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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBBIDQE HERALD TlMMdcy, Oetobtr 15, 1974 Box scores Game One OAKLAND 9 LOS 2 Oakland AB R HMI CampanarisSS ........2 1 1 1 North CF..............2 0 0 0 Bando 3B .............4 0 0 0 Jackson RF............3 1 1 1 C. Washington RF......0 0 0 0 RudlLF ...............4 0 2 0 Tenace1B ............3 0 1 0 Fosse C...............3 0 0 0 Green 2B..............3 000 HoltPH ...............1 HoltsnanP............1 Fingers P..............2 Hunter P ..............0 Total...............28 Lot Angatoa AB R HRBI Lopes 2B.............5 1 0 0 Buckner LF............5 0 2 0 WynnCF..............4 1 1 1 Garvey. 1B ............5 0 2 0 PaciorekPR...........0 0 0 0 Ferguson RF...........3 CeySB................3 0 RusselISS.............4 0 Yeager C..............3 0 W. Crawford RF........1 Metsersmith P Joshua PH.... Marshall P Total....... Oakland Los Angeles 000 000 1 1 0 000 000 362 0 0 O 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 ......3 020 ......1 000 ......0 0 0 0 ___37 2 11 1 010 010 000 010 E Campaneris, R. Jackson, Cey. OP Oakland 1, Los Angeles 1. LOB Oakland 6, Los Angeles 12. Holtzman. HR R S. Campaneris 2, North, Tenace. PITCHING IP H R ER Holtzman4..........1-3 7 1 0 Fingers WP 1-0 ........4 4 1 1 Hunter ..............1-3 0 0 0 Messersmith LP 0-1...! .8 532 Marshall...............1 1 0 0 Save Hunter HBP By Fingers WP Messersmith. A Game Two LOS ANGELES 3 OAKLAND 2 Oakland AB R HRBI Campanaris SS........4 North CF..............4 Odom P .............0 Bando 3B.............3 R. Jackson RF........3 RudMF...............'4 H. Washington PR......0 Tenace 1B.............3 Fosse C ..............2 J-AlouPH.............1 Haney C..............0 -Mangual PH...........i 0 0. Green 2B............Z Holt PH...............1 Maxviil2B..........-...0 Blue C. Washington CF... .1 Total...............31 HERB WASHINGTON PICKED OFF FIRST BASE IN SECOND GAME Series even, scene swings to Oakland OAKLAND (AP) The tempestuous Oakland A's hope to explode tonight with their bats instead of their tempers in the third game of the 1974 World Series with Los Angeles Dodgers. "I'm expecting us to break out any day now, but I've been expecting that for six weeks so I don't really said Oakland manager Alvin Dark, whose team has had more no- tice recently for hitting people than hitting baseballs. Dark, whose team won the World Series opener 3-2 Satur- day in Los Angeles and then lost the second game Sunday by the same score, is thinking about an adjustment in his batting order. Noting that the A's face a left-hander in Al Downing, Dark said: "I might bat Bill North-first instead of second. He has more power as a right- handed hitter. I might also move some of the others around in the lineup, too. We've just got to get some more runs." The best of the A's pitching staff, 25-game winner Jim (Catfish) Hunter, starts today. Hunter is well rested since he only pitched to one batter Saturday'after working in last week's American League playoffs. Meanwhile, Los Angeles manager Walt Alston feels that Downing, despite a modest 5-6 season record, can maintain the Dodgers' masterful pitching of late. Hie A's have managed only 12 hits so far. "Downing pitched well late in the said Alston, explaining why he named him instead of Doug Rau, normal- ly his No. 3 pitcher. "I think he'll do the job for us." The contest at the seat Oakland Coliseum, first Two key plays tied the Series Los Angatoa AB R HRBI Lopes2B..............4 0 Buckner 1F............4 0 Wynn CF..............3 0 Garvey 1 Ferguson RF...........3 1 Cey 3B................3 1 Russell SS.............3 0 Yeager C..............3 0 Sutton P ..............2 0 Marshal! P.............0 0 Total...............20 3 Oakland 000 000 Los Angeles 010 002 OOx-3 E Russell. DP Los Angeles 2. LOB Oakland S'. Los Angeles 6.2B Campaneris. R. Jackson. HR .Ferguson SB Ferguson. S Sutton. IP H R ER Blue L.0-1............7 633 Odom.................1 000 Sutton W. 1-0..........8 522 