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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE ICTHBRIDGE HEHAID Moniluy, 3, 1970 Tiger Cals Earn Bye Inlo Final For Pennant ll.v I'K'l'UU LLOVi) The1 final game nf (lie regular i unlay, wrapped up second place CaHiiilinn I'rcss Sl.iff ll'iiliM' i'.l-'C season in Monlecal meant irilli Incur "'in one] will mew Ihe Hamilton Tigin- ruic'd llu.-difference between first lAloucMk'S in (he conference out of fonli'iiUoi! for first place 'third place for both learns as jscmi-iin.il in Toronto next Sat- in TMuj-t forecasts, ucll ;is a layufl forjurday. up lop in Hie Hie Tiail.s who earned a berth I For Montreal, a tcnin vastly Eastern Confrrccicc in Hie league final with the lie. jdifforc-nf from the one ihat fin- Siunlay wilh an 111-13 lie against Toronto Argonauts, who edged jislicil in the EFC cellar last Montreal Alouc'lles. Houcjii Jliders 19-17 Sat-' year, Ibc lie shattered HID dream of a first-place finish Ln -Sain Echevcrry's first yoar ns head coach of the team. But the Ms haUled llic Argo- nauts and Tiger-Cats right to the wire. Final standings show Hamilton with 17 poinls on eight wins, five losses and a lie, To- ronto one point behind an Record Slxncx Only Tivo lers End Best Season Yet By Tin; ntuss ''Out here, all you have lo do! Now Eagle and Uic Rough-' season loo, willi an 1 If [lie is said Kcy.s after his v. M" over last-place sVinnipcg in llic WeMcni Football Confer- learn Irampled OriliVJi Colimi- the C a I g n ry Si'nmpcders-Kd-' Doinbers as pbcckicker LaiTy Lions Simdiiy for ils monlcii-liskimos semi-final [loumson established a Cana- cnce can l coach Kaplc Keys of Kashalchc- lias gol il. Hlli viclory of llic season. clasli B. By Hie lime Kns- dian Foolball League career "We lind only fans !or kak-iu-warv lias an opponent (or.record for (ieid goals. flis dull j'usl keeps emiinff (lip our Edmonton game. If Hie, (he U'FC final, (lie fans should' WFC race about Iwo weeks loo wealbpr's rold and we've golj be slnnning (he hoN office. eaih fnsl plncc. s( u home Robinson's 23-yard field goa in Ihe Ihird quarter in Winnipeg Ihc SUnptdeis ended llui gave hmi 115, one cnore than I now-retired Don Sulhcrin. In Vancouver, die Liens, knocked out of playoff conten- tion last weekend, had nothing to lose but their pride and foi one quarter, it looked as though Urey would escape wild Hint, B.C. snuffed out Saskatche- wan's 7-0 first-quarter lead by scoring all its points in Ihe sec- ond on two field goals by Ted Gerela and a swan-dive touch- down from, the one-yard line by veteran fnllhack Loveil fnic- man, which Gorela converted. II the best 15 minutes fhe Lions had put together in a month, but backup quarterback Vidal Carlin threw il away in the third quarter three in- ferccpfions, two of which turned into touchdowns. Linebacker Chuck Kyle grabbed off a Carlia pass early in fhe quarter and threw a lat- eral to defensive halfback Ted Duchinski. was brought down on the B.C. 50. Three plavs later, Ron Lan- caster tossed a 16-yard strike to Gord BarweU in the end zone. Placo-ldcker Jack Abendschan, who had three converts in five tries for the afternoon, WP.S 2001! on that one and the Roughriders never looked back. In Winnipeg, the mercury dipped to 33 degrees lor a sparse crowd of which watched the Blue Bombers suf- fer their 14th and final loss of 8-0-0 record and Montreal in Iliinl place willi seven victories, six losses and a tie. The tans at Uie Aulos- tadc saw the baltle for first place go dott'ii to the final gun wilh Montreal unable to add the single they needed for the win. Hamilton jumped inlo a 30-C firsl-nmirtcr lead bul the AI- ouelles fought back to go ahead 11-10 early in Ihe fourth quarter before the Ticals added another touchdown, forcing Monlreal lo scramble for Ihe lie. After Hie