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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE 1ETHBRIBGE HERA.IB Tvns'deiy, 1972 Can't let Stampeders score lots of points Jonas puts onus on all-stars defensive corps CALGARY (CP) Don Jonns of Winnipeg Blue Bombers says Iho Canadian Football League all-stars, a powerful team offen- sively, need a strong and alert defence to defeat Calgary Stam- pedes Wednesday night. "You've got to have the de- fence lo keep Calgary from run- ning up a lot of said Jonas, named as the all-stars' starting quarterback on the- basis of his outstanding season not going lo tear away Calgary's defence. You've in 1971. You're got lo keep working and work- ing until you get a break." Joiias, the outstanding player in I he CFL last year after lead- ing Winnipeg to the Western Foolball Conference playoffs for the first time since 1906, is ex- pected to share quarlerbacking Leivko's combine for win Andreaclmk triumphs Randy Andreachuk began I The Lcwko twosome was ono putting it all together Monday stroke better than Marg and at Henderson Lake Golf Club. Aileen Metcalfe over the 18- Andreachuk. one of the top hole competition. Their overall juniors at the Lake the past victory also earned them first three years, turned in a solid place in the low gross category bet-1 of the first division. Low net in the first division went to Pat Shandor and Alice Pahulje and ANDREACHUK TOPS Randy Andreachuk won llie Henderson Lake junior golf title Monday with a 27-hole total of 114. 27-liole performance tcred the scores of 35 others to win Ilie Henderson Lake nior crown. The tourney was to have been held last Friday bul weather conditions forced a postponement. Monday, things went just fine for Andreachuk. All 36 golfers qualified with 18 holes Monday morning. The low eight advanced to tho championstu'p flight for anoth- er nine holes. Andreachuk was low quali- fier with a 76 over the par-71 course. He added a solid 38 on his nine-hole finish for a 114 total and a two-stroke victory over 15-year old Brad Cox. Cox pushed Andreachuk, 18, all the way with a 79 and a 37 for a 116 total and second place. Richard Andreachuk, a cousin to Randy and a former NVeir. Bernadettc Thelma Coutts finished in a deadlock with Kelly Turnbul! and Rose McNam for low gross honors in the second division. Low net was won by Cheryl Harker and Doreen Ully. Third division competition saw Andrea and Elsie MaGrath emerge with the spoils. Karen Paskuski and Gail Umeris were low net winners. duties with Joe Thcismann of Toronto Argonauts. The Stampeders are meeting the all-stars, selected by the nine CFL coaches, because of their 14-11 Grey Cup win last year over Toronto. The all-stars, with victories over Montreal Alouetles and Ot- tawa Hougb Riders in previous games agaiiist defending Grey Cup champions, have four play- ers from each CFL cept their roster. There's no question about the potential of the offensive team. The starting backfteld of Leon McQuay of Toronto, Jim Even- son of British Columbia Lions and George Reed of Saskatche- wan Roughriders totalled 29 touchdowns in 1971 and rushed for a combined yards on 616 carries. "We plan to use our backs ANBY CAPP Race results effectively and a Jonas city, champion, was third with fWHYPON'T WEMEETIM Golf league HENDERSON LAKE Low gross Murray Mills, House of Lcthbridge; 38 (one under Low Jiet Jim Reid, Safe- ways and AM Oshiro, Imperial Life; tied 31. Low team net Reid, Logan Tait, Frank McNair and Clare Jorgenson, Safeways; 144. CHEC GenNemen 111 Fletvng Motors Fraehes Sugar Beaters Oorigatli Ace Building Jubilee Homes Parson Owen Safeway Lelhtvidga Herald House of Lerhbndge A and W...... Pahulle Imperial Life Singer Walker For all your plumbing needs, contact MacDee PIUMBING and HEATING Offering 24 hour service 1810 17th Ave. 5. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 328-1447 COUNTRY CLUB Low gross R. Trail Jr., ilydale and Bemie Sonntag, .ethbridge Office Furniture; ied 41. Low net Jack Van Schaik Lcthbridge Office Furniture; 31. Low team net Soimlag, Van Schaik, Stan Worboys and Ike Jones, Lethbridge Office Furiii ture; 134. pi .aXcvicw Texaco Dcrigattis Tollestrup Lillydale............. eenv's............... Parkers Eatons............... Lethbridge Office Furrulu ills............... -sons.............. Gent III rounds of 80 and 40 for 120. While most of the attention vas focused on the champ Cox drew rave notices from club >rofessional Earl Francis. 'That's tremendous golf for a 15-year said Francis. "He'll play in the 15-year old division of the Alberta junior golf final and stands a good chance of being named to the team that goes to Mexico." It is expected that Cox and both' Andreachuks will tako part bv the Alberta event In Edmonton. Ludvik Pahulje won the low net honors in the first division with a 72 over 18 holes. Derek Redman topped the field in the second division with a 92, one stroke better than Rick Maclean. Low net went lo Randy Stevens with a 74. In OUT, LET'S CAU- "V- SO.VE PUB NEAR VOUR WE COLIUO I AMBL GAME POSTPONED EDMONTON (CP) An Al- berta Major Baseball League game scheduled Wednesday right between Edmonton Blue Willows and Edmonton Tigers has been postponed, a spokes- man for the Blue Willows an- nounced Monday. No reason for the postpone- ment was given and an alter- nate date was not selected. tiie third division Darrel Laid- law managed a one-stroke vic- over Ron Simmons in low gross. Laidlaw fired a 100. Low net went to Mark Shigehiro with, a 75. A 112 total was good enough for first place in the fourth di- vision. Kevin House was the winner over Dave Henderson who had a 116. Darcy Kane- wischer had a 79 for low net. Meanwhile, Saturday at the Lake, Jeanette and Colette Lewko combined to win tho Short sport said. "This is a great team with good she, We have tho best receivers and runners in Ihe league." Jonas, starting his third sea- son in the CFL and second with Winnipeg after being traded by Toronto before the 197L cam- paign, said in the last few years teams have been, at a disadvan- tage when they play the Stam- peders early in the schedule. "I've always felt you're at a disadvantage when you meet Calgary early because oE the veterans on the team. A lot of teams are making changes and adjustments until about mid- season, hut the Stampeders al- ways appear to be SAYS METHOD BEST As for the all-star selections, which left off several top-name players, Jonas said the method is the best to give every team four players on the squad. "Sure, some players were dis- ppointed they didn't make it. ut they understood. They know ow the selections were made nd realize other guys excelled t that position." Jonas, also a place-kicker and he WFC scoring champion last rear, said he would be happy to 'epeat several of his brilliant lerformances. "But there are a lot of things can accomplish this year be- sides personal statistics. I woulc ike to cut down on throwing interceptions and also hope _ to EDMONTON (CP) Race results Monday from Norlhlands Park: FIRST claiming, 2 year nlrfs, S far- Swift" Cash (Rasmusseri> 3.70 2.BO 2.50, HyaleU Barb (Shields) 4.60 4.30, Rina (Halabl) J.QO. Time: 4-5, Wynseope. Lady Sheba, If By Chance, Stromtree, Lircky Impression also ran. SECOND iMOT, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Relurn (Norrls> 5M 4-50, Conila (Levlne) 7.70 4.10. Summer Mint (McCsuley) -4.50. Time: Madam Fitzgerald, Censlta Silent, ANanlic Hill, Never Ocean also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Another Bomber 'HamiD 27.70 3.10, Mister Rldeabout 3.40. Tinner 3-5. Son 0' Ireland, Nfght Shine, Page, Some Turk, Mr. Bewitched also QUINELLA. FOURTH tl.WO, allowance, 3 year olds, 7 fur longs. Fourlriougtit (Parsons) 3-60 3.31 !.20, Poinl Sanchez) 3.M 3.30 2.70, Shltld Of (Krpllnfl 2.30. Time: 4-5. Neslime, Kindly Farmer also ran. Track Scratch: Emerald Lin. A-Double Entry. FIFTH SI.50Q, claiming, -I year olds up, I.'B miles. Bell's Stella (Rasmussen) 8.40 3.10 I.CO, Mister Flee (Stadnyto 5.40 4.50, Shipper Tan (McCauley) S.SO. Time: 3-5. Priddis Dandy, Jasper Park, ieck, Tux 'N Tails, Tedlee- also