Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
THI ItTHMIDOl HMAID Tuesday, October 13, WO Orioles Return Home In Command Of Series Robinson, Brooks, That Is, Playing The Key Role BOOG POWELL big bat booms BROOKS ROBINSON Baltimore standout The Box Scores Orioles Two Up SATURDAY'S BALTIMORE Buford If Blair Cf J Powell Ib FRoblnson BRobinsn Hendrick1 Belanger ss Rose rf Talan cf Perez 3b Bench c LMay Ib Carbo If Helms 2b Woodwrd ss Cllne ph Chansy Stewart ph Nolan p Carroll p Bravo ph Total. Baltimore Cincinnati HT a ijAmc 13 UMrtl AB R H cf Powell Ib Ib rf i rf Robinsn 3b 3b c c 4 2b ss ES Cuellar p p ph p Lopez A3 p rf cf 3b c Ib ES If 2b ss 1 ph ss ph 0 5 p Wilcox p ph p ph 102. .000.. .3 obinson, Hendricks. Saltimore "incinnati .0 3 LOB Baltimore 5, Tolan, D. Johnson. J. Powell 1, Hendricks 1, 7. 7 Cincinnati 2. LO 7, Cincinnati 4. 2B L. Hendricks. HR Tolan Bench 1. S I 0 1 0 i 10 H KB I 0 1 1 Short Sport) SPRING STARS EDMONTON (CP) Centre Dan Spring scored six goals Sunday night to lead the Ed- monton Oil Kings to a 9-5 West- ern Canada Hockey League vic- tory over Winnipeg Jets. BOLT WINS LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Tommy Bolt, 53, known for his lightning-like temper when he played on the Professional Golf- ers Association tour a few years back, won his third consecutive United States national senior open golf championship Sunday. He finished with a final round 66 for a 15-under-par total of 267 for 72 holes. MOHAWKS CLICK CALGARY (CP) Edmon- ton Huskies, defending cham- pions, were beaten 32-7 by the Calgary Mohawks Sunday in the first game of their best-of-three Alberta Junior Football League playoffs. FIRST WIN CRANBROOK (CP) Trail Smoke Eaters collected their first victory of the Western In- ternational Hockey League sea- son Saturday night as they knocked off Cranbrook Royals 7-4. Leo Ressler's two goals gave the Royals a 2-1 edge in the first period, but Trail led 6-3 after two. DYNOMH'ERS DECKED SPOKANE (AP) Spokane Jets erupted in the second per- iod to break open a close game and skate to an 8-1 victory over Kimberley Dynamiters in West- em International League Hoc- key action Saturday. Wally Souter notched Kimber- ley's lone goal. COLUMBIA SCORES MARINE DEL REY, Calif. (AP) Columbia, the Amer- ica's Cup defender in 1958, cap- tured the California Yachting Cup Sunday by defeating Can- ada's Endless Summer in the third and deciding race of the best-of-three series. EASY VICTORY SWIFT CURRENT (CP) Three players scored two goals each as Swift Current Broncos walloped Flin Flon Bombers 8-1 in a Western Canada Hockey League game before about fans Sunday. CmciNNTT AP) Brod Robinson made an error on t first ground ball hit to him tire World Series, but since the he has been notlu'ng but troub for Cincinnati Reds. Manager Sparky Anderson the Reds claims" that, the year-old third baseman is I chief reason Baltimore Oriol have taken a 2-0 lead in t best-of-seven Series. The Series moves to Bal more for the third game toda and the fourth Wednesda A fifth, game, if necessary w be in Baltimore Thursday. Robinson won Saturday's 4 opener with a seventli-innin homer. He contributed a rur producing single during Bali more's winning five-run rally 111 the fifth inning of Sunday's 6 second-game victory. But Anderson didn't eve mention Robinson's bat when h "the guy at third base i the whole Series story so far. Sparky was talking about til fielding plays. In the opener Robinson mad a spectacular stop of Lee May' hard smash and threw him ou while falling across tte fou line. A walk and a single to. lowed. They would have broke] a 3-3 tie had Robinson not sti fled the threat before it started On Sunday Robinson again robbed May with a backhanded stop, starting a double play in the third inning after the Reds had gone ahead 4-0., In the sixth he tossed out Hal McRae after another neat stab. "If he doesn't make those plays, we win both games" An derson said. Boog Powell, the Baltimore