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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Mondny, Oclobtr 19, THI UTHBRIDCE HEXALD 7 Lions Still Have Quince Of Ousting Stamps Roughriders And Eskimos Record Wins By THE CANADIAN PRESS Saskatchewan Roughriders extended their first-place lead in the Western Football Confer- ence and Edmonton Eskimos assured themselves of a playoff spot during the weekend but the action kept the idle British Col- umbia Lions alive in the playoff race. In Winnipeg Saturday, Ed- monton won their sixth consecu- tive game, defeating the eellar- dwelling Blue Bombers 20-17 while Saskatchewan took advan- tage of Calgary Stampeders' penalties Sunday to win 21-14 in Calgary. Saskatchewan is assured of a first-place finish with 24 points. The Eskimos moved two points ahead of Calgary with 16 points to give themselves Uft inside track for second place. The Calgary loss gave B.C. a mathematical chance of making the playoffs, based on the Lions winning all three of their re- maining games and Calgary los- ing both their remaining con- tests. Quarterback Don Trull piloted Edmonton as Terry Swam and defensive halfback Joe Hernan- dez scored touchdowns and Dave Cutler added two field goals and two converts. Cutlers eight points put him in a two- way tie for second place in the WFC scoring race with B.C.'s Ted Gerela. Both have 99 points. Winnipeg coach Jim Spavital alternated quarterbacks Benji Home Park Advantage To Alouettes Traffic Jam In East Conference By THE CANADIAN PRESS It's a three-way log jam atop the Eastern Football Conference after weekend action and with two games to go, the team ex- perts picked in pre-season polls to trail the four-team circuit is in the driver's seat. Montreal Alouettes dropped a 16-13 decision to Toronto Argo- nauts Sunday to create the three-way deadlock with Hamil- ton Tiger-Cats, but the Als have their final two gfjnes at home where they've won all five starts this year. Toronto and Hamilton each play one of their last two games on the road. The Ticats moved into the top rung Saturday with a hard-earned 22-15 victory in Ottawa where the Rough Riders made things intecesting after a near-total- collapse in the first half. v At Toronto, Don the Argos' quarterback and place- kicking specialist, collected 13 points on a touchdown, two field goals and a convert. His touchdown came after he replaced starting pivot Tom Wilkinson early in the final quarter. The former Continental League star ran for .10 yards, Stampeders' John Helton Sidelined CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampeders, still seeking a berth in the Western Football Conference playoffs, lost de- fensive tackle John Helton for about two weeks following an injury Sunday in a game against Saskatchewan Rough- riders. Helton, who suffered strained knee ligaments in the second half, joins quarterback Jerry Keeling on the injured list. Keeling, expected to be out for the remainder of the season, is reported to have cracked ribs and a bruised kidney. Veteran Granville Liggins likely will be taken off the in- jured reserved.list and play in Helton's position Sunday when the Stampeders play host to British Columbia Lions. Lig- has been sidelined with a groin injury. Leafs Edge Dynamiters KIMBERLEY (CP) Jim McRae's two goals paced Nel- Eon Maple Leafs to a narrow 5-4 victory over Kimberley Dynamiters Saturday night in a Western International Hockey League contest before fans. The Maple Leafs also got goals from Teny Jones, Ed Skyhar and Dan Jones. Scoring for Kimberley were Don White, Ken Connors, Dick Vincent and Len Robbins. The score was tied 1-1 at the end of the first period, but Nel- son took over 3-1 in the second and led the rest of the way. More Sport On Page 8 connected on a 69-yard pass to flanker Billy Gambrell to the Montreal three, then spun off tackle for the clinching points. Punter Dave Mann kicked a single and the Toronto defensive unit was responsible for the other two points, nailing Mont- real' quarterback Tony Passan- der in his own end zone. Dennis Duncan, on an 85-yard run, and Moses Denson were the