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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THt inHSRIDGI HWALD SspHmber 8, 1970 V HE WON IT ALL-Norm Gray of Calgary emerged with top honors in the annual Southern Alberta golf tournament held at Henderson Lake over the weekend. Gray also won the horse race. Prepare Year Without Kapp VANCOUVER (CP) Quar- terback Joe Kapp fa leading the lonely life of the holdout in Canada while Minnesota Vik- ings, the team he led to the National Football League Championship last year, pre- prred for the 1970 season with- out him. "I got nothing to the '33-year-old Kapp told Associa- ted Press reporter Elias Cas- tillo who located him in the offices of a Vancouver real es- tate firm with which he is con- nected. "I don't even want to talk- about the weather. "I'm just here handling some business. I've got a little land up here. Talk to my lawyer. He's handling the whole thing." Kapp is asking million in a five-year contract from the Vikings. He hasn't talked with Jim Finks Vikings general manager, since April, and a Vikings spokesman said Friday the team is prepared to play this season without Kapp. Stop Alouettes, Argos Dump Roughics Three-Way Tie For Top Spot By THE CANADIAN 1'UKSS A forearm smash to the back of Ottawa quarterback Gary Wood's head on the first play from scrimmage Monday night knocked him senseless and sent the Rough Riders- reeling to a 37-21 defeat in Eastern Football Conference action at Ottawa. Tne act cost Toronto Argo- nauts the services of defensive end fid Harrington for the rest of the game but set the pattern of play for the night as Toron- to's Bill Symonds scored four touchdowns. The Argo victory, their third in six starts, sent them to the top of the league with six points, the same number amassed by Hamilton Tiger- Cats and Montreal Alouettes in five games. The three-way lie for first came about from an earlier Labor Day game at Hamilton where the Tieats edged Mont- real 17-12 on the strength of a last-qiiarter touchdown and field goal. Ottawa, with two victories in six games, has four points. "I simply didn't see him com- said Wood after the game. He spent most of the first quarter on the sidelines as the Argos built a 14-0 lead on Sy- mons first two touchdowns. THINKS ACCIDENT "I'm sure he didn't mean to knock me said Wood in the dressing room after the game. "It was a pitchout to the right and I'm sure he thought I still had the ball." Ottawa coach Jack Gotta de- scribed the play as "a hammer job, but I don't want to make a stink about it." Toronto quarterback Don Jonas contributed two scoring tosses, one to Symons and an- other to flanker Jim Thorpe, and kicked five converts. Dave Mann kicked two singles to complete the Argo scoring. Wood recovered to throw ;ouchdown passes to speedster Hugh Oldham and flanker Billy Tcoper and ran 16 yards for an- other Rough Rider touchdown, [van MacMillan converted all three. Ottawa touchdowns to raise lu's league-leading points total to 39. The Hamilton-Montreal game, played before fans, devel- oped into a series of misplays until the Alouettes broke the :ouchdown drought midway into :he fourth quarter when Dennis Duncan left a dumbfounded Ted Page in the lurch before taking a Passander pass to paydirt. Up until that time all the scoring had come from place- kicking. Hamilton's Tommy Joe Coffey had kicked two of his three field goals and added a single and George Springate kicked two field-goal efforts. Montreal carried a 12-7 lead on Duncan's touchdown but the Tieats replied smartly five plays later with Garney Henley sweeping over from three yards out. Coffey's convert and Ms third field goal wrapped up the scoring. Page said after the game he didn't hear the signal for man- to-man coverage during the de- fensive huddle. Consequently, he said, he remained in a zone defence leaving Duncan free to ramble u n m o 1 e s t d for the score. He redeemed himself later, however, knocking the ball loose from Montreal halfback Moses Denson deep'in Alouettc terri- tory that set the stage for Cof- fey's third field goal. Neither club could generate a sustained attack. Montreal coach Sam Etcheverry became disenchanted with his starting quarterback, Sonny Wade, and inserted Passander into the lineup. It was behind Passander that the Als made their first penetra- tion into Hamilton's end of the field about eight minutes into the second quarter. Both touchdowns followed ex- citing pass-and-run plays. Pas- sander hi; flanker Terry Evan- shen for 40 yards to the Hamil- ton 16-yard line and two plays later Duncan scored. Car For Andreachuk Gray Wins It All By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer The weekend at the Southern Alberta golf tournament be- longed to Norm Gray of Cal- gary but Andy Andreachuk of Lethbridge had his day. Gray won it all you might say as he captured the over all, three-day tournament with a gross score of 223, two strokes better than Mike Zichy of Calgary. Third place in the first division went to Terry Kimmel of Calgary with a 228 and the Cowtowners made it a clean sweep as fourth place went to Len Brayton, a former Southern Alberta "winner. While Gray was malting the tournament read like a one man show Andreachuk made Sunday the biggest day of his life as he canned his tee shot on the par three 15th hole and won himself a Ford Maverick for his efforts. The Maverick, put up by Dunlop Ford, was an added in- centive for the entrants in the three-day event. Andreachuk stood almost in shock as he found his ball in the bottom of the cup. The 'green can't be seen from the tee box as the hole plays to the top of a hill and so Andreachuk didn't know of- Ms success until he reached the green. This year's tournament, a 54-hole medal affair, had divi- sions rather than flights, and winners were declared in four divisions. Golfers were set in divisons according to handi- cap. Gray, who plays to a one handicap, had a, low net score of 220, six strokes off the pace set by Jim Whitelnw of Leth- bridge. Whitelaw had rounds of 74-76-76 for a 226 but with a four Handicap lie shaved 12 strokes off for a low net score of 214 and" top honors. Cliff Stroh of the host Hen- derson Lake Golf Club, was runner-up in the ffcst division low net as he had a 225. His three handicap gave him nine less strokes and a tie with Whitelaw but Whitelaw won on a count back. Third was Te< Smith of Taber with 222 net score. Division two saw Bill Ehvetz of Victoria, B.C. come up on top with a 232 low gross score He was nine better than Lloyc Kanewischer of Lethbridge Third place belonged to Nick Onofrychuk of Lethbridge with a 241. Ralph Guzzi won low net honors in division too with a 221 after shooting a 239. Guzzi plays to a six handicap. Lou Krammer of Lethbridge was the runner up with a 242 gross which was a 221 net. Fen Tun bridge, another Lethbridge golfer, was third at a net score of 226. Bob Jeacock of San Jose, Calif, won the third divisior gross honors with a 247. Ha. Brown of Lethbridge followed at 251 with Lawrence Dzuren Dramatic Finish. For McElreatli ONTARIO, Calif. (AP) Jim MoElreath, a 42-year-old veter- an from Arlington, Tex., drove around Art Pollard two laps from the finish Sunday to win a dramatic victory in the in- augural California 500-m i J e championship race. A frank comparison between our old and our new Corona. This is our old Corona, probably one of the best known import sedans in North America. If had contemporary North American styling, a big gufsy 90 hp engine that gave you an effortless 80 mph. cruising, durability which has become legendary, plus all the luxury and safety features. For one lov inclusive puce. But, after six years we improved the Corona. Not just changed it, really improved it, The new Toyota Corona. What's new about it? Everything It's longer, wider insitJe and out, stronger and faster. Take the engine. It's now an overhead cam It develops 108 hp, has a top speed of mph, cruises at 85 and gives up to 32 miles per gallon. We've replaced the drum biakes with assisted disc brakes up front Visibility is improved, vent windows are gone and there is tinted safety glass all round. Side Windows are curved to improve shoulder room The new Corona comes third with a score of 255. Dzur- en is from Lethbridge. Low net was won by Mel Duda of the city with a 215. Rusty McCutcheon, of Hender- son Lake was second with a 221 followed by Yosh Chaki of the city with a 223. In division four low gross went to Hon McCaugherty Lethbridge with a 264, seven strokes better than Busty Wishnevski of Lethbridge, Bob Meyers of Edmonton was third with a 272. Al Murray of Lethbridge won low net with a 229. Murray narrowly edged John Eisen- barth of Lethbridge by one stroke. Gordon Matkin of Leth- bridge was third. Gray finished off a success- ful weekend by winning the horse race Monday afternoon. Dean Barker of Lethbridge was second with Ted Smith of Taber third. DIGGING FOR TREASURE-Andy Andreachuk reaches into the hole for his ball Sunday after sinking his drive for a hole-in-one and winning himself a Ford Maverick. 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