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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, September II, BALL CARRIER FEELS BULLDOG BITE The boll carrier was all alone Friday evening as the Southern Alberta High School Football League opened at Henderson Park. Four Winslon Churchill Bulldogs made the McCoy ivius Gas Cily encounter slop on the Lelhbridge Collegiate Rams ball carrier wilh even more help on Ihe way. Rams won Ihe league's first game 10-7 with a fourlh- quarter comeback. L.C.I. Rams survive early Bulldog bite By LLOYD Herald Sporls Writer A bulldog took a bile of a rain, but (he veteran ram bal- lercd Ins way back for a vic- Tliis was ilic case in tin? Southern Alberta High School Fcr.Iball League openrr as (he Defending champion LCI Rams fcimhl back before l.-'iCti hysLnr- spectators lo crige the Cluirchill Bulldogs 10-7 Fri- day night. The always powerful Ranis faced a young, determined Bull- dog squad on the Henderson ball park turf and found Uicm- seh'cs a [Ler I u o mis- lakes. The first mislakr vhen BrenL Hamilton Terry Pocza'.s kick after a bad snap, leaving the Bulldogs with possessfon of the ball on llieir 2-1 yard line. Bulldog's quarterback Ken Nakama pushed tliem closer lo canning ibe twice for live yards and firing a pass lo end Ceril PaLson for another seven. With the ball sitting on the Ram's 13-yard line, the Rams made their second niiscuc with a pass interference call on the las; play of Hie quarter. The clubs exchanged ends, but Hie ball was moved lo the yard line with a first and goal lo go situation. Half hack PCUR NVikpma pick- ed up two yards on Lhe fir.sl play of llic second quarter an incomplete pass -was thrown on the second. i With a third down and four I yards lo go lo pay-dirt Ken Nakama called a keeper and lore around left end ontlegging hi? tacklcrs for the six points. Patson's convert aLlcmpL was I gond giving the Bulldogs a 7-0 lead. j Trailing by a cnnvcrled loncli- down, Ihe Hams foughl back (nt-sptralcly finally clicking on j Pncxa's field gual fron: 30 yards out. i Two plays later Ihe pun sounded to end the first half. Both clubs came out for the final lialf of play a little siale as they failed to muster up a potent offence. After a scoreless lliird quar- ter, Ihe Rams finally jelled mid- May through Ihe final quarter and marched 60 yards for Ihe victory margin. The Rams picked up four straight first downs on (wo pass plays and hvn long pains j by fullback Terry Xorth. Corby Pankhuisl capped the mnrch with a 10-yard i gallop unmolested through the I middle. Thornloti back on it was nice while it lasted 15y CANADIAN PHESS Dicl; Thornton, a capable dc- Fcnsnc back who has long as- pired to play offence, got his chance this season when he beat out two top receivers uilh To- ronto Argonauts. LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st p.m. ADAMS ICE CENTRE All those inleresled are asked lo allend ihis meeting for election of execujivc, etc. REGISTRATION OF BOYS Wishing to play 'n the Lelhbridge Minor Hockey Association will commence Mon., Sept. 13th p.m. Adams Ice Centre I Bn( Sunday, when (lie Argo- nauls meet HamilLon Tigei'-Cals I in a return engagement at the i Canadian National Exhibilion i Stadium in an Eastern Foothall j Conference pame, Thornton will be returning to defence Irccruise of a trarie. Ihe Argos made ear- lier in week. Toronto traded all-star cov- nerback Jim Tomlin to British Columbia Lions of the Western i Conference for future considera- I lions and Tomlin's place will be j taken Sunday by Lhe versatile Thornton, who in his 11 seasons in the Canadian Football League with Winnipeg Blue B o jn b o r s and Toronto has played mostly on defence. In the oilier weekend panic, Oltaua Hough Riders will be out to prove that their 40-17 whipping of Montreal Aloueltcs last ilbnday night was no fluke. The two teams play Saturday j night in Montreal in a game to 1 he televised on (he CBC eastern network at 8 p.rr. Thornton's .shift back to de- fence came after a seven-game stint as a wide receiver. How- ever, he says he expects to play some offence too. PREVENT BATTERY FAILURE BEFORE IT HAPPENS! Now'i the time lo install your International Harvester battery before the cold weather SDts in. 6 Volt Batteries On all popular makes .99 Reg. 30.75. Now Only 19 12 Volt Batteries s an ,06 For Chev. Dodge GM Cars and '7 ton irucks Reg. 32.45. Now Only 21 Similar savings on all popular group sizes H INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drivo, Lclhbriclga Phono 327-3125 L, ''I wailed in years lo of- fence full-lime." Thornton said. "I asked for (he chance Ihis year, got it, and then won the job over an all-Canadian re- ceiver (Jnn Thorpe now v, ilh Winnipeg) and a 12-yeiir et- eran of pro hall (Tommy Bland who was cut by Argosi. "I haven't dropped a pass in seven games (catching 10) and I've taken considerable pride in blocking." Thornton's shift will not he Ihe only change in Argos' lineup Sunday. Ed Harrington, sus- pended when he refused to play with a leg injury, will be in uni- form. He is a defensive cud Inil he also plays guard. Wide receiver Jim Henderson, returned Co the lineup after being a injury reserve list, will see action. To make room for Henderson. Gerry Sternherg was placed on waivers. The Ticats also may make some lineup changes. Running back Dave Buchanan and Gene Moore have been out since Thursday and one of them is expected to be signed. Import, back Frank who scored a touchdown in Hamilton's win against Argos on Labor Day, has been released. The Ticats also "have sprinter Tomrrje Smith in camp for a trial but it is not expected he will be available for Lhe game Sunday. Pocza came through again and booted the extra point. The Bulldogs had a few more chances to regain the lead, but failed to utilize their opportuni- ties. It wasn't a complete loss For the Bulldogs though, as they j gained a moral victory. C o a c li Pete Ncufeldt was more t-llun impressed with his I club. "We're a young cluh. and are bound to make mistakes. We just made Ihcm at the wrong lime and you can't do thai against League action will resume lo- nighl as the Medicine Hat Crcs- ccnl Heights crew will travel to Lelhbridge for a game against last year's pennant Catholic Central Cougars. This will their first games of the 1071 schedule. Game is .sel for p.m. at the Henderson ball park. Meanwhile, in Medicine Hat Neil Boy.ak scrambled lo two second half touchdowns to give the McCoy Colts an 18-7 vic- tory over Lhe Medicine Hat High Mohawks last night. This season the Colls, Mr> h a w k s and the Crescent Heights High have joined with the three Lutbridgc clubs to form a six-team loaguo. Tne defending Eastern Nine Football Conference champion Colls trailed 7-6 at half time, but Bozak's two six pointers proved lo be the difference. Morley ArnoU notched I h e other ColLs touchdown earlier in the conical. Brian Meier scored Uic lone Mohawk touchdown. CHALK TALK The Bulldogs had their hands full with Ram's fullback Terry Kcrth with is [wwerful runs It's early in ihc season and the players should start to come around, that goes for the offi- cials loo Greg Hamilton, the Lough Bulldog's middle line- backer is still the key to their defence. He was getting a lot of help last night from brother Brent Ram's coach Jim WhiLelaw still has the knack lo break the game apart. He's a mastermind at finding mistakes. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MON., SEPT. 13 P.M. BLACK ANGUS CAMPBELL vs CARLOS BELAFONTE TOMASSO BLACK vs BABIC MARTEL QUINN vs AN5ON VON HESS vs JOVICA HAYES vs MEDRANO BUTCHER vs GAYLORD Box Office opens 7 p.m. WATCH STAMPEDE WRESTLING ON CJOC-TV Shuffled Lions line-up could stir Stampeders By TIM! CANADIAN PRESS Another shuffled British Col- umhia Lions lineup will head nto Western Football Confer- ence play this weekend with a ?ame against leading Calgary Stampcdcrs at Vancouver's Em- pire Stadium Sunday. Eagle Keys, who has coached the Lions to three wins in seven starts, has been juggling quart- erbacks all week. He still hasn't said whether rookie Don Moor- head or reactivated Tom Wilkin- son will start against Ihe Slam- peders. Don Jonas, leading Western Conference passer, will be at the controls for Winnipeg when the Blue Bombers entertain last place Edmonton Eskimos today. Both Jonas and Wilkinson were cast off when Toronto Ar- gonauts signed up their signal- calling team of Greg Barton and Joe Theismann. Jonas has been starting regularly for the Esliimor but Wilkinson has been sidelined al season with a shoulder injury. Wilkinson says the shoulder has healed and "whatever pain .here is is just thinking about I." MOOTUIEAD LOOKED GOOD But Keys could give the nod to Moorhead. He was the team's most consistent quarterback in Lions' 35-14 loss lo Saskatche- wan Roughriders on Labor Day, ''and maybe the other players will play better because Moor- head's a rookie." Three-year veteran Paul Brothers was released earlier this week. B.C.'s newest acquisition is 'lanker Brian Kelsey, Kelsey, i-foot-1 and 205 pounds, was claimed from Montreal Al- ouettes on waivers Friday after :he Alouettes managed to sign United States world class sprinter John Carlos (a a con- tract. "Kelsey won't lie doing much on Sunday because he won't lave had time to pick up our said Keys. Lions re- eased ex-Alouefte defensive tackle Bruce Taupier to make room for Kelsey. Taupier was placed on waivers without right Lo recall. The newly acquired Kelsey will enter the line-up as defen- IOC accept first stage MUNICH (OPT The cxocu- ;ive board of the Inlernalional Olympic Committee accepted a recommendation Friday that Rhodesia be allowed lo compete at next year's Munich Olympics only under the British flag. The recommendation, which came from Ihe permanent gen- eral assembly of national Olym- pic committees at its meeting iere this week, now will be sub- mitted lo the IOC congress at "riixembourg next week. A very Brundage IOC presi- dent, told a news conference the ''Rhodesian problem seems lo liave been very happily solved He said: "The invitation Lo Rhodesia will be modified by .he necessity of their appearing iere wilh the same flag and ivmn which existed in 19G4 when they last participated." One year after the James, the then British colony of Rhodesia declared itself inde- >endent and now has its own lag without the Union Jack in the upper left hand corner. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. APPOINTMENT JIM CAMPBELL Mr. lorry Phiflipi, manager of United Motors Is pleased to announce the ad- dition of Mr. Jim Campbell to thoir sales stalF. Jim recently came from Manitoba where hu was an oil distributor. He is a mar- icd mon with 0 children and i member ol the Masonic Lodgo, sive back. Tomlin takes over fro-M Wayne Matherne, who moves to offensive halfback. beers two weeks ago in Edmon- ton. Coach Ray Jauch plans no line-up changes since the team Calgary, with a six-one record j lias "no injuries Lo speak of." and a rock-hard defence that Second-year man Larry Law- has buckled only once this sea- j rcnce will he starting quarter- son, will Ix; going with a slightly back for the fourth consecutive bruised version of the line-up game. The Bombers are heallhy and rested afler a 10-day layoff with only import linebacker Carl (hat defeated Eskimos 23-7 in Calgary's last outing Labor Day- Fullback Hugh McKinnis has Crcncll a doubtful starter. a pinched nerve in his neck and I wear a special collar, while quarterback Jerry Keeling has been taking cortisone shots for a bad shoulder. At Winnipeg, Uie Eskimos will be trying to avenge a 40-31 beat- ing at the hands of the Bom- The Winnipeg-Edmonton game, which begins at 8 p.m. MST Saturday, will be carried on 'he CBC-TV western nel- w o r k. The Lions-Sbampeder game will be on the CTV west- ern network beginning at 2 p.m. MST Sunday. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE Pillsburgh St. Louis New York Los Angeles Allania Cincinnali Houslcn San Diego w u per. GBL 67 50 .600 Bl 63 .543 73 6? .514 12V2 73 70 .510 13 6? 79 AAQ 33 59 65 .110 Wesl a? 6? 569 .5-15 72 .503 75 ..186 74 MBA 91 .372 TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Briies (6-3) fll Montreal McAnally (B-10) Philadelphia Fryman (10-5) flt York Seaver (17-B) H 51. Louis REUSE 11412) al Chlcage Pizzaro (5.5) or Hands San Francisco Cumberland or Carrithers (J-2) al Atlanta Kclley (B-5) N Houston Richard (10) at Cincinnali GHmsley {9-Si N FRIDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 300 KC 120 B IS 1 Chicago 010 021 120 7 11 l Carlton, Liruy (7) Shaw (8) Wil- liams (2-0) (11) and Simmons; Jen- kins, Gura (0) Regan (B) Col born (0-1) (10) and Fernandez. HRs: Chi-Fer- nandcz- (l) Santo Pilliburgh 000 HO 1D1 J B 1 Montreal 010 000 021 3 15 1 Johnson, Miller (8) Veale (9) Giusli (5-6) (9) and Sanguillen; Stoneman, Marshall (B) Slrohmayer (7-5) (111 and Bateman, Boccabslla HR: Pgh -Oliver Houslon mn 000 1 10 2 Cincinnati 010 000 020 and Edwards; Me Merrill (5) Granger Baltimore Delroii Boston Now York Washlnqlon Oakland Kansas C'ly California Chicago Minnesota Milwaukee W L Pel. GBL BB 51 .633 79 64 .552 11 ..76 69 .52J 15 71 72 .497 IP 5B BS .406 32 91 S! .634 77 66 .538 4B 76 .47? 67 76 .469 _. 65 76 .461 !5 61 82 30 TODAY'S GAMES Minnesota Corbin (7-10) al Oakland Dobson OS-d) Krausse (6-7) el Califor- nia Wright (1JM) N Chicago John a( Kansas Clly Hedlund (13-7) N Boston Culp (14-14) at Delroll Cole- man (16-3) New York Keklch (9-7) at Cleveland Hand (3-d) Washington Gogolewski (J-4) al Bal- timore Dobson (17-7) N ESULT5 110 000 1 S 1 Billincjham ffl-l Gltfhltn (7 12) 19) Dnd Bench, Philadelphia York 001 3 9 3 010 4 fl 1 Wise (U-13) Lcrsch (7) and McCar- cr; Koosman (6 9) Frisella (9) and Grole. HR: San Francisco 031 ODD 000 11-5 42 Atlanta ODD OMI 020 7 13 2 Perry. Hamilton Johnson (12-6) (9) and Dielz, Gibson Niekro. Jar- vis (7) Nash (9-7) (ID) and Williams. HRs- ia ml H. Aaron Los Angeles 200 OW 004- t 13 1 San Diego 000 010 111 SuMo'i, Brewer (6-5) (B) and Haller, Ferguson Roberts, Acos'a (12) (B) Kelley (9) Severinsen (9) Cal.d well m and Bsrlon, Kendall LEAGUE LEADERS FRIDAY'S I Wasninglon Baltimore .301 Old 7 12 2 Bosman (U-4) Cox (ft) and Casan- ova; Cuellar (18-8) and Hendrkks. HR. Bal-F. Robinson Oil ODO 3 4 1 California 100 310 7 13 0 Lockwcod (9-13) Bell (5) Slalon (7) Lopoi (B) Hannan (B) and Mcssersmilh (16-13) and Torborg. HR: Gardens! Minnesota 400 OH 483 Oakland OH 101 5 7 I Blyleven, Haydel (3-2) (6) and Rool; Odom, Knowles Fingers Lock- er (5-1) O) and Tenacc. HRs: Killebrcw Oak Epstein (17J. Boston OJ'J Oil 6 10 0 Detroit MO DM 1 3 1 Petpr-i (U-10) and Josephson; Lo- lich 123-11) Tlmmcrman (6) Whillocfc (7) Perranoski (9) and Frcehan. HRs: Bos-Petrocelli (23) Conigliaro (11) Josephson Brown Chicago 100 1 4 1 Kansas Cily 003 003 t 1 1 Bradioy (1313) Forsler (6) Eddy (7) Kealey (8) and Eyan, Splitlorfr (fl-7) and KirKpalrick. HRs Melton LEAGUE LEADERS AB 71 161 H Pel SIL 5i Clemente. Pgh Beckel ,Chi Can, All SanuulMen, Pgh C. Jones NY, 57? R H Pet 66 207 .366 78 167 .3.18 BO 113 .342 93 190 .33? 57 IS? 396 60 (51 B5 14J .325 IU 1B1 .322 75 174 .318 74 17fl .312 Home runs; slargell, PIHsburph, 4J; Aaron, 40. Runs balled in: Torre, 125; Star- gell. 119. 'ling U decisions: Gulletl, Cln- i, 15-5, .750 McGraw, New York, 11-4, .733. 577 .555 fl6 1SB J22 73 133 B7 160 .309 75 156 .309 fl6 174 .202 56 124 .300 79 165 .295 -17 130 .293 42 127 !92 nil, 30; Mel- ok, StL M Alou, SIL Davis, LA 562 W7 OliVfl, Min I Murccr, NY Rellenmund, E Carew, Minn Oils, KC KC R. smilh, Bos Relcharcll, Chi W. Morion, Del J1! Home runs: Cash, Di 1 Ion, Chicago, 29. Runs batted in: Killebrew, Minne- sota, 109; Bando. Oakland. 87. i Pilching H decisions: McNally, Bal- I Mmore, 18-4, .BIB; C. Dobson, Oakland, 15 i, .7BP. 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