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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ____Solu.doy, Seplembtr 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 11 Bulldogs In Camrose THE FIRST BIG POINT Mark Haslam, (4) LCI Rams halfback, A'berta Hgh School Football League got under way Friday at Henderson is dropped in ihe end zone by an unidentified Calholic Central Cougcr Park. Watching the action is Gerald Boron (67) of ihe Cougars. Friday evening- Cougars went on to belt the Rams 27-6 as the Southern Cubs Second In Heated Divisional Race Juggling Act Sees Mets, Chicago Switch By TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS If Danny Murtaugh's Pitts burgh repair shop Keeps turnin( out spare baseball parts on de mand for the nest two weeks Sparky Anderson will have t regcar his Big Red Machine ii Cincinnati for the N a t i o n a League pennant playoffs. Utility man Joss Pagan's sev enth inning home run followed a two-run homer by Bob Robert son Friday night and gave Mur laugh's patched-up Pittsburgl Pirates a 3-2 victory over New York Mcts in a showdown be tween two of the three for the east-division championship. The loss, coupled with Chicago Cubs' 3-2, 5-4 doubleheader sweep at Montreal, dropped the Mets to third place in the stretch race a few hours alter Cincinnati manager Anderson picked the Mets as the most likely foes for his West Division champs in the final guessing and i strictly a guess that tl Mats will win Anderson sa before the Reds, who had s cured the west title the previoi night without lifting a ba swamped Atlanta Braves 11-3 In other National Leagt games Los Angeles Dodgei nipped Houston Astros 3-2; Ea Francisco Giants edged Diego Padres 3-2 in 10 inning e and Philadelphia Phillies ou j "scored St. Louis Cardinals 9-7. "Pittsburgh and Chicago an right up there with Baltimor s when it comes to An t, derson said when pressed for prediction of the outcome in Ui e east. "The Mets have the pitch s ing." n Jim McAndrew, the Mists n most effective pitcher in weeks, battled Pittsburgh Steve Blass through six score less innings af New York befor B Willie Stargell beat out an ir 2 field hit in the seventh and Rol ertson slammed bis 27th homer i Pagan, filling in at third has for ailing Riclu'e Hebner, the hit his sixth homer and the Pir ates hung on to win with Dav Gilisti registering his 25th sav in relief of Blass. "I didn't even know I wa going to play until 45 minute, before the said Pagan "It's my job to stay ready." ilurtaugh put Pagan m th lineup after Hebner wa stricken with the flu. The Pii ales, playing without injure Rcberto Clanente and Al Oh ver, also lost Robertson in th eighth inning when he fouled pitcli cff his left ankle. LEAD BY Despite the run of injuries the Pirates now lead the Cub by Hi games and are 2ti ahea of the Mots. "I don't tliink there's an question we're going to win it, said Giusti, who rescued Bias during a two-run New Yor rally in the eighth. Ferguson Jenkins launcha the Cubs' sweep by tossing five-hitter in the opener to be come a 20-game winner for th fourth consecutive season. Ro Belted Meanwhile, the defence held th Cardinals to only two field goals until the final period. The other NFL teams will be in action Sunday except for York Jets and C 1 e v e 1 a n Browns, who will play in Cleve land Monrtay night in a nation ally-televised game. Sunday, Denver is at Buffalo Houston at' Pittsburgh, Bait more at San Diego, Miami a Boston, Oakland at Cincinnat Atlanta at New Orleans, Dalla at Philadelphia, Detroit a Green Bay, Washington at Sa Francisco and Kansas City By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A 60 will mark the 1970 debut of professional football tonight when Chicago Bears play New York Giants. A sellout crowd of is assured for the game in New 'ork the only scheduled Saturday action in the National Foot-iall League, and it will mark :ie 60th consecutive capacity crowd to watch the Giants at Yankee Stadium dating hack to 1962. The NFL season was launched Friday night when Los Rams, unbeaten during the ex hibition season routed St. Loui Cardinals 34-13. Roman Gabriel threw fo three touchdowns and Alvii Hayraond scooted 9B yards wit the second half Idckoff for an other score as the Bams, a fa vorite to get into the Supe Bowl, got off on the right foot. HITS A 1C Gabriel hit 16 of 26 passes fo 185 yards and Raymond contributed another 50-yard kickoff re tum to set up another Bert Mac's Cycle Introduces the New GEMINI MINI 1 For Ihe Big People Iho Liltle People and the 1 Middle Size People In 1 Fact Everybody. A mighly 1 SWING IN