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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August LETHBRIDGE HERALD-13 Eskimos edged 24-23 in CFL encounter Ray Jauch praises Roughriders REGINA (CP) Head coach Ray Jauch of Edmonton Eskimos admitted Friday night Saskatchewan played a tremendous game after hi? club lost a 24-23 Western Foot- ball Conference decision to the Roughriders Jauch, in the dressing room after the game played before fans, said his club just couldn't get the ball away Irom them in the second half With less than two minutes remaining in the game and the score at 24-23, Edmonton's Dave Cutler tried a field goal from the Saskatchewan 41 only to have it blocked by Lome Richardson The ball was recovered by Rider Bob Pearce and veteran Geoige Reed ran out the clock The blocked field goal didn't lose us the Jauch said We just didn t get the ball in the second half that s what lost us the game For Saskatchewan, it was a night to prove themselves after a 31 7 defeat in Ed- I'M WITH ME I'M UP'ERE. d NO WONDER VOU'VE AMOUNTED TOANV NOU'VE NEVER GOT UP EARW ENOUGHJNTHE DON'T KNOW, KID. I'VE NOTICED THAT THEM WHO GgT UP GO TO THEM WHO GET UP UATE TO Gary Player always concentrates CLEMMONS NC (AP) I don t like to call it self-hyp- nosis said Gary Player The name for it is that s a word most golfers know Thus the 150 pound shotma ker from Johannesburg de- scribed the mental and physical discipline that has sent him surging into conten tion for the PGA crown I knew I had a lot of shots to make up I know it looks like I m unemotional out there I suppose I am I just drop my head look at the ground and keep going Player was five shots out of the lead starting the second round Friday in the late after- noon after John Schlee had torged into the lead with 68 135 and four other players including Jack Nicklaus and Lee Trevino had posted sub par scores for 36 holes Then came Player spewing out birdies like a relentless machine It was almost dark when the )7 vear old South African came home a record tying six under par 64 which turned him into a definite threat lor a third major cham pionship this season Going into the final 36 holes today and Sunday Schlee at 135 holds a one-stroke lead over Hubert Green 68- lib followed by Player and his South Africa fellow countrvman Bobby Cole 69- 68 tied at 137 Jack Nicklaus, 69 and Lee Trevino 73-66-139 For one stretch Player had six birdies in the space of seven holes Player's 64 tied the PGA record set by winner Bobby Nichols and Nicklaus at Columbus Country Club in 1964 Of the afternoon starters only the 62-year-old Sam Snead and Al Geiberger besides Player managed to conquer the course NFL strike hurts gates The ASSOCIATED PRESS The total turnstile count was 21 5bO Friday at Baltimore and Washington for National Football League ex- hibition games with rookies and free agents replacing striking veterans Fans stayed away in droves at Baltimore s Memorial Sta dium where 6 792 people came to see Detroit Lions beat the Colts 6 i And only 14 768 people were interested enough to watch Houston worst team in the NFL last vear Washington Redskins 48 3 at RFK Stadium Dave s four-yard touchdown strike with six minutes left in the game enabled the Lions to offset a Tom Lmhart field goal Of 37 vards for the Colts Rookie tackle Archie Pear- mon got to Baltimore quarter- back Bob Bobrowski twice forcing the Colts to punt from deep in their own territory and helping to set up the winn- ing touchdown Rookie quarterback Jim Poote led the Oilers by com- pleting 10 of 16 passes for 206 vards and two touchdowns be lore leaving the game early in the fourth quarter Former Toronto Argonauts Joe Theismann went all the way at quarterback for the Redskins but had a poor night with four of his passes inter- cepted Foote s 42 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Billy Johnson another rookie gave the Oilers a 7-0 lead late in the first period In games tonight, it s Atlanta Falcons at Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles at Cincinnati Bengals New Orleans Saints at Miami Dolphins St Louis Cardinals at Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings at Denver Broncos Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams and New Jets at San Diego C hargers New York s Giants travel to New England Patriots for a Sunday game MUNDINE WINS WARM-UP BRISBANE (Reuter) Australian middleweight Tony Mundine scored a fifth-round