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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, September 24, 1973 PUERTO VALLARTA MEXICO 1 a days from per double occupancy Airfare Calgary Puerto Valletta return, Accomodatlon, many extrae for bookings contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Expos hurt by losses THE CANADIAN PRESS Friday, Pittsburgh Pirates lost their fourth straight game and first place in baseball's National League East to New York Mets and immediate- ly left the country. Stroh, Mills tops There was very little doubt as to which twosome was the best at the 1973 Last Chance Golf Tournament at Henderson Lake over the weekend. Cliff Stroh and Murray Mills simply outclassed the field as they scored a convincing 10- stroke victory in the two-man, best-ball affair. Stroh. who plays to a one handicap, and Mills a five han- dicap, had gross rounds of 64- 68 for a 132. 10 strokes better than runnersup Doug Brown and Al Takasaki. Brown and his partner shot rounds of 72- 70 for a 142 final total. Low net honors were shared by Ray Andrews and Tony Bogusky of Lethbridge as they came in with net scores of 59- 61 for a 120. Their gross scores were 80-82 but with a 21- hanclicap advantage they won low net. Individually Stroh had little trouble emerging with the spoils over Ted Smith. The Last Chance, co- sponsored by Henderson Lake and CHEC Radio, is the last tournament of the year for golfers at Henderson. First division Low gross Murray Mills-Cliff Stroh over Doug Brown-AI Takasaki. Low net Alex Murrell-Doug Rondhouse. Second division Low gross Lou Kramer-Steve Smerek over Bob Richardson-Harold Brown. Low net Dennis Connelly- Graham Third division Low gross Gerald Beckie Rex Schneider. Taber over Tarn Ito-Joe Gillett. Low net Mike Tobo-Mel Duda. Fourth division Low gross Sonny Slavich-Nek Onofrychuk over Dennis Kjeldgaard- Cliff Irvine. Low net Don Allen-Bill Taylor. Fifth division Low gross Tony Jarvie-Gary Nyhof over Don Havaardsrud-AI Hunt. Low net Ray Andrews-Tony Bogusky INDIVIDUALS First division Low gross Cliff Stroh. Low net Ted Smith. Second division Low gross Bill Taber. low net Steve SmereK Third division Low Abe Neudorf. Low net Don Allen. Fourth division Low gross Nick Onofrychuk. Low net Bill Sterling. Fifth division Low gross. Ray Andrews. Low net Tony Jarvie. Sixth division Low gross Al Willis. Low net Vaughan Hembroff. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! p.m. Texas Death Tag Team Match Atlas Kroffat VS Hayes Ramirez 5 Big Bouts 16 TV Wrestlers The Herald- Sports Then they turned up in Montreal, looking for amnesty at least for a breathing spell Saturday when their game with the Expos was rained out and got at least par- tial amnesty Sunday afternoon when they broke out of their slump with a 6-3 and 7-4 sweep of the Expos. The win moved them to within a half game of the Mets. who beat St. Louis Car- dinals for the second straight day, 5-2. Elsewhere in the league Sunday. Philadelphia Phillies trimmed Chicago Cubs 9-7, Atlanta Braves crushed Houston Astros 10-2. San Diego Padres out-scored San Francisco Giants 11-9 and Los Angeles Dodgers stopped Cin- cinnati Reds 6-4. Saturday. New York blank- ed St. Louis 2-0. San Francisco topped San Diego 5-2, Cincin- natti out-slugged Los Angeles 11-9, Chicago stopped Philadelphia 5-2 and Atlanta beat Houston 4-2. LEFT FANS BEHIND When the Pirates crossed the border, they left their Met losses and the New York fans behind them. "The Mets just beat the hell out of said Willie Stargell, who clubbed his 42nd homer in the first game. "Their fans had a lot to do with it too. They're crazy." Stargell's three-run homer capped a four-run Outburst