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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LV Can battle bach to earn a victory Argos are quite similar Saskatchewan Roughriders and Toronto Argonauts demon- strated Wednesday night they have many things in common. Both bounced back from shaky beginnings to post vic- tories that left them in first place In their respective divi- Race results EDMONTON Northlands Park results FIRST Vi miles. Silver Falls 3.70 2 April's Best 4.00 Chinos Annie 3 80. 3-5 Suntlme also ran. Track Copper Dan SECOND 7 fur- longs. Gary's Son 380 J 90 Hillside Hero 400 Saw- ridqn Boy 350. Time. 4-5. Snow Fifty Cagey Wandering Dangling also ran. DAILY DOUBLE- 90 THIRD Tfe Go Go Mack 16 JO 4 30 2 My Elation 2 60 2 My Me- teor 250. 1-55. Fafr Easy Go J. B.'s Ky Kelly also ran. 59.30 FOURTH 4-year-olds and 1'i miles Gay Stitch 33 to 1090 Cantlta Rocky 390 Max Wing 4.80. Time. 2.22 2-5. Restless Shy Rush- Tng Heir of Happy Whis- tler also ran. FIFTH 4-year-olds and 7 furlongs Sister City 560 310 Royal Xyst 4.1o Speed's Beauty 4 BO Coal Hills of Rub The My Son also ran S24 40 SIXTH 4-year-clds and Vj miles VO 440 Re- gal Point 1050 Harry Safari 5 50. Time- 1 53 3-5. Royal Pops Grand Strike. Country Campus also ran. SEVENTH 4-year-olds and TB miles Flight Count 1070 570 Rusty Rouser 650 Kool Turk 270 Time. 2-43 3-5 Lunar Prince Of County Tinga Moore- gate also ran. EIGHTH 4-year-olds and J furlongs New Alert 450 380 Burgundy Lass 460 For Rex 550. 35. Duchess Atlantic Day Will Zev Little Gypsy also ran. sions of the Canadian Football League. They also relied on stubborn defensive crews and talented quarterbacks lo do it. The Argos followed Joe Theis- mann to a 24-16 triumph over Edmonton Eskimos in an inter- locking game before fans at while Saskatche- wan used a late field goal by Jack Abendschan to record a 1J-12 victory over Winnipeg Blue Bombeis in a Confeience test watched by 210 at Winnipeg. Saskatchewan moved into sole possession of top spot in the West and the Argos stretched I lieu- first-place margin in the East lo four points. Theismann shook off an early pounding to resm'rect Hie who trailed 10-0 after the first quarter. He threw touch- down passes to Bill Symons and i pleted the Argo scoring with a Peter Midler and handed off to Symons for a two-yard charge that provided Toronto's first touchdown of the season along the ground. Zenon Andrusyshyn corn- leader Quarterback Joe Theismann of Toronto Argonauts with the lior-s share of his team's vic'ory Wednesday night in the ball past a line of flying Eskimo tacklers in the Argos 24-16 win over the Eskimos. From left-to-right are John Lagrone and Ron Forw'ck Puts golf title on the line Thorpe signs with Patriots Mass. Jim former Winnipeg Blue has signed a taxi- squad contract with New Eng- land Patriots of the National Football League. the leading pass re- ceiver in the Western Football Conference while with the Bombers last was cut by Winnipg and the Canadian after being charged witn drug possession. waived through Football League Kenwood faces tough field Al Kenwood of Lelhbridge will put his southern Alberta amateur golf title up for grabs at the Henderson Lake Golf Course on the weekend. The defending champion should have his hands full in the three-day 54-hola medal play event which gets under way ivith 18 holes of qualifying action Saturday and will con- clude with the 10-man horse race Monday afternoon. The total number of