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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 15, 1971 WILL RUN AT COUGARS Ken Nakoma, with foot- ball, will direct the Winslon Churchill Bulldog offence Friday evening against the CaJholic Cenlra! Cougars in Southern Alberta High School Football League action at Henderson. Expected lo help Nakama carry ihe weight of fhe offence are, Jeff fo right, backfielders Bob Meyers, Gerry Card in and Brian Veres. Minor football on tonight Cougars, Bulldogs see action Ciibs officially eliminated Dodgers one back after rally By THE ASSOCIATED dangerous Willie I -anti who was, incidentally, the I manager Danny Murlaugh said Rossrio on-dcck baiter when Thomson I BUC Friday night's encounter be- tween tiie Cougars and the Bull- dogs should be a classic in ii- self. Bulldog's coach Pete N'eu- fold isn't too optimistic about i School Football League will roll can't win games without sccr-1 while Saturday two games will ing." be run-off in Medicine Hat. The affair is set to go at 8 Cresent Heights Vikings will p.m. al Henderson. The Southern Alberta High Uie outcome and is preparing his chargers more on defensive tactics than anything else. "I'm preparing our defence for the Cougar's powerful end tral Cougars will take on the defending Eastern Nine Foot- sweeps along with plays up the middle hoping to stop the Coug- ar's veleran backfield Friday night. They are a fast and physi- cally tough cluh and our task is cut out lor us.'' On the other hand, Cougar's coach Dean Dahl isn't really confident either. He feels the key lo a Cougar victory will lie in Ins club's de- tensive play rather lhan his of- fensive attack. 'T watched the Bulldogs of- fensive squad in action last Fri- day against the Rams and think (hoy have something going al- ready in the early season. If cur defensive unit can con- lain the two Nakama brothers, Ken and Doug, we should do al right. Yet we'll have to get some yardage out of our veter- ans in the backficld loo. You Five o scheduled on weekend Five teams tn the Western Eight Football Conference open- ed their 1971 league schedule with victories last weekend and hope lo keep the slate clean after this weekend. Coaldale Spartans, Pic t u r e Butlfi Elks, Raymond Comets, High River and St. Mary's Warriors stand nith a 1-0 rec- ord after the first week of ac- tion and will be out to make it 2-0 this weekend. Meanwhile Claresholm, Nan- ton, Cardston, Vulcan and Milk Biver who lost their openers wiU be out to get on the win- ners track. This weekend Nanlon i 11 host Raymond; Claresholm tra- vels to Vulcan; Coaldale enter- tains High Hiver; Picture Butle into ils second Meek cf action challenge the Mohawks while the LCI Rams will tangle willi Ihe McCoy Colts. After Ihe first week of action with a full slate o t games the Rams, the defending cham- liued-up. I pions; the Cougars, last year's Friday night the Catholic Cen- pennant winners and Ihe Colls, as the learns yet to be defeated. I up loo soon." One game separates Los An- geles Dodgers and Sun Fran- cisco Giants, and from now on. it will be up to the rest of the National league West lo decide which ol Ihem wears lire crown. Or maybe they'll still have to work it out themselves. They've had to do it in 20 in each case the Giants have come out on top. But when these two teams col- lide, it's nol jusl another game. "It was like a World Series Los Angeles manager Walter Alslon said after his scrambling, clawing Dodgers won their eighth in