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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Juiy me Lcineniuuc ncnAiu Tiger Cats throw punches during late fourth quarter melee By THE CANADIAN PRESS Edmonton Eskimos an- nounced at half time of a Canadian Football League ex- hibition game with Hamilton Tiger-Cats Friday night they had signed their outstanding wide George to a four-year ANDY CAFP CAN I WALK TOU THERE'S NO CHANCE OP GETTiN' TALKED I INTO IT WITH THIS SLOKSM Nicklaus after Player LYTHAM ST a nerve-tingling finish to the England It looked like British open golf cham- Just Arrived SUZUKI HONCHO 100's 5 speed gear box adjustable rear shocks signal lights The best Enduro buy in Southern Alberta JUSTIN Blazer 8 speed 100cc Trail Bikes. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 pionship today as Jack Nicklaus chased after Gary Player amid sandy wastes and bushes beside the Irish Sea. Both are bidding for their- third British and they headed into the last day with four strokes between them the South African who first won this crown in was at 212. Nicklaus of the United States was at 216 Between them was Britain's Peter Oosterhms at 215 But Player didn't try to conceal that it was who made him nervous. free-wheeling and I'm Player said will be charging My lead is really nothing.'' All day Friday the terrors of the Royal Lytham and St Anne's which had upset one star after another on the first two chipped away at Player's nerves He began the day leading Nicklaus by nine strokes Renowned as one of the world's great escape artists from sand he took two shots to get out of a ninth-hole bunker can't remember doing such a thing in 10 Player said He went on to miss a putt and wound up with a double bogey five. It was the first time in three days that his lead began to look shaky In contrast. Nicklaus scored an eagle three at the seventh hole with the help of what he called finest one-iron shot of my STEVE FALLWELL OUR NEW SPORTS DIRECTOR Listen for Steve's Radio-Sports Coverage dally at p.m. and p.m. See Steve's Television Sports Coverage on CJOC TV at p.m. Monday thru Friday Steve is looking forward to meeting all the sports enthusiasts throughout Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. contract. By the end of the game they were trying to sign Hamilton's Tony Moro for a lynching par- ty after the Ticat slotback buried his head into little Larry Highbaugh as the Ed- monton defender smothered a loose ball near the Eskimo bench. The who had been building a head of steam while pounding out a 16-13 win on the strength of 11 fourth-quarter streamed onto the field after Moro when no penalty was called. Several punches were thrown during the melee but no one was ejected at the time In the only other game Fri- day Montreal Alouettes got things together in the fourth quarter of their game in Montreal and gained a 17-1 verdict over Calgary Stampeders in another interlocking pre-season game. The Ticats commanded a 13- 4 lead at the half and appeared headed for victory after holding Edmonton to a single in the third quarter Bruce Lemmerman threw a six-yard scoring toss to Calvin Harrell early in the final quar- ter to put the Esjcimos back in the game and Dave Cutler's 26-yard field goal at the 8 28 mark provided the winning points. Another Cutler field goal and three singles by the Eskimo veteran accounted for the other Edmonton points Rookie quarterback Jim Stoeckel ran for Hamilton's lone touchdown while Ian Sunter converted and added two field goals All the Ticat scoring was produced in the second quar- ter. At Alouettes' coach Marv Levy wasn't generating any offence with veteran quarterback Sonny Wade so went with new- comers Jimmy Jones and Kel- ly Cochrane The Als held a 3-1 lead going into the last 15 minutes on the strength of a Don Sweet field goal in the first quarter and a single by Calgary's Larry Robinson before the half. The victory was the third in as many starts for the Alouettes m exhibition play while the Stampeders went down to their third straight loss. New Rae's Auction stands patiently as Jay Brusin of gives the three-year-old Thoroughbred a new set of horseshoes. Rae's who is being held steady by owner Glen Holman of will be one of many entries in the Whoop-Up Days horse races which are scheduled to get under way Monday. Lakers host Blockers The Lethbridge Lakers will have to shed the security offered by the Canadian only restriction of the Alberta Ma- jor Baseball League Super Series this weekend The who won their second straight Super Series game Thursday against the Calgary host the Edmonton Blockers in regular AMBL play tonight and Sun- day. The Lakers have done very well against the other AMBL clubs when American players are forced to watch from the but they sport a dis- astrous 3-12 season record in regular league play Game time at Henderson Park tonight is set for 8 p.m. with the two clubs going at it again Sunday at 1 30 p m The Lakers will be on the road next Tuesday for a league game against the Calgary Giants and at home to the Jimmies Wednesday defending their Super Series title against the Edmonton Tigers in next weekend's tour- nament championship game The Tigers are scheduled to play a doubleheader at Henderson Park July 20 and 21. and the two clubs will play one additional game which will count as the Super Series final. the Lethbridge Junior Miners take to the road travelling to High River to face the last-place Highwood Juniors in a Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League doubleheader The locals are pointing toward the SAJBL double- knockout playoff which opens in Acme next weekend with fivp games Swim meet A qualifying swim meet for the Southern Alberta Summer Games is set for the Fritz Sick Pool on Saturday. July 20. In order to be swimmers must not be carded winter and must not have trained with a winter club or participated in a winter swim meet Entry forms and further in- formation are available at the city's swimming pools or at the Summer Games office at 328-2341 ext 202 Stampede Wrestling TABER ARENA JULY p.m. North American Championship Match Danny Little Champion vs Big John Quinn The Kiwis vs Bob Pringle and Larry Lane Sohrcodcr '.'S 6 Big Watch Stampede Wrestling on CJOC-TV r i '750.750 1.908 WINNERS Ti FIRST MILLION DOLLARS I pSLOTTERY TICKETS B ON SALE FROM ALL MEMBERS OF THE EDMONTON SCOTTISH SOCIETY COMPLETE COUPONS AND MAI Kuy 5 aiTcTget one'FRE'Er 'I SPORT FANS Heres quite a baseball oddity Catcher Milt day of Houston started this season with a life- time batting average in majors of what makes this an oddity is that his lather Merrill May had exactly the same lifetime batting average 275 when he was in the National League exactly 30 years ago this year1 Old you Know it was 35 ago thu iummer thai lint baae- ball gama waa The TV ol a big league baiaball game in hlalory waa on Aug. 1939 It waa a between the Dodgers and with Red Barber at the micro- phone. i i i i COMPLETE COUPONS AND MAIL IN Buy 5 and Q6t OF16 Fl ON THE WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY TICKETS PLEASE SEND ME TICKETS AT PER TICKET SEND ME BOOK TICKETS Make cheque or money order payable EDMONTON SCOTTISH SOCIETY P.O. 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