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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Sepiember 8, 1973 S0IXY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan Dodger tailspin reaches eight straight games Murtaugh simply made one change A BIT of everything "The old typing fingers get a litllc rusty what with holidays and all There was a rumor going around in Portland while I was there that the Chicago Cubs would be moving to the Phillipines so they could change their names to the Manilla Fold- ers It's funny how one keeps his cars open even when on holidays I hap- pened to catch a broadcast from Los Angeles on the up- coming fight between Muh -arnmad Ali and Keu Norton The reporter mada it clear he picked Norton to stop Ali, baseball heading into the home stretch and Hank Aaron within six home runs of Babe Ruth's 714 home runs a great deal of the attention has been iocused on the spit- ball I ran across an in- tsresting item on the pitch and it concerned Lew Bur- dette According to sour- ces I uon'i argue with Bur- 1 Doug Barkley of Lethbridge A', ill head London's entry in the European Professio n a 1 Hockey League this winter. The came out of Detroit Friday Barkley played with and coached Detroit Red Wings of the National Hock- ey League Red owner Bruce Norris had an- other startling announcement to make ss v.cll tcday Arthur Norris. nephen of the club's owner, has been ap- pointed a Wings vice-presi- dent to ''learn thc hockey "When will the Australian swimmers ever slow up? A 15 year eld schoolboy from Carina, sliced a sensational 1.47 sec- ends off the v.orld record for metres freestyle Stephen sw am the distance in IS minutes, 3 73 seconds to smash the record He also cut a remark- able 6.2 seconds off the rec- ord for the world 800 metre record during the race Holland, at 15 is 5'1Q'' and weighs 139 pounds Norm Smith died rc-cent- Iv in Melbourne. Australia and quickly to, I might add I can't for the life of me see how he can be so sure. So Norton broke Ali's jaw He couldn't put Ali away even with Ocean Mouth's hurts Ali will cool off Norton and we'll back where we started listening to the self made "greatest fighter of all time" Lethbridge fight fans, those who still follow the busted beak business, can see the fight with Ali and Nor- ton in full color and live on Cablavision, Channel 2 at Monday evening next. dette was possibly the most famous wet ball thrower of all time Apparently news- papers, when running his pitching record used three columns, won, lost and rela- tive humidity His real name, and this is the truth, is Lewis Selva Bur- dette Printers setting his middle name instinctively missepll-sd it By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It's out of the rocking chair and into the fire for Danny Murtaugh. And the newly-named reeling the Pirates to a 10-3 de- i the deposed Bill Virdon in the' was 1-3 in first games before cision over Philadelphia Phillies in a National League baseball game Friday night. midst of a pennant race. In other National League ac- tion. New York Mets made the I East Division fight even more burgh Pirate manager doesn't j of thing before, so you can ex- cuse his nonchalance. This is Murtaugh has done this sort interesting by taking a double- I mind the heat at all. "As soon as I made my first lineup change, I felt right at the fourth time he's managing the Pirates. The club coaxed header from Montreal Expos, 1- 0 and 4-2 in 15 innings; Atlanta Braves blanked Cincinnati Reds 5-0; San Diego Padres trimmed Murtaugh said after di-1 him out of retirement to replace LOS Angeles Dodgers 4-3 and San Francisco Giants downed Houston Astros 9-6. Two-out singles in the ninth ilber wonders wliat is next? Friday night." Murtaugh, who's seen a total of six Pirate games all year, said he had "no difficulty think- ing" about the managerial moves he had to make. Billy Williams slugged five lu'ts, two of them in a six-run, sixth inning outburst, to lead Chicago's 8-2 victory over St. Louis. The fifth-place Cubs moved within five games of the Cardi- inning by Willie Stargell and I nals in the zany National Richie Zisk delivered the tying and winning runs for the Pi- rates in the ninth. After the Pirates wiped out a Philadelphia lead with the j six-run rally, the Phillies came