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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta t.tiHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, September 16, 1974 LAS VEGAS FUNTIME v days. 3 nigiiis S215.00 par double occupancy 5 dsyj. 4 nights '221.00 par parson doubla occupancy USD availabli 1 "i Vegas. Accommodation Mint Hotel. First departure- Sept. 12th, 1974. For .in.: I'ijokii'iis contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Bj The Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Loww Tth Strut Shopping Mill PIMM (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Redman right on, Colts battered Bulldogs made it look easy Saturday Touchdown jnidentified Winston Churchill Bulldog crosses the goal line Saturday night. By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer The potent passing attack of the Winston Churchill Bulldogs proved to be a lot more than Medicine Hat McCoy Colts could cope with Saturday night in Southern Alberta High School Football League action. Bulldog quarterback Derek Redman filled the Henderson Stadium air with 29 passes, completing 15 of them, in the process of leading his team- mates to a convincing 43-1 romp over the Colts. When they'd finished, the Bulldogs had racked up 326 yards in the air and another 165 on the ground for an im- pressive 491 yard total. The win ties the Bulldogs for first spot in the league's west division with Catholic Central Cougars. Both teams have one win apiece, the Cougars defeating LCI Rams 18-9 in the season opener Friday. Besides losing the game the Colts also lost one of the most valuable members on their squad when Colin Chisholm was carried from the field on a stretcher late in the game. Chisholm was rushed to St. Michael's Hospital with a suspected broken ankle but x-rays showed no broken bones, only a bad sprain. He was released shortly after treatment and rejoined his team for the trip home. Redman started the ball rolling for the Bulldogs the first time they had the ball. With second and ten, Redman faked a pass and then took off around the left end on a 71 yard romp into the Colt endzone for the first major of the night. They missed the convert attempt. Flanker Barry Schmidt scored his first of two touchdowns the next time the Bulldogs got the ball. Schmidt pulled in a 40 yard pass from Redman that mov- ed the Bulldogs to the Colt 20. On the next play the Colts' line How much time does an accident fake? ChoHey hos on Occident. The ombuionce called. The boss stops what he's doing. Bill stops what he's doing. So docs Pete and Sam and Ernie. Charley is token to the He touid be oH for a month. Dove discusses the accident with Phi! while machinery sils Soy lyns oH an engine so he con who! Don is soying Charley's accident. Wr.yne of d George get into quite a fengthy discussion Chrj'Jey's Occident and Gil arrives in o truck and wonts to be in on oil the details. Acc'denis lake time, Jots ol Better to spend a little time to thot Occidents don't happen than a lot of time they do. held and pushed the Bulldogs back to the 23. Schmidt and Redman then combined on a 23 yard pass into the endzone and the Bulldogs were off to a 12-0 lead. Redman then looped a short toss to Byron Yamamoto for a two point convert and it was 14-0. The Colts continued to have problems as Bulldog guard, Albert Dodson, jumped on a loose ball on the Hat 40 and the locals took over again. This time the Bulldog drive stalled on the Colt 34, but the Colts didn't get off free, as Brent booted a single, and that's how the quarter closed, 15-0. Medicine Hat hit the Scoreboard for their first and only time early in the second quarter when Ken Arnott kick- ed a single on a third and nine play from the Bulldog 30. The Colts' problems con- tinued when they received a penalty on a Bulldog punt and had to turn the ball back over to the Bulldogs. Given a se- cond chance, the Churchill crew made the best of it. Redman pitched out to Pat McCune and the fleet fullback scooted over for the major around right end. Mark Rowe converted and the Scoreboard read 22-1. A faked punt and a 13 yard run by Brent Hamilton set up the final Bulldog scoring play of the first half. After the drive faltered on the Colt 14 Mark Rowe booted one between the uprights to close the half at 25-1. Four consecutive com- pletions set up the fourth Bulldog touchdown at the beginning of the second half. Jerry Areshenko sped around right end from the Colt one yard line and it was 31-1. Rowe's convert attempt bounced off the upright. After another Colt punt the Bulldogs found themselves on their own 37. The Colt defence then chas- ed Redman back to