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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HiRAlD Wedneiday, September 27, 972 Red Sox, Orioles both lose :'s anybody's pennant race HENDERSON SCORES WINNER Paul Henderson of Team Canada, with Vladimir Vasilev draped over him scores the winning goal for Team Canada Tuesday in a 4-3 win over Russians. Henderson's goal the itage for a one-game showdown Thursday. (CP Wirepnoto) Sport of all sorts ESKS TO PROTEST EDMONTON (CP) Edmon- ton Eskimos will officially pro- test Saturday's controversial 10-9 Canadian Football League loss to Ottawa Rough Riders, general manager Norm Kiball said Tuesday. Kimball said CFL commls- sloner Jake Gaudaur will be in Edmonton tonight to re- view film of Uie last play of Uie game. Kimball also said he spoke with Gaudaur uy tele- >hone, but refused comment on he conversation. FBAZIEH OFFERED PLENTY HOUSTON CAP) Astro- Race selections are on page 12 dome Championship Inc., Tuesday Enter- offered leavy weight champion Joe Frazier or 40 per cent of all proceeds to fight George Foreman in the Astrodomo in November or December. Foreman, the No. 2 contender behind Muhammad Ali, already has accepted the terms, said Joe O'Connell, president of As- trodome Championship Enter- prises. CAHTLL TO GO? MONTREAL (CP) Tele- vision station CFCF-TV said Tuesday night head coach Leo Cahill of Toronto Argonauts rill be replaced shortly despite recent assurances from the To- ronto management to the con- .rary. The station said that it had learned from reliable sources .hat Cahill, whose Canadian football League Argos have only one win in nine starts tV" season, will be replaced within :he next two weeks by Bob Ward, former Montreal Alouette defensive coach. SAN ANTONIO BACK SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) The owner of a local minor league football team says h e will meet Thursday with Cana- dian Football League Commls sioner Jake Gaudaur to propose that an American division be added to the CFL in 1973. Henry Right said he will re- quest that the Canadian league iward franchises to five Antonio, Phoenix, jas Vegas, Seattle and Los An- geles. REFEREE HAS SAY MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Dy KEN UAPPOPOIIT Associated Press Sports Writer George Scott helped Boston Red Sox win a pennant in 1967 and could help them lose one in 1972. .The former Boston slugger, dealt to Milwaukee Brewers last winter, returned to haunt the Red Sox Tuesday night in the midst of their tension-filled American League East baseball race. "If I say I'm not fired up playing here, I'd ba telling a Scott said after hitting a two-run homer at Fenway Park that led the Brewers to a 64 triumph over Boston. The defeat cut Boston's lead in the East to a half-game over Detroit Tigers and kept Uie four-team race alive. SOX LOSE GROUND The Tigers and New York Yankees, both idle Tvesday night, gained ground on the Red Sox. The Yankees moved within 21fc games of Boston in a tie with Baltimore Orioles, who lost 3-2 to Cleveland Indians. In the other games, Kansas City Koyals stopped Chicago White Sox 2-1 and California Angela nipped Texas Hangers 2-1. Rain washed out a twi- night doubleheader between Minnesota Twins and Oakland Athletics. The Red Sox were unable lo hold a 4-0 lead built on early two-run homers by Carl Yastr- zemski and pitcher Marty Pat- tin. The Brewers tied it by the eighth. Brock Davis touched off Mil- waukee's winning rally with a short of a lofty mark reached by only eight other players in the history of the game. Pittsburgh has two more games in Philadelphia before returning home to face New York and Pirates manager Bill Virdon announced right after that game that, if Clcmente reached he'd be benched unlll the start of the series with the Mels. "That's what I Rob- erto said. "I play all my life In Pittsburgh." Tivo interceptions hurt Lions let it get away An American referee who offici- ated three of the Team Canada- Russian hockey series games believes Soviet success will prompt National Hockey League coaches to place a greater stress on conditioning. "I think most of the NHL coaches were taken aback at the conditioning of the Rus- said Gordie Lee of Min- neapolis. "I think you'll see the coaches working their teams harder lo get them and keep them in better shape." BINOCULAR DAYS at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS bunt single and eventually came around with the first run EUie Rodriguez's sacrifice fly. HOMERS DROP BIRDS Chris Chambliss and Ray Fosse hit consecutive home runs in Uie fourth inning to lead Cleveland over Baltimore, deal- ing the Orioles their 32nd one- run defeat of Uie year. Chambliss drilled Mike Cuel- lar's pitch over Uie right centre field fence to break a scoreless tie. Two pitches later, Fosse hit another CueUar delivery over the fence. Steve Busby pitched a five- Utter and Ed Kirkpatrick slammed a home nm as Kan- sas City beat Chicago and dropped the White Sox four games behind Oakland. Roberto Clcmente would dearly love to get his major league hit in Pittsburgh. But the Pirates' Steve Blass isn't too concerned where he gets his 20th for that matter, whether gets It VANCOUVER (CP) they got Uie two interceptions and that was the hall gams." Eagle Keys, who has taken on the, appearance of a balfcred bloodhound as his British Co- lumbia Lions absorb loss after loss in the