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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, October 1, 1973 Eskimos share first p la ce Stamps lost track of time Look Ma one hand Gene Foster, Edmonton Eskimo fullback, appears to balance on one hand as he clutches the football in the other Sunday against Saskatchewan Roughnders Esks moved into a first-place tie with a 17-13 victory Rams_stiff undefea ted Hadl hits targets CANADIAN PRESS Quarieibatk John Hadl completed eight of 11 passes .ncludmg a touchdown strike to Harold Jackson leading the unbeaten Los Rams to a 40 20 vie m or San Hancisco 49ers in a National Football League game In Sundav s other games Cincinnati Bengals defeated San Diego Chargers 20-H Kansas Citv Chiefs stopped Oakland Raiders 16-3 Dallas Cow nailed St Louis Car- dinals 45 10 Pittsburgh Steelers swamped Houston Oilers jh 7 Minnesota Vikings dumped t.ieen Packers 11-) Baltimore Colts downed New Orleans Saints 14-10 Washington Redskins topped Philadelphia Eagles 28-7 Buf- lalo Kills edged New York Jets 97 Cleveland Browns squeaked New Giants 10 and Imago Bears (rushed Denver Broncos 33 14 The Rams 3-0 also got a touchdown on a 93-vard kickoll return bv rookie ullen Bryant and four field KOdls from David Rav Essex Johnson found huge holes in the San Diego secon darv and turned passes from Ken Anderson into touch- clowns of 78 and 38 vards lor the Bengals Jan Stencrud kicked field goals of 47 41 and 29 vards foi Kansas City Roger Staubach threw three touchdown passes to rookie tight end Bil- h Joe DuPree lor the Cow- bov s Quarterback Terry Bradshaw ran lor one touchdown and passed for another and Andv Russell and Glen Edwards returned for touchdowns 101 the Steelers I red Cox kicked three short-yardage field goals for the Vikings and defensive tackle Alan Page destroyed Green Bav s olfence Bert Jones tossed a touch down pass on the first Balti- in o i e series then on his ground game after four first half interceptions bv the Saints Sunnv Jurgensen threw two touchdown passes to Charley Tavlor for the Redskins It iMrgensen s start since he tore an Achilles tendon last October Mercury Morris scored on tuns of 24 70 and 35 for the Dolphins John Leypoldt kicked three field goals for the Bills to beat the Jets while Don (otkcrofts four field goals accounted tor all ol Cleveland s points Bobbv Douglass threw a pan ol touchdown passes for the Broncos IMPORTANT NOTICE! Effective OCTOBER 1st X DUNLOP FORD'S PARTS and SERVICE DEPARTMENT be Open Till 9 p.m. THURSDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS order to Improve Our Service to the Motoring Public of Southern Alberts OPEN HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Sam to 5 p m Thursday and Friday 8am to 9 p m (CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY) Our Sales Department will Remain Open as Usual Saturday, a.m. to S p.m. FORD Corner Mayor Magrath Drive at 16th Ave. S. Phone 328-8861 By JOHN SHORT The Canadian Press Statistics are tor losers Just ask Saskatchewan Roughnders and Calgary Stampeders of the Western Football Conference, who frit- tered away several opportun- ities Sunday before going away empty-handed Saskatchewan dominated Edmonton Eskimos throughout but lost four fumbles in a 17-13 defeat while Calgary missed an opportuni- ty to kick a field goal in the final seconds and lost 31-29 to Hamilton Tiger-Cats in a Canadian Football League interlocking game In another interlocking game. British Columbia Lions rallied behind five field goals by Ivan MacMillan Saturday and managed a 22-22 tie with Toronto Argonauts The results left Edmonton and Saskatchewan tied in first place four points ahead of Calgary in the WFC B C now has seven points, three behind the Stampeders and one in front of Winnipeg Blue Bombers who meet the Tiger- Cats Wednesday in the second half of Hamilton's western swing Saskatchewan lost four fum- on fans but appeared in control until a pass defender slipped on the first play after Jack Abendschan's fourth field goal gave the Roughnders a 13-10 advan- tage The slip left Tyrone Walls free for a 44-yard recep- tion that dug the Eskimos out from deep in their territory FINDS McGOWAN CLEAR Three plays, one a 25-yard sprint bv Roy Bell, moved the ball to the Saskatchewan two- vard line On third down, quarterback Bruce Lemmerman rolled to his left and found George McGowan well in the clear Abendschan kicked for all the Saskatchewan points as the Roughnders failed to produce a touchdown despite a net offence of 420 yards, almost twice as much as Ed- monton's 211 yards He missed two field goal at- tempts but one went for a single Lemmerman also threw for Edmonton s other touchdown, a 28-varder by Garry Lefebvre Dave Cutler contributed a field goal and two converts George Reed led the Rough- riders with 133 yards in 33 car- ries At Calgary, placement kicker Larry Robinson failed to get onto the field for a long field goal attempt that might have pulled out a victory on the last play before fans A 69-yard touchdown dash by quarterback Chuck Ealey on a broken play and an un- wise lateral involving Calgary punt-returners Jim Silye and John Senst helped the "Tiger- Cats stay in the battle for an Eastern Football Conference playoff spot Silye attempted a lateral to Senst deep in Stampeder terri- tory but the ball went free and Jerome Gantt recovered Two plays later Dave Fleming scored on a mne-yaid pass from Ealey Ealey also scored on a one- yard plunge Halfback Andy Hopkins add- ed the other touchdown for Tiger-Cats. who led 31-12 early in the fourth quarter