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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Look for win NOVWMMT THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 11 i Longhorns tie in two outings Lethbridge look- ing to shake a recent had to settle for a tie over the weekend in Alberta Junior Hockey League action. Saturday night they dropped a narrow 5-4 verdict to the Red Deer Rustlers while Sun- day they played to a 2-2 deadlock with Drumheller Falcons. Sunday the Longhorns and 'Drumheller Falcons failed to score in sudden- death overtime and settled for a 2-2 tie. Randy Joevenazzo and Brent Cleland scored for the Longhorns. while Garth Morgan and Danny Kaslo replied for Drumheller. The Falcons eight of 14 minor penalties with the only major going to Lethbridge. Drumheller outshot the Longhorns 34-20. Sunday at Henderson Ice the two clubs battled through a scoreless first period before Joevenazzo gave the Longhorns a lead at of the second stanza. Morgan came back for Drumheller with a marker at setting the stage for Laslo's go ahead goal at in the final 20 minutes. Laslo got credit for the goal after it bounced off of Longhorn captain Ron Weilland and into the open side of the net. Cleland evened the score for the locals at on a play set up by Joevenazzo. For Joevenazzo the weekend was worth four more points as he picked up two assists Saturday night. Longhorns were outshct 34- 20 by the Falcons including 11- 4 in the extra session. The cleanly-played game saw only one major as Ron Krikke cooled his heels for five minutes after getting upset with Cam Christiansen of the Falcons. Christiansen high-sticked Krikke and he took offence to the cheap shot. Longhorns are on the road for their next three games. They play in Calgary Tuesday night and then head north Saturday and Sunday. They play in Edmonton Saturday and Drumheller Sunday. MinorHockey Lance Gilchnst. Myron and Keith Warren rifled in two goals apiece and led the Blues to a solid 8-2 victory over the Pintos in a Pee Wee hockey game over the weekend. Robert Harvie and Dave Kraki added singles in the win while Gerrald Saccardo and Wayne Parenteau replied for Ihe Pintos. In another Pee Wee Rose fined CINCINNATI Cin- cinnati Reds outfielder Pete Hose said Saturday he has been fined by the National League for his part in a light during the National League baseball playoffs with New York Mets. do you like said Rose. get fined and I didn't even throw a The incident occurred Oct. 8 at Shea Stadium in the third game of the playoffs. Rose with Mets shortstop Bud Harrelson after a play at second base. Both benches emptied onto the and the Mets fans reacted by throwing debris into the outfield. The game was halted for several minutes when the fans directed garbage at Rose in lett field. Order was restored after pleas by Mets manager Yogi Berra and several players. What I don't said the why he League Chub Feeney waited so long. like last he lined me for throwing balls into the stands. He didn't tine me until the fourth Rose said he was also curious about the wording of the letter. He -congratulated me on having a good he mires my courage for continu- ing to play in that game then he unfortunately we have to fine you for your part in the fight. don't know who Rose said he had also heard Cincinnati pitcher Pedro Bor- bon was and that Harrelson was fined I think they should have fined the Mets management lor not controlling the Rose said. a lit- tle mixed up. I'd Rose added he believed Mets players John Matlack and Wayne Garrett should be fined too. are the guys who should have got said Rose. and Garrett. the Totems scored a pair of second period goals and went on to defeat the Sabres 3-2. Gary Brad Smith and Mark Gretzingers tallied for the Totems while Stacey Supina and Mark Peta handled the scoring for the Sabres. Two goals by Marlow propelled the Flames to a 4-2 decision over the Jets. Wyatt Blair and Rory MacLennan chipped in with solo efforts while Bradley Mead and John Glover notch- ed singles tor the Jets. In Bantam B action over the the Monarchs blank- ed the Kings 2-0. Gary Vegh and Darin Caki supplied 'the offensive power with a goal each while Greg Boessenkool registered the shutout. The Monarchs scored another victory the following evening as they dropped the Mustangs 5-3. Tom Burgwal fired in a hat-trick the winners while Caki and Morris Manyfingers aided with singles. Bill Caswell scored twice and David Stinson once for the losers. The Eagles scored a goal in each of the three periods and dumped the Raiders 3-2. Robert Doug Hanna and Billy Cousins Hipped in singles for the Kagles while Lyle Skretting and Marshall DeArmond replied in a losing cause. David Maciura rifled in two goals and paced the Nuggets to a 4-1 victory over the Rangers. Chris Lengyel and Kevin Kirby rapped in a goal apiece lor the winners while Peter Robb managed a singleton in a