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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THS LETHDRIDGf HEBAID Hamilton prorcs tcnm bcnl ivllh win. Cutler By Tlin CANADIAN I'HHSS Uave Culler kickwl Ins wuy Inlo Ilic Canadian Football League record I'ook Sunday and helped wipe oul a bad memorv. Culler's league recoul o[ six (ielcl goals in one gamp ]jro- pelied Edmonton Eskimos to n 2.V2J win over Saskatchewan Roughrirters and gave the Esks a share of first place in Hie Westrcn Football Conference wilh Winnipl'K Blue Bombers. Both teams have 5 records. !n nlher weekend action. Calvary scored a touchdown willi 25 seconds re- maining Sal unlay to edge Brit- ish Columbia Lions 19-17 in a battle of teams already elimi- nated from playoff conlention. Cutler, has Ijeen criti- cized by Edmonlon fans for his erratic kicking, missed a 20- yard Held final with seconds re- maining lhat would have gained Edmonton a lie with Officials attacked in Montreal MONTREAL (CP) OKI c i a I s overseeing Montrea1 Alouclles last .scheduled regu lar-scason Eastern Foothal Conference home panic Sunclav aflernoon were roule Lo their dressing roon by a mob of fans. The Alo.ieUes had Jus dropped a 17-7 decision to Ot taw a Riders before a crowd of Referee Bill Dell of Oshawa Ont.. received a punch in th mouth as lie Iried Lo push hi ivay through Hie crowd-- -mostl young people that had gath ered outside the field house a the west end of Molson Sfa dium. The officials use tb Montreal field house as dress Ing rooms. The crowd had begun to as semble on the field before th final grin sounded. The stadia clock apparently erred- in show ing no time left to play, whe in fact Ihc referee ruled th panic not over. Several Montreal Gene Gaines, Ed George, Larr Fairholm anil Peter Dal to the rescue of tt officials, r.nd managed to e: tricate field judge Joe Rocc of Hamilton from the mob uni jured. POLICE 5TEPPE1J IN Montreal police then stepper In to assist hard-pressed see ity officials. Hap Shouldice, supervisor EFC officials, said he iras d lurbed. by the attack on the of cials. "I suppose that's par! of tf game, but it's too bad." The incident was a culmin Hon of bad feeling that h, erupted earlier wilh a fight b tween Montreal and Ottav. supporters along the edge the field and in front of tt stands. Eight days ago, the Alouelt entertained Hamilton Tige Cats and lost 21 footballs fans rushing out of the stands. hi tuonlli. "In the Iwk of my mind has bow the 20-y ardor 1 misled. ic six Sunday were "great for i' Edmonton's victory sets up n owlown at rexl mday agaiiiF.1 Hie Uoiulwrs wilh Uu> finishing first in Ihe conference. Culler, a four-year veteran from Simon Krasor who prac- tises 50 field goals a ;ilso added a convert to boost his conference-leading scoring total lo no poitU.s. Two of tlie field goals came from Ihc 31, with the oSlicrs from "H and Ik1 wjis shod on a nllempt. Sunday's carur heforr Kilnionloti fans was the lliird Kdtnuiitoii-SLiskiiU'liewau bntllc this scfison thai involved con- troversy. Aflyr Tom L'amnana's one-yard run with. 10 seconds THE A'S WIN IT AIL Oakland manager Dick Williams runs lo join Sal Bon- do, Rollie Fingers and catcher DOVD Dunccin Sunday after they won Ihe World Series, defeating the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 in the seventh game. At top right is coach Alex Grammas of the Reds. (AP Wirepholo) Milk snaps losing streak Overtime spells loss for Kings, Red Devils Ellis hot for Vulcan Tom Ellis, quarterback for I Cobras wilh a pair of toucli- tlie Vulcan Cougars, was ex-1 wliilc Tini Smith chipped major and Attention Hunters HORSE TRAILERS FOR RENT CHINOOK TRAILER SALES St. S. Ph. 328.4916 ceptional as he guided his