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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, SepHmb.r 25, I97J--------- They're still chasing Hed Sox in eastern race y THE ASSOC1ATHI) PRESS Forget the games-beliind col- mn. Don't even look at HID a m e s-remaining column. tiose numbers can lead to egative thinking and with 10 ays to go in baseball's Ameri- League East championship hase, there's no room for egalive thinking. There's nothing negative Boston's numbers May. he Red Sox hold a one-game dge over Detroit afler whip- ing the Tigers 7-2 Sunday. Third place Baltimore Orioles emaincd 2M> behind, defeating lilwaukee Brewers 4-3, and the lird-ptace New York Yankees losed to within three games of lop by sweeping a double- carter from Cleveland Indians, 4 in 11 innings ar.d 8-3. In other Sunday games, Oak- ind Athletics reduced their ic number for clinching the Vest to five. The Athletics split SHADRIN CARRIES' PUCK Soviet player Vladimir Shadrin (19) carries the puck down the ice wilh unidentified Canadian in hot pur- suit. Team Canada stayed wilh the Russians through three periods Sun- day for a 3-2 victory. (Cp Wirephoto) Orr on hoi seat after game By BRUCE I.EVETT Canadian Press Sports Editor MOSCOW (CP) A Russian reporter put Bobby Orr on the hot scat Sunday night and asked him whether he felt liis Boston Bruins team-mate Phil Esposito acted in a sportsman- like manner toward the refer- ees. Team Canada had just de- feated the Soviet national team 3-2 to edge closer to the Rus- sians who are leading the eight- game series 3-2 with one game tied. Orr, recovering from off-sea- EOH knee surgery, hasn't played in the series and was a guest at a post-game news conference. The refereeing was the hot and Esposito's re- peated complaints to the offi- cials. "You can become frustrated when you get officiating like Orr said. "Phil got double minor in the first period and I haven't figured it out yet. "It's the worst officiating I've ever seen and it's a darn shame they won't let us play our game at full strength." "Whatever Phil did, I'm be- hind him, 100 per cent. And we're not we won the game." CANADIANS HIT The Canadians won It by playing their own game. Team Canada played fire-wagon hockey, knocking the Russians off the puck. There was an over-capacity house of fans at the Sporta Palace, as reporters dis- covered when duplicate tickets for press box seats began to turn up. There was no scoring in the first period. The Russians sent mrt their youngsters early, a departure from other games when they saved the young legs for late-game rallies. Esposito drew two minors for charging Yuri Shatalov and the Russians didn't get a single shot on goalie Ken Dryrlen in he entire four minutes the Ca- nadians were short-handed. All the scoring was in the second period. Dryden was screened on the minutes later when he drew Yuri Lyapkin shot from the left goalie Vladislav Tretyak as he point that went in the left side of the net skate high through a maze of legs. Dennis Hull tied it up four moved across the net and lipped the puck high as the goalie flopped. Just over a minute later, ANDY CAPF 1 KEEP VOU WAlTiN', SIR, BUT WHAT IT'S I UKERUNNIN' ApLJB HANBEO NER LOOKIN1 FOR A NO GO iv FOUND THAT (A MAN I BETTEf? UNBBZ In four games Warriors ousted NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) New Westminster Salmonbellies came from be- hind for an 18-16 victory over Brantford Warriors Saturday night to take the Mann Cup senior lacrosse final in four straight games. The Warriors, who won the title in straight games from the Salmonbellies a year ago, had their running game desert them in the first three meetings this year. Although they were zip- ping around the floor Saturday as they faced elimination, the westerners were doing some zipping of their own. New