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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12. THI UTiisnicoE IIJKAID riidoy, Aurjuii is, ws Bombers win 39-7 Jonas pilots offence, Rabbins the defence VANCOUVER (IT) Head I conch Jim Spavilal, assessing Winnipeg's 33-7 tiuimpini! of liritish Columbia in a Western Football Conference game Thursdav night, said his Blue nombcrs team "really took it" lo Ihe Seven interceptions, three Fumbles and assorted gridiron open deep." miscut's rammitcd by tlie CAFF turned the game Into a walk- away for the r.ombcrs. But Spavilal preferred to talk about his dub's offensive HBvForm- ance. "Our attack really opened up our passing game." thc Winnipeg roach said. "II our receivers to gel quarterback Don Late-inning win EDMONTON three- run outburst in tlie fourth extra inning Thursday night enabled North Vancouver lo shade Glace Bay, If.S.. 5-1 and gain a final-round berth ill the Cana- dian Little League champion- ship. North Vancouver meets Windsor, Ont., South Canadians tonight in the A-B final of the double-knocknuf. competition. The British Columbia boys lost 2-1 to Windsor in the A final Wednesday and need two v.ins to take the title. Windsor needs only one win. The teams were tied 1-1 after thc regulation six innings. Vancouver scored in the eigh- th, but Glace Bay came hack Mclnlyre of Glace Bay were pulled going into the 1Mb be- cause of a Little League rule that says no boy may pitch more than nine innings. Alex Morrison replaced Mc- Intyrc and North Vancouver got to him for three consecutive hits and three runs. The key blow was a double by Eric Sor- ensen, who had three hits in the game. Glace Bay came back to score in the bottom of the Uifli on a tv.-o-run single by Terry Ilyiski. However, North Vancouver re- liever Brian Smith got Glace Bav first basemen Ernie -Jack- son on a ground out and ended nas, last year's most vakt- Ic player in the Canadian ootbidl league, fired Ihrce nchdown passes In the first ilf. He opened up tlie game on Bombers' first scries, rowing a screen pass to Mack erron for tlie first touchdown. C'OKKS TWO Tils llerron took the ball 55 yards o score the first of his two ouchdowns. He added the other the second quarter on a irec-yard run through Ihe lid die. Also in Hie second quarter, onas found split end Jim 'hnrpe all alone twice for ouchdowns. throwing 55 yards or one and 10 yards for the The final Winnipeg toucb- lown came in tbc fourth quar- er with Paul Williams ramhl- ng 63 yards around the right end, Jonas converted three of the ive touchdowns and added a 16-yard field goal. Walt McKec iloscd out the Winnipeg scoring with a 17-yard field goal. Tlie only Lions' points came in the third quarter when quar- terback Don Bunce fired a 20- yard pass to Larry Highbaugh. 1'ed Gcrcla added the convert. The Bombers, known as a passing club, managed 244 yards along the ground, with Ihe stocky Herron and Williams leading the way. SWITCHES TO PASS When the Lions moved up to stop the run, Jonas switched to his aerial attack, finding re- ceivers open all over the field to total 325 yards passing. "But give some credit to our defence, they played a fine Spavital said. "We had a good pass rush, and our de- fensive backs did a good job." Canadian Pete Ribbins, who is playing his first season at de- fensive half and his second with the Bombers, picked off four passes, giving him a total of scvc.i this season. "So far. luck has been with Ribbins said. "I've learned a lot from the other de- fensive backs, especially Doug