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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28, 1972 THE LETHBRIDSE HERALD Gain, more yards llutn offensive null Riders' defence wallops Stamps HEGINA (CP) Tlie maxim that Ihc best defence is n good offence reversed Sunday by Saskatchewan Roughriders. With their defence outstrip- ping the offence In total yards gained, Riders demolished Cal- gary Stampcders 35-3 and moved into a second-place tie in the Western Football Confer- ence with Winnipeg Blue Bomb- ers. Ktampcders d r o p p c d into fourth place with a 2-3 won-lost record. Hidcrs and Winnipeg have three wins each, one less than tlw unbeaten Edmonton Es- kimos. The Riders hammered out a 12-10 victory in Calgary last week. "It's always good lo win hut when It's against Calgary, the (celing is even said coach Dave Skrien. ANDRUSKl IIUKT The loss by Calgary was costly In more ways than one. Frank Andruski, a stellar defcn sive back, could he out for i couple of games or more with a leg injury in the sec ond quarter. The fact no one else was in jured could he a break for Cal gary considering the way every thing else went Sunday. Each time the Stampeders ap peared lo be lifting Oiemselve, up, the. Rider defence we-1' slam thorn back down with interception. Riders intercepted four passe In all-two each off startc .lorry Keeling ami reliever Jin lliey r e t u r n e them for a total of 29! yards, new record and a total that sur passed the Rider offence pro duction of 233 yards. Riders first touchdown, givin them a 7-0 first quarter leai was a pretly passing play Tom Campana from Ron Lan caster, for 56 yards. Stampcders roared back i tho second period opened with 41-yard field goal by Larry Rot Inson. Then things started to g wrong. Keeling passed at the Saska chcwan five yard line, direct' into Iho hands of saft-ly Rruared to make bodily contact more often than in their series' jpener. Slnden agreed. We told them to use the body a little more. "Alter all, It was you guys writers) who wondered vhcther our guys could turn it on when they want to." Assistant coach Ferguson ob- served he didn't think the play- ers were shooting enough Brie Sinden agreed. "They're dropping the puck ;oo Ferguson said. "There's a place for drop passes, but we're using It too said Sinden. Asked :iy. he replied: "Just lazy What you've got to do is tliink shoot whenever you cross that other guy's bluellne." scores another victory TORONTO (CP) Unde- feated Alberta scored a 5-3 win over New Brunswick Saturday as round-robin play continued in the Canadian ladies' Softball championships at tta Canadian National Exhibition. Winning pitcher Van- vorvalk not only held the east- erners to five hits but had a perfect day at the plate with a triple, double and single in three appearances. Alberta, with win-lo5J record of 4-0. Saturday was to meet British Columbia, which has won four and lost one. Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ELECTION OF OFFICERS CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE GENERAl PURPOSE ROOM MONDAY, AUG. 28th-8 P.M. EVERYONE WEICOMEI OTTAWA JNKS THOTTIER OTTAWA (CP) Toronto Maple Leaf right-winger Guy Trottier has with Ottawa Nationals n( the World Hockey Assncialion. 1lio Ollaxra lonm announced Saturday. they were held in check by i Whiles' pnaltpnder Tony Kspo- j sito and on tile short end of ft 2- i score. Eddie Johnston relieved Ks- posilo mid-way through the sec- ond period and was touched for the other Reds' goal. Ken Dry- den wont the roule for the Reds in goal. Despite the four gorth he appeared sharper than in the opening game. Tho major difference in the two games was Iho defensive play by Ixilh teams. played much liglilor dcfi'iisivcly. 1 ihmight Oon Aurry Whiles' phiyrd n good game, (Brad) Park SKI SCENE SPORTS COLLEGE MALL YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR SKI EQUIPMENT AND SKI FASHIONS Archery Adidas Shoes Hiking Shoes Climbing Shoes Pack Bogs Frames Hiking Accessories Climbing Equipment Tents Sleeping Bags 10-Speed Bicycles Parts and Accessories Speedo Bathing Suits THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL BACK PACKS HIKING and CAMPING ACCESSORIES to NOW OFF REGULAR PRICES SKI SCENE SPORTS COLLEGE MALL Phone 327-0553 ;