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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 hittcrs spark Reds left hanging on ropes HE MADE THE DtFFERENCE-Pinch hitter Ange! Man- gual, facing camera, of the Oakland A's is mobbed by jubilant teammates after driving in the winning run in Thursday's fourth game of the World Series. Oakland now leods the best-of-seven series 3-1, and had o chance to wrap it up this afternoon against the Cincinnati Reds. (AP Rose, Morgan, Tolan 4-44 First three anemic at plate QALAKND fAP) Cincin- nati's Big Red Machine has a flat. Put into numbers, the mal- function rends 4-for-44. That was the collective batting ef- fort of the first three men in Cincinnati's lineup for the first four games of the 1972 World Series. Those first three men-Pete Rose, Joe Morgan and Bobby been d om in a ted by Oakland) pitching, and Cin- cinnati manager Sparky An- derson says if th ey don't wake up today, it's all over. "Oakland's just stopping them, that's what has hap- Anderson said! after the Reds' 3-2 loss to Oakland Thursday night. "They've just slopped them cold. I just hope they don't stop them the next three pos- sible games. "If we'd have won this Anderson said, "it- would have been over in six games, no doubt about it. Bowline scores LMHA plans information session AD parents with boys playing pee wee hockey in the Leth- bridge Minor Hockey Associa- tion and ail other interested persons, are asked to attend an Information session Monday night. Cal Dickson and Ji m W al- mough along with other mem- bers of the will discuss a number of major changes pro- posed this season and will also explain the new format of '-'Time Hockey" which is being In the pee wee leagues this year. The meeting will get under way at 3 in the lecture theatre at the Catholic High School. More sport 011 page 14 CAPRI BOWL HU MODE HOMES Mara B-juchard Cathy !7; 'US; Karon Ln- rand11 1 Joan Joar.i 3-sS; Ccnnie Marshalsay 241; Mary Rdth 3U Mary 257 Annabels Prueqqer- 733; May 233 (6571. SUNDOUIST CONSTRUCTION Marie Smitri 2-J5; Hell a Poknak Curtf.r J33: Pal Plomp .312 Vfra DU'J'oy 2-0; Pat LeClalre ?ii; Dorothy Sorer.ien 331; Joyr.3 An- cfreachuk 251 Nancy Gajdosijk 311; Mi? he 2.13 Roterli 2-11. EAGLES LODGE Lanxque 7-54 (frfil, George .V.aichsll 3M3 Joe GiUetl 331, Bill Ploir.p 339, Georqe Zarycki 3-13, A.-.dy Krajcwskj in, EvPlyrt Hunl f.'irie Barnett ?77, Helen 25J Joyte Marsden J29, Gil lelt 777. GREEN! SHOE Harm Tolley JM '7101, Cfrard 797 -7331, in Houtekamer 300 (473) Al Srr.irh 301 (737i, Randy Wolston crcft Eilroy Tolley 309, Lirda Walcomssn 11 i. I75M, Brer.da P ?c-n ?H Dianne Vtolirvi 351 (675) ik 284 May Hiebei 757 HENRY HOMES rn Sanders 747; Nc-rrr-an 305; Steve Gyorkcs JB-I Jim "AtPJke 305 (M7i; Jim Wright 3W, Tom Adams 3M Passey 249 Be mice Gyorkos 73 S; The- resa Har.san ?3J; Carol Kempenaar Pike ni. LETHBRIDGE BANKS Steve Hajash 253; KrucMv- ieh Bill Hun! A'.urray Orr 31T; Don Reloiyr Lorelei Janef Hunt Arlene- Barfosefc Donna Hein Cheryl 268 Jean Groves een Tackrkh ?K. J.C.C.A. TaV Katakami 335 Rye Naga- ta 313 Mike Tobo 75J; Nao i. nay we 257; Kyolo Shlgehiro 251; Miyagawa 353; George Sal to 2.19; asa Gosninmon 765 Carol Fu- jifa 230; Kaye AyuXawa 300 Helen Hlga 227; Dot 2J5; Sumi Maclsruma Ml FRIENDLY LEAGUE John Syrne 775; Bill Kelly 315; Jim Macail 2-17 Ken Schlaht 739 Dean Stetson 333 Carmkriael 777; May Syme 233; Bon- nie SchlaJil 3C3; Dorolhy Malheson 210, MARTWIZINC Laura Peake 253, tinda Hovey 271, Rose WcNab 2.50 Grace Van- Dyk 250, May Hlebert Mary Thomson 374 Pat Henderson 237 Rae Churr.ik 749, Dera Snilr> 25B Shirley e 245, Ricky DeGroat WEDNESDAY MORNING fixity Hotibs 743. P eggy Fo rr 27S, Joan oo 361 (676t, Heine 2J3 Oorolhy Harrison 244, Rose Cropiey Kay Davison 273 Bernice Hay 751, Sydney Ripley Cynthia Miliigan 337, Linda Aictilct 235, Cfirii VASA LODGE ffl Cederbern ?0i, Paul Pphri Lsyne Bscoda 753 i s 7J7. Dorofhy Svennes 717, Jor rKicr Dan Svennes 236, Hi son 335. he said, "if we don't shake ourselves, it'll be over in five." Rose, the m a jo r league' s leading hit-producer with 19B this season, has one hit in 15 World Series tries. Morgan is O-for-13, and Tolan is 3-for-16. What makes tilings more frustrating is that power-hit- ters Johnny Bench and Tony Perez, who delighted all sea- son in driving home the swift trio that populated the bases ahead of them, have been hot during the series. Bench is 5-for-14 and Perez Is 7-for-l4, yet the two iiKred- ibly, have no runs batted in and have scored only two runs themselves. Tlie Reds have no home runs in the four series games, although Bench led tho leagues wi I h 40 a nd Perez had 21 during the season. Short sport WHAT'S IX