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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October 21, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 9 WINNIPEG'S CHUCK EALEY (8) FUMBLES SNAP IN DYING MINUTES OF GAME Western Conference race still tight, Alouettes clinch first spot in East THE CANADIAN PRESS The Western Football Conference race still is tight after a weekend in which all five teams saw action, but Ed- monton Eskimos are sure of a playoff spot. The Eskimos ended Win- nipeg Blue Bombers' home- field winning streak at five games Sunday when Dave Cutler, aided by a strong wind, provided almost all of the scoring with five field goals in a 17-10 decision. The victory gave Edmonton 17 points, one more than Sas- katchewan Roughriders and British Columbia Lions who are tied for second place. The loss left the Bombers in fourth place, three points be- hind Edmonton. Calgary Stampeders, out of playoff contention, upset the Eastern Conference Toronto Argonauts 21-18 Sunday in Cal- gary In Vancouver Saturday night, the Roughriders drove downfield for a touchdown with five seconds remaining to defeat the Lions 24-21. Saskatchewan has one game left while the other four WFC teams each have two to go in the 16-game regular schedule. The final Saskatchewan drive started on the Rider 37- yard line with 51 seconds remaining. NOW OPEN Boys'and BMs' SKATE XCHANGEJ I Sharpened I Shined New Laces Sanitized COM Adjustable HOCKEY HELMETS CAHAandCSA Approved Fits all sizes 13 SPECIAL PURCHASE 50 pain Man's and Boys' CCM Skates fteg. NOW 95 Bart 4 Mac's Cycle Ltd. 327-3221 Quarterback Ron Lancaster used five plays, the longest one a 56-yard pass to wide receiver Bob Pearce, ending with a touchdown dive by George Reed. Other Saskatchewan touch- downs-were scored by Pearce and Tom Campana. Brian Berg converted all three and added a field goal. Don Moorhead, Lou Harris and Munroe Eley scored touchdowns for the Lions who had built up quarter leads of 7- 0, 14-7 and 21-7. Ivan MacMillan kicked three converts for the Lions. The Stampeders won their second game in a row under rookie quarterback Joe Piscarcik as Howard Starks intercepted twice in the fourth quarter to stop Argonaut offensive threats. Tom Porzani, who took a 11- yard pass from Piscarcik, and Willie Burden, on a two-yard plunge, scored touchdowns for Calgary. Cyril McFall con- verted both and kicked field goals from four and 39 yards. He added a 27-yard single to round out the scoring. Toronto's only touchdown was scored on a 74-yard pass from Mike Rae to split end Chuck Herd in the first quarter. Zenon Andrusyshyn got the other points with field goals of and 22 yards and a convert. Cutler, whose field goal kicking was aided by a 25- mile-an-hour wind, connected from 27, 34, 49, 23, and. 56 yards away. The only other Edmonton points were provid- ed by a safety conceded by Bomber kicker Walt McKee. The game's only touchdown was scored by Bomber defen- sive back Paul Williams who fell on a loose ball in the Ed- monton end zone following a short punt by Edmonton quar- Nordiques win By The CANADIAN PRESS Quebec Nordiques didn't take long to put the expansion Indianapolis Racers in their place in a World Hockey Association game Sunday night. The Nordiques scored twice in an eight-second span and defeated the Racers 4-1. Alain Caron scored at of the first period and Serge Bernier added what turned out to be the winner from the faceoff that followed at Rejean Houle and Dale Ho- ganson had the other Quebec goals. Ron Walters scored for Indianapolis late in the third period. Quebec's Michel Parizeau and Indianapolis goalie Ed Dyck drew double minors for their scuffle in the second period In Sunday's other games, Toronto Toros edged Michigan Stags 4-3, Vancouver Blazers topped Chicago Cougars 3-1, and Cleveland Crusaders tied Phoenix Roadrunners 4-4. On Saturday, New England Whalers nudged Michigan 2-1, Cleveland dropped Minnesota Fighting Saints 