Marshall...............1 100 Save Marshall HNP By Sutton Bando. WP Sutton. A LOS ANGELES (AP) Oakland Manager Alvin Dark put his finger on two key Los Angeles plays in the Dodgers' 3-2 victory over his A's Sunday and the two men involved hap- pily explained what it meant to them. Joe Ferguson blasted a two- run homer off Vida Blue in the sixth inning and first baseman Steve Garvey dug a throw out of the dirt from shortstop Bill Russell in the eighth to com-- plete a key double play. Ferguson had made a fan- tastic throw from right field in the first game to cut down a runner at the plate for the Dodgers' most spectacular play. 'The big difference was that the throw didn't win the game and the home run Ferguson explained. "If the throw had won the ball game, I would have been excited about it." Ferguson said he hit a high fast ball that was inside the center of the plate. Of the catch at first, Garvey said: "It was probably my toughest ever." "I was watching the ball all the way. Billy has had some arm trouble all season and Lions finally win, Miami loses again DETROIT (AP) No longer will the cynics chide: "Detroit's got the best 0-4 team in football." Now it has the best 1-4 team. The one victory may not im- prove the record much, but "it beats getting hit in the eye with a sharp coach Rick Forzano said after Mon- day's 17-13 victory over San Francisco '49ers. The Lions used a disputed WHY FLUORIDE? The proponents often say that a decayed tooth is deficient in fluor- ide. This is not true. The skeleton of teeth are living, functioning store- houses of calcium and phosphorus undergoing a constant daily deple- tion and exchange. If teeth and bones need replenishing does it not make sense that you use the material from which they are made CALCIUM. Many doc- tors will tell you that poor teeth and the incidence of bone degeneration in the elderly is markedly increased in people on diets poor in CALCIUM. Dr. James Rae, Ph.d Associate Professor of Chemistry, Toronto, states: "Well known nutritionists find no evidence that fluoride in any amount is essential for good health or good teeth." He goes on to say, "Fluorides are deadly poisons. Fluorides when taken into the body ac- cumulate in the bones, teeth and other organs. The amount of fluoride in the body increases with age. The fact that fluoride at 1 ppm does not cause acute poisoning does not alter the fact that eventually chronic in- toxication will occur. Because of these facts the Food and Drug Laws of Canada PROHIBIT THE ADDITION OF FLUORIDES to food in any con- centration no matter how small." Dr. Robert Newton, M.C; Ph.D; D.Sc; LLD; F.A.I.C; F.R.S.C.-form- er president of the University of Alberta said: "This claim is not supported by findings in Nutritional Research. A study reported in The Journal of Nutrition for August, 1957 entitled "The non essentiality of Fluorine in Nutrition" by Maurer and Day concludes: The investigation has demon- strated that under the rigorous experimental conditions employed fluor- ine is not a dietary essential." Dr. Newton also said: "By all means let those who want fluoride have it, but let them get it in ways that do not force it on the rest of us. We still think personal freedom to choose what we eat and drink is worth fighting for." On October 16 will YOU stand and fight for YOUR FREEDOM? When fluoridation came up West Virginia a few years ago it was taken to the Supreme Court of America. A Supreme Court Justice ruled: ONE'S FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS SHALL NOT BE SUBMITTED TO A VOTE. Is it legal to vote on an issue that involves our fundamental rights? We Think Not! VOTE AGAINST FLUORIDATION X UETHBRIDGE SAFE WATER COMMITTEE ____ Phonr. 