confirm- ations for the annual golf clas- sic has reached a maximum 160 entries which includes a solid field of talented local shotmak- ers such as Cliff Murray Mills. Lloyd Doug Brown and Allan along with well-known Calgar- ians Keith Alexander and Norm Gray. Stroh and Alexander should be Kanwood's biggest threats according to their latest per- formances. Defending horse race champ- ion has been carrying around the hot putter of late and walked away with the Al- berta Country and District golf tournsy in end while Calgary last week- Alexander recently competed with Alberta Welling- ton Cup team and had captur- ed the Southern Alberta Chin- YOU A dream holiday to Blue Hawaii Here's From now until sept. nny purchaser of a 1973 brand new or demonstrator model from Betty's will be eligible to win a trip For two to Beautiful Blue Hawaii. Draw will be made 1st. YOU'LL HAVE ONE CHANCE IN 125 TO WIN THIS FABULOUS TRIP A good selection of brand new 1973 models and company owned demonstrators to choose from. We're rolling out the Red Carpet our transportation experts are anxious to deal. Come in now. Deal with Beny's. You'll BENY-fit BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 328-1101 ook Golf Classic earlier in season Any -ay you look at Ken- wood's title is threatened and barring inclement weather the first foursome to lead the pack will tee-off at am. sharp Saturday. SATURDAY 7 30 K G. T. G. Fleming. 7 38 W H. DeGroot. A J Meszaros 7 46 T. T. K. F Umens 7 54 O. J R D Haavarsrud 6 02 G. S. J. Ten- R Fisher 8.10 Mr. Sr H G. T Fukami. I D G J Eisenbarth 8 26 B. J T I. Flaa 8 34 J. W O P. A Oshiro. 8 42 T. Dr S H. F. Mitcnell. 8 50 T N. W. D. Allen. 8-J3 H H. B. T. Hunt. 9-06 N. B. B. Sin- D. Billau 9.14 J. R. M. J Bodnaruk 9 22 J. D. I. G Matkm 9.30 Starter's Time 9 38 V S T. Wll- M. Nelson. 9 46 D. P. R. An- R. Woohscroft. 9-54 B. E. N. E Bakken 10 02 B L C Bow- Mike Sissons 10 10 D D D. J. Kenwcod. 10 18 B. H D B Greenberg. 10 76 W B S Kami. L. Krammer. 10 34 F J B Laz- aruk. D. Gapaldi 10 42 R. R. J. B Kimery 10 B J. R. Gil- R. BrucJiet 10 58 B. E Haug. L. 8. Parsons 11 06 G. J. C. Far- s. SmereK. 11 14 B B C. B. Easthope. 11 22 B. D R J. W. S. Holzman. 11 20 Starter's Time 11 36 K. R. C N Gray 11 46 T. T. L. L Parlos. 11 54 j T. M R Ferguson. 12 02 B E C. B. Dunbar. 12 10 D M. J. G. Laurie. 12-18 G. R. B. T. Boulton. 12 26 B Dr. R Bel- A D Harker 12 34 G. J. R. Forrest. 12 42 A. W. B. Carrier 12 50 E. T. B H. Cox. 12.58 B. G. D. Ness- B. Brown. 1.04 Marv J. G R. Colleaux Ti4 M J J. Stolz. 1 B. F. B G'olia. 1 30 B. J. N Quick ficid goal and three converts. Roy Bell rang up a touchdown on Edmonton's first play from scrimmage and Dave leading scorer in the provided the rest of the points with three field goals and a convert. A 67-yard score on a pass- and-run play involving Rough- rider quarterback Ron Lancas- ter and flanker Rick Eber was a highlight in but Abendschan's kicking was deci- sive. He converted the touch- down and added two field including a decisive 24-yarder. Quarterback Don Jonas ac- counted for all Winnipeg's scor- with field goal and two singles. But he missed twice in the fourth quarter on field goal attempts from 13 and 25 yards out. we're not supposed to said Blue Bomber coach Jim Spavital. played good enough to have beaten any- Lancaster admitted be was impressed with the Winnipeg defence and agreed Saskatche- wan played two points are two ''We were fortunate to said John Saskatchewan head