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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. September 23, 1974 THE LETHBQiDGE HERALD 9 Race results CALGARY (CP) Race results Saturday at Stampede Park: FIRST claiming. 2 year old maidens, 6 furlongs. Canadian Countess (Coombs) 7.00 2.80 2.70, War Times Raider (Morris) 2.50 2.40. Golden Court (Whittle) 5.70. Time: Flat Iron. Be There Julie. Conundrum. Linda Lee Anne, Janam Din also ran. SECOND claiming. 3 year olds, 6 furlongs. Risk 'N Hope (Coombs) 10.10 3.70 3.60. Valid Command (Sorenson) 3.30 2.80. Are Tee (Norris) 7.00. Time: Hijo Toke. Tifany Star, Fifth Estate, Honey's Wish. Hail To Lightning. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming. 6 furlongs. Happy Whistler (D. Wiseman) 6.50 4.30 3.20. Lloyd's Image (Hendricks) 13.80 6.90. Carbon County (Sorenson) 5.60. Time: Ky Honor, Haste Ye Back. Mary's Fancy, Careless Cat, Kelly H, Jim Keefe, Joy's Premium also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 1 mile. Pal Boy (Sorenson) 9.80 5.60 4.30. Buckskin Billy (McCauley) 4.50 3.40, Color Me Lucky (Niblett) 6.10. Time: Kyed. L'Espoir. Kaps Call, Mister Stormy, Return To Dance, Brazen Bully, Flying Speed also ran. FIFTH claiming. 6 furlongs. Miss Easter Day (Niblett) 22.50 10.60 4.60. Mike Mullen (Pearson) 15.60 5.10 4.60, Hey Joker (D. Wiseman) 2.70. Time: Blue Sparky. Mrs. C. N., Winds Across. Wash Ougal. Mr. Lament also ran. EXACTOR: Track Scratch: Nycan. SIXTH claiming. mile. Sultan's Diary (McCauiey) 5.60 3.90 3.00. Aint Mates (Hedge) 6.20 3.70. Tetraspeed (Barroby) 3.10. Time: Divvy Up, Chained Flag. Parkland Prince. Ripple Rajah, Dan's Artist, Heir Of Hope. Salty Princess also ran. SEVENTH claiming. 6 furlongs. He's A Cookie (Hedge) 15.20 5.80 3.50. Turkish Ruler (Sorenson) 9.00 4.30. New Alert (Pearson) 2.90. Time: Make It Magic, Avons Talent. Blue Pines. Sherzad, Astra Shot also ran. EIGHTH Alberta Derby. mile, purse. added. Pilot Bird (Hedge) 2.90 3.10 2.90. Flotation (Sorenson) 11.10 4.70. Foul Line (McCauley) 6.30. Time: Rim Rock Gal. Progressive Hope. County's Choice also ran. NINTH S1.600. claiming. 6 furlongs. Pop The Cork (Pearson) 16.00 7.00 4.40. Duke De Entre (Sorenson) 12.40 7.40. Shining Sugar (L. Wiseman) 6.00. Time: Fair Haydn. Tays Talent, Some Hand, Palm Oil. Caltabulous. Pixie Belle. Hills Of Snow also ran. QUINELLA: ATTENDANCE: BETTING: AMSTERDAM WINS AMSTERDAM (AP) FC Amsterdam of the Netherlands beat Hibernian, of Malta 7-0 Sunday in a return match in the first round in the UEFA Cup tournament. Scorers were Jansen Karte Fransz. Husersand Dekker. Amsterdam won the first leg match last Wednes- day 5-0. Lion backs ground it out in victory over Winnipeg Last Chance winners Kaz Tomomitsu putts while Rick Yamagishi tends the flag. Tomomitsu and Yamagishi won the low net honors at the CHEC Last Chance tournament while Earl Francis, left in inset, and Ed Englehart won low gross honors. Team Canada beaten 8-5 Saturday Soviets changed their style VANCOUVER (CP) Team Canada and the Soviet Union go into tonight's fourth game of their exhibition series looking for the win that will give them the advantage going into the final four games in Russia. The Soviet Union changed its style Saturday in its 8-5 triumph at Winnipeg that evened the series at one win each and one tie. The Soviets came out hitting the Canadians, returning check for check, highstick for highstick. And when Team Canada let down in the second and third periods, the Russians scored five consecutive goals and then held off a furious rally in the final minutes. Coach Billy Harris is ex- pected to revert back tonight to the same Team Canada lineup that produced the tie and win in Quebec City and Toronto. He put five different players into Saturday's lineup. Team Canada captain Pat Stapleton said of the Soviet change of style in the third game: "Maybe it