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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta i nc uc i n 9th ANNUAL FARM AND RANCH TOUR 28 Days Australia and South Pacific Return Air Accomodatlon; SightsMing, Mvartl departures Jan. and Feb. from Calgary ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-3201 Pat Sullivan McCarthy's Plumbing Hot water and steam heating Gas tilting, additions and rep air Phone 327-6400 MILLER IN LEAD ST NOM-I A-BRETECHE. l-Ycinc-e (Reiter) Johnny Millo US Open champion, liretl ;i Ihrce under-parH9 Fn- to three-stroke lead .liter n.unds of fie Umeoirtc tfoll lournamcnt CANADA'S NO. 1 LOADER BOBCAT PHONE 328-4765 Ituds Unloads Hauls Lifts Fills Shovels Scoops Simps 4 wheel tint 4 models 500 ft. lo EMOIb Rwrt wrtt) or pittnut operator Contract prices AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge PERFORMANCE PREVIEW WESTERN QUARTER HORSE SALE Shanboma Stables 12 Miles Southwest of Calgary Saturday, Oct. 13, 2 p.m. Pl.n 10 H'lfsnd ihis outstanding preview and sale of show and w.uimq SOP these horses perform in English and Wes'.ern Pleasure, reining, jumpng. culling, roping and trail Preview starts at 1000 am Early consign- niciv ncludp 1 I aqt, Ni.vir AOHA Champion youlh gelding nvrn 1968 Canadian Inter culling champion Mi-Quo Siiow gelding with 4'l COHA points w? Smokn Youth performance gelding Youih pleasure mare Bi'ity Harmon Oil Ynulh culling horse mare Dow Drop Page Youth lumping prospect, mcely started Rnr p.-iqc Youih English Pleasure mare fi.iy S.iteena Youth winning lilly (3 yrs old) Taco Tune Youih hi point mare in Montana State Borinm Brcj winning show gelding Jinx Diamond 3 yr old youlh pelormance gelding Pius 6 well started- 3 year olds. 4 started 2 year olds, and several well broke mares and geldings TERMS: Cash or Crwqui iiv aiiri Salts Minigir Larry Irvine Lie. 010069 1020-10 Avt. S.W. Cilgiry Phone 245-2422 245-1087 Sill Sicritary Mrs. Miry Burwaih 4120-13A SI. S.E. Cilpry 274-3969 The Herald Sports hit I'verythmp What else is he going to say? When ;iskt'il what lie thought of the World Hockey Association overall (loidie Howe, d 25-vear veteran of the National Hockey League who recentlv signed with the Houston Aros. said he feels tin- Icapuo is well balanced and that a lot of good, entertaining hot-key will he pLived with any club having a good chance at a pliiuif t berth Do you also see where the WHA teams lost an average ol 2 5 million smackers each in their first year? Do vou luive any idea what the record is for the least amount of pitches thrown in a nine-inning game9 Apparently no records have been kept over the years but old-timers say Red Barrett ot the old Boston Braves once went through a full game in the 1940s jnd threw only 58 pitches Guess what the newest innovation in lootbull will be9 Disappearing goal posts that will sink at the push of a button, to open up the end zone to more scoring But football owners are still resisting such Pete measures as sudden-death in fact their 17-9 vote last was a lebull and are more likely to go next year to a two-point conversion Wlial would your choice be it asked to name three, all-time outheld imks from the Hall-Ot-Kame'' Most authorities go with Ty Cobb. Babe Ruth and Tris Speaker but Speaker mav luive to move over lor Willie Mavs Hank Aaron, who wanted just one1 pitch on the final day ol the 1973 baseball season. lell short ol Ruth's mark ot 714 home runs by one circuit clout It will he next belore Hammerm Hank eclipses the mark But one little Ian will remember Aaron during the off-season He wrote Hank thai "everytime I eatanOh Henry chocolate bai I II think ol Gene Mauch. manager of the Montreal Kxpos. h, is a simple explanation of losing streaks, and he has been involved in a lew ot them "Losing streaks are funny II vou lose .it the beginning of the season you got off to a bad start It vou lose in (he middle of the year, you're in