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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, LETHBRIDGE HCRALD-9 Graham Kelly Short sport After four exhibition contests and three league games, the Calgary Stampeders still haven't won anything in 1974 ex- cept, perhaps, the respect of their opponents. For while the Cowboys are winless in seven starts, they've sure looked good losing! The Stampeders spotted the Lions a commanding lead and then fell short with their comeback to lose 23-20. The following week against Saskatchewan, Calgary ignored the prophets of doom who said the Roughies would eat them alive, and lost squeaker, 24-18. On Monday night, the mighty Edmonton Eskimos were held to only one offensive touchdown as they beat their southern neighbors 20-6. Calgary could have won all three of those affairs. Instead they have the worst record in the Cana- dian Football League. Head coach Jim Wood never thought it was going to be any kind of cakewalk: "Nothing comes easy to a team that's mused the new Cowboy leader. '-'We've got 15 new people in the lineup. When you have a lot of rookies they make mistakes. They might come up with some big plays during a game, but they give up a few big ones, too. You're always scrambling." But Calgary has been unlucky as well. Sure Edmonton's an outstanding football team. But Peter Liske and company were moving the ball well the other night when Rick Galbos fumbled. Dick Dupuis picked it up and scampered 64 yards for a touchdown. Now, how many times does that happen? Ninety 'nine times out of a hundred, the ball would be recovered but the man wouldn't run very fa; with it. Later in the quarter, Liske was leading the Red and White on a long drive that started on his own three yard line. The old veteran rolled out to his left, and hit Moody Jackson on the Eskimo 20. But Liske was smash- ed to the ground reinjuring his painful hips in the process. The drive petered out. What team in the Canadian Football League does well without their regular quarterback? With Edmonton in trouble, the dice came up snake eyes, and Calgary had to go against the best in the west with a rookie quarterback. Against Saskatchewan, Liske had his heroes on the Roughrider seven yard line. Moody Jackson ran a post pattern into the end zone and slipped. He made a valiant attempt to corral the pass, but it was too much for any man to pull off. Later, Rudy Linterman went up for a pass in enemy territory only to have Bill Manchuk fall into the ball with his helmet and Ted Provost sting him in the back with a devastating tackle. There goes the old ball game. The Calgary Stampeders can't buy a break. Besides the ordinary things going wrong, the Cowboys were also victimized by injuries. They came out of their encounter with the Mean Green with no less than eight injuries, that, although minor, had to reduce their effectiveness against the Igloo dwellers in Edmonton. But the crusher came with the in- jury to Liske. Calgary was moving the ball with authority; the defence was playing well. The receivers were getting open all night, but rookie pivot Joe Pisarcik was usually wild. I'm con- vinced that with Pistol Peter at the controls, the Cowboys would have eaten Edmonton alive last Monday night. Oh, well. The Stampeders must take solace in small blessings. Everybody thought that their defence would come up big, but that the offence would be strictly from nowhere. Jim Wood and company, though, have done a very fine job with what they have to work with. Liske looks just as good as any quarterback in the league. His passing has been deadly, he has mixed his plays well, and he has assumed a real leadership role on the club. Although it likely cost them a ball game, Pisarcik was able to get into a genuine game situation and play three quarters. He made mistakes, he couldn't sustain an attack, but he went through the kind of baptism of fire that makes a rookie better. There's some advantage to that. Rick Galbos is coming into his own. I can't see Galbos being a great star in this league but he is going to be a very good journeyman football player who won't beat you very often with his own mistakes. Rick is a hardnosed ballplayer, tough, and hard to bring down. Roughrider coach John Payne made Galbos his last cut in 1973, keeping veteran Bobby Thompson instead. But Galbos is giving the Stampeders an extra receiver, and when used for that purpose, a respectable inside