Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Auijuit 1973 THE LITHBRIDGE HERALD Keeling looked good Tiger-Cats turned table OTTAWA do moaned Ottawa Rough Rider coach Jack I thought it would change my He could be excused for moaning. His Riders had just lost the fight to get out of the Eastern Football Conference basement in a 25-16 loss to Hamilton Tiger-Cats. But in a nearby dressing freshly showered Jerry Williams appeared to be re- lieved that the Hamilton team he led to Grey Cup victory last year finally was beginning to show its form. Both teams entered the game without a win this Ottawa dropped two games earlier to two to Mon- treal. Williams said after the game that his opponents '-played pretty good but took Mohawks eliminated from series The Lethbridge Midget Mo- hawks were eliminated from further play in Alberta midget lacrosse playoff action as they suffered a pair of loses to Cal- gary Bawden Braves on the weekend. The two clubs were locked in a two-game total-goal series for the southern Alberta champion- ship title and a crack at the provincial crown. The locals dropped the final series by losing 26-22 Saturday and 15-14 Sunday. In Calgary Saturday the locals trailed 7-6 after the first period and 11-9 after the second. Dave Jackson was outstand- ing in a losing cause with an eight-goal performance while Paul John Fiorilli and Morgan Monroe added three goals apiece. Greg Monteith chipped in with a pair of markers while singles went to Ken Dar- rell MeLellan and Dave Sazal- sfci. Meanwhile in Lethbridge Sun- Calgary sewed up the ser- ies with a hardrfought victory over the Mohawks. Jackson led the locals again with four goals while Byrne added three. Monroe also chipped 5n with two tallies' while Ron Jack- Hall and Sazalski aided with one each. some tough an In- dication of the anybody's-game type of battle it was. The with former Cal- gary Stampeder quarterback Jerry a new acquisi- opened quickly with a first-quarter touchdown by full- back Jim Evenson followed by a convert and two field goals by soccer-style kicker Gerry Or- gan. TIDE TURNS In the second Ham- ilton quarterback Chuck Ealey helped chalk up 12 points with an eight-yard touchdown pass to flanker Garney Henley and a three-yard handoff to running back Andy Hopkins. Ian Sunter converted both. Orgrs kicked Ottawa's last three points with another field goal. Except for another field goal by Sunter in the third the last half of the game was a defensive until the dy- ing minutes. In the last two how- Sunter booted a single from the 44-yard line after losing the ball Hamilton regained control on the Ottawa 40. Alec Lockington kicked wobbly punt over the Ottawa goal Rider halfback Dick Adams took it and tried a lat- eral that was tipped by Tony a offensive end who dived on the ball for Hamilton's last touchdown. an easy way to get six Gabriel said after the game. Both coaches said they were impressed with who could replace veteran Rick Cas- sata as the Ottawa chief signal caller. Prior to the game. Keel- ing had played only one quarter with the Ottawa club. His passing performance was poorer than Ea- ley's. Keeling completed only ssven of 19 for a total of 81 yards. Ealey made 14 of 20 for 161. 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The locals trailed 2-1 after the first period but battled back for a 3-2 lead going into the third. Dale Kiminski led the War- lords' attack with a hat-trick while singles went to Carey Rick Nagy and Randy Charles worth. Taber received a two goal performance from Mike Dor- chal while singles were notch- ed by Ray Journard and Chmielewski. Both the Kenwood pair and the Ingarfield twosome finish- ed with 42. Ingarfield's played in the 13- 14 age group while the Ken- wood's were in the 11-12. In the 10 and under division the winner of the low gross honors was Nobby Tajiri and his son Allan. Second place went to Cliff and Todd Irvine. j Low net was won by Mag and Scott Nelson who finished just j ahead of Bobby Brown and I Kurt Yucytus. i Tajiri and his son shot a 47 while the Nelson's low net I score was 33. In the 11-12 the Kenwood's won the low gross with their 42 one stroke better than Mark and Roy Ully. Low net honors went to Marv Grey and Robert Brown with a 32. Ken and Mike Bright were second at 35 In the 13-14 Ian Schmidt teamed with Dean Kjeldgaard for a 39 to win low gross over the Ingarfield's. Low net went to Tom Boulton and Greg Losh- ney -with a 35. Sab Kami and Mark Shige- after a won low gross in the 15 and over di- vision. Three teams were tied at 46. Ted and Bruce Wilkins won the low net title with a 33. entries for the annual