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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, August LETHBRIDGE Bombers vacate basement with 17-point last quarter WINNIPEG (CP) To a happy Don Jonas, it was like the glory years of 1971 and 1972 when Winnipeg's aerial scoring machine was feared across the land "In the second said the voluble quarterback, "we'd go into the huddle knowing exactly what we wanted to do and everybody knew we could do it The Blue Bombers did it Wednesday squeezing out a 31-30 Western Football Conference victory over Calgary Stampeders for their second successive win after three season-opening losses It took a blocked convert by charging Merv Walker after a final Calgary touchdown to prevent a tie It appeared the Stampeders might get a final chance when the Blue Bombers faced third down on their 18-yard line and 22 seconds left in the game But Jonas, remembering an Halted Dave Knechtel pins Calgary's Peter Liske to Winnipeg turf Wednesday night as the Bombers downed the Stamps 31-30. Pit men, deep backs to get recognition MONTREAL (CP) Offen- sive linemen and defensive backs, long overlooked in the post-season selection of Cana- dian Football League per- formers for the top annual awards, will have prizes of their own to work for this year D W McNaughton, piesi- dent of Canadian Schenley Distilleries Ltd announced Wednesday two major changes in the awards system the company has employed since 1953 A new award has been es tablished to honor the out- standing offensive lineman in the nine team CFL as well as a change in format whereby the best defensive player in the league also will be honored The new award for the out- standing offensive lineman will carry a reward of It brings to five the number of award categories now in force In addition, the over-all value of the awards has been raised to 500, an increase of 500 above last year's level The monetary award for the outstanding player, won last yea1, by George McGowan of the Western Football Confer- ence Edmonton Eskimos, has been increased to from this year The value of awards for the outstanding defensive replacing the former outstanding lineman for the out- standing Canadian player have both been raised to from the of other years The rookie-of-the-year Taber archer shows well TABER (HNS) -John Hor- vath of Taber is one of eight archers representing Canada in World Field and Hunter championships in Yugoslavia A gold medalist in the re- cent Southern Alberta Summer Games, he qualified for a berth on the Canadian team by placing third over all in the aggregate of the Canadian fita, hunter, and field rounds In the Canadian cham- pionships he placed second in the field hunter round and first in the international round Following the world cham- pionships in Yugoslavia, Mr Horvath will be going to Puerto Rica for an inter- national competition COMPETITIVE SWIMMERS to join the LETHBRIDGE AMATEUR SWIM CLUB Outdoor Training Begins Sept. p.m. CIVIC CENTRE TRACK will be worth in 1974, compared with in earlier years In addition, McNaughton said greater emphasis has been placed on the out- standing player award, with this year's runner-up to receive instead of Those second in voting for the other trophies will continue to receive The new awards for the out- standing offensive lineman and outstanding defensive player followed discussions between representatives of the distillery, its award board of trustees, CFL com- missioner Jake Gaudaur and league general managers, as well as members of the CFL Players Association The group concluded that, because of constant changes in tactics and style in the CFL, revisions were necessary to make equal awards for offensive linemen and all defensive players The former lineman-of-the- year award had become almost the exclusive property of defensive linemen and linebackers, with offensive linemen drawing slim con- sideration in the voting This was shown in a review of the awards of the last 14 seasons Roger Nelson, who played both ways at tackle for the Eskimos in 1959, was the last offensive lineman to win the trophy The new award for the out- standing offensive lineman will be limited to competition among tackles, guards and centres All players on a defensive team will be eligible for the outstanding defensive player prize ill-timed punt by Toronto Argonauts in Winnipeg Stadium