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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 IIEBA10 Thursday. Auryuil 26, defence couldn't handle WiiinijMig piltti nas brilliant guiding Bombers past Esks MM.N1 inio il, in a lv- ul llic EbUnnos. Jonas passi'd for four Ion; 1) downs .'Hul Jtk'Aeii HI while skilfully sliiTililing Hi'1 usually-stingy Edmonton HI- and 12-yard touchdowns, Ihi'cw for 17 yards lo rookie Williams for anolhcr and liml a :J3-yard rocket for a major Lo Dol) LaKosc. lie con- viTlcnl nil four and kicked field from 49, 3JI and 47 Edmonton, vliii-li Kit best offensive slunv of the sca- .son, four ImirliiiouiK from ex-Bombers. b I'01'- mai'd scored (lid Char- lie IJryanl. Dave I'ulliT con-1 verted Uiem and kicked a field j Roal from 211 yards. fro i He passed lo Mack Ilerron [or i Nosing by only nine poinl.s [laltered the Eskimos, who picked up a touchdown with less than two minutes Icfl when Win- nipeg had Inc. gome well in hand. liny Jauch, head coach of the Race results CALGARY (CP) Race results Victoria Park Wednesday: FiPil ON THE MOVE Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback defender in Werlern Football Lontercnce a) Uarkc Mack Hermn ci.ils ermine! a -jprowiing Edmonton Eskimos Sladium in Edmonton Wednesday nigbi fain, in spot. Ti-Cats halted by Larks' defence Hy .MiicLAINL II UriLTO.V in1' Honors went (o doftnce U ;KS llin Al- uiK'llcs r.urcd a victory mcr Hamilton Ticcr-Cals in Easiorn Kootball Conference ac-j (ion kfoi'C1 .'i record Hamilton crn-.vfl nf "fi'Jr OL fence kepi us in Bailie liic That's Ihe hcsl all year.''j d c c I a i e rl Slonlrcal coach Sam K'LChevcrry. Tiic .came was a fierce de-fen-! sivc MiugRlc from the outsell wilh Ihe Montrealeis bursting througit Die offensive line in Lhc second half to harass Wally Gabler, on the field to relieve Joe Zuger. Mark Milie and Bill Whisler led the assault on the game little quarterback, while Montreal's secondary spread an umbrella over poten-1 (ial enemy receivers. The AIs got to Gahlcr four, times in all, throwing him for a i total yardage loss of 511 yards. After an early louchdomi by Zugcr moved the Ticals into a Diuecu given new position SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) Gary Dincen. a centre for the American Hockey League champion Springfield Kings last year, was named Wednesday as the team's coach and general manager. Dineen, 27. a former member of the Canadian national team, succeeds John H'ilson i was named coach and general manager of Tidewater of j Norfolk, Va.. a new entry Uiis j vear in the AHL 7-0 lead, the AIs look over, A field goal by Montreal's Justine Canale made it 7-3 niuT I lie opening quarter. A llnTe-vard loudnlown run by Bruce Van Ness s.'iw Hie AIs going intn the second lialf with a 9-7 whiltlcd down one point l.iy a 57-yard single from quartcib.'ick Tliat set Llic stafic fnr Gcorpc Spi'ingnle's 33-yard field goal at of the final period which opened a four-point Jeatl for jMontreal- Gonc Gainos intercepted H Zugcr pass wilh less than a niintitp remaining in (In? game, to 5-miff out the Ticuls' fhial of- fcn.-ivc lunge. Tho Hnmilton evened the records of the two clubs at two win.s and a loss, and created a th roc -w a y lie with OLUuva Rough Riders for .second place, four points behind Toronto's un- ber.tcn Argonauts. The AIs rolled lo .11 first clowns, and only superb defen- sive cffnrls by the Tical second- ary robbed them of additional points. John Williams, then Al Bren- ner came up uilli quarterback Sonny Wade's passes in the end Wade, who went all the way for Montreal, hit on 12 of 29 allempts for 13-1 yards, with Terry pulling in four foij 116 yards. Under continual pressure, the Hamilton quarterback Landern hit on only 10 of 23 Iries for ]3fi vards, Zuger .six of 19 for 9G yards and Gabler four of nine for 42 yards. claiming, 3 year olds, 7 rui loncii Aflanlic Slar (Parsons) ID.20 4.10 3.30 Crlnner (Sladnyk) 3.00 1.30 Royal Rouser (Hedge) 460 Time 1-5 Miss Rouser, Terry's Speed, Echo. Cordova Bay, Rodeo Queen also Second S1.5M claiming, 4 year olds and up, mile and U Dr. Nile (Norrii) 1J.10 B.AO 5.60 Ski (Billingslcyl t OD 1 BO Winning Skip (Rycrofl) 3.BO Tim" 1 5 Killic Stikine, Sickles Queen, Kim- brook, Bdzia, News Media also ran. DAILY DOUBLE 591.VD Third allowance, 2 year olds, 7 rur- C C Magic -1.30 N'orihern Beau (Stadnyk) 6JQ S.20 Tinqa Whippet (Sanchez) 2.60 Time J-5 Honor end Glory, Regal Point, In- dian Quill, Minlamour, Already Jovlul also ran. QUINELLA: S45.70 Fourlh claiming 4 year olds ond up, furlongs Prince (Jackowlak) B-BO AH mark fWhitllp) 3 61) 7 Something High INorrls) 7.DO ouccn, Noble Stranncr. nr. AAcrning