Southern Alberta ama- teur golf tournament will close August 24 or sooner if entries have been filled. The first 160 paid entries will be accepted to the three-day tourney which has a entry fee which includes a cabaret and steak dinner. Contestants will be flighted according to certified handi- caps. A horse race will be staged on the the third day of the Sept. 2 and 3 event. The low 10 gross scores after 36 holes will be eligible for the horse race. Send entries to Earl P.O. Box Lethbridge. There will be no refunds after entry deadline. Wednesday evening at the Lake the annual inter-club stag will be run off. Golfers from the Country Club will meet the Lake golfers in 18 holes of golf with a social evening to follow. The fee for the one day event has been set at Anyone who has not got a gams lined up is asked to call the pro shop at the Lake to ar- range a game. Longhorns planning workouts Lelhbridge Longboms of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. will take to the ice for the first time the week of Aug. 27-31. According to team sraokes- man Stan Maxwell the five-day camp will precede the big camp set for September. will be a pre-training camp he said. The workouts Monday and Wednesday are set for to eight while the other three days will see 6-9 sessions. decided to have them at nights so that fellows that work can still make it to added Maxwell. The camp is open to any boys in southern Alberta in playing junior hockey in Lethbridge this year. Longhorns open the schedule on the road Sept. 30 against the Pass Red Devils. They meet the Devils in their home open- er Oct. 2. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Willie Stargell doesn't plan to watch any television in the early days of October and Cin- cinnati Beds Manager Sparky Anderson doesn't expect him to. It's not that the Pittsburgh Pirates' slugger has anything against TV. It's just 'that Star- geE doesn't like the thought of watching other little men in kni- shirts and caps playing on his screen for big money. year we had the best record in baseball and ended up watching the World Series at Starge'l said after smacking his 34th homer and scoring another run in the Pi- rates 3-2 victory over the Reds. year our record isn't so but maybe we'll be Anderson is more certain. Pirates will be there when it's all he said. Elsewhere in the National League Houston Astros shut out St. Louis Cardinals San Diego Padres nipped New York Mets 3-2 and Los Angeles Dodg- ers stopped Montreal Expos 8-5. going to give it to but I believe we have a good shot down the Stargell said. St. Louis is the only club in the National League East with its head above but is smking fast. The Cardi- nals' eighth straight loss left the Pirates and their 57-58 record just two games back. A GOOD STEP Monday night's victory was a step in- that direction by the Pi- rates as they coo'ed off a hot Cincinnati club that had won five straight. While the rest of the Ameri- can League puzzles over the tantalizingly tight East Division Baltimore manager Earl Weaver has it all doped out. got the best defensive club in the division and the best said Weaver after the Orioles had thumped Rangers 7-4 Monday night. we're starting to hit and the club with the hot bat will take That bit of information should delight Detroit skipper Billy whose Tigers mauled Minnesota Twins for 16 hits and a romp. If hot bats decide this then wrap it up for the who've won four straight games and scored 26 runs over that stretch. Elsewhere in the American League Monday Oakland Athletics trimmed Boston Red Sox New York Yankees shut out California Angels 6-0 and Chicago White Sox downed Milwaukee Brewers 5-2. The Orioles got homers from Merv Retlenmund and Don Baylor. hope the other teams keep thinking we can't hit the said Baylor. guarantee you we're hitting it Baylor had two doubles and a single in addition to his homer. Detroit ran its post-All Star Game record to 17-4 by beating Minnesota to maintain its game lead over the Orioles. Nicklaus not through yet CLEVELAND He said it with a smile and in a normal tone of but some- how it carried an ominous hope to win quite a few more. I'm certainly not done Jack trying to sort out his emotions in the after- math of his record 14th major made it clear he still has golfing worlds Smith bests Murrell in Waterton playoff Ted Smith of Taber always plays well at Waterton Lakes Golf Club. This weekend was no excep- tion for the Taber shotmaker as be won the men's title at the annual Waterton Lakes tour- ney. HARVEST OF VALUES THIS WEEK ONLY CAR TOP CARRIERS SAVE Reg. 6.75 Sale RALLY GUARDS 5 TRUCK SEAT COVERS ORLON