running threat. Moody Jackson is the people's choice in Calgary, a town that prizes good pass receivers Mind you, over the years the fine people of that southern city have been spoiled. Starting with Sugar Foot Anderson, and going through Ernie Warlick, Jack Gotta. Terry Evenshen, Herman Harrison and Gerry Shaw, the foothills fan has always had tremendous pass catchers to enter- tain them While it is too early to tell whether Moody Jackson and new tight end Robert Frazier will be great ones, they've certainly displayed the potential. Calgary has come up with a real plus in the aerial circus department. Wood has to be happy with the play of John Forzani. One of the three Calgary Forzani brothers, John has sat on the bench for most of his career. But now he's getting a good shot at offen- sive guard. Against Edmonton, Forzani had to keep big Leroy Jones at bay for part of the night. Besides looking impressive in that capacity, he also opened a few holes for Rick Galbos and Gene Thomas. With Harry Holton and Geary Murdock coming along nicely on the offensive line, the Stampeders have shown themselves capable of moving the football. CAREERS DAY CARE COORDINATOR LETHBRIDGE Y.W.C.A. Responsible for operation of a daycare centre 3 full days per week. Immediate. Apply, stating experience and qualifications to: PROGRAM COORDINATOR Y.W.C.A. St. South Lethbridge, Alberta ASSISTANT TO THE MANAGER A W on Scenic Drive is looking for an assist- ant to the manager. We are looking for a mature person who is willing to work toward advancement in our company. Experience an asset but not essential as we have a complete training program. 0 For a personal Interview Phone KEN MARTIN at 328-6056 For Appointment CANADA LOSES BARCELONA, Spain (AP) Spain defeated Canada's A team 11-1 in an exhibition water polo game Tuesday. The Spain B team had previously defeated Canada's B squad 8-2. CHAMPION QUITS LONDON (AFP) European bantamweight champion Johnny Clark of Britain said Wednesday that he is quitting the ring after an eye specialist said one unlucky blow might cause serious deterioration to his eyes. The specialist said Clark, who won 40 of 43 fights, now has good sight. ANNOUNCES TEAM PEKING (Reuter) China is apparently preparing to defy a ruling by the International Amateur Swimming Association that it 'can't send a swim team to the Asian Games in Tehran next month. The official Chinese news agency, Hsinhua, announced that a team of 34 swimmers and officials have been selected for Tehran. EAGLES DROP TWO PHILADELPHIA (AP) Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League said they have released two veteran defensive backs. Al Nelson, a 10-year cornerback, and Tom Roussel, a linebacker with seven years experience, were waived Tuesday. CANADIANS SIXTH NAPLES, Italy (CP) Paul Clifford and David Fell, both of Toronto, wound up sixth Wednesday in the third race of the world 470 yachting championship. Ivan Santa and Fracesco Colom of Spain won the race to remain in the over- all lead. JETS GET WOODS HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) New York Jets of the National Football League announced Wednesday the acquisition of Larry Woods, a 6-foot-6, 260-pound defensive tackle, from Miami Dolphins for an undisclosed future draft choice. SCOUTS-CLIPPERS DEAL KANSAS CITY (AP) Kansas City Scouts of the National Hockey League have signed a one-year working agreement with Baltimore Clippers of the American Hockey League. General manager Sid Abel said the Scouts will supply about 10 players to the Baltimore team next year. KINNERD HOT EDMONTON (CP) Trevor Kinnerd kicked 16 points Wednesday night as Ed- monton Huskies trounced Ed- monton Wildcats 34-2 in an Alberta Junior Football League game. Kinnerd kicked field goals from 20, 23, 27, and 43 yards and added three converts and a 65-yard single. Bob Lalonde scored a 46- yard touchdown on a pass from starting quarterback Dan McDermid. Rick Blanchette added a two-yard touchdown run and Darcy Deforest scored a touchdown on a five-yard pass from Kinnerd'S twin brother, Forrest. Race results CALGARY (CP) Wednesday's race results from Stampede Park. FIRST claiming. 