coach. weren't quite ready for this game and the Bombers In John Argo head praised Tbeis- mann. kept coming up with the big play for tune after time after The former Notre Dame star missed one series of plays in he first quarter after Dick Dupuis decked him on a run- ning but he came back to pick apart the Eskimo defence. His key contribution was a 108- yard march that consumed nine jlays in the third quarter and DUt Toronto ahead for good The march started when Gene VTack intercepted a pass by starting Eskimo quarterback Bruce Lemmerman in the shadow of the Edmonton goal- posts and was sparked by a 44- yard completion from Theis- mann to slippery Eric Allen. After Dupuis smashed Theis- mann to the both clubs contributed to growing rough- ness that resulted in 28 penal- 17 against the for a total of 155 yards. Allen and de- fensive back Larry Highbaugh of Edmonton exchanged pleas- antries several times and each was rocked at least once by a punch. iust a couple of highstrung athletes trying to get the job said Rauch. they let things get out I of hand a mom ON TARGET FOR 197S SPORT ANDY CAPP COLEMAN COLLIERIES ALBERTA Vacancies exist in our underground coal mine operation for men seeking long term steady employment. Experience desirable but not neeeitary. Preference to rnar- ricd men due to lack of accomodation for single men. POSITIONS AVAILABLE Laborer per hour Rapid advancement possible to the higher of Supply Car Helper........ per hour Supply Car Driver per hour Shuttle Car Driver............ per hour Face Man................ per hour Miner Operator........ per hour maintenance are avail- Positions in electrical mechanical able at S4.33 lo 54 79 per hour. Colemon Alberta it located in South West 90 miles from Lethbridga in the foothills of the 60 miles from the American Border on Hwy. 3 in the Crows Nest Pass. recreational and medical facilities are establish- ed in the Living accomodation in 14'x68' mobile homes arc available for purchase at considerable savings to new employees with subsidised lot rental. W. McADAM COLEMAN COLLIERIES ALBERTA 562-2841 SASKATCHEWAN 13 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net o'fence Passes made tried Interceptions Punts-average Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards WINNIPEG 12 SASK WPG B 22 93 111 128 221 9 19 3 1033 00 7-79 TORONTO 34 EDMONTON 14 TOR First downs 21 Yards rushing....... 174 Yards passing 279 Net offence 453 Passes made-tried 15 26 Interceptions 4-16 Punts-average........ 9-163 Furrvbles-lost 2-2 Penalties-yards 17103 'E HATES IS BE MISTAKEN FOR A MAN ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCOR A1VL NATIONAL LEAGUE St Lous Pittsburgh Chicago Moi'rcDl New Yc-k Philaaelphia Los Angeles Cincinnati San Francisco Houston Atlanta San Diego EAST W L 67 65 t3 a5 it 67 i2 a 61 70 61 71 WEST 51 79 55 73 58 68 67 64 70 48 84 Pet. 503 4E9 '73 442 617 .590 557 J7B 364 GBL AMERICAN I Baltimore Eoslcn Ycrk Mrlvaur-ee Cleveland Oakland Kansas City California Chicago Minnesota Texas LEAGUE East W 76 72 71 63 63 55 West Pet. 539 550 534 5D7 .485 .414 .591 .556 477 .474 .473 151 GBL 5 7 10Va 23 15 15Vi 31 300 403 2043 2 640 1-1 3-20 EDM I 19 147 228 370 P-34 1-2 S-459 0-0 TODAY'S GAMES New York Sesver at St Louis Cleveland Montreal Renko at Philadel- phia Canton Houston Richard at Los An- geles Sutton WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco 000 111 10 Philadelphia 100 CM 1 6 1 Bradley and Brett Diorlo and Boane. HR. San