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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Couldn't really be blamed for Stamps9 loss McQuay manhandled by Eskimos By THE CANADIAN PRESS Perhaps Toronto doesn't look o bad to Leon now hat he has been exposed to Jalgary's inept Stampeders. The brilliant running vho had his problems with the foronto Argonauts management Before being traded to vas manharfdlod by Edmonton Wednesday night as the Es- dmos posted a 24-4 triumph Calgary in McQuay's Football Conference lebut. He was held to 14 yards n U caught one pass or a loss of seven yards and to a fumble that ted o Edmonton's decisive touch- Jown McQuay certainly couldn't be Dlamed for the Calgary demon- stration. It was a team jut his promising showing of he first few minutes degene- rated into a show so dismal that many among Calgary's record irowd of laft before the end of the game The victory propelled Edmon- ton into a share of first place in the WC with the idle Sas- katchewan Roughriders Both have records of three wins and one loss. Calgary dropped into a tie for third place at 2-2 with British Colum- bia who used a blocked punt late in the fourth quarter For a 23-19 triumph over Winni- peg Blue Bombers The loss by which surrendered late touchdown passes by Don Moorhead to Monroe Eley and Lefty Hen- left the Bombers in sole possession of the basement v ith one win in five starts Bruce Lemmerman of the Es kimos. still fighting for his pro- fessional football life after a shoulder injury cost him the starting quarterback job last placed a bid to regain his old job with a fine display against Calgary He replaced starter Tom Wil- kinson and threw touchdown passes to tight end Tyrone Walls in the second quarter and vide receivei George McGowan in the fourth Dave Cutler added three field goals and a pair of converts and Garry Le- febvre completed scoring with a long single Larry Robinson had a field goal and single for Calgary's only points Walls s touchdown followed a costly mixup involving McQuay and reserve quarterback Jim Lmdsey. On Lindsey's first play in relief of starter Peter Liske. the ball popped frca and was recovered by Ron an Es- kimo newcomer discarded by British Columbia McQuay later mishandled a swing forcing a Calgary punt that led to one of Cutler's field goals. Head coach Ray Jauch of the Eskimos saluted his club's abil- ity to control who worked out with the club only four days after joining Calgary in a deal for offensive guard Granville liggins had nothing really EDMONTON CALGARY 4 EDM CAL downs 19 10 Yards rushing 233 35 Yards passing 170 175 Net offence 147 Passes made-tried 1423 1230 interceptions o 2 Punls averaqp 9 45 1 15-40 9 lost 1111 Penalties yard' 3-20 210 BRITISH COLUMBIA 23 WINNIPEG 19 B C WPG. First downs 19 Yards rushing 169 Yards passing 133 Net offence 329 Passes made-tried 1321 Interceptions 1 Punts-averaas II if rumbles lost 0-0 Penalties yards 7 18 TOO 16-30 3 11 l-i 6-1S Canadian Ski Patrol System Phone. 328-1741 dayi 328-8293 evenings planned for said Jauch. only betrv-around a few days and doesn't know that many plays we knew we had to con- tain him and Lmdsey. We did The trade apparently woiked no better for the Argos than for Calgary. Toronto took a 38-4 whipping from Hamilton Tiger- Cats in an Eastern Football Conference game Wednesday at Hamilton. In Hendrickson caught two touchdown one of 10 yards with less than two minutes remaining. Bley caught a 29-yarder for the other touchdown Ted Gerela lucked three converts and two singles Tight end Bob Larose grabbed a 46-yard touchdown pass for one Blue Bomber touchdown and quarterback Don Jonas sneaked in from the two for the othar. Jonas also kicked a field goal and two con- verts and punter Walt McKee added a pair of singles It was McKee's difficulty