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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 IHHBRIOGE HERAIO ThunJay, Auouit 31, 1972. Eskimos' u'inning streak after nine games_ Herron sets the tone in Bombers7 victory Fullback Mack HeiTon scored a 120-yard touchdown on the opening kick- Wednesday night, setting Ihe tone (or Winnipeg Blue Bombers' 49-16 defeat of Ed- monton Eskimos In n Western Kootbnll Conference game. entered the gnmo with n string of nine con- secutive wins stretching back into last season tat Hcrron, leatlitig scorer in the WFC, scrambled their game plans with a run that started 10 yards behind his goul line, Uerron's kickoff return was the second longest in the his- lory of the Canadian Football l-eapuo. Gene Gaitics of Ottawa rtongli Riders returned a kick- off 128 yards Nov. 14, lOiil against Hamilton Tigcr-Cals at Hamilton. "Thai was enough In lake (he wind out of anybody's Bomber head coach Jim Spa- vital said of Herron's sideline have lost, says Cftliill Argonauts come close to win OTTAWA (CP1 "We Just shouldn't have? lost thai game." mourned mndi I-co Caliill Cassata unloat'oH and Ohlhnm gathered in the ball. Gerry Organ added DIG con- niplit after his To-1 vert to two earlier field goals ronto a 1-1- ind. after Andmsyshyn muffed Eastern Football Conference decision to Ottawa Konyli Rid- He likely was right. The two key plays that rank- led him most were a missed convert and blocked field goal kicks by Zenon the fourth quarter. The convert, after Tony leak a 22-yard scoring pass from Wally Cabler. would have earned Ihe Argcs at least a tic as it turned out. The field poal-a low. flat bullet that hit the outfkmg paw of Ottawa de- fensive end NVayne have given Toronto its first victory in five starts this year. Even so, Moro's touchdown at of the fourth quarter gave the Argos a 13-7 lead and only the razzle-dazzle scram- bling of Ottawa quarterback Rick Cassata turned the tide for the Riders. Defensive half lied Wood- ward started it with an Ottawa interception at the Toronto 4-> 1 line wliicli he ran back to the Argo 22 midway through Ine final quarter. TACKLEIIS EVADED Cassata then carried to Hie Toronto 16. But on the next play, trying to roll to his left, he appeared smothered by alert Toronto tacklers only to squirt out of the pile and spot end Hugh Oldham roaming alone in the Argo end zone. With Argo tacklers again closing in fast, OTTAWA It TORONTO 11 TOR OTT Net marfe-frled iis field goal, Ottawa had its fourth straight victory to the lelight of fans. Andrusyshyn eforc wo get down to serious commented Hall. The training camp will now open Sept. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. Meanwhile the Sugar Kings ill toil in the six-team Alberta Junior Hockey League again this season, The league will Jiavc much the .snme teams as last year, for the exceptions of the Kd- Movers, Calgary Coug- ars and the Crowsnest Pass. The Movers have been grant- ed a one-year leave of absence the new Alberta College Hock- ey League. Crowsnesl Pass Red Devils have filled in one of the open spots and will join the Edmon- ton Maple Red Deer Rustlers. Calgary Canucks, Drumhcller f'alcoiis and the Sugar Kings in the league. Sugar Kings will open their 60-g a m e league schedulo against the Red Devils Oct. i while the Cougars have joined I in Ihe Crowsnest Pass. Roy chosen as runner-up CALGARY (CP) Pitch Bob Daird of Calgary Jimmies oday was named the most 'aluable player in Uie Alberta Major Baseball League. The right hander was the eague's first 10 game winner incc and won the pitching itle with a 1.22 earned run av- erage. His record was 10-1. Second was infieldcr Rob oy of Lethbridge Lakers, the eague batting champion. Fin- shing third in the pool, which called for each selector to list iis top three choices, was out- lelder Lyle Moffat of Calgary Giants. The selections were made In i poll of official scorekeepers ind sport reporters in the four AMBL cities. Athletics capture league title Labor Club Athletics captured tho J972 LeLhbridge Senior Men's Fastball league cham- pionship title by edging the Lethbridge Hotel Juniors 6-5 Tuesday night. The final game of the best-of- Lhrce final playoff scries right down to the wire as the two clubs battled it out for 10 innings before the champions were decided, George Jacket the dis- tance to cam the mound win while Ron Zasadny suffered the loss. Zasadny was relieved by Dennis Hydychuk In the seventh inning, but saw mound duly again in the tenth when Hydy- chuk was ejected from the game. Jerry Carmlchacl led the Athletics with a double and a single while Ed Carpenter added a home run. Tom managed four singles and Eugene Yamada a double and a single for the Jun- iors. Labor Day ball tournament set The Letbfciridge Minor Base- ball Association will once again host the annual Little League and Senior Little League Labor Day Baseball Tournament. Action is all set for two days, with Ihe opener on tap Satur- day at 10 a.m. at the Dave El- ton park. The tourney will conclude Sunday. BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL Save C.C.M. FORMULA 1 10 SPEEDS ONLY 25 IN STOCK! Featuring 23" frame, pull b'akei, amber wall liret, alloy hubs end dipt. WHILE THEY LAST..... 11495 BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. Other 10 Speeds from Japan, Canada, France, England, Italy. As Low As 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Monday, Open a.m. to p.m. Thunday and FrErfay a.m. tr> p.m. OPEN A TOTAL OF HOURS "Serving S. 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