losing cause. The Hornets took a 3-0 lead alter two periods of play and went on to blast the Blades 4- 1. Anton Mihay. Darren Andrew Morton and Owen Hayward were the Hornets' marksmen while Clark Bosch tallied for the Blades. In a midget the Stampeders edged Fort MacLeod Blades'4-3. Royce Hancock notched a pair of goals for the Stamps while Sid Johnson and Alan Boras added singles. The Labor Club Bees scored three unanswered first period goals and dropped the Taber Elks 5-2 in a Bantam B match. Myles'Ully scored twice for the Bees while singles came off the sticks of Randy Charlesworth. Neal Povey and Todd Takevasu. Norman Cziere managed to tally both the Elks' markers. In another midget game played in Fort Macleod. the host Rangers edged the Lethbridge Canucks 3-2. Owen John Van Sluys and Adrian Van Sluys scored a goal each for the Rangers while Lonnie Kuchren and Rod Huchian tallied for the Canucks. flOO UFE INSURANCE UUlUUU Dtorttdni Ttrm IT WOULD MY YOU TO COMPAM THIS WITH ANY OTHER TIMM PLAN MONTHLY PREMIUMS 21-IS.4S M-I10.M 40-I1S.74 30-M.S5 KEN BEL8HER OCCIDENTM.JLIFE 43SA HOLIDAY VILLAGE Meanwhile .two goals from Kelly Bunn led the Rustlers to a 5-4 Alberta .vic- tory over' the Longhorns. The teams were tied 2-2 at the end of the first period and Rustlers were ahead 4-3 by the end of the second. Terry Irvine Bowles and Jim Hatton added singles for the visitors. Brent Cleland with two goals led the Longhorns while Ron Wieland and Darcy O'Sullivan contributed one each. There were 21 penalties with the teams splitting two majors and Rustlers drawing 11 of 19 minors. The Longhorns were outshot 37-19. Meanwhile in Blairmore the Pass Red Devils overcame a first-period deficit and went on to defeat Drumheller Falcons 8-2 Saturday night. Drumheller led 1.0 at the end of the first but the Pass scored four times in the second to lead 4-2 going into the final period. Brent McCracken with two goals and Brian John Brent Bill Kelts. Randy Sparks and Lyle Murray with one each ac- counted for the winning score. Grant Pushie and Garry Bembridge replied from Drumheller. The Pass took 13 penalties including one major and two misconducts. while Drumheller was assessed 12 one of them a ma- jor The Red Devils outshot the Falcons 48-40. In Edmonton Dave Scott scored for Calgary Canucks at of sudden-death overtime Saturday night to take his team to a 5-4 victory over the Edmonton Mets Jerry Bancks had scored twice and Dave Hale and Archie Henderson once each to draw the Canucks to a 4-4 tie at the end of regulation play. Wayne Rick Zapariuk. Gary Rissling and Paul Messier scored for the Mets'. The-Pass Red Devils out- shot Red Deer Rustlers 43-39 Sunday night but wound up on the short end of a 6-2 score. Tod Timm scored twice for the Rustlers who also got singles from Terry Irvine Brian Sutler and Larry Bowyer. John Hawkins and Lyle Murray scored for the Pass. Rustlers served nine of 14 minor penalties and led 2-1 and 4-2 by periods. Edmonton Mets outscored Calgary Canucks 3-1 in the final period of an Alberta Junior Hockey League game to register a 6-4 win Sunday. RED DEER LETHBRIDGE 4 Red Deer Hatton 2. Leth. Weilland. 3. Lelh. Cleland 4. Red Deer Witchen 18.35. 1 Bowles 2 Switzer Hatton Cleland 11.41. Balfour 1924. Krikke 19 24 Stcond Period 5. Red Deer Bunn 6 Leth- Cleland 7. Red Deer Bowles B Leth O'Sullivan Penalties Cox Lethbridge too many men Witcnen 9.46. Switzer 17-44. I In..I Red Deer Bunn 1 34. Penalties 1 20. Beardsworth 5 10 and 8.36. Switzer' game miscon- 1038. Dumont 1508 LETHBHIDQE 2 DRUMHELLER 2 Firtl period scoring. Krikke Becholdt. Stcond Lethbridge. Joevenazzo. 2. Morgan 15 16. Mitchell. Third Drumheller. Laslo 4. Cleland Krikke. This goal hurt locals Lethbridge jLonghorns had to settle for a 2-2 over- time tie in Alberta Junior Hockey League action Sunday evening and one of the reasons was this unfortunate goal in the third period. The just inside the goal- was shot out in front of the net by a Drumheller Falcon and bounced off the skate of Longhorn captian Ron Meilland and into the net. The goal gave the Falcons a 2-1 lead which the Longhorns evened late in the final period. Ti-Cats on outside looking in Montreal drops to third place By GLENN COLE Canadian Press Staff Writer During the last few Cana- dian Football League one of the biggest problems plaguing Montreal Alouettes has been turnovers. They lost the ball five times Sunday three on once on a blocked kick and the other on a pass intercep- lost 25-13 to Hamilton Tiger Cats before 30.240 fans at Ivor Wynne Stadium The lost also cost the Alouettes second place in the four-team Eastern Conference and the home-field advantage for the EFC's sudden-death semi-final next Sunday. Montreal will have to travel to Toronto to meet the Argonauts The Argos moved into second place Saturday with an 18-3 win over Win- nipeg Blue Bombers of the Western Conference in the final interlocking game of the year. 