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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOGE August Travelling to Eastern Canada Book now on the 8 to 30 day excursion (Effective Oct 1} and Save ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mill Phone 328-8184 Ontario in driver's seat, Victoria must win twice VICTORIA (CP) Ontario and British Columbia the pre- tournament favorites meet todav for the Canadian men s sottball championship Both clubs have been beaten once in leading up to the final and the Osnawa Tonys have to be beaten twice more before could lose the title won tor their province last bv Richmond Hill Dvnes Tonvs who have won seven games since thev were upset 1 0 bv Yukon Sunday morning in the tournament s first game ended the B C un- beaten streak at six games Friday bv scoring a 1 0 win in a 12-mning thriller It was the second game of a three game dav which started with Nova Scotia eliminating Saskatchewan 4-2 in the losers bracket of the four- team double-knockout series which followed the 12 team round robin qualifier in the morning game kept Nova Scotia alive until the evening but V ictona Bate Construction representing B C tor the fourth successive vear ousted the Nova Scotians b-0 to earn another chance at Ontario West football scene active THE CANADIAN PRESS hen four clubs m the West ern Football Conference tangle Mondav afternoon there 11 be more than the usual amount of attention focused on the men who shout tne audibles but don t alwavs call the signals Winnipeg Blue Bombers meet Saskatchewan Roughnders in Regina s Tavlor field and fans will be watching closelv to see how mdPv of the plavs quarter back Don Jonas is allowed to t all tor himself In the Bombers last outing a n 50 win over Calgarv Stampeders Jonas didn t have to take anv hand signalled dictation during the second halt from offensive line coach Joe Faragalh The outcome left Jonas jubi- lant Do vou think I m No 1 now the veteran quarter back asked with a grin as he left the field to cheers from the tans in mnipeg stadium Edmonton Eskimos who travel to McMahon Stadium tor their game with Calgarv Stampeders are trying to de cide whether to start Bruce Lemmerman who threw two interceptions in a short relief stint in the Eskimos last game or Tom Wilkinson who has been bothered by a neck injuiv The Roughnders are look- ing for at least a tie that would break their current deadlock tor first place with British Columbia Lions Both clubs have eight points followed by Kdmonton with six Winnipeg with tour and Calgarv with two Saskatchewan head coach John Pavne rebuffs any suggestions that Ron Lan- caster the 35-year-old quarterback who holds five Canadian Football League passing records has not been having a good year And he savs it was apparent to him that in Winnipeg s vie torv over Calgary Jonas was calling his own plavs in the second practice with which Pavne that as a result Jonas had his best game of the vear Pavne said he doesn t believe plavs should be called from the bench unless the quarterback is a rookie I think it s better tor a veteran to call his own plavs It s dif- ficult to get the feel of the game from the bench The Roughnders giving a five-day trial to Alvin Bovvers a 200 pound running back from Texas A and M and mdv start the hard blocking Marion Latimore on the offen- sive line probably as a guard It is uncertain whether tight end Ldwne Skolrood who has a pinched nerve in his neck is readv to come oft Saskatchewan s injured list The Bombers will have Tommv Pharr in the lineup in place of defensive back Pete Hibbins who has been sidehn ed for the rest of the season with a shoulder separation U Calgarv both teams will be hoping for imptovements in the place-kicking department The usuallv-reliable Dave Cutler has connected on 10 of 29 field goal tries this season below the 12 for 20 standard he achieved at this time last vear and the Eskimo fans have been getting on his back The Stampeders are un happv with the place kicking of Larrv Robinson and plan to take a second look at Cvril McFall a 21-vear-old soccer style kicker who was cut bv Calgarv