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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thujlday, Sfpl.mfctr THE LETHBR1DGE HIKALO J.J. Yankees, Orioles suffer setbacks Tigers not letting Red Sox get away FOLLOW THE LEADER Blue Bomber halfback Mack Herron leads four Montreal Alouettes during a Canadian Football League Interlocking game Tuesday. Her- ron, the- first player to cross the mark in rushing Ihis year, led his team- males lo a 26-22 victory. (CP Wirephoto) Bombers pull out iviii Close, but 110 cigar WINNIPEG CCP) Montreal Alouettes played what coach Sam Etcheverry called their best game of the season, but it still wasn't enough as they fell 26-22 to Winnipeg Blue Bombers in an interlocking Canadian Football League game Wednes- day night. The win gave the Bombers a four-point lead in the Western Football Conference and left the Als with six points in the east. Etcheverry, who said before the game he had gone as far as he could with quarterback Sonny Wade, called every play and tho old master quarterback nearly produced a victory from the bench. "But don't give me any credit. It all goes to those guys over he said after- wards, pointing to the tired and bruised offensive linemen. Etcheverry gave full marks to an offensive line that opened gaping holes in the Winnipeg defence and allowed running backs Ike Brown and Moses Dens on to run almost at will in the first hall The first time the Als got the football, following a Winnipei NOW OPEN Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX..... Attn. Hockey Clubs See us for the best team prices on HOCKEY STICKS We stock e VICTORIAVILLE C.C.M. KOKO CANADIAN NORTHLAND WALLY BERT MAC'S CYCli LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Open Thuu. I Fri. Till 9 p.m "Serving Soutli A'bflrla fo over 30 mble, Brown took the ball ven consecutive times for 62 rds and a touchdown. The Montreal offence did a uperb job in blocking not only e Winnipeg linemen but also liddle linebacker Phil Min- ck. Brown's major was the only coring done on the ground by ther club, but it was the hard- utting running attack of the teams that set up tha pass- ig game that produced the big cores. Wade went all the way for fontreal, hitting Peter Dalla ;iva with a seven-yard touch- own pass in the second quar sr and hurling a 41-yarder in n John Eason for a fourth [uarter major. Don Sweet con erted all three and added i ourth-quarter single. Wliile Mack Herron and Ed Villiams produced another olid ground game for Winni jeg, quarterback Don Jonas used his most productivi Last season for Richard? HALIFAX (CP) Ilonn tichard, captain of the N ional Hockey League Montrea says he is seriousl considering retiring from pro 'essional hockey at the end Lhis season. The 3C-year-old centre playing his 18th season with th Tliis is the last yea of his current contract. I'm seriously considerin this to be my last h said in an interview Wednesda after leading the Canndlens 1 a 10-1 rout of Toronto Map Leafs Tuesday night wilh tw >als. Richard said he Is In goo physical condition after work ing out all summer. Commenting on the curren Canada-Russia hockey serie he said Team Canada was a scmbled too quickly. If there is lo be a next tim for the series, he said, Canaecause the offence controls the )all so long." The Alouettes coach said Wade, using the plays from the xjnch, picked on whole bunch" of Bombers in the back- Field, and it was evident as Wade used Terry Evanshen, Dalla Riva, Dcnson and Brown equally for pass catching, COMPLETES 18 Jonas completed J8 of 32 passes for 331 yard's on a cool, damp night and even the 15-to 20-mile-an-hour winds that shifted throughout the game couldn't cool off Jonas' passing arm. Exhibiting a finely balanced offensive attack, Jonas used Herron and Ed Williams 33 times to produce 172 yards along the ground and gave .his pass receivers equal time. Larose was the top man with live receptions for 102 yards, but Thorpe, Herron and Paul Williams all had four recep- tions. Dalla Riva was the top Mon- lreal pass catcher with four for 50 yards and Brown picked up 110 yards on the ground. Winnipeg had 490 yards total offence wliile Montreal pro- duced 411 yards. with the help of a double play. McNALLY A VICTIM The Indians scored all their runs off Oriole southpaw Dave McNally in the first inning. Chris Chambliss bit a two-run triple and then scored on a single by Bay Fosse. MclS'aily departed the scene without re- tiring a baiter. Duke Sims delivered a tie- breaking single in the last of the ninth to cap a two-run rally as the Tigers whipped New York. The loser was reliever Sparky Lyle, the Yankees' most valuable pitcher with 35 saves. Meanwhile Hank Aaron just goes on and on whille Johnny Bench goes in streaks. "I'd like to hit a few more j home runs this Aaron said Wednesday night after slugging liis 33rd of the season and 672nd of his career in At- lanta Braves' 8-5 victory over Cincinnati Reds. 