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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 1HE IEYHBR1DGE HERALD Stilurclcty, September 5, 1970.. Duncan Won't .Sit Out Leading Passer Against- Eskimos Lancaster, Reed To Get A Rest Monday Afternoon TOO HIGH TO HANDIE Second inning double by Rondy Hundley of Chicago Cubs is too high for New York Mets centre fielder Tcmmie Agee lo handle and bounces off the vines Friday in Chicago. scored Johnny Callison and Hundley took third on the throw to the plale. By THE CANADIAN PUESS With a four-point lead in the Western Football Conference, Saskatchewan Jlmigliriders can afford to rest such key players us quarterback Ron Lancaster and fullback George Reed, bolli cursing minor injuries. But Calgary Stampeders, who share second with British Columbia Lions, have jio inten- tion or putting veteran quarter- back Jony Keeling on the side- lines. "Why should 1 rest Keeling when he's (he leading passer in the Calgary coach Jim Duncan said Friday. "We'd like lo use (Larry) Lawrence more often but Jen-y lias been play- ing well and we're not nbout to change now." The Houghriders, with SLX wins and a defeat, play host to Winnipeg Blue Bombers in one o[ two WFC Labor Day games Monday. East Standings Will Change Riders Host Argonauts By THE CANADIAN PIIESS Ottawa Rough Riders hai-e supplied the vindication and now it will be up to Toronto AT- gonanLs lo supply coach Leo Cahill with the victory. Wliilo his Argos were being described as the 1970 Canadian Football League champions even before the season started, Cahill insisted that the Rough Aiders remained the power in the Eastern Conference. His assertion was vindicated ast Wednesday when the Riders e a t the conference-leading Montreal Alouettes. "If you look back you'll find that I said before the season started that Ottawa was the earn to said Cahill as his charges prepared lo meet the Jiders in Ottawa in one of four jabor Day CFL contests. In the other EFC encounter .londay, Montreal visits Hamil- on Tiger-Cats. VEST IN ACTION Out west, Edmonton Eskimos ridt Calgary Stampeders and Vinnipeg Blue Bombers are in legina to meet Saskatchewan Roughriders. The CTV national network has et up a double-header program vith the Calgary game being elevised at 2 p.m. MST and the Ottawa game following at 5 p.m. MST. Aloueltes will Itave to win Monday if they hope to stay alone in first place. Toronto, Ot- tawa and Hamilton each have four points, just two fewer than Montreal going into tlie week- end action. And Ticat coach Joe Hestic feels his team has been "strengthened immeasurably" by the addition of three new players. British Columbia offensive end Al Restic has picked up middle i newcomers. lineback Allen Ray Aldridgc, cut earlier by the Argos; defen- sive halfback Macjt Lamb in a trade with Lions and Irwin, who came back from a brief retirement. Restic also has offensive tac- kle Charley Turner back from the 30-day injury list. He cut of- fensive end Bill Starr and Lon- nie Maich to make room [or the ANDY CAPP C4UGARV (CP) Vkloria rnce results Friday: Firs i claiming, 3-year olds, 1 Bubblegummsr (Haynesl J.70 740, swiffie (Morris) 33Q 2.50, Wsna's Pel (Slddnyk) 3.30. Time: 2-S Western Haze, Double Alemcry, Mr. Beisekcr, Phil's Flame also ran. Second claiming, 3year-oltls and up, 7 furlongs Calliy's Miss IBarrobv) 21-9D 13.80 10.00, All Black (Norrls) 15.10 9.JQ, Dark Susan (McCaulcy) 7.50. Time: 2-5 Bonded Sfocfc, k'fmbrgofc, Anila D, Dashing Knlglit, Wee Laddie Also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 19B.7Q. Third allowance, 2-year-old maid- ens, 7 'wirings Plucky Iran (Shields) 9.00 3.80 3.20, Miss Rouser (Bllllngsley) 4.30 3.BO, Dandy Speed (J. Whillle) J.20. Time: Jcanoui, KimM Kid, Dee Revere, Khedive also ran, Fourin claiming, 7 (ur- longs Susan's Page (Culhbertsonl IB.90 6.VQ 3.50, Sunshlna Charlie (Stadnyk) s.dQ 3.3Q, Kuckee Lad (Whlflle) 3.20. Time. 1.36 1-5 June Magic, Plna Pass, Ena'i Daughter also ran. I Park Fiflli claiming, 7 fur- longs Tudor K (Culliberlson) 5.70 3.10 !.90 Mi Tlny's King (Rasrr.ussen) Deer Dear" (L. 