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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Lions started but just didn't last REGINA A scrawl on the blackboard said everything for Saskatchewan Roughriders Sunday after they battered British Colum- bia Lions 33-13 in the Western Football Conference semi- final before a small crowd of is said the a reference to next Sunday when Saskatchewan meets the Eskimos at Edmonton for the right to represent the West in the Grey Cup Nov. 25. Saskatchewan lost to Ham- ilton Tiger-Cats in the national final last season. had some things to said linebacker Charlie who caught a touchdown pass in a rare appearance at tight end and contributed a key interception a few-plays later. The club still was rankled by its 28-16 loss to Edmonton on the final day of the schedule. The loss cost Saskatchewan first the bye into the final and the home-field advantage. CATCHES FIRST PASS ran the ball on better than we thought Als' victory may be costly TORONTO Montreal Alouettes earned a spot in the Eastern Football Conference final with a 32-10 overtime win Sunday over Toronto but it may have been a costly victory. The who outscored To- ronto 22-0 in the 20-minute had six men injured and 'at least defensive tackle Gordon is out for the season with a knee in- jury. Pronghorns dumped by Cougars University of Saskatchewan Cougars defeated the Univer- sity of Lethbridge Pronghorns 86-75 Saturday night and managed to split a pair of non- conference collegiate basket- ball games on the weekend. Friday night the host Pronghorns dropped the Regma campus club 83-75 in the first of two exhibition matches at the U of L nasium. The Pronghorns used the weekend matches as a tune-up for their 1973 Canada West University Athletic Associa- tion Men's Basketball League opener which is slated for Nov 23 against the University of Calgary Dinosaurs. Meanwhile in Saturday night's the Cougars built up an 18-point spread by the half way mark and went on to drop the Pronghorns Kim Renwick was out- standing for the Cougars as he hooped 21 big points while Craig Douglas added another 18. Merv Prier also chipped in with 16 p'omts while Wes Stevenson notched 12 for the Cougars who led 49-31 at the half. Gary Williams was the top Pronghorn secret for the se- cond straight night with 19 points while Phil Letham and Max Zaugg aided with 16 points apiece Lauren who replac- ed starter Larry Baker at the centre carne up with one of his best performances in a Pronghorn suit as he rimmed eight points while hauling down 12 rebounds. Meanwhile the Pronghorns will see action again Wednes- day night as they host the Great Falls Argonauts. The exhibition tilt is slated to go at eight o'clock at the U of L gym. Head coach Marv Levy said Peter Dalla an all-star tight has torn ligaments in his -right defensive back Tony Proudfoot has a fractured defensive back Ron Perowne has a sore linebacker Marv Luster has an injured linebacker Mike Widger has a knee in- jury. Luster and Widger will probably be ready for next Sunday's EFC final in Ottawa against the Rough but Dalla Riya and Proudfoot are questionable starters The Dalla Perowne and Proudfoot came following punts and Levy said after the game the rules must be changed If the people who make the rules don't allow blocking on punt returns nothing but said in his first year of coaching in Canada Proudfoot was carried from the field on a stretcher after returning a punt and getting belted by a couple of Argos. He went to but was released later. The game was won by Mon- treal through its ability to con- trol the ball when it needed to the second half of overtime when it was playing against a stiff wind and leading by nine points. The mainly through the tough running of Steve kept the ball for long stretches and when the defence- came on it stifled a punchless Argo attack. For the second game in a Toronto was unable to generate an offensive touchdown and the crowd of booed quarterback Joe Theismann. At one point they want Mike Rae is Theismann's backup. They got their wish late in the second half of over- but by then the game was out of reach. who played out his option this and is ru- mored to be on his way to Miami Dolphins of the National Football said he wants to stay in Toron- to up to the Argo All Argos' points were scored by Zenon Andrusyshyn on field goals of 14 and 22 yards and a 60-yard single. MONTREAL TORONTO 10 they said who never before caught a pass or scored a touchdown as a pro. isn't to take anything away from the Eskimos. It's a good ball club and Roy Bell is we won't be that bad Saskatchewan gave up 10 points in the first quar- ter but bounced back to a 10-10 tie at halftime. Quarterback Ron Lancaster said the Riders weren't wor- ried. you kick off into a strong wind and give up good field you expect to give up some he said. had to take a chance on field because we wanted the ball with the wind in the second and fourth DIRECTS SOLID ATTACK The three-yard toss to Collins was Lancaster's only scoring pass of the but he directed a solid ground attack that controlled the ball when required. Steve Molnar scored twice and George Reed once on short plunges for the Roughriders. Jack