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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta C THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, J, Harrison Brilliant For Stampeders Bombers Held On But Not Long Enough IT'S EASIER WITH THE EYES OPEN-Tim McCarver, Philadelphia Phillies cat. blind faith as he squints attempting to field pop-up by Jim Hickman ef the itcher, has Cubs. McCarver gels a rude awakening as he'realiz'es the ball isn't in his glove and he was charged with an error. Gutteridge Replaced Senators Foil Plan By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sam McDowell, one of the most feared pitchers in the major leagues, has yet to win 2( games in a season, so Clevelanc Indian manager Alvin Dark de- cided to give his ace southpaw a helping hand. Dark devised a scheme, but CLARINET RENTALS .50 MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rrf Ave. 13th 51. S. Phone 327-1056 as has happened so often with the best of plans, this one weni awry and instead of picking up victory No. 20, McDowell came away with his ninth loss Wednesday night, dropping a 4-1 American League decision to Washington Senators. The Senators foiled Dark's strategy and used infield hits and botched plays to stop the Indians while Dick Bosnian lim- ited Cleveland to four hits. McDowell walked Washington slugger Frank Howard three times intentionally, twice as a leadoff hitter. The second time, Howard moved to third on in- field hits by Rick Reichardt and Aurelio Rodriguez and scored on a wild pitch. In the sixth inning, McDowell moved to first base with two on and one out and Howard the nit- er. Dean Chance came on to pitch and Howard beat out a infield dribbler as first want un covered, loading the bases. Two runs then scored whe Reichardt bounced into a fora out as Wayne Comer from second on the late throv to McDowell at first base trying for the double play Chance pitched two-thirds of at inning and McDowell returnee to finish the game on the mound. In other American League games, New York Yankees edged Baltimore Orioles 3-2, De- troit Tigers split with Boston Red Sox, capping the day hal of a doubleheader 6-4 before los- ing at night 10-1, Oakland Ath letics trimmed Chicago White Sox 2-1, California Angels de- feated Kansas City Royals 3-1 and the Milwaukee at Minnesota game was called by rain. at LEO SINGER'S JUST ARRIVED! SHIRTS BOYS' long ond Puff Sleevet. Ideol for tchool wear. Choice of Colors and Patterns. Priced from 5 8 to 20. Priced nt only BOYS' ALPACA SWEATERS long Sleeve Pullover. Assorted Colors. II95 Cardigan Style. Priced nt only BOYS' A wide assortment in Plains, Stripei, Checks. Perirn Press for easy cars. Sizes 8 to 18. Priced from PANTS 4-95 WINNIPEG (CP) Quarlcr- bick Jerry'Keeling threw four touchdown passes to big Her- man Harrison as Calgary Stam- petlers crushed Winnipeg Blue Bombers 29-8 in Western Foot- ball Conference action Wednes- day night. The Stampeders moved into a second-place tie with British Columbia Lions in the league standings, but it ruined the show for a record Winnipeg crowd. Winnipeg had stayed in the light for three quarters and the fans loved it. Then mis- ,akes that have plagued the Sombers for most of their early season games again took their oil. Trailing 15-S late in the game, he Bombers were threatening after Paid Brule returned a Cal- ;ary kickoff 85 yards to the Stampeder 24. The Blue Bombers moved into Calgary's three-yard line but 'ere