327-7142 pass interference penalty and a key goal-line stand to gain their first National Football League win under Forzano. The game, played before a Tiger Stadium crowd of had plenty of exciting plays to keep the viewers hap- py- Among them: 32-yard pass interference penalty which set up Steve Owens' one-yard touchdown plunge for Detroit in the second quarter. interceptions. One was returned 44 yards by Lion cornerback Levi Johnson and led to an Enrol Mann field goal. 45-yard punt return by Dick Jauron of the Lions to set up another TD. 64-yard run by '49er rookie Wilbur Jackson to the Detroit one. Lions' goal line stand after that run. "We won by a 'few would have made it more but we didn't want to run up the Forzano said, grinning. San Francisco coach Dick Nolan rushed off without say- ing much but quarterback Dennis Morrison, making his first NFL start, didn't mind talking about the loss, the "49ers" third straight in a 2-3 record. Morrison finished with 17 completions in 40 attempts for 171 yards, including an 11-yard pass to Jackson with 33 seconds left for UK only San Francisco touchdown. In Sunday action. New Eng- land Patriots, St Louis Cardi- nals and Minnesota Vikings remained unbeaten while the defending Super Bowl cham- pion Miami Dolphins suffered their second loss of the season along with Los Angeles Rams. New England blanked New York Jets 24-fl, St. Louis de- feated Dallas Cowboys 31-28 and the Vikings whipped Houston Oilers 51-10. The Dolphins lost to Washington Redskins 20-17 and Green Bay Packers upset the Rams 17-6. Other Sunday results: Buf- falo 27 Baltimore 14, Atlanta 13 Chicago 10. Cincinnati 34 Cleveland 24, Denver 33 New Orleans 17, Philadelphia 35 New York Giants 7, Pitt- sburgh 34 Kansas City 24, Oakland 14 San Diego 10. I've been ready for low throws all the time." With the bases loaded and one out, Bill North grounded to Russell near second base. The shortstop ran to the bag and then threw. The ball went into the dirt and came up with a short hop that Garvey grabbed to end the inning with no runs scoring. "Everyone is so cognizant of Steve's hitting, they tend to overlook his great said winning pitcher Don Sut- ton. Garvey also was involved in the pickoff play when relief pitcher Mike Marshall caught. pinch runner Herb Washington off first base after two runs had scored. "Mike stepped, off a couple of times and finessed said Garvey. "Then he made his great move and throw. Sure, I knew it was coming.- We froze Washington for just a moment and that was enough so I could make the tag and get out of the way. Murtaugh will stay SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Danny Murtaugh announced Monday he will stay on as manager of Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League. "I'm physically able to do anything I want, and I want to the 57-year-Old Murtaugh said at a news conference called by Pirates general manager Joe L. Brown. "We decided to announce Danny's return at this time to put an end to speculation about Danny's plans for said Brown. Lethbridge franchise accepted BILLINGS, Mont (AP) Directors of the Pioneer Baseball League have voted to accept Lethbridge for a if the city gets a player development contract from the Montreal Expos. The vote came Saturday during the league's annual meeting. Calgary, has also asked for league membership but no ac- tion was taken on the request The league hopes to expand from four to six teams for the 1975 season. Present league members are Billings and Great Falls, Mont., Ogden. Utah, and Idaho Falls, of three night games here, will start at p.m. MDT. In Sunday's game, Ferguson paced the Dodgers with a two- run homer in the sixth inning. Don Sutton stopped the A's on two hits in the first seven innings and squirmed out of a one-out, bases-loaded jam in the eighth before Mike Marshall took over in the ninth. 