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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBBIDGE HERALD Monday, October 21, 1974 St. Louis Cardinals undefeated, Vikings, Patriots lose close ones ANDY CAPP By THE CANADIAN PRESS St. Louis Cardinals became the only undefeated team in the National Football League when Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots were knocked from the ranks of the unbeaten Sunday. Quarterback Jim. Hart sparked the Cardinals to a 31- 13 lead against Houston Oilers early in the fourth quarter. St. Louis withstood two one-yard touchdown runs by Houston's George Amundson for a 31-27 victory. Hart capitalized on a pair of Oiler fumbles and threw touchdown passes of six and 40 yards to Earl Thomas in a minute span of the second quarter to lead the Cards. Meanwhile, Detroit Lions dropped Minnesota from the list of the unbeatens, up- setting the Vikings 20-16, while New England lost 30-28 to Buffalo Bills. Elks take two contests The Lethbridge Midget Elks took a pair of games from the Calgary Atlas 'Dresser Warriors over the weekend, winning 5-3 Saturday, and tak- ing a Sunday contest by default. The Elks got goals from Rocky MacGee, Dwaine Lendrum, Dave Snopeck, Earl Ingarfield, and Dennis Ludwig Saturday night, while Richard Corly, Ken Sturko and Andy Issler replied for Calgary. On Sunday, Calgary was leading 7-4 when they left the ice in the third period and lost by default. Sturko had a hat trick while Issler counted a pair for the visitors. Lethbridge got a pair of counters from Leroy Pavan, and singles Scott Jar- vie and Gerry Lypka. Elsewhere in the NFL, Baltimore Colts whipped New York Jets 35-20, New Orleans Saints upset Atlanta Falcons 13-3, Dallas Cowboys beat Philadelphis Eagles 31-24, Pittsburgh Steelers edged Cleveland Browns 20-16, Washington Redskins de- feated New York Giants 24-3, Miami Dolphins slipped past Kansas City Chiefs 9-3, Denver Broncos defeated San Diego Chargers 27-7, Los Angeles Rams topped San Francisco '49ers 37-14 and Oakland Raiders beat Cincin- nati Bengals 30-27. Green Bay Packers face the Bears at Chicago tonight. Elks, Cougars advance in Foothills action Career! for DRIVER SALESMAN and FRONT END SALESMAN at the SERVICO CENTRE 33161st Ave.S. Company Benefit Program On the Job Training Apply in Person The Cardston Cougars held off a last minute rally by the Raymond Comets while the Picture Butte Elks came on strong in the second half as the two clubs advanced to the championship game of the Foothills Football Conference's Eastern Division. The Cougars edged the Comets 15-13 while Picture Butte dumped Coaldale 30-14 in semi final action over the weekend. In a West Division semi final, the Claresholm Cobras blasted Okotoks Ocelots 44-7. Trailing 15-7 in the late going, Raymond got a touchdown from Allen Heggie to make the score 15-13, and just missed tying the Cougars when Jeff Hill was stopped at the one yard line on a two point conversion attempt. Cardston led 8-7 at the half on a touchdown by Ken Leavitt and Jon Remington's two point convert. Don Yuill added a touchdown and Ralph West in a single in the second half to round out the Cougar scoring. For Raymond, Heggie and Hill had touchdowns, while Dave Williams booted a first quarter single. Picture Butte erupted for 20 unanswered points in the se- cond half for their 30-14 triumph over Coaldale. Touchdowns by Jim Martens and Leroy Pavan as well as Pavan's single and a convert by Jake Steinbrenner had given the Spartans a 14-10 half time margin. Referee But Picture Butte got major scores from Mike Oliver and Bryan Heninger while Leroy Wansteeker added a pair of converts, and another touchdown in the second half to lift the Elks to victory. Wamsteeker had converted another Oliver touchdown and booted a field goal for Picture Butte in the first half. No scorers were available for the Claresholm Okotoks contest. This Saturday, the divisional championship games are set to go with Cardston travelling to Picture Butte in the East, and High River hosting