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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE October 1974 CRUISI TO 10th ANNUAL COMMONWEALTH GAMES Austria Jin. 11, Z.ilind Feb. 8th. Priced Irom p.rton (thtrlnfl) For complete information and bookingt contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-3201 The Herald Sports J Lover Level 7lh St. Shopping Mill LtthbrMgt. (403) 321-7411 FILING CABINETS n net Lethbridge Longhorn netminder Dale Emmel- horns, after a quick start in league play, have been hit kamp watched the puck slide by him into a wide open by a five-game losing streak. Sunday the Edmonton net Sunday afternoon at Henderson Ice Centre. Long- Mets trimmed the locals 10-3. Riders regain share of top spot Lions hold Eskimos to draw By THE CANADIAN PRESS Jack Abendschan of Sas- katchewan Roughriders gets a kick out of his job and his team-mates are glad he en- joys it. The veteran import used his talented toe. Sunday, to produce 16 points as Saskatchewan battered Calgary Stampeders 34-7 in Regina to create another traf- fic jam in the struggle for playoff positions in the Western Football Conference. Abendscan kicked four field goals, three converts and a single as Roughriders moved into a tie for first place with Edmonton Eskimos less than 24 hours after the Eskimos es- caped with a 14-14 deadlock with British Columbia Lions. The weekend's results left every club within reach of a playoff berth. The first-place battle between Edmonton and Saskatchewan is certain to be settled in Edmonton Nov. 4, the final day of the season. The points gained by the Lions for their deadlock before fans in Ed- monton averted their elimination. The Lions must win their two remaining games to capture third place and the final playoff spot now held in Calgary. Winnipeg Blue Bombers lost an opportunity to take over third spot when they were trounced 34-7 in a Canadian Football League interlocking contest Saturday in Montreal. Calgary trails the co-leaders by eight points but leads Win- nipeg by one and British Columbia by two. The Stampeders were far from impressive in their first start under Jim Wood, their new head coach appointed when Jim Duncan was fired last week. Calgary's only scoring was a 24-yard touchdown pass from Peter Liske to Mark Herman in the fourth quarter before at Regina. Larry Robinson, converted. By that time Regina was in full com- What now Gaudaur? THE CANADIAN PRESS Weekend games in the East- ern Football Conference did nothing to settle final playoff positions, but one of them pre- sented a knotty problem for Jake Gaudaur. Canadian Football League com- missioner, to unravel. Montreal Alouettes defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 34-7 in Montreal Saturday and Ottawa Rough Riders edged Toronto STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! P.M. GIL HAYES vs OMAR ATLAS vs HART 6 Exciting S2.80 S2 Argonauts 20-19 Sunday in Ot- tawa. That left Ottawa on top of the standings one point ahead of Montreal, two ahead of Toronto and only four up on idle Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Gaudaurs problem arose late in the second quarter in Montreal as the result of a field brawl that ended with Terry Evanshen and Johnny Rodgers of Montreal and Dale Potter and Bob McLaren of Winnipeg being ejected from the game. At that point Winnipeg held a 7-3 lead on a fumble- recovery touchdown by Paul Williams and a convert by Don Jonas compared with a Montreal field goal by Don Sweet. On the play after the brawl, Montreal coach Merv Levy sent Jimmy Jones, an import and alternate quarterback, in as a wide receiver to replace Rodgers. also an import. As designated import, Jones can only be exchanged freely with the starting quarterback, ff