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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDGE HfRAll) _ Tursdny, Seplrmbsr 21. 19'l-------------------- G'wuls going with experience Alston feels a team needs to fight DOWN COMES BAU CARRIER Minor focfbail Week in Canada got under way Mr.-iday and ihe Lefhbridge Minor Foorbcll Associalion did its parl wilh a pair of games. The ball carrier in this picture goi quit? n greeting on the First dny of Minor Football Week as he is brought heavily fo the ground. The Lions and Eskimos won Mon- day. Minor Football Week en Eskimos, The Eskimos nnd the Lions opened Minor Foothnll week in Canada before GOO fans at Hen- derson literally slashing their: opponents Monday night. The defending champion Es- kimos opened the scheduled double header trouncing the Bombers 43-1 behind Rick Col- lier's five touchdowns. Collier was spectacular as he ran 90 yards on the opening kick off for bis first major of the game. He added more before half time, then came back with tiro in Uie final half. His sec- ond half touchdowns came on 50 and 30 yard gallops as Ihe Bombers just couldn't stop the big backfielder. Tracy Goller and Brian Quick added single majors while Sid Collier connected on Ihree of seven convert attempts. The Rnniber's only point came when Whitcford boot- ed a Wt vavd punt which for a single point. The Lions also had an easy time, blasting the rookie Card- S'L Titary's Bloods 5.1-0 in the second encounter of the eve- mi'C. Gre; Martin started it all off for the Lions, rarablina 95 yards on a punt roiiirn. .Trrry added 12 points lo the Lieu s score pain- ing back In bnck louchdcuns which pushed the Lions further ahead. From there on it was all Mike Boychuk as he tallied three touchdowns and added one con- vert to the total. Harry BlackhcE'd and Der- rek Redman rounded out Ihe Lion's scoring with a touch- down apiece. The Lion's also scored two safely louchs during the GO min- utes of play giving them their second straight lop-sided vic- tory over the Bloods, This season the Lions arc coached by Al Ferchuk, Bod M o r r i c e, Doug Kempt and Clark Sloan while the St. Mary's Bloods are handled by Jerry D a w s o n and Moses Weasel Head. The -Stainpcdcrs have [our coaches lo prepare them lor Ihcir weekly games in Earl White, Joe Barnes, Rick Wyatl and Bob Bach. Jim Zuk and Tom Zuk per- form the coaches duties for the Bombers while the defending champion Eskimos have once pgain Scolt and Jim Valentino to lead them lo vic- ACE BUILD TRUSS RAFTERS Manufaclured by Ace Build- ing Supplies. 24' span, pitch ,2' overhang. .40 Now only, each 12 NO. 210 ASPHALT SHINGLES Per Square (Covers 100 feet) PITTSBURGH PAINTS EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT While If Lasts 5-95 CINCINNATI (AP) What be.skles hitting, pitching and fielding does a baseball team need to win? Fighting, say Los Angeles Dodgers. They don'I mean an out-and- out brawl, just an occasional skirmish lo electrify the hall club, to solidify 25 players to- ward a common cause. Nothing injurious. "One thing lias club has got is said manager Waller Al- ston as he brought his Dodgers here to begin a crucial five- game road trip. From rookio outfielder Buckner, Lo semi-veteran Willie Crawford, to onoOme br.dboy Rich Allen, to aging but still spirited shortstop Maury Wills, the Dodgers pride them- selves in being a scrappy lot. SLUGGED IT OUT Crawford slugged it out wilh Houston catcher Jack lliatt the last time the Dodgers were on the road. Buckner went aflcr Juan Marichal of the Gi.'mls last week. Allen started after At- lanta pitcher Hon Reed after a- back pitch on Sunday. ''f think a rumble is good for a team, as long as no one gels hurt, especially Allen said after S u n d a y 's doubleheader sweep over the Dodgers to within Hi games of first place San Francisco in the torrid Na- tional League West race. While Allen has