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/ 22 <^JjBstoj,Rgfljs.ter-Moil y Golesburg, HI, Thursday, May 3, 1973 Jets Must Come Back In WHA Series With Whalers WINNIPEG (UPI) - The Winnipeg Jets will be trying to pick up the pieces tonight when they face the New England Whalers in the third game of the World Hockey Association championship series. But not even Player-Coach Bobby Hull is too optimistic after the Whalers crushed Winnipeg, 7-4, Wednesday night to take a 2-0 lead in the best-of- seven final. "They have too much offensive power," Hull said. "They blitzed us and they have the people who can put the puck in the net." Hull probably was alluding to the third period Wednesday when the Whalers scored five unanswered goals, two by John French, including one into an open net with 61 seconds left. New England only had six shots \in that third period "They destroyed us on that one early shift," Hull said. "We had a two-goal lead and suddenly, the game was tied." Goals by Jim Dorey and Brit Selby came within less than a minute and set the stage for further Whaler fireworks. Helping set up both goals was Tom Williams. The much-traveled 33 -year- old center from Duluth, Minn., assisted on both and finished with four points, including a first-period goal. The Whalers' third-period explosion was, according to Coach Jack Kelley, "one cf our finest ever. We felt we could score three goals—at least two and force overtime. "It was a complete team effort. We got three key goals from three balanced lines." The Whalers now have outscored the Jets, 14-6, in the two games and in the process have destroyed Winnipeg's goal-tending reputation. The goalies, Ernie Wakely and Joe Daley, were said to be the only edge the Jets had over New England In pre-series analyses Daley allowed seven goals Sunday night in Boston Wednesday night Wakely took the loss. Williams' first-period goal ended his shutout string in the playoffs at 139 minutes and 46 seconds. Wakely came into the game with back-to-back shutouts in his two appearances against Houston in the WHA's West final. Other scorers for the Whalers were Brad Selwood and Selby while Chris Bordeleau with two, Norm Beaudin and Wally Boyer replied for the Jets, who held period leads of 2-1 and 4-2. Major League Box Scores m v « 8 k Mt) » A. p. » m •art m as­ st. Louis •b t hbt Brock 5 12 2 Mele'ei 5 0 0 0 Torre 4 12 0 Slm'oni 3 110 Segul 0 0 0 0 McC'er 4 0 0 0 Cruz 3 113 Tyson 3 0 2 0 Kell'her 4 0 10 Gibson 3 12 0 Reitz 10 0 0 San Dlago ab t hbi Thomas 5 110 Grubb 4 2 4 1 Lee 5 0 3 2 Colbert 4 0 2 1 Gaston 5 0 0 0 Kendall 5 0 10 Ca'pbeU 4 0 2 0 Hilton 2 0 0 0 Kirby 10 0 0 Cald'ell 0 0 0 0 Mur'ell 110 0 Ross 0 0 0 0 Mar'all 10 0 0 Troed'n 0 0 0 0 Morales 10 0 0 Miller 0 0 0 0 Total 35 5 11 5 1 Total 38 4 13 4 Score by innings: St. Louis 005 000 000—5 San Diego . 100 020 100—4 E—Torre. DP—St. Louis 2, San Diego 2. LOB—St. Louis 6, San Diego 11. 2B—Kelleher, Grubb. Lee. SB- Thomas, Grubb. HRs—Brock (1), Cruz (3). SB—Hilton. S—Hilton. Ip h r er bb to Gibson (W 1-3) 6 10 3 2 1 3 Segui . . . 3 3 112 3 Kirby (L1-5) 2V* 8 5 5 1 1 Caldwell 2\' 3 2 0 0 1 1 Ross 1 1 0 0 0 0 Troedson 2 0 0 0 1 1 Miller 1 0 0 0 0 1 T—2:38. A—5,690. Chicago Lot Angela* ab * h b! I ab t h bl Monday 4 0 1 0|Lopes 4 0 10 Beckert 4 0 1 0|Mota 4 110 Wil'iams 4 0 10 Pepit'no 4 10 0 Santo 3 0 10 Card'nal 4 0 1 1| Hundley 4 0 10 Kes'nger 3 0 0 0 Pappas 2 0 0 0 Hick'an 10 0 0 Aker 0 0 0 0 Buckn'r 4 110 Davis 4 2 4 3 Ferg'on 3 0 0 1 Cra'ford 3 0 0 0 Cey 3 0 10 Russell 3 0 10 Sutton 3 0 0 0 Baltimore ab I hbi Ret'n'nd 4 0 2 0 IKelly Grich 2 0 0 0 " Davis 4 0 0 0 Wil'iams 4 0 0 0 Baylor 4 0 2 0 Robi'on 4 0 0 0 Powell 3 0 0 0 Blair 3 0 10 Bela'ger 3 0 10 Palmer 0 0 0 0 Pena 0 0 0 0 Chicago ab r h bl 2 111 May 2 0 0 1 Allen 3 10 0 Muser 0 0 0 0 Melton 3 0 0 0 Hend'on 4 0 2 1 And'ws 3 0 0 0 Jeter 0 0 0 0 Herr'nn 4 12 0 Orta 2 111 Leon 3 0 0 0 Wood 0 0 0 0 Total 33 1 6 1| Total 31 4 9 4 Score by innings: Chicago 000 100 000—1 Los Angeles .... 