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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHBJilDCE HERAIO Monday. Otlobcr 1 '971------------------------ Visilors (ind points hard lo come by s no place like home for happiness F.y TIIK CANADIAN IMIMSS Familiar turf and the pleasant cheers of home had their effect during (lie weekend in the Cuna fliiin Football League, wilh visit- inj l( im-> itilr (I to ml in thu M mi] I Hamilton 17-1 Sun- I Uiiiicd Ihcir lliird-phre lie will] jn day in an interlocking The win over the Eastern Conference team left I mills up {n S i 1 n It o u R h r i d e r s, who MUC H tin i wl In Winnipeg Blue (UK i n M i i 1 Winnipeg at II points each, ono hack o.' Saskatchewan, by dis- pensing with .Montreal Alouettcs il-n in iinolher interlocking game. In Calgary, the Slampeder de- fence gave up a measly 117 lo Hamilton while hauling down quarterback Joe Zugcr a half-dozen times as lie searched in vaiii for an open receiver. The Tiger-Cat ground game accounted for an insignificant 52 yards, including a 27-yard ram- bio by Bob Anderson. The Stampcdcr offence, In front of tans, piled up 3 nel gain of 429 yards. Quarterback Jim Lindsey, fill- ing in for injured veteran Jerry Keeling, split the gains between rushing and passing but went lo the air for two touchdowns. He hit Rudy Lintcrman, who suf- fered a knee injury later in the game, from seven yards out, then [iiit the hall into the hands of Ilcrm Harrison for the other six points. Larry Hobinson converted both and .scored on one of three field goal attempt.s. IljmJlton's point came on a 41-yard punt by Zugcr. Sunday's loss .hurt Jack Gotta the most By GRAHAM COX OTTAWA (CP) Ottawa Rfiiigh Riders beat Toronto Ar- gonauts everywhere but on Ihc Scoreboard Sunday, losing 12-3 before disappointed East- ern Football Conference Jans. The trouble ran all but four of their plays from outside the Toronto 40- yard line and never appeared U> 'threaten at any time during the game. This left bolb coaches dis- In Vancouver, the B.C. de- i fenders kept a close guard on Montreal receivers and picked i five passes, two of which the offence turned into touchdowns. Wayne Alatherne intercepted llircc times and one of hJs catches set up rookie quarter- back Don Moorhead for a four- yard scoring run in the final Ihc Riders gruntleil, the players grim and Sheffield loses first encounter silent and the fans displeased. "We were lucky to win, Moorhead, who went all the way before fans, passed were so Tornoto coach ilo LarrV Highbaugh and Jim Leo Cahill said while coach for two of the oilier six- Jack Gotta of Ottawa plained: LONDON (CP) Manchester United, back at its best and bursting with determination, be- came the first team to beat >heffield Uniled when it topped Short sport IORTON UNHAPPY DETROIT Tiger outfielder Willie Horton says he is finished with baseball m Detroit. 'I'm not playing any more Horton said after the Ti- ;ers ended the season with a 2-1 oss to CI e y e 1 a n d Indians night. "I've made up my mind." the newly-promoted Sheffield side 2-0 Saturday. A typically flamboyant goal by George Best, six minutes from the end. put Manchester ahead. The Northern Ireland wizard took possession of the ball nearly the halfway line and beat a crowd of defenders to score with a brilliant shot off the far post. Alan Cowling added another goal to seal vic- tory before a home crowd of i Sheficld United still leads the 18 com- Fullback Jim Evenson, who "Our throwers aren't throw- carricd for 103 yards Saturday ing and our catchers the first Canadian catching." Football League player this sea- The pi a y c r s dotted Ihcir iso" with more than yards dressing room benches like