his 17 and dropped him for their best defensive play of the game. They shouldn't have made Redman mad. He found his favorite target, Barry Schmidt, free on the very next play and sent him 93 yards to pay dirt on a brilliant pass and run play. The convert was missed and the third quarter closed 37-1. The Bulldogs only scored once in the fourth quarter after a strange series of plays by the Colts. The Colts had stopped the Bulldogs on the Medicine Hat two yard line and took over when the Bulldog third down gamble failed. The Colts fail- ed to get anywhere on two plays and lined up in punt for- mation on third down and 10. For some strange reason the Colts faked the kick and tried to run it out and were stopped cold on their own three yard line, a gain of one. They had to turn the ball over to the Bulldogs. Redman handed off to Tony Iwaasa on the first play from scrimmage and the 140 pound halfback bulled his way across for the major, running the score to 43-1. The final score remained that way as the convert attempt was missed. THE FIFTH QUARTER... More than 600 fans took in the contest... the Colts didn't get untracked at all during the game, due mainly to the fine defensive play of the Bulldogs Redman completed five passes to Lionel! Stekell dur- ing the game he hit Schmidt on six occasions Bulldog head coach Peter Neufeld must be proud of his charges the clash coming up Friday night between the Bulldogs and the LCI Rams looks like it could be a dandy the only problem the Bulldogs had over the evening was converting their touchdowns they only capitalized on two of six attempts it was nice to see the teams shaking hands at the end of the contest. Colt quarterback Drew Tumbeck was three for 12 in the passing department Friday night Medicine Hat High were trounced by Medicine Hat Crescent Height 66-0 in the Hat Gil Poberznick came in in place of Redman on the final few plays and chalked up the Bulldogs only interception on the last play of the game. Elks remain in top spot Scores in the Foothills High School Football Conference were either very close or miles apart over the weekend. Picture Butte Elks, the Eastern Division leaders with a 2-0 record, edged the Coaldale Spartans 20-14 in an evenly matched contest. Raymond Comets also had a close contest as they edged the Cardston Cougars 18-14. The closest game of the weekend saw the Claresholm Cobras nip the Vulcan Cougars 18-17 in a thrilling game at Vulcan. On the other side of the ledger the Okotoks Ocelots ran all over the Nanton Knights in Nanton 80-0. At High River the home standing Mustangs took the measure of the St. Mary's Warriors by the wild score of 106 to 45. In the Picture Butte contest, played at Coaldale, it was Brian Heninger scoring two touchdowns for the Elks with Mike Oliver adding the other. LeRoy Wamsteeker booted two converts. For the Spartans LeRoy Pavan and David Urban had one touchdown each and Jim Martens scored a two point convert. The home standing Ray- mond Comets gave their fans a thrill when they held the Cardston Cougars off on a first and touchdown to go situation on their own two yard line. That touchdown would have swung the game in Cardston's favor. Mark Kamitomo, Allen Bridge and Jim Ralph all went over for major scores for the Comets. Don Yuill got Card- ston's two touchdowns and Ralph West added two converts. The point scorers in the Okotoks Nanton and the Claresholm-Vulcan game were not available. Golf league LAKESIDE FINAL PLAYOFF Low Lazaruk, Imperial Life; Al Kenwood, Singers, 68. Low Kenwood, Singers, 74. Low Team Life: Bill Lazurak, W. Kirkman, Joe Gillett. Tony Jarvie, 294. FIRST DIVISION Flemings.......................49 Jubilee.........................47 Ace............................26 Frache .........................22 DIVISION Parsons........................42 CJOC..........................42 Singers ........................38 Pahulje.........................22 THIRD IMMSIIIV Union 76.......................45 Sugar Betters..................45 CHEC..........................30 House Leth ..................24 HI) RTH IHVIMOV imperial Ute....................52 Oorigalti........................50 Herald .........................22 wafters........................20 ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased to announce that in order to improve our service to the insuring public A. KEN PETERSON has now joined our firm as a partner. F. F. STEWART A CO. ADJUSTERS LTD. General Insurance Adjusters 202 Fernelva House 1202 3rd Avenue South LETHBFHOGE, ALBERTA T1J OJ8 Telephone 328-5545 Telex 03-849275 High River, who lead the west division along with Okotoks with 2-0 records, scored 15 touchdowns. Paul Blayney had five, Craig Spangler four, and Ross Merkel, Roy Tupkel and David Percifield had two each. Spangler added six single point converts and one two pointer and Percifield added two two point converts. Blayney had two two point converts. Blake Bruised Head scored four touchdowns for th Warriors and LeRoy Fox add ed three plus two converts am a single. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE EMt W L PCL GBL St. Louis .........79 68 .537 Pittsburgh.......77 69 .527 1V4 Philadelphia.....73 74 .497 6 Montreal ........68 77 .469 10 New York .......66 79 .455 12 Chicago.........60 86 .411 18V4 WMt Los Angeles.....92 54 .630 Cincinnati.......90 57 .612 2V4 Atlanta..........81 67 .547 12 Houston.........74 73 .503 18% San Francisco 67 81 .453 26 San Diego.......53 95 .358 40 TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta Reed (10-9) at San Francisco Barr New York Koosman (13-9) and Sterling (0-0) at Montreal Torrez (11- 8) Carrithers Cincinnati Kirby (9-8) at San Diego Spillner Houston Wilson (10-12) at Los Angeles Messersmith SATURDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 9 Philadelphia 2 Houston 5 San Francisco 0 Chicago 12 New York 0 Cincinnati 4 Los Angeles 2 Atlanta 7 San Diego 3 Montreal 17 Pittsburgh 2 SUNDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 3 Philadelphia 1 Houston 6-4 San Francisco 0-8 Chicago 5 New York 4 Los Angeles 7 Cincinnati 1 Atlanta 3 San Diego 1 Montreal 5 Pittsburgh 4 LEAGUE LEADERS A8 R H Pet Garr. Atl.........576 79 204 .354 Garvey. LA......587 90 131 .325 Zisk. Pgh........489 70 156 .319 McBride. SL.....506 75 161 .318 Oliver. Pgh......549 85 174 .317 Smith. SL........460 69 145 .315 Buckner. LA.....515 74 162 .315 Stargell. Pgh.....453 81 142 .313 Brock. SL .......573 94 179 .312 Gross. Hou......526 71 162.308 Home runs: Schmidt. Philadelphia. 36: Wynn. Los Angeles. 31. Runs batted in: Schmidt. 115: Bench. Cincinnati. 115. Pitching 14 decisions: John. Los Angeles. 13-3. .813: Caldwell. San Francisco. 13-4. .765. Minnesota 5 Kansas City 2 Oakland 4 Texas 1 SATURDAY RESULTS New York 10 Detroit 7 California 5 Chicago 0 Baltimore 8-7 Cleveland 6-1 First game completion of Friday's suspended game Milwaukee 3 Boston 1 Minnesota 7-3 Kansas City 5-13 Texas 8 Oakland 3 LEAGUE LEADERS American League AB R H Carew, Min Hargrove. Tex Orta. Chi..... McRae, KC Handle. Tex... Piniella. NY Yastrzemski. B Maddox, NY Pet .551 82 201 .365 .381 53 126 .331 ..476 73 152 .319 ..486 64 154 .317 ..484 64 149 .308 ..473 68 145 .307 ..478 88 145 .303 ..412 65 125 .303 Burroughs, Tex .518 79 156 .301 Allen. Chi........462 84 139 .301 Home Runs: Allen. 32: Jackson. Oakland. 29. Runs Batted In: Burroughs. 115: Bando. Oakland. 92. Pitching 14 decisions: Champion. 11-3. .786; Fitzmorris, Kansas City. 11-5. .688. NFL STANDINGS AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T F A N. England 1 0 0 34 24 Buffalo......0 0 0 0 0 NY Jets .....0 1 0 16 24 Miami.......0 1 0 24 34 Baltimore___0 1 0 0 30 Central Division Pittsburgh 1 0 0 30 0 Cincinnati 1 0 0 33 7 Houston.....1 0 02114 Cleveland 0 1 0 7 33 Western Division Kan City.....1 d 0 16 Oakland.....0 0 0 0 0 San Diego 0 1 0 14 21 Denver......0 1 0 10 17 Pet 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 National Conference Eastern Division AMERCIAN LEAGUE EMI W .L Pet GBL New YorK .......80 67 .544 Baltimore........78 70 .527 2V4 Boston..........76 70 .521 3Vi Cleveland .......72 74 .493 7% Milwaukee ......71 77 .480 9V, 80 .456 13 West Oakland.........84 64 .568 Texas...........79 69 .534 5 Minnesota.......75 73 .507 9 Chicago.........72 76 .486 12 Kansas Crty.....71 76 .483 12Vj California........60 89 .403 24% TODAY'S GAME Kansas City Fitzmorris (11-S) at Minnesota Blyleven SUNDAY RESULTS New York 10 Detroit 2 California 6 Chicago 3 Cleveland 1 Baltimore 0 Milwaukee 9 Boston 5 Dallas.......1 0 0 24 0 1.000 St. Louis ___1 0 0 7 3 1.000 Washington.. 1 0 0 13 10 1.000 NY Giants 0 1 01013 .000 Phila........0 1 0 3 7 .000 Central Division Minnesota 1 0 0 32 17 1.000 Chicago.....1 0 017 9 1.000 Detroit ......0 1 0 917 .000 Green Bay 0 1 0 17 32 .000 Western Division LA..........1 0 0 17 10 1.000 San Fran 1 0 0 17 13 1.000 N. Orleans 0 1 0 13 17 000 Atlanta......0 1 0 0 .000 Results Sunday Cincinnati 33 Cleveland 7 New England 34 Miami 24 Washington 13 NY Giants 10 Pittsburgh 30 0 Chicago 17 Detroit 9 Minnesota 32 Green Bay 17 Houston 21 San Diego 14 San Francisco 17 New Orleans S3 St. Louis 7 Philadelphia 3 Dallas 24 Atlanta 0 lOS Angeies 17 Denver 10 Kansas C'ly 24 NY Jets 16 tlK DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. T, e'e Sa'es and Service ;