Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Longhorns lose a pair Monday, October 15, 1973 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD i1 Willie is upset Home plate umpire Augie Donatelli rules Bud Harrelson, left, out at home in the tenth inning of Sunday's World Series game Harrelson tried to score on Felix Millan's single to Joe Rudi in left field Rudi threw to catcher Ray Fossee who, according to umpire Donatelli, tagged Harrelson Willie Mays, at rignt, argues the call to no avail One point back of third Bombers are on the move 1 Hh CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Don Jonas directed a 60-vard march that led to the winning field goal by Walt McKee in an 18-17 triumph Sunday over Saskatchewan Roughnders The two points moved the Bombers within range of third plate and the final plavoff berth in the Western Football Conference The Bombers first-place f'mshers last season jumped points ahead of the cellar dwe'l.ng British Columbia Lions and trail Calgary Stampeders bv only one point The third-place Stampedes lost 32-3 to Ottawa Roughnders Sunday in a Canadian Football League in- terlocking game in Calgarv B C injury-riddled most of the season took a 27-13 whip- ping from Edmonton Eskimos in Vancouver Saturday night After the weekend struggles Edmonton was in first place one point ahead of Saskatchewan Calgary was six points behind the second- place Roughnders Each western club has three games remaining MtKee s winning field goal an 18 yarder followed four earlier misses He collected PACIFIC wash people FREE EXTERIOR WASH with gasoline purchase of S or more (Exterior wash 75 with qasolino purchase of loss 'hi i 5 aailons) Complete interior and exterior wash 5 1 ith purc.1 isf Inns ori wt i HI I j i purchase qai with 5 10 gillon purrrnse 7r) with no qasoiinp purchase SUPERSONIC CAR WASH 1819- 3 Ave S We honor all credit cards approved by dealer before purchase including CHARGEX three in seven attempts and got singles on two attempts that missed In addition he converted the only Winnipeg touchdown a one-vard charge by Jim Calip in the first quarter Cahp s touchdown followed a fumbled punt by Saskatche- wan s Terry Buhch Roughrider fullback George Reed held to 46 ards rushing in the game, scored touchdowns on runs of five and two ards Jack Abendschan contributed two converts and a single on a wide field goal attempt as the Roughriders led 1715 with four mmuies remaining Cornhuskers suffer upset ASSOCIATED PRESS Unbeaten Missouri made a big bid to move up in the world of United States college football Saturday with a 13-12 victory over second-ranked Nebraska Missouri, ranked 12th took a 13 b lead before a record home crowd when they scored with 2 01 left after a fumble recover} on the Nebraska four-yard line then stopped a Cornhusker victory bid by in- tercepting a two-point conver- sion pass No 1 Ohio State rolled past Wisconsin and all other mem bers of the Top Ten in action Saturday afternoon also won Third-ranked Alabama beat Florida 35-14 No 4 Southern California outlasted Washington State 46-35, No 5 Michigan durbbed Michigan State 31-0 No 6 Oklahoma stunned nth-ranked Texas No 7 Penn State trounced Army 4-13 No 8 Tennessee topped Georgia Tech 2014 and No 10 Louisiana State downed Auburn 20-6 In a big night game, ninth- ranked Notre Dame blanked Rice 28-0 as Wayne Bullock twice plunged a yard for a touchdown Nebraska made a final bid to overcome Missouri when David Humm advanced the Cornhuskers 72 yards on four passing plays, with the touchdown coming on a 22- yard heave to Rich Bahe with one minute left But Tony Gillick intercepted Humm's pass on the two-point conver- sion trv Archie (jrittin s 169 yards rushing and a tough defence sparked Ohio State s victory at Wisconsin Alabama was led by reserve quarterback Richard Todd and two touchdown runs by freshman Calvin Gulliver >n beating Florida at Gainesville Fla Southern California came from a 21 17 deficit at half- time to beat