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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, October 2, 1973 ROYAL WINTER FAIR TOUR Rtturn Rill triniportitlon, Accommodation, idmltilon to Fair, SlghtMting, Mil to Hoyii nprn snow. Depart Calgary Nov. 6 Return Nov. 17 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Herald- Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7lh Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 CHAINS. Tonight's the night Coach Stan Maxwell, of the Lethbridge Long- horns of the Alberta Junior Hockey League tells first- year players Larry Wanagas of Edmonton, left and Ken Klinkhammer of Lethbridge, that tonight's the night. The locals open the home half of their schedule against the Pass Red Devils at Henderson Ice Centre at eight o'clock. The Devils tripped the Longhorns 4-1 Sunday in Blairmore. Open home schedule this evening Longhorns ready to go For Stan Maxwell. Don McLean and the Lethbridge Longhorns. the time has arriv- ed for all good men to come to the aid of their teammates. The saying usually goes to the aid of the par- ty." but the Longhorns are not faced with a party but a struggle. Tonight at Henderson Ice Centre at eight o'clock, the Longhorns will take on the Pass Red Devils in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game. The Longhorns are down one game to the Red Devils after dropping a 4-1 decision in Blairmore Sunday night. According to Maxwell, the game could have gone either way with a few breaks Possibly a home crowd can help sway the outcome. The Longhorns played just one pre-season game and it was little more than a good skate as they walked all over a Junior B club from Kimberley Tonight, will be a different 'It's my fault' says Duncan DISCOUNT ON ALL 1973 STOCK 'o to 40% OFF 1973 PRICES Boats, Motors, Trailers and Accessories. Also en- quire about our winter layaway plan on boats, motors and trailer ac- cessories. No finance charges. No carrying charges. Monthly pay- ments. 1974 Models at 1973 Prices GLASCON INDUSTRIES LTD. 327 3rd St. South Open Monday Friday 12 Noon Saturday CALGARY (CP) "I thought we had time for one play and then a coach Jim Duncan said Sunday in accepting the blame for a last- second miscalculation that sent his Calgary Stampeders reeling to a 31-29 defeat in a Canadian Football League game. "Il's my Duncan said of the decision to try one more play rather than a long field goal that might have capped a tremendous com- eback effort against Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The Stampeders, down 31-12 at the end of the third quarter, had stormed back to within two points of the Ticats and had the ball on the Hamilton 30-yard line with 18 seconds left to play. Duncan said he considered sending Larry Robinson in at this point to try for a field goal. Robinson had the benefit of a 20-mile-an-hour tail wind. Duncan changed his mind and on the next play Larry Brame broke through the Calgary line to dump quarter- back Peter Liske for a 10-yard loss That pushed the Stampeders back to the Hamilton 40 with 11 seconds remaining. FABULOUS WEEKEND Share with us a great Thanksgiving Weekend at Anglemont Estates on beautiful Shuswap Lake. Anglemont Estates consists of a nine hole golf course, air strip, marina lodge, ski area, guest ranch and motel. 3 days at our lovely motel, all meals and refreshment ONLY '40 PER COUPLE For reservations call Bob Preston El Rincho Motor Hotil 327-5701 Convinced that there was still time for a play and a kick. Duncan gave Liske the go- ahead but things didn't work out as planned. In attempting a handoff. Liske bumped into fullback Bob Wyatt. Wyatt hesitated, tried to find a hole and found the way blocked by charging Hamilton players He tossed a pass to Rudy Linterman. who was downed on the 37-yard line "I think they could've gotten another play off." said Hamilton coach Jerry Williams, "but all that tossing the ball around