Master, >Ar. claimina, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Reel (Rycroff) 16.20 6.70 3 '0 Li'lle Miss Day (Perry) i.70 3.20 Socedy Kim (Shields) 2.SO Time Charlie O, New Crealor, Las! Road. Happy Bernif, Olypic Sun also started EXACTOR S41.70 Sixth claiming, 3 year oFcfs, 7 Tur- I lonq-, Table For Tony (Kipling) B.70 3.40 I Trgnsbriar (rtorris) 2.5D J.20 I Game Sanq (Jackowiak) 2.40 I Time i-5 Bonnie Brier Magic, Tollivar, quis also ran. I '-i.W c'almlna, 4 year olds and up, Ouillalion (Morns) 17.40 5.00 3.60 LiMl" Gypsy (Parsons) 3.30 2.9Q Bailie r.'atch (Blllingsley) 5.rtO Time 2-5 Jim Keefe, Racrrjfic, Killam, Ena's Daughter also ran.. Eignlh J1.5CO claiming, A yenr olds and up. Madam Judge (Norris) 4.GO 170 2.90 Tropic Tide (Sladnyk) 30 Time 1 !6 1-5 Courier, Tsllyhn Jty. Tlin iron Girl. My Son Michael a'so ran. QUINELLA 141.10 Track Scralch Ivskimos, when asked his opin- ion of (he game said: "Don Jonas, nci-iod, lie did a beautiful job "I picking our de- fence aparl." Bombers coach Jim Spavilal reacted lo tlic win as lliough he'd jusL won Hie Grey Cup. "Jonas played a great game." lie said. "We knew ire could score jigninsl Edmonton. In fact, Ibis loam can score against anyone." The win put. Winnipeg in sec- ond place with four points, tied with British Columbia and Sas- katchewan. Edmonton trails Ihe pack with Lwo pomLs wm'le" gary is undefeated in live starts, Willi Ibc viclory, Hie Bombers equalled their winning record of last season when they lost 14 of 16 games. While Jonas was the star of the game, the defence, the most pnrnus in Canada, played strongly, picking off five Larry Lawrence passes. Larry Kerychi'k, an Edmon- ton cast-off, intercepted Law- rence's first pass of the game and it led to Williams1 touch- down Mickey Doylcs' interception in the third quarter led to a Her- rrm touchdown while another by Emery Hicks set up a 38-yard field goal by Jonas. Williams arid Doug Strong also picked off errant Lawrence passes. The offensive line of the Blue Bombers also played superbly with Bob Lueck and Bob Swift frequently making big holes lor backs Heron and Ed Williams. The game was a thriller for the tans as Winnipeg rolled up a total offence of -503 yards while Edmonton gamed 480 yards. Passing, Jonas was good on 18 of 3G for 313 yards and would have been teiler had LaRose been able to hang on lo Lhe ball. Spavital said LaRose dropped three passes. "But I'm nol disappointed in LaRose. He had a case of jit- ters. player doesn't now and Meanwhile, Lawrence com- pleted 20 of 33 passes for 2fi1 yards and Jauch said "he did well considering be has been with the team only two weeks." In the rushing department, Winnipeg gained 99 yards and the Eskimos J.79, including 93 by Bryant. Edmonton had 30 first downs to Winnipeg's 20. Next game in the West is at Rcgina Friday when Sas- katchewan RoughridcTS play Ot- tawa Rough Riders of the EFC. Football Roundup STANDINGS WESTERN CONFERENCE W L F A Pis Calgary ..5 0 159 7? 10 B.C.......... j .1 70 03 Sask.......... ,i 100 137 Winnipeg 25 H7 IfB -I Edmonlon __ l 5 79 MO I EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Tl Toronto MonlrGal Hamilton 01 laws 1 0 55 50 1 0-15 M'Kvaukpe 5-1 72 36'2 TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee Lockwocd e 10 oi Cleve- land Lamb 4-11 N Qoilon Culp 13-12 al Kansas Clly Wriohl 35 N Chicago Wcod 17-9 a! Ballimorc Palmer 14-6 N Wishlnfjlon Bosnian 10-13 al Cali- fornia Murphy 6 13 n Only game-: schnclurnrj WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Washinglon 1DO 01-1 California Ml no fl 7 I WcLain 19 (6) and fli linqs; May, Qurpn Fisher (fl) and Stenhenion, HRv Wash-Howard Cal- Trogosi Slcphenson (3j. Chicago 000 100 3 8 1 Baltimore 101 004 671 Wood (17-10) Kr-aley IB) Srd Herr- mann: (16-6) and tlchebar- HR: New York 101 TOO 4 e Q Oakland 100 001 2 9 1 Kline and GibbS; Hunlcr (16-11) and Duncan. HRs: NY-Murc- rr Alou Oak-Jackson CD, Wcnday Minnn-.rjla OIJ 000 B 1 Dptroil 300 002 6 II 0 Kaflf HD-M) Crobm 11) Slncklant) IB) Gsbhard (C) and Miltcrwald; Lo- lich (21 0) and Freehan. Min- Killpbrcw Dn'-KnUnr Boston 040 ODD IDtt- 5 7 0 Kansas Cily 005 110 7 1 Peters (12-10) Talum (3) Bretl 17) and Montgomery Clemons (1-0) (5) and Martinez. HR: Bos-Pel- Milwnuhce OTJ 300 H 1 Cleveland 001 001 B 13 0 Persons (11-15) Morris (7) Sanders IB) and Rodrigupz; Paul I2--H Colbert (i) Hargan (7) Hennigan (7) Ballincier O) and Fosse. HR: NATIONAL LEAGUE i E.iil Chlcagn Yntt Phihdniphi- Monfrnal 72 19 73 .175 20'; TODAY'S GAME! Wo games scnetiulcd. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco 010 Oil 1 3 1 New York 001 310 5 8 D (13 1C) 1') MtMshon CB1 nnd Dielz; Kocbman end Dyer. HRs: i San F-Kinaman NY-Agce Kranrriocl Lcs Anqelcs 010 501