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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta f, _ THE UTHBBIDGE HERALD Montlny. Seplnmber 27, 1971 One, up ivilh three left to San Francisco hanging on iANDY CAFF Jly Till: ASSOCIATED TRESS San I1' r a n c i s c o Giants, wounded and wobbly, are hang- ing in there in llio wild rind whacky National League West Division. I'liis loam reminds me of the Spnit of '711 wilh all our inju- saiil San Francisco man- igtr C'hariie Fox after the pniu-plapiu'd Giants smacked Cincinnali Iteds 12-5 Sunday and maintained a shaky one-game 1 ad over Ixis Angeles Dodgers, ho beat Atlanta Braves 5-2. In Sunday's other National League games, New York Mets trimmed Pittsburgh Pirates 3-1, SI. Louis Cardinals turned back Monlrrnl Expos 7-1 and Phila- delphia Phillies boat Chicago Cubs s-l. In Saturday's games, Chicago defeated Philadelphia 4-2, Cin- cinnati edged the Giants 6-5, St. Louis outlasted the Expos B-G, Hie Dodgers nipped Atlanta 1 and Houston dumped San Diego 5-1. With Willie McCovey's tor hired knee and ripped hand and beanball victim Dick Dietz' bandaged head, the baseball season has resembled n war for the Giants. Those are some in- juries, there have been other Sunday was the first time that we've had our regular lineup together for a long time, mavbe three or four week said Fox. "In fact, I don't think e ve had our regular lineup to- gether for 50 per cent of the season." TROPHY WINNER Jerry Reash of West Glacier Mont, won the Bill Snider Memorial trophy shoot Sunday at the lelhbridge Trap Club. Trophy shoot succes Sonic registered shooters took in Lhe annual Bill Snider Memorial Irophy shoot spon- sored by the Lelhbridge Trap Shoot Club Sunday afternoon. Four events were run-off in the one day affair thai attracted shooters from various parts of Alberta and northern Montana. The Bill S' n i d e r .Memorial trophy event Tvas divided inio three classes where the com-' petitors combined thc-ir scores after shooting a singles round and a handicap rt.und. Jerry Heasch of West Ula-1 cier, Montana took home the i men's litlc hitting 187-200 while in the second nnd third classes a mother-son combination car- ried away the hardware. Darlene of Lethbridge picked up the ladies class while her son Clayton scooped up the junior crown. Tn event one, the competitors were also divided into classes. Ken Kotkas of Barons bested all others in the "A" class lul- ling 96-100 ckiy pigeons while Scott Kinniburgh of Purple Springs scored 37-100 to win the "B" class. The class champion wa_s Darrell Albiston of Lelhbridge with a W-100 scorn while his wife Mary carted home the vic- tory in tho "D'7 class scoring 93-100. In the handicap, event two competition Guy Brown of CIu nay won the short yardage das? with 92-100 while in the long yardage event Mervin Knutson of Cutbank, Montana won the honors hitting 02-100. The third event or [.he doubles event as it is called was won by Kotkas as he banged down Keaseh took home his sec- ond title of the day winning the "B'' class with 44-50 score while Albiston earned the "C" class win with a 40-50 score. Short sport RUSTLERS LOSE RED DEER. Alta (CP) .Urn Sellers and Mark Lemenda cjcli fcored two goals as Cal- gary Canucks defeated Red Deer Rustlers 5-3 Sunday in an Alberta Junior Hockey League exhibition game. Rustlers are Hie defending league champions and Canuck are a new league cnlry Ihi vuar. WIN FIRST EDMONTON (CP) Defend- ing champion Edmonton Oil Kings won llieir first Western Canada Hockey League exhibi- tion game with a 6 3 victory over New Westminster Bruins Sunday. Tied" 1-1 alter the first period, the game opened up in the second and Oil Kings, under new coach Brian Shaw, held a lead going into the final period. i RETAINS EUFA'OS AIRES LAP) Car- los Monzon, cool and cautious I for most of the fight, unleashed a savage flurry of punches in the 14th round to slop Emile Griffith and retain his world middleweight boxing champion- ship. i The end came Saturday at of the round with Griffith i crouched helplessly in the cor- nor as a sellout crowd of I went wild. (JUTS HOCKEY VICTORIA (CP1 Claude Provnst, who spent ]5 years in the National Hockey League, five of them on Stanley Cup- winning teainsi announced Sat- urday he is retiring from hockcv. Dielz's injury didn'l appear lo slow him down Sunday. Me banged a grand sl.