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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAIO Tuosdoy, Srpiemhep 3, 1971- Argonauts finally chalk up tvin in the cast Esks all alone atop west football heap By THE CANADIAN PRESS Edmonton Eskimos look sole possession of lirst place and there was some minor shuffling in the lower ranks Monday afler two Western Football Con- ference contests. The Eskimos look advantage of many errors in beating the Slampeders 31-19 while Winnipeg, at Calgary wliich had been tied for first place, dropped into a second-place lie when it was beaten 32-21 by Saskatchewan Roughriders at Kegina. With 10 points from five wins and one defeat, Edmonton has a two-point edge over Winnipeg and Saskatchewan while Cal- gai-y has four points and Brit- ish Columbia Lions are in the cellar wilh two. The Uons get a chance, al- though it's a slim one, to pick up points Thursday when they meet the Bombers at Winnipeg. At Calgary Monday, alert plays by tight end Tyrone Walls gave Edmonton the edge. He I In all, Calgary mistakes lei put the Eskimos on the score- board after 10 minutes play when he picked up a fumble by Calgary's John Senst and ran 57 yards for a touchdown. Ho added another touchdown in the fourth quarter-on a 67-yard pass-and-run play from quar- terback Tom Wilkinson. Wacky east division ihe same afler iveekend Four within half game of each HOME FREE end Tyrone Walls of Edmonton Eskimos runs into the end zone after running 57 yards when he recovered a fumble by John Senst of Calgary Stam- peders. Senst dropped the ball following a punt by Edmonton's Gary Lefebvre in the firsl quarter. Walls scored two touchdowns as Edmonton won 31-19 in a Western Foot- ball Conference game Monday afternoon in Calgary. (CP Wirephoto) McQuay shoivs up late Argos finally win By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS Leon MeQuay came back Ifonday. So did Ian Sunter. McQuay, Toronto's flashy halfback, returned to help the Argonauts to their first Eastern. Football Conference win, a 43- 21 decision over Montreal Alouettes. And Snnter, Hamilton Tiger- Cats' rookie place-kicker, came back for a fifth field goal try after missing four in a row to give his club a 17-16 victory over Ottawa Rough Riders on the last play of the game. Sunter's kick from 42 yards, after missing in the second half from 22, 41, 46 and 52 yards, sent the Rough Riders to their first defeat of the season. Hamiltonls. victory evened the Ticals' record al -3-3 and moved them to within two points of Ot- tawa, who have four wins. The Alouettes, yet to win at home, are third with four points and Argos are last with two points. The moody McQuay was missing the team plane left Toronto Sunday night after he had a flare-up with corner- back Dave Rairney on the prac- tice field Saturday. "I didn't know he was here until this Argonaut coach Leo Cahill said in Mon- treal after the win. "Evidently he arrived here late Sunday night but nobody told me about it. I had no idea where he was." Nether McQuay nor Raimey would talk about the incident. "Talk to somebody cbe, man, I've got nothing to McQuay muttered after he car- ried the ball 14 times to pile up 129 of the 145 yards the Argo- nauts picked up oil the ground. McQuay also caught touch, down tosses from quarterback Wally Gabler and backup Jim Chasey, who relieved in the fourth quarter. Cahill said: "There's no ques- tion of a suspension. However, we'll discuss the matter be- tween us when we get home." Gabler, making his second start this season for Toronto, also threw two scoring strikes to Eric Allen and another to Mike Eben as Ihe Argos erased a 14-7 Montreal lead and dis- appointed M.594 fans. Kicker Ivan MacMillan, cut by Toronto during training camp, staged a comeback of his own by converting all five touchdowns and booting two field goals and a single. Punter Zenon Andmsyshyn added an- other single. George Mira, a former Na- tional Football League quarter- :ack, Kit John Easoa and Peter Dalla R iva with touchd own >asses in the first quarter but :he Als had to wait until the last three minutes of the game [or another score when Jim Fo- ley gathered in Mira's flip from the five. Don Sweet added three converts, In Hamilton, a record Ivor Wynne Stadium crowd of had a reason to be apprehen- sive as Sunter strode into Ihe hall to cap a drive that started on the Hamlton 15 with left. HAMILTON >7 OTTAWA OTT HAM First downs......... 