ate up the clock RUSHING LEADERS Eastern Conference TC NetAvg LG TD Hopkins. H 148 863 5 8 97 5 Harvey. M 93 739 7 9 66 1 Evenson 0 146 624 4 3 25 2 Ealoy H 68 373 5 5 69 2 Kendncks T 73 316 43 13 0 Western Conference TC NetAvg LG TD Bell E 163 945 58 73 4 Rood S 177 816 4 6 20 5 Mnsso BC 131 640 4 9 25 6 Foster. E 116 599 52 57 0 Thompson. S 111 566 5 1 57 0 PASS RECEIVING Eastern Conference No YdsAvg LG TD Allen T 31 643 207 100 4 Ebon T 30 444 148 40 3 Henley H 28 460 164 68 6 Oldh.im 0 27 519 192 45 4 Rodqors M 26 564 217 72 7 Western Conference No YdsAvg LG TD McGowan W 54 782 145 44 7 T C 44 565 128 46 4 Carnp.iivi S 38 626 165 68 7 Ebet S 38 602 158 67 6 Lint'irnnn C 36 458 12 7 53 2 story The Red Devils are an experienced club under the direction of John Chapman and they like to play it for keeps. In Sunday's game, a rough contest for a season opener, the concern over the ability of some of the smaller Longhorns to take the rough going came to an abrupt end. "It was the little guys who carried the play to the Devils." said Maxwell. Longhorns will see action twice at home on the upcom- ing holiday weekend. Saturday night Drumheller Falcons pay a visit to Henderson Ice Centre while Sunday the Red Deer Rustlers will make their first appearance of the year. Spartans lose power It looks as though the 1972 Foothills Football Conference champions are in trouble this season. The defending champion Coaldale Spartans, who were a power-house last year, seemed to have lost their steam and dropped a pair of games last week. Last Wednesday the Ray- mond Comets edged the Spar- tans 9-7 while Saturday Cardston completed the sweep by trouncing the Coaldale squad 27-8. Other games staged last Wednesday saw High River humiliate St. Mary's 70-0 and Claresholm defeated Okotoks 10-7 Meanwhile Raymond picked up their second victory of the week Saturday as they rousted Picture Butte 36-12. Vulcan also slipped past High River 22-12 and Claresholm shutout St. Mary's 20-0 LETHBRIDGE AMATEUR SWIM CLUB Wishes to extend a sincere appreciation to all who do- nated to our 1972-73 Swimathon and also to the follow- ing who so generously donated to our club- The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Lethbridge Rose Chapter No. 101 order of the Eastern Star, Picture Butte Kinsmen Club of Lethbridge Knights of Columbus No. 5726 Lethbridge Knights of Columbus No. 1490 Lethbridge Northern Bus Lines Lethbridge You SWIMMERS, COACHES AND PARENTS THE LETHBRIDGE AMATEUR SWIM CLUB Sports bodies lay charge Are Games pointless VARNA. Bulgaria tReuten The International Olympic1 Committee the seli- appomted body which runs the Olympic Games, came under strong attack Monday from other world sports bodies Speakers for international federations which control individual sports, and national committees which govern Olympic sport in their own countries, disputed at the 10th Olympic Congress the way in which the IOC has set its own standards on sport The congress, first since 1930. was called to allow the three groups IOC. federations and national com- mittees which have co- operated in staging the mod- ern forum for de- bate on problems arising-out of the size of the Games and changing conditions of com- petition. Thomas Keller. Swiss presi- dent of the International Row- ing Federation, speaking on behalf of the sports organizations, said the "changed role of sport in modern society and the suc- cess of the Olympic Games have made them (the Games) pointless." He attacked the IOC for try- ing to define conditions of amateurism in sports ot which they had no experience. Communist speakers all supported the Olympic ceremonies. Keller's statement outlined the case which the inter- national federations have drawn up in committees. Most federations now run their own world championships and have expressed a feeling that they can get along without the Olympics it necessary to maintain their independence. Speaking