The Brandon Sun from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada on September 30, 1974 · Page 11
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I WINNIPEG (CP) Harness race results Sunday from As. siniboia Downs: FlltST $700 purse, one mile pace and trot. Great Reward (Epp) 7.004.20 2.90 Jamsie Kosters) 4.S03.30 Queenie Quill (Williams) 10.60 Tirae: 2:23 Pages Adios, Bonny Anderson, Cool N Frosty. Lucy Guy Dale. Debbie Grattan also ran. SECOND t700 purse, one mile pace. Bart Herbert (Bain) 7.10 3.00 2.70 Legal Tender (Smit) 3.00 2.90 Doug Richard (Stone) 3.40 Time: 2:21 Dallj double 23.70 Guy Adios Riggs. Donalda Janice. Sugar Babe Bee, Ripper Lincoln also ran. THIRD $700 purse. 6j2 furlongs pace. Queen's Rick (Cullen) 10.70 4.90 Scarlet O'Hara (Hudon) 3.80 2.60 Richalon Todd (Fraess) 2.70 Time: 1:57.4 Qulnella 30.50 Invincible Pick, Laureyne Bay, S Noel, Miss Pronto Cash also ran, FOURTH $700 purse, one mile pace. Queens Avalon (Stone) 17.80 6.40 3.70 Memory Bond (Hill) 4.30 3.30 Eddie Adios (Temple) 4.70 Time: 2:19 Quinella -36,90 April Bride, Helen Javalon, Prince Rcchord, Radar Patrol, Claybrook Cinci also ran. FIFTH $1,500 purse, one miie pace and trot. Larry Do (Pagel) 11.104.90 3.90 Ivan's Lady (Gardner) 7.90 4.00 Dustv Bomber (Millitaire) 4.50 Time: 2:25 Quinella - 26.00 Jo Premier, Knee Knocker, SIXTH $1,100 purse, one mile pace. Mister Worchester (Thompson) 11.10 5.70 3.00 Handsome Sam (Saugarman) 8.70 3.00 Duke of Paridise (Linton) 3.50 Time: 2:20.6 Quinella 31.50 JohTis Med, Two Mountains Toy, Willowbrook Marv, Flying Patch also ran. SEVENTH $1,500 purse, ene mile. Laurayne's Peter (Grundy) 4.20 2.60 2.20 Happy Cappy (Bain) 2.80 2.30 Dusty Onward (Lewis) 2.70 Time: 2:16.6 Quinella 12.50 Peggy Reynard, Burnettes Sal, Prima Irish also ran. EIGHTH - $700 purse, one Howier (Pitts) 3.90 3.00 2.20 Hi Rose Hal (Baker) 7.70 3.50 Always Happy (Brokenshire) 2.80 Time: 2:22 Quinella -29.50 Ebony Fox, Little Irish Guy, Magic Anderson, Siouxland Daisy, riiilu. Mary G (Grundy) 13.50 6.20 5,40 Leona's.Girl (Thompson) 4.30 6.90 Tnias Adios (Dunn) 6.40 Time: 2:16 Quinella 21.40 Winny Dale, Lesota Lady, Hie Pitch, Rojo Reynard. De Forest Pence also ran. Attendance 1,091 Handle 81,731 WINNIPEG (CP) Harness racing results Saturday from As-siniboia Downs: FIRST $700 purse, pace, one mile. Lee Will (Gi undy) 4.20 2.40 2.30 Rosy O Grattan (Petri) 2.60 2.30 Don's Donalda (Anderson) 3.70 Time 2:09 Neta Force, Una, Royal Dutchess, Askum and Timmy Bird also ran. SECOND $700 purse, pace, one mile. Don's Cindy (Finlayson) 5.70 3.20 2.20 Bears bounce Rams The revitalized Virden Golden Bears won for the second consecutive tirae and the Souris Sabres won for the first time in Southwest High School Football League play Sunday. The Golden Bears, who lost their first two games of the season, moved into second place in the North Division with a 14-1 triumph over the slumping Russell Rams. In Souris, meanwhile, the Sabres defeated Melita Marauders 20-0 in a battle of winless South Division teams. Vir 14 Rus 1 Brian Curtis was the whole show as far as the Golden Bears were concerned. Curtis, who picked up 126 yards on 17 carries, scored all the Virden points on a pair of touchdowns, a convert and a single. Howard