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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Late touchdown gives Stamps tie Edmonton hits paydirt again but playoff hopes long gone By THE CANADIAN PRESS With five games remaining in the Western Football Confer- ence schedule, only Edmonton Eskimos are certain they will play no football this year after Oct. 31. That's the date of the final regular season game for the Es- kimos, who were officially elim- inated from the playoffs this weekend, despite their 9-4 vic- tory over British Columbia Lions Winnipeg Blue Bombers slammed the Eastern Confer- ence Hamilton Tiger-Cats 184 Sunday to erase all hopes Ed- monton had of making the play- offs. The win gave Winnipeg 13 points and with two games re- maining Edmonton could com- pile a maximum of only 12 points. Calgary Slampeders retained their two-point margin atop the conference with a last-minute touchdown that earned them a 7-7 deadlock with second-place Saskatchewan Roughriders. Calgary leads the league with 19 points followed by Saskatche- wan with 17, Winnipeg's 13, B.C. with 11 and Edmonton with eight. Saskatchewan still has a Alouettes bounce back with resounding victory TORONTO (CP) Montreal ers crushed Hamilton Tiger- allowed Alouettes to move into Alouettes dumped first-place Toronto Argonauts 28-7 Sunday, setting up a battle for second place in the Eastern Football DOUG BARKLEY VIC HADFIEID Barkley, a Lethbridge native son in his first full year as coach of Detroit, saw his Red Wings hit the victory column last night while Hadfield scored two goals last night as the Rangers trimmed the Canadians 8-4. Title decided next weekend The western division title i the Southern Alberta Hig School Football League will be decided next weekend. Saturday night the LCI Ram whipped the visiting Medicine Hat Cresent Heights Vikings 40-13 and kept their playof hopes alive. The winners of the western division will tangle with the eastern division winners for the league championship. With Saturdays victory, the Rams hold a 5-1 record anc trail the league leading Cath olic Central Cougars by two points, who sport a 6-0 record The Rams and the Cougars will tangle in the final week a league play next weekend. In order for the Rams to win the title and a berth in the championship playoff they musl defeat the Cougars by 27 points or more. In case of a tie in points, the system of points for and against will be used. The Rams suffered a 33-7 loss to the Cougars in their first meet- ing this season. In Saturday night's encounter, Dalton Howe was brilliant pick- ing up three touchdowns while marching 88 yards on six car- ries. Randy Stevens, Trevor Cook and Corby Pankhurst chipped in with one major score apiece while Terry Pocza went four for five on convert attempts. Brian Ames and Dale Haas managed a touchdown each for the Vikings. In ground gains, Pankhurst was the big rusher for the Rams chewing up 169 yards on five carries. Howe also chipped in on the Rams 429 yards gained with 88. Ames was the big rusher for Kison marries PITTSBURGH (AP) Brace Kison, smooth-faced but hard throwing Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher married the former Anna Marie Orlando Sunday night, scarcely four hours after his team's thrilling seven game World Scries victory. the Vikings with 136 yards while Cole Davis added 50- In the penalty department, the Rams were assessed 80 yards on seven penalties while the Vikings lost 40 yards on six infractions. NHL scorers SATURDAY Montreal 9 Buffalo 3 Montreal Cournoyer 2, Tardif 2, Richard 2, F. Ma- hovlich, Houle, Larose; Buf- falo Meehan, Hamilton, Martin. New York 5 Toronto 3 New York Hadfield, Ha- telle, Stemkowski, Gilbert, MacGregor; Toronto Hen- derson, Dupere, Ellis. Chicago 3 Minnesota 2 Chicago Mikita 2, R. Hull; Minnesota