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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta nOE HtRAlB Monday, i7, 1771 m> fir Saturda i Thc Argus had close sev- j Ihc national final ncsl Sunday i Mis lean six-foot frame ear-1 ludancc In win Ihc hig game Tnrnntn oral limes over Ihc last against Canary Slampoders. ries only ITS pounds and be lias j but from a ste.amcd-up llumil- id .niann years, bin Saturday's came pro- TlieiMiiani's critics haven't spcnl Ihc four or five years Ion defence Ihat appeared ready I'unlav rlui-erl their first Kt'O litle j been around Ihat long. Bui the i making detractors, who judged j (o make amends for rumors as they took I he two-game hra-.li -.'-year-old rookie quart- j him loo small lo be a good pro i implying dissension on the club bv 'lliinultnn Ti- total-point Wries -in-'Jj on Ibeicrback from Notre Dame has! cat their words. 'and that coach Al Dorow was M a 17-1'" "taudfiff to; strength "f a uin at Hamil- had his :.hare of criticism here Theism.'U'ii was under ex-1 finished. K.iMn-n Con- tun the previous weekend. as well as during his college trc-mo pressure Saturday not Me came through impres- Now its out to Vancouver for: career. only from Argos' long-time nSsively, directing n formidable Rfiinx st once more r.yllli' F'RESS Dallas Cowboys vault into the Allen's Redskins seven weel lead i'i the Xa'iona! Conference j ago. Ha'-i with a r.-fl victory over i Thc Cowboys take on Los An Washington Redskins, regaining Seles Rams Thursday in a the spot tlv.-y had been pursuing IIH'O CAiT MEBSE :c'S ASWINE.P-O, BUT WHAT A VOU WERE ID EVER GET Tied UP Wl' THH 3LCKE THE Golden Bears Thanksgiving Day clash c[ Ni tional Football League diu siona! leaders. Tlie Rams harassing quarter- back John Hrodie all afterno, n and limiting puient San Fi in cisco 10 a pair of field gc ils made it a season sweep the with a iriumph that put them atop the NFC In the Sunday's other "big game. Miami Dolphins grabbed a bit of breathing room in the American Conference East i Garo Ycpremian booted tbem to a 17-1-1 victor.- over Baltimore Colls. Around (he rest of the league, Kansas City Chiefs kept on Oak land Raiders' heels in the AFC West with a 23-10 victory Denver Broncos while the Raic ers were squeezing by San Diego Chargers Detroit i Lions stifled Chiraco Bears 28-3. I Minnesota Vikinss beat. New Or- 1 leans Sninls 2.1-in. Pittsburgh Slcelers beat Nov.- York Giants '-13. Cleveland Browns crushed New England Patriots 27-7, Cin- cinnati Bengals belted Houston I Oilers 23-13, New York Jets whipped Buffalo Bills 20-7 and Philadelphia Eagles swatted St. Louis Cardinals 37-20. In tonight's televised game, j Green Bay Packers invade At- lanta to take on the Falcons. "Thirteen points just isn't great deal bv am' DOAN RECEIVES TROPHY- Phil Doan, right, receives the C. N. frophy as the Cowboy of the Year in 1hn Canadian Rodeo Cowboy Association. Corne Mortens of Coaldate is the sculptor of the trophy. !ancruet ends JL year ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES 55 54 62 75 -11 98 EAST DIVISION T F 2 A 90 43 30 i Atli running game over Exhibition Stadium's mud-encrusted field for by Leon passing for .six completions on 1C tries for 113 yards. Thc six completions weren't an overwhelming statistic in the game, by comparison lo Hamil- ton quarlerback Wally Cabler's 19 completions in 3.i attempts for 212 yards. But he didn't have any inter- cepted, after throwing three in I he Hamilton game, KM! long j L T F A Pl completions took tile Argos out cai. cougars 13 o es 39 of trouble from the area of their J goaf pOSlS. Helm, Movers 7 9 0 77 65 Another went with nccdllc-like I accuracy fo tight end Me! Profit I 3 for a touchdown, just cut of the j LEAGUE reach of Hamilton defensive back Carney Henley who had a j clear run for the Argo goallinc! Montreal 12 had he made a successful pick-! 13 Running back Symons scored the other six-pointer with u a' Ivan MacMillan adding another five points wilh two converts and a field goal. Hamilton got touchdowns from running backs Max Ander- on, a disputed call that the offi- cial on thc spot ruled on imme- diately, and Dick Wcsolowski. lommy Joe Coffey was success- ful on one conversion and kicked a single on a field goal attempt. Punter Paul McKay added another single. Hamil- ton's defence broke through as Theismann yielded a safety touch early in (he game. GAIJLER'S GAME GOOD For thc second game in a row, Gabler provider! Hamilton with a respectable offence. But the Tical sorties into Toronlo territory were snuffed out by l.he Argo defensive line, particu- BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet Boston 12 7 .632 Philadelphia f f .SCO York lulfalo 7 11 Central Division .....B 10 5 75 ai 59 1 75 -10 27 7 56 59 51 4 5? 72 M A 50 74 1-1 5 57 77 13 6RL 2V, 3 WEST DIVISION Pittsburgh LEADERS j 5 0 6.J 33 30 6 12 3 67 9B 15 5 11 3 49 61 13 4 15 1 47 85 9 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Milwaukee Detroit Fhocnix Pacific Division Seattle Portland Houston .850 .500 .176 .190 NY Buf ;tt, Buf HOCKEY SCORE SUNDAY A Ph IV 34 i ia 32 I 19 32 i 11 31 I Pet. .772 .611 .500 .412 .412 A EL I ni jta pocketed in the roping event. Bews won his first all around CALGARY The most sue-! title back in 196fi but did not By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff less the defence is playing like season in the annals of j piek up another Canadian crown nf im'orin Mustangs of: second largest crowd in l.he ?cv- UiKion. Out, returned the Van- cn.voar of CoIlcRC Bou-ls icr Tropiiv to the Satiirclav on the loo of kicked Paul Knill.' A was tclcvlsa1 natlor'- Thcrc -.vcrc fov.cr than Tour ally looked minuter in trie Cana- upon by Jim coach of riian College r.r.ul football game the Bears and Frank Cosentino. ours, sair Dallas quarterback Canadian rodco drcw to a con. i until this year. He garnered t.taubach, who scored the Satulxlav CVPning at thc over flO.OOO this season. S3.000 came s only on a 29- j posh Cal- i more than second place fui- yarrl scamper the first time thc j Tnn M isher Kenny McLean. Cow-boys got. their tends on the ball. Mike Clark got his foot into it twice for sU and field goals. gary Inn. Tom 'eper the Close to l.noo rodeo fans All i look in lte banqllct and wilnCSS- crl the presentation of thc C. N. Woodward Trophy to Phil Doan Dauphi -ield goals. Tr Erodie threw four Int.erccp- tropny-saddlcs, j ions, three of them picked off eniblema ic o the steer wrest- tvoodw by Gene Howard. But the other one was the killer, a I heft by Jim Nettles who ran it back 29 Jimmy Gladstone took thc 1, The Woodward award, a mag- i 12.74'.' pcclatcrs in Var-1 coach of the -Mustangs, as "a ege tured by Corne Martens of Coal- dale, is presented annually to yards for a touchdown in thc calf roping honors, winning a Mly Stadium v.WKnill booted credit tii ifillal "limltc of lhc first holf to i ,S8'C1U5 in e..................., 17-yard field goal cleanly be-: ball" I put the Hams ahead 14-6. Ear-[ event. The Cardsion competitor j for bctlormenl. of (ween in give West- Knill an excellent mmlcr and !licr Rnman Gabriel had flipped picked up his second Canadian! rodco ami also fiisplays skill em a 15-M victory over