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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Monday, II, WJ THE LETHMIDGE HERALD _ Argos fall to sixth setback in cast Eskimo fans happy, Jauch cautious EDMONTON (CP) The 921 fans jammed into Clarke Stadium were chanting "We're No. 1" as Edmonton Eskimos left the field after a 27-20 vic- tory over Calgary Stampeders Sunday. Bnt in the Edmonton dressing room, where coach Eay Jauch might be expected to be cele- brating the win that gave the Eskimos first place in the Western Football Conference, it was a different story. "We're not No. said Jauch despite his team's B-l record. "We're loo young and I list of veteran Edmonton play- ers sidelined with injuries who haven't been together as a team long enough but we may eventually. "We have the material, but we're not able to field the best club because of injuries." He was referring to a long were joined by middle line- backer Jerry Griffin early in Sunday's game. Griffin, who called the team's defensive plays, hobbled around tho dressing room his leg aped from ankle to thigh t was not known how long ha would be out of action. Jauch said the leg might :iave to be operated on and Griffin is not expected to play in next Sunday's game against Saskatchewan Roughriders in Regina. Newcomer Ken Philips and defensive back Mike Lam- brose were also on the limp after the game. Other Eskimo regulars out of action due to injuries are tackle Kock Pcrdoni, all-star defen- sive end Ron Forwick, fullback Sam Scarber and defensive back Mike Law. While deploring the Injury sit- uation, Jaueh had praise for quarterback Tom Wilkinson svho replaced first-stringer Bruce Lemmerman, who suf- fered a shoulder separation early in the season. Wilkinson fired a three-yard touchdown pass to George McGowan in the second quarter and an 11-yard loss lo new- comer Roy Bell for another major in the final minutes of play. Fximonton's other touch- down came when defensive back Dave Walker blocked a Stampeder punt and ran it to pay dirt. Dave Cutler's oflen-erralic toe supplied the Eskimos with their nine remaining points on two 22-yard field goals and three converts. The Stampeders were held to two 41-yard field goals kicked by Larry Robinson in the first quarter and didn't score again until the fourth. Robinson also converted both Calgary's touch- downs. Newcomer Fritz Seyferth plunged two yards into Edmon- on's end zone early in the ourth and quarterback Jim ,indsey hit Gary Kerr on a momentarily (lower right) while trying to br eak up the fight. Tho Riders defeated OUT Pittsburgh Pirale'l second baseman Gene Alley (14) walks off tho field along with teammals Bob Robertson after tagging out Montreal Expo't -Ron Fairly (6) on a fielder's choice In fourth inning National League baseball action at Montreal Sunday afternoon. Expoj went on to win 8-2. (CP Wirephoto) Dodgers battle second spot in National Surprising Red Sox add to lead DISQUALIFIED Ottawa defensive back Jim Elder (14) and Montreal wide receiv- er Terry Evanshen (white) both were disqua llfied for fighting during the Rough Rider- Monlreal game in Ottawa Saturday night. CFL official Floyd Cooper lost his glassei By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eddie Kaslto always has been known for his diplomacy, and he certainly won't change now that liis Boston Red Sox have their biggest lead of the season in the tight four-team American League East pennant race. "I couldn't pick out a single aspect as to why we're win. tactful Kasko said Sun- day after the Red Sox had swept a doubleheader from Cleveland Indians 5-1 in 12 in- nings and 2-0, increasing their lead to games over run- ncrup Baltimore Orioles. "We've been getting good pitching for quite a added the Boston manager. "But if I said the pitchers were doing it, the hitters would get mad. It's been a combinaton of everything." Baltimore, winner of the Easl championship (he past three y e ,1 r s blanked Milwaukee Brewers 2-0 as Jim Palmer scattered seven hits for his 19lh victory. New York Yankees, in fourth place, games