Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tutiday, 4, 1973- Weekend race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Monday: FIRST claiming, 3-year-olds 1 1-14 mif's A Mistake (Niblett) 1060 70 280; S'lrtr Falls (Whittle) 360 270, Roily Chino (Phelan) 240. Time- 1-49 2-5. If By Chance, Grey Hope, Warship Eagle also ran SECOND Si 900, claiming, 3 year old, l's ml I ?s. Red Power (Kipling) 9.10 400 280, Nmiare (Rycroft) 4.90 3.20; Rusty Watar (Whittle) 290 Time: 1-53. Sabies Blue, Dark Piano also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD tlairning, 3-year-olos, Ts miles Indian Quill (Wiseman) '30 400 3.60, Astro Pnnce (Parsons) 650 4.50, in Again Finneam (Heoge) 6 20 Time. 1.51 4-5 Roarina Freddy, Frcsfed Gold, Barbs Luck, M'ster Bountiful also ran. SUINELLA: S27 30 FOURTH claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- wnjs. Ch8-iof Trip (Kipling) 12 30 4 30 340; Principle Case 'Writrle) (.10 240, Eaglo Star 2.30 Time. 1 75 35 Bankeis Trip, T'ldo" also ran FIFTH il ".00, claiming, 7 fur Icncs Cha-Meswerthv 4.40 3 OC 2 70, Miss Easter Day (Niblett) 350 230, Jest Affa r i Parsons i 360 Time- 25 Beaftifs Ribbon, Jay's Prem Berj Tanao, Lilys Fines', Glen's Vfiodps ran OUINELLA. Si: CO SIXTH SI 400 claiming, olos and up, 7 'urlongs Haydens Symphony 'Inda) 5.50 3 60 I Downs (Kipling) 6.00 410 3.30; 260; Hei'arch (Kipling) 380 2.90; Another Mission (Hedge) 7.10 520, Baha Kid (Rycroft) Special Stock (Whittle) 450. Time- 1-5 Sv.oon Doll, sure Speed, Carbon County, Pixie Belle. Mr. Marsh also ran SEVENTH SI 500, claiming, 4-year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Hop! Joe (Rycroft) 1250 5.30 3.70; Luckv Levey (Kipling) 740 490; Zev Baby (Hedqe) 3.90. Time 1 5 Klondike Princess, Return To Dance, Tays Talent, Whonnock Willie also ran. Track Cratch: For Rex. EIGHTH added, 3-year-olds and up, miles Love Your Host (Whittle) 710 3.30 240, Major Presto (Inda) 560 290; Big Dan (Hedge) 2 40. Time- 2-T 2-5 Rockin Ruler, Honor And Glory, Bonnie Brier Magic also ran NINTH SI ,400, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 fu'lonrs. Roly Glen (Wiseman) 6.M 3 90 SO; Celtic Plot (Hedge) 4.10 2 80; Miss Stuart (Shields) 300 Time- 4-5 Circle Mack, Same Affair, Reverse Current, Jeans Gold'e, Pequina prin- ces'; also ran. QUINELLA: SATURDAY FIRST claimi-g, 2-year-olos, 5 fur- lonqs. Katy Malone (Pheian) 9 10 3 20 2 30, Shuela 2.60 2.10, Go For Jin (Shields) 230 I 01 2-t Shelly B Go3d, Magic Mover, Der- went aiso ran SECOND I claiming, 3-year-olds, miler. For a new solution to transportation over difficult and varied terrain: water, land, swamp, mud flats, grass, sand, shallow water, rapids, snow, ice, lakes. Used for surveys, exploration, construction, duck hunting, Fshing, recreational use, etc. HAVE DEMONSTRATOR IN CALGARY HJ.S. 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EXACTOR: Miss Ballaspree to Love Success Love Success to Miss Balla- spree.- Heat SIXTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Coming Fury (Stadnyk) 7 20 4 10 2 60, Brown Marine (Rycroft) 5.90 2.90; Mer- ry W.uffef (Shields) 2 60. Ti-ne 1.26 3-5 Bryoe Bee, Roar of Mirth also ran SEVENTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up I13 miles Make It Magic (Hedge) 7 70 4 80 3 50, Shield Of Hope (Wiseman) 5.90 3.70; Law Boss (Kipling) 340 Time- 1-53 1-5 I Tollivar, New Response, Sootime I also ran. I EIGHTH j added. Stampede Futurity Stakes, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs. j Sea Reason (Hedae) 300 3.30 290, Little Fiddle- (Rycroft) 11.40 6.60, ?-10- Jacft NicRlaus CURING THE 'DUCK% HOOK PRRT 321 NERR THE TOP OF THE LIST OF DUCK-HOOK CflUSES IS THE OF PLflVINQ THE TOO FOR BACK NERR THE RIGHT FOOT. THIS INDUCES HITTING FROM THE TOP OF THE SWING WITH PREMflTURE WRIST REUERSE RND R CLOSED CLUBFftCE flT iMPfiCT. Liske was brilliant? Eskimos lose toughie CooTn.fc! 1073 GoMm AU fcltllU Rewrrcd Din CiB latin SWI-VK. PLflY THE OPPOSITE YOUR UEFT HEEL. THE-N YOU'LL RBLE TO TIME THE RELERSE PROPERLY RNO MEET THE foflLL SQURRELV flT THE BOTTOM OF THE SWING flRC. 21 B By THE CANADIAN PRESS Peter Liske returned Monday to the brilliant passing form that made him a Canadian Football League all-star in the glory days before he defected to the National Football League. The veteran quarterback con- nected for three touchdown passes and sparked Calgary Stampeders to a last-play 25-24 triumph over staggering Winni- peg Eire Bombers. Guard Herb Schumm kicked the -winning point after time had expired, booting