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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Seplomber 26, 1970 Rollinger Outstanding In 21-13 Win Bulldogs Surprise Catholic Central By LLOYD YAMAGISIII Herald Sports Writer "Beautiful, Peter Sakoia connected with I5ie convert which p u t the Cougars ahead 13-0 until the That was Uie cry of jubilant second quarter ended. Peter Neufcld, coach of .the The third quarter started ofi Winston Churchill Bulldogs as fs Bulldogs recovered a he guided liis club to a surpris- off a towering punt by irg'2113 victory over the Carh- on the Cougars one olic Central Cougars last even- line. Brian Veres tried to ng. Last season the Bulldogs did not score a single point on the defending champions, but proved to some fans that this year will be different. The Bulldogs punter and quar- terback Bod Bellinger was out- standing as he scored two ma- squccze through the Cougars' line, but was held to a stand still. Bollinger then called a quarterback sneak and filtered his way across the goal line lor his second touchdown of the game. Greg Hamilton then booted his second convert of the night and gave tire Bulldogs a 15-13 This completed the scoring for tire rest of the third quarter and most of the fourth quarter until Darrcl Wilson picked off a Hoyer pass and scampered 35 yards for the touchdown. This interception took place ivilh only one minute left In the game and killed Uio Cougars' chance of winning the contest. When the final gun shot was heard the Bulldogs carried home the victors banner over the Cougars fcr the first tame in some three years. Four Weekend Games On Tap New Quarterbacks In Action 1 It STICKS WERE HIGH Lethbridge Sugar Kings and ihe Mount Royal Cougars met in an exhibition Alberta Junior Hockey League game Friday evening at the Arena. A lolal of 32 penalties were called in the rowdy contest that saw the two clubs battle to an 8-8 lie. Contest Sees 32 40 yards. Bollinger not only called a good offensive attack, but lime and again sent the Cougars deep into their zone with his punting. Early in the first quarter the Cougars hit paydirt first when John Kostiuk scampered over from the six yard line. Jack Dudas attempted tJie convert and was wide leaving the score 6-0 in favor of the Cougars. The Bulldogs didn't get onto the score sheet until five minutes later when they were forced to kick on a third down situation. Bollinger let go a 53 yard punt into the end zone and picked up a single point when the Cougar's back conceded the run back. Cougar's quarterback Greg Royer could not muster up a first down on the 30 yard line when he attempted a pass on a third down 12 yards to go situation. The Bulldogs took possession on the Cougars 50 yard line and advanced to the 35 yard line where they were forced to try a field goal. The kick was short and the Cougar receiver ran the ball aack to his own 19 yard line. The ball exchanged hands for most of the second quarter until Bollinger hit Doug Nakama for a 25 yard pass and run play. Bollinger than called an end sweep where he carried the iall to the Cougars 14 yard line. During this play the Cougars were called for piling on and enabled the Bulldogs to hav.e jossession of the football on the Cougars 7 yard line with a first down goal to go situation. Afer two attempts by the Bulldogs failed, Bollinger himself struggled through the middle for the major. Greg Hamilton followed with the convert, putting the Bulldogs ahead s-6. The Cougars retaliated quick-y as Hoyer completed a beauti-ul 49 yard pass and run play to John Seaman for a quarterbacks who startec their seasons on Uie bench an Donald and newcomer Joe Mutch scored twice while singletons wsnt to Gary Paskuski, Alex Kogler, Dave Krook and Len Chalmers. Paskuski also added a trio of assists. Ian Hunter fired home three markers for the Cougars while Ron Leguillcoux and Don Blaney chipped in with a pair. A solo marker wont to Al Pollock. Sugar Kings will meet Calgary Centennials of the Western Canada Hockey League Monday evening at the Arena at Kings have a working agreement with the Calgary club. Meanwhile tonight in taber at nine o'clock the Centennials will play the Flin Flon Bombers as the new Taber Civic Centre is Touniey NEW YORK (AP) Dow Jones announced today that i has temporarily dropped the Dow Jones open gob tournament, the world's richest The inaugural tournamen was staged in August at the Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton, N.J. It followed by only a couple of weeks tht Wcstchester Classic in Harrison, N.Y. "The tournament was a sue cess in every phase