he replaces any other im- port, that import is finished for the day. Winnipeg coach Jim Spavital vehemently main- tained that Jones could not replace Rodgers who had been ejected. He immediately protested the game to of- ficials and general-manager Earl Lunsford followed this up with an immediate letter protesting the subsequent out- come of the game to Gaudaur. Fullback Steve Ferrugnelli eventually was pulled from the Montreal lineup and Jones was in for only the one play, but Winnipeg maintains all this has nothing to do with the rules violation on which the protest is based. mand, primarily because of a 21-0 halftime lead. George Reed, who piled up 161 yards rushing on 24 carries, earned one touchdown in a six-yard blast. Al Ford ran one yard for a ma- jor and Rick Eber added the other on a 26-yard heave from quarterback Ron Lancaster. All other points were con- tributed by Abendschan. his field goals coming from dis- tances of 19. 18. 14 and 42 yards. Edmonton was fortunate to tie B.C. Garry Lefebvre who spends much of his spare time preaching as a member of the Fellowship of Christian Ath- letes, caught a 43-yard scoring pass from Bruce Lemmerman with 23 seconds remaining SASKATCHEWAN 34, CALGARY 7 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Passes made-tried Interceptions Punts-average Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Cal. 10 56 162 180 13-28 0 13-41 0 4-22 Sask. 24 231 221 440 11-23 2 8-41 0 2-27 Enerson Motors Sales Appointments! Mr. John Vargo, General Sales Manager, announces the appointment of the following to Enerson's Pontiac-Buick-GMC-Sales Division: DALE BROOKS Dale has been a resident of Leth- bridge for 21 years. He has a wife Sherry and one daughter. Dale is an active member of the Fish and Game Association, enjoys outdoor sports and re- creation. He invites you to come in to Enersons and see the com- plete line of 74 Pontiacs, Buichs and GMC's. COLIN McLAY Colin is former Calgary resident. He and his wife Marion came to Lethbridge 2Vi years ago. Colin has been in the Gales field for 6 years. He is a member of Toast- masters and enjoys golf, fishing, and auto racing. TERRY ROSAINE Terry was born and raised here in ihe city. He has been in public sales for Ihe past 9 years. Terry invites all of his Iriends and former customers to look for him in their future motoring needs at Enerson's. of course! HOWARD LONG Howard, formerly of Magrath has been residing in LethOriage for the past 4 years. He has been in the public sales field for 4 years Howard has a wife Pam and one daughter. He enjoys basketball and hunting in his spare time. Howard would like to welcome his friends to see all that's new in Ihe Pontiac-Buick GMC line. ENERSON'S... Of Course! PONTIAC BUICK G.M.C. Phone 329-4444 MONTREAL 34, WINNIPEG 7 Wpg Mil First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Panes made-tried Interceptions Punts-average Fumbles-lost Penaltiesvards EDMONTON 14 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Passes made-tried Interceptions Punts-average Fumbles-lost Penalty-yards OTTAWA 20, TORONTO 19 B none 9-41 1-nq 3 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Passes made-tried Interceptions-yards Punts-average Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 21 103 211 260 13-18 2-8 9-47 0-0 5-15 Oil. 21 81 310 391 20-37 1-33 7-46 1-1 5-60 Pass stays on top Longhorns lose Edmonton Mets took it out on Lethbridge Longhorns Sun- day afternoon in Alberta Junior Hockey League action. Playing before a good crowd at Henderson Ice Centre the northern visitors took advan- tage of Lethbridge hospitality to skate away with a convinc- ing 10-3 victory. Saturday night in Blair- more, the Mets were not treated as guests and suffered an 8-4 defeat