first baseman who has driven in four runs while hitting a homer in each game, says the plays Robinson treated the Cincinna', fans to thus far "are not spec tacular but routine. We see him do that day in and day out." Despite Robinson's heroics the supposedly superior Balti- more fielders have committed four none by the two of them in Sun- day's first inning led to three unearned runs off Mike Cuellar. Bobby Tolan's homer made it 4-0 in the third. But the Orioles, who over- came a 3-0 deficit Saturday came bouncing back again and went in front 6-4 with five runs in tlie fifth, the last two scoring in an opposite-field double by eft-handed1 swinging Ellie Hendricks. Hendricks got the key hit for he Orioles in an explosion that ent Baltimore ahead to stay in i game replete with nine pitch- jrs, 17 hits, and .three homers. The homers were by Bobby Tolan and Johnny Bench of the teds, and Powell of the Orioles, jut none did as much damage s Hendricks' two-run double. Baltimore sent nine men to the ilate during the winning rally. Just as they did Saturday, the Moles spotted the Reds'a big ead. They trailed 4-0 after iree innings. Powell's second homer of the series got one back in the fourth inning against Cincinnati starter Jim McGlothlin. With one out, Chico Salmon singled. Singles by Don Buford and Paul Blair brought in one run and chased out McGlothlin. Cincinnati manager Sparky An- derson sent in young Milt Wil- cox. Wilcox, a 20-year-old right- hander with only 22 innings of work during the regular season, faced the towering, 250-pound Powell. The slugging first base- man immediately singled home another run. Wilcox got Frank Robinson en a fly to Pete Rose against the right field wall. Then Brooks Robinson bounced a single into right field that sent Blair racing home with the tyingTun. Hendricks worked the count to 3-2 and then drilled the ball in- side the third base line for a double, Powell lumbering home and Brooks Robinson following for a 6-4 lead. When starter Mike Cuellar was pounded, Baltimore mana- ;er Earl Weaver went to Tom Dhoebus. After Phoebus he called on 35-year-old Moe Dra- mwsky who surrendered Bench's homer in the sixth as he Reds pulled to within one un, then left in the seventh when the Reds threatened. Left Marcelino Lopez and )ick Hall, a right hander, held he Reds down the rest of the vay. Phoebus got credit for the tory. Wilcox was lagged wit he defeat. When play resumes Tuesdaj Anderson is expected to sen 'ony Cloninger to the mound Veaver will go with his otlie eft-handed 24-game winner Dave McNally. Saturday Brooks Robinson snapped a 3-3 tie in the seventh mmng with his home run tha completed a three-homer Balti more barrage. Robinson's blow came a hal THIS IS IT Here's the sequence of shots surrounding Saturday's controversial play at the plate in the World Series. Cincinnati's Bernie Carbo is tagged out at home by Baltimor catcher Ellie Hendricks. Hendricks is shown lagging Carbo with his mitt, but the ball is in the other hand. The umpire, who was knocked down in the play is Ken Burkhart. nning alter the Orioles had got en a favorable call by umpire Cen Burkhart. That came after ernie Carbc. walked with one ut and Tommy Reims followed vith a single. Carbo raced around to third n the play and streaked home hen pinch hitter Ty Cline apped in front of the plate. As arbo neared the plate, he up- nded Burkhart while Hendricks rnged for the tag. Burkhart, prone, signalled for re out. Carbo argued. Cincinnati anager Anderson argued. The owd of howlled in deri- on but the decision stood. The Reds got off fast, collect- g three runs on a single by eneh in the first inning and ay's two-run homer in the ird. Then Baltimore starter Jim aimer settled down and the ioles displayed their own wer against Gary Nolan. Jwell got two runs back with a mer in the fourth and Hend- :ks tied it with a homer in the th. That set the stage for the he- 'ics by Robinson. Bowling Scores GLENDALE BOWL SHOPPERS