'But I'll be satisfied If I gel 35 Ihis Bad Henry added. "It'll leave me 40 to tie." And his manager. Eddie Mathews, has no doubt Aaron will surpass Babe Ruth's all- lime homer record of 714. Bench, meanwhile, has bun- ched his homers in spurts. "I'm a streak he. said. "I have seven homers in' the last seven games I've played and I hit seven in five AIMING ID HUNT THIS YEAR? MIL First downs 23 Yards rushir.p 330 Vard3 casing Ne! cfienca an Parses made-triM 13-3J 2-6 S Fumbles -fell 1-0 Penalties-yards 10-90 Curlers meet hi Coaldale Tlw Coaldale and District; Curling Club will hold their an nual general meeting this even- ing. It Is imperative that every club member as well as inter- ested players attend the meet- ing to discuss last year's oper- j ation and lo determine whether the club should function Ihis season. The meeting will be hold at p.m. dov.Tistairs in the town office in Coaldalc. To make exempt list Knudson in a fight BETTENDORF, Iowa (API Pro golf's long season is winding down. Many of the game's stars are on extended breaks. Some are through for Iho season. Others are playing abroad. But for a nervous handful of golfers, the season is entering its most important phase. They're the players lighting Jor a spot among the top 60 money winners for the year, Iho list that determines the ex- empt players for next year. "Being an exempt player Is the name of the game out said rookie Allen Miller before teeing off today in the first round of the Quad Cities Open. Exempt players can enter any regular tour event they Smith, Mike Hill, (leorge .Inhn- wanl and tie assured of a spot -son, Dave Kictielberger, Gibby in the field. Non-exempt play-1 Gilbert and Larry Xicglcr, ers must survive Monday quali- nlong wilh rookie Thomp- fying rounds lo gain their place I son. in each tournament field. Knudson is in Tokyo this week where he rates as a fa- vorite in the Japan Open. Tom Shaw and Dale Doug- lass, both exempt this year, are faced with the need to double their earnings in the remainder of the season. Most are on hand for this event, which offers a first prize. British Open champ Lee Tre- vino is the favorite. Other top contenders include Jones, Jimmy .lamieson, Lanny Wad- kins and defending lilleholder Deane Benun. II appears that it will lake about or in offi- cial money winnings to make the exempt list this year. With this tournament, wluch runs through Sunday on the 501-yard, par 71 frow Valley Club coutse, there are only six more events this sea- son. Among those In a fight for exempt spots arc veterans Ken Still, Boh Goalby. Art Wall, Charles Sifford and Dan Sikcs. Alsn in strong cnntention are I Canadian George Knudson, Boh Springfield Pump Action Shot Gun 59-" You'il straight on target when you cnoosn this beaury for your hunting partner. Ugh well balanced and filled wilh a shoulder-hugging walnut itock. The 12 28" barrel is chambered to foke 234" iland- aid and magnum or 3" magnum shells, full choke. Cross belr catch locks trigger for an added measure of hunling SIMPSONS SEARS SPORTS CENTRE WHERE THE NEW IDEAS ARE Make Simpsons-Sears your head qua rlers for bird li- cences and Big Game Tags. SPECIALS .99 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine Carbine plus 2 boxes of ammo low priced at just................. This Winchesler model 94 is ideal for hunling in the bush. The short barrel, and lightweight, Ibs., make for easy monoeverability. The overall length is only 37V, Hood- ed front and sporting rccr sfghls for extra accuracy. Walnut finished hardwood Hock and fore-end. Calibers: 30-30. 2 boxes of ammo. Winchester Cooey Semi-Automatic .22 Cal. Seven shot metal clip. NYalnut finished stock. Wide Tasco 4 power icope 49 .98 The Winchester Representative will be in our store Friday and Saturday. If you hove any questions cboul liis display of arms, hs will personally answer them- oears Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears ami. p.m. Thunrfoy Friday 9 am. lo 9 p .m. Onlf, Village. 328-9231. ;