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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 26, 1970 Rough Riders Take Advantage Of Eskimos9 Lapses TSio I IIV ISy GERRY SU'lTON EDMONTON (CP) Place- kicker Ivan MacJIilkm and seven interceptions, one short ol the Canadian Football League record, gave Ottawa Rough Ki- ders a 31-23 win over Edmonton Eskimos in an interlocking game Tuesday night. MacMillan, 18-year-old rookie sensation from the Ottawa Val- ley community of Alexandria, accounted for" 13 points wilh three field goals, three singles and a convert as the Rough Ri- ders took their first victory in three Eastern Football Confer- ence starts. The interceptions, two each by Wayne Giardhio and Al Mar- cclin, set up two touchdowns, a 32-yard field goal by MacMillan and a single before rain soaked fans. The Eskimos, foui straight loss and a 1-5 record for fourth place in the Western Football Conference, have al- ANDY CAPP LIFE TAKES SOME -THIRTY YEARS AGO I DIDN'T KNOW HIM Quebec Captures Team Tide DARTMOUTH, N.S. (CP) Doug Roxburgh's improved put- ting and club selection gave him a par-68 round at the Bright- wood Golf and Country Club here Tuesday, but it wasn't quite enough to help his British Columbia teammates to the Ca- n a d i a n junior intcrprovincial golf team championship. Quebec, bolstered by a nine- stroke lead they picked up in Monday's opening round, held on for a one-stroke victory in the nine-team event and fin- ished with a combined team total of 5'J5. The 36 golfers in the field are part of the 172 entries today in the opening round of the 72-hole individual competition in the Canadian junior golf champion- ships. Roxburgh of Vancouver and Dan Talbot of Beloeil, Que., playing in the final threesome of the round Tuesday with Mi- chael Hogan of Red Deer, held the key to the title. Talbot had a 70 Monday, low for the first round, but faltered in the second round as Rox- burgh picked up momentum and sliced strokes off the Quebec lead. On the 18th hole, Roxburgh, an 18-year-old from the Marine Drive Golf Club in Vancouver, put his approach shci on the edge of the green. It was about 25 feet from the pin. He two-put- ted, placing his first effort about a foot to the right. Talbot, bothered by club judg- ment throughout the round, placed has third shot on the fringe, to the left of the cup% He two-putted and finished eight strokes over par at 76. His round gave Quebec the victory. B.C. was second at 5S6, and On- tario third at 593. "I had no judgment at Talbot said following the round. He was six over par on the front nine and lost two more strokes on the back. Roxburgh, named Monday as an alternate to the team to rep- resent Canada in the world am- ateur team matches at Madrid, Spain, in September, knocked five strokes from the game he played Monday. On the front nine he scored three birdies and went a stroke over par on one hole for a one- under 33. He lost the stroke on the par four llth hole and finished the back nine one-over for the par 18 holes. The round was good enough to give him individual honors in the 36-hole team competitions. He fmisted with a 141, two strokes better than Bill Laugh- lin of London, Ont. Hogan shot rounds of 71 and 73 for an 18-hole total of 144, good for third place in individ- ual scoring. Talbot's 146 total gave Mm fourth place and Scotl Kennlyside of Langley, B.C., finished with a 147 for fifth. Quebec's second-round efforl