was because they knew the referee, but it was the first time they stationed anybody in the crease. "We got two or three penal- ties from there. I don't under- stand Russian but the referee indicated he didn't want me to do that again after I moved one of the Russians out of the crease early in the game." The Soviets scored three goals from the edge of the crease, either completing crisp passing plays that began to work for the first time in the series, or by snapping in rebounds. The clubs were tied 1-1 after the first period but the Soviets led 4-2 after the second. They added three more by the midway mark of the third and the five-goal margin allowed them to weather Team Canada's three rapid goals before Yuri Lebedev wrapped up the victory at Alexander Yakushev paced the Soviets with three goals. Alexander Maltsev. Valeri Vasiliev. Boris Mikhailov and Alexander Bodunov also scored for Russia. For Canada, Paul Henderson scored twice in a 33-second span late in the third period. Serge Bernier. Bruce MacGregor and Tom Webster got the other goals. Stapleton said the Soviets have also changed since he last played them in the 1972 Canada-Russia series, es- pecially the defencemen. "We're getting better shots now. In 1972 they had those two big defencemen who stood in front of the net and blocked most of the shots. They were like a couple of posts. RUSSIA 8 CANADA 5 First Period 1. Canada. MacGregor 1 (Henderson) 2. Russia. Yakushev 2 (Schadrin) Penalties LaCroix Smith Walton Second Period 3. Russia. Mikhailov 1 (Petrov) 4. Canada. Webster 1 (Bernier. Tardif) 5. Russia. Vasiliev 1 (Mikhailov. Petrov) 6. Russia. Maltsev 1 (Anisin) Penalties Hamilton McKenzie. Kuzrtetsov Schadrin McKenzie. Lebedev Third Period 7. Russia. Yakushev 3 (Schadrin) 8. Russia. Bodunov 1. 9. Russia. Yakushev 4. 10. Canada. Henderson 1 (Harrison) 11. Canada. Henderson 2 (MacGregor. Harrison) 12. Canada. Bernier 1 (Webster. Hamilton) 13. Russia. Lebedev i (Lutchenko) Penalties Kuznetsov Uutchenko on goal by: Russia 11 16 Canada 8 14 Attendance: 11.000 Top shooters The third annual Bill Snider Memorial Shoot was held Saturday and Sunday at the Lethbridge Trap Club. Bob Asher of Brooks (right) was the winner of the Bill Snider Memorial Trophy which is given to the person winning the 100 singles and the 100 handicapped held Sunday. Presenting the trophy is Mrs. Vera Snider. Asher broke 191 of 200 targets. Overall high point winner was Blair McNeefy of Bow Island (left) with a score of 466 out of a possible 500 in the five events. Officiating poor says Ben Hatskin VANCOUVER (CP) The experiment intended to provide top-notch officiating for the Russia-Canada hockey series has failed, Ben Hatskin. chairman of the board of directors of the World Hockey Association, said Sunday. The World Hockey Association and the Canadian Ama- teur Hockey Association collaborated to provide a pre- series school for officials, in Edmonton at the start of the Team Canada training camp Sept. 1. costing about Officials from several European countries, the United States and Canada were involved. Hatskin said statements attributed to him that Soviet Union officials were unhappy were vastly over-rated, but "we have to do something to improve the officiating." He said it is unfortunate that great teams such as Canada and the Soviet Union must battle against each other as well as against inefficient referees. Hatskin said the series already has proved that the World Hockey Association has received too little attention in North American cities, "but the gap is narrowing almost day by day." He said the ultimate solution to officiating problems in international competition would be to provide professional officials from North America, "because they're the best in the world." "Bat what we have is the best in the international pic- ture, and I guess we're stuck with them. "It would be