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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IFTHBRIDCE HEHAID MonJtw, HO, 1771 Asliton outshines McQuay New-look Lions belt Argos THEISMANN TAKES LOSS Toronlo Argonouls' star rookie quarterback Joe Theismann (7) is dumped for a loss by B.C. Lions' defensive end GarreU Hunsberger (64) wjth Garry Robinson (67) close behind. Toronto's Charlie Bray (57) stands behind. The Lions upset the Argos 27- 24 Sunday afternoon. Records made to be broken Aaron keeps on hammering Aaron also pitched a double, keying a two-run sixlh inning, 'Hie lilt gave the Atlanta slugger Hy THE ASSOCIATED PIILSS II was lhe lllh season he has Records were mcanl lo be cnne over the cenUiry mark For broken and il appears ll.ink liBI, snappinR a lie wilh Ktan Aaron inlpnl on breaking Musia] and Willie Mnys for Ihe putting him into quile a few Itoforc lie's thrauph. VaUonal Leagi'c record. He is place on the all-time Jiit JLsl And Aaron, after leading At-' two shy of the major league placing Xap Ixijoie. lanta Braves to a 5-1 National League victory over Chicago Cubs Sunday, is far from through. The rugged right fielder, now 37. drilled his 39th homo run of the season and No. 631 for his 13-year major league career. The homer, off Juan Pizarro. B two-run shot, also gave him 100 runs batted in for the year. mark of 13 held jointly by Babe' In other Sunday games. Pills- nudgcd Cincinnati Reds 4-3 in H innings. San Francisco Giants ripped Philadelphia Phillies n-3, New York Mcls trimmed Los Angc-lcs Dodgers 4-3 and Mont- real and San Diego Padres split, the winning 0-1, liefore Ruth. Jimmy and Lou burgh Pirates topped Houston I dropping the nightcap, 13-3. Gehrig. i Astros 5-2, St. Louis Cardinals Xcw York tripped Los Ange- les twice Saturday. 9-2 and 2-1, while Atlanta nipped Chicago, St, Louis blanked Cincinnati 4-0, Houston stopped Pittsburgh 4-0, nnri San Francisco split a doub- lehcadcr wilh Philadelphia, win- ning 5-2 before dropping the sec- ond 7-3. San Diego at Montreal uas postponed by rain. Wayne Bailey Smeed tops at Biiriiabv ition Speedway Sunday i IT i I Bailey added Ihrcc trophi. ook the two n EUBN'ABY, B.C. ers from Alberta took top spots in lhe National .Master five-pin bowling championships Saturday. Jack Smeed of Lethbridge, won the match-play competition in the men's event, while garet Henderson of Calgary- topped the women. Pagniello of Scar- borough, Qnt., was runner-up to Smeed, followed by Doug John- Wayne Bailey in car five v unbeatable as he rruised to five V .Sporlsjuan races at the Lcthbridge nigh'i. VANCOUVER (Cl'i To- ronto Argonauts lost (heir four- Biimo fumble-free record in the Canadian Football League Sin- day (is firilish Columbia Lions turned one nf the errors into a touchdown that sparked a 27-2-1 vit-tory. undefeated in four games had not fumbled once, but thai siring was broken on their first play of the game. Rookie Leon McQuay lost the ball but lhe Argos recovered nnd went on lo a 10-0 first- quarter lead. The second Toronlo fumble was the big one for E.G. as Argo Peler Paqueltc, allempt- ing to return a wide field-goal altempt by Ken Phillips, losl the ball on his own three-yard line early in the second quarter. Lions' centre Bob Howes grabbed it and barged into the cud zone for touchdown. Phil- lips converted lo make Lhe score 10-7. Howes, whose three years as a Lion make him a veteran on the young club, said il was his first touchdown since high school. LIONS DON'T FUSIBLE The Lions, plagued by fum- bles in a 32-1 loss last Tuesday to unbeaten Calgary Stamped- crs, didn't cough up the ball once. Halfback Josh Ashlon, Ihe vic- tim of a number of fumbles in earlier games, Sunday carried the ball only three times, but his 54-yard touchdown run in Ihe third quarter put B.C. ahead to stay. A s h t o n also caught four passes for 50 yards, two of Lhem dunng a 46-yard drive that led lo a one-yard touchdown plunge by