was 11 strokes higher than their first round play as all four team members faltered. Mike Defalco of Hull droppec two strokes, Robbie Jackson ol He Bizard dropped one, Michel Pepin ofDrummondvillc dropped two and Talbot addec six strokes to his B.C. closed the gap as Bob Ferguson of Victoria cut six strokes, Gerry Kitson of Rich- mond cut four from his game and Roxburgh lowered his count by five strokes. Kennlyside added five strokes while the B.C. total fell 10 strokes from the previous day's performance. MEAN THEV WILL PEVAUWTE WflMPUM? NOWWECflN GETYOOR TD QOLP-F1LLED, That crazy cast of characters from the Lelhbridge label may hot know quartz but they're experts on pints. Especially Lethbridge Pilsner. It's been a goldmine of flavour for nearly half a century. Rugged, real beer taste in the pioneer tradition. The golden-coloured brew that tastes as good today as it did way back when. So call for Lethbridge Pil. Stake your own claim to Great Moments with Alberta's original Pilsner. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE lowed 22 interceptions this son, 16 short of the CKL record shared by Ottawa and Edmon- ton. "We beat ourselves said Edmonton coach Ray Jaucli, referring to the intercep- tions and the Eskimos' lack of punch in scoring territory. Jack Gotta, in his first year as head coach of the defending Gney Cup champions, praised Marcelin, a defensive halfback, who "made some great plays when we needed them." BLOCKS UPSURGE Marcelin stopped an Edmon- ton rally midway through the fourth quarter when he hauled in a pass thrown by Husty Clark in the Ottawa end zone. Clark, who replaced quarterback Don Trull in the second quarter, at- tempted the pass on a first-and- five situation on the Ottawa six. EarMer, Marcelin took the ball on the Ottawa 30 from Joe Poirier who had intercepted a pass on his own 19. Marcelin rambled to tiie Edmonton 11 and MacMillan kicked a single on a wide field goal attempt during the last play of the sec- ond quarter. Rookie quarterback Gary Wood scored an Ottawa touch- down on a one-yard plunge and threw a 12-yard pass to Hugh Oldham for another. Oldham's touchdown erased an 8-6 deficit and gave Ottawa a 13-8 margin, a lead they never reiinquished. With Ottawa leading 21-15, Giardino increased the margin taking the ball out of the air on an attempted pass to Tom Net- tles and running 26 yards for a touchdown. Marcelin tipped the ball out of Nettles' hands and Giardino grabbed it before it fell to the ground. Halfback Terry Swarn, who caught eight passes for 157 yards, scored an Edmonton touchdown on a 28-yard pass from Clark. Henry King got an- other on an 11-yard pass from Mike Eben who took a handoff from Trull. Eben picked up the final Edmonton touchdown on 44-yard pass from Clark. CUTLER KICKS 5 Dave Cutler, who has missed eight successivs field goals in- cluding two against Ottawa, booted three converts and two singles. Asked about key players not producing for the Eskimos, Jauch said: "If we're not getting the type of play we want, we can replace anybody. If the people are not consistent I'm not afraid to cut anybody I don't care who he is." The Eskimos, for the third straight game, were winners in the statistical department. They had 21 first downs compared with Ottawa's 15 and collected a net offence of 308 yards, 334 on passes, to the Rough Riders' total of 311. Clark was the top passer with 13 completions on 30 tries for 260 