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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Oclobor 11, 1973 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD- 13 Athletics let big one get away re in the Series' New York Met manager Yogi Berra, whose tenure as manager seemed to be over early in the summer, accepts congratulations after the Mets won the National League pennant with a 7-2 win over Cincinnati Reds. Warriors' court is too slippery ASSOCIATED PRESS Golden State Warriors have established themselves early in She season as the CalamiU Bulldogs, Cougars tangle The Winston Churchill Bulldogs will be out to strengthen their hold on se- cond place in the western con- fetence of the Southern Alberta High School Football League as they face the Catholic Central Cougars Fn- day night The Bulldogs currently sport a 3-1 record for second spot while the Cougars follow close behind at 2-2 Defending champion LtMhlii Collegiate Ir- stitu'e Rams lead the three- team conference with four victories in as stalls In Friday night s eight o c1o c k encounter the Cougais will also be looking for revenge when meet head on with the Bulldogs. The Cougars had suffered a humiliating 35-0 loss to the Bulldogs in the league opener Sept 14 and would like to rcver.se the score this time around Meanwhile the pov.erfi'l Rams will be looking lor their fifth straight victory of the season as iiavel to mCuu iili- licit f'li'jdv refill The will meet the Crescent He ghls in an interlocking league match which gels under at 8 30 Jane' team of the National Basketball Association Wednesday the Warriors for the second straight right, had a game postponed because of a slippery court The court conditions were caused by moisture on a newly shellacked floor at Cobo Arena in Detroit Not only were the Warriors on hand to help spoil the Pis- tons, opener, but Tuesday night, Golden State was to open its season in Cleveland but that game was also called off because of a wet floor In other NBA games Chicago Bulls buried Kansas- Kings 105-90 Houston Rockets blitzed the Philadelphia 76ers 104-88 and Phoenix Sun defeated Seattle SuperSonics 115-111 In the American Basketball Association. Indiana Pacers defeated the New York Nets 11899 Utah Stars beat Memphis Tarns 1] 1-509 and San Diego Conquistadors Minnesota inks two MINNF Minn i Busier ilancy and J P Pansc have signed long- term contracts with tne Minnesota N o11 n SI aib general manager Wren Blair announced Wednesday It brings to seven the number of plavers who have extended their contracts with (ho National Hockey League team in the last three weeks Further contract details were not released plajers who have ex- tended contracts are Barry Gibbs Tom Reid Dennis Hex- tall .Judc Drouin. and Danm Grant defeated San Antonio Spurs 121-106 Wednesday's NBA games featured the debuts of Bill Russell as Seattle coach. John McLeod as Phoenix coach and Gene Shue as Philadelphia coach Lions, Bombers on top The first place standing in the Lethbndge Minor Football League didn't change at all after a pair of games were staged at Henderson Stadium Wednesday night The Lions and Bombers still remained tied for top spot as they i egisiered their fifth vic- tones in six starts The defending champion Lions scored a hard-Sought 26- 13 d e c i s o n over the S t a in p e d e r s while the Bombers stomped the St Mary's Kagles 40-0 Dave Stevens Dave Rae, Pat McCune and Kevin Miller rambled for a major score each for the Lior.i- whi'e Mark Rowc added two converts Tim with a touchdown along with Glen Leffingwell's touchdown and convert gave the Stamps then 13 points In the second contest of the evening. Tim Gross and Ken Lang tallied two major scores apiece to lead the Bombers to their easv win over the Eagles Meve Supina and Mike Rath added solo efforts for six pomls each while Earl Ingar- neld chipned in with four con- verts OAKLAND (AP) The game that got away from Oakland Athletics forced the American League playoffs into the finale today of a baseball series where the un- usual out-distanced the ex- pected and home run hitters haven't been the sluggers. Catcher Andy Etchebarren and second baseman Bobby Gnch provided the power Wednesday that won 5-4 for Baltimore Orioles after the Athletics had led 4-0 through six innings and Vida Blue had given up only two singles Etchebarren hit a three-run homer that tied the score in the seventh and then Grich led off the eighth with a blast off reliever Rollie Fingers that also cleared the left field fence in the Oakland Coliseum. The day before, Oakland shortstop Bert Campanens homered in the llth for a 2-1 victory Today, the Orioles face the A's ace right-hander Jim (Catfish) Hunter who was 3-0 against them in a 21-5 season even though Baltimore slammed eight home runs from his offerings The Orioles, who saw their ace Jim Palmer blasted in the second inning Wednesday, rely on Doyle Alexander 12-8 To Alexander's credit he was 1-0 against the A's and allow- ed only five hits and one earn- ed run in the 13 1-3 innings he pitched against them in the regular season The playoffs go an extra day in deciding who will meet the National League champion