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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August It It Not Too Late To Register FOR YOUR HAWAIIAN WINTER VACATION Now Enjoy Luxurious 747 Scrvlca Now With ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Eskimos showed Riders they're ready this year FDMONTON (CP) Following Edmonton Eskimos' 23-6 trouncing of Ottawa Rough Riders Monday night in a Canadian Football League interlocking game, there was no doubt in the minds of the two coaches just who did what to whom Rav Jauch coach of the Es- kimos who had just beaten Ot tawa for the first time in six seasons using a potent blend of passing and rushing said the wav his offence played thev could have done anything thev wanted to Rough Riders coach George Brancato said his ot fence didn t do anything while the Eskimos offence overpowered us He said Eskimo quarterback Tom Wilkinson and halfback Rov Bell who crushed the Ottawa squad were only two of the Edmonton club that came to plav didn t Brancato said Thev beat us the whole game Jauch said the win was com parable to Eskimos earlier 31 7 win over Saskatchewan Roughnders If we can play like that once we can play that wav the next time The sellout crowd of 21 966 was delighted by Wilkmsoii who completed 19 of 21 passes including an 18-yard touchdown toss to Don Warnngton Bell gained 186 vards rushing as Edmonton moved into a three wa> share of first place in the Western Conference with Saskatchewan and British Co- lumbia The three clubs have 3 1 records Bell s total included a 32- vard dash in the first quarter part of a 50-yard march that resulted in a touchdown by Calvin Harrell Edmonton 23 Ottawa 6 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Passes made tried Interceptions Punts average Fumbles-lost Penalties yards OH Edm 17 24 73 219 168 172 232 391 16 31 19 21 0 0 9-40 8-45 0010 14-76 11-124 Alberta six strokes back WINNIPEG (CP) Manitoba takes a four stroke lead into todav s final 18 holes of the Willingdon Cup interprovmcial team golf championship thanks to the steadv shotmaking of three Winnipeg veterans Steve Bannatyne who at 24 of age is making his third cup appearance led the wav with the one-under par 70 he fashioned with four birdies and three bogevs Ted Homenuik 40 years old and making his ninth appear- ance for Manitoba was two over par at 73 and Barry 38 and an 11-time cup competitor finished with a 75 Levy worried about Hopkins By THE CANADIAN PRESS Marv Levy coach of Mon treal Alouettes had a word or two of advice for his Eastern Footoall Conference leaders before tonight s game in Hamilton against the Tiger Cats Watch Hopkins' Referring to Hamilton s running back Andv Hopkins Levy said He s awfully quick They like to use him on quick traps up the middle as well as on the wide stuff They also like to use him on the draw or they vary it with a take to draw Hopkins with Ealey (quarterback Chuck Ealey) coming in behind him over the middle Levy does not expect a repeat of the final exhibition game in which the Alouettes whipped the Ticats 4110 in Hamilton We re a 21 10 type of team said Lew We won't be grinding it out like we did last year We re counting more on our defence to get us good field position OPENING SOON! in CENTRE VILLAGE MALL The Montreal coach com- mented on hib cutting of wide receiver Terry Evanshen from the Montreal squad He was later signed by Hamilton We were criticized when we let Terry go said Levy Some people took it upon themselves to suggest I didn t think he was a good receiver That s not true Terry's a fine receiver and I m sure he II help Hamilton, but he didn t fit into our system For his part, Evanshen would like to play a superlative game against the Alouettes He needs only three touchdown passes to break the Canadian Football League record of 65 held by Hal Patterson But the Tiger-Cats have been having problems at quarterback Ealey, a sensation last season hasn't been impressive this up eight inter- ceptions And the back-up man, Bill Etter has been running into injuries Meanwhile Jimmy Jones has matured as a splendid quarterback for the Alouettes and he might make a shambles of the Ticat defence, which has given up 89 points in four three losses and a worst record in the EFC Their scores totalled 218, five over par on the Niakwa Country Club course and gave the host province a four shot lead over Quebec and defending champion British Columbia With the three lowest scores of the four men teams counting Quebec and British Columbia had 222 Alberta, Ontario and Nova Scotia 224 New Brunswick finished the first 18 holes with a 232 total, followed by Prince Edward Island at 234 Newfoundland at 237 and Saskatchewan at 244 31 over par Only two golfers managed to beat or match par on Niakwa s 6 154-yard layout that features tight winding fairways and hard greens The fairways were narrowed and the rough allowed to grow for the tournament The rough adjacent to the fairways has been allowed to grow to a height of two to four inches Pierre Archambault of Laval Que led the race for low individual honors with a two under par 69 Archambault credited his fine round to an early realization that shots to the greens vvould have to be plaved one iron less than usual On almost no green can vou land and stay You have to land short and roll up And that was very tricky because the pins were all at the front and you didn't have much room to play with Gusty winds that plagued many of the golfers Monday might play a key role in the eventual outcome of the championship today ANDY CAPP WHAT1-? THE S MATTER The Heraid Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Alberto Phone (403) 328-7411 HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES Roundup of short sport Tough lie Canadian junior champion Robbie Jackson ponders his lie beside scorers tent in Wilhngton Cup competition Monday CFL makes rule changes TORONTO (CP) The Canadian Football League has changed a timing rule that provided more plays in a game than previously but which was causing overly long games At the 1974 rules committee meeting the CFL adopted a rule which provided that when possession of the ball changed hands time would not com mence until the ball was snapped The league expected that the new rule would lengthen games bv about five minutes However an analysis to date shows that games are averaging 15 minutes longer than in 1973 with some games taking as long as two hours and 50 the CFL said Monday In an unprecedented action today, the Canadian Football League executive committee, by unanimous vote amended the timing rule which will have the effect of reverting to timing rules which in effect last year the CFL said in a news release The amendment was ratified to take effect for Monday night s game SOX CALL UP RICE BOSTON (4.P) Boston Red Sox of baseball s American League said Monday they have called up outfielder Jim Rice from their Pawtucket farm team of the International League and would put him in the starting lineup immediately as designated hitter Rice was hitting 337 with 25 homers for Pawtucket which gets pitcher Dick Pole from Boston in his place PIZARRO RETURNS PITTSBURGH (AP) Pittsburgh Pirates of baseball s National League said Monday they have signed veteran major league pitcher Juan Pizarro as a tree agent Pizarro who won 130 games with eight major league teams had a 13 6 record and 1 57 earned run average with Cordoba of the Mexican League this summer HERRMANN RETURNS BOSTON (AP) Chicago White Sox took catcher Ed Herrmann off the 21-day disabled list and placed C> Acosta on the disabled list after Monday s American League baseball game against Boston Red Sox Herrmann had been sidelined by an ankle injury while Acosta has been bothered b> arm trouble all season LAHOOD FINED TORONTO (CP) Mike Lahood of British Columbia Lions is the first player in the Canadian Football League this year to incur the displeasure of commissioner Jake Gaudaur Lahood was fined bv Gaudaur for kicking a Winnipeg player in a game Aug 8 NO MORE REFUNDS NEW YORK (AP) The National Football League management council announced Monday it has rescinded its policy on ticket refunds for pre-season games during the players asso- ciation strike The league had allowed refunds for games while the veteran players were not in training camps The players returned to camp last Wednesday for a 14-day coohng-off period YACHTSMAN DIES MENOMINEE Mich (AP) Industrialist Douglas Eric Jones 45, one of the United States best-known yachtsman died Sunday at Marmette, Wis hospital Jones became owner and skipper of the yacht Weath- erly after the craft won the America's Cup races in 1963 and 1967 He brought the craft to the Great Lakes and made modifications to adapt her to freshwater sailing ITALIAN WINS GOLD VIENNA (AP) Italy's 27- year-old world champion and Olympic medallist, Klaus Di- biasi, Monday won the first WHO WAS THE GIRL WERE WITH WHAT TIME LAS" NIGHT? Call FALL CLEANING! AIR VAC 328-0286 Here's what we do: Entire duct system is sanitized, leaving a pleasant aroma Fan and motor are removed, cleaned and oiled Chimneys are inspected and cleaned, flues and heat exchanger are cleaned and checked, burners are cleaned and adjusted A PROPER CLEANING DOESN'T COST, IT PAYS! CALL AIR VAC A DIVISION OF NEUKO Sheet Metal Ltd. Complete Furnace Service Work and Repair 1811 2nd Avenue South Phone 328-0286 Shero says Russia will be tougher OTTAWA 1974 edition of Team Canada can take it from coach Fred Shero of the Naional Hockey League Philadelphia Rus- sians will be harder to beat thib year than they were two years ago Interviewed his recent Russian tour by the Soviet Un- ion Today, a publication of the Russian Embassy here, Shero said My general impressions are that the Russians are going to improve in comparison witn They _.e not standing still and we uiust take them seriously Shero, who coached the Fly- ers to the Stanley Cup last sea- son listed some of the things he liked about Russian players "First, the Russians are a better passing team because they spend so much time to improve their passing They also have much more skating involved in their game "We tend to slap the puck too much and the Russians do not, he added Shero, who studied films of the first Canada-Russian films and credits them with helping the Flyers to the championship continued The Russians play in a more deceptive manner, which I would like our boys to practise I like the discipline of the Russians, both 01. the ice and on the bench They are always ready to change properly and they are always very cool in everything they do Shero also was quoted as calling the Russians "the masters of hockey" and said he had read a book written by Russian hotkey coach Tarasov mayoe A hundred times I think Tarasov has the right to be recognized as the greatest coach who ever lived and he proved it in a lot of international said Shero ROWERS SEEK MONEY ST CATHARINES, Ont (CP) A campaign to raise to help a Canadian lightweight contingent compete at next month's world riwine championships at Lucerne Switzerland, began Monday gold medal for Italy at the European swimming championship with a first place in the three-metre platform diving event Coun- tryman Franco Cagnotto was second and Wjatsheslav Stra- chov of the Soviet Union third Lancers in provincials The Lethbndge Labor Club Lancers took a two-goal lead into their Intermediate Southern Zone lacrosse playoff game Sunday against the Bawden Braves, and they made that lead stick, matching the Calgary team with 11 goals to take the two- game total point series 23-21 The Lancers had won the first game in Calgary last weekend bv a 12 10 count The locals will now repre- sent Southern Alberta in the provincial finals to be held this weekend at the Adams Arena Dave Jackson led the Lethbndge attack Sunday with lour goals while Len Jar- vie added a pair IELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE East LEAGUE East W St New 2 2 Los 2 San San MONDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles 002 030 200 17 1 Chicago 006 100 000 000-7 12 1 Rau Hough (3) Downing (5) Marshall (7) (12 8) and Yeager Reuschel Hooton (5) LaRoche (5) Todd (5) 7) and Swisher HRs LA Yeager (7) Garvey (17) San Diego 000 003 10 1 Montreal 030 000 30x 7 91 Jones (7 18) Hardy (7) and Ken- dall Blair Carnthers (3 Taylor (9) and Foote 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