yards. In rushing, Wood col- lected 90 of Ottawa's 178 total on 12 carries. The Rough Riders complete a two-game swing in the West with a game against British Col- umbia Lions in Vancouver Thursday night, Football Roundup TIE ATTEMPT FAILS Hou Teh-Cheng, Republic of China outfielder, leaps home 1oo lale as Fidel Vasquez, Nicaragua catcher, prepares lo tag him out at home. Action took place in the sixth inning of the first game of the Little League World Series in Williams- port, Penn., Tuesday. China lost 3-2. OTTAWA 3] EDMONTON 23 Otl. irst downs Yards rushing ___ Yards passing Net offence 3asses made-fried Intcrceplions-yds Punts-average yds Fumbles-lost yds STANDINGS Western Conferei W paskatchewan 4 B.C............. 3 Calgary .1 Edmonton Winnipeg Easlei Edm. 21 6-1 133 334 11-18 18-41 7-150 0-0 .....9-44 7-16 2-2 '0-Q 7-25 -MO Aontreal :oronto Hamilton Ottawa WFC LEADERS G ierela, BC Evenson, BC Abendschan, S Cutier, E WcKinnie, S thaw, C Eben, C larrison, C McKinnis, C Jobinson, t, Pelt, W Reed S 'oung, BC hompson, S Uolnar, S EFC LEADERS '.offsy, Hani Hvanshen, MH VtaeMHIart, Olt Wade, Mil 'onas, Tor 'aylor. Tor Tor Tor Fleming, Ham Guindon, Mil F A Pfs 4 1 112 73 8 -.32 128 9? 6 3 2 95 60 S 1 5 79 121 2 0 4 55 114 0 Conference W L F A PtS 3 0 66 47 6 2 1 72 51 A 2 2 69 73 4 1 2 47 64 2 CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park race results Tuesday: First claiming, 2-year-old maidens, 7 furlcngs Bomb Site (Hunt) 8.70 3.BO 2.60, Flight Count [Shields) 3.30 Kaps (Stadnyk) 3 70. Time: 2-5 Beauco, Flag Reaction, City Fella, Swing Leader, Brutal Force also Second ELRICH TIRi claiming, 3-ye, Kojo, Merry Sailor also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, furlongs Chlm Chree (Rasmussen) 3.20 2.60 2.50, Princess Lani (Hunt) 3.40 2.80, fetralass (Lavvson) 6.00 Time: Go Go Glen, Tommy's Chamo, Park- anci Prince, Wig King, Clems Boy also ran. EXACTOR: 51110. Sixth claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Ken Kal (Sfadnyk) 5.70 2.BO 2.80, tts- orrlem (Shields) 3.00 2.70, Western Arrow (Haynes) 3.70. Time: 4-5 Major Scandal, Mydar, Hot Talent, V Eternal Janrces Delight also ran.' Seventh SI.600, allowance, 3-year-olds, ikes Roarf (Shields) 3.10 2.50 2.40, Leisures Memory (Parsons) 3.10 3.00, Cumloops (Billmgsley) 3.20. Time: Sootime, Silky Page, Lady Harcon, Mad Flapper, Pagos Poem also ran. Eighth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- onqs Dewey Boy {Rasmussen) 4.70 3.90 '60, Eadle Ride (Coombs) 5.90 2.80, slo Work (Bnrroby) 2.60. Time: 3-5 Sure Speed, Brazen Bully, Dry Cou- ee. Chinos Lo Lisa, Compel To Dash ilso ran. QUINELLA: C FG 0 13 10 600 0 12 7 pts 5 4S 0 36 540002.) 5 4 0 0 0 !4 6 3 0 0 0 18 5 3 0 0 0 IB -5 3 0 0 0 13 4 0 f> 3 2 17 3 2 0 0 0 12 4 2 0 0 0 12 5 2 0 0 0 12 A 2 0 0 0 12 3 0 0 1 19 DRIVER KILLED SUZUKA, Japan (AP) Mi- noni Kawai, 27, Japan's auto- mobile test driver and winner if last November's World Clial- engc Fuji 20-mile race here, vas killed today when a new Toyota 7 model he was driving skidded and smashed into the guardrail of the Stizuka circuit. Toyota Motor Co. officials ;aid Kawai died of ikull. a fractured Canucks Schedule VANCOUVER (CP) Van- couver Canucks of the National Hockey League Tuesday an- nounced their schedule for 10 exhibition games. The club is entering its first season in the NIIL. Canucks will play: Minnesota North Stars, at Edmonton, Friday Sept. 18; at Calgary Sept. 19 and at