'Sutton hit Bando with a pitch to open the ninth and when Reggie Jackson hit a double inside third base, Alston called for Marshall. Joe Rudi hit a double to knock in Jackson and Bando. With Rudi on first and none out, Marshall struck out Gene Tenace, threw out Washington at first and fanned pinch- hitter Angel Mangual to end the game. Jackson hit a 400-foot homer to lead the A's to their opening victory Saturday. It came be- fore fans in Los Ange- crowd was Sun- day at Dodger Stadium. Jackson tagged Andy Mes- sersmith in the second inning for the first run of the contest. The A's added single runs in each of the fifth and eighthin- nings and the Dodgers scored in the fifth and ninth, the final run coming on Jim Wynn's homer. Washington has a debt to collect OAKLAND (AP) "I owe Mike Marshall and the Dodgers a a bloodied but unbowed Herb Washington said Monday, "and it's a debt I will be disappointed if I don't collect. "I want another chance. If Marshall makes that move again, he won't catch me." Washington, a 9.2 sprinter who is baseball's only desig- nated runner, flunked bis first World Series test Sunday, picked off by his former professor in the ninth inning of the second game, won by Los Angeles Dodgers over Oakland A's 3-1. The play was the highlight of the as Finley's Folly because the un- conventional owner of the A's had dared introduce a runner without 'diamond experience as the 23th man on his roster. This was the situation: The Athletics had cut the Dodgers'34 lead to 3-2 in the ninth and, with one man oat, Washington was sent to first to run for Joe Rodi. Marshall, a former teacher of kinesiology at Michigan State, was making his 109th relief appearance of toe year for the Dodgers. Steve Garvey. another Michigan State alumnus, was guarding first Marshall made two false moves toward first. Washington took a big lead. Then, Marshall shot the ball to Garvey, who nailed the sprinter two feet from the bag. Baseball men, who criticiz- ed Finley's use of a designated runner as gimmicky, chortled. "A man may be fast bat it's different when yon have to turn said Garvey. Manager Walt Alston of the Dodgers said, "We set him op and finished him off." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A I 1 1 33 24 Saskatoon......4 1 0 35 21 Regina.........3 3 0 21 29 Winnipeg.......2 2 1 18 24 Flin Flon........2 5 1 28 45 Lethbridge .....1 3 0 10 11 Western Division Med. Hat.......4 Edmonton......4 Victoria ........3 Westminster___2 Kamloops......1 Calgary ........0 1 27 15 0 31 21 0 20 17 0 23 21 0 12 14 2 19 30 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Calgary ........6 2 'Red Deer.......4 3 Drumheller.....4 3 Spruce Grove... 3 1 Taber..........3 4 The Pass.......0 7 NATIONAL Division 1 T f A Ptt 0 62 29 12 0 31 33 8 0 32 40 8 0 24 17 6 0 46 39 6 0 22 59 0 Philadelphia ....2 1 0 12 1 B 4 7 Atlanta Rangers St. Louis Minnesota Vancouver Chicago Kansas City Divisions t 13 0 11 0 11 2 0 8 4 11 9 9 3 12 1 15 7 1 10 11 0 11 15 1 7 11 Los Angeles ....2 0 Pittsburg.......2 0 Detroit.........2 1 Montreal .......0 0 Washington. ...0 2 Division 4 Toronto........2 0 California.......1 1 Buffalo.........1 2 Boston........ 0 1 WEEKEND HOCKEY MONDAY Weetem Canada Brandon 10 Winnipeg 4 B.C. Juniors Bellingham 4 Nanaimo 3 Chilliwack 6 Penticton 5 WHA Exhibition Chicago 4 Michigan 3 Saskatchewan Junior Saskatoon 8 Regina Foxes 4 Ontario Major Junior Ottawa 5 Oshawa 4 SUNDAY National Philadelphia 3 Kansas City 2 Atlanta 4 Chicago 3 Detroit 7 California 3 Los Angeles 4 Buffalo 1 Toronto 2 Boston 2 Western Ganatfa Medicine Hat 4 Calgary 4 Saskatoon 6 Kamloops 2 Regina 5 Winnipeg 3 Victoria 6 Edmonton 4 Fiin Flon 2 New Westminster 2 Alberta Junior Taber 9 Red Deer 3' Spruce Grove 11 The Pass 0 Drumheller 2 Calgary 1 B.C. Junior Bellingham 6 Penticton 5 Chilliwack 5 Merrill 1 WHA Exhibition Chicago 4 Minnesota 2 Cleveland 5 Michigan 2 Houston 2 Indianapolis 1 Toronto WHA 4 Mohawk Valley NAHL 2 FOOTBALL STANDINGS CFL WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Pit B.C...........8 5 0 270 229 16 Edmonton 5 1 262 222 15 Winn.........7 6 0 218 280 14 Sask.........7 7 0 264 266 14 Calgary ......4 9 0 213 259 8 SCORING LEADERS TD C FQ S Pte Cutler, E .........0 26 28 9 119 MacMillan, B.C.... 0 25 16 16 89 Berg, S ..........0 30 13 2 71 McKee, W........0161211 63 Harris, B.C........100 0 0 60 Harrell. E.........8 0 0 0 48 McFall.C.........0 10 11 1 44 Eley, B.C.........7 0 0 0 42 Scott, W..........6 0 0 0 36 Thompson, S.....6 0 0 0 36 Eaatern Conference W L T F A Pit Montreal .....7 4 2 282 234 16 Ottawa.......7 7 0 241 216 14 Hamilton .....6 8 024227012 Toronto......5 7 1 220 256 11 SCORING LEADERS TD C FGS Pto Sunter, H .'