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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THI IITHMIDOE HERALD Snlu'dciy, Sepltmb.r 19, 1970 Lasl, Second Field Goal Turned. The Trick Roughriders Get A Break From Lions RECINA (CP) Eagle Keys Isn't a man to wear his hi'art on Ills sleeve at a football game, but when Jack Abciidschnn liooled a yiimc-winning field goal on Uic last play Friday night, the Saskatchewan Rough- riders' head coach just couldn't contain his joy. "It wasn't that I had any doubts as lo whether Jack would make that field goal, but when he (lid 1 just had to run out Uiere and jump on him." Keys said after Rcughridcrs de- feated British Columbia Lions 23-22 in n Western Football Con- ference cliff-hanger. The 47-yard boot strengthened Saskatchewan's hold en top spot in the WFC, and foiled Lions' attempt to break out of a sec- ond-place deadlock with Cal- gary Stainpcders. Roughriders have 1G points on eight wins and hvo losses, while B C. and Cal- gary have 54 records and JO points each. The fourth-place Edmonton Eskimos, with a G perform- ance to date, travel to Winnipeg for a match at p.m. HIST Sunday against the Blue Bomb- ers. The game will be broadcast on the CTV west network. Ed- monton head coach Ray Jauch doesn't plan any lineup against cellar-dwelling Winni- peg. Abendschan, in addition to booting the game-winning field goal, contributed two others from 43 and 14 yards out and converted touchdowns scored by fullback George Reed and flanker Gordon Barwell. For Lions, Jim Young got two touchdowns on 51-yard and 34- yard passes from Paul Broth- ers, while Vic Washington snared another throw for n major. Ted Gerald kicked three converts and got a single on a field goal try that went wide. Coach Jackie Parker was dc pressed after the game. "I've never seen anything liki said the Lions' coach. "It's ANDY CAPP I'VE NEVER FELT SO EMBARRASSED IN ALL ME LIFE-. ME BOSS SAVS I'VE 'AD A RAISE IN ME THESEWASAE.GOIN' ASKIN1 F' A-ORS 1 Harrington Returns Hockey Meeting There will be z minor hockey organizational meeting in Fort Macleod Sunday evening. The meeting, be a discussion regards to a hockey school for this [all, will take place at the Arena at It is also licped Uiat at the meeting a minor hockey asso- ciation will be formed. B.v THE CANADIAN PRESS Ed Harrington will be back at his defensive-end position for To- ronto Argonauts when they en- tertain Montreal Alouettes in an Eastern Football Conference fixture Sunday. And he has no qualms about his play in Ottawa two weeks ago when he was ousted 1'rom the game, suspended for an- other game and fined S200 after knocking Gary Wood, the Rough Rider quarterback, senseless. "I'm not going to change my style of says Harrington, ail-Canadian at his position in 1969. "I wouldn't know how to play any other way. "I don't play dirty. The quart- erback is the guy who can kill you and my job is to get him. That's what I'm expected to do." A win tor eilher Toronto or Montreal will move them into first place in the EFC. now share that position with Hamilton Tiger-Cats, eacli with eight pouits. OUavra trails with four. The Toronto-Montreal game will be seen on the CTV's east- ern network starting at 2 p.m. EDT. Ottawa, meanwhile, had a chance to close ground on the leaders today when they took on C a 1 g a v y Slampeders of the Western Conference at home, a game that was televised na- tionally by the CBC starting at 11 a.m. MST. not right lor guys lo play like these kids did lonight and have that happen to them. beat the daylighls out o[ those guys and still came up said Parker. He was pleased with the defensive effort that resulted in four intercep- tions of Lancaster pass at- tempts, Lancaster, who played the whole game despite an ailing throwing arm that has been sore all season, earned the unenviable record of top career interception-tosser in (he Cana- dian Football League. His 202 in 11 seasons surpassed the 201 mark set by Bernie Faloney in 12 seasons. Two of the Interceptions were by Jerry Bradley, while Green- ard Poles and Bill Whisler got one each. Brothers had no passes intercepted and com- pleted 15 of 24 tries for 204 yards gained, compared with Lancaster's 12 of 25 and 288 yards. Saskatchewan had (lie edge in rushing, 13G yards to 97, as Reed rolled up G2 yards on 16 carries. Jim Evenson, who :iolds a three-yard edge in the iVFC rushing stakes this year over second-place Reed, lugged the ball 17 times for 40 yards. The game was played before fans. SASK. 13 B.C. 12 Firs! downs........ Yards rushing...... Yards passfng Ne! offence Passes macie-triEd -ilerceolions-yds. unls-avg. yds...... Fumbles lost....... Penalties yds....... B.C. sask. 17 14 97 134 26J ?6fl 356 "101 15-7.1 1325 J3 0-0 14-49 10-3? 1-1 11 5-78 Weslcrn conlsronce 5ssk......... B.C.......... Calgary Winnipeg THE LEADERS F A Pts 0 233 Ifl 16 C 207 1B5 10 0 IB7 Ul ID 0 16J 6 0 107 222 2 BC. Ab'srhan, S Harrison, C Cutler, E Robinson, C Evcnmn, B.C. McKinnie, S Barwell, S Young, B C. 0 2J IS 2 71 9 0 0 0 5J 0 II 10 9 SO 0 17 7 5 By Emrt T. Thcimcr "PLOP" ACROSS 1 Outlooks. 7 Turkish title of reapccL 11 Eccleiialtic title. 15 Intended. 20 Eighth ef a circle. 21 Cupid. 22 Mountain lake, 23 Ubiquitous one. MWilli 44-A, 71.A, 94-A i 113-A. Juul one of thoflo 6-D. Long period of time. Pacific Island group. M French pronoun. 31 Daughter of Tantalus, 32 Expert. 33 Fall. 35 C-lrcum- scrlbfll. 38 Substitute guards and tackles. 40 Full of: comb. form. 'ISThree: Gcr. 43 Oregon Motet flowers. Sis 24-A. 52 Shanty. 53 Pair. E4 Dwarf: Fr. 55 Hyderabad village. Gfi New-worfd, 68 Peter Stuyveaant, for one. (10 Bullfighters. 62 Boy's given name. 6.1Cabi. 64 Dresses in. 65 Vital cell factor. (36 Geometric colid. 67 Moslem scripture. 68 Task. 70 Culvert: Ger. 71 See 24-A. 75 Young pest, 75 Loam deposit. Aviates. 78 Rear. 73 Celtic Neplune. SOColIegs official. 31 Meek. 82 Competing, 85 Distress. 87 Gelid. 29 Incinerator. 90 British guns. 91 Hold sway. 92 Neck piece. 93 Indian shrub. 94 See Z4-A. 701 Telephonic connections, 102 Majority. 103 Start of a yodel. 104 Subdued hues. 107 Reservoir. 109 Roguish. 113 Sweetheart In Edinburgh. 114 Vocal jtreM. 115 Auto. 116 Provides equipment- US Old Danish money. 119 See 24-A. 125 Michiganile in Nixon cabinet. 12B Squeaks. 127 Hindu cjstc. 128 Picnic, for one. 129 Oscar, e.g. 130 Pip. 131 English schoof. 132 Idlers. DOWN 2 Ethereal fluid.1 3 Office worker, for short- Pave. S Dill. fi Floors. 7 Retreats. SSoul: Fr. 9 Curtsy. 10 Semitic language. 11 Mindanao tribesmen. 12 Milieu for a valse. 13 Fork, 14 Fireplace gear. 15 Certain warships. 16 Building armor. T" oF Mock. IS Present. 13 Prongs: var. 23 Hoisting bucket: var, 55 Sister. 26 Indian weight. 27 Offspring. 34 Cruiser, for one. 36 Carbamide: pref. 37 Roman law. Hawkins. 39 Agave fiber. II Conspicuous, 43 Repasts. pronoun. sapiens. 45 Soaks. 47 Photocopy. Machins 72 Biblical captain, 73 Lest than 49 Got B ITIOVB 102-A. on. 74 Kind of 50 Presied. letter. 51 Twangy. 75 Explosion, 57 Some 80 Blue. Louisian- 81 Indian ians. weights. 58 European 82 Brothers, capital. S3 Facial 59 Test. feature, 60 Rocky crags. 84 Alum. 61 Footgear 86 Combine, for 58-A. 63 Adds. 64 Female deer. 67 Acute. 68 Fetter. 70 Collective fruits. 71 Italian province. slum sitting room. 83 Old Norse poetry. E9 Split fastener. 92 Upper lorso. 95 Porous; var, 36 Select, 97 Negatives 98 Arabian province. 99 Cattle genus. 100 Cat's-claw. 104 Beyond: comb, form 105 Not at all. 106 Inner skin. 107 Bird cry. 10E Spanish 110 Famous sculptor. 111 Crowning glory. 112 Dangles. 115 Throw. 117 Goad. Diagramless 22 x 23, By Anlhony Morse ACROSS 1 Small nail. B Ariiona native. 6 Concoction. 10 Turkish standard. 11 Pity. 12 California town. 16 Pulled suddenly. 20 Angers; LaL 33 Card. 21 Extremity. Muscle. 22 Ancient city 37 Cove, on the Nile. 40 Chafe. 23 Youngster, 24 Filipino. 25 Winged. To hasten away. 28 Brook. 29 Boy's name. 30 S. American evergreen, 31 Greek levation. 41 Clock face. 42 Measures. Oro. 45 Baby's seat. 46 Like a fish. 47 Feature of western Virginia. 51 Dutch export. S3 Eggs. 5'1 Son of Ebcr. 65 Compass point. 56 Furniture style. 57 Scenes: Fr. Si Bomb material. 69 Masculine name. Fabulous bird. 62 Unpleasant look. 63 Bakery product. 64 Tartar title. 66 HamleL 67 Pretends, 70 Straighten: var. 72 Mobster'! tool. 73 Corded fabric. 75 Edge. 76 Pronoun. 71 Hawk-like bird. 78 Invent. BO Sits of Depauw University. 83 Blind. 84 Mirror material. 85 Ash. 86 Forty days, B7 Fraternal order, noivx 1 Divide. 2 Pushed a punt. 3 Copied. 4 Blockhead. 6 Publicize. 7 Coarse. 8 Pal of et al. 9 New York suburb. 13 Old English money- 14 Kind of board. 15 Time period. IS One of China's life- lines. 17 Russian 18 Connective. 10 American [yricisL 22 Lobster country- 24 Spirit: Fr. 27 Arabian garb, 28 Put through water, 30 Kmd of girl. 31 New Guinea: mountains. 32 Wall. 34 Preserve food, 35 Cathedral city. 36 Former Sultan of Turkey. 37 Mire. 3B Expert. 39 Arabian country. 40 Chimney ducl- 41 Roadside sight. 44 Brother of Lynccus. 46 Last. CRYPTOGRAMS 120 Not listed: abbr, 121 Hollywood initials. 122 Tennis 47 Area in southwest Germany. 48 Rounder: 49 Rumanian province. 50 Fish. 51 Road cover, 52 Japanese shrub. 57 Heart part. 60 Beneficiary. 62 Pine tree product. 123 Undelivered mail reposi. lory: abbr. 124 World War II arena. 65 Chicken. 66 Gossip. 67 Eager. 63 Bridge unit. 69 Hair. 70 Hail. 71 Lowland. 74 Pounder. 77 Joint. 78 Hoosegrovr, 79 Tears. 81 Contraction. 82 Oriental weight. SOLUTIONS or T.Ayr TF.KK'S TTOZLFS l.PDUJ EDU KFELYE 1C LTBOET OT XLYA jiurr ET PDA nnu KFELYJ? iu IKET OTJ'R. "iico." JJy Esther Neville TILC.CAST nVALACKIXAUC NAUTK BCTIU "STEAKS" LT. Harris 3. G U O U L A C X U N L X D P W II U L W K P D Vf N 0 L A Byllcnry Gclman Last Week's Cryptograms 1. Slain barpain basement clerk checked his slock of odd'Iot stockings for sale. 2. '.Mother told children lo mainlain spic and span home 3. Kuckus starts wilh her wisecracks. C Field EulcrpriBcs, Lie., 1970 This Merchandise On Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! Quantities Limited. We reserve the right to limit quantities. LADIES' FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS AND GOWNS SAVE 1.98 Creative Needlecraft Burlap pillow in mosaic owl and fanciful apple designs on decoralive burlap. Kit includes fringe trim, zip- per, yarn, embroidery needle. Reg. Price 6.98. SALE t 55 HASSOCKS Round, square and hexagon shapes. An ideal Chrislmas gift. Colors oF Gold, Olive, Tangerine or Drown. 9.98 LADIES' AND TEENS' SUITS AND PANT SUITS Wool, acelale and acrylic knils. In- complete size range from 10 to 20. Reg. Woolco Price to SALE 5oft floral prints. Long powns sizes S.M.I, and pyjarnas in sizei 32 lo 38. 2.99 TRANSISTOR RADIOS Solid state. Telescopic antenna i. Some wilh AC adaplers. Many styles lo choose from af one low price. 28.88 SAVE 1.05 TREVIRA AND WOOl DOUBLEKNIT PRECUTS yard lenglhs. 60" SAVE 10.08 TO 13.08 SHAG RUGS Made of Nylon and Rnyon, Two- ione tweed effect. Double jute back- ing. Choose from fhe lolest decora- tor colors of Blue Wafer, Avocado leaf, Alomk Orange, Violel and Wheal. Reg, Woolco Prico 89.96. 6' x 9' Reg. Woolco Price 48.96. SALE 76.88 38.88 SAVE RUG SHAMPOOERS A fanfaslfc saving for Fall clean- ing. Large leakproof lank and ef- fciient twin brush sets. Special roll- on application, convenient trigger release. One year guarantee. Com- plete wilh 16 oz. bottle of shampoo. Reg. Woolco Price 10.44. SALE 5.29 FDS BATH OIL BEADS 1.37 T6 ounce box. Reg. Woolco Price 1.63. SALE WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALTA.) LTD. A Division of the Dominion Citrul Company Limited EARLY BIRD TIME SPECIALS COMET SCISSORS Cordless botlery operaled. Battery not included. Reg. Woolco Price 2.BB. SALE 1.49 7.99 SAVE 1.89 Men's Suedine Jackets Quill lined. Knilled collar, cuffs and woiM. Colors of Tan, Brown or Loden. Sizes S.M.L.XL Reg. Woolco Price 9.88. SALE SAVE .58 TO 1.98 BOYS' CASUAl PANTS Choose from several slyles. Regu- lar ond flares. Some are perman- ently pressed. Assorted colors. Sizei 8 ta lei. Reg. Woolco Price 2.57 to 3.97 SALE 1 ,99 LITTLE TOTS' BEDROOM SLIPPERS Zipper fronf, fur collar. Assarted colors. Sizesi 2 to 9. Reg. Woolco Price 1.45. SALE 1.15 ALLEN'S CANDY KISSES 1-lb. bag. A Ireal for the family or Hallowe'en trick or trealers, me lulling .34 MONDAY 17 A.M.' SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) SOCKO THE CLOWN A roly poly punching toy. Reg. Woolco Price .96. SPECIAL FISHER PRICE TOYS Choose from our brand new selec- tion of musical and pull toys, GREAT SAVINGS TUESDAY 10 A.M. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) CURLMASTER CURLING BROOMS 1 Open Mont Thurs, .50 13 r Choose from "Litilc Made in Reg. Woolco Prico 0.97. SPECIAL Beaver" Canada. 7. iday and Tuesday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. lo clay and Friday o.m. to 9 p.m.) Saturday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. College Shopping Moll 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;