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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBHIDQE HERALD TUMdiy, OCIOQtr V, 9th ANNUAL FARM AND RANCH TOUR 26 Deyt Auilrilla and South PMlHc Return Air Aecomodillon; Sightseeing, Mieral departures Jin. and Fib. from Calgary 12019 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAQC MAU PHONE 321-3201 The Herald Sports One of nine Sunday- Lassiter, foreground, fires the puck past a helpless Larry Wanagas Sunday evening in Alberta Junior Hockey League action. Lassiter paced the Red Deer Rustlers to a 9-4 win over the Leth- Pass in first place after weekend bridge Longhorns. The Falcons 6-2 Saturday. locals had earlier stopped Drumheller Longhorns gain split in two B> SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor I'he rookie-laden Lethbridge honphorns forgot one of the basic fundamentals for hockev Sunday night before better than 1.000 faithful sup- porters and as a result had to settle lor an Alberta Junior League split Leading 4-3 after two periods against Red Deer Rustlers the Longhorns appeared to forget that a hockey game is 60 minutes and not just 40 With the 20 minute lapse on the locals part, with the ex- ception of netminder Larry Wanagas. Rustlers fired home six unanswered markers to record a convincing 9-4 vic- tory Saturday night the Longhorns started early against the Drumheller Falcons They built up a 3-0 first period lead and went on to trim the Falcons 6-2 Sundav night the Longhorns came back from a 2-1 first period deficit to take a 4-3 lead But their brief whirl at success came to a sudden stop as Red Deer scored twice within seconds in the final period to begin their one-sided triumph Barrv Lassiter sparked the Rustlers with three goals and a pair of markers while Brian Sutler chipped in with a pair. Single markers went to Kel- ly Bunn. Terry Witchen. Doug Gillespie and Brian Stephan- son Ron Knkke scored all three Longhorn markers in the se- cond period while Don Renner accounted for the first period goal Lassiter with the first of his three markers gave the Rustlers a 1-0 lead at the 1 21 mark of the opening stanza Renner came back at the 4-44 mark to even the contest before Dunn gave Red Deer a 2-1 edge after the first 20 minutes Knkke beat Red Deer goalie Rod Carlson three straight times, at 1 37. 2 53 Carpet PHONE 328-2853 mr. steam Cleaning Ltd. and 8 03 to offset Witchen's goal at 18-14. It was all Red Deer in the final period and the frustrated Lethbridge club lost two players with game- misconducts when tempers flared at the mark of the final period Ken Klinkhammer and Larry Wanagas took early showers as did Gillespie of Red Deer Gillespie and Klinkhammer were banished as third men in a fight while Wanagas left his crease to join in on fistcuffs featuring Krikke and Paul Tordoff. The clubs split 24 penalties evenly, including two majors apiece Saturday night Randy Joevenazzo started a six-point weekend for himself with three goals in pacing the win over Drumheller Joevenazzo. who assisted on all three Krikke goals Sunday, turned in a brilliant Saturday night effort Albert Dumont. a 5'4" buzz- saw on blades, added two goals Saturday while Renner managed a single Grant Puslue and Danny Laslo scored for Drumheller who trailed 3-0 and 4-1 by periods. Joevenazzo scored twice in the first period and added his third marker in the final 20 minutes Referee Gary Robson of Calgary whistled down 18 minor penalties in the game with the Falcons getting the nod on 10 Coach Stan Maxwell of the Longhorns saidafterthe game Sunday it was a good one to get out of the club's system "We hit the road this com- ing weekend." he said. "We play Edmonton Saturday and Drumheller Sunday." "It won't be an easy weekend." he added. LONGHORNS 6, FALCONS t First period 1 Leth Joevenazzo 2 Lelh Dumont (Cleland Klinkhammer) 1 49 3 Leth Joevenazzo (Knkke Weiland) 9 40 Penalties Gagne 4 33. Marshall 522. Cleland 1005 Bechtold 1454. McCullough 17 02 Second period 4 Drum Pushie (Bembridge. Mitchell) 12 41 5 Leth Renner (Meli) 1820 Penalties Morgan i 48 Marshall 5 17 Cox 607 Clemens 1447 Greeve 1816 Cleland 1933 Third ptriod 6 Leth Dumont 1 24 7 Leth Joevenazzo 2 36 8 Drum Laslo (Morgan McCullough) 1736 Penalties Marshall 401 Renner 4 01 ZaparniuK 9 38 Bembndge 1009 Cleland 1155 Marhsall 11 55 HUSTLERS LON6HORN8 4 First period Red Deer Lassiter (Bunn. Bowles) 1 21. 