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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 9, I97i THE ICTIIBRIDOE HtRAin DANCERS ADD COLOR Joe Saddleback stands in the background as he watches one of his world champion Indian doncers perform the famous hoop dance. Saddle- back'; troupe, who have entertained across Canada ond By CARRY ALLISON Herald Staff The excitement of rodeo ac- tion was supplemented by the cided they liked the arena color of Indian dancing and the limelight and refused to leave. unpredictability of buffalo dur- ing the first "night's perform- ance of th? International All- Indian rodeo finals at the Ex- By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer "Catch me if you can." The Winston Churchill Bull- dogs only saw the numbers on he backs of the LCI Rams; sweaters as they suffered a :umiliating 66-14 trouncing Fri- day night. Some 900 fans were on hand at Henderson to watch the uns continue their quest for showdown for top spot with Jie Catholic Central Cougars in .he Southern Alberta High School Football League. With two games remaining in league play the Rams have sole Dossession of second place with 4-1 record while the Cougars are in front with five straight victories. If both clubs come up with victories in their next encoun- ters, the pennant winners will be decided in the final week of league play. The only catch is that the Rams must defeat the Cougars by 26 pouits in order to win the crown. Tho Rams' single loss this season was a 33-7 shellack- ing at the hands of the Cou- gars. Tlie Rams never had to worry last night as they held quarter leads of 13-0, 32-7 and 46-14. The turning point of the game came midway through the sec- ond quarter when the Bulldogs' tough middle linebacker, Greg Hamilton was knocked out of ac- tion. Hamilton who is considerec the key player in the Bulldogs defence, suffered a leg injury which left his teammates at the mercy of the Rams. The Rams used the weakness up the middle to their advan tage as they blasted their way through for eight oJ their ten touchdowns. Terry Korth led the Rams and Brian Many both of I attack scrambling through the nd then the shaggy beasts de- Leonard Little Bear had the the Blood Reserve, tied for top j middle for touchdowns on "-1-" six, 32, and 14-yard gallops. Dennis Hatt chipped in will .ro touchdowns picking off ai interception and travelling 5( yards on one occasion whil Europe, along with six-year-old dancers from tho Blood Reserve, provide the half-time show at the International All-Indian Rodeo finals at the Exhibition Pavilion. Indian rodeo opens at Pavilion Who figured on the Buffaloes? louears maintain unbeaten siring The Rams just lift seen Back-ups get their chance Six bucking buffalo, complete! the hospital later listed him in I Two competitors, Kelvin Fox, with riders, thrilled the crowd I satisfactory condition. hibition Pavilion. The world champion hoop dancers of the Joe Saddleback troupe and the youngsters from the Blood Iteerve proved pop- ular with the 600 rodeo fans in attendance. It took nearly half an hour to usher the wild beasts out. The gaiety and fun of the rodeo was marred as a saddle bronc rider, Joe Bruised Head, had to be rushed to hospital after a bad spill in his event. Bruised Head was kicked in the face several times and stepped on as he became hung- up in a stirrup. Reports from top ride in the event as he gar- j spot in the bull riding with a nered 62 points, two more than GIVE ME THE TEST AND I'LL DO MY BEST FOR ALDERMAN, VOTE BASTEDO, W. E.I X Inserted by W. E. BASTEDO, Independent Mouse Hall in second spot. Frank Vaille, a Browning, Mont, roper, put the wraps on his animal in 14.3 seconds and took the first go round. Butch Tailfcathers of (lie Blood Re- serve was second with a time of 18.2 seconds. The competition was close In the bareback bronc riding with four riders tying for the top two places in the first go round. Johnny James of Cranbrook and the Blood Reserve's Ira Tailfeathers were tied for first with a mark of 66 while two Montana riders, Jerry Matt and Dib Espinoza had 61 points in second place. Bowling results CAPRI BOWL NuMODE HOME! Kay Whetier 279 Bev Hen- derson 292; Doreen Gerla 293; Myrna Tymensen 251; Linda Hcvey 253] Helen White 29J Norms Anderson Mel Seibert 2-11; Mbrv Wlshnevskl 298 Dlanne Par.i- cak Pat Jarvia May Hiebert 3U HENRY HOMES Jean Psssey 304 Rita Csmu- linl 256; Mary Chlsholm 243; Frances Bambrlck 244; Mary Mcrcom 250; Betty Peterson 260 Ed Hender- son 246; Steve Gyorkos 2G1; Jim Mc- Plke 268; Tom McLaren 235; Bill Doram 263; Orest Yurchak 306 SUNDQU1ST CONSTRUCTION Betty Kenwood 256; Janet Koole 2S5 Vera Nleholls 254 Isabel Orsten 243 Jen Heal 240; Mel Selbert Peggy Guni 243; Pat Plomp 278; Leah Gerla 261; Jean Fas- Bey 276 Melba Hocking 234; Mu- riel Walters 226. score of 66. Dib Espinoza tossed his steer to the ground in the amazing time of 3.9 seconds and easily took the steer wrestling go round. A time of seven seconds fiat by Ronald Dodging Horse was good enough for second po- sition. The senior girl's barrel race was taken by Tracy Hammel of DLxon, Mont., while Cathy Con- nelly of Browning toured the course in the fastest time in the junior girl's section. Krisp Mad Plume of Brown- Ing showed the boys how it's supposed to be done in the steer riding as he marked a 62 and took top spot. BEHIND THE CHUTES Lethbridge Mayor, A. C. "Andy" Anderson, officially opening the show and then stay- ing to take it in, proving to be an avid rodeo fan Numer- ous competitors were shaken up during the evening's competi- tion Herald photographer Ed Finley finding out that old song title true, you can't roll- er skate in a buffalo herd Robert Burns and Bill Dever- eaux of Browning took top spot in the team roping The Mc- Gowan bulls proving to be plenty tough, and bull-fighter Mickey Bagnell having his hands full with Item as well., action gets underway this eve- ning at and the final per- Sunday after- formance goes noon at combining with quarterbac! Randy Stevens for an 18-yari touchdown pass on the other. also picked up touchdown on a five-yard lef end sweep play. Other touchdowns w e r scored by Dave Howe, Jim Bur ris, Larry Gibb and Dalto Howe. touchdown cam when he raced 50 yards to th end zone after a Bulldog fmr We. Terry Pocza was also gooc for 60 per cent on his convert attempts hitting 5-10. The Bulldogs' two touchdown were scored by Brent Hamilto and Ken Nakama. Hamilton put the Bulldogs o the Scoreboard first when h booted a loose ball down th field into the Rams' end zon Hobs take wing MONTREAL (CP) Mon real Canadiens announced Fn day they hive traded goali Lyle Carter to California Goldc here he fell on it for the six roints. Nakama's touchdown could e considered the outstanding ay of the game as he broke nose for an 113-yard touchdown. his is the longest touchdown -un registered this season. Cyril Pattson was good on oth convert attempts. Dalton I1! halfback, i age last n 107 yards Korth ai. with 88 and sever spectively followed -i yards on it as ho, chc -vet1 up i nine carri'si. Trevor Coor. aided :ds on the liround tnd Jour can les re- whilc Dave HOWR behind 82 i attet .pts. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In this year of the back-up uarterback, two more passers ill get the call Sunday in Na- ional Football League play. Already this season, Al Wood- 11 of New York Jets has taken ver for Joe Namath, Billy Kil- ner of Washington Redskins las succeeded S'onny Jurgensen :nd Scott Hunter has replaced Green Bay Packers' Bart Starr, ill due to injuries. Now its up to Ken Anderson md Kent Nix to show their .tuff. Anderson, a rookie, will start or Cincinnati in place of Virgil ,-e the fleet Rams'I Fo- tho brothers nod tho mo t yard-1 Ken nnd Doui; Nukama r.ickM up Most of ground Her- with y.-tnh on eight carries ond with 41 yi rds on .six. Meanwhile the Cougars had their own way m Medicine liat as ;l.ey smashed the Medicine !lal High School Mokwks BOJ Porkyn and ICd Krajew- ski If-'.l the Cougars' attack with two -.oudidowns each while Jnft Meli and Dave Kato aided with six [oinLs apiece. John Hildas also h.'Mi the hot foot with three successful con- vert aUempts and fi fifkl poal. In thr- nthor contest staged io Medicine Hat the Ik-Coy Colts marched to a netory over Carter, Jie American Cnu'or- ence's h sding passer, ri the ire host to Miam Dol- phins. And .k, the spark in e pair of las' aasp Chicago vict ;ries, will (2i 'iver for .lack Co ICBH- non as the Bears take 01. the visiting New Orlca: r Saint. Othc: weekend -imes find Steelers a ".levfiand Houston Oiler. at Washi: pton. Green Bay at De- troit Jons, Minnesota ings at Ph mdelphia Eagles, Denver Bronc is at Oakland Riders, San Diego Chief's at Kansas City Charf.ers, Los Angeles Rare i at San 7 rancisco '49ers, Baltinore Colk at Buffalo Bills, St. L'.uk Carr1; at Atlanta Falcons ma New York Jets at New Eng.i-ffld Parr ots. GIA .TS PLAY MONDAY N' w York Giants play CB las COM joys Monday night in 1 'al- ias. T e Bengals, the pic by many to win the AF-'s cei Jal title, were dealt a u ;w w', in Carter suffered a shouldsr in try last weekend. .nderron finished thtir gaue as jinst Green Bay, hitthg niie o' 16 passes for 93 yards and a tr ichdown. usually saved for fourti- "i arter heroics, had to come n j rly against Los Angeles a Bek ago when Concannon i'i- red a knee seriously enougi- surgery. Nfct wound Mnpleting only 'ive of 3 fo" Canucks remain unbeaten CALGARY Snow- den scored twice as Calgary Canucks whipped Red Deer Rustlers 8-2 in an Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League game Fri- day night. Single counters were fired by Elaine McLeod, Jim Setters, David Bruce, Dennis Olmstead, to- m yards. Warren Cook and Dale Elas- chuk as the Canucks chalked up their third win in three starts. Ken Nelson got both Red Deer goals. Calgary outskated and out- hustled the Rustlers to take a 3-1 lead after the first period and 6-1 after the second. The Red Deer netmindcrs, Keith Delanev in the first per- ,_ i iod and Jerome Keller in the battling for the AFC Central the cellar dwelling Croseent Heig.its CIJALK "i'AI.K 'Hie Bull- dogs felt trunienHimsly, t h o oi Gn'] iliiinilton on defence lop-sided 06-14 coulo be 'i record scoring ganio in le-'.gue play Dalton Howe brokit loose for long gains, but just wouldn't lK-nt the last man Tiic Ranis (iki not have tn use ;heir punting formation un- til late in the third quarter The Bulldogs out tough in the ittcond half of play, but it lastc-1 only i little while as they pcteicd out, just like iny- sclf. by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Bob Grise-to-Paul War fie, passing team and the runnm tandem of Larry Csonka Jim Kick against Cincinna1 while the Saints will count 01 Archie Manning to connect with the AFC's leading receiver, Dan Abramowicz, against the Bears. BATTLE FOR LEAD Did you know the! No're j Dar.-e ona; went 23 straight g a gamel The Irish cd from 1905 to 1923, seasons withc-jt losing football gamel 1 r.crr.e gam. -.O1-': The ttring -i brol en when Ibea Notre Dome 27-7 17, 1928. second and third, made 44 saves and goalie Danny Milton of the Canucks blocked 27 shots. Calgary got 13 of 27 penal- ties, including two of four ma- jors. League winger President's BaU all set The second annual Henderson Lake Golf club President's Ball oT the "Naittmial" win be staged this year on Octo- hpr Ifi exchange for left Randy Rota. Carter played with Montreal's Ameri- can Hockey League farm team, the Voyageurs. last season. Rota was with Providence Reds of the same league. ber 16. A supper will is set for with a dance following at 9 p.m. and tickets for the affair must be presented at the door. Tickets will be sold at per couple. PREBCO introduces for 72" See the best winter fun machine now on display ot Prebco Recisation 600 4th Ave. North, Lethbridge. Hers ore o few of the 14 MototSki models ws have on display. CAPRI 300 MS 634 GRAND PRIX 399 ELECTRIC MINI SNOW 223 '72 Cadet. The compact Moto-Skl. Cddly enough, almost Tne Steelers and Browns are I c f ihe pro football h e o p that. 3 jet you didn't !o tin get Tri Retreadi from 'rk't priced from as to-j as I _ i nly 12.95 each for i r e _ I I 50cl3 Kirk'i Tri I I etn ads can give thai rat ond safely of b t res ai a fraction o! Is Kirk's Th, Install tk Tiger Tread R. y )yr car or truck f i IF ?ac of mind f r days to comn d new cost) ,1 Ex- 'irnnd L-; d on d enjoy nany. KIRK'S Best Deal Every for I 530' ,1 U't-mio I riu n .3441 I ;