called for illegal proce- ure, moving them back to the ight-yard line and third down. ABLER FUiMBLES The Bombers decided to gam- ble. Quarterback Wally Gabler came under tremendous pres- sure from tile blitzing Calgary started hitting on short passes to Harrison, Dave Cranmer and Gerry Shaw. The combination brought the Stampeders 72 yards to the Win- nipeg 18 just as the third quarter ended. Two plays later Keeling connected with Harri- sim to move his club ahead 15-8. The Stampeders dominated the game as Winnipeg came up with only live first downs, four in the second half, wlu'le Cal- gary rolled up 25. The running game was taken away from both clubs by good defensive efforts. Winnipeg made just 40 yards in rushing and Calgary 60. But the big difference was in passing as Keeling completed 24 of 44 attempts for 310 yards. Gabler and Ron Johnson were good on only eight of 24 for-121 yards. Harrison, Calgary's big tight end, caught U passes for" 163 yards. Three Clubs Tied For Second In East Alouettes Handed First Loss OTTAWA (CP) Flanker i three-touchdown performance Hugh Oldham says he has had Wednesday night that lead them better games but Ottawa Rough Riders will gladly settle for his linebackers and fumbled. The ball was picked up by Calgary's Dick Suderman and the big de- fensive 'end rambled 70 yards before being stopped at the Win- nipeg eight. A play later Keeling threw a touchdown strike to Harrison to put the Stampeders ahead 22-8. Suderman again made a key play when he intercepted a pass that led to Harrison's fourth score with just two minutes and 33 seconds remaining. Bombers took an 8-0 first- quarter lead when Gabler passed to John S'enst for a 60- yard scoring play on the Bomb- ers' first play from scrimmage. Gene. Lakusiak converted and added a single a few minutes later. Larry Robinson, who con- certed all the Calgary touch- downs, got a single off the kick- off when Brule was tackled in he end zone to complete the Itampeder scoring. The third quarter turned into i defensive battle until Keeling Didier Will Resume Duties MONTREAL (CP) Mel Di- lier is returning to Montreal Expos to resume his former uties as the of couting, general manager Jim Fanning of the National League lub announced Wednesday. Didier first joined the Expos in January, 1969, and was amed director of scouting six months later. He resigned .T. uly to accept a position as as- stant director of Louisiana tate Universitv. Cubs, Mets Close By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago Cubs and New York Mets have started taking a posi- tive approach to the National League's East Division most unhealthy situation for Pittsburgh Pirates, who are still in a rut. The Cubs and Mets both closed in on the first place Pir- ates by winning Wednesday while Montreal Expos were tag- ging Pittsburgh with its seventh jss in the last eiglit starts. Chicago exploded for a 17-2 romp over Philadelphia Phillies and moved within one game of the lead. The Cubs have won four of the last five. The second place Mets won their third straight over .St. Louis Cardinals with Tom Seaver ending a personal four- game losing streak, 7-3. That moved New York within one- half game of the top. The Pirates, meanwhile, frit- tered away a five-run lead, bat- tled back to tie the score on Bob Robertson's pinch homer with two out in the ninth and finally bowed to Montreal 10-7 when John Boccabella unloaded a three-ran homer in the, bottom of the ninth. In other