Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
-r-THE HtRALD Eskimos bobble ivay past li.C. How do you still win? EDMONTON (CP) Eskimos sturnljlcd on a new to win jjame night, but it's doubtful I hey'II put it in tlicir Western Conference playback. The idea is to ruin the opposi- tion's game plan with your own Jumbles, something the Kski- mos did seven limes as they opened the regular WKC KCH.SOII wllli a 31-22 victory over British Columbia Lions. "ilcH, how can you slick to n game plan when you're faced with nine tumble coach Eagle Keys said after bis Lions blew a to overcome a 20-poJnt lead (he Kskiinos had piled up in the first linlf by taking advantage of a couple of FJ.C. bobbles. "It a game oE Keys said, the difference tbitl the Eskimos made the most rjf the ones they recovered while the Moas missed 'be boat too often. "We moved the- hall well in the .second Mf but couldn't drj v.ith all those fum- Keys said. KtlfnonUjn Hay Jauch wa.sn'l overjoyed with his louse- fingured charges either "I've got a lot to discuss with bolh the offence and he -sairl. Three Eskimos who probably will e-scajm censure arc lion I-'oj-wifk, George McGowan and Tyrone Walls. Forwick, a veteran Canadian, intercepted ;i pyss and ran 4fi Lakers make trip north for nothing CALCJAHY (Special) The Lelhbridgc Lakers travelled to Calgary, but rain showers washed-out their Albcrtu Major Baseball league encount e r Tuesday niglil. It was also announced thai Hie Kcd Deer Elks at Calgary Giants, scheduled for Wednes- day is postponed of field concEitlons. Meanwhile in Red Deer a two-run homer by Lyle Moffat in the top of ninth inning gave Calgary (.Hants an EJ-G win over Red Deer Elks in a league game Tuesday. Moffats homer, off losing pitcher Cliff Hallou, was the (Hants third of the game. Boh Papworlh and Phil Kelber hit first inning liomers, Kellers with a man on to give Calgary a 3-0 lead. A three-run homer by Wayne McKcc and a solo shot by Maiiry Harden put Red Deer ahead (i-4 in the Ihird. Rick Uawson tripled In Mof- fat ami scored himself when n throw from (he outfield went astray to tic the game in the eighth. West, working in relief of Klarter Cionl Vejprava was the winning pitcher, lie took over with the bases loaded in the fourth and blanked the Elks on two hits over the last 5 1-3 in- nings, striking out eight., Glanfs..... J01 MO ID T Elki.......114 MO 6 11 T (14) and Daw- A, McKtc, Gallou (6) and Van Ornum. MR; Kelber, ROR Mac Earl wins at auloslalom Mae Earl, driving a Datoun 2-10Z emerged with top honors in the rcccat Lcthbrldgc Sports Car Club autoslalom held at College Mall. There were no entries in class J so classes 2, 3 and G were incorporated as a handicap event. Earl won this event nver Glen Fengslad. Third went to Dwain Sheldrake, Class 4 honors went to Mark Schocpp in VW Super Bcatle. Max Baltics was second fol- lowed by Nathan Schocpp. Ron Watson, in a Morris Mini, turned in the fastest time of Iho day in winning Class 5 over Hick Blakeley. Mark Den- nett was third. HOME AFTER THRILL OF LIFETIME Corrine Komotz, ships in Washington. Miss Kometz finished seventh over- centre, returned home Tuesday after com pell ng in the oil in tho competition. She is flanked by her mother National Congress All-American, Youth champion- Kathleen and falhcr Gordon. Local bmvlcr onlslaiiding Corrine! enjoyed lifetime thrill ening play. But we got ours ack when Sam S c a r b e r ropped the ball early in the icond half." "When you're down 19 points t the halfj you've got to play atch-up football. We moved the all well in the second half, but ouldn't do anything with all lose fumbles late in the fourth uarter. Hell, it was a game of Each club scored two louch- owns after fumble recoveries, ut the Lions muffed a third op- ortunHy from the Edmonton i-yard line when Eskimo de- knocked down three ineecutivo Don Moorhead asses. Meanwhile in Calgary although ie Stampeders expc- ence, new players will fill a ouple of tough positions for the am's season opener tonight ainst Winnipeg Blue Bomb- rs. Punting for the vStampeders be Don Moulton om the University of Calgary nd r-j ceiving punts will bo wkic Bill Hogan from Water- X) Lutheran, Hogan can also fill In as wide eceiver and Moulton Is a nd-stringer in the defensive ack field. The two, along with offensive uard Max Huber and wide re- eivcr Gary Kerr, were the only .ewcomers to mako tlic Football Conference squad his year. Coach Jim Duncan said the idditions bring versatility and add power to the offensive line of the team's chronic vcak spots. "Winnipeg probably has the most potent offence of any team right said Duncan "They're going to score points.' The Blue Bombers' scorin. power comes largely from quarterback Don Jonas wh Duncan described "as the mai cog in the wheel" for Winm peg's offence. Winnipeg will be a strong coc tender, Duncan predicted, an "we could be chasing them rather than they chasing us." EDMONTON W BRITISH COLUMBIA 31 Flrit downi Yards rushing Yards passing Net Offence Panes Interceptions Peru U rd THE PRICE IS RIGHT! Enjoy Iho crisp, clear days of Fall on a Honda. Sea tho completely just arrived "5-cylineIer CB 350 Super Sporl trail bikes and a full rango of larger molorcycles, all wild vcrc not disciasctl. lcil liy: Cl.nlio Simpkins llondj, ii Way, D.C. LETKBRiDGE HONDA CENTRE CHARVrEX, SALES SERVICE 2nd Avs. S. 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