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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Saturday, September MEN'S CLOTHES CLOTHING BOMBARDMENT on Suits and Sport Coats SUITS Regular to S135 SPORTS JACKETS Regular to S89.50 RED HOT SPECIALS SPORT JACKET RACK Regular to '69.50 ear NAME BRAND SPECIAL SELECTION PRICE WELCOME Alterations Extra MEN'S CLOTHES 321-7th St. S. Phone 327-2073 Open Thursday Till 9 p.m. Short sport BLACKOUT LIFTED MIAMI (AP) Miami Dolphins of the National Foot- ball League lifted the local television blackout of their Sunday football game against New England Patriots after a soft drink company bought about 1.000 remaining tickets. A spokesman said Thursday the bottling company paid 0000 for the tickets, which would be donated to needy children TORRE SIDELINED ST LOUIS Joe Torre of St Louis Car- dinals has been forced out of the lineup for the remainder of the National League baseball season by a shoulder injury received about a month ago Torre, with inflamed muscles in his right shoulder, ended the year with his lowest marks since batting average of 287 and 69 runs batted in WINKLES REHIRED ANAHEIM (AP) Califor- nia Angeles announced Wednesday that Bobby Winkles has been rehired as manager of the American League baseball teams for another season Horton missed ST. CATHARINES, Ont. (CP) Unless Tim Horton changes his mind, Buffalo Sabres will be without the veteran defenceman for the 1973-74 National Hockey League season. He did not show at the club's training camp Friday and gen- eral manager Punch Imlach said he had to assume the 43- year-old Horton had retired. "We met for two hours Thursday then Timmy left for his home in Imlach said. "He just couldn't make up his mind whether to play a 22nd season the agreement was that if he turned up for practice Friday morning he'd be with us one more year." Coach Joe Crozier said he has not decided who will replace1 Horton to play beside Jim Schoenfeld "if Tim has really quit." Horton has played for Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins in the NHL. DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE (327-0821) 232 Uc STREET NORTH Edge Pirates Looking for work Leo Cahiil, fired as head coach of the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Foot- ball League after last season, is looking for work. He has written a book called "Goodbye Argos" and is currently promoting the same. See Pat Sullivan's column. Killanin tours Moscow Soviets open bid VARNA, Bulgaria (AP) The Soviet Union has formally kicked off its bid for the 1980 Summer Olympic Games in an exhibit with the theme Moscow Invites at the 10th Olympic Congress, which opens Sunday. Lord Killanin, Irish presi- dent of the International Olympic Committee, toured the Moscow exhibit Friday. He said bids for the 1980 games do not have to be sub- mitted until next March. "But the Russians have told us in a letter already that they will be submitting a bid." The Russians, beaten for the 1976 Games by Montreal, have been openly and doggedly pressing their campaign At the exhibit a sign says: "Taking into account the sincere desire of Muscovites that the summer 22nd Olym- pics of 1980 be held in their city, that Moscow now has sport facilities for the Olmpiic Games, accommodation for athletes, gymnasts, officials, service personnel and guests and rich experience in holding widely attended international, cultural and sports events, the executive committee of the Moscow Soviet decided to offer the capital as the place of holding the 22nd Olympic Games in 1980." Bulgaria, the Soviet Union's closest ally and host to the congress, which will debate the future of the Olympic Games but not the 1980 location, is clearly co- oper 'ting. When Killanin gave a brief speech at Varna Airport on his arrival Thursday he mention- ed the 1980 Games in passing. A Bulgarian, putting Kill- anin's words into Bulg n n for loacal journalists, translated 1980 Games as "Moscow Olympics." The World University Games held in Moscow in August were believed to be part of the effort by the Soviet Union to show it can handle major sports events. The ex- hibit in Varna included walls of pictures of the facilities used in the student games in which athletes from 68 countries took part. Another sign stated that ath- letes of all nations are familiar with the hospitality of Moscow. Opponents of Moscow are expected to use un- hospitable acts againsl Israelis at the student games as ammunition to spike the Russian bid. At the games, Russians in uniforms