National League ac- tion, Atlanta Braves topped Los Angeles Dodgers 4-3, Cincinnati Reds shut out San Francisco Giants 2-0 and Houston Astros shaded San Diego Padres 2-1. Joe Pepitone and Randy Hun- dley both polled three-run ho- mers and Cleon James and pitcher Milt Pappas also con- nected as the Cubs routed Phila- delphia. .Donn Clendenon and Jones drove in two runs each and the Mets, usually stingy with runs when Seaver is pitching, gave their ace right-hander plenty of offense to work with against St. Louis. to a 31-7 romp over Montreal Alouettes in an Eastern Football Conference game. Riders now share second place with Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Each has four points. The loss was Montreal's first in four games but still left them atop the EFC standings. Oldham was a one-man gang in the first half. He caught six passes in all from quarterback Gary Wood, three of them for scores. The 26-ysar-old rookie from tile Continental League grabbed touchdown passes of six, 35 and 75 yards. "I caught four" touchdown passes for Sacramento one he recalled after the game. "I think I went over 300 yards that night." Wood, a former New York in his first year ii Canadian ball, said: "Anyone could have thrown u him tonight. Hugh did a grea job." Fullback Jim Mankins got 01 tawa's other touchdown on four-yard run. Kicking special ist Ivan MacMillaa booted fou converts and a 30-yard fielc goal. Tonjr Passander, Montrea Roundup CALGARY WINNIPEG I Tourney Set To Go Defending cnampioa Alex Murrell will put his Southern Alberta golf tournament honors on the line against some of the finest talent in Alberta this weekend. Henderson Lake is the scene of the three-day Southern Al- berta event and entries have almost reached capacity. The 54-hole medal play tour- ney is set to get under-way Sat- urday and will wind up with a horse race Monday. Following is the draw for the first round: GOLF DRAW T. Ching, G. While, E. Haug. _ Cliff Irvine, Rm Becker, J. Gecnel. G. Hill, J. Oshiro, V. Ale- founder. A. Andreachuk, Tam Ito, Enso Baceda. Mel Duda, T. Fukjrnl, H. Jrown. Don Rice, Brent Logan, Ken T. Jarvie, R, Walters, A. Alexander. J. Benaruk, A. Pattersori, Y. Chaki. U. Ozurn, R. Jeacock, R. Yards rushing..... Yards passing Net offence...... Passes made-tried yds yds CAL WPG 25 J eo 310 121 370 16] ll-U 8-24 2-1 3-79 12-44 14-44 0-0 1-1 2-15 MONTREAL 7 OTTAWA 31 _, MTL OTT First 24 20 Yards rushing......... 109 222 Yards passing.......... 349 243 Net offence 458 435 Passes, 25-3? B-13 Interceptions.......... i 3-1 yds 6-60 -5-43 STANDINGS Eastern Conference W L T F A PI Montreal 3 1 0 71 76 6 Hamilton 5 0 49 73 i Ottawa 2 3 0108103 i Toronto J 3 0106115 i Western Conference Sask. B.c...... Calgary Edmonton W L 1 nlpeg S LEA T F A PI 0 U9 104 12 0 149 8 0 141 B9 8 0 99 130 4 0 83 176 2 Gerela, BC Abendschan, S Robinson, C McKlnnle, S Houmard, W S Pis 7 a 2 48 0 42 0 42 C FG 0 17 13 0 1? 9 700 709 0 10 7 0 12 4 400 400 4 0 0 0 24 second-string quarterback, engi- neered the only points for the Als, passing 25 yards to Terry Evanshen for a touchdown. George Springate. a Liberal member of the Quebec national assembly, got the convert. But his hra field goal attempts were blocked by Riders. Sonny Wade, Montreal's first- string quarterback, had a mi- serable night. Four of his throws were intercepted, two of them when Montreal was threatening in deep Ottawa ter- ritci-y. Montreal also fumbled three limes and coach Sam