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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE September Travelling to Eastern Canada Book now on the 8 to 30 day excursion (Effective Oct 1) and Save ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-81 Familiar faces are on top, Eskimos, Riders in first By The CANADIAN PRESS Saskatchewan Roughnders and Edmonton Eskimos mov- ed into a first-place tie in the Western Football Conference during the weekend after vic- tories over British Columbia Lions and Winnipeg Blue Bombers Ron Lancaster threw the Roughnders to a 38-16 win over the Lions Saturday while the Eskimos humbled the Blue Bombers 24-2 Sunday Edmonton and Sas- katchewan now have 10 points each, but the Eskimos have played one less game and have a 5-2 won-loss record compared with 5-3 for the Roughnders The Lions have eight points, Winnipeg six and Calgary Stampeders two Commenting on the Sas- katchewan win, fullback George Reed said the offence "didn t do anything different- Alouette defence one stingy bunch By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press While Montreal Alouettes managed to amass 38 points against Toronto Argonauts, most of the credit for Sun- day s 38-6 Eastern Football Conference win should go to the defence Montreal defenders limited the Argos to a net offence of 111 yards and forced three first-half turnovers which the offence converted into a 24-0 lead early in the second quarter 'It was our defence's best game, said Rod Rust, Mon- treal s defensive coach In EFC action Saturday, Ot- tawa Rough Riders lost 16-10 to Hamilton Tiger-Cats The Riders failed to score a touchdown and have managed one major in the last four games A field goal by Don Sweet got Montreal rolling in the opening quarter Then the defence went to work Dickie Harris picked off a Mike Rae pass and rambled 50 yards to the Toronto 13 That set up a 13-yard toss to tight end Peter Dalla Riva from quarterback Jimmy Jones for Montreal's first TD at 10 29 Just 73 seconds later, Skip Eaman caught a 15-yard pass from Jones for the second Montreal touchdown which was set up when Glen Weir recovered a fumble by Toronto running back Ed Shuttlesworth Before the second quarter was a minute old, Jones hook- ed up with Johnny Rodgers for a 24-yard TD strike just after Marv Luster had picked off a Rae pass at the Toronto 33 Jones ran for a 10-yard TD in the third quarter and Dalla Riva nabbed his second TD pass later in the quarter as he combined with Sonny Wade, making a rare appearance at the helm of the Montreal of- fence Sweet converted all five Montreal TDs Zenon Andrusyshyn kicked two field goals to account for the Toronto scoring Joe Moss. Argos interim head coach following the dis- missal of John Rauch after last week s loss to Montreal, said his team was upset by the coaching change "It's like taking the steering wheel out of a car Ottawa coach George Bran- cato said his offensive linemen showed a complete lack of effort Saturday against the Tiger-Cats and added he would go scouting for replacements "wherever I can find them Suns beaten twice Taber Golden Suns got a rude awakening over the weekend in their first two ex- hibition games Saturday night, before a near capacity crowd the Suns dropped a 6-3 verdict while Sunday they were laced 9-3 Both setbacks came at the hands of Spokane Jets Suns will open play in the Alberta Junior Hockey League this year while the Jets will perform in the B C Junior Hockey League Jets got off to a quick start Saturday night and never look- ed back Taber faced a 4-0 deficit after the first 20 minutes closed the gap to 4-3 with three unanswered goals in the second but saw Spokane score twice in the