13 16 Yards rushing E6 65 Yards passing ........138 39J Ner offence.......... 524 309 Passes tried 11-24 lnlereeplion.1 1 0-0 2-2 2-22 TORONTO MONTREAL :i TOR ArHL First downs 20 19 Yards rushing US Yards passing........ 305 261 Net offence......... 437 333 Passes 10-37 17-sa Inlercepfions 3 2 12-34 1-5 0-0 3-15 1T-TO B.V THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The pennant scramble in the American League East is so wacky that the four contenders who started play Monday with only game separating them finished the day you guessed game separating them. Baltimore Orioles split a double-header with New York Yankees, winning 4-3 and then losing 5-2. Hi at dropped the Orioles into a first-place tie with Detroit, which edged Cleveland Indians 2-1. Boston Red Sox beat Mil- waukee Brewers 2-0, but lost the nightcap 6-2 and trails the leaders by one-half game and three percentage points. The Yankees blew a cbanco to take over the top spot by blowing a late 3-0 lead in their opener against Baltimore and wound up instead in fourth place, one-half game and four points out. Oakland Athletics opened up some more ground on Chicago White Sox in the West Divi Athletics lead by 3Vfe splitting a 10-5, 1-2 twinbill with California Angels while the White Sox were being swept 2-1, 4-0 by Minnesota Twins. In Sunday's games it was Chicago 5 New York 0, Cleve- land 4 Minnesota 1, Texas Milwaukee 1, Oakland 3 Detroi 1, California 1 Baltimore 0, ant Kansas City at Boston was postponed. Saturday it Detroit 3 RIGHT: VER'VE DR.iBHW.Teo> TWICE.ONCEWHllE'iER WERE S NO SECONbTHOUGHTS, GIRL, NERGOIN1 BACK TO 'IM RIGHT- TUSTONE POINT- IN WHAT STATE Dlft I MAKE MV FINAL DECISION Easy victory at Calgary Winning Red triumphs mOTORS LETHBRIDGE ARE NOW ACCEPTING FACTORY ORDERS ON 1973 CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH and DODGE TRUCKS AT 1972 PRICES UNTIL 1973 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT DATE, ORDER BEFORE PRICE INCREASES. SALES OPPORTUNITY Exceptionally gsod opportunities to sell 1973 Chryiler, Plymouth Cars, and Dodge Trucks. Require hard working, intelligent young salesman. Previous experience not necessary. Politeness, appearance and good attitude er. The victory was worth or Winning Red, and increased his earnings this year to '17, a single season record >n the circuit. Canyon Patrol and Major Di- vidend combined for a daily double, while Tetraspeed and Nipawih returned in .he third-race quinella. The fifth race exactor of Early Grey and With Speed paid while the ninth quinella of Special Bout and Old Fort returned A crowd of wagered compared with on the corresponding day last year. MONDAY FIRST claiming, 2 year old maidei Caesar Boy (Combs) 4.00 3.00 3.60 Ky Charger (Horrls) 5.50. 3.80, Prairie Morn (Suitor) 3.00. Time: 2-5. Lady In Tho Dark, Calgary Red Shelly Art, Glens Melodee, Fire Speed also ran. SECOND claiming, 2year Bids, 7 for fongs. Prince Bully (Hedge) Vi.OO 4.90 4.50 Nlnfane (Rycroft) 7.00 4.70, Playboy John (Shields) Time: Monkey Pod, Magic Lodge, Sp What A blend, Sredake DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming. 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs. Fleet UicVIe (Inda) 4.70 3.10 2.1 Amber Day (Levine) 4.90 3.50, E Little Bull (Barroby) 5.60. Time: 3-5. Swiffle, Green Port, Blue Twls Sabre Swing Leader also ran. QUINELLAi FOURTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur-' sngs. Front DesV (Hedge) 8.40 4.40 3.50, Beau (Levine) 6.90 4.60, dies Prize (Barroby) 4.00. Time: Another Session, Klondike Charm, allant Shadow, Page Bob, Brown Marine also ran. FIFTH SI.500, claiming, 4 year olds and up, miles. Bum Money (Morris) 14.40 5.10 2.60, arkland prince (Levine) 3.50. 