a row and 13th in 15 games, stunning the Gianls G-5 on Manny Mola's three-nm pinch double in the lop of the ninlh inning. WAS lilUllTH STIIAIGIIT It was also their eiglitl slraighl triumph this year over San Francisco and gave the hard-charging Dodgers the sea- son series 12-6 against the Giants, who less lhan two week? ago commanded what seemed be an all-bul-invulnerable margin before losing nine of 10. "I wasn'l said I the unemotional Alston, refer- ring to the ninth inning, when Ihe Dodgers came up Irailing 5- 3. "I've been around long I enough to know you can't give McCovey, Ihen Jimmy ran for McCovey aud'dashed lo second on a passed ball. Thai brought up Willie Mays, who was already plaving back in thai momentous 1951 play-off homered. Wilhelm struck out Mays. "Now we can start worrying about the Cards, wilh (lie Cubs tagging 21 game winner Fergu- out of the running" Pittsburgh son Jenkins ivilh his 13th Joss. BUGS beat the Cubs on Richie Hebncr's triple and a passed ball in I Lolich icins JVo. 24 Royals slow Athletics The Rams edged the B u 11- 10-7 and the Colts dropped The Dodgers didn't. They loaded the bases with noljody the Mohawks 18-7 last Friday out on singles by Duke Sims, Tvhiln Iho PniiDarc Icnnnrnfl tVip liiltn.. Dull ----1 while the Cougars trounced the Vikings Saturday. Meanwhile, the Lothbndgc Minor Football League will stage games under the lights at Henderson lonighl. The Eskimos will lake on the Winston Curcliill Bulldogs I ball League champions stand Stampedcrs at p.m. while Uie Cardston 51. Mary's Blocds will tangle with the Lions at 3 p.m. ANDY CAPP BECAUSE NEPHEW AS WELL WE'RE OFF TO BINGO, ANBY, KEEP 'IM Americans favored in Ryder Cup ST. LOUIS (AP) America's Lour-lcughened ivilh Leo Trevino ant' Billy Cas- per scheduled only for part-time I as solid favorites lo best Britain's best in the biennial Ryder Cup matches that begin a three-day run Thursday. Britain, spearheaded by Tony J a c k 1 i n and Peter Butler, scored a major upscl in when it lied the TJniled States 16-16 in Soulhpoii, England. That was the firsl time the U.S. had failed to win since 1957. The dczcn pros who make up (he Americar, team are de- pinch-hilter Bull Sudakis and Afaury Wills, setting up Mola's liner that sailed just inches over third baseman Alan Gallagher's glove, sending all three runners scurrying icross Hie plale. The two-bagger obliterated the San Francisco lead buill on Bobby Bonds' second home run of the game. H three-run blast in the seventh inning coming only minutes after Chris Speicr had hit a iolo shot which started the rally. in other Is'alional League games, Pitlsburgh Pirates beat Chicago Cubs 43 to open a game East lead over St. Louis Cardinals, who lost 5-4 to Plu'la- delphia Phillies. Atlanta Braves rode Hank Aaron's two home runs IT a 5-2 victory over Cin- cinnati Reds, Montreal Expos split a doublehcader with New York Mels, winning the opener 12-1 before losing 6-3, and San Diego Padres topped Houslon Astros 5-2. FOX DOU'XCAST "We threw everylhing we had at a downcast Gianls manager Charlie Fox mutlered. "We got five think we could get three outs in the They got double and three runs too late. "Six inches lower and we might have had a triple he said of Mota's liner. Then, his gaze turning to a defiant glare, he added: Dy TIIE ASSOCIATED PIIESS Oakland Athletics, playing il cool, can clinch the American League's West Division pennant tonight in owner Charles 0. Fin- ley's The Alhielics had a chance to wrap it all up Tuesday