a week earlier, con- sumed every possible second in the final huddle and sent Jim Poulos on a time- consuming sweep to run out the clock The win pulled the Bombers out of a last-place tie with the Stampeders who now have won only once in six starts Action resumes Labor Day afternoon with the Bombers visiting Saskatchewan Roughriders in Regina while the Stampeders are host to Edmonton Eskimos The Roughriders are tied for first with British Columbia Lions, each with four wins and two losses, while the Eskimos have three wins and two de- feats Bob Larose, John Bledsoe and Dave Bailey scored on touchdown passes from Jonas who was good on 20 of 33 attempts for 307 yards Walt McKee contributed 13 points with three field goals, three converts and a single For Calgary, an equally im pressive Peter Liske fired touchdown passes to Robert Frazier and Rick Galbos and two to Tom Forzani Larry Robinson kicked a field goal, a single and two converts Liske completed 18 of 38 at- tempts for 311 yards and the Stampeders appeared headed for at least a tie after Forzani's 22-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter until Walker broke through on the convert attempt An earlier convert try by Robinson hit the crossbar Calgary coach Jim Wood said he couldn't fault an offence which put 30 points on the board and didn't feel his defence was caught seriously out of position on Winnipeg's scoring plays It's just that Winnipeg could do no wrong in the se- cond half The turning point, he re- flected came when Liske and Galbos fumbled away the ball between them leading to the Blue Bombers' winning touch- down by Bledsoe Each team rolled up 17 first downs but Calgary had the ter- ritorial edge with 182 yards rushing compared with 91 for Winnipeg and 487 yards total offence against 374 The Stampeders had a 7-4 edge after a stuttering first half and led 17-14 going into the final quarter Winnipeg coach Bud Riley gave full credit to his offen- sive team who "just wouldn't quit out there The game- ending sweep by Poulos, who has generally been rated a dis- appointment and made his only appearance of the night, was our best of the year WINNIPEG 31, CALGARY 30 Cat Wpg. 17 17 182 91 311 307 487 374 18-38 20-33 0 1 10 34 9 43 1-1 0-0 5 45 6 40 First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Net Offence Passes made tried Interceptions Football roundup CFL STANDINGS Western Conference W L F A BC 4 2 121 92 8 Sask 4 2 102 110 8 Edmonton Winnipeg Calgary 2 112 64 3 90 122 5 102 162 Eastern Conference Montreal Toronto Ottawa Hamilton W 4 3 3 2 L F A Ptt 2 132 102 8 3 113 111 6 3 92 105 6 4 93 115 4 WFC SCORING LEADERS TD C FG SPU Cutler E MacMillan B C Berg S 0 10 10 5 45 7 10 41 6 1 30 0 10 0 11 Robinson C Thomas C Thompson S Young BC Harris BC McKee W Warrmgton E Scott W MazuraK S Bledsoe W 4 33 0 24 0 24 0 24 0 24 2 22 0 18 0 18 0 18 0 18 Pressure on Winnipeg's defence puts the pressure on Calgary s Peter Liske Race results Short sport EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Wednesday FIRST S1 700 r'aimmg 2 year olds 5 h furlongs Ergis Star (Phelan) 7 80 4 20 3 40 Mar Joe s Bomb (Shields) 7 40 6 50 Rim Rock Prince (Coombs) 4 30 Time 1 08 3-5 Comic File Golden Court Poor Pappa Lordani Uncle Hank also ran SECOND 600 claiming 3 year olds 6 furlongs Valid Command (Pearson) 1260 5 20 2 80 Mermaid Bleu (Coombs) 470 290 Dancing Dominion (Ol'ive) 240 Time 1 13 1 5 Shot O Scotch Last Entry Alkie Mr Thunder Red Trojan M.ssy Hagen Tasmamer also ran DAILY DOUBLE 00 THIRD 600 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Co Existence (Hedge) 5 90 4 80 3 50 Smooth Edge (Ollive) 7 50 3 SO Marys Fancy (Nib'ett) 4 00 Time 1 12 4 5 Lloyd s Image Beauco Singdown Windy Haven Fays Hurrah Special Blend Sailors Knal also ran QUINELLA FOURTH 000 claiming 4 year olds and up 13e miles Chained Flag (Hendricks) 1950 810 4 80 Go Gypsy (Rasmussen) 7 20 3 80 Tetraspeed (Barroby) 3 20 Time 22145 Whataruler Law Boss Doctors Alibi also ran FIFTH 900 claiming 3 year olds 6 furlongs Ohbi Asset (Olhve) 6 60 4 00 3 30 Ole Richy (Beserra) 6 40 4 80 Mint Parfait (Coombs) 6 50 Time 1 12 1-5 Over Your Head Polynesian Pappa Col Dang Just Magic Charm s Victory G s Silent Man also ran EXACTOR Track Scratch Twins Return SIXTH allowance 3 year olds 6 furlongs Ruken Speed (Gold) 6 40 4 80 3 50 War Version (Giesbrecht) 5 90 4 40 Bahama Kate (Niblett) 6 80 Time 1 12 Towers Image Libation Gold Costume Bazatha Phantom Chic Sante Fe King also ran SEVENTH 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 1 16 miles So Long Fellas (Ollive) 9 90 4 40 3 50 Scotty George (Hedge) 3 50 3 00 Rusty Water (Whittle) 7 50 Time 1 45 2-5 Another Bomber Make It Magic New Response Yalta Double Way Cyternity Sabies Blue also ran EIGHTH S2 100 claiming 4 year o.ds and up 1 1-16 miles Just Affair (Parsons) 20 80 7 30 410 Kit Somers (Ollive) 430 290 Rexequus (Pnelan) 3 30 Time 1 46 Canyon Patrol Easy To Love Mini! s Sister The Wisp If By Chance Divvy Up Sootime also ran OUINELLA. 