Grant, Prentice. Pittsburgh 2 Vancouver 1 Pittsburgh Horton 2; Vancouver Paiement. Louis a Detroit 2 St. Louis Connelly 2, Bor- deleau, Morrison, Crisp, Carr, Unger, Roberts, Sutherland; Detroit Webster, Dionne. Philadelphia 1 Los Angeles 0 Philadelphia Jim John- son. SUNDAY New York 8 Montreal 4 New York-Ratelle 2, Fair- bairn 2, Hadfield 2, Mac- Gregor, Balon; Lemaire, F. Mahovlich, Cour- noycr, Larose. Minnesota 3 Buffalo 2 2, Nerin; Buffalo-Goyette, Stack. Toronto 2 Boston 2 Harrison; McKenzie. Chicago 4 Los Angeles 0 2, Magnu- son, Koroll. Detroit 5 St- Louis 3 Detroit-Redmond, Libett, Conacher, Delvecchio, Col- lins; St. Louis-Connelly 2, Barclay Plager. Pittsburgh 4 California 2 Pittsburgb.-Lcit.er, Prono- vost, Robert, Apps; California Stackhouse. a tie for second place with the Ticats, four points ahead of the threatening Ottawa Rough Ri- ders. The Alouettes demonstrated an amazing reversal of form from last Sunday when the Argos won 32-5. "This is what we said Als' coach Sam Etchev- erry, whose team earlier in the week was reported to be riddled with dissension. "This was our high point of the season. We should be all right now." HAVE TWO LEFT Both Montreal and Ottawa clubs have two games remain- ing in the schedule. Argonauts' coach Leo Cahill offered few excuses for the To- ronto defeat before fans. "It was just a bad effort on our he said. "It was still a ball game until the third quarter and then we went flat." The Montreal triumph seemed all the more astonishing be- cause it was accomplished with rookie quarterback Jim Chasey at the helm in the absence of Sonny Wade, out with an in- jured shoulder. His skill at picking Argos' secondary apart with short-yar- dage passes set up the first Montreal touchdown, a one-yard leap into the end zone by full- back Bruce Van Ness, who had a busy day, gaining 113 yards in. 20 carries. DEFENCE SPARKS ALS But it was the defence that sparked Als as linebacker Mark Kosmos and Mike Widger scored their other two touchdowns. Justine Canale's field goals of 35 and 31 yards and two con- verts, plus a fourth-quarter safety touch, completed the Montreal scoring. The Toronto touchdown was scored by Mel Profit on a pass from quarterback Joe Theis- mann in the third quarter Theis- mann got the other point for Argos on an unusual convert, running the ball over after Ivan MacMillan faked a kick. Quarterback Greg Barton and running back Leon MeQuay re- turned to the Toronto lineup after suffering injuries. Barton alternated with Theismann for three quarters and then retired from the game. In the final minute of the game, three players were ejected: Montreal tight end Peter Dalla Riva and Toronto's Gene Mack and Larry Brame, after a melee near the Argos' bench. Players from both teams milled about after Mack cracked his fist off Moses Den- son's helmet. MONTREAL 28 TORONTO 7 MTL. TOR. First downs Yards 174 275 121 14-21 15-3 2-51 8-35 'Ushing Yards passing No! offence Passes made-lrled Inlerceptions-yds Punts-average Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 3-3 9-44 2-3 11-79 TAKE TTLE REGINA (CP) Re gin a Rams won the Manitoba Sas- katchewan Junior Football League championship Saturday with a 33-7 victory over Winni- peg Hawkeyes. chance at first place but wou have to win both its games while Calgary lost i final two games' While those two clubs are d ciding top spot and the bye in the finals, Winnipeg and B. are also carrying their fight f the third and final playoff spc into the last two weeks of t schedule. Winnipeg has only one gam left to B.C.'s two, but the Lio meet Calgary and Saskatch wan and must win one of t games while the Bombers lo to the Alouettes in Montreal f B.C. to make the playofi Those results would give bo Winnipeg and B.C. 13 points b the Lions would get third plac having beaten the Bombers two of three games