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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Soturctoy, 30, WELCOME HOME Boston first baseman Carl Yastrzemskl is greeted by teammates Tommy Harper, left, and Reggie Smith as Yoslrzemski fin- ishes rounding the bases after slugging a two-run homer that ousted the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 from American League pennant competition. Seven of Yastrzemski's 11 homers this year have been in September. After Friday night's game in Baltimore, Boston pitcher Luis Tiant boasted "He's my magic." (AP Wirephoto) Yankees manage to stay alive., but barely Sox send Orioles flying from pennant race By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baseball's American League East pennant scramble Is down to three teams, one of the sur- vivors barely holding on. Boston Red Sox finished off Baltimore, elimanting the Ori- oles 4-2 Friday night on Carl Yastremski's two-ran loth-in- ning homer. Second place Detroit Tigers remained IVfc games behind with a 12-5 romp over Mil- waukee Brewers while New York Yankees, Idle Friday, slipped four games behind and retained only a slim chance of tire two teams hi Detroit next week. Luis Tiant tossed a five-hitter to finish off the Orioles and end Baltimore's three-year reign atop the American League. It was Tiant's 15th victory of the season and llth triumph in his last 12 decisions. Jim Palmer, 21-10, took the loss. The Tigers kept pace, bomb- ing three Milwaukee pitchers for 11 runs in the first three in- nings and coasting past the Brewers. Jim Northrup led the romp with five runs batted in. Willie Horton contribuled a two-run triple to trigger the Ti- ger barrage and Tony Taylor added a two-run pinch double. Roberto Clemente thought he had it. Then he didn't. Now he's not sure he wants it that badly. Quarterback on the limp Lancaster won't play? orcing a playoff for the division crown. In other games, Kansas City Chiefs batlered Oakland Athletes 9-2 Chicago Wliile Sox jowned Texas Rangers 5-1 and California Angels nipped Minnesota Twins 2-1. With five games left for both Joston and Detroit, the Red >ox have a magic number of four to eliminate the Tigers and clinch baseball's last remaining divison race. The battle, almost :ertainly, will go down to the final three-game series (CP) Saskatchewan Roughriders and Calgary Stampeders add another chapter to their long standing rivalry Sunday and the''Riders are hoping to make it a three-game sweep over the Cowboys. But they might have to do it the hard without the services of one of the Western Football Conference's most feared quarterbacks, Ron Lancaster. If Saskatchewan can defeat the Stamps Sunday, it will be the third time this year. The independent Order of Foresters Curling will begin SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22 P.M. Complete teams or separate nomes will be accepted PLEASE CONTACT _ ED OBER last lime 'Riders lurried the trick was in 1969, and last year they went to the Grey Cup. Rider coach Dave Skricn has no firm belief in his team can handle the Stamps easily. "Against Montreal last week- end they looked as good as they have in the last several sea- said Skrien. Rough Riders aren't the only team staggered by key injuries. Wayne Harris, Stamps' brain on defence at middle line- backer, still Is sidelined with a neck injury. HEED INJURED The Saskatchewan besides Lancaster, who has cracked Ed McQuarters (knee) and George Reed (bruised In search of a replacement for McQuarters, Riders have three new players in camp, in- cluding a cut from Edmonton Eskimos, Hock Perdoni. The others are Tim Ocstcrl- ing, a 245-pounder from Los An- getes Rams of the National Football League and Bob Wal- dron, a Detroit Lions cut. Invest in Self Defence IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE Heed's spot likely will be taken by Steve MoTnar and Bubba Wyche probably will play in Lancaster's spot. At least one Calgary player thinks Lancaster will get the nod. Meanwhile in the east, Toronto Argonauts, who have been losing football games as though they were waiting for Joe Thiesman to come back and win it all for them, could lose even that crutch tonight. Thiesmann suffered a broken ankle in the Argos' Canadian Football