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    October 11, 1970
Page Four
THE DAILY TAB HEEL
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CINCINNATI (UPI)-The Baltimore
Orioles stung Gary Nolan for homers by
Boog Powell, Ellie Hendricks and Broolcs
Robinson Saturday to overpower
Cincinnati's heralded "Big Red Machine"
4-3 in the first game of the 1970 World
Series.
But the Orioles needed the help of a
controversial decision by National League
Umpire Ken Burkhart who called Bernie
Carbo out at the plate in the sixth inning
with the score tied to create a heated
argument as the crowd of 51,531 booed.
The Orioles, outhomered 191 to 179 by
the Reds this season, fell behind 3-0 at the
end of three innings as the Reds' Lee May
hit a two-run homes in the third inning.
But Powell's two-run homes in the
fourth and Hendricks' solo shot in the fifth
tied the game 3-3 before Broolcs
Robinson, who was l-for-19 in last year's
World Series, homered on a 0-1 pitch with
one out in the seventh to win the game.
Jim Palmer, who allowed five hits in 8
2-3 innings, survived a rocky start and
gained the second series victory of his
career. He was lifted after walking Pete
Rose on four pitches with two out in the
ninth and Pete Richert came on to retire
Bobby Tolan on a soft liner to shortstop
Mark Belanger to end the game.
The Orioles won the first game of last
year's series but then lost four straight to
the New York Mets.
The Reds got only one hit over the final
six innings but that one hit-Tommy Helms'
hit-and-run single with one out in the
Incomparable Archie
Sinks Georgia 31-21
ATHENS, Ga. (UPI)-The
incomparable Archie Manning passed for
three touchdowns and scored another
himself Saturday as sixth-ranked
Mississippi came from behind in the final
period to beat Georgia, 3121.
Manning threw a 66-yard scoring bomb
to Vernon Studdard the first time the
Rebels had the football, ran over from
three yards out with 4:40 left in the first
half, then passed for 52 and nine yards to
Flloyd Franks and Jim Poole respectively
the final period.
The favored Rebel didn't take the lead
for keeps, Uaweyer untiL-a misplayed
kickoff by the, Bulld5gs se$ japClqyce
Hinton's 36yard field goal, with 1 1 :41 left
in the game. . 1- - illtl
On the kickoff following Manning's
long strike to Franks, the ball bounced
over the would-be Georgia receivers and
Ronnie Moses grabbed the ball for the
Rebels at the Bulldog seven-yard line.
Hinto came on to put the Rebels in front
when the Bulldogs pushed Ole Miss back to
the Georgia 19.
The aroused Bulldogs, who have won
only once in their last nine games, were
very much in the ball game up to that
point.
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sixth-put runners on first and third with
one out and the score tied 3-3 and set up
the most talked about play of the game.
Ty Cline, a hero of the Reds' three-game
sweep over Pittsburgh in the playoffs, then
was sent up by Manager Sparky Anderson
to bat for shortstop Woody Woodward.
Cline hit a chopper that bounced high in
front of the plate on the spong, wet
astroturf. This was the first series game
ever played on an artificial surface and
Car bo-who had walked with one
out-streaked to the plate as catcher
Hendricks waited for the ball to come
down.
After he grabbed the ball, Hendricks
spun and dived towards the plate in an
attempt to tag Carbo, who was trying to
slide around him. Burkhart, who was
working behind the plate, stumbled as he
fell back away from the palte and ruled
that Hendricks had tagged Carbo out.
Carbo immediately jumped on and
started screaming at Burkhart with his
arms waving up and down. Anderson
dashed from the dugout, pushed Carbo
away and then continued the argument.
The Reds tossed towels from the dugout
but Burkhart remained firm in his decision.
The major league umpires agreed to
work the series this week when they signed
a four-year contract that ended a long
dispute.