Zimmer was Russell's leading offensive player, picking up 44 yards on 11 carries. Sou 20 Mel 0 Doug Butler scored two TDs, one on a 50-yard run, to lead the Sabres to their first win in four outings. Randy Vandermeullen returned a Melita punt 30 yards for the game's other major score. Butler gained 170 yards along the ground on 18 carries, while team-mate Glen Kirby had 68 yards on 11 attempts. Paul. Willart led the Marauders, 0-4. with 104 yards rushing on 16 carries. The scheduled Neelin Spartan at Dauphin Clipper game was postponed due to poor road conditions through riding Mountain National Park. Killarney trampled Boissevain Broncos 57-26. No details were available. lary Champ i Time 2: 116 Dailv double 14.20 Single Grattan, Beaver Cash. Some Scott, Grtropa Frisco and Chuck Spangter also ran. THIRD $700 purse, pace, one mile. Paddv Adioson (Sloppier) 12.70 B.70 4.20 EUa's Charley (Douglas) 5.BO 3.30 Potligh Genie (Bain) 2.90 Time: 2:12.8 Quinella 50.60 Pegasus Pence, Yankee Julie, Chilco Pal, Got To Be and Chappy B Cash also ran. FOURTH - $800 purse, pace, one mile. El Jay Sandy (Linton) 2.90 2.40 220 Charles Pick ( Hill ) 3.20 2.30 Cimmaron Topsey (Sampson) 2.60 Time: 2:10 Quinella 9.10 Douglas N. and Beth b. Bars also ran. FIFTH i $3,780 purse, pace, one mile. Miranda Irish (Pitts) 8.30 5.00 4.60 Kentucky Rain (Hill) 9.40 5.50 Mary Lee Kirk (Wallace) 7.20 Time: 2:07.4 Quinella 57.40 Virden Lassie, Kayla Scott, True Chief Irish, Tammy Adioson and Don's Traveller also ran. SIXTH $800 purse, pace, one mile. Instant Coffee (Thompson Jr.) CFL Eastern Conference W L F A Pis Montreal 7 4 241 193 14 Hamilton 6 6 209 218 12 Ottawa 5 7 181 185 10 Toronto 4 7 185 223 8 Edmonton 7 3 224 148 14 B.C. 7 4 235 205 14 Sask. 6 6 226 227 12 Winnipeg 5 5 216 232 10 Calgary, 3 8 182 229 6 Game Saturday Edmonton at Toronto Games Sunday Ottawa at Hamilton Saskatchewan at Winnipeg B.C. at Calgary SUNDAY Cal. 10 Sask. 34 FIRST QUARTER Sask FG Berg 24 2:50. SECOND QUARTER Sask TD Dawson 5 pass from Lancaster (Berg convert) 5:05. Sask TD Dawson 59 pass from Lancaster (Berg convert) 6:46. Sask FG Berg 31 9:17. Cal TD Liske 1 (McFail con- 12:1 Sask TD Pearce 31 pass from Lancaster (Berg convert) 13:11. Cal FGMcFall 25 14:30. THIRD QUARTER Sask TD Campana 20 pass from Lancaster (Berg convert) 12:25. FOURTH QUARTER No scoring. Sask 3 24 7 034 Calgary 0 10 0 010 Sask. Cal. First downs 22 23 Yards rushing 203 70 Yards passing 269 340 Net offence 449 400 Passes made-tried 15-18 2643 Interceptions 3 0 Punts-average 5-43 4-31 Fumbles-lost ' 1-1 1-1 Penalties-yards 8-75 5-25 (Net offence is yards passing plus yards rushing, minus team losses such as yards lost on broken plays.) Ham. 10 B.C. 32 Ham FG Sunter 24 10:18. SECOND QUARTER B.C. TD Eley 14 run (Mac-Millan convert) 0:25. B.C. TD Eley 92 pass from Moorhead (MacMillan convert) 8:29. Ham TD Henley 23 pass from Etter (Sunter convert) 11:23. THIRD QUARTER B.C. TD Young 68 pass from Moorhead (MacMillan convert) 5:58. B.C. TD Harris 11 run. (MacMillan convert) 11:54, FOURTH QUARTER B.C. FG MacMillan 39 12:23. Hamilton 3 7 0 010 B.C. I 14 14 332 Ham. B.C. First downs 19 16 Yards rushing 88 219 Yards passing 246 270 Net offence 308 489 Passes made-tried 18-38 10-16 Interceptions 