ran. iXACTOR: 533.20. SIXTH S1.5W, claiming, 4 year olds ind up Va miles. Prerequisite CWatson) 31.70 11.70 .30, Haydn's Belle (Kipling) 6.00 4.40, .Ilk Buttons (Morris) 4.50. Time: 4.5. Northern Emperor, Convention Lea, Kap's CBH, Lisa B oootf, Joy's Tafly also ran, SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. LHJIe Gypsy (Hedgel 11-fJ) S.40 5.60, Make II Magic (Shields) 4.JO 4.10, Sore Hidden (Stadnyk) e.OO. Time: 2-5. Sharp Reply, Istand Master, Ep- plorale, Patapouf, Some Hand also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Hopl Joe (Levlne) 9.00 4.00 1.80, Oscar A (sancheil 4.00 3.30, Sandra's Magic (Norrls) 3.30. Time: Jet Courier, silver Dell, Silky Page, Shootalong, Sure Speed also ran. QUINELLA: 120.70. DISCIPLINE TOO SASKATOON (CP) The highly rated halfback from University of Texas, John Har- vey, has departed from the Saskatchewan Rough rider's training camp. Dave Skrien, head coach of the Western Football Confer- ence club, said the main prob- lem encountered by Harvey was the discipline. s saying: "I have made a com- mitment. We will just have t TwiJchel t6> Selma and Baleman. Ryan Reuschel and Hundley. HR: Ch -Mofiilay Pittsburgh 000 Ota Hew York 010 OOJ Mowe Hernandez and 58 gulllm; Xoosman (5-31, McGraw I? and Dyer. HR: NY-Mllner Montreal 10J ooo MO-3 St. Loull 310 MO 4 Moore Slrohmayer (71 Humphrey; Gibson (6-51 mons. HR: Atlanla 000 000 0 Francisco MO 510 3 Reed McQueen (8) and Casa novaj Bryant (5-4) and Rader, Houston oil 300 5 Los Angeles ooo ooo Nolan (10-2) and Bench; Ostee (7-5) (B> and Sims. lar (6) Wilhel contribution to the St. Jeau suspended for three games Name change sparks victories tWO 211 5 Sari" Diego 430 000 7 11 Wlhon, Grlltln Culver (3-01 (2 and Edwards; Klrby, Grelf (3-11} (6 Acosla (81. Severlnsen (91 and Co rales. HRs: (2) (13 Wynn May Ceder.0 LEAGUE LEADER} AB R H Pet sno, Hou......m 43 80 .3 lou, SIL .....213 It 71 .33- luflten, Pgh 23O 34 75 .3 Pgh .....551 37 81 M Santo, Chi 152 26 .3 Brock, SIL ........249 32 81 early. All Torre, SIL ........233 32 73 Clemenle, Pgh 215 41 a .3 Gltr, All .........245 M 7S .31 Home runs: Bench, Cincinnati, W Kingman, San Francisco, oose. aliHrnia 000 W) I 7 1 ilnnesota 110 001 7 11 I Rcose (1-2) Fisher (61, Allen (8) Td Torborg; Corbin (3-01 Granger 61 and Roof. HRsr Min-Soderhorn hicago .....100 000 i fl Kansas City ..022 000 7 0 Wood Kealey (7) and lann; Dal Canton (4-31 and May. New York Ml 000 4 1 elroll ......000 103 7 1 Kekich McDanlel (71, Roland 8) and Munscn; Slayback (I-OV cherman seelbach (9) and Free- lakland Wfl 000 B OK) 000 4 0 Holliman Knowles (e) and Duncan; Llndlblad, Pina (8) and Billings. LEAGUE LEADERS AB Ft H Pel. .....231 39 77 .333 214 40 67 .313 2JS 36 74 .311 .212 38 64 .302. 215 21 64 ..220 24 64 .291 228 45 66 .23? 197 27 57 .287 178 30 51 .787 .....248 29 71 .m R. Jackson, Oakland, Rudt, Oak C.May, Chi Pinlella, KC D.Allen, Chi Otis, KC Min Harper, Bos PInson, Cal p.Kclly, Chi R.Oliver, Cat Home runs: (151; Cash, Runs balled In: D. Allen, Chicago, C. Chicago, (401i R. son, Oakland, Pitching deVfons: Flnaers, OsV- fand, Kaah, Mlnnesora, MINOR LEAGUE SCORES International Leagut Toledo 3 Rochester 1 LouIsviHe 6 Syracuse 5 Charleston 5 Tidewater 5 Eastern League Sherbcocke Reading Trois-RIvierci 7-1 Piltslleld i-fl PacIfFc Coa-st Leagui Albuquerque 10 Phoenix 3 Tucson Sail Lake 2 PorNand 5 Hawaii t Eugene 3 Tacoma 0 received a three-game suspen- sion by acting commissioner Lee Irvine of Calgary. St. Jean receiver two games for throwing a piece of his broken stick in a game June 3 and was handed an extra game for arguing with commissioner Irvine. Native Sons1 coach Dave SmiUi is extremely upset with the suspension handed to his star forward. According to Smith, Chris Roa of the Calgary Shamrocks received only a one-game sus- pension for pushing a referee earlier in the season. "NewHess fa say, something is wrong said Smith. The Sons will be in action tonight without St. Jean as they take on the league-leading Shamrocks. 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