a slump II uiii lose llu- end. you're choking Cincinnati Reds' says that playing the speedy San i .incisco Giants is like taking on the U S Olympic sprint team K.iil Ingarlield director of player personnel for the New York Islandeis of the National Hockey League, has had a good chance to assess Ins club's chances this season "The club looks right now We had a encouraging exhibition SIMM m who spent 10 years in the NHL before hanging up Ins skates, is very high on rookie Dennis Potvin. the Islanders In si dralt choice "He makes mistakes all rookies ilo rijili! now but he- II be a good one" The baseball play-offs will be under before vou read this but I have to go with the New York Mots CM Cincinnati m lour games and Oakland over Ballinioic in live 1 have to go that way because 1 bet the boss .UK! lie thinks I'm betting with my heart again instead of inv fie. id Tin' l.cllihndgf Marksmen Club has always shown keen in- I CMC' si m UCIMJ spoolers Cm Mill hi'll ciirrentlv living in Calgary, is one such young m.ii n v. im nvtMved his early training here in the city un- der the iiinvM..n of I-'rank and Kvelyn Leffingwell. Kiii 'u i iliis '.car Mitchell emerged from the Canadian cham- pionsliip, ,is the fourth ranked marksmen m the nation He was .selected to the Canadian team that will compete in the Federa- tion ol ica's International matches in Mexico against the lop shooters from the host country and the U.S.A. There is one catch Mitchell, despite being selected to the team will not i ect'ive any financial assistance Apparently he will qiialilv lor luniis in 1974 but only the top shooters of 1972 will iccline aid thi.s vear With this m mind hopes are that sufficient funds can be rais- ed to help I malice Mitchell to represent Canada at Mexico interested sportsmen wishing to donate funds to Mitchell mav do so thiough the Marksmen Club by calling the Lef- lingwells at T27-1027 or bv mail at 802 12 Street North. to Mrs Leffingwell. Mitchell should represent Canada at the 1976 Olympics in Montreal The experience gain- ed at Mexico will be ol great benefit to the young. 21-year-old m, a ksmen Cougar touchdown Dennis Chief Moon romps into the end zone Friday night with one of three, third-quarter touchdowns the Catholic Central Cougars scored as they got past Medicine Hat Vikings in Southern Late touchdowns do it Alberta High School Football League action at Henderson Park. LCI Rams and Winston Churchill Bulldogs also downed Gas City opponents. Cougars rally for win By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer Catholic Central Cougars exploded lor three third qii.iii'-r turn hdmuis and wont on In deleat Medicine Hat i icsiiMll llritjlls Viking ,i Soul In i n Football LMine The Cougars' second victory ol the season before 300 sup- potters at Henderson Stadium didn't alter the western conference standings at all on account ol a pair of interlock- ing league victories in Medicine Hat last mpht. The Lethbridge Collegiate Rams registered their fourth straight decision in as many st.irts by dropping McCoy Colts 23-7 while the Winston Churchill Bulldogs came back to dump Medicine Hat Mohawks 20-15 tor their third win ol the season ol last night, the Rams are still m first place at 4-0 while the Bulldogs are in se- cond and the Cougars third with 3-1 and 2-2 records respectively The Mohawks lead the eastern division with a 2-2 standing while the Colts and Vikings share second with a tie each after tour outings Meanwhile at Henderson Stadium last night, the two clubs engaged in an end-to-end ha 11 le I lie 11 rst two leis ul ,i' lion but llie 'IHIU u s Im.ilh look over 'i-i; n MM! will) ihree major i ni i1- in the thud STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MOM., OCT. 8 P.M. N.A. Title Bout: GIL HAYES n DAN KROFFAT YOKOUCHI FUJI vs PRINGLE 4 CODY ATLAS vs RAMIREZ 6 Big Bouts Watch Stampede Wrestling on CJOC-TV MINI MARKET Across from St. Michael's