Abendschan kicked two short field goals and three con- verts. Johnny Musso charged three yards for the Lions' set up on a spec- tacular 66-yard pass gain in- volving Jim Young and quar- terback Don Moorhead. Ivan MacMillan added a convert and field goals of 43 and 17 yards. A fumble on the second half kickoff by Lou Harris helped set up Saskatchewan's surge Abendschan kicked his second field goal a few plays later and the Roughriders never trailed. Lancaster said the Roughriders maintained field position after essential with the wind blowing at 19 miles an hour and temperatures m the low and was probably the end of SASKATCHEWAN B.C. 13 Tor First 11 Yards 133 Yards 133 Net 241 Passes 11-29 1 14 43 3-3 10.87 First Yards Yards Net Passes Warriors defeat Elks The Lethbridge Kinsmen Warriors opened their 1973-74 Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League season on a winning note at the expense of the Lethbridge Midget Elks at Henderson Ice Centre Sunday night. The warriors surprised the defending champion who went undefeated last by outlasting them 6-5 in a rough-house battle. Bob Quinell and Randy Gruninger led the Warriors' attack with a pair of goals while Terry McNeely and Greg Lewis added solo ef- forts Rich Collier tallied twice and Michel Mike Boychuk and Cam McLennan for the Elks who 'fought the Warriors to a 1-1 draw after the opening period and 4-4 tfe after the second. ItTt TNI UTHtMDM NtfULO 7 Minor hockey McLaughlin saves Goalie John well out in front of his stears a shot to the corner Sunday in Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League action. The host Native Sons suffered a 3-2 setback at the hands of Rocky Mountain House. Native Sons split two games at home Mike Jorgeanii registered his Mcoad ahutout at the IfTS Pee Wee Hockey League season by guiding the Canucks to a 64 win over the Braves on toe weekend. Brad and-RiM Gora- Hickmao aided in the one- sided- affair with two goals apiece. In another the Totems came hack from a 2-0 first period deficit and went on to defeat the Flyers Allen Mark Gretzmger'and Kit Davies tallied for the Totems while Mark Dumont ifigflhoine a pair ofjoals in a losing cause. The Totems only managed a 2-2 stalemate against the Flames' in their second contest of the weekend. John Csurka and Gerry Heathcoat scored for the Totems while Marlame Gurski twice for the Flames. The Lethbridge Voyageurs managed a 7-7 tie with Pincher Creek in a Pee Wee Four Hockey League game Friday night. Bruce Besplug notched a pair of goals for the locals. The Voyageurs had better luck in an exhibition match Saturday as they edged Great Falls 2-1. Danny .Laronde and Nell Court flipped in solo efforts for the host club while David Rowe replied for Great Falls. In a local Pee Wee league Dennis Vervoort rapped in two goals led the- Penguins to a decision over the Falcons. David and Richard Burla added singles for the winners while Michael Manson and Martin Kuhn slipped in a goal apiece for the losers. MeamritiW in a Baatam E the Blades earnet a slim 1-0 victory over UM Bruins. Clark Bosch managed UM only goal in the gaim while Louis Lemane recorded the shutout. Brian Van Egmuad rifled ii a pair of goals and paced the Nuggets to a sound 4-1 verdict over the Eagles. Richard Dubinaki and David Madura aided in the win witli a goal each'while Rob Boulton replied for the Eagles. Stan Sawicki blasted in three consecutive goals and propelled the Ramblers to an easy 7-2 win over the Kings. Don Jarvie'chipped in with a pair of markers while James Coghlin and Dave Popovitch added singles. Rolf Quint and Dale Belshet scored for the Kings. The Lethbridge Blazers suf- fered a 5-4 setback to the hands of the Cardston Saturday. Robert Wood tallied twice ir a losing cause. The Kings battled the Mustangs to a 1-1 draw ir another Bantam B contest Sunday. Brent Belsher rammed in a goal for the Kings while Robert Hoffman tallied for the Mustangs. Clarence Taal registered a hat-trick and led the Argos to an easy 7-1 victory over the Lions. Peter Sarich and Jay Bentham chipped in with a pair of goals while Curt McDonald replied for the In Bantam A play over the the Maple Leafs and Oilers battled to a 3-3 stalemate and the Lethbridge Voyageurs dropped Fort Macleod Royals 4-1 Lethbridge Native Sons went shopping over the weekend for a Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League vic- tory. They came up with half a loaf. Playing at home the Sons dropped Hanna Ambassadors 8-6 Saturday night. Sunday they dropped their guard and suf- fered a 3-2 setback at the hands of the Rocky Moun- newest entry in the league. The outshot Hanna 31- 21 Saturday night as Joe who started the year with the Lethbridge scored twice. Solo markers went to Jim Piero Glen Allan Rod Pocza and Reg Osmond. Jim Nill scored twice for Hanna as the visitors got the nod on nine minor penalties as Bowling CAPRI BOWL J.C.C.A. Mike Tobo 308 Nobby Tajin 305 Sandy Shigehiro 269 Sumi Medoruma 286 Masa Goshinmon 277 Mun Takeda Tak Katakaml Gus Monyama Roy Senda Marj Fujita 257 Jiro Miyagawa 266 Kaye Ayukawa 251. MORNING COFFEE Lydia Geworsky 314 Jenny Smits Sharon Davidson 322 Lois Weir Kay Davison 253 Verna Volden 269. Cheryl