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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQC HERALD NOVtmawr ivra Graham Kelly It has been a long time since a football team has manhandled the Sask- atchewan Roughriders in the fashion displayed by the Edmonton Eskimos last Sun- day. The score flattered Saskatchewan since they were ham- and sent back to the verdant Regina plains with their tails between their legs. In the the Eskimos wrapped up first place in the West for the first time since 1957. They deserve it. They had to take first place away from Saskatchewan. They met the challenge head and now have that very important bye into the Western final with home field L advantage. It is an old football axiom that games are won or lost in Although a slippery field tends to put the charging defensive line at a disadvan- I don't think better play- ing would have made much of a difference. If the offensive line gets the jump your defense is in trouble. The Saskatchewan generally an excellent was thoroughly beaten time and time again. In Roy Bell and his blockers humiliated them. And as far as defense is con- Edmonton played a whale of a ball yielding touchdowns only when the game was out of reach. When I talked to the quar- terbacks they want to see if we can establish our running Edmonton was able to do just whereas John Sam Ed Dave and Ron Estay com- pletely shut off the Roughrider ground game. particularly was out- tough against the and very tough when rushing quarterback Ronnie Lancaster. makes -.you wonder what ever Head Coach Eagle Keys of the Leos would love nothing more than to go into his old stomping Taylor and shunt the Saskatchewan Roughriders to .the sidelines His team has been playing fairly well in the late stages of the ty- ing and beating Winnipeg and Calgary. The Lions are making fewer mis- takes than especially on pass coverage. When their defensive line mounts a half- decent pass B.C. can give any team in the league a run for their money Another factor on B.C.'s side -is the confidence they have Unfortunately for they will not be meeting a club over-confident and fat and sassy. Rider Coach John Payne won't have to say much to get his club up for this semi-final. The last thing he will probably on is show the films of the Roughrider disaster in Ed- monton. When the mommies and wives tuck the Jolly Green Giants into bed Saturday r there will be visions of 2 revenge in Rider head. rCome the Lions should be face-to-face with a completely aroused and ferocious bunch of football players. In order to use the passing game to Ron Lancaster loves to get that ground game going. During the regular was the. trenches. The outcome will be determined by which line plays best. On the Eskimo offensive line was consistently beating their counterparts by being quick off the ball. Roger Lanny Bob Willie and a newcomer named Jim Kupp held Bill Baker and company at bay throughout most of the afternoon. Although it was hard to tell on television ex- actly what they were by a series of trap blocks and Bill Baker the Undertaker was turned into a picture of frustration play. Besides the the rarfe Eskimo line opened gaping holes for Roy Bell who had the finest afternoon in his CFL career. possessed Eagle Keys to cut Estay adrift from the The Eskimo pass defense also came up with an outstanding doing a fine job in dis- guising pass coverage. Using a combination zone and man- to-man they took away the play-action pass from and for half the ball game prevented the Jolly Green Giants from mounting a sustained passing attack. Full marks to an Ed- monton defense. Remember that quarterback Bruce who didn't argued that Edmonton's defense was as good as any. So now Ray Jaunch and company have two weeks to prepare for the Western final. To get to the Grey Cup game for the first time since the Igloo dwellers will probably be facing Saskatchewan once although the B.C. Lions have been a surprising bunch at various during the season. Keep in that in the Canadian Football League the unexpected can happen at any time and often does. gained by taking a run at a play-off spot and making it. They won when they had to gaining a place in post- season play for the first time since 1969. Saskatchewan will have to do a much better job on Johnny Musso than they did on Roy Bell. People like linebacker Bill Manchuck are going to have to do some real head-knocking to make up for their lack of it against Ed- monton. If B.C. can nullify Bill Baker and the outside linebackers with any degree of the Lions have a vfery real chance at an upset. I'm betting that won't happen. able to run with impunity against B.C. Ray Bud Garrett Mike and Gary Robinson will be out to prove that those days are over. I look for Saskatchewan to continue to run the ball well against B.C. with George Reed picking up around 100 yards. If this Saskatchewan should win in a walk. Unless B.C. shows a com- plete reversal of form this the game will have to be very low scoring in order for them to' advance to the finals against Edmonton. The Lions have seldom scored a great number of points this relying instead on their defense to keep them close. If B.C.'s defense can stop the Saskatchewan they will likely win. -NATIONAL COURTESY CARD- LEASING motor vehicle described on the beck of this