on the eligibility problem. Keller said "everyone interested in sport knows that entries for the Olympic Games have largely become an open exhibition of lying, which is quite incom- patible vvith the ethics of sport." The representative of the International Ski Federation. Philippe H e n c 2 o z of Switzerland, said his body reserves the right to make decisions itself on who should be eligible to compete in Olympic and other inter- national ski meetings. Lord Killanin, Irish presi- dent ol the IOC. promised that under his rule the governing body would give active leadership to world sport. Kilannin said an IOC com- mission has completed a study on the controversial Rule 28 which sets out terms of eligibility for Olympic com- petition. He said he would call a meeting in December with representatives of inter- national sports federations to agree on a new rule which will be accepted by the next for- mal IOC session and be applied to the 1976 Olympics in Montreal. China's future place in world sport may be a major problem which could split Asian countries from the Olympic movement, reliable sources said. There is no debate on the China question on the four-day Congress agenda but there has been continuing exchanges in committees lobbies. Leo the Lip leaves again Irene Thompson Thompson elected president HOUSTON (AP) Leo Durocher became manager of Houston Astros last year on a shot in the missed. Durocher. 67. who has man- aged three World Series base- ball teams, took charge of a team many forecast as a pen- nant contender for 1973. He said in the spring he'd like to take a team all the way one more time. Instead, the Astros tumbled from a second-place finish in 1972 to a disappointing fourth this season in the National League West So. Durocher announced his resignation Monday and general manager Spec Richardson named third-base coach Preston Gomez as his replacement. The official wording said Durocher resigned but it was more likely a retirement for the volcanic Durocher. whose career as a player and manager span about 50 years. "There were no factors in- volved in my resigning." Durocher said. "I feel great. But for someone who's been in baseball as long as I have there comes a time to rest. "My plans for the future in- clude going back to Palm Springs and teeing it up." Richardson told a news con- ference he had tried to talk Durocher out of resigning but his efforts were unsuccessful. Durocher's 13-month tenure with the Astros was far less volatile than much of his con- troversial career. Lions win again The league leading Lions recorded their fourth consecutive Lethbridge Minor Football League victory by whipping the Eskimos 25-7 at Henderson Stadium Monday night Pat McCune led the Lions to a 4-0 record by scoring three touchdowns while Dave Rae added a solo major and Mark Rowe a convert. Dave Creighton managed to tally the Eskimos' only six points while Jim Clark com- pleted the play with a convert. Meanwhile (lien Leffingweil had a held day as he notched 22 points, to lead the Stampeders to an easy 58-0 decision over the St. Mary's Eagles. During the evening. Lef- lingwell galloped to two touchdowns while adding seven converts and a field goal. Teammates Mike Matkm. Doug Merger. Tim Ross and Darryl Langndge chipped in with one major score apiece while Bruce Olsen added a pair Mrs. Irene Thompson will take over the reins of presi- dent of the women's section of the Lethbridge Curling Club for the season 1973-74. At a recent gathering Thompson was elected to replace Marg Rylands, this year's president. Other officers elected were Marty Seeman. second president, Joyce Gorrie first- vice president, June Hood secretary and Shig Sakamoto, treasurer. Barb Davis will look after draws. Fa ye Coleman Membership, Joanne Overn publicity, Marg Green prizes and Marguerite Linn social functions A number of trophies were presented after the success of the season. Myrna McQuarrie, who