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                                                                                     By DON BLANCHARD                 King's Best (Bombers) logs Mon-        Jimmy Bulloeh's fast-break-       late Bulldogs were busy prac-         the scoring leader going InUi        Alfonso was the outstanding
                                                                                If tlie Bombers are riding lower      day night, shellacked unbeaten       ing' St. Andrews outdistanced       ticing for the weslerni Canada        the evening's play. His tcam>      Traveller on view. Parobec and
                                                                              than first place in the local           ACT Travellers 74-40 and created     Carting's (nee St. Vital Bull-      final.                              ^ mates. Hill and Wally Faro-        sniper Dick Bevan also showed
                                                                              basketball circuit when they re-                                                                                                                       bee, were tied for second wltli    well before fouling onfe
                             By - BEII1T GREEIt                               turn from the football wars, it
                                                                                                                      a three-way tie for the Greater
                                                                                                                      Winnipeg Senior Men's Basketball
                                                                                                                                                           dogs) 82-64 in the cage opener
                                                                                                                                                           before a small crowd al the
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                                                                                                                                                                                                 The win was the Andies'. second 26 points each. Paro managed!             ACT clicked on only 10 of 23
                                                                              won't be from lack of effort on         League leadership.                   Civic Auditorium. The Bisons,      in thcee outings. Travellers own only six points.                         charity throws. Bisons capitalized
                                                                              the part of their capable sub-            It was the'second straight win     also bolstered Carting's; whose    an identical record. Carling's and                  «   •  V              on 18 of 31.
                                                                              stitutes — University Bisons.           Bisons have fashioned for King's     lineup is also centred around      CKRC, the fifth entry, are winless ACT held their own with the
           Sometimes statistics can be confusing. For Instance", the defend- The youthful Bisons donned                                                                                       in two starts.                                                              A LITTLE of the BuIIoch -polish
                                                                                                                      Best, who remained unbeaten.         football talent. The interraed-                                         Bisons in the early going. It was    has rubbed off on the young
      ing champion Seattle Totems are nestled in third place, in the Western                                                                                                                     Continually pestered by the the only time' in the game they
      Hockey League and they .just, happen to have the top four point-                                                                                                                                                                                                  Andies who piled up the biggest
                                                                                                                                                                                              fierce checking Bisons, the de- were to enjoy such a share of             score of the season in the opener.
                                         getters — Marc Boileau, Rudy Fi                                                                                                                      fending     champion      Travellers the play. Bisons went in front
                                         lion, Guyle Fielder and Bill Mac                                                                                                                                                                                               The Aniiies had more method be-
                                                                                                                                                                                              turned in one of their worst 25-20 at the half and swarmed all            hind their attack than the Car-
                                         Farland.                        *                                                                                                                    shooting performances since the over tha 'champs' in the final 20
                                              Boileau is the hottest of the                                                                                                                                                                                             ling's gamesters. Their passing
                                                                                                                                                                                              little general, Andy Spack, took                                          was crisp and their quick break-
                                         foursome with 11 goals ami the                                                                                                                       over the reins of the team. Their
                                         same number 'of assists.                                                                                                                                                                                                       aways kept the opposition off bal-
                                                                                                                                                                                              team shooting figure was an                        STANDINGS
                                              Of course t h o s e statistics                                                                                                                  anaemic 27 per cent. Bisons saw                              1i T A
                                         aren't so surprising to the \Vinni-                                                                                                                                                         Kins'* Bert         2                The Andies came up with an-.
                                                                                                                                                                                              38 per cent of their shots drop. St. Andrew'i .... 2 0 127 167
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1 182
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        other balanced attack — nine
                                         peg Warriors, whom the Totems                                                                                                                                                                                   2 1 158 ITS
                                         walloped 6-1 for their worst beat-                                                                                                                      Bison guard Laurie Predinchuk's ACT                                    players shared the points. Frank
                                         ing of their current coast trip                                                                                                                      average was closer to 60 per cent. CirUns's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ,... 0 3 1.10 137
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         0 2 SO 97      Kiraly was tha leading shotsmith
                                         If that licking is a true indication                                                                                                                 He sank 10 field goals arid four                                          with 22 points. Gino Walker
                                         of the play the Warriors will have                                                                                                                   free throws for a 24-point effort.                                        'pitched' home 14 points, Dave
                                         their ^hands full when they meel                                                                                                                     The outburst gave him the minutes. Travellers were forced to              Johnson 11 and Don McKush 10.