except fin said Ed Roll, Dow Jones vice president and tour nament director. "It cost us about "We don't mtend to get out o golf. We hope to sponsor a pro amateur event in 1971 and perhaps return to the regular tour schedule in Had His On' step for a long-bruited match with Joe Frazier, who owns the title stripped from Clay-Clay was all business in his Chicago news conference to help Irv Schoenwald, longtime fight promoter, publicize closed circuit TV showing of the Clay-Quarry bout in this area. Clay, his neat black jacket loosely hanging, said fans already are eipected to view the fight nationally on closed circuit TV with a total of seats to be available. ASKED ABOUT POEM lie got into the discussion of his old-time pre-fight theatrics when somebody asked if he would have a poem for Quarry's fate. "First of snapped Clay, "Quarry is the world's No. 1 contender, and I'm making my comeback against the best not a stumble bum. "As for what I used to say before a fight, it was all a put-on and everybody bought it. It's just like your mayor or politician, kissing babies and looking up reporters to talk to on the street. But once they get elected, you have to make an appointment to see them." Was CHICAGO (AP) "It was all a put-on, and everybody bought it." Thus Cassius Clay, sidelined as world heavyweight boxing champion three and one-half years because of military draft evasion, spoke of his brash and invincible era when he predicted in poetry the round and manner his foes would fall. Clay was working hard on his new subdued image when he appeared here in Chicago Friday to help promote the clos3d TV circuit phase of his now-heckled proposed return to the ring against Jerry Quarry at Atlanta Oct. 26. Even as Clay persistently brushed off questions about iiis draft case appeal and Black Muslim status, Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox Friday said he would seek a means to halt the controversial fighter's Atlanta bout with Quarry. "We'll just have to go to the Garden (New York's Madison Square was Clay's only comment to the possibility the Atlanta bout may take the count. Clay is expected to be granted a New York boxing licence Monday in the wake of a federal court ruling A F a previous refusal by the New York Athletic Commission to renew the licence of the fighter who prefers the Muslim name of Muhammed Alj. Presumably, this is a WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, SEPT. 28 8.30 p.m. NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH DAVE RUHL vs SWEET DADDY Chrisly Bros, vs Sullivan and Admission Box Officft Openj p.m. Wolch STAMPEDE WRESTtING on IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TIRES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FALL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Better 1 Should Go To EL RANCHO TEXACO f Today! El Rancho Ernie Says SUFFER ALONG WITH A J: pOOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE M US TODAYI El tacho [TEXACO] Service 6lh AVf., M.M. DRIVE PHONE FRANCISCO (AP) -Charles S. Feeney, president of the National League, announced Friday he has disallowed a protest filed by Chicago Cubs in their 6-t loss at Montreal last Sunday. Cubs manager Leo Durocher protested the game, contending j ball boy had deliberately dcked a baseball hit by Ron Fairly of the Expos. Fairly hit the ball down the right field line for a double, scoring two runs and putting Montreal ahead 5-4 in the eighth inning. The setback was a severe jlow to the Cubs' flag hopes in .he frantic National League East race. The umpires said they did not see any intentional HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE ARENA Lethbridge Sugar Kings WHO vs o PwJtLjfr MONDAY' SEPTall League Cleveland Browns n the lineup. But Leigh injurM his toe during an indoor work- out last week and will not start. Geary said Montreal will be 'basically the same" Sunday as Toronto last weekend for heir 24-17 win over Argonauts- TTie only change will be the nscrtion of offensive lineman Raffin in place of Joe IcGrath who has been placed I on waivers. Raffin is from Bra- malea Satellite of tha Ontario Rugby Football Union. More Sport On Page 12 monton's last outing against Winnipeg. The Hamilton Edmonton game will be televised on Iho CBC national network, starting at 8 p.m. MST. In Calgary, incumbent Jerry Keeling will likely start quarterback for the Stamped- ers, while Toronto will go with their regular duo of Tom Wilk- inson and Don Jonas. The game in Calgary, which starts at 5 p.m. EOT, will be televised on the CTV national network. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Baltimore New York Boston DeiroK Cleveland Washington California Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago ll 75 70 Wat Pet. .65-1 .570 .532 .490 .478 75 61 .609 62 95 54 100 .519 .397 .395 .35? 3? TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Blue 2-0 af California Mur- phy 15-13 N Detroit Reed 1-3 at New York Peter- son IB-ll Baltimore Palmer 20-10 at Cleveland Paul 2-7 Milwaukee Pattln 13-1! at Chicago Weaver 1-2 Boslon Slcber US at Washington Go- golewskl 2-1 N Minnesota BIyleven 10-B nt Kansas City Johnson 7-12 N FIRDAY'S RESULTS Oakland CM 200 7 7 fl California 000 COO D 4 j Odom (9-7) and Ducan; Wrjghl (21-12) K. Tatum (8) and Azcus. FIRST 000 HI- I Chicago 010 130 5 10 .1 Lockwood (4-12) Ellsworlh (7) and Roof: John (12-16) and Herrmann. HRs: SECOND Milwaukee ODO 710 MQ- 3 Chicago MO Oil 10 2 Humphrlts (2-4) Gelnar (6) Ells- worth (i) and McNertney; (10-17) Eddy (5) Hamillon (7) Wood (9) and Brinkman. Baiiimori 300 on ODO 14 o Cleveland 000 000 115 000 12 1 McNaly Waft (9) Phoebus (9) Beene (11-J Richerl (0-2) (12) Dates; Ritt. wage Austin H) Rittwage (5} Colbert (B) Hennlqan (9) Hand (4-13 (13) and Hlntgn. HR: FIRST Delroit Ml TM 11 New York 000 010 7 Lollch (14-18) and Lament; Kline (6-5) Jones (i) Colson (B) and Mun- son HRs: Det-McAullfle Hflnaen SECOND Detroit C1B 000 I 2 Hew York 300 000 I IT 0 Nlekro, Kilkenny (1) Schermann (d-d) Tlmmerman tfll and Lament; Bahnsen, McDaniel (9-5) (8) Klimkow- skl (9) and GIbbs. HR: Uinneioti MO 100 T 4 0 Kansas city 000 MO 0 2 o Perry (24-12) and Dcmpsey; Bunker (2-11) and Klrkpatrlck. Boston.....MO 004 IS H Washington BOO MO 1 4 1 Gulp (17-14) Montgomery; Shell- enback (6-7) Cox (4) Brown (7) Rld- dleberger (8) Carlos and Billings. LEAGUE LEADERS R H Pel. 591 79 193 .327 Johnson, Cal Yastnemskl, Bos Dliva, Mln Aoarlclo, Chi Munson, NY 552 133 178 .322 iOi 9J 195 372 552 86 173 .313 440 S3 135 .307 450 62 138 .307 574 107 174 303 575 64 173 .301 Fosse, Cle SmHn, Bot :afer, NY F. Robinson, Bo! 456 84 137 .300 Powell, Bal 516 80 155 .300 Home runs: F. Howard Wash, 42; Klllebrew, Mln, 41. Runs batted In: F. Howard, 142; J Plllsburgh New York Chicago St. LOUIS Philadelphia Monlrea] Cincinnati Los Angeles San Francisco Allanla Houslon San Diego 74 7] 70 West 84 72 75 83 Pel. .5J1 .519 .519 .475 .468 .3PS 73 62 95 TODAYS GAMES San Diego Klrby 1-lfi at San Fran- cisco Marichal 12-10 Los Angeles Sullon 14-12 at Cincin- nati Cullcll 4-2 Houston Dierker 14-12 ah AManli Slone 11-10 New York Seaver 18-12 nf Piflsburgh Blsss 10-12 Chicago-Decker 2-7 or Gura 3-2 at Philadelphia Hersch 5-3 St. Louis Brllea 5-7 at Monlrnl Stoneman 6-15. FRIDAY'S RESULTS San Diego 002 301 T 13 J San Francisco 000 010 t J Dobson (13-15) Dukes (fl) and Can- nlzzaro; Rebergcr (7-7i Johnson (5) Cumberland (B) AAcMahon (B) Pillock and Dieli, HRs: SF Fosler (1) Henderson (17) McCovey (2) (38) Rob- inson Houston 021 ODO 000 17 2 Allanla ODO 001 200 4172 Wilson, Ray (7) Lemasler (9) Glad- ding (6-4) (11) Cook (15) Culver (12) and Howard, Edwards Reed, Jar- vis (16-15) (9) and Didier, Tlllman Hew York 000 000 3 0 Pittsburgh 100 100 4 10 0 Koosman, Frisella (5) Chnnce (0-1) (7) and Grole, Dyer MOOSG, Glustl (7) Lamb (7) Grant (1-0) (6) Gibbon (9) and Sangulllen. 51. Louis 700 000 f 3 Montreal .002 001 11 1 Bertaina, Cleveland (8) Limy (9) Taylor (6-7) (9) Hrabosky (9) and Sim- mons; O'Donoghue, Marshall (5) Mc- Ginn (9) Reed (4-4) (9) and Baleman. HR: Mtl-Fairly Los Angeles 010 loo f H 1 incinnatl 000 100 3 t 3 Osleen (14-13) and Haller; McGloth- lln (14-12) Granger (B) and Bench. HR: Cine-May Chicago ooo ow 5 a Philadelphia TOO 012 S 10 0 Pappas (12-yj Regan (6) Wil helm (i) and Hundley, Hlatt Wise (13-13) and McCarver. HRs: (4) Money LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pel. 478 84 175 .366 65 143 .350 43 158 .351 614 135 201 .327 604 8iJ TfJ .321 496 99 159 .321 632 119 202 .320 596 B3 18P .317 575 108 182 .317 89 173 .313 Cln, 45; B. Wil- Carry, All Clerrienle, Pgh Sanguillen, Pgh B. Williams, Chi Torre, Sf L Hickman, Chi Rose, Cln..... W. Parker, LA Tolan, Cin Gaslon, SD Home runs: Bench lams, 42. Runs balled In: Bench, 144; Perez, Cin, 129. Pilching: Simpson. Cln, 14-3, .B24i ilbswi, SIL, 23-6, .793. 'ENNANT RACE W L Pet. GBL TP iKsburgh 85 72 541 5 New YorK Bl 75 .317 3% fi Chicago 75 .519 Filching: Bal, Cuellar, 34-8, .750; Mc- 53-9. .719. Pittsburgh At Home 2, New York Away 3, Sf. Louis 3. New York At home 4, Chicago 4; Away 2, Pittsburgh 2. Chicago At Home 0; Away i, Philadelphia 3, New York 4. Magic number for Pittsburgh 3. 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