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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta lolurdoy, Otlolur iS, THE LETHBRIDGE HEKAIO _ 13 Buchanan finally mafcc.s if; What's new? leafs hurtin SNOWBALLS, ANYONE? Winnipeg Blue Bombers fake a moment off from practising for Sunday's homo sland against Edmonlon Eskimos to work on iheir snow- ball making. Bill Frcnk, al extreme 1efl, clearly favors the Defeats McCoy Colls 19-7 in final big block approach. team-mates, Bob Swifh, Chuck Harrison and running back Paul Williams, from leff to right, prefer Ihe smaller stuff. (CP Wirephoto) LCI Rams capture football title MEDICINE HAT (Special) The Collegiate Iiisti- tulo Rams captured Iho 1872 Southern Alberta High School Football league championship title in Medicine Hat Friday nighl. The Rams, who reprcsentetl Llie western division conference, defeated the easlem dhlsioi) champioti Medicine Hal McCoy Colts 19-7 in a hard-Iought bai- lie before 400 fans. According to Rams' coach. Jim Whitelaw. Ihc Colls were no push-overs m many people thought they'd he, "They were a spirited ball club and played one heck of a commented Whitelaw. "Their defensive unit played Miami looks for eighth win Giants seek first place By HUBERT M1ZELL Press Sports Writer New York's Giants have in a row and will try to grah a share o[ the Washington Redskins' divi- sion lead in Sunday's National Football League hcadliner. Undefeated Miami goes for No. 7 against bitter, but crum- bling naltimore and you can bet (here's no chance former Colt coach Don vShula will take the 1-5 opponent JiftMly. Two division leaders, Los An- g e I e s and Oakland, are matched Atlanta Falcons try to handle Snn Francisco and keep pressure ou the Rams in the National Conference West. Other action has up-and-down Kansas City at Diego, Min- Attenlion Hunters HORSE TRAILERS FOR RENT CHINOOK TRAILER SAIES 42B 5lh SI. S. Ph. 32B-4916 uesota at Green Bayr New Eng- land at the New York Jets, Cleveland at Denver, Pitts- burgh at Buffalo, Houston at Cincinnati, Chicago at St. Louis and Philadelphia at New Or- leans. World champion Dallas, 4-2 and struggling, meets Detroit Lions in a Monday nipht tele- vision special with Cowboy fans wondering how long coach Tom Lanclry's patience will Inst with quarterback Craig Morton. STAUBACII WELL AGAIN Roger Staubach, the Super Bowl hero, bus mended afler a shoulder injury and waits nof- so patiently on the bench. Washington, 5-1, is riding high after beating Dallas 24-20 last Sunday. Cooach George Al- ]en even said "it felt like we won the Super Bowl right here in Rotert F. Kennedy Sta- dium." Hut, the Redskins' edge in the NFC East is only a game over both Ihe fast-climbing Gi- ants and Dallas. A New York Gianls are Ecven- give two point them a tie for first. Miami's cushion is games on the Jets in the Amer- ican Conference East. nali and Pillsburgh ore dead- locked at 4-2 in the AFC Cen- tral and Oakland clings to half game margin over Kansas City in a Western Division that no longer appears lo he the AFC's toughest. In the NFC, Detroit and Green Kay are locked up at 4-2 in the Central Division and Los Angeles clntchco a half-game lead over Atlanta in the West. LAFI.KUIt ON SHELF MONTREAL (CP) Guy La- 1 e u r, Montreal Canadiens sophomore right winger, likelj will miss the chili's next week of National Hockey League ac lion because of a cracked bone in liis right thumb. We are Now Ready to Serve You As a Newly Appointed Dealer for SKATES We Also Feature A SKATE SWAP S A. 95 NEW LACES SHINED SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRt 1117 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 327-BB89 Cloied Monday. Open Doily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and a.m. lo 9.00 p.m. CHARGEX AMPLE FREE PARKING well, bill only !ew long brcali-aways prove< .o Uieir he added. During the evening, the Colts racked up 17 first downs lo the Rams' live, but most of their 'irst (towns came on long runs deep into the Colts' territory. Hams' quarterback, Handy Stevens opened the scoring in tile contest in the first quarter as he slipped into the end zone from 12-yards out. The Itams had reached the Colt's 12-yard line one play prior lo the major score Rick Colh'er picked off Stevens' pass for a 40-yard gain. Dave Howe increased (he Ham's lead lo 12-0 in the sec- ond quarter on a reverse play lhat covered