Westminster playing- coach Paul Parncll, who fired three goals and added four as- sists in the final game, and Brantford Coach Moriey Kells agreed that the Warriors couldn't put their game to- gether in the opening three matches. But then they parted com pany, with Kells maintaining that running is the hicgest part in lacrosse and Pameii holding out for defence and goaltentl- ing. Saturday night, however, de- fence was thrown to (lie winds. The Warriors roared lo an early three-goal !ead, heltl on to go into the second period lead- ing by two goals, then sagged to allow the Salmontellies to finish the middle period ahead 14-13 and never looked back. e MOSCOW (AP) The coaches of Team Canada, in- censed at what they term 'biased, incompetent referee- scheduled a meeting to- day with Alan Eagleson, team director, to seek a change in game officials. "John Ferguson, Harry Sin- den and I will meet today to decide on what the next move will Eagleson said. "What- ever they decide, I'll pass along on an official basis." Eagleson already has had about three unofficial con- frontations. The most important came Sunday night during the break between the second and third periods of the game won 3-2 by Team Canada 'over the Russian national learn and involved An- drei StarovoHov, director of the Soviet Ice Hockey Federation. "Starovoitav came to me where I was being interviewed on Eagleson said. "Through an interpreter, he asked me to tell everyone to cool off, that this was supposed to be a friendly series." ARGUE CALLS The Canadians, checking hard and arguing what they fel were incorrect calIs- -such at icing whistles against a team with a man in (he penalty 31 minutes in penal ties to four for the Russians ir the second period alone. "Slarovoitov said this was supposed to be a friendly series and that it wasn't worth having a big explosion on (he Eagleson said. "He was afraid our emotional fans might erupt." There were about 30 fans at a celebration in Eagleson's hotel suite after the game, Eagleson said, "and they told of constant harassment by the police." "They said they were forced back into their seats when they stood up to cheer, or tapped with night Eogleson said he did not pass along the "cool it message" to Sinden from Starovoitov, but did suggest to Ferguson that "everybody should cool off." Team Canada got a pair within ive seconds. First Yvan stole the puck anc reat Trelyak, then Paul Hen- derson broke from the face-oft ind roared right down the slot o score. The Russians closed out the scoring on n goal v-ith !ess than three minutes eft iii the period, Alexander Yahushev scored from a goal- mouth scramble one secom after Hull went off for slashing Esposito protested loudly that a man had been in the crease. Defenceman Alex Ragulin dumped Esposito a short while ater and then protested to the referee concerning a scratch on >is cheek. The referee gave Es- posito a major for high-sticking and drawing blood. GET BENCH PENALTY He tacked on a two-minute bench penalty when assistan coach John Ferguson protester loudly. The nearly Canadians ii the stands were chanting "D; da Canada" (Yes, yes, Canada and "Nyet nyet Soviet" (No no, liusia) throughout the third period. But they fell silent when wilh to go in tlie game Ron Ellis flattened a Rusiai player and got two minutes fo; holding. The defence held and, afte the game, it was Dryden anur games." And New York manager lalph Houk saw a good omen in the Yankee attaclt that pro- duced 13 runs in the double- header sweep against the In- dians. "If we can start scoring runs igain, we can have some fun." The man with the most right :o optimism is Boston manager Mdie Kasko, whose team has lung on doggedly to the lead. The Red Sox have teen out of irst place only one day since Sept. 7 when they took over the .ead. Kasko, however, remains