0 2-31 Punts-average 10-39 10-37 Fumbles-lost 1-1 3-1 Penalties-yards 4-20 9-45 Tor. 19 Ott. 7 FIRST QUARTER Tor FG Andrusyshyn 25 2:25. Ott FG Organ 27 8:56. SECOND QUARTER Ott FG Organ 35 4:27. THIRD QUARTER Tor TD Simpson 7 pass from Rae (Andrusyshyn kick failed) 6:09. Tor Single. Andrusyshyn 34 12:33. FOURTH QUARTER Ott Single Adams 45 3:53. Tor Single Andrusyshyn 75 5:51. Tor Single Andrusyshyn 50 12:48. Tor TD Hurd 33 pass from Rae (Andrusyshyn convert) 14:07. Toronto 3 0 7 019 Ottawa 3 3 0 17 Tor. Ott. First downs 13 17 Yards rushing 97 97 Yards passing 170 218 Net offence 267 315 Passes made-tried 9-22 19-34 Interceptions 1 3 Punts-average 9-52 9-38 Fumbles-lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-yards 6-40 6-60 SATURDAY Mon. 15 Wpg, 24 FIRST QUARTER Mon TD Jones 7 run (Sweet convert failed) 4:43. SECOND QUARTER Wpg TD Jack 1 pass from Ealey (McKee convert failed) 9:08. Mon TD Dalla Riva 15 pass from Jones (Sweet convert failed) 14:01. Wpg TD Williams 109 kickoff return (McKee convert) 14:20. THIRD QUARTER Wpg - Single McKee 49 11:32. Wpg TD Washington 41 run (McKee convert) 13:14. FOURTH QUARTER Mon FG-SwNt36 1:08. Wpg-FG McKst22 8:17. Montreal 6 6 0 315 Winnipeg 0 13 8 324 Mon. Wpg. First downs 21 17 Yards rushing 274 200 Yards passing 130 71 Net offence 384 256 Passes mado-triod 9-21 10-15 Interceptions 0 2 Punls-average 6-36 8-45 Fumbtes-lnst 4-3 1-1 Penalties-yards 10-55 6-25 Mary's Mod (Brokenshire) 3.60 Time: 2:10 Quinella - 24.60 Dee Anna Key. Princess Dominate, Rolling Clever. Punkie and El Jay Fire also ran. WW purse, pace. Racer Wave (Thompson Jr.) 5,50 3.102.30 J. D. Front (Wallace) 6.60 2.90 Kwick Cash (Millitaire) 220 Time: 2:09 Quinella 22.70 Silvers Pence, Adios Spangler, Darlings Boy, Warrior Reynard and Patricia Chips also ran. EIGHTH $1,500 purse, pace, one mile, Ella's Billy (Kosters) 5.903.002.70 Aerial Time (Bain) 2.50 2.10 Goldie Chief (Temple) 2.90 Time: 2:08.4 Quinella 10.60 ' Learena, Key Lou Ann, Maxies Choice, Tracy Blair and Loafer Creed also ran. NINTH S700 purse, pace, one mile. Sharp Edge (Bain) 3.60 2.602.50 Evil Weevil (Sugarman 3.20 3.40 Gitchie Manitou (Lems) 3.00 Time: 2:09 Quinella 8.90 Siidell Time, Flying Clancy, Flying Kara, Revjllie Belle and Irish D Bars also ran. Attendance 1,310 Betting $95,682 LEADERS TD C FG S Pis Cutler, E 9 22 19 6 85 MacMillan, B.C. 0 21 15 14 80 Berg, S 0 25 12 2 63 Harris. B.C. 10 0 0 0 60 McKee, W 0 13 9 S 48 Thompson, S 7 0 0 0 42 Robinson, C 0 8 7 4 33 Eley, B.C. 5 0 0 0 30 Young. B.C. 5 0 0 0 30 Bledsoe, W 5 0 0 0 30 Willis. B.C. 4 0 0 3 27 McFail, C 0 8 6 0 26 Sunter, H EF0 16 30 7 113 Organ. O 0 10 31 5 108 An'shyn, T 0 14 20 12 86 Sweet, V. 0 21 18 4 79 Dalla Riva, M 5 0 0 0 '30 MulIer.T 4 0 0 0 24 Fleming, H 4 0 0 0 24 Jones, M 4 0 0 0 24 Eastern Division New England 3 0 0 82 58 1 Miami 2 1 0 76 71 Buffalo 2 1 0 53 56 NY Jets 1 2 0 51 61 Baltimore 0 3 0 23 80 Central Division Cincinnati 2 1 0 71 30 Pittsburgh 1 1 1 65 52 Houston 1 2 0 35 51 Cleveland 1 2 0 34 69 Western Division Oakland 2 1 0 64 28 Kansas City 2 1 0 48 50 San Diego 1 2 0 55 66 Denver 0 1 1 45 52 250 National Conference Eastern Division St. Louis 3 0 0 53 20 1.000 Phila. 