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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBBIDQE HERALD Monday, October 29, 1973 Vll HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY 17 nlln, dipitl Calgary Otc. 31 from per person (sharing) air (are, accommodation, itc. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL. AGE MALL PHONE The Herald- Finley fined for Series antics NEW YORK (AP) The adventures of Charles O. Finley continue today with the next' chapter from the baseball commissioner's of- fice. Bowie Kuhn will have an an- nouncement concerning the latest fine for Finley's antics during the recent World Series. Finley. the maverick owner of Oakland Athletics, has been Ottawa tops in east play OTTAWA The only thing for certain in the wacky Eastern Football Conference today is that Ottawa Rough Riders will finish first and that Montreal Alouettes will make the playoffs. Third-place Toronto Argo- nauts could finish second or out of post-season play- altogether. Hamilton Tiger-Cats can only finish third and to do that they'll have to beat the Alouettes while the Argos lose to Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the final weekend of regular play. The Riders left their fans chanting "We're No. 1" Sun- day by blanking the Alouettes 16-0 while Hamilton dropped a 34-25 decision to Saskatchewan Roughriders in Regina. The Riders took full advan- tage of four Montreal tur- novers to clinch first place before 26.734 home-town fans. A stubborn Montreal defence twice stalled Ottawa within the Alouette five yard line. But Montreal coughed up the ball twice on fumbles, once on an interception and once on an interception and once on a fouled-up third down punt. One of the fumbles came at the Als 10-yard line when Mon- treal decided to gamble on third down with inches to go. Defensive back Dick Adams gobbled up the ball fumbled by Larry Smith and went On to a touchdown. What made the play a heart- breaker for the Als was that moments before Montreal had taken over the ball when a third-down Riders gamble from oneyard out failed. It marked a great comeback season for Ottawa, which lost its first four games of the schedule. "It is a great, great feeling." Ottawa coach Jack Gotta said after the game. The Riders now are idle for three weeks while the last playoff spots are decided and the semi-final game is played. Round-up CANADIAN FOOTBALL Eastern Conference PACIFIC wash people FREE EXTERIOR WASH with gasoline purchase of 5 gallons or more (Exteriorwash with gasoline purchase ol less than 5 gallons) Complete interior and exterior wash 51 witn p-jrchaso ol 15 gallons or more SI.75' with 10-15 gallon purchase with 5-10 gallon purchase with no gasoline purchase SUPERSONIC CAR WASH 1819- 3 Ave. S. We honor all credit cards approved by dealer before purchase including CHARGEX. Extra charge for L commercial credit W L Ottawa...... 9 Montreal 7 Toronto 6 Hamilton 6 LEADERS: T F A Pts 0 275 234 18 1 260 213 15 2 247 228 14 0 279 250 12 Organ, 0.......0 Sunter, H........0 Andrusyshyn.T .0 Sweet, M........0 TO C FQ S Pts 25 31 5123 29 20 6 95 16 16 88 24 28 Rodgers, M........7 0 Symond, T ........7 0 Henley, H .........7 0 17 0 0 0 1 80 0 42 0 42 0 42 Western Conference W 10 8 6 4 4 L 5 5 9 9 10 Sask...... Edmonton Calgary B.C....... Winnipeg LEADERS: TD C FQ S Pts Culler, E 0 25 30 3123 ABendschan. S 0 36 21 7106 T F A Pti 0 344 265 20 2 301 268 18 0 207 353 12 2 246 321 10 1 254 297 9 5 80 0 78 0 54 0 0 54 10 14 52 8 3 51 0 0 42 Robinson, C.......0 18 19 Reed, S..........13 0 0 McGowan, E.......9 0 0 Musso, B.C........9 0 McKee, W.........0 11 Jonas. W..........2 12 Carnpana, S.......7 0 MacMilian, B.C.....0 6 12 0 42 OTTAWA 16, MONTREAL 0 MTL OTT First downs....... 15 9 Yards rushing 196 92 Yards passing 142 172 Net offence....... 330 259 Passes 14-24 9-iO 0-0 1-19 10-3810-397 2-2 0-0 5-16 1-15 SASKATCHEWAN 34, HAMILTON 25 HAM SASK First downs......... 23 21 Yards rushing 150 72 Yards passing 323 418 Net offence......... 448 490 Passes 18-27 20-31 0-0 1-12 9-37 7-41 0-0 1-1 9-74 5-50 CALORY 14, EDMONTON 10 EDM CAL First downs..... 17 15 Yards rushing 86 it" Yards passing 189 no Net offence.'.... 271 246 Passes 19-38 13- 20 Interceptions 0 2 10-47.1 11-40.5 1-0 0-0 Penalties-ryards 7-57 12-82 BRITISH COLUMBIA 22. WINNIPEG B.C. WPG Firsl downs......... 19 717 Yards rushing 115 138 Yards passing 268 259 Net offence......... 383 397 passes 18-3414-24 Interceptions 2 2 8-43 4-32 1-1 S-20 3-35 fined by Kuhn tor various mis- conducts during the series the notorious Mike Andrews case. If you recall the last episode, Finley forced Andrews to go on the disabled list following two costly errors in Oakland's loss to New York Mets in the second game of the series. For that action. Finley was fined Along with the Andrews case, which took some of the play away from baseball's fall spectacle, Finley also rubbed Kuhn the wrong way in other instances during the series. The controversial owner made a public address an- nouncement to Oakland fans that the Athletics were play- ing with only 24 men instead of the legal 25. A front-office misunderstanding had cost the Athletics a player for the series. For that announcement, against Kuhn's wishes, Finley was fined Finley then got Kuhn mad by turning on the lights at the Oakland Coliseum to help his hitters in the bottom half of an inning. The rules say the lights should be switched on at the top half of the inning so both teams can be helped, not just the home side. For that indiscretion, Finley was tapped for more. Finley, reached at his LaPorte, Ind., home, Called the fine "grossly unfair." He said he would appeal two of the fines to the executive council of baseball the Andrews fine and the an- nouncement penalty. Finley apparently gave up on the other fine because the baseball commissioner has him cold on that one. An order to switch on lights in a basepall park is solely up to the umpires. The Andrews case was the cause was the cause celebre by a longshot. After Andrews made two consecutive errors at second base that allowed three New York runs to score in the 12th inning, Finley ordered a post- game medical examination for the reserve infielder. Dr. Harry Walker examined Andrews and then the in- fielder met with Finley and manager Dick Williams for about 40 minutes. Eventually, Finley produced a medical statement signed by Dr. Walker and countersigned by Andrews which said the player's chronically sore shoulder disabled him for the remainder of the year. Most Oakland players felt that the deal smacked of coer- cion. and some mildly by wearing Andrews' No. 17 in adhesive tape letters on their uniform sleeves one day during prac- tice. Andrews went home to Boston and missed Game No. 3. but was back in uniform for the fourth game when Kuhn rejected Finley's request to put the infielder on the disabl- ed list. FinSev revealed Sunday that he had known of the fines for some days now. After the Ath- letics asked unconditional re- lease waivers on Andrews last Friday. Finley received a "hand-delivered letter from the commissioner telling me of mv fines." Red Devils continue to set pace Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. FUftNITUftE LTD Lower Lival 7th Street Shopping Mall Uthbrldge, (403) 328-7411 CIIAIKS Pronghorns earn split The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns rifled in three unanswered third period goals and brushed aside the Red Deer College Kings 3-1 in an Alberta College Athletic Conference Hockey League game Satur- day night. The victory gave the Pronghorns a split in their in- itial two games in the ACACHL. Friday night at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre, the locals suffered a hard- fought 4-3 setback to the _, tu With two games under their belts the Pronghorns will now take on the task of matching shots with the defending champion Mount Royal College Cougars. This game will be staged in Calgary next Saturday. Meanwhile where outside pressures and positional play hurt the Pronghorns Friday night this was not the case Saturday. Starting out similarly to that of Friday night's contest, the Kings jumped to an early 1-0 lead. But that's where the similarities stopped. The Pronghorns were able to hold the Kings off the scoresheet in the second period and then exploded for three goals of their own in the final 20-minutes to win hands- down. Phil Jensen connected for his second goal of the season for the Kings while Rob Amat- to, Alan Borggard and Mike Weisgerber replied for the Pronghorns. Amatto's unassisted goal at the mark of the final period brought the Pronghorns even with the Kings while Borggard notched the winner some two minutes later. Rod Morrice was once again outstanding in the Pronghorns' net as he turned aside 30 shots. Majority of them were from close range. The Pronghorns were also guilty on eight of 18 minor in- fractions and picked up the only 10-minute misconduct penalty. LETHBRIDGE 3 RED DEER 1 First Period 1. Red Deer, Jensen (Foord) Penalties Weisgerber, Kings (too many Smitten, Johnson and Kist. Second Period No scoring. Penalties Lasby (minor, miscon- Scott, Borggard, Henry, Schalin. Borggard, Johnson, Henry and Zanolli. Third Period 2. Lethbridge, Amatto 3. Lethbridge, Borggard (Zanolli, Walters) 4. Lethbridge, Weisgerber Penalties Marasco, Whltford, Jacobson and Kings (too many Goodbye, goodbye parting is Triple Crown winner Secretariat appears to be having a word with a photo- grapher Saturday as he cools off following a workout. Sunday he had little more than a workout as he won the Canadian International Championship. It was Secretariat's last race. See Riders claim first, Bombers sidelined ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg Blue Bombers registered a first in the Cana- dian Football League Sunday but it wasn't something to be happy about. The Blue Bombers became the first team in the league to drop out of the playoff picture when they lost a Western Con- ference game 22-17 to British Columbia Lions. The rest of the WFC playoff puzzle will have to wait until the regular season ends next weekend, with the third and last playoff position up for grabs when the Lions face Calgary Stampeders. A vic- tory by the Lions, who now trail Calgary by two points, would give them third place because they would have two wins in three games with the Stampeders during the season. Already assured of a playoff first and second place still are question Saskatchewan Roughriders whose 34-25 vic- tory over Hamilton Tiger-Cats in Regina Sunday put them in first place, two points ahead of Edmonton Eskimos. The Eskimos, who can take first place with a victory over the Roughriders in Edmonton next Sunday, were defeated 14-10 by Calgary Saturday night. Johnny Musso popped through the middle of the line for a sixyard touchdown at of the final quarter to give the Lions their victory Sunday. It was his second touchdown of the game. The winning play followed a successful fake punt by the Lions and a costly rough-play penalty against the Bombers. Ivan MacMilian accounted for eight of B.C.'s points with two converts and a pair of field goals. Guthrie boomed two long singles with the help of a 20-mile-an-hour wind. Alumni game set The University of Lethbridge athletic depart- ment will stage it's first ever alumni game Tuesday night. The exhibition tilt at the U of L gym will feature some of the top players who had toiled with the Pronghorns at one time or another, matched against some of the bright hopefuls of the future. Suiting up for the alumni will include the likes of Tim Tollestrup, Doug Kempt, Peter Hague, Randy Milner, Brian Saunders, Don MacLain, Bob Babki, Mark Evans and Roger McAdam. The Pronghorns' lineup will have Larry Baker, Danny Court, Max Zaugg, Roger Baldry, Gary Williams, Peter Sikora, Tom Raffeiner, Jack Chymboryck, Phil Letham and Paul Kenwood. Phil Tollestrup, brother of Tim, couldn't make the alumni game since he is still in Spain. Bob Larose got the only Winnipeg touchdown on a six- yard pass from Don Jonas in the fourth quarter. Jonas kick- ed two field goals and a convert while Walt McKee added a field goal and an 83- yard single. Both clubs accumulated close to 400 yards net offence but not until the final 20 minutes could Jonas or B.C. quarterback Don Moorhead move their clubs in for a ma- jor score. Hamilton was left in the Eastern Division cellar when the Roughriders broke loose for three touchdowns in the final free-wheeling quarter Sunday. The Tiger-Cats managed two touchdowns in the final quarter but couldn't match spectacular long pass-and-run plays by Saskatchewan. Bob Pearce set up one Roughrider touchdown with an 80-yard pass-and-run play while Bobby Thompson set up another with a similar 94-yard play. Terry Bulych scored two touchdowns, both in the final quarter, on one and two-yard runs. Tom Campana took a 40- yard pass from Ron Lancaster for the other final-quarter Saskatchewan touchdown. Thompson scored a second quarter touchdown on a 46- yard pass from Lancaster while Steve Molnar ran two yards for another third- quarter touchdown. Jack Abendschan converted four of the five Saskatchewan touchdowns. East Division Boston Mont Buffalo. Toronto Van NY Rangers NY Isld 6 Detroit Phila Atlanta Chicago Pitts 8 Calif St. Louis Los Ang Minn ESpOSitO, B Hodge, B Martin, But 16 Orr. B Cournoyer, M Lemaire. M New Eng Quebec Cleve Chicago Toronto NY West Edm Winnipeg Minnesota Houston Los Ang Van Joevenazzo turns in solid effort SUNDAY National Chicago 1 Toronto 1 Pittsburgh 7 NY Rangers 2 Buffalo 5 NY Islanders 2 ?v'tinn65Gta 3 oGS'On o Philadelphia 3 California 1 World Los Angeles 2 New York 0 Edmonton 7 Vancouver 5 Quebec 3 Houston 2 Chicago 3 