WORLD Jean Passey 315' Rose Nun- weller 360 Bea Salmon Mara Besseling -284 Sandy Scattergood 332 Gladys Berglund 275; Vi Connors 271, Dinosaurs Upset Bears EDMONTON (CP) The Uni- -ersity of Calgary Dinosaurs up- et the University of Alberta jolden Bears 20-10 Saturday in Western Canada Intercolle- giate Athletic Association foot- all conference game. Golden Bears needed the win move into a tie for first place with Manitoba Bisons. The Bears now have a 3-1 rec- rd while the Bisons are unde- eated in four starts. Calgary ow has won two and lost three. The Golden Bears moved into is lead in the first quarter with a 37 yard field goal by Bo Daubner and a touchdown b Mel Smith which was converte by Daubner. Calgary got touchdown by McLeod that was converted by Joe Petrone. Calgary came back in the sec ond quarter with a safety touc and a touchdown by Szczepan czyk. The touchdown was con verted for two points on a rus] by Petrone. Petrone rounded out the scor ing witli a field goal at the mark of the third quarter. ITHACAN GROUP ANNOUNCEMENT J. I. MARTIN IAWRENCE S. REYKDAi BRIAN W. 50PP AlEX SUJTKER J. L. Martin, President, Ithacan Group of Companies is pleased to announce the following executive appointments. Mr. Lawrence S, RoykcJal is appointed Vice President, Planning, for ihc Group. Mr. Reykdal was formerly Special Projects Director for the development operation, and is Vice- President end a Director of Trudcau's CScanors and serves at an officer one! director of a number of affiliated qrou ponies. up com- Mr. Brian W. Sopp is appointed Vice-president, Finonco ana" Aun-.ir.IitraHon for the Group. Mr. Sopp is a Commerce graduate from McGiEl, and holds a dogreo of Master of Bubi- ness Administration from Harvard University. He was former- ly Vice-Presidfinl and Director of a major Canadian financial organization. Mr. Alex Slutker is appointed Vicc-President, Services, for the Group. Mr. Slutker is General Manager of Trudeau's Cleaners and Shirt Service (1970) ltd., 0 major group af- filiated, and continues in that position. Conigliaro Is Peddled To Angels BALTIMORE CAP) Tony Conigliaro has been traded to California Angels, joining Ri- chie Allen and Denny McLain in a rapidly graving list of tem- peramental baseball stars who lave been unloaded during the past week. Conigliaro was traded to the mgels by Boston Red Sox Sun- ay night in a six-player trans- iction, moving on to the West loast along with catcher Gerry Moses and pitcher Ray Jarvis. In return, the Red Sox re- eived relief specialist Ken fatum, Dough' Griffin, a young econd base prospect, and out- elder Jarvis put end to a problem revolving round Tony C. and his brother, Billy.' Ken Tatum had a 7-4 record ith a 2.3 earned-run-average in 62 appearances with Califor- nia. Jarvis Tatum hit .238 in 75 games with the Angels., In Conigliaro, the Angels got one of the American League's lead- ing home run threats, a guy who hit 36 homers and drove in 116 runs last season while bat- ting .266. Conigliaro, 25, has had a semi-trading career in which he temporarily lost the sight in his left eye during the 1967 season when he was beaned by Jack Hamilton. He missed all of 1968 while he was troubled by double vision but made a in 1969, hit- ting 20 homers while batting .255. Moses batted .263 for the Red Sox while Jarvis was 0-1 with a 3.4 ERA in 15 appearances. KIMURA'S MIXED Mogus 2J5 Westergreen 255; 228; An Pearson Pat 251; Laverne Block 327; Ruth Jot- son 267; Dennis Dick 267. SOUTH-ALTA PRODUCE Fred .Thomson 311 (7451; N Clark 316 Bev Clark 293 Jim Hlldebrand 273 sat N gata 256 Gerry Hakze Sandy Scattergood 280 (714 Gra Scattergdod 270 Jo Scattergood Jr. 273; Marriane Bro er 296; Marlene Tremel 283. CHINOOK STATIONERS Bernice Hay 257 Mert Qu ly 273 Vera Nicholls 27 Donnis Foder 270; Joan Milton 23 Agnes Pocza 259; Diane Decaire 23 CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Valerie Names 256; Madeiii Szekely 242; Mary Wishnevski 2 Kay Wheeler 260 Jea Passey 208; Bernice Stewart 233; Ba Thompson 242; Jean Burnett 239. SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Doreen Soderqulst 255; Linda Hovi lit: Pat Tunstall 235; Marie Sml 229; Rose Nunweiler 226; Doreen W son 223; Helen Mikula 222; Donn 'lah 220. SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 307 (BID; Le Metzger 251; Bob Linderman 242; Bi 271. HENRY HOMES Bruce Canfield 247; Fred Pratte 251 Lydla Geworsky 256; Jim Wright 264 BernlB Carrier 263; Jerry Areshenk 271; Mary Ann Hubert 242 JCCA Mike Tobo 296; Bob Omotan! 