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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE lEFMBRIDCE HERALD Monday, Sepltmber 71, 1970 Stampeders Dropped By Ottawa Alouettes Lead The East IMPENDING CRUNCH Ottawa Rough Riders' back Jim Mankins, seems unaware of (he impending tackle by Calgary Slampeders' Joe Forzani during a Canadian Football league game won by Ollawa 9-1 Saturday afternoon at Lansdown Park. Suitor Ejijoys Big Outing Winner Comes By THE CANADIAN PRESS II George Springatc's rookie season in tire Quebec national assembly is as successful as his Eastern Football Conference debut, the 33-year-old Montreal lawyer could be provincial pre- mier in short order. The recently-elected Liberal member for Montreal Sle. Anne's, signed four games ago to cure Montreal's placekicking ailments, kicked 11 points Sun- day in the Alouettes' 24-17 vic- tory over Toronto Argonauts. The former McGUl University player and undercover police agent contributed three field goals, two of which came in the first quarter as the Als trailed 7-6 before taking a 13-7 halftone lend. His third-quarter field goal gave Montreal a 10-7 lead head- ing into the linal 15 minuets of the game. Springate's production Sunday before disheartened To- ronto fans gave him 20 points and put him among the EFC scoring leaders. PICKED LATE Springate was selected from among several placekicking hopefuls invited to attend a spe- cial training session after head coach Sam Etcheverry lost faith in Pierre Guindon. After a slow start, in which his early field-goal efforts were smothered, Springate found the range with two in a 17-12 loss at Hamilton Sept. 7. Since then, he has been con- sistent when called upon. In other EFC weekend action, Ottawa Hough Riders came up with a superb defensive ellort Saturday while defeating the visiting Calgary Stampeders 9-1. victory kept Ottawa two points back of Hamilton Tiger- said Montreal flanker Terry Evanslien, held in check (lining the game by another speedster, Toronto's Jim Tomlin. At Ottawa, bcrore fans, the Rough Rider defence con- tained the Stampeders to such a degree, Calgary cor.ch Jim Dun- cans commented after the game: "I'll probably go home and get fired." Jerry Campbell, replacing all-star Ken Lehmann at middte linebacker, combined with de- fensive end Joe Vijuk to pres- sure Calgary quarterback Jerry Keeling into several key mis- cues. The game's only touchdown was scored by Ottawa's Billy Cooper, who worked himself into the clear for a pass from quarterback Gary Wood. Ivan MacMillan converted and added a single. Bill Van Biirkleo's punt single accounted for the other Rough Rider point. Larry Robinson's wide field- goal effort from 50 yards out was conceded by Ottawa to gain a better field position. It was the only thing Hie Riders did concede to Calgary in Hie game. Big Win For Edmonton Eskimos Thrash Bombers Close To Mark By FAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Winning Chance was Just one second otf the track record Saturday as he romped home ahead o[ the pack in the fea- tured sLxlh race, at Whoop-Up Downs. Owned and trained by Ef Tirrell .of Higby, Idaho and ridden by Gene Giesbrecht, Winning Chance nipped Tiger Sam at Ihe finish to vrin the George Wolfe Memorial Handi- cap before a gathering of nearly bettors. Saturday's gathering poured through the turnstiles, np from spent on the first Saturday last fall. In taking the feature Win- ning Chance paid and Winning Chance's time over tlie five furlongs was 59.1 sec- onds. Saturday's fifth race, the ex- brought the crowd to its DRUM RENTALS .50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th Si. S. Phona 327-1056 feet as Barbara Suitor, t only gal riding this brought Wilson Radiva horn first and paid a whoppin 514.50 and Suitor mount was a 21-1 longshot. Sun Fogta, ridden Dwayne Wiseman, finished se ond and at 8-1 odds the com bination brought 21 tick holders S227. Suitor had her best day tin far Saturday riding two wi uers and two seconds. She wo aboard Mackerel Sliy in LI third race paying to wi She combined with Sabre Dive for a ?19.70 qumella. Suitor's second place finislie came in the first race, on Wa> ward Boy and in the fourl race on Pleasant Hour. A total of m ticket holder ai the right combination ir the daily double as Heirado