2 Letn Renner (Syrenne Men) 4 44 3 Red Deer Bunn (Bowles Lassiter) 13 15 Penalties Haiton 551. Clemens 845 Dumont 9 32 Bowles 12 37 Second period 4 Leth Knkke (Joevenazzo) 1 37, 5 Lelh Krikke [Renner JoevenazzqJ 2 53. 6 LelO Krikke (Joevenazzo Zaparniuk) 8 03 7 Red Deer Witchen 18 14 Penalties Balfour 2 19. Reno 2 40, Hougsn 4 43. Sutler Hougen 9 53 Lowry 10 56. Bailout 17 35. ZaparniuK 19 16 Third period 6 Red Deer Lassiter (Bowles) 3 13. 9. Red Deer Sutler (Witchen. Lecnyer) 3 32. 10 Red Deer Gillespie (Lassiter Swuzer) 1053 11 Red Deer Sutler (Witchen. 1312 12 RLJ Dcoi Lassiter (Bowles. Bunn) 15 12, 13 fled Dec: Slephanson 19 57 Penalties Syrenne 1 57, Cox 6.01, Lassiter 6 22, Gillespie 8 27 Tordoll 9 16; KrikKe, Gillespie KlmKhjmrner. Wanagas. Tordoll (game- misconducts) 16 44; Small 19 23 Meanwhile the Pass Red Devils outscored Drumheller 3-1 in the final period Sunday night to take a 5-3 victory before 800 fans Drumheller led 1-0 after the first period and the teams were tied 2-2 going into the final frame. The Pass got goals from Rick Austin. Pete McMahon. Brent McCracken, John Hawkins and Tim O'Donnel Gary Bembridge. Roger Mitchell and Grant Pushie replied for Falcons The Red Devils outshot Drumheller 42-36 and the teams split 12 minor penalties. Saturday night the Red Devils got a goal from Ivan Christensen at 6 55 of a 10- minute overtime period to edge Red Deer 5-4 before 800 fans It was Christensen's second goal of the game He opened the scoring in the first period. Wayne Turner. Lyle Murray and Peter McMahon were the other Red Devil's marksmen Irvine Bowles led the Red Deer attack with two goals, both of them unanswered in the second period. Barry Lassiter and Ron Lecuyer got the other Red Deer goals The Pass led 3-2 after the first period with Red Deer holding a 4-3 edge going into the final period McMahon's goal set the stage for the over- time when he tied it 4-4 in the third period. The Pass outshot Red Deer 41-37 and Red Deer took seven of the 10 minor penalties in the cleanly-fought contest. In Calgary the Canucks scored two quick goals in the third period Sunday afternoon and held on to nip Edmonton Mets 6-5. Marksmen for the Canucks were Dave Scott. Butch Owchar. Dave Hale Brian Miller, Dean Magee and Cam Colbourne as the clubs were tied 3-3 after the first period and 4-4 after the second Paul Messier led Edmonton with two goals. Jim Cross. Glen Roberts and Rick Zapir- nuik shared the others. Calgary outshot Edmonton 30-26 Each club served nine minor penalties and Ed- monton had four majors, one more than Calgary. Sunday night Gary Bembridge fired two goals, one at of sudden-death overtime, to pace Drumheller to a 6-5 victory over Ed- monton Sunday in a game marred by nine game miscon- ducts and a total of 44 penalties The brawl broke out at 17 01 of the second period when two Edmonton plavers and a Falcon drew fighting majors Nine other players drew game misconducts In addition, there were 30 minor penalties. Randy McCullough. Grant Pushie'. Dennis Gagne and Roger Mitchell shared the other goals for the Falcons, who trailed 4-2 after the first period and 5-3 after the second Gary Risling led Edmonton with two goals while Jim Messier, Gary Soetaert and Dave Morrow shared the others LOOSE FUCKS Better than people were on hand for both games Only a few left with the game out of reach in the third period Again Larry Wanagas was a stndout He should have sued his defencemen for non- suppcrt in the third period of the game Barry Lassiter is going to be a good one He has size, skates well and knows where the net is Bruce Small of the Longhorns was guilty of what can only be called a cheap shot Sunday He dropped a Red Deer player from behind with a high stick He got five minutes for it. Coach Stan Maxwell says he has told his club to take down a number and get a clean shot at someone who gets you Retaliation can only hurt Two of Red Deer's goals Sun- day came while they were a man short Longhorns had just one shot on net during one period when Red Deer were two men short. HUGE PARK PROPOSED NEW YORK (AP) The New York State Racing and Wagering Board, with the approval of Gov Nelson Rockefeller, proposed Satur- day that a sports park, complete with a thoroughbred race track and 80.000 seat football stadium, be built in the borough of Queens. 'Skins stop Cowboys, three are unbeaten WASHINGTON (API-Ken Houston figured Dallas Cow- boys would be trying to pass to running back Walt Garrison on fourth down and only seconds left, and the Washington Redskins' safety knew it was his job to stop him "I was looking for that play because our rush had been so good." said Houston after the Redskins defeated the Cow- bovs 14-7 in a National Foot- ball League game Monday night Thev had been trying to hit the left flare I saw him (Dallas quarterback Craig Morton) pump once and I stepped up ana was going to hit him. 'As strong as he is. if he had got his feet on the ground, he would have gone on in. I just caught him before he was able to plant his feet and drove him back." Houston stopped Garrison at the one-yard line to preserve the Washington vic- tui v The Redskins, shut out until the last four minutes, scored two quick touchdowns on a one-yard pass from Sonny Jurgensen to Charley Taylor and a Brig Owens' 26-yard return of an intercepted pass Owens' touchdown came with 2 33 left and the Cowboys recovered a fumbled punt on the Redskins 31 with less than two minutes remaining Morton moved the ball to the Redskins" four with 38 seconds left but was un- successful on his first three passes until he completed the fourth down aerial to Garrison on the one with 16 seconds remaining. "I knew exactly where they the four." said Houston "I backed up to the goal-line and didn't go any farther. I knew my move would have to be forward. I was looking for the pass and in our zone. Garrison was my man." The victory put Washington in a first-place tie with Dallas in the Eastern Division of the National Conference, both with 3-1 records Roger Staubach put the Cowboys into a 7-0 lead in the first period with a 15-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Otto Stowe, and it looked as if the points would hold up the way both defences were playing Staubach was sacked seven times and Jurgensen five. After weekend action. Los Angeles Rams. Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers were the only un- defeated teams in the NFL, all with 4-0 records. The Steelers top the Central Division of the American Con- ference after beating San Diego 38-21 Sunday. Minnesota leads the Central Division of the National Conference following a 23-9 win Sunday over Detroit, while Los Angeles heads the same conference in the west after nipping Houston 31-26 Sunday. In other Sunday games. Miami beat New York Jets 31- 3. Green Bay topped New York Giants 16-14, Cleveland downed Cincinnati 17-0. New England surprised Baltimore 24-16, San Francisco beat Atlanta 13-9. Buffalo edged Philadelphia 27-26, Kansas City defeated Denver 16-14, Oakland downed St. Louis 17-0 and New Orleans won 21-16 over Chicago. Lower Level 7lh 61. Shopping Mill Lethbridge, AllMfti Phone (403) J2I-7411 FILING CABINETS Highbaugh close to saving victory By JOHN SHORT Canadian Press For more than 59 minutes Monday. Larry Highbaugh of Edmonton Eskimos had the kind of day most defensive backs only dream about. Then he failed by inches in a bid to improve upon perfec- tion and his club settled for a 14-14 tie with Winnipeg Blue Bombers in a Western Fool- ball Conference game before 21.841 fans at Edmonton. He returned a wide field goal attempt by Walt McKee of the Bombers from the rear of the end zone on the last play of the game, after com- plicating the attempt by