                                         the Seattle team here Friday anc                                                                                                                     league's . scoring lead with 46 resort to the long shot most of           Big Mike Henderson, a Bison fill
                                         Sunday.                                                                                                                                              points. Graham Zelmer, another the evening as the stubborn Bisons         in, turned in a great two-way
                                                                                                                                                                                              Bison standout, collected 15 points. refused to give them elbow room      game for the losers. He collected
                                            Seattle has made o n l y one                                                                                                                      John Embry contributed a dozen around their bucket.
                                         change in its roster from last                                                                                                                                                                                                 20 points, five more than team-
                                                                                                                                                                                              points and Glen Torgeson nine. Bud Fraser's 'Tobans, meiin-               mate Dave Novak. The above pair,
                                         season when it broke even with                                                                                                                       Oddly, the above four were also while, look plenty of liberties in
                                         the Warriors p in six meetings. Va                                                                                                                                                                                             along with Len Sedun, also saw
                                                                                                                                                                                              the game's defensive stars.          the ACT end, especially Predin-      action in the night-cap. Andies led
                                         Fonteyne was drafted by the De-
                                         troit Red Wings and'at the mo-                                                                                                                            Not a single Traveller wag chuk and Zelmer. Embry was the            34-26 at the half.
                                         ment is a top-flight candidate for                                                                                                                      able to hit, double figures. key to the backboards, nabbing 14           Next senior action Is slated for
              MARK EOILEAU               the NHL rookie award. He has                                                                                                                            Doug Hill and Scooter Alfonso rebounds, in all. Earl Torgeson          the Field House Saturday night.
                                         been replaced by big Bill Mac-                                                                                                                          came closest with eight apiece. hauled in an additional 11 while       The league resumes at the aud-
      Farland. Probably tlie reason BUI is doing so well is because he's                                                                                                                         Alfonso, with 28 points, was Ed Melnyk grabbed eight.                  itorium next Monday.
      centred by that crafty playmafcer Guyle Fielder, who scored his
      700th point Sunday night.
            Besides possessing a fine array of free-wheeling forwards,
"       the Totems arc ivell crpjppeol defensively. In goal Is Bev Bentliey
;      of the famous Bcntlcy fsarly, who is considered among ihe
       tops in the league.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     oe o
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;;;;• • Then coach Keith Allen has one of the meanest defence corps
 • In the league, including Frank Arnett, All-Star Gordon Sinclair and
''.', Les Hunt. Arnett. a former Warrior, loves the rough going and has
— improved considerably since joining the Totems. He and Vancouver's
... Larry Cahan are the 'bad boys' of the league to date with 50 minutes
     in penalties.
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 1     SEATTLE'HAS a long association wUh the Pacific Coast League,
 • now called 'the Western League. The WHL came into being 12 years
. ago, but away back in 1916-17 the Seattle Metropolitans were the
" first U.S. team to win the Stanley Cup.
       The Totems are struggling along in a 4,500-seat arena at the
   moment, but next year will have a magnificent 15,000 arena, which
   is being built in conjunction wilh ihe state of Washington's 100th
• anniversary. Portland, which is expected to be in the league in the
   near future, is also erecting a new arena, which would give the
   WHL five rinks with at least 8.000 capacities. The others are Winni-
   peg, Calgary and Edmonton.
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         WARRIORS should be provided with plenty of vocal support
     when they meet the Victoria Cougars here Nov. 17-19 and the Spokane                                                                                                                                      INSIST ON                                             FROST SHIELDS
     Comets Nov. 24. They are all 'pony nights' and approximately 10,000                                                                                                                                      Carter froit shields keep visibility at its sharpest, winter driving ot Us lafest.
     youngsters will be yelling their heads off at each game. There's|
     oodles of prizes, including a Shetland pony, each night. The poniesj                                                                                                                                     Featuring a patented gasket design, Iho • "tortei" frost ihield adheres
     will be completely eqftipped with bridles and saddles.                                                                                                                                                   firmly to your cor window for crystal clear viewing. Only minutes are required
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     BURLEY DEFENCEMAN B:ill Folk, who received a badly bruised                                                                                                                                               — the most demanded frost shield in Canada.'
 ankle in the first game against Calgary, is expected to be back in                      HIGH FLIER: St. Andrew's Dove Johnson (23) was Johnny-on-the-spot to haul in this
 the lineup Friday. Bill has been trying to skate, but finds it difficult!                                                                                                                                  "CARTER" PRODUCTS ARE "DESIGNED FOR SEiWICE."
