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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE LAS VEGAS RUNTIME 4 days. 3 nights oir doubli occupancy 5 days. 4 nights 1221.00 fit parson double occupancy also available Includes return air (are Calgary-Las Vegas. Accommodation Mint Hotel, plus many extra attractions. First departure Sept. 12th, 1974. For information and bookings contact. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ___________PHONE 328-8104 Herald Sports Defensive struggle sees just one touchdown Bulldogs sole possessors of top spot By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Winston Churchill Bulldogs have moved into sole possession of first place in the west division of the Southern Alberta High School Football League. The Bulldogs contained the LCI ground game, holding them to only 86 yards rushing, at Henderson Stadium last night and scored a 7-0 win over the defending champions. Pat McCune scored the lone touchdown of the game, barging in from the LCI two yard line on a pitchout play around left end. MeCune lugged the ball a total of 73 yards during the game on 18 attempts. The defensive standout of the night was Bulldog's six foot guard Albert Dodson. Dodson was all over the field and was the first man in one 12 tackles. Hank Heerze was the Bulldogs' number one "man in the right spot at the right time." He rer overed all four of the LCI fumbles in the game anil was also responsible for five tackles. The Rams did what they set out to do defensively when they effectively controlled the Bulldog passing attack, holding Derek Redman to only five completions in 22 attempts. However, one of Redman's completions, coming mid way through the second quarter, was a. 42 yarder to Barry Schmidt to move the Winston squad to the Ram 32 yard line. Four plays later the Bulldogs had their touchdown. Redman ran for nine yards, McCune then picked up 18 more. Redman then moved it to the Ram two and McCune carted it over for the major on the next play. Bulldogs missed the convert on their second attempt at it after they made the first try but had the point wiped out due to a penalty. The score remained 6-0. The Bulldogs picked up a single point in the dying seconds of the first half, when Kendall Duce's field goal attempt went wide, to make it 7-0. While the Bulldogs are currently enjoying the heady air of first place they might be sharing that air after tonight's contest between Catholic Central Cougars and Medicine Hat High. A Cougar win would knot them at 2-0 with the Bulldogs while the Rams are in the unfamiliar position of being last with an 0-2 record. The Rams had a chance to tie the game early in the fourth quarter with a first and touchdown to go at the Bulldog eight. But a penalty, a running play that got nowhere and two incompleted passes nulified their chances and the Bulldogs took over and moved the ball out of trouble. Besides the loss the Rams had other problems Friday night. Star fullback Rick Collier did not dress for the game. Rick told The Herald that he's given up football and is concentrating on making the Lethbridge Broncos' hockey team. The Broncos are currently in the final stages of their tryouts and Rick is still working with the club, and it is reported he is impressing the Bronco bosses. On the brighter side for the Rams was the defensive play of Lloyd Duncombe and Dwight Hudson. Both boys were the initial man in on six tackles and Doncombe was all over Bulldog quar- terback Derek Redman a number of times during the contest. Hudson also racked up 23 yards offensively for the Rams. Neither team could maintain a sustained attack during the game as both offensive units were outshone by the defence. Redman carried the ball 11 times for 66 yards but his real effectiveness was felt on defence. He intercepted one pass, knocked down a sure touchdown pass out of the hands of Kevin Malmberg and made three tackles. Malmberg, Larry Boulton and Arnold Kanys had five tackles apiece for the Rams. Mark Baldry carried 12 times for 37 yards for the LCI but his punting game was the highlight of his play. He booted 10 times for a sparkling 39.7 yard