WtntrA- Card run been leased from a Ford Authorized System Canada Lessor It would M appreciated If every couftety including prompt and quality tervtce and any appropriate fleet discounts on parts bo SMianded to the operator of this vsftltie. IN IMuMi CwtaCan F way la get saaanal ear far thai inn One of five markers Ron Climie of the Edmonton Oilers smiles after scoring in first period against New York Golden Blades Tuesday. not known as a notched four more in the third period for a five-goal night as the Oilers blanked the Blades 8-0 in World Hockey Association action. Richard Martin was but Canucks were better By THE CANADIAN PRESS In the view of coach Joe Crozier of Buffalo left winger Richard Martin the best player on the ice by a country the Sabres weren't the best team on the as Vancouver Canucks rallied for two goals in the third period to take a 3-2 vic- tory in the only National Hockey League game Tuesday night. There wasn't much quar- relling with Crozier's assess- ment of who scored r-oth goals for the Sabres as he continued to prove he doesn't need injured linemate Gilbert Perreault to score. Martin's his 12th and 13th of the giving him six m the three games since Perreault broke his stak- ed the Sabres to 1-0 2-1 leads. But a lucky goal by Don Le- ver and a disputed goal by Or- land Kurtenbach within less than three minutes early in the third period gave the hometown Canucks the lead for the first time in the game and the Sabres were unable to fight back. Gerry 0'Flaherty gave the Canucks a 1-1 tie with his goal early in the second period. Lever's goal seemed to take most of the bounce out of the Buffalo who concentrated on defence much of the game. The Vancouver player at- tempted to dump the puck in front from his position in the corner in back of Buffalo goalie Dave but the puck took a bad struck Dryden on his pad and trickled into the net. Kurtenbach's goal was pro- although not too by some of the Sabres. The Vancouver cap- tain poked in a rebound from a scramble in front of with the puck barely making it over the goal-line. Some of the Sabres felt the disc hadn't gone entirely over the but referee Wally Harris waved them away. The victory gave the Canucks 11 four behind the Sabres and Toronto Maple who are both third in the tight Eastern Division race. The Canucks have two games in hand on both teams. Boston Bruins are first with 17 one more than Mon- treal Canadiens. The other 14 teams in the NHL see action with Montreal visiting the Bruins travelling to New York to play the Pitt- sburgh Penguins entertaining New York Detroit Red Wings at home against Philadelphia Chicago Black Hawks visiting Califor- Los Angeles at Minnesota Sooner s get third chance OTTAWA Ottawa Sooners will get their third chance at winning the Cana- dian junior football final Saturday according to coach Jim it should take only 15 points. The Sooners will meet Regina Rams at Lansdowne Park. The Sooners lost the final as Eastern represen- tatives in 1968 and 1969 to Saskatoon Hilltops. points should be able to win the game because both teams are ball- Puck loop underway The 1973-74 Commercial Men's Hockey League official- ly got underway with a pair of games at Henderson Lake Ice Centre Monday night. Cam Hogden opened the new season on the right foot as he blinked the lights three times in leading the Miners Library to a 6-3 victory over the Labor Club Athletics. Ken Boulton and Jerry Heck chipped in with single markers while Larry Boulton added three assists. Don Bruchet paced the Athletics' attack with two goals while Cliff Middleton aided with a singleton. Meanwhile Neil Creighton rifled in a pair of goals and lifted Purity Bottling to a 4-2 decision over the Lethbridge Community College. Grant Harrington and Brian Vesson chipped in with a goal apiece while Jerry Veers and Dolahan replied for the LCC. control said Chiarelli. will be a tough ball game and the Rams will be out to avenge their loss last Hamilton Hurricanes dumped the Rams 33-8 in the 1972 national final. Regina's assistant coach Al Relkey thinks the Rams may have the edge in the air. Chiarelli disagrees. fact that they can pass wjll put pressure on us but we can pass also if we have he said. still think it's going to be a running game with one team going against the The Sooners are noted for a constant defensive line and Chiarelli hopes to make more- than-average use of the line this Saturday. whole emphasis will be on our defence getting the ball from the he said. In the eastern the Sooners dumped Scarborough Rams 28-7. The Rams did not cross mid-field until the fourth quarter. But the Sooners offensive team sputtered in the passing department. Quarterback Mark McCloskey only com- pleted two of seven pass attempts for 13 yards. But despite an evident pass- ing weakness all the Sooners have churned up a constant running game with runningbacks Ed Raicevic and Fernando Ragonese. Chiarelli admits his team may be at a psychological dis- advantage moving into the final after the two previous final losses. and St. Louis Blues travelling to Atlanta. Earlier the Wings traded veteran defenceman Gary Bergman to Minnesota for defenceman Ted Harris. wheels with the puck pretty said Wren general manager of the North' Star. should help us romp out of our end. was acquired by the North