quarterback Paul Brothers in the fourth quarter. Phillips scored flirree points by c o n v e r t i n g the touchdowns while Ted Gerela, restricted to long field-goal attempts, scored from 42 and 48 yards out. Lions' coaeh Eagle Keys said after the game: "You build your offence around the offen- sive line. If there's no blocking, there's no offence. Today we got blocking." The crowd of saw To- ronto quarterback Joe Theis- mann throw two touchdown passes, 20-yards lo Bill Symons and 13-yards to Tony Moro. Ion eight for 11. Each had one intercepted. Rrollicrs went all the way for D.C completing 13 of 22 pass attempts, lie also had one inter- ception. Lions' flanker Larry lligh- liaiiRh got oil yards en three passes and raid Dave Denny took Ihrcc for 34 yards. Mel Profit caught five passes totalling 108 yards for Toronto while Mike Kben caught tlu-ce for 50. McQuay covered 33 Football roundup WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Cilgirf JO D.C........ 33 Sask. 3 -I Winnipeg 1 5 Edmonlon 1 5 LEADERS. Pi! 0 129 11 10 0 97 107 t 0 1.12 160 6 0 187 I9B i 0 79 1JO 2 Lee raced home firsl in Lwo heat dashes while Mayncs cap- lurcrl the sliced dash Irophy; and a heal dash. In "B" claw racing carted I home a speed dash trophy j lo his collection, winning Ihe along with a "B" .Main trophy! dash event and both lhe! for efforts last niphi. Earl Williams also homered i Harry Abofs had a three-yard touchdown ran and Ivan Mac- Millan kicked three converts also Millie Evans of Toronto tin- lhe ished second in the women's I lion Lcc nf Dutdie V-.1 Main races run-off. He con- i Ron Boycc in car one tinucd to dazzle Ihe crowd and did not leave unnoticed as he captured both the heat races captured the other "B" Main to his winning siredk. Meanwhile, in "C'' class coin-1 Jack Roberts and Lindy petition Gene Dick earned three Snu'lh rnuncled out the "B" victories in seven starts to lead i winners each winning his class for the evening. a heat dash race. Dick picked up Ihe hardware Peter Jahn led lhe Claimer in hotli the "C" Main events j elass section last night winning grabbed a heat dash along j two of three events. The other 1 victory went lo G. Anderson. In point standings Dick pick- ed up 31'.i points after last and flnn matches. Ruhie Mile of Buma- Hayncs of were by, B.C. was third and Jennie Irving of Saskatoon, fourth. i races apiece next in line each winning I wo "'Rht's affair Bojco cam- ed 21'i for his efforts. Bailey led the V-8 racers with 27'i points while Ed Miller and .lahn lopped all Claimers witli 11 apiece. Second ace recorded James Convey of Lelhbridgc carlcd a hole-in-cne and be- came the second shot-maker to do so in as many weeks. Bill Ponech Sr" of Lethbridpc got the ace August 18, while Convey dunked his Thursday. i Beth aces were scored on the eighth hole at the Henderson Lake golf course. Convey used a seven iron tn rlo the trick while playing with Henry Schwarz and Joh Ghcrt, o! for AUanta. His 23th of the sea- son, following Aaron's shot in the first inning, gave the Braves a .1-0 margin. Aaron, whose home run oul- put leaves him only 14 Ijehind Mays in career totals, thuiks that the San Francisco star and himself arc the only ones with a shot at li.'.bc Rulh''s record 714. "I'd Mire like lo get said Aaron in the dressing room. "It's the most prestigious of all records. R has stood for a long Lime and 1 Lhink Ibal only Willie and myself have a shot, at it." The Pirates maintained llieir five game edge over St. Louis as Dave Giusti gained his 27th save of tfie year, saving the tory for Bob Johnson. The red-hot Cards eked out their triumph when reliever Clay Carroll walked Ted Sizc- with the bases full and two out in the llth inning. Bobby Bonds drove a three- run homer and Juan Marichal scalic'red eight krits as San Francisco ripped the Phillies, increasing its West lead to games over Ihe staggering I) o d g c r s Tommie Agee's run-scoring single in the ninth