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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IETHBRIDCU HMMD Monday, November 39. 1971 Gals dick Salurdav (is well Pronghorns Hy I.I.OYI) YAMACISI1I Herald Sports Writer ''IL (o come wxmcr or lalcr." The University ,jf Lethbridgo rrongliorns finally pit every- up first win UiiiiK their logetlKY and first Western earned Canada liner-Collegiate Men's Basket- ball victory over (lie weekend. Ilarbara Hall had In lie good mi two free throws in Ihe last mimilc lo enable I lie RisoncUcs to record their fourth straight win, a 55-54 cliffhangcr over University o f Saskatchewan Cougcttes. The points gave Hall seven for the game, lied with team- mate Judy Nonjuist. while top scorer for the Ironic team was he Proiifihorns have a bad Donna Malletle who notched 1G hahil of losing a ball game by relaxing near Hie mid-way mark, but stayed on lhc right tidck and dumped the Univer- sity of Calgary'Dinosaurs 6C-65 at the Civic Centre Saturday night. After a disheartening oss lo the Dinosaiu-s Friday night the Pronghorns came out fighting Saturday night. 1'he Prongliorn's kept Uie pros- lire on the over-confident Dino- s HITS throughout the 40 min- Kodiaks please The Kcgina team, which has yet lo win after two games, had an apparently healthy 27-22 half- time, advantage, bm "tired in Ihe late going. Kalhy Williams with 111 points and Judy Sundmark with 17 were the Cougette stars. Victoria meanwhile trounced University of Alberta Pandas 4G-M. Ruse Jossul paced the homclown Vikettes with 11 points and Marge Hawkey hart the same number for Alberta. LETHDRIDGE tt CALGARV SJ Letfibrideie Uurr, Hamilton It, Hunter, Koinpt 3, Lpisliman, Mnnlor. owikl 10, McKny 17, Peterson 10, Rlrle, Slonn 13, Trrat I. TOTAL It. CALGARY niiol Recsky, B 1, Hmlman j, Mnycr, PoweN Ulhrop itcs of play which resulted in I. turnovers by Ihe visitors. ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION W L The Lethbndge Communilv I Montrca? SCORES WINNER Jesse Minis of the Calgary proved lo be the winning touchdown .n Sunday's oia npeders I "ads for the end zone as he scores what Cup as Ihe Stamps stopped Toronto Argonauts 14-11. o. iji H il'i Hlliw "lc nllc about having I UK- coaches lo put Greg in until i ln K'vc llp Ulc ba" if J'0" do thai my eyes cleared and I was hm was coming on it, I ready to go again in the second il C0llldn't half." Gre? Barton, the temporary replacement in the last cnr-o of Ihe second quarter, was j brousht back again for much cf i the fourth quarter. "In all fairness in Joe 1 n-pfct couldn't game." said shared the to start the Barton who K-K! iimal-calling with More sport on page 12 WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM KURT VON HSSS vs BIG BOB LUECK LEES AND SITO vs BABIC AND BLACK ANSON vs SULLIVAN BUTCHER vs PIRIE eiball play. but. il close for i Expo the Bisonettcs Saturday. j in the west. Vancouver lias good chance KAMLOOFS, T5.0. iCFl Montreal Expo 5 outfielder Rusty Staub said Friday Van- couver could obtain a franchise in tlie National League "if the city really wanted one." Staub said in an inlerview Vancouver has as much chance as Toronto to obtain a franclii.se and "maybe a little more" since there is already one na- uc team in eastern -and none on. _ Hadfield, NY Ratelle, NY Gilbprl, NY Marfin Bui Perresult, But Hull, C sheefian, Cal Rousseau, NY Min Miklta, C Ullman, T......... HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National New York i Philadelphia Detroit 4 Mnnlreal 1 Chicago 4 Toronto 1 California 5 Buffalo 3 American Nova Scotia 3 Sprinrjfield 3 Providence 7 Tldewaier 1 Cincinnati 3 Richmond 3 Baltimore 4 Rochester 1 Western San Diego 8 sealtle Central Tulsa i Fort Worth 2 Omaha 4 Kansas Cily 2 Easlern Roannke 3 Syracuse 1 Greensboro 6 Jacksonville 1 Mew Haven 5 John'lown 3 New Jersey 4 Un, I.land International Daylon 8 Muskeqon 7 Porl Huron 3 Crjlumbui DPS Moines 9 Toledo d Flinl 3 Fort Wayne 2 Manitoba Junior Kenora 6 Porlaqe la Prairie 3 SI. James 10 Selkirk 8 Dauphin S St. Boniface 5 Western Fdmonfon 4 New Swiff Current 5 Flin Flon 3 Kegma f, Brandon 4 Saskatchewan Junior Humboldt 1 Rcgina t, Alberta Junior Edmonton 4 Calgary 3 Briths Columbia Junior nentkfon t Kelowna 3 SATURDAY National Montreal 3 Pillsburoh 1 3 Toronto 3 Detroit 3 New York 1 Boston St. Louis A Vancouver 5 BuilBh 1 Minnesota 3 Los Angelc. 1 American Baltimore i Tidewater 3 Bostcn 5 Nova Scotia 3 Cleveland 5 Richmond 3 Hershey 7 Cincinnati 2 Weslern 3 Ptv-tland 0 T 4 Sail Lnkc 1 Cenlral -i Wrwth 5 Dallas 3 -isas City 5 Omaha 2 Oklahoma City 5 Tulsa 3 Eastern 'oanoke 10 Jacksonville 0 yrflnjse 13 Greensboro 3 Jew Haven 2 Clinton 2 lew Jersey 3 Lonrj Island 1 International Flint J Fort Wayne 1 nayton 6 Port Huron J Dc-s A'.eincs 7 Toledo 3 U.S. League 7 sauit Marie 1 Weslern International Kimberley 5 Trail 0 Ontario Senior Gal! Owen Sound 6 Barrie 3 Oriilia 3 1 Ontario Junior Oshnwa 5 Peterborough 3 Weslern Canada Jr cwllt Current 4 Flin Flon 1 Innipeg 3 Victoria 2 Medicine Hat 3 New Westminster Alberta Junior Calgary 8 Edmonton 1 Prairio Edmonton t Regina 3 Intercollegiate RMC 5 McGill 3 M.CMastcr 7 Western t XVinnipeg 10 Brandon 3 Alberta 9 Victoria 0 1 A Pis 22 43 28 39 19 36 21 35 19 32 13 30 20 30 13 25 In 2-f 13 2.1 14 24 15 24 IB 24 NFL STANDINGS AMERICAN COHFEREHCS Easlern Division W L T F A Pel. 1 117 Bnllminre R 3 0 158 lift .727 New 4 7 n 177 2R2 New York Jrls 1 7 0 3M B'l'falo 1 in 0 16! 32Q !091 CIDvplai-.rf Pittsburgh Houstc., Iral ion 7 0 223 173 '344 9 1 153 280 .160 Weslern Division Oakland .7 2 2 29A 225 .778 Kansas City .7 3 1 ;3R ]js 700 San Diego 4 0 203 261 .243 Denver 3 7 I67 2M .300 NATIONAL CONFERENCS Eastern Division B 3 0 231 156 777 Washington .7 3 1 2a2 139 .700 I.Y. Giants ..170 279 256 344 l-ouir. .4 7 0 194 213 .364 Philadelphia .371 133 247 .300 Central Division Minnesota .9 2 0 175 89 819 ......7 3 1 2S.1 103 .700 Chicago ..6 4 o 159 17B .600 .-n Eay 3 7 1 121 245 .300 Weslc Fran. Lcs Angeles Atlanta Division 4 0 225 160 4 1 271 180 5 I 223 220 i 2 201 257 FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY CFL Calgary 1J Toronto 11 iioary wins Grey Cup t NATIONAL LEAGUE S', Louis 7.3 New Yorv Giants 7 Francisco ;.i fj.-w Jcl; Washington 20 Philartetr-hia 13 Buffalo 11 New England ?0 Cincinnati 31 San 0 Denver 22 Pittsburc-h IQ Minntscla A't.-nta 7 New Oilcara Bsy 21 GAME TTO; SATURDAY 2i 'alea COLLEGF FOOTBALL E.T.I Army Uevy Bc-slon College 71 Holy r.-css 7 Rutgers 27 Morgan 8 Soulh Alabama 31 Auburn 7 17 South Cfrrlina 7 Florida 45 Miami, FIs 14 Honda SI 31 Firtsburgh 13 Louisiana SI 36 Tular.r 7 S. M.ississlpcl 35 V'.'esl Texas S! 0 Tennessee 19 Vanderbilt 7 Virginia Tech 34 Virginia Military D Midwest Cincinnati 19 Louisville U WCIAA STANDINGS Piairie Division Pel GBL I.OO'l MOTO SKI Tougher 7 Ways FROM Prebco Recreation Vehicles 600 4th Avc. N. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1 328-4421 IT HURTS Coach leo Caliill of Toronto Argonauls grimaces on the sidelines as his team trailed Calgary Stampeders 14-11 in the final minulcs of Sunday's Grey Cup game. SNOW CLEAT TRACTION F78-I4 Studded Whits G78-14 Studded Whits F78-15 Studded White e G78-15 Sluddpd Whits COMPUTE TIRE SAtfV -i Wl lit Av.. South ;