that carried the Pirates to their opening victory. In the second game, Richie Zisk belted his first major league grand-slam homer, highlighting a six-run fifth inn- ing that gave Dock Ellis his first pitching victory since Aug. 5. The Pirates, with a record of 77-76, have lost one game less than the Mets who are 79- 77. The Cardinals are 76-80 and the fading Expos 75-80. TUG SAVES 24TH Wayne Garrett drove in the Wing and winning runs with a two-run triple in the sixth and Tug McGraw picked up his 24th save as the Mets won their sixth in a row. Ken Brett, who had 13 vic- tories Aug. 11. finally picked up his 14th Sunday' for the Phillies, helping himself with a two-run single that capped a five-run rally in the eighth. Steve Garvey and Tom Paciorek slugged two-run homers as the Dodgers prevented the Reds from clinching the National League West pennant. Cincinnatti is assured of at least a tie and a single loss by the Dodgers or win by the Reds will end the race. Dick Dietz and Frank Tepedino hit homers for the Braves while Hank Aaron, who hit the 712th homer of his career Saturday night, sat the game out. Moves in on net Darreil Zaparniuk, (in white) moves in on the first game of the season. Longhorns open the net Sunday in exhibition hockey action at Henderson Alberta Junior Hockey League in Blairmore this Lake Ice Centre. Cleland and his mates, the Leth- coming Sunday. bridge Longhorns, trounced Kimberley 14-2 in Orioles meet Oakland Old times back again THE CANADIAN PRESS It will seem like old times when baseball's American League playoff series opens at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 6. The rivals will be Baltimore Orioles, who clinched the American League East title Dolphins stopped THE CANADIAN PRESS George Blanda's toe gave Oakland Raiders all the points they needed Sunday to beat Miami Dolphins 12-7 and end their National Football League winning streak at 18 games. The 46-year-old Blanda kick- ed four field goals as the Super Bowl champion Dolphins lost their first playoff or regular season game since 1971. They had already lost an exhibition game this year. In Sunday's other games, St. Louis Cardinals stunned Washington Redskins 34-27, New York Jets blitzed Baltimore Colts 34-10, San Diego Chargers walloped Buf- falo Biiis 34-7, Pittsburgh Steelers bombed Cleveland Browns 33-6, Los Angeles Rams smothered Atlanta Falcons 31-0, Cincinnati Bengals topped Houston Oilers 24-10, Kansas City Chiefs nipped New England Patriots 10-7, Minnesota Vikings turned back Chicago Bears 22-13, San Francisco 49ers outlasted Denver Bron- cos 36-34, New York Giants tied Philadelphia Eagles 23- 23, and Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers tied 13-13. New Orleans Saints play Dallas Cowboys at Dallas tonight. For the six games telecast at home because of the lifting of the blackout, there were 326 fans who bought tickets but failed to attend, bringing the two-week total for 16 games to "We'll start all over Miami coach Don Shula said after Blanda. playing in his 300th regular-season pro game, kicked field goals of 12, 46, 19 and 10 yards. EQUAL MARK The loss forced the Dolphins to settle for a share of the NFL's unbeaten record. Chicago Bears, in 1933-34 and again in 1941-42, had 18-game winning streaks. Donny Anderson scored three touchdowns and Don Shy returned a kickoff 97 yards for the Cardinals as they made Washington's "Over-the-Hill Gang" look its age. The Jets used eight interceptions to beat the Colts, but lost quarterback Joe Namath for eight weeks or more with a shoulder separation. John Unitas brought his career passing total to yards and threw touchdown passes to Gary Garrison and James Thaxton for the