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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TMF IVTHIMSIDGE IIERMD Tuesday, Ocloljcr 31, 19.2 tlvtcciors lead way in WHA alo's streak CilSIMl 111 Formed by with nine games lett lo play season. [lut its production has in- creased considerably this sea- goals, 30 assists ami 58 in 111 games, including six victories :uul Eour ties. points in its late season] Mi! j splurge. I only Caiuuliens are ullier undefeated club either division Uxlay on the strength seven victories and four lies. The Canadions remain two (Joints alioad o[ the Sabres with 111. Tonight's only scheduled game tias Vancouver Canucks on loi> oi U of L inks four players -.f l.ethbridge Bill Harbuz and Ferris Zaugg Mill dress with the 1'rongliorns in the coming seu.snn and nil four players are expected lo ic-lp consideralily. Of all Ihe players signed thus Far. coach Gary Bowie has to Peter Hague, be most pleased with the addi- 11 5A7 r DALLAS (AP) ''Lei here, Morton passed for boo.'' said a satisfied Craig Morion. "When I'm throwing and t'ne Dallas Cowboys arc v.inning, I can live the cheers.'1 The Xo. 1 boy when pro football fortunes TONIGHT Alberta Junior Hockey League. Lethbridge Sugar Kings vs Canary Canucks. Hen- derson Ice Centre WEDXKSDAV Lethbridge Minor Football League semi-final. Bombers vs Eskimos. Henderson Ball Park 7 p.m. City Kca'eaLion Hockey League. I'p'Lversity Labor M p.m.: vs Com- ni'.iniiy I't'llem1 p.m. Hen diT-on Ice Centre. Soulh'.Tii Alherta fencing championships. Open to all in- terested. Bowman Arts Centre 7 p.m. Centra! Alberta Junior Hockey League. Na three touchdowns Monday night and set up a fourth in a 28-2! heating of Detroit Lions. "Sure, J heard them hoo when I was said the 29-year-old .Morton. Floger S'aubach, engineer o[ Dallas's world championship of 1971, is healed from his pre-sea- Ison shoulder separation. He's ready to play but Morton is putting up a strong fight to stay in the job. Morton heaved a 38-yard touchdown bomb to Billy i Parks, one of 33 yards io Cal- vin Hill and a 15-yarder to Mike Montgomery. His '27-yard creen to Montgomery .set up a ne-yard smash. Dallas, 5-'.'., pulled within a arm of Washington Redskins the National Conference Eas! vhile Detroit plunged back into tie at "1-3 with Green Bay in he NFC Central. WASHINGTON (AP) Meanwhile Sonny Jurgenscn, veteran Redskin quarter- lack, underwent surgery Mon- day to repair a torn Achilles endon and will lost to Hie National Football League team 'or the remainder of the season. At age 38 the injury, suffered Sunday in a 23-16 victory over New York Giants, may end Jurgensen's carter. Originally drafted by Philu ion of Tollcstrup lo his 1972-73 squad. Tollcstrup, al is expect- :-d to carry most of the Prong- norn.s' scoring and rebounding punch during the season. With four years' experience at Brighain Young University and as a member of the Cana- dian national ieam, Tollcitrup has to Ije the outstanding indi- vidual player the Pronghorns have had since his brother, Tim, graduated two years ago. Meanwhile, Hague, is a Pronghorn veteran, will return after one-year leave of absence. His biggest asset is his out- side shooiing ability and he will definitely be relied" upon to use it against zone defences. Harhuz is a first-year guard who played bis high school bas- ketball at the Catholic Central .-ligll School. Speed and good ball sense ivill be his biggest asset. Zaugg is another southern Al- bertan signed for the coming season. He played all his basketball FERRIS 7ALIGG Stirling Lakers and will contribute additional depth to the front line. trainer is g PETER HAGUE CHESTER, ''This is a the Pa. co-ed sign West Chester State "No nudity per- five Sons vs'Taber. Taber Civic Centre p.m. City Men's B a s k e t b a 1 League. Ebony Hawks vs Card slon Merchants. Cardston 8 p.m. City Men's Baskethal League. Blcrxl Reserve vs Fair fields Friendship Centn vs Miners' Library 9 p.m. Civil Centre. THURSDAY Lcthbridge Minor Football League final. Lions vs winner of Bomber-Eskimo game. Hen- derson Bail Park 7 p.m. City Recreation League. Pur- ity Bottling vs Community