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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta .Wednesday, September 22, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 BROUGHT DOWN A FLOCK- Four Lerfi bridge hunters started the goose season off right Monday as they came home with their limit, five each, after a good day's shoot. Home wiih the gsese are, left lo right, Gunnar Holfe, Jce Maughan, Orville Lee and Wilf Ferry. Helton luid his fun in exhibition Defensive battle shaping up MONTREAL (CP) To- night's Canadian Football League encounter between Cal- j gary Stampeders and Montreal Alouctles shapes up lo be a de- fensive kind which will bring John Helton's name to mind by Lhe time the smoke clears. It used to be that mere men- tion of a game with the Stam- peders would bring up the name of middle linebacker Wayne Harris, the outstanding defen- sive star. Harris is still around but the name which instills respect in the minds of opposing linemen is Helton, a giant defensive tac- kle "The best in the says Montreal centre Gene Cep- pelelli, "and that's saying a lot." "People are always referring to someone as the best in the Sports of all sorts SEALS OPTION THREE BALTIMORE (AP) Califor- nia Golden Seals of the Nation- si Hockey League optioned three players to Baltimore Clip- pers of the American League for the 1971 72 season, it was announced Tuesday. Terry Reardon, Clippers coach general manager, said Ihe three are Randy Rota, 21, left winger and second leading scorer for Providence Reds of the AHL last year, centre Peter Lafromboise and right winger Neil Nicholson. PADUAXO TRIUMPHS JACKSONVILLE, Fia. (AP) Donalo Paduano of Montreal outslugged Dennis Riggs of Jacksonville Tuesday night to take a unanimous decision in a ID-round middleweight boxing match. SHORT FIGHT BEAUMONT, Tex. (AP) George Foreman, No. 1 heavy- weight coiilendc-r, needed less than two rounds to defeat Leroy Caldwell of New Orleans Tues- day night in a scheduled 10- round fight. Foreman, 2M, the 19G3 Olym- pic gold medal winner, knocked out Caldwell, 192, with a flurry of lefts and rights to the head and body at of the second round. Motormeii win title Fleming Motors earned a share of top honors as Uie Lake- side Golf League came to a close at Henderson Lake Golf Club. The Motormen, league cham- pions two years ago captured the playoff honors in Lhe first division. Earlier Jubilee Homes had picked up the league pennant as first place finishers in the 16-team league. Division two saw honors going to Owens while CHEC Radio won out in the third divi- sion. Fourth division honors went to A and W. A league banquet and presen- tation of team and individual trophies will be staged at a later date. OFFER DENIED SYDNEY, Australia (Reuler) Wimbledon Champion Evonne Goolagong of Australia will not compete on the United States winter tennis circuit and was never offered to compete, her coach saio" today. Vic Edwards said Miss Goola- gong was committed to the Aus- tralian circuit and would only play in tournaments approved by the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia. FACES TRIAL ATLANTA (AP) Outfielder Rico Carty of Atlanta Braves, involved in a fray with three po- licemen last ir.onth, faces trial Wednesday before Municipal Court Judge Robert E. Jones. Carty was charged with crcat- ing a turmoil and simple bat- tery on a policeman. NO NEW PARK BUFFALO (AP) The Erie County Legislature voted Tues- day against a proposal to in- crease a bond issue by mil- lion to pay for building a new football stadium. country and they forget it cov- ers a lot of ground. "But, vil'n the possible excep- tion of Rcgina's Ed McQuartcrs, there isn't anybody who comes at you Jike he said. The object of Ceppetelh's re- spect sat ci the end of the Cal- gary bench after Tuesday's practice, busily unwinding yards of tape around his knee. The tape protects an extended knee ligament that some people thought might keep him out of tonight's contest and Saturday's confrontation with the Toronto Argonauts. SAYS KNEE OK "Ifll be all right, just one of those silly injuries that come from getting kicked by a line- man failing away from the the big tackle said. The Montreal camp was quiet Tuesday aflcr running through a brisk final workout for the game to be televised nationally by the CTV network. Kickoff time is p.m. MST. Coach Sam Etchcverry de- cided to keep Moses Denson on (lie 30-day injury list and go with backs Bill Massey and Bruce Van Ness. Eteheverry said Denson was ready to play even though his injured ankle is still not 100 per cent. "If it were a playoff game or something, that is the way I would have Etcheverry said. "But, if we cut a player now he'll bfi picked up and we'll be out a running back. "Then if Moses got hurt again, we'd really be up the is no time to be breaking in an import running back." Orioles close to third straight title Dodgers, Giants going nowhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers continue lo play like broken records, spin- ni -3 around in circles and going nowhere fast. It is possible Atlanta Braves owners approved