VO yards. Collier twoted Hie convert at- tempt lo give the Rams a 13-fl lead a( half-lime. The Colts closed the gap In the third quarter with Marcel Desjarlajs scooting across the Ham's goal line from 10-yayds out and Barry Kchncll adding the extra point try- With less than two minutes in the final quarter, the Colts threatened once again, but fumbled the football on Ihe Ham's 15-yard line to kill their chances for the title. Mark Baldry put the Rnms ont ot danger as he sprang loose and galloped 80 yards, deep into Colt territory. Collier finished off the scor- ing as he bolted across the goal line on the next play. By Till: CANADIAN I'HESS The National [Jockey I-eague season is just three weeks old today but already some clubs are being hard hit by Injuries. Toronto Maple Leafs, chronic sufferers Ihe last few seasons, appear lo be leading the sick parade again and they have few healthy, experienced play- ers lo send against Boston Bruins tonight at Toronto or the Flyers at Philadelphia Sunday night. In olber games tonight, Pitts- burgh Penguins, who lost 6-3 to California Golden Seals in Fri- day's only game, move on to Los Angeles to meet the Kings while Buffalo Sabres visit Mon- treal Canadiens, Chicago Black Hawks take on the Islanders at New York, St. Louis Blues play host (o Detroit Ked Wings, At- lanta Flames visit Vancouver Canucks and Pliiladelpbia faces (he North Stars in Minnesota. Other Sunday action has the Islanders at Boston, Minnesota at Buffalo, Montreal at Detroit and Chicago against Ihe Rangers in Now York. CALLS FOR HELP IvOafs general manager Gregory sent an emergenc' call to Tulsa of the Centra Hockey League Friday ant came up with goalie GOK Mcllae and defencemau Joe Lundrigan. McHac will likely back u; fellow-rookie Ron Low in !h Leafs goal while veteran Jac ques Plante nurses a broke finger suffered in Wednesday' game against Minnesota, Lundrigan may some ac lion in place of Brian Glenni is out with a bruised shou suffered ngainst Min And rookie EJTO! Thompso is likely lo see more ice time place of left-winger Denis pern who suffered a shoulclc separation in Friday's pracli session Alto on the Toronto casual list are defcnceman Bob Bau Back in Ihc early IMO's, Kon ucbanan :nid Bobby Orr com- ncd to make Oshawa Gcner- s a threat in the Ontario ockey Association Junior A lies. Orr quickly became the Ka- onal Hockey League's top- ankcd tefenceman but Du- lanan had to wait eight years efore gelling his chance for ecognition with the ockey Association. World Buchanan, a lanky centre for Cleveland, scored two goals and assisted on two others Fri- day night lo lead the Crusaders in a c-0 victory over Alberta Oilers while Gerry Checvers provided the shutout goaUend- ing. In other games Friday, Phila- delphia Blazers scored their lirst victory of Uie season with 3 5-4 decision over Los Angeles Sharks while Winnipeg Jels downed Chicago Cougars 4-2. "uchanan, a 27-year-old Mon- ireal now leads (he Crusaders -with live goals and nine assists in nine games anri shows promise of becoming a scoring star such as he was with Oshawa. In his last two seasons with the Generals, from 1303 to 19G5, Buchanan had 202 points, in- cluding 100 goals. Eskimo, Bomber battle Sunday in Winnipeg only their second in nine starts, by out wilh a neck injury, an centre Norm Ullman, s'lill i covering from a knee problem The only plus factor for I Leafs tonight is the Bruins' iir stcady record with defencfirric Bobby Orr on the sidclin while hia knee mends. At Oakland Friday night, tlie Seals pame Walt McKeclmie's two goals and one assist and the tjoal- tcnding of Rillns Mclochc. The Seals never fell behind althougli the Penguins tied the game 3-3 late in tlie second pe- aflpr goals by Eddie Shack. Ron Sehock and I.owell TiIaeDonald. Joey Johnston, Hilliard Graves, Pete Lafi'amhoise and Gary Crotoau heat Penguins' rookie netminclcr Denis Herron. CALIFORNIA i, PITTSBURGH. 