STORE? OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Associ- ation and Hockey Canada will meet in Toronto this weekend to discuss the future of the two organizations. CAHA executive director Gor- don .Tucfcos said Thursday that Hockey Canada has promised to unveil a program which would benefit amateur hockey and the CAHA, ULLMANT HURTING TORONTO (CP) Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League said Thursday centreman Norm Ullman will be sidelined for a minimum of Lethbridge and District Kennel Club PET DOG SHOW Registration form for show lo be held on Saturday, Oct. 21st at p.m. Centre Village Mall ALL DOGS MUST BE ON LEASH [Jiree weeks with lorn knee ligaments and that winge: Pierre Jei-ry may be a non starter in this weekend's borne and-home series against Detvoi Red Wings because of a pullec tendon in his leg. Both player were injured Wednesday nigh in a game against Pillsburg Penguins, which the Leafs wor 4-3. HAYES. CIIEMF.R HOT KANSAS CITY (AP) Ph Chenier scored 24 points an Eivin Hayes added 23 to pac OAKLAND (AP) "Get a good pitch you can said Oakland manager Dick Wil- liams. "Try to get the ball some place." Pinch-hitter Angel Mangual got the pitch lie wanlcd and his single lo right field scored the winning run for the Athletics Thursday night. The dramatic base hit through a drawn-in infield cap- ped a two-run rally in the last of the ninth inning as Oakland beal Cincinnati Reds 3-2 and took a solid 3-1 lead in the 1872 World Series. "I prayed that the ball would after driving in Gene Tenace from third base with the win- ning run. Three pinch-hitters came through for Williams In that emotion-charged ninth after Oakland appeared to be fin- ished. Pedro Borbon, who hac pitched in the eighth in relief ol Cincinnati starter Don Gullctt was sitting on a 2-1 lead when the Athletic's came up in the last inning. The Reds' right hander got the first out of the inning, a harmless grounder by Mike ilegan. HIT STIRS 40.410 Then Gonzalo Marques hit for centre fielder George Hendrick and singled up the middle, stir- ring the fans at Oakland Coliseum. When Borbon went to a 2-1 coimt on Tenace, Cincinnati manager Sparky Anderson thought it was time for his best reliever, Clay Carroll. "Pedro was gelling care- Anderson explained afterward. "He was rushing his pitches and getting them up high. So I to Carroll because Car- oil's a sinker-bali pitcher." Carroll threw one of his inker balls to Tenace and- the Oakland-catcher hit it through he infield to left, just beyond lie reach of shortstop Dave 'oncepcion for a single that ent pinch-runner Allan Lewis o second. He threw a good sinker lo said Anderson. "Tt was jusl a routine ground ball that got through." Oakland fans, meanwhile, saw the possibilities of a come- back and began to rock the park with cheers. MINCHER HRSPONDS Williams next called on Don Mincher to pinch-hit, telling the veteran first baseman: "Go Mincher brought Ihe crowd to its feet with a single :o right field that scored Lewis with the tying run. Oakland pennants sprouted in :he stands and wriggled fu- riously as the noise from the crowd became ear-spBUing. I've just been hanging around, said Clin- cher, a little-used player during the season who made his first appearance in this best-of-seven game series a big one. The stago was set for Mang- al with runners on first and third and one out. lie jumped on Carroll's first "fastball right over tho hit it to the right side of the infield. Second base- man Joe Morgan stretched for it, but it was a couple of feet bevond his reach. Tenace came in with the win- ning run to the wild cheers and an exploding Scoreboard in cen- ter field. Fireworks went off as "The man unstai'-s has been jood to me in this said Tenace, who also hit a home run in the fifth inning to break 20-inning Oakland scoring drought. Tenace's tlu'rd home run of he Series gave the Athlelic's a 1-0 lead off Cincinnati's Don Gullett. That small margin lasted unlil the Reds rallied for two runs in the eighth inning. Concepcion singled off Oak- land starter Ken Holtzman and went lo second on Julian Ja- vier's sacrifice. A bouncer by Pete Rose moved Concepcion to third and at this juncture, Wil- liams brought in Vida Blue to pilch lo Morgan. Morgan walked on a 3-2 count, then Bobby Tolan ripped a line-drive double into the right field corner to give the National League champions a 2-1 lead over the American League title-winners. That hit kept the hometown' crowd subdued until the wild, ninth-inning finish. Rollie Fin- gers finished up and got his first World Series victory, pro- viding the Athletic1! with tho type of airtight pitching that' has muffled Cincinnati's tougb hilters. GAME 4 Cincinnati Oakland Gullet, and Bei 000 J 7 1 000 510 1181 Borbon [at Carroll fO-l> i; Hultzman, Blue (3] Fing- (1-0) f9) and Tanace. HR: Tenaee Performs crazy Rossovicii enjoys living SAN DIEGO (AP) "I just like to says Tim Rossovich, even though his right leg is encased in a plas- ter east. 