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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September LETHBRIDGE Rifle shoot ready for next weekend The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association Range will be the scene of a rather unique challenge shoot next Saturday and Sunday. Handguns and .22 calibre rifles will share the spotlight in the only shoot of its kind in Canada. A total of 37 trophies will be up for grabs when the firing starts and entries have been received from B.C., Saskatchewan, Alberta and Montana. Included in the list of marksmen who will be on hand is Eric Rose one of Canada's top shooters. On the Saturday agenda .22's take the spotlight as seniors will take to the range for 100 yard competitions and juniors, 14 and under, for 75 yards. Entries have been set at for seniors and for juniors Saturday while Sunday the entry is The action Sunday is for handguns, rim fire and centre fire. There will be no changing of rifles once the shoot starts according to one official. Any .22 rifle, rim fire, that can be loaded one round at a time is eligible. Shooters will have three minutes to prepare their shots and sight their targets and 15 minutes in which to shoot. Spotting scopes will be allowed and there is no weight limit on guns. Iron, peep or six power scopes may be used by shooters. Five positions, prone, bench rest, standing, sitting, kneeling, make up the competition with teams selected, by judges, on the basis of scores fired in prone position. A highlight of the event will be the women's powder puff shoot Sunday afternoon The public is welcome to attend the two day event. Lions, Bombers have new look VANCOUVER (CP) If there is one thing Western Football Conference fans can be certain of for tonight's game between British Colum- bia Lions and Winnipeg Blue Bombers, it is that both clubs have changed their rosters ex- tensively since they last met. The Bombers have perhaps the most spectacular change, having traded quarterback Don Jonas to Hamilton Tiger- Cats of the Eastern Football Conference for quarterback Chuck Ealev. The combination of Ealey and running back Dave Buchanan, which took the Tiger-Cats to the 1972 Grey Cup, clicked again Wednesday when Winnipeg defeated Ed- monton Eskimos 19-13. But the Lions have also made a startling change. Head Coach Eagle Keys an- nounced Friday that veteran offensive guard Trev Ekdahl has been released from the rooster, and will be replaced by Mike LaHood. BOY'S GIRL'S CLASSES Oct. 2nd thru Dec. 18th (8 to 18 years) S35for3 for O months Rafiiatar by Oct. 1 ORR KARATE KUNG-FU 258A 13th St. N. Phone 328-1241 'From the C'ane, we learn grace and self control) OFFICE OF THE OVERLOAD VOLUNTEERS OF THE 1975 Canada Winter Games Society will be holding a GENERAL MEETING MONDAY SEPT. 23rd 2p.m. in the Holiday Inn Salon B All Interested People Welcome Cardinals stay just ahead, Reds drop games off Run sinks Reds Tito Fuentes of the San Francisco Giants slides home with the winning run in 4-3 win over Cincinnati Reds. Yankees return to first THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Yankees are hav- ing their ups and downs these days. Right now, they're up in the American League East Di- vision pennant race. The Yankees, who dropped out of first place Thursday night, moved back in Friday night with a doubleheader sweep over Cleveland Indians. The Yankees beat the In- dians 5-4 and 3-0. The Yankees moved into a tie with Baltimore as the Orioles defeated Boston 2-1 and plunged the third-place Red Sox four games off the pace. In other American League games. Chicago White Sox blanked Oakland A's 2-0; Min- nesota Twins nipped Califor- nia Angels 3-2 and Detroit Tigers trimmed Milwaukee Brewers 8-5. Bobby Murcer's run-scoring triple in the ninth inning gave the Yankees their first-game victory. They won the second game as Larry Gura pitched a six-hitter. Don Baylor and Boog Powell hit home runs and Ross Grimsley and Grant Jackson combined to pitch a six-hitter, leading Baltimore over Boston. The victory was the seventh in eight games and the 19th in the last 24 starts for the surg- ing Orioles. Bart Johnson and Terry Forster combined on a three- hitter and Jorge Orta's run- scoring single keyed a two-run sixth inning, pacing Chicago over Oakland. The loss cut Oakland's American League West Divi- sion lead to four games over ANDY CAPP Texas Rangers, who were rained out. Johnson, 9-4, held the A's hitless until Claudell Washington singled in the fifth. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates, vying for the lead of the National League East, took opposite routes to the same destination Friday night. The Cards used the long ball, a three-run blast by catcher Ted Simmons, to beat Chicago Cubs 5-2. The Pirates didn't get any home runs, but made the best of two singles, a walk, a wild pitch, a passed ball, two in- field grounders and some alert baserunning to score three runs in the ninth inning and beat New York Mets 4-3. The victories kept the Cards in first place in the NL East, one-half game ahead of Pitts- burgh. Simmons blasted a three- run homer in the inning, the decisive blow in the Cards' triumph. Elsewhere, Los Angeles Dodgers beat San Diego Padres 2-1, San Francisco Auto slalom on Sunday The Lethbridge Sports Car Club is holding an Auto Slalom Sunday at 1 p.m. on the Centre Village Mall parking lot. Registrations begin at noon. Anyone interested, male or female, are invited to attend. Any legal car, truck, dune buggy, go cart, motorcycle or what have you can be entered. Advice on how to im- prove both your driving skills and your vehicle will be readi- ly available. Plaques will be given to the dash winners and following the slalom a party is planned. Giants edged Cincinnati Reds 4-3, Atlanta Braves blanked Houston Astros 1-0 and Philadelphia Phillies whipped Montreal Expos 10-2. Mike Tyson opened the Cards' big inning with a walk, pitcher Bob Forsch sacrificed and was safe at first base on a fielders' choice and Lou Brock singled to load the bases. After Ted Sizemore fouled out, Reggie Smith singled home Tyson to put St. Louis in front 2-1 but Forsch was thrown out trying to score. Simmons then blasted his 18th home run of the year. Mets' starter Ray Sadecki had a 3-1 lead and was work- ing on a five-hitter until the Pirates rallied in the ninth. Rookie Art Howe led off with a walk, and Tug McGraw relieved Sadecki. Howe took second on a wild pitch, but McGraw struck out pinch- hitter Dave Parker. Pinch- hitter Paul Popovich bounced a weak single through the hole between short and third, Howe going to third, and Stennett followed with a bloop single to centre to score Howe, move Popovich to third, cut the Mets' lead to 3-2 and chase McGraw. Harry Parker took over on the mound for McGraw, but he couldn't stop Pittsburgh. Steve Yeager's fifth-inning home run provided the winn- ing margin for the Dodgers, now 13-0 against San Diego this season and who have won their last 16 encounters with the Padres. The combined with the San Francisco Giants' decision over Cincinnati Reds, boosted the Dodgers' lead in the NL West to 3Vz games over the second-place Reds. Yeager's homer, his llth of the year, came off losing THERE ARE TIMES WHEN PEEL'S THAT LIFE IS EMPTY AN' MEANINGLESS- -AN'THEN THE WAlTES, WITH 'IS ORDER PRE-SEASON HOCKEY SKATE SALE CCM MUSTANG BOY'S SKATES Sizes 3 to 5 Reg. 44.95 Sale 23 95 Tins is a special purchase of tasl years stock These sVafes have CCM Senior A Blade. teaJheT sotes. luTl gram learner boot atuJ Jeatber Iming Only 100 Pairs in CCM MUSTANG MEN'S SKATES Sizes 6 to 11 Reg. 49.95 95 Sale 32 EXTRA SPECIAL CCM Pro Standard Adjustable HOCKEY HELMETS 1W CSA A CAHA Approved LM< BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Women elect Gorrie Mrs. Joyce Gorrie is the new president of the Lethbridge Curling Club's women's association. She succeeds Irene Lindsay. Joining Gorrie on the ex- ecutive are vice president Marty Seaman; second vice president Joy Kwasnie: secretary June Hood; treasurer Shig Sakamoto; draws Bernice Storehouse; membership Mildred Story; publicity Joanne Overn; prizes Jean Ainscough: social Bev Henderson and bonspiel convener Marg Marks. Also elected were the Southern Alberta Ladies Curl- ing Association represen- tatives, Thelma Coutts and Betty Luco. Mrs. Luco will look after the seniors. A number of trophies, earn- ed last year, were presented. Myrna McQuarrie and her rink repeated as club cham- pions. They took home the James Aird and Seaman trophies. Other trophy winners were rinks skipped by Marg Scotter and Irene Lind- say. This year's annual fall ban- quet will be held Oct. S, a Wednesday. All women plann- ing to attend are asked to call Bev Henderson at 327-0243. There are still entries for nnks or individual curlers opened. If you would like to carl this winter in the women's league contact Mildred Story at 327-7845 before Sept. 30. KINGS TRIUMPH EDMONTON