third for the win Randy Joevenazzo Darcy Virostek and Bob Wallis scored for the Suns while Bob Robertson paced Spokane with two goals The Saturday game was a rough one as Spokane got the nod on 12 of 23 minor penalties the two clubs split eight majors with the Jets taking two 10 minute mis- conducts and a game miscon- duct Sunday afternoon the Suns were in things trailing only 3-2 after one period Spokane scored three times without a reply in the second and the game was out of reach Cliff Miller with three goals and Ron Lewecki. with two spaked the Jets Dean Solheim Ken ivlinkhammer replied for Taber STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! P.M. SUBMISSION SIDE BET Big John QuHm w. Benny Ramirez Ktnretoki n. Cody Savage n. Little Bear Kelly Twins Hunt and Merle! Matehea S3 ly in the second half (when they scored all their points) It s just that the defence gave us good field position 'In the first half we had to march 100 yards, which is tough Getting the field posi- tion makes things easier The Lions led 13-0 after the first half beiore a crowd of 30187 but the Roughnders scored five second-half touchdowns, three of them on passes from Lancaster Two of them were to Tom Cam- pana and the other was caught by Steve Mazurak George Reed scored on a six-yard run while Ken McEachera added another touchdown with a 32-yard return of an intercepted Karl Douglas pass Brian Berg kicked a field goal and five converts Lou Harris scored the lone British Columbia touchdown while Ivan MacMillan kicked three field goals and a convert The sellout Edmonton crowd of almost saw something which has been missing from Canadian foot- oall for at least 25 drop-kick field goal in which the ball must touch the ground before being booted through the uprights Coach Ray Jauch said quar- terback Tom Wilkinson had been after him for two years to try the kick Wilkinson, who said he had practised the kick every day for years was wide in his attempt from the 24-yard line I hurried he said "I blew my chance Calvin Harrell, Stuart Lang and Roy Bell scored touch- downs for the Eskimos who held quarter leads of 7-0, 14-0 and 17-1 Dave Cutler kicked a 22-yard field goal and three converts to round out the scoring The Winnipeg points were from wide field goal attempts in the third and fourth quarters by Walt McKee The Eskimos broke through the Winnipeg line on the first two plays to down quarter- back Ralph Brock for six-and 10-yard losses Brock was starting a WFC game for the first time since Winnipeg sent quarterback Don Jonas to Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Eastern Conference for Chuck Ealey Ealey, who got into the game in the fourth quarter, was caught twice by the Eskimos for losses of 12 and nine vards Synchronized swimmers start Tuesday The Lethbndge Synchronu- ed Swimming Club is holding registration night at the Fntz Sick swimming pool Tuesday, Sept 10 Beginners will register at 6 30 while former members registration will take place at 7 30 p m Those registering are reminded to come prepared to swim Regular training session will be held in the newly com- pleted Stan Siwick Pool in North Lethbndge Synchronized swimming will be one of the featured sports in the Canada Winter Games slated for Lethbndge and district Feb 11-23 Herald Sports Women's best Kathy Lundmark emerged as the women's champion Saturday Local tennis club hosts Southern and Club finals Biaise Szekely of Trail, B C and Kathey Lundmark of Calgary emerged as the winners of the ram delayed Southern Alberta Tennis Championships in Lethbndge on Saturday The tourney was originally scheduled for August 8 but rain interrupted play and the remaining matches were post poned until