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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO HIE IUNBRIDGE MERAU) Novimbrr I.V 19'' i'ou rlli spelled 'Riders doom H o( Ilio ITII 1'iKilliall I'oi'.fcmiro Tin1 MTOIK! U foi' Jtn.'in.l with Iho Ihinl. if 'live Sunday afu-nu Kml'.lon llen.Iei I season IS-puinl litilliinK' Ron and ran it hack for .1 75-yard touchdown al of the fourth quarter. II. inspired Ihe Klampeders who trailed 21-1" after Him; in Kresie i intoivepled a following two touch- I Heed and another by halfback Hobby Thompson. During regular-season play, Ihe Stampcders inlei'i'epted 35 passes for yards, be.sL in the Canadian Football League this throw n" In- Saskatchewan'quart-'downs by hnrd-ninnint; fleoi'KC I year anci 28 yards short of the iad iheir chances often enough. Mad MM 'I il I fornnlo i in 1 in to i ipitalize i II i i lapses j nfi 1 m Jio Ccfiei inabil- i i i the ball between the n nt the Tiiier-Cats 11 i 2 Ins in the i :mo oi Uie Eastern i 1 i k cite s l o-gamc i m cai i a 1 I i ii tl i second ganlt i CNE Stadium next vii-timireil defensive l I u iFr i >-'wid Jim Henderson r i i' il n fit n Joe r k ck f a i i i n i n Midi 01 m. i' L 3 hep for the A ID rrice to f i 11 n 1101 score by f i i uncann; n n i ut i icnts from rrl I i j llanii s m i i o'fuice, surt- Seattle..... 2 13 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Hew York fi Vancouver Bnston 11 I AnfjflP'i 1 57 1 45 0 54 PRO BA5KETRAIA NBA Eastern Conferenco Atlantic Division W L Pel. nati Central Divi 5 ion -557 nta -1 10 .784 eland 4 11 .767 Western Conference Midwest Division ulM 15 1 Pacific Division 11 2 1 1 Gulden S Portland j Houston I NFL j NATIONAL CONFERENCE I EASTERN DIVISION Holla I fi.Y, I St. Giants W 5 F A Pet 1 IS? 113 ,75n 0 7 it) 161 .447 0 159 115 .4'.i 0 115 .375 1 83 707 .250 Ph'ladolpliia CENTRAL DIVISION Minnesota .-7 7 0 178 T) .778 Oiiciao 3 0 'W f-.it S 3 1 11i 179 ,615 Green 3 S I 179 133 .375 WESTERN DIVISION San Frsn. ..630 189 122 .647 Lcs Angeles ..531 183 Id6 .675 Atlanta 1 188 175 .500 New Orleans 3 A 516! 213 .429 AMERICAN CONFERENCE EASTERN DIVISION W F A Pel i first quarter hut trailed 10-7 al j Montreal 2 Bujteto .1.. i 'tr i tnlcago 4 California i Brenner committed a cardinal i ,jie half. A one-yard plunge by j 8 pin for defensive halfbacks by j gave. Saskatchewan the Hershev 3. cri fnllowing the flow (if play to nnc j 211tj thpy increased their ide of the field and leavingJiis margin to 11 points after coverage area open on Hentlcr- son's touchdown. 2 Richmond 1 Springfield 4 Providence 3 Tidewater 5 'Baltimore 7 Western cl" l ci" Yards Net off i istown 2 Jersey 2 Inlernntional Roals Thompson's touchdown on a 37- j yard pass-antl-run play from j Lancaster, Holmes, a National Foot hall j Leaeue cut admitted in the Cal-i Revoke vaiiov 2" si. Petersburg 2 1 gary dressing room his cepUon changed the outcome of i fhe panic. i But. (hero 11 piys blocking on (hat play." RKST IIELT'KD Calgary coach Jim Duncan: said the two-week rest the St.ampcders had after taking first place gave them an oppor- j tunilv to work Henderson and j 1 721 103 .7B3 1 flnllimnro 1 1 0 707 85 .77B tjp... frn'anrj T f, 0 1.0 77R .-n't N trt-, 1 A 0 113 189 .TH Puflelo n 0 U7 785 j CENTRAL DIVISION j Clevelflnd .A J> 0 H9 IBS MA Pithburch 4 i 0 1B1 192 .-Hi finrlnpafi 7 ft 164 US .777 Houston t 7 1 116 515 .175 WESTERN DIVISION OaHand 1 1 7 2-18 155 .857 City f> 2 1 189 126 .3 S 0 150 179 .375 Denver 7 6 I 135 168 .7-50 COLLEGE SCORES EAST Army 17 Pittsburgh 1.4 Colqate 51 LafayeM; N 17 Pennsylvania Dataware 51 U 0 FULLBACK STOPPED Charlie Collins gefs to grab fullback Hugh McKinnis of Calgary Stampeders during 1ne firs? game of the best-of-three Western Football Confer- ence final in Calgary Saturday. On the ground is Gig Perez of Saskatchewan, Calgary won 30-21. Hawks fnr the King Clip S'un- dav afternoon at the Civic tre soccer pitch. The Hawks jumped to an early 1-0 lead, hut the Royals came hack with three straight markers to carry home the Cup. Peter Duckctt led Lho Royal's iilack booting in bvo goals while Dan Grczely managed a singleton. Ron Gretzinger scored the lone Hawks' goal. Field goal record linl chances in the second. It's tough to say you can beat Sas- katchewan two in a row.11 In individual Reed was the top nishc-r with 76 yards on 19 carries. Lancaster completed 15 of passes for 302 yards while allowing four interceptions. Keeling, who had one pass in- tercepted, was good on 17 of 33 attempts for 295 yards. Nolan Bailey of Saskatchewan caught five passes for 145 yards and Henderson grabbed four passes for 17 vards. i CALGARY 30, SASKATCHEWAN 51 5ASK CAL Manitoba Junio'' 13 West Kildcnan 6 ra i St. 3 Portatjc Is 6 Splk.rk 3 Saskatchewan Junior Alfcnrf f, Wsyburn 5 nb'oldt 13 Mcoss Jaw 1 Western Canflda isry 5 Sv.-ift Current ins 5 Vancouver i hcir.e Ha) 5 New Westminster i Rrantlcn i alberta Junior iary fanucVs 5 Edmonton 7 DrumheMer J :ary "Cougars 4 Red Deer B.C. Junicr 8 Vancouver 3 :u SOUTH Auburn 15 Gr-rrcia 70 novels 35 Kentucky M Georgia Trch 1? Florida SI 4 I >U "IS Misjissiopi St 3 Mississippi W Chattanooafl 10 North Carolina 32 Virginia 20 Tennessee S: Wise. "Superior Toledo .'-3 Marshall U n Wflk" Fcre-.t I1) DuVc Vi'CSt Virginia 55 VA.M 3 M1DV-GST 17 Tulsa 7 SATURDAV Hal mal Chicago scrueezes past Redskins d? -EL A By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ''I scared on a scrru-icr play." Chicago's Dick Butkus savs. H was but one play in a sorts of strange thinps tr> the National Football League i-tand- Tho Bears' big lir.rhacker found himself the offensive Mnr of Sunday's IB-'S vietary over Wasiiington Redskins !r- grahbcd a desperation Hiii 'ny Douglass pass on a broken point-after-tonchdown play. Cyril Finder had burst up tlse middle for a -10-yard scoring run that knotted the game parly in the fourth quarter. But the snap hack to Douglass on the al- converMon by .Mac squirted ;tv. ;-y ;ni'l sctJfipf-d it up on Washington's T'inder'.s run prodded the The outcome kept the surpris- rcisco '49ors 2fV2fl, Vi- only touchdown as the Rears a game of i kings no-scd out Green Bay Bears and Uedskins scored the first-place Minnesota in the Na- Packers 3-0, Dallas Cowboys de- of tlieir points on an NFL lional Conference's Central feated Philadelphia Eagles 20-7, vision and sliced the Skins' lead j Miami Dolphins edged Pitts- ovcr Dallas in the East to one-1 burgh Stceler.s Baltimore 1-12 7 3-10 MPW York 5 Bufia' Detroit 6 Philadelphia 3 Piiisburgh 6 Los Angelci Vancouver 1 Torcnlo Wonlreat 5 Minnesota 1 St. Louis 5 California 1 American Cleveland Hershey 3 TidewfltGr A SprincifWd Western Phoeni< 6 Portland 1 3 San rinrinnafi Ohio 15 Dalle 5 For Wot Michinan 35 5 J Illinois 35 Wisconsin 27 Indians M Iowa 7 Wichiqan 20 Purdue 17 Vichifjpn 5t .10 Minnesota 3S Netrraska Kansas St 17 Northwestern 14 Ohio S' 10 Nolro Darnfi 21 7 Oklahoma 56 Kansas 10 ViManova K Dayton 7 SOUTHWEST 1R South Methndi't 13 Houston U 56 Virginia Tech 19 Texas 31 Texs', Christian 0 FAR WEST Ariisna 27 Briaham Youno 14 Arirona St 52 Wyoming i? sightly screwy day that rii.l all record-tying eight field goals, by Pcrcival of is and -12 yards and five by Washington's Curt Knight, from 30, 12, 37, 9 ;uiri 27 vards out. half game. Colts nipped York Jels 14- Ihe greatest says Gord Carrie In other action. Xcw 1 13, Rams tripped Orleans Saints upset San Fran- i Detroit Lions 21-13, New Eng- land Patriots outlasted Buffalo Bills 3iWi. Oakland Raiders Walloped Houston Oilers '11 Golden 'S S Orr Tuha 6 Oklahoma City 3 Eastern Charlotte S Greensboro 3 St. Petersburg 2 Jacksonville Clinton 2 Ne-.V Jersey 0 Lonq Island 6 New Hsvrn S Jchnjtov.-n 10 Syracuse Inlernsiional 7 Dsyton A Wuskngofi Id Cfilumhus J Moires -I Flint Port Huron 6 Tolfido 3 Saskatchewan Junior Prince Albert 5 Fstevnn 3 Saskatoon 5 Recjina 4 Western Canada Junior ipeq 5 Saskaloon A SOCCER STANDINGS ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I United 11 I Flin 4 Kansas Cily Chiefs tamed i Cleveland Browns 13-7, Kew York Giants beat Atlanta Fal- .cons 21-17 and Cincinnati Bcn- tempted Pereival Douglas nm at linn. "When 1 bling around ing lor a pas went down look- 1 said Butkus, 1 he ua.s a hackfield j Curne blockcr on the conversion play. His wild waving caught Doug- lass' eye. then Butkus caught the wobbling pass that won the Saturday would dispute it. game. The iteginans literally HAMILTON '''nic.rloml the Burlington defence team ever in junior for 405 yards on the ground, led in Canada." was the hy Gord Glass's yartK The Gord Currie saw Hegina j Hams' workhorse was called on ,-tftcr tliry humiliated times to carry the bull and was an easy choice as the game's most valuable II is running males in the Ile- gina hackfield also prodiiccrl more than 100 yards rushing. EDMO.YTON (CP Fum- hlcs, interceptions ant] the pals whipped Denver Broncos i power of the University of Al- 24-10. berta Golden Bears combined to In tonight's televised St. Uniis Cardinals take I i defeat Bishop's College Caitors On m College Bowl .a.s somewhat prcju- his iiSAcssmcnt. lie Kim Ziola, a speedster, went, 100 coaches tho Rams. But few of yards off eight carries and John the at Ivor Wynne Stadium j Hroderick 102 in 35 tries. It. was the third time in as many meetings in the national Diego Chargers. ''This team is petijng better as it goes New Orleans coach J. Roberts said after his quarterback. Edd I large! t. threw his third touchdown pas1-, a 10-yarder to Virgil Robinson with 57 seconds remaining. Hargett completed KI of 21 passes without allowing an in- inc Hat 5 Calqarv Victoria 5 Swilt Current 3 Alberta Junior 7 Lethbrldnf 1 fEriinontftfi Leafs 4 Calgary Canutes 3 SUNDAY Canadian League Toronto 73 Hsmlllon B of Eastern Conference tv.'O- nnmp, total points final Ontario Senior 13 Sudbury 13 Bramalca wins title Western College Bowl Alberta i3 Quebec 1 nstlonal Norv.-ich PR DUE-' f.urnlcy Mirlditro Bournmouth Notts C Aston Villa 10 vision F A Pti 1 35 IS H 7 7 33 13 S 3 30 17 33 3 4 n IS 51 3 5 24 17 31 1 77 13 7S 1 30 10 7..S 3 11 11 71 5 33 70 71 6 74 22 Zl 1 35 1! 7< 3 28 17 71 .1 M 70 73 5 3fl 16 4 1? 13 22 .1 U 1? 7? i. 34 IB 27 i 77 17 77 1 73 12 31 15 7D Sunday. The Bear.s now will meet vesily of Western Ontario Mus- tangs, who defeated St. Mary's University Huskies Satur- day, in the Canadian inlereoilc- giale football championship at Toronto next Salurday. Ranked No. 1 in Canadian col- lege football, the Gaiters, from MOTO SKI Tougher 7 Ways FROM Prebco Recreation Vehicles 600 4lh Avc. N. LETHBRIDGE lv-fierce San Francisco defence. Edmonton-based opponents as the Bears almost, scored at will. is the most frustrating Thc deepest ft mi Is the heavier Hams have game I've ever been involved i [jon territory bealcn Burlington. The and j coach Dan Dcvino said- the Boar's ,'U-yard line were played in He-; after the Vikings shut out j A gina's Tavlor Field. I ackers, winning on r red CON s field goal with I" play. Defence nlso did it for Ihf who recovered l.hrre fumbles and intercepted two But the difference between his 1970 club. Uiat walloped the I 'raves 39-3, was the ability of this year's learn to execute a more varied offence with better precision. Flanker Sieve, scored three Ileginn touchdowns and passed to Xiola for another. (ilnss and Broderick accounted for the other major scores. Ian Harrison converted Tur- lington's lonn touchdowns, hy Bill Harrison, and kicked two iicld passes. Ouano Thomas scored on runs of one and 13 yards for Dallas. The Dolphins remained half a game ahead of Baltimore in the American Conference if Cast as Boh fired touchdown strikes of 1-', and 110 yards to Taul Vi'arlicW. in on I on punier T'erey Kosak lo roncede a safety toueh Intc in the .second quarter gave Hie Gaiters (heir only point.s. Alberta, which took Ihc ern Canada Intercollegiate Alh- lelie Association football crown wilh a (V2 record, scored six touchdown, three field goals and a safely while leading in every statistic. Halfback John Skinner led (lie Bears' offence with 171 yards rushing, including an louchdown early in Die second j ujiarler. SNOW CLEAT TRACTION TIRES F78-14 Studded White G78-14 Studded Whits F78-1S Studded White G78-15 Studded White Each 26- 95 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 402 lit South 357-4445 ;