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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Sa.u.doy, Nov.mbor 57, 1971 THS IETHBRIDOI HEKAID U force laseatter quick Pronghorns still lookin By THE CANADIAN PRESS One of the main reasons Min- nesota North Stars are on top of the National Hockey League's West Division standings is vet- eran goaltender Gump Worsley. I IK: -ji-j tm-wnj n---------- who claims to be the second-old- est player active fly LLOYD YAMACISIII Herald Sports Writer "What's wrong" That's all dejected coach Gary Bowie could say as he 'atched the University of XithbridRc Pronghorns suffer heir fifth straight Western Canada Inter-Collegiate Men's iasketball League loss Friday night. The visiting Calgary Dino- saurs took advantage of a five minute Pronghorns1 lapse and cruised to a 73 60 victory be- fore a sparse crowd at thc Civic Sports Centre last night. "We start off great, but near half time the hoys seem to relax and the roof caves i commented Bowie. "What can you he add- Bowie hit the nail on the head when he tried to ration- alize the problem at hano. The Prongnorns started out like dry grass on fire, but end- ed like a wet rncp last night. For most of the first half, the Pronghorns were a smooth- flowing ball club that tasted sweet victory. All of a sudden with in a pi Qr ,ir .si? He men for the Dinosaurs as! with nine. Kped and points respectively. Farch at B'li" and Quancc Meanwhile, lhe University ol who stands fi'8" used their long Lcthhr reaches for the hook shots to sink majority of Jicir points. Lelhbridge Pronghorn's I'cmal preliminary encounter. looks as though Coach Winter is in the same as niach AI half lime lhe Pronfihorns Bill again iilagierowski was once the higli scorer for tile ,1 the NHL, displayed all the style of a rookie Friday as the North Stars edged California Golden cuts rcmsirinp _ the first half. B" 311 rLiiis'u .liij; the Pronghorns fell apart and found themselves trailing by ight before the buzzer sound- New fighting majors One obvious reason breakdown was due the (CP) The The win moved Stars into sole possession oi first place in the West Division, i two points ahead of Chicago j Black Hawks, who have i points. KT i In tonight's action, the North stars visit Los Angeles Kings, Chicago meets thc Maple Leafs in Toronto Montreal Canadiens UJCIJ play host to Pittsburgh Pen-! prcssure and constantly gave guins Buffalo Sabres arc at j up possession of the ball. Vancouver Canucks. New York! p.-onghorns never re- Rangers invade Detroit to play g.ilncd their composure and the Red Wings and St. Louis j stood back lo watch the Dmo Zeniths take opener The MagraLh Zeniths started off their 1971-72 Southern Al- berta "A" Boy's Basketball league campaign in fine fash- ion dropping the LCI Rams 53- 42 Friday night. The host Zeniths were far from I hospitable as they took a com- Uianding 14-4 lead after thc first quarter of play. The Rams fought back des- perately and managed to scrap- SULLY SAYS -By Pal Sullivan if Uon l. be shavin oft leg iiis he had held out heard Sunday in the Dinosaurs' full-court press. nos The Pronghorns seemed to lose up a 22-20 lead at half-time. It looked as though the Rams the would carry the play from there on, but the Zeniths proved to victory more and ram- IL'ST think, would anYou "remember Don He was one of best linemen Calgary Stampeders ever had. Some three years ago he vowed he would not shave his beard until Calgary won the Grey Cup. I n- fortunalely his legs dictated to his barber. Injuiie forced him to give up the game and, as a result, oil came the beard. It's too bad Luzzi's legs had to give Calgary Stampeders will win the Grey (up in Vancouver Sunday afternoon. It will mark he end of a long drought for the faithful fans ol the red and white. Not since 1948 have the Cowlowners sip- ped from the Grey Cup. Sunday they will quench their thirst at the hands of the Toronto Argonauts. be the key held a in IS lead, hut fell apart in the second half I" lov; their s e .-o n d slraigni WCIAAV.'BL cunlest. Minnie Van Dicmi and Sharon fiiduk paced Ihc PIOIIR- horn, with 11 and point', re- spectively while Joanne_ John- son noiriicd 1'J aral Bon n i H Schmidt 10 for Ihc Dinnies. These two clubs will MC tion again tonight at 7 p.m. M o a n w h i 1 e University of Manitoba Bisons maintained their winning record in the league Friday night by dir.vn- ing University of Saskatchewan (Reginai Cougars Bisons new lead (lie prairie division with three wins and no lo.