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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, September 13, 1971- Gkiiils break recent dump FASTBALL LEAGUE STANDOUTS The Lethbridge Sen- ior Men's Faslboll League wrapped up another season Saturday with a banquet and 'he awarding of individual trophies. Some of the winners are, front left to right, Lloyd Yamagishi, M and K Generals all star second base and Don Dielzen, Conlroctors, outfield and home run king. Back, left lo right, Gary Wyrosiack, Dallas Cowboys, out- field, George Waselenak, Cowboys, outfield. George San toni. Cowboys pitcher and mosl valuable player, Richafd Dietzen, Contractors, catcher, and Terry Rhoades Labor Club, third base. Missing Barry House, Conductors, short- stop and first baseman Bob Seloguchi, Labor Club. Joins Lolich. Blue ai llie lop Wood reaehes 20-win plateau By T11E ASSOCFATED PRESS. earnecl-nm average. 1.8" over 295 innings; and tlie most strikeouts, 291, high in the ma- jors. But he has not won a panic in September, has lost four of his last five decisions and has com- piled only a mediocre B-C record since the All-Star game. All of leaves Wood as a legitimate cnnlcndcr for the honor as Ihe American League's outstanding pitcher. Wood, a relief pitcher until The American League's Cy Young sweepstakes now is a three-way nobody is knocking Wood. Wilbur Wood, the veteran knuckleballing reliever -lurned- starter who has been the main- stay of. Chicago White Sox pitch- ing staff this season, became the American League's third 20-game of 1971 Sunday hy five-hitting Kansas City Roy- als 3-0. Elsewhere in the American League, Detroit trimmed Boston Red Sox 3-2, Cleveland Indians heat New York Yankees 5-2 and Milwaukee Brewers downed California Angels 1-3. The doub- leheader between Washington Senators and Baltimore Orioles rained oul. In Saturday's games. New- York defeated Cleveland 108, Detroit edged Boston 1-0, Oak. land nipped Minnesota 5-3. Kan- Thc Western Eight Football apiece for the Cougars. nm.aic rhiram Conference opened its 1971 sea- Schmold has big weekend sas City Royals beat Chicago White Sox 4-2 and Milwaukee blanked California 3-0. Thc shutout by Wood, 20-11, lowered his earned-run-average to 1.97 over 292 innings pitched. LOUGH'S ERA HIGHER By comparison, Mickey Lolich rf Detroit Tigers has a better has pitched son five games Saturday. In the five games staged Ger- ald S' c h m o 1 d of the Coaldale Kate Andrews Spartans had llie biggest outing, scoring five touchdowns in their 65-fi trounc- ing over the visiting Nanton Knights. In the final game Saturday, the Cardslon St. Mary's Warriors travelled lo Claresholm and went home with a 25-6 victory. Cowbovs only Dodgers, Cardinals can't gain By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS Ted Simmons hit a two-rim Schmold. who picked up 201 I f irris nn Ifi rarrips u'HB aidprl 1111JJCUI.UUI yards on 16 carries was aided more has a much higher ERA, 3.05. And then there is Vida Blue, A'ho started for Oakland Sun- jay, gave up Five runs in eight nnings and was not involved in .he decision as Minnesota the KmSllts came UP lefeated the Athletics 7-5 in 10 nnings. On s t a t i 5 I. i c s air-no. Blue vould have the award locked by Rick Low's two touchdowns and single touchdowns hy Ray Lister, deny Ricket and Barric Ontkean. Rick Sears scored Ihe only Bv THE ASSOCIATED 1'IIESS ip. He has the best record of trio, 23-8; the lowest with. Meanwhile the Pictue Briiltc Elks and High River both blanked their oppositions by 27-0 scores. The Elks paced by M i I Dallas Cowboys finished the National Football League's ex- liibition lour Saturday as the only unbeaten club in pre-sea- pitching by Ken Sanders, who ni came on lo replace Marty Pat- tin in the eighth and recorded this season, was turned into a starter by Chuck Tanner, who is in his first full year as man- ager. "At firsl 1 reluctant about coming out of Hie bull- Wood declared. "I had been quite successful over Hie last three or four years in the bullpen, but Chuck is Hie boss. so I went along with slarl- ing deal 100 per cenl." "Winning 19 isn't loo far away from winning but 20 is 10 j times he added. "I feel physically hurl." Blue i moaned, after going cighl in- j nings against Ihe Twins. "My body is tired, not my arnv. I feel 1 can go a slrong six innings, but that's about all." Oakland manager Dick Wil- liams said if Blue leading in the fiflh or sixth inning of his next start he would lake his ace out for a rest, but made no mention of changing his pitch- ing rotation. Wood was not Ihe only pitch- ing star in the American League Sunday. Detroit reliever Tom Timmerman, 60, pitched cue-hit ball over the final 5 1-3 I innings as the Tigers edged Bos- I ton. Home runs by Tony Taylor and Al Kaline accounted for the Tigers' scoring. Two home runs by Graig Net- llcs and one by Roy Foster provided the batting support for Cleveland's Sam McDowell. 