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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE lETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, October 12, 1971 Bucs hope for new Hie as series moves to Pirate pitching no match for soaring Orioles F.MTIMOKK (M't 1'iU.i- afUT the Orioles had battered Imn'h Pirates, tlioir pitching six Pirate pitchers for 14 singles staff worn and torn, returned and an 11-3 victory Monday for iuimc for today's third game of! a 2-0 lead. the best-of-scven World Scries, Brooks Robinson and I-rank hoping to stall seems to he; Robinson each collcelod three a determined Baltimore Orioles; hits in the "JP a shuttle bus. march to a second straight world championship. Steven Ulnss got the starting Pittsburgh operating The damage absorbed by the assignmcn nt 'today in Pil'tsburgh Pirate staff was reminiscent of Sugar Kings decked twice The Lethbridgc Sugar Kings, markers from Chris McMas- who hoped to open their 1071-72 ters, Mike Clarke, Neil Lyseny Alberta Junior Hockey League! and George McCrca. schedule with victories came! Red Deer outshot the Kings home empty-handed over the 40-26 and picked up 16-29 pen- weekend. I iHics, including two majors and The Sugar Kings, currently without a home rink, opened their season dropping a 7-1 de- cision to the Edmonton Maple "We're going he said. back and "We've been in Leafs Saturday night and then, watched Ihe Red Deer Rustlers waltz to a 11-0 victory Sunday afternoon. In Edmonton Saturday night, the Maple Leafs overcame a 4-t first period deficit to defeat the Sugar Kings. 6ene Strate opened the scor- ing for the Maple Leafs early in the first period, but the Kings fought back with two goals from George McCrea and one each from RicK Austin and Mike Clarke. From that point on the Sugar Kings couldn't get. on the score- board, but gave up two gnats to Dave Garrow and one cadi tn Los Drewicti, Darell Zelin- ski. Bill Kidd and Marcel meau. Phil Wandler handled 41 Ed- monton attempts while Leafs' goalie Brent Mason stopped 34 shot" by the Kings. Sugar Kings also picked up 10 penalties, one of them being a major while the Leafs took eight minor penalties. In Sunday's encounter, the defending champion Rustlers scored all their goals in the first two periods to sink the Kings. Ken Nelson and Terry Witt- chan led the Rustlers onslaught with two goals each while Bill Greg Scott, Wilf Foord, U'ajiic Kreis, Joe Murphy and Tom Lindskoj got singletons. Thfl Sugar Kings, who trailed 5-2 after the first period and 31-4 after the second, got two goals from Ken Dodd and single' iods of play. a misconduct. Keith Delany and Jerome Keller shared "the goallcnding chores for the Rustlers while Phil Wandler and Warner Crawford manned the Kings' nets. In other games over Ihe long weekend, the Calgary Cougars thumped the Edmonton Movers 6-0 Saturday; Movers slashed the newly formed Drumheller Falcons 8-1 Sunday and the Maple Leafs dumped the Cal- gary Canucks 5-1 Monday. The Calgary Cougars were no match for the Movers as they built up period leads of 3-0 and 1-0. Jim Pratt led Ihe victors with Iwo goals with singles going to Bob 'Murray. Tom Ball, Rick Alexander and Cliff Heudrick- son. Sunday was a different story for the Movers as they cruised to the easy 8-1 victory over the Falcons. Peter Skrabyk tallied three goals for the Movers while Dave Bell, Bob Sokolowski added sin- gles. Hod Cos managed the lone Falcon goal. The Calgary Canucks suffer- ed first "loss in four starts tli: "ason as the Maple pc; in three first goals to cruise to the 5-1 vic- tory. Comeau, Ken Kozak, Ciidirist, Dave Garrow and Df'rell Zelinskl scored for the Leafs while Dan Mandryk tallied Uie lone Canuck mark- er. The Canucks were also out- shot 33-28 during the three per- these situations before." the 1970 series when Cincinnati Reds pitching fell apart and the Orioles won in five games. But there is another parallel: The Birds took 14-game winning streaks into the World Series both last year and straight at the end of the regu- lar season followed by three- game playoff sweeps. The streak reached 17 games before the Orioles lost in the j fourth game of the 1970 series and was at 16 today. But the current string doesn't dominate Baltimore's thinking. LOOKING TO THIRD We concentrate on what's said Frank Robinson. 'Next for us is the third game of the series. After that, we'll think of the fourth and a sweep." Frank, who has had five hits in Baltimore's two victories, said that the Orioles approached this series with a quiet confi- dence that stamps them as a mature ball club. "Wo were sure about our- selves before, the playoffs and before the said Robin- son. "But we're not over-confi- dent. We're happy to have won two games but we know we need two more. "We're a mature hall dub. We're professionals. When we get going like this, we're tough to stop." The Pirates found that out Monday when a blitz of base of them in the fourth and fifth innings when Balti- more sent 19 men to the plate and scored nine the game out of reach early. It. was a distinct contrast to Saturday's opener when the Ori- oles used home runs by Men' Rettenmund, Don Buford and Frank Robinson for a 5-3 vic- 13 PIRATES STRANDED The Orioles got gritty pitching Monday by Jim Palmer, who worked eight innings and left 13 Pirates stranded on base. Ri- chie Hcbners three-run homer in the eighth accounted for the only Pirates runs and that was much too little much too late. By the time Hebner c o nected, the Orioles had singled Pittsburgh into submission. In the second, hits by the Robin- sons sandwiched around a walk to Ellie Hendricks made it 1-0. fn the fourth, Frank Robinson singled and a walk and hit bats- man loaded the bases. Dave Johnson singled for two runs, finishing Pirate starter Bob Johnson. Bruce Kison relieved and walked two batters, forcing in another run before Bob Moose came on to get the Pirates out of the inning. Moose didn't make it through the fifth as the Birds bunched six more by Rel- tenmund, tying a single-inning series walks and an error for six more runs. Brooks Robinson, who had three runs batted in, added two walks to his three singles and tied a series record shared by Babe Ruth and Lou Brock by reaching base five times in a nine-inning game. FIELDING SENSATIONAL And to cap the performance, Brooks made a sensational stop to throw out Manny Sanguillen in the eighth inning. Again it was reminiscent of the 1970 ser- ies when the Reds couldn't get anything past Robinson at third base. It was enough to discourage the most optimistic manager and Pittsburgh's Danny Mur- taugh was understandably re- served. SATURDAY Pittsburgh 030 000 3 3 Baltimore .013010 5 10 Ellis (0-1) Moose (3) Miller (7) and Sanguillen; McNally (1-0) and Hen dericks. HRs: Robinson 1 (1) Buford MONDAY Pittsburgh too 000 3 MAYOR A. C. (Andy) Anderson For Continuing Sound Civic Government RE-ELECT A. C. (ANDY) ANDERSON for MAYOR Inserted by A. C. ANDERSON Johnson (0-1) Kison M) Mooso (-1) Veale (5) Miller (6) and Sanguillen; Palmer (1-0) Hall (9) and Hcndrkks. HRs: Pitl-Hebner Baltimore leads bcst-of-scven scries Player tops Nicklaus VIRGINIA WATER, England (AP) Gary Player of South Africa charged from behind to defeat Jack Nicklaus of the United States 5 and 4 in a 36- liolc final today to win the Pic- caddilly world match play golf title for the fourth time in seven ears. The little South African, one lole down after the 18-hole morning round, hit back by win- ing the first four holes in the afternoon. On three of those holes Nicklaus three-putted. Player won a first prize of Nicklaus won as runnerup. A crowd of watched the satlJe on Wentworth's ard, par-74 course. THINGS GOING THEIR WAY Baltimore players from left, Brooks Robinson, Jim Palmer and Frank Robinson are all smiles as they pose for pictures in the dressing room after Monday's 11-3 win over the Pirates. Brooks and Frank both had three hits and Palmer held the Pirates to seven hits and three runs although he was relieved in the ninth os the Orioles look the game and a 2-0 lead in the besl of seven series. Push button manager claims Oriole chief BALTIMORE (AP) Balti- more Orioles took their 11-3 World Series victory in stride Monday and Earl Weaver made a facetious reference to being a push-button manager. While the players streamed into the locker room with a hardly a murmur, Weaver was telling writers assembled in an- other room: "In the playoffs, my finger stuck on the long ball button. Today, I pushed the base hit singles button and couldn't get it off." Tlie reference was to Balti- more's attack of 14 singles, which prompted owner Jerry Hoffberge- to ask: "Where's our "What would you rather have, pitcher Pete Richert asked. "Two taters (homers) and a loss" About the only yelling after the game referred to today's clash. "Tomorrow's the big several players called out, and others offered encouragement to Mike Cuellar, the third game starter. Third baseman Brooks Robin- son, as all other Orioles, de- clined to predict a four-game sweep and suggested that Steve Blass, Pittsburgh's starter today, "is probably their best pitcher." "I'd be crazy to say we'd win four first baseman Boog Powell said. "We scored 11 runs today, not tomorrow. We can't take anything for granted." Tlie Orioles have won 313 reg- ular season games the past three seasons, and take a 16- game winning streak into to- day's game. They reached 17 straight last year before losing the fourth game of the World S'cries to Cincinnati Reds. Despite all Hie victories, in- cluding three straight pennants in Weaver's first three full years, he has never been named manager of the year. His play- ers sometimes kid him about being -n push-button manager. I request anyone who has voted for me in the past to Vote for City Council DIMNICK, Tony Inserted and endorsed without solicitation by E. S. Vaselenak MOTO SKI Tougher 7 Ways FROM Prcbco Recreation Vehicles 600 4th Avc. S LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-4421 When asked if the Orioles would ever lose again, someone called out, "the first game of next season" before Weaver could respond. "Oh, he picked up on cue. "Not the first game of the season. That would put us in second place." Jim Palmer, winning his thirc World Series game, threw 168 pitches before being lifted for reliever Dick Hall at the starl ot the ninth. "He was starting to gel Weaver said, "and he had a twinge of pain in his elbow. We may have to use him again." Bowling scores YBC BANTAM BOYS Brad Turner 200; Parry McDonald 202; David Wllks 259 Gary Gosh- inrnon 188; Allan Gepneris 181; Brent Killins 1B6; Robert Rapuano 181; Har- vie Pocza 171; Vernon Albusn 177; Rod Malchow 170. YBC BANTAM GIRLS Jan Baker 171; Kalhy Joevenaiio 203; Kairty Smyke 178; Jennifer Ma- 190; Debbie Szabo 171; Debbie An- derson 240 Sandra Hamilton 171; Paf hamilton 160; Bcv Salmon 169; Lori Chaki 191. YBC JUNIORS-SENIORS Linda Malcomson 351 Lori Palmarchuk 234 Selma Nlsh- itnvra 219; Leslie Killins 200; Adella Bessellnq 207; David Urban 157; Baden Pilling 260 Phil Pro 230; David Wells 219; Alex Gepneris 215. CPR Toff le Oseckl 255 Frank Waugh 285; Mary Hollmon 245; John Gatner 230; Ross Johnson 224; Fay Lowther 208; Alma Oberg 222; Janice. Johnson 250; Irma Ofaerg 212; Elaine Sinclair 226. YOUNG ADULTS Ken Larson 292 Ron Taylor 316 Randy Wolsloncrolt 290 (719) Ken Kurtz 325 Bruce Canfl'eld 276; Sandra Sawchuk 231; Brenda Pedersen 260 Linda Mal- comson 241 Suian McDonald 246; Roxanne Carney lib. Red Sox trade six to Brewers BALTIMORE (API Boston Red Sox and Milwaukee Brew- ers have completed a 10-playcr trade which will send Red Sox star pitcher Jim Lonborg ami first baseman George Scott lo the Brewers, Boston general manager Dick O'Connell said Sunday night. O'Connell said the olher Bos- ton players involved were out- fielders Billy Conigliaro and Joe Lahoud, catcher Don Pavletich and pitcher Ken Brett, Milwaukee players going iu the Red Sox are pitchers Marty Pattin and Lew Krausse, second baseman Tommy Harper and minor league outfielder Pal Skrable. Both Pattin and Krausse are 23 and right-handers. Pattin was 14-14 last season and Krausse 8- 12. Harper. 31 on Oct. M, has av- eraged .256 in 10 major league! seasons. Ho finished 1971 with .258 batting average, 14 homo runs and 52 runs batted in. SENIOR CITIZENS ToMie Osecki Scolty Mull Tom ArrhbDld 255 Jin Whelan 250; Jim Arthur 270; Roy La valley 262 Ruby Oseen 239 Vclma Miller 256 Felix Hofforll 270; Arie Koole 255; Arvid Oseen 2.11 Frances Bambrick 273 B AND E HARDWARE Bob Costsnzo 307 Abe Plet 282; Slicrry Clarke 26fl Ale; Kogler 293; Art Johnson 279 (722) Bob holmes 275 Bunny Ander son 276; Shirley Warner 268; Frai Sargeant 273; PafTunstall 261. DOUG'S LADIES Audrey Oueiotte 237; Marg McKa 237; Allison Wiebe 280; Ann Duva 258; Mfiry Nirolsan 212; Joyce Brown 271; Maggie Oliver Mickey Fllde! 262; Bunny Anderson 251; Ruby Oseer 271; Grace Hill 238 Irene Lyndi 275 ACT MIXED Geo Waselenak 261; Roy Hollant 215 Harvey Schweitzer 211 Brian Murkin 2B2; Mike Stevens 289 Mavis Tuttle 221; Nina Waselenak 223 Carole Homulcs 221; Linda Aspesle 231; Eleanor Dorigatli 299. FRIDAY JUNIORS Kim Prlndle 256; Frank Grelilngi 236; Garvin Beattie 216; Rlr1; 266; Tom Miklos 211; Michele Ma lean 179; Bev Passey 132; Kalie Ped rini 228. BANTAMS Kevin Prindle 257; Gcof Krokosl 210; Greg Krokosh 211; Rod Snopel 181; Robert Mlklos 176; Judy MacLear 182; Lynn Pearson 170; Kiln Chamb ers 160. TO MEET QUARRY LONDON (AP) Jack Bod- ell, newly-crowned European heavyweight boxing champion, signed today for n 10-round bout with Jerry Quarry of Rcll- flowcr, Calif., at Wembley Nov. ID. x TROUBLE Coach Sam Etclicvcrry is facing another crisis in Montreal with Aloiieitcs- See story on op- posite page. 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