with a snap that led to the blocked punt Mike Walker broke through to give the Lions pos- session on their 52-yard fine. Moorhead immediately ran for 12 yards and sent Johnny Musso for 15 more before hitting Eley for 21 yards and finding Hen- dnckson from the 10 for the clincher. Defensive unit leads Ti-Cats hot pursuit Toronto Argonaut Tim Anderson d raws a bead on Hamilton Tiger-Cat running back Andy Hopkins during action i n a Canadian Football League Eastern Con- ference game staged m Hamilton Wednes day night. Hamilton upset the Argos 38-4. Survives round one in Tor onto Ashe breaks long jinx HAMTLTQy Lou Bob Krouse and John Hohman. None of them are for their offensne abilities to East- ern Football Conference but Toronto Argonauts won't forgst them after they scored touchdowns Wednesday The three Hamilton defensive stalwarts played key roles as the Tiger-Cats destroyed the Ar- gonauts The loss was the first for the Argos after three straight and it was the second victory in four starts for the who moved into a second-place tie with Montrerl points behind Toronto a rookie back from Umvsrsity of added to Hamilton s lead in the fourth quarter when he inter- cepted a pass and ran it 24 yards for a tojchdown before a record Jror Wynne Stadium crowd of 35.347 KROUSE SCORES Less than two minutes later. Krouse picked off a pass and slugged the ball 25 yards for an- other touchdown The 29-year- old Krouse a native of Ham- ilton is in his llth season as a It Hohman s turn with less than thiee seconds remain- ing in the game but he did it a little diffsrent.lv The big guard from University of Wisconsin picked up a fumble and carried it 37 yaids for Hamilton's final major Earlier in the with Hamilton leadins 7-4 after 45 minutes Levis Porter had in- tercepted a pass thrown by To- lonto quarterback Joe Theis- mann -which set the stage for a 27-yard field goal by Ian Sunter. ex-ficat Gerry Ster- nberg had the ball jolted loose on a punt return and it wound up in Hamilton's possession at the Toronto 15 Four plays Dave Cranmer scored from the four Bob Richardson scored the other Hamilton touchdown on a six-yard pass from Chuck Ealey at the 11 M mark of the thud quarter SUNTER TAKES SPORT RIGHT ON TARGET FOR ANDY CAPP Besides his field goal Sunter converted all five Hamilton touchdowns to raise his points total to best in the EFC Place kickers in the EFC haven't missed a convert this a total of 24 in league play For the Argos meanwhile. Zenon Andrusjshyn booted two one on a miss ad field goal attempt Toronto got its re- maining points when Alec Lock- ington conceded a safety touch in the first quarter. The who had pre- viously beaten Ottawa twice and Montreal led 3-0 after the first quarter and 4-0 at the half before Hamilton went to work The previous largest crowd to watch a game in Hamilton was when the Ticats clinched first place last November with a win over the Argos It wasn t Toronto s night in more ways than one From the opening kickoff Theismann passed to Ere Allen m end zone for a touchdown after a series of plays which put To- ronto on Hamilton's nine. Tp MAKE THEM ERE I BOOK THEM ON CCACHES Race results EDMONTOfr rCP' Park race -esults Viednesdav Gog FIRST claiming 2 olds 5 'ur HAMILTON M TORONTO 4 First dawrs Yards rushing Yards passing Net of'erce Passes made tried Interceptions Punts average Fumbles lost Penalties yards TOR in 113 103 V 25 I 10-46 54 4 21 HAM 17 IEJ 103 162 11-42 4 1U2 11 3-15 SI J longs O'd Cudqe 1310 190 390 Fair Morning 3 oO 300. Aremar 250 Time 1-01 3-5 La Belle Sis Magic Mr al_o ran SECOND 3 year olds 7 fur- longs i repeal Roll 570 SiUer Falls 530 310 X Mem ory Hill X April 5 Best 230 Time 1 27 3-5 Whistlma Bar Wee oirs'e ran DAILY DOUBLE S62 10 Hea- THIRD SI 400 claiming 4 ysr olds and up 7 furlongs Ssan t 60 3 30 2 70 