jeered the Israeli basketball team. Olympic officials here, how- ever, said no other city has stated its intention to bid for the 1980 Games. PLAN SPORT CENTRE MISSISSAUGA, Ont. (CP) A group of local businessmen, headed by James Findlay. announced Monday they have formed a company to build a million sports centre in this community west of Toronto Lethbridge MINOR HOCKEY REGISTRATIONS ADAMS ICE CENTRE One Week Only! Thurs., Sept. 27 through Wed., Oct. 3 Thurs Fn Mon., Tues., Wed., Sept 27, 28, Oct and 3 to 9.00 p m each night Sat. and Sun Sept 29 and 30 12 noon to 5.00 p m each day NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED' Opening Soon In College Mall MEN'S FASHIONS Featuring 'FIRTH CLOTHES CANADA'S NO. 1 LOADER BOBCAT PMfONE 328-4765 Loads Unloads Hauls Lifts Fills Shovels Scoops Sweeps 4 drive 4 models 500 Ib to Ib. Rent with or without operator Contract prices available DISTRIBUTOR C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge The Bulldogs DEFENSIVE STORY: This year's defensive team is potentially the strongest and stingiest defense ever for the Bulldogs The defensive squad has a good mixture of veterans, sophomores and rookies in uniform and to date have shown to be very strong In two games thus lai they have given up only 149 yards a game versus the run and 36 yards a game versus the pass. The Bulldogs defense is built on eight basic premises: simplu'itv positiveness, flexibility, aggressiveness, repetition, elimination of mistakes, togetherness and mental and physical toughness The delcnsp is designed to provide containment and, at the same time, force and pressure. Though stunting is not a major part ol our game, we use it on occasion. The basic 5-4 defense is anchored up front by 5 veterans Handv Kai? and Bruce Brooks patrol the defensive end positions utnd Hank and Albert Dodson fire out from the defen- sive tackle spots Both are strong and fill the holes very well. The quickest member of the front wall is Len Jarvie, a second vcar man filling the Middle Guard slot. This front wall is one ol (he biggest and most experienced in the league and has shown this to date In the defensive secondary the Bulldogs have 4 mobile and strong linebackers The corners are patrolled by 2 rookies foi the Bulldogs First year man Jerry Areshenko is the left corner- back while rookie Richard Quon is the right cornerback. Both have great range and reaction and both are good tacklers The interior linebackers are veteran Brent Hamilton, a strapping linebacker who loves to hit, and Lawrence Gardiner who is small ;it 170 Ibs but who has good range and lateral mobility At the defensive half spots, the Bulldogs have 3 veterans defending against the pass or run. This trio led the league last >ear in interceptions and will improve on this record per- formance this year Bob Myers is the left defensive halfback His strength is his speed and quick reaction to the play. On the right defensive half position. John Voort has earned a starting spot His ab'lity to complement the other backs has been shown in recent games. The anchor man at safety is Todd Poberznick List league leading pass interceptor. These 12 defensive players are backed by some promising i ookies and therefore, the defensive squad should be very strong lor tins year This was proven in the first game of the year, as the defense scored two touchdowns against CCHS Cougars. Kx- peiii'nre throughout the year will make them tougher as the schedule continues Expos help Mets' cause THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Yogi Berra and his tirst- place New York Mets fell vic- tim to the rain in Chicago Friday, postponing their game with 'the Cubs. That bit of moisture helped them pick up another half-game on Pitt- sburgh when the Pirates, defying the elements, lost to Montreal Expos 3-2. As the National League Kast race steams into its final weekend, the Mets have a magic number of three to clinch the National League East race. Yet five teams re- tain a mathematical chance to either win or tie for the divi- sion title New York has a I'-i-game edge on the Pirates St Louis Cardinals are two games behind after defeating Philadelphia Phillies 3-0. Montreal is three games out and Chicago four behind The Mets. Pittsburgh and St. Louis all can win the title and Montreal and Chicago still can tie lor the crown with any or all of the other three In Friday night's other Na- tional League games, San Francisco Giants beat Cincin- nati Reds 3-2 in 14 innings and Los Angeles Dodgers defeated San Diego Padres 5-2. Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros had the day off Friday's rainout forced the Mets into consecutive double- headers today and Sunday against the Cubs. In other games today, Mon- treal is at Phila- delphia at St Louis, San Fran- cisco at Cincinnati, Houston at Atlanta and Los Angeles at San Diego In addition to the New York- Chicago twinbill Sunday, other season-ending games include Montreal at Pitt- sburgh, Philadelphia at St. Louis. San Francisco at Cin- cinnati and Houston at Atlan- ta If a rained out game with San Diego means the difference between winning and losing the pennant, the Pirates will play that makeup game at home Monday. The Pirates lost to the Ex- pos when Al Oliver's error set up three unearned Montreal runs in the seventh inning. The Pirates were leading 2-0 on Dock Ellis' one-hitter until the seventh when Larry Lintz opened with a single and raced to third on Ken Singleton's one-out single. Jim Lyttle grounded to first but Al Oliver threw the ball away, allowing Lintz to score. Moments later, John Boccabella looped a two run double to centre as Gene Clines barely missed a shoestring catch. "I'd have to say it's going to be mighty admitted Pittsburgh manager Danny Murtaugh, faced with a two- game deficit in the loss column with only three games to play Things aren't exactly easy for the Expos either. "We know what has to hap- pen." said manager Gene Mauch. "The Cubs have to win four straight over there and WP havp tn win three in a row here ELRICH SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Baltimore 96 64 600 Boston 87 73 544 9 Detroit 84 75 525 New York 79 81 494 17 Milwaukee 74 86 463 22 Cleveland 70 90 438 26 West Oakland 93 67 581 Kansas City 87 73 544 6 Minnesota 81 79 506 12 California 77 83 481 16 Chicago 76 84 475 17 Texas 58 104 350 37 TODAY'S GAMES Cleveland Timmerman (8-8) and Kekich (2-4) or Bosman (3-13) at Baltimore McNdlly (17-16) and Cuellar (17-13) Detroit (4-4) at New York Medich (13-9) Milwaukee Champion (5-8) at Boston Moret (12-2) Kansas City Busby (15-15) at Tex- as Bibby (4-10) Cnicaao Wood (24-20) at Oakland Holtzman (20-13) Minnesota Decker (10-10) at California Tanana (4-2) FRIDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Milwaukee 000 100 2 51 Boiton 451 010 10 0 Ed Rodriguez (9-7) Velazquez (2) Reynolds (4) and Porter, Tiant (20-13) and Fisk HRs (19) Smith (21) Cooprr (22) SECOND Milwaukee 003 000 7 0 Boston 004 000 01 8 0 Kobel (0-1) and Moore Pattm (15 Sprague (7) and Montgomery HRs (23) (10) FIRST Cleveland 000 201 11 0 Baltimore 000 120 12 2 Tidrow Hilgendorf Sanders (8) and Duncan Palmer (22- 9) Watt (8) and Williams Robles (7) HRs (17) Williams Duffy (8) (11) SECOND Cleveland 000 012 491 Baltimore 000 703 14 2 Wilcox (8-10) Lamb Johnson (7) Bosman (8) and Ellis, Alexander (12-8) Jackson (8) and Etchebarren HR (1) Detroit 010 000 4 0 New York 000 003 7 0 Fryman (6-13) Miller (7) and Freehan Stottlemyre (16-16) and Dempsey HR (22) K. City 100 110 4 2 000 101 9 1 Littell (1-3) and Martinez, 10) and Billings HR (31 Chicago 000 000 5 1 Oakland 000 031 7 0 McGlothm Frailing Gossage (7) and Brmkman. Blue. Undblad (1-5) Pma Fingers (9) and Fosse Minnesota 005 020 8 1 California 000 100 6 2 Fife (3-2) and Borgmann, May (7- 17) Sells (3) Lange Monteagudo (9) and Sands Torborg (4) HR (6) NATIONAL GBL New 1 Vj St 2 3 4 10 Los 4 San 11 17 22 Vi San 39 TODAY'S GAMES New York Matlack (14-15) and Koosman (12-15) or Stone (2-3) at Chicago Reuschel (14-15) and Jenkins or Pappas (7-12) Montreal Rogers (9-5) ai Pitt- sburgh Bnles (14-13) Philadelphia Ruthven (6-9) at St Louis Wise (15-12) San Francisco Bryant (23-12) at Cincinnati Norman (12-13) Houston Reuss (16-12) at Atlanta Morton (14-10) Los Angeles Osteen (16-10) at San Diego Kirby (8-17) FRIDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 000 000 7 0 Pittl. 000 020 9 1 Renko. Caskey Marshall (14- 11) (6) and Boccabella. Ellis Giusti (8) and Sanguillen Chlla 000 000 2 0 St. Louis 010 000 11 0 Brett Wallace (6) Diono (7) Scarce (8) and Boone Thompson, Segui (7-6) (5) and Hill SF 000 000 020 001 14 2 Cln 000 101 000 001 8 1 Bradley. Sosa Moffitt McMahon (4-0) Willoughby (14) and Arnold. Rader Gullett, Borbon Carroll Hall Baney Tomlm (1-2) (14) and Bench HR SF Gerommo (4) Lot Angelei 001 010 15 0 San Diego 000 010 13 1 John rlough (7) and Yeager, Corkms Caldwell Ross (9) and Kendall HR (2) See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off the Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327 6886 or 327-4445 ;