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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta November HAWAII WAIUH HOUMV fttsM Mf MffjMI ARTWLUAMSlTRAVIL CINTMVIUAOIMAU. Sullivan A bit of everything First of I realize Randy Joevenazzo has more than 16 points... He has 18 and is only two points out of first place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League scoring race It must have been some night for young Pat McCune Thursday as he scored five times against the Bombers in the Lethbridge Minor Football League final Some great individual efforts were turned in this past year by the youngsters In the semi-final .game Earl Ingarfield led his club to victory with fourth-quarter touchdowns I ask- ed Earl if father director of player personnel for the New York Islanders of the National Hockey has seen him put on his show Young Earl said I didn't get them until the fourth quarter and by then it was pretty cold and Dad went home There is an interesting item in the Oct. 22 Sports Illustrated on Johnny Rodgers of the Montreal Alouettes Rodgers. as lie has made it clear all wants the football more He would also like to run back punts but coach Marv Levy nixes that idea as long as the Canadian Football League maintains its no blocking on punt returns rule love to have Johnny returning Levy not under this rule. It's barbaric. It may not be listed as a sport but none the less credit for effort must be given Samantha an eight-year-old .from the youngest known person to have climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro. was a long she said. hope it will earn me a Girl Guide merit Word was received in the city the other day that Steve Latoski died recently in Edmonton of a heart attack... a slick played centre ice for the Lethbridge Maple Leafs after the Second World War Flanking him were Roy Heximer and Grant Hall Together the three formed quite a line for the Leafs Have you ever thought about who collected the most money in the shortest time in a sporting Word has it that Wilt now with the San Diego Con- quistadors of the American Basketball earns 000 a year making him the highest salaried player For the most money in the shortest the co-winners of the title would seem to be Joe Frazier and Muhammad who collected million each for the March 1971 fight. But that went 15 or 45 minutes The all-time champ is Floyd who collected for lasting two minutes and 10 seconds in 1963 against Sonny ora little over a second For sheer dollar Gene Tunney's from the live gate alone for whipping Jack Dempsey would seem the best. The taxes in 1927 were very low Johnny Unitas is back on the bench and the San Diego. Chargers are trying to unload him and his year contract... No takers thus far Another aging quarterback who has hit the shelf is John Brodie Mind he is sitting out in favor of Steve Spurrier because of differences he has had with the San Francisco 49ers over how their offence should be run He is still a pretty good quarterback.... it would is all done. It's Alberta Achievement Awards time again and six Lethbridge at least those who did most of their grow- ing up and learning under local will be among the 350 people honored tonight in Calgary Each year the Govern- ment of Alberta invites and accepts nominations of deserving individuals or groups who have won competition or awards for achievement or excellence at a national or international level... gained national or international recognition in an oc- professional or voluntary capacity made ex- ceptional contributions at a province-wide level over a period of at least 10 years This year's honors go to Miss Barbara a member of Alberta's amateur golf team that won the Canadian title Joe Meli and Greg Senda for outstanding per- formances in judo and Bob Tim Filuk and Wayne Bowes lor racquetball. Carpet 7 PHONE 328-2853 mr. steam Carpet Cloming Ltd. Back taxes hit Finley LOS ANGELES Charles 0. owner of World Series champion Oakland is being sued by the Internal Revenue Service for in back it was reported today. In a story from the Los Angeles Times says the IRS disallowed Finley's claim for investment tax credit on the. ex- ploding Scoreboard bought in 1968 and estimate Finley deducted about a year too much from His tax obligations since 1961. the tax court decides we owe it. we'll pay but we think we're the Times quotes Finley as saying in a telephone interview. NATIONAL COURTESY CARD The motor vehicle described on the back of this Identifi- cation Card has been leased from a Ford Authorized Leasing System of Canada Lessor It would be appreciated if every courtesy including prompt and Quality service and any appropriate fleet discounts on parts be extended to the operator of mis vehicle. inn LEASING OMUortof Herald- Sports That snow way to be Hospitality was lacking at Henderson Park Friday night. The host Lethbridge Collegiate Rams allowed Medicine Hat Mohawks one touchdown in their champ- ionship final to retain the title they laid claim to this time last year. Another great season ends Rams retain their crown By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer About the only thing that was really hot at Henderson Stadium Friday was the right foot of Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams' Randy Stevens. who handles the quarterback and place- kicking was just un- believable as he fired a touchdown pass and booted three field goals in leading his teammates to a 15-7 victory over the Medicine Hat High Mohawks and the Southern Alberta High School Football League championship title. It was a gratifying victory for the defending champion who not only finished the 1973 season undefeated with eight straight but captured their 19th T. Eaton championship trophy since its inception 22 years ago. The only years in which the Rams tailed to earn the title were in 1963. 