fumbling the kick He swept to his right and appeared safe until the last instant when McKee forced him out of bounds for the tying point. The play almost nullified Highbaugh's masterful per- formance. He returned a series of kickoffs to keep Ed- monton in good field position, intercepted a Bomber pass in the end zone and contributed to a pass defence that grew tougner as the game progressed. Highbaugh was one of the dominant Eskimos in a come- back that led them from a 13-3 halftime deficit to a 14-13 lead. FELL INTO SECOND The Eskimos fell into se- cond place in the WFC stan- dings, one point behind Saskatchewan Roughnders who rallied behind George Reed for a 24-9 triumph Sun- day over the B.C Lions. After the Thanksgiving weekend football festival, each western club had played 12 games and Saskatchewan had 16 points, one more than Edmonton Calgary Stampeders. battered 37-10 by Toronto Argonauts Saturday and 45-0 by Montreal Alouettes Monday, remained in third spot, five points behind Edmonton and three ahead of B C and Winnipeg, tied for fourth place. Reed provided all the momentum Saskatchewan needed after being saluted by almost 22.000 fans, including Premier Allan Blakeney, as "the greatest fullback in the world Reed, who has scored more touchdowns by rushing and gained more yardage along the ground than any player in organized football, scored on three short plunges after carrying the ball and taking short passes from Ron Lan- caster Jack Abendschan completed Saskatchewan's scoring with a field goal and three con- verts. REED TOOK OVER B C. opened a 9-3 lead in the fourth quarter before Reed took over Ivan MacMillan kicked three field goals, bringing his total to eight in two games as a Lion. In the Edmonton-Winnipeg deadlock. Dave Cutler, the leading scorer in Canada, collected two long field goals, a convert and a single for the Eskimos, but missed two long field goals that were returned from the end zone. He also missed a short one in the fourth quarter that went for the single. OTTAWA 16, HAMILTON Firs! downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net ollence Passes Interceptions by OTT. 13 220 63 303 HAM. 12 80 124 185 6-20 13-28 2 1 11-14 10-36 1-0 1-1 4-20 5-55 WINNIPEG 14, EDMONTON 14 First downs Yards rushmq Yards passing Net offence Passes Interceptions WPC. 21 132 248 380 17-31 1 EDM. 27 100 291 391 23-33 1 9-50 2 7 40 7 2-1 1-1 11-52 8-49 TORONTO 37, calgary 10 CAL TOR First downs 16 22 Yards rushing 97 146 Yards passing 189 307 Net offence 243 447 Passes 15-29 20-24 Interceptions 1 4 6-41 5-47 1-1 4-1 5-57 12-86 MONTREAL 45, CALGARY 0 CAL First downs 8 Yards rushing 56 Yards passing 103 Net offence 115 Passes 13-21 Interceptions 0 10-42 1-1 3-35 SASKATCHEWAN 24. i.C. 17 128 190 265 15-27 1 12-42 0-0 4-26 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence made-tried Interceptions Punts-average Fumbles-lott MTL 29 204 323 527 22-31 2 3-40 0-0 10-90 21 149 204 353 19-27 1 0-44 2-2 8-60 A 26-vard pass Irom Tom Wilkinson to Garry Lelcbvre completed Edmonton's scoring Winnipeg quarterback Don Jonas threw scoring passes to Bob Larose and Bob Kraemer McKee kicked one convert and Jonas missed the other Wilkinson replaced Bruce Lemmerman as Edmonton's quarterback moments after a 49-yard screen pass involving Gene Foster which appeared to be a touchdown, was nullified by a holding penalty Wilkinson completed 10 ot 12 passes ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE Eaitorn Conference W L T F A Pti. 2 217 192 14 1 226 190 13 0 207 207 12 0 238 305 10 C DF S P Organ 18 25 4 97 21 14 13 76 Sunler. 26 15 4 75 Sweet. 24 15 1 70 Rodgers. 0 0 0 42 L Smith. 0 0 0 36 Henley. 0 0 0 36 Hopkins. 0 0 0 30 Symons 0 0 0 30 Nixon 0 0 0 30 Western Conference W L 8 4 7 4 T F A Pis 0 259 219 16 1 250 227 15 0 178 277 10 1 212 224 7 I 197 263 7 Sash Edmonton Calgary 5 Winnipeg 3 BC 3 LEADERS. Culler E Abendschan. S Robinson C Reed S Jonas W Campana S McGowan S Gerela B C Musso. B C Eber. S Harris. B C Harris. 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