Montreal scorers. George Springate added a convert. While the Argo, offence stalled, their defence remained strong and prevented Mont- real's complete recovery with three interceptions of Wade passes and recovered a fumble on a punt return by Bob Storey. Hamilton coach Joe Restic ap- peared more concerned about his club's injuries than a rever- sal of form on the field that nearly cost them the game. The jeers of fans, boost- ing the 'Riders' season i attend- ance to ahead of last year's championship figure, turned to cheers as Ottawa fought from a 20-1 halftime defi- cit. Key play of the game came in first quarter when Hamilton's Garney Henley, playing both ways, took a pitchout from quarterback Wally G-abler near the Ottawa goal line. .Several Rough Rider ladders prevented I knee injury. him turning the comer and Hen- ley was forced to reverse his field. With the defence concentrated on the fleet Hamilton two Hamilton players were left un- guarded in the Ottawa end zone and Henley passed to halfback Dave Fleming for the score. The touchdown was the second of three for Fleming. Hamilton's Tommy Joe Coffey was restricted to four points on three singles off wide field goal efforts and a convert. Restic's concern after the game was defensive end Billy Ray Locklin who was wracked up early in the game with a ANDY CAPP IT'S 'ER ANW. I'VE TRIEO EVERYTHINVEAVEN KNOWS -ALL THE CURE'S KNOWN 7' MOOERN MAN, 3 'ELPFUL.A6VICE, WN6NESS.., Y1 LOOKIN'AU BIT ROUGH, CHALKlEr-7 SLEEP A, WINK DOES FLORRIE VUP Dial, who started, and Ron Johnson. Both connected with touchdown passes to Rick Shaw. Gene Lakusiak converted one of Ihe touchdowns with Winnipeg's other points coining on two safety touches. The clubs were close statisti- cally with Winnipeg getting 13 first downs compared with nine for Edmonton. Winnipeg bid a 292-yard total offence while Es- kimos gained 251. Each club had two passes in-' terccpted and each fumbled twice. Edmonton recovered one of theirs but, Winnipeg lost both. Saskatchewan's win was its fifth straight as quarterback Ron Lancaster, who took relief from rookie Gary Lane, scored a touchdown on a three-yard run and passed for four yards to Dave Denny for another six points. Jack Abendschan, the scoring leader, kicked two field goals, two converts and a single to boost his points-total to 103. Stampeders, with rookie quarterback Larry Lawrence going all the way for the second straight game, got their only touchdown in the first quarter when Uriel Johnson took a side- line pass and romped for 49 yards. Larry Robinson got a goal, a convert and a single. Dave Cranmer also kicked a single for Calgary and the other points came on a safety touch late in the third quarter. Robinson's field goal gave him a career total of tie with Don Sutherin, formerly of Toronto, Ottawa and Hamilton, for the Canadian Football League record. Robinson also is one convert short of Sutherin's CFL record of 270. The Stampeders were hurt by penalties, a total of 101 on four infractions. One of them, for pass interference, enabled Sas- katchewan to .pick up six points. Saskatchewan took four penal- ties for 55 yards. Calgary, with 16 first downs to Saskatchewan's 14, had a total offence of 392 yards. PRO BASKETBALL SUNDAY American Indiana 13' Texas 113 Kentucky 121 Carolina 115 Virginia 103 New York 88 Miami 125 Pittsburgh 115 National Boston 133 Portland 115 SATURDAY American Virginia 133 Pittsburgh US Kentucky 109 Denver 103 National Detroit 110 Phoenix 107 Seattle 126 Boston 114 Philadelphia Cincinnati 105 Baltimore 118 Los Angeles 116 San Francisco 128 Cleveland 1U San Diego 102 Buffalo 93 Chicago 99 New York 96 Milwaukee 107 Atlanta 9B DOWN HE GOES Calgary Stampeder fullback Hugh McKinnis is brought down by two Saskatchewan Roughriders during Sunday's Western Conference game in Cal- gary. Despite McKinnis' efforts in picking up 99 yards for a WFC leading 981 yardi, the Cowboys bowed 21-14. Short Sport Of All Sort RAMS ADVANCE REGINA (CP) Regina Rams, down race points to Win- nipeg Hawkeyes after the first game of a two-game total-point Manitoba Saskatchewan Jun- ior Football