Ba'ia Kd lKipll-ql 400 310 Go Go Glen 4 00 Tine 1 27 1 5 Fancy Pixie Be Snco'h Edge Tcp Boss Lolita s Hope also ran i QUINELUA S10 40 FOURTH 51 JOO 3vearolds 7 fur lonns Sheba Sprit 1550 740 470 Dairy 30 320 Special Blend 310 1 28 Lily's Finesi If By Chance Steel also ran FIFTH II 3-year elds 1 116 miles Fire Speed 9 90 4 10 2 70. Beau Arctic 4 I 10 Wiseman' 2 80 Time 1 49 1 5 Another M ssion Little __------ O'd Hjmbls Csg-v also ran EXACTOR W3 50 SIXTH 4-year-olds end up. 7 furlongs Trouian War 2020 8 B 4 Maggie Sei 50 2 EO Magic Spree 3 M Time 1 Z7 3-5 Amie- Day Winklna Win N Lasf also rai SEVENTH S2100 J yaar-olda end I'll Kool Turk 430 370 Lunar Chief Tinga Tinre 2 22 1 5 Haydn's Smoke Stumbling Cry- stal Barry i also rap. T-acs Scratch Bum Money EIGHTH 41 600 4-year olds ard UB 1'n n-iles Chained Flaq 2670 1070 Skipper Tan 970 SilK Buttons fD 120 Time 1 55 1 S Canalta Parkland Hot also rap QUINELLA 5130 CV. 100 Coming Soon TORONTO Perhaps the ball is finally in the other court for Arthur Ashe He has played thiee tennis tournaments in Toronto in his career and finally got past the second i ound in the Ca- nadian but he had to save a match point in a third-set tie-bieaker to do it. are three cities m the world where I don't play the Miamian said after his 2-6 7-6 victory over Rhodesia's Andrew Pattison who lost in the final to Romanian Ilie Nastase last year. is one of them It has had me jinxed for three It appeared the had re- turned m the second set when the second-seeded Ashe lost six games in a iow dwing a con- centration laose He also had trouble grooving his serve and double-faulted three m the crucial sixth gama of the deciding set to let Pattison back info the match Pattison said he felt neither concentrated very well m the early game and were both missing a lot of balls Eddie also of and the surprise winner over top-seeded Stan Smith of Sea also had tie-breaker woes. He dropped both of them m a 7-6 loss to veteran Cliff Drysdale of South Africa. 32. and both hit two-fisted backhands but Drysdale seemed to use his to more in running Dibbs from sideline to sideline I had my said I think I gave B7 LETHBRIDGE FAMILY YMCA FALL PROGRAMS REGISTRATION DATES Aug. 22nd to Aug. 24th to p.m. Aug. 25th away too much on the big points Dibbs let the second set es- cape from his grasp when he lost two game points on Drys- dale's serve while leading 4r-2 Mike Belkin of Toronto ran out of gas in his 6-4. 6-2 loss to Ivan his Daus Cup nemesis from Colombia. was said Belkin who was playing his second competitive match since tearing cartilage in his right knee in a Davis Cup match against Mo- lina months ago hadn't played much and I didn't have the confidence to pass him Belkin did manage one spurt when he took 12 of 13 points to change a 0-2 first set deficit into a 3-2 lead but Molina put his serving game together and left him few openings to attack the net. a.m. to p.m. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT The T at 515 9th St. S. Phone 328-7771 tzi. Magrath golf event ready The annual Magrath Open Partners Best-Ball Golf Tourn- ament will get under way as scheduled at the Magrath Golf Club Saturday The one-day event will fea- ture 27 holes of medal play for each of the four organized flights. Prizes will be awarded to the Individual low gross in- dividual low net score as well as the top partners of each flight. All participants must have their handicaps available for for it will deter- mine which flight the partners will be placed in. In each the partner with the lower han- dicap will determine the flight. A registration fee will be assessed for the tourney which gets 'under way Satur- O 858 MATURED AND BOTTLED UNDER CANADIAN GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION The right rye at the right Right now. Right here irmlberta ;