Hospital OPEN 11A.M. T011 P.M. We carry a full line of Schweppes Mixes and Confectionery Goods Dave Jackson was out- standing for the Cougars throughout the game as he lagged the ball 12 times for 197 yards. He also picked up a 70- yard quarter touchdown which broke the Vikings' back. Guy Pomahac was also instrumental in the Cougars' win as he galloped for a pair ol touchdowns while chewing up 88 vards m 10 attempts Fullback Steve Devcic was right behind Pomahac in the rushing department as he picked up 80 vards in 14 carries while adding a one- yard plunge over the goal line Other touchdowns came 1mm Allan Boras ynd Dennis Chief Call. On the other hand, the Vikings' ground game ol 177 was well under the Cougars' mark ol 404 yards. Vikings" quarterback Tom Stevenson seemed to have done most of the damage as he rushed for years m eight tries Stevenson was by far the outstanding plaver for the Vikings as he scored three majors while booting a 30- yard single. Byron Hirsche was other Viking player to hit pay- dirt as he scooted for a 30- on a reverse around right end Meanwhile in Medicine Hat last night, the Rams were held in a scoreless lirst ler lint Marled to click in I he -.eennd Rick Collier opened the scoring in the second quarter as he raced 40 vards for a ma- Randy Stevens booted the convert which gave the Rams a 7-0 lead. Mark Baldry increased the lead to 13-0 for the Rams midway through the second 'lii.iricr and (hen Stevens earned a single point on a mis- sed field goal attempt to ex- tend the margin to 14-0 before half time Maldrv connected lor his se- cond major of the evening ear- ly in the third quarter for a 21- 0 lead and then Stevens round- ed out the scoring by picking up a pair of points on two more missed tield goal attempts The Colts finally hit the IM (ourlh 'lu.iiler uhen Durbcniuk i iishrd IN irom the hoc Darryl Schuetzle made the convert to finish off the scor- ing in the game In the other tilt, the Bulldogs trailed 15-7 after three quarters but twro big touchdowns in the final 15 minutes earned them a hard- lought decision Quarterback Derek Redman and end Todd Poberznick were the key figures in the Bulldogs' win as they combined to tally their game winning touchdowns Redman and Poberznick combined lor pass-and-run plavs ol 45 and 16 yards to keep the Bulldogs m conten- tion in the western conference pennant race I'obei I i na I Imirlidowii came with less i han a minute It'll to plav in i In- u.niir Boh Meyers scored the Bulldogs onlv other major as he raced 14 vards into the end dining I he second quar- ter Kendall Duce also picked up an extra point in the second frame as he missed a field which bounced loo deep lor a return DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-0821 HI lie STRUT NORTH LETNMINE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD Lower Level 7th Street Snapping Mall Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone (403) 321-7411 ADDING MACHINES... South clubs shorthanded Lethbridge Longhorns and The Pass Red Devils will both be short handed when they host northern opponents in Alberta Junior Hockey League action this weekend. Following Tuesday's en- counter at Henderson Ice Letter to the editor A few comments about Tuesday's Red Devil- Longhorn junior hockey game by an ex-referee and long- time hockey fan. I believe the refereeing was as good as the control of the players from both benches. Both teams scored four goals each in a game that became a fiasco after the first period. A fair decision of the game should have been either a replay or a tie. As I understand it. the presi- dent of the league was in attendance and should have made a ruling on the disallow- ed goal at the end of the first period. I think suspensions should have been handed out to the two players who caused all the trouble by taking cheap shots at the goaltenders, to the player who left the bench to participate in the fight and