provided Ihe Dodgers with power home runs, 80 runs batted Buckner ajid Crawford are producing hits and exciting base-running. Wills is the catalyst of the Dodger comeback from games behind on Sept. 4. Wills, who used to stage phony fights in the clubhouse to spark I lie learn, will Ire 33 on Oct. 2. Too I old for sparring matches, per- haps, but not for leading the team on the field. "He's the Maury Wills of 1965." San Diego manager Pres- ton Gomez said last week. Wills stole 94 bases that year when the Dodgers overcame a 4'j-game deficit in 15 days lo win Ihe pennant. The Dodgers planned to pitch Claude Osleen, 13-10, against Cincinnati Reds' Don Gullett, 15-G, in tonight's game. They play the Reds again Wednesday night before moving on to At- lanta for Ihree games. They wind up the season at home next week with three games against Houston Meanwhile in Houston there are no hot hitting San Francisco Giants, so manager Charlie Fox is going with experience in the tight National League West race. "Hal Lanicr's my third base- man." the manager of the West- ern Division leaders said before taking his team into the Astro- dome to begin a three-game ser- ies tonight. "Lamer's been through this kind of thing before" Fox said. When the going gets tough, he gels tough." The 29-year-old infielder, bat- ting .232 iii a utility role this season, look over for Alan Gal- Icgher at third Sunday, got [he game-winning hit and played steady in the field as the Giants beat San Diego Padres 4-1. With nine games left, all on the road, the Gianls hold a pre- carious 1'2-game lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Tonight, the Giants will pitch John Cumberland, 9-5, against Jack Uillingliam, B-15, of the As- tros, ivlio have won 11 of games against San Francisco in the Astrodome over tlic past two seasons. Fox has tried a new luicup virtually every day in the Gianls' September losses in the last 15 games. Four different players have batted in the Icadoff spot includ- ing 40-year-old Willie Mays. "Mays will lead off from now on, when he Fox says. The Giants' centre fielder, in a 2-for-29 hitting slump, is consi- dered the team's best base run- ner despite his age. He has 21 1 1; i i M 1 1 i i 1 1 kn UJl ii iViiiinilii Bowling CAPRI BOWL, tlie nod goes to Ruby Oseen as the women's bowler-of-the-week Ruby enjoyed a fine year last season and she's off to another excellent start howling in Senior Citi- zens, she clicked for 293, 265 and 271 and a solid triple of Tom Shigehiro got Ihe call as the men's bowler-of-the-wcek bowling in JCCA and wilh an average lasl year of 177, he banged the pins fur a 355 single and seems headed for a most productive campaign a tip of the cap to the two stars of the week. There was no shortage of fancy pin-battering in Gordie's during the week wilh Randy Wolstoncrofl lulling for 332, Al Smith 329, Sam Girardi 311, Norm Tolley 320, Henry Williams 311, Steve Pedersen 355 and an 80G triple, Steve Gangur 327 and John Rempel 313 Norm Tolley was also hot in Green's Shoes with a big 301 single and 787 triple while Randy Wolstoncroft maintained his hot lick wilh 304 and 779 in Young Adults. Besides Norm 'Policy's efforts in Green's, other pace-setters were Darwin Komanchuk with 300 and 773, Tak Kalakami 315 and 707, Sieve Mezei a 775 triple, Lou Novak 336 and 756 and Randy Wolston- crofl with another sharp effort wilh 329 and. 792 Tom Miyagawa clicked for a 761 triple in JCCA, Brian Murkin paced AGT wilh 300 and Sam Girardi was high in Canadian Dressed Meats wilh a 774 Iriple Jack Carney was good for a 301 in Young Adulls. Among Ihe gals, Dora Blue paced Wilson's Ju- nior Shop with a 307 with Debbie Hnatuik high in Simpsons-Sears with 316 while Rose Cropley had 275 and 721 Besides Ruby Oseen. the other Senior Citizen limelights were Vcrda Hamilton wilh 291 and Bunny Anderson 283 and 728 The big guns in Martinizing were Anne Culler