jback with three runs in their half of the inning but fell short. By THE CANADIAN PRESS i Del V.'ilber knew when he I took over as interim manager fired last Sunday by Detroit, as j new manager. t in a said Wilber. I I don't know if I'll be back in K J League East race. Wayne Garrett led off game with a home run, helping Jon Matlask beat Montreal 1-0 in the opener of their double- header. Matlack gave up five hits before needing last-out re lief help from Tug McGraw. METS FOUR BACK McGraw pitched sparkling re- of Texas Rangers that piloting j thc dugout Saturday night or RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 SPORT Ga. (AP) of rookie Larry baseball's losingest team would not. No one has told me any- thing beyond the fact that j lief and a thres-run John Schrosdsr, bursting into Stubblefield, who had a 71 for I rally in the 15th inning with a prominence after years of 1133. Lou Graham had a be no easy for just one night. j whifey was fired and I was in But he couldn't have been the dugout tonight J prepared for the emotional see-' Texas two-nan single lo pace New virtual obscurity on the pro tour, shook off a double bogey business from the ground up" Now that's for me Become a vice-presidant so I can learn from the ground up I thought I had had every remark con- cerning my slight casa of overweight until Thursday I was having my picture taken for the new columns and our publisher. Mr Cleo Mowers happened by "didn't anyone tell you we had our own enlarging equip- j saw the Rangers gave him in a wild 10-8 American League win over Oakland Athletics. First the Rangers surren- dered six runs in one inning to fall far behind. Then they scored six in another inning to j take the lead. Then they had I trouble getting the last out to Elsewhere in the American League Friday night. Boston 1 Red Sox blasted Detroit Tigers i 11-3. Milwaukee Brewers shut out New York Yankees 5-0, Bal- ment he said "thare i timore Orioles downed Cleve- was no need for you to do it." land Indians 7-3 and Chicago White Sox trimmed Minnesota if Twins 5-2. California Angels and Kansas Smith, I'm sure, would not mean anything to a lot of people but some may re- call his name He is a legend in the rugby coaching ranks He took a team to the finals 11 straight years i club to the Pacific Coast and they won j League championship, may equivalane to our Grey Cup have a short stay as interim re- six times in 1967 with heart troubles but returned in 1969 to take a team from ninth piacs to the top without a single change in personnel It is claimed as the greatest piece of athletic coaching in rugby history. City Royals were rained out at I Kansas City. HERZOG FIRED Wilber. who managed Rangers' Spokane. Wash, farm i the Brewers in the first inning Jeff Burroughs hit his 25th homer to key a six-run Texas rally in the fourth and .they were sitting on a 10-G lead with two out in the ninth. GOT LAST OUT A shgle by Bill North and dovbles by Joe Rudi and Sal Bando for" the Athletes made it j' 10-8, but Wilber called in Jim Merritt, who got Reggie Jack- son to roll out to end the game. Brooks Robinson drove in four runs with a pair of timely singles and Rich Coggins and Earl Williams added three hits each for the Orioles, who have won 18 of their last 23 games. Carlos May drove in three runs to help the White Sox win their eighth in a row and Wil- bur Wood win his 23-rd game of the year. George erzog ARTJKGTQK. Tex. (AP) Texas Rangers owner Bob Short York's 4-2 triumph in the mara- thon second game. The victory moved the fourth-place Mets within four games of St. Louis. Dusty Baker and Marty Perez each hit two-run homers to lead Atlanta a 5-0 victory over Cin- cinnati. Ron Schueler checked j the Reds on five hits. 1 Dave Roberts slugged a home i run in the sixth inniiig, break- jing a 3-3 tie as San Diego j handed slumping Los Angeles its eighth straight loss, 4-3. Garry Maddox singled across two runs and two more scored on errors to cap a mid, five-run Scott trinled home the two runs and scored a third for He retired placement for Whitey Herzog, rr trni'hW wnQ wag ljefOre game. The Rangers called a press and Jim SI at on New York hits. manager Herzog and named Del Wilber as in- terim pilot of the American League baseball team Friday night. The filing was effective