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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIOGE HERAID Saturday, Soptcmbor 12, 1970 TAKES FIVE Dave Keon, centre for Toronto Maple teafs of ihe Nalional Hockey Leaaue, sits in mod splendor as he takes a break From practice to watch Tulsa Oilers of the Central league workout. Eurjuiby No Match For Leais 'Victory Was Too Easy' PORT CREDIT, Ont. (CP) Lakeshore Maple Leafs won the national Junior A lacrosse championship Friday night but the team's general manager Blue Bombers Release Pair WINNIPEG (CP) Winnipeg Blue Bombers Friday cut two players to make room for two others as they prepare for their next Western Football Confer- ence match against British Col- umbia Lions Sunday. Getting the axe were Cana- dian defensive halfback Peter Francis and import linebacker Laverle Pratt. Added to the roster were de- fensive halfbacks Bob Larose and Dana Stephenson. said he is a bit disappointed. "Taking the championship and the Minto Cup was too Boyd Baragar said, be- cause the rival Burnaby, B.C. team was no match for His play- ers. "Victory means more to you after a tough he salt following Lakeshore's four- games sweep of a best-of-seven series. "We would rather play seven games against a tougher team." The Leafs took title to coveted silver cup with a victory over their younger west- ern rivals Friday. They won the Sunday opener 22-6 and followed with 25-13 and 14-8 wins Monday and Wednesday. The B.C. team was too Baragar said, "and you FREE WHEEL PACK (PARTS EXTRA) WITH EACH FALL TUNE-UP 10 Days Only! Sept. 8th to 19th! Make Your Appointment Today With El Rancho Service 6th Ave., M.M. Drive Phone 327-5406 GET YOUR ENTRY IN NOW FOR THE COMING BOWLING SEASON, IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, AND BE READY TO START WITH THE LEAGUE OF YOUR CHOICE. REMEMBER, at Downtown Bowladroms YOU HAVE A CHOICE OF 10 PIN 5 PIN BOWLING Afternoon or evening times available for leagues, in either 5 pin or 10 pin bowling, for ladies, men, mixed or junior leagues. Like so many things, our costs have risen in the past year or to, but we are holding the line on prices to you, which remain the same as last yeor 10 Pin 5 Pin OPEN BOWIING, PER GAME........50 .40 LEAGUES, 3 GAMES 1.10 JUNIOR LEAGUES, 3 GAMES 1.00 1.00 SHOE RENTAL, lOc PAIR. BILLIARD TABLES, PER HOUR. For league entries, reservations or further information, please contact GEORGE V1CKERS, DOWNTOWN BOWLADROME South Phone 328-7122 can't beat us with a slow team." Joe Timpson was high scorer of the Leafs Friday with four goals. Brian McCutcheon, Charlie Henderson and Paul Suggate tallied two each and Dan Moher, Bill Coghill, Wayne Granger, Ron McNaughton, Bill Foote, Robbie Fatten and Mil- ton MacNeil shared the others. MeCutcheon, who scored 12 goals and 13 assists in the four games, was named most valua- ble player of the series. With fast breaks and passes, the Leafs charged into an 8-1 lead in the first period Friday, increasing their margin to 15-1 in the second. But they had trouble holding their own in the final 20 nrinutes. Ted Aitchison scored three times for the western team and Rick Ornar twice. Other goals went to Dave Dearin, Steve Matheson, Bill Longman, Brian Bergum and Doug Hayes. Clark Pulford, Leaf coach, said: "The B.C. team, would never have finished in the top five of our league. We have much stif- fer competition." Pulford said be will lose half of his players next year, among them McCutcheon, Timpson and Coghill. Taber Tourney Ready To Go TABER (HNS) The an- nual club championship tour- nament of the Taber Golf Club will be held at the Lakeside courss commencing at 9 a.m. Sunday. Competition will be 13 hole medal play to determine the club's low gross and low net champions. In addition, two rophies and consolation prize I will go to each flight winner j and rurmers-up. A junior championship match will be run off if a mini- mum of eight players register for play. Trophies will te awarded for low gross and low net winners in this division, Tlie day's competition will wind up with the popular horse race. B.C. Lions Give Tom Nellies A Five-Day Trial Must Games Facing Eskimos, Bombers By THE CANADIAN PRESS Fans who hold to the theory Dial football is played between the morale and find meat for armchair psychology in this weekend's Western Footba Conference games. Edmonton Eskimos, reportec beset by morale problems an with a 2-6 record, play host to night to Saskatchewan Rough riders, riding high with a showing. Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 1-6 injury-ridden and with home town fans wondering abou coach Jim Spavital's hardnosc approach, play in Vancouve Sunday against confident Brii ish Columbia Lions, who hold 4-3 record. Lions are holding down Ih last WFC playoff spot, tw pouits behind Calgary Stamped ers, 5-3. Edmonton and Winni peg are, therefore, facin "must" games. One Edmonton player i: quoted as saying team member: would cheerfully give apiece to play for the Lions in stead. Tom Nettles, the little 'flanks cut by Edmonton to make way 'or Jim Thomas, arrived in Vancouver Friday for a tryou iVith won't play Sun said he'd like to stay SAYS ALL TRUE Of tlie Edmonton picture, he said: "Those stories about the earn morale being low are true You just can't believe how bat t is there. "The Eskimos have changeoor blocking for a 2W3 loss to Calgary Monday, is shuffling again. He hopes to cut down Isks interception record, now 29 in eight games compared with 26 all last year. Keith Christiansen from New Means replaces Willie Young at offensive tackle. Bayne Nor- moves to offence, Terry iwarn will go at halfback anc Alan Pitcaithley replaces full- sack Dave Fahrner. Saskatchewan which stoppec Winnipeg 30-11 Monday, will tart sore-armed Eon Lancastei at quarterback and Steve Mol- nar will replace injured Bobby Thompson, out for six weeks at "lalfback. Roughies beat Edmonton 23-11 ;arlier this season. Spavital's juggling act with Winnipeg continues. John Senst akes the flanker spot of Ken ielsen, who has what the club alls "a real problem" with his leek. Ron Johnson will probably tart at quarterback, with Wally abler still nursing a bruised oot and the memory of a shout- ng match with Spavital after a ecent loss to Calgary. TWO CHANGED Spavital Friday cut import li- ebacker LaVerle Pratt and Ca- atiian defensive back Peter 'rancis. They were replaced by w o defensive backs, import lana Stephenson and Canadian iob Larosc. Lions have done a little shuf- ing too, with Vic Washington, reluctant all-Canadian who eally wants to play for San Yancisco 49ers this year, given he word to dress Sunday. If he plays, he'll have to wait ntil next year to try with 49ers. The National Football League ule is that if a player plays one ame in Canada, he can't join Nijiiisky Triumphs DONCASTER. England (AP) Nijinksy, the American- owned super horse that was bred in Canada, today won the St. Leger racing classic and stretched his unbeaten run to 11 wins in 11 starts. Nijinsky, Canadian-bred son of Northern Dancer out of Flaming Page, went lo the post at 2-to-7 odds in the race o( 1% miles plus 132 yards. Meadowvillc finished second, followed by Politico, an NFL club the same season. Washington, former Ottaw Rough Riders star, told Lion coach Jackie Parker he docsn want to play. Said Parker: 'Cats After Victory By THE CANADIAN I'llESS Hamilton Tiger-Cats will 1: shooting'for their first-ever vii tory in Montreal's Autostade tc night when they meet the homi town Alouettes in an Easter Football Conference game which both teams will be look ing for a place at the top. The teams are tied in firs place with Toronto Argonauts AH have six points, Ottaw Rough Riders, fourth team the league, are two points hind. The Ticats have played fou games at the Auloslale sine 1966 and the best they did was 21-21 tie with the Als in 1968. In 1966, when Ottawa move their EFC final game to th Montreal waterfont s t a d i u n while their own Lansdown Park was being demolishet Hamilton took a 42-16 thrashing Football was absent in 19i> during Expo 67 festivities. 1 1966, the Als moved their honi games to the Autostate fron McGill's Molson's Stadium an handed tile Ticats a 23-21 se back in addition to the tie. ALs WON In the only meeting betwee the too clubs in Montreal las year, the Alouettes ran up a 25- score. The Hamilton-Montreal mee ing is one of two EFC game this wseeknd and can be see on the CBC-TV's eastern net work starting at 8 p.m. EDT. Toronto and Ottawa renew their rivalry in Toronto Sunda in a game to be carried by th CTV's eastern network at 2 p.m EDT. Hamilton coach Joe Resti still isn't set on his stalling de fensive unit, with linebacks Bob Krouse nursing a strainec knee and cornerback Ted Pag a stiff back. Defensive half Gar ney Henley missed Thursday' workout with a virus infectio jut is expected to play. Seeing action for the firs lime in a Hamilton uniform wil be defensive halfback Pau Johnson, a recent cut from Washington Redskins of the Na tional Football League who wil replace Mac Sauls, placed on waivers after Hamilton's 17-12 win at home over the Alouettes last Monday. The Montrealers also are i u r 11 n g. Linebacker Charley Collins missed one workout dur- .ng the week because of a virus and defensive end Steve ioras was being treated for a THE FOLLOWING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT COLLEGE MERCURY Cor. 6th AVB. find 6th St. S. Tune-Up Specialists General Technician Heavy Duty Mechanic Body Man Licensed or 4th Year Apprentices May Apply. Apply: GUY PELOQUIN Service Manager Phone 327-5763 knee injury. Coach Sam Etcheverry has announced Tony Passender wil start at quarterback in place ol Sonny Wade. IS TALK The talk around Toronto this veek has been the fine and sus- jension meted out to Argo's de- ensiye end Ed Harrington after e chopped down Ottawa quart rback Gary Wood in their ame at the capital city Mem- lay. Harrington was given a one- lame suspension and a fine y the Canadian Football e a g u e commissioner, Jake G a u d a u r. Argos, fortunately ave NFL veteran Art Slrahan, a defensive end, in town for a five-day trial and he's likely to see action against Ottawa at CNE Stadium Sunday. Ottawa also has a refugee from tlie U.S. leagues to fill their import quota. Coach Jack Gotta said Friday he expects defensive half Jim Smith, late of Denver Brocos, to see lots of action against Argos. Another Smith, Wayne Smith of Halifax, will be getting a chance al tlie Rough Riders' tight end slot wlu'Ie Whit Tucker and Billy Cooper share the flanker spot. Tucker was used only briefly Monday, his first game following a knee opera- tion. he's able to play like he diet, he'll be great. It's just a chance you have to Defensive tackle Garrctt Hun- sperger came off the injured list Thursday and linebacker George Juguni was cut. Friday, Huron former Sto.mpcdcr Ray Watrin was cut. defensive hack Gerry came off the list and Lions have had a long rest since their last game which tlrey lost to Edmonton 20-9 Sept. 2. Lions clobbered Winnipeg 48- 21 earlier this season. ANDY CAPP DOESN'T COME VERV NEAR EITHER, ALICE MONEY DOESN'T GO VERY THESE bAY Directors Treated Unfairly Baker Not Too Happy EDMONTON (CP) A se ries of columns by Wayn Overland, sport columnist fo the Journal, today were scribed as being a series 'half-truths" by Jack Baker president of Edmonton Esk mos. The three-part series b Overland said the Western Football Conference team is o the verge of revolt and tha morale is at an all-time lov Basically, Overland "said, It problem with tlie club was in terference in operation of th team, by directors who wer 5ood businessmen, but wh knew little of how to run professional football team. "He (Overland) has take half-truths from two or 'thre years and put them all togetl Baker said. "As a rule do not comment on such co umns. In situations such as this quote of the late John F. Ken nedy most aptly describes in thinking. One of the greates cancers at work in our societ. :oday are those persons wh deal in half-truths and un truths'." Overland, in his first column said that after an Eskimo ex ribition loss, 47-7 to Torontt Argonauts, Baker asked gues coach Rod Dowhower to mee director Jack Agrios for an evaluation of (he situation. A h e meeting Dowhower 'launched an attack on the tac ics and capabilities of Edmon assistant coach Joe Zale ki." Of that Baker said: "I musl mblicly state that the action .ttribuled to me with respecl o these gentlemen is a com- ilele and utter falsehood." In today's column, the lasl ol h e series, Overland said ookie head coach Ray Jauch f the Eskimos is being "drag- ed down" by circumstances eyond his control. Tlie 32 year old coach, oungest in the Canadian Foot- all League, had made mis- akes in his first year, but muld be retained for another >eason. 