won the first race with Nev lynne winning the second. Tl double paid ?7. Janet's Sister and Puge Sound were .first and secon respectively in the eight rac and as a result paid a quinella to 627 bettors. The races continued toda with post time set for tw o'clock. Today's feature is th Medicine Hat Handicap. Tues day's feature will be the Mon ana Marathon. The races con tinue through until next Mon day. Sandy Shields was expeclor lo ride in a number of race oday. Shields, still one of th op jockeys in western Canada IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My t ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TIRES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FALL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Better I Should Go To EL RANCHO TEXACO Today! El Raneho Ernie Says DONT SUFFER ALONG WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAYI El Raneho [TEXACO] Service 6ih AVE., M.M, DRIVE PHONE 327-5406 has been the top jockey at the Lethbridge Fall Race Meet on mimerous occasions, RESULTS SATURDAY Firsi SSOO, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs. Hciralion (McCayley) 4.50 320 2.: Wayward Boy (Suitor) 3.20, Coy'5 Venlura (Kipling) 3.10. Time: 2-5, U Hope, TIckeh Ripper, Klrby Strest, Oh My Honey, Miss Viking also Second S500, claiming, 3-year-old maidens, 5 furlongs. Ncwlynne (B. Culhberlson) 3.2Q -J.90 3.30, Maido R (Ryecroll) 10.30 Have A Sip (W. Culhberlson) 2.60. Timfi: Ncd'5 Hood, Miss Haughly, Phil's Flame, HI Borodale, Lav's Don also DAILY DOUBLE: S7.00. Third S500, claiming, 3-yenr-oldi and up, furlongs. Mackeral Sky (Sullor) 10.80 3.70, Sabre Diver (Kipling) 3.flO J.50, Mala- barisla (Rycrofl) 5.00. Time: Krlskel, Narva, Random Rage, April Wing, Ryslo also ran. QUINELLA: Jlf-70. Fourth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles. Khars Charm (L. Wiseman) 0.70 5.90 3.50, Pleasant Hour (Suitor) 10.20 5.10, New Omen (McCauley) 4.20. Time. 1.54. La Cosa, Roundy'i Kid, Cupid Spending, Iron Tony, Jacopo's Suizo also ran. Fillh J5oor claiming. 0-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles. Wilson Radiva (Suitor) 4S.4Q 14.50 4.SQ, Sun Fosta [D. Wiseman) 13.40 8.00, Anolher Indian (Rycrofl) 4.20. Weight, Dark Memory, Bomb- er Brown also ran EXACTOR: Sixth S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs. Keno Kid (D. Wiseman) 6.90 4.70 West Club Near Title NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. ;CP) Peterborough Lakers vill be out to contain a potent sTew Westminster power play onight and prolong the Cana- dian senior lacrosse final. New Westminster Salmonbel- ies hold a 3-0 lead in the best- 'f-sevcn Mann Cup series with [luir power play having been lie deciding factor to date. New Vestminstcr has scored 15 goals nth Peterborough players in the penalty box in taking wins f 16-12, 16-8 and 14-10. "They tried to rough us iut all they did was beat them- said New Westminster -oach Cliff Sepka following Sat- nlay's third game. "It was pretty obvious they ccided to get lough. But it only elped us because ouv power lay has worked so well." The Salmonbellics scored owcr-play goals Saturday, five f Uicm in the opening period, s Peterborough took 28 min- les in penalties. LLAN UPSET Peterborough coach Bobby llan was obviously upset over omc of Ui5 penalty calls ,'ainst Ihe Lakeis Ijul. slill laiiiliiincd the same poise ho is displayed throughout (he scries. 2.BO, Ky Elernal (L. Wiseman) 11.io 5.40, Klondike Doll (Giesbrechl) 430. Time: Margan, Brown Tuque, Spof O'Scolch, Nobl. Cone, Tin Pull also ran. Seventh S700, handicap, 3-year-clds Rtid up, 5 furlongs. Winning Chance (Gleshrechl) 6.10 4-10 4.60, Tiger Sam (Kipling) 4.10 3.90. Kenflcld (Hansen) J.70 Time: :S9 1-5. Glorious Pete, Bonny Airs, Banquel Knight, Polish Rod also ran. Eighth S500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Janet's sister (L. Wiseman) 7.90 3.60 2.70, Puget Sound (V. Cuthberlson) 3.00 2.60, Sable Hero (Steward 2.90. Time: 3-5. Will B. Able, Slove Pipe, caanticld, Val Scot, Hitliper also ran OUINELLfl: SI.10. Cats and Toronto, Montreal by two. who trail WINNIPEG (CP) Winnipeg Blue Bombers were in a football ere in a football game for 25 seconds Sunday. That was how long it took Ed- monton's Terry ,Swarn lo run back the opening kickoff and begin the destruction