victorv Fridaj over Nate Collins of the United States What's good for you has to be good for us. When you buy a new or used car to your satisfaction, you'll tell others how well you did at our dealership. (The same goes for service.) You'll talk about the money you saved as well as the consideration you received. We value your word-of-mouth endorsement of our very simple business. We can talk about being competitive. But only you can really prove it. y j 10-SViBC MUSTANG GHIA DEMO 10 5MrB V6 auto red with white vinyl roof Beautiful little luxury car Was 00 Summer Sell 10-5'AB COMET CUSTOM 2-DOOR V8 auto P S vinyl roof custom interior and exterior A fully equipped vehicle Was 50 Summer Sell 10-5'AB CAPRI 4 sp trans radio and equipped as only Capri can be Was 10-5'2BC Summer Sell An Otter PINTO 2 DR. SEDAN Bright red with a speed stan- dard trans Was 10 Sumnwr Sell MAVERICK GRABBER 2 DR. V8 auto PS white with orange grabber trim Was 40 Summer SMI BMI DMll 10-5 MAVERICK 4 DR. SEDAN 6 cyl auto ps Bright blue metallic Value Option Package Was 90 10 .Summer Sell Out WE RUN A VERY ample business superior ma tars The One Best Dear TABER, ALBERTA PHONE 223-3537 monton when the two clubs met for the first time this season Saskatchewan had to fight back from a 20-10 half-time deticit with the handicaps of two drives halted by a lost fumble and a pass intercep- tion The victory left Saskatchewan and the Eskimos tied in second place in the conference each with four points two behind leading British Columbia Lions Riders scoring was led by halfback Bobby Thompson who tallied two touchdowns in the second half, one on a 10- yard pass from quarterback Ron Lancaster and the other on a one-yard run Lancaster, after the game, said his offence had a "lot to prove after its disappointing effort at Edmonton Reed the Riders star full- back was scoreless but helped set up scoring with 128 yards gained in 20 carries Other Saskatchewan scoring came on a 75-yard pass and run touchdown play from Lan caster to Peter Watson and Brian Berg's three converts and a 15-yard field goal Edmonton's two touchdowns were scored on a one run bv Calvin Harrell and a seven-yard pass from Bruce Lemmerman to Garry Lefebvre Cutler kicked three field goals, from 40, 28 and 19 yards in addition to the two converts Statistics showed Saskatchewan s mam margin over Eskimos was in the runn- ing game Riders piled up 177 vards on the ground compared with 72 for Edmonton Lancaster was good on 16 of 28 pass attempts for 246 yards while Edmonton s Tom Wilkinson succeeded on 12 of 17 attempts for 130 yards Lemmerman was good on of 14 for 136 yards Saskatchewan's Elbert an offensive tackle broke his ankle SASKATCHEWAN 24, EDMONTON 23 Edm Sask First Downs 21 26 Yards rushing 72 177 Yards passing 266 246 Net offence 316 423 Passes 1931 1628 Interceptions 1 0 6 45 6 38 11 11 3 37 8 70 CFL Western Conference W L F A Pts B C 3 0 78 48 6 Edmonton 2 1 74 37 4 Sask 2 1 55 72 4 Winnipeg 0 2 28 55 0 Calgary 0 3 44 67 0 Eastern Conference Montreal 3 0 82 54 6 Hamilton 1 2 66 72 2 Ottawa 1 2 50 64 2 Toronto 1 2 66 74 2 Golf league COUNTRY CLUB Low net D Jensen King 27 Low gross Barry Kimery, Bastedo's 39 Low team net Packers, R Held. J McCutcheon G McDavid and F Morgan 139 COUNTRY CLUB Lakeview Texaco 134 Bastedos 126 Gentlemen III 125 Packers 121 Lethbndge Office Furniture 117 Oliver 115 Dorigatti 109 Reliance Agencies 107 Blacks 104 Perky 102 Eatons 99 King Chrysler 55 Bob Foster loses title MEXICO CITY (Reuter) The World Boxing Council has stripped American Bob Foster of the world light-heavyweight title he has held since 1968 Council president Ramon Velasquez said Friday that Foster was stripped of his ciown for not signing a contract for a title defence against the top contender, John Conteh of Britain Velasquez said British European and Com- monwealth Jorge Ahumada of Argentina would clash for the vacant title Ahumada drew with Foster in a title challenge in Albuquerque last June MAY LOSE RAE TORONTO (CP) Toronto Argonauts mav be without quarterback Mike Rae when they play host to Hamilton Ti- ger-Cats in an Eastern Foot- ball Conference game Wednesday Home stretch This unidentified cyclist starts to make his move down the final stretch in the boys' 16-year old and under cycling event of the Southern Alberta Summer Games Cycling is just one of 12 sports featured in the 5th annual Games which conclude in Fort Macleod today Summer Games in final day