Burkhart 's decision left the score tied
22 with runners on first and second with
two out and pitcher Nolan coming up.
made the first of three interceptions of
Manning passes, was climaxed by a nine
yard run by Julian Smiley to tie the score
at 77 with 1 : 3 5 left in the first period.
The Bulldogs marched 60 yards the
next time they got the ball with Rovert
Honeycutt going over from a yard out to
give Georgia 14 7 lead.
Ole Miss had three chances to regain the
lead in the third period but was unable to
cash in and Georgia leaped into the lead for
the last time, at 21-14, with 1 :1 8 left in
the period after Bill Darby's 67-yard pass
interception return put the Bulldogs deep
in Old Miss territory. ..
Georgia fumbled in the Ole Miss end
zone on the first try but got the ball back j
immediately in an interception. Mike
Cavan then passed six yards to Smiley to
give the partisan, overflow crowd of
59,130 visions of a major upset.
Manning, figuring enough was enough,
immediately led Ole Miss on an 85-yard
drive which he capped with the long' pass to
Franks, which, like the first-period bomb
to Studdard, caught the Georgia defense
napping.
And when the Rebels got the ball back
on the ensuing kickoff, it quickly became
only a question of how the Ole Miss
margin would be.
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(UPI)-Sophomore fullback Steve Jones
scored two touchdowns on short runs and
led a strong running attack which carried
Duke to a 21-13 upset victory Saturday
over previously unbeaten West Virginia.
The Duke Blue Devils, rated 13-point
underdogs, surprised West Virginia by
turning from the passing of Leo Hart to the
rushing of Jones and halfback Bill
Thompson to nap the Mountaineers' 40
season record and two-year 10-game
winning streak.
West Virginia quarterback Mike
Sherwood scored two touchdowns a
three-yard keeper plays and broke a 15
year record for total offense at the
university.
Pete Wood, the West Virginia fullback,
who gained 526 yards in four previous
games, suffered a knee injury in the first
quarter and was taken out of the game.
Jones plunged five yards through the
right side of the West Virginia line at 4:58
of the second period to cap a 56-yard,
1 five-play drive and give Duke al4 7 lead.
7 The sophomore ripped off gains of 1 3 and ,
; 14 yards in the drive. '..":
Jones drove four yards into the end
zone' with 4:30 elapsed in the fourth
quarter to give the Blue Devils the
clinching touchdown and a 21 7 lead. The
touchdown came at the end of an 82-yard,
1 2-play drive sparked by two long gains
by Thompson.
Jones' 34-yard kickoff return set the
stage for Duke's first touchdown drive a
56-yard, 18-play march. On fourth down
and goal to go, Brad Evans too a pitchout
from Hart and ran untouched around the
left side three yards into the end zone.
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Sherwood's first scoring run capped an
81 -yard, 19-play drive after the opening
kickoff and gave him the yardage to
surpass, in three years of play, the 3,426
yard rolled up by Fred Wyatt in four years
between 1952 and 1955.
Sherwood's second touchdown came
with 6:06 to go in the game and closed the
gap to 21 to 13, but the Mountaineers did
not get the ball again until the game had 54
seconds to go.
Wake Rolls Over
Winless Gobblers
WINSTON-SALEM (UPI)-Junior
quarterback Larry Russell ran for two
touchdowns and threw for two more
Saturday as Wake Forest rolled over
winless Virginia Tech 28-9. -
After the Gobblers got a 35-yard field
goal by Jack Simcsak in the first period
Wake's southpaw quarterback capped a
V-yard scoring drive with an eight yard
pass to end Gary Winrow early in the
second quarter. Russell, who was the
game's leading rusher with 1 22 yards, and
passed for 77 more, scampered around left
end for a two-point conversion to put the
Deacons on top for good, 8-3 .
. Midway through the period, the
Deacons started a second scoring drive,
going 70 yards in six plays. Russell scored
oh a keeper, weaving through the VPI
secondary with his second 28-yard
scamper of the series for the touchdown.