Stars from Montreal Canadiens before the 1970-71 season. who has been outspoken in his criticism of Detroit's front office this sea- said he was anxious to re- join former Jack Gor- don.. played two years for Jack at Bergman said. very to be coming to Bergman has 55 goals and 218 assists in his 10-year NHL all with Detroit. Harris has 29 goals and 146 assists in nine years. Blair said Harris will return to the North Stars whenever he decides to retire as an ac- tive player. The Wings also said centre Marcel Dionne could be in the lineup tonight after sitting out last Sunday's game against Atlanta Flames. Coach Ted Garvin said Dionne has been practising with such enthusiasm that he will be reinstated. Garvin has criticized who has no goals and seven assists in 10 for not playing to the peak of his ability. Dionne has said the Wings should trade him for the good of the team. He says the atmosphere on the Detroit club is too tense for him to play his best. VANCOUVER BUFFALO 2 Flril Period Martin 12 5.18. Penalties Pratt 0.24. McSheffrey Dunn 8.43. Robert Dailey 11.49. Second Period 2 Q'Flaherty 3 Martin 13 4-37. Penalties Dailey Lorentz Pratt 19.40. Third Period 4. Lever 5 5. Vancouver. Kurtenbach' 5 16-00. Penalty Atkinson on goal by BufMo............... 6 10 8-2S Vancouver............ S 10 Still looks only seven pounds overweight Jimmy McLarnin had plenty of help TORONTO Jimmy the Belfast-born fighter who Vancouver his hotiM 40 yein ago when he reigned as world welterweight boxing gives credit to his wife and manager for his success. The last Canadian to hold a universally recognized world boxing McLarnin's career of 77 fights spanned 20 years through the tough He managed to hold on to most of his half million dollars In ring earnings. weighing only seven pounds over the welterweight limit of 147 McLarnin bounced into the city for Tuesday Cavalcade of pions dinner. He became sales manager of a national office machine manufacturer before retiring to where he's become a 12-handicap golfer. big thing in fighting is a good McLarnin said brought me along right-dldn't take a nickel until I had In the bank and kept the gamblers ---J He says his wife and Foster did all the work that led to his championship victory over Young Corbett in 1983. He tost the crown in his first title de- fence to Barney regain- ed the championship and lost it again. idea was to get the money. Fighting is a very tough what with in- juries and so on. I fought the best and came out of It with money. It's a credit to Pop and my McLarnin retains his en- m fhllil Climie scores five By GERRY SUTTON Canadian Prett Staf f Writer Don't ask Toronto Toros about Ron Climie. But mention his name to Ed- monton Oilers and you'll hear about the and a World Hockey Association trade be- tween the clubs earlier this year. The 23-year-old left a standout for Edmonton ear- ly this made the trade look worse Tuesday Toronto that a five- goal performance as the Oilers whipped New York Golden Blades 8-0. He tied a single-game record for set in the WHA's inaugural campaign last season by Ron Ward when he was with New York now the' Golden Blades Ward scored his five in a 9-4 triumph Jan. over Ottawa now the Toros. In other Chicago Cougars nipped Los Angeles Sharks 5-4 in overtime while Quebec Nordiques and Win- nipeg Jets played to a 2-2 over- time tie. who played for Ot- tawa in the 1972-73 credited linemates Jim Harrison and Brian McKenzie for his success. you don't even have to shoot to have them go he said following Edmon- ton's seventh straight victory. Climie was referring to two of his goals which were deflected into the New York net. with 12 goals and 19 assists in 31 games last was traded to the Oilers for the rights to Darryl Sittler of Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League. Edmonton also acquired rookie Blair who scored the first goal in the trade. Sittler decided to stay with the Leafs following discussions with the Toros. member of Hamilton Red Wings in the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A his first goal late in the opening period. With Edmonton leading 4-0 after two the Hamilton native scored four consecutive times in the final his season's total to which enabled him to set three records. They Four consecutive goals by one player without a the fastest three three minutes and 52 and the fastest four 12 minutes and 11 seconds. Ward scored three goals in six' minutes and 44 seconds last November and Brian McDonald of Houston Aeros got four in 19 minutes and 23 seconds. That was nice of you Derek BOSTON Flam- boyant Derek Sanderson of Boston Bruins said Tuesday he would immediately begin working out with the National Hockey League club's American Hockey League af- Boston Braves. Sanderson told reporters he realizes he is not in top condi- but said he was not con- sidering leaving professional hockey. a star centre who has been plagued with a back was assigned by the Bruins to the Braves Mon- day. He was hurt in a scrimmage during pre-season was in hospital for a time and has not dressed for any of the Bruins' 12 games this year. Sanderson met with Bruins' managing Harry Sin- for about 45 minutes Tuesday before holding a brief news conference to announce that he would join the Braves. 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