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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 25, 1970 STARTING OFFENSIVE LINE Winsnton Churchill Bulldogs meet Catholic Central Cougars tonight at Henderson Park at eight and ex- pected to keep the Cougar defence at bay are these five offensive line- men. Left to right, tackle, Tom Irvine, guard Dallas Nesbitt, centre Gerry Gardin, guard Lloyd Schwartz and tackle Wally Mets Idle, Drop Back Another One Half Game Pirates, Cubs Both Register Victories By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The whacky National League East title fight resumes tonighl with all three contenders look ing, for a change, like contend- ers. New York Mets, tied for sec- ond place with Chicago Cubs 214 games behind Pittsburgh Pir- ates, open a three game series with the Pirates. The Cubs, meanwhile, will be watching the numbers on the Scoreboard anc Philadelphia Phillies on the field. The Pirates prepared for their showdown with New York by whipping Montreal Expos 8-0 Thursday night as Luke Walker scattered seven hits and Gene Alley drove in four runs with a triple and two singles. Chicago moved into a second- place tie with the idle Mets by whacking St. Louis Cardinals 7-1 on Ken Holtzman's seven-hitter. In other games Thursday, San Diego Padres shut out Atlanta Braves 5-0, Baltimore Orioles took Detroit Tigers 7-4, Boston Red Sox edged Washington Sen- ators 4-3 and Milwaukee Brew- ers dropped California Angels 7-3. Pittsburgh md Chicago, both Motorcycle Club Holds Championship The Lethbridge Motocyco Club will hold it's fall cham- pionship hill climbs this Sun- day September 27. Entry foes for all events will be with the exception of the 100 cc open class, which will be 51. Riders from Alberta and Montana are expected and will get their chances to take home a trophy in all the events ex- cept the open class which will offer prize money instead. Spectator admission will be for everyone, but the under twelve group which will be admitted free of charge. The championships begin at 1 p.m. at the club grounds just north of the city. To get to the site, head north on ninth or thirteenth street and follow the signs arranged for your convenience. staggering lately, looked solid for a change Thursday. And the idle Mets, trying to pump some life back into their pennant hopes, rallied in the late innings for a pair of victories against Philadelphia earlier in the week. The Pirates, who had dropped two of three to the Expos before Thursday, gave Walker plenty of offensive support, battering four Montreal pitchers for li hits. Alley was the key man, sin gling home one of three runs the Pirates scored when the] bunched five hits in the third in Leafs Hit By Injuries Sanderson Suspended By THE CANADIAN PRESS Derek Sanderson had an of day Thursday, one he'd soono forget. He was supposed to fly out o Montreal Thursday morning foi Boston Bruins' London, Ont. based training camp. All the flights were booked solid. Then while waiting for an aft ernoon flight he heard the Bruins had suspended him. MONTREAL Derek Sanderson, suspended bj Boston Bruins Thursday, wil return to the club's Nationa' Hockey League training camp at London, Ont., today. Boston -attorney Bob Wool said he had talked to Bruins coach Tom Johnson, who saic the colorful Sanderson has per- mission to return to the camp but must pay his own living ex- penses until he settles his con- .ract differences with the Bos- en club. don't know what it's all Sanderson said Thurs- day night. "They (the Bruins) iiave never told me I'm sus- pended. "The first thing I knew about it was when a Boston writer tel- ephoned me here to tell me about he said from his Montreal hotel. "I had gone to a flight to London but the flights were all booked and I couldn't get on." Woolf, who is negotiating contract for Sanderson said: "I hope they didn't act too lastily. I'm very disturbed Kcause contract talks were joing well and I hope this isn't a form of intimidation.' Sanderson has been working out with Boston but refuses to day any pre-season games until us contact is settled. Meanwhile, rumors were rampant around Montreal that veteran Claude Provost was heading for the Canadiens' farm Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magroth Drive WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Your Headquarters For: Imperial Oil Products Fishing Licenses Stereo Tapes Garden Supplies Campfire Equipment Fishing Supplies Bar-B-Q Supplies For your convenience headquarters for: HUNTING LICENCES and AMMUNITION We Now Fill Propane Bottles MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-1046 Licensed Mechanic On Duly from 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m. Monday (hru Friday. team, Montreal Voyageurs, asj Ron Caron, Voyageurs gen playing-ccacli of the American Hockey League