'Whatever pops into my mind, I like io do." Torn knee ligaments have sidelined tlie new San Diego Chargers linebacker but not his spirit. Philadelphia Eagles watched for four years as his reputation off the playing field grew. By the 1 i me he was traded to San Diego this summer, Rossovich was known as a guy who ale ligtit- bulbs and set his hair on fire for kicks. UNDAUNTED BV COLD To keep loose, he dives into San Diego's chilly Mission Bay at 4 a.m. for an occa- sional swim, He has been reported walk- ing nonchalantly from time to time along the third-floor Jedge of a house. The other day, as the Chargers practised, Rossov- ich drove vip. The door on the driver's side of his car slowly opened, and he fell out stiffly, corpse-like. A friend says he saw Tim pop a spider into his mouth and munch it with this bland explanation about its taste: "It depends on the spe- cies." "I'm not necessarily proud of the 26-year-olri Ros- sovich says of his antics. "This thing is spontaneous, you know." J.OSKS 50 POUNDS The Eagles made Rossov- ich their No, 1 draft choice out of the University of Southern California in 1968, and converted him from a 270-pound defensive end into a 225-pound middle line- backer. But complaints be- fore they traded him to San Diego for a No. 1 draft choice in 1973 described Rossovich as over-rated as a player. In an interview Wednesday, the 6-foot-4 Rossovich said he's getting better and 'Pm going to be a great line- just not there yet." While time hangs heavy these days, he says be's try- ing lo hold his free spirit down. He even taped down liis wild hair when he went to introduce himself to the San Diego club executives in Au- gust. And he hasn't yet driven a motorcycle off a San Diego pier as he and Mike Ba'ne '''d once at Santa Monica, Ca- lif. "That was a long time says Rossovich of the bike ride. "I don't do most that stuff any more. I guess I'm getting a little more Tenace upset OAKLAND (AP) "All I three had Sparky 's name on said usually mild-man- nered Gene Tenace, displaying the meaning of his given first Fury. Tenace, the Oakland Athlet- catcher whose home run and single the Athletics take a 3-1 lead over Cincinnati Reds in the 1972 World Series, ripped manager Sparky Ander- son and bis National League champion Reds. "I don't feel thai that club over there has any respect for said Tenace, whose "all three" referred lo the trio of home runs he has hit so far in the series. Tenace lambasted the Reds for remarks printed in news- papers knocking the American League champion Athletics. A f ter Tenace 's two homers quoted as saying: "That kid hasn't done much before." That really upset said Tenace. "I know 1 bit only five home rtins during the season, aut that's not an indication of how I hit. "T played, against Sparky In the minors and hit pretty good. He upset me talking that way." Tenace was just getting warmed up on Anderson. He then turned his attention to Cin- cinnati catcher Johnny Bench. "How about Bench saying that if anybody should hit two home runs it should be him? For crying out loud, give an- other guy credit." Tenace not only hit a home run in Thursday night's fourth game, but his single in the ninth placed the tying run in scoring position and he even- won the first game of the series j tually scored the run in the 3-2 in Cincinnati, Anderson was I triumph. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCOR ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A WESTERS CANADA LEAGUE ern Division W L T F A i o Baltimore Bullets to a 94-83 Na- (he Oakland catcher jumped on-' tional Basketball Association victory over the Kansas City- Omaha Kings Thursday night. home plate and headed for a knot of happy team-mates run- ning from the dugout. reports prnnfttiirc ........'Must ba over 3 months) Breed or closest Ribbons will be awarded at discretion of judges with first through fourth place ribbons as welJ os. special ribbons in each class. Please cheelr the eloti or elopes in which you would HVe to enter your dog, Grooming (condition coot ond eleonlinesO Colour ffilacrceit, whlfeit or markings) Obedience (best responio to any of three Happiness (judged on anrf behavior of dog) Trkki Mtirp, rofl-over, shake, jump or olber) Siia of Dog smallest or longest) Sfie of Toil (longest or tend flnlnei to: JOY KENNEDY 317 8 Street South, Lethbrirfge, Alberta Or bring fo the ihow. Hold it. says Rocket V QUEBEC