average. THE FIFTH QUARTER Larry Boulton came close to returning two punts all the way he was pulled down both times by the last man back The Bulldogs surprised everyone when they continued to pass late in the fourth quarter instead of staying with their ground game... LCI missed a shot at a field goal on the first series of plays after the kickoff they were on the Bulldog 21 and chose to gamble on a third and two situation they came up short... the game was played mainly between the two 25 yard lines even the presence of Sam the Ram couldn't help the LCI cause well over fans took in the contest... The Ram star of the game had to be Mark Baldry the Bulldog star was Albert Dodson. Oilers enjoying record THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In the last two National Football League seasons, Houston victories were a contradiction in terms. The Oilers won regular season games as often as Miami Dolphins took home the Super Bowl. The Oilers have viewed vic- tories in moral terms because their statistical ones were singular. For 1972, the record book said 1-13 and 1973 was no improvement. This season is one game old and the Oilers are 1-0. Houston brings its un- defeated season into Cleveland Sunday to face the Browns, who have beaten the Oilers eight times. Besides the Oilers, 11 other teams risk undefeated records Sunday when the second week of the NFL season swings into action with Miami at Buffalo, St. Louis at Washington, Kan- sas City at Oakland, New Orleans at Los Angeles, Minnesota at Detroit, San Diego at Cincinnati, San Fran- cisco at Atlanta, New York Jets at Chicago, Pittsburgh at Denver, Green Bay at Baltimore and New England at New Haven, Conn, to play New York Giants. ATTENTION LADY CURLERS! Here is your 1974 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION For Lethbridge Ladies' Curling Club Name----- Address Telephone Home Business Have You Curled Before? What Position? FEES: Afternoon curlers Evening curlers............................................. S35.0O Subs for afternoons and evenings AFTERNOON CURLERS ONLY Please check preferred days Monday and Thursday... Tuesday and Friday... Choice ol will be given on first fint Mrve bull. Babysitting will be provided on Tuesday and Friday. Age limit two years or more. Fee will be per day per child and 50e for each additional child. Return to: LETHBRIDGE CURLING CLUB MRS. MILDRED STORY 2506 -16 Ave. S. MEMBERSHIPS WILL BE ACCEPTED BETWEEN SEPT. 25 and SEPT. 30 Curling Instruction Will Be Provided! Coaches watch Cliff Walters, left and Pete Neufeld watch their Bulldogs stop the Rams Friday night. Junior tourney plans finalized WINNIPEG Six countries will participate in an 11-day 15-game world junior hockey tournament in Winnipeg. Jack Devine. SOUTHERN ALBERTA CHAMPIONSHIP HILL CLIMBING Class from 100cc to 1200cc Big Bore Fuelers Watch Riders from Western Canada ft Pacific Northwest USA. SUNDAY SEPT. 22 at 12 NOON 90 NORTH ON 13 ST. and follow the signs this is a CMA sanc- tioned point event. Sponsored by Lethbridge Motorcycle Club. President of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association announced Friday. The total point round robin tournament will run from Dec. 26 to Jan. 5 with games also being played in Brandon. Fargo, N.D.. and Minneapolis. Devine told a news con- ference teams representing Canada. United States, Russia. Czechoslovakia. Sweden and Finland will play in the tournament. An all-star team from the Western Canada Hockey I-eague will represent Canad and Ed Chynoweth. President of Use WCHL. said the team will be "basically the same team" that played a series of exhibitions against Team Canada earlier this month. "We may alter our schedule lo make all the top players available." Chynoweth said. "The loss of some of our 18-year-olds will 5rort us. but we'll try to make ihe best of what we have." TV V.THL team be assembled Dec. 20 and Chynoweth said it is hoped two exhibition games can be played before the tournament begins. The series will begin with Canada meeting United Slates in Wjnmpt'g and Russia going a ainst Finland in Branrkm Lithbridge Office Furniture Ltd. Lower 7th St. Shopping Photw (403) 328-7411 FILING Held this time Pat McCune is stopped this time, however, he did score later to Winston Churchill Bulldogs a 7-0 win over LCI Rams. Cougars, Hat meet tonight at Henderson Catholic Central Cougars will take oh Medicine Hat High in an interlocking High School Football League game tonight at 8 at Henderson Stadium. The Cougars are heavy favorites to run their early season record to 2-0 with a win over the Hat squad. Catholic Central won its first game of the season last Friday by defeating the defending champion LCI Rams 18- 9. The Cougars have their sights set squarely on the league title this year, coming off a poor year in 1973 when they finished third in the three team league. A win tonight will move the Cougars into a first place tie in the western conference with the Winston Churchill Bulldogs both with 2-0 records. LCI Rams trail in third spot with an 0-2 record. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eatt W L Pet. GBL St. Louis .......81 70 .536 Pittsburgh......80 70 .533 Philadelphia___74 77 .490 7 Montreal .......71 79 .473 9Vi New York.......67 83 .447 13Vi Chicago........63 87 .420 17V4 WMt ..95 56 60 68 75 84 98 .629 .605 3Vi .553 11V: .503 19 .451 27 .359 41 We hive a complete line of APPROVED HOCKEY and FIGURE SKATES NYLON SUPREME JUNIOR SUPREME SPECIAL PRO SLACK PANTHER GOAL SKATES fiiele 0'' Coops1'. sviiie. ana rison hockey ificte. LETMRIDGE HONM CENTRE 1117 -2nd Ave. S. 32? LA....... Cincinnati ......92 Atlanta.........84 Houston........76 San Fran.......69 San Diego......55 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Phila. 022 422 13 1 Montreal 000 101 2 4 1 Carlton Montague DeMola Walker (7) and Foote. Carter HRs: Phil Unser Montanez New York 200 000 9 1 Pittsburgh 000 000 7 1 Sadecki. McGraw (9) Parker (9) and Dyer: Brett. Hernandez (8) (4-2) and Sanguillen. Atlanta 000 010 3 0 Houston 000 000 4 0 P. Niekro (18-12) and Correll: J. R. Ricngrd (2-2) De Los Santos (9) and M. May. Chicago 100 000 8 0 St. Louis 001 400 10 1 Bonham Frailing Zamora (7) and Snisher: Forsch Garman (7) and Simmons. HRs: Chi Monday SL Simmons San Diego 000 100 6 0 Los Angeles 000 110 4 0 Mclntosn (0-4. Jones (8) arid Kendall: Messersmith (19-6) and Yeager. HR: LA Yeager Cincinnati 000 102 4 1 San Fran 010 000 Kirby (10-9) and Plummer; Caldwell (14-4) and Rader. HR: Cin Bench LEAGUE LEADERS AB Garr. All.........576 Garvey. LA ......606 Zisk. Pgh........499 Oliver, Pgh ......566 McBride. SL.....526 Madlock. Chi .407 Buckner, LA.....536 Brock. SL .......595 Stargell. Pgh.....471 Gross. Hou......544 Home Tuns: 36: Bench. Cincinnati.: Angetes. 31. Runs baited in- Schmidt. 115. Pet. GBL .539 .539 .513 4 .487 8 .477 9V4 .464 11 Vz .559 .533 4 .513 7 .490 10V2 .483 1V-4 .401 24 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Baltimore.......82 70 New York.......82 70 Boston.........77 73 Cleveland ......73 77 Milwaukee......72 79 Detroit .........70 81 Weil Oakland........85 67 Texas..........80 70 Minnesota......78 74 Chicago........74 77 Kansas City.....73 78 California.......61 91 FRIDAY'S RESULTS First Cleveland 010 110 10 0 New York 201 001 10 3 G- Perry (20-11) and Ellis; Tidrow. Lyle (7) (8-3) and Munson. Second Cleveland 000 000 6 1 New York 000 201 7 0 Peterson Beens (6) and Duncan: Gura (5-0) and Munson. Kansas City at Texas, ppd.. rain Baltimore 010 000 6 0 Boston 000 000 6 0 Grimsley Jackson (8) and Hendricks: Drago (6-10) and Montgomery. HRs: Bal Baylor Powell Detroit 021 000 12 1 Milwaukee 100 004 5 0 Fryman. Hiller Lernanczyk (7) (2-1) and Freehan: Champion. Travers Murphy (7) (8-9) and Porter HRs: Del Veryzer Meyer Mil Money Lezcand California 020 000 000-2 6 2 Minnesota 001 000 3 1 Ryan (20-16) and Egan; Decker (16-12) and Borgmann. Oakland 000 000 000-0 3 1 Chicago 000 002 7 2 Abbott Undblad (6) and Fosse. Tenace Johnson R H Pel. 79 204 ano uonning 93 196 72 159 H Pet 88 179 Win 205 .363 76 165 127 329 55 127 Chi 155 .318 78 167 157 315 98 185 NY 133 .307 S3 146 Tex 151 306 73 168 NY 148 .305 148 .302 1. Wynn. 159 302 Chi 139 .301 3ench. Jackson, DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Sales and Service '444 ;