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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Eskimos see victory disnppwr ul Ednwnlon Bombers Thursday, September 1, 1971 THE IETHBRIDC-E HERAIB 7 ampeders THIS PLAY TURNED THE TIDE Toronb Argonauts' Dove Raimey (14) is about lo make an interceplion for the Argos againsl vEdmonlon Eskimos' George McGowan. The inlerceplion of a Larry Lawrence pas; led Ihe way lo a minulc touchdown for the Argos as they edged the Eskimos 16-15. Three 'strokes back Cowan, Weslock trail By THE CANADIAN while tuo converts and Hill came up with sonir unexpmed solid pounding, as il gave Winnipeg Blue Bombers upset Calgary Stampeders a r k 1 e and Jim Thorpe grabbed one each. The Mampoder.s m a n a g e Hurklcu kicked a single. muscle. more points ih-m il had in ils Tin1 big change in Hie Wnini- H was the third win of tin1 live previous panics combined peg defence, up season for Winnipeg-one more! Disaster struck suddenly night, and coach Jim Spavifal said Ihc 31-15 Canadian un a in ils pu-u'iiK lhan they managed all year i the appeared League triumph was due gallop willi iiu'.veomcrs Al cinii IIL.-IL o. iiuiin, .-.inn JKivi1 Wlujjpi'l lllll'H-' HllL'll Hiev 197IJ. ajJiiui-l 'I'ironlo. pushed aht-ad Ml! en Bib Hou- total involvement intc-i-ccplion. 11 o I) i n s o linebacker Cai 1 O'CurnU'll Ca'yary deli-nee gut a mard's loiielrhnvn at of (he quarter. For Edmonton Eskimos, i! was a case of total collapse in ilic fans u niched in riis-' may Ihe A r p o n a u 1 s sunftly they blew an 11-point. lead in M yards lor a (ouch- last minutes and lost an 9 hy Hi'l Synmns a( terlocking game 16-15 to u BA R 'K "Be ns s ft, Toronto fjiiit-kly pel ihe hall Bf J -'igain when Dave Raimey inlcr- Spavital said Winnipeg's 3 v.VLij j5 Lawrence's pass effort in four years spilled Ihc Edinontan 47-yard line. gary from the ranks of Ihe (CP) Mcihcs Denson. Montreal rosier for Hill. needed three defeated and thrust the lied O'Quinn of star fullback uns injured iMassey, an Aloiiettcs lale cu! to Ihe Bombers into n share of Alouclles a atiainsl ;hc Ti-Cats who also was .snspcr.dcf! earlier Hown. wilii 57 seconds to place in the Western a .scathing week. Iw was placed on the season. The inucldcv.n pass v.enl 12 with British Columbia Lions lialph Sazio, his li.il. ronm i'ai! lur vai'ds ;ind To .Mike Chen, a former Saskatchewan Roughridcrs with the Ilamillnu for more in ilic three clubs are four points behind the Stampeders, who over use oi the Canadian Football's League's i PI Alouelies' J5-JJ win over llaniil The bis Run in lhc Toronto F OOlJcOijIJ rlL Ule Tuesday rmnebark was .Joe their first five games of Ihe list as a means of i.rr-lialf of Ihe Arponanls injured players on ice TIM" p.vieed cambina- In Edmonton, coach Ray Jauch had a plea for fans who may be fed up with the than the prescribed :JO-days of the injury list. O'Quinn said lie was however, ciaini.s that "as losing they now have lost Sazio's charges that in Mel Proiii IcrBS of seven teams were misLijiiiQ an. is inc pur- "Don't gel excited or w. L pose being served hv Jauch said. "You have think it's lime .some- o[ 2 o '77 107 6 er like Aloses Denson Mllmn stick with me for a side of Lfis story is 'l .1 6 V.'innipeo 3 ISP 313 ready !u waitiijj "Theres something said in an 1 1 lift 7 i for lllS ilfl (lays il) llC lie !l miSSJIl from this defeat. We arc some we had backs who can run hard, nothing fancy, but in this league are interested in winning W T? Si) To S5P61 "LCI'S 'l: V''h" Rtc-ti, s c 'r) n n 51 [really pay the freight around (J We have ends who can catcli ball games and doing W C ii 'n o 'II i an.' lliL1 foillS." the ball and a quarterback who can get the ball from