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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBR1DOE HERALD ThureJoy, 14, 1972 Cougars meet Bulldogs Battle for top goes on Friday By LLOYD YAMAGISHI i Hernld Sports Writer After staging (wo of the most exciting football games ever held at the Henderson ball park last weekend, lire officials of the Southern Alberla High School Football League are probably wondering what will happen this weekend. Last weekend, Uie defending champion Catholic Central Cou- gars squeezed past the Leth- bridge Collegiate InsU'.v.te Rams by a 4-3 score in the league opener and the Winston Jets given boost by government WINNIPEG (CP) The Man- itoba government has puvchas- ed 550 season tickets from Win- nipeg Jets of (lie World Hockey Associalion and will make them available to organized social groups. Recreation Minister Larry Desjardins saici today the tick- ets, purchased at about a 15 per cent discount, cost the gov- ernment He said they will be distributed to youth groups, senior citizens, handi- capped and disadvantaged per- sons through representative or- ganizations. The government decided to buy the tickets after rejecting B request from the Jets for an exemption on amusement tax for the club's first season, Des- jardins said. "With 550 season tickets for 30 games, nearly persons will be able to attend games during the season who might not normally be able to do Churchill Bulldogs edged Medi- Hat McCoy Colts 10-5. Friday night, the Cougars and Bulldogs will square off, in vhat is expected to be, a fast noving game. The offensive unit of both dubs rely heavily on their speed and should keep (be de- 'ensive units hopping tiirougti- out the course of the even- ing. Game time is set for 8 p.m. at the Henderson ball park, Meanwhile the LCI Rams will travel to Medicine Hat Saturday lo face the Cresent Height: Vikings in an inter-locking league game. The Rams suffered a heart- breaking loss last weekend, but are determined to make up for it against the Vikings. The Foothills Football Con- ference, formerly called the Western Eight Football League will stage another five games in their second week of play on the weekend. This season the 10-team league is divided into two di- visions, with each team playing a home and home series witi: each member in its division, as well as, two interlocking ex- hibition games. The eastern division inclules teams from Picture Butte, Coat- dale, Cardston, Milk River and Raymond while Claresholm, St. Mary's, High River, Nanton and Vulcan make up the western di- vision. Saturday, theRaym one Comets will see action for the first time this year as they take on the defending champion Picture Butte Eiks. Cardston Cougars travel to Milk River for a tilt against the Ridge Riders while the High River Mustangs meet the St. Mary's Warriors in Card- ston. Claresholm will also see ac- tion as they visit the Coaldale Spartans. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL HART TAXIDERMY GEMSTONES Arvltf Oaeen 24r, Harry Chapman 273, Sen 260, Jfm Arthur ?37, Blfl Jensen 23fi, Bob Arffiur 3M, Frank Bsrnhart 2il, Beliy Murffanrf Ann Reed 232 217, Ellen Johnson 228, Vcfma Miller KIGA'S LADIES Pat Jarvte 320, Edith Vo1h 301 Linda AAalcomscn 231 Kae Mann 271 Dlanne Pedersen Ut Marlene Bosch 2W Jenny Fehrr 271 Marlene Saler Shirley Alexander 259 Madge Clark PREBUILT SOCIAL Shirley Helesy lit, NecJra WiUlams 313, Judy Lanrasse 223, Hsltle McDonald Larry Taiv akr 330, Gary ?33, Bill Low 313, Joe Schmalr 277, Meryla Bunnage 223. MONDAY NITE MIXED JeaneMa Srneed Carol Lsz- aruk 259, Leona Pcdrinl 759 Wary Wishnevskr 255, Wllma Valer ?JB, Pat Tunitall 748, Jack Smeed 317 Keith Labrosh 301, Sieve Ped- ersen 300 John Kovacs 795, John Lacey 2B7 Let Us WINTERIZE Your Trailer -NOWI- PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES 600 4lh AVE. NORTH PHONE 328-4421 -lint Weir of the Gai Company Don't Miss Out On The of YAMAHA CYCLE In Their New Premises At 1519 3rd Ave. South (Next Door To The New Farmers Market) SATURDAY, SEPT. 16 Be Sure To Enter Your Name On The FREE DRAW FOR THE YAMAHA 125 cc TWIN i J Special rooter on Taylor's side A BREAK IN THE ACTION Bob Boone, left, Phila- pire Doug Harvey and Phils' coach Brandy Davis. New delphia Phillies' catcher, gots lolj of assistance in his York Mets won the game 11-6. One lens was found bur seorcn for contact lenses knocltpH mif Kv in n nm-.