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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, September 28. 19.4 CHRISTMAS IN DISNEYLAND to from Stirling Die. 20th For Prlcci, etc.. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL C.ntr. Village Mall Phon. 329-3201 Jerry Areshenko and Albert Dodson of the Bulldogs stop an unidentified Cougar running back. Orioles' marathon victory puts Birds full game ahead ASSOCIATED PRESS Bob Oliver of Baltimore Orioles ended a 17-inning marathon with a meek infield it was enough to drive home Bobby Grich for a 1-0 victory over Milwaukee Brewers Friday night. Grich scored without draw- ing a throw and suddenly, after four hours and 28 minutes of struggling, the Orioles had extended their lead to one full game over New York Yankees in the American League's Eastern Division. New York's scheduled game in Cleveland was postponed, and the Yanks must play a doubleheader today while the Orioles engage the Brewers in another single game. Both New York and Baltimore have five games remaining. Meanwhile, Oakland A's clinched the West pennant de- spite losing to Chicago White DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 Sox 3-2. The defending world champion A's won their fourth straight division title when the second-place Texas Rangers dropped a 54 decision to Kan- sas City Royals in 12 innings. Although Cleveland was rained out, the Indians made news by firing manager Ken Aspromonte, effective at the end of this season. The move heightened speculation that Frank Robinson would be: cho- sen to pilot the team next sea- son, becoming the first black manager in major league baseball. Elsewhere, Boston Red Sox beat Detroit Tigers 9-3 and California Angels trimmed Minnesota Twins 3-2. Loser Tom Murphy, 9-10, walked Grich on a 3-2 pitch with one out in the Baltimore 17th and Al Bumbry followed with a single up the middle which sent Grich to third. Jim Northrup walked, prior to Oli- ver's hit. GUPS WINTER TUNE-UP 1 Ignition system analysis. 2 Lubricate heat riser valve. 3 Supply and iastall new points condenser. and 41 new spark plugs. (Resistor plugs extra.) f Adjust dwell angle Adjust carburetor. air ;ind timing. With the Gulfs Winter Tune-Up cleaner element. Examine positive crankcase ventilation valve. 9laspect all belts and hosts. Test and service batterv. 10 11 12 13 14 Check and record compression. Examine rotor, distributor cap and high tension wires. Test and record freezing point of radiator coolant. Fiail ignition svstem analysis. Package all parts and lalxnir are included in the price and it's ;ill a fvered under the Gulf dealer guarantee days or 4< XX! miles, whichever aunts first. be left out in the wild, phone or come in and make .'in appointment today, wherever you see the Winter Tune-Up Sign. 14 Point Tune-Up 4-CYL 6-CYL. 8-CYL. INCLUDING PARTS AND LABOUR For must passt-ngrr airs. Offer expires W J I run 1 rij. SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE Phone 327-0313 MAIN SERVICE CENTRE 3rf 9tli Strut South (DtriUriw) Phww 327-6698 (Gulf) Not your average 1 rj i i i r Herald Sports Lethbridgi Office Furniture Ltd. Lower 7th 81. Shopping Mill (403) 326-7411 FILING CABINETS Bulldogs settle little Friday night Showdown battle ends in 7-7 stalemate By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer After 48 minutes of football Saturday night the situation in the Southern Alberta High School Foot- ball League remained the same the Catholic Central Cougars and the Winston Churchill Bulldogs are still tied in top spot in the West Division. The Bulldogs and the Cougars battled to a 7-7 deadlock Saturday at Henderson Stadium before 834 loyal fans. Mistakes led to touchdowns for both squads with the Bulldogs capitalizing on a Cougar fumble and the Cougars taking advantage of a Bulldog penalty. Jerry Areshenko pounced on a fumble in the end- zone by Dave Jackson, of a Bulldog punt. The Churchill team was punting from the Cougar 37 and the ball squibbed through Jackson's hands and deep into the end-zone and Areshenko was the first man through and pounced on the looose ball for the ma- jor. Mark Rowe connected on the convert attempt and the Bulldogs led 7-0 late in the third quarter. The Cougars tied the game up early in the fourth quarter when Dave Jackson ran 23 yards around the right end for a major and George Seiller booted the convert. The touchdown was set. up when the Cougars, fac- ed with a third and six situation, attempted a field goal from the Bulldog 28. The kick went wide and John Voort made a nice runback for the Bulldogs, but the Winston crew was offside on the play and the Cougars gained a new life with third and one from the 23. Enter Mr. Jackson. The game was another defensive battle, much like the Bulldog LCI Ram game the previous Fri- day when the Bulldogs nipped the Rams 7-0. For the second week in a row the defensive stan- dout of the game was Albert Dodson. The big Bulldog guard was responsible for 10 tackles, a number of them coming late in the fourth quarter as the Cougars were attempting to move in close enough to boot a single point. George Konrad, a five foot eight 170 pound guard for the Cougars, was the initial man in on eight tackles while big Barry Niedermier put the stop on seven Bulldogs. Roman Ksiazek and Bill Grbavac chalked up six tackles apiece for the sturdy Cougar defensive unit. Randy Rae shone on defence for the Bulldogs, chalking up eight tackles and Len Jarvie. playing with a bad cut on his leg. was first man in on six tackles. Both coaches had predicted a close game prior to the battle but neither