this seaso Gerry Shaw caught a c fleeted touchdown pass wi four seconds left and Larrj Robinson converted to give Ca gary its tie in Regina. With a little more than on minute left, Calgary took ove on the Saskatchewan 47-yar line and five plays later quart erback Jim Lindsey hit Sha1 Saskatchewan's Allan Ford d fleeted Lindsey's third-down pass but Shaw grabbed the ba and fell into the end zone. Jack Abendschan got th seven Saskatchewan points on 25-yard field goal and singles o four of five missed attempt Ths usually accurate Aber" schan missed tries from the 50 24, 28, 20 and 38-yard lines. Both clubs were fairly even i total offence, with Saskatche- wan dominating the groun game and Calgary controllin the air routes. Lindsey hit on 15 of 26 passe for 216 yards, with Shaw hi favorite receiver. Saskatchewa quarterback Ron Lancaste managed only four pass comple- tions in 14 attempts, but Georg Reed, Bobby Thompson an Silas McKinnie dominated th ground for 202 yards. Ed Williams, carrying the bulk of Winnipeg's running at tack in the absence of injure Mack Herron, broke loose fo two third-quarter touchdowns t power the Blue Bombers t their victory before a record setting crowd. BREAKS GAME OPEN Williams, who ran for 128 yards as the Bombers came u1 with their best ground game o the season, scored on 41 anc eight-yard gallops, breaking open a tight defensive game. Tommy Joe Coffey kicked 12-yard field goal and Joe Zuger booted a 45-yard single for Hamilton. The Bomber defence, with Rob McLaren filling in at mid die linebacker for the injuret Mickey Doyle, held the Tiger- Cats at bay until the offence shifted into gear and put some points on the Scoreboard. The fans Sunday pushed the Winnipeg season attendance to eclipsing the previous best of set Ji 1965. Edmonton got its third con- secutive victory on quarterback Bruce Lemmerman's one-yard touchdown run in the final quarter. CALGARY J SASKATCHEWAN J First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Passes made-tried CAL SASK 14 13 63 207 116 257 111 __ .....15-2S Inferceptlons-yds...... 2-B 1-33 Punts-averags ........11-39 12-37 Fumbtes-losf 3-1 Penalties-yds 4-42 4.2 WINNIPEG II HAMILTON 4 HAM. WPG. 13 19 13 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Passes made-tried Interceptions-yds Punts-average Fumbles-lost Penalties-yds EDMONTON 9 B.C. First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Passes made-tried Interceptions-yds Punts-avg 121 191 15-22 1-0 11-47 258 1MB 2-13 9-41 Penalties-yds a-2 Monday, October 18, THE UTHBRIDGE HERAtD 7 JUMPING FOR JOY Pittsburgh pitcher Steve Blass leaps high into the air as his catcher, Manny Sanguillen, raises his arms in victory shortly after Blass retired the final man Sunday as the Pirates edged the Orioles in thft seventh and final game of the World Series. Red Wings finally hit victory column Double wins for Hawks, Rangers By THE CANADIAN PRESS New York Rangers and Chi- cago Black Hawks dominated he action tockey League the this National weekend, icoring double victories to lead heir respective divisions. The Rangers handed Montreal Canadiens their first setback of he season in New York Sunday, 8-4, after gaming top spot in the East Division Saturday with a 5-3 victory over the Maple Leafs in Toronto. The Hawks blasted Los Ange- les Kings 4-0 Sunday on home ice, after claiming a 3-2 decision over Minnesota North Stars Sat- urday at Bloomington, Minn. In other Sunday games, De- troit Red Wings posted their first win of the season by de- feating St- Louis Blues 5-3 a Detroit, Toronto tied the Bruin 2-2 at Boston, Minnesota in vaded Buffalo for a 3-2 decision over the S'abres and Pittsburgl Penguins trimmed California Golden Seals on the West Coas 4-2. RANDY 'ho Lethbridge product cored three times for Medi- Hat over the weekend as lie Tigers split two Western