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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBR1DGE HERAtD Fridny, Aunu'! 20, 1971------- Marlon, Theisnuin, Still Argo threesome likes it in Toronto TORONTO tCP) What [iflli-ruiuid Ihc three years, whole place he concluded of his three young United Stales of the NlrL Green the 1'JTO season, he said of his first visit T here 's always the ball players with after an his rights lo "The coaching staff he'll return to the NFL fireat fuinros in the at Ohio State, said it let it he known good as any I've seen, his two-year contract wili Koolball League find so interest shown by the time they would give really impressed in the runs out. tive about (lie Canadian IhiiL decided liis Tulsa University star front office allows (.he KEY TO CHOICE pnliuilarly Toronto at Hie No. 1 to handle the just a matter of how It wasn't coincidence called him after no are going financially, in ciua fieri tacks .Ice Year's lios. Howl Barlon, who had two Argos didn't offer and in football." iind Grey Rarlon and 1. He visited Toronto talks with the to gain his services, Thci.smanns are expect- tackle Jim SLi 11 wagon Hie NP'L dral'L, liked good he but the city had their first child in Septem- themselves together on saw and on Ihe Argos, to offer than did any Slillwagon, also happy in Ariio fans hope will be Lhe former Eagles coach U.S. eilies he would steps into marital bliss Ilia I brines this citv its first ace who was No. 2 in lo shout that playing tional title in 19 Trophy race to been arc problems in solidly-built redhead will The Lhrcc players credited Hie tiling job of coach Leo Jim Plunkcfi for the oiit-sl.'indinp tl.S. college player award last year, was more however, says he didn't settle anything until alter he became a free agent May he added, making vague reference lo tire crime rate, "and I found we conk! walk Rffic Niehulakis in their hometo-vn of Mount Vernon, Ohio, and fly back here Satur- and his think the here ai. night night. Tin's an influential pot more money to League is a want Lo stay up said savs Burton, the former he admits of his It's growing and I almost signed "I really like it." Lion who almost sparked an between Argos has the possibility of Dolphins "but ran into he shot at the Icr-lcagnc war before Dolphins. "Tf it wasn't Ihc old American u-itli the bonus clause in Ihe future? Ihc h'.-islcrn he which had if things arc fining well ference club. "Got a great, Lions' at first bill rose to are. no hard feelings. he concludes. "There's ing choice in Ifiiiii, saw want lo say anything sense to it." Lniiwisler combine for victory CANADA'S TOP ATHtETE Bobby Or- of Boston Bruins of the National Hockey Lcogun, holds alofl the tou Trophy doling lialf time ceremonies at the Ottawa Rough Taro-ilo Argonaul taslern Football Conference game in Toronto Thurs- day Or was aiven ihe trophy, which is awarded annually, as Canada's oulsland- ing of 1970. First in 'CP) Saskat- croud of 20.9110. rolled back wilh ehewan Rouphriders, shov. ing 10 unanswered poinLs in the flashes of their old fine form, I third quai-ier, on a ;J2-yarcl defeated Winnipeg Blue Bomb-! Mack llerron I rap play llial. crs 31-25 Thursday night Lo went for a touchduwn and a move into a tic for second place Jonas field goal from the ''A. in the Western Koolball Confer- encc. 'Il looked like some of the old magic." said enthusiastic coach Dave Ski-ion aCler fullback (.ipnrno Heed had rambled for 95 yards and two lonchdnv and Ron Uancaslcr coiiiiecled on 15 of 11 pass attempts. Skrien'5 charges finished llv game in a masterful manner, travelling K5 yards in II plays But Jonas, who kicked four converts and a first-quarter sin- gle thai Bob Ko.sid conceded, couldn't gel bis team on the Scoreboard in the fourth quarter while Saskatchewan registered Jack Abcmlschan contributed a 21-yard field goal in the first quarter and converted all four Saskatchewan touchdowns. cMillan sinks Ottawa with 12-point outing .