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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 25, 1974 Race results ANDY LAPP CALGARY (CP) PdrK results Tuesday FIRST 800 claiming 3 year olds mile Soccer coaches clinic EDMONTON A clinic intended to upgrade soccer coaching standards in Alberta ib scheduled lor Oct 19 20 and 26-27 at Red Deer College The thnic co sponsored bv Alberta Culture Youth and Recreation the Canadian and Alberta Soccer Associations and the college is aimed at prehmmarv and intermediate soccer coaches Practical sessions will take place at the estpark Soccer Field The clinic features films and skill sessions on passing shooting dribbling and tackling and other sessions deal with the laws of the game positional plav and soccer principles Coaching staff for the clinic include head instructor Bill Thomson from Ottawa technical co ordmator of the Canadian Soccer Association and Rupert Goldberger s soccer coaching director assisted Peter Lsher Ken Dickson and Wolf Renner Registration fee is S5 and the deadline for registration is Oct 12 For more information contact Julius Fodor sports consultant Alberta Culture and Recreation 14th floor CN Tower Edmonton 429 6b21 HOGAN PLT ON TRIAL (CP) British Columbia Lions placed Canadian wide receiver Bill Hogan on a five dav trial with the Canadian Football League club Hogan 24 was released tnis vear b% Edmonton Eskimos during exhibition The 5-foo 9 180-pound pass catcher four CFL games with Calgary m 1972 uhen he was drafted br the Stampeders BIDI A-nour (Giesbrecht) 6 20 4 40 260 Shot O Scotch (Whittle) 730 4 20 Dancing Dominion (Olhve) 2 60 Time 1 40 1 5 Sister Wolfe Alkie Countess Aurelius Whisper To Me Brother Beau Red Trojan also ran SECOND S1 500 claiming 6 furlongs Gomes (Coombs) 7 30 4 40 3 10 May Trip (Norris) 820 530 Erics Own (D Wiseman) 310 Time 1 13 Quillation White Winter Fun Sale Obligation Chinos Haydn Green Port Angie Sue also ran DAILY DOUBLE 00 THIRD 51 500 claiming 6 furlongs Terraro (Ol'ive) 7 90 420 300 Prairie Hill (D Wiseman) 11 30 520 Merry Muffet (Barroby) 2 90 Time 11245 Double Nat Beauco Regal Echo LensBirtiday Special StocK Proud Country Gmnies Boy also ran QUINELLA S3750 FOURTH 52 000 cla ming 1 1-8 miles Captors Street (Gold) 850 450 240 Kool Turk (D Wiseman) 380 2 50 Lord Lately (Sorenson) 2 30 Time 1 52 2-5 The Wisp If By Chance also ran FIFTH unavailable SIXTH unavailable SEVENTH S2 700 claiming 1 1-16 miles Sandswift (Giesbrecht) 1620 490 3 00 Powerful Pop (Gold) 3 50 2 70 Lace Princess (Sorenson) 3 50 Time 1 45 Cailim Nesh Prince Of Northlands Prince Go a'so ran EIGHTH S1 500 claiming 6 furlongs Juigadie (Olhve) 1560 860 500 Edith s Boy (D Wiseman) 6 40 5 30 Wmanca (Watson) 5 60 Time 1 12 Jake The Rake Pleiades Fortune Khamite Expanding Wee Tosca Roman Conquest Duel Fair also ran QUINELLA S5720 ATTENDANCE 3129 BETTING S232614 Dart league WOMEN S CITY DARTS Edwards Miners 21 Forester Miners 18 Wolstoncroft Legion 18 Fournier Miners 18 Fmnerty Legion 18 Manning A N A F 15 Miles A A F 14 Larson Miners 14 Spence Eks 14 Baceda Miners 13 H Black Legion 13 Sniels Miners 12 Fritz Legion 12 Ono'rychuk Legion 11 Hares Elks 11 Lukencfa Miners 11 Gadjostik AN A F 10 Martin Miners 9 Phaler Elks 9 Witham Legion 8 Milford A N A F 8 Stark Elks 3 Rudy Legion 7 A Glack Elks 4 NEXT GAMES A N A F Thu'sday fMARK MY I'VE 'I'll SOON FINO OUT THERE'S NOTHINX EXCEPT ANOTHER WOMAN.' Four interceptions, Liske's passing the key Upstart Stamps upset Alouettes CALGARY (CP) Calgan Stampeders pulled off one of the biggest upsets in the Cana- dian Football League this sea- son Tuesdav night with a 38-13 win over Montreal Alouettes But coach Calgarv Jim Wood was still singing the blues We re going to need a witch doctor to get readj for Saskatchewan Sunday said Wood after the Stampeders improved their record to 3 7 and moved to within four points of third-place Saskatchewan Roughnders in the Western Conference We have a whole flock of injuries and won t know until tomorrow I but it doesn t look good The injured players that had Wood concemed include wih defensive tackle John Helton with a muscle tear >n his side linebacker Mickev Doyle with a strained knee defen sive end Jim Bond also with a strained knee and defensive end Larrv Moore with a pull- ed hamstring Wood was cautious about as- sessing Calgary s chances of gaining the third and final playoff spot FELL APART Montreal now 7-3 and two points up on second-place Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the East fell apart at the begmn ing and never recovered Three Calgan interceptions led directh to Stampeder touchdowns and quarterback Peter Liske guided the Calgarv offence to 363 ards in the air and 53 on the ground When it counted Peter got us the points Wood said The offensive line did a helluva job giving him protec- tion but the main thing was that Pete stayed with the Football roundup CFL Eastern Conference W L F A Pts Montreal 7 3 226 169 14 Hamilton 6 4 170 155 12 Ottawa 5 6 174 166 10 Toronto 3 7 166 216 6 SCORING LEADERS TO C FGS 0 10 29 0 13 25 0 13 19 Organ 0 Sunter H Andrusyshyn T Sweet M Rogers M Nixon 0 Muller T Dalla Riva M Fleming H Western Edmonton BC Sask W nnioeg Calgary WFC LEADERS Cutler E