Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
B THE IETIIBRIDGS HERAID Monday, Scplcrnbor 1770------------------------------------------- Gei'cla And Safeties Defeated Winnipeg skimos Triumph But Don't Gain Ground By THE CANADIAN' PUKSS Winnipeg Blue Bombers scored the only two touchdowns in hvo Western Football Confer encc games during the w.eek end, but the Bombers came ouf losers. Western Conference VJ L. T F A PI: Saskatchewan 7 2 0 205 125 V Calgary ......-S 3 0 149 102 10 B.C...........5 3 0 IBS 162 10 Edmonton ..3 6 0 122 164 Winnipeg 1 7 0 107 22 2 Eastern Conference Montreal Toronto Hamilton B.C. 16 WINNIPEG 13 First' downs Yards ruling....... Yards pa ing........ Net offence ._....... Interceptions-yards Punts-average yards Fumblss-iost Penalfies-yds TORONTO 30 OTTAWA 25 0 111 116 0 173 161 0 109 123 0 15J 170 Wpg. 9-1? 2-1S 7-44 Ott Toi 16 r 98 219 273 1S3 350 39: 12-29 13-22 2 5 8-42 8-47 First downs Yards ruihing Yards passing Net offence Passes made-trisd Interceptions Punis-average yards Fumbles-losr Penalties-toial yards EDMONTON 10 SASKATCHEWAN Sask. Edm First downs 11 V Yards rushinq 67 Si Yards passing 183 12: Net offence Interceptions-yards yards 9- Fumbl.-s Penalties yards....... MONTREAL 33 HAMILTON Hal Firs! Yards rushing Yards passing Nel offence........... Passes made-tried Interceptions-yards Punts-average yards Fumbles-losf Penalties-yards WFC LEADERS Gerela, B.C. Abendschan, S Culler, E Harrison, C Evenson, B.C. Robinson, C McKinnie, S EFC LEADERS Coffey Ham MacMillsn, Ot( Olriham, Ott Tor Symons, Tor Evanshcn, Mtt Wade, Ml! Thorpe, Tor Duncan, Mil Wellesley, ON 1 1.1.30 3 3-22 9 12-38.2 C FG S PH 11 7 .1 53 15 71 A 52 ...6 0 0 0 36 6 0 0 0 36 A 0 0 1 25 .4 0 0 0 24 Winnipeg, riddled with inju- ries, lost IG-I3 to British Colum- bia Lions at Vancouver Sunday in a game neither side seemed ready to win. The defeat left Bombers in the conference basement with the season h gone. In tlie other contest, four place Edmonton Eskimos up: conference leading Saskatcl wan Rougliriders a t I: monton Saturday. Golf's Million Dollar Winner CHOKE UP TO HIT DOWN Even short shots io the green played into the wind or through a cross-wind should be kept rather low. The reasoning is that a higher shot might be blown off line. The lower one will not be so serious- ly affected. To hit a punch-shot with any club, shorten your grip. This automat- ically cuts down on your backswing and promotes more feel and control. It also helps you keep most of your weight to the left throughout the shot... a shot which is made more the arms and shoul- ders than the body. You can move the ball back in your stance (away from the target) an inch or so, but don't over-do this. If you move it too far back, you may put too much backspinbntheshot and cause the ball to rise too much. Getyour hands a little ahead of the ball to lower the effective loft in the clubface. JWO MATT. Nw- Race Results Nicklaus Triumphs AKRON, Ohio (AP) The big guy sat there and looked embarrassed, a sheepish grin crossing his face when someone Informed him he had averaged almost a round for his six appearances in the World Series of Golf. "Is that replied Jack Nicklaus, who then shrugged. CALGARY (CP) Race results Sal. rday at Victoria Park: First claiming, 2-year-old maidens, furlongs Hopping Hope (Rasmussen) 9.30 5.00 [2.EO, Hillarious Hanna (McCauiey) 5.70 130, Giory Page (Sladnyk) 2.90. Time: 1-5 Viking Rover, Heir of Hope, Magic Dirk, Trader John, North Pride also ran. Second claiming, 3-year-olds and up. Hi miles Northern Emporor (Barroby) 8.40 4.10 3.20, Tommy's Champ (Whittle) .1.40- 3.50, Oh It's You (Wiseman) 4.90. Time: Bay Chief, Merry Sailor, Gay Rhon- da, Squib, Claymore also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S39.ll. .Third SI 600, claiming, 3 year olds. Hi miles Jean's Goldie (Wiseman) 18.20 8.80 6.60, Mister Auctioneer (Siadnyk) 7.50 4.60, More Money (McCauiey) 8.80. Time: 2-5 Eagle Ride, Tetraspeed, Vic t o r v Chaser, Sickles Queen, Fast Friday also ran. Fourth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, furlongs Jim Keete (Barroby) 7.10 3.90 2.60, River Hawk (Rasmussen) 5.70 3.00, lister Cily (Billingsley) 3.00. Time: 4-5 Kiliam, Western Runner also ran. Fifth SMOO, claiming, 3-year-olds and up 7 furlongs Mister Rldeabout (Whittle) 1J.50 7.i Blessed Hour (Wiseman) 3.90 2.9 Dark Susan (McCauiey) 3.20. Time: Terraro, Spot 0 Scotch, True Trus Noble Strange, Speedometer also rar EXACTOR: 559.90. Sixth claiming, 3-year-olds and up 7 furlongs Chuckle On (Whittle) 10.80 d.70 2.70 Polish Rod (McCauiey) 7.30 3.BO, feet Host (Cuthbertson) 2.90. Time: -1-5 Isfordem, The Iron Girl, Ky Eier nal, West Wind Gal, Prerequisite als ran. Seventh claiming 3-year-olds, 7 fui longs recious Argent (Stadnyk) 10.20 4.5 3.40, Grand stride (Whittle) 5.00 JMO "ough and Ready (Wiseman) 4.70, Time: 4-5 Mad Flapper, Mr. El Con, Feather Inn, Cum loops also ran. Eighm added, the Harvest Gold Plate 3-year-olds and up, 1% miles Major Presto (Whittle) 5.60 Wyn D'Amour (Billingsley) 5.CO 3.70 "iioux Cadet (Barroby) 4.60. Time: 45 Pebble Hill, Lohk, AIIfruf.t, Wing Footprint, Free Ground elso QUINELLA: S35.40. You know Ranchman's met Ranchman's Gin Collins last year... Now welcome back an old friend. Male by Albcnais using tlie final Alberta grown grains. (j) B.C. moved a second- place lie with Calgary Stamped- ers with their victory; penetrat- ing within tlie Winnipeg 20-yard line only that time they had to settle for a single when Ted Gerela's field goal try went wide. Larks Came Up Big By IAN MacLAINF. Canadian Press Staff Writer Coach Sam Etcheverry adde through the fourth quarter, _ y Q mr ntmrrpr. meetings to muscle work for h stumbling Montreal Alouetle last week, using powers i suggestion to revitalize th Eastern Football Conferenc club. It had the desired results. Th Als shocked Hamilton Tigei Cats 38-23 at the Autostade Sa urday night, taking revenge fo a 17-12 Labor Day loss to Ham ilton. In Toronto Sunday, tlie Argo- nauts parlayed five intercep ions into a 30-25 win over 0 tawa Rough Riders. The weekend victories lef Montreal and Toronto tied fo irst in the EFC with eigh joints each, two ahead of Ham Iton and four up on Ottawa. Etcheverry credited m o r ,eam meetings and "a lot lard work" for Montreal's vie ory. After winning their firs liree starts of the season, the Alouettes dropped their nex two. Tlie freshman coach wa: ready to try anything, including jenching his veteran quarter jack, Sonny Wade, and replac ng him with newcomer Ton; 'assender. "We did a lot of work this feek and held more meetings lian he said after Satur lay's game. "We met every da; D review our offence and ii ooks like there's nothing liki epelition, because we made ewer mistakes out there. And they did it in areas thai ave been suspeet in recenl and ackfield running. Wade go nto the lineup midway into the econd quarter and never le P- He passed for three touch- flanker Terry Evan- iien, Dick Smith and Tom Mc- ran for a fourth Dennis Duncan ran for le other two Montreal scores. eorge S'pringate was success- ul on two of five convert at- smpts. Tommy Joe Coffey, the all me points leader .in the Cana- ian Football League, was amilton's one-man scoring lachine. He collected two nichdowns, kicked a 40-yard eld goal and two converts. Ed u c h a n a n scored the other amilton touchdown. Coffey's 17-point production loved him into the EFC scor- g lead with 53 points, one lead of Ottawa's placekicking en-ager, Ivan M a c M i 11 a n. facMiilan picked up 13 points four field' goals and a con- ert in the Hough Riders' loss. John Eckrnan replaced Joe uger as the Hamilton quarter- ack in the fourth quarter after jger suffered what coach Joe estic called a jammed thumb his right hand. G c r e 1 a kicked three field goals and tta'ce singles for 12 points, extending his lead in the individual WFC scoring to 15 points over Saskatchewan's Jack Abendschan. Lions' other points came on a pair of safety of them a strange third-quarter gift from Bomber coach Jim Spavital. Spavital ordered punter Ed Ulmer to concede two which gave Lions a 9-7 lead at the Winnipeg had third down at its own six-yard line. The move was aimed at getting possession at Uie 25-yard line, but a roughing penalty against Bombers on the safety play gave them the ball at their 12V-i and they had to