2 I'D 46 27 .667 Washington 1 1 0 23 27 .500 Dallas 1 2 0 40 27 .333 NY Giants 1 2 0 44 47 .333 Central Division Minnesota 3 0 0 90 30 1.000 Green Bay 2 I 0 58 64 .667 Chicago 1 2 0 45 43 .333 Detroit 0 3 0 34 45 .000 Western Division Los Angeles 2 1 0 55 30 .667 S Francisco 2 1 0 36 44 .667 New Orleans 1 2 0 27 54 .333 Atlanta 0' 3 0 23 54 .000 Results Sunday ' New England 20 Los Angeles 14 St Louis 29 Cleveland 7 Miami 28 San Diego 21 'Philadelphia 30 Baltimore 10 Oakland 17 Pittsburgh 0 New Orleans 14 Atlanta 13 Minnesota 11 Chicago 7 Buffalo 16 NY Jets 12 NY Giants 14 Dallas 6 Green Bay 21 Detroit 19 Kansas City 17 Houston 7 Cincinnati 21 San Francisco 3 Game tonight Washington vs. Denver SATURDAY P.E.I. 22 Mount Allison 18 Acadia 43 Dalhousie 13 Western 30 Windsor 16 Loyola22McGi)l8 Bishop's 21 Carleton 16 McMaster25 Guelph 21 Wilfrid. Laurier 41 Waterloo 7 Toronto 32 Queen's 9 Ottawa 55 York 23 Manitoba 11 Saskatchewan 0 Alberta 53 UBC 10 U.S. college Massachusetts 14 Dartmouth 0 Yale 20 Connecticut 7 Clemson 21 Georgia Tech 17 North Carolina State 28 Syracuse 22 Ohio State 28 Southern Methodist 9 Cornell 40 Colgate 21 Templs 34 Boston College 7 Brown 45 Rhode Island 15 Princeton 6 Rutgers 6 Southern Cal 16 Pittsburgh 7 Duke 27 Virginia 7 . Purdue 31 Notre Dame 20 Harvard 24 Holy Cross 14 Boston U 29 Vermont 6 Georgia 52 South Carolina 14 Michigan 52 Naw 0 Toledo 19 Ohio 16 Texas Tech 25 Texas 3 Kentucky 28 Indiana 22 Kansas 40 Florida State 9 Oklahoma 72 Utah State 63 Louisiana Tech 20 Arkansas State 7 Nebraska 29 Northwestern 7 Arkansas 60 Tulsa 0 Colorado 24 Wisconsin 21 Bowling Green 21 West Michigan 13 WCIAA W L 'f F A Pis Alberta 4 0 0 210 41 8 Calgary 2 1 0 45 86 4 Sask. 1 2 0 70 65 2 Manitoba 1 2 0 39 61 2 UBC 0 3 0 24 135 0 Results Saturday Manitoba 11 Saskatchewan 0 Alberta 53 UBC 10 5-PIN BOWLERS URGENTLY NEEDED For Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 9 p.m. and Friday at 7 p.m. PHONE 727-1138 AAunroe Eley too elusive for Tiger-Cats' defence By THE CANADIAN Munroe Eley put on a dazzling display of running and pass-catching Sunday as British Columbia Lions regained a share of first place in the Western Conference by overpowering Hamilton Tiger-Cats 32-10 in an interlocking Canadian Football League game in Vancouver. Eley scored two touchdowns and accounted for almost half of the Lions' total offence of 489 yards 125 yards on 14 carries and 113 yards on three catches. The victory gave the Lions 14 points in 11 games to tie them with Edmonton Eskimos who have the same total in 10 contests. In other weekend CFL action, the Blue Bombers downed . Montreal Alouettes 24-15 in Winnipeg Saturday and Saskatchewan Roughriders defeated Calgary Stampeders 34-10 in Regina Sunday. B.C. got on the scoreboard early in the first quarter with a single on a wide field goal attempt by Ivan MacMillan who kicked four converts and a 39-yard field goal. "Hamilton came -back with a 24-yard field goal by Ian Sunter. The Lions jumped ahead 8-3 on the first play of the second quarter with Eley's 14-yard touchdown scamper. Then his 92-yard pass-and-run gave the Lions a 15-3 edge. Garney Henley hauled in a 23yard pass for the only Hamilton touchdown to make the score 15-10 at the half. A pass by quarterback Don Moorhead early in the third quarter gave -Tim