MacMillan B C Hams B C Berg S McKee W Thompson S Rooinso" C YARDSTICKS First Downs vards Rushing Yards Passing Offence Passes Made Tr Interceptions Dunts Average Fumbles Penalties Yards 0 21 17 900 600 400 400 0 0 Pts 102 92 79 76 54 36 24 24 24 Conference 6 3 193 119 12 6 4 203 195 12 5 6 192 217 10 4 5 141 205 8 3 7 172 195 6 TD C FGS 0 19 16 5 72 0 17 14 13 72 led 900 0 21 10 0 11 8 600 087 MH 21 234 265 483 1333 0 6 44 0 0 14 96 0 54 2 53 7 42 0 36 4 33 Cal 17 53 363 416 '8 31 4 0 0 8-53 game plan and executed perfectly Liske got the Stampeders on the Scoreboard early in the first quarter with a 14-yard pass to Moody Jackson Several plays later Howard Starks picked off a pass by Montreal's Jimmy Jones and the Stampeders drove in to score on a 15-vard toss from Liske to Tom Forzani Less than a minute after the second touchdown linebacker Roger Goree grabbed a Jones pass and rumbled 25 yards into the end zone Cyril McFafl converted for a third time to give Calgary a 21 0 edge before about 20.000 wild- ly cheering fans GOT 7 POINTS BACK Jones got seven points back before the quarter ended on a 32-vard pass to Larry Smith that was converted by Don Sweet Calgary s Jim Silye snared a Jones pass at the Calgary 40 to set up the drive that ended when Don Wilhngham crashed over from the one Jones had a fourth pass picked off m the first half by Starks, but Cal- garv failed to turn that one into more points Less than one minute into the third quarter Liske hook- ed up with Jackson on a 97- touchdown bomb The rest of the scoring in the game was provided by Jones and Smith again on a 56-yard pass for Montreal and a 47-yard field goal by McFall, who made all the Calgary converts Despite the score the Alouettes hurt their own cause with 14 penalties for a loss of 96 vards YUGOSLAV COACHES OTTAWA (CP) Zlatko Cordas of Yugoslavia, a world-ranking table tennis player has been granted per- mission to continue as coach of the Canadian national team, the Canadian Table Tennis Association an- nounced Tuesday Mr Cordas 26 arrived in Canada in July and was forced to stop coaching in August when he was suspended by the Yugoslav Table Tennis Association The Canadian association appealed the decision Lefaive blasts Harold Ballard VANCOUVER (CP) Chairman Lou Lelaive ot the international committee of hockey Canada charged Mon- day night that Harold Ballard of Toronto Maple Leats is trying to complicate the financial picture in the current Canada-Russia international hockey series Lefaive said Ballard has refused to transfer to Hockey Canada s bank account about in receipts from the second game of the series in Maple Leal Gardens In Toronto, Ballard said the delay in transferring the receipts after the game last Thursdav was caused when an accountant was required for jury duty Later he suggested Hockey Canada needs the money to provide transportation to Russia for several unnecessary camp-followers of the World Hockev Association Lelaive said between periods of the 5-5 Canada-Russia deadlock at the Pacific Coliseum that the funds should have been transferred the day after the second game in Toronto Alter all, he demanded that the Toronto Toros pay a large sum ot money (about for their tickets belore he would release them for sale said Lefaive He got the money about two weeks ahead of time BLOCKED FILMING The Toros of the WHA were alloted 45 per cent of the tickets for the second game Letaive also blasted Ballard for refusing to allow employees working on a Hockey Canada film of the series access to Maple Leaf Gardens First he wanted 000 then he backed off that posi- tion because we said we wouldn t pay would just avoid shooting the game in Toronto On the night of the game Lefaive said Ballard again refused to allow the photographers in but one sneaked in General Manager Bill Hunter of Team Canada said in Toronto that Ballard was co-operative in providing time for both Canada and Russia to work out It 'orced some juggling oi schedules because the Leafs also were work ing out On Team Canada s first day m Toronto former Leaf Paul Henderson visited his former dressing room but general manager Jim Gregory asked him to leave Henderson quoted Gregory as saying Ballard 'might punch me in the nose Eight former Leafs are members of Team Canada 74 comprised ot WHA players World Football franchises drowning in pool of red ink ASSOCIATED PRESS A flash flood of red ink has drowned three World Football League franchises in the last week Seven days ago Houston Texans unable to obtain suf- ficient financial backing were moved to Shreveport La and renamed The Steamer Not much later the league was forced to assume opera tion of Jacksonville Sharks who will receive their first cheques in close to five weeks tonight before their game against Southern California Sun On Tuesday, New York Stars were moved to Charlotte N" C and Detroit funded the league for the last few a bankruptcy petition in U S District Court with outstanding debts of 5 million The moves by Houston and New York were the seventh and eighth shifts in the 12 team league s brief history Earlier Toronto Northmen moved to Memphis the original Memphis team shifted to Houston before 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