League season opener two montlis ago and he could see action when he gets back in uniform against Edmonton Es- kimos. The Argo home stand Is sel for 6 p.m. MDT and the game will be televised on the CBC na- tional network. In other Eastern Conference action, Hamilton Tiger-Cats try to regain a share of the confer- ence lead Sunday when they visit the Rough Riders in Ot- tawa. The CTV Eastern net- work will carry the game. The Argos have won only one of their nine starts, that with Wally Gabler calling the sig nals. Tlie Pittsburgh Pirates' ou ielder appeared to have nc ched his lifetime hit in ame with New York Mets Fr day the olficia scorer ruled an error on th >lay. "If I don't gel the hit by Sur day, I won't get it this season, said Clemente after the Pirate lost a 1-0 decision to the lie' in National League baseball a lion. "I won't play anymoi after that until the playoffs. "Being rested for the playof is more important to mo tha getting hits." Clemente was hitless in foi :rips against Tom Beaver, b be reached base in Ihe first i ning on a play that con fusee everybody at Three Rivers SI dium, including Clemente. A though second baseman Boswell hobbled Clemente slow bouncer past the moun the fans and umpires mome tarily thought that it was h No. The player was even pr sented the ball and he shoe hands with Pittsburgh's fir base coach, Don Leppert. Then the "error" sign flash on the Scoreboard. Elsewhere Friday, St. Loi Cardinals turned back Chica Cubs 4-1, Cincinnati Re trimmed Los Angeles Dodge 4-1, Houston Astros defeat San Diego Padres 5-2 and S Francisco Giants routed A lanta Braves 14-3. The gai between Philadelphia Philli and Montreal Expos was rain out. Hard-throwing Seav allowed two hits in winning 1 20th game. Seaver got his winning nin the ninth when Wayne Garre doubled, raced to third on sacrifice and came home Tommie Agee's single. make no mistakes n thumping Mohawks By LLOYD YAMAG1SHI Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge Collegiate In- itute Rams lowered their orns and bulled their way to i impressive 46-0 victory over e Medicine Hat Mohawks in outhern Alberta High School ootball League play Friday ght. Meanwhile in another league arae staged in the Gas City ast night, the Catholic Central ougars maintained their Irst lace status in the western by defeating the Mc- oy Colts 15-1. At the Henderson ball park ast night, some GOO fans watch- d the powerful Rams complcte- 1 flatten the visiting Mohawks. They racked up two con- erled. louchdowns early in the rst quarter on Randy Steven's our-yard jaunt and Dave iaine's It-yard end sweep. On the third play of the sec- nd quarter, the Rams hit pay- irt once again with Corby scoring his first ol majors from out. 'HREE CONVERTS Rick Collier booted his third onsecutive convert attempt irough the up-rights to give he Rams a commanding 21-0 ead. The Rams boosted their leac midway through the quarter on a 23-yard run by Pankhurst aru Collier's extra point. Collier finished the scoring in he first half as he gallope points to their total in third juarter, but managed 11 poinL n the final 12 minutes of play to earn the easy win. In the fourth quarter, th Mohawks gave up two point on a safety touch; Ross Wake lin scooted to the end zon from IS-yards out and Collie booted a 25-yard field goal. During the four quarters play, the Rams picked up 2 first downs and 381 yards on th ground in 46 carries. The Mohawks were allowec only seven first downs managed to pick up a mere 8 yards on 37 tries. Wakelin led the Rams' groun gainers with 101 yards in fiv carries while Pankhurst addei 85 yards in eight attempts. In Medicine Hat last nigh the CCHS Cougars only hel a slim 2-1 lead after two qua ters of play, but uame on stron in the second half. Bob Parkyn paced the Coi rs' attack scoring a touch- :wn in the third and fourth uarters. The Cougars lead the west inference with a 4-0 record tiile the Rams rest in second ith a 3-1 record. The Winston Churchill Bull- dogs, who were Idle last night, sit in the division cellar with a 1-2 standing. The Rulidogs will sec action tonight at 3 p.m. at the Hen- derson ball park as they host the Medicine Hat Crescent Heights Vikings. 