night in Kansas City hut Uie Royals used six innings of shulout relief pitching by rookie Monty Mont- gomery for a 2-0 win to delay the clinching. Oakland plays a twi-night doubleheadcr againsl Chicago tonight and a sweep or a split combined with a Kansas Cily loss against California would clinch tlie crown for Finley, whose insurance company is headquartered hi Chicago. Elsewhere in the American League Tuesday night, New York Red Yankees Sox 6-3, rapped Detroit Boston Tigers creased his innings pitched tolal lo a whopping total in Ihe majors since Robin Rcl> crts pitched 347 innings in 1953. The stylish left-hander got home run help from Bill Frce- han and Mickey Stanley. Aure- h'o Rodriguez and Gates Brown contributed three hits apiece for Ihe Tigers, who beat Jim Palmer, 18-B. The Yankees crept to within one game of third-place Boston in the American League East, healing Ihe Red Sox behind Mel Stotllemyre. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East belted Baltimore Orioles 6 J, Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL YOUNG ADULTS Diar Bruce Canfield 389, Darwin Bergn Romancliuk 279; Duane Spilzer 335, i Marga McLaughlin 21 Barry teaman 263; Norman I Wishnpvski 2W, Kay Gyulai 263 Linda Malcomson j Par Jarvie 259; Be NU MODE HOMES e Parascak 250, Isnb-lle 382, Chris Schulz 279, Mary 26i, Carolyn Passey 236, Cfierye Obermeyer Bev Meiei Anderson 214. Cfierye 0 124; Lynn St. Basil's soccer coulesl SL Basil's came up with tuo ;91 goals and shutout Hamilton 2-0 M in City junior high school league I travels soutli to Cardston lo soccer Tuesday nigR. take on the Warriors and tlie I Ken Stilson and Rick Smith Cardston Cougars will host the both booted in a goal eacli lo lormined it won't happen again. I The American squad is headed hy Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Trevino. Trevino, slill weak from a recent appen- dectomy, and Ca.sper, who has an injured foot, will play only once a day. "I play eilher one of tbem mere than 18 holes a Jay Hcbcrt, Ihc non-play- j ing captain of the U.S. team, [said today. "Trevino just isn't I ready to play more lhan lhat and Casper can't go more on that foot." I In addition lo Palmer, Nick- tuns, Trevino and Casper, Hc- J3B; Marie smiih j bert can select from a group made up of Masters champion 2B7 Ryn Ha 3ml recCD' Series.Of Golf us 'TanaKa 28-1? jiro I winner Charles Goody, Miller Barber. Frank Beard, 44-year- old Gardner Dickinson. Gene Littler, Mason Rudolph, J.C. Snead and Dave Stocklon. derssn 252; Lucille Earhy 241; Mvrna Olstiask'i 5J7, (6B9J; May Kolesar 240. SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Lela Ober 35fl; Jean Passey 2J4, Eillen Carter 247; Jen Heqi 32i, Isabel Barva 269; May Mans Vera Nicholls 240; Mary Ward Donna Mah 24fi, Hel 238; Rose Nui 231. Mihvaukee Brewers trimmed Chicago White Sox 54, and Cleveland Indians topped Wash- ington .Senators 3-1 in the first game of a double header. The second game was suspended after 16 imiings hy a curfew, lied at 5-5. UP FROM EBL Montgomery, making his major league debut, relieved Kansas Cily starter Paul SpliL- Lorfr in the fourth inning after Splitlbrff was struck on Llie right kneecap by a line drive. Tlie youngster, who had spent Liu's season wilh Elmira in the Eastern League, permitted Oak- only Tour hits and earned ;.he victory. Diego Segui, 9-7, was locked a scoreless duel with young Montgomery until the seventh when Amos Otis led off with a single for Kansas City. Otis slole 50th sto- en base