'Wiseman) Time, 1.77 Bomber Bra vvn, Sunday Session. Bonny Airs, Terrarb, Janet's Sister also ran. QUINELLA. 116.30. Sixlli allowance, 1wo-year-oldE, 7 Miss Stuarl (Shields} 12.10 fi.40 4.00, Bonny Briar Magic (Bllllngsley) 11. 5.40, Beauco Wiseman) 6.2D. Time: 3-5 Congressman, Lonely Slreel, War Glee, Alomlc Shuille KJng also ran. allowance, 3- year-olds up, 7 furlongs SwiU Fluiler IRasmusscn) 11.70 540 190, Rapid Kiak {J. WhillloJ 7-ffl J.10, Coal DUSf (Wiseman) 360. Time: 2-5 Allilrusl, Dark Secret, Hayd-n's Ace, copef To Dash, frjsh Powar afso claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs Jef Courier (Rasmussen) 5.70 3.70 3-10, Selay Soo fMcCaulcy) 3.50 2.60, "lesscd Hour (Norrls) 3.00. Time: 1-5 Gay Rhonda, MIsler Rldeafaoul, Hot RlqhT, Safari Tan, Whirling Wave also Let Steve Spisak SHOW YOU THf NEW SUN 740 ELECTRONIC For fasl diagnosis of Complete Ignition Syslem Carburefgr System Cylinder Condition Charging System Starling System Coil Condition Condenser Spark Timing Ignition Points Engine Vacuum Exhpusl Emission Cylinder leakage Cirtiut Resistance unien UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE Mayor Magralh Driye and 4lh 5. Phono 328-9765 STOP IN AND GAS UP FOR FREE GIFfS Ml four Eastern clubs have made lineup changes for Mon day's action. A new figure in tlie Argos1 de- fensive backfield will be Don Sutherin, cut by Ottawa before the season started. He joine; the Argos at Regina when they lost 36-14 to Saskatchewan, bu this will be his first time in the Argo unifonn. Tve been waiting for chance to play this game ever since I was Sutherin said "Jt hurts a man's pride when he's cut for no reason." Taking over injured Dick ThornLpu's position at left cor- nerback should give Sutherin an opportunity to pick off one or two Ottawa passes. USAGE UNDECIDED Cahill said he's not whether he'll use Sutherin as a place-kicker instead of quarter- back Don Jonas, "It will depend on the situa- said Cahill. "Jonas kicked two field goals in the last ame, but Sutherin has a lot of experience kicking under pres- sure and it may be that we'll need him in there." The Riders announced Friday dropped defensive Deacon to make Jiey have >ack Tom room for flanker Whit Tucker who is returning from the 30- day injured list. However, (Tucker is not expected to play Monday. He is recovering from a knee operation. The Riders may be announc- ing more cuts if they decide to jkeep any of Hiree new players Quarterback Barclav Allen, picked up on waivers from Ed- monton, defensive back Jim Smith from Denver Broncos of Hie National League and tight cud Dave Fivec, a former Argo who has played lor Los Angeles Ranis and Denver, are the new players trying for a place with tlie Riders. Lots Of Action This Weekend Everyone seems to be taking one last Ding al their favorite sport this holiday weeeknd. There is action, it seems, on nearly every front. Brewer Retires TORONTO (CP) Carl Brewer, Detroit Red Wings all- star defenceman, said Friday night his retirement from the National Hockey League is "as wrmanent as anything is per- nanent." The Detroit organization an- nounced earlier the 31-year-old brewer, who came out of a "our-year retirement last year o help the Bed Wings, had noti- "ied them of his plans in a letter o Detroit president Bruce A. Norris. Brewer said Ihe Bed Wings vere aware at the end of last eason there was a 50-50 chance he wouldn't return. "I had a talk with them ovei the summer and so he (Morris) wasn't entirely said Brewer. "Tile filial decision came this week, but the seeds were there earlier." The Labor Day Little League tourney