__ Ford's lio-yard touchdown Saskatchewan gained a total calch and Reed's second major. of 210 yjircls with the main efforts by Reed, McKinnic and Bobby Thompson, whJlR all but 22 of Winnipeg's 127 yards on the ground were credited Lo llerron. In passing. Saskatchewan gaineu 2-15 yards, with the load divided among Thompson, Bai- ley. Ford and Gordon Barwcll. c k u p quarterback WyclK? -spelled Lanwlcr briefly bill all bis four passes were in- complete. Jonas, wilh 10 completions on that ended v.ilh Reed's second TORDVn.i Argor.atils M with something new for each of Toronto across Ollawa's goal line ac- scoring pass al Then Mc- lo conic up counted for all Ihc scoring in Quay galloped 52 yards to end three wilh only 19 seconds re- maining. Bombers, with Don Jonas i calling most of the shots, held Basketball clinic set Icrested in learning the finer i Lhe main organizers behir points nf the game. elinic. "We feel a clinic 01 ims nn i "ila iiunrii-riiacK larmern 01 "B a s k e I h a 11 is becoming sort will he of great benefit to j 'Plc fhc [o. h in" Car- more and more popular." said a lot of people." I "uc r lvho kl-'I" Dr Garv of the Univcr- i The Tollc-slnip brc'.Vrs have 1I1C dcleatcd this season, sity of Lethlmdse and one of the r.eCKSary qualificalions J'10 "'nm.e ,Yf Thursday nij-hl. as Toronlo ir. jji.i iCiOlu "'HI 101 By LLOYD YAMAGISIIF Herald Sports "You can't Southern Alberta basketball ?nthusiasts are in for a real trcal nexi week. Tim and Phil Tollcsfrup of v. ill conduct a loiie bd.skeiball cliric. The cli'iic is Ihe firs! of iLs kind to oe held in Tie Li.'th bridge Communitv College and the rniversity oi Letnbridee have joined forces to organize the clinic anri ihe affair is open lo all those in- Supports new measii res; outings. Firs! il was speedy rookie Leon MrQuay, who leads the Eastern Conference vScoring willi sa Then it was the quarterback tandem of the third quarter. Toronto's scoring. Wood replaced Cassata in the j In the last eight minutes of final quarter and almost pulled play. Wood completed scoring Oltawa out of the fire. He hit Cooper with a 17 jard Football passes lo Oldham for 40 yards and to Pivec [or five yards be- fore Toronto's defence tightened up. 22 tries for 222 yards, got the mosl out of Jim Thorpe, who caught four for 137 yards. He had one interception, a first- quarter snare by Jim Walter deep in the Saskatchewan end that Roughriders built into Iheir field goal. Lancaster had no passes intercepted, roiin ilup Norcrest LONDON 'Renter1 SpiTI minister Eldon I'iriffiihs stcppnil into soccer's rcfereeinp row Thursday nicln. giving his Mip- port lo the new "get tough" measures. Griffiths, said: "I am a strong supporter of good, hard refereeing. Without vigorously enforced respect for the rules, sportsmanship is finished. "My attiindc to the Football; event. Association and Football j Individually League's firmer policy on disci-1 weekend for Letbbridge Vorcrcst Little League All-Mars made a 'lies of Ihe annual Mont, tcurnamcr.t recently. won the eienf with a 3-0 record 35 Earl Ingarfield. Dave Miskulin and Blacker picked up the and Misku- lin's no-hit cffrirLs. Irgarfield won as Noreresl stepped Kalispell Evergreen 3-0 while Miskulin was the winner 10-1 cner Helena. Blacker best- ed the host team li-3. Fight tcarrs took part in the if was a big Ingarfield and pline is that there is a need for M i s k u 1 i n. Ingarfield was tougher measure-.