.......0 18 33 10 127 Organ, O.........0 17 34 7 126 Andrusyshyn, T 0 17 24 14 103 Sweet. M.........0 26 20 4 90 Hodgers, M......10 0 0 0 60 0 0 0 42 DallaRiva. M .....6 0 0 0 36 Muller.T 0 0 0 30 Fleming. H........5 0 o 0 30 MONDAY Winnipeg 19 Hamilton 12 SUNDAY Montreal 13 Toronto 13' Saskatchewan 17 British Columbia 15 SATURDAY Ottawa 27 Winnipeg 10 NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division W N.England 5 Buffalo 4 Miami.....3 NY Jets ...1 Baltimore. 0 T F 0 148 0 197 0 114 108 0 68 106 A Pet 61 1.000 77 .800 .600 .200 .000 .800 .700 .200 .200 .800 .500 .400 .200 57 1.000 41 .800 .600 .200 .200 75 81 96 New Haven 5 Richmond 4 Rochester 4 Nova Scotia 1 Melville 5 Prince Albert 3 Swift Current 6 Weyburn 5 Yorkton 3 North Battleford 2 Central Fort Worth 4 Omaha 2 Rochester 4 Nova Scotia 1 Ontario Major Junior- Kingston 5 Sudbury 5 Hamilton 5 Kitchener 0 Ottawa 6 St. Catharines 5 London 8 Toronto 6 SATURDAY NHL Toronto 7 NY Rangers 3 Los Angeles 4 Montreal 4 Minnesota 6 Washington 0 NY Islanders 6 Kansas City 2 Pittsburgh 7 Detroit 2 St Louis 5 Vancouver 3 Philadelpgla 6 Buffalo 1 WMtara Canada Flin Ron 5 New Westminster 4 Medicine Hat 4 Kamloops 3 ABjoftfl Junior Red Deer 5 The Pass 4 Spruce Grove 6 Taber 3 B.C. Junior Chilliwack 4 Vernon 0 Penticton 6 Nanaimo 4 Ketowna 14 Merrin 2 WHA ExMbtten Chicago 5 Minnesota 4 Toronto 4 Cleveland 2 New England 4 Cape Cod (NAHL) 2 Quebec 7 Maine (NAHL) 2 Houston 7 Phoenix 6 AIIL Baltimore 7 Hershey 4 Nova Scotia 4 Springfield 2 Central Omaha 6 Oklahoma City 6 Saskatoon 8 Yorkton 2 Moose Jaw 9 Regina Foxes 3 Melville 10 Battlatord 9 Ontario tutor Junior Peterborough S Hamilton 4 Oshawa 9 Sault Ste. Marie 3 5 0 40 149 Central Division Cincinnati .4 1 0 133 71 Pittsburgh .3 1 1 112 83 Cleveland .1 4 0 82 143 Houston ..1 4 0 52 115 Western Division Oakland...4 1 0 118 62 Denver ....2 2 1 98 113 Kan City... 2 3 0 86 101 San Diego 1 4 0 72 93 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division St. Louis ..5 0 0 118 Phila......4 1 0 94 Wash.....3 2 0 90 Dallas.....1 4 0 89 NY Giants .1 4 0 58 Central Division Minnesota.5 0 0124 611.000 Green Bay. 3 2 0 82 97 .600 Chicago 2 3 0 79 66 .400 Detroit ....1 4 0 64 74 .200 Western Division LA........3 2 0 77 60 .600 Atlanta 2 3 0 50 71 .400 San Fran ..2 3 0 58 95 .400 4 0 54 111 .200 MONDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 17 San Francisco 13 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Buffalo 27 Baltimore 14 Atlanta 13 Chicago 0 Cincinnati 34 Cleveland 24 St Louis 31 Dallas 28 Minnesota 51 Houston 10 Green Bay 17 Los Angeles 6 Washington 20 Miami 17 New England 24 New York Jets 0 Philadelphia 35 New York Giants 7 Pittsburgh 34 Kansas City 24 Oakland 14 San Diego 10 WEEKEND FOOTBALL Intercollegiate Acadia 24 New Brunswick 21 SL Mary's 34 Mount Allison 7 St Francis 42 Dalhousie 0 Loyola 48 Bishop's 14 Ottawa 83 McGill 28 Western 24 Laurier 22 Toronto 26 York 7 Carteton 36 Queen's 16 Guelph 13 Windsor 6 Alberta 38 Calgary 15 Saskatchewan 22 U3C 11 U.S. College Princeton 14 Dartmouth 7 Duke 33 Army 14 Penn State 55 Wake Forest 0 Michigan 21 Michigan State 7 Arkansas State 38 Illinois SL Untv 0 Oregon State 23 Washington 9 Alcorn A-M 37 Texas Southern 34 Grambling 21 Tennessee State 7 California 40 Iowa State 7 Utah State 24 Colo State Untv 23 West Texas St 21 Idaho 6 Tampa 47 Villanova 8 Virginia Tech 31 South Carolina 17 EXHIBITION BASKETBALL Sunday Phoenix NBA 111 Los Angeles NBA 108 Boston NBA 101 Philadelphia NBA 99 Indiana ABA 110 New York ABA 105 SATURDAY New York NBA 119 Buffalo NBA 106 Atlanta NBA 110 Kansas City-Omaha NBA 103 San Antonio ABA 124 Houston NBA 119 Milwaukee NBA 110 Virginia ABA 96 Kentucky ABA 93 Chicago NBA 75 Memphis ABA 99 Indiana ABA 96 San [Kego ABA tot St Louis ABA 96 CFL ALL-PRO COUNTDOWN ENTRY FORMS WIN FREE TRIPS FOR TWO TO ACAPULCO. 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