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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta NHL exhibition play over Islanders were tops Puce weeps Carlos Pace of Brazil weeps Saturday for driver Francois Cevert who died in a crash at Watkins Glen Saturday. Pace was right behind Cevert when he Crashed. Bisons upset Golden Bears Ky Till: CANADIAN PKKSS Tli i1 I' n i v ers 11 v o I Saskatchewan strengthened its hold nn lust place in the Western Intercollegiate Fool- ball League and the Universi- ty ol Manitoba pulled an upset Saliinlav to move into second place in the live learn league The Manitoba Bisons over came a University ol Albert.i Coition Hears i.iliv in the se cond hall to deleal the defending Canadian university champions 2fl-2H while the Saskatchewan Huskies had lit- tle trouble disposing ol the hapless British Columbia Tliunderhiids 44 14 al Van- couver H C now is winless in lour starts, remaining in the cellar two points behind the Univer- sity ol Calgarv Alberta is in ihird place with lour points two behind Manitoba and lour behind Saskatchewan Gerald Kuink. the Alberta quarterback, kicked two singles in the lirst quarter ol the game .it Winnipeg to give Mherta a 2-0 lead hut the Bisons came back to bold .1 14- :t lead al halllime Manitoba gol second quarter touchdowns Irom Hick Kosanu Bon Toogood. who intercepted a Kunyk pass at the Bison 50- yarci line and ran i( back for ihe second Manitoba touchdown Running back Don Kales scored on an eighty- van! play in the third quarter while Dave Parkes converted all four Manitoba touchdowns Manitoba was leading 21-3 in the third quarter when Mberla's halfback Dallon Smarsh scored on a live-yard pass Irom Kunsk Then Alberta moved into a 23-21 lead in the tourth quarter when fullback Tom Townes scored two touchdowns, both 11 om the two-yard line With less than live minutes remaining. Manitoba hallback (lord Palerson salvaged Ihe win with a live-yard run oil tackle for the iourth Bison touchdown. Wilson rounded out Ihe Alberta scoring kicking a single and two converts A i V a n c o u v e r Saskatchewan s quarterback Dave Picket! went lo (he air passing for 407 yards and four touchdowns, including a 76- toss to end Larry Giles with seconds remaining CANADIAN PRESS It may be different in the regular season, but New York Islanders had the best record in National Hockey League exhibition play. Fourteen teams open their 1973-74 campaign Wednesday and the Islanders will take an undefeated exhibition six wins and four Atlanta for a game against the Flames. Next best in pre-season play was Vancouver Canucks wJio wound up with seven over Los Angeles Kings and two over Montreal Canadiens. The Canucks lost their last two games in a row. both lo Minnesota North Stars. 2-.1 Saturday and 7-0 Friday. In other Wednesday games. Montreal will visit Minnesota. Buffalo Sabres will play in To- ronto against the Maple Leafs. Detroit Red Wings visit Cevert killed in crash WATKINS GLEN. N.Y. (API- Francois Cevert. a 29- year-old French driver, was killed today when he wrecked his Elf-Tyfrell in practice for the U.S. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen. The accident occurred as he approached the circuit's fourth turn and observers said he crashed head-on into a steel barrier. The car was demolished Ceverl. a teammate of world driving champion Jackie Stewart of Scotland, won the I' S Grand Prix in 1971. placed second behind Stewart in last year's race, and was in the third position in the current drivers' standings going into Sunday's event Cevert. son ol a jeweller in Neuilly. France, was not married. He began racing in 1967 and had been a full-time competitor on (he inter- national Formula One circuit since 1970. He also drove for the French-Malra team in en- durance racing llaynie wins golf title ALAMO. Calif (API De- fending champion Sandra llaynie struggled lo an even- par 73 Sunday, but still won this city's women's pro golf tournament with a 54-hole total ol 212 Miss Haynie. who entered the linal round with a two- slroke lead, picked up in winning Ihe event Donna Capon i Young, with a final- round and JoAnne Carner. vMlh a 72. were three strokes oil the pace with 215 totals