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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurwlgy, I, 1170 THI UTHMIDGI HEXALD 13 Alouettes Bow In Rugged Struggle Stampeders' Defence Sparkles By GERRY BUTTON CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampeders, cashing in on alert reactions from halfback Ron Stewart and tackle Fred James, woo a battle of defences Wednesday night for an 11-4 win over Montreal Alouettes In a Canadian Football League game. Stewart, with one of Calgary's three interceptions, combined with James for the biggest'de- fensive play of the interlocking contest, watched by fans in a driving snowstorm. They stopped Montreal quart- erback Sonny Wade on a third- down gamble from the Calgary 15, throwing him for a three- yard loss and enabl'tig Stampeders to take over ball late in the fourth quartei Calgary was leading 10-4 at th time. "If Montreal was going to ro out a guard would give me th inside and go for my sai James in an interview. waited until .the guard made th ANDY CAPP i I LNE-AN LET LIVE ELLOAN SHAKES HANDS SOOb NIGHT Minor Teams Still Tied Stamps, Eskies Win "It looks pas though the Eski- mos and the Stampeders will be fighting off in the champion- ship game as both clubs picked up easy victories in Lethbridge Minor Football action last eve- nin ing. Wit ith their wins they have put BACK IN THE SOUTH Raymond'. Tim Tollestrup is back in southern Alberta after performing in college basketball In Utah. He'll lee action Sunday and Monday nights with the University of Lethbridge Chinooks in exhibition play with the touring Yugoslavian Rabotnicki team. Sunday's game at is at the Exhibition Pavilion with Monday's tilt in Raymond. the Lions and Bombers out o the running for the two play-of spots open to the top two teams Last night the Eskimos bombed the Lions 27-0. Boss Wakelin, Bill Broder Mark Baldry and S. Calder each picked up a touchdown for the winners. Wakelin was also good on three convert attempts. Baldry and Calder picked. up their majors on defensive plays, with Baldry intercepting a pass to run for his score while Calder picked up the ball on a block kick 'and scooted across the goal line. The Stampeders did not give the Bombers much of a chance crushing them 41-12. Jeff Chan of the Stampeders had himself another fine nighl scoring four touchdowns, two of them being 50-yard runs. Randy Pilling and Cam Me- Intosh chipped in with one touchdown apiece while Mcln- tosh also was good on four con- vert attempts. The Lions also picked up a single point on an attempted punt return catching a Bomber in his own end zone. For the Bombers Guy Poma- hac was the only player to hit the score sheet picking up both their touchdowns. He scored on a 50-yard pass and. run play and a 70-yard end sweep. Next Wednesday will conclude the final league games for the season. The Eskimos are set to meet the Bombers and the Stampeders will tangle with the Lions. Therefore it looks as though the league will finish in a first place tie between the Eskimos and Stampeders. HERE NOW! Norbridge Marine Servicentre in LETHBRIDGE A go-anywhere, do-anything mini-vehicle. It's a dune buggy and a snowmobile all in one. Ir fea- tures a guisy 5 h.p. engine and a torque converter transmission (gives you the power when you want SNOW ALL-TERRAIN The Dunecyde is an all-terrain ve- hicle it is extremely stable due to its wide low stance. The right and left independent rear brakes give maximum control in corner- ing and braking. Take it with you in i'he station wagon or in your car trunk to where the action is! SEE THE DUNECYCLE NOW AT- Norbridge Marine Servicentre 1252 3rd Avenue N. Phone 327-6960 first move, then I shot and grabbed'Wade's legs and hung on." James, in his fourth year with Calgary, became a regular starter on defence after veteran tackle Granville Liggins suf- fered a groin injury more than a month ago. Liggins has been placed on the injured reserved list. IN SECOND SPOT The victory gave Calgary sole possession of second place in the' Western Football Confer- ence with 14 points, two ahead of Edmonton Eskimos, and six behind Saskatchewan Rough- riders. British Columbia Lions, still in the playoff battle, have 10 points and a game in hand on both Calgary and Edmonton. The Alouettes, who lost both games of their Western swing including a 29-10 setback last Sunday to Saskatchewan, re- mained in first place in th Eastern Football Conference. They have 12 points, two more than Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger.Cats. Most of the scoring came in the third quarter with a 25-yard touchdown pass to Dave Cran- mer from quarterback Jerry Keeling accounting for the win- ning points. Larry Robinson added the re- maining points with a 40-yard field a single and a con- vert. His field goal gave him a career total of 113, one' behind the CFL record held by Don Sutherin, recently released by the Argonauts. George Springate, with a 30 yard field goal, and Wade's 73 yard single off the crossbar ac counted for Montreal's scoring DEFENSE STRONG Among Calgary's other defen sive stars were tackle John Hel on, ends Dick Suderman ant 3raig Koinzan and middle line- )acker Wayne Harris. The Stampeders .lost Keeita early in the fourth quarter when le was hit by a Montreal de- "ender during an option play But the 10-year veteran said he only suffered a rib separation md would play Monday againsl he Eskimos in Edmonton. Leading rusher was Mont real's Moses Denson who col ected 110 yards on six carries lookie fullback Hugh McKinnis of Calgary got 99 yards on 1 carries-to take over the WFC ead with 830 yards, 47 ahead of Jim Evenson of the Lions. Montreal had 18 first downs to .0 by Calgary and had a nei of 326 yards, including .99 rushing, while the Stamped- ers' total was 274. Gig Perez and Frank Andru- iM picked off passes thrown by o n y Passander, Montreal's jackup quarterback, and A Phaneuf intercepted his eighth pass of the season for the Al- raettes. TAMPS 11 ALOUETTES 4 Mil. Cal. ;lrst downs IS 1< 'ards rushing....... 