team- mates to a 31-19 victory over the Claresholm Cobras in Fool- hills Football Conference ac- lion Salnrday. The Cobras, who led 19-3 at half-Lime, sal back and waleh- cd Kllis rack up 28 big poinls in the second half lo Rive his club the win and a share of first place UTth Hie Cobras in the western division of the FLC. Ellis led the Cougar's offen- sive uniL as he scored all 31 points for the Cougars by regis- tering four touchdowns, a field goal and four converts. Durochie paced the WAIIMIIII; AHI-AII 6 PREPHRE VQUR tRR! Radiator Flushed A ,75 Anli-Ffeeze Installed.....Only KING Chrysler Dodge Corner of 1 llh Si. and 3rd Ave. Soulh PHONE 328-9271 WHTS Lindsay a In anolhcT western division contest, the High River Mus- tangs Wasted Nanton 209. Phil Train notched a touch- down and a convert for the Mustangs while pon Fraser and Dan McCready aiticti with a major score each. Norton's scorers were un- available. Meanwhile in exhibition play, the Milk River Jiidge Riders snapped a losing streak over a period ot two years, by dropping the St. Mary's War- rinr.s 19-13. Scotl lUissell led the way for the Riders with two touchdowns while Neil Smith added one. Murray Clelland also chipped in with a convert in the win while Nnrcisse Blood picked lip (wo touchdowns and Kvert Wells n single for the losers. In eastern division action, the Coiildale Spartans earned a berth into the league's cham- pionship linal against the west- ern division champs by defeat- ing the Raymond Comets 24-16. The Spartans clinched Hie ;st title WLlh Uteir 5cvr-nlh consecutive victory in as many starls. Tlie championship final will he staged Nov. 3 at B p.m. at the Henderson Ijall park. In Saturday's game. Gerhard Sciimold galloped for two touch- rirm-iis lo lead the Spatl.-in'.s' at- tack while Brian King and Hay Lister added one major crich. Mark Kamitomo racked up a touchdown and two co'r.-r rts Jim Ralph a touchdown for the Cornels. In anothe" division match, the Cardston Coiisars the I'icture Dean Russell managed thc- loiu; touchdown for the Cour'ars while Larry Rhnn added a [iclrl ant] a convert. remaining narrowed the score lo thi' Houghridcrs rccoV' i creel Ilieir kickrjff at their '13. I Owh Have Skricn protested Ihc clock was allowed lo nin three seconds after Ihe was wJiislled dead. He siiul there no doubt "that Lnsl three .seconds." The liKlc-s managed to gel ore more play, off and moved to Ihe Edmonton before time ran oul. Skricn insisted that if the three seconds hadn't been Ihe Riders would have lime for another play. "Ts [i terrible way to lose a fool bull said Ken Pre- slmi, Saskatchewan genera manager. 1 n Eskimo-Rider g a m e s Edmonton flanker Bobby Taylor threw B ball i Skrien's face and a post-game bra wl c r tinted when linemen tcok hard shots at ouarterbackf To1'! of F.dmontoi irrl tton Lancaster of Sns i'k'hewaii. IlLimiUon Tiger-Cats firml1 established lliemselvcs as Ihe lo boat, not onlv In Ihe but the West, when they H'nn; an loss on the en Football Conference-loading Winniiiec Blue Bombers Satuf- lav niuhl. K marked (he ninth straight vin for the 'IHcals, who hold irsl in (lie Eastern. Conference ,vilii a 10-3 mark to lead Ot- Rough Riders, who stayed with the Ticats Sunday by knocking over Montreal Moncllos 17-7, by two points. Fans attacked game officials at Montreal, injuring referee Bill Dell of Oshawa, Onl. The Tiger-Cats have one Ranio k-R, rtl home Nov. 5 i i: n i n s t Toronto Argorauls, while the Hitters meet the Arpos in Toronto Saturday and close out the season Nov. -1 al Ottawa acninsl Winnipeg. If Hamilton wins its remain- ing game and Ollawa its two, Ihe Ticals would nail dovn first in the RFC by virtue of vic- tories over the Rough Riders in llicir three meetings. ALS-AKGO.S BATTLE Also in doubt third place and a playoff berth where the comfortable cushioi has been narrowed to two points over Ihe fast-closing Argos who have won their las two starts behind quarterback -Ice Theismann. Toronto hab two games fo play, the ALs one. Chuck Kaley's play selection, Dave Ritcharan's running and a fine defensive effort in Ivor U'ynne Startnm estab- lished Ihc Hamilton club as heavy favorites Lo represent the in the Grey Cup game on home grounds Dec. 3. If there was ever any doubl, ttalcy took a firm grip on Ihe Canadian Football League's rookie award, lie's had more spt'L'tacular games, but the 22- year-old from University of Ictlo (Ohio) has marked himself as one of the CFI.'s outstanding p'ay callers in his firit pro sea- son. ED.MONTON 2J SASKATCHEWAN 13 SASK EDM By LLOYD YAMAGIS1II Hernld Sports Writer Bob Sp'kolkoskl scored at of overtime Sunday to give Ed- monton MeLs a 6-5 victory over I-elhbrirJge Sugar Kings in an Alberta Junior Hockey League lame at Henderson Ice CcnLre. Sugar Kings held period leads of 3-0 and 4-3 and were onL- scored 2-1 in the linal period. Other Edmonton goals came Irom Gord Gamble, Dave Bell, Ted Fellows, Hod Lecuyer and Jim Hoyda. Don Renner was tire top marksman of the game, scoring three limes for Lethbridge In the losing cause. Pete McMah- on and Rick Ijalonde were the other Sugar Kings' scorers, Hay McLcod made 37 saves in the Edmonton net while Ted Stokes in (he Letnbririge net turned aside 39 shots. A crowd of 300 was on hand. Gamble and Edmonton's John Miami rolls along By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington Redskins won a jig one, Miami Dolphins won another one, Philadelphia Eagles finally won one, and New Orleans Saints didn't lose one. "It was their sticking to- gether as a learn; just staying in said coach George Allen of Washington's 24-20 vic- tory on Sunday over Dallas Cowboys in the National Foot- ball league. Charley Jlaraway ran 13 yards for the game-winning touchdown as the Redskins, now 5-1, took the lead in fho National Conference East and the Cowboys dropped into the spot at 4-2. The Dobbins remained Ihc only undefeated team in pro football with a narrow 24-23 vic- tory over Buffalo Bills. I.ISKK LEADS KAGIJJS The Eagles broke a six-game losing streak bv upsetting Kan- sas City Chiefs 21-20 on ouar- terback Pelc Liskc's three touchdown passes. Liske played in the Canadian Football league with Calgary Starape- ders and Toronto Argonauts. And the Saints, also winless, tied heavily-favored San Fran- cisco M9ers 20-20. Bruce Gos- Burgess each wcro given 10- minulc misconducts and game misconduct penalties, bridge was assessed six minors and Edmonton took seven. Meanwhile Saturday night in Blairmore Sid Uayncr scored at of overtime lo give the Mets a 7-6 win over (he Pass Red Devils. Edmonton led 4-1 after the first period but the Red Devils rallied in the second lo tie the score 4-1. The learns were tied e-S after 60 minutes. Ted Follows, Al Mason, Ron Lecuyer, Cord Gamble, Dave Bell and flord Drimacomlw scored for Edmonton. Lyle Mur- ray led the Devils wilh two goals and Robbie Flocklia-L, Ed Guisen, Brenl Sim and Wayne Krcbs shared the others. Edmonlon goalie Hay McLcod slopped 42 shots while Rob Bil- loy made 37 saves for (he Red Devils. In Calgary Garj' Bembridge's second goal of Ihc night at the mark ot overtime lifted [he Drumhollor Falcons to a 7-6 victory over the Calgary Canucks Sunday night. Also scoring lor Drumheller iverc Hyan Wccker and Ken Nelson with n pair and defence- man Fred 1 lucid. Roger Lamourcux, Roger Rourquc, Dale Eloschuk, Blaino McLcod, Hon Filyk, and Don Eastcoll replied for the Can- ucks. EDMONTON I LETHBR1DGE 3 Firs! Period 1. Lelhbrldqe, Mc- Mahon tO'Donrell) 2. Lelh- bridge, Renner (KnibtnJ 3. Lelh. bridge Rcmer (Knlbbs) Penal- ties -Rofcerli, Fcjlowj, 3. Chalmers, BurgeiS, O'Donnell. Second Period J. tdmonlon, Hoy- da (Fellovjsl 5. Leltibridge, Renner Iceland) 6. Edmwiton Gamble (unaisislcdj 7. Edmon- lon, Lecuyer IMahoni} Penni- chvcko. Third Period 8. Edmonton, Fel- lOHS CunassllledJ V. D-M (I'erkin) 10. Lelhbrldge lalonde lO'Donnelh Penalties O'Dnnnell, SoKolkosXi, Sokolkoski. McMdhon, Gamble (minor, miscofi- dutr. game misconduclJ, Overlioie 11. Edoionton, Sokolko- skt Penalltes-O'Donnell, Push- ing. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eailtrn Division W T. T f Boalon Tor onto Islanders Wetlern Divi Chicago 5 2 Pillsburgh J 3 Philadelphia 1 Minnesofa 1 3 Allanla 1 i SI. Louis 1 3 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY I 4 0 ID 19 IB 10 1 IS 1J "A re u 13 30 sett's 36-yard three seconds field goal with eft in (he game ALBERTA JUNIOR Red mheller Calgary Crcv.snc'J FliT Flon Winnipeg Regina Medicine Hal Edmonton New Wesl V; L T F 2 0 31 31 4 0 71 ?S 3 0 li 75 7 0 31 39 1 33 30 1 16 11 1 78 37 iS 29 11 34 23 10 29 17 B CANADIAN LFAGUE WESTERN CONFERENCE Chi llalo 7 Afljnl.i icigo 4 Califor ia 1 3 Quebec i 'iVinriipcg Philadelphia i Chicago J os Ar.gcles 7 Minnesola 5 Hew York American S Cincinnati 3 RiChmcnrJ S New H.iven 1 Nov.i Scolia 3 Provid-fica D Cluvelcrid t 3 Rocnesler 4 Qnltinno-r 7 International Daylcn 3 Pwf Hurcn 1 Flint 5 F New F rt Way 3 land 7 Isfand Rhcde I Lake 3 Porlland 1 Dipgo 7 Pr.3rr.Ix 7 MUHJ'IIY TIIIl All-US SYDNEY, Australia (Rent Hob Murphy of Ilic United a t'.olf prn on his first visit to Australia, won Ilic Wills Maslers lour- namc-nl Sundny uith a final round of 07 for a 273 Intal, 10 under paT. CALGARY 1? B.C. U 7J 13J 4M 3U 13-11 0 f 5-3? frjj 0-0 I-l t, W 7-53 CAI- B.C. salvaged the lie for Ihe '49ers. In Sunday's other NFL ac- New York Jets beat Balti- more Colts 2-1-20, Cleveland Browns Jrcat Houston Oilers 23- 17, Denver Broncos upset Oak- land Raiders 30-23, Atlanta Fal- cons edged Green Bay Packers 10-9, New York Giants stung St. Cardinals 27-21, IXK An- geles Hams clipped Cincinnati Bengals 15-12, Delroil Lions ashed San Diego Chargers 34- 20 and Pillsburgh Sleelers irnshed New England Patriots I3-3. In lonighl's only game, Min- nesota Vikings are at Chicago Bears. HAMILTON >l I PEG 143 2S3 13-3J IT 37 A-135 1-11 You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Scold Whisky TM.F.D IS' SCOTLAND I .rct irjft-.F IKr. Blended and BoUlccI in Scotland by Morse Scotfand Pronghorns split on weekend The University of Lethbridgc Pronfjhorns earned a splil, but t he Lclhbri dge YMCA were dropped twice in Alberta Se- nior Men's Volleyball League action at the V of L gymnasium Saturday. Gaining a split decision the Pronghorns finished the! first round of play with a solic 3-] record. In their first encounter Salur day, they dropped a hard-Tough 3-2 verdict to visiting Calgary Jet-Setters. They picked vp 15 10 arc 16-14 victories, but suffered 17-15 15-11 and 15-13 losses. Tn their second match of Lh' day, the Pronghorns whippet the Mount Royal Cougars three Barnes to one in their best-of five scries. The Pronghorns picked up a jiV-iO win in the first match ant v.-or. 15-12 in the third, hut drop- peri a tough loss in th second. The final game of the series was the most exciting aft the Pronghorns trailed 14-8 at on time. They came back with eigh straight poinfs to defeat Lhe visitors. Meanwhile the YMCA had rough weekend scries, droppin two straight games 3-1. Tim Cougars defeated lh YMCA in the first series whJl Hie Jet-Sellers performed tb trick In the second. 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