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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Stewart assured of spot at starting line Sunday TORONTO (CP) It coiild be a contest between the standard V-B engines anil the 12-cylinder power plants when the Grand Prix of Canada for Formula I cars gels away at Mosport Park next Sunday. Organizers for Uie race, 10th of a series of 11 events in the round-the-worlc contest for the worid driver's championship, announced Mon- day 26 Formula I pilots will go after the money, But only 24 will be allowed on the grid for the standing start in the 200-mile run over the 2.i6- mile Mosport road track. Twen- Lions, Bombers break loose High scoring games were the call of the day as 500 fans took in two Lethbridge Minor Foot- ball League games at Hender- son Monday night. The Lions, who were shelled 31-0 by the defending champion Eskimos last Wednesday re- bounded with an explosive 26-0 Race results CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park race results Monday. First s 3 year olds, 7 furlongs Tola Nymph (Hedge) 5.4) 3-60 1 Foot Trade (McCauley) 3.10 Kaps Call (Shields) 3.90 Time Bhai Force, Yousweeplndoll, Ber- Bundy Lass, Flocl Nickel. Bomb StrjK- er also ran. Second 11.500, t year oldi and up, VA miles Fast Friday (McCauley) 3.60 4.30 3.50 Skipper Tan (Rycrott) 12.30 6.10 Tidal Breeze (Perry) 7.SO Time 3-3 Bum Money, Tiger Tuff, Tom's Award, Finagle, Sickles, Queen also DAILY DOUBLE (10.40 Tlilrd two year 7 furlonas Kathy'B County (Hedge} 26.90 1UQ Barb's Luck (Kipling) J.70 3.M Spec Tee fJackowIakJ 4.00 Time 3-5 Paddy O'War, Gay Grin, We Were Rlghf, Cameo Cap, Justin's Prince elao ran QUINELLA HF.TO Fourth 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Explorale (Hunt) 740 4.30 3.30 Ballk Match (SMelds) 6.90 3-30 victory over the Stampeders. After a scoreless first quarter Greg Martin gave the Lions their first points of the evening breaking loose for a touchdown. The Lions, after missing the convert attempt came back with two more points after gain, ing a safety touch. With the score 8-0 Bob Miles increased the leads to 14-0 in the third quarter when he re- covered a fumble on the Stamp's 25 yard line. Mike Boychuck and Derek Redman topped it all off with a touchdown apiece in the final quarter of play. Meanwhile in the second en- counter of the evening the Cardston St. Mary's club were hammered 44-0 by the Bombers in their league debut. The St. Mary's squad pined the Lethbridge League making it a five-team league this sea- son. The Bombers were never Racerfflc 3.10 Time 2-5 Madam Judge, Winning Glen Duchesj Nan, Brazen Bully aljo ran fun S7.500, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs Bandit's Jewell (McCnuley) 4.20 3.10 S.50 (Kipling) 5.40 3.40 Beauco (Bllllngsley) 3.10 Time 3-5 Speeds Beauly, Reverse Current, Eats Last, Gala Path, Carouler also EXACTOR 117.10 Sixth S5.000, claiming, 4 year olds and UD, 7 furlongs Curra Tip (Brock) 5.20 3.30 3.70 Vail Opportunlly (Norrls) 3.30 2.30 Northern Mission (Whittle) 2.M Time 1-5 Nova Fols, Destiny's Favour alto Seventh 11.700, handicap, 7 furlonql Dark secret (Norrls) n 60 J.30 -un Cindy's Slsler (Parsons) 4.70 3.1J Johnny N Joe (McCauley) 3.30 Time Mighty Hawk, Penlcllllum, Dirk Stars Girl, Ky Quill also ran Eighth 11.400 claiming, 4 year ofds and up, 7 lurlongs Same Affair (Parsons) 4.50 2.90 Cumloops (Norrls) 7.SO 3.40 Silver Dandy (Hedge) 3.3Q Time 4-5 Smouldering Embers, Miss Kaysue- con. Mister Rldcabout, Chalco Jack.' The Iron Girl also ran OUINGLLA ISS.fB faced with the threat of losing they maintained quarter leads of 6-0, 25-0 and 38-0. Angelo Vianl and Dale Slaus. er were the two top players for the Bombers as they rambled tor three touchdowns apiece. Viani picked up two long touchdowns, racing from 22 yards out one occasion and 56 Cards on another. Slauser also broke loose for 40 and 52 yard six-pointers. Dave Jackson raced for pay- dirt successfully for the other touchdown while John McLaugh- lon went 2-7 on convert at- tempts. It should also be noted that the St. Mary's club has prac- -tised for only one week and show signs of becoming stronger as the season rolls along. Coach Godfrey Weasel Head has some fine prospects in the likes of Warner