inpjng gave the Mels a sweep of Lhe Dodgers three-game series. and a field goal. ARGOS LEAD AT HALF Toronto held a 17-10 advan- tage at naif time, but B.C. moved ahead 20-17 in the third quarter, matching touchdowns with (lie Argos in the final quarter to win. The victory gave the Lions a record of three wins and three losses and moved them into a second-place tie in lhe Western Conference with Saskatchewan Roughriders, who have three wins and four losses. Toronto remains atop the EFC standings, four points ahead of Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Ottawa Rough Riders. Argonaut quarterbacks Tbeis- mann and Greg Barton threw 29 passes and completed 17. Theis- mann was nine for 18 and Bar- Laver snaps long slump HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S C. (AP; Left-handed Rod Laver. snapping back from a slump ot recent months, defealed Wim- r bleton champion John New- It was also new York's fourth i combe Saturday 8-6, (M for the 515.000 first prize ui the uiaugu- conscculire lhe first time they have won that many in a nnv since June 215. Lee. Ollie Brown and Ivan Hun-oil each slammed ho- rners as the Padres took the nightcap after dropping the opener lo Er-iie JIcAually. It was McAnally's fourth straight victory as the right-bander im- proved his record lo 7-9. Rusly Staub had solo homers in each j panic for the ral Sea Pines Plantation tourna- ment of tennis champions. Arthur Ashe w-as extended to a tic-breaker in his match with Tom Okker of The Netherlands before winning G-.1, 3-6. 7-6. Lavcr didn't miss a return shot and was strong with his ground strokes lo top New- combe. 1-Ie broke Ncwcombe's serves in the si.xlh and eighth games of Lhe first set. Jonas, W Reed, S Robinson, C McKinnis, C Abendschan, J Phillips. BC Culler, E Larose, W Herron, W ird, E TD C FG S P yards on carries. Symons or bruises were reported hy ei- nishcd 54 yards on seven car-' McQuay was limping in Ihe final quarter hill Argo liead coach Cahill said Sunday night in To- ronto plays the spmlsiei- stuljliud his toe on something." Cahill saiii McQuay was okay in the dressing room and would he working out today. No inju- ries more serious than bumps (her (cam. Tin; offensive blocking that pleased Keys gave liis team the edge in rushing statistics with 243 yards lo the Argos 177. Jim Evenson had Ii7 yards on IB car- ries lo lead B.C. on the ground. In Hie air, Toronto was ahead in yardage 3011 to ICC, giving the Argonauts net offence of 485 yards compared Lo the Lions' 415. Toronto also led in first downs, 21 to 21. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Pittsburgh SI. Louis Chicago W L Pel GBL 25 I loun EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Pis. 0 173 106 8 0 55 K 4 (1 AS -U A 0 124 134 4 McQuay, T V.acMillan, T Organ, 0 Oldham, 0 Coffcy, H Cooper, 0 Symons, T ,pr, T Wond, 0 Pivec. 0 Van O TD C FG S 6000 on 0 II 3 7 .4000 1 5 3 0 2D 3 0 0 0 IS 1 0 0 0 12 2 0 0 0 13 3 0 0 0 12 J 0 0 0 17 0 0 U BRITISH COLUMBIA 77 TORONTO U TOR. B.C. st downs 7i 71 Yards rushinp passing .Hence is made-tried Interceptions yards Punfs-Avq Fumbles-losl Penalties-yds 3CS -185 17-79 8-rtO 7-B4 Weaver match champ PLNEIIUTCT, N.C. (AP) "Now I feel like J can find out ju.st Jiou' good I DeW-U Weaver said. "Winning this one. well, il puls me on a level wilh all t.he other players who have won tournaments and gives me a chance to find out just how good I can Weaver, 31. scored his first professional win by a six-stroke margin over Pliil Roilgers Sun- day in their hoad-to-hcad con- frontation for the S35.000 first prize in the professional match play championship. Weaver had a final round 71, one under par, in the unique event Lliat features head-lo-head play wilh scoring based on lolal strokes over 18 holes. Rodgcrs had a 77, five-over par on Lhe yard Country Club of North Carolina course. Rodgers defeated Toronto's George Kmidsnn 70-73 in a quarter-final match Saturday. The victory pushed Weaver's lo for Ihe year, compared ivith a little over last season, his best pre- vious year. Rodgers picked up for second and said he was headed for rest and possibly some minor eye surgery. Ken Still beat Australian Rrucc 74-76 in the match for tliird place. San Franclsc Los Angeles n 69 70 .5BS .5-19 67 .511 AMERICAN LEAGUE EaH Ballimt Delrcil Boston New "i Washinqi Ce- W L PC) GDL El 47 6.33 71 40 .512 11 All Cincinnati 69 .