Washington State at Los Angeles Pat Haden passed for four Southern Cal touchdowns David Biown ran 53 yards with a punt for a touchdown and Gil Chapman rambled 53 yards trom for an- other score in visiting M.ch igan s victory over Michigan State Quarterback Steve Davis had a big hand in Oklahoma's rout of Texas at Dallas throwing two long touchdown passes and scoring twice on runs Tennessee beat Georgia Tech behind quarterback Conredge Holloway, who ran 20 yards for a touchdown and passed for another Rams one of two unbeaten setting up the late Bomber march into playoff contention Dave Cutler produced two field goals, tying a CFL record as Edmonton bounced the Lions Cutler now has 30 three-pointers, equalling the record set by Ted Gerela of B C in 1968 Bell the leading ground-gainer in Canada ex- ploded for a 76-yard scoring run to put the Eskimos' vic- tory in safekeeping He gained 185 yards on 2b carries to become the first back to sur- pass 1 000 yards this season Ottawa stopped Calgary with only 24 yards along the ground and opened a 25-1 half time lead that was seldom in danger Peter Liske of Calgary completed 29 of 45 passes for 387 yards but couldn t keep drives moving consistently Liske watched Rod Woodward streak 62 yards after intercepting a pass to score Ottawa's final touchdown late in the game An interception by Jerry Campbell also set up a 29-yard touchdown pass to flanker Hugh Oldham from Jerry Keeling former Calgary quarterback EDMONTON 27, B C 13 EDM BC First downs 23 16 Yards rushing 228 60 Yards passing 197 215 Net offence 425 275 Passes 18 27 17 30 Interceptions 2 2 6-46 8 42 4 1-1 2-1 3-15 5-45 WINNIPEG 18, SASKATCHEWAN 17 SASK WPG. downs 16 22 rushing 81 135 Yards passing 234 203 Offence 315 338 Passes 14-31 18-28 Interceptions 0 1 9 42 7 50 2-1 0 0 12-108 6-47 OTTAWA 32, CALGARY 8 OTT. CAL First downs 15 20 Yards rushing 164 24 Yards passing 116 387 Net O'fence 280 373 Passes 11-18 29-45 Interceptions 4 0 6 46 3 9-40 1 1-1 3-3 8 61 7 34 Red Devils add to lead BLAIRMORE (Special) The Pass Red Devils strengthened their hold on first place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League by doubling the score 4-2 over the visiting Calgary Canucks Saturday night The victory was the fifth in six starts for the Pass club who lead the six-team league by two points The idle Red Deer Rustlers trail the Red Devils in second place with a 3-3 record The Red Devils will get another chance to extend their first place lead Tuesday night when they take to the ice against the Longhorns in Lethbndge The eight o'clock encounter at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre will be the third meeting between the clubs this season In Blairmore Saturday night, Brent McCracken scored a goal in each period to lead the Red Devils' attack against the Canucks before 600 fans With the score 3-2 for the Pass McCracken slapped his third goal into an empty Calgary net at 19 30 of the final frame after Canucks goalie Dan Milton was pulled Rick Auston got the other Red Devils' goal while Mike Mclvor and Dean Magee tallied for the Canucks The Pass held a 1-0 lead after the first period and 3-1 going into the third Red Devils outshot Calgary 48-37 and each club took seven minor penalties The teams were also assessed one major penalty for fighting Meanwhile the Lethbndge Longhorns took it on the chin twice this weekend as they dropped a 6-2 decision to the Edmonton Mets Saturday and a 6-5 verdict to Drumheller Falcons Sunda'y In Edmonton Sunday, Gary Risshng tallied a hat-trick to pace the Mets The Mets had a total of 33 shots on Longhorns' goalies Larry Wanagas and Dale Emmelkomp while the Longhorns managed 22 on goalies Julien Baretta and Brian Henderson Glenn Roberts, Doug Lecuyer and Paul Messier got the other goals for the Mets while Brad Cox and Ron Knkke scored for the Longhorns The Mets were nailed on 17 of 28 minor infractions and the two clubs split a pair of ma- jors Edmonton will Two-goal performances from John