Los Angeles 300 020 5 Montreal 000 9 0 Brewer and Fergu- McAnally Walker and Stmson HR Mtl-Bailey Chicago 030 010 4 10 1 Atlanta 020 210 7 10 I Burns Aker LaRoche and House Neioeuer Ham son and HRs Atl-Johnssn St. Louis 000 000 250 Houston Oil ODO 3 10 1 Segul and Rob- erts and Edwards. Hous- Pittsburgh 000 340 Cincinnati WO 110 li 2 Bnles Walker Lamb Hernandez Billmgham and Bench HRs Durham loses fight PHILADELPHIA Famed boring manager Yancey whose fighters included former heavyweight champion Joe light- heavyweight champ Bob Foster and middleweight contender Willie died here today following a stroke. The 52-year-old moulder of ring champions died at with his family and Frazier present in the said Bob a spokesman for Temple University Hospital. was in a coma since being Holland said. Durham was admitted to the hospital after being felled at his home early Tuesday. H i s doctors immediately called his condition critical and continued to report that he was deteriorating to severe brain Durham launched his career with the Police Athletic League where he first met Fra- then a chubby youngster. Durham guided Frazier from the gyms of Philadelphia to the heavyweight championship. Frazier had never lost a profes- sional bout until George Fore- man took the title in 1973 LEAGUE LEADERS Cm T. Cm Hcu Hou Chi SF Garr. Atl SF SF AB R H Pet. 559 57 193 3-15 469 58 147 .313 5P5 E5 158 .313 68 131 .310 i'S 73 128 309 46o 58 144 309 392 61 120 306 81 173 305 37 166 302 57 130 302 28J 131 Home Runs Baited Cincin- Pitching decisions Los New San Fran- LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Win 80 171 .353 Det 3M 37 108 .323 NY SIS 69141 .313 .....SI2 80 159 .311 NY.....429 69 132 .308 Scott. Mil .....4SO 79 14S .302 Bal u .301 KC S04 82 151 .300 Bos 471 i7 141 .299 Oak 4fl 95 144 .299 Home Kansas Kansas Runs Bstted In- Maycerry Pitching Decisions- New TODAY'S GAMES Mmnesola Blyleven at Texas Bibby Boston Tiant at Milwaukee Slayton Cleveland Perry et Detroit Coleman WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Kansas Clly 110 000 350 Cleveland OCO O'O 293 Bird and Taylcr Tidrow and Dun- cen. Milwaukee 022 ISO 9 11 0 Chicago OCO 010 081 Colborn and E Bahnsen Johnson Fisher and Varney HRs- May Colucclo 'ID. Texas 100 000 1 4 0 Baltimore 300 001 9 0 Durham Paul Gogclewski Allen and Alexander and Hendncks Boston 320 000 II 0 Oakland 000 001 4 1 Lee Bolm and Blue Pma Lmdblad Knowles and Fosse. HR- San Diego 000 COO 080 New York OCO 030 3 8 B Trc-edson Corkins and Ken- Kcosman Capra and Grote 0 Minnesota 103 010 S 11 4 Detrot 520111 13 1 Corbm Hands and MIttcrv.ald Perry Hiller snd Sims Lis New York 000 000 0 1 1 Cal forma 001 000 40X 1 M e d I c h McDaniel and Ryan and Torbcrr CANADIAN FOOTBALL WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A PIS. 4 1 0 106 69 B 3 2 0 94 83 6 3 2 0 84 91 6 2 3 0 54 87 4 1 S 0 95 104 2 Sask Edmonton B C. Calgary Winnipeg LEADERS E W B.C. C S s TD 0 2 a s 0 3 3 F 12 4 6 0 6 0 0 i PIS 3 46 3 36 3 32 0 30 2 24 0 18 0 18 EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T f A PtS. Toronto 4 1 0 94 90 8 Hamilton 2 2 0 84 4 Montreal 2 2 0 63 85 4 Ottawa 1 -4 0 73 90 2 THE LEADERS- o T H M I M 1 Alien T TD C FG S Pis 0 5 12 0 41 0 8 6 9 35 0 9 7 2 32 4 0 0 0 2J 0 1 20 T 0 0 18 9 9 12 SEIBERL G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES 26 .95 Each ELRICH TIRE LTD. FIRESTONE COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 403 1st South Phono 337-6886 or 337-4445 ;