Canada Hockey League lames. rank Dotteu ies at coast VANCOUVER (CP) Fun- al services will be held in sub- han Burquitlam Tuesday for Dotten, one of the found- s of what later became the estern Hockey League. Mr. Dotten, a native of Ed- onton, died at Vanderhoof in ritish Columbia's Cariboo untry, recently. He was 55. He played amateur hockey in ncouvcr and Moose Jaw and er for the Seattle Ironmen, dbury, Out., ork Rovers. and the New Two top clubs suffer upsets Two big upsets were regis- tered in the Western Eight Football Conference over the weekend. The Raymond Cornels suffer- ed the biggest setback as they fell back into second place after a 13-7 loss to the Cardston Cou- gars. Jack Rasmussen and Delroy Wahlburger led the Cougars at- tack with a touchdown apiece while Don Brown chipped in with a single. For Raymond, John Jaswiec- zic notched their lone touch- down which was converted by Morris Aneca. The St. Mary's Warriors were also upset over the weekend as the High River Mustangs came up with a 19-6 victory. High River was paced by Bruce Laidlaws' two touch- downs and Richard Percivals' major score while the Warriors received their only poinls after Raynard Young Pine galloped 69 yards off a kick-off return. The defending champion Pic- lure Butte Elks still hold down first place with the Warriors by downing Milk River 42-25. The Elks were led by Miles Shaw and Tony Wolak with two :ouchdowns apiece while Glen Panaka, Kevin Gibb and Jack lelkach aided with one each- Scott Russell and Jim Gra- iam scored two majors apiece or Milk River. Richard Low was oustanding as he guided the Coaldale Spar- :ans to a 54-7 romping over he Claresholm Cobras. Low pulled in three touch- town passes from quarterback Ray Lister and then added two nore on the ground. Gerhard Schmold, Lister and Frank Hubert chipped in with one touchdown each. Stewart Derochie managK Cobras lone major score. In Nanton, the Knights came up with a close 27-20 victory over the Vulcan Cougars. Deab Younggern scored two touchdowns for the Knights while Ken Scott and Larry Ed- wards aided with one each. Warren Lebsack s c o o t e c across the end zone twice for the Cougars while Glen Buch- oltz added one. Palmer tops Player with solid effort PARIS (AP) _ Arnold Palmer fought off rain and cold Sunday on the way to his third straight sub-par round and a two-stroke victory over Gary Player of South Africa in the Lancome Trophy golf tourna- ment. Palmer, the leader from start to finish in the 54-hole tourna- ment limited to eight of the world's top professionals, closed with a 71 over the par-72 Saint Norn la Breteche course for a total of 202, 14 under par. Player, who started the day three shots behind Palmer Big weekend for Randy Andreachnk Cents, Oil Kings deadlocked WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM QUINN vs CAMPBEIL BEtAFONTE VI VON HESS SEGO SETO and CHIN LEE BASIC and MARTEL 6 Orcnt Bouts 16 TV Wrcitlorj Some of the teams and play- ers are new, but the battle lines already being drawn in the Western Canada Hockey League arc familiar. Edmonton Oil Kings and Calgary Centennials, those per- petual rivals in the western di- vision, again nre tied for first place with eight points. Oil Kings, who won the championship last year after a constant fight to keep on top of Calgary, dropped Medicine Hat Tigers 7-5 at home Sunday. Centennials shut out Vancou- ver Nats, a new league entry this year, 3-0 in Vancouver Sunday. In the east division, Flin Flon Bombers, 19GS champions, are in first-place with eight points, two better than Brandon Wheat Kings. Bombers edged Saskatoon Blnrics 4-3 and 3-2 in Flin Flon Saturday and Sunday wliile Wheat Kings defeated Winni- pet Jets 3-2 Sunday in Bran- don. In other weekend action, Vic- toria Cougars, another new team, lost 10-2 to the Tigers in Medicine Hat