1969 and 1971. The old St. Francis Cougars captured the title in the '63 season while the Catholic Central Cougars were the recipients the remaining two years. On the other it was a heard-breaking loss for the eastern conference champion who narrowly miss- ed winning their first cham- pionship title ever. Some detrimental factors such as a long bus ride to Lethbridge. poor weather and terrible field conditions hurt the who were by far the best football club that ever came out of the Gas City in years. If the Mohawks are able to keep some of the players from the 1973 they could be the ones to beat next season. Meanwhile in last night's encounter. Stevens was just brilliant to say the least as he literally booted his team- mates to the championship title. In the opening Stevens gave the Kams a 9-0 lead by combining with wing back Kelly Wilde for an ex- citing pass-and-run play that covered 71 yards for a touchdown. He also booted a 27-yard field goal. After scoreless second and third the Mohawks were'all fired up and deter- Mike Andrews not harsh WEST Mass. Mike out of a baseball job for the first time since he broke into the major leagues in had some kind words Friday for Charlie but suggested the Oakland Athletics' owner try his hand at managing a club. is a but you certainly can't knock his ability at getting good playing personnel and putting a good team Andrews said in an at his home. who cost Finley a fine as a result of an off- field controversy during the World was given his unconditional release by the Athletics Thursday. is so he gets so the veteran infielder said. would call the dugout make calls to Oakland from Chicago. Of it's his prerogative as an but I think he often goes beyond ownership. That unless he wants to be the manager himself. Maybe he should give it a sent to second base in a reserve role in the second game of the World Series with New York made two costly errors in a row in the 12th inning. Finley then tried to put him on the disabled list and even got CANADA'S NO. 1 LOADER BOBCAT MHl PHONE AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS _____1410 and UthbrMge Andrews to sign a statement that his right shoulder was ailing. don't think I ever was so Andrews said. wasn't embarrassed as much by the errors as I was by what happened afterward. The players really came to my aid. They were just Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn ordered Andrews reinstated for the remainder of the seven-game series won by Oakland for the second year in a row. Do you know that I hadn't been in the field for a month and a half until that And I didn't work out once at second base even in spring Minor hockey Robert Nonomura fired in a pair of. goals and led the Flyers to an easy 4-0 victory over the Blues in a Pee Wee Hockey League encounter Fri- day night. Phil Hewko and Darren Moroz added singles in the win. In another the Bisons tripped up the Penguins 2-1. Roy Goldstein and Roy Husch tallied for the winners while Dennis Verwoort replied in a losing cause. mined to show it was still anybody's ball game. Steven's wouldn't go for this and made the going a little rougher by booting a 17-yard field goal on the first play of the final quarter. Trailing by two unconverted the Mohawks now realized that time was running out on them. With this in they gambled on a third down and four situation with some five minutes remaining. Quarterback Gord Johnson faked a punt and galloped 43 yards for the Mohawks only major. Cal Schick propelled the ball through the up-rights for the Mohawk's seventh point. With only five points separating the they both started to play a little tighter as they realized that one simple mistake could either mean a win or a loss. The action became more tense as-the clock ticked but .with some two minutes remaining Stevens blasted his third straight field goal to relieve the pressure. His 16-yard boot put the game out of reach for the Mohawks who now trailed 15- 7. As far as the final outcome was the game was now over. EXTRA YARDS If the field conditions were the Mohawks could have easi- ly upset the Rams for the championship title Although the Rams' top scorers Mark Baldry and Rick Collier didn't hit the scoresheet last they did their share of damages Baldry was the Rams' top ground gainer with 112 yards in 13 carries while Collier add- ed 88 yards in 16 attempts Schick paced the Mohawks on the ground with 54 yards in seven tries Rams picked up 10 of 19 first downs registered by both clubs Mohawks were assessed 60 yards on. six infractions while the Rams were nailed for 25 yards on three penalties Another fine season of high school football is now over. Per Complete Automotive Service on Domestic Mid Foreign Cert KLEIN'S SERVICE CENTRE Specializing in VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE with 13 yetre experience In into field Come In and Winterize your Car Now. LETNMMQE OFFICE FWNITUIELTa 1-7411 ADDIN6 MACHINES Davidson stops Canucks CANADIAN PRESS John Davidson is not a nor- mal National Hockey League rookie goalie. He does not suffer from bad nevers. does not let in easy shots and does not leave rebounds lying around the crease. And he does not often lose. Davidson. was a key fac- tor Friday night as St. Louis Blues came from behind to take the Canucks 3-1 in Van- couver. The Blues scored their three goals in the third but Davidson did most of his dam- age in the when he twice robbed Canucks right winger Bobby Schmautz. With remaining in the game and the score David- a product of the Victoria Centennials of the Western 'Canada Junior made a fine save off Schmautz from directly in front of the goal. That stop preserved the vic- and left Davidson with only one loss in six NHL starts. Jocelyn Guevremont gave Vancouver a 1-0 lead in the second period on a power play goal from 20 feet before the Blues took over in the final period to register their third victory of the season. Glen Sather started the Blues' comeback by flipping a backhander over Vancouver netminder Jacques Caron at the 24-second mark of the third period and Pierre Plante added his third goal of the season five minutes later. Gary Unger provided the in- surance goal with less than a minute left in the game. Davidson made 26 Gary Smith and Jacques Caron combined to stop 19 Blues' shots. the great NHL Showdown mystery will begin to unravel tonight. The involving 20 top NHL players in a penalty-shot makes its debut dur- ing intermissions on the CBC Hockey Night in Canada tele- cast of the Montreal Canadiens' home game against California Golden Seals. Not even the players involv- ed in the series know who will be the although the series was filmed .Oct. 2 at a Ont.. arena. ST. LOUIS VANCOUVER 1 Pint Period No scoring. Penalties HarbaruR Boudrias Second Period No scoring. No penalties. Third Period 2. St. Sather 1 3. St. Louis. Plante 3 4. St. Louis. 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