The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 5, 1971 · Page 16
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Ogden, Utah
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Tuesday, October 5, 1971
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2B Standard-Examiner;-Tuesday, Oct. 5, 1971 Continue In Regio :'Layton and Viewmont, locked at 1:30 p.m. in the Utah State in a dogfight for the leadership University stadium, in Division One of Region Two, - — • — -•are picked to defeat their respective foes this week. . Both Layton and Viewmont hold 4-1 records going'into Wednesday's round of play. Area prep football games have been moved up to Wednesday! instead of the usual Friday schedule because of the Utah Education Association conference in Salt Lake City. •Layton is at home against a Box Elder, still in contention in Division One with a 2-2 log, travels to neighboring' Tremonton Wednesday to face a tough Bear River High team in a 7 .m. game. DRAWS BYE Weber High, with-a. 2-1-2. record, iri Division' Two, draws a league bye this week and will prepare for tie <at;<uiioi. a *— * _ , win less" S6uth High team ^counter on Oct Wednesday. Game time js Bear River. 3:30 p.m their next league 15 against South comes into the .contest •with an 0-5 record but has been improving each week. Layton -.r_.L ^,*n**A Turoinct _"_vpT*-{*onii- ear xuvci. . Over'in Region'Five, Morgan isn't scheduled to play in league competition this week, but will travel-to St. George Friday for Boog Baltimore to Victory OAKLAND, Galil"(UPD~The record and won't'get a start in Powell slammed his to —- •*••-•- — - -— t ne playoffs if it ends in threejnomers Monday despite J Baltimore .Orioles' - : Home :punch had- the:; Oakland run A's games.). LJUill.ll ilOU. Wit. - • V^*i«^Al*»**» •»•» " O^^ -' - haneinc oh the ropes today with "We're tin „ -;--r - - - - - •r^httander Jim Klmer all set I trouble,'-' admitted-AS: manager to^deliver the pitching knockout i Williams. "Were not out iT__i- _,.A,.U mi-r^v'' '+itn. ' ril-irtl AC- f5 I U1U i aching wrist that-he reinjured a helluva lot of sliding into second the lifted•• A'S: manager first eame of the playoffs. The Vida Blue. , but should touchdowns or more. .'Viewmont, meanwhile, has V JlCWHAU^Hij •»**>.»" ••- 1 its work cut out as it must face a tough 3-2 West High team on the Viewmont field Wednesday afternoon. OUTSIDE CONTENDER •Clearfield High, a team that h ~— r - Judge Is still very much in the run-, ^ Region . ning 'for the Division One, title ]|£* M £ 6 ^ with a 4-2 record, has a toughn*. job on its hands Wednesday as Region One-Ben Lomond at Bormeville; Sky-View vs. Logan (at Utah Sure); Roy vs. Ooden High at Ogden City Stadium; Box Elder at Bear River; Weber High, V ResIon Two-East at Olympus; West at Viewmont; South at Layton; Davis at Bountiful; Clearfield at Skyline; Highland, bye. Region Three - Cottonwood at Gram.e,- JordaVat Murray; Hillcrest at Brighton; Granger at Tooele; Kearnj at Cyprus; Bing- Provo Orem; American ForJt; 'Carbon at Lehi; Payso'n; Uintah a* Spring- OTHER GAMES bye. Current ! Bear River JUO «U -K> -«»"v--i • , T o 1- the Falcons must travel to Salt Lake City to face Skyline in a 3:15 p.ra. game. • Skyline is currently 3-3 on the season, but is still regarded as a fine football team. iDavis High, a long shot in the Division One scramble with a 2-3 record, is favored to pick up its third victory ag^ Bountiful Wednesday in a 7:30 |*> a p.m. game on the Braves' grid-j BOX ^In" other Region Two 'play Wednesday, East t r a v e 1 s to Olympus and Highland draws * Over in Region. One, both division races continue to be razor dose. , . _. Bonneville, the leader m Division Two with a 4-1 record, is at home Wednesday for a 3 p.m. game against the 1-4 Ben Lomond Scots. STRONG FAVORITES The Lakers are strong favorites but must keep their momentum going to avoid a possible Ben Lomond upnang- Brighton •Roy, meanwhile, is right be-i Mo - rray hind Bonneville with a 3-1 mark and will take on winless Ogden Resion Hve-Duaway *t Park City; South Sumrmt »t North Summit; Morgan at Dixie [Friday, practice game). Region Six-Monticello «t Green East Carbon at River; ist caroon ar »jrH"a. . Region Seven-WK»rch Academy »t North Sevier; South Sevicr, bye. Region Eight-Hurriearw *t MiHard; Delta at Dixie; Cedar City, bye; Beaver «t MHford; Parowan at Panguitch; Kanao, Roy Weber Ben Lomond Ogden Viewmonf layton Clearfield Davis Bountiful East Highland Olympus South Cottonwood Granite Jordan Hillcrest 2 3 6 w* 1 2 3 3 3 5 High in a 7:30 p.m. contest Judge Cyprus Kearns Granger nlBIl ill d ' .w w.