to the 'Pass goaltender who left his net and smashed his stick over the plexiglass at the end of the rink The suspensions should have been for the next two times the two teams meet, once in Lethbridge and once in Blair- more. As a coach. John Chapman started the downhill of junior hockev with the Sugar Kings and if his record of suspensions and fines since coming to this league was reviewed by the league president, perhaps further in- cidents of the nature of Tuesday's game could be held to a minimum I offer my congratulations to the Longhorn executive for gaining control of our hockey team and the job they have done in such a short time. Garth Pilling, Lethbridge Centre that saw four players suspended, one for three games, the two south clubs will go into the holiday action with depleted ranks. will play without the services of Don Johnson and Bruce Small. Johnson got three games for leaving the bench, taking part in more than one altercation and overall poor conduct. Small received a one-game leave of play for his part in one of the many fights Tuesday The Red Devils will go without Brent McCracken and Brian Granfield. An appeal by the Red Devils to have a meeting with league officials after their ruling Wednesday to give the two points from Tuesday's game to the Longhorns has not. to date, come about. The Red Devils are arguing that the league president does not have the authority to overrule an official In Tuesday's game, won 4-3 by the Pass in overtime, was awarded to the Longhorns by a 4-3 count after the league allowed a Lethbridge goal that the referee had disallowed Tonight at 8'30 at Henderson the Longhorns meet the Drumheller Falcons. The Falcons won their only game of the year by doubling the score, 8-4. on the Calgary Canucks, defending league champions. Sunday the Red Deer Rustlers, currently 1-1 for the year, will pav a seven o'clock visit At Blairmore, the Red Devils play host to Red Deer tonight at 8 30 and then Drumheller Sunday at 7 p m LDS dinner Saturdav. .January 26. 1974 has been selected as the date lor the 6th annual LDS Father and Son Athletic Awards Ban- quet. Announcements concerning head table guests and the master ol ceremonies will be made on a week-to-week basis prior to the banquet. Tickets lor the dinner will be apiece and will be available to the public in the comiilg weeks ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Drumheller Calgary Lethbridge The Pass Red Deer Edmonton 10842 1 1 12 11 2 11572 11752 1 1 9 13 2 01560 K F pts Ui.inilnn I 0 I fl B .1 Klin Klon 101 i 4 .T Swilt Current 001 441 HrL'in.i ii i i i 11 I 0 2 40 (inn n no K.imlixips Mi-clKHIc lljt i u i n n i 010 0 0 n 0 (I 0 000 4 1 4 o o o o o o o I KM KM NHL Exhibition Boston 8 N. Y. Rangers 6 California 3 N.Y. Islanders 3 Chicago 2 Montreal 2 Minnesota 7 Vancouver 0 Philadelphia 3 Toronto 3 WHA Exhibition Long Island NAHL 6 Chicago 3 Edmonton 5 Vancouver 3 Winnipeg 5 Minnesota 3 Western Canada Flm Flon 3 Saskatoon 2 Calgary 4 New Westminster 4 Regma 4 Brandon 2 Saskatchewan Junior Weyburn 4 Moose Jaw 2 I Mllhs in DXKIS Fournier. Miners 44 Shaw, Legion 38 Wolstoncrolt, Legion 38 Larson, Miners.......37 Lazaruk, Labor ..............35 Black, Legion...........33 Manning. ANAF ...........31 Miles, ANAF................29 Hacked. Elks .................28 Spence. Elks...........27 Fritz, Legion ...........27 Blacker. Miners ..............26 Baker, Elks.................... 26 Jones. Legion...........26 Knutson, Labor............. 25 Shiels. Miners .....25 Haynes. Elks.............24 McKnight, ANAF Martin, Miners Babmec, Labor Slark. Elks Clements. Miners Trebor, ANAF Bodio, Legion Uhryn, Labor Gaydostik, ANAF 22 22 22 21 20 19 19 19 19 See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off the Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. "Your Fireslone Dealer" Complete Tire Snips and Service 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;