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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta r, Ntv.mlwr 13, THI UTHMMI Roughriders win dull west semi-final 8-6 Eskimos almost pulled out a victory IT'S MY BALL Saskalchewan's Ted Dushinski (27) grapples with tarry Highbauflh of the Edmonton Eskimos afier intercepting a first quarter pass Sunday. The theft took place on the first play of the game as Tom Wilkinson tried to hit the speedy Highbaugh wilh a quick long pass. Highbaugh almost got away on the last play of the game that saw the Eskimos lose 8-6. (CP Wirephoto) Davidson earns shutout Tigers tamed twice By THE CANADIAN PRESS Brandon Wheat Kings and Flin Flon Bombers scored double victories during the weekend in a busy Western Canada Hockey League sched- ule which had all 12 teams play- ing. The Wheat Kings, playing on the road, thumped Medicine Hat Tigers 6-3 Saturday and then thrashed Swift Current Broncos 7-3 Sunday while the Bombers, sitting comfortably at home, beat Vancouver Nats 5-1 Saturday and 9-2 Sunday. New Westminster Bruins and Victoria Cougars were the only other teams playing twice dur- ing the weekend. The Bruins beat the host Cougars 7-6 Satur- day and tied them M Sunday. In the other games, all Sun- day, Edmonton Oil Kings and the host Winnipeg Jets played a 5-5 tie, the visiting Saskatoon Blades edged Regina Pats 3-2 and Calgary Centennials mau- led the visiting Tigers 6-0. Lenny Wilkens may be answer Ty THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lenny Wilkens was acquired by Cleveland with the idea he might bring some stability to a young, inexperienced team. It's really too early to tell, but maybe, just maybe (he Cav- aliers have turned the corner in the National Basketball Associ- alion. Droll Role easy victor LAUREL, Md. CAP) Droll Tiole of the United Stales swept into Ihe lead on the final turn and von Ihe 2tst Washington, D.C., imeniational Saturday rt Laurel in n race lhal was mar- red when Boreen of Ireland and Jumlm Jel o( Singapore fell. Droll Role, owned by Jolm M. Kcliiff and ridden by Braulio Hac7.a, finished four lengths in front of Panwll of England In bvinginS Ihe U.S. its IHh vic- Wllkens, the player-coach of Seattle SuperSonics last season and traded to Cleveland this year after resigning, led the as- sault on his old team-mates Sunday as the Cavaliers beat the Sonics 113-107. The veteran guard scored 22 points to share team honors with Austin Carr. Elsewhere in the NBA Sun- day, Portland Trail Blazers edged Kansas City-Omaha Kings 102-100 and Phoenix Suns ivliipped Philadelpliia '76ers ]19- 10C. CELTICS EDGE DETROIT In Saturday's games, it was Boston Celtics 121, Detroit Pis- tons 118; Golden Stale Warriors 1C3. York Knicks 102; Chi- cago Bulls HI, Baltimore Bui- lels 106; Atlanta Hawks 111, Milwaukee Bucks 102 and Phoe- nix 114, Houston Rockets 112. Sidney Wicks' five-foot jump shot with four seconds on the clock gave Portland a victory over Kansas City-Omaha. He finished the game with 25 poinls race over I'i miles on the grass. Sleel Pulse of England was liiird, nine leiiRtlis back of Par-ncll and a lenplli in front of San San, tire Prix de 1'Arc do Triomphe winner (rom France. Completing the order of finish were Belle Gcste, a four-year-old [illy from Canada. Kentucky Derby winner Riva Ridge and klegiro Musashi of won its fiflh slraighl general manager Jerry Colangclo. Charlie Scolt scored 33 poinls, but 20 came in Hie third quarter wlien Hie Suns hit 40 poinls. Fred Carter and .lohn Q. Trapp each had 22 for Philadelphia, which won Its fi-st game of the season Saturday night after n 15-gamt reason-opening losing streak. Stampede EXHIBITION Tonite Monday Nov. Chain Match: Kamata vs Nagasaki vs Gordienko Triple Midget Tag 18 SI WATCH STAMPEDE WRESTLING ONI Saskatoon now is first in the league's eastern division with a 9-2-2 record while Brandon, also with 20 points, is second with 9- 5-2. Flin Flon is third with 18, Swift Current fourth with 17, Winnipeg fifth with 13 and Re- gina lasl with four. In Ihe western division, New Westminster jumped into first place wilh 20 points, Edmonton is second wilh 19, Medicine Hat Ihlrd wilh 17, Calgary fourth wilh 16, Vancouver fifth with 11 and Victoria sixth with nine. The next games are Tuesday night when