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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday October 19 Tfrm 1971 rTT Calar linebacker named in two categories running onoe again MONTREAL (CP) For the third consecutive line- backer Wityr.e Harris of Cal- ptry S t a in e d e r s was an- nounced Monday as one nf the for must nauts: Garncy Henley, Hamil- ton Tiger-Cats; Marshall Shirk. Ottawa Jtoufih Riders; Mark Kcsmos, Montreal Aloueltcs. Canadian player of the year -Jim Young, B.C.; Dick Du- puis, Edmonton; Wayne Shaw, sending player in the Canadian TORONTO (CP) Quarter- back Joe Zuger has had his prohletns moving the Hamilton Tiger-Cat offence against oppos- punted times in n games. ing Canadian Football League teams this season, and it's Football League, j Three players from each CFI. 1 team are nominated by sports- writers and sportscastcrs from across Canada in three categor- ies: most outstanding player, Canadian player of the year and most valuable lineman. Harris, a perennial alL-star, has been lineman of the year three times in the past six sea- sons. He is one of three linemen nominated this season as thc league's most valuable player. No lineman lias ever received 'the award, won last season by qrarlerback Ron Lancaster of Saskatchewan Roughriders. vear ;i record second only in' season punting average of 43.4 Harris was also nominated as the league to Billv Van Burklco in 19G8 and managed a 48.2 av-; his team s representative for of Calgarv Stampcdcrs. who has ____ the most valuable lineman. Calgsry; Bob Larose, Winni- Glardino, Ottawa; Terry Evan- shen, Montreal. Lineman of the Ilunsnerficr, B.C.; John La- Grone, Edmonton, Ed Mc- Quarlcrs. Saskatchewan Wayne Harris, Calgary; Frank, Winnipeg; Jim Stillwa- gon, Toronto; Bill Danyclmk, Hamilton; Marshall Shirk, Ot- tawa; Mark Kosmos, Montreal er nearing recor showing in his punting statis- But Zuger is the leader among regular punt men in the league with a 4R.9 average, and if he can maintain that pace, Zuger has had to kick the ball j he'll set another season record, away 130 times in 12 games this i Zuger set thc previous best Bombers cragc in 1969. Before that, Dave, Kc5mos o[ Mann's 48.0 average with To- j ollcues anci Marshall Shirk ronlo Argonauts in 1961 was the The CFL weekly statistics Blue Bombers still leading the j Western Conference passers Ottawa Rough Riders were also valuable player categories. Edmonton defensive back Lancaster o f Saskatchewan Roughriders, yards from 159 throws, and Calgary's Jerry Keeling, yards on 130. The now lias two ball Dupuis was named to repre- sent the Eskimos in the most valuable player and Canadian player of the year while Dany- chuk was named in thc top line- fending champions an easy win E In the two Lethbridge Minor j ed to four touchdowns and add-! Football League games staged ed two converts to give the de- Monday night, the Bombers'" were edged by the Lions 13-12 and the Eskimos trounced Cardslon St. Mary's Bloods 40-0. Thc Bombers nearly pulled a big upset as they led the favor- ed Lions 12-0 at half time on touchdown runs made by Tony Meli and Angelo Vani. Jerry Areshenko closed the gap by six points in the third quarte'r while Mike Boychuck converted Lay ton Banack's '.an and player of thc year cat- egories. NOV. 2 IS TARGET Second round balloting will re- duce the nominees to six, three carriers in thc club Reed of Saskatchewan and Jim Evenson of British Col-1 umbia Lions. Evenson gained 1.158 yards in over Ihe rookie Bloods. 237 carries and Reed in 199 frQm thc from The Eskimos, who held quar- nms- Ihe cast. Results of thc voting ter scores of 20-0. 2G-0 and This is the seventh season jwill be announced Nov. 2. also got touchdowns from Brian Reed has gained or more; The six finalists will he in Quick and Tom Haibeck while! yards rushing and brings his j Vancouver during Grey Cup Randy Van Loo chipped in with career total to yards, just Week and the final selections a convert. Quick managed a 29 short of the league record set j will be announced Nov. 23. boot that went for a single by Johnny Bright in 13 seasons i Following is the complete list point along with his major] with Calgary and Edmonton Es- j of nominees: League action will resume Wednesday night when the touchdown in the final quarter j Bloods take on thc Eskimos at j kimos. Most outstanding Toronto's Leon McQuay still Evenson. B.C. Lions; Dick Du- holds the EFC rushing lead with puis, Edmonton Eskimos; 960 yards despite having missed G e o r g c Reed, Saskatchewan to earn the Lions. Meanwhile, Eskimos' victory for the p.m. while Ihe Lions face three games with a knee i Roughridcrs: Wayne Harris, the Stampcdcrs at 8 p.m. Both: returning last Sunday as a Calgary S t a m pod e r s; Don power- 1 games will be staged at Hen- j flanker instead of a running IJonas, Winnipeg Blue Bombers; ful fullback Kick Collier gallop- 1 rlerson. back. I Leon McQuay. Toronto Argo- AVAILABLE TO MATCH THE TIRES ON YOUR CAR. 78 SERIES SILENT TRACTION CW44 I ply compatible v.'ith all nyion tires. proven tread design and finest bias con- struction in the industry today. advanced centre groove design for better tread drainage in wet or slushy condiiions. the 4 ply nylon construction strength coupled with si- .A A. lentiide. 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There were a flock of new league highs during the week besides the marks turned in by Allen Taylor and Betty Paterson Hilda Tinordi look over high average in Simpsons-Sears at 202, ditto for Dot Sorensen in Juniors with 220 and Jean Pass- ey's 757 triple Marg Smith leads the way in Speedys with a 232 average and May Ilieberl is num- ber otic in Green's Shoes with 248 Joyce Marsden holds high single in Eagles wilh 323 and Marie Smith's 770 triple is the new high in Sundquist Con- struction Jean Passey now leads Henry Homes with a 223 average and Jim Ainsley has high three in Boise Cascade with 646 in the latter league, bl Lorraine Allen took over women's high average with 199 and high three with 688 with high singles going to Ralph Heitman with 312 and Paulette Ainsley with 249. WAYNE HARRIS The Calgary linebocking siar has en named in two categories in ihe football awards race, In YBC news, in the doubles tournament Sandy Maclean and Lynn Pearson teamed up to take the Friday bantam girls' crown while Debbie Anderson and Laurie Lacroix won the Saturday bantam title The bantam B boys' honors went to David Wilks and Brian Evanoff with Ed Burnwash and Greg Turner copping the bantam B crown Tops in the junior-senior girls' class were Darcy Tamayose and Dawn Masson with Bob Tinordi and Drew Plumpton high in junior-senior boys. AMONG THOSE stealing the spotlight in league play for the week included Bob Costanzo with 307 in B and E Hardware, Steve Gangur 313 and 830, Orest Yurchak 320 and 788, Bob Hamilton 331 and Tak Katakami 324 in Gordie's, Elroy Tollcy 320, Darwin Romanchuk 318, Cec Beaudry 324 and Jock Mulgrew an 804 triple in Green's, Steve Gangur 335 and in Henry Homes, Roy Kamitomo 312 and Aki Oshiro 307 in JCCA, Roy Holland 303 in ACT, Fil Oberg 344 in CPR and Ken Kurtz 329 and 781 in Young Adults. The pace-setters among the gals were Marg Seefried 290 in Juniors, Gloria Pearson 311 and Pat Tunstall 293 in Morning Coffee, Carolyn Wilde 315, May Hiebert 297 and 758 and Jean Passey 297 in Marlinizing, Linda Malcomson 324 and a solid 820 triple in Green's. Connie Gillett 299 and Joyce Mars- den 323 in Eagles, Dianne Parascak 312 in NuMode, Jean Passey 309 and Marie Smith 291 and 770 in Sundquist. Eleanor Dorigalti 777 triple in ACT and Ena Crailc 313 in Civil Service. 'rons quits racing DALLAS (AP) Record-1 Arfons was asked in a tele- holding driver Art_ Arfrons said j interview from lu's homo Monday he has quit auto racing after a high-speed crash Satur- day that took the lives of three persons, including a passenger in his jet-powered dragster. v The mishap occurred on a I n quarter-mile demonstration run at Dallas International Motor Speedway in suburban Lewis- ville. in Dayton, Ohio, whether he will race acain. he replied, "I had planned on keeping m y ears 'Ui'nirg for, oh. several years because that is how I make my living. And I'll just find some- thing else to do now." HOCKEY STANDINGS ALBERTA JUNIOR Calgary Red Deer Mount Royal Edmonton Leafs Edm. Movers Drumhcller Lc-thibridrje W L T F A Pis 1 0 35 22 i SOCCER STANDINGS I ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I W T L United ..931: Sheffield U B 2 3 Dr-roy 5 7 1 City 7 3 3 NATIONAL LFAGUE East Divriion IV L T F ion II as -S 6 7 T ion Oriole roster 1 1 2 11 12 A 7 1 0 18 17 .1 1 3 0 10 IS 2 West Division n 1.! 6 6 3 0 IB 13 BALTIMORE (AT) Thc Former world champion Balti- more Orioles could he the team tn beat in there's a lot of young farm-club talent to help them. Room will have to be made on next year's rosier for at least hvo players from Baltimore's riub system as Ihe Orioles seek their fourth straight American League pennant. Three Baltimore farm clubs won championships during the season, including a second straight in (Jic all-rookie Appa- lachian League. "This still is tiie best damn team i n baseball.'' manager Earl Weaver said Sunday after Ihe Orioles had boon upset in the World Scries for the second time in three years. "We'll prove it next be added "when we win 100 games (or the fourth straight season." Thc Orioles this year became only the Ihird team in history to win at le.-isl 100 games Ihree years in a row. But thc loss to i'iUsburgh Pirates in the World Series I. r n i s h e s thc record somewhat. Thc Orioles added five new faces to their 25-man roster after beating Cincinnati Reds in thc 1970 World Series, and more changes arc due before next season. Jf Iho Orioles do barlcr, they probably will be looking for more a start- ing rotation of four 20-game w i n n c r s n d possibly a catcher. The bullpen was a bit weak in 1371, partly because thc reliev- ers were used infrequently as starters completed 71 games. But Dick Hall is 41 and did not have a particularly good season. The Orioles also may reduce their infield or outfield corps to make way for infielder Bobby Gricli and outfielder Don Baylor from their Rochester farm club. Grich was sent back to Roch- ester after hitting .333 in 1070. lie led the league this year in hitting with .330, and home runs with 32, while driving in 113 runs as the second-place baiter. Minnesota Phiiadeinhia St. Louis. los Antjeles California HOCKEY SCORES American League GoMon 5 Tidewater Quebec Junior Sorol 3 Laval 1 Southern Ontario Junior Detroit 6 I3ran1lcrtl a 9 16 3 i Aberdeen 3 2 19 25 2 Celtic 6 3 3 26 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division t 4 I 1 19 1 21 Taylor placed on injured list (CP) Halfback Leo Taylor has been lost to Calgary Slampcdcrs of Ihe Western Football Conference for at least 30 days with an in- jured kidney. He suffered the injury Sun- day in n game against Saskat- chewan Roughriders and was taken to h os p i la 1 Monday where he is expected to slay for two weeks. 670x15 6 ply. 1st Line Smooth 1st Line Traction 670x15 6 ply. ;