-i'i ntUn.. earch for contact fenses knocked out by his mask in a try for a seventh inning pop fly. Aiding in the search are both batboys, Phils' coach Ray Ripplemeyer, plate um- search for the other continued after the game. (AP Wirepholo) Dallas Tvill miss quarterback Staubach Redskins over Cowboys in east? NEW YORK (AP) Dallas Cowboys are the big question mark again in the National ootball League's National Conference. Despite the loss of No. 1 uarterback Roger Sfaubach, Jallas should do quite well this making It to the- as the No. 4 team from he NFC. But look for Washington Red- skins to win the East Division, vith (he Cowboys a close sec- ond. Minnesota Vikings appear to be an easy winner i.n the Ccn- Iral Division but another tough race shapes up in the West be- .ween San Francisco '43ers and Los Angeles Rams. Here is how the final NFC standings will probably look. East Division: Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys, St. ouis Cardinals, Philadelphia agios, New York Giants. Central Division: Minnesota Vikings, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears. West Division: San Francisco '49ers, Los Angeles Rams, At- lanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints. SKINS HOME FIRST There are several reasons why Dallas won't win the NFC East, one being George Allen's Washington Redskins. The Cowboys lost running- back Duanc Thomas in a trade with San Diego Chargers, but Ihey still have Calvin Hill and Walt Garrison. But that won't be quite enough, Dallas' Doomsday Defence has been one of the best in the game, but this may be the year that age starts lo catch up with such stalwarts as Bob Killy, Chuck Howley, Cornell Green and Herb Adderly. With Sonny Jurgensen rejoin ing the Redckins, who also have Billy Kilmer at quarter back, Allen's crew will be lough. The Redskin' Ovcr-the- Hill Gang could falter some, but not enough to keep Wash- ington from winning its first di- vision crown since 1945 when Sammy Baugh was quarter- Peking the team. St. Louis may contend In the East but not strongly enough to win. The Cardinal offence could be potent with Jim Hart and :ary Cuozzo at quarterback, plus receivers Jackie Smith ind Mel Gray and running back Donny Anderson. The St. Louis defence is suspect, how- ever, and likely to give up too much yardage and too many points. The Eagles and Giants wiU field teams this season. Not much else can be said for them. Minnesota is the team that will represent the NFC in the Super Bowl this year. Fran TarkenUm returns to quarter- back the Vikings, who already have such offensive stalwarts Short sport HOCKEY SERIES? LONDON (Heuter) Plans for an annual world profes- sional Ice hockey championship and the formation of a five- country European League were announced today by a group of businessmen and sports offi- cials. The winners of -each year's European League will play the winners of the National Hockey League for the world profeS' sional title, he said. KANE LEAVES POST ORILLIA, Ont. (CP> Ap- proached by the World Hockey Association to act as its legal counsel In Canada, Toronto lawyer Joe Kane announced to- day he is leaving his post as coach of the Orillia Terriers of the Ontario Hockey Association Senior A league for an in- definite period. He said he will still fill his second obligation to the club as director of player personnel. ZUGER WILL SCOUT HAMILTON (CP) Ham ilton Tiger-Oats announced Wednesday that quarterback Jon Zuger hss rejoined the club as a scout for the remainder o] the Canadian Football league season. Zuger v.-as Ticats' quarter- back for 10 seasons before a shoulder injury last year pui lim on the sidelines. He tried a comeback tills year but his shoulder still gave him prob- ems and the club dropped him. BEARS GRAB TEIO CHICAGO (AP) Chicago Sears announced Wednesday .hat they have claimed three slayers on waivers, including Jormer Notre Dame all-Ameri- can quarterback, John Huarte, who had been dropped by Kan- sas City Chiefs. To make room for Huarte, ,vho has been with New Eng- and Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets and Kansas City in his six-year ca- reer, the Bears asked waivers on backup quarterback Kent Nix. COUGARS SIGN MORE CHICAGO (AP) Chicago Cougars of the new World Hockey Association increased their roster to 24 players by signing two goalies Wednesday. They were Andre Gill, 29, ID- season netminder for Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League, and Paul Menard, 20, who played lor Verdun Maple Leafs in the Quebec Junior Hockey League last year. THE BEAUTIFUL DIFFERENCE in SNOWMOBIUNG SKIROULE By COLEMAN EVER CONSIDERED A SNOWMOBILE DEALERSHIP AS A MEANS OF INCREASING WINTER PROFITS? OR IF YOU ARE PRESENTLY A DEALER, ARE YOU ENJOYING THE MOST ADVANCED MACHINE IN THE BUSINESS PREPAID FREIGHT BONUS CASH DISCOUNTS INTEREST FREE FINANCING FREE TRIPS TO HAWAII (10 mathine.) OUR DEALERS ARE ond if you are intei-esred in more information on how to o SKIROULE DEALER CONTACT PALISADE SNOWMOBILE DISTRIBUTORS LTD., 314-MERIDIAN ROAD N.E., CALGARV, ALBERTA PH. 272-8741 as Gene Washington, John Gil iam, Dave Osborn and Bil Jrown. And then Ihero are [he 'urplc People El er, Alan Page, Jim Marshall Gary Larsen and the rest of thi defence. Detroit Lions can't be com iletely counted out, but de- encc, or the lack of it, will be ho story of this team for 1972 Juarterback Greg Landry can loltl his own with anybody, bu he doesn't play defence. Green Bay will run the ball a ot with John Brockington aiu MacArthur Lane gaining con siderable yardage. Scott Hunts at quarterback isn't a Bar Starr. As for the Bears, now fiia Sale Sayers has retired, abou :he only thing that can be sal for them is that they have a 4ft man roster, which will var greatly during the season. PUTTI STILL CHAMP CAGLIARI, Italy (AP) An- tonio Putti of Italy retained his European lightweight boxing title Wednesday night when Italian challenger Enzo Pel- riglia was unable to continue in the llth round of their sched- uled 15-round fight. Sugar Kings host Blazers Saturday TTic Lethbrldge Sugar King will taste action sooner thaj they thought as they host tb, Bellingham Blazers of Wasinfc ton in an exhibition tilt Satur day night. The Kings are currently wit) out a coach, since Biff Keddii cut ties with the local Alber Junior Hockey League club. General manager Syd Hall expected to handle the eoac ing duties until a regular coai can be found. Hall Mill lead the club agains the Blazers Saturday night 8 p.m. at the Henderson Lak Ice Centre. Meanwhile the Blazers face the Crowsnest Pass ilt Devils in an exhibition encoun er Sunday afternoon. The Red Devils are the new est entries in the AJHL and are led by former Kings' coa John Cliapman. CHINOOK STATIONERS have MOVED to 319 7rh Street South, LETHBRIDGE CHINOOK STATIONERS ITD., formerly totaled in 13th Si. North, have now completed Iheir move fo 319 7lh STREET SOUTH, IETHBRIDGE. Now conveniently located downtown fo offer you the urmosr in service and satisfaction for ol[ your OFFICE FURNITURE, OFFICE SUPPLIES, PRINTING ond RUBBER STAMPS. We extend o personal Invitation to our many friends and customers, both old and new, to come In and 469 our new quarter-finals MONTREAL (CP) Roger aylor will have a very special ooter in his section today when o goes up against Egypt's Is- mil El Shafei In second-round ngles play at the International ennis One of the ball boys at the eels-long, tournament, -year-old 'Allan Barg, thinks aylor !s something special. "He's the the oungster said Wednesday alter o and Taylor held an im- romptu workout during a reak in play. The English player practised r about 30 minutes -with ihe oy and explained later: "We don't usually do tliis ery often but I saw young Al- m sitting around all day just for a chance to get on le court ard I said why not. "Tour pros aren't just money HREE ELIMINATED Taylor's practice round came t a break in a heavy schedule saw three seeded players Ilminated in second round" sta- les play. Australia's Ken Bosewall, 'ikki Pilic of Yugoslavia and Bob Lutz of Tiburon, Calif., all vent down in straight sets, ringing to five the number of top-ranked players out of quarter-finals. Mark Con of England and Australia's Ray Ruffels were downed earlier. Rosewall, seeded Illh, took It on the chin from fourth-seeded Cliii Drysdolo of South Africa 6-1, 6-2. The lanky Drysdale kept the usually accurate Aus- tralian at bay with a powerful baseline game and was never in trouble. The ninth-seeded Lutz fell 6-1, B4 to No. 6 Tom Okker of tha Netherlands while seventh- seeded PiUc fell 64, W to Cliff Richey of San Angelo, Tox. In the last singles match of the day, second-seeded Arthur Ashe of New York City blew past Australia's Jolm Alexan- der, 6-2, M. Lutz re-injured right knee, hurt earlier tliis year, in the Okker match and had to default from a doubles contest scheduled later in the day. Tha lett Ashc without a partner and enabled the pair of Rosewall and South Africa's Bob Maud to advance to second-round dou- bles. In oilier doubles, the Austral fan duo of Terry Addison and Roy Emerson dumped San Diego's Tom Leonard and Roy Earth 7-6, 6-1 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE 'Htsburgh BB IhTcago 75 York 72 I. 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