im- mediately and Wilber guided the Rangers in their Friday- night game against Oakland Athletics. Short made the announcement shortly before the game began. Short said he made his deci- sion on the Rangers' won-lost record and the club's dull per- formance on the field. The club Orlando Cepeda capped two is in the AL West cellar-. Boston rallies with run-scoring singles Yastrzem-'Ti drove runs for the Red Sox, who re- j a two-year contract and was in and a charging Gary Player Friday for a 65 and a two- stroke lead after two rounds of the Southern Open golf tournament. Done Bies and Artie McNickle soared to a 76-143. Four strokes back was Pete Brown at 136 after a 66, while defending champion Dewitt Weaver was in a group at 138 i after a 68. Schrceder also had to over- j Five strokes back were 1970 come the 97-degree sunshine (Southern winner Mason that baked the par Rudolph with a 68, Forrest Fez- 70, course to post a 36-hole total ler, who shot a 68, Curtis Sif- of 132. He had eight birdies including on the back nine, three com- ing on the final three holes after he recorded his double bo- gey six on the par-four 440-yard 15th hole. ford with a 69, Chi Chi Rodri- guez with a 66 and Harry Tos- cano with a 67. Some of the major casualties who failed to make the cut of 144 included Deane Beroan, Bert Greene, and Ken Barrel- eighth that gave San Francisco After his near disaster on 15, ;son, the former major league a 9-6 triumph over Houston. Schroeder lost a share of the Tonight, the Mets send 16- game winner Tom Seaver against Steve Rogers, the Expos' impressive rookie. In to- day's other games. St. Louis is at Chicago, Pittsburgh at Phila- delphia, Cincinnati at Atlanta, San Diego at Los Angeles and Houston at San Francisco. Those match-ups are repeated Sun-clay, with a doubleheader at Atlanta. lead to Player, who also shot a 65, before rebounding with his finishing strmg of birdies, which included a spectacular 35-footer on 17. Player was two strokes back at 134 along with Grier Jones, who shot 67. The other four first-round co- baseball star. leaders stumbled with the ex-1 Friday. SHARKS LAND WALTERS LOS ANGELES (AP) Ron Walters, who scored 28 goals and 26 assists with Edmonton Oilers last year, has been ac- quired by Los Angeles Sharks, a spokesman for the World Hacksy Association team said scattered six a pair of Herzog. who attended Short's and Carl news conference, said. "I was in three j under the impression that I had iLandrv hot conference for 3 p.m. EDT to- i maincd four games behind the 'a position of trying to build a day at which they were ex- {first-place Orioles in the bal1 club- When Short kept com- j pected to name Billy Martin.' can League East. I lnS lnto -he clubhouse and laughing after every defeat, I assumed the won-loss record was secondary for this season and I managed accordingly." Lions' v ANDY CAPP CAPRI BOWL Nina Sindlmger 237 Helen Hol- NU-MOOE iand 25d' E'sine Krown 275, Frances Linda Atocslet Ma-y Aroki 243 Harris Irene Pcnych 242, Mary Chris E'l 228, Marv Ra'h 245, Schielke 239. Clrothy OlsnasH 257 AAyrna SPEEDY'S Olshask! 272 Eerricce Favan I Jean Kcskoski 2-15, Ev Ostroski 228, 286 Me I Anstto 223, Maureen j Myra Malcomson 274, Edith Vcth Ferguson 227, Connie Scott 222. I Irene 241, Isabel e r r i Sawchuk 260, Rose Johnson 268, Marg {Smith Linda Malcomson 260, Shir- rda 243, A'asa Goshinmon 221, Sum! ?'eacru-ra 21" i COFFEE Glenys Gerstenbuhler Betty 254, Joan Milton 256, Aarienne IOMES Ed Henderson 256, Jim Morp 273, Norman Guylai Doug Anderson 218, Earl 229, Rick Kennedy 212, Barry Tollestrup 213. JUNIOR'S SHOP Olga LaRocque 243, Mary Blair 282, Evelyn Ccutts 236, Eloise Ives 239 Jen He-si 2il, Mert dually 256, McKeever 269, Cnerly Fleming 253, Raffle Winners Great West Tire ladies' Soft- ball winners which was drown at the businessmen's sofffaall playoffs: 1st PATIO SET GARY KENA 924-1 Oth St. S. 2nd DOUBLE HIBACHI MARY ANN SNEDDEN 1126-21st St. S. Cecile Komonac 254 Peggy Fer- ry 228, Marg Hamillon 229, Betty Zso- van 227. MARTINIZING Lunna Lengyel ?5D, Marilyn Christ- iansen 262, Mery Mlhalik 251, Mssa Goshinmon 260 Evelyn More 257 Doreen Wilson 278, Linda j Vrabel 316 Jean Burr 246, Pat LeC'laire 245, Arlene Nierni 230, Isa- bella Bergman 223, EAGLES LODGE Ethel Campbell 225, Helen Wests 