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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta r, Ttl! UTimRIDGC Jov. AunuM P1 RK I t f 1NTERCEPTER LOSES HEAD Alon Brenner (25) of the Hamilton Tiger Cats appears to have lost his head afler grabbing off a Ron Lancaster pass intended for Late heroics turn tide Allen ford of the Saskatchewan Rougliriders Monday in Hamilton. Tho Tiger-Call won the opening game of Iho Canadian Football League with a 20-17 win. (CP Wirepholo) Porter made amends Monday HAMILTON (CP) Hamilton I Hmlzcd t as Saskatchewan! Tiger-Cats hod thank for the last-minute field goal that gave thorn a victory in their Canadian Football League opener Monday night. Ttiey also bad Porter to thank for the situation that made the down-to-the-uire heroics neces- sary for their 20-17 decision over Saskatchewan Rough- riders. Porter, an effective flanker %sith Ihe Ticals laet season, made a rags-to-rlches dehut as a defensive back, He was vie- Porter to qvisrterback Ron Lancaster thi'ew passes lo Bob Pearce. After Pearce streaked by him on n 62-yard pass-and-nm play to tie the scorn at 17-17, Porter made amends. He took the kickoff on his goal tine and ran it back 82 yards to plant the Ticals deep in Saskat- chewan tern ton'. Two plays later, with 37 seconds left, rookie Tan Kunter kicked the lie-breaking fic-ld goal from the SB-yard line. Hamilton quarterback Wally Gablcr rnn arounrt the end from the two-yard line for one touch- down aiul tossed a six-yard pass (o veteran Tommy Joe Coffey for another. Sunter completed the Ticat scoring with another field goal and two converts, Jack Abeml.schan converted Pearce's touchdowns and kicked a 42-yard field goal for the Riders. The TJger-Cals were never be- hind as frabler's touchdown slaked thorn to n tO-3 lead at the half, Pearce'n 14-yard reception Monufacturod by Ate Building Supplies. 24' span, 4 12 pitch, 2' overhang, New Home Fencing Specials 1x6 Spruce lin. Ft. 0 lie 12c 12c 1x8 Spruco lin. Ft, 2x4 Const Fir lin. ft. Const Kiln Dried Spruce lin. ct' Aipenita Sheet T1 Coni't. lin. Ft. 30c PITTSBURGH PAINTS EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT WHILE IT LASTS PER. GAL 4 For all your brick needs! We have a complete supply of I-X-L BRICKS COMBINATION DOORS ALUMINUM NOW ONLY made It 10-10 at the cud of Uio t hi rd q ua rt or a n rl t ie t pa m s traded touchdowns Sun- tcr's wimiinc thrco-poinlcr. Porter, who bad not playorf defence as a professional, lost his jnh as flanker In flarncy Henley, who caught three of the 14 passes G abler completed in 2.T tries. Dave Buchanan Hamilton's most effective ball- carrier with 81 yards in 21 rushes. Lancaster completed 12 of ii 25 passes, seven of thorn (a Pearcc for M7 ynrrls, but the Ti cats stifled the fliflers' tfrcn nc attack, holding fullback Reed lo 33 yards on seven car- ries. Errors hurt both Hobs. Hnm ilton lost three fumbles, one o which set up Abenitschan's fiek goal late in the first quar or Lancaster gave up three in ccplions, two of them by A Brenner, who led the CKL nine last season, Meanwhile can a big Eskimo heat a limping Lion? That's a question that will rx> answered tonight when British Columbia Lions face Edmonton Eskimos, in Ciarke Stadium l open the Western Football Cono- ference regular season. The Li OILS, weakened by In jury, will go up against a rein forced Edmonton offensive lirv1 in the contest. The kickoff is a 3 p.m. MDT. The Eskimo offensive unit las been a spot for sovera sea.son.s, but coach Ray Jauch i.s confident things ore shaping up "You're damn lie said "I'm happier with our offensiv ine. We've got some size ther now." For instance there is guar Larry Watkins, who picket! up some tricks of the trade in brief stints with Toronto Argonauts anri Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He's and 2C5 pounds. His offensive cohorts arc centre t'etcr Travis, tackles Lance Olson ami Charlie Turner and guard Chip Kell. "Turner nrvt Ofson also have said Jrnirh, who no doubt wouM relish a repeat of the Ks- kiniry; 3-1-0 romp over Hie I, tons in R clnsh in VnncDii- ver. JO SASKATCHEWAN 57 Ham. Record athletes to lake iummer Games open Wednesday lly PAT SUI.UVAN llcr.iltl SilurU Wrllrr Today marks Ilic slml of Hie iiviision of some soulti- cr i atlilolos to help iow Island celebrate it.s Dia- mond Jubilee. Wednesday mornini: nt s Hie officinl nuniiiif! eeremoti- es for tlie third annual South- ern Aiherla Summer Clames. It [hat upwards o[ dignitaries will be on liand representing various govern- ment offiees. A tola! of nine regions win lake part in the Ciiimcs this Derek all set to Build Your Garage Now! and step Into ci warm cor this winter. BOSTON (AP) Derek Sanderson, the rugged, mod "cnlre for Ihe National Hockey liCEiflue champion Boston Bruins, has found o new home a bigger pny cheque. Sanderson and Philadelphia Blazers of the new World Hockey A-ssociation "reached an late Monday night m a ?2.G-million, five-year con- tract, which his Hob Woolf says "will make Sander- son the highest paid athlete in America." Woolf said early today that no contract actually had