rushing, bulled his way for the mule and heads olllcr touchdown. the fans showed their general feelings by a scr- ies of boos for Ottawa quarler- back Rick Cassata in the second half. game. Cassata had been spared this I Ken until last week when Ottawa put Gary Wood on waivers and Evenson, with 1.011 yards in II games, traded blows with former team-mate Bill Whisler and bofh were ejected from the brought in former B.C. Paul Brothers. Phillips completed the B.C. scoring with two converts and a single while Ted Gercla UP) First Division with one ahead of the Man- chester squad. Derby County is third with 10 points. It is tiie only unbeaten team in the division, but has been tied six times. Derby downed Newcastle United 1-0 Saturday to stay one point I ahead of Manchester City, 2-0 WHAT GOES UP Chicago Block Hawks left wing Bobby Hull, left, and Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Brad Selwood wait for puck to drop back lo the ice dur- ing exhibition name Sunday night- al Chicago. Horton, 27, has a reputation of i winner over West Bromwich Al- being moody. He has been in HELL) TO DRAW Norwich City's lead in the and out of manager Billy Mar- tin's doghouse all season. j He was pulled from Wednes- Bow LAYER BEATS ROSEWALD BERKELEY, Calif. CAP) Rod Laver. playing bis best ten- j iiis of the week, defeated fellow I Australian Ken Rosewall Sun- day, 6-4, 6-4, 7-6, to win the two poinis when it was held to a scoreless draw at. home by Queen's Park Rangers. An outstanding performance in the Third Division came from Shrewsbury Town, which de- feated Blackburn Rovers 7-1 CAPRI BOWL YBC JUNIORS AND SENIORS .V.urray '.Ycstlinci K'cvaes 7JO Tr cherve Otermeyer I7B Passoy Nadine Kovar', Lcri ;QO; Leslie K chuk 2f.O. CPR LEAGUE Janice Jchnscn st-.irlc j prize in the Red-1 after novcrs, Roalk R wood Bank InleraaHonaJ Open i Jones d ,u lenms championships. any J 1 Hnv t vrv invc Khrewburv's Alf Wood netted goals and added "Icr (he interval to total to 14 from J2 .earner. Scotland, Aberdeen .emerged as Ihc new First Divi- leader a 2-0 win car Bon a vena, Argentine brhlg hJ5 heavyweight, was awarded a. jea decision over Alvin Blue Lewis j jjj1 of Detroit Saturday night when i Cassata threw one intercep- tion and Brothers Uvo in the brief lime lie was allowed to lead what attack Ottawa had. Two Ottawa points came on a fine defensive move by lineman Wayne Smith when 'he nailed Toronto quarterback Joe Theis- mann in his own end zone for a safety touch in the first quarter. Marcel De Lceuw punted 43 yards for a single. The only real attack the Lion! got another single. 'DEFENCE COMES THROUGH In Winnipeg, the Blue Bomber defence broke a pattern of in- consistent play to go with ail- other solid offensive showing by the club. The victory, in front of fans, snapped a five-game Sas- katchewan winning streak. Wmnipeg coach Jim Spavital said "the over-all performance was the best we've had all sea- son. But Saskatchewan wasn't Argos showed ended in a 23- 1 1JP lo tlleir capabilities, yard touchdown pass to Mike I mentally." Eben in the first quarter. Their Quarterback Don Jonas threw other points came from Ivan Ifour MacMillan with a convert and a j .IB-yard field goal and from Zenon Andrusyshyn with two punt singles. GAME MOSTLY DEFENCE Beyond that it was mosllv Lewis was disqualified for ting in the seventh round. The bout was scheduled for 10 rounds. solid, sometimes brilliant, de- fensive football. The Riders had 13 first downs (o nine for the Argos and a net offence of 271 yards compared with 200 for Toronto. The one really bright, spot for Toronto, perhaps of the game, was Theismann who completed 12 of 18 passes for 113 yards and ran 12 times for 62 yards. But here too the Riders were on (op with Cassata and Broth- ers good on 12 of 30 pass at- tempts for 16] yards. Brothers tried three passes, completed none and had two in- tercepted. On the ground the Riders ncl- 8 yards lo 110 for the Ar- passes, two Jim Thorpe and Paul His 23 passes for a total of 360 yards set single-season club records of 207 completions and yards passing. ANDY CAPP POOR ASTHISN FEAR OF CWNKIN1 ALL 'IS W3NEY AWAY BEFORE IT'S CLOSIN1 _______________ AN1 'E 'AS THIS OTHER FEAR THAT IT'LL BE CLOSIN' TIME BEFORE 'E'S ALL'IS J MONEY ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCOR PRO FOOTBALL WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Calgary 9 .1 0 247 122 .katchewan 6 5 0 Tib lib 13 B.C. 5 S 1 205 ?Ifi 11 5 7 1 315 305 11 2 10 0 144 263 4 Winnipeg LEADERS: Jonas, W C Reed, S Culler, E fiC Thorpe, W Abendschan, rron, W TD C FG S Pis 3 3-1 13 100 1 25 10 10 0 0 0 12 13 0 16 11 0 0 0 IB 10 EASTERN CONFERENCE Toronto -familton Montreal Ottawa_ LtAiJtio: 0 235 19? IB 0 143 142 0 170 181 0 197 233 FG S Pts 51 over j Dennis Duncan out- yards compared wilh 264 yards. Previous marks were held by Jack Jacobs who in 1951 threw 204 times for 3.248 yards. Running back Mack Ilerron got the other Winnipeg touch- down on a one-yard plunge. Jonas converted all six-point- ers fo push his season points-to- tal to 100. Saskatchewan scored on wide field goal attempts, one in each of the first two quarters. Roughridevs1 fullback George Reed fumbled three times and lost each as he carried the bulk of the Roughriders ground game. Winnipeg piled up 23 first downs to 13 by Saskatchewan and had a net offence of -178 22 11 20 9 7 14 0 0 16 1 47 jo Siiiert in second WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) Francois Covert won his first Grand Prix race .Sunday, riding home far in front of old pro Jo Siffert before more than at Watkins Glnn. But the 27-year-old son of a French jeweler let if. he known Homulcs immediately that the United By States Grand Prix was about i w the fourth choice en his list of places where he wanted to. break into flic winner's circle. Dunfirmline. Hibernian, second rushing Theismann with 77 on goal average, tied 1-1 at yards on ifi carries. Mothenvcll. This all led Cahill [o observe 237; Rnl- BANTAMS Judy Maclean 157; n TJC; Lynn 13 lopck 21fi: iMirhfl.-l Gcrla irschenman IF.5; Kevin Pr AGT MIXED tfli? 29.1 Amo! Ir.ria Balazs Maureen 25-1; DODO ISi; Del 54 Ken Rollag 23S. CIVIL SERVICE i.-scri? R.ih SifKile 285 Dick Tuk 2S-: Barb Glasgow Celtic lost it.s place at the lop and its unbeaten j record when it lost, 1-0 at home 3o: lo St. Johnstono. Glasgow Rangers were beaten 26 i 2-1 away to Hearts for their f mirth defeat in five league 73 mutches. Celtic and Rangers were both ;i rocked by 32nd-minute goals. i John Connolly raced on to a 13! Jim Pearson pass to score what that Theismann "definitely was the difference for us i c "I don't want lo take it away I Yards from their defence, but we were j lucky to win'1 he said. "We had mteVcer absolutely n o that's all there is about it." The Argonauts, who lead the i conference with nine wins in 11 games, meet the Alouetles in Montreal Oct. 10. The Kiders, who have only three wins in 11 CALGARY 17 HAMILTON 1 proved to be the winner for St.! games arc at home fo British Johnstonc over CelUc. Columbia Oct. n. Tommv Murray Penaltics-yarc WINNIPEG Yards passing Ho: utrc shocked is! Rangers wilh a Iremendoiis shot 11 which put Hearts ahead. Jimmy lobbed home Hearts' sec- ond goal five minutes from the 12 end before Willie Johnstone ret- JJ j ted a consolation goal for Rangers. TORONTO 1? OTTAWA 3 TOR no lie ?oo 12-13 3 n 16--15 0-0 13-S-l 119 161 27i f1 12-30 F D-n i I n. n 2-1 6-50 offrn ade-tried Interceptions-yds. Punts-avg. Fuintrles-'lcsf Penaities-yds 1J-7P 13-30 1-15 2-49 1550 11-41 15-31 1-0 9-10 10-37 0-0 13-33 5 0 0 0 30 t. 0 D 0 2J AA y, T H Oldi-am, O Van Ness, M Syn-idns, T 3 0 0 0 16 Cooper, O 3 0 0 01B NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T F A PCI. 3 7 A 34 1. 