the moving of their franchise to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Kansas City Royals defealed California Angels 6-2 and Mil- waukee Brewers downed Minne- sota Twins 4-2. McNally, 20-5, moved Ihe Ori- oles closer toward clinching the Johnson's steal of home. can still waltz away with the National League's Western title, considering the way the Giants and Dodgers have been playing lately hflVB WOH tJll'KP. tllllCS The Giants held on to a IVz-' game lead over Ihe Dodgers in Lhe West despite themselves as they lost their 13th game in the last 16, a 3-1 decision to Houston Tuesday night. East championship by shackling Boston dimmed Detroil's slim the Yankees on seven strikeouts title hopes, edging the Tigers on and only one walk. Paul Blair's j Luis Aparicio's run-scoring sin- gle in the 10th. The hit scored rookie Cecil Cooper, who had led the inning wilh a pinch single and was sacrificed to sec- aim UIHJ Mam. i tiui uiau j fourth-inning homer gave the! Orioles an early lead. They added three runs in the eighth on Andy Etchebarren's bases-loaded single and Dave ond. The Dodgers also continued their inept play as they dropped a 9-3 contest to Cincinnati Rfds for Iheir fifth loss in seven games. The Ihird-place Braves, mean- while, kept their dim title hopes alive with a 5-2 victory over San Diego Padres. The Braves moved wilhin six games i.: San Francisco and in order to win the West, must take all their re- maining six contests while hon- ing Ihe Giants lose their last eight and the Dodgers slump badiy. CARDS STOP PIRATES In another top National League game, St. Louis Cardi- nals heat Pittsburgh Pirates 6-4 as the Pirates failed for the sec- ond time to nail the East Divi- sion pennant. The Pirates still need just one victory to cinch the title. Elsewhere, Chicago Cubs downed New York Mets 3-0 and whippe the fir WINTER TIRE SALE Prices Effective Till Sept. 30lh RETREAD Winter Grips 15.95 Average Sizes ................each I %_F Prices Effective Till Sept. 30th Astro Whisper Grips Nylon Reg. Sale 26.10 22.95 28.40 24.95 2B.40 24.95 29.50 25.95 STUDDING SLIGHTLY EXTRA Astro Whisper Grips Polester We also carry a full line of Goodyear Tires DUNDEE SERVICE X06 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-4644 EL RANCHO GKACO] SERVICE 6th Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive PHONE 327-5406 Philadelphia Phillies Montreal Expos 5-4 in tin game of a twi-night double- header before losing the night- cap 4-3. Rookie catcher Larry Howard was the difference for Houston, lashing a two-run, tie-breaking homer in the seventh inning off San Francisco starter John Cumberland. The ball cleared the 406-foot marker in centre field. Cincinnati's Lee May mur- dered Los Angeles with a home run and double, good for five runs batted in. May's three-run homer, his 38th clout of the season, capped a four-run fifth inning and then the brawny first baseman knocked in two more with a double in a three-run sixth. HITS CAREER HIGH j Hank Aaron's 46th home run, a career high, plus a two-run I shot by Dan-ell Evans and a solo blast by Ralph Garr led At- lanta over San Diego. Aaron's first-inning homer, which put the Braves in front 1- 0, erased a previous high of 45 mill the old Milwaukee Braves in 1962. Evans unloaded a two- run shot in the second and Garr hit a he in the third. Jose C. jz broke a tie with a two-run homer in the seventh as b'c. Louis downed Pittsburgh. Dave McNally, veteran left- hander of Baltimore Orioles, tamed the New York Yankees 50 on five hits Tuesday night for his 20tli viclory of the sea- son McNally, thewinningest pitcher in Oriole history with 134 victories, is the first Ameri- can Leaguer to win at least 20 games in four consecutive sea- sons since the Yanks' Red Ruff- ing did it from 1936-39. And the Orioles' southpaw did it this year despite missing 38 days of the season because of an inflamed muscle in his pitch- ing arm. The Orioles' victory, coupled wilh Detroit Tigers' 3-2 Id-in- ning loss lo Boston Red Sox, re- duced Baltimore's tille-clinching number lo three over the sec- ond-place Tigers. The Orioles lead Detroit by 7% games. They have eight games remaining to the Tigers' seven. Meanwhile, Oakland Athletics, having already wrapped up the West title, lost a fight-marred twi-night doubleheader with Chi- cago While Sox, the White Sox winning the opener 5-1 and the second game 6-2. Washington Senators trounced Cleveland Indians 9-1 before the Flyers, Penguins hot By THE CANADIAN PRESS Philadelphia Flyers and Pitts- Flyers and Penguins each scored their Ihird consecutive burgh Penguins are dominating, victories Tuesday night ES Phil- Iheir rivals in National Hockey a d e 1 p h i a defeated Buffalo League pre-season exhibition I Sabres 9-1 and Pittsburgh beat games. I California Golden Seals 4-2. Gals are ready for new season Lee Gerth will stand as the 1971-72 president of Ihe Leli) bridge Women's Curling Club it was decided at a general meeting held recently. Joining Gerth on the new ex- ecutive will be secretary Bev Kurtz, 1st vice-president Marg Rylands, 2nd vice president Irene