of the season, tops in he American League n d went to third when catcher 3ave Duncan threw the ball nto centre field for an error. Then Joe Kcough singled off first baseman Mike Epstein's glove, scoring Otis. An inning later, Llio Athletics had another run wlten Bobby Kntiop singled, moved up on Montgomery's sacrifice and scored on Freddie Palek's tri- ple. IL was a bad nigbl all around for the Athletics1. Their ace left-hander, Vida Blue, now is baseball's sec ond-winn ingest Pittsburgh SI. Louis New York Chicago Montreal Phi la delphia Pel. .604 AMERICAN LEAGUE W I. B'i 66 .55-1 77 70 .524 74 73 .503 64 82 -J3S d) 87 .412 Pel. GBL .627 .HI T .510 San Francisco 83 AS .56) .55J .503 Cincin Diego TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Hands 10-lfl al New York. Koosman N 73 78 .-180 12 Monlreal McAnallv 910 pliia Fryman JO 6 N SI. Louis carllon la-B at Pil Ellis 1B-7 N Atlanta Niekro 13-12 el Houston Bill- PhilacH- Ingham a-14 N San Diego Rob-rls 12-17 al geles Sutlon 14-11 N Cincinnati McGlolhlin 7-13 Los An- Bt San pitcher after- Detroit's Mickey "We're still one oarne ahead I Lolich earned his 24Lh victory wilh 14 left to play. We're not with a six-hitter against Balti- more. Lolich turned in his 25th com- plete game of the season and in 270 (7031; Wimp NaKamura 295; Masa "osnmmon Rcsalee Sellger 73S, Carol Fuiila ?31; Sumi Medoruma 23J; Eslrid Nagala Mary Thomas 232 going to pack up and quit.'" Mota faced John Cumberland, who had jusl taken over for Jerry Johnson on the mound. "I was going to swing on the first pitch if it looked like a he said. But the game still wasn't over. Sudakis had baUed for winning reliever Joe Moeller, so somebody else had to pilch tlie bottom of the ninth. Alston railed on Hoyt Wil- helm, who was only a year away from Ihe majors when Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Gianls staged their first incredible playoff, climaxed by Bobby Thomson's home run Uiat wrote "The Miracle of Coogan's the site of the Polo Grounds, the Giants' old home. Wilhelm struck out pinch-hit- ter Fran Ilealy and got Speicr on a grounder. But he walked Loeb upset, Montreal .330 340 000-12 H T New York .000 ODD 001-1 4 1 Strohmaycr, Sfoneman Hi-N) d) and Batemai; Ryan (9-13) Taylor (2) Williams (6) and Grole Estrada HR: MH-Slaub SECOND Montreal 101 000 010- 3 S Jew York 300 110 fl 0 kililn (1-3) McGinn (2) Reed 17) md Humphrey; McAntlrew 13-5) Fris- lln (71 and Dyer. HRb; Staub NY-Kranepool Pittsburgh .002 003 7 I Chicago ..001 200 3 11 1 Johnson, Moose (10-7) (j) and Her- nandez; Jenkins (71.13) and Fernan- dez. HRs; Oliver Fer- nandez (2) Jenkins Diego .100 000 000- 5 Houslon 000 oni 01 250 Dlasingame (7) Guinn wor ied about game Milk River Ridge Riders. pace St. Basil's to victory. HORSE-SHOE TOURNAMENT SATURDAY, SEPT. 18th 11 A.M. FEE S2.00 PER PERSON MONTGOMERY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION ttib Hie. end Home Road N. W. Calgary FOR INFORMATION PHONE 288-7833 IETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st p.m. ADAMS ICE CENTRE All hhose fnloresled orft asked lo oMond I nieciing far clcclion of executive, elc. REGISTRATION OF BOYS Wishing to play in the Lelhbrjdgo Minor Hockey Association will commence Mon., Sept. 13th p.m. Adams Ice Centre Doesn't like being No. 2 Vachon has confidence L (cr> rton lien clow nol. mally I licvp he is Montreal Canadians' No. 2 goallender, slill he tries harder (o make sure he Rets a regular shot, at playing for the National Ilcckcy League j