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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LITHSRIDOI HIIAID Tiuiday, Ottobtr U, Eskimo Defence Paves Way For Key Victory Stamps Share Second Place By THE CANADIAN PRESS Howie Scliuntm came back and Edmonton Eskimos are glad did. Schumm blocked a Calgary ptuit Monday, defensive half- back Mike Law turned it into a touchdown and Edmonton beat the Stampeders 16-13 in a West- ern Football Conference game. The Eskimos' fifth straight victory gave them a share of second place with Calgary and allowed Saskatchewan Rough- riders to wrap up first place. Saskatchewan's 19-10 victory Sunday over visiting Winnipeg Blue Bombers left them beyond reach, eight points ahead with Calgary and Edmonton each with only three games left toj play. British Columbia Lions, beaten 50-7 by Toronto Argo- nauts Saturday, are still in the playoff scramble but Winnipeg has been eliminated. Schumm was the hero in a game in which the defences did most of the had a total offence of 191 yards and Edmonton 127. "He played a great coach Hay Jauch said of the 220-pound linebacker, who was cut by the Eskimos last year. Schumm tried to catch on with the Stampeders, but was also sent packing by Calgary coach Jim Duncan. He came back to the Eski- mos, and has spent most of the 1970 season filling in for regular Doug Dersch. MISTAKES PLENTIFUL A record crowd of at Clarke Stadium was extremely happy with ;ihe job Schumm did in a hard-hitting game marked by seven fumbles and two inter- ceptions. The Eskimo offence wasn't any ball of fire but with Jim Thomas leading the way, man- aged to get Dave Cutler into position for a convert and three field goals. That was enough to counter- act Calgary touchdowns by Her- nan Harrison and Hugh Me- Kinnis and a convert by Larry Robinson. The Stampeders worked with a handicap. Quarterback Jerry Keeling was out of action With a cracked rib and a bruised kid- ney. Replacement Larry Lawr- ence tried to stand up to the Edmonton rush but was dumped a half dozen times for losses totalling 46 yards. Calgary struck first, going ahead 7-0 in the second quarter after Eskimos' Don Truill fum- bled on his own 18-yard line. But the Edmonton defence took control of the game a few minutes later, with Greg Pipes, John LaGrone, Dave Gasser and Schumm barrelling through on successive plays to drop Lawrence for a loss of 27 yards. Edmonton came back for a field goal, then Schumm burst through to block Jim Furlong's punt on the Calgary 32-yard line. Law picked up the loose bail on life 24 and ran unmo- lested into the end zone. Before tlie quarter ended, Cutler's 47- yard field goal put Edmonton ahead 13-7. Calgary marched 6 yards In the third quarter to tie the game and started to push the Eskimos back into their own zone. But the Eskimo defence again came to the rescue. Pipes and Schumm broke through to slam Lawrence, who fumbled the ball. Gaser recovered1 on the Calgary 47-yard line. Thomas ran down the middle for 29 yards and Cutler gave Edmonton the victory with a 25-yard field goal. Saskatchewan disposed of Winnipeg with a 17-point out- burst in the second quarter as fans watched. George Reed and Bob Pearce got touch- downs for the Roughriders, while Jack Abendschan hit for a field goal, two converts and a couple of singles. Winnipeg got a late touchdown from Charlie Bryant, a convert, single and field goal from Gene Lakusiak. Ron Lancaster, said to be bothered by a sore arm most of the season, guided Saskatche- wan 96 and 99 yards to their second-quarter touchdowns. Football Roundup SASKATCHEWAN 17 First downs 18 26 Yards rushing.......... 93 133 Yards passing.......... 