-w homo inn, knocking in [ivo runs lo lead the Ginnls. While the Gianls were win- ning a key game, the hot Dodg- ers kept things interesting by whipping Ihe Braves for the third straight day as Richie Allen and Duke Sims hit home runs. The Dodgers and Giants each lir.vc three games lelt in Ihe regular season, which inds .ip Thursday. Diefz also had two other nils including a run-scoring single in the ninth. "1 Ihjnk Hielz's grand slam did said Fox. "This was a real, real big game for us and (his changes everyone's atti- tude. There's no question that everyone on this club was get- ting up light." "Winning this one was vwy important lo said Balti- more's Jim Palmer after beat- ing Cleveland Indians 50 and joining Oriole team-mates Mike Cucllar. Pal Dobson and Dave this season. :'Ileck, when Lite other guys LAST CHANCE CHAMPS Sab Kami, left, and Howard Fleming won the 1971 Last Chance golf Journamenl at Henderson Lake, Sunday Kami, Fleming top tourney .s. win 20, 1 bad if I added Palmer. Elsewhere in the American League Sunday, New York Yan- kees edged Detroit Tigers 3-2, Oakland Athletics blanlred Mil- waukee Brewers 7-0, Chicago While Sox defeated California! Angels 6-5 in 10 innings, Boston Red Sox trounced Washington Senators R-l and Minnesota and Kansas Cily split a double- header, the Twins winning the opener 6-2 and Ihe Eoysls tak- ing the nighlcap 5-3. Jn Saturday's action, Balti- more defeated Cleveland 6-4, Detroit walloped New York 10-7, Boston dumped Washington 6-3, Milwaukee nipped Oakland 8-6, Minnesota look both ends of a double header over Kansas City 7-2 and 7-0 and California nippei' Chicago 3-2. YIELDS THREE HITS Palmer pitched brilliantly Sr 'day, thwarting the Indians on Ihree hils and nine strikeouts I in raising his record to 20-9 and mailing the Orioles, who have won eight consecutive games, only Ihe second team in major- league history lo have lour 20- game winners in Ihe same sea-1 son. Tlie oilier was Ihe 1920 Chi- cago While Sox, who had Urban Faber, Claude Williams, Dicke Ken- and Ed Cicotte reach the coveted 20-viclory circle. The Orioles broke open the game with three runs in the eventh inning off Alan Foster. Brooks Robinson's two-run ingle in the eighth completed the scoring. MUST BE MV IT'S MAOE ME SERVILE Football roundup WESTERN CONFERENCE Calgary B 3 0 230 121 16 ask....... 6 4 0 !M 191 12 Winnipeg A 7 1 2EO 503 9 BC......4. 5 1 177 7 Edmonlon 1 10 0 132 2i2 2 LEADERS; TD C FG Pis onas, W..... 3 29 13 9 95 Robinson, C..... 1 23 9 9 6i Reed, S 10 0 0 0 60 Phillips, BC 0 14 11 4 53 Culler, E 0 12 11 7 53 Abendschan, 5 0 IB 10 3 51 Thorpe, W 7 0 0 0 42 Herron, W 7 n 0 0 42 EASTERN CONFEPENCE W L T F A PI Toronto B 2 u 223 1B9 16 Monlroal 159 Id] 10 Haminon 530 U2 125 10 3 7 0 194 221 6 LEADERS: TD C FG 5 P Organ, 0...... 1 20 9 57 MacMillan. T 0 21 10 3 54 McOuay, T a 0 0 D Canele, M .......0 7 13 2 48 Colley, H 116 8 1 OUham, 0 5 0 0 0 30 Van Ness, M J 0 0 0 2J jymons, T..... 3 0 n 0 18 Cooper, 0 3 0 0 0 IB HAMILTON 19 OTTAWA 7 Oil Ham First downs 21 17 YarCs rushing 120 162 Yards passing 138 1JB offer 213 301 Sal) Kami and Howard Flem- ing halted the reign of Cliff Stroh and Lcs Colwill in the Chance Golf Tournament over (he weekend, but just barely. Kami and Fleming combined for a two-day 143 to finish one stroke ahead of Siroh and Col- will in the event played at Hen- derson Lake over the weekend. Stroh and Cohvill, who had a j 144, had won the tourney the past two years and threatened to make it three straight. Also at 