point A to point B can (o back up their coaches towards reaching this o 10 6 4 3J When a plnvcr is placed on E 5 1 I I the injury list, he cannul Kimura's are one game A-jcnuicnan, o i. ;p rclurn to action until -lhal '10 from winning the Toronto coach Leo Cahill there are others J Q w games, whichever B u s i n e s s in c n 's he felt ".fortunate" lo get more interested in lirsl. are League line. win, which gave the even lo lhc point ....5i r..; 131 Ihey 'Ihe fanO have ''Vilh rranl; IcrclinR a 5-1 record and kepi Idem won't back their con i i rf, belter ol'f Ihe ol'.-.LT it Kmi'.ira's dumped the first place in the Eastern a few dollars arc a 'i i 12; P.i .Massey ha-.in'l bvcn in HIE Ciiy of Lelhbruigc 10-2 in the and some inlenor run- fii'.M game of a bcit-of-threc se- In Winnipeg, where is a stockholder in T TD6 C o G0 S0PI2i IJCLMI out Ihcre fans watched the feal. for i oi! 7 7 31 slm gg lin g in his Pcpson Ihe winner as first time a much maligned o I i? 3 5 asked. hrslrd Joe Karl while al fence got a major portion 0 fj o it he fair for me lo touched Karl for the credit for the Barrow, general o 3 n o o my eoaeh lo operate thai a double ard a single. John Spavital said the of Toronto Argonauts 3 D 0 0 IB hulh siispee! oilier McKeivia Iwo singles performance was the result former all-Canadian 31 CALGARY is 1 coaches and general manapers as for having time to work on with Sazio ut CAL. Ihe league arc doing oth- Jim Asli hit a two-run home where they were weak Ptongbridcr ,s ruihina ijo lor lire City. received their shore passing 333 t- -f The defence gave quarterback Don Jonas time lo recover from Ihe shock of five pass intercen-tions that helped Calgary from the Hamilton general manager. Toronto earlier suspended injured lineman Ed offence 539 355 j made-lrkd lfi-32 Inicrceplions-yarda 5-76 5-20 Punls avcracie 1- :4 Fumblss-lobi 3-1 33i Pcnaltics-yardi 3-20 5-2fl TORONTO Ifi EDMONTON ALBERTA (OPEN) HORSESHOE CHAMPIONSHIPS ahead 15-6 hi the third quarter. There was no slopping failing to accompany lhc club on a western EDM Rrst ;3 SEPT. 6fh at 10 a.m. once he had regained his composure. He threiv four Dennis Duncan received Ihc samr Ireslmrnl passing ;c7 Net offence BATTLE PARK LETKBRIDGE down passes, and kicked to have proper madc-lricd 23-33 U-JB inlcrccpiions-yaras i-O AND SINGLE CHAMPIONSHIPS converts, a single and a for his B STARTS AT P.M. goal. Boh LaRosc caught WILMINGTON. Del. (API The 23-year-ohl held a Martin West III and George Lwo-slrokc lead over Ihe Hnines conic from dirferenl worlds but llicy chased the same prize 71sl an- nual National Amateur Golf Championship. yoar-okl Haines as Ihey started tlie second day of Ihe four-day, 72-holc lournaincm West shal a fir.sl-i'ound. four-under-par Ii7 I and Ilaines a ffl over tlic The onlry Cor (.he IB W. H Brcv.'., 0. Southern Albert a go] f 0. H. Keller, J Smicn W. Sin- ment sel, for Henderson Lake this weekend is O. Bulls H. Herning, W. Tobo, J. Os-hjro, K. McCulchcon. According to club -12 P Rccclyk, B. 5 Slfivjr.li, C. CouK sional Earl there is D. Giltcspie, R. WiEhncvski. wailing list us (he 160 entry Lane, S Takcyasu. W. Quinn, 1. L. BOUF.T; been I. Dzurcn. 06 A Mnkal'c, J- Gcchol, J. Bod Play gets under way Ii. Boullon. day morning at and R. T. Coddintjlon, M Duda. B Bell. tinues through until J. Tennanl, J. Thr.rlacius, 1. with champions (rcidcd in Y. A Oihiro, B. McMurchy, i flights. A Iior.sc race- highlight Monday's ac ion. The B. Galvin R. Wooliscroll, G. Rcbar, G. Srrntinin, H Durqess. will commence1 at R. Coroukcs, 1. Flaa, w Run, Hcirold Pasechnik, of G Galvin, D Dcpuc, V.' Fiur- 1970 Alberta amateur B Maqralh. W-m 1 nnirnn H. Wilrm. 