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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wtdnoday, October 31, 1973 Tom joins Sandy NEW YORK (AP) Tom Seaver once said he d be happy to last live years in the majors Today he is the ownei of his second Cy Young award as the National League s best pitcher When I first started ing I told mv wife I d be to get five years in the big leagues the New York Mets right! ander said Tues alter winning the award tor the second time in seven seasons 'Now I want to pitch until 1 m 35 added the 28-vear-old Seaver who became the fourth pitcher in the 18 year histon of the award to win it more than once and the first m either the National or American Leagues to win it without at least 20 victories tor the baseball season But Seaver who posted a 19 1U record and led the NL in strikeouts with 251 and in earned-run average 208 won comfortablv over reliever Mike Marshall of Montreal Expos and Ron Brvart of San Francisco Giants the league s onh 20-game winner In voting bv a committee ol the Baseball Writers Associ ation ot America comprised ot two writers from each of the league s 12 cities Seaver got 10 first-place votes and 70 points after being named on 21 ballots Marshall who was 14 11 with 31 saves in 92 appearances got nine first place votes and 54 points in posting the best Cy Young showing ever for a relief pitcher However one reliever Jim Konstanty of Philadelphia in 1951 did win a most valuable plaver award Brvant got three first place votes and 50 points for his 24 12 performance However his was 3 53 and he was the tirst National League 20 game winner to fail to record a shut out since Willie Sherdel of St Louis in 1928 Others receiving support were Jack Billmgham of Cin- cinnati who got the other two lirstplace votes and 30 points Don Sutton of Los Angeles seven points Fred Norman of Cincinnati three points and Dave Giusti of Pittsburgh one point it means an awful lot to me because of the name that s on it and because it goes to one pitcher in the that s it said Seaver after joining Sandy Koufax of Los 1963-65-66 Bob Gibson of St Louis 1968-70 and Dennv McLain of Detroit 1968 69 as multiple Cy Young w mners I reallv didn t think I d win it said Seaver Smiling Tom Tom Seaver of the New York Mets was named the 1973 winner of the National League Cy Young award Despite his 19-11 record Seaver was a clear winner Bucks reach seven in row THE CANADIAN PRESS Lucius Allen scored 26 points tor Milwaukee Bucks Tuesdav night as they posted their seventh straight National Basketball Associa tion win a 112-78 win over Kansas City-Omaha Kings In Tuesday s other NBA games Buffalo Braves edged Seattle SuperSonics 105-103 Hawks downed Phoenix Suns 122 101 and Portland Trail Blazers nudged Los Angeles Lakers 114 112 San Antonio Spurs dropped New York Nets 104-92 and Memphis Tams defeated Carolina Cougars 110-99 in American Basketball Associa tion action Milwaukee the Midwest Division leaders now has a 9-1 record tor the season Kareem Abdul-Jabbar added to the.r cause against the Kings with 22 points John Block had 25 points for the Kings Randy Smith who earlier missed three free throws in a row sank two with one second to plav to give the Braves their narrow victory giving them a halt game 'pad in the Atlantic Division of the NBA Smith Bob McAdoo and Er- nie DiGregono each had 21 points for the Braves It was Buffalo s fourth win in a club record Pete Maravich scored 31 points and Lou Hudson 20 to spark the Hawks to their fourth win in their last five games Charlie Scott had 21 points for Phoenix The Trail overcame an 18 point third period deficit to beat the Lakers Geoff Petne was their high scorer with 26 points Gail Goodrich had 35 points for the Lakers HAWKINS TRADED PHOENIX (AP) Phoenix Suns Tuesday traded star forward Connie Hawkins to Los Angeles Lakers in ex- change for forward Keith Enckson and a high 1974 National Basketball Associa- tion draft choice Enckson who had been holding out in a contract dis- pute with the Lakers, is scheduled to report for the Suns game tonight against the Detroit Pistons FINAL 3 DAYS BCA'S HEN'S WEAR "For Clothing That Stay Beautiful" FALL CLEARANCE AND PRE-CHRISTMAS STOCK-UP BOYS' WEAR CLEAROUT to PRICE SLACKS-SHIRTS-SWEATERS- UNDERWEAR-SHOES-SOCKS Sweaters 50% OFF Slacks ..50% OFF Overcoats 30% OFF Shirts AMortmwit ValuM lo .00 HIGA'S JEWELRY COSTUME JEWELRY NOW ALL tALIt FINAL CXTNA 406 13th ST. 