Strong." Strong showed Ribbins hy ex- ample, picking off two passes himself. Tom OberR grabbed the final interception. For the Lions, tlie game was an exercise in futility. They gained only 210 yards in total offence, 171) of them through the air, but were hurt Bob Panasiuk leads by three lIUI.Ii, Quo. (CD Crowd- pleasing Hob 1'anasluk of Te- cuniscti, Out., held n healthy Icnjjtb made driving "very e.nsv." Third in the opening round hrcc-slroke lead in thc 72-hole was (Jillcs Bourassa, 34, ot Sha Professional Colters' winjgan, Quo., who thanked his Canadian Asocialion championship Thurs- day with an opening round cight-under-par 64. Panasiuk, 30, joked happily with a troop of about 230 fans as he blasted his way lo a six- 30 on the back nine of Hie Rivermecd golf course, boosting tbe mod- est 34 he shot on the first nine holes. He Finished the round with seven birdies and one eagle which he sank on the tricky 12th bole. He grinned to reporters afler thc round that he just played "every shot as it comes." "I don't worry about holes ahead of me or tbc ones behind me." Panasiuk overtook c.iriy leader ,Iohn Morgan of Vic- toria, who shot an early morn- inp. (tl. Morgan, 21, com- peting in his lirsl CPGA, said lie "couldn't believe" the seven birdies that gave him his sec- ond-place finish. But he, like Panasiuk, said he was pleased with the slightly soggy course and that its short pitching wedge for bis 32-36-4J8 on the par-72 course. lie was followed hy Bobby Brcen of Toronto, Roger St. Vincent of Quo. nr.d Bob Rose of Copclown, who split third with three- ur.der-par G93. Seven nf the opening-day field of 177 Canadian professionals came fourth with two-undcr 70s. They were followed by II others with 71s. Sugar Kings lo hold camp I.ethbridge Sugar Kings, of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, will stage a hockey camp commencing Monday. This camp is open to all local and district hoys wishing to play junior hockey Ihis winter. The camp opins at Mon- day evening ti Henderson Ice Centre, ?.nd all boys interested arc asked to bring their own equipment. IN PREPARATION-Phil Esposilo of the Boslon Bruins lakes time oul from Team Conoda warkculs al Maple Leaf Gordons ID file down the blade of his slick. Team Canada is scheduled to play the Russian team Sepl. 1, in Montreal, he tirsl in (Cr Wirepholo) an eight-game senes. _______________________v __.........._ Journ.nl says l.hc.y fire North curlers ignored? ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE the game. _____o...... _.., ____ Myles gave un sis bits and by mistakes. with one run in the bottom of struck out four in his nine-inn- j Moorhead started at that inning. The ninth inning irg effort. while. Mclntyre gave quarterback, but was replaced went scoreless, up five hits and struck out 10. al thc Eiart o( lne SCCond half .Starting pitchers Alan Myles i Myles also scored Ihe first I by Buncc. of North Vancouver and Jim I two North Vancouver runs. i Neither was effective. Moor- j head couldn't move thc club, and threw two interceptions, while Buncc occasionally gener- ated some offence, but wasted it by five inter- ceptions. Defensively, only tackle Ron Estay and linebacker Ken Leh- manr. stood oul. Estay supplied the only consistent pass rush AUTOMOBILE FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES! reloil franchise yhich will be of Larysst automobile manufaclurer ho opportuniMes in Alberlo communities, interest ro aggressive individuals. Modest financial investment requirr-d. For further details and