3-1, and San Diego Mariners trounced Houston Aeros 6-2. Michigan goalie Gerry Des- jardins kept the Stags in their Sunday game with Toronto un- til Wayne Dillon broke a 3-3 tie with a little less than two min- utes to play. Desjardins finished with 43 saves. Former Czechoslovakian national star Vaclav Nedomansky scored his first goal as a Toro. Vancouver veteran Johnny McKenzie scored a power- play goal to break a 1-1 tie after Chicago's Bob Lid- dington drew a hooking penal- ty with less than two minutes to play. At McDonough's three goals helped Cleveland build an ear- ly 4-0 lead, but Phoenix came back to salvage a tie on goals by Michel Cormier, John Gray, Don Borgeson and Murray Keogan. terback Tom Wilkinson. The punt from the end zone came down at the Edmonton five yard line and after a number of players tried to retrieve the ball, it ended up in the end zone. McKee converted the touch- down and added a third- quarter field goal to complete the scoring Meanwhile, Montreal Alouettes dumped Ottawa Rough Riders 28-0 Sunday to clinch first place in the Eastern Football Conference. The slumping Alouettes had been labelled underdogs against the so-called revitaliz- ed defending Grey Cup cham- pions. A win by the Riders would have tied them for first place with the Als. But the Riders didn't even see the Montreal end of the field until the dying seconds of third quarter. Montreal quarterback Jimmy Jones threw a 27-yard pass to Johnny Rodgers late in the first quarter for the Als' first touchdown and Jones ran 25 yards in the third quarter for the second touchdown. In the fourth quarter, defen- sive back Dickie Harris took the ball that Ottawa running back Kerry Marbury didn't want and romped 45 yards un- molested into the Rider end zone. Marbury had caught a first- down pass from Jerry Keeling and what followed probably will be called the strangest play of the season. Marbury fell after catching the pass, but he wasn't touch- ed by any player. Thinking the play dead, which it would have been under U.S. rules, import Marbury attempted to hand the ball to a bewildered referee. The referee wouldn't take the ball because the play still was in progress, so Mar- bury threw it to the ground .and walked away. Harris scooped up the ball and tore down the sidelines into the Rider end zone for a touchdown. Don Sweet converted all three touchdowns and added two field goals and a single. Golden Suns drop a pair The Taber Golden Suns dropped a pair of Alberta Junior Hockey League contests to toe Mets in Spruce Grove over the weekend, los- ing 7-6 in overtime Saturday, and dropping a 9-3 decision in a penalty filled contest Sun- day. Tony Currie scored at 52 seconds of overtime Saturday night with his second goal of the game to give the Mets their win. Taber led 3-2 after the first period and it was tied 5-5 after the second and 6-6 after regulation time. Other Spruce Grove scorers were Gary Reisling, Rick Saparniuk, Dave Morrow and Jim Cross. Dean Solbeim scored twice for Taber while Bernie Syrenne, Rocky Sagniuk, Don Rentier and Bob Miller got one each. On Sunday, Keith Hertz and Tony Carrie each scored two goals for.the Mets, with singles by Rick Zaparniuk, Tony Lecuyjer, Paul Messier, Dave Hoyda and Roy Sommers. Greg Koper, Ber- nie Syrenne and Bob Miller replied for the Golden Sons who were outshot 48-40. Spruce Grove had 15 of 25 minor penalties called in the game and three of seven ma- jors. Jerry Bancks scored two goals to lead Calgary Canucks to a 6-1 victory over the Pass Red Devils in Blairmore Saturday night It was the eighth straight loss for The Pass which has been unable to come up with a win so far in the AJHL season. Mark Russell, Ross Patter- son, Wayne Sherger and Bob Kerr got the other goals for Calgary who led 4-1 and 5-1 by periods. John Hawkins got the only goal for The Pass in the first period. The Pass collected six of the 11 minor penalties while Mike Hayworth of the Canucks collected a misconduct