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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDGE 19.1974 LAS VEGAS RUNTIME 4 diys. 3 rights SZ1S.OO ni fcubli occupucy 5 days. 4 nights S221.00 pv (urui dovbli MCMpucy ilu Includes return air (are Calgary-Las Vegas Accommodation Mint Hotel, plus many extra attractions First departure Sept 12th, 1974. For information and bookings contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centra Village pl Herald- Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Ltvcl 7th Strati Shopping Mill Ltthbrldfl., Alberta J Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Edmonton played in fourth game in 16 days Ealey directs Bombers over Eskimos Blue goal Morley Scott, out of the picture, pulled the trigger on the first goal of the Leth- bridge Broncos' inter-squad game Wednesday night giving the Blues a 1-0 lead. The game ended in a 4-4 draw. Deadlock highlights action in Bronco inter-squad game Dean Samis of the Blues called it a fitting way to end an inter squad game as the final buzzer sounded Wednesday night with the score 4-4. Samis, one of seven returnees from last year's Swift Current Broncos, is currently battling for his berth with the now Lethbridge Broncos. Wednesday night was a battle royal for ail the spots on the club. With 40 still in camp as of Wednesday evening, coach Earl Ingarfield says that the team will be down to 30 and reducing as of today. He will need an awfully sharp knife to make some of the cuts. What started out as an inter squad game ended like the seventh game of a playoff series. A crowd of 300 sat in on proceedings and got more than their monies worth. A goal by Bryan Trottier at of the final period earned the Blues, coached by Steve Fallwell and Pat Sullivan, a 4-4 deadlock with the Whites of Brent Seely and Mike Scott. Other goal scorers for the Blues were Bernie Syrenne, Morley Scott and Rod Winkler. Don Eastcott. who saw action in the Western Canada Hockey League last season before returning to Calgary Canucks of the Alberta Junior League, fired a pair of markers for the Whites. Singles went to Alex Tidey and Bruce Small. Steve Lee chipped in with three helpers for the Whites while Rone Delorme picked up two assists for the Blues. The Blues outshot the Whites 35-30 in the highly spirited contest. Of the 14 minor penalties handed out by referees Gerry Gray and John Kobal each club picked up seven. The two clubs were deadlocked 1-1 after the first period and 2-2 after 40 minutes. Broncos will continue to workout daily at Henderson Ice Centre. The club will play its first exhibition games in Saskatchewan next week. Tuesday they meet Saskatoon Blades and then Wednes- day are guests of the Regina Pats. WINNIPEG (CP) Coach Bud Riley says his Winnipeg Blue Bombers still need im- provement if they are to be contenders for the Canadian Football League's western conference championship. But he was obviously pleas- ed with what he saw Wednes- day night as Chuck Ealey, playing his first full game as Winnipeg quarterback, piloted the Bombers to a 19-13 victory over Edmonton Eskimos. "I thought he did an ex- cellent job with what we gave said Riley of his new quarterback. Eskimo coach Ray Jauch blamed the loss the fact Wednesday's was the fourth game for the team in 16 days. But he added, "We're still in first place and we're still mas- ter of our own fate. I suspect we'll bounce back and be just as effective." The Bombers marched deep into Edmonton territory three times in the first half, but the Edmonton defence tightened up each time they penetrated past the 20-yard line. Placekicker Walt McKee was successful on one attempt from 34 yards out, but two other from the 38 and the other from the only in singles. Early in the second quarter, Stuart Lang snagged a 53-yard pass from Eskimo quarter- back Tom Wilkinson and got to the Winnipeg five yard line and two plays later Roy Bell shoved his way across for Ed- monton's only major. Dave Cutler converted to set the stage for Edmonton's 7-5 half time lead and early in the third quarter, he added a field goal. But two second-half inter- ceptions by rookie defensive back Merv by Eskimo quarterback Bruce in go- ahead touchdowns. The first, which Walker re- turned for 47 yards to the Ed- monton 27, enabled Ealey a few plays later to set up John Bledsoe for a three-yard touchdown plunge, despite a shoulder injury Bledsoe had suffered earlier in the game. After McKee converted, Bombers led 12-10 until of the final quarter when Dave Cutler kicked a field goal to make it 13-12. Then Eskimo pass strategy failed when a pass intended for Stuart Lang was picked up by Walker, and four plays later Ealey hit Bob LaRose from 21 yards out. McKee's convert completed the scoring. Bell, the heart of the Edmonton attack, was held to just 65 yards on 21 carries, and the entire Eskimo rushing totalled only 78 yards. There's one great reason why Acadian 400 is becoming so popular. Flavour! SUPERIOR HYE WHISK? The Bomber attack, though it gained two yards less than Edmonton's, was more balanced, with 197 yards rushing and 128 passing. The Eskimos sustained two injuries in the game, but the extent of damage was not made public. Tackle Dave Fenell went out of the game with an in- jured knee, and defensive back Dick Dupuis, hurt his back. The win, coupled with Sas- katchewan's 23-10 loss to Hamilton Wednesday, leaves the Bombers with a 4-4 record just two points back of the Roughriders. Edmonton, meanwhile, remains in first place in the Western Conference with 12 points and a 6-3 record. Sunday the Bombers meet the B.C. Lions in Vancouver. The Lions, who are tied with Saskatchewan with 10 points will be looking for a win to vault into a tie with Edmon- ton, while the Bombers will be trying to make it a three-way tie for second spot. 'Rider coach suggests some changes will be made after dismal showing By The CANADIAN PRESS Saskatchewan coach John Payne suggested Wednesday that some changes will be made in the roster of the Roughriders after they lost a Canadian Football League interlocking game 23-10 to Hamilton Tiger-Cats. "We just couldn't do any- thing. We dropped passes, fumbled a punt and had passes intercepted. We're going to have to do some said Payne after the game in Hamilton. Payne, like the Ticats, vir- Aimouncers need course in French? OTTAWA (CP) Complaints that com- mentators are mis pronouncing the names of French Canadian players on Team Canada arose here Wednesday. Some of the com- plaints were made to Doug Fisher, president, of Sport Canada, the organization responsi- ble for the eight-game series between Canada and the Soviet Union. Fisher said reports he had heard about Tuesday's night's telecast of the opening game included "awful" pronouncements of the name of Rejean Houle. Keith Spicer, com- missioner of official languages, told a reporter that "I think it's great that our sports commentators take the trouble to be courteous to our Soviet visitors by pronouncing their names as correctly as possible." "I hope they will take the same trouble and show the same courtesy to all players from our own country as well." he added. Play by play broad- casters were criticized in the 1972 series for mispronouncing the name of Montreal Cana- dien Yvon Cournoyer. tually ignored George Reed's spectacular effort as the Rider fullback ran for 101 yards to become the first professional football player to rush for more than eight miles. Reed needed 46 yards to reach that record-setting plateau and he made it on his sixth 12-yard burst over the right side of the Ham- ilton line early in the second quarter. It marked the 34th game in which Reed has gained 100 yards or sixth this leaves him four short of the career total regis- tered by now-retired Jimmy Brown who played with Cleve- Football roundup WESTERN CONFERENCE W L F A Pte Edmonton.......6 3 193 119 12 B.C.........5 4 175 185 10 Sask...........5 5 186 193 10 Winn.......4 4 131 177 8 Calgary........2 7 134 182 4 SCORING LEADERS WFL TO C FG S Ptt Cutler, E .......0 19 16 5 72 land Browns of the National Football League. But the second-place Ticats, behind young quarterback Bill Etter, rolled to their fourth consecutive victory and mov- ed six points ahead of Toronto MacMillan, BC 0 15 12 13 64 53 42 38 36 33 30 Berg. S ..........0 21 10 2 Hams. B C..... 7 0 0 0 McKeeh, W.......0 11 7 6 Thompson, S.....6 0 0 0 Robinson. C 0 8 7 4 Bledsoe, W.....5 0 0 0 EASTERN CONFERENCE W L F A PU Montreal ........7 2 213 131 14 Hamilton........6 4 170 155 12 Ottawa.........3 6 121 148 6 Toronto.........3 6 154 187 6 SCORING LEADERS EFC TD C FG S Ptt Sunter, H.......0 13 25 4 92 Sweet, M.........0 20 17 4 75 Andru'shyn. T 0 12 18 8 74 Organ. O.........0 6 21 4 73 Rogers. M......9 0 0 0 54 HAMILTON 23 SASKATCHEWAN 10 SASK. HAM. First downs......... 15 18 Yards rushing..... 124 130 Yards passing 207 271 Net offence......... 226 382 Passes 12-28 18-26 Interceptions 0 2 7-37 8-35 2-2 3-1 4-35 4-13 WINNIPEG 19 EDMONTON 13 EDM. WPG. First downs 16 20 Yards rushing 78 197 Yards passing 245 128 Net offence 318 316 Passes made-tried 12-24 8-15 Interceptions 0 5 7-422 10-438 0-0 0-0 4-10 6-43 Race results CALGARY (CP) Race results Wednesday FIRST 2 year old maidens. 6 SurJonos Polar lady (Lua) 33 40 8 60 5 90. Gracious Hosl ?L Wiseman) 290 2 60. Mtstasenc. 8 30 Time 1 16 2-5 D'aoon Chocolate Frosty. Jean- rr-e TyV.e L'J. Hops. Craves Reward also ran SECOND .aco -mr (Nwrs) 7 303 W. Dominion 280 2 90. 6 70 Time 1 14 3-S Shol O Scc'cn. Miss In- 1mlty. To Me. Wlrmtng Child. little Mtss Holy also ran DAILY DOUBLE: SZ23.20. THIRD S2.400. allowance. 3 year 6 luriongs Pnantom Chic <0 Wiseman) 1090 5 SO 3 10. Falhor's Trust 7 90 370. Carry The Twrte 320 Time i 14 BaraJha. libalion. Str Elltol also TJ-rri OUINELLA: M3.40. FOURTH SI 600 claiming. 6 furlongs t'Espoir (Sorsnso-n) 1830 950 6 40. SpM Sal (WartsoTi) 18 20 6 90. Shaba's Spirit SO Time 1 14 1-s HC-OI Jew With Speed King O1 Argonauts and Ottawa Rough Riders in the Eastern Conference. Saskatchewan remained in a tie with British Columbia Lions for second place in the West, two points behind Ed- monton Eskimos. ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL St. Louis York Pittsburgh Philadelphia New Los Angeles Atlanta 'A San San Diego TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Hooton (5-11) at Philadelphia Ruthven (9-12) St Louis Curtis (9-13) at Pittsburgh Kison (7) San Diego Freisleben (9-12) at Los Angeles Surton (16-9) Cincinnati Norman (11-12) at San Francisco Caldwell (13-4) WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS First New York 200 000 000 2 30 Montreal 000 100 20x 3 12 2 Matlack Cram (8) and Hodges: Rogers Murray (8) and Foote. Second New York 000 000 000 0 4 0 Montreal 000 003 10x 4 7 0 Seaver Apodaca Parker (7) and Dyer: Blair Murray (7) and Carter Chicago 010 210 100 5 10 0 Philadelphia 000 010 51 Reuschel. Stone (4) Frailmg (9) and Swisher. Lonborg Garber Thomason (9) and Boone St. Louis 100 000 62 Pittsburgh 000 200 20x 4 8 1 McGlothen Folkers Garman (8) and Simmons. Rooker (13-11) and Sanguillen Cincinnati 000 014 11 1 San Diego 010 020 4 0 Gullett. C. Carroll (7) (11-5) and Bench: Jones Tomlm Hardy (9) and Kendall. HRs- Houston 000 000 020 10 0 Los Angeles 000 000 002 7 1 Dierker. Cosgrove 9. Forsch (9) (6- 7) and M May: Downing. Marshall Hough (10) Brewer (10) and Ferguson HR- LEAGUE H Pet Garr, All 204 354 Garvey. LA 194 324 Oliver. 177 317 Zisk. Pgh 156 .316 McBnde. SL 162 .313 Suckner. IA 165 313 Stargell. 144 312 Smith. 146 309 Gross. Hou 167 .309 Brock, 181 .309 The Alps. Amber Day. Pine Pass. My Son Michael also fan. FIFTH S2.100. claiming 3 year olds. 1 1- 16 miles La Ha (Hedge) 9.10 350 3 GO. Royal West (Kipling) 2 80 2 60. Blue Bouncer JPearsonl 3 10 Time 1 48 3-5 Ktonosa Bnjwn Bundle. Senator Sam DooWti'S Queen ran EXACTOR: 70. SIXTH 6 lurrtofjgs c.y 14.03 500 400. Tars ITms Wiseman) 3 10 2 SO My (Sfienjonl 8 40 i 13 a-5 Bay HI Bill. Ruflamom. NeSti Boy. Snipper Tan, Cramps Delight, MISS BaHaspree also ran SEVENTH handicap, mite X-Tracy Jay (Norns) 350 390 3 30. Princess