2.50, laydns Smoke (Kipling) 2.SO. Time: 4-5. Monty B, Royal Traffic, Jasper 'ark, Lolitas Hope, Bells Sheila also SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, ft miles. Stumbling Cub (Phetan) 9.50 4.40 3.10, ,uper QuIM (Watson) 3.70 2.70, Prld- lls Dandy (Levine) 3.90. Time: 4-5. Reverse Current, Mister Auctioneer, illk Buttons, On The Go, Chantage ilso ran. SEVENTH allowance, 3 year olds and up, 1 furlongs. Pnelcllllum (Barroby) 4.50 4.20 3.50, Johnny N Joe (Phetan) 4.00 3.50, Ice alace (Hedge) 6.00, 2-5. Make It Magic, Black Rouser, Fall Session, Cypress Cove, Northern Mis- sion also ran. EIGHTH Spud Murphy Handlcfli year olds and up. Hfe miles. Prebens Pride (Inda) 7.00 4.10 Preslo (McCauley) 4.70 3.50 Kims Kid (Rycroft) 2.70. Time: 4-5. Love Your Host, Pocket BOBS, LI It I Twit, Kuckee Lad also ran. NINTH claiming, 4 year olds and up We miles, Preben's Pride (Inda) 4.70, Uncl moolhle (Sanchez) 4.70 3.30 2.70, Gay Slllch (Levine) 5.90 3.90, CPhelan) 3.70. Time: }-5. Braren Bully, Fast Friday, V1elr 0 Belli Behl, Junior Moon also ran QUINELLA: SATURDAY'S RESULTS FIRST claiming, 2 year olds, 7 fui longs, Canyon Watson) 24.00 5.9 4.20, Easy To Love (J. Arnold) 2.50, Lord Worth (Narris) Time: 3-5. Minils Sisler, Erlttellnn, Fair Hsydi Stormy Sum Ifs Happening ars SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 7 longs, Mafor Dividend (Ryeroft) 3.' 3.40, Tickle Your Fancy (Combs) S.fl 3.50, Western Fair (Inda) Time: Sterner Auctfon, arbs Luck, Miss Ri A1LY DOUBLE: IM.M. THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up, Va miles. TeJraspeed (Levine) S.iO 1.90, ipawln (Wafson) 3.90 2.30, My Rose no CMcCauley' 2.30, Time: 1-5. Mister BounMful, Night Shine, Rov- ig Doc for. Western Arrwt, With All alio ran. U1NELLA: S20.SO. FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, Furlongs. My Son Michael {IrnJa) 7.00 4.00 Friendly Guy (Morris) Dewey Boy (Willis) Time: 4-5. Burgundy Lass, Go Go Glen, Jet curler, Careless Cat also ran. RACK SCRATCH: Silver Dancy... FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, T far- ongs, Earl Grey (Stadnyk) 31.20 10.60 5.90, ,Vlth Speed (Levine) 4.30 JusIIno Prlne (Wiseman) 3.90. Time: 4-5. Silent Forest, Flying Exit, Who's .aughlng, Blue Mustang a, Vernon Hie visitors pick up 16 points. Edmonton linebacker Gasscr intercepted a Jerry Keeling pass to set up a sec- ond-quarter touchdown by Foster and Walls recovered an- other Senst fumble to set up a 19-yard field goal by Dave Cut- ler. Edmonton led 7-fl after tha lirst quarter and there was 19-19 deadlock at hall-lime be- fore a Cutler single gave Ed- monton a 20-19 lead going Into tho fourth quarter. The rest of Edmonton's points came on two more field goals by Cutler, from 47 and 18 yarns out, and two converts and another single on a wide field goal attempt. The Stampeders1 touchdowns were by flanker Gerry Shaw, fullback Hugh McKinnls and halfback Howard Starks. Starks, a regular defensive back inserted tor one play on offence in the first quarter, completed a 72-yard pass-and- run play which produced Cal- gary's first touchdown in three games. At Regina, the Roughriders gave Winnipeg a lesson In ball control to end the Bombers' four-game winning streak. Saskatchewan was never threatened seriously and a good example of the way they per- formed was (heir fourth touch- down. Quarterback Ron Lan- caster put together an 85-yard march downfield, using 15 plays, and George Reed capped the assault with a one-yard plunge for six points. They went on the Scoreboard at of the first quarter when Lancaster hit Bobby Thompson with a pass and were ahead 11-0 at the end of the first quarter. The rest at the points came on a 48-yard field goal and a convert, all by Jack Abenrlachan. Thompson got another touch- down In the second quarter after Gord Barwell had scored one and the Houghriders' score was rounded out by Ab- endschan's two other converta and a single by Allan Ford. Quarterback Don Jonas and running backs Mack Herron and Ed Williams got Winni- peg's touchdowns. Jonas and Williams scored theirs on two- yard plunges while Herron'ff was a sizzling 65-yard run. Jonas converted all three. EDMONTON CALGARY EDM CAL First downs 1? la Yards rushing 94 Yards passing ...........364 374 Net oftence.......... 