144 v.cre Otto Tteidl- hubcr and Joe Simon. Individually Ale.x M u r r c 1 1 was the winner with Tom Gel- lany second and Kami third. GOLF RESULTS FIRST DIVISION Low net Al Kenwood-S h i g over B. Lilge-Fred Zasnrtnv. Low gross- Cliff Stroh-Les CclA'lll over Don Til lolson-Fred Umeris. SECOND DIVISION Low Tom Gellaney-Jim Snigehlro over Murray Mills-Gordon Ma'kin. Low gross Harker-Al Neudorf over Roy Ully.Andy Andreachuk. THIRD DIVISION Low Kami-Hov.ard Fleming over Rock Bruneau-Sonny Slavlch. Low gross Harry Blacker-John Bodnaruk over Dick Jones Bill Sterling. FOURTH DIVISION Low Olio Reidlhuber-Joc Simon over Har- old Brown-Ron Bruchcl. Low gross- Jim Malkin-Logan Tall over Roger GlllelLTony Jarvlc. FIFTH DIVISION Low .J5 Sosick-John ChervcnVa over Cliff CocV. Al Pearson. Low gross W Ouinn-Rny MacPherson over T. Chin- SIXTH DIVISION Low ncl-G. R. Eoulton-A. Romanchuk over Don Ailcn-R. Wallers. Low gross Rusty Wishnevskl Sieve Spisak over Aki N. Tajirl. SEVENTH DIVISION Low Herb Willms.Joe Mozaro-. over R. Mc- Kay G. Whigg. Low gross Al Thcis- scn-Barry SnowcJen over Tom Wilkins- 1 Passes made-tried .....13-29 12-1 1 Punls-avcraqe ........1CM2 11-50 1 i Pcnailics-yds 8-70 12-15 I TORONTO IB CALGARY 7 CAL TOR First downs 15 21 Yards rushing 60 183 Yards passing 2J3 22B Nel- olfenec 3dl AM Passes made-lrled 10-27 li-2fi Interceptions 3 Purils average.......11 M 8-16 Fumbles-1 or I 1-0 3-1 Penalties-yards ..10 5-1 j BRITISH COLUMBIA 25 WINNIPEG IB I WPG B.C. First downs 15 17 Yards rushing 126 IRQ Yards Id? 78 Nel offence......... 263 359 Pass-s made-lriod .....H-i? -ill Interceplions-yds 1-20 1-24 Punls-avrrane .....10-11 8 Fumblcs-los! 1-1 3-2 Penalfies yards ..6-35 9-45 SASKATCHEWAN IB EDMONTON 14 EDM SASK First downs......... 11 17 Yards rushing.......1GO 164 Yards passing 122 17? Mel ollencG 315 363 Passes made-Iried .....12-10 9-21 Inlerccplions 2 2 Punts avq yds .........10-45 8-42 Fumbles-lost .15 6-34 Records fall Boslon A Delroll 8 Oakland 4 Toronto 2 Monlrpgl 7-7 Kansas Cily 2-0 COLLEGE FOOTBALL 1 California 3 CONFERENCE Boston College J9 Navy i Easlcrn Buckncll 10 Vermont 6 w L T F A Cornell 30 Colgale -.-1 1 3? 5I Darlmoulh 31 Massachusetts Ennlond 1 0 0 27 JO .500 De aware rt New Hampshire 1 1 0 35 u .500 Ho'sira U 2B Maine Jels .01 0 0 22 .000 Ho y Cross 21 Harvard 0 0 51 73 .000 Lafayette 3 Columbia Division 35 Wesleyan I 0 0 .15 11 l.OOfl Oklahoma 55 Pittsburgh 1 1 0 -17 35 .500 Pennsylvania 28 Lehlgh 1 1 n 34 27 .5H Rulgers 33 Princelon 0 2 0 14 51 .000 Yale 23 Connecticut 0 Division njrno 1 1 0 21 4fl Air Force 23 Wyoming Cily 1 1 n 34 35 50 Colorado Ohio Slale 1 1 0 40 20 .5CK Lo islana Slale 36 Wisconsin 0 1 1 23 .OW Michigan 3fl UCLA 0 M chigsn Slalo 31 Oregon Stale CONFERENCE Missouri 24 South Melhodls! L T F A PC Nebraska 34 Texas A and M 2 0 0 91 44 1.00 Norlhwestern 12 Syracuse '.2 0 0 5-1 20 l.Offl Notre Dame 6 Purdue Giants 1 1 0 70 .50f Ohio 37 Kenl Slale Louis n 1 0 17 24 .OOf Oklahoma Stale ?4 Virginia Tech 0 7 0 21 7? .00 Penn State 44 Iowa Divisinn Washington St 31 Minnesota i i o 7( 55 .so Soulhwrs! 1 1 0 ?T 13 50 Ar rnnn IX Texas, El Paso 110 23 Green Bay 1 1 0 74 55 .Sfx Far Division AManla 1 01 40 37 DM Southern Cal 28 Illinois Orleans 1 1 0 44 id .10 Stanford 3B Oregon Fran 1 1 0 55 .SIX Washington 44 Texas Chrlsllan Angeles 0 1 1 40 -14 It's No. 276 in a total of 600 outstanding first-day buys in. EATON'S Thurs., Sept. 30 to Sat., Oct. 2 Look for all 600 finl-tlay offering! in tho 1 S-pcitjri tola flier dnlivntnrl lo your homo in VVddnns- paper. By TIIK CANADIAN TMU'S.S Toronto Argonauts survived injuries lo defeat Cal- ijary SLampcdcrs IR-7 ;nu! Ham- ilton Tiger-Cats jollrd OUaua Rough .Riders' playoff chances wilh a victory in weekend Canadian Foolbitll Lengue ac- tion. Coach I-eo Cahill and officials of Ihe Argonauts spent an apn- nizing 24 hours after their home-field win Saturday heforc it was determined that .star run- ning back