12- 14. A three-run outburst in the sixth inning, plus clutch relief "It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the the old saying don't lell that lo San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals. Winning is Llie only thing on the minds of the four National League winning is what they did Sunday, keeping a couple of divisional races as tight as when the day's play began. The Giants, snapping out of seven-game tailspin, struck fasL to heat. Atlanta Braves 6-1 and retain their meagre three-game lead in the West Division over the charging Dodders, who won their sixth in a row with a 6-3 victory over San Diego Padres. In the East Division, Nelson Briles held Montreal to six hits and blanked the Expos 4-0 to keep the Pirates games ahead of St. Louis, which got a four-hi' shu.lout from Bob Gib- son for a 4-0 triumph over Chi- cago Cubs. In the two other National League games, New York Mets rallied to nose out Philadelphia Phillies 3-2 and Houston Astros won its seventh in a row, down- ing Cincinnati Reds 4-2. CUDS BLANK CARDS In Saturday's games, Chicago blanked St. Louis 7-0, Montreal bested Pittsburgh 4-1, Houston nipped Cincinnati 5-2, New York bombed Philadelphia 9-2 and At- lanta edged San Francisco "f think we're back on the track, too." said Bobby Bonds, who helped get the Giants going with his 29th homer, a two-run shot in their four-run first against the Braves, then added run-scoring double in the ninth. Bill Suriakis drilled a pinch double in the fifth inning that cut the Padres' 3-0 lead to one run, then the Dodgers erupted for four runs in the seventh for tlie victory. Pittsburgh gave Briles the only run he needed in the first inning as rookie Ronnie Stennett dou- bled and scored on Bob Robert- son's single. Robertson also scored in the fourth and singled in another run in the eighth giv- ing Pittsburgh the finale of Ihi t h r e c -g a m c set against the Expos. homer to pace the St. Louis at- tack. major league lead among active pitchers. Mike Jorgcnscn of the Mets Gibson's shutout was his fifth stroked the game deciding hit, a of the season and 50th of his one-out single ;n (he bottom of career, tying him with Giants' Juan Marichal for the and thrown a sacrifice bunt wildly past first. John Mayberry clobbered a three -run homer and Cesar Oed- eno smacked a solo shot for Ihe Astros lo give Don Wilson his 15th victory. Race results CALGARY (CP) Vi race results Salurday: First claiming, 3 year olds, 7 (ur- Mull I Special (Hedge) 1-1.20 7.80 4.50 Rockin Roman 4.DO Disismarjic (Billingsley) d.90 Time 2-5 Mystic Heights, .Music To My Ears, Jolinny Red, Pauline's Pet, Happy Bernic also ran Second SI ,500 claiming, A years old and up lla iles Jean's Goldie (Shields) 5.50 3.80 290 Royal Traffic (Hunt) 5.00 3.20 Dark Numbers (Watson) Time 1-5 Hog Flight, Tivoli Belle, Prairie Blue, Mellowdale also ran Track Scratch: Random Rage DAILY DOUBLE 539.50 Third claiming, 3 year olds, I1 a miles Sandy's Splendour (Hunt) 6.40 3.60 2.BO War Glee (Hedge) 5.10 3.5H Gold Label (Watson) 4.30 Time 2-5 Sione, Saucy Susie, Hopping Hope, Reqicrae, Fleet Flitter also ran Fourth claiming, A ye 7 furlongs Bomb Site (Hunt) 8.70 5.90 Charlie L (Hedge) 3.70 3.10 Pixie Belle 10.30 Time 1-5 Speedy Kim, New Creator, Lilllei Miss Day, Doolin Prince. Grin Fir nl.sn ran OKAY, SEE >NOU AT ITEATIME THEN FOREVER! I'VE SEVERED ALL LINKS r olds and up, S1.600, claiming, t HE miles Fifth year olds and up, son play with a 24-17 win over Kansas City Chiefs. In games Sunday, Detroit his 2fllh save of the season. Lions bombed Philadelphia Ea- h i g h 1 i g h t e d Milwaukee's gles -19-10. Chicago Bears triumph. whipped Denver Broncs 33-17. Darts Shaw s wo touchdowns dumped steelers downed New he Cardston Cougars while Phil I York and Invin led High Rivers attack oilcrs mpped New Orleans over Milk River with three. SahlLs 24.17 oLher Saturday John Jaskwiec7ic gave the Oakland Raiders The L e L h bridge Women's home club Raymond Comets an Inter City Dart League, which easy 39-12 victory over the Vul games, vas to have started last week, can Cougars. vill now commence Tuesday ivening. Tuesday's games will be play- id at the Legion at eight j'clock. downed Baltimore Colts 2- Minnesota Vikings blanked Miami Dolphins 24-0 and Wash- Jaskwteczic scrambled for' ington Redskins tied Cincinnati three touchdowns while Morris i Bengals 17-17. Aneca chipped in with two. Raymond Shaw and Glen Bi'.ckoltz managed a touchdown Oui WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM CAMPBELL vs BELAFONTE Anson Von Hess vs Jovico 6 Exciting Matches WANTED IMMEDIATELY Two Top Calibre, Ambitious Salesmen To sell our exclusive line of 1972 automobiles coming soon. Full company benefits. Apply in person lo: LORNE FRANZ FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 7lh Si. onil lit Avo. Soulh Irllibridge OPEN CHAMPION ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Jay Dolan of Leicester, Mass, won the third annual Newfound- Two encounters on lap LouighL Two games are on tap night at Henderson Park in Hie I tathhrulgc M i n o r Football Leading things off at will be the Lions and Slamped- ers followed by llie Bombers and Cardston Bloods. Cardston is a new entry the league this year making it Nebraska, Ohio win easily j By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nebraska and Ohio Slale, which ha--e long had Uie win- ning habit under veteran roaches Boh Dcvaney and W oo