3 Piril Period 1. C.ilHarnia, John- srcn T (McKKhnTe, Palrick) Schx'n 2 (SchJaVel Shack) 9.53, 2. Ciililcrnia, 3 (Red mend. Crclcau) Ptniillics tdeslrand W.tjrray Biltlirev PprTod California. Cro- leau 1, 5. Piiisburcjh, WacDon- 5 Pr-rnovo-.l) burqn, Shar.k 3 (BthOLk, Sthir.ekl) 7. CdJjforr.id. Graves 0 (Boldi- revi Gilr.erliOn Third Period 8. California, Me- Ktchnie a CCrolPflu, Graves) 9. Cslilornfa, MrKcchnie S (Pal Penaffies Sholi on goal fcy .borgh By THK CANADIAN PRESS i Saskatchewan Roughricters -c experiencing one of ihcir vorsl seasons since becoming a ireat in the Western Football Conference hut their coach isn't about lo throw in [he Icnvel. "We've done a lot of sou] carolling over what has hcp- Dave Skrien said Fri- [ay as he prepared his loam a nome inter-locking en- counter Sunday with Montreal AloueUes, one of three games in (lie West on the weekend. "There's no one great answer !or happened. It's been lillle bit here and a lillle bit .here. "What bothers me is Ihal Ihere are players who sometimes have a tendency to play just pood enough to win Subconsciously, they don't give that little extra in every game." RirVjrs are 7-7 so far this sea son but have won only one o their last six games. They hav secured tins Lhiril and fina playoff spot in the Western 1'oothiill Conference but Skrien says they have lo gel back tha "got (o win" atlitudc. "It hasn't been a silualioi where we've completely falle: said Skrien. "Our last two losses lo EC monlon and Winnipeg were juf by a feiv points.....If been blown right out of ih park in either of those games al lo keeping their playoff opes alive. The Als have one more victory than last-place 'oronto Argonauts in the East- Conference hut Toronto has a game in hand and has won of their llirec games against Montreal. Cahill looking for wins Calilon I 1? Boston stingy VrifJay Uy THK ASSOCIATED PIlKSS Cleveland Cnvalter.s learned nipht (hat you can't win al basketball if you tlon1! put the bnl! in (he not. The Cavaliers were limited (o just four field poals and Ifi points in the second jx'viod of their grime agninst Boston find the unbeaten Celtics' won 12H- 97. The victory was the ninth straight for the Celtics and kept (Item games of New York in the National Bnskclhall Association's Atlantic Division. The Knifk.i. nho hove lost only one this scnson, on for a victory over Balti- more Tn other NBA acliou, Houston Rockcl.s defeated Detroit Pis- tons 130-1 in, Chicago Bulls rao- peil Portland Trail Blazers nn- (iolden State Los Airpcics Inkers 119-91 iinri Seattle SupcrSonics Phoenix Suns 120-115. In Ihe American Basketball Association, New York Kels topped Denver Rockets 117-112, Dallas Chaparrals topped Vir- ginia 10H-I03, Carolina Cougars odjrcdl Kentucky Colo- nels 114-112. Imlinnn I'.icor.s i-ipixxl Memphis Tarns 10-102 LETHBRIDGE MEN'S HAIRSTYLiNG GUILD WILL SPONSOR AN ADVANCED STYLING COURSE COMMENCING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Interested Stylists and Barbers con I act GUNTER ANDER DAY 357-417'! EVENING 328-9006-328-5895 really be worried. I vouldn't [eel the way I do Bhrjut our Grey Cup chances." In two oilier weekend game.s, iVirmipeg TlHic Combers and Edmonton Eskimos inceL in tlio reature allraclion in Winnipeg Sunday, and Calgary Stampe- dors tangle with British Colum- bia Lions in (lie nothin" game n Calgary (oday. DECIDE FIRST Ttie Winnipeg-Edaionlou clash will decide (irst place in .he WKC while B.C. and Cal- gary arc struggling to keep out of Ihe basement. Montreal has never won in Taylor Kicld but a win is essen- Minor hockey The Wliips and Tolems [ought lo a 2-2 draw in Pec hoc- key league action Friday night. The Totems had laken an early 2-0 first period lead on goals hy Wayne Perenlcau and Scott Pererite.au, hut Chris f.engyel came back ivith two second period markers Lo even the score. TORONTO (CP) Never mind what MonLconl Alouettcs lo in Regina Sunday, Leo Cah- ill planned to win his Eastern Fool ball Conference playoff berth here today and In Ham- ilton next weekend. Head coach Cahill and his To- ronto Argonauts faced Ottawa Rough Riders here today and the Tiger-Cats in Hamilton the following u'oekcnd and victories in both matches would assure Argos of third place In the EFC regardless of what (he Aloucttcs do in their final game against Saskatchewan Rough- riders Sunday. "Tin's is the only situation I want to be says Calu'll. "We have (o win our last two games and those will be agaijist Ottawa and Hamilton, the leading contenders lo repre- sent the Kast in the Grey Chip. 'If we don't win those games, then we're good enough to be in the playoffs." Good enough or not, the Argos could get in the back door wi'.h only one win in their last two games, provided the Ms lose Sunday. Going into weekend action, the Als occupied third spot in (he East with four wins and nine losses for eight pomls while Argos 3-9 for six poinl-s. All Argos need is to tie the Als on poirils and they'd win third spot by virtue of a 2-1 record over Monlreal during the season. But, Cahill insists, the Argos will their last two. I think when we MIH our next two games we will be in the because we have proved our worth over the sea- son despite everything lhat has happened lo as. "And when we get into the playoffs, with pressure on us from all sides, the olher clubs will have a difficult time keep- ing out of the Grey Cup." Speaking of tlie Ed- monton game Sunday, Skrien said the Riders have an advan- tage over those teams as play- offs draw nearer. have quite a hit of time without having lo worry lhat else' feeling. You know, it's hard lo keep with an emotional kind o[ Hung game after game." Saskatchewan will slart with veteran Ron Lancaster al quar- terback hut it will likely he a brief appearance as Skrien will want to rest Lancaster as much as possible lo give las ailing ribs time to heal. Bubba U'ychc will spell off off Lancaster and when does go in, defensive back Hoy Rolmison leaves tlie game as cVjsignatcd import and Cana- dian Jim Waller will take his place. Saturday's Calvary B.C. game p.m. MDT will be on CJJC's western net- work while CTV's national net- work will the Rider-Als fiame Sunday at p.m. CST (3 p.m. artl Utah SUrs downed San Diego Conquistadors 122-107. Ho? ton lofl hy only five I prints, 33-2fi. nt the of NIC first period hut then the Celtics completely botlkt] up Cleve- land's attack in the second pe- riorl and hv 'ho time the tpMiis had reached tho half, the Celt- ics were up by SI Jo Jo White scored pomls to paco [tie liostcn nftnck and John Ilavliccl; had IS. The Knicks built n 21-point Ic-ncl over Baltimore twfnri? Dave DcBiisschcre suffered a broken nose in a scramble un- der .1 basket and was forced to leave Ihe game. The Bullets then charged hack, culling the lend lo four. But DeBnsschpre returned in the final (wo min- ulcs and New York held on (or the victory. Walt Frazier X o w York willi 23 points and Rich Kinaldi 21 for Ihe Tlouslon look ovrr llm in Tonlrnl nivninn v.illi U ;ilkrr 5 corn if "n poinls .'ignnist Ins former [in- troit loam-males, Jeff Mullins and Rns- sell Icfl (Golden State's rnnip I over Mullins I lowcrl in 23 poinls and Ihus.scll Cliicago Inmclicd 4H points In Hie third pnriod nnrl bnttereri PorJlnnrl. Love led the Hulls with points. Dick Snyder's '2.1 poinU kd Sealllc past JMutonix. THE KINSMEN CLUB of LETHBRIDGE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION proudly presents THON 1972 ADAMS ICE CENTRE Nov. 4 a.m. to p.m. RINK OPEN FOR SPECTATORS PRIZES- 4-10 SPEED OIKES HOCKEY JACKETS FOR TWO TEAMS HOCKEY STICK FOS EVERY SKATER 4 laps erjuofs one unit. Each ikaler will averatjt 75 Proceeds to assist Minor Hockey in Lelhbridga and for Ihc furtherance of new ice facrllliei KINSMEN CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Here's o fcolbal! oddily Four o( Ihe greotei! I quarterbacks in pro {onlball Unites, Joe Y. A. Tiltle and Bort I Tiiadc any AIL America team when ihey played in collcgel I [Did you Vnow that I ha Cleveland hold an I amazing football record 1 they went 21 consecutive I YEARS wilhoui being shutout I in any regular season gamel ta ul ei Tlie Browns suffered ut in o ga and then scored in every reg. shutout in o game in 1950, y- 1 from Ihen unljl they lost I Denver 27-0, Oct. 24( ICati you guess wai the (as1 National Foolball ten- 1 learn (hat went through n wrialo season wiri- ng any games? Oddly 1 ough, it was Ihe preseiM Super Bowl champs, the Dal- las Cowboys In 1 PdO they I a gome losing 11 and tieing one hen no icam has failed I ICQSI one ganic in I I- II I losing Since rh to win Iony reason. I bel you didn'l know thai I _ iHe Uniroyal Tire buys I being offered al Kirk's riahl 1 1 now are qujlc possibly Ihe I lowesl in Ihe tily. All mads I pouible due lo Kirk's volume I I buyinq obilitv and snips. Small wonder so many people lake advantage of Ihe buys I If you haven't installed.! your winter snow lires as yel teller gel m rrghl nwoy and I save yourself moncvf I See KIRK'S for The flcsl Dcnl for Every Wheel a< :-i f TIRE SALES LTD. 'The Tire Experts" I Your UNIROYAI 3 LOtMIONX tO 31KVE YOU P- 1621 3rd Ave. S. I PHONE 327-5985 i KIRKT, FERNIE, B.C. (KIRK'S TIKE (TABER) LTD. 6301 SOIh Avr.-.jo i Phone 523-3441 ;