got under way this morning and will run through Sunday. A senior Little League event -is also being played in eonjunciton with it. All the games are at Dave Elton Park. Sunday evening marks the end of another stock car sea- son as the Southern Alberta Auto Racers hold their club championships. Racing is set for following time trials. The battle for top honors in C class, and V-8 Sportsman is hot and heavy and should provide fans with B great evening of entertainment. Lindy Smith has things pret- Ly well his own way in B class but will receive stiff competi- lon from six cars from Cal- gary for the final night of rac- ing. Coach Sam Etcheverry has a Detroit said Brewer had al- couple of injured Alouettes on j ready signed his 1970 contract. his hands and at least one wit have to be replaced for Mon day's game in Hamilton. Defensive back Lewis Cook suffered a knee injury againsi Ottawa and his replacement wil likely be Hichie Dans, who is just retaining after a rib injury. Also with a knee injury is offen- sive back Dick Smith. EASIEST WAY TO GET THAT NEW CAR You have no upilal outlay, a prt- -planned monthly budget, no uneiped- ed mai'nlensnca costs. Tor a Teasing plan to meet any need, oui Leas ing Manager. CHRYSLER LEASING The sign of better teasing FRED KING LEASING LTD. ROY A. MtlNfOSH Lease Manager "KING'S CORNER" 3rd Ave. til 11 111 St 5. The defenceman said the con- tract doesn't "say you play hockey or else." It merely signi- fies that should you play hockey, it would be with the club where you have a contrac- tual agreement. The smooth-skating Brewer said he intends to devote more lime to his family and a sports equipment importing business that's "requiring more my time and it's located here in To- ronto." He was acquired by Detroit from Toronto Maple Leafs in March, 1968 along with Frank Mahovlich, Pete Stemkowski and Garry Unger in a trade that sent Norm Ullman, Paul Hen- derson and Floyd Smith to the Leafs. v ASHPHALT PAVING TOILESTRUP SAND and "GRAVEL Construction Co. Kef. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 The annual Southern Alberta golf tournament started this morning with some of the top golfers in Alberta taking part. The event, a 54-hole medal affair, winds up Monday with a horse race at three o'clock. 1[ motorcycle action is what you're looking for the bridge Motorcycle Club can ac- commodate you. The local group will be staging a motor- cross event Sunday afternoon at the club's grounds at one o'clock. "Riders from various parts of Canada and Hie west- ern United States. Just head onl on Street North and lollow tire signs. Winston Churchill Bulldogs will see their first action to- night at eight when they host Stettler in an exhibition High School Football game, The en- counter is slated for Henderson Park. Soccer wit] highlight Mon- day's action with the jridge Royals hosting Medicine Hat Cantalinis for the Ritchie- Paterson Cup. game goes at three o'clock. In Calgary, Ihe SUmpcdci'i will take on the Edmonton Eski- mos in a game to be televised over (he national network starting at p.m. MST. Saskatchewan coach Eflgle Keys says Don Weiss, acquired from Winnipeg earlier this year, will get a starting assignment, relegating by an ailing right (h backup position. However, Keys admits tha Weiss could be replaced things aren't going well for til Roughriders. Reed's status is a questio mark. The hard-running vel eran, hampered by a leg injury coidrj see limited action wit Canadian fullback Steve Molna taking over his duties. Bee leads the WFC in rushing witl 519 yards on 110 carries. Weiss could be facing another backup quarterback in Eon Johnson, although Winnipeg coach Jim Spavital won't con firm or deny that regular WaUy Gabler will be'on the bench. GaWer, inconsistent in mos james this season, picked up a swollen ankle in Wednesday's 29-8 loss to Calgary. The Stampeders and the Lions have eight points, four more than the Eskimos, who snapped a four-game losing streak Tues- day with a 20-9 win over B.C. Winnipeg is in the cellar with a 1-5 record. Edmonton and Calgary, notec for low-scoring games in recent years, meeting for the second time this season. The Stampeders took a 21-10 deci- sion in an exhibition contest at Calgary but lost 14-2 in a regu- lar-season game in Edmonton. Duncan also indicated the Stampeders would go through the air more olten "in an at- tempt to loosen up the Edmon- ton defence: Keeling started the trend Wednesday and completed 24 of 44 passes while tossing four touclidoivn strikes to Herman Harrison. Duncan said offensive guard John Atamian, picked up on waivers from Winnipeg, mil dress against Edmonton. If GranvUle Liggins, a doubtful starter will] a groin injury, is placed on the SCWiay injured re- served list an import would have to be cut to make room for Atamian. Edmonton halfback Jim Thomas, who rejoined the Eski- mos after being cut from Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League, won't play in tlie Calgary game. On a five-game trial, Thomas may have trouble breaking into the lineup. Terry Swam, at one halfback position, scored t w o touchdowns against B.C., and it one of the top receivers in Ihe while Alan ?itcalthly, an- ctlier halfback, also turned in a strong game against the Lions. Labor Day Tournament UnderWay Tlie entry list was finall; filled Friday morning tor thi anual Labor Day Li tilt League tournament and as a result action got under wa; his morning at ID. A senior Little League even s also being run off in con unction with the Little League affair. AH games are played a the Dave Elton diamonds. In the first games this morn' ng in Little League play Lcth iridge Lakeside met Tatar and Calgary Canadians tangle with Jigh River. Two diamonds are being used today. In the games at Noon Lellibridge Norcrest who recently won the Westerr lanada championship, battlcc Edmonton while Moose Jaw xiok on Med Hat Joyline All- Stars. Other games today were sel or two and four o'clock. In senior action, also taking ilace on two diamonds, Leth- ridge Athletics played Jloose 'aw Hed Sox at nine. At the same time Calgary Red Sox played Edmonlou South Jas- per. At it was to be Leth- bridge Braves and Calgary Ca- nadian League East and Pin- cher Creek and Bow Island. Other senior games were set for two and Sunday the "B" section final of the twopday double-knockout event Little League is set for Noon with the "A" section final at four o'clock. Tlie senior "B" Says; Golf's Million Dollar Wlnntji PIAYING FROM DIVOT HOLE Occasionally you will be forced lo play from a divot hole left by an in- considerate golfer. No need lo worry about it just play, (he ball. If the ball is in the center of the divot, don't change a thing. Just be certain you get down to the ball. If the ball is on the far side (away from play the shot normally except forclosing theclub- facc slightly. Do this be- cause the grass could catch the toe at impact and open ihe face. If Ihe ball is on the near side, open face slightly because the turf might catch the heel and close the face. Above all, don'tblame the heavens for your pre- dicament. Hi! the shot. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES 1AT10MAL LEAGUE Edit W 71 hlcagp IllsHurgh ew York Louis 71 L Pel. (5 .524 44 .SIS ..70 ii .515 hlladelphia .onlrsal Wcsl .433 .5J9 .51? .J93 .471 .3SO Gary Cowan Five Back PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) You mean I broke the old rec- I ord by seven strokes and all I I've got is z two-stroke M-year-old Tom Kite Jr. ex- claimed as he moved into the final round of the United States Amateur Golf Chmpionship here. Kile, from Austin. Tcs., shot n one-over-par 71 Friday for a 54-hote total of 207 on the yard Waverley Country Club course here. Lamiy Waclkins, 20, of Rich- mond, Vs., who lost the first- round lead, moved into second place with a C3 for a 209 total. James Simons, 20, of Butler, Pa., was third at 210. Jim Ga- briclsen, AUnnta, was at 211, followed by I860 champ Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Onl., al 212. Angeles TJ 41 an Francisco 70 65 llanla .......67 6? ouslon .......W 72 an Diego.....53 83 ODAY'5 CAME! ew York Koosman 9-fi at Chicago Tisn 14-10 Francisco Perry 18-13 at Al- nla Nlekro 10-17 Monlreal slortcman .4-13 al SF- Louis ertaina 0-0 N San Diego Roberts A-13 al Cincinnati Ikox 0-0 N Los Angefes Dsleen 1J-I1 at Houston lerker 12-11 N Philadelphia Lersch 4-1 at Pllls- urgh Cambria 0-1 H ESULTS FRIDAY ontreal 310 ON 1M 1H I 14 1 Louts in 380 m ng a- T n Renko Reed U) McGinn (Wl Mor- i (101 Raymond Ml) and Bale- in; Torrei Brlies (I) HllSDndorl (9) ylor (10) <0-3) 131 Simmons HRs- (i) Hague (13) cardenul (a) San Diego 030 OH 18 1 Cincinnati 000 020 2 5 5 Corktns (5-6) Doyle (8) end Slocu.-n; Merrltl (TO-12) Wsshhurn Waloney (fij Behney (7) and corrales. Plum- mer m. HRs: SD-Corklns (1) Gas- Ion 122) ColbErt (Ifl: l-os Anoetet Olt ?M 3103 Houston .010 10 1 Vance (5-6} Brevier (81 Lamn (Bl _nd Haller; WllJon Gladding f9) and Howard, Edwards HR: LA- Haller (91. New York ooo H] 1 t 0 Chicago on no 7 2 Ryan, Frlsella (5-21 Taylor (71 .and Srolc; Hands, Rodriguez (3-1) (7) Piz- larro (8) Miller (8) and Hundley- HRs: NY Shamsky cni Hickman LEAGUE LEADERS Carty, AM Clemente, Pgh Hickman, CM Psrkir, LA SF Ghslon Torro, SIL Sanqulllen, I Tolan, Cine Perer, Cine Home runs 39. Run) balled li 1U IB P. H Pet. 409 BO U7 .3S9 1J2 .359 92 .329 73 W .32S ft 131 .322 79 142 .320 73 147 .320 316 512 407 !05 BZ 4f 124 .330 S10 100 163 .310 50J 94 141 .319 Bench, cine, J2; Perez, Bench, 127; Parel, Pitching: 17. Decisions Sfmpion, Cine, 14-J, .824; Nolan, Cine, li-5, .762. AMERICAN LEAGUE Easf Baltimore New York DeJroil Boston Cleveland Washington Minnesota California Oakland. Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago 88 77 72 70 West 79 ..76 M 12 52 L. Pel. ML 40 .542 11 45 .526 14 .515 17V4 71 .4IZ 22 72 .m 23V4 55 .570 .559 .04 .382 .353 TODAY'S Cleveland Dunning 3-3 af New York Bshnsen 12-10 Batllmorc Hardln 4-5 el Boston Culp 14-12 Kansas Drago 7-13 Oakland Oooson 15-12 Minnesota Porry 20-11 al Calitornla lurphy' 13-10 H Detroit Kilkenny 7-3 at Washington Cox 8-10 N Only games scheduled. RESULTS FRIPAY Kansas city ooo 000 out- I I 1 Oakland 002 111 12 1 Filzmorrls f7-5) Moretiead (3) Mon- ieagudo (8) and KlrkpaMck; Hunter (14-12) and Tenace. HRs: er Tenace Chicago 000 000 TOO 3 T f Milwaukee 000 020 000 1-3 I 1 Janeskl, Murphy (22) (7) and Josepnson; Lockwood, Sanderj (1 0) and Roof. Cleveland 100 001 3 New York Oil 3 Hand (6-10) Mingori (7) and Sims; Kline (4-3) and HR: Baltimore 110 1M I 15 i Boston 400 010 010- I 11 I Cuellar, Leonhard (1) Drabowskv w) (6) VJatt (a) and Hcndritks; Nany, Harlenslein (0-3) (6) Lyle (7) Jarvis (9) and Pavletich. HRs: Buford 116) B. Robinson Bsn -T. Conigliaro (28) Pelrocelll (25) icolf Jslroil 110 000 I Wasnrngton VH I J 1 Lolich. Patterson (7-1) (8) Ttmmer- man (9) and Brice; Coleman, Knowlsl 2-13) (8) Plna m and Casanova. LEAGUE LEADERS AB Johnson. Cat Smith, Bos 513 Yaslrzemskl, Bos 47fl Ollva, Minn 534 Apariclo, Cnf 50J Robinson Bat 410 Fosse, Cleva It H Pel. 67 166 .327 102 U6 ,320 106 153 .320 BO 169 .316 78 157 31? 76 126 .207 42 138 .307 71 139 .304 X5 129 .298 40 ISO 'owell. Bait 'iniella, KC Calcr, NY 50J Home runs: Minn, io; Howard, Wash, 33. Runs balled in: Howard, 11J; Klllf irevi 107. Pitching: 12 Decisions CuelJar, Bit, 1-7, .750; McNally, Bal, 21-3, .724. WE ARE THE ALBERTA DISTRIBUTORS FOR MAYRATH GRAIN AUGERS ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 401 III Av< South Phono 327-6886 or 33.7.4445 ;