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4- k owilly - 5 k 44"4540'4 Milton Richman Wills confident Dodgers can win NEW YORK (UPI)—The race in the National League West looks like the last lap of the Boston Marathon Everyone's dead tired Nearly too tired to talk even Besides no one wants to rock the boat With only three games to go and the Giants grimly trying to hold on to their tenuous one-game lead over the Dodgers merely lying back in the weeds waiting no one among the contenders really feels like talking much Among the other clubs around the league there is a lot of talk about another possible playoff small one which would precede the big one between the Pirates and the NL West winner Maury Wills the Dodgers' veteran shortstop doesn't know anything about that but there's one thing he does know "We're gonna win it" he says He says it quietly but forcerfully and there is no question he believes what he is saying "Why? I'll tell you why" Wills says "There's this togetherness we have the intangibles like everyone pulling for one another and someone always picking someone else up There are other things also" Like what? "In times like this things can be magnified I'm talking about little things not only errors or mental mistakes That isn't the way with us though Our players go the other way For example if one of our players makes a great play behind the pitcher the pitcher actually comes over and thanks him It has happened to me The pitcher thanked me I told him not to worry about it I owed it to him" Couldn't the Giants be doing the same thing? "Maybe they are" Wills concedes "We have the momentum though I feel the Giants are a little tight I think they're looking over their shoulder" Back in the days when the Giants were operating in New York and the Dodgers across the bridge in Brooklyn the rivalry between them was more intense than it is now Both clubs had their adrenalin up a little during an on-the-field confrontation by all hands which followed a disagreement between Juan Marichal and Bill Buckner in their last series and an off-the-field declaration by Bobby Bonds over the radio that the Dodgers would never catch the Giants "I'm not saying Bonds was wrong to say what he did" Wills says "He feels the Giants will win and I admire him for saying what he did After all I'm saying the Dodgers are gonna win now But what Bonds said was just something you normally remember the same way I remember Alvin Dark saying Jose Pagan was the best shortstop in the league in 1962 Dark was managing the Giants then and I wasn't angry about him saying that because Pagan was his shortstop a'nd I knew Dark was trying to motivate him I knew Dark realized what he was saying but I didn't think he really believed it" Maury Wills is putting in his 13th season in the majors He'll be 39 Saturday the day the playoffs are due to start but if he lives to be 109 he'll never forget the year 1962 That was the season he did everything Or nearly everything He played in 165 games for the Dodgers broke Ty Cobb's all-time record by stealing 104 bases played in both all-star games batted 299 and wound up being named MVP as well as the Professional Athlete of the Year Jose Pagan on the other hand was in 164 games for the Giants that year stole only 13 bases and batted 250 When I asked him how he feels now nine years later about Alvin Dark having called him the best shortstop in the league in 1962 Pagan who is with the Pirates came right back with an immediate answer "I led all the shortstops on defense that year" he said Which only goes to show you things look differently to everybody — Bobby Bonds Maury Wills and Jose Pagan One sidelight about that 1962 season The NL shortstop in the World Series that year was a fellow named Jose Pagan He didn't do too bad a job either Unless you consider a 368 batting average a bad job Rogers questions his Bruins' poor showing ANN ARBOR Mich (AP)— are any good at aU because we Some football fans may be won- haven't done anything" dering when UCLA coach Pep Rodgers said after the game as per Rodgers isn't kidding and he reflected on his team's keeping out the REAL first future team "I'll say one thing" Rodgers The Bruins were devoured 38- reported "I've never had a 0 Sunday by the Michigan team dominated like this" Wolverines for the third The bigger stronger Wolverstraight loss of the new season ines battered UCIA badly up About the only time the game front and the Bruins lost the was close was at the coin flip football twice in the first II and the Wolverines won that minutes—on a pass interception too and a fumble—to give away a "We don't know whether we couple of cheap scores Kolar League leaders Leading Batters National League American League G AB R M Pct G AB R H Pct Tree StL 159 626 96 228 364 Olva Min 126 487 73 164 337 Bckrt Chi 131 530 80 181 342 Mrcr NY 143 518 92 172 332 Clmnt Pit 130 517 81 177 342 RtInmnd Bal 138 478 81 153 320 Garr Atl 152 636 100 217 341 Tovar Min 154 644 93 200 311 Aaron All 138 491 94 160 326 Carew Min 145 571 88 176 308 Snglin Pit 137 530 59 169 319 Otis KC 141 555 80 167 301 Jones NY 133 494 61 157 318 May Chi 139 496 64 146 294 Brock StL 154 628 124 197 314 White Ny 144 515 82 149 289 Alou StL 147 605 83 190 314 lihndr Cle 140 495 52 142 287 Davis La 155 630 84 197 313 Alou Ny 130 462 51 132 286 Home Runs National League: Aaron At) American League: Jackson and Stargell Pitts 47 May Cin Oak 31 Melton Chi and Cash 39 Williams All Johnson Phil Det 30 Smith Bost 29 F and Bonds SF 33 Robinson Bait Petrocelli Bos Nettles Clev and Killebrew Minn 28 Runs Batted In National League: Torre St L American League: Killebrew 136 Stargell Pitt 124 Aaron Minn 118 F Robinson Bait 99 At) 118 Bonds SF 101 May SmithBos and bando Oak 94 Cin 98 B Robinson Bait and Murcer NY 91 Pitching National League: Jenkins American League: Lolich Chi 2313 Downing LA 208 Det 2513 Blue Oak 24-8 Ellis Pitt 19 8 Carlton St L Wood Chi 2103 McNally Bait 199 SeaverNY 19-10 20-5i Dobson Balt 20-8 Cueller and Palmer Bait 20-9 Hunter Oak 20-11 I I41 r" v7 (I t Things did not go well for Roman Gabriel Sunday as the visiting Falcons forced him to fumble twice The Rams quarterback is shown losing the ball (top) in the third quarter and Atlanta's John Small (66) falls on it (bottom) for the Falcons Los Angeles managed a 20-20 tie on David Ray's 47-yard field goal with no time showing on the NetOost rts 8-2 ANAHEINI (AP)--The longest season is over in Anaheim It ended Sunday much as it began last April with a frustrating loss The Chicago White Sox scored the winning run on a two-out passed ball in the 10th inning to send the Angels down to a 6-5 defeat their 29th one-run loss in what has been a year of agony and futility internal dissent and shattered emotions It was the final home game of the season for California and they were a disappointing 35-46 in their own park They conclude the season with three games at Minnesota beginning Tuesday where Andy Messer-smith will try for his 20th win "It was one of those games you hated to lose" summarized San-Francisco LOS ANGELES Atlanta Cincinnati Houston San Diego NATIONAL LEAGUE Western Division W L Pct Gin MCiSCO 88 71 553 IGELES 87 72 547 1 80 80 500 812 ati 79 81 494 92 78 81 491 10 go 60 98 380 27' 2 Eastern Division W L Pct GBL Pittsburgh 96 44 600 St Louis 88 71 553 712 Chicago 82 77 516 1312 New York 82 77 516 1312 Montreal 69 89 437 26 Philadelphia 66 94 413 30 Sunday's Results Los Angeles 5 Atlanta 2 San Francisce 12 Cincinnati 5 New York 3 Pittshurgh 1 Philadelphia 5 Chicago 1 St Louis 7 Montreal 1 Only games scheduled Today's Schedule St Louis (Guzman 0 01 at New York (Sadecki 7-71 night LOS ANGELES (UPI) — America's two top women players face possible disciplinary action today after walking off the court during their final match of the $73000 Pacific Southwest Open tennis championships Sunday The action of Mrs Billie Jean King and Rosemary Casa Is caused a furore that overshadowed Pancho Gonzales' 2-6 6- 3 6-3 victory over 19-year-old Jimmy Connors in the men's finals The King-Casals match was in the tie-breaking portion of the first set when the protested call was made by linesman Betty Charnel who said a lob by Miss Roger Murray editor Monday September 27 1971 Angels finish home season with 6-5 loss Major League Standings By United Press International Manager Lefty Phillips who rumors have it may not be invited back to manage the Angels next season "It was especially tough" Phillips added "because of the way we battled back "But" the manager intoned dejectedly "it's been like that all season long" Picked by many experts to win the pennant in the American League West before the season began the Angels will now be lucky to finish third and will have to battle to hold fourth position By winning the Sox clinched at least a tie for third moving three games in front of California with three to play The Angels meanwhile are only one-half game ahead of Minnesota AMERIC N LEAGUE Wester Division W I Pct GBL Oakland 99 60 623 Kansas City 85 74 535 14 Chicago 74 85 484 22 CALIFORNIA 74 85 465 25 Minnesota 73 84 405 25 Milwaukee 68 90 430 301 2 Eastern Division W L Pct GBL Baltimore 98 57 632 Detroit 90 89 466 10 Boston 85 74 535 15 New York 80 79 503 20 Washington 62 94 397 3612 Cleveland 58 101 365 42 Sunday's