club. The 37-year-old veteran regular-season games with the Canadiens is far down the list of right wingers out with the Canadiens and did not make the trip to Halifax this week. SUSPENDED Boston Bruins suspended Derek San- derson indefinitely Thursday for failing to report to train- ing camp. Steady Play Keeps Lead MADRID (AP) Steady but unspectacular play by the youngsters of the American .earn Thursday, lengthened the Jnited States lead in the Eisen- lower Cup world team golf championship. Victor Rcgalado of Mexico took individual honors in the second round with a five-under- par 67. Canada and New Zealand were tied in fourth spot with a otal score of 434. The young American team urned in a total of 213, three under par, for the second con- ecutive day. Only the top three scorers for each nation count. Keith Alexander of Calgary continued to be the Canadian >acesetter, firing a 71 Thursday or a two-round total of 143. He rails Regalado by four 'strokes. Wavnc McDonald of Oakville, rounds of 72-73 for 145, me stroke better than Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Ont., whose 73 Thursday matched his ipening round. The fourth member of the Ca- ladian contingent, Stu Hamilton Brampton, Ont., also Hatched his first-round 75. The 426 American total was even strokes ahead of Mexico and South Africa, tied lor sec- nd at 433. eral manager who took over tin dual role of coach when A McNeil was elevated to Cana dien coach Claude Ruel's assist ant, said Thursday no offer ha. been made yet "but it's the works." The Canadiens are rich in right-wing talent this season with Mickey Redmond, Yvon Cournoyer, Claude Larose, Bill Collins, Leon Rochefort, Rejean Houle and Phil Roberto ratec ahead of Provost. Two stumbling blocks await the o f f i c i a 1 announcement- Provost must be waived out o the NHL by all teams and he also must be prepared to accept the new position. Toronto Mapie Leafs reportet a rash of minor from their Gardens Workout. Randy Murray, a rookie defenceman stopped a shot with his ankle and will be sidelined indefi- nitely. Two other rookies, Dar- ryl Sittler and Guy Trottier, suf- fered cuts requiring stitches. They joined another rookie de- fenc.eman, Brad Selwood, on the recent injury list. Selwcod in- jured his right wrist in Toron- to's 3-0 loss to Minnesota Wednesday night. Already plagued by injuries, the Leafs have been without de- fencemen Rick Lev and Jim Dorey for most of ther pre-sea- son training camp. Forward Brit Selby is also nursing an in- jury and centre Dave Keon ha: feft camp until his contract dis- pute is settled. The NHL's pre-season sched- ule continues tonight on three fronts. Boston plays Detroit Red Wings at Port Huron, Mich., Oakland Seals and St. Louis Blues meet at Sudbury, Ont., and Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings are at Ed- monton. Rustlers Triumph EDMONTON (CP) Red Jeer Rustlers dumped Edmon- .on Movers 7-2 in a hard-lut- ing Alberta Junior Hockey jeague exhibition game Thurs- day night. There were 23 penalties in he game, including four ma- ors and three game miscon- ducts. The Rustlers received 16 xvialties, including two majors and two game misconducts. Red Deer got two goals from )oug Stumpf and singles from Evan McPliedran, Ken Mc- .asli, Reno Fiipola, Brian )gilvie and Leo McDougal. Doug Clark and Bob Cutler 'scored for the Movers. AVIMUE STRUT, JTMIT 4 3rd AViHUE, LITHIMDGE, ALIUTA REQUIRES BODYMEN Prefer Journeymen but will consider year appren- tice. Good working conditions and usual company benefits. Apply Dean Marker COLLEGE MERCURY BODY SHOP 1916 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-5763 ning. He singled another home in the sixth and then tripled for two more in the seventh. "Everybody had doubted that we could said Alley. "But we're still in first place. They have to catch us." The Mets would need a three- game sweep to accomplish that this weekend. New York and Chicago each have seven games to play and the Pirates have six. HOPES HEALTHY The Cubs, who play three games in Philadelphia before finishing the season with four in New York, kept their hopes healthy by whipping the Cardi- nals. Chicago shattered a 1-1 tie with four runs in the sixth in- ning with a bad-hop single and a juggled grounder playing key roles in the rally. Glenn Beckert opened with a walk and raced to third when Tommy Davis' bouncer hopped through the Astro turf infield for a single. Ron Santo bounced to Dal MaxviU but the Cardinal shortstop juggled the potential double play ball and had to set- tle for a forceout as Beckert scored. Jim Hickman doubled one run home and Randy Hundley's sin- gle and a wild throw by Lou Brock resulted in two more. Billy Williams' 200th hit of the season helped Chicago's two-run rally in the seventh. Argonauts Injury Free For Stampeder Meeting TORONTO (CP) Toron