5 .460 31'A ,373 37V; Cincinnati Houston Los Angelci Atlanta San Francisco Diego WEST 70 80 .U7 22 3H4 .353 Announcing Hie opening of Orr Karate Studio your area, a! the following times and Tues. and Thurs. 1o p.m. United Church Hall Phone and Wed. to p.m. 19th St. Teen Town Hall For more info Phone and Wed. to p.m. Dr. Hamman School Phone 223-8070 Private Lessons Also Available ORR KARATE STUDIO Blair Orr 1971 Canadian Champion (CHIEF INSTRUCTOR-MANAGER) 258A 13th St. N., Uthbridan Phone 328-1241 Follmer practises ior big event Can-Am set for Sunday EDMONTON (CP) With George Follmer and Denis Hulme running within one-tenth of a second of each other dur- ing practice, Sunday's Can-Am race at International Speedway is developing into a.beauty-ver- sus-lhe-best contest. Follmer, a Is driving the a Porsche 917-10K which features a 12-cyI- inrler air-cooled lurbocharged engine extracting more than 900 horsepower from five litres. Hutme, a New Zealander who has won the last four Can-Am races here, is driving the a McLaren Mark 20 which is powered by a hulking seven-litre Chevrolet 18 putting out about 300 horsepower. Follmer was clocked at one minute 18.5 seconds during practice Thursday on a dry track but was unable to im- prove on this Friday because of light rain. Hulme's time was Although there is a vast horsepower difference between the Porsches and McLarens, the reason the tims are so close is that the Team McLaren entries are more aerodynamic; they're not running Into a wall of air at high speeds. Follmcr, who leads the nine- race series for Group 7 cars after six events, has 78 points while Milt Minler, another Cali- fornia driver in a Vasek Polak Porsche 917-10, is second with 55. Hulme, who holds the com- petition renord on the 2.527-mile road circuit here, set during last year's race, is third with 50 and Francois Cevert, a French gand prix diver who won the fifth ace in this year's Can-Am series, is fourth with 47. Mark Donohue of Media, Pa., Follmer's team-mate in another Roger Penske-enlered Porsche, is not In the standings because of a crash in July while testing a race car. Still bothered by a knee injury in the crash which destroyed bis car and sent him to hospital with multiple In- juries, he crashed in the last Can-Am race but Salked away from that one. Hulme's team-mate, Peter Revson, also hns had more than his share of mechanical prohlems this factor Team _McLaren hasn't had to cope with in past season. Minter, a Can-Am regular for several seasons, is having his best year and is a definite threat if his luck holds out. Ce- yert, a dark horso because this is his first year in the big-bore sports racers, has a third-place finish and a second as well as his win Sept. 17 at Donnybooke Speedway near Braincrd, Minn. PRIZES Prize money totals for the race Sunday, which follows several regional events for sports cars, formula cars and small-bore sports races. Fist place is worth 20 points, second 15 and third 12. The rest of the top 10 get 10 points, 8, 6, 4, 3, 2 and 1 FR] BAY'S RESULTS SI. Louis .000001 4 I 0 Chicago 3 1 Gibson (IB-ID and Simmons; Hooton (14.11) (B) and HendrlcVs. HR: Houstoi 1 1 at Montreal, ppd. rain. i 4 1 000 300- 3 in Diego 100 1M 000- 3 f 0 Forsch [6-7] Roberfs (7) and ard; Kirby, Simpson (0-2) t6l Garcia 17) Acosra (8) and GcxltTard. Philadelphia..... AngelM Cincinnati Downing (9-9) RIcherr Hough 8) and Ferguson) Bllllngham (12-13) Carroll and Bench. HRs: New York OW WO 1 5 3 'H1sburgh 000 OM 0 1 Seaver (20-12) and Dyer; B rites (14- 10) and May. Atlanta 001020 I 4 in Francisco DIO U1 19 3 Freeman (3-2) Kelley til U pshaw (5) Jaster (6) House fB) and Casano- Bryant (13-7) and Rader. HRs; (29) Matthews and Brlnkman; Hand (10-14) Hinton Broberg (9) and Fariey. Oakland .....002 000 I Kansas Clfy ..100143 9 Blue LocVer (7) and Dun- can; Splittorfl (12-12) end Taylor. HR: C-Mayberry Mlnnnola 000100 1 1 1 California .070000 2 2 0 Perry (13-16) Granger (7) and Borg- mann; May (12-11) Allen (a> Barber and H131I. HR: Milwaukee loo 012 f 3 Detroit 317010 16 1 Lonborg Stephenson Taylor 13> and Rodriguez, Alcue Fryman Zachary Seelbach (9) and Sims, Haller WINTER CLEAT SNOW TIRES Available In All Sizes RADIAL BELTED 4 PLY POLYESTER ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 1u Sooth Phone 327-6884 or 317-4445 LETHBRIDGE-BOW ISLAND ;