281 Tom Medoruma 274 Mas shigi. hiro 296; Roy Senda 295; Eugen Yamada 286 Kaz Suglmoto 230 Ken Kamilomo 278; Natsuko Sawad 244; Faye Urano 247. SENIOR CITIZENS Len Milner 266; Bill Jensen 26 Henry Sechlhold 254 (634) Henry Brown Bert Madlll 220 Spot Miller 215. ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL Mary Kirby 234; Marg Roth Percy Smith 232; Simon Berger 228 Betty Tomiyama 223; Ssmi; Kolyshe 255; John Krol 248; Bill Kelly 246. PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Tosh Mlyakawa 228; Larry Du Montier 223; Brad Elder 242; J'o Schmalr 226; Isabel Orsten 225; Day Hyland 266; Ted Mclntyre 228. HEPP'S INDUSTRIES Randy Wolstoncroft 325; May bert idy Wi 244; Game Called After Injury TRAIL, (CP) Action was called lat-; in the third period Sunday in a Western Interna- tional Hockey League game and a Trail player was sent to hospi- tal with undetermined head in- juries. Ray Adduono of Trail Smoke Eaters was tripped up by a Nel- son Maple Leaf player and land- ed on his head on the ice. There vas no penalty called and Ad- luono was carried from the ice. The Leafs got three fast third- .eriod goals to pull away from a 2-2 tie and wind up winning Barry Holmes and Peter 'ipond got two each for the while Jim McCrae bad he other. Garry Ferro got two of Trail's and Adduono had one. The game was called with 35 econds to go when Run Hop- inson, a Trail defenceman, ricd to get at the player who Adduono. Lust Wednesday a game be- tween Spokane jcls and Trail ......_, Hte- Bob Fenton 241; Tom Adams 251; Ray Clark 251; Mar Wlshnevski 232; Linda Malcomson 221; George Pelrunia 230; Bill Hamll Ion 230. BANTAM GIRLS Leslie Killins 154; Darcy Tamayose 746; Bev Salmon 140; Kattiy Joevenaz zo 13fi; Debbie Szabo 137; Lori Hamll Ion 129; Diane Rollinson 127; Sharon Gogo 126; Brenda Christie 126; Sheliey Douglas 124. JUNIORS-SENIORS Brian Neilson 227; Delorey Pocza 205; Ken KLTtr 278 John Daykir 220; Lori Smced 203 Randy Joe- venazzo 239 Les Erickson 219; Bernie Pohl 216; Valerie Hanson 163; Cherye Oberrneyer 173; Nadine Kov- acs 1B1; Patricia Lengyel 173; Bi Sakamoto 200; Peter Novak 206; Dar- win Romanchuk 201; Linda Maicom- son 198. BANTAM BOYS Michael Sharun 212 Harvle Pocza 225 Kim Tinord 172; Do- ren Anderson 177; Alex Gepneris 1 Gordon Syme 173; Darren Pepper 15fi; Frank Novak 151; Brent Klllfns 141; Brad Turner 143; Rod Malchow 149. YOUNG ADULTS Jim Matcomson 310 Bruce Canfield 294 Ken McKay 266; Barry Davids 263; Norman Gyulal 262 Linda Malcomson 248 Clara Czirjak 241; suzan McDonald 227; Marie Waselenak 223. DOWNTOWN BOWLADROME Roger carrier 164; Randy Sillitto 155; Jim May Perkins Walter Giduk 160; Murray Vick- ers 166; Charles List 154; Don chala 149; Meredith Gent 144; Terry Leong 143. Darts I was called with 40 seconds left, at o'clock. Fournier, Miners Finnerly, Legion Boulton, Lator Onofrychuk, Legion James, Miners Miles, ANAF L. Blacker, Labor Manning ANAF Legion Wolsloncroft, Legion Fritz, Legion H. Blacker, Labor Larson, Minors Moscovich, ANAF Gow, Elks Sncncc, Elks Black, Legion Koshman, ANAF Griffiths, Miners Oseen, Miners Hobcrt, Mlhcrs Trcntlnl, ANAF Mitchell, Legion Treber, ANAF High score, R own tree. ANAF, 171. -inal qamos Wednesday night at ANAF RALPH BACKSTROM The veteran Montreal for- ward has decided to retire, joining' another long time Canadie'n star, John Fer- guson, on the sidelines. 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