this past weekend Szekely defeated Hans Doerr of the Glenmore Racket Club in Calgary 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 in the final of the men's singles action Doerr reached the final by beating Stu Mowatt of Calgary while Szekely bested Joe Forrayi of the Lethbndge Club in two close sets, Lundmark captured the women's singles as she bested Sdenka Servus of Calgary 7-5, 6-2 Lundmark is ranked number three in the province while Servus is rated number four Hans Doerr and Danny both from Calgary's Glenmore Club, took the men's doubles with 6-2, 6-1 wins over Joe Forrayi and Stu Mowatt Doerr and Hyman defeated Murray Sihvon of Medicine Hat and Herb Curran of Lethbndge in one semi final while Forrayi and Mowatt defeated a Lethbndge entry of Marv Kirchner and Klaus Jericho in the other Irene Jacina and Sdenka Servus, both of Calgary took the gal's doubles, defeating Jean Tink and Mrs Adams of Pmcher Creek, 6-0, 6-0 The mixed doubles title went to Murray Sihvon of Medicine Hat and Veronica Arnold of Red Deer The duo defeated at Lethbridge team of Marv Kirchner and Gern Noble 6-3, 64 The winners defeated Glen and Joan Ennis of Medicine Hat in one semi final while the Lethbndge pair bested Ken Oleschuk and Kathey McWhae of Calgary in the other Entries came from Edmon- ton, Calgary, Red Deer, Lethbndge, Medicine Hat, Pmcher Creek Fort Macleod, Trail and from as far away as Florida The Lethbridge Tennis Club declared winners within their club as well over the weekend Joe Forrayi was named as the winner in the men's singles while the gal s singles went to Sue Balfour Joe Forrayi capped off a successful year when he team- ed with Tim Jost to capture the men's doubles Herb Curran and Sue Balfour captured the mixed doubles championship The junior men's singles ti- tle went to Bruce Woolhouse while Walter Dyck was the winner of the boys' singles In "B competition Joyce Miyashita took the gal's singles and Ryan Hayward topped the men's secion Men s doubles champions were Rvan and Owen Hayward LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. ower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall ltfttrUM.AIbtTli S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pel GBL Pittsburgh 76 63 547 St Louis 74 66 529 2Vz Philadelphia 69 71 493 7VZ New York 64 73 467 11 Montreal 61 76 445 14 Chicago 56 81 409 19 Wmt Los Angeles 87 52 626 Cincinnati 84 56 600 Atlanta 78 63 553 10 Houston 71 68 511 16 San Francisco 64 76 457 San Diego 51 90 362 37 TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Demery (6 4) at Chicago Stone (6-5) Los Angeies Zahn (2-4) at Atlanta Capra (13-7) San Diego Frieselben (9-10) at Cincinnati Norrnan (10-11) Montreal Blair (8-6) at New York Sadecki (7 7) Philadelphia Lonborg (14 Louis Curtis (8-12) San Francisco Montefusco (1-0) at Houston Roberts (9-11) SUNDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles 7 Cincinnati 4 Pittsburgh 8 Montreal 2 Atlanta 5 San Francisco 3 New York 5 St Louis 3 Houston 3 San Diego 2 Philadelphia 11 Chicago 10 SATURDAY'S RESULTS San Diego 8 Houston 4 Chicago 3 Philadelphia 0 Cincinnati 7 Los Angeles 5 St Louis 2 New York 1 Pittsburgh 6 Montreal 5 San Francisco 6 Atlanta 0 FOOTBALL EFC W L F A Pit Montreal 6 2 181 119 12 Hamilton 4 4 120 145 8 Toronto 3 5 130 161 6 Ottawa 3 5 112 132 6 SCORING LEADERS EFC TD C FGS Sunter H 0 8 20 4 72 Sweet M 0 16 16 4 68 Organ O 0 6 18 4 64 Andrusyshyn T 0 10 15 7 62 Rodgers M 8 0 0 0 48 Muller T 4 0 0 0 24 Nixon 0 4 0 0 0 24 DallaRiva M 3 0 0 0 18 Allen T 3 0 0 0 18 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Edmonton 5 2 0 156 82 10 Sask 5 3 0 158 146 10 BC 4 3 0 137 130 8 Winnipeg 3 4 o 112 164 6 Calgary 1 6 0 118 146 2 SCORING