275 283 Net offence............. passes made-lrled.......53-31 21-33 Inferceptfons-yds 1-10 0 Punts-avg yds 9-43 9--12 Fumhlea-lost........... 2-2 0-0 Penalties-total yds....... 5-51 5-37 TORONTO 50 B.C. 7 B.C. Tor First downs............ 25 Yards rushing.......... 114 w Yards passing.......... "8 398 Net offence 591 Paases made-tried.......1-1-24 19-31 Interceptions........... 3 Punts-average yds.......10-40 6-50 Fumbles-lost............ 3-3 0-0 Penalties-total yds 7-6010-65 HAMILTON 24 OTTAWA 17 Oil. Ham. Firsi downs 15 14 Yards rushing.......... 96 167 Yards passing.......... 169 60 Net offence............. -15 145 Passes made-tried.......13-23 7-13 Interceptions........... 0 3 Punts-avg. yds 6-il ll-l-i Fumbles-lost............ 6-4 2-2 Penalties-t yards 4-0 9-48 EDMONTON 16 CALGARY 13 Cal. Edm. First downs 15 9 Yards rushing.......... 98 81 Yards passing.......... 174 82 Net offence............. 191 127 Passes rnade-Med.......12-55 12-1B Interceptions 1-0 1-3B Punts-avg. yds. 13-42 12-41 Fumbles-lost........... 4-3 3-2 Penalties-yds............ 6-9 0-0 Net offence Is yards passing plus yards rushing, minus team losses such all League season before some lead-to-head encounters that could decide the Eastern Con- ference title. The Als were idle during the holiday weekend while Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger- }ats posted victories to move nto a three-way tie with Mont- real for the EFC lead. But Wednesday night's con- est is the Als' game in hand over both the Argos and Treats and a victory would give Mont- real the edge going into the final three games. The Ticats defeated Ottawa Rough Riders 24-17 on a radn- soaked field in Hamilton Mon- day to virtually eliminate the liders from, a playoff position. Ottawa is six points behind the eaders with three games re- maining. The Argos moved up with a 50-7 trouncing of the" Lions in Toronto Saturday night. RAIN CAUSED FUMBLES The rain in Hamilton Monday contributed to a rash of fumbles )y both teams. Altogether, Ot- awa tost four of their six fum- iles and Hamilton both of their two. Three of the fumble recover- ies and two interceptions by Hamilton set up all three of the Ticats' touchdowns, a field goal and a single. The two fumbles recovered by Ottawa put them in position for one touchdown and a field goal. Halfback Ed Buchanan scored ;wo Ticat touchdowns, one on a ,wo-yard plunge and the other on a 15-yard pass from quarter- jack Wally Gabler who played tis first complete game for Hamilton after moving from Winnipeg Blue Bombers two weeks ago. Halfback Dave Fleming got the other touchdown on a 13- yard run and Tommy Joe Cof- tey contributed two converts and a 28-yard field goal. Punter Paul McKay provided a single. Hugh Oldham's catch of a 56- yard Gary Wood pass for a touchdown converted by Ivan McMillan provided Ottawa with a 7-6 lead at the end of the first quarter, the only time they were ahead in the game. Halfback Gene Wren got .the other Riders touchdown on a one-yard plunge in the final quarter and McMillan kicked a 35-yard field goal and added a single on another attempt thai wont wide. LIONS SCORE EAIlliY In Toronto Saturday, a one- yard phmge across the goal-line by quarterback Paul Brothers and a convert by Ted Gcrela early in the first quarter was al' the Argo defence would allow. Halfbacks Dave Raiincy, with a three-yard run, and Bill Sy- mons, with a 75-yard romp aftei o short pass from Torn Wilkin- son, scored touchdowns and Don Jonas kicked a 42-yard field joal for a 17-7 Argo lead at the lalf before a sell-out crowd of Wilkinson dumped scoring lasses to end Tony Moro and lanker Tom Bland before turn- Rams And Lions Upset In Pro Football Play ing over quarterback chores to Jonas who hit. end Mel Profit and Bland for another two touchdowns. Jonas kicked another field goal from 19 yards, converted all touchdowns, and added a single on a wide field goal at- tempt. Punter Dave Mann also added a angle. Flanker Jim Thorpe sufferec a knee injury on the last play o the halt and spent the weeken in hospital. There was no defi ndte word on how long he ma; be sidelined. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco '49ers shut the Golden Gates on Los Angeles and thrashed the unbeaten Rams 20-6 Sunday while Sonny Jurgensen's arm suddenly came alive with three touchdown Ditches that gave Washington Redskins a 31-10 stunner over lie favored Detroit Liions in the National Football League Sun- day. ;This was one of the worst games the Rants have played in five said Los Angeles coach Geo rge Allen, whose team couldn't score a touch- down. "We made too many mis- takes. There were too many times when we'd get something going only to have something fumble, or a penalty, or something like that." 'We were throwing a little quicker said Jurgensen, understating h i s revitalized passing prowess. The two upsets, plus Oakland Raiders' 33-23 victory over Den- ver Broncos Sunday, banded the last of the unbeatens their first losses of the year. Pittsburgh Steelers arid New York Giants won their first games. Pittsburgh downed Buf- falo Bills 23-10 for the Steelers' first victory in 16 games and New York spanked Philadelphia Eagles 30-23. Elsewhere, Kansas City Chiefs ambushed Boston Pa- triots H-10; Cleveland Browns turned back Cincinnati Bengals 30-27; St. Louis Cardinals whipped New Orleans Saints 24-17; Dallas clubbed Atlanta Falcons 13-0; Minnesota Vikings blasted Chicago Bears 24-0 and Baltimore Colts spilled Houston Oilers 24-20. Miami Dolphins upset New York Jets 20-6 in a game Satur- day night. in a game Monday niglil, Dale Livingston's M-yard field goal late in Ilie fourth quarter brought Green Bay Packers a 22-20 victory over San Diego Chargers. It was the Packers third straight win after losing their opener to Detroit. Green Bay defensive back Willie Wood intercepted a Marty Domrcs pass laic in (lie final quarter to set up the. Livingston field goal. San Francisco's bullish de- fenders gave Los Angeles quart- erback Roman Gabriel a trou- 1 e s o m e afternoon dumping lim three times. T didn't have much Brae to said Gabriel, a usually reliable quick gun under fire. "But let's face it Brodie (John) was completinghis passes and11 wasn't." Gabriel referred to the San Francisco quarterback, who drove Los Angeles dizzy in the 106-degree heat by running for one score and passing for an- other. Brodie, the NFL's top jasser, completed 13 of 20 for 193 yards. Quarterback Bill Nelsen re- turned to the lineup following an injury and led Cleveland to a fourth-quarter over :he fired-un Bengals, a big un- derdog. Jim Hart's 49-yard touchdown pass to Jackie Smith with left lifted St. Louis over New Orleans. It climaxed1 a wild fourth quarter during which the Saints fought back for a tie be- fore the Hart scoring shot. Mike Clark kicked two field goals in a torrential downpour and Craig Morton got back into action with a 12-yard touchdown pass to Lance Rentzel for Dal- las Cowboys. Alan Page, a 285-pound defen- sive tiger, ran 65 yards with a recovered fumble for one score and Gary Cuozzo burned Chi. cago with! a 17-for-31 passing day in the Viking victory, which proved costly for Chicago. The Bears' running ace, Gale Say ers, suffered leg injuries an may be lost for the season. Baltimore Colts lost a 10-poin lead then came back on a 3 yard touchdown pass by veterar Johnny Unitas with 46 second .eft in the victory over Hous- ton's hard-hitting Oilers. It was quite an upset conside ing the Lions came into the con