'Half a season isn't enough o judge a coach, but SVz sea- ons is enough time to eval- ate an organization. Some- ling is wrong with Ihc Eski- 10 setup." Overland said that since the skimos began a rebuilding after hitting the skids 1962. Ihcir record of 47 wins, j losses and four lies has. been e worst in the WFC. The skimos now are in fourth ace in the five-team confer- nee with two wins and six sses and are four points be- nd third-place British Colurh- a Lions who hold lira last WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, SEPT. 14-8.30 p.m, NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH PAVE RUHl BOB SWEETAN MAN MOUNTAIN MIKE vs SWEET DADDY SIKI CHRISTY BROS. VJ URSUS and PACCHIANO BELAFONTE vs CANNON SULLIVAN vs BASIC ADMISSION BOX OFFICE OPENS 7 P.M. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJLH-TV playolf spot rath eight pouits. Tlie Eskimo coaching staff has weaknesses, says Over- land, but "what Jauch learns from tliis season of discontent will undoubtedly make him a much improved coach next ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore New YorK Boston Detroit Cleveland Washington 93 ei 75 Pet. .646 .563 .521 .514 76 M 8'A 36Vi Minnesota ......87 56 .608 Oakland .......77 65 .549 California 76 67 .531 Kansas City 5i 87 .392 Milwaukee 54 89 .378 Chicago....... 51 93 .354 TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee Krausse 12-16 al Californ- ia May 6-33 N Oakland Blue 0-0 at Kansas City Johnson 7-10 Chicago Johnson 2-5 at Minnesota ilyleven 9-6 Washington Bosman 15-10 at Detroit Lolich 12-17 New York Keklch 6-3 at Cleveland McDowell 19-10 Boston Peters 14-10 at Baltimore Phoebus 3-5 N RESULTS FRIDAY New York 000 110 12 0 Cleveland Ml 181 390 Peterson (17-101 Klimkowskl and Munson; Paul (2-5) Ritwase (6) Min- gori (S) Hiqgins (9) and Sims. HRs: Cle-HInton Boston MO 010 110 000 12 0 Ballimora 101 000 001 000 11 l Siebert Lyle (1-71 (131 and Mont, qomery; Palmer, Watt (5-7) (13) and Etchebarren. HRs: (11; (7) Powell Oakland 000 Ml 11 I Kansas City 000 oeo 0 1 3 Blue (l-o) and Tenace; Bunker (1-lq) urgmeler (8) Abernalhy (9) and Rod- riguez. Vashingtoil 010 210 480 Detroit 001 001 280 Gogolewskl (1-0) Knowles (6) pina 9) and Casanova; Niekro (12-12) Hill- T (5) Reed (7) and Lament, Mosley 9) HR: Wash-Epstein Chicago 000 000 05 1 Minnesota 200 3W ill 1 Moore (3-9) Weaver (4) Stange Wurphy (B) and Herrmann; Zepp (8- and Mitterwald. HRs: brew (41) Quillici (2) Mltlerwald Milwaukee coo 020 240 California 000 ton 1 6 1 Krausse Sanoers and Roof; Bradley K. Taium Larochc (8) and Egan, Azcuo Pittsburgh New York. Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal W 76 Pet. .531 .528 ,524 62 West 14 ZWt 36 Cincinnati 93 54 .433 Ancjcles 77 66 .538 San Frandisco 76 63 .523 Atlanta 71 75 .466 Houston 69 75 ,479 San Diego 5fi 89 .386 TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia Palmer 1-1 at Montreal Rcnko JO-10 St. Louis Reuss 5-7 at New York Mc- Andrew 9-11 Pittsburgh Moose 5-9 nt Chicago Jenkins 19-14 Atlanta Jarvis 15-12 at Houston Forsch 1-0 N Cincinnati Cloninger 7-5 at San Diego Coombs 9-11 N Los Angeles Foster 9-11 at San Fran- s Angi Pitlo crsco Pillock 4-5 RESULTS FRIDAY Philadelphia 000 000 0 2 1 Montreal 019 000 5 1 Short (8-15) and McCarver; Morton (16-1) and Bateman. St. LOUiS OK 400 S 0 New York 000 000 2 5 1 Seaver (7) Herbel (9) and Grc Gibson (21-6) and Sim- mons, Cincinnati ooo 002 220 San Diego 100 200 372 Nolan (lfi-7) and Bench; Dobson (12-14) end Barton. HR: Los Angeles 010 010 3 11 1 an Francisco 100 300 480 Sufton (1-1-12) Mlkkelsen (6) Brewer 1) and Haller; Marichal (11-10) Davi- son (7) McMahon (8) and Dtotz. Atlanta 000 060 260 Houston 100 001 370 Nash, Wllhelm (B) and Didicr; illingham (12-7) and Edwards. SPRINGFIELD KELLY SPRINGFIELD "TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" FOUR FULL PLY NYLON "PRESTIGE" 1.95 19 7.75 x 14 Whilewall Other sizes comparably low priced! INSTALLED FREE I EASY CREDIT TERMS ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 in Sooth PHon< 35J-6886 or 337-4445 ;