Chargers. The loss was the fourth in a row at Three Rivers Stadium for the Browns, who still haven't scored a touchdown there. John Hadl threw two touchdown passes for the Rams, who scored their first shutout at home since moving to Los Angeles 27 years ago. Essex Johnson and Bobby Clark ran for Cincinnati touchdowns. Willie Ellison's touchdown and Jan Stenerud's field goal gave the Chiefs their win over the surprisingly tough Patriots. Fred Cox kicked five field goals for the Vikings, the same number Bruce Gossett booted" for the 49ers. Gossett's fifth with 26 seconds to play decided the game. Pete Gogolak kicked a field goal as the final gun sounded to give the Giants their tie in their last game at Yankee Stadium before moving to New Haven's Yale Bowl. Backup quarterback Jim Del Gaizo started a march that began at Green Bay's 27 with to play and ended with a 24-yard field goal by Chester Marcol with 19 seconds to play that gave the Packers their tie. Saturday, and Oakland Athletics, who wrapped up the West Sunday. The Orioles have won the East four times in the five years since divisional play was established. The World Champion Athletics, who lost out to Baltimore in the 1971 playoffs, clinched their third West title in a row when they beat Chicago White Sox 10-5 at Chicago. Baltimore's 7-1 win over Milwaukee Brewers combined with Boston's 4-3 loss to Detroit Tigers to knock the second-place Red Sox out of contention on Saturday. In Sunday's other games, Detroit blanked Boston 3-0, Baltimore edged Milwaukee 2- 1, Kansas City Royals beat Texas Rangers 7-4, California Angels outslugged Minnesota Twins 15-7 and New York Yankees swept Cleveland In- dians 9-1 and 2-1. In Saturday's other games, the Twins shaded the Angels 4- 3. the Athletics trounced the White Sox 9-3, the Indians topped the Yankees 5-1 and the Royals defeated the Rangers 5-3. Vida Blue became Oakland's third 20-game winner, joining Jim Hunter and Ken Holtzman, and Sal Bando drove in three runs for the Athletics. Win exhibition tilt 14-2 Longhorns impress IMPORTANT NOTICE from FLEMING MOTORS LTD. Due to our low inventory of 1974 Chrysler, Plymouth cars, we will unfortunately not be able to hold our New Model Introduction on Sept. 25, 1973, as advertised by our manufacturer. Watch for our Road Show 74 as products become available. FLEMING MOTORS LTD. GAY H. FLEMING, VICE-PRESIDENT The Lethbridge Longhorns came up with an impressive showing in their initial game as a junior hockey club at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre Sunday afternoon. The Longhoras, who landed ;i franchise in the six-team Alberta Junior Hockey League this season, scored an easy 14-2 exhibition victory over the visiting Kimberley .Junior Knights. Some 500 local fans were more than pleased with the Longhorns' debut as they cheered them on to a 6-1 lead after the opening period and 12-1 by the end of the second. Darreil Zaparnuik led the Longhorns with a three-goal performance while Bruce Small. Ron Krikke and Bernie Syrenne added two apiece. Singles came off the sticks of Dave Hogan. Brent Cleland, Cary Craig. Darcy O'SuIlivan ;ind Randy Jpevanazzo while Konl Meller replied twice for the Knights. The Longhorns also picked up two of live major penalties along with one of three game misconducts. The Longhorns used the ex- hibition tilt as a tune-up for their A.IIIL season opener this Sunday in Blairmore against ilic Pass Red Devils. Their first home game will be staged next Tuesday when they play a return match against the Devils. Meanwhile in Red Deer the Rustlers survived a series of penalties Saturday and battered Drumheller Falcons 10-2 in an Alberta Junior Hockey League exhibition game marred