lest unbeaten in three games with! the league's top rushin and defensive marks. We were just b e a t e said Detroit quarte back Bill Munson. Daryle Lamonica threw four touchdown t Warren Oaklar punctured Denver's early-se, son glory dreams. The Bronco an NFL doormat for year were off to their best start wil a 3-0 record before Sunday setback. The Raiders, a powerhouse 1969 off to a disappointing sta won their first game of the 19 season with a rapid-fire offen that piled up 519 offensl yards. Gene Mingo rifled a 49-yar field goal that broke a third quarter tie and Preston Pears scored from the two In t fourth! quarter to give Pit burgh its first regular seas victory since the.opening gan of 1969 with Detroit. ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER For FEEWOT CORRAIS, BARNS, GARAGES, ETC. Also FIRST CUT SLABS LOWER GRADE PLANKS TREATED, POSTS BALED WOOD SHAVINGS In Fact MOST OF YOUR LUMBER NEEDS Johnson Bros. Sawmill Ltd. On Highway No. 3, Cowley Phone 628-3818 Ask for GORDON JOHNSON or IAVERNE PRESTON SIMMS IS ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ORLD SBRteS NOAY'S CAME Itimore .MO 10 2 nclltMtl HI 001 OM- S 7 fl Cuellar, Phoebus (3) Drabowsky (S) pez (7) Hall (7) and Hendrlcks; Mc- othlln, Wllcox (5) Carroll (5) Gullet! and Bench. HRs: B a I-Powell Bench. ATURDAY'S OAMB HO 210 472 nclnnatl 102 000- Palmer, (9) and Hendricks; Carroll (7) and Bench. HRs: Hendrlcks, B. Robinson, OCKEY STANDINGS ATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A P 1 0 0 7 3 2 Hamllli oston onrreal ulfalo etrolr ancouver ew York 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 West Division Louis ilcago os Angeles hlladelphla Itsbursh Innesota akland LBERTA FA P 2 Binary......4 0 0 25 16 _ ed Deer.....3 0 1 22 10 7 ithbrldga 3 1 1 40 is 7 dm. Leafs 1 2 1 20 26 3 dm. Movers 0 5 1 17 48 1 onoka....... 0 3 0 I 13 0 OCKEY SCORES ONDAY National Louis 4 Vancouver 1 Ontario Junior tterborough 8 London 2 oronto 2 Oshawa 2 Southern Ontario Junior etrolt 11 Guelph 1 Western Canada atgary 3 Winnipeg 2 A Iberia Junior ed Deer 12 Edmonton Movers 3 British Columbia Junior entlcton J Victoria 2 UNDAY National ontreal X Philadelphia 1 ancouver 5 Toronto 1 oston 7 Detroit 3 hlcago 5 Oakland 1 Amirlcan altlmort 3 Providence 1 ochester 4 Montreal 3 wntern orfland S Salt Lake 3 Western International eison 5 Trail 3 Ontario senior ikvllle 6 Belleville 1 4 Woodstock 3 Alberta Senior 3rumhcller Edmonton 2 Ontario Junior 'eterborough 4 London 3 ttawa 6 Niagara Falls 0 t. Catharines 7 Hamilton oronto 4 Kitchener 4 Manitoba Junior 3auphtn 5 Klldonan 3 Western Canada algary -4 Saskatoon 1 Estevan S Brandon 7 wltt River 8 Flln Flon 1 9 Winnipeg 5 Alberta Junior Edmonton Maple Leafs 3 Lethbrldge 5 B.C. Junior 'Ictorla 3 Vernon 2 Vancouver 6 Kamloops 2 ATURDAY National t. Louis 3 'New York 1 Detroit 5 Oakland 3 5uffalo 2 Pittsburgh 1 'hiladelphla 2 Minnesota 1 American leveland 4 Montreal 3 Rochester 3 Hcrshey. 1 prlngfleld 3 Quebec 2 Western Ian Diego 5 Denver 4 Seattle 4 Salt Lake 1 Ontario senior Orlllla 5 Gait 3 Western International ipokane 8 Klmberlcy 1 Ontario Junior Montreal 4 Oshawa 3 Western Canada Estevan 3 Flln Flon o Alberta Junior 8 Edmonton Movers 2 Calgary fi Ponoka 3 B.C. Junior Victoria 7 Kelowna 1 Kamloops 6 Chllllwack 4 :ANADIAN FOOTBALL MONDAY Calgary 13 Edmonton 16 Ottawa 17 Hamilton 24 SUNDAY Bramalea 14 St. Catharines 12 London 32 Michigan 7 Ottawa 27 Kitch-Guelph ft SATURDAY Toronto SO B.C. 7 Bluenose Conference New Brunswick IS Xavier 7 Dalhousls 41 Mount Allison 10 St. Mary's 46 Prince Edward island 2 Ontario-Quebec Queen's M McGill 11 Western 31 McMaster f Western Canada College Calgary 20 Edmonton 10 UBC Saskatchewan 8 FL STANDINGS Western Conference W L T f A Pti askatchewan 11 2 0 231 169 22 alaarv 7 6 0239 182 14 dmonton ......7 6 0 237 225 U rltlsh Columbia S 7 0 248 293 10 Winnipeg..... 