199 17 passing....... 165 et offence.......... 326 assed made-tried 15-30 ntercepllons 1-8 unis-avg. yds....... 9-41 umbles-losr 2-2 enaltles-yds........ 6-10 TOUGH GOING Fullback Dennis Duncan of the Montreal Alouettes finds the Calgary Stampedpr defence rough and tough in his efforts to gain ground Wednesday night. Joe Forzanl, 73, and Wayne Harris, 55, help Dick Suderman, 67, make the stop as the Stamps came up with an 11-4 win. It gave them" sole possession of second place, two points up on Edmonton Eskimos whom they meet in a nationally televised game Monday afternoon, 120 TIA 7-23 3-59 u-is 0-0 J-M Payment Admitted By Amateur STOCKHOLM (Raiters) 'auli Nevala of Finland, the 964 Olympic javelin champion, ays he earned between and a season as an ath- ete and dares Avery Brundage o disqualify him from future Mympics. Nevala, 30, said in an inter- rfew published in the Stockholm newspaper Aftonbladet today that be was paid at least each time he competed in a track and field meet, which was bout 40 to 50 times a season. He added: "It is known as compensation for travel costs and lost working hours.' But his double morality has got to nd. Call it 'payment for a ob'." "Certainly (Internationa] ilympic Committee President Brundage can disqualify le. But I do not' think he will are. If I am disqualified, I will ring out figures on how much le stars in the East and the Vest earn from their sport. "And then Brundage might just as well abandon his Olym- pic activities." Nevala, one of Finland's main hopes for a medal at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, said he felt it was time someone stepped forward to tell the truth about "shamateurism." WINGER HURT VANCOUVER (CP) Van- couver Canucks, who open their National Hockey League season here Friday against Los Angeles Kings, learned Wednesday that right winger Ed Hatoum will be out for at least six weeks. Hatoum suffered it shoulder injury during a practice session Wednesday. and a later exam- ination showed a complete shoulder separation. He's Played For Both Series Rivals Pappas Picks Orioles In Five BALTIMORE (AP) Milt Pappas, who has pitched for both teams, picks Baltimore Orioles over Cincinnati Reds in the World Series opening Satur- day in Cincinnati. "I pick the Orioles in five was the prediction of Pappas, the only National League pitcher to hurl a shutout over the powerful Heds this sea- son. "The Orioles and Reds have the same kind of power, great defence and speed." Pappas said. "If the Orioles have an edge going into the series, it's with their start- ing pitchers. 'It's true what everybody says about Cincinnati's hitting, but I think the Baltimore pitch- ers have a better shot against the Reds than Cincinnati pitch- ers do against the Orioles." Right-handed Jim palmer, a 20-game winner during the regu- lar season, will start for Balti- more in the first game, followed by left-handers Mike Cuellar and Dave McNally, both 24- game winners. 'After the Reds use Gary said Pappas, who started the season with Atlanta Braves and finished with Chi- cago Cubs, "I think they'll have to start going to their bullpen. "If you get good pitching against Cincinnati, you can win your shane, and I believe the Orioles can get it." Palmer, who pitched Hie final game of Baltimore's three-game American League playoff sweep over Minnesota Twins Monday, got the starting job from mana- ger Earl Weaver in the first game because of Cincinnati's predominantly right-handed hit- ting power. That means Cuellar will have seven days rest by the time he starts Sunday and McNally eight by next Tuesday. The four-day layoff after win- ning the pennant by scoring 27 runs on 36 hits comes at an inopportune time for the Ori- oles. "It may not hurt Robin- son said, "but it can't help us." The Orioles, who leave for Cincinnati Friday morning, have not lost since Sept. 19. They won their final 11 games of the regular season and then added three more in the play- offs. Bulldogs And Cougars Tangle Friday Evening The Winston Churchill Bull- dogs who are currently in first place in the Southern Alberta High School Football League will be challenged by the sec- ond place Catholic Central Cou. gars tomorrow evening. In the only game these two clubs have met this season, the Bulldogs gained a. 21-13 victory over the defending champions. The Bulldogs in their last out- ing fought to a 12-12 stalemate with the LCI Rams while the Cougars walked over a-visiting Red Deer club 24-6 last Friday night. Both clubs will be fired-up for the rugged battle with the vic- tor having to come up with a pretty strong game. Action is slated for 8 p.m. at the Henderson Ball Park. Meanwhile the LCI Rams will host the Calgary Wise Wood Two Sigu MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Min- nesota North Stars announced Wednesday the signing of two players, including right winger Fred (Buster) Harvey, the'Na- tional Hockey League club's top draft choice who played junior hockey in 1909-70 with Hamilton in the Ontario Hockey Associa- tion. Bill Hcindl, 24, a left winger, also was signed. Heindl played last year with the Canadian Na- tional team. Monday to tune game against up for their the Winston Churchill next Friday night. The exhibition game will com- mence at 12 noon at the Hender- son Ball Park. DRUM RENTALS 0 PER MONTH MUSECLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 Prince Igor has taste. Prince Igor is vodl Pure vodka. I-Without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight. ;