Results Chicago 6 California 5 (10 innings) New York 3 Detroit 2 Baltimore 5 Cleveland 0 Oakland 7 Milwaukee 0 Boston 8 Washington 1 Minnesota 6 3 Kansas City 25 Today's Schedule No games scheduled Gonzales wins So West net Casa Is was inside the court Mrs King stormed off the court and refused to continue unless Miss Charnel was removed as a linesman Acting referee John Colman was quoted as saying he couldn't remove Miss Chamei because it would embarrass the official Miss Casa Is joined in the request "There had been seven or eight bad calls by this linesman" Mrs King said "After a while Mr Colman said he would remove her I went back to play Then Rosemary called me over and told me that Mr Colman had changed his mind" Miss Casa Is agreed that there -10 Harris takes Robinson for first win ROBINSON IlL (UPI) — Labron Harris winner in the $100000 1971 Robinson Open Golf Classic believes fate and determination have a lot to do with winning golf tournaments The victory Sunday on the eve of his 30th birthday was the first for the 6-foot-I 200-pound native of Stillwater Okla since he joined the PGA tour in 1964 "I think there is a certain amount of fate involved if you are going to win golf tournaments" said Harris the "sudden death" winner over Bert Yancey on the third round of a playoff "I was more aggressive in the playoff" The win paid Harris $20000 while Yancey collected $11400 for second place A 5-foot birdie putt on the third hole of the playoff the second in as many years at Robinson meant victory for Harris who has his Master's degree in mathematics from Oklahoma State "Adding and subtracting golf scorecards isn't very high math" the winner said with a smile Harris had rounds of 68-70-69- 67 in regulation play while Yancey was 70-7017-67 Winding up in a three-way tie for third with 276s were Gay Brewer Larry Hinson and Jim Colbert the go-leader with Dwight Nevil after the second round Each collected $5300 Tied for sixth and with paychecks of $3250 each were Chuck Courtney JC Sneed and Jim Jamieson the leader after the third round In a three-way tie for ninth with 278s were Lou Graham Jacky Kupit and Bob Dickson Each earned $2500 Lakers lose HONOLULU — Lew Alcindor and Bob Dandridge prevailed in a torrid four-way shooting match to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to a 110-103 exhibition victory over the Los Angeles Lakers here Sunday night had been a number of questionable line calls "We decided to walk off the court when Mr Colman refused to remove the linesman" Miss Casa Is said "I asked Mr Colman how many bad calls a player had to get before a linesman was removed" The match went into the books as a double fault and prevented the women from getting their prize money First place was worth $4000 and second $2500 Jack Kramer the official referee had put Colman in charge because he was calling the game on television "I will request the Southern No-time-left Ray FG gives Rams 20-20 tie with visiting Atlanta LOS ANGELES (UPI)—The Atlanta Falcons had the ball on fourth down with one yard to go on the 20-yard line of the Los Angeles Rams The Falcons led 20-17 with 1:38 left in the game Sunday and could have tried to extend their lead with a field goal Instead they chose to run the ball Jim Butler lost a yard when he was hit by linebacker Marlin McKeever The Rams took the ball on their own 21 with 1:34 left moved to the Falcon 40 and David Ray then kicked a 47- yard field goal to tie it up 20-20 There was no more time left on the clock The tie blemished a great game by Atlanta quarterback Bob Berry who connected on 15 of 22 passes for a grand total of 301 yards including one TD toss to Butler for 27 yards at 12:57 in the second period With Bill Bells conversion that gave Atlanta a 13-10 lead at the half The game started on a high note for the Rams Travis Williams took the opening kick for a ride-49 yards—to the Ram 47 and then they moved to a point where Ray kicked a 45- yard field goal at 3:26 Later in the first period Roman Gabriel took the Rams from their own 20 down to the Falcon one where on fourth down the field goal kicking team came in The crowd Atlanta's Ralph Garr hat and feet flying is safe at first base as the ball gets away from Los Angeles infielder Wes Parker However the Dodgers didn't let the contest get away taking a 5-2 victory to remain within one game of the division leading San Francisco Giants Allen Sims HRs power LA to win keep hopes alive ATLANTA (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers refusing to buckle under San Francisco's once imposing National League West Lead returned home today for a season-ending series with the Houston