010 001 02x—4 E—Lopes. DP—Chicago 1, Los Angeles 1. LOB—Chicago 6, Los Angeles 4. 2B—Cardenal. Davis. HRs—Davis 2 (5th, 6th). SB—Hundley, Pepitone. SF—Ferguson. ip h r arbbio Pappas (Ll-3) 6 7 2 2 0 0 Aker _. 2 2 2 2 0 2 Sutton (W3-2) .^9 6 10 18 T—2:01. A—13,120. Burke Was Fired By Yankees For Money Reasons Total 26 4 6 4 saM •Mt Total 31 0 6 0 Score by innings: Baltimore 000 000 000—0 Chicago 100 001 20x—4 E—Williams 2, Allen. DP—Chicago 1. LOB—Baltimore 7, Chicago 6. 2B—Henderson, Herrmann. 3B— Kelly. SB—Belanger, Allen, Orta. S—Grich. SF—May, Kelly. ip h r er bb to Palmer (L1-2) 6 5 4 3 4 6 Pena 2 1 0 0 2 3! Moffitt Wood (W6-2) 9 6 0 0 2 3 Palmer pitched to 2 batters in 7th. T—2:23. A—7,313. Pltltburgh , San FrancUco ab r h bl I ab r h bl Cash 4 10 0 IBonds 5 0 10 Sang'len 4 0 1 OlFuentes 4 0 0 0 Oliver 3 0 0 liSpeier 3 0 0 0 StargeU 3 1 0 OlMcC'ey 3 0 10 Hebner 4 0 2 OIBlanco 0 0,0 0 Rob'son 4 0 2 OlGo'dson 2 0 0 0 May 4 0 2 llPhillips 0 10 0 Sten'ett 2 0 0 0 Ho'ard 1 0 0 0 Walker 3 0 1 0 Mate's 4 0 1 0 Rooker 1 0 0 0 Tho'son 2 0 0 0 Giusti 0 0 0 0 (Arnold 0 0 0 0 u IMoffitt 0 0 0 0 ISadek 0 0 0 0 IRader 4 0 10 IBarr 2 0 0 0 IKing'an 10 0 1 Total 32 2 8 2 1 Total 31 1 4 1 Score by innings: Pittsburgh Oil 000 000-2 San Francisco 000 000 100—1 E—Goodson, Oliver. DP—San i Francisco 1. LOB—Pittsburgh 7,! San Francisco 9. 2B—Matthews, Hebner. SF—Oliver, Kingman. ip h r er bb IO Walker (W 1-0) .. 6 2 0 0 4 3 Rooker . 2V 3 2 0 0 1 3 Giusti % 0 0 0 0 2 Barr (L3-2) 7 7 2 1 2 2 2 10 0 11 Walker pitched to 3 batters in 7th. Save—Giusti (2). T—2:10. A^»,818. By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Editor NEW YORK (UPI) - What really happened to Mike Burke? It's basically simple what really happened to him. He was bounced out for the oldest reason in the world failure to produce. Public relations-wise, he did a good job for the New York Yankees, possibly one of the best that was ever done for them. Business-wise, he did a wretched job, maybe one of the worst ever. How bad? You judge for yourself. From the time CBS purchased the Yankees, or to put it another way, during Burke's eight - year stewardship as chairman of the board and president, the club lost between $10 and $11 million. That wasn't merely a paper loss, that was hard coin of the realm, and no team in baseball history ever lost so much in a corresponding period. Mike Burke is the type man who makes friends and has an engaging personality. Now that he no longer will be involved in the actual operation of the club, j m A limited offer from Volkswagen: The /port/ Bug. many of those friends he made are saying isn't it a shame what happened to him, and what kind of a man is George M. Steinbrenner, the new owner of the Yankees, to do something like that? For one thing, Steinbrenner had been told the Yankees had lost money but he had no idea to what extent. For another, Steinbrenner is a completely honorable man, one who keeps his word. He leveled with Burke from the start and there wasn't anything he did later that he didn't tell Burke he would do in advance. One of the things he said he would do was have Gabe Paul run the ball club. Mike Burke enjoyed his previous position with the Yankees. He