gsme. each coach felt his team should have won tlie game. 11-6 win "We should have won il" Hamilton coach Joe Restic said. "I haled like heck to give them that last touchdown. not saying we played thai well bul when, you gel itial far willi Ural score Etchoverry said his Alouelles "should have been leading by 10 points in Uie first half" bul were stymied by Iwo iulercep- 1970. Calgary gol inside the Winni- peg -tOyard line only five times lions and two fumbles. SAM CONFIDENT Even in the dying seconds of Ihe game, the cx-Aloucllc quart- erback was confident his team could come up with a win. Wlh only 49 seconds of play left after Moses Donson's louch- cfou'ii and George Springatc's convert lied Ihe game, many speclalors as well as Lhe Ticats expected Montreal to fry lo re- laiii possession of Ihe ball wiUi a short kickoff. Itestic sent in the Hamilton shoil-kickcfl return But Etcheverry decided (he powerful kicking leg of .Justin Canale would be enough lo boost the Als to viclory ar.d senl Ihe Football League player in to try and kick the ball into the end-wine on the kickoff. "Justin Canale can kick hell cut of the he said afler Lhe game. "We thought Justin would kick it into Ihe end sone." But Canale's kick dropped seven yards short of the goal line ar.d Hamilton ran out the BIG GAINER Winnipeg Blue Bombers' big light end, fou Andrus, jumps high for n 2-4-yord reception as Calgary Sfampeders' tarry Robinson looks on helpless. Ccilgary won the game Sunday 11-6 Robinson kicking his 11 5lh career field goo! lo set a new Canadian Football league Record. Short Sport Of All Sort AUSTRIA DEFEATED VIENNA (AP) Italy Sunday defeated Austria 2-1 in a first- leg match of Group Six in the European Cup of Nations soccer tournament before fans. Italy's star forward Riva suf- fered a fractured light ankle in l-he 7GLh minuie. i EASTERN ClIA.UrS MONTREAL (CPi Bur-! lington, Onl.. Braves ECI three fourth quarter to downs Saturday to capture eastern Canadian junior foot- ball crou-Ti with a 22-1.1 win over Notre Dame de Grace Maple If afs. -tr -k LEM.M HUUSTO.V (Al'i U'ally Lenim. licad cocci) nf llous- i ton Oih'i.s nf UK! National Football League, said Sunday he will quit at the end of the season. He made (he announce- ment in Si. Louis lo mem- bers of Uie OilcM-s squad in a meeting of the team after it suffered a 44-0 defeat at the hands of St. Louis Cardinals, a team spokesman said. s (Glasgow Team SBIank Opponents LONDON (CP) The mighty Glasgow soccer teams. Celtic Ccllic, bidding lor a sixth con- secutive Scottish League title, and Rangers, each hammered! continued to kad the standings i i win a ii-0 viclory over Mother- then1 opponents into WRESTLING TONIGHT! p.m. EXHIBITION AUDI70RIUM Boring: Siti vi RuWI Abdullcfh vs Burltn 6 GSEAT 6OUT5 S2.00, siibmis- j ,Iarry sion Saturday in a rain-curtailed i goals. Scottish League schedule. Leeds United, Ai'scmil and pronndr. c i -Ihr. Ihrco Uic linglish !''ii'st Dii-ision, .ill won Utcir Tlic thirrl-placc Hungers crlc- brnlcrl Ihcir recent cnpturc nf Hm ScollLsli [jcaRiic Cup by clcihliing iMrdriconiam. Willy and Colin Stein cacii had goals. ry clock on their next series ol plays. In Toronto Saturday, the Argos needed an 18-yard field goal by Don Jonas with six sec- onds left in the game to nip Ottawa and guarantee them sec- ond place in the conference- Toronto was eliminated from 'irst-place contention last Sun- the" game, hut" scored on day when Ihcy dropped a 27-7 three of them. -L Han-ison scored the Stamped- ers' iouchdmra in tlie second quarter, ending a 102-yard march that started ivilh Frank Andruski's interception. INTERCEPT TO'O The Calgary defensive unit came up tough inside their own 20-yard line three times in the STANDINGS first half, intercepting (wo passes and recovering a fumble to keep Winnipeg