Saturday and 6-0 to the Broncos Sunday in Swift Current and Regina Pats tied 3-3 with the Jels in Winnipeg Saturday, In Edmonton, Don Kozak, the Oil Kings' sharpshooter who has predicted he will score goals this season, fired home four markers. Henry Van Dnincn got two and Terry Smith one. Stan Weir, Derek Kuntz, Ira Ross, Boyd Anderson and Ran- dy Andrcachuk scored for tire Tigers. It was a different story the day before in Medicine Hat as the Tigers scored four goals in less than four minutes against the Weir, rookic-of-thc-ycjir Rot three Ronls, Afldrcnclmk and Jcfl Ablclt picked up two each. Kunlz, Randy Aimoe, and Lanny Mc- Donald each scored singlo goals. Victoria got a goal from Er- vie Miller in the first period and another from Lcn Chal- mers in the second. In Vancouver, Centennials built up a 2-fl first-period lead on goals by Bob Nystrom and Doug Horbul. Horbul added another in the second period. Nats had only 17 shots on Calgary goalie John Davidson and failed to light up Ihoir side of the Scoreboard even while Centennials were two men short in Uw first period. picked up one stroke with to finish at 204. The two-stroke difference was Saturday, Montreal whipped Buffalo 9-3, St. Louis trounced Detroit 9-2, Pittsburgh edged Vancouver Canucks 3-1 and Philadelphia Flyers nipped Los Angeles Kings 1-0. Bill Fairbaim, who was trou- bled all last season by mononu- cleosis, scored twice for the Rangers against the Canadiens to share double-goal honors with Vic Hadfield and Jean Ratelle. Jim Pappin's two-goal effort for Chicago was supported by goalie Tony E s p o s i t o, who recorded his second shutout of the young season. Leafs needed a rally to tie the Bruins after spotting them a lead on goals by Ken Hodge and Johnny McKenzie. Darryl Sit- Uer and Jim Harrison replied for Toronto. A two-goal effort by North Stars' veteran winger Charlie Burns helped send the Sabres down to their fourth straight de- feat. The winning goal was fired by Bob Nevin. Red Wings celebrated their first triumph over St. Louis Blues since February, 1970, on goals by Mickey Redmond, Nick Libett, Brian Conacher, Alex Delvecchio and Bill Collins. Wayne Connelly was a two-goal performer for the Blues. SEALS STILL SICK The Golden Seals' luck hasn't changed much under new coach Vic Stasiuk. At one point in the ;ame when the Seals were lead- ng, defenceman Ron Stack- louse kicked the puck into his own net, allowing Penguins to ie the game at 2-2. Syl Apps was credited with the goal. Bob jeiter and Jean Pronovost got he winning and insurance goals in the third period. The Rangers spread their ;oals among five players as hey spoiled Leafs' home debut Saturday. Other highlights of the compe- ition Saturday included the two ;oals in 56 seconds by veteran .efenceman Tim Horton that arried Penguins to victory over he Canucks and the Dryden irothers goal-tending duel in Montreal, where Dave of Buf- falo came off second best to Ken in the Canadiens' net- Dave the margin between the top prize for Palmer and second place for Player. All the other players got each. Chi Chi Rodriguez of Puerto Rico had the best score of the final round, a 69, with the help of an eagle on the 374-yard par- 4 18th hole. Rodriguez hit his wedge second shot to within about (wo feet of the pin and it bounced into the hole. 71! was peppered with 54 shots, while Ken had to contend with only 19. Bobby Hull rcgislcrcd his 559th career point as his goal got the Black Hawks off to vic- tory over North Stars. Cagey veteran Stan Mikita provided the other two. Sunday the Hawks announced they were re-acquiring goal Gerry Dcsjardins from the Golden Seals in exchange for goalie Gillcs Melodic and for- ward Paul Shmyr. MOTO SKI Tougher 7 Ways FROM Prebco Recreation Vehicles 600 4lh Avo. S LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-4421 ;