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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Jj THE I.CTHBRIDCE HERALD Friday, November 26, 1971 is choice TI-T (Cl'i Him ITU ('onli-mur, u numi'd with iin spi'oih, but plau-i- roi'OviTcd li.s when PM.UT llil-'1 Ihirris, asked lie picki'd win Hie .1 ivi'il lliv.l llus Calpiry, cup. i'.1' '..r.v SlanipnliTs TIMTV Kiaii.slien of he said, "by seven :'U 10 take Almu-lti'-s named points'.1 MH'ihv lirriiKiM ami Canadian: The footlnll Wiiiiii- iv :v; i v.Ti'ei-s anil hm-di-aMcrs ill the f ih0 MV'.'pifd his award' nine Canaduui League cilics, is sponsored by Sehcnk-y Distilleries, Mil. JnnfiS beat out halt- back Leon of Toronto Argunuiils, the which traded ;mny at tic cud of last .sea.'ii'w. "I was all set to get cf f ,7 i o u t of Jonas said, diilehijif! his Iropliy. "I had a high-sehooi eoachinf! job lined up. 'J'hen I was traded and Winnipeg called me.1' after a season of dis- content witli Toronto during which It? was part of coach Ix-o Cahill's unique two-qiirirlrruack 1 rolalicin system, caught fire wilh Winnipeg. The veteran, who eanie to Ca- nadian football from Orlando Panthers of the Cmitinnilal League, led the CFL- in passing with 253 completions in -KX at- tempts for yards and was scoring champion of the WFC, helped by his kicking ability. In his emotional acceptance speech Jonas said: "Many of you who yoted know what it means to go through a i football camp through the' THIS IS MARY'S GIRL _REAL LITTLE BIG YEAH IT MUST BE KNOW VER NOT Fl VOU, KID 'AVE DONE ETTER football camp through 11t _ grind and (lie sweat and the j A S llOOp SMIXOII OpeilS .ii'rinv nnH Ilin im'n.'iii.; LOOKING MORE LIKE MOVIE STARS Wayne Harris, i-ig in Vancouver. Harris plays with Calgary Stampede's, left, Dan Jonas, centre and Evanshen were named Jonas with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the winners of the 1971 Shenley awards Thursday even- with Montreal Alcuelies. See slcry. Back in thick of scoring race BOYS' AND GIRLS' SKATE EXCHANGE Our Used Skates Are O SHARPENED SHiNsD e NEW LACE5 SANITIZED PAIR APPROX.....ffifM EQUIPMENT BY COOPER AND C.C.M. WE WIH TAKE YOUR OLD HOCKEY EQUIPMENT ON TRADE WE HAVE THE BEST PRICES ON HOCKEY STICKS In S. Alberta by Victoriaville C.C.M. e 8 Koho Pacific Pro Over 600 Dozen in Stock nt Direct Factory Prices! ClIARGEX BERT MACS CYCIE LTD. 913 3rd Avc. S. Phono 327-3221 Open Thurn, Fri. Till 9 p.m. "Serving Alberta for T.v Till-: CANADIAN 1 T oh 0 v if t t i c t i L i n dc L i f L 1 I I i o I kl .1 in 1 1 lie i i 1 been ngc p c ,V si'orrrs in Eui n goal, the1 wijincr, and throe assists acainst the Flyers jnit him in tho race, nirrontly tcnrn- in.'ite Phil In A AAIBORG ii in 'abiv niosL in tlio minds of Boston I'ans. Bruin ni.inaccmon- in particular, i.s of v-lnpcr Ken Ilodiie. The solid can't It': in the Region Hfivup, sire ing six-feet inches above the ice surface. It v. i.s Thursday night, when wrestled off the Phil- (ict'enec: v.'hile Orr sped in to recover his own re- bound and punch home the winner bthinci Flyer goalie Doug Faveli to break a. 2-2 tie. The En; ins fans, however, hsve been uverlook- JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF the1 scoring machine that pot- led -i." noaU last year HIT: ran his point toials to 105, f'Hirlh be1.-1 in the league behind team-mates Esposilo, and Johnny Bucyk. The were f.i it nfiain Thursday nJcht at Bos- ton Gardm where little cl.-e a pprcc; tod but the word IliKlRe, a 27-year-old n.itivc of Birmnighnm. Enplanri grew up in Toronto, ranks irird anicng Bruins in points, v.-itli Ul. but has managed only four Eft a Is in 21 ganrj.s. A year ago he hnd 12 po.'ils and 37 .insists and raiikfd third in the NHL behind the current His inability to find the tar- pet this year has had him in the Bruins' doghouse on a couple cf occasions whc-n coach Tom Johnson decided a rest on the bench might help tho over-all Boston offence- U'hich, aside from Orr, had been HACK IN RACE Thursday's win put the hack in the rriL-e for the Division leadership ;il me fewer than they in lexl- iml I ho division a year go and one behind the current ic.'uicrs, York v. ho played one less agony and l.he injuries. Many times we ask whether it's really worth it. "This award answers this question." WIN'S A FIRST Kvanshcn, who became the only player to win the in both won as a flanker with Calgary in defeated defensive back Dick Dupuis of Edmonton Eskimos. Referring to Montreal's slide from Grey Cup champions to last in the Eastern Con- ference in one season, he said; "I'm only sorry the team isn't here. We went frcm first to but we'll be up. We'll be there in Hamilton in 1972.'' Quiet-spoken Harris, ,-isked how he fell about his record fourth victory "I'll feel a lot better Sunday afternoon when we go back tho Grey Cup.'1 He defeated .Mark Kosmos, outride with Mont- j real. HONOIl VETEltANS Prior to the ceremonies hon- oring (he plau'i's, re-cognition was accorded three somewhat older personalities. Named to the Canadian Fool- ball League Hail of Fame were, i Jackie Parker, Hal Patterson, and Len Back. i Parker, general manager of, British Columbia Lions, was Canada's outstanding player in 1953 and r.nd seven times won the Jeff Kicklin j award ;-s the western player I most valuable to his team. He j wns a member of the Eskimos when they won three consecu- tive Grey Cups, In a playing career that lasted from 1951 through he scored 88 touchdowns, kicked 40 field goals, 103 converts and 19 sin- gles and passed for another II touchdowns. He played both at halfback quarterback. Patterson, who played with i Montreal and Hamilton Tiger-1 Csts until retiring in j played 14 years and .scored 75 touchdowns. fi4 on and j three on kick-off returns. His longest kick runback was 105 yards and his longest gain on a pass play was 109 yards, a record that still stands. Another Patterson record still on the books is S.Tfl yards on pass re- ception.s in a single game in the year he won the out- standing player award, i During his career he aver- i sued '20.6 yawls on passing j plays and his average kick run- j back was 27.1! yards. Back is a director of Hamilton rong horns at 'Raskctlmll will ho the big thing this i set to go in Lc'Jibridge, Card- ston ar.d In Lcthbridge. tha University of Lctlibricige Pron.ehorns will look for their first Western Canada .Men's Basketball League vic-fory host- ing the University (if Canary j Dinosaurs twice. j It should be quite an affair between these two clubs as us- ual and action will be the call of the dav. For one thine. Pronghorns' starters Bill MaL'ierowski, Doug and Clark Sloan have at j out time or another played with i moft ef the Dino.-ruirs. j Mapierowsld and Jotin Powell of Calgary will be the ones to keep an eye on this weekend due to an incident back in 196S- j At that lime the two players were teammates on the Cana- dian champion Royal Cougars. Both players were selected as all-Canadian guards, but Magi-1 erowski pot further attention by capturing the most valuable player award. It us understood that ever; since the-re has Inm a little i rivalry between tln-m. Meanwhile, the I'Diversity of Lcthbridgc Pron thorns wo- men's varsity baskrthall team open their 1971-72 home season tonitiht. against the University of Calgary Dinnics. 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