Argonauts, pre-season favorit' to represent Uie East in th year's Grey Cup football cla sic, meet Calgary Stampede in a Canadian Football Leagu interlocking game Sunday, rel tivcly free of injuries. Defensive halfback Die Thornton comes off the injiu reserve list Saturday. Runhir back Dave Haimey, backs Chip Barrett and Jin Tomlin, offensive linema Danny Nykoluk and end M Profit have recovered from ir juries. The only definite non-starle is flanker Bobby Taylor, still r covering from knee surgery. Argos, who havs won foi games and lost four, are ir third place in the Eastern Fee ball Conference, two points ou of first and two points ahead last-place Ottawa Rough Riders "1 think I could have playe two weeks Thornton sai Thursday, "but I was on the 3f day list" EVERYTHING 'OK' "I'm sure everything is 0 but getting your confidenc back is the big thing. I've bee cutting OK but the first time get hit will be the big test.... Tomlin has been handicappe by an injury to his left ankle bi is expected to play Sunda; "It's not normal, but it's muc says Tomlin. Racial Bitterness Continues SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) Emerging bitterness between black and white players on the Syracuse University foot- ball team, apparently soothed for Saturday's game against Kansas, showed signs Thurs- day of spilling over into the surrounding city. A group of about 100 Negro residents and students went to city hall Thursday and read Mayor Lee Alexander a state- ment "calling for a strike of the game Saturday." The action followed declara- tions by some white athletes Wednesday that they would not play in the Kansas game because of the way in which eight suspended black players were reinstated on the team. The black players had boy- cotted spring practice and had not been invited back for early practice by Coach Floyd (Ben) Schwartzwaider. They were returned to the team roster Tuesday after a series of meetings that saw university officials huddled with Alexander, Human Rights Commissioner Robert J. Mangum of New York and tbs 63-meniber squad. The Negroes had accused the athletic department and the football staff, in particu- lar, of racial bias, which tire university denied, and were suspended Aug. 1 after reject- ing a university offer that in- cluded a statement of commit- ment to the team and its coaches. Gretel II Upsets Intrepid NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) They've postponed the funer indefinitely. Australia's Gretel II wa scheduled to be buried at se Thursday with a fourth an final triumph by America's In trepid to nail down the Amer ica's Cup for another thre years. Instead the Australians ros from the beat their American rivals in neck-and-neck homestretch rac to bring the best-of-7 match to 3-1 score for the Americans. It may have been the mos exciting finish in all the 11 years of racing for the old tro- phy. The result of racing luc' and a racing mistake of oceani proportion. Intrepid's Bill Ficker took i like a skipper should. H balmed it on himself. ISN'T DONE The one thing that isn't don in match racing such as for th cup is for a leading boat not t match every move of a trailini boat. If left uncovered, the trail ing yacht can go elsewher gambling on a wind shift or priMte puff of wind to sneak bj the boat ahead. That is what happened t Gretel II when she slid past In trepid a mile from the finis: after the U.S. yacht had led al the way around the 24.3-mile tri angular course and seemed a sure winner of the race and the cup. "We felt in a medium breeze we had as good boat speed a: they but did not accelerate a: fast after tacking so we wouli cover them I o o s e 1 sail Ficker. "A loose cover is good but not too loose. On the last leg it was disastrous." "Tactical error? It was tactical said In trepid's cockpit genius, Steve Van Dyck. Intrepid had a seemingly in surmountable one-minute, two second lead rounding the next to-last buoy and heading for th barn, 414 miles upwind. But the wind, which had been fresh 13 knots from eas' northeast at the start, hat weakened to about six knots More important, it had been moving all during the race more to the east. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES IETHBRIDGE for Estimates Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, SEPT. 28 8.30 p.m. NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH DAVE RUHL vs SWEET DADDY SIKI Sweetan vs vs Pirit Christy Bros, vs Sullivan and Cannon Pacehiono vs Ursus Admission Box Office Opens p.m. Wolch STAMPEDE WRESHING on CJtH-TVI Barrett's injured ankle has been slow in responding to treatment and he missed the Argos' last loss to Montreal Alouel'es, ec-lcaders in the EFC with Hamilton Ti- ger-Cats. Coach Leo Caliill also an- nounced Thursday that flanker Tommy Bland has been waived through the CFL. He may, how- ever, be restored to active duty if Cahill feels Thornton, Tomlin or another import needs more time to convalesce. Bulldogs See Action The Winston Churchill Bull- dogs, the only team in the Southern Alberta High School Football League yet to see action this season will meet head-on with the Catholic Central Cougars tonight. Last weekend the defending champion Cougars defeated the LCI Rams 27-6 to open the 1970 season. In the two games the Bull- dogs played against the Cou- gars last season they failed to score a single point. Coach Pete Neufeld has decided to try a new offensive attack running from a revised T-forniation. In this system two halfbacks are used instead of a fullback along with a quarterback and two flankers. Rod BoIIinger has been call- ed on to call the signals while Ken Nakama and Darrel Wil- son will handle the halfback po- sitions. Doug Nakama and Cyril Pat- son will run from the flanker spots. Coach Neufeld feels that his club can give the Cougars some tough competition if they play according to their capabilities. In addition, if his defensive squad can hold off Hie power- ful Cougar's offence it should increase their chances. Game lime is slated for 8 p.m. at the Henderson Ball Park. Eskimos Sigu Backfielder EDMONTON (CP) R. C. Gamble, 24, a fullback cut by Boston Patriots of the Ameri- can Football League, has been signed by Edmonton Eskimos to replace injured Alan Pit- caithley. The Western Football Confer- ence club announced the sign- ing today. Gamble, SDC-tlires and 222 pounds, started with Boston two years ago as a rookie ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati Los Angeles San Francisco Atlanta -iouston San Diego 70 69 West 72 61 .631 .5J2 .54! .471 .465 .39! TODAY'S GAMES .St. Louis Canton 9-19 at Montreal O'Donoghue 2-3 N Chicago Pappas 12-8 at Philadelphia Wise 12-13 N New York Koosman 11-7 Bt Pitts- jurgh Moose 11-10 N Houston Wilson 10-6 at Atlanta Reed 7-10 N Los Angeles osleen 15-13 at Cincin- nati MCGIothlin 14-9 N San Diego Oobson 12-15 at San Fran- cisco Reberger 7.4 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 110 004 7 0 "t. Louis .100 000 7 1 Holtzman (17-11) and Hundley; Tor- ez (8-10) Taylor (7) Briles (8) and .immcns. HR: Montreal ooa 000 171 ittsburgh 030 012 G 15 1 Renko (12-11) strohmayer (6) Mc- Inn (6) Raymond (7) and Baleman; Walker (15-6) and Sangulllen. San Diega 010 00! 5111 Atlanta ooo 000 0 6 0 Roberts (a-13) and Cannizzaro; Mc- Queen (0-5) Barber! (9) and Simmons. HRs: (35) Gaston LEAGUE LEADERS Carty, Atl Clemente, Pgh B. Williams, Cht anguillen, Pgh Chi orre, StL Cin W. Parker, LA AB R H Pet. All S-i 175 .367 405 65 143 .353 610 13-1 200 .328 473 61 155 .328 493 99 159 .323 599 85 193 .322 620 119 50! .322 83 189 .320 olan, Cln 571 107 181 .317 Jastnn, SD 560 89 177 .316 Home Runs: Bench, Cin, 45; B. Wil- lams, Chi, 42. Runs Batted in: Bench, 144; Perez, In 129. Pitching: SFmpson, Cin, 14-3, .824; ilbson, StL, 23-6, .793. W Washington 67 71 Pel. .651 .571 .ill .452 GBL .606 .545 .533 25 13 55 Baltimore New York Boston'........83 Detroit ..........76 75 70 West Minnesota Oakland California Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago TODAYS GAMES Oakland Odom 8-7 at California Wright 21-11 N Minnesota Blvleven 1D-B at Kansas City Bunker 2-10 N Milwaukee Lockwood 4-11 at Chica- go John 11-16 and Janesk! 10-16 N Baltimore McNally 23-9 at Cleveland 1-0 N Boston Culp 16-14 at Washington Shel- lenback 6-6 N Detroit Lolich 13-18 and Nlekro 12-13 at New York Bahnsen 14-11 and 6-4 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Boston 202 000 T 3 Washington too 300 370 Moret, Romo (7-3) Bolin 19) and Montgomery; Hannan (9-10) Cox (4) Pina (7) Knowles (9) and Casanova. HRs: Bos-T. Conioliaro (2) Detroit altimor Hlller (5-5) McRae (6) Scherman (71 and Price; Cuellar (24-8) and Elch- ebarren. HRs: Robinson (18) Blair (2) California 000 003 3111 Milwaukee 240 100 7110 Bradley (2-5) Allen (3) Cox (6) .K Tatum (7) and Azcue; Morris O2) Gelnar (6) Sanders (8) and Roof. HRs: MilT-Harper LEAGUE LEADERS R H Pet. 79 191 .325 94 195 .324 5-19 121 176 .321 548 86 173 .316 450 62 138 .307 570 107 174 .305 A. Johnson, Cal Oliva, Min Yastrzemski, Bos Aparicro, Chi POSES, Cle R. Smith, BOS Munson, NY Cater, NY _ 587 5B 132 .303 6A 173 300 F. Robinson, Bal 45S 84 137 .300 Tovar, Min 634 116 190 .300 Home Runs: F. Howard, Wash, 42; Killebrew, Min, 41. Runs Batted In: F. Howard, 123; J. 'dwell, Bal, 112. Pitching: Cuellar, Bal, 24-8, .750j McNally, Bal, 23-9 .719, The "BOSS" (TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER) Best of the New Breed of High Traction Winter Tires. Kelly-Springfield's finest glas bolted Polyester Cord Tire with lop winter traction and for more mileage than our best continental winter tire. ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 407 li> Avt SouHi .317-6886 or 317-444S ;