Thompson, and s e c r e- tarj'-treasurer Shig Sakamoto. Heading various committees will be Helen Webb in care of the draw for fhe season's play, membership Hazel Rungc, pub- licity Shu-ley Bcrzel, prizes Kay Gemmel. bcmspiel chair- man Phil Culley and Southern Alberta Ladies Curling Asso- ciation representative Myrna McQuurrie. One of the highlights of the recent meeting was the presen- tation of trophies earned during the course of last year. The Aircl Trophy went to the Irene Lindsay rioik with Myrna McQuarrie and her males tak- ing the Seeman trophy. Mod- ern Fashion's trophy went to Kay Clow and the Special Oc- cassion Shop silverware went lo Irene Thompsc'.! and her rink. Texas gets club BOSTON (AP) Owne, Bob Short a nd his financially- troubled Washington Senators are beaded the lush Tiallas- Forth area and liie na- tion's caph.'.i faces a lack of major league- baseball for the first year since 1901. Short, whi, claims lo have lost million .since he purchased the club for reported mil- lion in I960, won his fight lo move late Tuesday night as American League owners voted 10 lo 2 in hi; favor, with only Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox opposed. League president Oimin, who as a yourig playe; leri Washington to its lasi nant in 1933, announced the ac- tion after a v'-hour meeting of owners, ther, top aides, attor- neys and baseball commission- er Bowie Kuhn. The transfcj marked the sec- ond time in a iecade that Wash- ington has voled out of baseball. However, the franchise moved lo Min.. sola in 1961, Ihe league found another club for the capital by expanding. Cronin said transfer WES conditional, but that merely ap- peared to be a formality. The condilons include expan- sion of Turnpike Stadium in Ar- lington, betwren Dallas and Fort Worth, in the next two years and indemnity payment to the Texas League for dis- placement of the Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs. In another game. Vancouver Canucks downed Los Angeles Kings 3-1. Jean-Guy Gendron was Ihc hero of the Flj'ers' win over the Sabres before fans at 01- lawa. He scored four goals into an emply nel after Buffalo coach Punch Imlach lifted his goalie wilh 30 seconds remain- ing. Other Philadelphia snipers were Bill Lesuk, Frank Spring, Jim Johnson, Bob Kelly and Larry Wright. Richard Martin netled Buffalo's only goal on a third-period breakaway. At Oshawa, OP.'.., Bob Lcilcr paced Penguins with two goals. Rene Robert and Bob Birdsell scored one each. Bob Sheehan and Gary Croleau tallied for the Seals. Vancouver goals were scored by Mike Corrigan, Murray Hall and Wayne Maki. Ross Lons- berry got the only goal for Lus Angeles before 4.2CO Edmonton fans. Meanwhile, in off-ice activity, NHL president Clarence Camp- Three major bonspiels a r e j bell said n: Montreal he had planned for the coming year. The club bcnspiel will be held Nov. 19, 20 and 21 with the southern Alberta playdoiras set for Dec. 10, 11 and 12. The an- nual women's open bonspicl ,-ill be Feb. 4, 5, and 6. A banquet is planned for Oct. 12 to kick off the new season. Memberships are now being taken Any interested can con- tact Shirley Bcrzel at 327-8670. LEE GERTH been asked by the managcmenl of the Seals lo invesligale s trade made recently with Clu- cago Black Hawks. WANTS TRADE VOIDED Tlie California club is asking that the trade which saw goalie Garry Smith go to Chicago in return for goalie Gerry Desjar- dins, forward Gerry Pinder and minor league forward Kerry Bond be declared void. The Seals claim Desjardins reported with an arm injury. "I'll have to get the facts from both teams as to what the deal Campbell said. "Then I'll have to find out if I have any jurisdiction in a mat- ter of this sort." At London. Onl., Boston Bruins coach Tom Johnson said defenceman Ted Green has a groin injury and will miss Bos- Ion's next two exhibition games. Centre Phil Esposilo also is a doubtful starter for tonighl's game against New York Rangers at Kilchener, Ont. Esposilo has soreness in Ihe rib cage and has been sent lo hospital for x-rays, Johnson said. Green was injured Monday during an exhibition game against Montreal Canadiens in Halifax. DIES DURING WORKOUT CHAPEL HILL, N.C. Bill Arnold, offensive guard on the University of North Carol- ina football team, died Tuesday, 15 days after suffering heat prostration during (he squad's Labor Day Workout. LETHBRIDGE RACE MEET 5 BIG RACING DAYS TODAY thru WON. September 27th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK p.m. EACH DAY Pari-Mutuel Betting LEO SINGER'S FALL SPECIALS ARROW 747 LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS ALPACA CARDIGAN SWEATERS 7 99 Rtg. 11.95 ASST. LONG SLEEVE TURTLE NECKS T-SHIRTS and SWEATEES V2 WASH 'N WEAR NEVER PRESS PANTS 7 qq Reg. 3.95 LEVI COLORED FLARES R qq Reg. 9.99 WORSTED DRESS PANTS 12 99 Reg. lo 52. 50 1 LEVI TAPESTRY CORDS Reg. 14.95 7.99 MEN'S AND BOYS' FftM NYLON JACKETS PRICE CHARGEX AT LEO SINGER'S WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ANY PRICE. LEO SINGER'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 214 5lh Street S. Phono 327-395P ;