LEADERS WFC TD C FGS Pts Cutler E 0 15 13 5 59 MacMillan BC 0 11 10 10 51 Berg S 0 18 8 2 44 Robinson C 0 8 7 4 33 MCKee W 0 9 6 5 32 Harris BC 5 0 0 0 30 Thompson S 4 0 0 0 24 Thomas C 4 0 0 0 24 Young B C 4 0 0 0 24 Warrmgton E 4 0 0 0 24 Scott W 4 0 0 0 24 Bledsoe W 4 0 0 0 24 Mazurak S 4 0 0 0 24 HAMILTON 16 OTTAWA 10 Ham Olt First downs 10 17 Yards rushing 42 53 Yards passing 280 297 Net offence 247 312 Passes made-tried 18 29 20-41 Interceptions 5 1 12-43 9 39 00 1-1 7-37 7-59 SASKATCHEWAN 38 B C 16 Sask BC First downs 20 19 Yards rushing 158 182 Yards passing 235 169 Net offence 393 329 Passes made-tried 18-30 12-24 Interceptions 4 3 6-39 5 36 1-1 1-0 7-69 6 50 MONTREAL 38 TORONTO 6 Tor. MU First downs 7 16 Yards rushing 84 t27 Yards passing 83 178 Net offence 111 297 Passes made tried 7-19 12-22 Interception- 1 2 13-46 10-36 22 1-1 5-55 4-37 EDMONTON 24 WINNIPEG 2 Edm. Wpg. First downs 25 7 Yards rushing 251 103 Yards passing '85 71 Net offence 436 104 Passes made-lned 16-24 5 11 interceptions 1 0 J1-4 5 34-44 1-1 0-0 7-25 8-34 AMERICAN QBL New 5V4 7 9V4 Kansas 9 10 25 TODAY'S GAMES Texas Brown (11-11) and Hands (4-5) at California Figueroa (2-7) and Lockwood (2-5) Detroit Holdsworth (0-3) or Lollch (16-17) at Cleveland Bosman (5-3) New York Medich (17-12) at Boston Moret (7 8) Chicago Johnson (7-3) at Minnesota Albury (6-8) Baltimore Cuellar (18-10) at Milwaukee Kobel (6 12) Kansas City Busby (19-13) and Sphttorfl (13-15) at Oakland Hunter (22-10) and Blue (14-14) SUNDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 7 Baltimore 4 Boston 8 Milwaukee 6 Detroit 11 New York 3 Minnesota 8 Kansas City 4 Texas 5 Oakland 1 Chicago 1 California 0 SATURDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 3 Cleveland 2 Boston 4 Milwaukee 3 Texas 8 Oakland 2 Kansas City 1 Minnesota 0 California 3 Chicago 1 Detroit 8-0 New York 3-1 WEEKEND FOOTBALL SUNDAY CFL Montreal 38 Toronto 6 Edmonton 24 Winnipeg 2 NFL Exhibition Atlanta 20 Denver 14 Los Angeles 17 San Francisco 7 New England 27 Philadelphia 17 Intercollegiate Exhibition Manitoba 28 Western 14 SATURDAY CFL Hamilton 16 Ottawa 10 Saskatchewan 38 British Columbia 16 WFL Birmingham 41 Chicago 40 Memphis 45 Houston 0 NFL Exhibition Oakland 31 New York Jets 6 Miami 30 Chicago 7 Detroit 21 Cleveland 7 New Orleans 24 Houston 16 Minnesota 42 San Diego 0 US College Arizona State 30 Houston 9 UCLA 17 Tennessee 17 Michigan Tech 15 Northwood Mich 13 Memphis State 16 Louisville 10 Syracuse 23 Oregon State 15 North Carolina State 33 Wake Forest 15 Richmond 14 Villanova 13 North Dakota 3 Nebraska Omaha 0 Tennessee Tech 17 South Dakota 13 Intercollegiate Saskatchewan 63 UBC 0 Exhibition McGill 24 Carleton 17 NFL Final Exhibition American Conference Eastern Division W L T F A Pet Miami 4 2 0 143 96 667 N England 4 2 0 105 98 667 Buffalo 4 3 0 141 129 571 NY Jets 2 4 0 101 122 333 Baltimore 1 4 0 69 59 200 Central Division Pitts 6 0 0 188 99 1 000 Cincinnati 4 2 0 135 102 667 Houston 3 2 0 136 83 500 Cleveland 2 4 0 90 139 333 Western Division Oakland 5 1 0 161 83 833 Denver 4 2 0 128 127 667 KC 3 3 0 130 153 500 San Diego 2 4 0 84 163 333 Pet 500 429 333 333 333 667 600 333 .200 833 667 .500 000 Eastern W L Dal'as 3 3 St Louis 3 4 NYGianis 2 4 Phila 2 4 Wash 2 4 Central GrnBay 4 2 Minnesota 3 2 Defroi! 2 4 Chicago 1 4 Weef ei n LA 5 1 Atlanta a 2 N Orleans 3 3 San Fran 0 6 Division T F A 0 86 1J9 0 112 112 0 94 99 0 124 153 0 80 129 Division 0 106 99 0 118 71 0 70 126 0 78 133 Division 0 166 86 0 99 75 0 94 108 0 62 114 Men's champion Biaise Szeikely of Trail, B.C. won the men's singles title. LETHBRIDGE Y's MEN'S NATIVE SONS HOCKEY CLUB TRAINING CAMP OPENS Monday, Sept. P.M. Henderson Part _. ntre ;