Canadian Football league, had hit the nail on the head In describing his club's last-minute 20-17 loss lo Ottawa Rough Riders in an interlocking contest Tuesday night. Don Moorhead, whn had spar- kled up U) the last five minutes of the game, was the victim of the interceptions, and togcUier they spelled undisputed posses- sion of first place In the East- ern Football Conference for the Riders and at least another week In last place in the West for the Lions, now 2-8 for the season. The Riders, who ran their record to 7-2 with the victory, were in trouble until Moorhead served up the goodies. Tom Pullen had given Ottawa a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, but touchdowns by Jim Even- son and Jim Young, and a 20- yard field goal by Ted Gerela after an Ottawa touchdown by Terry Wellesley, had given the especially for the type of balli they play up here." I So Herron joined the club irior to the 1971 season and now, less than 1% years later, continues to prove that a small man can play with the six-foot- plus men of professional foot- ball. Tonight the five-foot-five, 170 halfback from Biloxl, Miss, heads into Winnipeg's 10th game of the season loss than 100 yards from the magic yard club. Winnipeg, In first place In Uie West with a record of seven wins and two losses, entertain the Eastern Conference Mon- treal Alouelles, struggling with' a 3-5 record. The game begins zi. 7 p.m. MDT and will be tele- vised on the CTV national net- work. OTTAWA 11, B.C. 17 OTT. First downs 15 Yards rushing 65 Yards passing Net olfence .........315 Passes medo-tflBd Interceptions B.C. 21 Lions a 17-14 edge going into the last five minutes. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL, LEAGUE PHtsburgh Kail W 93 Chicago ......B2 Nsw York ......77 St. Louis Montreal MAKES MISTAKE It was at that point that Featuring: -Featherweight -Built-in UV squint proof lens -Insta Focus Moorhead made his first major mistake, calling a screen pass to Monroe Eley. Defensive end Wayne Smith of the Riders smelled it out, slid along the line, and grabbed the ball with eager hands. The toterqeption gave Ihe Riders a first down on Ihe Lions 41. The Riders couldn't convert the opportunity Inlo points, but they had the Lions hemmed deep. A no-yards penalty on a sub- sequent kick by the Lions gave the Rough Riders the ball on the B.C. 27. Two running plays later, Gerry Organ booted a 30- yard field goal to tie the game. The game still wasn't lost, but Moorhead did It again, this Ume throwing an errant pass to defensive back Rod Woodward, who picked it off and scam- pered out of bounds on the B.C. at all. 'Either I do or T Blass said Tuesday night after winning his 13th of the National League baseball season, scat- tering eight Philadelphia hits as the Pirates beat the Phillies 5-1. Cincinnati Houslon I OS Angeles Atlanta 71 55 West 81 SI PCt .418 .S5J .740 49 79 64 85 .m Mi 22 San Francisco San Diego TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Ellis CU71 or Klson (6-7) el Philadelphia Reynclds Chicago Reuichel fB-6) st Montreal Renko Atlanta UieVro (15-11) at Cincinnati Gritr.sley K 7S 73 71 t Pel. OBL 67 .Wl 63 .541 I1! ID 2V. 70 .527 2Vi 13 .450 U 17 .414 40 .572 M .545 4 70 .517 11 74 .477 14 71 .477 17 ;y Francisco WILtouohby (6-3) at Houston New York McAndrew [ll-6> St. Lcuis Cleveland San Diego Arlln (920) at Los An- geles Sutto.1 (17-5) TUESDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh VX 005 OW- 11 0 (6-11) Boston (15-13) At BaHI- Philaoclpnla COO MO 1 Blass (17-7) and Sanguillen; Twll- Champion (4-14) Wilson (il 45. chcll. Terleckl (a) and Bowie. San Francisco KM 040 I i 1 Houston 010 ICO 7 3 McDowell (9-B) Sosa (8> and Rad- r: Reuss (9-131 Grlflin Tomlln (9) and Bench. HRs: (33) Bench f2) New YorV .000130 I 0 SI. Louis 000 000 1 Koosman McCraw (9) and Over; Blbbv (l-3> Hrabosky (7) Fol- kers (9) and Jutie. HRs; mons Chicago _ .004309 C a 0 Montreal 000 000 000- 0 i 1 Pappas 116-7) and Rudolph; Stone- man (11-14) Slrohmayer C4> Walker (7) and WcCarver. HRt Chi; YYII- Hams San I 1 11 OM 00ft- J Lot Angelw MOM 7 CaldweU (7-U Garcia (21, Acosla (4) Grief (7) Schasffer (B) Simpson (B) and Kendall, Corrales Strnn- ler O-21 and Ferguson. MRj: Cey tl) Ferguson CD. CANADIAN LEAGU1 Eastern conference w L T F A rr GUawa Homlllon Montreal Toroolo LEADERS: Henley, H Afrfrusyshyn, T T Dalfa RIVB, M wejfern 1 0 IB! US 14 t 1 0 122 173 12 3 0 1 f 0 134 199 TD C FG S 0 W 9 t 0 H 10 3 59 Boston Delroir Ball I mere New Ycrk Clevtland West Oakland....... 67 Chicago Minnesota Kansas Clly California Texas TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee Brett WicGLothen (8 Cleveland Tidrow more Me N ally California Wnghl U4-U} at Texw Maw York Kllna (14-H at Derrott Coleman Kansas City Meli.cn (V-4) oo Wood Minnesota Woodson (14-14) at Gate- land Hunter TUESDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 000 201 WO-S 10 1 Baltimore COO 01D Ml- 1 7 Tidrow C14-15) (9) anrj Foise; Cuellar (17-12) Doteon f6> Jack- I son (B) and Oeles. HRs: 1 bliss (6) Bal-Oares Kansas Clly 010 100 090- J 1 Chleaga COO do 1 S Busby (3-0) and Klrkpalrlck; Bahrv sen (20-16> Lemonds _ at Baltimore, Sept. 39, M, Oct. 1; at Detroit, Oct. X. Detroit Home W Ntwr York, 77, 38) MllwaukM Sept. W, Oct. li Boston, Oct. 3. 3, 4. -altlmore Horns (4) Sepl 27; Boston, Sept. 29, M, Oct. 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