2 10 0 149 279 4 Eastern conference W L T. F A J ......6 4 0 175190 12 Hamilton 6 5 0 278 243 12 6 5 0 251 331 12 ItSwa....... 3 I 0195214 NATIONAL LEAGUB American Conference East Division W L T F A Pet Miami.......3 1 0 74 M .750 Baltimore 3 1 0 78 84 .750 NY Jets..... 1 3 0 89 106 .250 .oston.......1 3 0 64 M .250 Buffalo 1 3 0 54 98 .250 Central Division Cleveland 3 1 0 101 W .750 Houston ......2 2 0 69 M .500 Cincinnati 1 3 0 75109 .250 'Hlsburgh 1 3 0 50 40 .250 West Division Denver 3 1 0 71 City.......2 2 o 90 87 .500 Oakland ......1 2 1 96101 .333 an Diego 0 3 1 71 102 .OM National Conference Cast Division W C T F A Dallas.......3 1 0 65 37 J5A St. Louis.....3 1 0 84 75 .750 Washington 2 0 0 108 85 .500 NY Giants 1 3 0 67 100 .000 central Division Detroit 3 1 48 .7N Minnesota 3 1 0 87 23 .750 Green Bay 3 1 0 42 94 .759 Chicago ......2 1 0 S3 84 .500 wist Division san Francisco ..3 l o 10 73 .730 Los Angeles 3 1 0 96 43 .750 Atlanta ......2 2 0 59 63 .500 New Orleans .1 3 0 34 74 .350 OLLEGE FOOTBALL East Boston Univ 13 Massachusetts Itt Colgate 21 Holy Cross 13 Columbia 28 Harvard 21 Cornell 32 Pennsylvania 31 Dartmouth 36 Princeton o State 28 Boston College 1 'Ittsburgh 10 Navy 8 jyracuse 23 Maryland 7 Temple 41 Connecticut 21 Vlllanova 17 Buffalo 7 Yale 28 Brown 0 South Alabama 35 Vanderbllt 11 Auburn 44 Clemson 0 Citadel 16 William and Mary 7 Duke 21 West Virginia 13 Florida 38 Florida State 27 Mississippi 31 Georgia 21 Louisville 14 Tulsa a South Carolina 3 North Carolina 31 Tennessee 17 Georgia Tech e Utah State 3 Kentucky 6 Virginia 49 Virginia Military ID Wake Forest 28 Virginia Tech 7 Midwest Bowling Green 20 Toledo Clnclnnall 42 Xavier 0 owa 24 Wisconsin 14 Kansas 21 Kansas St Univ 15 Kent State 2 West Michigan 21 Michigan 27 Purdue 0 Minnesota 23 Indiana 0 Hebrasks 21 Missouri 7 'Northwestern 48 Illinois 0 Dame 51 Army 10 Ohio 17 Dayton 14 Ohio State 29 Michigan State 0 Oklahoma State 34 Texas Christian 29 Southwest Arkansas 41 Baylor 7 Texas 41, Oklahoma 9 Texas Tech 21 Texas A and M 7 Far Wait Air Force 24 Tulane 3 Arizona 24 Brigham Young 17 Arizona State 37 Washington St 30 California 31 Washington 28 Colorado Iowa state 10 Montana 44 Idaho 26 Oregon 41 UCLA 4 Stanford 24 Southern Cal 14 SOCCER STANDINGS ENGLISH LEAGUE Division t W T L F A PIS Leeds .........8 3 1 18 7 19 Man City...... 4 1 U 7 16 Tottenham .....6 4 2 17 8 IS Arsenal ........6 4 2 23 13 U Crystal P 6 3 312 9 15 Division II Leicester...... 7 2 2 19 9 li Oxford ........6 4 1 16 9 16 Hull..........7 2 2 14 8 16 Luton......... 3 2 21 7 .5 Cardiff........S 4 2 15 10 14 Division III Fulham 831 -23 8 1? Bristol R 651 24 12 17 Aston 5 1 19 13 17 Torquay.......7 2 2 18 8 16 Preston...... 7 2 3 19 14 16 Division IV Chester........9 1 2 23 1 Bournemouth 9 1 2 20 91 Notts C........7 3 3 21 11 1 Northampton 7 2 3 14 9 1 Southport 724 U 11 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division 1 Celtic 0 1 15 11 Rangers.......s I 1 13 31 St. A 1 1 13 51 Aberdeen ......4 2 113 61 Airdrieonians 4 2 1 14 91 Division II East Fife ......6 3 1 22 91 Albion........0 4 1 22 13 1 Arbroalh...... 532 2J 15 1 Partkk....... 4 3 1 31 Alloa ..........0 1 3 19 13 11 ClYdebanK..... 0 1 3 15 12 11 The "BOSS" (TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER) Best of the New Breed of High Traction Winter Tirel. Kelly-Springfield'i finest flloj belted Polyester Cord Tire with tap winter troction ond for mora mileoga than our best continental winter tire. ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE lia lit South Phone 3J7-6886 or 3M-4445 ;