Univer- placement put seven of 13--vard EcorinS 5trike lo Jack sity of Golden Bears i ;Jie winners' points on the board I "now' from with two field goals and a con- I THEY'LL PLAY AGAIN It was the first time in thc i vert on a touchdown by Tern- Baltimore has four Ifith position m the world calf-1 bronc ridicg title. Operator_of a close game that Mustangs were Han-ey. Western's other two including another one with the j roping standings. In finishing the "Cowboy of the Year." Tlie 5 j trophy goes to the cowboy who roping crown, bis first coming Sp0rismanship and personality! i Dale "Trapper'' Trottier won Jim finished the season in: his third consecutive bareback ilrtl OIIItT 1 WO 111LTlUUll I ti (ilUfUK-'l U1IC lilt ahead, after trailing the Bears i points" were conceded by Percy t Dolphins on Dec. wipe MGth he missed becoming the 7-0. 7-s ar.d 14-12 by quarters. Kosak on a safety touch" I out Miami's i'i-game lead. first Canadian roper to go the The Gift That Will Keep On Giving GENERAL ELECTRIC PORTABLE 15 The Colts scored first on Don National Finals Rodeo. Only the Nottingham's four-yard run in the first period. But in the third, the Dolphins bounced in front as trap-line in the off season. Trot- tier won over this year in winning the title. The 1971 bull riding king is top 15 competitors make it to j John Dodds of Ponoka. He set the finals. Gladstone's biggest win of tlie 57.611 over i a record in the event, earning Kiick plunged over from W i one-yard out and Bob Grie-sc hit Fleming with a 10-yard j touchdown pass. Before the pe- ;ir j riod was over, though, it f 1 tied again as Norm Eulaich jj itlC bulled over from thc four. That left it up to Yepremian. whose 20-yard field goal with remaining in the gair.e provided Miami with the win- ning cii-shion. Len Dawson of the Chiefs threw for three touchdowns and vards. year. Dodds year came at renown- j crowned off his great year by ed Calgary Stampede where ho I qualifying for the National decision controversial Daryle Lamonica also threw 5 j for three for the Raiders, out- shining the 321-yard aerial dis- M A K A C A I B 0, Venezuela (AP) Filipino Erbito Salavar- ria's defence of his V.'orld Box- ing Council f 1 y w eight title Top load O Rinse and hold 9 Pots and pans Fine china cycle Daily lood cycle 9 Scff food dispenser Detergent dispenser Rinse glo dispenser ,j 15 place selling j play by the Chargers' John against Betulio Gonzalez of Yen without a decision "V.'c were good to the last Saturday night after thc cham- said v.ho had San i Picgo on the Oakland four-yard daring the. 15- Finals to be held in December. Special presentations were made to retiring CRCA presi- dent Malcolm .Jones and War- ren Cooper, veteran rodeo an- nouncer. Ernie Dor in was named the wild horse race champion and Pat McHugh took thc wild, cow milking crown. The amateur saddle bronc king was Bart B rower while Rocky Hubley took two awards He was named the rookie of the year and won the Blair Wills Memorial Trophy as the high point permit holder. Veteran chuckvagon Tom Dorchester, still compet- ing af. dO-plus, uon his fourth Canadian chuckwagon title. larly Jim Stillwagcn, Jim Corri- gall and George Wells, who con- tinually harassed Gabler and cut off his running game when it became a scoring threat. Hamilton's offensive line gave Gabler good protection and time to pick his receivers, but the Argo pass defence was so bot- tled up the long-ball threat that the Hamilton quarterback found more success hitting secondary targets that netted short yar- dage. Theismann, who admitted after the game his dressing room composure masks a "bub- bly, excited feeling." said he could think of one mistake that may have been a criticial turn- ing point in the game. With Toronto holding a M-10 lead in the second quarter, an interference call gave the Argos a first down at Hamilton's one- yard line. On the subsequent play, Ticats recovered a fumble to nullify a score that would have put the Argos into a com- j Vtrnri manding lead. "1 was in such a hurry to Rive iSATU McQuay the ball I hit fDave) Cranmcr with it in the back." said Theismann. He admitted if was bad timing on his part, but Cranmcr suspected "Joe didn't 1 know I was right in tight that! Baitimor, time.'' Argos' decision to play con-1 servatively through the last J quarter was dictated by coach Dan Leo Cahill. He had kick retur- ners lying down in tlw face of onrush ing tacklers and in- structed Theismann not to take unnecessary chances that might misfire. admitted Cahil, "I told them not to take any chances. "He had a good lead at the time so I just told them to make A Puffnlo 3 icaqo 7 Pittsburgh 1 American vfl Scotia T Clndnnnt! 3 evidence 1 Western San Portland 1 Central Dallas 3 Kansas City 1 Omaha 2 Tulsa I Eastern New Jersey 5 Roanoke 3 Jacksonville 7 Charlotte 6 Long Island 5 Syracuse 7 International Daylon 6 Des Moines 3 Toledo 5 Columbus 4 Flint 3 Muskegon 2 Western International Spokane 7 Cranbrock 2 Prairie Saskatoon 6 Calvary 3 Manitoba Junior St. James 11 6 SI Boniface 6 Selkirk 5 6 West Klldo- 6 Kcnora 3 Saskatche >ri 1 1 Dflm Junior 6 Virtoria 7 t r urgent 7 Regina 1 OUP Jaw 1 Hu-mboirt! 1.1 1 Western Canada Junior Edmonton 3 Calory 3 Saskatoon 3 Win PNn RCn 0 Van Nnw Westminste Brandon A Swift Mrdkine Hat Alberla Junior Drer 7 Lethbridtjfi A Drumheller 9 Edmonton 7 umbia Junior Philadelphia 2 Monlrenl 7 Torcnto 5 California 1 Sf. Louis A Pittsburgh 7 Minnesota -1 New York I Los Angples. 3 Dptrrit 1 American BASKETBALL SCORES SATURDAY NBA York Baltirv.oro 1H Atlanta Phwnix 10? Detroit 105 Buffalo 5S Chicago 173 Boston 104 Seattle Portland 100 Golden State 107 100 ABA PiHsburqh 113 Memphis 10J Kentucky 120 Carolina 107 Denver 117 Floridians 97 Utah 103 Dallas 99 Western Cotlegi Saskatoon 96 Winnipeg 81 Calgary 57 Alberta 53 Manitoba 69 Brandon 60 B.C. 115 Lethbrldge 37 FOOTBALL SCORES SATURDAY CFL Hamilton 17 Toronto 17 Toronto wins two-game, Eastern Conference final 40-25 College Bowl Western 13 Alberta 14 Western wins title AMERICAN CONFERENCE EASTERN DIVISION VV L T F A Pet. Mlarrl fl l l 238 117 899 Reltimorr, 1 3 Q 27.1 102 .700 England A f, 0 157 255 .JOO ri.Y. Jets d 0 133 206 .JOO Buffalo 0 10 0 134 308 .000 i CENTRAL DIVISION 5 5 0 156 212 .500 PidlbiTCh 1 5 0 198 205 .500 Cincinnati ..3 7 0 193 178 .300 Houston l 8 1 243 .111 WESTERN DIVISION Oakland 7 1 2 282 188 .87J Kama'- City ..7 3 1 217 .778 Mn Diego 4 f, f) 253 230 Denver 2 7 1 14S 196 .222 I NATIONAL CONFERENCE I EASTERN DIVISION 1 W L T F A Pet. DallM 7 3 0 253 165 .700 i Washinoton A 3 1 172 136 .667 i N.Y. Giants 4 A 0 172 231 dM I Philadelphia .3 6 1 125 227 .331 fit. Louis 3 7 0 171 206 .300 CENTRAL DIVISION i Winr-.ila R 2 0 151 8? .800 i Drrrcil t> ,1 1 752 187 .A67 rhirsqo ..ft i p 159 17B _wo Green 3 5 1 179 188 .375 WESTERN DIVISION 1 I- sure they away. didn't fumble it 6 Oklahoma City Kansas City 3 Tvjlsa 2 Eastern Greensboro B Now Jersey 1 S'. Petersburg 3 Charlotte 2 3 dintcn 3 Johnstown 3 Lonn Island 3 International Muskeoon 5 Dayton 3 Fort Huron f. Columbus 1 Flint 5 Toledo 2 weslern lnternalion.il Ktmberley 8 Nrhon 7 Spokane 7 Trail 3 Manitoba Junior SOCCER STANDING ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 200 157 0 704 139 .600 1 188 175 .500 3 172 736 .365 L P A PH 7 33 20 n 2 31 13 75 3 32 17 25 S 15 17 13 S 78 II 73 Dauphin 3 Kei 2 Weslern Junior Brandon 8 Medicine Hat 6 Flin Flon A Vancouver 3 Dorow, whose immediate] coaching future was determined j Edmonton r. Sunday when Treat general' manager Ralph Sazio sent him1 UBA' 7 victi to scout a couple of U.S. college j games this week, was discn-1 'B.C. junior chanted with the officiating. I I Drumheller 3 nlercollcglate Burrjry 9 urday because cf FA Cup play. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I 3S 78 U 77 33 20 11 24 12 23 35 22 71 Hearts St. J'slone Rangers Ccwd'beath 51 V.irren 10 HAMILTON 17, TORONTO 17 HAM Yards rushini 1 35 2 33 15 IS 3 21 IA 15 5 31 17 U 1 37 10 3 40 19 72 3 2B 17 19 5 37 21 18 5 35 27 18 TOR pass picked off by thu Raiders' fer-cd to WBC for a final as the bucking horse of thc Locals idle for almost, livo iceeks 15 place setting KlIC IOI' UUllOSl. llVO WCCKS I' J69 Rustlers bek Sugar Kings 7-4 11-0 Sug.ir >iV-i! and Mikn Clarke; Don Dirk ami Don SimHuki I.n Kdmonlon three RO. E Available in Avocado and Harvest Gold 0 GRAIN TAKEN ON TRADE Buy hi Try il for a monlh Then if you can livs without ill Bring it Backl 319 7ll, STREET SOUTH Sug.ir Kin, camo ompty-Iiantird ns: thoy suffered a 7-! AIlKTta Ju-1 nior Horkfy rlfcision In l the Fui.-'tlcrs in Rrd Ocor .Sun- j i day i Thc loss didn't ailcr thc Sugar Kingfi' position in tlio standings i as thoy still resl in .sixth pluce with 10 points, Ilou'cvnr, the victory puslicd the Hustlers into soln possession of second place v.ith a tv.'o point CYlgc over Ihn Criltj.iry Cinncks. Harryl Ifd Rastlors with tv.'O goals and Wayne i Krehs, Dime Doun T.ind- l.'-'indy AnrliT.'i'-iii.ik l.rMh brulgo will) tm goals while T.ysing and Mike Clarke scorr-d thc other Sugar Kings Rod Ilnor drew 11 nf the game'.-. IIP penalties wliich in- dueled .six majors, three, to each team. IjCtbbridfjp Crawford made -It save.s Keith Di'laiH'y stopped for lied The .score was tied 1-1 after Ibe firs! period and Red Deer scared Ilireo gonN wilhin R.'i seconds through thc second period lo lake a 1-2 lead going inlo tlie final period. Mcauv.-hilc in I'.duior.tnn three li. V.TS.T ;p; In ;i 7 over lidmonlon Maple Leafs fiunday. Don Dirk ami Don Simiiuk fiot two goals eacli for Ihc Fa) citns and (iary Bcnihridpc and Pu.shie roundrd out 1 Dnimheller's scoring. Drev.'icki led tlu- with three gonl.s, but in a losing I fausc. Bill Kidd twice I and Craig Slylos and Dnrrell I Zcliuski scored a goal each. i The clubs wore tied 4-4 after tlie first jxjriml and liklnionton moved into thc lead with the only goal of the second period. Dnimholler scored five Ihird- [x-riod goals find thc Ix-afs got two for thc win. Dnimhellcr goallcndcr Kriskon kirkfd out, Kdinoiv Inn hnt-i p.i'l II." U'.-iK ni.vic :M The learns split jninor pciiaJUcs, In Kdmonlon three goals in l.bf1. last period v.errn'l quilr enoilgb Salurday night as nrumhcllcr l''alcons had their feathers trimmed by Kd- nionton Movers. Thc Movers beld a 3-0 lead going into the final 20 of play on goals by 13rian Oo.s- Jim Jliller and liob Eirl- ncy before Ihc Falcons struck.. Don vSimil.uk connected on two goals and Ryan Wcckcr ou one lo even tha score hut Terry Ewitfiiik saved the game for the Movers with two quick goals. Kdmonlon took eight of 11 prn.-'hi'v. ircludilK! Ihc finiy iraj'ii1 of llr: Dnimheller oul.shot l.hc home team .Tfr33, SNOW CLEAT TRACTION TIRES F78-11 Studded Whito 078-14 Sludded F78-15 Studded Whilo G78-15 Studded Each....... ELRICH TIRE LTD. TIM SALES 4 SERVICE Avt. South MOM or 317-4US ;