Young his fifth touchdown Allison OTTAWA (CP) An interception by defensive halfback Wayne Allison in the third quarter was the key to Toronto Argonauts' 19-7 win Sunday over Ottawa Rough Riders in the Eastern Football Conference. The pass intended for Ottawa's Terry Wellesley tipped into Allison's hand on the Toronto 20 and he galloped to the Ottawa 25 before he wastaekled. Two plays later quarterback Mike Rae threw the first of two touchdown passes a sevenyard end-zone toss to Larry Simpson and the Argos were on their way to their first win infive games. The victory left them only two points behind Ottawa, although still last intheEFC. An interception by Tim Anderson late in the fourth quarter led to Toronto's other touchdowns. Rae killed off all Ottawa hopes for a win with a 33-yard throw to Chuck Herd. Zenon Andrusyshyn added a field goal, two singles and a convert to theArgototal. The Riders managed only two field goals by-Gerry Organ and a single by Dick Adams. Ottawa coach George Braneato said the Allison interception turned the game around. Ottawa held a6-3edgeatthetime. Argo coach Joe Moss said the win could mean a new season for Toronto, whose playoff hopes were dim going into the game. Moss praised Rae's passing he completed nine of 22 throws for 170 yards. The Argos managed only 97 yards rushing but kept the Riders to the same ground gain. Ottawa quarterback Jerry Keeling was good on 19 of 34 attempts for 218 yards in the air. Despite rain earlier in the day and threats of more to come, the attendance was 18,902, the best in the last three' Ottawa home games. of the season and an 11-yard run by Lou Harris added thd other Lions touchdown. Calgary's loss all but crushed the Stampeders' hopes for a WFC playoff position. Roughrider quarterback Ron Lancaster hurled four touchdown passes to give Saskatchewan its second victory in its last seven games. Newcomer Rheot Dawson and wide receiver Bob Pearce both beat Calgary defensive back Ozell Collier on long touchdown catches of 58 and 31 yards respectively. Lancaster also threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Bobby Thompson and a 20-yard, third-down pass to Tom Campana. Kicker Brian Berg converted airtouchdowns and added field goals of 24 and 31 yards. The Stampeders' only scoring came on a one-yard run by quarterback Peter PAUL WILLIAMS stars for Herd was a stickout for Toronto, catching four passes for 141 yards. Doyle Orange with 57 yards on 11 carries was theirbest rusher. iiiiiUi) Chrysler Dodge t D-Day is Dodge Day.. .the day our 75 models arrive including Chrysler and Imperial and Dodge Trucks. Be sure you join us for the fun and excitement. Here's just some of the news you'll see and hear about! SEE OUR SALESMEN TODAY ALMaeKAY AILAN MITCHELL CEC SPARROW Come 32S0 VICTORIA AVE. 728-3396 Liske and a convert and 25-yard field goal by Cyril McFail. The Riders' star fullback, George Reed, carried 26 times for 121 yards to give himself 1,065 yards for the season his record 11th season of more than 1,000 yards rushing. At Winnipeg the Allouettes, Eastern Conference leaders, sealed their fate in the first half when tmey piled up four times as much offence as the Blue Bombers 248 yards to 62 but trailed 13-12. Montreal's opening