2 year olds. 6 furlongs Centa Sail (Hedge) 5 60 3 60 3 10, Diamond El (Gold) 7.20 4 80. Dominion Princess (Rycroft) 4 30 Time- 1153-5 Gracious Host. Mr Zion, Castor Creek. Fleet Music. Hurricane Hank, Polar Lady, Bernie's Best also ran SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 6 furlongs Lydon County (Sorenson) 7.40 3 60 3 00, Red Lasso (D Wiseman) 3.00 2 70, Essentially So (Gold) 4 00 Time: 1.15 1-5 Irene Goodnight. Lady Cherry. Broken Mona, Fading Cry, Alkie, Mr Thunder, Prince Preciptic also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD S1.500, claiming. 4 year olds and up. miles El Halcon (Ollive) 13 90 5 90 3 70 White Rose Erli (Gold) 4 90 3 20, Blessed Hour (Kipling) 3 00 Time- 2-22 4-5 Heir Of Hope. Gogo Mack, Tetraspeed, Regal Flash, Empire Prince also ran FOURTH S2.500. claiming, 4 year olds and up, 6 furlongs So Long Fellas (Ray) 1510 5.80 3 90, Cary Beau (Whittle) 4 70 3.50, Coming Fury (Inda) 5.50 Time- 1-12 3-5 Kool Turk, Mighty Hawk. Nayu also ran FIFTH allowance, 3 year olds, 11- 16 mile Panarctic (Olliue) 14 30 6 50 3 60, Bazatha (Giesbrecht) 5.60 5.10. Gold Costume (L Wiseman) 6.30. Time- V45 4-5 Towers Image, Foolish Flight. Santa Fe King, Libation also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up. 1 1-16 mile Award (D Wiseman) 7 40 4 00 2 60 Prince Of Northlands (Sorenson) 4 60 2 90 Rockin Ruler (Kipling) 2.70. Time 1 -55 Summer Stan Tame Prince. Sherzad also ran SEVENTH handicap, 3 year old fillies. 1 1-16 mile. Snow Joke (Hedge) 9.00 4 70 3 40, To Say Girl (Morris) 4 50 3 80 Lady Silhouette (Whittle) 4 70 Time 1 25. Calgary's Princess Hadahoney, Miss Norge also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up. 7 furlongs Celtic Plot (McCauley) 1060 540 4 80, Jet Courier (Norris) 7.20 6.90, Let's Get Going (Giesbrecht) 5 80 Time 1 26 1-5. Patmos Paul's Deal, Sir J. Tays Talent, Pay Your Bill. Tickle Your Fancy also ran Track Scratch A New Star QUINELLA: INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 PINEGROVE SAWMILL LUMBER AUCTION SATURDAY, AUG. 10-1 A.M. Lathbridge Exhibition Grounds Approx. Feet of Lumber 2x4. 2x6. 2x8, 2x10. All in various lengths. Construc- tion Grade. Approx. 500 Sheets of Plywood V'.fc'MT Thick. Approx. 1000 Pressure-Treated Posts From thick. Lengths from 6% to 8 feet. Barb Wire and Tools Approx. 40 Gallons of Paint Various us colors. Sale Conducted by CHRISTIE Livestock Ltd. Auctioneer: Christie Lie. No 01O371 I I i atDUNLOPFORD Here's the opportunity you've been waiting for. Our inventory demands that we take immediate steps to reduce it by at least in prepara- tion for the 1975 Model Introduction. Profits be hanged! Come inl Make an offer! Every car in stock priced to sell this week. STOCK NO. 1740 BRAND NEW 1974 GRAN TORINO 2 DOOR HARDTOP Green glo in color with green vinyl roof, 351 V8, automatic, P.S., P.B., radial tires, AM radio, rear speakers, tinted opera windows. 5325 TOCKNO. 1795 BRAND NEW 1974 PINTO RUNABOUT 2300cc, radio, white with orange vinyl roof, luxury sports group. STOCK NO. 1514 1974 LTD. 4 DOOR brown metallic, air conditioning, V8 automatic, P.S., P.B.. radio, radial whitewall tires. Many other Ford Better Ideas. 5615 STOCK NO. 1327 1974 DEMONSTRATOR 1974 MUSTANG 4 cylinder, automatic, P.S., P.B., radio, ginger glo. OUTSTANDING VALUES ON THESE A-1 USED CARS! I STOCK NO. 1619A 1971 LTD 2 DOOR HARDTOP I Green with white vinyl roof, 8 cylinder, P.S., [p.B.. radio. I STOCK NO. 14S6A 1972 MONTEGO MX 2 door hardtop, 18 cylinder, automatic P.S., radio. STOCK NO. 13S3A 1973 FORD F250 TON CUSTOM j Green in color, V8, 4 speed transmission, P.B radio STOCK NO. 771A 1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON Blue in color, approx. miles, 4 cylinder, automatic, roof rack. S3495 STOCK NO. 1503A 1970 MARQUIS 4 door sedan, Green, gold in color, brown vinyl roof, V8 auto- matic, P.S.. P.B., radio. JUST INI 3-1969 FORD F-100 TON PICK UPS V8, 3 speed. Your choice. 1 Price Each STOCK NO. 1660B 1968V2TON GMC V8 automatic, radio, black and white. STOCK NO. 1805A 1970 MAVERICK 2 DOOR Gold in color, 8 cylinder 3 speed, radio. STOCK NO. 1772A 1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON White in color, approx. miles, 4 cylinder, automatic, radio, roof rack, radial tires. STOCK NO. 1525A 1970 MARQUIS BROUGHAM 4 DOOR HARDTOP Silver with black vinyl roof cylinder automatic, PS P B radio air conditioning, trans- mission )ust done STOCK NO. 1789A 1972DATSUN 1200 2 DOOR COACH Gold, 4 cylinder, 4 speed, radio. STOCK NO 1784A 1971 GRAN VILLE 4 DOOR HARDTOP 8 cylinder automatic, P.S.. P.B.. radio, new radial tires, air condi- tioning, approx. miles. DUNLOP FOR D SALE HOURS Wide Open Daily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ;