baltimore Ori- oles in the World Series. "I'd like to prove minor league managers just aren't he said. "I told my wife that's why I took the job." Anderson, at 36 the younget major league pilot, guided the Reds to a club record 102 triumphs during the regular season and became the first rookie manager to win a Na- tional League flag in 24 sea- sons. "I have a good feeling for the minors. When you spend that many years (14) in them, you have to have. I don't even have a major league pension yet." "I've been where the buses stop at those all-night ham- burger he said. "I like George Scherger's comment. My coach joked one day and said, 'Skip, the steaks are too thick up here'." Anderson played seven of his nine seasons in the mi- nors and managed another five years. Anderson claims the Reds won the pennant because of his coaches, especially Larry Shepard. "The other pitching coaches Nicklaus In Semi-Finals VIRGINIA WATER, England AP) _ Jack Nicklaus, the American who has won just bout everything in golf, fired wo eagles Thursday to defeat ene Littler of San Diego, nalif., s and 4 and move into the emi-finals of the Piccadilly rorld match play chamfion- hip. Dave Stockton, reigning U.S. 'rofessional Golfers Association aampion from San Bernardino, alif., defeated defending cham- ion Bob Charles of New Zea- and 2 and 1. Lee Trevino, former U.S. pen champion, survived a late large by U.S. Masters cham- xrn Billy Casper of Bonita, alif., and won by sinking a event-foot putt on the 18th hole jr a one up victory. Tony Jacklin, British holder the U.S. Open, defeated Gary layer of South Africa, three- me winner of this tournament "P. Thursday's matches were de- ded on a 36-hoIe basis over entworth's 36-37-73 yout, 30 miles outside of Lon- n. (isso) Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magralh Drive WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Your Headquarter! For: Imperial Oil Products Fishing Licenses Stereo Tapes Garden Supplies Campftre Equipment Fishing Supplies Bar-B-0 Supplies For your convenience headquarter! for: HUNTING LICENCES and AMMUNITION We Now Fill Propane Bottles MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magralh Drive Phone 327-1046 Licensed Mechanic On Duty from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. that were here couldn't he said of Shepard. "How many guys would take Wayne Simpson, 7-13 the year before, and use him? Or Don Gullett, a year out of high school? Why didn't the other coaches keep Gary Nolan on the mound for 250 innings? "We didn't have Jim Malo- ney practically all year ei- ther. "Shep, Alex Grammas or George Scherger could all manage a big league Anderson said.. "Why aren't coaches heard of more? "Just because you have got manager above your door doesn't make you the Lord Al- his starter in game No. 2. And Anderson, who plans to go with right-hander Jim Mc- GIothin Sunday, suggested he might bypass left-hander Jim Merritt, his biggest winner, in favor of Tony Cloninger when the Reds face McNally in the Weaver Corny Leader BALTIMORE (AP) Ear Weaver of Baltimore Orioles merely a strong contender for Manager-of-the-Year honors took a clear lead today for the Cornball Award of the Dsc- ade. Just before he and the Ori- oles boarded a plane for flight to Cincinnati, where the World Series will open Satur- day, Weaver said: "As the monkey said when his tail was caught in an elec- tric fan: 'It won't be long now'." Weaver pronounced the Ori- oles fit after a gams-like workout Thursday in which eight pitchers threw their nor- mal stuff. Dave McNally, who will pitch game No. 3 next Tuesday, went seven innings in a final tuneup and allowed his mates just five hits. Mike Cuellar, the starter in Cincinnati for the second game Sunday, went only two innings and Weaver said he'd have to wait and see if that was the proper amount of work. ROTATION OFF Weaver's decision to start Jim Palmer in the series opener, plus the four-day delay since both the Orioles and Reds swept their league playoffs in three game_s, has thrown Baltimore's pitching rotation off the norm. Palmer pitched the third game of the playoffs, striking out 12 Minnesota batters in. a 6-1 victory Monday. But be- cause he is a right-hander, Palmer has been given the first game assignment against Cincinnati's predominantly right-handed hitting lineup. Cuellar will have had seven days off between starts and McNally eight, hence the hard throwing Thursday. Boog Powell, struck out twice by McNally, said of the workout: "It might be helping our pitchers, but it sure ain't helping us." "We're as ready as we can Weaver said. "We're in as good physical-condition as we've been all year." PETE ROSE Mr. Hustle and one of the key men in the Cincinnati bid for a World Series title. Telecast time for Saturday's first game is 10 o'clock, BIST. Kings Sign Shardlow Syd Hall manager of the Sugar Kings has an- nounced the signing of Richard Shardlow a promising prospect or the 1970-71 season. Shardlow suffered a shoulder njury with the Kings midway hrough the season last year md remained out of the line-up or the rest of the year. This year the speedy young- ter displayed himself in front f Scc-tty Munro and his Cen- ennials in Calgary and re- eived good comments from veryone, even Munro himself. Although he cracked the line- p he decided to return home ue to some personal problems. Ikarron Paces llanadien Win SHERBROOKE, Que. (CP) Montreal Canadiens of the ational Hockey League de- ated Montreal Voyageurs, eir American Hockey League >rm team, 5-1 Thursday in an hibition game. fuy Charron led the Canadi- i with two goals, while cques Lemaire, Yvan Cour- yer and Larry Pleau added e each. third game at Baltimore next Tuesday. _ McNally worked seven brisk innings as the American League champs breezed through an in- tra-squad game at home before preparing to depart for Cincin- nati today. Weaver used Cuellar for the last two innings, then said he was convinced McNally was ready but not so cer- tain about the Cuban screwball artist. "Two innings might set Mike up for Weaver said. "I'll just have to wait and see." Cuellar and McNally each won 24 games and Palmer took 20 for the Orioles during the season. Cuellar, however, was fie least effective and Palmer the sharpest, with a 12-strikeout spree, as the defending AL kings swept Hie. pennant play- offs from Minnesota Twins. Anderson, meanwhile, ex- plained he was leaning toward Cloninger because of the recent elbow troubles of 20-game win ner Merritt. "Merritt's elbow is still sore, the skipper said as the Red worked out on their astrotui diamond. "And anyway, wil the lineup Baltimore puts c the field, it's not much ,rf a advantage going with a lef hand pitcher." POSE A THREAT Big Boog Powell, who hit. from the left side, is the Or oles' top run maker. But righ hand hitting Frank Robinson Brooks Robinson, Merv Retten mund, Dave Johnson and Paul Blair all are formidable threats Cloninger, a 10-year Nationa League veteran who once h two grand-slam homers in a sin gle game, failed to finish any o his 18 starts for the Reds. Bu he did a good job filling th gaps when injuries sideline rookie star, Wayne Simpson McGIothin and Merritt. He fin ished with a 9-7 mark. The managers' concern ove their pitching rotation under lines the feeling among most on lookers that a free-swinging high-scoring series is in the off ing between two evenly matched powerhouses. Despite an offensive sag dur ing their sweep of Pittsburgh for the NL crown in a playof supposedly made for hitters, the Reds have proven their capacity to roll up high scores. The Orioles displayed their power by crushing Minnesota 10-6, 11-3 and 6-1 behind a 36-hit binge. Cincinnati'batted .270, Balti more .257 during regular season play. The Orioles outscored the Reds 792-775, but Cincinnati had the edge in homers, 191-179. Application for Membership LETHBRIDGE CURLING CLUB DATE 10 NAME ADDRESS BUSINESS PHONE.........RESIDENCE PHONE......... WHAT POSITION DO YOU WANT TO PLAY THIS YEAR...... WHAT POSITION DID YOU PLAY LAST YEAR CURLING FEES: NOTE; This application must be accompanied by a remittance of r.l least PLEASE SEND FORM TO: LETHBRIDGE CURLING CLUB BOX 606 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Open Mon. thru Fri. p.m. Entries are filling rapidly. Please lend entries In immediately to avoid disappointment. MEMBERS ARE ASKED TO ATTEND THE OPENING STAG Wed., Oct. 14 At The Curling Rink Per Person No Change Says Fergy MONTREAL (CP) Left winger John Ferguson has de- cided to stick by his announced retirement from the National Hockey League. Ferguson, 32, met with Sam Pollock, vice-president and gen- eral manager of Montreal Cana- diens, for more than an hour Thursday, but reiterated after the meeting that the decision he announced Wednesday will stand. THE TARGET They don't expect to win it this season, but that big trophy between Vancouver Canuck goalie George Gardner and Miss Vancouver Canuck Robin Coder is the Stanley Cup. Canucks open the, NHL campaign tonight against Los Angelej with the game to be shown on the CBC national network at eight o'clock. Butlin Cracks Doivn On Coaches Munro Is Fined CALGARY (CP) Thre Western Canada Hockey Leagu coaches were fined Thursday b eague president Ron Butlir wo players were suspended an a third was placed on probe "on. Scotty Munro, coach and gen era! manager of Calgary Ceil ennials, was fined S750 for pull ng his team off the ice for 1 minutes during a game in E< monton Oct. 4. Coaches Pat Ginnell of Fli Flon Bombers and Nick Mickos of Winnipeg Jets were eac ined after fights eruptec uring an exhibition game i Sept. 25. Butlin said the coaches wen directly responsible fo le atrocious conduct of their layers and it was amazing nc ne was injured. Doug Kerslake of Edmonton il Kings and Ron Homeniuk Centennials were each sus ended for the next three ames between the two teams eeause of stick-swinging in ct. 4 game. 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