240, Joyce Marsden 242 Olga LaRccque 203, Connie Gillett 201, John LaRccque 231, Rick Larson 222, Joe Gillett 225, Cyril Barnett 237, Larry Veres 248. GORDIES MEN Ryo Nagata 321 Jim Higa 311 Mike Zmurchyk 292, Ken Lar- son 280 Dave Smeed 3J6 Lino Chiste 263, Tak Katakami 271, Ken Malcomson 268, Tom Adams 274, Bruno Baceda 263. THEM I'D GO 'OWE WERE ANDY'S GOT COMPANY MQ, MARY, I'VE FINISHED WORK OFFERED ANOTHER JOB Short said he has offered Her- zog the job of director of player procurement in the team's or- ganization and_ his offer is un- der consideration. DETROIT (AP) Detroit quarterback Greg Landry passed for three touchdowns and scored one on a two-yjj d run Friday night to lead the Lions to a 34-21 National Foot- ball League exhibition victory over New England Patriots. Sam Cunningham scored New into the game against England's three touchdowns, Oakland the Rangers had a 47- record and were 34 games out of first place. Short said he has contacted several candidates for the posi- tion of manager. He said he has spoken with fired Detroit man- ager Billy Martin and hopes to do the same with recently fired Pittsburgh manager Bill Vir- don. Wilber managed the Rangers' ELRICH TIRE NATIONAL LEAGUE East St. Louis VI L 72 69 Pittsburgh 63 t9 Montreal New York Chicago Philadelphia Cincinnati Los Angeles San Francisco Houston Atlanta 68 72 63 73 .482 64 73 .475 63 78 .447 West 85 56 .603 ..S3 "59 .585 80 59 .576 71 72 .497 68 74 .479 Pet. GBL .511 .496 1 San Diego si 89 .264 FIRDAY'S RESULTS two on short runs in the first half and another on a three- yard pass, from second-string quarterback Brian Dowling in the last five minutes. Landry, who finished with 15 completions in 20 passes for 275 j New York yards, connected for a 30-yard Montreal touchdown asi'ial to Larry j .....____ ton for a first quarter score. j stinson, Humphrey HR: He added a 14-yarder to Altie Taylor in the second, a 45-yard 4 15 17' i 33'3 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Baltimore EO 57 Boston Detroit j New York Milwaukee Cleveland Pet. G3L .5E4 78 63 .553 7.J 65 .521 71 70 .50-1 68 72 E2 .427 Oakland Kercss City Chicago Minnesota California Texas West C2 53 .536 76 62 .551 71 70 .504 67 72 .62 73 .459 48 91 .345 4 11 13'? 22 171; 33'3 (12-15) ICO ODD 1 003 0 Spakane, Wash., farm club in j scoring pass to Ron Jessie in the Pacific Coast League. Spo- kane won the league champion- ship this season. the third and swept for a two- yard touchdown run in the final quarter. Garrett SECOND New York 7 0 S 0 '1 and :7) and NY COO 000 100 COI 13 Herzog's firing was the sec- j The Patriots had taken a 7-0 ond in two days and third lead on Cunningham's three- witliin the past week in major yard run and the conversion by league baseball. Virdon was dis- missed by the Pirates Thursday and Martin was fired last week. Mike Clark, but Errol Mann's conversion after Walton's score was blocked. IPaytie concerned about Sunday's clash LOCATED !N HOLIDAY VILLAGE We are now taking bookings for league bowling Ladles' Coffee Leagues TUESDAY MORNING worry oughies' coach By THE CANADIAN PRESS Payne said after watching Saskatchewan has an was cut two days after Despite a four-point lead in the Western Football Confer- ence and a veteran team that appears to be better than ever, Saskatchewan Roughriders lml Wed. Afternoon Leagues Openings are also open in the following 9 Mixed Leagues TUES., WED., AND FRI. 9 TO 11 P.M. FR1. AND SAT. 7 TO 9 P.M. 9 Senior Citizens League THURSDAY AFTfRNOON Classical Triple Major League THURSDAY 9 TILL 11 P.M. We have openings for individuals or couples wishing to bowl. YBC bowling Friday after school and Saturday morning cai; 328 2855 for further information coach John Payne isn't taking it easy for Sunday's game with Calgary films of Calgary's 25-24 Labor i incentive in the games to be j he took a swing at quarterback Day win over Winnipeg. "It was..... just a matter of an adjustment period before he would find his old touch and judging by wnat he did last week, it looks like he's found While Payne prepares for Cal- season. Payne is concerned that the Edmonton Eskimos are, getting ready for tonight's inter- Roughriders may be com- placent against the Stampeders in Regina and he's also worried about the resurgence of Calgary quarterback Peter Liske. "He looks like fche Liske of old, especially in the second half of their win over the Bomb- locking game at home against Montreal Alouettes of the East- ern Football Conference. The Eskimos are tied with Calgary and British Columbia Lions for second in the WFC with six points. CHILDREN'S CLASSES 14 YRS. AND UNDER TUES. and THUR5. 