after a iive-dav trial earlier this season McFall who came to Canada four vears ago from Ireland and had a good booting record with Winnipeg Hawkeves of the Manitoba Saskatchewan Junior Football League will fit a roster spot opened 10 davs ago when Joe injured his knee in a game against Saskatchewan NOTICE THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE CANADA GAMES SPORTSPLEX REQUEST AP- PLICATIONS FROM INTERESTED GIRLS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 15 YEARS AND 19 YEARS TO SERVE IN THE CAPACITY OF "VOLUNTEER USHERETTES" AP- PLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY SEPTEMBER 8th, 1974 AND SUBMITTED JO. Mrs. Marilyn Snedden, 328 Rideau Court, Lethbridge, Alberta, Telephone: 328-8087. The Ontano-B C game was easilv the highlight of Friday s olay Ontario got superlative pitching from Pete Landers who had a no- hitter for 8 2-3 innings, and B C countered w ith a spec- tacular defensive per- formance which kept things even until the fifth extra in- ning Landers a hard-throwing lefthander wound up with a ITstnkeout two-hitter, and be- came a winner for a third time when the Victoria defence finally slipped The slip came when short- stop Rob Holness had his feet go out from under him as he tried to reverse direction and get to a pop bunt The ball fell untouched on the foul line and Bob Young who had led off with a single and moved up on a base on balls and an outfield llv romped in from third base Clav Allmotte who had taken over from Dave Ruthowskv at the start of the llth inning was the losing pitcher But the Victoria lefthander made amends in the evening game as he over- powered Nova Scotia He struck out eight didn t issue a base on balls and didn t per- mit more than one base runner in anv inning until the last when Nova Scotia got two of its four hits A tour run outburst in the fourth inning built on a double Bob Burrows singles by Ken Bate Reg Underwood Lvall Cornett and Allmotte and two errors destroyed Nova Scotia hopes Garv but it was his second game of the dav Whittier also a left- hander pitched a steadv game in the morning to get his club past Saskatchewan He allow ed seven hits and his team- mates made three errors but he was tough in the clutch situations and had a 4 0 lead when he weakened momen tartly in the sixth inning to allow two runs Rugbyfest under way Plenty of rugby action is planned for this weekend at the Civic Centre Lethbridge Miners will play host to six visiting sides in their annual Rugbyfest Play got under way this afternoon at one and games will con- tinue this afternoon Action in the two-day event concludes with semi-finals and finals Sunday commenc- ing at noon Teams here for the weekend includes two from Calgary a like number from Edmonton and American sides one each from Park Citv Utah and Missoula Mont The Herald Sports victory Teammates mob lefthander Pete Landers after he helped Ontario blank B C 1-0 in Canadian men s fastball finals Race results EDMONTON (CP) Race results from Northlands Park Friday FIRST 51 500 claiming 3 year olds 6 furlo igs Thru The Mirror (Giebbrecht) 9 60 4 80 2 50 Count D Amour (Stadnyk) 400 270 R bot Hash (Hendrcks) 250 Time 1 06 1 5 High Cutter Lustrous Court Circle For Peace Hasty Hostees also ran SECOND 500 claiming 3 year olds 6 furlongs Midnight Wind (Niblett) 7 70 4 40 3 20 El Luanne (Hedge) 4 90 3 60 Royal Handful (Barroby) 3 20 Time 1 13 Eager Alder Alaskan Brown Red Lasso Broken Mona Sundre San1 Win Garudi also ran DAILY DOUBLE 10 THIRD 52 000 claiming 3 year olds 1 miles Whistling Willie (Parsons) 24 50 1170 570 Aldench (Barroby) 450 3 50 Merry s Hi C (Hedge) 3 00 Time 1 47 Atrolife Willy Desperado Sheba s Echo Regal Sp rit Loreen Girl Blessed Return Rae s Auction also ran OUINELLA FOURTH 600 claiming 4 year olds ind up 6 furlongs Jake The Rake (hendncks) 11 40 5 00 4 60 Pleiades Fortune (Hedge) 610 4 20 Mister Bewitched (Pearson) 8 60 Time 1 12 Winter Field Winarica Khamite Beau Arctic Tally Boy Carbon County Destiny s Favour also ran FIFTH Si 600 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 lurlongs Undergroond (Sorenson) 5 50 