Hilworth and Roger Mitchell handed the Longhorns their second weekend setback Sunday Jim Bechtold and Gary Bembridge also notched a goal apiece for the Falcons, who led 2-0 after tho first period The clubs were tied 3-3 after the 40 minutes but the Falcons scored three goals m-a-row before being forced to struggle to hold their victory margin Knkke was outstanding for 'he with a pair of markers while smgl.es went to Bruce Small Darrell Zapar- niuk and Ken Khnkhammer Drumheller served seven of 11 penalties and outshot Lethbndge 36-32 OFF 10 SLEEP QUICK, I COULD JUST MAKE AFTERNOON BlNGO Traffic jam in east Ti-Cats shade Argos TORONTO (CP) Centre Paul Desjardms of Toronto Argonauts summed it up "We knew what we had to do, but don't ask me why we didn't do it Coach Jerry Williams of Hamilton Tiger-Cats said "What the hell' We won, didn t we9 Perhaps both teams have played better games Neither team was im- pressive, but the Ticats sur- prised their hosts 16-11 Sunday to tighten the Eastern Foot- ball Conference race The fourth-place Tiger-Cats now have 12 points, one less than Montreal Alouettes, and two behind the Argos and Ottawa Rough Riders Pele drivers 1-2-3 EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton Drivers finished 1-2-3 Sunday in the Formula Ford Division one of 11 titles settl- ed in the Canadian Road Race of championships at Speedway Park A small crowd watched Dave Morris finish ahead of Michael Atkm and Barry Fox in the rugged competition The only serious accident of the day occurred in practice when Ken Junck a Formula Ford competitor drove off the track and broke a leg The victory by Morris was almost overshadowed by the brilliant performance of Ric Forest in the Formula B sedan competition quit RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) Pele the king of soccer and a national hero in Brazil, is go- ing through with his announc- ed plans to retire Stressing that he has already achieved all an athlete could hope for, Pele says that a year from now he will just be Edson Arantes do Nascimento industrialist, father and husband Pele, who will be 33 Oct 23, played his last game as a professional Wednesday, scor- ing one goal and leading Santes to a 3-0 victory over Sergipe in a Brazilian League match He plans to accept in- vitations to participate in farewell and benefit matches whenever possible in the next year The Rough Riders moved into a share of first when they whipped Calgary Stampeders 32-8 Sunday in a Canadian Football League interlocking game in the western city Quarterback Chuck Ealey didn't throw for any touch- downs, but he moved the Ticats close enough for four field goals and a single by place kicker Ian Sunter and another single by punter Alec Lockmgton Ealey, who completed 11 of 16 pass attempts for 122 yards, also picked up 117 yards rush- ing on 19 carries The Argos got 85 yards rushing and 99 on passes "I didn't want to throw long, I was scared of the strong said Ealey "You couldn't fool around with that "They left big gaps It was not my intention to run They gave me the openings and I did my best to take advan- tage Hamilton got its other two points when Toronto kicker Zenon Andrusyshyn was tackl- ed in his end zone for a safety touch Quarterback Joe Theismann of the Argos outstanding in Toronto's 37-10 over Calgary last week, had one of his worst games against the Ticats, al- though he scored a touchdown He completed only six of 13 attempts and picked up only 27 yards on five scrambles Andrueyshyn converted the touchdown and added a field goal and single Coach John Rauch of the Argos said "Hamilton played well enough to win We knew what we were up against we knew all we had to do was to win to knock them out but we didn t do it The Ticats, who have de- feated the Argos in two of three league games this season led 4-3 after the first- quarter The teams were tied 4-4 at the half and Hamilton led 10-4 at the end of the third quarter With more than 10 minutes remaining and Hamilton