discussion re proposal please Box 120, Lethbridge Herald for fhe Lions while LchmanD made nine tackles. WINNIPEG 31. B.C. 7 Yard', f N-'.r Passes RED HOT AND COOL! T-250J Hustler The street version of Suiukl's legen- dary "X6" ftoad Racer..Tfiis big twin b'ellt out 33 b.h.p-. and I srd' (it) slrofimayer u (4) V.'alker [51 Gllverl 18) Tf, rR5 and Bcrtcabclla. HR: Mow Way 13) f74) Rader (18) Cedeno [17! SI Louts OM 110 7 4 San 101 ala 3 I (11-13) (7) and Sir Klrby (1011) COfkins 18) at Irs: SI 101 5 11 and Bangulllen; Dow ffi-6) Rieherl (9J and CannUiar Keo-JflU- Mr Pillibugh Pet. .SM .S31 .537 .534 .513 'V OOAY'S GAMES (10 WcfJaHy (1I-10) aHnr.fl Odom 4) ry ne-in Lonbory O City lt'tt YorK Solllemyr Calllr-rnln ollth notion Slclxrg iahnstn (1513) THURSDAY'S RESULTS FIRST wlnnesola DtUoil (11-11) (1MU Ottrolt (10 Z) a1 (i) Slm 101 WM MO- 1 1 070 11 I 51rlfHan-l Geb- Bofqmannj Fryman >IRs: 3-0) SECOND Mlnnnoli 130 JM eoo 1-T II Detroit 010 TOO i I 1 Gcllr, Granger (9) Strickland (3-1) (9) and Slaybach, Scher- Fu.r Tlmmerman tl) Miller la) Seelbarh (67) FrechAn. HRs: Mln-NHIIes (I; Ihrup {71. Chicago 110 014 I 11 BMllmore OM vv> 100- 1 7 1 Len-.oods (31) Acosla (7) and Herr- mann- Oor.wn (13-31 Harrison (6> Scoll (B) and Etchebarren, Oates Calllornla 010700 ID I Cleveland 000 000 371 rVesserimim I37> and Torborq; Illloendwl (7 -1) (SI Farmer (7) Hennlgan (8) and Fo-.se. HRs: Cnl Oliver [IS) Stanlon Ol Botton.....100 con 4 7 Palfin fH-11) Lee (B) and Fl5k; Paul fSS) Plnfl 18) and Fahey. 811- llnrjs (F.) (H) R. Smllh (151, Andreachuk beaten CMXIAKY .Iiinior i 1'asns. aw! Drm IV. golfers from California IwA in'snrf Clinrlfs Wallace, 17, of nf a possible 12 points Thiirsrlay easily win a Ihren-wfiy com- maximum two ponii.s in in tition Mexico and Al-lplay. ,rta Cliri- Vopcs of Woodland Delayed arrivals from Japan have overloaded Sjzuki dealers so riqht now Ihey are ollerrng groat year end deals on models-which means great savings fo; you. Seo your Suzuki dealer and get tlie deal of the year! BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 Ave, 5. Phone 3273J21 Closed Monday, am. lo 5 3D p.m. Tl'Ufl. nrvl Fri. 600 a.m. fo 9.00 p.i Opan A Tclai of S4'7 Hoyri A To Seivo You "Serving S. Alborfn for Ovrjr 35 to easily win pelitii her Tlie drfcndinK champions lost only twice in individual malcii play iluriri; Ilic final round the tiirce-day nvenl. The Ameri- cans v.ound up v.ilh a lol.il of 24, rornpnrrri vitii s I'f points and Albf'rta's rrnmrls in Ihe juninr Arnr-rira s Cup cn'O'if consisleH allr-rnatn shrjl and ball. Rill tiryant, raplain and learn manager, .said the southern California team is the best. "we've ever put together had strcmjlh v.itb every play- Hcach maximum two poinl.s in malrn iiiria. like Alrxr niro-rner-p.'ir, bp.il I ho and Mike Ilomphill of Pacific Pallisadcs malchcs. Jose Ilivcra. was Mexico's Ion point-Keller v.'ilb a ajjainrl his ripponrrnts, v. hilr Ilie r" I Ix1- CHvnr nf I wo jiiMla for thc hci-l per- I.ecuyc-r was a single slroke river par! rif 71 in bounc- ing his opponents, lln Iwat Hemphill 2 anrl I and .luan Martinet of Mexico Iwo-up. flolh and Mikles oven par for the Arneri- I-'our nf his Tony fcclerl Hobble- Alexander of Cal- Camproglirr, 10. of j f> and .1, Mien downed Kn- Bcach, tx.-c Mikles, of Ituaria of Mexico 3 and stnpprrl Hifli Anilrcn- rlnik of r> ami 3 -nnrl Hoffditi Vclox, of Mexico 4 ami 2. Velcv, ftnrl Andrc.'irlnik lied [or unc-haif poiril cacli. ftivrr.-i won his points v.iUi a one-up win over ii anil victory ovei1 1'i-vfar old Toiw r-rt'iiyrr