1. Rir. will IIP on hand for lhc three- day event ;is will Edmonton's Pau' J- Hob nrii.'lbum aiK Laurie C. Keller, D. Aoccn, D. Smiin, along with Mike Xichy, also YdllOD. T-. BduclinrJ, F, Bt-dl, J. G. Stluunilcffci. 2-'. T VUilkc-ni, B. licndcrrion, B. Henderson Lake club J. bcamfln. pion Lloyd Kancwischcr A. Rowntroc, E .V.ekoich, V. Herald district chninp K Fhsnrhirr. J. Stroh will lead the Lelhbridgc N contingent in the 54-holc event. copciano. B. KinniDurfih U, H. R. Reckrr. G. 7M4 T. BaliK-.in. j. J. Lncrv- L fl. I'ljiri, K Scnmsn, D. Cflv- _ Crs. D. 1 i B. R. Firhtjr, C. Vine-, f. XI. R. Nvhol, B. J- Kancwishor, G. riominq, 5. Roadhr.i'sc 1 (Cl'i -Van- 1-, Scoll, A Mirrrcll, T. Nats, fined fur mrl, L. nrnyton. 8; 31 L. M 7iciiy, before they plnycul PaM'ilinik, f.. bin prune in the Weslcni 11. nmtllm.n. M. G Mild nllrin, 0, Lenpuo, said J. wnnoLr.v, u. covprb, R. day Miry are free lo ncgnii- R r-orii'si A ntc> "u' Payers ipnsm, c- L.mn'o. in (he i H rhn''lic'[ Kl11' The club Hie H. F. II o c k r v r-i n n ir) R lon R'vcn "loni nnjiir.nl D. uruijvi o ncgtilialc (lie tiivr 9. ID U .1. nil members of Ihu Hrd 1. r.oiillon, K. r.VDonnld, AlUi., Hiisllcrs, Cfinailian K, ,ii. 1 Curfio. N'. Onnrrycliiik, 0. Hcdhcli, I.. K..II -n.r, il KpPl.m. 1 C. l-r n -i. i; Itiinhl 1 A hockoy chiuupinns. The 1 In-en players nrr Tom IJndskofT i Nats' cuat'h Alt Cadniiin I ho.ison in Red Drer, yard, par-71 Wilmington Coun- ti-y Club course. Wednesday. West is the son of an affluent District of Columbia family, Haincs is a mathematics teacher at a small town Quaker school in Penns> Ivania. Both are slnrllcd by their positions in this (op amateur tournament. "I'm a little surprised, a little liapny and a little "1 fed like a boxer pushed j oul of his corner by liis man- ager when Ilic bell rings, who doesn't wake up until he's been hit a cuuple of said Behind the stunned- leaders'. comes a potent, group of dead-locked at onc-undcr-par 70.1 CANADIAN'S NEAR TOP They are four-time Canadian amateur champion Nick Wcs- lock of Burlington, Ont.; Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Ont., who won this tournament in 1966; Eddy Fearce of Temple Ter- race. Kla.: Billy Hyndman- of Philadelphia and Boh Boyle from the University of South Carolina. Ilaines comes frqm Foi' Hills, and in I9fitl won the New Jersey slate amateur clia'mpfoh- ship. lie lied for ninth .in the Ca- nadian amalcur this year. Last year, bis firsl try. at.the U.S. amateur, be shot a 290 to tic for Kith plate. West, a .Graduate of the Uni- versity of North Carolina, where this past ?eEison he won Lhc At- lantic Coasl Conference golf championship, also tried this lournaiiR'nl for the first time in Mr missed Ihc cut by one stroke of Ihc favorites had their problems in the opening iM'ir.d. ,hm Simons of Butler, I'a.. finished third to Lcc 'I IT vino and Jack Nicklaus in Ilic U.S. Open last Tom Kite Jr., rminerup last year lo Lanny Watlkins who re- ciMilly turned pro, carded 71; Bon Crt'wushaw. the NCAA i-lianipioii from the University of Texas, posted and Marvin iVinin i (iilrs. threo limes a Na- lionai ain.iirni' nmncnip shot CHAMPION DU QUOIN, 111. fAP) SiH'i'dy idle since Arg. 11. slitruu'd two successive mir-milr1 it inrirs lo luiT !hi' llumblclonian classic for Ihrc.c-ycar-uld I rol- Wednesday, you get our NO-GIMMICK GUARANTEE! Our guflranlee is different. It protects you, Not There's no lime limn. No mileage limit. No Uuja' .sue gobljludcygook. We go all the way la keep you hnppy. Fr-r iinsRruiccshlc lircG are replaced itco within ihe TTSI 20 "i of irnad hie if a iliifucl in workmanship or rnaionals Ask ICH -Uic (net? about iliis timannc] guoranlcr. Il covets now passenger lire1 m the Firesto No mallei how little you pay. WVLOM