New York Mets in the World Series because of a ramout Monday. Etchebarren hit only two home runs during the regular season and said of his hit off Blue. "I was looking for a fast ball and he threw me a curve I don't know why I swung at it, but I just adjusted to it and swung His homer drove in Don Baylor and Brooks Robinson ahead of him and the latter had already knocked in the first Baltimore run Then Grich, with 12 homers during the 162-game regular season. homered off a Fingers fast ball "It was not quite close enough said the right- hander when asked if the pitch was close to where he wanted to put it While Etchebarren and Grich took the batting honors, the Orioles came up with a pair of fine relief pitching per- formances from Bob Reynolds and Grant Jackson Reynolds took over in the second inning and gave up only one run in 4 2-3 innings Jackson, a southpaw, came on in the seventh with two runners on base and one out and retired Jackson and Gene Tenace, the home run slugger of last year's World Series Jackson became the winn- ing pitcher as the Orioles overcame the four-run lead with just eight outs to go Before Robinson's seventh- inning single. Williams had a chat with his pitcher "I wanted to calm him down and talk with catcher Ray Fosse." the manager said 'He told me Blue was pitching verv well Etchebarren followed Robinson to the plate and hit Blue's first pitch 390 feet over the left field fence "Blame, me I iet him pitch to one batter too many, Williams declared Baltimore 000 000 410-5 8 0 Oakland 030 001 7 0 Palmer Reynolds (2) Watt (7) Jackson (1-0) (7) and Etcheberran Blue. Fingers (0-1) (7) and Fosse HRs Bal (1) THREE FEATHERS Feathers. The light fantastic. What improves the light, gentle taste of a four year old whisky? Blending it with the mellow smoothness of an eight year old. And only Three Feathers does it. Sij) the light fantastic. Heroes for the victors Bobby Grich, right, who clouted the winning home run, and Andy Etchebanen, who homered to the score are a happy pair in the Baltimore Etchebarren surprised OAKLAND (AP) Andy Etchebairen hit a pitch he wasn t expecting and Bobby Gnch hit a fastball he was looking for to provide the Baltimore home runs that gave the Orioles their 5-4 vic- tory over Oakland Athletics had them OAKLAND (AP) 'I thought we had it and I was mentally counting m v monev a disconsolate Jackson admitted in the Oakland Athletics clubhouse "Then we didn't The room was quiet Wednesday as tne star right fielder added had a four-run lead and just eight outs to go That's when Baltimore Orioles broke out of the con- trol of Oakland pitcher Vida Blue and charged to a 5-4 vic- tory thai squared their American League playotl series at two games apiece Catcher Andy Etchebarren hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning after one run already had scored and Bobby Gnch hit a solo in the 385-foot dme that won the game It came off reliever Rollie Fingers and, as he sat in front of his locker, the A's right- handed reliever said it "wasn t close enough to where I wanted it CURVE HUNG Etchebarren's blow came off a hanging curve the first pitch the southpaw Blue threw inm in the seventh Before that inning Blue had given up only two singles but he commented "I pitched bad the whole game Manager Dick Williams said he plans to go with vir- tuallv the same batting order in the finale today against Baltimore righthander Doyle Alexandei 1 I might change the designated hitter" he said "and maybe use Alou 01 Pat Rourque D e ro n Johnson, the designated hitter in the first (wo Oakland games struck out swinging his first two times at bat Wednesday and was taken out for a hitter Asked if he s ever had a more disappointing game. Williams replied You have some g.imt'.s throughout the season thai are tough to take, bin we bounced back Wednesday and evened the American League playoff series Etchebarren's three-run homer off Vida Blue cleared the left field fence about 390 feet away to tie the score at 4- 4 in the seventh inning. Gnch led off the eighth with one to almost the same spot against reliever Rollie Fingers "I don't know why I swung at it. but I just adjusted to it and swung said Etchebarren He said he was "looking for a fast ball and got a hard slider or hard curve about knee level" on the first pitch "I think I was out in front a little bit with my swing." said Etchebarren "f was just hop- ing for a base hit to make it 4- 2" BLANKED FOR SIX The Orioles, blanked by Blue through six innings had a run in on a walk and singles bv Don Baylor and Brooks Robinson Manager Earl Weaver of the Orioles said he 'didn't even see Grich's game- winning blow because someone walked right in front of me just then I looked and saw it going out and thought Good' Now let's get some more They didn't, but reliever Grant Jackson kept Oakland scoreless to set up today's deciding fifth plavoff game here Grich said "Basically. Fingers was trying to throw me high fast balls inside I hit a fast ball right down the middle, and I knew it had a chance to go out While I was running down to first I was giving it some coaxing, yelling 'Get out of here Get out of here'" Weavei