The Southern Alberta Summer Games continued Friday in Fort Macleod with competition in slow pitch ten- nis golf cycling archery and equestrian taking place The one-day cycling event was concluded at the Fort Macleod Airport while the other events will continue un- til the conclusion of the Games today The final three of twelve sports will begin today as horseshoe synchronized swimming and small bore enthusiasts have their day in the spotlight The four day event winds up today with the closing ceremonies in the early evening A complete list of the final two days of individual results and a Games wrap up will run in the Monday edition of The Herald TRAPSHOOTING Senior class 1 T Harty Warner 2 D Jackman Willow Creek 3 J Heppler Warner Class A 1 L Esklund Willow Creek 2 Ken Kotkas City of Lethbndge 3 D Collins 40 Mile Sub Junior class 1 K Kultgen 40 Mile 2 G Pittman Warner 3 D Pittman Warner Class C 1 D Bates Pmcher Creek 2 R Wutzke 40 Mile 3 B Ohler Willow Creek Junior class 1 Kerwin Kotkas City of Lethbndge 2 Serge Cattoni City of Lethbndge 3 B Rhodes Vulcan Class B 1 G Jones Willow Creek 2 M Anderson County of Lethbndge 3 J Wutzke 40 Mile Ladies class 1 Wark Vulcan 2 A Wark Vulcan 3 S Anderson County of Lethbndge TENNIS Boys doubles (14 and under) 1 Stan Sjogren and R Williams City of Lethbndge 2 S Maclean and B Adler Willow Creek 3 T Alston and J Mikada Cardston Boys singles (14 and under) 1 Brendon Adler Willow Creek 2 Stan Jankunis County of Lethbndge 3 Ned Jankunis County of Lethbndge Mixed doubles (14 and under) 1 N Jankunis and C Jankunis County of Lethbndge 2 J Tmk and David Off Pmcher Creek 3 R Grynoch and A Lee Willow Creek Girls doubles (14 and under) 1 G Luchia and D Pierson County of Lethbndge 2 C Garner and C Richard City of Lethbndge 3 D Bort and J Rme Cardston Girls singles (14 and under) 1 Cathy Jenkins County of Lethbndge 2 Donna Pierson County of Lethbndge 3 Stacy Pitcher Cardston Midget Men Long Jump 1 Stanley Blackwater 40 Mile 2 Shane Lacusta Cardston 3 Bruce Wutzke 40 Mile Juvenile Men Discus 1 Leonard Bird Warner 2 Anthony Millar Warner 3 Alfred McMaster Card ston Senior Men Long Jump 1 Del Cleland 40 Mile 2 Calvin Tolley Willow Creek 3 Melvm Woitee Warner Senior Men Discus 1 Bob Manlier Warner 2 Melvm Woitee Warner Juvenile Men 400 Metre 1 A Campbell Cardston 2 R Plourde Willow Creek 3 E Yellowhorn Peigan Juvenile Men 100 Metre 1 D Yuill Cardston 2 L French Card ston 3 M Bruised Head Blood Reserve Intermediate Men 1500 Metre 1 R Wells Blood Reserve 2 W Street 40 Mile 3 R Rice City of Lethbndge Intermediate Men 100 Metre 1 R Schlochter 40 Mile 2 M Workamn Taber 3 J Wolfe Warner Bantam Men 100 Metre 1 B Watson Crowsrest Pass 2 R Malchow County of Lethbndge 3 J Dunseith 40 Mile Bantam Women 200 Metre 1 C Meyeshiro City of Lethbndge 2 C Ens County of Lethbndge 3 L Brooks Warner Juvenile Women's 200 Metre 1 Lanny Hirsche Warner 2 Mane Thernault Pmcher Creek Bantam Women s Shot Put 1 Brenda Olesky City of Lethbridge 2 Rose Ann Mastel 40 Mile 3 Brenda Broadhead Cardston Bantam Women's Long Jump 1 Brenda Pregtizer Taber 2 Gloria Braun Willow Creek 3 Nancy Himsl City of Lethbridge Intermediate Women's Shot Put 1 Audrey Many Grey Horses Blood Reserve 2 Veronica Thomas Warner Pee Wee Women's Long Jump 1 Heather Slawson 40 Mile 2 Kaley Davis Cardston 3 Anita Ham Coun ty of Lethbndge Senior Women s Discus 1 Millie Hutchmson Warner 2 Ute Eremenko Willow Creek 3 Bonny Ully Crowsnest Pass Midget Women's Long Jump 1 Sharon Billeck County of Lethbridge 2 Linda French Cardston 3 Carla Van Ham 40 Mile Intermediate Women's Long Jump 1 Jeanne Hicken Warner 2 Eleanor Cleland 40 Mile 3 Margo Gyorfi Taber Senior Women's Long Jump 1 Barbara Juhasz Cardston 2 Hope Grace County of Lethbridge 3 Val Eegler Warner Midget Women's Javelin 1 Barb Allen Willow Creek 2 Roxanne Wells Blood Reserve 3 Vivian Hirsche Warner Juvenile Women's Shot Put 1 Dallas Schmidt 40 Mile 2 Donna Metzler Pmcher Creek 3 Marianne Trenker Warner Intermediate Women's 100 Metre 1 Jeanne Hicken Warner 2 Shirley Petiot Willow Creek 3 Marianne Kemble Warner Senior Women's 100 Metre 1 M Hass Warner 2 H Gage County of Lethbridge 3 V Legler Warner Pee Wee Women's 60 Metre i A Saccamoni City of Lethbridge 2 C Markosky Crowsnest Pass 3 L Pylypow Taber BRC10 SPEED BIKES Chain guard, kick stand, reflector pedals, high shifters 95 ATTENTION In the market for a good used bike? 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