Claresholm in the West Division. Kickoff time for both games is 2 p.m. Diehl upset clinic set A hockey referee's clinic will be held at the Adams Ice Center Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week, beginning at 7 p.m. each night 'in room number one. Everyone interested in becoming an Alberta Amateur Hockey Association official, or interested in officiating in the 1975 Canada Winter Games, is welcome to attend. The instructor for the clinic will be John Ondrus of Lethbridge. winner SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Terry Diehl staged one of the biggest upsets this season on the professional golf tour when he finished with a one- stroke victory Sunday over veteran Mike Hill in the San Antonio-Texas Open. It was the last individual championship on the tour this season. He had to win larger than any check he had received as s retain his' card. "I almost didn't he said. "Week after week of get- ting beat up and missing the cut and failing to qualify. "I was just so depressed. I figured I'd lost my card and have to fight the mini-tours next year and then try to qual- ify in the school again." He had attempted to play in 41 tournaments this season, failed to qualify 17 times, mis- sed the cut nine times, and finished only five events. He had won in official money and hadn't cashed a check since July. And then he won Sun- day from the total purse of His final round 71 gave him a 19-under-par total of 269 and a full year's exemption from qualifying. FRIENDS'N NEIGHBOURS PELDS 316-6U1 St. S. MASTER CHARGE CHARGEX Sale: Tues. Wed. BIG, BIG BUYS! LADIES'PANTYHOSE ME SIZE R0g. TOP MAKER CLEARANCE Ladies' Pant Suits Penny Lou Siege 7. Mies Pemilla. Reg. to Sizes 10 to 44. M6.88 SKCUlPHattSQUMES' 3-Pce. Luggago 18" overnight, 21" weekend, pullman. M9.99 MEN'S G.W.G. Cowboy Kings 14 oz. Denim. Sizes 29-36. Reg. MEN'S FISHERMAN Knit Sweaters S.M.LXL. II BOYS' NYLON Ski Jackets Sizes 8-18. DONT MISS THESE FANTASTIC BUYS Bill Munson was the big man for the Lions, completing 22 of 32 passes for 276 yards. Ten of his passes were caught by wide receiver Ron Jessie. Detroit's victory was its first over the Vikings in 14 meetings going back to 1967. After New England's Sam Cunningham raced 75 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, Buffalo quarterback Joe Ferguson threw touchdown passes to Paul Seymour and O.J. Simpson within the next .11 minutes to put Buffalo in front, and New England never drew even. James Harris in his first start at quarterback for the Rams passed for three touchdowns and ran for another. He completed 12 of 15 passes for 276 yards. A one-yard plunge by Miami fullback Larry Csonka with 17 seconds remaining beat the Chiefs. Oakland took over the ball at midfield with no time outs left and on the clock. Ken Stabler guided the Raiders downfield masterfully, and Charlie Smith capped the drive with a one-yard scoring scamper with eight seconds remaining. Bobby Scott, given the start- ing nod at quarterback when New Orleans John North benched Archie Manning dur- ing the week, tossed a 36-yard scoring pass to Paul Seal for th'e only touchdown of the game as the Saints upset Atlanta for their first victory in 19 games on the road. THANKS, AN ANYTHIN' BSE MJU'VE EVER PONE TOR is THERE I CAN to BY WAY OF RETURN? I IO-ZI WCHL weekend summaries FLIN FLON 5 VICTORIA S 1. Flin Flon, Gosselin (McDill) 2. Flin Flon, B. Davidson (Cullen, Williams) Penalties Rollins FF, Miazka (Ma- jors) Williams V Lapointe V Nicholson V Second Period 3. Victoria, Lucas (Morris, Bridgeman) 4. Flin Flon, B. Davidson (Kuntz, Williams) 5. Victoria, Williams (Lapointe, Lucas) Penalties Peter V Rollins FF Nicholson V Victoria bench (served by Nicholson) Third Period 6. Victoria, Williams (Gustafson) 7. Victoria, Morris (Lapointe, Lucas) 8. Vic- toria, Gustafson (Hill, Bowles) 9. Flin Flon, McDill (Gosselin, Williams) 10. Flin Flon, B. Davidson (Kuntz, Williams) Penalties McDill FF Robillard FF, Gloeckner V (majors) Miazka V Lapointe V Morris V (minor, misconduct) McDill FF, Gloekner