3 90 400 Dondolbar (Ollive) 500 410 Quiliation (Kipling) 620 T me Ref critic fined TORONTO (CP) Dick Zornes assistant coach ot British Columbia Lions has been fined for his public criticism of a Canadian Foot ball League official following a game at Vancouver on Aug 22 with Ottawa Rough Riders The tine levied by CFL commissioner Jake Gaudaur was announced Fndav Following his published re marks about the game of ticial Zornes was quoted as saving I don t care what happens I 11 pav a fine if I have to Riders won the defensive struggle 9 4 Revel Tarte Merry Muffet Fast Fr day Blue Sparky Rub The Ln P Cheat The Bull Wayward Boy ilso rar EXACTOR 00 SIXTH S2 300 cla rrnng t year olds and up 1 m les Avon s talent (Whittle) 1360 560 4 50 Comptoir (Barroby) 7 2P 4 50 Rock n Ruler (Phelan) 2 90 Time 1 45 He s A Cookie In The Groove Helkey Bush T me also ran SEVENTH S2 700 allowance 3 year oldb 1 m les Rm Rock Gil (White) 960 440 280 Irish Ante (Giesbrecht) 410 3 10 Snow Joke (Phelan) 2 60 r me 1 45 2 5 M ss Norge Dainty Damsel Aremar ran EIGHTH S7 500 added stakes 2 year olds 6 furlongs Western Dangler (Hedge) 3 20 2 90 50 Summer High (Norns) 5 10 3 00 Supreme Chargrr (Chabira) 3 10 Time 111 Pampus Host Mr Wind Rovers Song Alberta s Answer Gol ath Jones also ran NINTH S1 900 cla ming 4 year oldo and up 1 1 16 miles Blessed Hour (Sorenson) 6 70 3 80 3 40 Brazen Bully (K plmg) 5 60 4 00 He rarch (Pearson) 5 00 Time 1 45 4 5 Ami Mates Kaps Call Maxip s Heir Hope You Hurry Tay s Talent Fire Speed also ran QUINELLA 60 ATTENDANCE BETTING E'S THE SORT THAT SAVES UP ALL MS StOCKS ANN BUILDS 'EM IWTO A FLIPPIM' ABOUT THIS ONE THEN WITH MY LAKESIDE GOLF Low net K Shigehiro Frache s and B Playton Dongatti tied at 35 Low gross G Laurie Sugar Beeters 30 Low team net Dongatti B Babki Plavton B STANDINGS Fraches Flemings Jubilee Ace Building Pahulie Singers Parsons CJOC Union 76 Sugar Beeters Dongatti Herald House of Lethbndqp CHEC Imperial Life A W Walkc s Owen f-orrv Tucker 149 B 145 143 143 139 125 124 119 116 111 110 106 106 104 104 103 91 90 81 DUNLOPFORD APPOINTMENT Mr D L Dunlop President of Dunlop Ford is pleased to an nounce the appointment of Ken Ball as Body Shop Mamger as of Sept 1 1974 Ken has 14 yeirs of experience II e into motive field and would like to welcome all h s former customers to come in and see him for any of Iheir Body Shop requirements KEN BALL FORD LETHBRIOGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta J i Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Grace, Pate head list NJ (API John Grace a P ort Worth Tex i editor and collegiate star Jerrv Fate swept to rain- dampened victories Friday and advanced to the tinals of the 74th United States amateui golt championship Grace a five-foot six com petitor quick-stepped past 21- Jem Koch 3-and 1 and Pate a ear-old Ala- bama student scored a mild upset in a 2-and-l decision collegiate national cham pion Curtis Strange II meet in a 3b hole final round today Giace 2b a weekend goiter benefitted from a couple of bounces in his triumph He twice lashed errant shots into the trees that line the onlv to have them bounce off a trunk and back into plav On the 14th hole he caromed his second shot off a tree chipped beyond the hole in three and made a 25-to 30-foot putt for a winning par Pate entertaining am- bitions of eventually joining the pro tour is Florida amateur champion He got one-up with a par on the third hole and never trailed The double-round schedule caught up with Bill Campbell and the 51-vear-old veteran lost to Pate in the moinmg quarterfinals I don t know how many times I ve lost in the morning match of the second dav of double round play sighed Campbell who won this title in 1964 and has plaved in it 31 times since 1938 I just came up In other quarter final ac- tion Koch whipped Jeff Pomeraniz b and 4 Strange got bv Jerrv Coumlle 2 and- 1 and Grace eliminated Dick Sue her 2 up .1. I ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eist W L Pet GBL P ttsburgh 69 62 527 St Lous 68 64 515 1 Ph ladelph a 64 6" 489 5 Vtoi real 60 69 465 8 Ntw York 58 "1 450 10 Cncngo 53 75 44 14 West Los, Angeles P3 48 634 C ic nmt 80 52 606 3 At ants 73 59 553 10 Ho iston 68 63 519 5 San Frar 59 447 24 Sin DPQO 0 8? 