-ses. H was the first came iHs season fnr the Cougars. Winnipeg W c- s m c n moved into second spf. in the divi- sion by defeating Boh cals KMil and Viclovia defeated Alberta Golden llearf fM.im'iia TlMwi'T- birds. icawiiS t'rc divi- sion v.'ith live v.ii'.s and no loss- cs. were ;-.s were Sas- katchewan's Saka'.oon campus Huskies. MEN'S CALGARY 73 o mees nto, Montreal Canadiens their cool with the full-court lnlrd quarter. Wed to a 40-33 lead after the cials. Campbell indicated the j grc at to Boston saurs ,-omp lo victory quarter" bv about i said in reference to Ihe amount rjer cent, NHL president of time a took Jo p Clarence Campbell said Friday. brawls assign fines. More 1 ..angers and the Sabres sit the Golden SEALS. The new "rale" implemented important, he added, is the also has _speeded up blessing for fans who no longer- the time e said Campbell, although he has c Old Viac snppdod UD DiesSulg Iaili "IIU 11U have through such specta- sley said during n amp cles I last fall. "Maybe in seniority, and at one time point deficit to 13. Determined Falcons lose 7-5 I labl tail. i 1 "Our official report, which but (Toronto's) Jacques flame the ice has' goes to the governors after each ib a month older than 1 declined drastically in the first- j quarter fcking out m centlTbut one of the'35 shot, the over thc same quarter last sea-; Seals drove Ins way. son i The Seals, showing a bit moie "Last vear after 140 games rcspectability than last determined Drumheller Falcon there had been 167 majors. This whcn they sank to the bo torn of; squad 7 ._., ln an Alberta Junior Regislralioiis DRUMHELLER. Alia. (CP) Deer Rustlers nipped a close Dec. 1 Registration of teams in Pee Wee, Bantam, Midget and Ju- venile for Alberta Amateur Hockey Association playoffs is drawing to a close. For teams playing on artifi- cal ice 12 players must be reg- istered no later than Dec. 1, next Wednesday. For teams playinK on natural ice the deadline is Dec. 31. All organizations are re- card requirements to ducU the secretary manager of the AAHA. Mr. C. J. Miller, 5020 Brocktngton Road, N.W., Cal- gary. For further infcrrr.ation con- tact Gordon Orser at 327-6473, Pete Lewko or Jim Hildebrand. Tabcr 223-25J6. year it's 126. know that the being played more quickly as a result. We haven't checked the the West Division, held thc j Hockey League game Friday james arc j surging North Stars to scoreless first-period tie. deterred any "would-be offend- ers: and a third player joins in to help a team-mate, the intervcn- 'iBut j.p. Parise banged in a and Dune rebound late in the second pe- j rjeer a 3 about three minutes later wilh t what proved to be to the win-1 Mtes. Bill Haynes. Doug Lindskog Both' clubs played evenly matched ball during Ihc final quarter and the seven point I spread stood up for thc Zen- iths. In the shooting department the Zeniths were good on 41 per cent of their outside .shots muster up a 25 per cent aver- age. The turn overs were more or less even with the Zeniths giving up the ball 16 times and the Rams IB. LCI got the edge on rebounds with Richard Andreachuk lead- ing the Rams with 14 of 40 re- bounds while Wayne Harris; picked off 12 rebounds out of: the Zeniths' 38. j Andreachuk also paced the Rams with 14 points while Bryce Thomson chipped in with Burns Alston hooped 17 points for the Zeniths victory while John Balderson and Bob Grant gave Red 0 lead at the end of riod. But five goals score 5-5 after 40 mm All it; quested to forward (heir regis-1 ing player gets a game miscon- first player to leave thc bench during a fight receives a double minor penalty, leaving But Wayne Carleton scored _. _ j fourth 'goal of the season to I and Ross Mark with ui in spoil Worsley's bid for fourth shutout. Further proof that ..u.----- and Ccsare Jlaniago are the key markers, to Minnesota's success is each and Gary Bembridge wilh one Tom Lindskog and Darryl Worsley j Wallace got the Red Deer that _____ Dale Lewis go four !thf; North Stars, with Chicago to be the winnei minutes Al plavers who leave nave the lowest goal-against: tiers while Lmdskog. vuth his Seir benches during a fight are total in the NHL-36. second, got the insmance i., training camp, marker. gave a .light hint that this sea- The teams split 12 minor son may be his last. j penalties. still plaving it year by Meanwhile in Calgary the vein- because when you sign a I Calgary Mount Royal Tollece Rice added 15 and 10 respectively. i In "B" Boy's competition, the i LCI Colts edged the Magrath j j Eagles 41-40. I Ross Wakclin led the. Colts atlack wilh 14 points. Meanwhile, in exhibition the Catholic Central Cougars i blasted the Coaldalc Kale An- j j drews Gaels 57-25 Friday mghl. I Peter Sikora led the Cougars; with 17 points while Lyle Gal- lant notched 15. what proved j Bohden Mychalsiuk chipped for the j managed 10 pointi j a losing cause. Experience, balance and pride factors in the Stamps' triumph. Jim Duncan's club need only play lo the consistency they displayed against Saskatchewan Rouphridc'rs to sideline Lcn CahiU's Argos. granted, are loaded with name players H cost them a small fortune to assemble lor lhc 1971 season, bul they are still a slep away from be- ing the powerhouse expected. Calearv has been to the Grey flip three limes, 111 is vear included, in the last. four. Twice they have come up short. It can. but won't happen again. The two clubs statistically are almost equal. This is where the thin line is drawn. Stamps have the experience of a club, to neany a man who played in the national final last year. One change has been in the starting defence and two in the offence. The Cowbovs have speed in the backfield and wilh Jon Henderson, have the long ball threat Bul the mainstay of the offence is Jerry Keelin" The Stamps, with him. arc explosive and border on greatness. Without him. as was shown tins vear they are less than average. Keeling is healthy and so are his mates. Balance was the'key to their triumph over Sas- katchewan, particularly in the second game. Only in lhe late stages of the season and the finals did the passing complement the running, and vice versa. It can be said the Stampeders put it I all together. No team in Canada carries the reputation of be- a Hnll'ir for Gvcrvtimc I vc hpfird sonic one -they'll blow if again. Calgary always chokes when it comes lo the big one.'' 1 think they passed their big one knocking off thc Hough-riders. Argonauts will simply be icing on the victory cake. WOMEN'S CALGARY 46 1 ETHGPIDGE 34 SPORTS FANS! subject to a game misconduct for any infraction. you play one lime." he said at the time "Maybe this will be my last year, we'll just have to wait and sec." JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF First time ever Argonauts are explosive and some say they arc danserous. They trimmed the Stampeders in the only meeting between the two clubs. Same achievement! If that game makes them Grey Cup favorites, find some Argonaut money and fast. History shows the Argonauts dumped the Slam- peders 18-7 But the books also show that the Stamps Cougar's maintained Ifieir on first place in the leagin day night with a 4 2 win over Ca'lgary Canucks. Cliff Hendrickson led thc Cougars with two goals and league scoring leader Rick Alexander and Bill Fraser add- ed thc others. Mark The Cougars penalties. nadian president Friday Pi- erre Proulx of CFTM. Mon- treal, who succeeds retiring president Jack Hoffman of the Ottawa Citizen. The FRC, at its annual nieet- aser -HHI- irlK- named Bryan Hall. CJCA, Lomenda E d m o n I o n: Bill 'CFRB. Toronto, and Hal Walker. Calgary Herald, as first, second and Ihird vice- presidents. were without Keeling, middle linebacker Wayne Har- i VANCOUVER (CPi The; ris Qn ljmp as were and full- Football Reporters of Canada Mclnnis. The Stamps had another ex- elected their first. french-Ca- (hcy Montreal Alouettes two nights prevfous. Argos won the battle but the war will be a different story. 1 have said the Stamps will win. 11 should be somewhere in the neighborhood of 24-17. although it could be more of a point spread if (he Argos don't show more offence than they did against Hamilton Tiger-Cals. The celebrations will begin in Calgary about five o'clock Sunday evening, just about when they will begin here. BET YOU I DIDN'T KNOW I by GARY KIRK 1 KIRK'S SALES LTD. j E One of Ihc s'ronges! games 1 in foolboll history took place i I in 1943 when Illinois end Ohio Slate were tied 26-26 1 os the final gun went off and j the players ron into the dres- i sing rooms But, unnotic- ed by most, one official ruled I S Illinois was offside on the lost play of the game It took from then until 12 minutes I 5 Inter to gel the 'cams back on the field and ID get rc-ady for ploy again Ohio! R State then kicked a field goal I ond wen 29-26, 12 after thp game hod ended I I ond with mnny on their way home. I I Did you know that several J I pro football ieanis have changed their colors over the I fi years For instance, Green Bay used to be blue and gold instead of green and gold I I1 Denver was originally brown I and gold instead of orange I and blue Philadelphia I 1 I was green and blue inslead i of green and white SAngeleB used to gold; now they've droppc i the gold nnd are blue and white only. and Baltimore at one time was green and silver instead of blue ond I white.............I y io! al i I blue instead vhite Los _ o be blue and I iy've dropped i Did board Lelhbridco A.C.T. Bantam Reps suffered an 11-5 setback at the hands of the Vauxhall lellcats in Little Spud League iction. Vauxhall led 5-3 and 7-3 by periods in (he roughly played ;ame which saw 27 penalties whistled down. Greg Kvcder paced l.oth- iridpo wilh two goals while singles went lo Hick Collier ird Granl and Brant Marchuk. Mike DcHcer pumped in two goals as he led the Flyers lo a 4-2 victory over Ihe Falcons in Pee Wee action Friday nighl. John Ihisch and Darren Pep- per chipped in with a goal apiece for lhc winners while Rookie Can- ho, i 1 now tiicl 'he