was loath to relinquish it, but George Steinbrenner is the man with the money and the one who calls the shots. Say you were the new owner. Say you took a look at the books. What would you do? Best one of all I've heard yet comes from one of the returning POW's, Navy Cmdr. Gerald Coffee of Sanford, Fla., who tells how news traveled along the grapevine in Hanoi. "When we heard the U.S. had landed a man on the moon in 1969 we believed it," he says, "but when we heard the Mets won the World Series, we honestly felt those who told us County Meet Slated Friday At Knoxville ra. v. Better late than never: our own Sports Bug. With oversize radial tires. Mounted on rnag-type wheels. True bucket seats. An Indy-type steering wheel. A short-throw stick shift. Four-wheel independent suspension. An air-cooled rear-mounted aluminum- frnagnesium alloy engine. Your choice of Marathon Silver Metallic paint, or Saturn Yellow. With jet black trimming all around. Options? Plenty. Like flare-tip pipes. Racing stripes. Stereo radio. And more. If this sounds good to you, don't be late. Because we've made only a limited number pf Sports Bugs. v Late could be never. GALESBURG VOLKSWAGEN, INC. ^ 2181 Grand Ave., Galesburg GULEK it were full of soup...." Muhammad Ali has it all figured out. When he and his upset conqueror, Ken Norton, announce today they're going to meet again, Ali plans to spell |out how he's going to get the 'heavyweight title back.. By knocking out Norton first, then Joe Frazier and finally George Foreman. There was a time he might have been capable of doing it. ^Not any more. Look at his general physical condition. It's nothing at all the way it once was. Even eating bland food through a cracked jaw hasn't taken off any appreciable weight. He simply doesn't train the way he once did. His vocal cords are as good as ever though.... If Chi Chi Rodriguez' next victory on the golf tour rates bigger headlines than usual, there'll be a reason. Cheech dedicated his last win to the late Roberto Clemente; he says | his next one is going to be for !the press.... ! Charlie Finley is stewing over Oakland's poor start and the small crowds coming out. He's talking about selling the A's or moving them again. The one voice you don't hear saying anything at all through all this belongs to Dick Williams.... Carroll Rosenbloom, the Los Angeles Rams' owner, and Miami Dolphins' Coach Don Shula, who used to work for him at Baltimore, spoke to each other for the first time in three years at the recent football meetings in Arizona.... SIGHTSEER II The motor home _ with a view. Now on display, BROWNS CAMPERS Down on the farm V/i mi. so. of Altdo on Hi. 94, then 1 mi. aait. Clo*. Sua. — 3(2-2883. \ « Knoxville is foe defending champion as the SMh Knox County Association Track Meet gets under way at KnoxvHle Senior High School Friday. Prdkninaries for the running events are scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. Friday with the finals to start at 7. Shot put, discus and long jump preliminaries will also begin at 4 p.m. with finals set for 6:30 in those events. Finals in the high jump and pole vault start at 6. Host Knoxville won the Knox County meet ktst year and is top among previous winners with 41 first place trophies in the track meet. Abingdon second with 10 first place finishes, while Yates City, Wil liamsfidd, Gilson, Costa and ROVA have all won the meet once. Abingdon Is Victorious In Track Meet Abingdon edged Knoxville by wo points for first place in a triangular track meet Monday. Abingdon totaled 68 points to finish ahead of Knoxville, which