-, both on Ihe'named Ihe mosl valuable play- field and the terraces. Over a.nd shi'rcri top hilling linn- last few years Ihe reputation of 1 ors with Ron Shellenberg Mis- professional foolball has been: kulin was lo'ed Ihe lop pitch- given a black eve b> Ihe bad he-[ er. The Hirer. Ingarficld, Mi.v nf stick-al-nolliing play- kulin and SlHlnnbcr? j ers and selfish hooligans among i named to tbe All-Star team at! Uie fans the end of the tournev. [fsso) Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Avc. nnd Mtiyor Magrcilh Drive OPEN 24 HOURS YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Imperial Oil Product Ico Stereo Tapns i Garden Supplies Ammunition Atlos Produeli Bar-R-Q Supplies DON'T FORGET WE HAVE I Fishing Licences Tackle Live Bait PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avonuc and Mayor Magralh Drive Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. lo 5 p m. licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. and credentials [o conduct j clinic. Standouts Lhc Raymond l Cornels in hisli st-hcol hoop play, the Tollcsl nip's re- cinicnts of .scholarships to tho I'ntctl Slales. Tim to I lah and Phil to Bngliam i Added to their credentials v a.s Iheir recent trip Lo the Tan Air.orican Games in Cali. Col- Liinbui. T'ncir selection 'o Cnn- I adfi'.s naiional lenm lends fact i LO their being two nf Ihc lop 7onc j basketball players in the na- lion. Tlie clinic run fioui next I Monday uniil Saiur- day. Tnsl ruction limes have been set at (i-10 p.m. Mrnday to Friday and 10 a.m. Ut 4 p.m. Saturday. Registrations Cur the clinic close Monday at p.m. and a charge of S10 has Ireen set for the week. Dr. Bowie j.> JiopefuJ a number of baskctballcra will lake in the clinic. "The basic fundamentals of the game will be stressed." be .said. "Our instructors are more than qualified Lo show the prac- tical and theory aspects of the game." Dunn" Ihr? course week Ihc Tollcslrup's will fiea] v.ilh body movement. Uio I rip- j le Hi rent of handling the ball j passing, shooting and receiving. Tivo full periods during the clinic will deal exclusively uith sliGotinR wilh participants be- iup laughl (lir prnprt- Jo n-? tho set, jump and honk wa Kcupli Hiders ,'ffl- 211, it wa.s lh'.- Ivan Macilillan one-man kicking machine. M a c Mill a n. uho Toronto pii'ki.d ini from Ottawa two weeks luincd on bis f.inncr i tpam-nKilt'.s ar.d kicked Ihrcc field goals and three convcrls. He provided ihe A runs with a enough cu.-Jnon (o prevent a Hough Rider comeback Rill Cramnrr and McQup.v. each wilh a loud1- Boo Kraemcr caught in the pl.ovidcd otllcr points as Toronto li-ld cjuarLcr place with Lumonton Eskimos, who a pair of points on a win ;md fnur losses. Roughi id- ers e two victories in S'IN games while British Columbia Lions won Iwo of four. Cal- garv Siampeders lead with an unbeaten string of four. Bombers bed two touchdowns on Jonas passes in the last three minutes cf the firs! fir.arler. on a 14-yard throw WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T Q 97 21 B 0 6S 51 1 (J TOO '29 J n -ifi IDO 7 TO C FG S Pis ELRICH TIRE NATIONAL LEAGUE tiisl i AMERICAN LEAGUE i Eo-Jcn C', Dr-i-oil 65 GBL 10' 7 loss from (he Winni- peg 1C thai Jim Thorpe caught' of at mid-field, a .spectacular side-. oidham line dash as Ihe quarler ended. But nonjoinders came back with -second-'iuarlcr toucii- dov n.s. a scrire from lo cut I Xolan Bailey I ha I covered 50 yards and Reed's first touchdown, a short rv.n ending a march from ?3-7 notched for Billy D.-nc J'ivec Mwed one c.ich. Ccrry Oipu c o ii- vericd all four. I il ?0 .-21 7.1 EASTERN CONFERENCE (.OKS nil YUIDS I Oldham's first louchdown was pass play nn a 101-yard Ihe Saskatchewan (hat mixed quarterback nick Cassata. who carries by the lianl-charfiing Look over early in Die second fnllbac and 'short throws to afluj1 Silas McKinnic. ua.s unable to Bombers, playing before lead the 21-point Buchanan