Kathy Whilworlh. leading money winner on the Ladies' Professional (Jolt Association lour, lied lor fourth with Miller, both at 217 Miss Whilworth and Miss Miller c.ich earned In your own way. In your own time. On your own terms. You'll take to the taste of Player's Filter. Warning: The Department ol National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked. New York Rangers. Van- couver Canucks go to Boston. Chicago Black Hawks are in Los Angeles and St. Louis Blues visit California Golden Seals. The Bruins wound up their exhibition schedule Sunday with a 5-2-1 record after defeating the Canadiens 5-2. Chicago whipped Toronto 6-1. Atlanta blanked Philadelphia Flyers 2-0 and Pittsburgh Penguins topped vvmless Buf- falo 5-2. Other Saturday scores were: Buffalo 2. Pittsburgh 2: Ihe Islanders 5. California 2: the Rangers 4. Detroit 2. ;md Philadelphia SI Louis 0 The Canucks and Islanders finished seventh and eighth respectively in the Eastern Division (if the NHL last season Vancouver .picked up 22 wins in 78 games and New York had 12. Both teams, however, didn't meet the Bruins in their ex- hibition schedule and tin- Islanders didn't play against Ihe Canadiens. Veterans Stan Mikita of the Hawks and Johnny Bucyk of the Bruins starred in Sunday's games. Mikita had two goals and an assist in Chicago's home-town win over Toronto. Pierre Jarry got the lone Toronto goal in the second period. In Boston. Bucyk scored a power-play goal in the first period and added an assist later in the game as the Bruins wound up their exhibi- tion schedule with five straight wins and six over-all against two defeats and a tie. Boston snapped a 1-1 lie with four unanswered goals in the second period. The Flames, who concluded their schedule with a 5-2-2 record, gol goals from Butch Deadmarsh and Leon Roch- eforl. Laler. Deadmarsh was kicked oul of the game for leaving the bench and going after a Philadelphia player. The Penguins got a goal and two assists from Bob McManama. with Harvard University last year, to give the Sabres an exhibition mark of O-ti-2 Tuesday, October 9, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Top college teams hot Trails Sparky Anderson's Cin- cinnati Reds trail the New York Mets 2-1 in the Na- tional League's best-of- five final and must win to- day to stay alive. See story on page 11. WALES DRIBS JAPAN CARDIFF. Wales (Reuterl The Welsh national side crushed Japan 62-14 in a friendly rugby match Satur- day, leaving the visitors with one victory against four losses in its British lour. ASSOCIATED PRESS Ohio State and Nebraska. the Nos. 1-2 teams in United States college football, rolled Saturday but Oklahoma and Tennessee narrowly escaped upsets. Archie Griffin and Bruce Klia. subbing for injured fullback Champ Henson. each scored two touchdowns as lop- ranked Ohio Stale won ;il home 27-3 over Washington State. Second ranked Nebraska romped past Minnesota 48-7 at Minneapolis as quarterback David Humm passed lor three touchdowns. Sixth-ranked Oklahoma. which cost Southern Califor- nia its top-ranking with a 7-7 tie last week, had to rally to keep from falling to No. 17. Miami of Florida, which had upset Texas in its season- opener. Visiting Miami loci 7 at halftime belore sophor- more quarterback Steve Davis ran 13 yards tor his se- cond touchdown ol the game and combined with Tinker Owens on a 52-yard pass play lor another touchdown. Ninth-ranked Tennessee recovered from a 21-7 half- time deficit to edge Kansas 28-27 at Memphis In other day games involv- ing the Top Ten. No 3 Alabama beat Georgia 28-14. No 4 Southern California beat Oregon States 21-7. fifth- ranked Michigan whipped Oregon 24-0. No 7 Penn State topped Force 19-9 and eighth-ranked Notre Dame held (ill Michigan Stale 14-10 In other day action. No 11 Oklahoma State lost 20-7 to Tech No 15 Missouri beat ISMh-ranked Southern Methodist 17-7. No. 17 Colorado took Iowa State 23-16 and 20th-ranked West Virginia losl 2K 14 to Indiana In other night games No 12 Stale swept past New Mexico No 13 iiounced Wake Forest 41-0 Mill-ranked Houston edged San Diego State 14-9 and Nn Mi I'CI.A drubbed I'tah 6fi-16 ATDUNLOPFORD... 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