LONDON ROCK IN ropliy hlioot The Lothuridge Trap Club has organized a Memorial Tro phy Shoot Sunday in memory of the late Bill Snider, Gale Sayers, held to limitcc action in p r e -s e a s o n play launched the defence of hi rushing title in a hid to lead the Bears back from a won the nightcap with run-scoring single in the 10th in ning. The three best records In baseball belong, 1 o g i c a 1 1 5 enough, to Cincinnati Reds, whc ONLY BERT MAC'S fVfl C club. The shoot will be held al a.m. at the club north of Kenyom Field airport. It is be out to stop scrambling Tarkenton and runninE back Ron Johnson, acquirer, during the Orioles, champions ir [he American League east, and Minnesota Twins, who are clos ing in on the American League west crown. lYCLt LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 "Serving Southern 1 Snider was one of the original club members and was also active in various other sports activities, including will pit the last Super 3owl opponent, Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings at Minnesota. The game will fourth-best record In baseball belongs, rather illogi-cally, to New York Yankees who are games behind Bal- For Over 30 died early this EDT. But this time eliminated from any race this season. The Yankees, who have the poor luck to be playing in the ight division but the wrong eague, won their 84th game oi he season Friday night, blanking Detroit 5-D on Ron Klimk-owski's three-hitter. If they were in the National League east instead of American jeague east, their record would )e good enough not only for irst place but for a four-game ead as well. The 84 victories are the most he Yankees have won since 9G4 when they captured the ennant with 99 victories. Elsewhere in the American League Friday night, Baltimore dged Cleveland Indians 4-3 in 1 innings, Minnesota trimmed Chicago While Sox 5-4, Milwau-rec Brewers took Kansas City loyals 4-3 and Oakland Athletes edged California Angels 3-2. Vasliington's game at Boston as postponed by rain. till ami the Indian Rodeo Cowboy Assoc. Proudly Present the INTERNATIONAL 9 ALL-INDIAN 4filfctS INDOOR RODEO FINALS 0 4T1 mm W OVK IN PRIZE "MONEY UvlUDCK FRI. 8 p.m., SAT. 8 p.m., SUN. 2 p.m. Lethbridge Exhibition Kapp, holding out in a salary dispute, has been replaced by Gary Cuozzo. Cuozzo had a good exhibition campaign which he climaxed by passing for 351 yards and two touchdowns against Chicago. Len Dawson .gain will be at the controls for he world champion TWO BARBERS TO SERVE YOU AT STYLE RITE BARBER SHOP On Avenue South Between Tha Two Hospitals GUS HEGLAND AND DARYL BOWLERS! If you are Interested in Bowling Wednesday 9 p.m. THERE ARE STILL OPENINGS AVAILABLEI 6-PLAYER TEAM Round up 3 couples and join In Ihe fun! Call M. THERMAL al 328-3786 or GLENDALE BOWL al TROPHIES IN ALL EVI Bareback flronc Ric Calf Roping Saddle Bronc Ridin Steer Wreslling Jr. Girls Barrel Rat Sr. Girls Barrel Hoc Boys Sleer Ultima Team Roping Brahma Bull Riding ONLY THE 10 TOP FINALISTS EVENT WILL BE ADDED EVENTS: Saddleback and hit world famous fflff danco Iroupe featuring hit 2 ions performing the hoop dance j Miss Laverna McMastar Miss Indian Princess of Canada Indian Children Dance Group Advanci licked on lal. al Herb's WelUrn Wear, Marcel's Club Cigar Slore, and Doug'i Muiic and Sports. Adulu SludenlJ (13- '8 with cored) SI. 00 IN EACH Children (12 and undtr wilh FREE INO Friday: Family Nile-Mom, Dad and 2 Sludcnli S3. Cougars Thrash Rams, Defending Champs Sharp By LLOYD YAMAGISIII Herald Sports Wrilcr Jolm Kostiuk scrambled [or three touchdowns to lead Ihe defending champion Catho 11 o Central Cougars to a convinc ing 27-6 victory over the LC Rams last evening. More than fans watchra the Cougars pick up the firs point in the opening game o the City High School Foot b a 1 League when Mark Haslin fail ed to run out an attempted field goal by Peter Sikors on the fifth play of the game. The Rams took over on the 35 yard line, but failed to gain enough yardage and were forced to punt. Catholic Central then took possession of the hall on the mid-field stripe. Ed Krajewsk and John Kostiuk then com bined in five plays, with Kos fink picking up the major fion 26 yards out. The convert attempt was good making the score 8-0 in favo of the Cougars. In the second quarter lh< Rams pushed their way to th< Cougars seven yard line, bu couldn't penetrate the Cougar strong defense forcing them t try a field goal. Norbert Dombrowsky bootee the ball between the poles t give the Rams their first point, of the game. With the score B-3 for thi Cougars and situated on the 3 yard line after