unreasonable to expect the Soviet Union to accept North American officials." VANCOUVER (CP) Run- ning back Lou Harris led a su- perb ground attack to a 28-10 British Columbia Lions' vic- tory Saturday night over Win- nipeg Blue Bombers in Western Football Conference action. The repeated tributes to of "Lou! from the crowd of at Empire Stadium were matched after the game by B.C. head coach Eagle Keys' liberal use of the adjec- tive "super" to describe the play of his entire offensive un- it. Harris, with 26 carries for 164 yards, and running mate Monroe Eley, with 17 tries and 155 yards rushing, were ob- vious choices for praise from the coach. "Monroe Eley and Lou Harris just had a super night, our offensive line did a great job of he said. CHANGES HELPED Coach Keys credited inser- tion of import offensive guard Mike Lahood into the lineup for a great part of his club's outside running power. Lahood recently recovered from an injury. "We felt like we had to have a little more speed outside and we felt we had to run from the particular formation that we ran from tonight in order to get the back outside. We did have two tight ends in there and we did have two wingbacks flanking outside, so we could go either way and they really couldn't type us to which side we were going to." B.C. quarterback Don Moor- head threw 10 of his 16 passes for completions as the Lions moved into a tie for first place in the WFC with 12 points on six wins and four losses. Ed- monton Eskimos also have 12 points but have played one less game than B.C. The loss left Winnipeg with a 4-5" record. Harris had touchdown runs of one and two yards in the se- cond half and Eley had an 11- yard major in the first quarter on a pass. Two field goals and a pair of converts gave Lions placekicker Ivan MacMillan an eight-point night and the B.C. defence sacked quarter- back Ralph Brock for a safety touch after he entered the game in the fourth quarter. Bob LaRose had a 10-yard Taber Suns nip Canucks The Taber Golden Suns won a come from behind exhibition hockey game Sunday by beating the Calgary Canucks 4-3. The Suns, newest entry in the Alberta Junior Hockey League, trailed 2-0 at the end of the first period and 2-1 at the end of two. But the Suns came through in the third period to take a 4-2 lead which was later cut to 4-3. Rocky Saganiuk, Greg Koper, Tom Schieber and Dean Salhiem all scored for the Suns with Salhiem s marker proving to be the winner. Calgary goals were fired by Mike Mclvor. Jim Hunter and Mendel Vysohlid. Taber received four minor penalties in the contest while the Canucks were assessed eight. Both clubs received a major penalty. The Canucks outshot the home standing Suns 39-37. Taber goalie Craig Archabald saved the win for the Golden Suns when he stopped a two man Calgary breakaway with only 28 seconds remaining in the game. touchdown in the first quarter on a pass from Winnipeg starter Chuck Ealey after a 91-yard kickoff return by Paul Williams of the Bombers. Walt McKee kicked a field goal and a convert. B.C. dominated the first half statistics but trailed 10-9 before their running game overpowered Winnipeg in the second half. Final statistics showed B.C. with total offence of 497 yards, 329 of them rushing. The bomber total of 231 yards had 107 on the ground. The Lions had 28 first downs, the Blue Bombers 14. Two key Riders limp to bench OTTAWA (CP) Ottawa Rough Riders may have lost two key players in their 24-6 romp over Saskatchewan Roughriders Sunday after- noon. Defensive lineman Rudy Sims and fullback Wayne Giardino were helped from the field as the Riders took solid possession of third place in the Eastern Football Conference, four points ahead of Toronto Argonauts. It was Saskatchewan's se- cond successive loss to eastern clubs and left it third in the Western Conference, two points behind Edmonton Eskimos and British Colum- bia