000 N.Y. G SI. Lou Phila. Green 0 .667 1 0 64 90 .667 .1 2 0 55 .333 .0 3 0 24 110 .000 Central Division .....2 1 0 40 J9 .667 ..2 1 0 SB 61 .667 2 1 0 74 72 .667 AMnnesola .2 1 0 52 33 .667 Western Division San Fran. 2 1 0 E6 -13 .667 Allanta 1 1 1 78 78 -500 LCT> Angeles ..1 1 1 57 47 .500 New Orleans .1 1 1 57 71 .500 AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T F A PCI. Baltimore 3 l 0 58 17 .667 Miami l 1 1 .19 33 .500 New Enaland 1 2 0 30 A3 .333 N Y Jets ..1 2 0 7.1 J9 .33.1 Buffalo ......0 3 0 51 97 .OW Central Division Cleveland -.2 0 0 13 1.000 Isburgh 7 1 0 57 M .667 Cincinnati .1 1. 0 M 55 .333 Houston 0 2 1 29 6-t .000 Western Di' Kansas Oaklant Diego Denver Cily 1 2 0 50 40 .467 0 AQ 20 .500 0 38 69 .33n. 1 26 60 ,000 Penn Stale IS Air Force H Temple 3-1 Boston Univ 10 SOUTH Alabama JO Mississippi Auburn 38 Kentucky 6 Boston Coll ?4 Richmond 0 Florida St. 17 Virqlnia Tech J Georola 35 Mississippi St 7 Georgia Tech 2-1 Clemson U Louisiana State 33 Rice 3 Louisville dl Daylon 13 Miami. Fla Baylor 15 North Carolina 27 N Carolina S! 7 Tennessee 20 Florida 13 Wake Forest IB Maryland H West Virginia 20 Pittsburgh SOUTHWEST Arkansas 49 Texas Christian 15 Texas 35 Oregon 7 Tuba 17 West Texas SI 7 MIDWEST Iowa Stale 17 Kent 51 U Michigan -ifi Navy 0 Minnesota 38 Kansas 10 Nebresfcs -32 Uish State Northwestern 24 Wisconsin 11 Notre Dame 14 Michigan St I Ohio S'afe 35 California 3 Oklahcma 33 Souihrrn Cal 20 Purdue 45 13 Syracuse 7 Indiana 0 Toledo 31 Ohio 28 Washington 52 Illinois 1! FAR WEST Arizona 5t Texas, El PaM) 7 Colorado 31 Kansas St U 21 Duke 9 Stanford 3 Idaho 21 Montana IS New Mexico 14 Brlgham Young 0 Oregon St 34 UCLA 17 Texas Tech. 13 Arizona 10 Washington St 34 Utah 12 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY NHL Exhibition Philadelphia 2 Montreal 1 Detroit 5 California 2 Toronto 2 Cnicngo 0 Buffalo 5 Cincinnati AHL 4 Ontario Junior London 5 St. Calharines 9 Ottawa 5 Peterborough 6 Hamilton 1 SATURDAY NHL Exhibition St. Louis 3 Toronlo 1 Vancouver 8 Los Angeles Chicago 2 AMnnesota 2 AV York 3 Detroit 1 ilndelphla A Hershey AML J f'alo 7 Pittsburgh 2 SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE Div Dftllas win streak comes to a halt Look who's unbeaten-surprising Redskins EXPORTS REGULAR AND KINGS By TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS "The future is said George Allen after being named head coach and general man- ager of Washington Redskins last he wasn't kidding. In Allen's first season at the helm, the Redskins, perennial losers in the National Fooihall League, are off to their fastest start since For the first time in 2H years, they have won their first Ihree regular-season games, (heir lat- est triumph a 20-lfi upset over Dallas Cowboys Sunday in the Cotton Bowl. "This should make up for the Senators' coming to said the smiling Allen, referring to the recently-announced shift of Washington's baseball fran- chise to Dallas-Fort Worth for next season. "We had to make the folks back home proud of us.'' Charley Ilarraway's 57-yard touchdown run in the first quailcr, Hill Kilmer's 50-yard TD pass to Roy Jefferson in the second quarier and second-half field goals of 2.S and 32 yards by Curt Knight accounted for the Washington scoring. The victory put the Redskins WRESTLING TONIGHT! .PM. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM CAMPBELL and VON HESS vs BELAFONTE and QUINN i txciiiny Matches 14 TV Wrosllcn 52, SI.50 into sole possession of first place: in the Eastern Division of Hie National Football Confer- ence and left them as (lie only unbeaten club in the NFC. Cleveland Browns, tlic. lone undefeated team in the Ameri- can! Conference, puts it.s 2-0 record on the line tonight against Oakland Raiders in a televised game. In S u n r! a y 's other NFI, games: Detroit Lions held off Atlanta Falcons -II-38, Hallimoro Colts whipped New England Patriots Minnesota Vikinps over- powered Buffalo Bills 19-0, Txis Angeles Hams downed Chicago Hears 17-3. San Francisco MDers battered Philadelphia Kaiilrs and Kansas (lily Chiefs trimmed Denver Broncos Both York team.s won. The (Hants nipped St. Louis Cardinals 21-20 and the .Icls downed Miami Dolphins Bay Packers lopped Cin- cinnati Bengals 20-17, Pillsb'irgh Sleelor.s defeated San Diego Chargers 21-17 and New Orleans S'aints and Houston Oilers strug- gled lo a 1.1-13 tie. Detroit defensive back Mike Wcger, who scored on a 52-yard fumble return, described the Lions-Falcons game as a "free- for-all." Wide receiver Ken Bur- row, who grabbed six passes fo. 130 yards, scored two touch- downs for the Lions. Grog Landry tossed two scot- ing passes for the Falcons. Karl Morrall and Johnny Urn- (as combined for 19 pass com- pletions in 2-1 attempts, veteran Tom Matte and rookie Don Not- tingham each ran for a toiich- I down and .Jim O'Brien kicked field goals of -11, -12 and SO yards in Baltimore's victory over New Kngland. 1 Minnesota Vikings dumped Buffalo quarterback Donnis Shaw for losses totalling 1 53 yards, giving the Rills only eight, net yards in the air. Dave Oslwrn sparked the Minnesota offence, rushing HI times for 93 yards, catching five passes for 65 yards and scoring once. Angeles' victory over Chi-, cago was its first in tbree games under new coach Tommy Prothro and ended the Cinder- ella heroics of quarterback Kent after replacing injured starter Jack Concannon, com- pleted only five of 23 passes for yards and bad Ihree intcr- cepled against the Rams1 fircd- up defence. San Francisco, in handing winlcss Philadelphia it.s third lopsided loss, rolled up 510 total yards, including MR in the air. John Brodie fired three (ouch- down pisses for tlic ''liters, two to Ted Kwalick. .Ian Slenerud Iwiotcd three field goals for Kansas City against Denver and Aaron Brown scored the game's only louchdoun on a M-yard pass in- terreplion. Fran Tarltenton scored one ouchdown and passed for an- other, while rookie Rocky Thompson .streaked 93 yards with a kickoff return for an- TD, sparking the Giants' ipsct over St. Louis. FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY Canadian League Toronto 1? Ottawa 3 jary 17 Hamillon 1 British Columbia Junior couver 49 Victoria 6 North Shore 2 Burnofly 1 SATURDAY Canadian League Winnipeg 35 Saskatchewan British Columbia 20 Monlreal 0 Man.-Sask. Junior Saskatoon 31 Winnipeg 13 Alberta Junior Edmonton 58 Calgary 11 First tjflme of best-of-throc fin? Western Intercollegiate Alberta 21 Saskatchewan 18 Manitoba 33 Calgary 2 COLLEGE FOOTBALL EAST Army 22 Missouri 4 Colgate 2S Yale 31 Columbia 2B Princeton 10 Cornell 3t Rutgers 17 Dartmouth 29 Holy Cross 9 Harvard 17 Northeastern 7 Pennsylvania 17 Brown U Sheffield U i United Derby Rirm'ghm Asfon Villa Nolls C Swansea Plymouth RrenHord Scunthcrpe W L r 1 IK 5 6 0 18 1 IS t 17 2 IB 3 3 2 17 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUS Morton Cowd'nb'th Won' rose 51. Mirren Arbrolah Queen of S SNOW ELRICH TIRE LID. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 401 III AVI. Sotilh Phone m-tm or 397-444! ;