Coi- le'ge. Henderson Ice Centre 3 p.m. FRIDAY Foothills Football Conference final. Coaldale Spartans vs Vul- can Cougars. Henderson Ball Park 8 p.m. SATURDAY Alberta Junior Hockey League. Let'nbridge Sugar Kings vs fieri Deer Rustlers. Ice Centre .SUNDAY Alberta Junior Hockey League. Lcilibridge Sugar Kings vs Dnimbelier Falcons, liendcrson Centre p.m. delphia Eagles after starring at Uuke University, Jurgcn.sen was acquired by the Redskins April 1, 19M, for quarterback Norm Snead and another player. Ironically, Snead was quar- terback of the Giants when Jur- gensen was injured seven min- utes into the game. Jnrgenson dropped back to throw his first pass of Uie game, a completion, then fell to the ground without being touched. "I just seemed to he said later. He couldn't get up. Billy Kil- mer then came off the bench and led the Redskins to victory. WE ARE NOW AUTHORIZED DEAtERS FOR BAUER SKATES fnciture SKATE SWAP le'fhbwlije Hondo Centre I 117 2 Avt. Ph. 3J7-8839 If win; fri. lill 9 n. Race tracks had big year EDMONTON (CP) Record attendance and wagering in addition lo now highs in prize money market! the recently ertleti thoroughbred racing sea- son at tracks in Edmonton and Calgary, the Western Canada Racing Association said today. Wagering for the 115-day cir- cuit climbed to morr than ?'W m i I i o n, compared irjn (or KJij days. Attendance this sen- reached an in- increa.se of more than six per cent ovcf last season. More thr-iii rniUifin was in tic about more Ihe nld rocorrl. WEST 49 132 0 92 220 England .296 .143 HOCKEY SCORES Manilcba Junior Sf. James 6 Winnlpeq 5 Sask.nlchewan Junioi 6 Woosc Jaw 3 Canada Winnipeg 3 Saskatoon 3 CANADIAN LEAGUE WESTERN CONFERENCE 0 121 >3-1 0 121 13-1 0 E7 195 0 14S ,571 1 12J 149 .357 0 F-J? 193 .286 W L T F A Pis r> 269 "20 0 351 IS-l IS 0 316 257 0 317 3J9 12 0 223 3i6 8 14 and lost 12 for Milwaukee in 1972. Lonborg, whose best season was 22-9 for the American League champion Boston Red Sox in 1967, was traded to the w L T F A 1 IA 1-16 20 I-C o ;a; 721 ?ci 1 Ar D 353 ft i Sa n 23? VI 6 rJ CONFERENCE W L T F A Pel h 1 0 165 W ,B57 3 0 122 73 -7U J 3 f) 68 147 ,571 1 5 0 K 154 16 0 42'I71 .1J3 enlraf 3 0 161 1.11 .571 t 3 0 .571 53 1 132 133 .500 310 US .J29 1 I 1 17 155 .M2 .1 n 154 133 .571 is i 10? ie Ihti run II. M. ro- p to on- finisher in I ho Prix von Kuropa ;it Cnlopne. airfrirly liarf hirncd Hie winner of thnt race, a fkTrn-ui Prince fpfi, Inckcd an outstanding .lohn D. Schupiro, Iho piopirkrnt who nnli'd Ihe Inter- niitionM. "ft v.TiS a cflse of allov.ing the Rusfiians to enter a horse foil, not of chnm- pionship ralibre or holding out Srluipiro said. "We (Tiiilrl not rnoke them undci'- larc stand Ihe International desiRntid for classic hor.sra, not, ordirr-'iry Droll n son of 'lorn Koife Ihe Ki71 tnlernntirjnnl winner, Run The Omintld, hns one of the most reliable U.S. handicap performers this year, i I e v.'on 111 c Ci rcy 1 ,a g a nd Tidal handicaps at Aqueduct, the Massachusetts Handicap at Suffolk Downs, the Hawthorne fp-old Cup, .iiid recently Lofjk the Cnnjuiian Cham- Droll Uolc cbasen by Uie American Selection noarri to join Kentucky Derby wi rmcr Riva Ridge as the U.S. repre- sentatives, and to replace tho injured six-year-old Typecast. Trainer Tommy Kelly hatl shipped Droll Role to SaJila An- ita for the Oak Tree In- vitational Wednesday, but that race will be bypassed now that the International bid has been accepted. Kelly said the colt will bo shipped back to New York, and then shipped lo Lau- rel about a week before the In- ternational. Belle Geete, a four-year-old filly owned by Toronto Mrx'k- broker Bill La timer, is Ihe only Canadian entry. She hn.s won six of 12 starts this season for a purse total of Other foreign entries sched- uled to oppose tho American horses include San .Snn of France, Parnell and SI eel Pulse of England, Rorccn of Ireland, Japan's Mejiro-Masashi, ami Jumbo .Id from Singapore. Russia had participated in eight past Internationals, the last time in when Aniline's second-place Finish Ihoir beet showing ever. Available In All Sizes 0 RADIAL 9 BELTED 4 PLY POLYESTER ELRICH IEVHBRIDGE-BOW (SIAND ;