and a game misconduct. Calgary onlsbot The Pass 34-31. Randy Marshall scored at of overtime to give Drumheiler Falcons a 4-3 vic- tory over Red Deer Rustlers in DrumbeJler Saturday night Other scorers for Drumheiler were Jim Nill, Ron Rose and Bruce Small. Barry Lassiter scored two for Red Deer and Kevin Joll one. There was no scoring in the first period and Drumheiler led 3-2 after the second. Drumheiler outshot Red Deer 39-38. Both teams took 10 minor penalties, and under the new AJHL rule, Gary Bembridge of Dramheller and Ralph MacLain Pont of Red Deer were thrown out of the game for fighting. On Sunday, the Rustlers scored three unanswered third period goals to defeat the Falcons 5-2. Captain Barry -Lassiter scored two goals for Red Deer and Rod Pimm, Gord Guslafson and Jim Causgrove had one each. Danny Lasto scored both goals for Drumheiler. The Falcons drew 10 of 12 minors and three of five game misconducts The teams split four majors. Rick Ridel was9 in Dramheller nets to face 48 shots while Rod Carlson and Merv Klaus at the opposite end of the ice together faced only 15. N.Y. Islanders no longer serve as league's doormat THE CANADIAN PRESS Goalie Billy Smith and New York Islanders discovered Sunday night it is fun to have a National Hockey League ex- pansion team to kick around. The Islanders, kicked around a good deal themselves the last two seasons as an expansion team, won 5-0 over Washington Capitals, one of this year's new teams. It was Smith's first shutout since 1970-71, when he played for Springfield Kings of the American Hockey League. And it was the first shutout for the Islanders in their 161- game NHL history. Smith was in 83 of those games. The win, kept New York in a three-way tie with Philadelphia Flyers and Atlanta Flames in Division 1. The Islanders, who have a game in hand, were mired in the East Division basement in each of their first two seasons. Bob Bourne, Ernie Hicke, Billy Harris, Ralph Stewart and Rick Fortier were the Islander scorers. In Sunday's other games, Toronto Maple Leafs and Buf- falo Sabres tied 5-5, Montreal Canadiens tied the Flyers 2-2, Atlanta whipped Pittsburgh Penguins 5-1, Boston Bruins blanked California Golden Seals 4-0, Vancouver Canucks edged New York Rangers 1-0 and Chicago Black Hawks trampled Minnesota North Stars 6-0. In Saturday's games, Buf- falo edged Minnesota 2-1, Van- couver shaded Toronto 5-4, Philadelphia tripped Pitt- sburgh 6-3, New York Rangers downed the Islanders 4-2, Montreal defeated California 5-1, Detroit Red Wings stopped the Capitals 6-4, Chicago topped St. Louis Blues 3-1 and Los Angeles Kings shut out Kansas City Scouts 3-0. Don Luce and Gil Perreault scored two goals each for the Sabres, who spotted Toronto a 3-1 lead and had Rick Robert and Jerry Korab thrown out of the game in the first period. The draw left the Sabres and Leafs tied for first place in Division 4. Rick MacLeish scored on a pass from Bob Kelly to give the Flyers their tie midway in the final period. Centre Tom Lysiak scored one goal and assisted on three others for the Flames, who scored three times with a man advantage. The Bruins outshot the Seals 39-16 as Gilles Gilbert, making his first start in goal since Boston lost its opener 9-5, got the shutout. Garry Monahan scored at cf the first period and Vancouver goalie Gary Smith protected the lead, giving the Canucks their victory. WCHL looks to'U.S. SASKATOON (CP) Of- ficials of the Western Canada Hockey League will shortly journey to Spokane, Wash., to discuss the establishment of a league franchise in that city, Ed Chynoweth, League President, said. The trip is being made "because it was only good business sense, plus the fact that people in Spokane should be entitled to see major junior Chynoweth said. NHL weekend scorers SATURDAY Buffalo 2 at Minnesota 1 McNab; Philadelphia 6 at Pittsburgh 3 2, Saleski 2, Clarke, Kind- rachuk; DeMarco, Kelly. 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