admitted he was pesirnistic about the Orioles chances going into the seventh because Blue looked like he was throwing good and having one of his days We have some good cuts at him, but weren't getting any runs HAD GOOD STUFF The Baltimore manager said his starter, Jim Palmer, was "all right physically and when he warmed up in the bullpen I thought he had pret- ty good stuff." Oakland drove Palmer off the mound with a three-run rally in the second "i just made bad pitches Palmer said "I had a better fast ball and breaking stuff warming up than I did in the opener, but it deserted me when I got out on the mound Palmer who blanked Oakland 6-0 on five hits in the opener, added his pitches "were right down the middle and when I tried to trick Dick Green he hit a slider CHAMP MEETS ITALIAN LOS ANGELES (AP) Rodolfo Gonzalez will defend his World Boxing Council lightweight championship Oct 27 against Italy's Antonio Puddu at the Sports Arena. dressing room. The two sparked the Baltimore Orioles to a 5-4 win over Oakland Athletics to force a fifth game in the American League playoff Defensive story CONTACT By JIM WHITELAW The Lethbndge Collegiate Institute Rams' defensive philosophy endeavours to make themselves defensively strong from end to end and therefore, control what the offensive team wishes to do If we can prevent a team from penetrating for good yardage from end to end then we know that they will end sweep us and also try to pass against us We try to be strong from end to end by selecting our strongest personnel for those positions and also by working on numerous drills By forcing a team to run wide and to pass, we feel we are making a team do what we know they will do thus giving us an advantage High schools generally speaking do not pass for a very high percen- tage, for example in the last two games one team passed for four completions out of 20 and the other two out of nine Our defensive halves and ends have averaged over two interceptions a game with Kelly Wilde having picked off five passes With the low number of passes completed but with fwo interceptions a game, a team often loses more than thev gam However, a pass can often result in a very quick touchdown and we have to be very careful in our coverage especially against passes thrown by Derek Redman quarterbacking the experienced Winston Churchill Bulldogs Our philosophy seems to work as very few teams last year scored on us and this year just five touchdowns in five games We held one good running team to 198 yards with 95 yards oc- curring in the last eight minutes against our second and third string boys Three of the five touchdowns have been against these same fellow but this is where the second stringers get valuable experience for next plus added incentive to prac- tise We will often work out of a six man line and its variations, the Oklahoma 5-4 the eight man line and periodically will stunt However stunting can often hurt a team if performed at the wrong time A coach can tell if his defense is doing a job if they hold a team to moderate gains but regular long gams means good execution on the part of the offensive team or generally a breakdown of assignments on the part of the defensive club All the clubs in our conference have improved their defenses considerably and in the next three the fans can expect to see even better defense because of consistency of coaching and the minor league is improving in calibre every vear Ballard saw game TORONTO (CP) Harold Ballard president of Maple Leaf Gardens who learned earlier in the day he will be gi anted parole Oct 18. was a spectator Wednesday night at the National Hockev League game between Toronto Maple Leafs and Buffalo Sabres. Ballard was transferred last week to Montgomery Correc- tional Centre from Millhaven minimum security peniten- tiary near Kingston after serving one year of a three- year sentence for theft and fraud involving from the Gardens Ballard was on a daily pass, granted from 8 a m to mid- night, and had to return the centre almost immediately after the game It was the first actual game Ballard, 70, had seen in almost a year In an interview between 'he lirst and second periods, Ballard confined his rom.irks to hockin 1 We 11 be in the finals playoffs Ihis vear he said about the Maple Leafs, who beat Buffalo 7-4 in their season opener Ballard baid he felt "fan- tastic" but declined to com- ment on his forthcoming parole Bowling CAPRI BOWL DON WILSON'S JUNIOR SHOP Jane: Koole 264 Pat Leclaire 251 (710) Rose Jarvis 235 Evelyn Coutts 279 (6S7) Elaine 230 Pal Plomo 245 (664) Grace Van Dyk 272 (684) Eloise Ives 262 Jen Hegi 244 (640) Eileen Carter 310 Hertha Maison 225 Alma Tolley Mane Barnett 220 GORDIE'S MENS Roy Kamiiomo 308 (740) Oresl Yurchak 30B (756) Bill Hleuka 294 (663) Ed Henderson 251 Bill Hamlio-1 280 (778) Jack Smeed 284 (7BG) Join Enrksoi 232 (723) Al Peii'sop 8? Bruno Gaceda 272 Abe bn-s 2TJ (731) S g Drb'or 273 (682) Gill Frrtnus 279 (671) Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I 1-b 2-Robert Bourassa 3-a 5-Yes one more PART II 1-b 2-e 3-c. 4-a. 5-cl PART III 1-d 2-c 3-b 4-e, 5-a PICTURE QUIZ External Affairs Min- ister Mitchell Snarp ;