-'8? Houslrjn 41 69 .-181 13'' San Diego 50 B3 .376 37V: TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia Short (7-14) at Pilt5- I burgh Briles (5-3) N I Monlreal Renko (12-13) fll Chicago j Hands (10-15) N New Koosman (5-8) at SI. Louis Carllon (17-7) N Acosta (1-0) and Kirby (12-10) at Cincinnati McGlolhlln (7-10) and Grimsloy (9-5) or Cloninger Twi'N Los Angeles Downing (15-fl) a! Hous- ton Forsch (7-6) N Only games scheduled SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST San Diego ooo 001 3 3 Monlreal oso MI n o Roberts (ll-H) Severinsen Phoe- bus (3) KeNey (6) and Barlon; Mc- Anally (7-9) end Baleman. HR: Slflub (13J. SECOND San Diego CM 401 15 1 Montreal ooo no 3 7 2 ArMn (B 16) and Kendall; Stoneman 1.1-13) Reed (J) Raymond 4) Brill on (5 McGinn (9) and Baleman, Bocca bella (9) HRs: SD Brown (9) Murrell (7) Mtl-Slaub Los Angelei 301 DQQ 3 i 1 New York B 1 Singer (7 16) and Ferguson; Sadec- fci, McGraw (10-1 B) and Grote HRS; (71. Sin Francisco 111 R B 1 Philadelphia 000 003 3 7 1 Mnrichnl (14-9) and Dieli Reynolds 4-i) Champion (3) Brandon (5) Bun i ninq (7) and AlcCarver. HRs: 5F- Bands Phi-Lis I Pittsburgh 010 101 5 13 0 Houston .....OM 570 Jchnson '9 5) Giusli (E) end San- j QuiMcn; Bldslngarre (9-10) Rny 7) Culver 9 and Edwards. I flllanla 300 007 580 Chicago 00" 4130, KHlry, Barber 41 U pshaw P) Nnsh B) nnd E. Williams; Pizarro i-3 DccKrr (6) Newman (6) Bnnham (6) Reqnn (7) Tornokins (9) and Mar-! tin. HRS, All-H. Aeron (39) E. Wil- SATU Mams Chi-HlcKamn IB) AA-nnr Cincinnati 300 000 000 II 1 51. Louis 000 110 001 1? D Gullcn, Granoer (55) (10) Gihbcn (11) Carroll (11) nnd Bench; Cleve- land. Snnlorlm (D) Taytor 1C) Shaw (5-111 (It) end McfVcrfncy. HR: LEAGUE BrocK i ind Oakland Kansfls Cily Chicago Calilornia Minnesota Mllvjaukce TODAY'S GAMES 56 75 .All 39 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Minnesola (MO Oil i t 0 Cleveland ODO 003 DD2- S 12 0 Perry (15-1-1) Haydel 9) and Mllter- walcl. 11-12) Hargan 2) Hcnnigan (6) and Fosse. HRs: Win- Reese Cle-Pinson (10) Boslon 000 000 1 1 California 101 000 ISO Lonborg (7-6) Lv 16) and Moil- Mjy Allen (B) end Slcphenson TIRST Washington 0011 010 "02- 3 3 Oakland 3D) CO] d 7 0 Rroterg (5-5) Grienda and Ca'.ft- nova, Blun 7) and Duncan. (7) Cullen Oak- Jackson SECOND Washington 000 000 0 T 1 Oakland 000 023 9 N 1 McLnin (9-17) Llndblad (6) Pina 14) Pina (B) Riddlcberger (6) and Bill- ings; Hunler (1711) and Tenace. FIRST Milwaukee 010 OM 2 fl Ballimore 100 100 360 Parsons, Weavur (7) Morris (2-1) (B) and Roilritiuei (Dolison (17-6) and Hendritks HRs; Ball-B. Rnbinson (U) Blair SECOND Milwaukee 201 001 00n_ a 7 BfllNmore 000 000 1 J 2 Blalon (7 i) Sanders (9) and Pal- lid; Lrjonhard 12-1) Jackson (6) Rich- er! (61 and Dalryrnp'P. Mrs; Mil Mau Bal-Buford Chitaqo 400 020 i 15 1 Delroil .000 110 1 t 0 Wocd flfi-10) and Herr.-nann; l.olirli (21-10) Whillcck (6) Timmprman [91 and (rpehan. HRi (12) Rrcwn New York (9) Ko'i U) T. V.'ritjhl 16) May. HRi: 001 Oi'i 1J 1 CPMCO 3 ?1 0 (1-1 (5) sntl (15 B) 0ns (7) (8) Blombrrg (7) WashingloT 6 Mew York 3 Chicaqo 4 De .1, 3 Drltimcrc .nlifrr.Ta 6 Oakland 10 SATURDAY San Fiancisto 5, 3 Philadelphia 3, 7 Cincinnati 0 Louis i PiMsburah 0 Mouslon 4 LP5 Angeles 2, I New Yorf. 9. 