Brandon is at Ed- monton, Vancouver at Saska- toon, New Weslminsler at Medi- cine Hat and Winnipeg at He- gin a. At Winnipeg Sunday, the Jels trniled 3-1 in the first period and were behind 5-2 near the end of the second before Gary Wagner connected twice to sal- vage the tie. Dave Marin, Dave Elliott and Ron Larway were the other Jets marksmen while Fred Comrie and Darcy Rota had two each for the Oil Kings and John Rogers one. At Flin Flon, Elaine Slough- ton scored three times to pace Hie Bombers, ahead 3-1 after the first period and 6-1 after Ihe second. Rob Wyatt scored twice wliile the other Flin Flon goals were by Jerry Boychuk, Del lannone, Doug Hicks and Wayne Biancliin. Gord Stewart in the first period and Sid Pry- sunka in the third replied for Vancouver. At Hegina, Bob Bourne's goal wilh 45 seconds left in the sec- ond period proved lo be Ihe winner. Bourne also figured in the Blades' two olhcr goals as he set up Byron Jackson and Russ Walker 12 seconds apart j earlier in Ihe same period, riill BcM and Alike Wancmik scored for Rcgina. The teams had bat- Hod through a scoreless first period before Jackson snapped the deadlock. At Calgary, honic-leam net- minder John Davidson recorded his first shutoul of the season after being top goalie in 1971. Tlie Centennials were ahead 2-0 in the first period and the score was unchanged afler the sec- ond. Mike Rogers and Russ Weichnlk paced the Calgary at- tack with two goals each with the others coming from Danny Gun and Jerry Holland. Hoinemiik shaves tourney honors WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) Wilf Homcnuik of Win. nipej; and Dave Oakley of Vienna, Vn., look home each Sunday as co-champions of the West Palm Beach open golf tournament after darkness ended their sudden-death play- off. The two players shot pars on tliu first two playoff holes. Prior commitments kept them from continuing the playoff today, Honicmiik slxil 72-70-142 nver Iho vrcuhlinn holes nnd Oak tar tad 71-71-112. I EDMONTON A speedy defensive back, an in- jured plaeekicker and a lucky bounce helped Saskatchewan Roughrlders put an end to Ed- monton Eskimos' storybook football season Sunday. The Roughrlders edged the Eskimos 8-R in a sudden-death Western Football Conference semi-final that went down to the last play. The Eskimos, who overcame a rash of key injuries this year to move from last place in 1971 to their best record in a decade, almost scored on the final play. But a desperation tackle by Saskatchewan's fleet Roy Rob- inson saved the touchdown. Jack Abendschan, playing de- spite a pinched nerve in his back, kicked two field goals and a single for the winners and Bob Pearce had a single, Abendschan's 37-yard field goal in the first period went through after hitting a goal post, while Edmonton placekicker Dave Cutler lost a 33-yard field goal in the third quarter when the ball hit an upright and bounced back into play. Veteran quarterback Ron Lancaster was a key figure in the Saskatchewan victory, pick- ing apart the Edmonton defence with his accurate passing. He had 16 completions in 29 at- tempts for 287 yards. SCORE NO TDS Neither team scored a touch- down and most of the offensive fireworks were saved for the fi nal quarter. Abendschan's firsl field goal and Pearce's 41-yarc single gave the Riders a 4- lead. Cutler managed a 30-yard single for Edmonton on a wide field goal attempt on the last play of the half. The other Eskimo points came on a field goal and a safety touch. The Roughridere, who play at Winnipeg against the Blue Bombers next Sunday in their seventh consecutive western fi- nal, continued to nurse a 4-1 lead going into the final quar- knock down a ball headed for (Bob) Ford said. "I old Ronnie (quarterback Lan- caster) the safety man had left me all alone. Then, when we jot a chance, Lancaster called t again." Abendschan's field goal at- tempt from the 10 with 17 sec- onds remaining was partially blocked and went for a single, r.iving Edmonton one more :hance. Wilkinson uncorked a bomb ter. Tom Edmonton Wilkinson, quarterback who threw three interceptions, drove the Esks early in the fourth quarter from their 40 to the Saskatche- wan 12 when the drive stalled. On third and 10, Edmonton lined up for a field goal at- tempt, but Wilkinson took the snap