lost out in the southern final to Polly Beaton of Medicine Hat, won the club championship James Aird Memorial trophy and the Seeman trophy. Marg Scotter's foursome won the Special Occasion Shop's trophy while Irene Lindsay and her mates took home the Toyota Travel Centre silverware. The gals will hold their an- nual fall banquet Oct. 17, a Wednesday evening, at Enckson's. Anyone interested in attending the function is asked to contact Faye Coleman at 328-2689, before Oct. 5. Reverse worked ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Ent W New York St Louis Pittsburgh Montreal Chicago Philadelphia 32 81 80 79 77 71 99 95 L Pel. OIL 79 509 81 500 1'j 82 494 2'.- 83 488 3'? 84 478 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W 91 .438 11' 63 611 66 590 74 80 3' 543 11 506 17 472 22' 370 39 Cincinnati Los Angeles San Francisco Houston 82 Atlanta 76 85 San Diego 60 10? MONDAY'S RESULTS FIRST New York 010 220 13 0 Chicago 000 020 12 1 Seaver (19-10) McGraw (7) and Grote Hooton 114-17) Paul (5) Aker (7) Locker (9) and Rudolph HRs NY -Jones Chi Monday (26) SECOND New York at Chicago. 2nd. cancelled San Diego 100 111 7 1 Pittsburgh 000 300 5 2 Jones (7-6) Corkms (9) and Ken- dall Kison. Moose (12-13) (6) Giusti (9) and Sanguillen HRs (9) Pgh Zisk (10) LEADERS FINAL Baltimore Boston Detroit New York Milwaukee Cleveland Oakland Kansas City Minnesota California Tex.js 97 65 89 85 80 82 74 88 71 91 West 94 68 88 74 81 81 79 83 57 105 Pet. GBL 599 549 8 525 12 494 17 457 23 438 26 580 543 6 500 13 488 15 352 37 NATIONAL FOOTBALL American Conference Eastern Division W L T F Miami Buffalo NY Jets Baltimore New Enq 38 43 AB R H Pet. 680 115 230 338 525 86 168 320 81 187 73 177 Pet. 667 667 333 333 000 1 000 667 667 000 667 333 333 333 319 314 great STANDINGS I ons Romhers faql. LEADERS McC me L Inqarliekl B 04 W L T 0 0 134 1 o no 0 82 3 0 0 20 49 3fl 63 65 0 21G F A P 8 6 4 2 Pis. 60 38 30 28 24 24 18 DETROIT (AP) Detroit Lions shifted to reverse gear Monday night and left Atlanta Falcons stuck in "park." A pair of razzle-dazzle re- verse plays, plus the superb running of substitute fullback Mel Fnrr. led Detroit to a 31-6 thrashing of Atlanta in .the Na- tional Football League game before 45.599 fans. The win was the first for the Lions of the National Conference, Central against a loss and a tie Atlanta, in the Western Division of the National Conference, has lost two straight after a 62-7 win over New Orleans Saints. Atlanta wasted little time in getting on the Scoreboard as Nick Mike-Mayer kicked a 48- fiiricl goal four minutes into the game The Lions turned the game around three minutes later as wide receiver Larry Walton sprinted 57 yards for a touch- down on an end-around reverse Rose Cm Cedeno H Maddox, SF 587 Perez Cm 564 Watson. Hou 573 97 179 312 Simmons. SL 619 62 192 310 Cardonal. Chi 522 80 158 303 Smqleton Mil 559 101 169 302 Matthews SF 540 74 162 300 Garr All 668 94 200 299 HOCKEY SCORES NHL Exhibition Montreal 4 N Y Rangers 3 WHA Exhibition Toronto 2 Houston 1 Exhibition Oklahoma City CHL 6 Orillia OHA Sr 4 Central Division Pittsburgh 3 0 0 93 23 Cincinnati 2 1 0 54 51 Cleveland 2 1 0 42 57 Houston 0 3 0 31 94 Western Division Kansas City2 1 0 39 33 Denver 1 2 0 76 79 Oaklind 1 0 31 47 S.in Dieqo 1 2 0 47 65 National Conference Eastern Division Dallas 300 105 30 1 000 Washington 2 1 0 93 41 667 St I GUIS 2 I 0 7B 95 667 NY Giants 1 t 1 67 49 500 Plvla 0 2 1 1 53 85 167 Central Division Minn 3 0 0 57 32 1 000 Detroit 1 1 1 54 43 500 Green Bay 1 1 1 39 31 500 Chiraqo 1 2 0 63 56 333 Western Division 3 0 0 94 33 1 000 1 0 68 69 333 1 2 0 69 95 333 Atlanta San Fran TvJow OrlOrins 0 3 0 20 116 000 See Us For (Gulf] W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off the Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. "Your Firestone Dealer" Complete Tire Sales and Service 402 1st Ave. S. 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