back, dropped Detroit from second to third, two games behind Boston, slop- ping the Tigers 5-0 on Mel Slottlemyre's three-hitter. Oakland Athletics, seeking their second straight West Divi- sion title, increased their lead to 3Vi games over Chicago, trouncing the Texas Rangers 7- 2 while the White Sox were los- ing to California Angels 5-1. Kansas City Royals downed Minnesota Twins 3-1 in the other American League game. On Saturday, Cleveland de- feated Boston 2-1, New York beat Detroit 3-1, Chicago nipped California 3-2, Minnesota de- feated Kansas City 3-2, Texas edged Oakland 3-2, while Balti- more beat Milwaukee 8-0 and 2- 1. Boston's two victories over Cleveland gave the Red Sox 11 triumphs in their last 17 games and a 46-26 record since July 1, when they were 7Vi games "We're on a hot ad- mitted Kasko "but we haven't played Detroit or Baltimore in quite a while." Top spot in the National League West is pvctty far out Short sport of sight for Los Angeles Dodg- ers, but No. 2 isn't so far away and Frank Robinson thinks it's where the team soon will be. "We have plenty of time to catch up with Robin- son said Sunday, after the Dodgers beat the Astros 3-2. "It's great any time you can come from behind Eke that." The Dodgers are 914 games behind division-leading Cincin- nati Reds but Houston is just ive-yard touchdown pass with wo minutes left. Individual heroics by defen- sive tackles that turn a game around are unusual but the un- usual happened in two Eastern Football Conference encounters on the weekend. Ottawa Rough Riders were trailing Montreal Alouettes 23- 21 early in the linal quarter at Ottawa Saturday night when Rider tackle Rudy Sims inter- cepled a George Mira pass and lumbered 26 yards for the go- ahead touchdown. The Riders added another touchdown and a field goal for a 38-23 win, their fifth against one loss to keep them solidly in the EFC lead. Hamilton Tiger-Cats were down by four points in the fina quarter at Toronto Sunday when tackle Bruce Smith picked off a Wally Gabler pass and took it to the Argonaut six yard line. Dave Fleming ran for the touchdown on the next play and the Ticats pulled out a 22-18 Alouetfes 38-23. (.CP Wirephoto) BOUCHER WINS RACK DONCASTER, England (Ren- ter) Boucher, owned by Og- den Phipps of the United States, won the English St. Le- ger horse race today by a half- length over Our Mirage. The victory, over a course of one mile six furlongs and 127 yards, was wort h to owner Phipps. Ginevra was third, four lengths behind Our Mirage. SAVERS WILL QUIT CHICAGO (API Gnle Sa- yers announced his retirement from Chicago Bears Sunday. The two-time all American from the University of Kansas and five-time All-National Foot- ball League choice in his early I'ears with the Bears, had rcever fully recovered from knee trouble dating back to 1968. The halfback's decision to quit came after a dismal show- ing in the Bears' 33-14 loss to St. Louis Cardinals In a pre- season game Saturday night. It was an admitted final test for Sayers, who lost much of his speed and quick change of direction after a violent tackle by defensive back Kertnit Alex- ander of San Francisco '49 in 1968. More sport on page 12 STAMPEDE WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM KENDO NAGASAKI v> MIGHTY URSUS 6-Man Triple Tag 4 Dig SI.50 BRUNDAGE BLASTED NEW YORK (AP) Olympic medallist Wayne Collell, barred for life from the Olympic Games for his demeanor during the playing of the Stai Spangled Banner at Munich, ar rived here Saturday an( charged he was banished be- cause "Avery Brundage is on a personal vendetta." Collett said Brundage, out going International Olympic Committee president, Is "on a rampage" because the Inter national Olympic Committee defied him in barring Rhodesia from the Games. "There were a lot of human at the Games, Collett said. Five games open WEFC Bulldogs win opener two games up on them. Los An- geles came from behind with hrec runs in the eighth inning i win. Manny Mota led off with a single and Willie Davis followed with a double that chased Astro starter Dave Roberts, who