team, Last year, the 26-year-old net- minder was replaced by Ken Drytlen near the cirl of the sea- son and from the bench as the Canarjienr. won tlie Stan- Icy Cup Championship. "I hope to play at 'cast half the games this season because I know f fliu piing to ho. IIP said aflr-.r chalking up Hie first sbulout of the C.'uiadicns' Irai'iimR camp Tuesday. Vachon says he came to camp with a new attitude. "Last season f had a had rnmp and n bad start and didn't really play well unti1 a good stretch after Christmas. This time I intend lo irain well, im- prove every day and be ready U) alar! Uio season. I ''Thf Iwsl lesson 1 learned l.isf ypfir is i.dal. ymr h.ivc tft be u-orkii'K all the time in games and prarlices. You can't relax. Tl's nol. like because you are in Ihc league, you've goL it made." Vachnn, already at his play- ing weight of 161, claims to be in shape lhan ever before in his fifth year wilh Canadians. Coach Scot ty Bowman is wilh V.'iclion's work in Uio camp so far. "Vachon is a proven NHL Koalic and I'm nol. selling him he "And I'm nol, RiivpriMvl he's having fine training camp. "1 fold Hoggin before (.mining camp started thai. I don't have numbers for the goalies. If he wants (o consider himself No. 2 Ih.il's liis affair." ".lust how many games Ihc goalies split will depend of course on how the loam is' Howman added. know one thing Rogation Ho has aluviys been UIR kind of goaRender wants lo play." Bowman been pleased with the work of holdover Cana- diens and some of the lop pros- peels. The coach was most im- pressed by the work of Chuck Lcflcy, the former Canada na- tional team centre who scored Ifi goals and had 19 assists with Montrea I V o y a fi c u r s of the American Hockey fragile be- fore being injured last .season. The Canadicns have l.wo more days of work nl Ilin Irnnim lie- fore their exhibition schedule. Friday they go to Rouyn-Nor- anda, Quc., for afternoon and evening intra-squad games and return to piny Boston Bruins Saturday at the Forum. They will meet Hie Bruins and Ihc Black Hawks next Monday and Thursday in Halifax. i OTTAWA CCP) Tlie pur- chase of Toronto Argonauls by Toronto telcgran: publisher John BasseU could lead" to the downfall of the Canadian Foot- ball League, Ottawa Bough Rider ouTier David Loeb said Tuesday night, Speaking lo a B'nai B'ritli din- ner, he said lie is "not too wor- ried about the fact that the Bi- ders looked so poor in their loss at Montreal last Saturday night." "But I'm deeply concerned with the possibility that Canada may lose pro football. John Bas- sctt recently bought 99.5 per cent of Toronto Argonauts and I Mievc lie wants to bring an NFL frnncliise lo Toronto. "ffo prnlinWy feels can support two pro club1; but I sl.rongly disagree. Once an NFL learn moves into Toronto, tire CFL will be through there." BnssctL said in a Toronto in- terview last week he is not in- terested in moving into the NFL. But he said thai Montreal would interested in the United Slates Icagur once it got a new sladium, ''When that Lime comes, we'll be ready to move too." Loch said Ire sees some- en- couraging signs for Mic CFL in recent, Canadian government actions. "There were two compensat- ing and encouraging Factors in this respect, "First of all, the government supported the Canadian Fool- ball League in banning cable television of home games and 1 believe this was done lo guaran- tee Uio continuity of Canadian football, Acosla (2-3) (9-11) Splnks (1) Grifdi (9) and Edwards Philadelphia Did 000 513 