Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
12-THE LETHBRIOOE HERALD Tuaaday, October 29, 1974 ANDY CAPP THEVCAMEAN-TDOK THEIR VAN THEY'VE LEFT THE 'OUSE BARE EXCEPT TMg CURTAINS TWSYSAiD TMSY WERE WOW THE PlNfcNCS COMRANV BUT I WASTDO UPSET TO FOR THEIR I'LL GET DOVWNTDTHE OFFICE CHECK SEND SACK F' THE CURTAINS I West out-played East McAdam gets three in interlocking games in broomball action TORONTO (CP) The power has swung to the West for the first time in seven years in the annual tabulation of interlocking Canadian Foot- ball League games played this season. The CFL said Monday that Western Football Conference clubs posted 11 wins in inter- locking play with their Eastern rivals in 1974 while losing eight and tying one. They won only six games last year. Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Calgary Stampeders, who both have been eliminated from the playoff rounds, led the WFC domination by each winning three of four games with the Eastern Conference. The three teams that made the playoff Eskimos, Saskatchewan Roughriders and British Columbia for five wins and six losses and a tie. ______ And for the first time since interlocking play Saskatchewan had a losing campaign against Eastern clubs with a 1-3 season, avoiding a sweep with a 17-2 victory Sunday over Montreal Alouettes. Western clubs have won the interlocking contests in only four of those 14 years. ARGOS MAIN VICTIMS Toronto Argonauts were the principal victims of the WFC, losing 18-13 to Winnipeg on the last play; yielding two touch- downs in the last eight minutes in a 26-24 setback to B. C., and blowing an 11-0 lead while dropping a 21-18 game to Calgary. Ottawa Rough Riders; the defending national cham- pions, were the only Eastern Conference club to show a profit in interlocking play this season, 3-2. LOBLAWS-FLYER-CORRECTION BABY BEEF MEAT PRODUCTS Listed as'Canada Grade'A'' should read GOVERNMENT INSPECTED WE APOLOGIZE FOR THIS ERROR Six games were run off Sun- day in the Lethbridge and District Broomball Association. J-L Roofing, lead by the shutout goal tending of Gary Holberton, blanked the Lethbridge Correctional In- stitute Bill Howes, Butch Lee, Den- nis Boguski and Duayne McKnight accounted for J-L's four goals. Roger McAdam banged home three goals, leading Lethbridge Hotel to a 6-2 win over Southern Signs. Max Whiteford had two goals for the hotel team and Angelo Mauro added a singleton, Don Corey, and Ben Schmold scored for Southern Signs Miner's Library got two goals from Jake Fehr and one from Bob Blair and earned a hard fought 3-1 decision over the Eagles. Willy Brees potted the lone Eagles' marker. the Knight Clubbers scored only one goal, off the broom of Irwin Wyrostok, but it was enough to defeat the City Hall 'Gangsters; 1-0; Don Lewis recorded the shutout. Herman's Upholstery battl- ed to a scoreless tie with Shaughnessy in an exciting contest which saw Vic Willms and Frank Kocsinko both chalk up shutouts. Ace Building and the -Jaycees fought a 1-1 deadlock. Roger Rombough scored for; the Ace Building squad while Bill Ressler netted the lone Jaycees marker. Following are the league standings and the leading goal scorers: BROOMBALL STANDINGS W T L J-L 004 Lethbridge Hotel.......2 0 0 4 Herman's 1 03- Minec's Library 1 103 Shaugynessy ..'........0 20 2 Eagles................1 01 2 L.C. institute........---1 0 1 2 Knight Clubbers.......1 0 1 2 Jaycees........ 1 1 1 Ace.Building........ ;...0 1 1 1 Southern Signs........0 0 2 0 City Hall...............0.0 2 0 LEADING SCORERS Roger McAdam 42 6 Max Whiteford.......... 3 25 Hugo Brees 13 -4 Willy Brees 303 Roger Handley.......... 2 1 3 Eugene Yamada........ 2 13. 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