Etchev- erry sat in the corner of a quiet Alouette dressing room and told reporters: "If you keep making mis- :akes, you can't hope to control he ball. We kept making mis- :akes. "They didn't really move the >all much against us except on he long pass and then only to one guy SET UP RIVALTtY When Montreal mvner Sam Jerger lured away former Ot- awa general manager Red O'Quinn, assistant coach Bob Vard and later outstanding de- ensive halfback Gene Games, e set up a rivalry between ths H'o clubs. No serious injuries resulted rom the game. Montreal half- ack Dick Smith didn't play iost of the last quarter after ho anged up his knee. Ottawa end Billy Joe Booth ook five stitches over the right ye and didn't play .'n the last alf. But that was a coaching ecision. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES McCulcheon, W. Woo. J. Lacey, S. Smerek, obo. Slavi S. Ken Ferguson 3utstanding Ken Ferguson was outstara ing leading the M and K Gen erals to a 11-1 victory over th Contractors last evening. The Generals are now tw games up on the Contractors ir the best of five Commercia Men's Fastball League playoi finals. Ferguson and his mates wer never in trouble as they picket up an early 4-0 lead and boos! BALANCE OF BOYS' T-SHIRTS Assorted slylci one! colorl. Short SlM ideol far oarly foil weor. CUAFING AT QFP BOYS' JACKETS Nylon Shell linsd ond unlincd, auorled for full jthool wear. CUA.RING AT OFF All Quality Brand Name Merchandise Sold Under Our Famous Guarantee Of Complete Satisfaction. LEO SINGER MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 214 5th Street S. Phone 327-39i8 HEADQUARTERS We now have all your nquiremants for the coming hockey season Holmols Shin Guards Elbow Pads Shoulder Hockey Socks Skate Guards Hockey Gloves Garters and Eqyipmenf Bags JUST ARRIVED! A eomplfifo ihipment of VICTQRVKU ond C.C.M. HOCKiY STICKS BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avo. S. Phone 327-3221 OPEN THURS. ond FRI. Till 9 p.m. ercd the lead to 11-0 Wore Ihe sixth inning. Because of the ten-ruo rule the game was called after the top oC Die sixth inning when the Contractors failed to score more than one run. Ferguson allowed only three hits and struck out five going the distance. Meanwhile, Eon Zasadny was touch for 10 hits and suffer- ed the loss. In the hitting column Grant Wer had the ball moving strok- ing a double and two singles. Ferguson and Lloyd Yama- gishi also connected for three safeties, poking out three singles. oi' the Contractors Bob Var- y, Jerry Aresbenko and Greg Lazarick spoiled the shuts u t each rapping out a single. The Contractors will now lave to defeat the M and K Generals three straight games n order to obtain the champion- hip trophy. On the other hand the Gen- erals can wrap it all up tonight Then they tangle with the Con- ractors at 7 p.m. at the Dave Cllon Fastball Park. Both clubs will be out to each their goals. L. Pahulje, A. Metcalfe, R. Nesting, B. Boulton. K. Shigenlro, R. LaWf, D. Voth, E, Mokosch. J. Fildes, B. Koznick, P. AflBtisz, A. Park. Starters Time N. Gray, M. Zlchy, B. Ged- des, B. Forrest. J. Whltalaw, C, D. Brown, A. Murrell. D. Chilton, B. Moore, G. JonA, G. Hales. M. Bower B. Potler, T. Gel- leny, D. Kenny. J. T. Smith, B. Kar- bashewski, R. Uiiy. F. Baa lint, N. Hudson, T. C. Stroh, L. Brayton, A. Chrlslensen. Starters Tims