lead- ing 16-11 Theismann attempted a rush that fumbled the ball into the hands of Ticat Bob Krouse Toronto got the ball again but Hamilton's defence held HAMILTON 16, TORONTO 11 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Passes Interceptions HAM 21 242 122 348 11-16 0 TOR 7 65 99 113 6-13 0 8-33 10-45 21 21 4 10 7 42 Brilliant day for Harold Jackson ASSOCIATED PRESS Corner back Charlie Waters of Dallas Cowboys spent much of Sunday's game in Los Angeles chasing speedy Ram receiver Harold Jackson But he didn t catch up with him until after the game You re not all-Amencan, man declared Waters grasping Jackson s hand "You re all-world Jackson caught touchdown passes of 63, 16, 67 and 36 yards from John Hadl as the Rams topped the Cowboys 37- 31 Jackson hauled in seven passes for the afternoon for a whopping 238 yards The rejuvenated Rams now are 5-0, one of only two un- beaten National Football League teams Minnesota Vik- ings, 17-13 winners over the San Francisco 49ers are also 5-0 Elsewhere, Pittsburgh Steelers dropped from the ranks of the unbeaten falling to Cincinnati Bentals 19-7, Buffalo Bills beat Baltimore Colts 31-13, Denver Broncos beat Houston Oilers 48-20, New York Jets edged New England Patriots 9-7 Oak- land Raiders downed San Diego Chargers 27-17 Atlanta Falcons buried Chicago Bears 46-6 New Orleans Saints upset Detroit Lions 2013, Philadelphia Eagles edged St Louis Cardinals 27-24 Washington Redskins took New York Giants 21 3 and Kansas Citv Chiefs played to a 10-10 tie with Green Bav Pack- ers Miami Dolphins play the Browns at Cleveland tonight JACKSON HAPPY Jackson, obtained from Philadelphia in the trade that sent quarterback Roman Gabriel to (he Eagles was delighted with his perfor- mance "This was my best game ever said the 173-pound speedster And Hadl is the best man I've ever had throw ing io me Had! another recent Ram ncqmsiti in connected on nine of 14 tosses (or 217 vatds and four touchdowns before half time Minnesota withstood an aerial barrage from San Fran- cisco s Steve Spurrier who Referees clinic set interested referees or coaches in southern Alberta will have an opportunity to at- tend a hockey referees clinic this week at the Adams Ice Centre The three-day clinic which is primarily for referees planning to officiate in the southern zone this year and referees and coaches of the Lethbndge Minor Hockey Association, will get under way Tuesday night and con- clude Thursday Sessions will start at seven o clock and run until 10 o clock each evening Registration fee is set for cin'l if further information is required contact John Ondrus at 328-7625 completed 31 of 48 passes for a club record 320 yards Safety Paul Krause intercepted Spurrier twice in the fourth quarter however, to kill 49er drives Rookie Charles Clark ran for 112 yards and one touchdown, and Horst Muhlmann kicked four field goals for Cincinnati against Pittsburgh The Baltimore defence held 0 J Simpson of Buffalo to just 26 yards rushing in the first half but the former Heisman Trophy winner ran wild the last two periods, winding up with 166 yards on 22 carries Simpson now has a remark- able 813 yards rushing to five games Simpson scored twice once on a 78-yard jaunt as the sur- prising Bills increased their record to 4-1 and remained tied for the American Confeience East lead Chailev had a big day for Denvei completing nine of 19 passes for 214 and four to Haven Moses Johnson now has thrown for more than 000 career yards Houston now is 0-5 and coach Bill Peter- son's job is reported in jeopar- dy Bill Demory, a rookie free agent pressed into service after the Jets lost quarter- backs Joe Namath and Al Woodall to injuries, directed New York on drives that resulted in three Booby How- field field goals against New England Oakland coach John Madden refused to change quarter- backs despite a poor showing by Ken Stabler against San Diego in the first half Stabler responded by 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