punt three plays later. Winnipeg led 13-10 mid-way after a touchdown by quarter back Ron Johnson, his six-yard scoring pass to end Lou Andrus and a convert by Tom Deacon. But Vic Washington, the for- mer Ottawa Rough Rider, thrilled the Empire Stadium crowd of by running back a Winnipeg kickoff 58 yards to give Lions possession at the Bombers' 35-yard line. Gerela kicked the tying field goal three plays later from 38 yards out. He added a single on a wide 35-yard attempt with less than two minutes left and Johnson was trapped for a safely on the game's third-last play to finish the scoring. Washington, who had an- nounced intentions of sitting out the option year of his Canadian Football League contract after being suspended by Ottawa, ar- rived in Vancouver a few days ago. Sunday's was his first game since undergoing off-sea- son knee surgery. He caught four passes for 4B yards. HAD BAD ANKLE Brothers completed 12 of 23 pass attempts for 135 yards and had two intercepted. Wally Ga- bler, who started at quarter- back for Winnipeg despite a bad ankle, completed three of eight and had two intercepted. John- played the entire sec- ond good on six of 10 Dasses and had two intercepted. Bombers had a total of 103 yards through the air. B.C. rushed for 228 yards and a total offence of 363 yards. Winnipeg made 162 yards on the ground for a total of 265. At Edmonton, before 19.334, Dave Cutler kicked three field goals of 39, 40 and 41 yards, and i single, to account for all of he Eskimos', points. Abend- sclian kicked field goals of 36 and 18 yards for Saskatchewan. But the glory belonged to the Dsitimo defence which stopped the powerful Riders at the Ed- monton 12-yard line in the dying minutes to preserve the victory. Saskatchewan quarterback Ron Lancaster, whose long passes to Nolan Bailey and i eorge Reed had moved the tail 73 yards to set up the cru- cial sequence, tried three passes in an attempt to score. They vere tipped away by Edmonton :efenders Dick Supuis, Doug Derseh and Jim Henshall. ANDY CAPP NONEEbT'PUSH.' (WWHIN'YBR VW3URE WE HAVE WHAT EXACTLV NOU HAVE IN MINIS': NUCLEAR PHYSICS -WHAT E AD NOTHIN' ON THE BCOKS AT THE WELL, AT LEAST YER Gathering At Meet Spectators Missed Out The Riders managed only 67 rushing, Reed making 50 if them on 15 carries. Lancaster only nine of 30 :umpleted Eskimos made only 58 yards rushing and quarterback Don rull completed 14 of 30 passes or 122 yards. He had one inter- epted. CFL action resumes Wedn.es- ay, with Calgary visiting Ham- ton Tiger-Cats in an interlock- ing game. WINNIPEG (CP) Both countries went home winners and the losers were the fans who didn't show up for the Can- ada-Norway track and field competition Saturday and Sun- day. The Norwegian men, with a one-two finish in the discus, the final event of the two-day meet, edged the Canadian men points 107-103, but life host girls gave Canada the women's title Cool temperatures and light, steady rain Saturday kept the crowd to less than SO but there were still under 100 fans oul Sunday, despite improved weather. The Canadian men had led al- most from the start, held a 54-50 margin after Saturday's events and were ahead by one point with the discus event remain- ing. Tormod Liselerud and Harald Lorentzen finished one-two in the event, giving Norway eight points to Canada's three.' Lisel- rud won with a throw of 176 feet, four inches. TRAVEL TO EDMONTON Tlie Canadian teams travel to Edmonton to meet Sweden in the second of a series of meets Tuesday and Wednesday. The three countries clash in Victoria in the final competition Oct. 19- 20. Norwegian girls won only three gold medals, two by Wenche Sorum. Miss Sorum beat Abigail Hoffman of Toronto in the 800 metres Saturday, win- ning in and came back to capture the 1500 metres Sunday in Kari Karlsen won the other commanding 41-21 points lead Saturday, winning all but one event. Miss Loverock won her first of two gold medals in live 100 metres, winning in 11.5 sec- onds. Elizabeth Damman of Kitchener, Ont., took the 110- metre hurdles in 14.2 seconds, Carol Martin of Thornhill, Ont., was the discus winner at 138 feet, 11 inches, Yvonne Saun- ders of St. Lambert, Que., eas- ily took the long jump at 19 feet, 11 Vz inches and the 4 x 400 relay team ran to victory in Canada's gold medals were won Saturday by Jerome Dray- ton of Toronto in the metres in a time of Bill Heikkila of Toronto in the jav- elin at 237 feet, Dave Steen of Toronto in the shot at 59 feet, one inch, Powell in the 400 metres in 49.0 seconds and by Francis in the 100 metres in 10.2 seconds. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Chicago "t. 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Odd Bratland nipped Mike McCann of Toronto to win the metres in and Olva Grasbakken held off George Smith of Lethbridge to take the 400-metre hurdles in 52.3 sec- onds. The only Canadian victories Sunday came in the steeplechase when Ray Varey of Hamilton, won in the 200 metres when Charles Francis of Toronto picked up his second gold medal in 21.4 seconds and the pole vault where Alan Kane of Vancouver was awarded the victory over Bruce Simpson of Toronto and Wilheim Sorteberg of Norway. All three cleared the bar at 14 feet, 5Vz inches with the placings settled on the basis of successful jumps. The Canadian women domi- nated their Scandinavian coun- terparts, winning ]0 gold med- als. Marleno Kurt of Edmonton won the shot put at 45 feet two i inches, Patti Loverock of Van- couver took the 200 metres in 23.5 seconds. Brenda Walsh of Edmonton won the 400 metres in 56.5 seconds, Valerie Peter- son of Giinli. Man., captured the javelin a throw of 148 feet, four inches and tha 4 x 100 relay team won in 46 seconds. The Canadian girls took a DRUM RENTALS .50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S, Phona 327-1056 .UNDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 301 000 4 5 1 San Diego 003 COO 570 Simpson, Washburn (3) WHcmc (5-1) Granger 18) and Bench; Kirby 10-15) Ross (9) Doyle (9) and Bsr- on, Cannizzaro HR: -os Angeles OM 100 MO S I 2 in Francisco OM 100 002 3 a 1 Vanc2f MikKelsen (4) Brewer (7-fi) (8) Lamb (10) Moellcr (ID) and Suda- kls, Torborg Bryant (5--1) John- son (10) and Dietz. HR: New York 010 ON 5 9 0 000 ODO 4 9 1 Torre, Ch. Taylor (5) 'HilgendorF (5) Briles (6) Bertaina (9) LJnzy (5-6) (11) and Simmons; Genlry, Ryan (5) Mc- Graw (6) Herbel (9-6) (12) and Grata. HRs: (14) Torre Atlanta i (11-10) Kesier (1) Priddy (7) and Didier; Wilson (10-5) Ray (9) and Howard, HRs; (6) Ra- der Pittsburgh 001 500 393 Chicago CI9 000 3 S 1 Brunei 19) and Sanguil- AMERICAN LEAGUE Easl W I Ballimore 95 New York .....31 Detroit .......75 Boston 75 Cleveland 71 Washington 68 West Minnesota .....87 Oakland .......80 California 77 Kansas Cily SB Milwaukee 55 53 Pet. i isss I .514 .531 .397 .379 .363 10 29Vs 3? len; Hands (17-13) and Hundley. Montreal 7 loo 4 7 Vukovich, Hoerner (8-5) (7) Brand (8) Wenz (8) and McCarver; Wegener, O'Donogiiue 0-2) (a) and Bateman. SATURDAY Pittsburgh 5 Chicago 4 New York 3 SI. Louis 0 Montreal 4 Philadelphia 3 San Francisco 8 Los Angeles 3 Atlanta 5 Houston 3 San Diego 4 Cincinnati I Chicago SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Oakland 101 102 III 11 0 Kansas Cily 00! 110 110 S 17 J Dobson, Fingers (6) Locker (7) Granl (6-21 (9) and Tenace Fernan- dez Rookar, Abernathv (6) Burg- mier (6-5) (9) and Kirkpatrick. HR: SECOND Oakland 070 ooo ooo 11 J Kansas Cily 103 100 030 8 14 1 Hunter, Lindfalad (7) Fingers (8) Locker (10) Lachemann (3-31 (12) and "enace; Fitzmorris, Morehead (2) Monteagudo (7) Abernalhy (8-3) (9) and Rodriguez. Milwaukee 000 OM 001- 1 8 o California 210 000 i 2 Pattin (12-12) Sanders (7) and Root; Murphy (14-12) Laroche (8) Queen and Azcue. Chicago .000 071 I H Minnesota 122 000 7 13 Z Crider (7-4) (3) Horien (5) Wood (9) and Herrmann; Perry. Wil- iams (9-1) (5) Kaat (5) Perranoskl 8) and Ralliff. HR: Chi-Atorales Washington 200 500 13 I Detroit 000 000 030 Coleman (8-9) and Casanova; Kil- ;nny (7-5) McRae (4) Patlerson (7) Scherman HR: Boston 100 100 2 I 1 Ballimore 201 103 11 0 Brett (7-8) Jarbis (5) Wagner (6) Mills (7) Moret (8) and Montgomery; Cuellar (23-7) and Etchebarren. HR: New York 000 100 1 Cleveland 101 001 II 3 5 1 Stottlemyre (13-13) and Gibbs; Har- gan (9-3) Sims. 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