Irfo MrQuay, who suffered a knee injury, no1" require surgery and may miss only one game. But they lost the services of offensive tackle .lohn Trainor, also through a knee injury. He was scheduled to undergo sur- ge ry today. Also hurting, but nol so seri- ously, are defensive lineman Dave Kncchtcl, victim nf n dis- located right elbow, and one of the Argo stars of the game, tipht end Mel Profit, who has badly bruised hip muscles. Vhc Rouph Riders reported Sunday after their setback in IlamJRnn that offensive half- hack Terry Wellcsley may need snrgciy on his knee, injured early in the game, and that fur- ther examination will lw re- quired to determine the extent of a knee injury to offensive halfback-linebacker Wayne Giardino. TIIKISMAN'N CiOr.S ALONE A crowd of saw rookie qunrlrrhack Joe Thcismann play a lone qunrlcrbncking hand for the Arpos while Greg Barton sat on the bench with his throw- ing hand in a cast as a result of a broken litllc finger. Thcismann Ihrcw (wo touch- down passes lo Profit in the I bird quarter and was the game's leading rusher with WRESTLING TONIGHT! p.m. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM M.A. TITLE STRAP MATCH CAMPBELL vs BELAFONTE 5 BIG DOUTS 14 TV WRESTLERS SI.50 yards lie plriyerl Hie entire fiaine, as did rookie Jim Lind- sc-y, who directed Illc .Stnmps' offence beean.se of a shoulder injui-y to Jerry Keeling, Ihe SI amps' No. 1 quarterback. Kieker Ivan MacMillan con- verted bol.h Toronto touchdowns and added a first-quarter field fioal. Punter Xenon Andrusy- slien added a Dingle for Uic win- ners, who moved six poinl.s rilicad of Montreal AloncUes and Hamilton Tiger-Cats, now Lied for second. Lindsey hit llndy Lintennnn in Ihe end zone in the final with ;i M-yard touch- down pass. The conversion hy Larry Robinson gave him a car- eer lolal of points, second only to Tommy Joe Coffey of Hamilton in ali-timc CKL scor- ictords fell in llc- gina and l.he llhic llomhers fell in Vancd'iver. British Columbia Lion.s posted a victory over Winnipeg Blue Bombers Saturday night and Saskatchewan Itoughriders dumped ICdmonlon Kskimos 2li M .Sunday in Western Football Conference games. Tile key game was in Vancou- ver, where fans were ex- pecting an 111-13 deadlock with 51 seconds Ictl to play. Bomber quarterback Don Jonas had just combined with Mack Heiron for a M-yard pass-and-run louch- down, and the second tic be- tween the clubs in two games appeared a certainly. But Winnipeg coach Jim Spavital elected to go with a kickoff, in the hope that his Bombers could recover the ball slid drive close enough lo get at least the single point that would give them a win. The attempt failed, and B.C. had it first and 10 on the Winni- peg So with '10 seconds to play. Lions quarterback Don Moor- Iwad hit Jim Young for Ihree yards, then sent halfback flighbaugh deep on the next p I a y. Ilighbaugh outsprinlcd Winnipeg's defensive to the 10-yard line, caught Moor head's loss in the clear and breezed in for the winning lonchdown. EVENSON RAMBLES Fullback Jim Kvcn.son of the Lions carried 2fi times for Ifl3 yards and one touchdown, pass- ing Ihe mark for Uic season. B.C.'s other poinl.s came on two field poals, Iwo converts and n single by Ken Phillips, and a field goal and single by Ted Gcrela. Herron scored both Winnipeg touchdowns, Jonas adding the other six on two converts, a field goal and a single. AL Regina Sunday, Saskalche- wan fullback George Reed scored a game-winning touch- down in the fourth quarter lo run his career total to 92, a Ca- nadian Football League record. Reed, charging up Ihc middle for 17 yards while fans cheered, broke the record of 91 established by Dick Shatfo, for- merly of Argonauts of the Easlcrn Conference. 'BLUE WATER, WHITE DEATH" The hunt lor the Shan I FAMItY FAMIIY COMING SOON SNOW CLEAT TIRES Priced from ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES I SERVICE 401 lit Avt. -South Phong 377-6SB6 or 337-4445 ;