6 P.M. Reg. Now until Sept. 18th Month Month for two in family under 14 12 ORR KARATE KUNG FU STUDIOS 258A 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-1241 LISKE ADJUSTING Lisk, who returned this sea- son to Calgary after four years in the National Football League, had trouble getting un- tracked as the Stamps scored only 54 points in their first five games. But he exploded for three touchdown passes against Winnipeg and reminded fans of his glory years with Calgary in the 1960s. The Eskimos held spirited practices as coach Ray Jauch dismissed suggestions that the team is split by disension. "There is not dissension on this team. Some people are try- ing to read something into the events and decisions of the past week that just aren't there. Look at these guys. They're here to do a job. It's just unfortunate that I have to sit here and deny there is dis- sension." The questions about internal problems were prompted when 12-year veteran receiver Bobby televised on the CTV western j Bruce Lemmerman. Jauch said network at 3 p.m. EST. The the mam reason Taylor was cut Stamps were responsible for was because he lacked speed, Saskatchewan's only loss in six but the Lemmerman incident outings, a 23-15 decision in the "may have speeded up the error-filled second game of the process." Edmonton has lost rookie of- fensive lineman Joe Worobec for at least six weeks. He will have surgery on a knee injured earlier in the season. Injuries have plagued Mon- treal, with quarterback Sonny Wade out for the season with torn knee ligaments and playing coach-defensive halfback Gene Gaines sidelined with a broken leg. Linemen Barry Randall and Dan Yochum are not 100-per- cent fit because of various ail- ments, but they are listed to start in the Edmonton game that will be nationally televised on CBC at 10 p.m. EDT. Cecil Pryor will return to one defensive end spot after missing Monday's game with Toronto, while middle linebacker Carl Crennel will continue to fill in for injured Junior Ah You at the other defensive end position. Ah You, who hasn't played this season, is expected to be ready for Tuesday's game at Vancouver against the Lions. Montreal COI 000 0 1 Koosman, Parker McGraw (3-6i (9) Sadecki (15) and Grote, Dyer (7) Torrez, Marshall (11-9) (7; and Hum- phrey, Stinson SI. Louis 001 MO 2 7 1 Chicago TOO 006 8 12 1 Wise Andres Krausse (7) and Simmons, Haney Hooton (12- 13) and Rudolph, Hundley Pittsburgh 16 0 Philadelphia 001 03) 8 10 2 Kison, Johnson (4-1) Giustl Hernandez (9) end Sanguillen; Brelt, Scores Brandon Wallace Dirio (9) and Eoone. HRs: Boons Doyle Cincinnati 000 eoo 0 S Atlanta 010 004 5 8 0 Grimsley Baney Hall (8) and Bench; Schuleer (8-7) and Casa- nova. HR: Perez San Diego 200 101 t o Lcs Angeles MO 010 9 1 Arlm Caldwell end Ken- dall; Osleen (16-8) and Ferguson. HR: Houston MO 021 9 3 FIRDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee IM 000 580 New York CM 000 063 i Siatcn (12-11) and El. Rodriguez; Me- 1 Granger (6) and Mun- Detroit C1C 010 3 10 1 j Ecslon CSS 210 5 0 Perry Soirrman 2i, Miller Farmer Strah'er Pattin (13-13) end Fisk. HRs: Hcrton BEISimere 103 OC-S 7 10 1 Cleveland CO' CIO 380 McNelly (15-4) and Williams; Perry (15-9) and Duncan. HRs: rins (2) Baltimore 103 CCO 330-7 10 1 Cleveland 001 010 8 0 I McNally (15-4) and Williams; Perry (15-9) and Durcan. HRs: gins (2) Chicago 202 COO 10 0 Minnesota COI 010 6 0 Wood Acosta (9) and Herr- mann; Decker Corbin Al- bury Hands (8) and Mitterwald. HRs: hclm Oakland 9 1 Texas 100 602 16 2 Odom, Knowles and Edwards; Bradley, Willoughby I Sask. Moffitr McMahort (3-0) Edmonton Sosa (9) and Sadek HRs: I Calgary Cedeno B.C. I Winnipeg T F A Pts 0 133 98 10 0 121 111 6 0 79 111 6 0 131 Ul 6 0 119 129 2 G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD "YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER" COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 Itt South Phorw 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;