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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI IfTHBSIDGE HERALD Solurcloy, Augull 14, 1771 Canada wins final gold medal of Games 'Adios amigos, come back sometime' CALf, Colombia (Cl'i II! But as they did in Mexico Cily was Ilio Olympics all nvur again fnr Tom Ciavfml and precise Inur yciifs ago, Ihc two Toronlo businessmen won another learn jumping gold medal lor Uiinndn Gayford and Elder stirred Ihc C -A ii ,1 cl .1 's equestrian The juge final-day crowd was excitement of the overflow there along with tl'ie noise and crowd of with their sec- lension. ond perfect ride Friday as twi- light beckoned and tlicn Hie s i xl h Pan-American Games closed. The equestrians beamed after completing an unprecedented sn'eep of all Ihree !c-am gold medals but H wasn't all that easy. ''The course here wasn't as high iji the fences as it was at Mexico City for (he Klclcr said, "but it's a tougher, Lighter course that puts a pre- mium on care and caution. The gold was the 19th won by Ihc Canadian loam, Hie most 's surprise- roughridcrs The pieces fell into place REGIKA iCPi "One of these days all the pieces are going to fall into place and we will knock someone said Winnipeg Blue Bombers' coach Jim earlier (his week as his learn prepared to do bat- yard single on a wide field-goal I passes, a CFL recoid, attempt for Saskatchewan and Lancaster threw two intercep- (ions to Paul Bmle and Doug kicked three converts. Ron Lancaster, marshalling Ihe Saskatchewan troops, had a difficult Lime against the Bomb- ers, completing 16 o[ 32 passes, He now has a career tolal of ANDY CAPP MUST V MISTER CAPP GOT A' BLINti DATE tie with Saskatchewan Rough- most of them in (he second half, riders. The pieces tell into place Fri- day night and the Bombers handed last year's Western Football Conference champions n 32-22 defeat, the firr' Winni- peg win at Taylor Field since the 1965 playoffs. It also was Winnipeg's first regular-season victory this year following three wins in [our exhibition games. Spa vital made good his prom- ise lo play a passing game as quarterback Don Jonas com- pleted 15 o[ 23 passes for 262 yards in less than two quarters of play. He left the field just before haltUmr; afler being shaken up and was replaced by Renji Dial, whn completed one of two for IP yards. The 16-yard pass to Ed WU- Lianis was good fnr a louchdown ill the third quarter. Williams also went over (he lino with a 14-yard run in Ihe final quarter. INTERCEPTION PAYS Newcomer Hex Pills grabbed one of four Winnipeg intercep- tions and carried 25 yards for a Bomber touchdown in the sec- ond period and rookie Bob Kraemer. who snagged a 17- yard Jonas pass, gol the oilier. Jonas was well enough to kick four converts and added a 42- yard fiejd goal, one of three at- lempts. A 36-yard single by pun- ier Ed Ulrner rounded oul the Winnipeg scoring. Veteran fullback George Reed pot all three Roughriders' Strong gol Ihc olher. Wally Dempsey got the only interception off Jonas, in the first quarter. Tlie game started off slowly with no scoring in the first STOP RUNNIN', LAC> SET T'SELF 7-awrv WHYNOT? IF THERE WERE NO V SAVIN1 THAT 'USBANDS, WHO'D LOOK AFTER THAI quarter but by the end of the second, Jonas had piloted Ihe Bombers to an 11-0 lead. Yardsticks WINNIPEG M SASKATCHEWAN Firil downs Yards rushing Yards passing Nel offence passes trii WPG SASK 23 IB 134 Bl 278 us 381 331 1H5 16-32 .1-105 1-10 9-43 11-1! 32 0-0 Race results touchdowns and now has 85 louchdowns six away from the Canadian Foolbail League record held by Dick Shalto. He scored from one, three and six yards out- Reed carried 11 times tar only SI yards, bringing his total number of carries in his career to a CFL record. Jack Abendschan added a 20- i nr. tDMONTOH fCPl Park race rssults Fridiy: First DAILY DOUBLE: 115.M I Third SI.400, claiming, 7-yeer-ofdi, j fur- claiming, 7 lo. I Paleslienno (Parsons) 11.30 6.10 5.80, Glory Page (Kipling} J Jo 130 Davey's Hope (Hedge) 20 M 7.10, Gil- Another Bomber (Rycrofl) Magic Mom (Parsons) Time- 2-5. Terry's Speed, Lustrous air. WnlslliriB Mirlm. Yourlod ran. claiming olds fulongs. HomEcoming Day (Bllllngsley) ?.9D 5.00 3.70, Wlmole Slreet (RasmUisen) 10.70 ;.20, Tetralass (Jackowlak) 5.10. Time: Jimmy-A-Go-Go, Barlanx, Doonbep, le. Twilight Mood also ran. .80 5.70, lant Apollo (Coombs) 10.50. 1 Time: 1.0! 3.5. We Were Right, Bull Oua Barb's Luck, Count Dirk, Jusl Prince also ran. OUINELLA: Fourth 1K6OT, claiming, 3-yEer-olds, 7 longs. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, AUG, 16 8.30 p.m. NORTH AMERICAN TITLE BOUT TO-A-PINISH Us Thornton vs Black Angus Campbell TQMASSO and BLACK KROFFAT and CODY BUCK JONES vs RICKY ROMMEL BEIAFONTE and BASIC vs PIRIE ond GAYLORD Walch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV Brier Wdglc (BNIIngsleyJ 7.95 4.30 3.20, Game Song (Jackowlflk) 6.80 -1.50, Crcsc-nt Slyle (Haynes) 3.50. Time 1-4. To M-, Cupld'i claiming, 4 year-olds and up- miles. Schnllzel (Hedge) 1 1. JO S 30 3 DO, Cry- Chimes (Kipling) 7.50 5.10, Fleet Brofher (Stadnyh) 3.00. Time: 3-5. Handsome Cnamp, Kill! Stikinc, Short Circuit, Nighl Shine, Priddis Dandy also EXACTOR: J1J6.BD sixih i 15, WO allowance. 3-vrar-eMs. 1l-i rni'es. Powerful Pnp [Hedgcl 5 M 150 250, Transbrior er when J had three runs at he beginning of a ball game? I can't." While his mates gave him a happy sendoff on Tom Mc- Craw's bases loaded walk and Dave Nelson's two-run single, McLain didn't have an easy time of it. The husky right-hander scat- tered 10 hits and had to pitch out of three jams, the biggest in gels loaded llie bases In two singles and a hit bailer. But Denny then induced Mickey Rivers lo pop out and went on the seventh inning when the An-i year. lo notch his tlu'rd slii'loul this .ira.': tR ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Pittsburgh 51. Louis Chicago Ssn Francisco Los Angeles .5-13 .500 ..M9 .39] Ballimore Delroll Boston York Washington Cleveland L Pel CBL BO 300 Sit Boslon 100 TOO 1 1 I Drago (15 fi) and Papeke; Lonborg -J) (9) and Montgomery. HRj: Palek Plniclli Smith Basketball clinic in Letlibridiic I The LclhbridRe C'ominunily College and Hie University of Lctlibridse hnvo joined forces to "ponsor a top caliber liaskct- ball clinic in the. lailer nail of August. Tim and Phil Tnllwlrup moi'ly of Raymond and I star players with (.he Canadian i naljonal team will direct the I wpek-Inog clinic. j Sessions bcfiin al. p.m. August M-27 and all day Saturday, August W. The evening schedule is de- signed lo filve Intcrcslnl bask- etball players working day .sliitl or nttendijig school an opiHir- lunity Ifl participate. EL RANCHO ggcoj SERVICE NEW LOOK" in "CAR CARE" Come In and Meet Our "New" Gai Hostesses Try our FAST MODERN GAS ISLAND SERVICE! Holiday Time is Tune-Up Time! limo la visll Ernie Rosvald, our fully licensed mechanic We specialize in tuno-upt, carburetor and ignition All work guaranteed EL RANCHO [TEXACO] SERVICE 4th Avonuc, M.M. Drive Phone 327-5406 Available in 6 in. dli., 38 fl. length 8 in. dia., and 70 It. length! DOLLAR fOR DOLLAR, MAYRHH ttlGERS MOVE IT FASTER AKD EASIER. YOUR ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 402 1 1) AVI South Han or ;