Toronto 2 American Cincinnati 6 Boston 3 New Haven 6 Nova Scotia 4 Springfield 2 Rochester 2 Central Oklahoma City 4 Omaha 3 Western Portland 4 Salt Lake 3 International Dayton 7 Port Huron 1 Western International Spokane B Nelson 3 Western Canada Regina 6 Medicine Hat 2 Winnipeg 3 Kamloops 2 New Westminster 2 Calgary 0 Flln Flon 5 Brandon 2 Saskatoon 5 Swift Current 2 Saskatchewan Junior Yorkton 6 Humboldt 5 Prince Albert 7 Regina Foxes 1 Notre Dame 4 Estevan 3 Regina Blues 8 Battleford 3 Alberta Junior Calgary 7 Edmonton 1 Red Deer 8 Lethbridge 3 The Pass 3 Drumheller 0 SATURDAY National Montreal 4 Minnesota 2 Boston 3 Toronto 2 NY Islanders 3 NY Rangers 2 Detroit 3 Los Angeles 2 Chicago 4 St. Louis 4 Philadelphia 6 Pittsburgh 0 World New England 3 Los Angeles 1 Edmonton 6 Vancouver 2 Minnesota 5 Winnipeg 2 Houston 2 Cleveland 2 American Springfield 4 Baltimore 4 Nova Scotia 4 Boston 2 Cincinnati 3 Hershey 3 Richmond 6 Virginia 2 Western Seattle 3 Salt Lake 1 San Diego 3 Portland 2 Denver 3 Phoenix 1 Western International Kimberley 4 Nelson 1 Spokane 6 Cranbrook 2 Western Canada Victoria 7 New Westminster 5 Saskatchewan Junior Saskatoon 8 Melville 2 B.C. Junior Penticton 5 Bellingham 3 Vernon 5 White Rock 4 Kelowna 8 Chilliwack 1 BASKETBALL SCORES SUNDAY NBA Capita! 110 Philadelphia SS Cleveland 102 Boston 99 Buffalo 112 KC-Omaha 100 Los Angeles 111 Portland 98 Detroit 115 Seattle 93 ABA San Diego 146 Memphis 133 SATURDAY NBA New York 96 Philadelphia 90 Buffalo 111 Cleveland 101 Chicago 102 Houston 92 Milwaukee 104 Phoenix 95 Detroit 111 Portland 98 Atlanta 125 Golden State 116 ABA Utah 121 Memphis 115 San Antonio 117 Carolina 95 Kentucky 90 Denver 87 RED DEER (Special) Red Deer Rustlers got two goals each from Brian Sutler and Terry Wittcher to take an 8-3 Alberta Junior Hockey League victory over Lethbridge Longhorns Sunday night. Singles were added by Erie Switzer, Larry Bowyer, Irvine Bowles and Rod Tordoff. Randy Joevenazzo netted all three of the Lethbridge goals. Rich Leclaire made 32 saves for Red Deer compared with 28 by Dale Emmelkamp for Lethbridge. Rustlers serv- ed seven of 10 penalties, all minors. The Red Devils scored once in each period Sunday night to blank Drumheller Falcons 3-0. Goals were netted by Gord Adomeit, Rick Austin and Ron Mykita. The Pass took six of 10 penalties, including one five- minute major to each team. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION N.A. THto Bout: Kcmata maicnea The Red Devils also led in shots on goal, with 31 com- pared with 28 by Drumheller. Meanwhile in Red Deer the Rustlers scored three second period goals and coasted to a 6-1 win over the Pass Red Devils in the game Saturday. Rustlers got goals from Barry Lassiter, Larry Bowyer, Irvine Bowles, Rod Tordoff, Rod Pimm and Ron Lecuyer. Pete McMahon scored the lone goal for the Red Devils spoiling goaltender Rod Carlson's shutout bid midway through the third period. Carlson stopped 31 shots and Mike McCollam kicked out 32 for the Pass. Red Deer took nine of 15 penalties including two of four inajors and led 3-0 and 4-0 by periods. In another game staged in Edmonton Saturday Joe Poptowski's two goals in nine seconds led the Edmonton Mets to a 5-4 victory over the Calgary Canucks. Poplowski's goals came after the visitors had taken a two-goal lead with scores from Cam Colborne and Tom Murphy and set the stage for Ron Hendrickson's winner at 19.37 of the final period. Edmonton had taken the lead in the first period on a goal by Jerry Cormach. Paul Messier added one in the second. Second-period goals by Dean Magee and Bill Keeley drew Calgary to a tie at the end of the second. Sunday the Canucks launch- ed a four-goal attack in the se- cond period to skate away with a 7-1 victory over the Mets.. The score had been tied 1-1 after the first period. John Hager scored twice for Calgary who also got singles from Mike Mclvor, Russ Hall, Don Cairns, Bill Keeley and Mendel Vysochlid. Joe Poplowski scored the lone Ed- monton goal. Ron Burgess was hot in the Canucks' goal facing 38 shots. Brian Henderson and Julian Beretta faced a total of 29 for the Mets. Mets drew 16 minor and three major penalties while Canucks were given 13 minor and three majors. ALMftTA JUNIOR W Trie Pass 8 Red Dear Calgary Edm....... Drumheller Leihbridae T F A Pts 0 46 37 16 0 53 40 12 0 52 41 12 0 53 54 10 0 42 52 8 0 31 S3 4 See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off the Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Tire Sales and Service 40Msf AV8. S.Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;