could have foreseen the close contest that took place. Lead by the fine running of Jackson with 130 yards the Cougars rang up a total offence of 209 yards, all of it on the ground. Cougar quarterback Alan Boras tried nine passes but failed to complete any of them. He came within inches four or five times of hitting Morgan Monroe in the clear but each time something or someone in- terfered and the passes fell harmlessly to the ground. Derek Redman, the Bulldog quarterback was the leading rusher for his squad compiling 49 yards on the ground, despite being caught for a number of big losses. The Bulldogs had a total of 142 yards in offence with only 21 of them coming via the air route, as Redman hit on only two of seven attempts. Areshenko had 47 yards rushing for Winston Churchill and Steve Devcic racked up 52 for the Cougars. Penalties proved to be costly to both clubs, wip- ing out big gains on many occasions. The Bulldogs in particular suffered from the penalty calls as they had a single point called back on them or; two oc- casions, once in the second quarter and once again in the final frame. THE FIFTH QUARTER. .The Cougars and the Bulldogs now have two wins and one tie apiece neither club has lost a game an interested spec- tator was LCI head coach Jim Whitelaw... the last thing he and his Rams needed was a tie the Rams have yet to win a game in two starts and needed a loss by one of the two clubs last night to stay within striking distance of first spot... it was surprising that Redman only went to the air seven times the two clubs played a scoreless first half when the Churchill squad did attempt to pass the Cougars showed a strong pass rush the only interception of the game came in the second quarter when John Voort picked off a Boras attempt the Bulldogs failed to capitalize however the game was cleanly played despite all the penalties the vast majority of the calls were for offsides and other minor infractions both clubs had opportunities to score at various times but the defensive team on both sides came through time and again the LCI Rams take on the Crescent Heights team from Medicine Hat tonight at eight at Henderson Stadium. Suns, Devils open tonight Southern Alberta hockey fans in two centers will get their first taste of Alberta Junior Hockey League action tonight when the Taber Golden Suns and the Pass Red Devils open their 1974-75 seasons on home ice. The Golden Suns will host the Calgary Canucks tonight in an p.m. contest while the Red Devils are at home to the Drumheller Falcons. Both teams will be in action again on Sunday, with the Red Devils travelling to Calgary to meet the Canucks, and the Golden Suns hosting the Falcons for a 2 p.m. contest in Taber. Advanced reserve tickets for both of the Golden Suns weekend games will be on sale at the Taber Bus Depot. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Cougar coach Dean Dahl and Bulldog mentor Pete Neufeld shake hands after a 7-7 deadlock. Heads were busy bobbing in tense Cards-Cubs contest ASSOCIATED PRESS First, Chicago Cub pitcher Tom Dettore hit Bake McBride of St. Louis Car- dinals with a pitch in the top of the fourth inning. "I didn't throw at McBride." said Dettore. "He crowds the plate and the pitch was only a couple of inches in- side." Then. Bob Gibson of the Cardinals hit Pete LaCock leading off the Chicago fourth. "It was a half-speed said St. Louis Manager Red Schoetidienst. "If he was throwing at him it would have been a fast ball." Then, Dettore clipped Lou Brock leading off the Cards" fifth "Brock? I just tried to move him back." said Dettore. PITCHER WAS WILD "Detlore was just added Cubs" Manager Jim Marshall "He was all over the place wanning up." After that, the Cardinals did most of the hitting with their bats. Joe Torre's two-run homer and Ted Simmons" two- run single gave them an 8-1 lead in the fifth and they cruis- ed to a 10-4 victory. Thus the Cards kept pace with Pittsburgh Pirates. 2-1 winners over New York Mets. in the National League East race. St. Louis and Pittsburgh remain tied for the division lead with 84-73 records. Each club has five games to play. Elsewhere, San Diego Padres edged Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2. Cincinnati Reds shaded San Francisco Giants 4-3 and Montreal Expos blank- ed Philadelphia 2-0. Jerry Reuss of the Pirates outduelcd Jon Matlack of the Mcts with a seven-hitter for his 36th victory against 11 losses Both Pirates runs came in the sixth. Kcnme Stennett led with a single and look third on Manny Sanguillen's single, scored on Willie BOY'S GIRL'S CLASSES Oct. 2nd thru Dec. 18th (8 to 18 years) for 3 months ORR KARATE KUNG-FU St. N. Phone 328-1241 Stargell's double and Sanguillen came home on a sacrifice fly by Bob Robert- son. Pincher-runner John Scott scored the winning run for the Padres on shortstop Biil Rus- sell's error with two out in the ninth. Rookie Dan Spillner. 9- 11. scattered six hits in going the distance. Dave Winfield homered for San Diego and Bill Buckner hit one for Los Angeles. The loss cut the Dodgers' lead over Cincinnati to three games in the West Division. Each club has four games left. Dave Concepcion of the Reds scored from first base with the winning run on a throwing error by San Fran- cisco pitcher Gary Lavelle. Concepcion and Tony Perez added home runs for the Reds. Bobby Bonds accounted for all the Giant runs with a homer in ]he lirst. Mike Torrez. 35-S, picked up his sixth straight victory for the club record. Jerry White doubled home one Montreal ran and Barry Foote singled in the other. CONTRACTS RENEWED MODENA. Italy