Astros and hopes of completing a miracle finish with a division title "I'd like to win three more and take our chances" said Manager Walt Alston Sunday after his Dodgers completed a three-game sweep of the Atlanta Braves 5-2 and remained one game behind the Giants who less than a month ago held an 812-game bulge "If you tell me what they're SAN DIEGO (AP) — John Madden was worried about his Oakland Raiders while Sid Gillman was waiting for what just a week earlier he called the inevitable for his San Diego Chargers Madden needn't worry any longer His Raiders didn't blow a 6-0 halftime lead on Sunday as they did the week before in losing to the New England Patriots 20-6 The Raiders exploded in the second half against a heretofore tough San Diego defense and California Lawn Tennis Association to suspend their prize money" Kramer said "and give them the most severe punishment possible They should grow up They're professionals" For Gonzales it was his third Pacific Southwest championship He also won in 1949 and 1969 The win brought the 43- year-old veteran $10000 in prize money Connors an amateur who as a freshman at UCLA last year won the NCAA singles championship received no cash prize but the tournament committee announced it would underwrite his trip to the US and British (Giants) going to do I'll tell you what we gotta do but nobody knows" Alston said "There's no great decisions to make now I just hope we stay hot" While the Dodgers prepare for the Houston series beginning Tuesday San Francisco will head for San Diego where they close with a three-game set against the Padres The Dodgers have now won 15 of their last 22 games in their drive to reach first place in the NL West for the first time since Aug 23 1969 Sunday's victory came on the home run power of Richie Allen and Duke Sims and the timely routed the Chargers 34-0 before a San Diego Stadium record crowd of 54084 and a national television audience Just a week earlier after the Chargers had come back in the second half for all their points to defeat Kansas City 21-14 Gillman had remarked that no team could shut out the Chargers "We couldn't afford a slow start" said Madden and his quarterback Daryle Lamonica added that the Raiders were out to prove that the loss to the (57895) booed as Ray dropped back to the eight and Jerry Rhome prepared to hold the ball Rhome however did not hold He took the ball and tossed a touchdown pass to Bob Klein who was clear in the end zone From that point on Berry and the Falcons dominated the first half Berry got the offense going with a 41-yard pass to Mitchell permitting Bill Bell to kick a 25- yard field goal at 1:04 in the second quarter Bell booted a 30-yarder at 8:07 in the second topping a drive that included a 3-yard pass from Berry to Harmon Wages relief pitching of 48-year-old Hoyt Wilhelm released by the Braves earlier this year "I don't have any hard feeling against anybody with the Braves" said Wilhelm "I just didn't feel they gave me a chance to pitch Anyway it was r great to help win that game be- A cause we had to have it" Pennant Race at a glance 1 W L PctG B San Francisco 88 71 553 3 LOS ANGELES 87 72 547 1 3 -Jd 4- GAMES REMAINING San Francisco Sept 28 29 30—at San Diego Los Angeles Sept: 28-29-30 — Houston Second-half surge puts Oakland past Chargers thefts show way Patriots in the season opener was just a fluke "Our defensive performance from the overall standpoint of steadiness was the best we've had since I've been with the Raiders" said Madden Gillman couldn't explain his team's collapse offering no excuses "We just got beat badly We could not put anything together" Charger quarterback John Hadl was nicked for five interceptions two of them by linebacker Dan Conners as the San Diego attack fizzled titleKing faces punishment National championships next year Connors had an easy time defeating Gonzales in the first set breaking the veteran's serves in the second sixth and eighth games Gonzales growing stronger as the match progressed broke Connors' service in the third fifth and ninth games of the second set and then easily won the third set clinching the match with a love service score in the ninth game "I lobbed Jim a lot to take the steam out of him" Gonzales said "That seemed to tire him sooner than I thought it would" Connors had gone through a strenuous three-set match Sa turday in eliminating US Open champion Stan Smith the No 1 seed while Gonzales had an easier time defeating Cliff Richey Gonzales said that was a major factor in his win leaving him fresher Mrs King and Miss Casa Is were greeted with boos by 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