the ball while running at close to full speed. Calgary punter Don Moulton started the play by kicking into the end zone from Winnipeg's 40-yard line. Doug Strong of Winnipeg re- j turned the kick and Schumm j controlled the ball at the Winni- peg 20 Sehumm's kick trickled through the end zone and boosted Calsary into a second- Rick Galbos. Gerry Shaw and Tom Forzani took scoring passes from Liske. Galbos and Forzani also caught five passes each. It was Galbos' first game for Calgary. The Stempeders had not scored a touchdown in the two games McQuay played before being suspended during the weekend. Veteran Larry Robinson com-1 single. pleted Calgary's scoring with a 40-yard field goal and three con- verts. Halfback Stan Brown scored both Winnipeg touchdowns, one on a 78-yard run and the other on a seven-yard pass from Don Jonas. Jonas also kicfced a field goal. Walt McKee earned tha other points on two field goals, two converts and a 75-yard Hamilton club late s By THE CANADIAN PRESS quarter, just as they did in Hamilton Tiger-Cats have their last game when their been slow starters in some Ca-' fourth-quarter scoring spree nadian Football League games gave them a 38-4 win over the they get; t Lions, four points beh.nd Sas- rowg, out! 00 Besidfu three touch' Ikatctewan Roughnders in the ?hfe scorf 28t tfiere were one each by Western Foc.ball Conference p. nts m -the fourth Quarter Hopkins and Fleming and three I Hamilton defeated outlllg- scored 27.field goals and five converts by I B.C. 44-24 Mondav night at ln "elr fuial Perlod Monda-v Ian Sunter Ted Gerela con- Hanulton in an "interlocking! to route British Columbia verted the B.C. touchdowns and O T A A "Lfn wsilf AVS 1, _ C__fj___i OC SOCCER Progressive Hope, Forestry, Haydns i Champ, King Waltzer, Morning Knioht, I Country's Choice, Royal West also ran. NINTH Burnley Si 600 claiming, 4-year-olds and up, I Coventry 1's miles Southampton West Wind Gal (Inda) 1850 7.70 5.40; I Sharp Reply (Shields) 4.50 3.60; Soon Fulham EnWf (Hedge) 290. B-lstol Time: 1.53 3-5. west Brom Skipper Tan, Color Me Lucky, Hot Oxford Quest, Monte's Gsm, Ripple Ralah Aston Villa ran. Sunderlend QUINELLA: I Swindon W T L Division I F A Pis. 2 1 2 1 Division H 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 Wrexhem j Bristol 6 Hereford 5 Tranmere S i Port Vaie 5 Cneslerfield S Yorr; I Hoddersfield 4 I Watford J I 4 I Colcnester 3 I Bury 3 Reading 3 I Exeter 3 PBts-bor'qh Division II! 2 0 2 0 2 0 ..11 1 i ..11 1 1 7 I Division IV 2 0 1 1 game Equally exciting was Sas- katchewan's 28-27 victory over the Eskimos at Regina. MISSES KEY TBY Dave Cutler, who holds a big lead in the Western Football Conference scoring race. missed on a decisive field goal Lions 44-24 at Hamilton. British Columbia made kicked a field goal. Williams blamed a too-long, Tiger-Cats look foolish while 11-day layoff for his team's they built up a 21-0 lead early i stum Wing" start, but at Mon- ia the second quarter, but the' trx-al. Toronto quarterback Joe heat and Carney Henley did j Theismann was complaining them in. i about a too-short, five-day rest At Montreal, the Alouettes for his team. and Toronto Argonauts traded "The officials are not thinking attempt as time ran out. field goals in the last 28 seconds i of the players when they sched- Success by Cutler would have i settled for a 23-23 tie. ule games" the way they he left Edmonton in a tie for first j REST ONE DAY said. "I don't think the sched- place with the Roughriders. It "No way we're used to this uling is fair to the players or also would have been his fifth I kind of said B.C. general 'the fans." field goal of the game as Ed- manager Jackie Parker, whose monton's offence failed to gen- Lions have only one day's rest erate touchdowns. and no sign of cooler weather George Reed ran three yards before they play the Rough Rid- for a touchdown in the final ers in Ottawa Wednesday night minute to spark Saskatchewan's complete wSb batteries and carrying case. Find percentages In an instant... electronically with the Digi-matic P-8. Only complete with recharger and carrying case. Does everything the T-8 does and more! Percent key gives percentage answer with decimal in the proper place. Makes mark-ups, discounts, interest rates and tax calculations easy. With enlarged 8-digit display. Rechargeable hrs, portable use; recharge in 7 hrs. on AC outlet Get the right answer everytime, the instant you need it! 