and fired a short pass tc Gene Foster who was stopped short of the first down. Edmonton coach Ray Jauch insisted the fake field goal didn't cost Edmonton the game. "I have no reservation about that if we get one block, we get a touchdown." Lancaster was pressured on the next series in his end zone by a hard Edmonton rush, and the Esks were awarded two points on a safety when Lancas- ter was called for intentional grounding. ESKIMOS TAKE LEAD Trailing 4-3, Wilkinson took the Esks lo the Saskatchewan 15 midway through the final quarter with Dave Culler kick- ing a 22-yard field goal to give Edmonton a G-4 load. But Lancaster, assisted by a rough play penalty against Ed- monton, moved the Riders downfield wilh Abendschan booting a 27-yard field goal for a 7-C lead wilh less than five minifies to play. Wilkinson couldn't get the of- fence rolling and Lancaster came back with a 57-yarrJ pass to Al Ford deep in Edmonton territory. Lancaster said the Riders hadn't used the play during the regular season when they finished third. "A few plays previously, I was all alone when (Gary) Le- febvre made a great play to from his 25 that Larry High- baugh grabued near midfield. Highbaugh looked like he had a good chance to outdistance the Saskatchewan secondary but Robinson caught h i m from be- hind at the 25 as the game ended. Robinson, an import from Montana who played with the Roughriders at the beginning of the season, was cut late in the year and then returned to the roster. There were striking sim- ilarities between Sunday's game before fans, smallest home crowd of the season, and the three regular season games between the All were de- cided by two points with the outcome in doubt until the final minutes. was shaken up on a hard tackle In a regular season game by defensive end Bill Baker, was stunned by Baker and Tim Roth on a first- period tackle. He missed t series of plays, but returned complete 16 of 25 passes for 197 yards. A happy Saskatchewan coach Dave Skrien said he knew it was going to be Ms team's day. SASKATCHEWAN I EDMONTON I SA5K EDM First downs 15 IT Yards rushing....... 67 Yards passing 2B7 Net offence Passes cn> 10-51 134 Itl 302 1J-57 2 0-0 1-29 Rough Riders advance against Hamilton Alouettes simply gave it away OTTAWA (CP) Ottawa Hough Riders today began pre- paring for their Eastern Foot- ball Conference final series, thanking their lucky stars and a bundle of Montreal errors for their 14-11 win over the Alouettes Saturday in the sud- den-death semi-final. Tlie Rough Riders now must face Hamilton Tiger-Cats in a two-game, total-point final that opens here next weekend and ends in Hamilton Nov. 25. The Alouettes outrushed and outpassed the Riders, but threw in three fumbles, two bad snaps from centre that cost them two two point safety touches and suffered three Ottawa inter- ceptions. Although the Riders finished the regular season with 11 winds in 14 games, their offence always has come under ques- tion. So It was Saturday. Ottawa got only a field goal from its offence while the de- fence accounted for the rest of their points. GET ONE TOUCHDOWN Dick Adams intercepted a George Mira pass and ran 33 yards for Ottawa's only touch- down. It was converted by Gerry Organ, who also booted a field goal. The first-quarter touchdown was all the scoring the Riders could muster until the final 15 minutes. The remaining four Ottawa points came on two wierd snaps from centre Wayne Conrad that sailed high over the head of punter Wally Duono to roll craz- ily into the end zone. In both cases, Buono was pre- vented from getting a kick away and, since the second took place within five minutes of the end of the game, the Aloueties also had to kick to Ottawa on that one under a delay-of-game rule. Organ's field goal, which put Ottawa ahead to stay, provided some of the tensest moments of the game. His first attempt was good from the 37-yard line in the fourth quarter, but the Riders took a five-yard penalty for tak- ing too long in the huldle. DID IT AGAIN So Organ, Canadian Football League scoring leader with 131 points, did it again from the 42- 3-ard line with the kick just barely clearing the crossbar. Montreal got a touchdown on a five-yard run by Larry Smith in the second quarter, a con- vert, field goal and a single on a wide placement attempt by George Springate. Ottawa coach Jack Gotta had no explanation for the way the Alouettes outnished the Riders C3 yards lo 4-1 and outpassed them 278 yards to 130. 