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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Parent having second thoughts about jump to WHA? Red Wings surprise, Hawks finally Sose NEW PEOPLE, CAN BE EXPECTED mm LOOK, JXS'E I EVER MANAGED Itv THE CANADIAN' PRESS i lor his Philadelphia Blazers vho lost their WHA opener, 4-3. o New England Whalers, had heir home opener called off lie- cause of inadequate support for the ice surface, and got laced 5- 0 Sunday by New York Haid- Wlien Johnny Wilson assum- eil command of Detroit Red Wings midway through the 1971-72 season he made it clear from tlie start the easy days were past for his players. Work, work, and then move work was Ihe medicine prc- scribed to make the Wings move, a theory that few hock- ey observers were prone to ad- mit would work miracles in days when employers arc .coking for ways to ease the workload. But few reckoned with Wil- son's stand-pat schemes or the desire of the Red Wings, who emerged from near complete oblivion in the National Hockey League's East Dvision cellar to Ti-Cats lead in casl Bombers alone on top ers. But the humility could be In the higli-prlced Par- ent being replaced at the start of the third period after facing only 20 shots and being over- shadowed at the opposite end of the ice by little-known Pete Donnelly, Sunday, Cleveland of It all I Crusaders won their third straight. 7-5, over Ottawa Na- lionals to stay atop the East Di- vision, Chicago Cougars edged Minnesota Fighting Saints 3-2 and Winnipeg Jets and Houston Aeros remained lied for first with Alberta Oilers In the West Division race. The .lets dropped a 5-2 score to Alberta while Houston wt stopped 5-1 by Los Angeles Sharks. In Saturday's action, Cleve- land nipped Alberta 3-2 and New York toppled Ottawa 8-0. Chicago faces New England at Boston Garden in tonight's only scheduled game. Jerry Lunde falls underneath horse Kipp cowboy in serious shape By GARRY ALLISON Herald StafI Writer i was caught up in tlis bareback Walters made It Into first' won Ihe gal's barrel raring lion- and w a s dragged j place in the sleer wreslling as I rigging around the arena while Marlen VBVLS and John Sensl conceeded a fourth-quarter safely. For Calgary, Rudy Lnter- man, Jim Lindscy and Herm Harrison scored touchdowns. Larry Robinson kicked two field goals and added three con- verts. Meanwhile Montreal Alouet- tes' 31 20 loss io Hamilton Tiger Cats Saturday cut their By THE CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg Bine Bombers took n major step towarding captur- ing their first Western Football Conference seasonal champion- ship in 10 years Sunday, bul Calgary Slampedcrs will have to wait for another year. Winnipeg took advantage of a crucial alty against Saskatchewan to score a last-minute touchdown and beat Ihe Roughriclcrs 23-25. s___ ,..._ Coupled wilh Edmonton Es- Excepl for the final score. j visibly relieved. (bird place margin the 24, Hamilton had third and one at the Montreal 4.2 yard line and went for it. Mike Wiiiger abandoned his outside linebacking position to help out against the thrust up around the middle, and Ealey skipped around the outside where Widger had been and ran down the sidelines to the six yard line, setting up the winning touchdown. almost nip Toronto Maple lor a posl-season berth in the playoffs. And it there was any doubt the methods employed by Wil- son were a one-shot affair, I they've vanished with .the Wings soaring away to the top 1 Tatar, were admitted to the he wrestled down catch in 5.1 seconds to beat out Bill Schmidt of Taber for Ihe title. nook amateur rodeo in the Ray- mond Ice eastern football conference to j After the game ended, Ham- of the East standings with four straight wins. Their latest victims. Los An- geles Kings, fell 8-2 Sunday night. Detroit held a one-point lead over the only other unbeat- en