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Theismann moved the ball to bumidex reading of 99. j the 50 with short passes to Eric It was Henley whose touch- Alien, Peter Muller and Mike downs brought Hamilton back j Ebsn in the last 28 seconds from that 21-0 deficit. He after Don Sweet's field goal caught passes from quarterback Save Montreal a short-lived 23- Chuck Ealey for the first two 20 lead Ticat in the second quarter, then caught a third touchdown pass from Ealey at of the fourth quarter to put his team in the lead for the first time, 27-24. Dave Fleming's return to the running back position revived a running game that freauently sputtered in earlier Hamilton games. Fleming carried 11 times for i back K yards to the Tttronto In turn, that field goal uas scored just 49 seconds after a Bill Symons touchdown put To- ronto in front. Symons ran three yards for the touchdown after Theismann inarched the Argos 104 yards in 11 plays. KICKED LIKE DOG Johnny Rodgers set up Sheet's field goal when he ran Andrusyshyn's subsequent Irick- 97 yards. Andy Hopkins 12 times for 176 yards and Ealey nine times for 55 yards as the Cats finished with 333 yards rushing. READY TO SHOOT Hamilton coach Jerry Wil- liams said he was ready to shoot a feiv of his defenders after the first quarter when the 39. Andrusyshyn, who said he'd "been lacking like a dog in earlier kicked field goals of 48 and 15 yards and converted the two Toronto touchdowns. Theismann passed to Allen for the other Argonaut touch- down. Lany Smith scored both Mon- comeback. lJ-ti.r 1 1 OV-Wi UUL1I Lions had eight first downs and trea! touchdowns. Sweet kicked a pair of touchdowns by Lou convert the Roughriders a Harris, a rookie from Southern two-point lead, enough to with- stand Cutler's closing single. California. "They ran us down, they hu- llires field goals and a pair of converts to round out the Alouette scoring. Sonny Wade, just back from the second quarter, but then the punting after he injured his Cats took over, turning the j right knee in the quar- game into a romp in the last j ten Unexpected CONFERENCE W L T F 51 Bob Pearce and Rick Eber milisted said Williams I the injured list to play quarter- took touchdown tosses from Ron Harris scored again early in back, had to confine himself to Lancaster for the Roughriders and Abendschan scored on two field goals, three converts, and a single. i Edmonton led 13-4 at halftime and held a 23-14 lead early in the fourth quarter. j George McGowan had two touchdov ns for the Eskimos, I both on passes from Bruce Lemmerman. Cutler booted the remaining 15 Edmonton points. Pie also had one field aoal at- tempt blocked from about 50 yards out. RECORD CROWD ON HAND A record Saskatchewan crowd of watched the thriller, which gave the Roughriders six wins in seven starts. Calgary's 21.445 fans, some of whom came primarily to watch the Stampeders operate without halfback Leon McQuav. watched Liske complete 21 of 37 passes for 339 his best performance of the season. WESTERN Sask...... B C. Edmonton Calgary Winnipeg WFC LEADERS Cutler, E Abenaschan, S Jonas, W Eber. S Robinson, C B.C. Harris, B C Reed. S Brown, W TO 0 0 2 S 0 i 4 4 i Pts. I Nrt o'feirp 0 H4 96 10 I Posspi mprip-fnpd 0 110 )35 6 Inte'ceptions-yai-ds 0 121 111 6 Punis av-'age yards 0 79 111 6 Fun-.i IPS lost 0 119 129 2 i Penalties total yards I CALGARY 25 WINNIPEG 24 340 335 25-3 2-1 1-2 7-7S 279 9-U 1-3-1 6-48 1-1 9-6? f S Pts 16 4 8 3 a EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Pts. Toronto 41 1 117 113 Ham'ltcn 3 2 0 130 83 6 dcwr-, Ya ds rushinq Yards pass ng offence made-triea ntrrccDtions Punts average lost Penalties yards i SASKATCHEWAN 23 CAL 17 40 339 WPG 17 237 168 385 12-26 3 12J65 12-41.3 0-0 1-1 0-0 6-35 21-39 3 Sears at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Simpsons-Sears Ltd.- STORi HOURS: Open daily from a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. to p.m. Centra Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 can Ottawa LEADERS Andrusyshyn, Sunter, H Organ, 0 Henley, H Rodgers, M Allen, T Symons, T 0 "3 73 90 downs Yards rushing i Yards casting 2 Net offcic" EDMONTON 27 EDM SASK 24 TD 0 n o o 5 I interactions A Pts. Punfs-voraqe Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 134 323 2333 3 4-JS 00 4-30 23 181 319 473 18-34 3 6-il 0-0 2-20 31 HAMILTON 44 BRITISH COLUMBIA happen TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) Some times the best laid plans of men go astray and that's what hap- pened to Criig Stadler. 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