the field goal the Cougar offence, led by Grq Royer, marched 75 yards ii Uiree plays for the major. Knstiuk scored the touchdown as he capped the inarch with u beautiful 58 yard run from a draw play. When the final seconds of the first half sounded the Cougars went to their dressing room with a 14-3 lead. The second half started of quickly when the Cougars ran UK kick-off 26 yards, but only to have a fumble three plays later. LCI then marched down tc the Cougars nine yard line, bu only to see themselves give the football back to the Cougars on a first down goal to go fum ble. The Cougars had no luck in breaking the LCI Ham det'ensi and were forced to punt. At this time the Rams were gaining momentum and with the run ning combination of Terrj Korth and Nathan Schoepp the; found themselves on the Cou gars seven yard line. The Cougar defense came up with some good stops to force the Rams into a field goal situ ation. The attempt was good by Nor- bert Dombrowsky and narrow ed the gap to 14-6. In the fourth quarter the Cou gars had It all over the Rams as they started quickly scoring in five plays. Greg Royer cd up his plays well and hand- ed the ball to Krajewski for the major from four yards out. The convert attempt failed. Late in the fourth quarter and the score 20-C the Cougars push- ed forward and watched Kos- tiuk run up the middle and break all contact with the Rams defensive unit for his third ma- jor of the evening. The convert was good putting the score 27-G in favor of the Cougars. The final gun sounded to end the game some ten plays la- ter and the Cougars picked up their first victory in the City High School Football League. Meanwhile the Winston Churclu'll Bulldogs the third en- try in the City League, will tra- vel to Camrose this weekend and will use this game as a tune-up for their first game of the season against the Catholic Central Cougars. Rosburgli Just Behind Devlin PORTMARNOCK, Ireland (AP) "I reckon I've got a louch of the Arnold Palmers" says Bob Rosburg. He using one of Arnie's clubs. Rosburg, using a putter he picked up in Palmer's base- ment, moved into second place Friday one stroke beliind Aus- tralian Bruce Devlin in the "Alcan Golfer of the Year" Tournament. Rosburg, from Winlhrop, Me., shot a six-under par GG Friday for a two-day total of 141. Dev- lin had a two-round score of 140, including Friday's 71. The field of 25 went into the third round today, shooting for a first prize of "I was using a putter that I happened to collect when I raided P a 1 m c f 's said Rosburg, the 1959 Ameri- can FGA title holder. Rcsburg used the putter on each of the last 11 holes and sank one from 30 feet with Ar- nie's putter at the eight. Rosburg, who has twice fin- ished second in the U.S. Open, losing by only a single shot in "Maybe this putter of Palmer's is going to do me a lot of good tliis time. "f made every putt I liit on the last 11. The rain made the greens much more friendly. "It was like putting down a trough." The championship over Port- marnock's par 30-36 links on the edge of the Irish Sea had Neil Coles, Eng- land, in third phce, with a two- round total of 143. He was fol- lowed by Bert Yancey frorn Ponpano Beach Fla., and Chris- tie O'Connor, Ireland, both with 144. SPORTS FANSI the 1959 and ships; said: 19C9 champion Wins Scholarship- Mr. John Gonczar, son of Mrs. Irene Daku of Leth- bridge, was awarded the Meisser Scholarship of for high scholastic standing in Grade 12 af Catholic Central High School. He is continuing hfs edu- cation at the University of Calgary. 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Many I people now forget that Oak- I land finished first and Kan' I sai City second in the Western I Division of Ihe American Foolball League last Year, but I effect lait ica-1 under rules son, special playoffs were held between the 1st and 2nd I ilace teams and Kansai City aeat Oakland to start on its way to Ihe Super Bowl cham-1 pianship. I h pl b [One of the real jinxei In I sporls one lhal few people realize Did you know I I I hat no quarterback in the National Foolball League in ihe lasl 10 years hns been I I able lo win ihe passing cham- pionship years in a row, and no quarlerbaek in lha I American Foolball League has ever won the passing tille iwo straight years. I I I bet you didn't know Kirk's and Uniroyal put your safety I first above everything else I by building in the dura- bility it takes lo make every I Uniroyal tire safe. Only first I quality materials tortura leilsd against every possible I hazard go inlo Uniroyal Tires. 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