'I don't care where we play the said Montreal t-oach Marv Levy. we play we have to stop giv- ing the ball away. We must have fumbled more than any team in the The Alouettes lost a chance for first place when they were blanked 16-0 by Ottawa Rough Riders in Ottawa last week. In that Montreal had five The Tiger-Cats converted the blocked punt and two tumbles on three successive Montreal sequences into a pair of touchdowns and a field goal in the fourth quarter to erase a 13-8 deficit. Back up quarterback Steve Ktter put Hamilton ahead to stay when he barged over from two yards out after John Williams 'had blocked Wally Buono's punt and Hamilton took over on the Montreal 12- yard line. Less than two minutes yt Etter hit Garney Henley with a TD toss follow- ing a fumble by John Harvey which Hamilton's Dan Dulmage ran back to Montreal's 18. Football roundup CFL FINAL Conference W L T F A Pt Edm 9 5 2 329 282 20 Sask 10 6 0 360 293 20 B C 5 9 2 261 328 12 Cal........ 6 10 0 214 368 12 Wmn........ 4 11 1 257 315 9 EMItrn Conference W L T F A Pt Ottawa .'9 5 0 275 234 18 Toronto 7 5 2 265 231 16 Montreal 7 6 1 273 238 15 Hamilton 7 7 0 304 263 14 EDMONTON SASKATCHEWAN IE Saik. Edm. First Downs 23 19 Yards rushing 48 221 Yards passing 315 132 Net Offence 346 348 Passes made-tried 27-42 8-16 Interceptions-yards 0-0 2-5 Punts-average 7-36 7-41 Fumbles-lost 1-1 1-0 Penalties-yards 2-5 7-62 HAMILTON MONTREAL 13 Mtl Ham First downs 15 14 Yards rushing 110 136 Yards passing 216 158 Net offence 283 269 Passes made-tried 14-26 13-17 Interceptions 0 1 Punts-average 8-34 10-41 Fumbles-lost 3-3 l-o Penalties-yards 7-35 3-18 BRITISH COLUMBIA 15 CALGARY 7. B.C. First downs 13 22 Yards rushing 73 168. Yards passing 163 138 Net offence 236 306 Passes made-tried 15-32 18-29 Interceptions 0 2 Punts-average 11-35 10-41 Fumbles-lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties-yards 7-42 8-51 TORONTO 18. WINNIPEG 3 Wpg. Tor First 130wns 9 10 Yards rushing 129 162 Yards passing 47 56 Net offence 155 200 Passes made-tried 4-15 4-13 interceptions. 0 0 Punts-average 12-40 12-45 Fumbles-lost 2-2 3-2 Penalties-yards 2-20 5-35 Place kicker Ian Sunter booted a 32-yard field goal on the next series of plays after Montreal's Johnny Rpdgers had fumbled a kickoff after returning the ball to Hamilton's 53. Sunter converted the two fourth quarter TDs and a second-quarter touchdown by Chuck run. Ealev on an 11-vard Bulldogging Winnipeg Blue Bombers' John Bledsoe grimaces as he is smashed to the ground Saturday by Toronto Argonauts' defensive back Tim Anderson. Argos downed the Bombers in the CFL contest by an 18-3 count to earn second place in the. east. Terry Evanshen scored Montreal's only touchdown on a 32-yard pass from quarter- back Jimmy Jones in the se- cond quarter. Don Sweet kick- ed the convert and a pair of field goals to complete the Alouettes' scoring. OUT OF PLAYOFFS Despite the win. the defending Grey Cup cham- finished out of the playoffs the fourth straight time a defending national champion has missed post- season play. It was the first time since 19b'0 the Ticats have missed the playoffs They were eliminated Saturday when the Argos defeated Winnipeg. Had Toronto lost and Hamilton won. the two clubs would have finished the schedule with the same number of points but the Tiger Cats would have earned third place because they Toronto in two of three league meetings this season. The Argos depended on the toe of Zenon Andrusyshyn who kicked three field goals of 10. 50 and 52 yards and added two singles and a convert on Noah Jackson's five-yard TD off a tumble recovery late in the fourth quarter. The lone Winnipeg points came on a 22-yard field goal by Don Jonas in the third quarter. The Bombers finished out of the Western Conference playoffs with a 4-11-1 three points behind British Columbia Lions and Calgary Stampeders. The who beat the Stamps 15-7 Satur- grabbed the third and last playoff spot by virtue of two wins during the year over Calgary. ANDY CAPP TCH.' ARE STILL ON AflOUT WHERE IT'S ALL GOIN'TOENO I V I DO NOT 7 kV I REALLY J DON'T AS MOO SHADOUP WHAT DO THINK THEY SHOULD CO 7A50UTIT Nastase will pay PARIS Roma- nian tennis star Hie Nastase Saturday reversed his deci- sion not to pay a fine for playing at thus avoiding suspension from the Association of Tennis Professionals An ATP statement Saturday night said that Nastase had told the players' president. Cliff Drysdale of South and their executive Jack Kramer of the United that he had decided to pay the fine. The statement said that Britain's Roger Taylor had also agreed to pay his also imposed for playing at Wimbledon earlier this year in defiance of the ATP ban. HAIR STYLISTS REQUIRED New expanded Beauty Salon at the Viking will require 4 additional stylists Mlary ComrnlMion Profit MRS. CAROL Managwww 327-0180. 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