Mamv Bears, Danny FOT, Mike OK and Rex Davie. Hoop meeting this Thursday The Lethbridge Men's Bas- ketball League will be holdin its second meeting of the year this Thursday evening. The meeting, is set for Hoom 3 of the Civc Centre at Last year's executive urge, everyone interested in takin part in the league this year ti please attend this importan meeting. ty-lwo drivers have been as- sured of places but four reserve entries will have to qualify for the remaining spots. Assured of a place Is Scots- man Jackie Stewart, who wrapped up the world champi- onship Aug. i after five victo- ries in his British Tyrrell-Ford. Also assured of places are the ]3 drivers behind Stewart in world standings who have s mathematical chance of becom- ing runner-up as result of the Canadian event and the United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, N.Y. Oct. 3. HAS BIG LEAD Going into next Sunday's race, the Scotsman has 51 I points are awarded on a 9-6-4-3-2-1 basis [or the fir't six places in each race. Far 'hind him is Bonnie Peterson of Sweden whose March-Ford helped him amass 23 points. In third place is Jacky Iclot of Belgium, winner of the last two Canadian events, with 19 points. Emerson Fittipaldi of Brazil in a British Lotas-Ford and Frenchman Francois Cevert in Tyrrell-Ford are tied for fourth place with 16 points each. As American racing driver Mario Andretli put it Monday, motor racing now is BO competi- tive that eight or 10 drivers will qualify within seven-tenths sec- onds of each other. So the con- test over the hilly, twisting Mos- port circuit could be between the V-B and IB-cylinder- power plants. The year 1971 was to have been the year of the 12 but Stewart, with a British-tuned Ford V-8 at his back, left the pack behind in five races. Ferrari, which this year sports an unique flat 12, won in two GPs. BHM of Britain, with V-12s, also won two, 17 HAVE V-8S In Sunday's race, 17 cars will 36 V-8 powered while there will je nine 12-cylinder machines, Jiree Ferraris, four BRMs and two French Matra-Simcas. As Andretti said at his Mon- day news conference, the Fer- rari engine is "very strong at 500 Is a lot of horsepower for a three-litre engine." The Federation Internationale d'Automobile, world molorsport authority, limits the Formula I engine to three little more than half the size of the motor in the average family car. Three former world champi- ons are entered in Sunday's race. Graham Hill of Britain, who won it in and 1968, will drive a Brabham with a Ford V-8. New Zealander Denis Hulme, 1967 titlist, will drive a Ford-powered McLaren. Briton John Surlees, 1964 champ, will drive a Ford-powered car of his own design. Discover the touch of excellence (Solden Wedding A mellow marriage of our finest whiskies Available in J2 and 25 oz. sizes A prestige product o( Canadian Schcnley Distilleries Lid. Beliveau still plays vital role MONTREAL, (CP) Jean Beliveau, former star centre and now vice-president of pub- lic relations and corporate af- fairs for Montreal Canadians, put his uniform on again dur- ing [he weekend, but it was only for a portrait artist. Beliveau admits he t going to miss playing. He an- nounced his retirement June 9 after 18 years in the league. "Theie's no doubt I miss it because this is the first lime in 22 years that I'm not at the training he said in an interview Monday. However, when he looks at the lineup coach Scottv Bow- man has inherited from last season's Stanley Cup Champi- ons, he is confident the Cana- dicns will do well. "LOOK GOOD" "They look like a pretty goad group and Uie club ap- pears in good shape for a few years to come. As loug as a couple of rookies give us de- cent production nnd if Guy Lafleur clicks at centre the team shouldn't have too many problems." Beliveau, whose touch grey at Hie lemples and read- ing glasses give away his age of 40, is happy that Sam Pol. lock, Canadians' general man- ager, has brought him into discussions on possible trades and salary negotiations. "Before I accepted UK posi- tion I wanted to know what I going to Belivoaii said. "And now it's good to be part of everything behind Uie scenes." "Jean Beliveau isn't just icre to s.lgn autographs or nt- ond Pollock said. 