B. Hudson, N. Colbert, D. Remple, J. Bend. B. Roadhouse, H. Fleming, M. Mills, N. UnotrychuK. J. MatKirt, S. Kami, B. Car- rier, H, Schulthles. R. Bruchtt, B. Lazaruk, C. Cook, J. Kenwood. K. LJutlce, H. Chrislle, G. Perry, L. Kramar. R. Berlando, H. Ketler, 0. Redlick, 0. RIedlehuber. R. Anderson, B. Klmery, W. Rungc, E. Jngarfield. C, Forry, J. Lothian, L. Kanewischer. R. Gillett, K. McDonald, 8, Shvelz, F. Tunbridge. D. Gillesple, R. Guzzl, Y. Saranchuk. Starters Tims. M. Sitaba, T. Berlando, G. Mcintosh, D. Doble. A. Acs, J. GIHett, R. Wish- nevski, T. Baldwin. F, Umerls A. Bellamy, W. Kirkman, .P GMIett. H. Voth, B. Willlarni, B. Galvln, A. Oshiro. L. EricKson, R. Barry, R. McCiugherly, R. Marshall. B. Meyers, B. Babkl, E. Mihslik, A. Murray. G. Matkin, H. DiGroof, E. Evans, G. Nyhoff. Starters Tims B, Crooks, C. Whltelaw. H. Burgess, L. Bruchet. J. Runge, A. Melross, N. Quick, T. Horl. L. Star, B. Klnnlburgh, E. Spark. B. Gofia, D. Kfsldgaard, K. Seeman, T. Hudson. M. Nelson, W. Burgess, J. Slacey, W. Wiens. U Schafer, T. Plngstort, L. Hermanilz, D. Laldlaw. E. Galvjn, R. Woollscroff, 0. Coutts, M. Gatfney. Starters rims B. Ryan, J. Lee, D. Gowl- !and, L, Tail. L. Schaumliffil, C. Lewis, R, Flshar, S. Gustafson. B. Nlcol, G. Edmonds, L. Johnson, J. Tennant. J. Nlcol. R. Thurlcw, M. Hayduk. NATIONAL LEAGUE W burah 71 York..... 70 igo .......70 Louts Pet. .524 .522 .519 .474 7i .433 12Vi Cincinnati 87 .635 .556 .522 0 0 and Los Angeles San Francisco Atlanta Houston 63 71 5an Diego.....31 83 .331 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco Cincinnati ltd 1M 2 .Marichal (9-10) Mahon (8) Dletz; Nolan Granger (9) and Bench. Los Angtles 000 MO 000-3 19 Atlanta 400 000 f Sutton and Haller; Nash, Wtlhelm (4) and KIna. HRs: San Diego OoO m 1 4 I Houston WW 200 4 o Coombs (9-11) and Blas- ngame (11-6) Gladding (9) and How- ard. HRs: Wynn Pittsburgh MO 004 7 0 Monireal 100 H2 8 0 Moose, Brunet (8) Glustl (B) Lamb 8) Gibbon (0-1) (9) Dal .Canton (9) and Ssncmillen; Morton, Marshall (7- 6) (3) and Batemsn. HRs: Pgh-AIIsy S) Robertson New York t. Louii 1M 7 11 DM 119 3 10 Seaver (18-10) and Grole; Reuss (5-6) Cleveland (5) Limy (6) Hllgen- dorl (1) and Simmons. Philadelphia 000 000 I 6 T Chicago 400 080 20 Jackson (4-14) Palmer (2) Wilson (4) Went (7) and McCarver; Pappas (11-61 Miller (9) and Hundley, Rud. olph HRs: Gamble (J) Hundley (4) pgppai (2) AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Ballimorc 56 New York .76 Detroit....... 71 "losfon 67 CigVElnfiu jig Washington ret. .637 .563 .526 .515 Minnesota California Oakland Kansas city Milwaukee Chicago West 78 .591 .560 .537 .388 .370 .358 15 14V4 21 2114 4 7 27 31VJ WEDNEIDAY'S RESULTS Kansas City 110 000 1 IB Johnson iVright Azcue. 012 010 1 (6-10) and Rodriguez; Messersmilh (7) ind Cleveland MO 1 4 I Washington 0 01 012 11 McDowell Chance (6) tnd Fosse; Busman (1-B) and Casano. Oelrell 001 000 I 5 T Boston 301 002 11 fl Cain (17-6) McRae. (6) Schermin 7) Kilkenny (8) and Lanlonl; 3-3) and Pavletich. HRs: mont (361. hicago oil CM 1 Oakland 001 000 lit Johnson (2-4) and Herrmann; Odom 7-5) Grant (8) and Tenace. The East Lethbridge Rotary Club's 6th ANNUAL INDOOR HORSE SHOW Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sept. 10-11-12 IETHBRIDGI EXHIBITION PAVItlON 3 evening showi p.m.. Sol. Maline. 1.00 p.m. SVERY SHOW DIFFERENT, Tickeli on jale in Ihe Paramount Theatre lobby Evtninot 5J.73 And S2.0O Jot. Motintt WE ARE THE ALBERTA DISTRIBUTORS FOR MAYRATH GRAIN AUGERS ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 401 lit Av> Soutfi Phone 337.6886 or 357-4445 ;