3 9 33 TODAYS GAMES St Lou s Forsch (3 3) at Sa i Fr in c sco D Acquisto (9 12) Atlanta RcPd (6 8 dt New York Koosman (13 8) Montreal Renxo (9 121 at C nc n nat Billmaham 16 8 Houston Richard (1 0) at Pn ladelpr- a Lonborg (1411 Pittsb irgh Ppmpry (5 4) at Los Angeles Zahn 3) FRIDAYS RESULTS Atlanta 010 010 6 0 Nev, York 000 012 7 2 Cipra (12 7) Leon (7) and Correll oadeck (6 7) and Dypr HRs All Johnson M2) Correll (3) Houston 000 120 5 0 Ph U 100 001 8 1 W Ison (10 10) K Forsch (9) and M Mjy Twtcnell (b 7) (8) ind Boone HR Pha Unser (19) Montreal 000 230 16 0 C nc nr it 000 000 3110 Bn t (8 b) Taylcr (9) and Foote K rby (9 81 McEnaney (6) jid Bench HRs Mil Bailey (2) (19) Singleton 0 Woods (1 Jorgensen (6) St Lous 000 010 001 2 6 2 ST frin 501 000 02x 8 8 1 sebcrt (78) Folkers (3) Foster (5) Osteon (7) and S mmons Gild veil (13 3) Sosa ind Rader HR SF K ngnvr 15) P tt Ix gh 000 001 030 480 1 cs Anqples 300 000 000 T 10 1 Rooker (10 10) G usti (9) TUG Ryin (7) Rau Marshall 8) (13 10) Hough ind Ferguson HR Pqh Z sk (14) Cl Cdqo 000 000 010 004 580 Sin DtgoOOO 001 000 7 0 Dottore Frailinq (10) (6 8) Zamora 12) ind M tterwald StelrnaseK (12) r-re slpben (9 9) and Canmzzaro HR Ch Mitteiwald (6) SECOND Ch cago 000 030 OOu 1-4 51 San Oego 200 000 010 10 2 Stone Frailinq (8) Zamora (8) La Roche (9) (1 3) T0dd (10) and Stelmasek Sw sher (10) Palmer I axton (5) Hardy (8) Johnson (10) (0 2) Gerhard! (10) and Kendall LEAGUE LEADERS AB Garr All Z sk Pgh Garvey LA Oliver Pgh Brock SL Gross Hou Buckner LA Geronimo Cm Cardenal Cn 559 439 524 486 512 470 454 367 432 Home Runs Philadelphia 32 Wynn 29 R H Pel 78 199 356 63 145 330 79 171 326 76 155 319 81 161 314 66 147 313 64 142 313 57 114 311 63 133 308 Schmidt Los Angeles AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pel GBv. Boston 72 58 554 New York 68 62 523 4 O vehnd 65 64 504 6 Ban more 65 65 500 M IWT JKI 62 70 470 11 Detrot 61 70 466 11 West Oik ind 76 56 576 KansisCty o9 62 527 t Toxis 68 65 511 Ch caqo far 492 11 M nnesoti 64 68 485 12 Til lorn T 52 SO 394 24 TODAY S GAMES Cllfc r 1 H i s b I f i I J 1) i rv1 tuK< f Crnrno on 9 i) Clevf I if d all t M meson Golt? (6 7) O ikldid Blue M4 12) it Di t Col rmn (10 12) Bait more Pilmer (4 10 it K i sis C ty Spl ttorf! (13 13 C i J Perry (1 9) n Jink i (1911) New York MPd ch i j '2 i Ch ciqo Kaat (14 12) FRIDAYS RESULTS Oakland 20 001 321 H Detrot 00' 001 5 I t Holtzman (16 13) Odom ,6) Knowles (9) L ndblad (9) and Fosse LaGrow (8 15) Walker (6) ana Ldmont (8) HFb Oak J Alou (2 Jickson (27) Baltimore 301 100 130-9 17 C Kins-asCty 000 100 010-2 8 3 Cjtll ir 16 HI) 11 d Will i i Hmdi CKS (7) Oil C 11 ton (87) Pali i B rd (v) ind Heny Hrt KC Maybtrry (21) Cal torn i 221 020 n 0 Milwaunif 100 001 000 -2 0 Ryji 11 14) indRodrguez KobU (6 1 1 I i stro Wr g it (b) Roqrgi'- (9) ind Porn r HR Cal Robmsoi 2) (19) Ch ilk 5) Mil Money (13) Boston 000 200 4 1 Minnesota 101 000 001 8 3 Mo et 7) lid Blackvvt I Blvleupn (13 I5i ind Borqmann Clevelind 020 410 000 7 13 2 Texas 101 100 000 3 63 Bosman B< nn (4) (3 4) B iskcy (6) ind Duncin Hirqan Broberg (3) (0 41 SUnhouse (4 Fouciult (4) Clyde (61 and Sundbtrq HR Clt Torres (1) New York 012 000 410 8110 Ch cago 000 500 000 594 Gura Martinez (4) Upshaw (4) (1 5) Lyle (8) ind Munson Kucek Pillock (5) Gossaqe (7) (3 o) Forbter (7) ind Herrman HR Chi Melton (21) LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet Carew Mn 494 72 180 364 Hargrove Tex 3J5 49 115 343 McRai KC 431 61 137 318 Orta Ch 417 68 132 317 Yastrzemski Bos 429 77 134 312 Randle Tex 428 56 131 30b Jackson Oik 419 76 123 J05 Maddox NY 345 56 105 304 Pmiella NY 415 57 126 304 Allen Chi 442 82 134 303 Home Runs Allen 32 Jackson 27 Runs Batted In Burroughs Texis 107 Allen 86 Bando Oakland 86 P ich nq 13 decisions F tzmorns Kansas City 10 4 714 Tiant Boston 20 9 690 Corner 16 Ave. and M.M. Drive South DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Tire Sales and Service 402 1st AVI. S.-rhoni 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;