had 66 points. Williamsfield was third in the meet with 25 poults. Hiemel of Abingdon was first in the long and high jumps. Other,double winners were Carr in the shot put and discus and Hall in the high and low hurdles, both from Knoxville. Knoxville, however, did beat Abingdon 64-59 in a frosh-soph dual meet. Long Jump — Hiemel (A), Carr (K). Owen (A). Hall (K). Distance 18-10 V*. High Jump — Hiemel (A), Myers (K), Brittingham (K), Thomas (A). Height, 5-4. Pole Vault — Brittingham (K). Ebany (A), Stoneking (A), Dykeman (W). Height, 10-3. Shot Put — Carr (K), Chandless (W). Secrist (W), Owen (A). Distance, 42-3%. Discus — Carr (K), Secrist (W), Strum (W), Owen (A). Distance 131-4. 2 Mile — Nelson (K), Darmar (A), Bent (W). Mangier! (A). Time, 11:40.2. 120 High Hurdles — Hall (K), Hart (W), Mangieri (A), Spicher (K). Time. :17.5. 100 — Howe (K> & Hiemel (A) (tie), Ebany (A), Hart (W). Time, :11.1. 880 — Smith (K). Sandercock (A), Harlan (A), Farris (A). Time, 2:13.5. 880 Relay — Abingdon, Knoxville. Time, 1:41.6. 440—Mangieri (A), CleweU (K), Rose (K), Harlan (A). Time, :57.9. 180 Low Hurdles — Hall (K) & Hart fW) (tie). Ebany (A), Newby (K). Time, :23.3. Mile — Ebanv (A), Strom (W), Durbin (A). Hobbs (K). Time, 5:13.7. 220 — Thomas (A), Knanp <K), SimDson (A). Self (W). Time. :25.8. Mile Relay — Knoxville, Abingdon. Time, 3:43.8. Durham Adds Foster ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (UPI) — Yancey Durham, manager of former world heavyweight champion Joe Frazier, added Bob Foster to his boxing stable Wednesday by purchasing the contract of the light heavyweight titlist. I Lou Viscussi, Foster's former ! manager, said he gave up Foster's contract "reluctantly." Illness has forced him to reduce his boxing activity. Display Catch Standing beside the sailfish they caught on a fishing trip at Aoapulco, Mex., on March 29 are, from left, Jim Hardine, William Hoerner and Louis Lakis. The three fish, all caught on one outing, averaged eight feet, two inches in length and 110 pounds in weight. Also a member of the group but not pictured was R. J. Neagle Jr. BENNY'S LIQUOR BUYS THRU SATURDAY NIGHT 5-5-73 BUSCH 12««»» $ 1" For CHOICE SCHLITZ or BUD 24 c ° n * *4 49 Blue Ribbon or Falstaff 24 Cant WARM or COLD DREWRYS £ On. $]00 MILLERS ANDEKER 6 pak _ $1.69 MICHELOB 6 pock $1.69 COLD BEERS cost no more - qr's — 6 paks - 12 pokt - full costs STORZ $079 24 Bottles plus dep. m* OLD MILWAUKEE $199 12 Cans I SCOTCH HOUSE OF STUART $099 INVERHOUSE 1/5 O CANADIAN WINDSOR CANADIAN $^99 WALKER'S SPECIAL 5th «•? Vodka - Gin qt. $3.69 Seagram 7' 5th $4.29 KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN Qr's $4.19 3 for $12.00 BACARDI RUM Full Qt. $5.19 JIM BEAM Fifth $4.19 AZTECA TEQUILA Fifth $4.15 WALKERS 10 HI Full Qt. $4.49 BENNY'S HOUSE OF BOTTLES 914 E. MAIN ST. BENNY'S DRIVE-IN LIQUORS MAIN at CHAMBERS Come in — look over our large selection of wines imported and domestic. Priced right — visit our gourmet selection. Many imported, hard to find food items. Wisconsin cheese — imported cheese. SPECIAL PRICES ON FULL CASES OF BEER, CANS or BOTTLES BQX/Y: SPORT CENTER 1700 GRAND AVE. GALESBURG Presents Bobby Tyree Nationally Known Fishing Instructor & Guide From LINDY'S TACKLE CO. Bobby Will Present A Fishing Seminar From 6 to 10 P.M. SATURDAY, MAY 5th at the Elks Club In Galesburg •J I. r BOBBY TYREE NATIONALLY KNOWN TOURNAMENT ANGLER The slide presentations and information regarding all species of game fish are most informative and entertaining. No Admission Charge Bring The Family 1

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