478 445 Passes 23-32 14-39 Interceptions 5 o vards I2-46.9 t-tt.3 lost 0-0 2-2 fotal yards 5-50 4-20 SASKATCHEWAN 32 WINNIPEO 71 WPO SAStf, First downs 20 24 Yards ruling ........Wl 22S Yards passing 204 137 Net offence 364 Passes 18-32 13-16" Interceptions 0 Q yards 1-44.6 lost 1-1 1-1 Penalles-yards 8-3J 4-IS 'own else EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and furlongs. His World (Levine) 3.00 2-50 7-50, Day Will Come (McCauley) 3.20 Jr. Orbit (Willis) 4.80. Time; Speedy Son, Boy, Atlantic Star, Paddygoessy elso ran. Track Scratchi Night Call. SEVENTH claiming, 4 yaar olds and up, miles. Law Boss i.30 X.10 3.10, Merry Muffet (Shields) 6-70 4.00, Table For Tony (Combl) 3.90. Timer 3-5. Diddle, Another Bomber, Tollv Caroufer, also ran. SIGHTH added, Alberta Derby, year ofrfs, miles. Winning Red S.M 3.00 2.50, A Fourthoughf (Hedge) A.10 3.BO, Timber Topper 3.30, Time: Already Fair Eye, Scotly George, Jamles Victory, Comptoir, BaHJe Vic- tor, Fort Meyers also ran. Ml NTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 Special Bout (Rasmussen) 9.50 3.50 3.50, Old Forl (Levine) 2.80 2.40, Astro Prince (Jim Arnold) 3.00. Timer Hopl Joe, Stuart, Speeds Beau- ty, West Wind Gal also ran. QUINELLA: Track Scralch: Pan. Defending champions lose title EDMONTON (CP) Saskat- chewan, represented by Wey- bum Canadians, upset the de- fending champion Richmond Hill Dynes from Ontario Z-0 Sunday to win the Canadian Senior A men's Softball champ- ionship. Saskatchewan's Dan lak scored both runs off losing pitcher Bob Domik, Sccundiall walked to lead off the game, ad- vanced to third on a sacrifice and an error and scored on a wild piich. In the filth inning, he doubled ami scored on a gle by Dwight McMillan. Pete Lnnclers was win- ning pitcher, allowing four hits and striking out nine. It was the fourth win of tha day for Saskatchewan which had lied with Quebec and New Brunswick as the top team In B section qualifying. Cincinnati opens 8Vz game lead 7th St. 1st Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE Ph. 327-1591 Oliver performs but praises pitchers ny TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS Al Oliver's two, three-run homers started Pittsburgh Pi- rates to a 5-1 doubleheader sweep Monday of Philadelphia Phillies. But alter sharing the hero's act with Steve Blass' five-hitter in the first game, Oliver took a back seat to Bruce Kison in the second as the right- hander completed Pittsburgh's ninth doubleheaclcr sweep this year with a five-hitter. "You hear so much about our hitters that people forget that we have one of Ihe best pitch- ing staffs in said OE- ver. Pittsburgh's National League- leading East margin jumped to 13 games after the Labor Day activities. Chicago Cubs, second in the East, lost a game after splitting a doubleheader with New York the first one 2-0 and losing the sec- ond 7-2. REDS SPUT DOUBLE The West-leading Cincinnati Reds split a doublehearter with Los Angeles Dodgers and im- proved their margin to games. After the Dodgers won the first game 6-5, the Reds came back to win the nightcap 8-4 and move up a half-game on Houston Astros who lost 5-5 to Atlanta Braves. In the other National League games, Montreal Expos trimmed St. Louis Cardinals 1-0 in the first game of a double- header before losing the sec- ond, 8-7 and San Diego Padres tripped San Francisco Giants 1- n In games Sunday It was Pittsburgh 2 San Francisco 1, Philadelphia 8 Atlanta 0, San Diego 3 Chicago 0, Cincinnati 4 Montreal 3, Los Angeles 6 St. Louis 3, New York 2 Houston 1. Saturday it was Chicago 8 San Diego 0, Los Angeles 5 St. Louis 1, Montreal 7 Cincinnati 2, Pittsburgh 6 San Francisco 3, New York 11 Houston 8 and in a doubleheader Atlanta beat Philadelphia 10-7 in the first game and was shut mit 3-0 la the second. Ferguson Jenkins, bidding for his sixth straight 20-game-win- nlng season, hurled a four-hit- ter his 19th victory as Chi- cago took the opener from New York. The Mets won the second game, featured by Gary Gen- try's lirst victory since July 20. ERRORS A RECORD Manny Mola doubled homo Bill Russell from second base with two out in the ninth inning to give Los Angeles its first- game triumph. Cincinnati came back with a 12-hlt offence in the nightcap led by Tony Perez' two singles and a double. The Dodgers committed seven rors in the tecond game, a record for tho Los Angeled team. Hank Aaron lied the scora with a two-run bases-loaded single in the ninth inning and Felix Millan sent home the win- ninb run with a grounder for Atlanta. Carl Morton pitched a five- hitter, recording his first shut- out since Sept. 1970 as Montreal won the opener from St. Louis. Bill Voss had three hits, his first in the National League to help the Cardinals take tho nightcap. Derrcl Thomas hit a home run and Mike Corkins and Gary Ross combined on n five-hitter' leading San Diego over San Francisco. ;