PILE JUST ARRIVED CHROME TRIM RINGS RAIN GUAGES AUTO STEREO and SPEAKERS CUSTOM AIR CLEANERS Ail DAY WEDNESDAY OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY 421 5th ST. SOUTH PHONE 327-4951 Smith bested the field of 216 entries but was forced all the way. As a matter of fact he had to go past the final hole to defeat Alex Murrell of Leth- bridge. Murrell and Smith finish- ed the regulation 54 holes with identical scores of 218 and met bead on in a 'playoff which Smith won on the first extra bole. One stroke back of the lead- ers was defending champion Mike Bower of Calgary at 219. Don McKenzie emerged with the spoils in the consolation section of the championship flight. Jean Peake of Lethbridge won the women's title as she won out over Peggy Ehlert of in final of the match play event. Elsie fresh from her victory in the Henderson Lake Women's Classic won the consolation event. MEN Championship flight 1. Ted Smith. Alex 3. t l-CIMUf J. Miko Calgary. Consolation i ihKr- Don Waterton Lake Letnwii First flight 1. Mark McKen7ie. Pincher 2 Ken Pic- lure Putte. Consolation Bob Bab- Lethbridqe. Second flight 1. Dick 2. Richard Vic- consolation Rick Cut- bank. Third flight _ 1. Jim Lenz. 3. Don Lethbridge. Consola- tion Cliff Lethbridge. Fourth flight Harvey Cut- 2. Ken Vauxhall. Con- solation Bernie Lethbrldge. Fifth flight _ i. Monty 2. Wayne Consolation Gerald Taber. Sixth flight i Dick Cal- 5 Jim Reqina. Consola- tion Tflbnr. Uvtnth fllglil 1. Al 2. Gordon Spring Coulee. Con- solation Harry Culbank. Eighth fl-ght 1. Ron 2. Ewalt Magrath. Consolation Jack Helena. Ninth flight 1. Fred Leth- 2. Walt Magrtth. Consolation Eric Spring Cou- lee. Tenlh flight 1. Del Cal- 2. Don Pincher Creek. Consolation Don Caloary. Eleventh flight 1. Al 2. Gary Leth- bridge. Consolation Ron Lethbridge. Twelfth flight 1. Art Leth- 1. Chuck Medicine Hat. Consolation Corby Calgary. Thirteenth flight Sam Pincher 2. Floyd Lethbridge. Consolation Clitf Tho- Lethbridqe. Fourteenth flight 1. Paul 2. Robert Leth- bridge. Consolation Ray Wa- terton Lakes. Fifteenth flight 1. Dave 2. Fred Garner. Calgary. Lethbridge. Sixteenth flight l. Don 2. Ed Leth- bridge. Consolation Scotty Pincher Creek. Seventeenth flight 1- Ken Pincher I. Tom McNjv. Taber. Consolation Bill Henderson Wa- terton Lakes. Eighteenth flight 1. Greg Tho- 2. Les Medi- cine Hat. Consolation Terry Calgary. Nineteenth flight V Bert Telfcrd. Dawson 2 Don Lerhbridge Consolation Tom Har- Calgary Twentieth flight 1. 0. V. Bov.' 2. Rick Pincher olation Guy McNab. thbridqe Twenty first IlisM 1. Roy 2 Marcel Pinch- er Consolation Carl Las Vegas. Lakeside fares well The Lakeside Little League All-Stars travelled south across the border and came home with the consolation trophy in the an- nual Whitefish Invitational Lit- tle League Baseball Tourna- ment on the weekend. The locals picked up three victories in four starts but had to settle with the consolation title. Neil Povey of Lakeside was oustanding in the two-day event and was selected the best catcher for his efforts. He's beaten the record of Jones. He's beaten the record of Hagen. The roster of the major championship winners Jack Nicklaus Bobby Jones Walter Hagen Ben Ho- n Arnold Palmer 8. to conquer. His victory in s i o n a 1 Golfers' the Profes- Association championship broke the late Bobby Jones' record of 13. His win also was the 12th in a major professional champion- ship. It broke the late Walter Hagen's record of 11. Wbat's HAS PLANS have things to prove to said the 33-year-old Nicklaus. Nicklaus built his 14 on this United States British U.S. Ama- 2. For U.S. British British U.S. 5. an never turned pro and thus never played in the PGA. He founded the Masters after his retirement from competition in 1930. There are those who argue that six of Jones' victories came in amateur champion- not now ranked among the majors. Jones was the amateur championships were major tournaments be- cause of the calibre of the play- said Fred head of the International Golf As- sociation. Jack will have no part of comparisons. can't compare stroke average because of the differ- ence in and people and equipment. You certainly can't compare money winnings. That's not only yardstick te the major championships. And even those aren't the same. The com- parison is very difficult to make. Jones retired at 28. If he'd stayed there's no telling how many he would have that's the only record he has to chase. Golf league play results Low Owens 33. Low gross Alex Fraches and Gordon Sugar Beeters tied at 37. Low team net Garry Rob Dick Herb Christie 147. 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