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PHONE 327-7610 Graham Kelly There is no position in all of professional sport quite like that of quarterback as far as confidence and leadership is concerned The general, the attacker the man who puts it all together If you have a good quarterback you are an important step along the road to success Without one, the situation is pretty bleak, indeed This Sunday features the battle for first place in the Western Conference Saskatchewan sits atop the standings two points ahead of the Edmonton Eskimos A win tor Edmonton will move them Both pilots had a great deal of respect for the opposition Saskatchewan is a physical ball club very tough defen- sively commented Lemmer- man They are well coached and don t make mistakes They play together as a team especially that great offense of theirs You can tell they have a lot of experience Bruce had par- ticular praise for the Rider rookies in the defensive backfield such as Jim Elder Ted Provost and Lome Richardson That whole defense is a hard hitting bunch Charlie Collins at mid die linebacker is just great So When 1 pointed out that Saskatchewan had beaten Ed- monton badh statistically but not on the Scoreboard in their last encounter the 11 year veteran wasn t concerned That was just one of those games We know we can move the ball into their end zone We ve moved the ball well on evervone else in the league and scored We 11 put the ball across their goalhne Lemmerman disputes this claim from his rival Our defense hasn t allowed more than 14 points a game through the last half of the season They ve held us close when the offense wasn t moving the ball That s been an important factor too because our last eight games were decided b> less than a touchdown We won half of those and tied one How does a quarterback get mentally ready for an impor- tant game9 Lancaster said Not only himself, but everyone on the team has to have a talk with himself before game time But you never really know if you re mentally ready to play until you re actually playing Then you find out if you can call the right plays and execute them Then >ou know if you are sen- sitive to the situation and can take advantage of It Lemmerman agreed com pletely but injected a note of caution Against the Lions in B C I could tell from the start we were on The leather was really popping on the line I threw nine completions in a row and felt tremendous Then I threw an interception and came back down to earth I asked the pivots what we could watch for in the early Lancaster was quite concerned about converting second downs to firsts Lemmerman felt that more variety should be used on first downs Usually you run on first downs, and pass on second You can look for us to show more variety on our first down plays I think we'll probably pass more on first downs than is usually the case This of course, may be good strategy considering the injury to blocking back Gene Foster As far as game strategy was concerned Lancaster said, We know what we can do We 11 do it I like to attack the defense at its strongest point If we beat their strength, the weaknesses will be easy But the whole key to all of this is execution We know what to do we have to execute our plays The key to successful into a tie for first, with the Esks taking the crucial playoff bye on the strength of season record against the Jol- ly Green Giants from Regina No two people on the field at Clarke Stadium Sunday will be more important than quarter- backs Ron Lancaster, Bruce Lemmerman (or perhaps, Tom Wilkinson) Success or failure could well depend on what kind of day the quarter- backs will have To find out their expectations, I inter- viewed both Ronnie Lancaster of Saskatchewan, and the Eskimos Bruce Lemmer- man is Ted Dushmski Besides be- ing physically tough, they are opportunists Make a mistake, they pounce on it and usually score Ronnie Lancaster, although respecting the Eskimos, had some reservations 'They've changed defensively over the years Edmonton isn't as sound on defense as they used to be although re activating Dick Dupuis is certainly a plus for them They aren't a par- ticularly physical team They rely more on finesse, on technique to beat you They don t blitz very much Basically they're a very fine, solid football team There s nothing wrong with our defense Both quarterbacks agreed that they played better when the challenge was great Their words were identical "I don t like to play for nothing Lemmerman added, I like playing games that mean something I like pressure Especially when you have a good club I have a lot of con- tidente in the people I work with Every game someone different picks us up defen- sively and makes a big play We get the ball And with Dave Cutler on the club, we know that every time we cross midfieid we have a good chance to score Cutler helps tremendously With him around we don t panic We can stick with what we do well stages to see how the game was going Lancaster said First I want to see how our defense is plaving If they are doing a good job then I can play a more conservative brand ot ball Then I want to see if I can establish a ground game to get ball control If I can do that we 11 stay in control and come