Lions. Saskatchewan quarterback Ron Lancaster also left the game with a hip injury. Asked about the injury Lan- caster, who threw three inter- ceptions in less than a half of Cougars bounce Chiefs VICTORIA (CP) -Victoria Cougars broke loose in the third period to defeat Kamloops Chiefs 5-1 in a Western Canada Hockey League exhibition game Sun- day. Greg Miazga and Don Collins each scored twice for Victoria. Jim Gustafson add- ed a single. Darryl Fernie scored for Kamloops in the first minute of the game. Victoria outshot Kamloops 41-22. A total of 114 penalty minutes were assessed, 76 of them during a six-player fight late in the game. The brawl resulted in six majors, three minors and four misconducts. The teams play here again today: In Regina, the Pats scored three power-play goals as they defeated Medicine Hat Tigers 6-3 Sunday night. The teams were tied 1-1 after the first period before the Pats erupted for three goals, two on the power-play, to open a 4-2 lead after two periods. Ken Burdon led the Pats with two goals with the others coming from Rob Tudor. Jim Minor. Dave Faulkner and Jon Hammond. Tom Bast. Don Murdoch and Bryan Maxwell scored for the Tigers. Jerry Farwell in the Medicine Hat net faced 38 shots. Ed Staniowski and Tim Pidlaski in the Regina net fac- ed 33 shots. football, merely shurgged his shoulders. Sims hurt his ankle and Giardino his knee in the game that was decided early by Sas- katchewan mistakes. The club lost the ball nine times, once on a fumble and a record eight times on interceptions. "We can't turn the ball over that many times and expect to coach John Payne said. GAVE UP FIVE Randy Mattingly, who took over for Lancaster, gave up five interceptions and fumbl- ed once inside his own five- yard line, giving Ottawa defensive end Wayne Smith a clear path to a touchdown on the recovery. The first Lancaster inter- ception produced the other Ot- tawa touchdown, in the open- ing quarter. Rod Woodward made the in- terception on the Saskatchewan 42-yard line and ran it back to the six. The Ot- tawa attack stalled there, but Woodward ran a fake field goal attempt for a touchdown from the 12-yard line. Gerry Organ converted both touchdowns, kicked three field goals and a single to round out the Ottawa scoring. Saskatchewan got its only touchdown on an eight-yard pass from Mattingly to Leif Petterson in the dying mo- ments. B.C. 28 WINNIPEG 10 First Downs Yards Rushing Yards passing Total offence Passes made-tried 10-19 10-16 Interceptions 0 2 Punts-average yards 9-42 7-43 Fumbles-fumbles lost 0-0 1-1 Penalties-total yards 8-59 6-35 OTTAWA 24 SASKATCHEWAN 6 Sask OH First downs 18- 12 Yards rushing 41 93 Yards passing 306 142 Net offence 317 224 Passes made-tried 25-47 14-32 Interceptions 1 8 Punts-average 9-39 10-39 Fumbles-lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-yards 5-45 12-59 CFL Eastern Conference W L F A Pts Montreal ........7 2 213 131 14 Hamilton ........6 4 170 155 12 Ottawa..........5 6 174 166 10 Toronto .........3 7 166 216 5 SCORING LEADERS EFC TO C FGS Pts Organ. O .........0 10 29 5 102 Sunter. H.........0 13 25 4 92 Andrusyshyn. T ...0 13 19 9 79 Sweet. M .........0 20 17 4 74 Rogers. M ........9 0 0 0 54 Nixon. 0.........6 0 0 0 36 Western Conference W L F A Pts Edmonton........6 3 193 119 12 B.C..............6 i 203 195 12 Sask.............5 6 192 217 10 Winnipeg.........4 5 141 205 6 Calgary ..........2 7 134 182 SCORING LEADERS WFC TD C FGS Pts Cutler. E..........0 19 16 5 72 MacMillan. B.C. ...0 17 14 13 72 Harris. S.C........9 0 0 0 5- Berg.S..........0 21 10 2 53 McKee. W ........Oil 6 7 WPG BC 14 28 107 329 137 168 231 497 STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! P.M. 6 MAN TRIPLE TAG Quinn A Kelly Twins Ramirez ft Hurst Martel Kowalski ft Savage vs Little Bear Cody Kamata vs Sehroeder Hitto vs Ivey S3 S2.SO i-- I Vl j- 7.---' "V C A ;