*.*" — --,— in Ogden City Stadium Wednes- » day Roy, like Bonneville, is heavily favored, but Ogden could surprise. Up north, the Division One * . i ' J, T_ A J *,,,th . RV-V race ra^e ^ deadlocked with Sky View and Logan holding identical 2-1-1 records. That situation won't be for long as. the two teams collide Wednesday American Fork Provo Spanish Fork Orem Carbon Springv'rlle Parson Pleasant Grove leh: Uiivtah Idaho Takes Loop Honors • BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The University'of Idaho swept Big Sky Conference offensive and defensive honors this week as a result of an upset football victory last Saturday over Montana. . Idaho quarterback Rick See- Med won "Back of the Week" honors for completing 13 of 22 passes for 112 yards in handing Montana a 21-12 defeat. Seefried, a sophomore, also rushed for 55 Sards. . ' >•. Idaho linebacker Ron Lineham •was named "Lineman of the Week." - - . , * Lineham, a 222-pounder, had a part in 19 tackles, made one pass interception and recovered a fumble. Union Wasalch Grantsville Morgan, Soutti Summit Duowav Park City . North Summvt Moab San Juan Monticello €ast Carbon Green River Richfield tmery • Juab Manti North Sanpete South. Sevier North .Sevier Wasatch Academy• Dixie Ceoar City Oelta Hurricane Kanab Beaver Panguitch Parowan Division One W 1. 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 Division Two 4 1 3 V 2 "I 1 4 0 * REGION TWO Division On« 4 1 4 1 4 2 O Division 3 3 3 2 0 REGION THREE Division One 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2. Division Two 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 0 2 REGION FOUR Class MA 4 2 4 2 4 2 4 2 0 6 Class AA 5. 1 2 -4 2 * 0 * REGION FIVE Class AA 2 0 2 1 1 2 0 2 Class A 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 REGION SIX Cliss AA 4 0 2 3 Class A 1- 3 REGION SEVERN Via AA .5 0 4.' 1 2 3 1 4 o - * is A 20 0 .1 •REGION EIGHT Class AA 4 3 2 0 Class A 4 O 4 0 2 2 1 4 0 5 moOKSROBINSO gets ready for the Oakland A's Monday by blowing-bub- ?5?fnfhe Orioles'dugout Baltimore went two up on Oakland Monday with a 5-1 win as Brooks hit a home run. The third game of the American League playoffs was held in Oakland today. ; __ THIRD GAME OF SERIES Giants, Bucs Play Today that would give 'the.Orioles, a clean sweep of the American League playoffs. • x. Palmer (20-9)>was opposed by righthander Diego:Segui (10-8) of the A's, -a sometime refugee •from the bullpen, in the third game of the playoffs starting noon PDT'(3 p.m. EOT).. Four homers, two of them off the telephone pole that huge Boog Powell uses for a bat, carried the Orioles to a 5-1 'romp over the A's in the second game Monday,: and the teams flew here last, night x for the third game today and, if necessary, the fourth Wednesday and -fifth Thursday. ' But the Orioles now are listed a 3-2 favorite to wrap' it all up by winning today's 'game—and prohibitive choicesrto clinch the playoffs-/ sometime in the next two days if they - should miss today. "All I feel," explained Orioles manager Earl Weaver, "is that we've only got to outplay them once in the next three games. That's a pretty good, feeling." It would be a brave man who'd bet against the defending World Champions at this point. They've now won 13 straight ball games,. 