and bare- ly managed to stagger home in front Ian Sunter added MONTREAL 28, OTTAWA 15 MTL OTT First downs 18 21 Yards rusning 170 68 Yards passing 228 317 Net offence 223 311 Passes 14 24 20 40 2-10 0-0 9-40 8-38 2-2 0 0 Penalties-yards 12-10510-70 HAMILTON 31, CALGARY 29 HAM CAL first downs 17 22 Yi'ds rusihing 205 44 Yards passing 114 287 Ncl offence 203 302 Passes 10-1826 39 Interceptions 2 1 Punts -ave-age 1038 828 0-0 3-1 11 75 5-30 TORONTO 22, BRITISH COLUMBIA 22 TOR. B.C. First downs 13 23 Yards rushing 114 27 Yards passing 242 345 Net offence 356 372 Passes 13-2022 31 Intereptions 0 1 Punts -average 7-46 5-43 Fumbles 1-1 3-2 9-80 10-40 EDMONTON 17, SASKATCHEWAN 13 SASK. EDM. First downs Y irck rushing Yards passing Not offence Passes Interceptions Punts -average Fumbles Penalties thiee converts, a single and a held goal Touchdowns by Rudy Linterman, quarterback Peter and wide receiver Tom Forzani sparked the Stampeders. who also receiv- ed three converts, a single and a 41-vard field goal from Robinson Punter Alex Lockmgton of the Tiger-Cats conceded two safeties Young backfielder Ray Langcaster dropped a pass in the end zone in the fourtn quarter that would have given Toronto a victory before 400 tans MacMillan, a former Argo kicked B C field goals from 16, 45, 27, 17 and 44 yards and didn't miss any Lou Harris took a seven- yard pass from Karl Douglas for B C 's only touchdown MacMillan converted it Pete Watson spearheaded the Argos with two touchdowns Zenon Andrusyshyn added two converts, two singles and two field goals Andrusyshyn, however, missed a 27-yard field goal early in the game Watson ran 29 yards for one touchdown and took a screen pass from Rae 80 yards for the uther Alouettes are second Crowd gathering at top OTTAWA Montreal Alouettes and Hamilton Tiger-Cats during the weekend left little breathing room in the Eastern Football Conference stan- dings While league-leading Toronto Argonauts were held to a 22-22 tie by British Colum- bia Lionb the Alouettes replaced Ottawa in second place by dumping the Rough Riders 22-lo The Ti-cats remained in last position by beating Calgary Stampeders 31-29 but they are only four points out of'first place with a game in hand Going into the last month of the regular schedule the Argos lead with 12 points, Montreal is second with 11 Ottawa third with 10 and Hamilton fourth with eight A strong defensive display and two touchdowns by Johnnv Rodgers carried the Alouettes to their win here snapping a five-game Ottawa wining streak The Alouette defence kept the Riders penned up on their own side of the field most of Sunday afternoon but saved then best effort tor the final quarter In the last 15 minutes, the Als forced the Riders to cough up the ball twice when Ottawa gambled and failed on third down The Als also mteicepted a Rick Cassata pass and the defence ac- counted for the third Montreal touchdow n Dick Harris, who had the last quarter interception, picked up a loose ball after Montreal blocked an attempted field goal and ran 57 yards for the touchdown Don Sweek kicked two field goals and three converts while Buono booted a 49-yard single to complete Montreal scoring Flanker Hugh Oldham, one of the Ottawa stars of the game scored on a 37-yard pass from Jerry Keeling in the first quarter and halfback Art Oieen went over from one out after Montreal suf- fered three costly penalty calls in the fourth quarter Gerry Organ converted both Ottawa touchdowns and man- aged a single point from a missed field goal try Montreal coach Marv Levy credited his defence with the win 'I was very proud of the de fence staying tough after that i ash of penalties in the fouith quarter, he said One of the penalties was a 25yard rough play call on defensive end Gordon Judges who also was ejected from the game Another was a holding call that gave the Riders pos- session on the Montreal four after it seemed Ottawa would have to give up the ball after an incomplete pass attempt on third down Quarterback George Mira, who completed 14 of 24 throws for 228 yards, including two touchdown pitches to Rodgers, said his line "did a helluva job "They were blitzing a lot and leaving Johnny Rodgers open in a one-on-one said Mira "Well, we got a couple of quick touchdowns with him and that kind of loosened up Ottawa's defence a he said The first touchdown pitch to Rodgers travelled 58 yards, the second 17 Rodgers caught three passes in all for an afternoon total of 93 yards Keeling who started at quarterback for Ottawa and later gave way to Cassata, heaved the touchdown pitch to Oldham The two Ottawa quarter- backs completed 20 of 40 throws for 317 yards Oldham caught six of them for 127 vards CANADIAN LOSES BERNE Switzerland (CP) Maic Gervais of Quebec lost on points to Max Hebeisen of Switzerland in a 10-round welterweight boxing match Fridav night JOHN DEERE SNOWMOBILE SPECIAL Buy now, get a full season of savings Buy any John Deere Snowmobile now and get a lot of peak-season use with only a small down pay- ment and no installment pay- ments until December That isn t all There are no finance charges until April 1, 1974 Take your choice of models on two great suspension systems trail- smoothing trailmg-arm bogies or the new John Deere slide suspen- sion system This special offer also applies to John Deere Snowmobile fashions and accessories pur- chased with your snowmobile Buy now and get a full season of sav- ings and fun Offer ends November 30, 1973, at participating John Deere dealers nothing JOHN DEERE; McKay Bros. 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