League playoff, overcame the deficit. Saturday to win the series 47-46. Winnipeg -took the first game 30-21, but Regina came back 26-16 for the series win and a berth in the Western Canada semi-fmals against Vancouver Meralomas at Vancouver Sat- urday. SHARE CROWN CALGARY (CP) The Uni- versities of British Columbia and Calgary jointly won the Western Canada intercollegiate women's field hockey champi- onship Saturday with five wins and one tie each. Calgary blanked Brandon University 10-0 and beat the University of Manitoba 3-0 Sat- urday, while UBC shut out the University of Alberta 4-0 and edged University of Victoria 1-0. CELTICS CLICK PORTLAND (AP) Boston Celtics, with John Havlicek scoring 37 points, outclassed the Portland Trail Blazers 133- 115 Sunday night for tteir first victory of the season in a Na- tional Basketball Association game. STAMPS WIN CALGARY (CP) -A goal by Jim Kryway with four minutes left to play gave Calgary Stam- peders of the Alberta Hockey League a 6-5 win over Regina Caps of the Saskatchewan Se- nior League Saturday night be- fore spectators.. MISS STAMPEDER CALGARY (CP) Sund- berg, an 18-year-old law firm secretary, was selected Miss Stampeder Sunday during a football game between Calgary Stampeders and Saskatchewan Roughriders. Miss Sundberg, a cheerleader for the.Stampeders, takes over from Cathy Savage, last year's princess. SERVICES TUESDAY REGINA (CP) Funeral services will be held Tuesday for Peter Gottselig, a well- known bowler in Western Can- ada and brother of former Na- tional Hockey League player Johnny Gottselig. FORCE FINAL GAME EDMONTON (CP) An Ed- monton Huskies 18-17 defeat over the Calgary Mohawks forces a third and deciding game in the Alberta Junior Football League final. That game will be played in Calgary next Sunday. Calgary held a 7-4 lead but were behind 1-0 at the end of the first quarter. They extended their lead to 14-12 at the end of the third quarter. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM Abdullah vi Ursui Siki vs Pacchiano Girl Midgets! Boy Midgett! 8 GREAT BOUTS! Football Roundup Western Conferenct Sask. Edmonton Calgary B.C..... Winnipeg W L T F A P 12 2 0 302 183 24 8 6 0 257 242 16 253 2D3 14 275 321 10 299 4 7 7 5 8 2 11 Eastern Conf Montreal 7 Toronto 7 Hamilton 7 Ottawa 3 EFC LEADERS Coffey, H....... Jonas, T........ MacMlllan, 0 Oldham, 0...... Fleming, H Duncan, M...... Symons, T...... Evanshen. M Thorpe, T'....... Buchanan, H Smith, M........ Bland, T........ Springatd....... WFC LEADERS ren 216 223 14 303 246 14 0 247 254 14 0 210 248 4 C FG S P1 25 12 7 92 31 13 4 86 21 12 8 45 0 0 0 iO 0 0 0 54 0 0 1 49 0 0 0 48 0 0 0 42 0 0 0 36 0 0 0 3S 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 30 Abendschan, 5 Gerela, BC Culler, E Robinson, C Evenson, BC Harrison, C Houmard, W Swarn, E Young, BC TD C FG S Pts 0 30 22 7 103 0 29 20 11 99 0 25 21 11 99 0 23 11 8 0 0 fiO 0 0 60 0 0 48 7 0 0 0 42 SASKATCHEWAN 21 CALGARY 14 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence...... Passes made-tried Intercepiions-yds Punts avcj. yds Fumbles-lost..... Penaltles-yds HAMILTON 22 OTTAWA First downs..... Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence Passes made-tried Interceptions Punts-averags Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Sask. 14 Cat. 1( 152 560 39! 19-32 0-0 Ham. 19 11V 375 m -25 1 2 0-0 2-2 t-OS 12-40 0-0 7 EDMONTON 20 WINNIPEG 17 Edm First downs 9 Yards rushing 93 Yards passing 158 Net olfence........ 251 Passes made-tried 10-2S Inlercepllons Punts-average Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards TORONTO 1( MONTREAL 13 MTL Firs) downs 15 Yards rushing 190 Yards passing 131 Net offence......... 308 Passes made-tried Interceptions 3 Punls-Avg. yds 10-33 Fumhles-lost Penalties yds....... Nijinsky Defeated NEWMARKET England (P) Nijinsky, whose reputa- tion as a wonder horse was tar- nished two weeks ago in the Prix de L'Arc de Triomphe bowed out of racing Saturday with still another defeat, losing to longshot Lorenzaccio in the Champion Stakes. After the race owner Charles W. 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