11 at the end of the regular season and the first two in the playoffs, and that's nearly as hot,as they were last year when- they ended the regular season : with 17 straight U1QU2I1. Williams' hope i s that the: A's will somehow battle through to a ; stayralive victory today, -then be able to square the playoffs Wednesday --'^ — -"•*•«• .with ace If there's 'pitcher a .fifth | P , first game of the . first, on a high fast ball,.came after Robinson's belt and made the score 2-0. The second, after Hendricks' homer had made it 3-1, came on another fast ball and, .with a man on made it 5-1. game, he says, his pitcher will be Jim "Catfish"' ' Hunter, victim o'f-all four of-the Orioles' homers Monday—the . two by Powell, plus one 1 each by Brooks Robinson 1 . and Ellie Hendricks.' :-' Segui, 33-year-old curveballer 'We made a mistake with •owsll," said Williams. "We used this year as spot starter and reliever, gets the third *ame call only because Chuck Dobson has arm trouble.' "Nervous?" said Segui. "Nah. I've never been nervous in my life. I pitched in playoff games before, in the winter leagues." One nice thing about the winter leagues, of course, is that Boog Powell doesn't play there. ' try to pitch him differently than we did. Let's just say that the pitches he hit were too far out over the plate." Powell's wrist, which he saidi 'still hurts," could ' be a problem-for the third game: "I hit the .first homer with one hand because the wrist was Bothering me," Powell said. "I nit the second with about, one and a half hands." •'It' fault," said Hunter. "I was trying to take advantage o f victories^ What's PITTSBURGH• (UPI)' — The,Oliver, /who did not start .TJ.J.j.kW-'j.i.'-rA.i. ,,w a./ ,,.v.__ +>,- nianrc mtr-lnprl San.:Francisco 'Giants, 'trying to shed their image- as perennial runnersup, had Juan Marichal pitching today and Gaylord Perry ready for Wednesday .as they resumed . the deadlocked National League playoffs \Jlit \rfA j _ ,» *•*« ..- — Sunday when the Giants pitched a lefthander, back in the lineup ;ainst righthander Marichal. Sriles, obtained by the Pirates from St. Louis in a trade in which the Cardinals got Matty Alou last January, was a spot starter most of the ... . The Giants, who have he pitched five innings,, was ordered by Murtaugh to take his elbow problems to a doctor. He was the likely Pittsburgh starter if there were a fifth game, but Murtaugh said it was too early to tell if Ellis would be able to pitch. against "the Pittsburgh .Pirates. year . He- finally won a regular - . a three-hit, 4-1 victory ine Vx-oiit-a, VYIIU iic-vt .100 Wl-il a Lmee-mu, "---L V.L.-U.J won a pennant Since 1962 and in | over fl- e Chicago Cubs Labor nn<=. stfptdi finished second five na« .200 .000 '667 one stretch finished second five •^'straight- seasons, clearly hoped to avoid a showdown fifth-game •8^1 when they might-run out of <-1 starting pitchers. Marichal, who ' was .18-11 during the regular season and held a 25-10 career edge on Pittsburgh, was opposed by Nelson Briles in a battle of righthanders in today's third game of the best-of-five - series. Charlie Fox, the San Francisco manager, said he would - - — ' ' with .800 .800 .667 .<!00 .000 .833 .600 .500 .500 .400 .000 1 000 .500 .500 .500 .500 .000 1 000 .500 .SCO .500 -.500 .000 more;.-the Orioles never have lost a'playoff game in -eight .starts- over the last three seasons.:';A .victory today would -.give them .their third straight sweep of-a "playoff. In addition,-there-'are many who. think Palmer, the movie- star handsome fastballer, is the best of Baltimore's four, count four, 20-game winners. bad wrist by jamming him, but I got the two pitches too far out over the plate. I didn't have good control." Mike Cuellar set the A's down with six hits, and catcher Hendricks commented, "He'is the fourth fastest pitcher on our team." Since Palmer's tiie fastest, that ought to worry the A's. "I've said they wouldn't beat Elko Honors Won By Distaff Golfers From Hill AFB "I've said tney womon't oeat ELKO, Nev. — Eight Hillj us three straight games," said AFB women golfers took lowjwilliams. "But I haven't said-it net honors in the annual Beth the last two days. They beat . pltcherS " l dldnt Quick Best Ball Tournament held here over-the weekend. | ^Box 1 scores: Sherol Erb and Elaine Wardjo.ktznd ___]_ ki BaitimWt teamed up for first low net honors in championship flight and were "followed by Hallie Post °j;|f c and Sharon Anderson. In first flight, the Aloha Northam and -Nadine Day was first, Grace Kono and Alta Terry- as runners-up. Marion Stocking and Thora. - Phillips also represented the| R 4^ fc P±T\ air base, among the field of 36 :ampnrs ss Ludl if 1 Duncan c team Of Green 2b Hunter p Totals Oakland Baltimore land X 0 1 0 Buford l( 3000 3000 Blair cf 0 O.fl.0 4 0 1 0 Johnson 2I> 3 1.0'O 3010 Powell lb X 2 2-3 X 1 1 0 PRoblnsn rf X 0 O'O x 0 0 0 Rettnmnd If x 0 1 0 3011 BRoblnsn 3b 3 1 1 1 3010 Hfrndrlcks c 3121 3000 Belanger ss 3000 Cuellar 3 0 I'O 31 lil Totals ' 30575 000 100000—1 Oil 000 12X— S S. Baltimore 3. em iom AU^KOIIIC vmnici.^. «*t 1^^*.*^. UA..V..Q ~.. v _____ — — (Shed a tear for the Orioles'!playing the 6,600-yard munici- 'Pat Dobson, who had a 20-81 pal Hunter L Cuellar w T-2:IM A-35,003. . 7 5 5 2 6 761111 come -back ' Wednesday. -. ., Perry the other half of 'his 1-2 During the season, Brile: punch who won. - the first Marichal faced each other playoff game,- and hoped that as starters with Bnles winning ^ 1 .i i. _ -11 t-~ ^.^nAr.A o fi_9 i^ocMCinn Anril 2n. Day. SHUTOUT WINS He followed that with six-hit shutouts against Montreal and St. Louis, pitching three complete games in, his final; five starts to wind up the year 8-4. As -a. starter, Briles was 7-2. "In the back of my. mind all season, I tried to keep myself prepared for the chance to start again," Briles said. "But it didn't happen until September."' During the season, Bnles and • - - once would be all he needed. a 6-2 decision April 25. Diirine the season, Marichal I Marichal, like Briles, was hot and Perry won back-to-backj at the end, winning his final games 10 times for the Giants.-four decisions including the Manager Danny Murtaugh of clmcher a^e-hit 5-1 victory .833 .667 Pittsburgh selected first-game loser Steve Blass to pitch the fourth game. that 'The fifth game—if we go it far—will be discussed! over San Diego last Thursday night. Ellis, the winning pitcher of Sunday's second game in which .000 .833 .333 .333 .000 1.000 .667 .333 .000 1 000 .500 .COO .000 O 2 2 3 S 1 000 .xoo .750 .250 .000 1.000 .-800 .'400 -.200 .000 -1.000 .000 .."-.000 • .600 .600 .XOO .000 1.000 1.000 .500 .200 .000 PIGSKIN PICKS Syou he the final must be postmarked"., by midnight Friday, Oct. 8. Winners will be announced Tuesday. Oct. 12. An official 'game football will go to the winners, while the runnerup will receive four reserved seat tickets to the Oct. 30 Weber State-University of Montana football game. Two tickets to the same .game will be given for third place. Only one entry per person each week will be accepted. Score Score Weber State., ••-- Portland State Utah State... BYU Utah,.... Texas-El Paso ^OURNAME YOUR ADDRESS • —•-. TELEPHONE NUMBER •••• '•'• •••• ...'"-• (Please print) LilCtLr ICll^^" «•* W>_» w^w*-w— — •*— i later," Murtaugh said Monday) at a news conference attended ;_67 by both managers. TOP TWO HURLERS "We're going with Marichal and Perry," Fox countered. A reporter asked Fox about a possible fifth game. , - "Just, Marichal and -Perry," he said, -firmly. "That easy, huh?" questioned Murtaugh. "Those are the two best ones," Fox -said, grinning. "That's who -we're going with." Murtaugh'-s pitching problems may be . compounded .' by a possible recurrence of an elbow injury to 19-game winner Dock Ellis, but Fox has almost nobody behind Marichal and Perry. "' -• • . The Giants used six pitchers Sunday, when Pittsburgh evened -the series 1-1 with a -9-4 victory, and- only one of the six emerged without giving up a run. '.-'."•• : - Today's •'- start was the only ! one the Giants; are getting, from Marichal in this series, the, price they; must pay for blowing- a big- lead in September and having to call on, their ace to nail down the-Western Division title 'last .Thursday night—the final -nightr ; -of; ;the-.-;-r.egular season. ; - \rVORTH PRICE Fox, however, thought the tight finish might be worth the price. ' "The .way -I see^it, our youngsters were straining to win this thing and we finally won it," he said. "It's given them a tremendous amount of confidence in themselves. I think it helped us." San Francisco,^quoted a 13-tOr 10 favorite -to win today's game by Las Vegas oddsmakers, was bolstered .when -Bobby Bonds, the Giants' top slugger this year, reported nis injured side had healed sufficiently to play. Bonds, who led the'Giants 'in batting with a .288 average and also hit 33 homers and drove -in 102 runs, sat out the first two. games. 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