non-committal. "Of course anything can hap- he said, "but it looks like :t's going down to the last Ihree." That would be Boston's wrapup series at Detroit Oct. 2, 3 and 4. LUIS WINS ANOTHER Boston jumped on Detroit's Woody Fryman for four runs in lie first inning and that was a enough cushion for Luis Tianl, who has emerged as the ace of the Red Sox' staff. Tiant pitched a seven-hitter and ran his record since Aug. 1 lo 10-1. He is 14-5 for the sea- son. A crowd of 41.M4 at Shea Sta- dium Sunday got all it expected from two of the best starting pitchers in a little bonus from Tug McGraw. Tom Seaver of New York Mets and Steve Carllon of Philadelphia Phillies struggled through one of those typical low-scoring battles until the Mets finally nipped the Phila- delphia southpaw for the win- ning run in the eighth. Then along came McGraw to save another game for the Mots, this lime 2-1 over the Phillies. The fireman finished with a flourish, striking out the last two batters in the ninth to record his 24th save this year. McGraw, the Mets' bullpen saved a game for the sixth lime this season for'Scaver, 19- 12. Carllon, who's won 25 games for the last-place Phillies, lost his 10th game. Elsewhere in the National League Sunday, Montreal Expos nudged Pittsburgh Pi- rates 2-1, St. Louis Cardinals trimmed Chicago Cubs 2-1 in 10 innings; Cincinnati Reds bombed Houston Astros 10-2, ISVt .477 11 67 79 .459 24L'i SS W .374 37 E5T 54 .619 E! 65 .555 9Va 80 67 11 Francisco 63 8.5 TODAY'S GAMES Sa geles SUNDAY'S RESULTS rtonlrcfll 000010 2 IQ Q 'iltiburgh 000 000 OQl 1 5 0 Morion (7-13) and McCarver; Moose 12-9) Johnson (8) SanguJllen OCO 000 1 i l 100 000 1 7 0 Carlton (25-10) and Daleman; Seav- er (19-12) McGraw and Dyer MRs: Robinson Agee Diego 000 :00 250 Allanla OJO COO 1 2 1 Kirby flM4> Corfcins (6} Ken- dall; McQueen (0-4) House (9) end Didicr. HR: Williams Chicago 000 1W OM 5 0 Lotlis 000 100 000 8 0 Hands, Aker d) (4) and Hen- neks; Wise (15-16) and Julze, -incrnn.i1i 010 TO 15 J 001000 4 0 ain, Borhon (6) CarroU (9> h, Plummer (7) Forich, Ray r (6) Cosgrcvc Mmgorr (9) and Moses. ECOrtD 'EW YorK 401 Ml S 13 0 Cleveland ico Oil 3 7 l Gardner (B-l> Lyfe (9) and Ellis; Mcox 17-34} Hilgdendorf (II Builer 4) Lopez Farmer (9) and Fo35e. HRs: WY- -Murcer Cle-Bevac- ua (1) Bell "exas ......001 300 4 f o nicago ,001 110 7 15 2 Gcgolcvukf, Lindbldd (4) Pina (4) Minion (5) (M] lirofcert (8) Slanhouso and Billings r Aosla (5) ave Seefbaeh (5) Slayback and Sims; Tiant (14-5) and Rsk. (21) Pefrocelli FIRST Kansas City COT OWJ T 1 Oakland .....000000 7 2 Monlgomery [371 (9) and Taylor Odam KnowEes (7) Locfcer (7) Horlen (9) ind Duncan. HR: Scriall IECOND Kansas City 000 010 1 1 Oakland 010 000 340 urphy (4-3> Angellnl (9) Abcrna- Jhy (9) and Taylor; Hamilton, Fin- (103) (8> and Tenace. SATURDAY'S RESULTS MinnesaFa 2 California 1 vauhee 2 Baltimore 1 Detroit 7 Bc-sron 3 New York S, Cleveland Oakland 2 Kansas City I Chicago 4 Texas 3 LEAGUE LEADERS Win AS R H Pel. 60 167 93 178 .310 M 154 .309 63 166 .306 63 164 .306 31 105 .301 72 129 ,300 70 150 .296 59 140 .293 99 161 .289 D. Allen, Aflumjr, In. D. AITen, Rudi, OaK D. Allen, Chi 4fa Seheinblum, KC 543 PlntPlla, KC SJ3 C. A'-ay, Chi 515 Fisk, BDS.......5J3 Oils, KC 507 Mayberry, KC J78 Wurcher, NY 557 Home Runs Batted Mayberry, Pitching (15) Decisions Hunler, Oakland, Tiant, Bosion FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY CFL Hamilton 41 Toronto 14 Calgary 34 Montreal U Winnipeg 18 Saskatchewan 16 Alberta Junior Calgary 33 Edmonton 12 Calgary advances ro final SATURDAY CFL Ottawa 10 Edmonton 9 Manitoba Junior Reglna 11 Saskatoon 8 Western Manitoba 10 Calgary 4 British Columbia 13 Saskatchewan 11 CANADIAN LEAGUE WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Pis. 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