'He's n vice-president nnd vilal part ot our organization. I know ho cnn contribute a lot o any decisions that have to >c lundar, Sipttmbtr 1971 THE IETHMIDOE HERALD 7 GETTING BACK INTO SHAPE Training camp brings back the clean- season muslache to fhe clippers of trainer Frank Lewis in Oltawa Mon- ihaven look. Here, Philadelphia Flyers' goalie Bruce Gamble loses his off- day where the Flyers are holding their training camp. Actually the offence is fumbling more Defences only appear to have improved TORONTO (CP) After watching Canadian Football League games during the first half of the 1871 season, the im- pression one often gels is that defensive squads are playing a more prominent role than ever before. Two Labor Day weekend games in the Eastern Confer- ence are examples. Toronto Ar- gonauts visited Hamilton Tiger- Cats that weekend and Montreal Alouettes faced the Rough Ri- ders in Ottawa. While the Argos displayed some offence, it was the Ticats who won 30-17, mainly by virtue of their defence wlu'ch inter- cepted fcur Toronto passes. At Ottawa, the Riders had al- most no offensive power but their defence, picking up six Montreal fumbles and three In- tercepted passes, provided the home fans with a 40-17 victory over the Als. However, the CFL statistics released this week, compared with those at the same time last year, give no indication of im- proved defensive play. The offensive squads of the nine CFL teams show a tend- ency this year to fumble more often. They dropped 113 fumbles this year and lost 78 of them, compared with 78 fumbles and 65 lost et the same point last year. But in interceptions, today's quarterbacks appear to have improved. There have been 129 interceptions in the 1971 season compared with 139 picked off by the same date in 1970. The reduced interception sta- tistics are even more remarka- ble in view of the fact that this year's quarterbacks have at- tempted a total of passes compared with by the same time last year. Ordinarily, the more passes thrown, the more interceptions are likely to occur, as in the case of Argonauls rookie quart- erback Joe Theismann and Montreal's Sonny Wade. Theismann leads the Eastern Earl Lunsford, now general Conference in passing yardage manager of Winnipeg Blue with from 66 completions Bombers, set thai mark in 1961 out of 128 attempts. Wade ranks with yards rushing for Cal- second with yards from 82; gaiy Slampeders. completions and 165 attempls but the pair also lead in inter- with 13 and Wade wilh 10. In the EFC rushing depart- In scoring, McQuay with seven touchdowns now is tied with team-mate Ivan MacMillan with 42 points, 10 behind EFC leader Gerry Organ of Ottawa molt, Argo halfback Leon Me- Rough Hiders. Quay continues to lead with 844 EFC LEADERS yards in 109 carries. At his av- j erage rate of 105 yards per] game, McQuay should reach the mark long before the sea-' son ends but he is still a long TO C FO I Pll way from the rushing record. single season Coffey, H Canale, M Van Ness, M Oldman, 0 CMper, 0 Svmond, T 0 1 1 1 0 "Here's the towcost way to save money on tires? "What do you figurs il would eosttoreplacs your (ront tires? Forty dollars? Fifty? Maybe more? "Well, that's how much you could save yourself by coming in for this S 5.88 wheel alignment. "You see, when your front wheels art out of alignment, tho tire (read will be scuffed in uneven patches. There may be plenty of miles lelt in the cord body and in some parts of the tread. But if you've got bald patches caused by poor wheel alignment, 1he have to be scrapped. "Protecting your tires isn't only reason to coma in for a wheel alignment. Your car will ride better. And handla better too. "Who needs a wheel alignment? does, et one time or another. Because as lime goes by, normal driving conditions put the Iront wheels out of true. "Since correct wheel alignment is so Important to you, it is also very important wno looks after if for you. think it makes sense to see the Rirjinfl System specialists at Firestone. We concentrate on this part of your car. Brakes. Shocks. Balancing. Alignment. And 1ires, of course. "As tire people, we have a very special reason to be concerned abiut your wheel alignment. "We hale to see tires wear out bcforo Iheir time. 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