by 57 penalties totalling 247 minutes. Irv Bowles and Brian Stephenson scored two goals each to lead the Rustlers, who held period leads of 4-1 and 7- I. Single goals were added by Bob Haldane. Ron "Lecuyer. dmy Rissling. Larry Bowyer, Kelly Burin and Bill Haynes. Marksmen for Drumheller were Trent Currie and Dennis Wallis. The Rustlers, who outshot Drumheller 47-28, served 17 of 30 minor penalties, eight of 15 majors and three of five game misconducts. They also drew two of six 10-minute miscon- ducts. Lethbridge MINOR HOCKEY REGISTRATIONS ADAMS ICE CENTRE One Week Only! Thurs., Sept. 27 through Wed., Oct. 3 Thurs., Fri., Wed., Sept. 27, 28, Oct. 1, 2 and 3 to p.m. each night. Sat. and Sun., Sept. 29 and 30 12 noon to p.m. each day. NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED! Lelhbridge Office Furniture Ltd. Lower Level 7th St. Shopping Mall Lethbrldge ._. a Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eaet W L Pet. GBL New York 79 77 .506 Pittsburgh..... 77 76 .503 ST. Louis...... 76 80 .487 3 Chicago....... 75 80 .484 3va Montreal 75 80 .484 Philadelphia 69 87 .442 10 West Cincinnati 96 60 .615 Los Angeles 91 66 .580 San FRancisco. 86 70 .551 10 Houston....... 78 79 .497 Atlanta........ 75 82 .478 San Diego..... 58 98 .372 38 TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Moose (11-11) and Briles (13-13.) at Montreal Renko (14- 11) and McAnally (7-7) San Diego Troedson (7-8) at Cin- cinnati Brimsley (13-9) or Baney (1-1) San Francisco Bryant (23-11) at Houston Reuss (15-12) SATURDAY'S RESULTS New York 2 St. Louis 0 San Francisco 5 San Diego 2 Cincinnati 11 Los Angeles 9 Chicaqo 5 Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 4 Houston 2 Pittsburgh at Montreal, postponed. SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Pittsburgh 100 001 7 1 Montreal 010 002 9 0 Kison R. Hernandez (7) and Sanguillen; Stoneman Caskey C. Taylor Walker (8) and Boc- cabella. HR: SECOND Pittsburgh 010 060 8 0 Montreal 001 002 8 1 Ellis Giusti (6) and May: Torrez M. Scott Montague Moore Jarvis Marshall (9) and Boccabella. HR: Lyttle Chicago 100 300 16 3 Philadelphia 400 000 12 1 Reuschel. Burris Locker Hooton Paul (8) and Hundley. Rudloph Brett Diorio (9) and Boone. HR: Fan- zone Atlanta 020 201 13 0 Houston 000 000 240 Harrison J. Niekro (9) and Dietz. Casanova Wilson Pizarro Cosgrove Ray Upshaw (9) and Jutze. HRs: Tepedino St. Louis 200 000 8 0 New York 001 012 9 0 Thompson. Folkers Pena (4-4) Hraboosky Segui (7) and Simmons: Stone. Parker (8-3) McGraw (7) and Grote. HRs: San Diago 200 013 12 0 San Fran 100 100 9 13 1 Kirby, Caldwell Corkins Ross (4-4) (9) and Kendall; Bradley. Moffitt McMahon Sosa (10-4) Carrithers and Willoughby (9) and Rader. Sadek HRs: (2) Kendall Roberts SF_Feutes McCovey Cincinnati 000 100 3 1 Los Angeles 220 200 7 3 Norman Nelson Carroll (8) and Bench; John Brewer (8) and Yeager. HRs: Kosco Paciorek LEAGUE LEADERS National League AB R H Pet. Rose. Cin 658 113 226 .343 Cedeno. Hou 508 83 160 .315 Watson. Hou 560 93 176 .314 T Perez Cin 554 71 173 312 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY NHL EXHIBITION Atlanta 4 Buffalo 3 N.Y. Islanders 3 California 1 Montreal 3 Chicago 3 Minnesota 5 Toronto 4 Vancouver 3 Los Angeles 1 WHA Exhibition Quebec 3 New England 1 Roanoke EHL 5 Vancouver 2 Western League Exhibition Springfield AHL 3 Portland WHL 2 Southern Ontario Welland 8 Guelph 7 Western Canada Exhibition Regina 2 Saskatoon 2 Medicine Hat 8 Edmonton 4 Flin Flon 9 Winnipeg 2 Victoria WCHL 13 Nanaimo BCJHL 1 SATURDAY NHL Exhibition Atlanta 4 N.Y Islanders 4 Montreal 5 Boston 3 California 8 Pittsburgh 1 St. Louis 5 Detroit 4 Vancouver 5 Los Angeles 2 N.Y. Rangers 10 Philadelphia 3 WHA Exhibition Toronto 5 Cleveland 2 B.C. Junior Exhibition Vernon 6 Kelowna 1 Western Inter' Exhibition Kimberley 5 Cranbrook 3 Western Canada Exhibition Kamloops 5 Calgary 3 Western League Portland WHL 4 Springfield AHL 1 American League AB R H Pet. Carew. Min 559 91 195 .349 Munson, NY 505 80 155 .307 T. Davis, Bal 541 53 166 .307 D. May. Mil 609 95 186 .305 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Baltimore...... 