70 ATTENDANCE BETTING Winning too easy for Bailey WINNIPEG (CP) Mar jone Bailey has beaten her Canadian competitors so often that it is difficult for her to get enthusiastic about racing against them I don't even consider the Canadians most of the time in meets with international run- ners the Richmond, B C athlete said after winning the women s 200 metres Wednes- day the Lnal daj of the Cana- dian amateur track and field championships Running against the same Canadians if I lose I lose so what9 It s tough getting up for the meet and I m always push- ing myself to get going She beat Patti Loverock of Vancouver and Joanne McTaggart ot Saskatoon Her time of 23 2 seconds was just off her Canadian record of 23 1 but was good over the waterlogged track Thelma Wright of Van- couver won the women s metres in 9 30 2, about 12 seconds off her Canadian mark Francme Gendron of Mon- treal set the only native record of the day, winning the 400 metres hurdles in 609 seconds a second off the previous mark held by Jane McLeod of Saskatchewan BILLS GET CRAIG BUFFALO (AP) Buffalo Bills said Wednesday they have acquired strong safety Neal Craig from Cincinnati Bengals in exchange for a future National Football League draft choice VET IN DRAFT DEAL HEMPSTEAD NY (AP) New York Jets have ac- quired centre Wayne Mulligan from Chicago Bears for an un- disclosed National Football League draft Mulligan had been a five-vear veteran with St Louis Cardinals until mov- ing to the Bears last week ELWELL IN NEW POST (AP) Syracuse Blazers of the North American Hockey League have named Brian Elwell, a former Blazers' centre and team captain, the club s general manager MARX JUMPS FALCONS ATLANTA (AP) Greg Marx Atlanta Falcons first round pick in the National Football League s 1973 college draft left the team s training camp Wednesdav to accepit d law school scholarship at Notre Dame ROTZ RETIRES NEW YORK (AP) John L Rotz 39 who rode 2 908 winners in 21 years as a jockey announced his retire ment Wednesday because of partial loss of the use of his right foot TAYLOR BUYS WINNER LONDON (Reuter) Snow Knight the Epsom Derby win- ner has not been entered in the St Leger because Toronto industrialist E P Taylor has bought a major share in the colt and plans to race him in Canada says trainer Peter Nelson The St Leger. final big race of the British thoroughbred season is to be run at Doncaster on Sept 14 THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE INVITES INQUIRIES FROM INDIVIDUALS OR ORGANIZATIONS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN OPERATING THE PRO SHOP AND SKATE SHARPENER AT THE CANADA GAMES SPORTSPLEX. Make Inquiries to: RAY L. LAMBERT, Sportsplex Manager, City Hall, Telephone: 329-4877 BACK TO SCHOOL ON A 10 SPEED BIKE We have a complete selection to choose from such as C.C.M., SEKINES, TARGAS, PEUGEOTS, RALEIGH, APOLLOS, CITATIONS, ELIMINATORS, FORMULA 1's, GRAND PRIX. M95 All bikes are set up and serviced, ready to qo WE ACCEPT YOUR TRAbE-INS CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 91 3 3rd A ve. South Phone 327-3221 I YOUR OPPORTUNITY SALE DURING OUR 1974 SUMMER CLEARANCE 30 ONLY SCAMPER Trailer and Camper left. All sizes and models, we must clear these units out. Hurry now and save over................... on some units. '900 EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR STARCRAFT "The King of Tent Trailers" and The ideal trailer for the economy car driver. Your of any NEW OR USED VEHICLE you bacoma allgibla to win a Contola Starao SPECIAL DISCOUNTS Now In Effect On 1974 NEW AND DEMO AMC CARS JEEPS We Back Them BETTER Because We Build Them BETTER 3rd Ave. 3rd St. South UNITED MOTORS co. 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