Winni- peg Sept 20; Los Angelus Kings, at Ed- monton, Friday Sept. 25; at Calgary Sept. 26 and at Red Deer, Kept. 27: Chicago Black Hawks, at Vancouver, Tuesday Sept. 29 and Thursday, Oct. 1; Los Angeles, at Victoria, Saturday Oct. 3; Toronto Maplo Leafs, al. Vancouver, Tuesday, Get, G. Oakland Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago 48 59 JO 7G 11V2 13 20 21 d'A 7 26 23 47 .47 83 .262 TODAY'S GAMES New York Bahnsen 11-9 at Kansas City Bunker 0-7 N Boston Gulp 13-11 at Minnesota Bly- leven 7-5 N California Wright 17-9 at Detroit Mc- Laln N Oakland Dobson 15-11 at Baltimore Palmer 17-7 N TUESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST California QOQ Oil 036-10 14 1 Detroit 120 000 690 Bradley, Garrett Fisher La- rocne (0-1) (7) K. Tatum (6-3) Queen (9) and Egan; Niekro, Scher- man Hiller La Grow (9) Pat- terson (9) and Price, Freehan HRs Cal, Repoz Johnstone John- son Det, Collins SECOND California OQO 000 202 6 13 0 Detroit 010 111 000 480 Murphy, Fisher K. Tatum Messersmith Laroche (12) and Az- JB; Cain, Timmerman (9) and Frec- sn. (10-10) lerman HRs: (5) Cash los ton Minnesota Romo, Brett (4-7) (5) Wagner (9) and Satriano; Zepp, Hall (6-6) (8) Wil- liams (B) Perranoskl (9) and .Mitter- wald. T. ConlgllarO' (25) Washington 020 101 383" Chicago 002 090 9 1 Coleman Pina (8) Knowles (2-12) (8) and Casanova; Moore, Murphy (7) Wood (8-11) (9) and Herrmann, Jo- sephson Oakland ooi ooo i i Baltimore 004 1QO 580 Segui (8-10) Fingers (3) Llndblad (7) Locker (7) and Tenance; McNally (20-7) and Efehebarren. Milwaukee OQO 000 200 Cleveland 001 009 010 2 10 I Lockwood, Sanders (3-0) (9) and Mc- Nertney; McDowell, Higgins (4-5) (9) Austin (10) and Fosse. HRs: Hegan (10) B. Smith New York OK 000 270 Kansas City 000 COO 100- 1 8 1 Kline, Aker (3) Peterson (14-9) (E) McDaniel (9) and Glbbs; and Kirkpatrick. HR: KC-Oliver NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. 70 57 .55! Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco Houston GBL 3'A 66 60 65 62 58 69 12 55 72 .433 15 We: 8.1 70 63 62 57 70 .6.J6 .560 .50-1 .504 18Va San Diego.....48 7? .373 TODAY'S GAMES Houston Wilson 6-5 at Montreal ko 9-8 N Atlanta Reed 6-5 at New York Koos- man 8-6 N Cincinnati Merritt 19-10 at Philadel- phia Bunning 10-12 N Chicago Holtzman M-9 et Los An- geles Osleen 13-10 N Pittsburgh Veale 8-14 at San Diego Roberts 5-11 N St. Louis Brilcs 5-i at San Francisco Reberger 5-5 TUESDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis OQO J 8 1 San Francisco 020 010 4 1 Carlton Torrez (8) and Sim- mons; Pitlock McMahon (B) and Dietz. HR; Hague Chicago .001 000 1 9 2 Los Angeles GOO 200 4 10 0 Hands Pizzaro (7) and Hund- ley; Moeller (6-6) and Haller. Atlanta 010 051 7 13 1 New York SOD 000 6 11 1 Jarvis (15-10) Wlllwlm (B) Priddy (9) and King; Ryan (6-9) McGraw (6) Taylor (8) and Groie, Dyer HRs: (27) King denon Houston 002 010 000 000 13 Montreal 000 000 300 000 90 Billinqham Gladding (9) Ray (10) Cook (3-4) (11) Dilauro (13) and Ed- wards; Morton Lemaster (7) Culver (7) Raymond (B) Reed (10) Marshall (1-6) (12) McGinn (13) and Bateman, Cincinnati 200 000 OQO 8 1 Philadelphia 010 003 100 7 2 Cloninoer, Carroll (9) Granger (6-0 (12) and Bench; Lersch, Selma (6-6) (10) end Edwards. KELLirMr SPRiNCFIEUO KELLY "TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" COMBINE T 149x26 6 ply 184x26 6 ply ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 in Aw. South or ,327-4445 ;