scoreless. Quarterback Larry Lawrence took Calgary 89 yards on sis plays before t h r o w i n g foiu" yards fo Harrison for the touch- down. Robinson converted il. Winnipeg signal-caller Benji Dial scored himself in the third! quarter, but the kick failed. Robinson booted his record- breaking field goal before the quarter ended, but he had to settle for a single when he was plfncon, wide with 1 if. from 24 ysri'is. The quagmire on the rain- NECK IN.lUltY Montreal C.mntlicns' Jncquc's Lajicr- icrrc irill miss 10 days clue lo a cicck spr.iin suffered Sal- cntlay in Canaciiens' 6-3 over Vancouver Can- ucks, game tu Hamilton at SUd- ium. Football Roundup Edmonfon Calgary WL T F A Pis 7 0 293 !Q9 15 EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A PI 1 T-tf 279 17 0 329 270 14 1 1TJ H 0 245 279 EFC FINAL LEADERS: Jonas, T Oldtiam, TD C FG S Pt 39 15 f 113 33 15 J 100 Evenshen M Sprlngatc, Buchanan, H Thnrpfl, T 7 0 0 0 soaked field didn't stop the clubs from piling up more Llian 600 yards in offence. ;WFc FINAL LEASERS: s o Hiskey Wins Sahara LAS VEGAS, Ncv. (CP-AP) Babe Iliskey ended five years of trouble and frustrations with his first PGA lour victory Sun- day in fhe Sahara Invi- .ational golf tournament while Canadian Will Homenuik contin- ued his search for glory. Homenuik, of Wuuiipeg, was in second place after Saturday's third round, one stroke behind Hiskey, but struggled to a 75 Sunday and finished in a IGlh- place tie at 281. His reward was while Hiskcy's victory worth The husky sLvfoolcr finished with a caulious 71 Sunday and a 276 tolal, one stroke ahead of Miller Barber, Bob Goalby and Terry Dill who won each. Another stroke back were Tommy Aaron, the 1969 Cana- dian Open champion, and Larry Hinson. MAD BEEN STEADY Homenuik, who has been play- ing the most consistent golf of his career on the tour in recent weeks, and is after his first tour victory, had opening, rounds of 69K-69 before his disastrous 75 Sunday senl. him tumbling oul of conlention. The only other Canadian lo survive the 36-hole nit after Fri- day's round was Toronto's Ben Kem who finished with a 7G and a 72-hols score oE 234. It was worth "It's been a said Hiskey, 31. "All my life il'j been a struggle. Not just golf, everything." ELR1CH TIRE SPORT SCORES Regina Rams Overpower Eclmoiiloii Rain anil w n t e r 1 o g p e t! ii-cd r-l games and nban- doiimciit ol foul-. Aberdeen had ;m viclory (ivcr Dundee United EDMONTON' (CP) Ilcgina Rams overpowered the smaller Edmonton Huskies 29 11 Sunday and won the Western Canada Junior Football championship. The Hams, second-place fin- ishers in the iManitoba-Sastat- thrcc Junior Foolljall League, now meet Burlington, Dnf., i'i in Regius Nov. 11. Tbi- Huskies. Alhcrla champi- nns. inlii a 1-0 lead in (lie first on yard sinclc by Brian Adam, hul! Ihe Uain.s came baclc on the A'oenschai Gerela, 9C Culler, E Robinson, Harrison, 4 B116I 2? J2 12 1Q7 73 2 12 ItW 75 11 10 If- 11 CALGARY i CAL First downs Y3rcl5 rusliing T77 Yards pacing Kel 33S Passes made-lrled Inlerceplions-yards Punls-averagc yards Fumbles-rumtjlcs Penalliss-lDlal yards 17 IS 7 113 S 173 313 15-56 lt.1.1 B-3'.l T-T 20 1-15 JlllOUllCC Schcdide -i VUI U lit LK 'I It IL.V. C.lydr defcalcd Dun-: an me .I-fl. rurn.i KAMK.TOH 13 MONTREAL IS HAM MTL fcrmline 3-0, touclidown by fullback i v s'S TO j Kick Ackcrninn and never _., i quishcd the lead. fcngland, Johnny Gcles of Ackerman scored his second soccer, after bcine: out o ATTENTION MOBILE HOME five urckb wilh an i by scoring the se Hero ore TWO important goal.s in a 1-n Oovrnlry rit> .Incl; L 1. Dicjinl nrw 13-foM iviclf. ?.bcriraom nlnliils lionl'i England i'.'prld rcip d dilly v.-illi Iritlqr, Movr. lurnori-, Leeds n- c nnrl flldir, tiinin.-l suilr, bath, lompv, (fiOOT ilrnff.. cu. 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