been igned, but that Sanderson anri n lasers' president. .Jim Cooper hnd readied a "verbal cgrcc- nicnl." A source in Philadelphia said the signing would take place in Philadelphia, probably Wednes- day. Sanderson could not be reached. VIFTII TO JUMP the signing, Sanderson will he the fifth Bruin to jump to the WHA this summer. Goalie Gerry Cheovcrs signed week with Cleveland Cru- saders Teddy Green s igned with New England Whalers and John U'ie) McKenzie and Ron Plumb have signed with Ihe 111 fixers. Sanderson, 20, a five-year vet- eran with thn NHL, is a supe- rior penalty killer and a scoring threat on the breakaway. Woolf, who said he has negoti- ated more than 400 contracts for athletes "hut this is the big- gest" said he and Sanderson met last Friday with Bruins' owners West on Adams senior ami junior. "They understood L h e situa- Woolf said, "They knew we weren't trying to upset their financial situation We didn't ask them the bill against the Woolf said the Blazers worn "so per.sislant in getting Derek they asked me and Me- Kenzie to go to Knrope where Derek was recently lo In Ik lo him." Tahcr Bantams drop Warlords The Tabor Bantams defeated the Lethbridgc Kinsmen War- lords for the first time in Han- tarn Lacrosse League play with an decision Monday night. Barry I' ol I a rrl sen red t h rce times to lead Taber's attack while Mike Dorchak and fler- rrmn Friescri added two goals Nelson Sakamofo also chipp- ed in with a solo marker. Don Wilson was outstanding in a losing cau-sp tallying four big goals while Steve Campbell aided with a pair. Meanwhile in 1'ec W c c League aclion, Ihe Taher IVe Wees edged the 1-olhiji idgc Kins- men Comets 5-1. year with Ihe rt'ct'iviiig n Icavn of absence (or one year. Heading Ihu list will the Municipal Districts of Pindicr Crcck, CanLslon and Willow Creek, Ilic Counties of I-clh- War nor and Korly Mile, the City ol Lcthbvidge, Medt-( cine Hat and Taber. Cat'dslon athletes have won the aggregate trophy in each of the past, two years edging out Warner on both occasions. The tijimer; came into being in 1070 and were held in 1'inch er Creek. Some athleles took part in the original com- petition. The popularity of tli? Games grew for the com- petition at ('larcsholm and some entries were accept- ed. "As of said Max Gibb, games director, "we have over entries." The people of How Islam! arc excited. So much so that they are going to bring (he Games torch all the way from Clares- holm to How Island by horse- hack. The torch was to leave Claresholm at nine this morn- ing and finish its journey to How Island (or the open- ing ceremonies Wednesday morning. j Track and field, junior girls' slow pitch, competitive swim- ming anri tennis will kick things off Wednesday. Thurs- day will see the finish of Ihe swimming and Irack and field well as action in junior hoys' slow pitch, equestrian and tennis. Tennis is again on Friday's agenda as is archery, ojxm women's slow pitch competi- tion and more equestrian. Tho Gamos wrap up Satur- day with Ilic finals In tennis, men's open slow pitch, trap- shooting, small hore, competi- ive f living, and horseshoes. Regional directoi s for this year include Hugh Waddle, Pincher Creek; Walker, Cardston; Hourassa Willow Creek; Andy Graspointer, War- ner; fiuck Geldert, County of Ixjlhbridfje; Roy Rlai.s, Tabor; Del Clcland, Forty Mite and Phil St on chouse, Medicine Hat. Chairmen for the How Island Games fire Rlnir McNcely, a ntl sma Ii bore; (lorry Firm ing, archery i Marilyn Thorson anri Vicki Cleland, diving; Drm Hanson, equestrian- Eugene Anglo, horseshoes; Gordon Hlanchard, slow pitch; Mike Janlzic, golf; Wynne Kvfins, swimming; George Hoth, ten- nis and Rick McDonald anri Ron Adams, track and field, Ga m es cha irm an i.s Judd Couillfird whiln in charge of officials is Ilert Knibbs antJ sta- tistics, Dennis Roth, The objective of the South- ern Summer Games is to encourage a sports program involving the greatest number of people possible, participating i n t hoi r own c oni in u n it y well as regional and area par- ticipation anri ct> opera lion. Also (o provide a stimulating opportunity for athlete s, coaches and offirials to reroive further trnining and exper- ience1. All is ready for the Iff? 2 Sum- mer Gamrs. It is expected over booster buttons will be sold promoting the four-dfiy event. ft will he like Max Gibb sair! "How Island will rernern- its fiOth birthday (or a long time." CAPr TAT BOY, FLO 1 _ G0 FETCH FOR M Tcm.' THE PEOPLE GET UP I DQS'T KSOW WHO1? THH .WOSST- THE -YOUNG-'uss os 7vWc Ali becomes a coinmi'Mtalor YORK Muham- mad Ali has sigiide lo he a box- ing com mental or for ARC's World of Sports Saturday of the Tnilrd Olympic boxing trials at West Poinl, Y Ali, n romrnontalnr two years ago v.'licn the nr-lvvork televised American boxing from Las Vega.'-, Nev will loam wit 1 1 I Jo wa t d ,'ose 11 in the 4- p.m., KDT, Olympic. Irinls r.-nverage, ARC Monday. roper wins Davis tops at Gas City JL CHARGEX CARDS ACCEPTED LYtE DAVIS BUILDING SUPPLIFS Shawn da vis, Ihr cmuripjon rukr from Whitehall. 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