drive ended with quarterback Jimmy Jones scampering around left end for a seven-yard score on a third-down gamble. Winnipeg's pass defence limited Jones to just nine completions in 21 attempts, picked off two passes and knocked down three others in the end zone. Montreal's inability to hit on key passes , forced them into costly miscues and kicking situations that the Bombers turned into scoring plays. Brian Jack gave the Bombers their first touchdown early in the second quarter after Merv Walker ran a wide field goal attempt back 53 yards. Later in the quarter, Paul Williams rambled 109 yards on a kickoff return for the touchdown that put Winnipeg ahead for the first time. Rookie running back Jim Washington got the other Winnipeg touchdown and Walt McKee converted two touchdowns and kicked a field goal and a single. Peter Dalla Riva snared a touchdown pass from Jones in the second quarter to round out the Alouette scoring. Argos Rhome Nixon led Ottawa receivers with 76 yards on six catches. Art Green led Ottawa rushers with 7 0 yards on 12 carfiesv' " 'a Tuesday, October 1st in and see THE BRANDON SUN, They all don 't go Johnny Miller, kicks his foot as he misses a putt for par on the 18th hole of Sunday's final round of the Kaiser International Open. Miller made a bogie six but it made no difference; he won the tourney, his eighth in 20 starts this season, by a whopping eight strokes. (Ap wirephoto) Johnny M ... for Money NAPA, Calif. (AP) Johnny Miller wouldn't trade his performance on the U.S. professional golf tour this season for any major championship. "I'd never trade this season for one major championship, no matter what Jack Nicklaus says or anybody else," Miller said after his overwhelming eightstroke victory Sunday in the Kaiser International Open. It gave him eight titles for the year the most anyone has won on the American tour since Arnold Palmer took the same number in 1960 and put his season money - winnings at THE BRANDON LADIES CURLING CLUB wtll hold its FALL MEETING WED., OCT. 2 ot Brandon Curling rink at 9 o'riock. Phone Clio Jedtl 727-6211 or Elsie Foster 727-3460 Dodge Royal Monaco Brougham This year there's more luxury than ever before in the great Dodge Monaco full-size Charger Special Edition Meet a very special Charger, Charger Special Edition It's like no other Charger before. the new 75's Cfirysi Mondoy.. September 30, 1974 11 in $346,933, breaking the single season mark of $320,542 set by Nicklaus in 1972. His eight stroke win matched the biggest victory margin on the tour this season, with a six-under-par 66 in the final round and a 271 total, a distant 17 under par on the6,819-yard course. He moved into a share of the lead with a hole-in-one on the second hole of Saturday's third round and put it out of reach with some fine putting in Sunday's final round. He one-putted seven times on the front nine, once holing from 60 feet, on his way to a SI. line. The Royal Monaco Brougham 2-door pillared hardtop features concealed headlamps and formal opera windows. Very personal. Very luxurious with crushed velour upholstery and shag carpeting. This is one car you've just got to see, you've just got to drive. mmm er Dodge

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