93 62 .600 Boston........ 83 72 .535 10 Detroit 83 72 .535 10 New York 77 79 .494 Milwaukee..... 72 83 .465 21 Cleveland 68 88 .436 25 Vi West Oakland....... 92 64 .590 Kansas City 85 71 .545 7 Minnesota..... 77 78 .497 Chicago....... 74 81 .481 17 California...... 74 81 .477 17V4 Texas......... 54 102 .346 38 TODAY'S GAMES Boston Pattin (13-15) at Detroit Holdsworth (0-0) Minnesota Fife (2-2) at Oakland Odom (5-1.2) Texas Brobert (4-9) at California Wright (11-19) or Singer (19-13) SATURDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 7 Milwaukee 1 Minnesota 6 California 3 Detroit 4 Boston 3 Oakland 9 Chicago 3 Cleveland 5 New York 1 Kansas City 5 Texas 3 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Boston 000 000 1 0 Detroit 001 001 5 1 Tiant (19-13! and Montgomery; Coleman (22-15) and Freehan. HRs: (2) FIRST New York 021 132 140 Cleveland 000 100 8 0 Stottlemyre (15-16) and Dempsey: Tidrow Kekich (5) and Dun- can. HHs: (2) Velez (2) SECOND New York 001 000 9 1 Cleveland 000 000 9 1 Medich (13-9) McDaniel (8) and Munson; Wilcox (8-9) and Ellis. Duncan Texas 100 030 7 1 Kansas City 023 100 8 3 Bibby Henninger Shellenback Gogolewski Hudson Allen (8) and Billings; Splittorff Bird (7) and Taylor. HRs: Grieve California 502 004 15 0 Minnesota 000 002 7 13 2 Ryan and Torborg; Decker Bane Albury Campbell (9) and Borgmann. HR: Cal Robinson Oakland 003 250 16 0 Chicago 000 000 5 7 1 Blue Pina (8) and Fosse; Wood McGlothlin (5) and Brinkman. HRs: Baltimore 000 010 2 2 Milwaukee 000 000 9 0. McNally Watt (7) and Robles; Slaton (13-14) and Moore. HRs: Coggins FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY CFL Montreal 19 Toronto 10 Calgary 13 B.C. 12 NFL Pittsburgh 33 Cleveland 6 Philadelphia 35 N.Y. Giants 23 Cincinnati 24 Houston 10 Kansas City 10 New England 7 Green Bay 13 Detroit 13 N. Y. Jets 34 Baltimore 10 St. Louis 34 Washington 27 Minnesota 22 Chicago 13 Oakland 12 Miami 7 Los Angeles 31 Atlanta 0 San Diego 34 Buffalo 7 San Francisco 36 Denver 34 SATURDAY CFL Ottawa 32 Edmonton 20 U.S. College Southern Cal 23 Georgia Tech 6 Nebraska 31 N. Carolina State 14 Alabama 28 Kentucky 14 Michigan 47 Stanford 10 Penn State 39 Navy 0 Notre Dame 44 Northwestern 0 Tennessee 37 Army 18 Auburn 31 Tenn.-Chatanooga 0 Oklahoma State 38 Arkansas 6 Colorado 28 Wisconsin 25 Missouri 31 Virginia 7 Louisiana State 28 Texas A and M 23 Florida 14 Southern Mississippi 13 UCLA 55 Iowa 18 Western Intercollegiate Manitoba 26 British Columbia 16 Alberta 21 Calgary 15 Canadian Football League Eastern Conference W L T F A Toronto 5 3 1 158 160 11 Ottawa 5 4 0 176 166 10 Montreal 4 4 1 153 175 9 Hamilton .3 4 0 156 120 6 LEADERS: TD C F S Pts Organ, O Q 15 23 0 84 Andrusyshyn. T 0 15 10 10 55 Sunter, H 0 17 11 3 53 Sweet. M 0 16 10 1 47 Western Conference W L T F A Pts Sask. 7 2 0 199 168 14 Edm. 5 4 0 197 183 10 Calgary 5 4 0 139 164 1ft B.C. 3 7 0 166 217 .6 Winnipeg 270 155 166 4 LEADERS: TD C F S Pts Cutlnr. E 0 16 23 4 89 Abendschan. S 0 22 10 5 57 Robinson. C 0 11 11 3 47 Jonas. W 2 9 5 3 39 See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off the Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. "Your Firestone Dealer" Complete Tire Sales and Service 4021st Ave. S. Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;