that ended in a 33-15 Western Foolball Con- ference victory for the Eskimos. Swarn's touchdown, his first of two hi the gairre, seemed lo take the starch out of Winnipeg and less than five minutes later Edmonton quarterback Don Trull slaggered UK Bombers again with a 58-yard touchdown pass to Jim Thomas. The Scoreboard read 15 points for Bombers but their fourth quarter touchdowns resulted from interceptions thrown by Eskimos' back-up quarterback Husty Clark and a fumble by fullback Dave Fahmer. Edmonton held a 14-1 first- quarter lead after allowing a point on a wide field goal al- tempt by Winnipeg's Gene Lak- usiak, then got two field goals in each of the second and third periods from Dave Cutler who also converted the three touch- downs. Swam made it 33-1 at the 10- The Calgary loss was their I second mark of the final 15 min- 30 minutes compared to 265 for Edmonton. Over-all, Eskimos rolled up 442 yards on offence to Winnipeg's 2S8. second or an Eastern swing by the Western Football Confer- ence club, leaving it in a sec- ond-place tie with British Col- umbia Lions, six points behind Saskatchewan Roughriders. CATCHES TOO At Toronto, running back Dick Smith caught two eight-yard scoring tosses from quarterback Sonny Wade, who contributed a single. Springate converted both Smith touchdowns. Flanker Jim Thorpe came up with two scoring catches on passes, including an electrifying 75-yard play. Quarterback Don Jonas converted both and added a field goal. "I told you before the season j started we had a helluva RACE By Willie Kelchum TUESDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST BACE 35W Claiming for three-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS 1 placed lo score....... 1 MOONLIGHT SPIRIT COUNTATIOM DENVER PETE SICKLES QUEEN BY MOOD esPRIT'S SON.......... TROPICAL TREASURE EVA DOBBIN............. Seems Nice win last oullng Might run down the speed Chance for a share.......... Best required loday......... Price will be rlghl.......... Can't see this one........... Likewise.................. SECOND RACE S500 Claiming [or thrce-ycar-olils and upward SEVEN FURLONGS WHERE YOU GO Should lead Ihroughout.......... I. FiREY DOLL................. Can be tile runnerup.............3 LOUIS ALIBI................. Rail gives him a chance..........l COUNT HOW LUCKY Has lo be considered.............6 DIAMOND SHOW............... Oulside chanct................7 VALIANT MIST................ Some other Mmt ................1 NED'S HOOD.................. Might be closer..................i LAVY'S SON Not in here THIRD RACE 5500 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward THREE FURLONGS SOME CLASS Can be a repeal winner 1 BRAE LOCH Tha main threat 5 TUDOR BAY.................. A definite contender.............3 LITTLE PABLO Pole gives him an edge.......... 1 GEMELO JIG Bears some walchlnn SATAN'S FIRE NAUGHY DANCER NOVATATE Snowed good speed in las! race 7 Will have lo be running.......... 6 Drew 9 poor posl ................3 FOURTH KACE Claiming for three-year-olds and upward ONE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH Has found ihe spot.............. 1 Good for Ihe place money.........3 BRIGHT VALLEY VJOLF'S GO GO HIGHT SHINE DESERT BUNNY FABISON ANOTHER INDIAN WILSON RADIVA Should go well in here......... Best would be threat.......... Would be a surprise......... Unable io recommend......... Pass on this one.............. FIFTH KACE S5UO Claiming for Uircc-ycar-olds and upward SEVEN KURLONGS ROMAN FROST Can oulfoot this group......... ...a SANDY BEAU FAMOUS DAYBOY WILD BRUCE PETE'S GLORY......... VAL SCOTT RARE DOMINGO MAID 0' WIND.......... i as Ihe contender Can gel up (or the show nidtimer could be lough Chance oil besl efforl Align I be (ho sleeper..... Nof loday.......... Will watch today........ utes when he took an 11-yard pasr Irom Trull. INTERCEPTED TWICE Clark was then inserted at quarterback and his first two series of offensive plays were stopped by interceptions by Ed Ulmer and Doug Strong. Clark's third intercepted pass, into the hands of Bomber Tony Guillory, set up Winnipeg's first touchdown near the midway mark of the quarter. Ginllory stepped out of bounds at the Edmonton seven and two plays later Houmard plunged over from the two. Winnipeg tried a short kickoff that almost worked when Dana Stephenson was the first to get to the ball but centre Peter Travis gained possession for Es- kimos. On the third play, Fahrner fumbled on a draw and Bomb- ers took over at their own 47- yard line. Gabler, who split quarterback chores with starter Eon John- son completed a 42-yard pass to John Senst at the Edmonton 25 and Houmard ran up the middle on a draw for his second score with less than a minute remain- ing. Lakusiak converted both. BOMBERS OVERPOWERED Bombers were held to 103 yards total offence in the first Football Roundup STANDINGS Weilccn Conlcrcnci W L T F A Pli 820 218 147 16 B.C....... S 4 0 207 185 10 Calgary 550 188 150 10 Edmonton J i 0 155 179 B Winnipeg ....180 122 255 2 Eastern Conference W L T F A Pli ifreal 520 145 133 10 Hamilton 4 3 0 148 141 Toronto -i o 157 165 OMawa 3 5 0 163 161 4 YARDSTICKS OTTAWA 9 CALGARY 1 CAL. OTT. Flrsf downs........... M 17 Yards rushing 12S Yards passing.......... 150 136 Nd offence........ 335 556 Passes made-tried..... 14-29 12-75 Interceptions......... 0 2 yds 12-45.6 13-43.3 Fumhles-lost 1-1 0-0 5-40 EDMONTON 31 WINNIPEG 15 EDM WPG First" downs 11! 121 Yards passing 330 137 Net offence........... WI !Sfl passes made tried 3M? 2J-10 yds...... 1-21 yds........ 11-41 2-1 3-2 Penall ies-vds. 6.50 3.30 MONTREAL 24 TORONTO 17 MTL TOR. Gelirig Wiiis Game In Tenth NEW YORK CAP) Lou Gehrig's two-out home nm off Wbitey Ford in the 10th inning earned the 1927 New York Yan- kees a 5-3 victory over the 1961 Yankees to win the final round of the NBC-TV computer base- ball tournament presented Sat- urday. Gehrig's blow broke up a 3-3 pitching duel between Ford and Hall of Fame right- hander Waite Hoyt. Trull directed Edmonton effectively, using Mike Eben, Jim Thomas and Henry King in most of his 17 pass completions. He changed pace in key situa- tions with runs by Swam, Alan Pitcaithly and Thomas. King led Ihe pass receivers with 06 yards on five receptions, followed closely by Thomas who caught three for 91 yards. Thomas led the rushers with six carries for 39 yards. More Sport On Page 8 HHHMBHM ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh Sr. Louis Philadelphia W L. Pet. GBL 83 .-158 17V3 Cincinnati 94 58 .672 Los Angeles 63 69 .546 12 San Francisco 70 .53? 15 Atlanta.....74 80 .4Q1 22 Houslon....... 72 30 .474 23 San Diego ......59 9J .3B6 TODAYS GAMES Houston Blasingame 3-3 at Cincin- nati GullBll 3-2 N San Francisco Mflrlchol 11-10 at Los Angeles Mwller 7-B N Only games scheduled SUNDAY'S RESULTS Houston .010 000 301 004 11 -I Los Angela HO 012 101 000 1 Dierker, Gladding Cook (10) Cul- ver (6-6) and Edwards; Sullen, Mikkelsen (9) Brewer (10) Lamb (6-0) i (9) Bre Sudakis, Torbon LA-DavIs iorg i PiNsburgh New York Cambria Brunet (41 Lamb (6) Gib- bon. (7) Glusll (9-3) (7) and Sangulllen; Seaver Frlsella [4) McGraw (3-6) (7) Chance (l) and Grole Dyer HRs: (3D. FIRST Moose (11-10) Brunei (6) Grant (B> and Sanguillcn; Koosman (11-7) and Grole. HRs: Pgh-Pagan Clenden- on Chicago 300 000 4 Montreal Pappjs, 001 MX- 6 11 Regan Jenkins (8) and Hundley; Renko, Reed (5-4) (6) and Baleman. HRs: Hickman (32) Pepilone Renko :lnnill 300 DM QOt- 3 4 1 Atlanta 150 230 11 1 Maloney (0-1) Washburn Behney Granger (B) and Plummer; Reed (7-10) and DIdler. Philadelphia 001 110 I 2 St. Louis ooa ooo oji 11 i Lersch, 17-7) and Ryan; Carllon, Taylor Parker (1-1) Hllgendorf (10) and Chicago B Montreal i Pittsburgh 2 New York 1 Cincinnati 7 Allanla i .os Angeles Houston 5 Philadelphia 10 St. Louis 6 San Francisco 3 San Diego 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore New York Boslon Detroit Cleveland Washington W L Pel. OIL. 9H 54 .AJS 70 West 92 61 .542 .523 .500 -484 22 UVt MInnesola 92 M .605 Oakland .84 69 .SA? California BO 72 .525 II Kansas City 5? ?1 .393 32 Milwaukee 59 93 ,3Sfl 33 Chicago......53 96 .356 TODAY'S GAMES Detroit NIekro 12-13 Balflmon Lopez 1-1 N Kansas Cify Hooker 9-15 and Buller 1-12 at Chicago Horlen 6-15 and Wiavir eveland McDowell 20-10 at Boston Sieber! 13-8 N Washington Gogolewskl 3-0 at New York Pelerson 17-11 N California Murphy 14-13 at Mllwiu- JB Kraussa 13-17 N MInnesola Perry 23-11 it Oakland Blue 1-0 N SUNDAY'S RESULTS California 001 000 111 Oakland HI 001 I ft Wright (21-11) Queen (9) and Brown Hgan Odom Llndblad (7) Roland H-5) (8) Locker (9) and Duncan. HRs: