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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THE lEIHBRIDr.E HERALD Friday, Novembar 1J, 1971 do the CAI.dAKY (C'i'i Look lor the niu'xpi'rled wlien Suskiitdn- Koui'JiridiTM and Calvary elash in the hesl- oi'-thi'ee Western Kouthall Om is lion' .Saturday afterniin. History lias shown they have a knack for the hcarl-llirobhing Consider these examples: what to lock for last game between Ihc winning points with a clubs ended in a 7-7 tie in He-! field goal on Hie last play of Ihc Flanker (ierry Shaw of, pirne. He was faeing winds _ Calgary got a touchdown wilh gusiing between .'15 and 45 miles ft I" ft (our seconds remaining and an hour and the Icmpcraturc Vy-lA Larry Hobinson booted the tying well below zero. j convert. The other Uvu games in bfc'l Htampeders won the year's series also offered Ihe series last year with a 15-14 unexpected. Calgary won the verdict in the final contest at' opener when Jerry Hegina. Hohinson kicked Ihe' Keeling hit former team-mate Dave Cranmer fur a loivchdown early in the final Calgary was l.vtt at Ihe lime and look a 28-11 decision. TIIK CANADIAN PRESS i gary Centennials when they de- fealed III.'Ill before Hvandon Wheat Kings won learns have llu'ir Hiih gaiv.e in starts Vcronls. Thursday lo lake a four-point Current Bn.ncos rcma tO- I UCMVIIUU. i -In the second game it was! in the Western Canada I hl ,-asleni division col- Hockey league's eastern victory Ed McQuarlers of Saskatche- wan who came up with Ihe key play. The big tackle intercepted a Keeling pass and ran for an 87-yard touchdown, giving the sion by defeating Winnipeg Jets New Weal- -1-3. I niinslcr and the Jets' loss. In the weslern division, Ed- 1 mn Swift Current mcmton Oil Kings moved into n points, one behind Win- an 11-3 win. Before !a tic for first place wilh Cal-: iimj rirnins will) (lie play, Saskatchewan was points in wontl place behind Calgary I'Jdino.-ton In Calgary. Oil Kings goalie Larrv llemiriek was outslal'.d- shots, including EYE ON THE BALL Gary Player watches his ball in flit trap on 'he 14th hole in World Cup action Thursday. Player to fake the first round lead. PALM liKACH CARIJKX-. Fla. 'AP Jack plunke near darkpi the favored I'niVrl Slalv-, l close eu-'-; from Komiinia and Libra ply faded imt> tile set. Xickiau- -.'a-- o four-umlor-Kir ;o individual N'an in iiic Cup C'-lf and partner Lee thfvo si.- -.s ie'.dinn -Sc-ir.h Gary Player ard llai-old Ilenninl. Mruseled to a 75 on the treachC'-ous East Course, giving the an ag- gresate of one-imrler-par 1--3 and a v. iih Nev: Zealand's Rob 71. and John s mils to carve out a fit1. II' nning had 71 for a of MO. Canada'? entry, Tlomen- jht as he blasts out of a sand teamed with Harold Henning HAMILTON H'l'i Hamilton Iigu Cats, who showed their i best offence oi the year last j uuktnd to get into the Eastern Fin th ill Confere'H'e final, have j piit MONARCH (HXSi Coal- hii.-st High School and the Grads :-pti: a pair of exhibition basket- ball Wednesday evening. The Cellettcs trounced the Grads 42-14 in the gals encoun- ter Rwmary Wyrostok hooped 14 points for the win- ners. The gained revenge in the game as they upend- ed t'r." Celtic- "M2. Gar: Th o s paced the with 31 roints while Dow canned 25 for the C-'tir.-. The will he carried in full JIuneanu took a 10 on the par-' Qn Uw CTV.S na.ionai five 17th hole and already had startiK, at noon _MST 95 strokes for the agonizmg day. i His countryman. Pavel Tomita.' AIR ATTACK LIKELY had 85 v, iih one hole to plav. 1 Argos c: n L? expected to Thai put the Romanians at 44 throw lol Hith rooklc Joe over par. some 48 shots behind i Thcismann cailing lhl. tr.e leaders. Their playing part- ners from Lihya. Hosain Ahdu Elmola and Muftah Salem, were over par at the time. Toronto coach Leo Cahill hasn't indicated this week he'll rotate his quarter-backs as he did ear- lier in the season, even with you've got to go out and gener-. accidents. ate the first, downs and hold tlie I Three top line Grand Pm jctililllJtlli important J drivers have been thing is net lo make the big tracks this year. mistake lhat you crucial lie Id po-iiicn.'' He said Saskatchewan should have momentum because of its 34-215 win over Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the suuden death TORONTO (CP) No city in semi-final. Canada has expressed any' in- "H's bound to help them, i ierest in a National Hockey When you're in first place you League franchise. Harold Bai-' sit back and say: 'We're cool: lard, president of Maple Leaf we finished on top and nobody Gardens, said Thursday. can beat us.' But Shaw remembers when no! Interested ball club announced Thursday. Schocndiensi piloted the club to a second place finish last season in the National League's East Division. His sal- ary for the 1872. one-year con- G n tract was reported to be in the I range. He rankles at criticism that the NHL is ignoring Canada in ELRICH TIRE SPORT its expansion plans, which most Calgary finished first in lflfi7 and 19C5 but was eliminated in ALBERTA JUNIOR F A Pts. Easter 1 WESTERN CANADA LEGGU6 England's Tony Jacklin and j Barton's recovery from n finger Peter Oosterhuis had even par j on his: throwing hand. 14-J to stand fourth among 46 j jjut. .iny passes thrown by teams. Argentina and China Argos will be going into one of'. stood at 14.5. j ptinpiest defensive back-j Defending individual chain- j fields in Ihe country with leader pion Roberto de Vicenzo of Ar- Carney Henley ably supported and vantage. "From gentina stayed close to Nicklaus with a threc-uner fifl along with Plaver and Oosterhuis. to preview the corpion ers by Gerry Sicrnberg. Slernbery and Henley e a c h picked off ciglit enemy passes this season and Williams! snapped up another five. All i three returned one for at least one touchdown. In all the Hamilton defence j scored nine touchdowns, one- third the Hamilton tola! for j major scores. i And while the Ham ill on of i fence finally jelled into a colic- sive unit for the Ottawa game. it will be the Ticat defenders again who can be expected to decide (he outcome of Sunday's game. The battle against the Hamil- ton defence wdl guided by Theismann and feature running backs Ijpon Mc-Quay, eastern nominee for national outstand- ing player honors, and Bill Sy- mons. It could be a repeat of the last time the two clubs met in a conference final, in when recently took in Atlanta Long Island .is the 15th and Kith' teams. me." he asked an inter- second uTthircL''1 "what city in Canada has tried to get an XHL fran- j "I would like to see another: Canadian team in the XHL, if one produced the proper qualifica- tions and ing a S6-miilion franchise fee. Ballard said he believed Win- nipeg, Edmonton or Calgary could support XHL franchises. All three cities have franchises in the fledgling World Hockey Centre Basil Bark same, a lot of the res for putting Die cl DempSCV. won't put ..pedal for Association. j "II'll Bollard noted Ihe success of i centre against, 'hockey in St. Louis and Phila- i hncker. flrlphia, cities that. vir-j "Dempsey makes most of tually nothing about tne game, j their plays'" i The game had to be promoted, the people had to be educated. "In Winnipeg, for example, j right now." the people already know "He the g1 hockey." the most da: "Success comes in cans, not j best defensi he said, citing the re- this year.1' luc'tance of interested Canadian Second gn financiers as a factor working i scheduled for Rcgina Wcdnes- ,'airist more Canadian teams in I day night and the third, if ncc- the XHL at present. essary. in Calgary Nov. 21. el led sas See them now! The features you want in your new Snowmobile SUSPENSION for the smoothest ride In snowmobiling. WIDE "STlNGER-STABILiTr STANCE. Nose is wider, skis farther ijparl lor morn suro-fooled hnndling. "POWER-TMRUSr CLUTCH delivers more engine power to the Iraclc. FORWARD EXTENDED SPINDLES. Skis arc farther out front, giving a better "hilc' for hotter control. See 8 New Big Red Ones tor to come thru tor Temporary LocalicM H07 Avo. A N. PLAINSMAN SPORTS LTD. Phone 328-6822 Lethbridge TORONTO (CPi Alan F.P.- Kleson, oxccuiivc director of tho National Hockey League Pip- ers' Association, said Thursdnv Iiic ad von t of the World Hockey Association, whatever its future, has had an influence on hockey that has bi'cn and po- sitive. "The announcemenl. of tlio formation of the. had led the MIL lo drop c' from its player contract, has hurried expansion and improved the climate for contract negotia- Kagleson said. "Tho XIII, owners arf rrr- tainK much more cuoperative since i lie has coinc on Ihc he said. "Of course our relationship was always good, hut they're going out of their way to helpful now.1' a (ram lo re ea.''e any on weeks' notice if his performance ua.s judged With llir clause deleied, a player now must he paid for the duration of IBS Core's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Meigrath Drive e-field ad- Cal' Red Cal. Canucks standpom age to Leafs Edm. Movers Letfi. 5 8 0 61 73 10 Easl v s the key to i is taking Boiton 10 57 3? WalLy able B d .15 59 1? 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