wilh 326, Masa Gosh- inmon 313, Bernice Hay with a 711 triple. Karen Carney 291 and Marg Smith 706 In Green's, Dena Smith rolled 291 and 714, Bea Salmon 284 and 762 and Jeanette Srr.eed, back in the local fold, with a 779 Pace-setters in NuMode were May Kole sar 203 and 709, Jean King 292, and Annabelle Prueg- ger 716 Jean Passey's 720 triple was Ihe week's best in Sundquist Construction while in JCCA Sumi Medoruma had 715 and Belly Tomiyama 296 Melody Ives' 700 Iriplc paced Henry Homes and Gladys Going was lops in Doug's with 281 and 712 Gloria Murkin sparkled in ACT wilh 330 and Kay Bathgate paced Civil Service with a 721 triple. THE YBC FRONT, 2i3 boys and girls have registered for the season, 63 bantam boys, 45 bantam girls, 33 junior boys, 22 junior girls, 35 senior boys and eight senior girls The last four days of registration are this week, Friday at for all ages, Saturday at for bantam boys 8 to 11 years, Saturday at for banlam girls 8 lo 11, Saturday at 1 p.m. for junior and senior boys and girls and Sunday at 7 p.m. for senior boys and girls and young adults a busy year is planned by Al Pearson and company and Uiosc wishing to participale should nol delay in registering. s post, victory Mann takes blame For all your brick needs! We have a complete supply of I-X-L BRICKS ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOORS 3Q.S5 DETROIT (AP) lirrol I JIann could kick himself loday he might be off target. j Mann was one of several goals for Delrot Lions Monday night in their 16-13 National Football League season opening loss to Minnesota Vikings before a national television audience I snd a capacity crowd of at Tiger Stadium. Fred Cox of the Vikings booted a nine-yard field goal with remaining to climax a recovery from a 13-0 deficit. He also kicked field goals of 13 and 42 yards while Gary Cuozzo hit Bob Grim with a 45-yard touch- down pass for the Vikings' other Hie game ivliich would have tied the game 16-16. He also missed field goals of 53 twice and !9 yards. It was the seventh consecutve lime Detroit has lost to Central Division rival Minnesota and it NOW ONIY GARAGE NOW! and step into ci warm cor this winter. ALL CHARGEX CARDS ACCEPTED BUILDING SUPPLIES CORNER 5lh AVE. cmtl 24th STREET N PHONE 320-70S4, 328-8644 LETHBRIDGE iivirkccl Ihe Lions firsl homo score. j opening loss ever. Mann mutterl n .n-yard field I "It was my all Hie l.ry with seven seconds left in ATnnn moaned in the I quid. Lions1 dressing room. BUD SAYS TIMERS TOUGH Vikings' coneh Bud Grant called Detroit "the toughest de- fensive loam we'll play all but such coTime.nls un- doubtedly won't sooth the pride of disappointed Lions' Lion quarterback Greg Lan- dry, who lost his fourth game in four starls apainsl the Purple Gang, completed only seven of 25 passes for a meagre 50 yards, ululc Detroit runners Fan-, Altic Taylor and Sieve Owens got IGO yards rush- 6 BIG RACING DAYS TODAY thru WON. September 27th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK p.m. EACH DAY Pari'Mutuel Betting Conirrltark I-om Barney was the victim of Grim's touchdown and also fumbled a kickoff on his own 20 with 91; minutes re- maining lo hand the winning op- porUmily lo Minnesota. The Lions drove 71 yards Ihn opening kickoff, with Mann kicking n 20-yard field goal. Kivc plays and n holding pen- ally later Landry flipped a three-yard scoring pass lo Fair. Mnnn kicked n 3R-yard field goal at of the second quarter. _, stolen bases hi 24 attempts this year. Mays' next run will be the of his major league car- eer. Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth are the only players ahead Oi Mays in that department. The Giants announced Mon- day they are accepting mail or- ders for tickels to the National League championship series games thai would be played in San Francisco Oct. 2-3, against Easlern Division winner Pills- burgh, if the Gianls win the West. There's also the possibility of an Oct. 1 game in San Fran- cisco lio settle a fie for [he West- cm Division title. TV SHOW FOR PHIL .SEEKING BOSTON (AP) Phil (CP) Officials ol posito, who set a c 1 1 y -o w n e d Lansdowne Hockey League record home grounds of Ottawa piling up 152 with the Boston Bruins last Riders of the Eastern Football Conference, said today is going to have his own will go nfip." a evision show during from Ifie federal health 1971-72 lo help pay for arti- turf. RICHMOND OFFER NEW WESTMINISTER, (AP) (CP) Richmond Goolagong, Australia's took a 3-2 lead in the Wimbledon lennis seven series for (he has been offered junior lacrosse fo join the U.S. women's and the Minto Cup with a circuit next year. victory over Edwards, the girl's coach, PCOs Monday night before Monday the offer came fans. The teams meet Gladys Heldman of World Wednesday night in New Magazine, who conducts Virginia Slims ELRICH TIRE 1 SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. L Pet. GBL SI. Louis 8-J 69 .549 ES 66 .571 6 H Chicago 79 7-1 13' 80 7.1 .519 67 .44.1 M 71 J97 33 Las Angeles SJ 70 City R? 71 536 15VS Al anls 79 76 .510 11 BO .HA 25 Hcuslon 75 73 Bl .471 C ncinnati 75 60 .J3J .70 B5 .461 3' San Diego 58 95 .379 65 BB TODAY'S GAMES Hooen (1-0) Philadelphia Reynolds (4-8) fll Perry (16-14) Delroil Timmerman (7-5) at Boston Irca Morton no 16) San Diego Franklin (0-0) nt Hand at Washino'cin Ke ey (B-S) (11-15) N Los Angeles Osteen (13-10) al McNnlly (19 5) Bt cinnali GullelJ (li-i) Pelerson 12) N San Francisco Cumberland (9-5) Jotin d! 15) and Johnson Houston (B-15) N Pillsburgh Ellis (19-7) fll SI. nt Oakland Dobson and Spqui (10-71 T N Reuas (14-ld) City Draqo (16-10) Bl Cali- Wrlaht (15-15) N LEAGUE RESULTS AB R H 031 000 370 Torm, 5 L 60-1 92 21? 000 100 0 A 0 C emcnte, Pqn 509 81 17-i K-.'ced (lo-l and Cor- Chi 530 Btl 131 .3.17 Garr, AH 414 77 307 fa-ID nnd Dempsny. HR: H. Aaron, Al! W> 92 154 .378 C Jones, NY A7S 60 153 IOD 010 B 13 n New York 100 020 010 __ 481 Brock, S1L 601 T21 191 (199) Wa'l (9) and Ssnquillen, Pgh 5U 59 163 .317 W Davis, LA 6fl9 BO Dalrymnle Keklch, 'R) (9 1-hmbHqht 9) Slaub, Mil 553 90 175 .314 Home runs: Slargell, Pittsburgh, .15; H. Aaron, Allanla, AS; L. May, Gibbs. MR: While REGULAR GAME Cleveland .HI MO t 0 i_i iinti, 37 Runs balled In: Torre, 132; ODO ODD 1 3 1 Fcilrr (BID Mingcri (0-8) Hergan Piit5burgh, 130. P chlnq IS decisions: and Fnssc; McLain (1031) Shcl- Now York, 11-J, .733; fill-, (9) and Blllinqs. HR: Slanlev GAME PENNANT AMERICAN 110 003 MO 001 030 03-t H T East Division W L Pel. GBL nnd 100 000 400 100 DIO 000 6 IS 3 3a limore 92 57 -617 Gncnda (7) Pina (7) Rld- Dclro 1 H8 66 571 A1 1 (7) Cox (7) Lindblad (9) (11) Thompson (16) Mc- Away 6 New York 1 Cleveland (1020) (17) and Billinos; Dun- Detroit Al home 3 Now York Farmer (R) Henniqan (9) Lamb Away 5 Boslon 1 Cleveland Harpsn (11) Ballingcr (16) Paul MrDowell (17-16) (17) Minaorl Easl and Suarer, Fosse HR: Wash W L Pet. Billings Pittsburgh 93 41 .401 LEADERS Louis BJ 6P .549 R H Pcf. Pil sbujrjh At home, rone. Mln 73 TW .337 B 51. Lous 3 New York 3 NY 509 92 16S .330 Bal -160 77 412 .309 'st. Lous At home 4 Mln B? 190 .305 3 Montreal 3; Away 3 New York KC 539 77 163 30? Weal Min 553 86 166 .300 W L Pel. GBL TP San Francisco 85 .554 9 Los Anqeles PI 7f) I1 a 8 Allflnld 7? 76 .515 7 7 Away 9 Houslon J Cincinnati 3 San Diono 3. 3, Awfty 5 Cincinnali 1 Allflnlfl 0. AHantn Al home 7 San Diego 1 Los Angeles 3 Clnclnnall 2. Away, none. C. May, Cfil W. Horlon, Del R Smith, Bni Uhlaender, Cle -167 61 137 .593 i? 117 .793 591 B? 17? .591 49 1M __. Delrolt, 3D; Mel- icn, Chicago, 30; R. Jackson, Oakland, Min 010- la, 112; F. Robinson, Balllmore, 9i. Pitching '5 decisions: McNally, Baltimore, 19-5, .792; C. Dgbson, Oak- land, 15-4, ,789. SNOW CLEAT TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALJj 4 SERVICE 401 111 AVI South MIOIM 1974666 or 3974445 ;