;; A Gobbler fumble on the VPI 30
moments later led to the Deacons' third
score. Tech quarterback Bob German, who
left the game in the fourth period after
injuring his right knee on a short run,
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Carbo said he seldom
- Rookie Bernie
argues with an
umpire but when he was called out in the
sixth inning at hone plate "I'm sure the
umpire couldn't have seen the play.
"The umpire W3S between me and home
plate and was looking the other way w hen I
slid into the plate," Carbo emphasized.
The controversial play key to the
Orioles opening game victory over the
Reds-came in the sixth inning with the
score tied at 3-3 when Carbo attempted to
score from third base on a chopper just in
front of the plate by pinch-hitter Ty Cline.
Orioles Catcher Ellie Hendricks had to
wait for the ball to come down, then
grabbed it, and dived in an attempt to tag
out the sliding Carbo.
National league umpite Ken Burkhart, a
former major league pitcher, was knocked
down on the play. But as he fell his thumb
went up in the "out" sign.
And the protests roared -by Carbo, by
Reds' manager Sparky Anderson, and by
the Reds' bench-riders who tossed towels
out on the field.
Burkhart says Hendricks tagged out
Carbo ''with both hands-a two-handed
tag."Hendricks says he tagged him with the
ball in his bare hand.
West Virginia drove to the Duke
four-yard line midway through the third
quarter and had a third down with one
yard to go but the Duke interior line
turned back Sherwood and Ed Williams for
no gain.
Jones ended the day with 98 yards
rushing in 22 carries to lead all rushers.
Hart, who had been averaging 30 passes a
game, threw only 10 and completed 7 for
82 yards.
tossed a pitchout over the head of tailback
John Dobbins. The ball was recovered by
Deacon linebacker Ed Bradley. Russell
swept left end for 12 yards for the score
five plays later.
VPFs lone touchdown came midway
through the third period when tailback
Rich Matijevich capped an 80-yard scoring
march with a one-yard plunge to make the
score 21-9. ' German's attempt at a
two-point pass play failed.
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Carbo
Carbo says there is "no way" HerJnck..;
could have tagged hira at all. and Johnny
Bench of the Reds suggests. "rr,jb?
Hendriks tagged Burkhart."
Anderson told reporters after the game
"the umpire didn't beat us. Baltimore
did."
But he was guick to add that he didn"
think Hendricks could have tagged Carbo
from his position.
Burkhart defended his controversy:
call, claiming that Hendricks "ahso!u:e';
tagged him (Carho).
"It was one of those tough calls." h
said. "I had to make the call on whether
the ball was fair or foul on the hit. that w.
No. 1. It was fair by that much."
Asked how he managed to see the tag
over his shoulder as he was falling.
Burkhart said, "I don't remember how
saw it, but I saw it. It was one of those
unusual plays-one in a million. I d;d rnv
best to call it right..'
Burkhart said Carbo had hit me on the
leg" as he started the slide.
Outfielder Pete Rose, the Reds team
captain; said he "couldn't blame the
umpire" on the call and refused to make it
an excuse for losing.
Rose did say, however, that he had
never seen Anderson as angry as he was on
the call.
"Sparky never go that upset all season."
Rose commented. "Usually he would just
talk to an umpire on a close call, but today
he was really mad."
Losing pitcher Gary Nolan commented
that "I don't think the umpire could have
seen the play" but declined to comment on
whether he felt Carbo was safe.
"He made what he thought was the
correct call and that's all there is to it," he
said.
Nolan, who struck out seven Oriole
batters and gave up all four runs before
Anderson lifted him in the seventh, said he
was disappointed with his performance.
"I don't think I threw the ball very well
today," the young righthander said. "The
home runs to Powell and Hendricks were
fast balls, but the one Robinsons hit out
was a pretty good pitch, a change-up."
Asked if he had noticed the Reds
throwing towels on the field and whether
he thought to punish them for it, Burkhart
said:
"I didn't see it. I wasn't looking for
trouble. I had enough trouble of my own."
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