at the hands of the high-flying Red Devils. Sunday afternoon the Longhorns. who have been haunted by the third period letdown, had a complete reversal of form. The first period proved to be their downfall. Mets erupted for five goals in the final 10 minutes of the opening stanza and never looked back. They added three unanswered efforts in the se- cond period and outscored the locals 2-1 in the third. Ric Zaparniuk. whose brother Darrell plays with the Longhorns. won the family matchup as he scored three times to pace the Mets. Two goal efforts went to Doug Lecuyer. Jim Poplonski and Doug Messier. Al Babyck chipped in with a single. Ron Krikke, Brad Cox and Joe Meli replied for the Longhorns. The clubs saw 25 penalties whistled down in the game in- cluding four majors and a game misconduct. Edmonton got the nod on 16 of the 25 penalties called. Longhorns will have a full week to iron out their present difficulties. They will not play until next Sunday in Red Deer and then are at home to Calgary Canucks for the first meeting of the two teams, at Henderson next Tuesday evening at eight. Meanwhile in Blairmore, Alta. Randy Sparks and Pete McMahon with two goals each led the Pass Red Devils to an 8-4 victory over Edmonton Mets Saturday which saw its share of rough action. Red Devils took a 3-1 lead in the first period and increased their advantage to 7-2 going into the third. John Hawkins, Brent McCracken, Gorde Adomeit and Lyle Murray contributed singles to the winning cause while Jerry Cormach, Bob Sockolowski, Bob Waldren and Doug Lecuyer replied for Edmonton. Mike McCollam started in the nets for the Pass and was relieved by Jerry Dyck for the third period. They combined to stop 37 shots, while Ed- monton netminders Jim Bowman and Brad Hall com- bined to stop 32. Edmonton served 14 of 23 EDMONTON 10 LETHBRIDGE 3 First period Lethbridge. Krikke (unassisted) 2. Edmonton, Zaperniuk (Walden. Cormack) 3. Lethbridge, Cox (Krikke, 4. Edmonton, Poplonski (unassisted) 5. Ed- monton. Lecuyer (unassisted) 6. Edmonton. Poplonski (Magen. Messier) 7. Edmonton. Lecuyer (Roberts) 8. Edmon- ton. Zaperniuk (Topolinsky) Penalties Weiland. Soetart, Clemens and Sorkolowski. Second Edmonton, Messier (Magnen) 10. Edmon- tnn, (Lec'jyer) 13.00. Magnen. Clemens, Zapernuik, Cleland (minor, miscon- Soetart, Soetart, Krikke (ma- jor) Sockolowski Topolinski. Jensen (minor, major) Cox Messier, Babyck. Third Edmonton. Messier (Poplowski) 12. Ed- monton, Zaperniuk 13. Lethbridge, Meli (Cleland, Clemens) Clemens. Sockowski and Lecuyer. REWARD YOURSELF Now by visiting and thinking of your future re- or summer leisure at British Columbia's finest properties on the north shore of Shuswap Lake. Anglemont Estates has a motel, marina, 9 hole golf course, air strip, community lodge, and guest ranch. Come share with me via Aircraft or Bus, on Halloween Weekend 2 nights in our lovely motei. All transportation, meals and refresh- ments. FOR ONLY COUPLE Call BOB PRESTON at iht EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL 327-5701 for Reservations Film Showing, Sunday, October 28 2 p.m. X I p.m. WMttrntr Room El Rancho Motor Hotel RtlrMhmcnii will Mrved, Welcome minor penalties, while the Pass was assessed five of six majors. In Calgary the host Canucks thrashed Drumheller Falcons 5-1 Sunday. Scoring for Calgary were Byron Stephen, Mendel Vysholid. Terry McFaul, Don Cairns and Dave Hale. The lone Drumheller goal was netted by Ron Rose. Calgary outshot Drumheller 33-29 and picked up 11 of 16 minor penalties. Canucks' goal tender, Dan Milton, turned aside 28 shots as did Ron Theissen for the Falcons. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR L T F A Pts The Pass 1 0 35 23 14 Cai 3 0 34 31 8 4 0 44 38 8 Red Deer 4 0 35 34 6 5 0 34 41 6 Leth 6 0 28 38 4 L T F A Pts Boston 1 0 29 16 8 Tor 2 0 24 18 8 Buffalo 2 0 21 19 6 NY Rangers 2 1 21 10 7 2 0 17 16 6 Van 3 0 12 17 4 Detroit 4 1 24 27 3 NY Isld 3 3 11 19 3 West Division Phila.......... 4 2 0 Atlanta 3 1 Pitts......... Chi.......... Calif......... Los Ang..... St. Louis Minn........ 1 320 2 1 2 230 1 3 2 1 3 1 033 19 8 13 10 17 23 14 7 11 24 13 20 8 14 16 20 NHL LEADERS G A Pis Esposito, B.............. 8 6 14 Hodge. B 6 Orr. B Martin, But.......... Cournoyer, M 4 Libett, D 5 Henderson, T 4 Tkaczuk. R.............. 3 B 14 2 9 11 6 4 10 2 9 4 9 5 9 6 9 WORLD Manitoba Junior West Kildonan 6 Selkirk 4 Portage 4 St. Boniface 3 Brandon 4 St. James 3 Dauphin 8 Kenora 4 Saskatchewan Junior Notre Dame 6 Humboldt 5 Regina Blues 7 Weyburn 1 Alberta Junior Calgary 5 Drumheller 1 Edmonton 10 Leihbridge 3 B.C. Junior Kelowna 2 White Rock 1 Bellingham 2 Nanaimo 1 SATURDAY National Atlanta 4 Montreal 2 Toronto 3 NY Rangers 2 Buffalo 2 NY Islanders 1 Los Angeles 3 Philadelphia 0 Pittsburgh 5. California 3 St. Louis 4 Minnesota 4 World Vancouver 4 Chicago 3 Quebec 8 New York 1 Cleveland 6 Toronto 4 American Cincinnati 5 Baltimore 3 Hershey 5 Jacksonville 3 Springfield 7 Richmond 1 New Haven 6 Virginia 4 Western Seattle 2 Portland 0 San Diego 4 Salt Lake 2 CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE Western Conference W L T F A Pis 9 5 East Division Cleve N. Quebec Chicago NY Tor Winn Minn, Edm Van Houston Los Ang. Sask Edmt Calgary Winnipeg 0 310 240 18 2 291 254 18 0 193 343 10 1 237 275 9 2 224 304 8 Eastern Conference W L T F Ottawa 8 5 7 4 6 5 A 0 259 234 16 1 260 197.15 2 247 228 14 0 254 246 12 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division Brandon Sask Flin Flon Swift Current Regina Winn Medicine Hat Calgary Westminster Kamloops Edm Victoria SUNDAY National Montreal 3 NY Rangers 2 Buffalo 4 Toronto 3 NY Islanders 3 Chicago 3 Boston 8 Pittsburgh 2 Detroit 11 California 2 World New York 4 Quebec 3 Los Angeles 4 Vancouver 1 Edmonton 4 Chicago i Winnipeg 2 Minnesota 1 Cleveland 2 Houston 0 New England 4 Toronto 3 American Providence 10 Jacksonville 3 Rochester 3 Baltimore 2 Epringfisld 4 iiersnay 2 Western Portland 4 San Diego 1 Salt Lake 6 Phoenix 2 Denver 4 Seattle 2 International Toledo 5 Fort Wayne 3 Columbus 3 Port Huron 1 Muskegon 3 Flint 2 Western Canada Brandon 4 Regina 2 Flin Flon 4 Kamloops 4 Swift Current 3 Victoria 1 Medicine Hat 8 New Westminster 2 Montreal Toronto Hamilton SUNDAY CFL Ottawa 20 Toronto 19 Saskatchewan 34 Calgary 7 NFL Pittsburgh 26 New York Jets 14 Miami 27 Buffalo 6 New England 13 Chicago 10 Ballimore 29 Detroit 27 Cleveland 42 Houston 13 Minnesota 28 Philadelphia 21 Atlanta 41 San Diego 0 Washington 31 St. Louis 13 Los Angeles 24 Green Bay 7 San Francisco 40 New Orleans 0 Dallas 45 New York Giants 28 Cincinnati 14 Kansas City 6 SATURDAY CFL Montreal 34 Winnipeg 7 B.C. 14 Edmonton 14 Intercollegiate Manitoba 40 Saskatchewan 11 Calgary 19 B.C. 8 Quebec Junior Ottawa 17 Verdun 15 Ottawa wins sudden-death tinal. Ontario Junior Brantford 15 Scarborough 12 Scarborough wins two-game total- points final 21-19. BASKETBALL NBA Atlanta 119 Los Angeles 100 Chicago 107 Capital 99 Seattle 116 Phoenix 112 ABA Indiana 112 San Diego 105 New York 114 Utah 94 SATURDAY NBA Buffalo 116 Philadelphia 110 Chicago 85 New York 69 Capital 96 Boston 87 Detroit 107 Houston 104 Portland 123 Seattle 108 Milwaukee 101 Cleveland 88 Phoenix 118 Atlanta 108 Golden State 100 Omaha 81 ABA Carolina 105 Kentucky 102 San Antonio 92 Indiana 66 Virginia 106 Utah 93 See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Oft the Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. T and Service 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;