out on top Lem- merman concurred "We want to see if we can get the ground game going Then we analyze the defenses and react to them Our game plan is very flexible We can change when we have to Another fac- tor too is Tom Wilkinson I m a drop back passer, Tom goes for the roll out We can employ two entirely different styles against any defense The working relationship between Wilkie and I is just great It gives us an edge execution is experience We ve got the experience When asked why the Riders seem to be a fourth quarter ball club Ronnie icplied, I m not sure that s a trait of our team We just decide when we want to go out there and get the job done, and we do Edmonton has also depended on last minute heroics "We been 2 tie conservative in reacting to defenses We think something will work, but we tend to probe longer than we Lemmerman commented "I think you'll see us react a lit- tle sooner this time Both are confident of vic- tory, although Lancaster more so The Rider pivot feels his dub has the experience and talent to win Lemmerman feels that Cutler gives his team a tremendous advantage I MUST MISSUS, YOU'RE KKP PLACE REMARKABLY CLEAN WHILE Eight in Schenley running Field is narrowed MONTREAL plavers from Montreal Alouettes and two from Edmonton Eskimos will be among the eight finalists vy- ing for the annual Schenley awards given to the top professional football players in Canada it was announced todav The finalists were selected following second round balloting by 96 football jour nalists and broadcasters in the nine Canadian Football League cities The eight were selected from a list of 33 men included in the initial ballot The final decision on each of tour player Canadian player-of- the year, lineman-of-the-year, and top be an- nounced Nov 22 in Toronto during Grey Cup week John Harvey the Als ex- plosive running back who has rushed for 980 yards and two touchdowns on 128 carries has been selected as the Eastern Football Conference candidate for the outstanding player award Edmonton s George McGowan an exciting pass- catching split end has been selected as the Western Foot- ball Conference s choice to op pose Harvey for the out- standing player prize McGowan is the top pass- catcher in the CFL this season He has gained 1 113 yards on 80 receptions and has scored nine touchdowns Gerry Organ Ottawa Rough Riders, precision-like place- ment kicker has been picked as the East s Canadian player- of-theyear Organ has dominated the EFC scoring statistics for the last two years and has chalked the EFC scoring statistics for the last two years and has chalked up 123 points this season including a record 31 field goals Organ s counterpart with the Eskimos, Dave Cutler will be the WFC candidate for top Canadian-player prize Cutler has 123 points and has kicked 30 three-pointers In the lineman-ol the-year category Ray Nettles a 220- pound linebacker with British Columbia Lions, will repre- sent the WFC while Ed George of the Alouettes will oppose him Both Nettles and George were selected as first- Nothing settled CHICAGO (AP) The World Hockey Association concluded its two-day meeting Tuesday without resolving the financial plight of New York Golden Blades "The league is giving the Blades every opportunity to get themselves organized and the club is due to report back to the league next Monday or a league spokesman said Plebiscite may be required EDMONTON (CP) Despite the fact that a plebiscite may be required, the secretary of the British Commonwealth Games Socie- ty is confident Edmonton will host the 1978 games K S (Sandy) Duncan, in an interview Monday, said he does not see any possibility "of Edmonton deciding not to host the games, such as DUNLOP FORD'S Exhibition Pavilion November 6th to 10th Denver did with the Olym- pics Duncan had been informed by Mayor Ivor Dent that the city's British Commonwealth Games in 1978 hkely would re- quire a plebiscite The Games Society official said it is the first time in the Com- monwealth Games' history such a move would be necessary But he added "I have ab- solute confidence that Ed- monton will hold the games in 1978 I have met all the members of the organizing committee and these men will live up to their words "I leave the financing up to the financing committee round nominees for the lineman category last year Montreal s Johnny Kodgers last year's Heisman Trophy winner as the outstanding col- lege football player in the United States while at the University of Nebraska, was selected as the EFC's fmqhst for rookie-of-the-year Rodgers is among the leading rushers in the EFC with 303 yards on 55 carries He has caught 36 passes for another 722 yards and seven touchdowns Lome Richardson a defen- sive halfback with Saskatche- wan Roughnders will oppose Rodgers as the WFC s 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