SI. Louis 1DO 200 4 11 0 Wise (15-13) Shorl (7) and McCarv- er; Zachary (3-10) Taylor (2) Sanlor- ini (3) Linzy (6) Williams (fij. HR. Aiianfa .....joo 030 B 10 i Cincinnati MO POO 100- 3 10 0 Reed (13-12) UpsJiaw IB) and Wil- liams; Gulletl (15-6) Sprague (6) Wil- cox (fl) and Bench. HRs: Atl-H. Aar- on (3-41) Los Angeles 010 300 0 San Francisco 010 000 400- 571 Downing, Moeller (3-3) Wilhelm (9J and Sims, Mailer Perry, John- son (12-7) Cumberland Mc- Mahon (9) and Dietr, Gibson HRS; SF-Bonds Speicr LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. 70Te, StL 87 711 366 Clements, Pgh -190 80 16B .3-13 BecKecJ, Chi 530 BO 1B1 3-12 Garr, AH 595 ft 193 .330 C. Jones, NY 466 60 152 .336 Eonguillen, Pcjh A91 57 161 .326 H. Aaron, All AW B7 146 .323 Brock, SIL 117 IBS .371 M AlOL', 5tL 560 77 178 W. Davis, LA .578 75 ISO Home runs: Slargoll, Pittsburgh, H. Aaron, Albania, .11, Runs bailed in: Torre, St. 178; Slarqcll, Pillsburgh, 120. Filching l-i decisions: Gullett, cinnali, 15-5, .750; McGraw, York, IU, 733. Baltimore Delroil.......83 65 Boslon 76 73 New York 7a 73 ..503 17Va Washington 53 G6 .403 32 ClevelanJ 57 BS ,3P3 West Oakland 93 54 .633 Kansas Cily 79 6B .537 14 Chicago 69 76 -469 24 California 69 79 .-166 24Vi Minnesota 67 7R .462 25 MilwaLl-.ee 64 83 .435 29 TODAY'S GAMES California Messersmlffi 14-13 al Kan- sas Cily Hedlung MJ N Minnesota fllyleveft 13-15 at Mil- waukee Lockwood 9-13 N Oakland Dotsrn IS-i and Segul 9-6 al Chicago Wood 70-11 and John 11-15 TN Washlnylon McLain 9-19 at Delroil Co'emen 17-9 N I onborg 87 at Cleveland Fos- ler 7-11 H New YorK Kline 10-13 at Balflmori Cuellar IBS N TUESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST WashJnglon DM ODD 1 4 1 Cleveland 000 210 Goyole'.'J5ki 14-5) Lindolad (i) Rid. dleberger (B) find Billings; Colbert (6-4) and Fosre. HR: SECOND Washington 110 003 OOD OOD I 13 1 Cleveland 100 000 4W 000 OW 0- 5 11 1 Id Innings, curfew Eroberg, Grzenda Pins Riddleberper CM Lindblad Shellenback Thompson (16) and Billings; Dunning, Farmer Hennigan Lnmb Hargan Ballinger Paul (16) and Suarei, Fosse (fl) HR: Wash-Bllllngs (6J. New York .000 10S i 730 Boslon ......000 030 3 7 1 SloMlemyre (H-ll) and Munson; Moref (2-3J Tianl (61 Bolrn (B) and Fish. Defroil MO OW 12 1 CON 010 1 I D Lolkh (3J-11) and Freehan: Palmer (18-3) Jackson (7) Richer! (9) and ElcJiebarrcn. HRS: (20) Stanley Oakland 000 000 0 4 1 Kansas Cily 000 OOU llx- 2 7 T Segui (9-7) Locker (8) and Duncan; Spliltorfl. Monlgomcry (1-0) (4] and Kirkpalrlck. Chltago (HO flOO 000- 4 7 1 Milwaukee OD3 100 K'X-5 i 2 Bradley {13 It) Forsler (7) end (9J ar.ti Porler. HRs; May (15) Porler LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pel. Min Murcer NY Rellenmund, Bal Oils, KC Carew, Mln Rojas. KC Tovar, Min Kaline, R. Smith. Bos W. Morton, Del -135 73 86 158 .322 76 136 .'317 75 158 .307 83 163 .306 56 124 .300 87 178 .299 61 133 .298 80 147 .114 62 127 .592 Home runs: Cash, Delroil, 30; Mel- Ion, Chicago, 29; R. JacKson, Onkland, I 29. Runs bailed in: Klllebrew, Mlnneso- Louis, la. 110; Bando, Oakland, 87; F. Robin- son, Ballimore, 87 Cin- Pilchmc] IJ decisions: McWally, New Ballimore, 19-d, .826; C. Dobsm, Oak- I land, 15-rf, Available in 6 in. dia., 38 ft. length 8 in. dia., 56, 63, and 70 ft. length! DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, MAYRATH AUGERS MOVE IT FASTER AND EASIER. MAYRATH COMrrON, ILLINOIS ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES I SERVICE 40} I if Avr South Phong 337-4BB6 or M7-UU ;