V (majors) Cairns V (minor, game misconduct) Williams V B. Davidson on goal by: Victoria 13 14 Flm'Flon 11 11 13-i-35 Attendance KAMLOOPS 9 CALGARY 0 First Period 1. Kamloops, Moores (McDonald, Kerr) 2. Kamloops, Flockhart (Kerr, Zinger) 3. Kamloops, Ferner (Lyseng, Gassoff) Penalties Sim C Robins K, Agar C (majors) Lyseng K Melrose K Kerr K, McLean C Lalone C Zinger K Second Period 4. Kamloops, Inger (Moores, Flockhart) 5. Kamloops, Gassoff (Lyseng) Kamloops, Young (Robinson) 7. Kamloops, Walter (Young) Penalties Hodgson C Young K, Lalonde C Hodgson C Lestander C, Hatheway K (majors) Glendenning C, Ferner, K Hsinske C Glendenning C Flockhart K, Calgary bench Third Period 8. Kamloops, Gassoff (Ferner) 9. Kamloops, Flockhart (Moores, Robinson) Penalties McDonald K Flynn C Glendenning C (game misconduct) Flockhart K 12.14, Hodgson C Lestenader C on goal by: Calgary 8 3 Kamloops 21 17 Attendance WINNIPEG 3 NEW WEST 3 Pint Period 1. Winnipeg, McCarthy (Flock, Watson) Penalties Beck NW Beck NW Balllnggall W (double minor) Secord NW Second Period 2. Winnipeg, Miller 3. New Westminster, Lofthouse (Secord, Beck) 4. New Westminster, Phillipoff (McNeice. Berry) 5. New West- minster, Lofthouse (Shmyr, Secord) 6. Winnipeg, Penalties Anderson NW (misconduct) Ballinggall W Third Period No scoring. Penalties None. Shots on goal by: New Westminster 6 11 Winnipeg 11 11 Attendance MEDICINE HAT 5 REGINA 4 First Period 1. Regina, Van Der Velden (Faulkner) 2. Medicine Hat, Vaughan (Dean) 3. Medicine Hat, Lane (Dean, Boychuk) Second Period 4. Regina, Harazny (Dumba) 5. Medicine Hat, Vaydik (Vaughan, Murdoch) Penalties Vaughan MH Lukowich MH Maxwell MH Sanche MH, Keil R (minors, majors) D. Joly R Murdoch MH Third Period 6. Regina. Keil (Tudor) 7. Medicine Hat, Dean (Maxwell, Vaydik) 8. Medicine Hat. Lukowich (Ray) 9. Regina, Grauer (Dumba, Harazny) Penalties Lukowich MH, G. Joly R Carroll MH Sanche MH Bertram MH Tudor R Vaydik MH Shots on goal by: Medicine Hat 10 9 Regina 5 6 Goal Holland, Medicine Hat; Staniowski, Regina. Attendance BRANDON 5 WINNIPEG 3 First Period 1. Brandon, McMullin (Piche, McLean) 2. Winnipeg, Eakin (Lash, Girardin) Penalties Girardin W Watson W Parker B Girardin W Girardin W Second Period 3. Brandon. McMullin (Blight, Parker) 4. Brandon, Blight, (Parker) 5. Winnipeg, McCarthy (Skinner, Lewsey) 6. Winnipeg, Lash (Eakin) 7. Brandon. Stoughton Penalties Russell W McCarthy W, Murray B, (majors) Baumgartner W Watson W. (minor, misconduct) Mitri B Plche B Melnyk B Peterson B (served by Mitri) Third Period 8. Brandon, McLean (Blight) Penalties Watson W, Parker B, (majors) Russell W, Melnyk B, Girardin W Shots on goal by: Brandon 11 16 Winnipeg 10 9 SASKATOON. 4 MEDICINE HAT 2 First Period 1. Medicine Hat, Vaughan. (Dean, Vaydik) :35; 2. Saskatoon, 'Hawryliw (Williams, Federko) Penalties D. Chapman S Peters S Second Period 3. Saskatoon, Smith (Klassen) Penalties Haro S (served by Federko) Lukowich MH Maxwell MH (double minor, George S (major, game Peters S Bast MH Lefley MH Third Period 4. Saskatoon, Arndt (B. Chapman, Klassen) :40; 5. Medicine Hat, Murdock (Maxwell, Bast) 6. Saskatoon, Arndt (B. Chapman, R. Chapman) Penalties Hillworth MH Sanche MH, Federko S Hoffmeyer S Bast MH Dean MH Milford S Surge MH. Milford S (majors) Shots on goal by: Saskatoon 7 9 Medicine Hat 12 8 Attendance NOW Your Toyota dealer has 1974 Toyota models available for immediate delivery. At 1974 prices! Toyota Corolla, Corona, Celica. Mark II, Half-Ton pickup and 4-wheel-drive Land Cruiser. All hundreds of dollars below the new 1975 competitive model prices. And Toyota models start as low as You may never see a new car price this low again. Our own new models are on the way, so hurry on down and get a 74 while they last. YOU COULD THE TOYOTA ECONOfflSER DRIVE TOYOTA suggested list onces at lime of publication Does ncfl include titestmalicm. delivery and preparation dharges. license and provincial taxes tnese lactors vaiy irom region to region (Toyota FOB points, HaMax. Montreal Toronto. Vancouver) lien the ''oycna