had pitched four-hit ball lor seven nnings. When Fred Gladding came in, he was greeted by Wes Parker's single to score a nm before Robinson singled to tie the game 2-2. Steve Garvey then laid down a bunt which he beat out for a single, but Gladding threw the ball wide to first and the winning ran scored. The Dodgers' winner was Ron Perranoski, a veteran re- victory to stay two points be- hind Ottawa in the EFC race with four wins against three losses. "That's ray first (profes- sional) touchdown wow, said Sims, a 250-pound lineman who played halfback in high school. At Toronto, Smith didn't stop with his interception but came back to molest Gabler on Argos' next play and dropped the Toronto quarterback for a 17-yard loss. Gabler's next pass went into the hands of Ti-Cat defensive back Rick Shaw and Al Bren- ner picked off yet another To- ronto pass in the final minute of play lo frustrate Argos' comeback hopes. By LLOYD YAMAG1SHI Herald Sports Writer The Winston Churchill Bull- dogs started their 1972 Southern Alberta High School Football League season on the right foot as they defeated Medicine Hat McCoy Colts 10-6 Saturday night. Some 600 fans look in Ihe first inter-locking league game of the season at the Henderson ball park and were treated with a solid brand of football. The Bulldogs dominated the first half of play racking up 12 first downs lo Ihe McCoy's one. No touchdowns were regis- ered in Ihe opening half, but :he Bulldogs still managed to .ake the lead into the dressing room by tallying two points on a safely touch. The Bulldogs increased their lead early in the second half as Ken Nakama scooted around the left end for a 25-yard major core. The convert attempt failed leaving the score 8-0 in favor of the host club. The lead wasn't to last long liever released by Detroit In mid-season. In other NL games, Chicago Cubs beat Philadelphia Phillies 5-3, Montreal Expos lopped Pittsburgh Pirates !l-2. New York Mets edged SI. Louis Car- dinals 3-2, Cincinnati beat San Francisco Giants 8-7 in the first game of a double-header. The Giants won the second game 2. San Diego Padres shutout Al- Innta Braves 1-0 in Game No. 1 of their twinbilt but the Braves came back for a 4-1 viclory in the second. In Saturday's action, San Francisco edged Cincinnati 2-1, New York defeated St. Louis 3- 1, Chicago downed Philadelphia 7-4, Pittsburgh clipped Mon- treal 8-3 and Los Angeles shut out Houston 4-0. EDMONTON 17 CALGARY !0 CAL First downs 2 Yards rushing 11 Yards passing 38 Net cflence as Morley Arnot ran back the kick-off 75 yards to give the Colls Iheir only poinls. The Bulldogs finished off the scoring for the night as they racked up another safety touch with less than three minutes remaining in the game. Victories can be costly at times and this happened to be the case for the Bulldogs. Greg Hamilton, who is by far the best Bulldog defender, suffered a broken leg during he second quarter. This could be a key blow for he Bulldog's defensive unit. Meanwhile the Soulhern Al- berta Western Eight Football Dinosaurs defeat Golden Bean Interceptions Punts-average Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards HAMILTON 22 TORONTO la Yards Yards passing Ntl olfence Passes made-tried Interceptions Punts-averags Fumbles-lost CALGARY (CP) A fired up defensive squad paced Uni- versity of Calgary Dinosaurs lo a 22-18 triumph over defending champion University of Alberta 7'4? n I Golden Bears Saturday in a 7.52 4-37! Western Canada Intercollegiate Football League opener before 17 37 14-21 3 Conference opened their 1972 season schedule with five games on the weekend. The Raymond Comets edged Vulcan Cougars 21-20 behind Tim Court's two touchdowns; St. Mary's blanked Nanton Knights 12-0 with Narcisse Blood's pair of majors; Clares- holm Cobras defeated High Riv- er Mustangs 13-7, with Jeff Lindsay scoring two touch- downs for the Cobras and Phil Invin notching the lone Mus- tangs' major; Coaldale Spartans dropped Cardston Cougars 19- 12 on Gerhard Schmold's three big touchdowns and Picture Butte whipped Milk River 28-14. li-Ji 17