NHL teams Montreal Canadiens and Buffalo Sabres. The Canadiens were idle af- ter a 6-1 win over New York Rangers Saturday while the Sa- b-es edged Torontq 3-2. It left one game wilh Iwo to play. jillon coach .Jerry Williams was mark Montreal and Buffalo with 3-0-1 In other Sundav games, 1 h e Raymond Hospital, both suffer- ing from head injuries. Lunde was in serious condition after a saddle bronc called Big Jim came down solidly on his face. Lunde had bucked off and roll- ed under Ihe big horse's hind quarters after being hung up for a split second in a stirrup. Wilson was treated for a se- vere cut above his left eye sus- tained when his bull, Tar Baby, reared up in the chute and slammed him against the lop of the cflute. ors as she rounded the clover- leaf course in 1.3.1 seconds. Sat- urday afternoon young Carol Wilson took Ihe junior barrel race with a time of 14.4. Also Saturday afternoon Da- vcy Dingervillc and Mathew Taber'saw his sparkling 76' lind a lime of 6.4. Chief Moon tied for the boys ed in Friday Two bareback i-idcrs, not to sleer riding honors with a pair bull' he outdone by the saddle bronc of 63s. named "Corner, stand up [boys, tied for top spot In the] The ruggedness and the dan- j Draper, got hung up gers of rodeo came into sharp in bis bull rope and was buffet- v. focus Saturday night during the I cd about by the angry animal. Schmidt look 5.4 seconds to get final performance o( the Chi- On the rodeo side of the pro-j the job done while.third place iv-1 ceedings Philip Van Cleave of'finisher Clarence Blackwrder iTaber saw his lir, I Two cowboys, Jerry Lunde j point ride, tnnie She from Kipp, and Dale Wilson of j night atop a McGown :hrough Saturday's show to win I rigging event. test. The loss before fans eliminated the defending Grey Cup champions from playoff contention for the first time since 19IW. Saskatchewan defensive back Bobby Kosid nailed for trunk outside the dressing room when he said "that was one hell of a football game." Both teams collected four touchdowns with Montreal building up a 13 lead early in the second quarter on majors by Terry F.vanshen, on a 21- the final gun. Monlreal i second win in five games, kimos 22-111 loss Io B.C. Lions j game statistics showed in I "Trial fame wasn't over un- j Rangers recovered for Saturday night, the win moved I Larks' favor. They had the Mnniroa! in five o Winnipeg into sole possession ot best offence 439 yards, the best first place. game ever for Ike Brown 213 In Calgary however, the on 26 carries, the best of- Stampeders spoiled an impres- fensjVB line display, and a solid sive offensive riisplav with ]7 complelinns on !6 atlempts costly errors and dropped a 33- j Sonny Wade, but they lost.. 27 decision to To-onlo Argo-1 'one Alouetle, Justin Canale. nauts in an interlocking con- sunlrned it up sitting on played a really fine game. 1 thought we'd be able to con- tain their running better lhan we did, especially on a field And Monlrrsl conch Sam Et- cheverry faid. "It'll be differ- ent next week. You just can't go on getting close and not coming away with the CAL J3 1BJ :he bull riding event. Doyle Parker, a Manic Crock bull "lame-, was right behind Van Cleave as he garnered 73 points Saturday, also aboard Comer. Third spot went Io Dave Wagner o{ Billings, Monl. with a 72. Only four saddle bronc riders were able to come up with a marking over the two-day af- fair. Smiley Kitson and Dutch of shared top spol as the I1EIIINI) THE CHUTES Dale Christensen, who svasjWally French and Lawrence mug un in Ihe rigging at the Draper the team roping completion of this ride, and champions another Carsland cowboy, Dave McDonald, both out :ine 72s and shared the bare- pass interference on the Rough- ___ ________ riders on a third-1 pass fr0m Sonny and-10 gamble by Winnipeg j and Brown on a three v.'ilh left. The penally enabled Ihe Bombers to keep alive a Wade. yard run. An 11 yard from Chuck Ealey to Tommy Joe cuiuucia in f Crjffey and Ealey's one yard yard drive topped by Jim piunge put the Ticats ahead 14- Thorpe's seven-yard touchdown reception with 33 seconds re- laining. The other five touchdowns all came suddenly and as the i 13 at (he half. With about five minutes to play and Montreal leading 26- Father Bauer in agreement sult of defensive errors or out- standing individual efforts. BOMnnns MFICT The league is now irlle until Saturday when Winnipeg trav- els to Hamilton to meet the Ti- (rian icc Hockcv gcr-C'ats in a game between the concluded TORONTO CALGARY 37 TOR Yard-; rushing oiferce Passes mart-tried Interceptions Punts -average '-i 3-1- WINNIPEG 11, SASKATCHEWAN 15 SASK WPG First dcv.'ns 14 IS Yards rushing 75 U6 Yards ps-sing 2iB tint cfrince .......313 -I" Passes l-2i .....9-M 4 J.15.1 00 1-1 downing Minnesota North Stars 0-2 while St. Louis Blues sur- prised Chicago Black Hawks 3- 1. Boston Bruins handed Pitts- burgh Penguins their first loss. 8 and California Golden Seals stopped Philadelphia Flyers Elsewhere Saturday, Chicago clowned St. Louis 4-2, Toronto worked over Los Angeles 6-4, the Red Wings overwhelmed Philadelphia Boston beat New York Islanders 7-4, Pills- burgh defeated California M. Buffalo tied Atlanta Flames 1-1 and Vancouver Canucks and Minnesota North Stars fought <-M-7 to a 3-3 stalemate. The Islanders are at home Tuesday night to Pittsburgh Two other cowboys %verc C4s they earned Friday held up shaken up as well dii.'ing the for Hie entire show. Wal- back honors. Mason Cox of Slrathmorc was right behind (he co-leaders with a 71. Coaldale's Doug Manlier saw a time of II.! seconds Wally Koskallnskl lost the seal of his pants com- peting in the steer wreslling Bill Naldcr, also Ihe an- ncuncer, received a nice hand when he finally completed the tic on his extra large calf shaken up as wen (iu ing LUC lor MY' suuw. n iniurv riddled performance. lers of Lelhbridge was close, Black-water of Cardston. a capacity crowd Dale" Christensen of Carsland but not close enough, with a 63.1 Kellec Tourand of Hillspring I the final nights action. his first night's time of 13 sec-1 it took W.4 seconds Duke onds flat in the calf roping Helgerson and Tommy Ivinj withstand the onslaught Satur- were the judges Once again, day and earn him the call rop- i Saturday, the McGowan stock ing championship. One tenth of I proved to be more than many a second behind him was Levi of the contestants could handle a crowd took in BRITISH COLUMBIA 32, EDMONTON Nothingruns like a Deere VIENNA lAl'l The Aus- j Vardi passing Federation i .._. ____ tentative i ir.teiwncns agreement to have Canada's] Calgary goes to Vancouver Io Father Dave Bauer assist in i penalties-yards snap their fourth-place dead-; coaching of the Austrian two conference leaders, and 6-40 t 837.i 3? 0 l-'Sj 1-15 lo'ck in Ihe West. The Stampeders fumbled (OUT limes and losl all of Ihem as Ihe Argos kepi their Eastern Conference playoff hopes alive. Calgary led 10-0 early in the second quarter before quarter- back Joe Theismann got Hie Argonaut-s rolling, hilling Bill Symons with a 27-yard touch- down pass and Tony Mo-o with a nine-ynrder after a Calgary fumble io send Toronto oul front 14-13 at half limr. Symons bad twn touchdowns Mike. Khc-n al.-o scored a major for Amos, who t r 3 i 1 thirrl-plare Monlreal Alouetles by two points. Ivan MacMillan booted a 32- yard field goal and four con- national team next year. Father Bauer, for many years the coacb of Canada's Olympic ice hockey t e a m, should be available by Feb. 1973, the federatio- said. No other details were available. HAMILTON II. MONTREAL li HAM First Yards rushing Yards passing 151 Net offence 147 Passes made 1J-2I Inl-rrcplions 3 Punjs average 4-3' while Chicago visits Vancouver. Mickey Redmond, a 42-goal scorer last year but in an early- season drought with only one to show in Detroit's first three games, scored twice against the King! Meanwhile in the new WHA one wonders aficr Sunday i f Bernio Parent may not al'eady by yeanling for the bright lights of Toronto's Yonge Street I and ths friendly confines o f Maple Leaf Gardens. The 26-year-old goaltender forsook the security of the Na- tional Hockey League club for Philadelphia, the City of Broth- erly Love, a multi-year con- tract eslimated at and an assortment of gilded acces- sories Io perform in the fledg- ling World Hockey Association. The future could look balmier Gels oul of division cellar anchester moves up LONDON ICP) Liverpool I tongue surfer's First Division was held to a 1-1 draw by j cut Io a single point as sccond- Soufhamplon Saturday and had j place Arsenal beat Ipswich its lead at the top of English j ININI: AIIEAII! PREPBRE VOUR IRRI Radiator Flushed........ AnH-Frecze Installed.....Only 6 ,75 Chrysler Dodqe Corner of llth Si. find 3rd Ave. Sourh PHONE 318-9271 .JSL CARDARE Town 1-0. Defender Chris Lawler shot Liverpool into the 1 cad five minules half lime, but Mike Cbannon tied it for Soulh- mnplon in Ihe second half. Aresenal won on Cleorge Gra- ham's 53rd-minute goal, a 30- vard shot which gave Ipswich goalkeeper Dsvirt no chnnt o. t'niicil jumped into third place, a point behind Ar- senal, wilh a 2-1, victory over Kvcrton. Mick .lones and Joe Jordan put Leeds two up before Alan Whitlle scored for Ever- Ion. With Tottenham Hotspur los- ing and Wolverhampton Wande- rers field Io a draw, Chelsea slipped into fourth place wilh a victory ovir West Hroimvich Albion. CheUa, playing before fans, its smallest crowd of the season, overwhelmed Albion wilh by I'pler Osgood, Chris (I.irlanci and David Webb. i A Tnny Brown penally shot was 1 Albion's only reply. I 'Kl'tiitS SUP Totlonhatn slipped Io fifth' place from Ihird on a 2-1 loss Io newly-promoted Norwich City, Davfcl Cross put Norwich ahead after llrec minules, Martin Chcevcrs tied it after 31 min- utes. In the sect-mil half, Cross struck again to give Cily the game. Crystal 1'alaco. which has spent uioro than i'.TO.OOfl on i new in recent weeks, shocked by lak- i Ing the lead afler 15 minutes with-a goal by Martin Hmshell- wood, his first in league foot- ball. Wolves got a tie through I Derek Dougan's goal. j Ted MacDougall scored his first goal for Manchester I'nilert iincc being signed from Bournemouth. His loth-minute header beat Birmingham Cily i 1-0. Victory look United mil last place in the Division, a pUice now occupied by Crys- I lal Palnce, one of five teams with only nine poinls. SCORES GOAL One team languishing at the nine-point mark is Manchester City, which last 3-2 Io Coventry Cily. Colin Stein, acquired from Glasgow Range-s. scored his first goal for Coventry. Bryan Kohson si-nred twice as Ilarn United boat Sheffield United t'lianipion Herby County moved au-ay frnm Uie First Division basement wilh a 2-1 viclory over l.cice.ster Alan Ilin- ler penally and Ten-y ITcn- essey were Ihe Do-by Burnley, the only nnlicalen i team in four English divi- sions, went into a two-point lead at the top of Ihe Second Division wilh a 1-fl viclory over Fer-ond-place Sheffield Wednes- day. Lcjghton James scored the goal. This match was preceded by a near riot when hundreds of rivnl supporters invaded I h e field. They brushed aside heav- ily cintnumlicrcd iwlirr. wlm menuiallv restored order filter making Koveral itrreAU. j ;9 John Deere snowmobiles have the features to prove it. And the dealers to back it. See us for everything it lakes Io get you on the trail, and keep you there. Spirited John Deere snowmobiles from 292 to 438 cc's to match your appetite for action. New JDX high-performance models with sharp, blitz-black styling. 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