'When we came out, T thought we would blow them off the he said. "We didn't. "We were so don't know why." Montreal coach Sam Etche- verry, a veteran of football wars, had tears of dis- appointment after the game. "Turnovers killed us every he said. "We played so well." ANDY WHAT'S GOT TO BE 'APPV ABOUT; FLO? E'SHlTONA FANTASTIC NEW WEAPON TOR IS WAR ON And referring lo the two safety he didn't point any said: "Those four points, they were the difference." The Riders, who won all three meetings during the season wilh Montreal, were fearful of the Alouette ground attack. But Mira went to the air fcr Ins big gains, hitting on 1G of 33 throws for 278 of them for 124 yards to Terry Evansben. Moses Denson set the rushing pace with 37 yards in 14 carries compared with two carries for eight yards by Smith. Hugh Oldham caught four of the 12 passes Rick Cassala completed in 23 tries, account- ing for 54 of the 130-yard aerial total. Art Cantrelle was the top Ottawa rusher with 26 yards in 13 carries. Only 16.HS fans attended the game, the smallest attendance of the Ottawa season. Lan- sdowne Park holds more than OTTAWA MDNTHIAL 11 Flrsl downs Yards rushing Yards passing ,'......27 130 Nef offence.........29 151 Passes 14-3 13-23 Passes Intercepted by ydi yds 10-105 5-40 Minor hockey roundup Three goals by Kevin Hamil- ton and two more by Terry Hamilton paced the Falcons to a 9-2 win over the Braves in Pee Wee action Saturday. Bill Rabb also chipped in with two goals for the winners while singles went lo Jim Reidlhuber and Leslie Androko- vich. Marshall DeArmond and Phillip Ridley scored for the Braves. The Pintos got two goals each from Donald Credico, Steve Tsujiura and Mark Cameron and one from Emilio Mantello as they dropped the Beavers 7-1. Terry Raats scored for the Beavers. It was the Bisons 5, Penguins 2 as Reg Heggan and Greg Braun each notched two goals. Ken Ohno added a solo mark- er. Bobby Button and Allan Duval replied for the Penguins. James Miller hit the score- sheet twice as he sparked the Sabres' 5-1 win over the Fly- ers. Kevin Wesko, Warren Cal- der and Grant Sales completed the scoring for the winners. Bob Hoffman averted a shutout for the Flyers. In the only Bantam A en- counter Morgan Munroe scored for the Jels and Bruce Cade for the Maroons as they battled to l-l stalemate. Russell Tumbull accounted for all three goals as the Cou- gars edged the Eagles in Bantam B play. Toby Good- striker and Andrew Prokop tal- lied for the Eagles. Single goals by Anthony Raats, Rob Rapvano, Ken Allen and Dale Seeman gave the Rangers a 4-3 win over the Bruins. Ross Mitchell scored twice for the Bruins, Brad Lowe added a single. A three-goal performance by Pat McCune paced the Ram- blers to a 5-0 win over the Mustangs. David Popovich and William Brown completed the scoring. The Midget Stampeders took it on the chin twice over the weekend in exhibition action. Saturday they dropped a M decision to Milk River Beavers and then Sunday were thrash- ed 9-0 by Bellerae Legion- naires. Barry Huber, with two goals and Launy Hendry and Doug Stenback with singles account- ed for the Saturday markers for the Stamps. Keith Losey and Scott Russell had two goals each for the Beavers. Dave Watchler and Greg Smith chipped in with singles. Lethbridge Midget Elks, with four unanswered goals in the third period, drubbed Fort Mscleod Midgets 10-3 Saturday afternoon. Joe Meli led the Elks wilh three goals while Mike Boychuk chipped in with a pair. Single markers came off the sticks of Bernie Syrenne, Reg Osmond, Baden Pilling, Barrel Osmond and Greg Kveder. THE CITY'S BEST-Tho City Women's Dorl leogoo corns to a close recently wilh ilia league cliampicns receiving the championship irophy. The new league champs are, loll lo right, til James. Nollir- Livingsion, Icncjuo wlio Ihn nopliy, Mnry James ond Jean Edwordi. RADIAL TIRES Slightly Blemished Popular American Sizes Lifetime Warranty Most Sizes In Stock ,95 '39 LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. "We Knowingly Undersell" 1902 2nd Ave. S. 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