7 Allan's J Chicago 3 San Dioqo at Morireal, LEAGUE LEADERS Chi Pgh H. Aa illcn, Pqh ron, AH BREAKS RECORD HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Thiiiecn-year-old CaLliy Calhoun sol a world record in the women's freestyle and Mark Spitz won his fourth title Saturday night in the finals of the National Amateur Allilet- ics Union swimming champion- ships. Chl V; Davis, LA Home runs: StBrgi H. Aaron, 09. Runs batted In: Slargcll, 111; Torre, 112; li. Aaron, 100. Pitching 13 decisions: Gullcff, Cin- cinnati, 14-5, 737; Ellis, Pillsburgh, 16-7, .720. 19 14 20 Washing Minnesola 76 Pillsburgh 21 Clncinnall 22 51. Louis 51 Oakland 17 Green Bay 13 Miami !S Detroit San Dirgn 22 New Orleans 7 San Francisco 33 Denver 17 Can't ivin ivil.li four-kit p.SSitrlfi BESIYIART-BUYM! Honda is having ihu biggest year in hisloiy. Each model in tha line is hot! Never before have there been si.'r.li bargains in prices and in qualily. It was impossible lo meet the demand. Looking ahead, it snems inevitable will up. by not very much. But itr.rjtild be 'I v. prorrii-.n you: Rirjht new your doalrr is olterinn Ir-e best deals ever on the best Hondas ever. "I, ilk lo him, list dnvr: a :M t-nayl wns you'll never Dislribulcd by: G.V-. Honda, Vf. C'J 6old and serviced Ly LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1307 3rd Avc. S. Phono 327-8889 OPEN FRIDAYS TO 9 P.M. I'.y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Vida Blue found he couldn't win v. ilh a couple of ncar-flaw- le.ss I'our-hiUcrs. So he offered a .-ihaky si.v-liit performance and tinallv fimnd elusive No. 4-3 civer Washington Senators. Tim Oakland Athletics left- l-.-imlr-r, 73 m c r i c a n fi iiunphs already under belt, uas .sluioling for a :ir> season lioforc being am- bi.'.shrd by Boslon Red Sox and Now York Yankees. (Jary I'ctcrs .Mid flic lltri Sox nipped him 10 on Aug. a) and Mel filouiemjrc and lhe Yan- kervs duplicaied the feat four lalor, .saddlini! him wilh -ixlh and seventh IJluc (diind the winning groove again Sunday even though Washington clipped him for six hits, including two home runs. But Blue held on for the Ath- letics in Ihe game of tlicir doublclicadrr and llwy made it a pair with a romp as Jim (Catfish) llunlcr tossed a .seven-hitler tor his 17th vic- tory and Denny McLam ab- sorbed his IVIh loss. The r.wcep padded Oakland's We.sl. Division lead over Kansas i.'ily linyajs lo Ifi game.s. In oilier American League ac- tion, Chicago Sox Detroit Tigers li 2, New York ankei .s [KKindcd Kansas Cily 10 3, Minnesota Twins edged Cleveland Indians 6-5, Balli- raore Orioles split a riouhlc- header Milwaukee, winning 32 Oien losing 'l-l to lhe Brew- ers, and, in a Wesl Coast twi- light game, California Anficls defealed Boston 2 I. In Saturday's action, Cleve- land o( gcd Minnesota 0-3, De- lroil tripped Chicago 5-1, Oak- j lira! nuuiluggcd Washington 10- fi, Italliinore downed Milwaukee 0-1 before dropping a ,1-0 score j in the second came, Kansas Cily defeated New Y'ork Boston dropped California li-2. Dcspile slriking out 10 Sena- I tore lo Ixxist his major league- I loading toliil lo 27-1 and gener- ally staying out of IrorMc, Bine Mill uasn't plra-.cd. i "I'm not safislicd nilh Lhe way I ho raid. "I 23rd eoiildn'L gel my fast ball where f wanted It so f slarted Ihrow- ing lhe curve." j H was Dave Duncan's nm- single in Llic sixth that gai'e lilue (lie winninfi edge. In UK nightcap, Oakland prmndcd Mcl.ain and three TC- I lievers for 11 hils, tliree of them l hy Angel Mangual. Veteran Wilbur Wood, a knuc- kleballing reliever until this sea- son, scattered four hiLs as ly went the distance for flie lime this season lo pick up vic- tory No. in. The While Sox ponncrd o n Mickey Lolich, Detroit's 21- game lunnrr, for fuur ruas in Ihe lir.sl, capped by Mike An- I drars' thrcc-mn Immci. BIG! SMOOTH! QUIET! NEW 6 and 8 INCH PROPELLER SHAFT AUGERS Availabli in 6 in. dia., 38 ft. length 8 in. dia., and 70 It. length! DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, MAVRATH AUGERS MOVE IT fASTER AND EASIER. COMPTON. ll-UNOIl YOUR ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR ELRICH TIRE LTD TIRE -SWK 401 lit AVI. South Phene or 317-4445 ;