Fleming Liz Higo 252 Marie Barnett 259 Kathy Ludwig 262 MARTINIZING Masa Goshinmon 287 Mane Oseen Lorraine Kirchner Isabella Bergman Mert dually Isabel Orsten 264 Dorothy Anderson 259 Carolyn Wilde 337 Manlda Brown Frieda Boulton 264 GREENS SHOES Isabella Bergman 277 Dianne Viohm 305 Joan Moore Jean Christie 268 Bev Mezel Eleanor Dorigatti 308 Al Smith 330 Tim Stotyn 298 Al Unrau 307 John Rempel 308 Roy Chanda 321 Bill Hamilton 317 compared to eight for the Sons. Sunday Doug Russell stole a loose puck for Rocky Moun- tain House and scored the winning goal late in the final period Glen Anderson and Bill Austin completed the scoring for the Mountaineers. Rocky outshot the Sons 30-23 while picking up five minor the Sons served six Native Sons are idle until Wednesday night when they meet Taber Palace Pats in Taber. Stampede TABER CIVIC CENTRE p.m. Omar Atlmvs Tor Kamata Stomper GouMfe vi Bob Pringle 5 Exciting snowmobile buyer's guide Vikings close in on title In running backs Bill Brown and Dave Osborn Helped Minnesota Vikings get to the Super Bowl. Sunday the veterans moved TOUPEE TAPE 2-SIDE ADHESIVE holding power than had More with by rorwnott dMtgrwr of halrpMCM IM up. Our 2-akM win you fMl at aH tlmtr 5 6 rolto....... erwck or morwy ordw Mlfl. ordtr 3 tollt HAIRMATE ion 3111A AHix TM ffmi the Vikings a step closer toward returning- to that championship game when they ran 101 and 79 yards respectively to lead Min- nesota to a 28-7 victory over Detroit Lions in the National Football League. The decision gave at least a tie .for the National Conference Central Division Brown's touchdown helped give .the Vikings their 14th straight victory and a triumph in any of their remaining five or a Ion by either Chi- cago or Green Bay will clinch the divition title for Minnesota. In other NFL Sunday Pittsburgh beat Oakland Miami walloped Baltimore 44- Cincinnati tripped Buffalo Washington beat San Francisco Lot Angeles whipped New Orleans Atlanta defeated Philadelphia Cleveland dumped Houston Green Bay beat St. Louis 25-21 and Denver defeated San Diego 30-19. Kansas City plays Chicago Bears tonight. For the best of- fence was a great led by Dwight White. The 24-year- old defensive end intercepted two passes and set up a touch- down to pace the Steelers to victory. Miami's Tim Fotey scored two touchdowns on runbacks of blocked punts in the victory over Baltimore. Soccer-style kicker Horst Muhlmann kicked a field goal with three seconds remaining to give Cincinnati its three- point win over Buffalo. Muhlmann's three field goals broke a tie brought on by 0. J. Simpson's 32-yard third- quarter touchdown. Simpson picked up 99 yards on 20 carries to raise his nine-game total to Sonny Jurgensen and Billy the ailing Washington provided the one-two punch which brought the Redskins out of a two-game losing streak with a 33-9 victory. Jurgensen tossed an 18-yard touchdown in relief of who later returned to fire two scoring strikes of his own The- Saints came back to earth after winning two straight games as Lawrence McCutcheon scored once to help Los Angeles win. remained in con- tention in the NFC West with its win over Philadelphia. The Browns scored 17 points in the first quarter to defeat Houston. The Broncos rallied behind veteran Charley Johnson to defeat San Diego and spoil the coaching debut of Ron Waller. Floyd Little ran for two touchdowns and Johnson threw for two more. John Brockington rushed 28 times for 1.17 to lead the Packers. It doesn't take a tot of money to get a lot of fun out of winter. Choosing a snowmobile isn't easy. Especially with so many ma- chines to choose from. But Ski-Doo has an idea that'll help you make up your mind. It's called Elan. SltS On me SnOW LOinpaCl ground pressure of less than a third of COfI1p3Ct pTICC a pound per square inch. carries Elan is a different kind of snow- you through deep snow conditions that mobile. A compact. Because it's some other shorter than full-size it's machines more man- wallowing. oeuvrable in tight situa- tions. And because Elan is lighter than full-size snowmobiles. the whole family can handle safely and easily. Good handling makes Elan a great machine to own whether you're an experienced nder or a newcomer. whether you're. buying your first snowmobile or your what you'll like best about the compact Elan is the compact price. It'll take you any- where the big ones for a lot less money. FuIHaze fall-size traction Although Elan is shorter and lighter than a full-size its track is a full-size snowmobile track. And its ski-stance is a stable inches wide. A of machine for the money Pound for Elan is a lot of sled. Because Ski-Doo put a lot into it. A tough and reliable Rotax engine. An endless rubber track reinforced -with flexible embedded rods. A comfortable 3-layer foam sandwich seat. Easy access con- trols. Tinted windshield. And a full one-year warranty There are 5 Elan from the economy 250 single cylinder choice of electric to the 250 twin deluxe and the hot five ways to get a lot of fun out of winter for a little bit of money. See them at your Ski-Doo dealer's. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 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