 to make a right turn. Gary Bergman, another casualty, is also j                     rebound during Monday night's Senior Men's Basketball League action of th'e. Auditorium.                          Manufactured By J A M E S B. C A R T E R LIMITED.                         Winnipeg, Canada
-expected to be back in the lineup against Totems.                                  That's Carling's Ken MacRae (44) moving in to check the Andie, who helped hii team beat
     One of the things that gle.ddens the hearts of Manager Jac                     Carting's 82-64.          .                   '                       •        •
 Perrin and Coach Alf Pike is the sudden 'arrival' of some of th
 team veterans. Paul Masnick picked up five points against Spokane
 while Ked Johansen scored two< goals in the second game. Red in
 jured his leg at training camp Eind lost considerable time. He's stan
 ing to come now and will be a valuable asset to the team with, hi
 steady digging.
                                                                                     EDMONTON (CP) — Players' sweater numbers for first game
                                                                                  of the Western Interprovincial Football Union final Wednesday:
                                                                                             WINNIPEG                           EDMONTON
                                                                                         11 —   Ploen                        12 — Parker
                                                                                         12 —   Janzen                       14 — Kruger
                                                                                         14 —   Potter                     . 15 — Kwong
                                                                                         17 —   Latourelle                   15 — Miles
    MONTREAL (CP) — Jacques                  of minor-league or low-ranking              20 —   Kehrcr                       22 — J. B. Smith
 Beauchamp, sports e d i t o r >of           amateur capacity.                           21 —   Shepard                      23 — Shipka
 Montreal Matin and a fellow not               Beauchamp, 32, some years ago             22 —   Shannon                      24 — Bright
 without experience as a goalie,             played with the junior A Mont               23 — Delveaux                       25 — Schumm
 has been signed as spare ne;t-              real Concordias. He was spare               27 — Rowland                        27 — Getty
 minder with Montreal Canadiens,             goalie for Montreal Royals sen              28 — James                          23 — Lashuk
 it was learned Monday.                      iors when they won the Allan Cup            29 -3" Lewis                       41 — Stephenaon
   The move came about because               12 years ago. He had to give u]             4S — Drtmnan                       43 — Barry
 the National Hockey League club             regular practice workouts witl              44 — Warren                        50 — Walker
 doesn't want to be called on to              Canadiens a few years ago be               47 — Bilickl                       51 — Stevenson
 use 3. standby goalie in case of            .cause of his newspaper work                52 — Burkholder                    52 — Gray
 injury to goalie Jacques Plante             has continued playing in what he            53 — Gray                          53 — Ecnyer
 on road trips.                              called the "depression league." I           56 — Kotowich                      55 — Fracas
    Beauchamp has been making                is an organization of former pro            58 — Piper                         56 — Kmech '
 all trips as representative of his           and amateur players.                       62 — Savoie                        61 — Dye
 newspaper.                                     Beauchamp will continue re               G3 — Patrick                       64 — Volcan
   NHL regulations call for stand-           porting Canadians' games. He                64 — Tinsley                       65 — Craddock
 by goalies in cases of emergency.           would be used by Canadiens in a             67 — Rigney                        66 — Nelson
 But the standby frequently is               regular game only in case o                 70 — Rauhaus                       67 — Frankenberger
 scarcely even in the rookie class            emergency on a road trip.                  71 — Funston                       70 — w: Smith
                                                                                         73 — Luining                       71 — Bendlak
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             COSTS LESS YHANQWMIMG!                                                      78 — Meadmore
                                                                                         79 — Ross
                                                                                                                            75 — Chamnan
                                                                                                                            78 — Coffey
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      North Main at Church                                    Ph. JU 9-538T      Seattle Totems right winger, has         Rudy Filion of Seattle led the      matic TranimUsion,' Radio.
                                                                                  :aken the lead in • the Western                                                                                                                                         Power Brakes, Radio.          OJ| RQ
                                                                                                                        playmakers with 15 assists and        Radixed to                                                                                  Reduced to                    «pJL33
                                                                                  Jockey League individual scoring      was second in scoring with 21
                                                                                 race with 11 goals and 1 assists      points. Another Totem — Guyle
                                                                                  :or 22 points.                       Fielder—is third with 18 points.                                                                   FENAHCE TSHM5
                                                                                   . The 11 goals also put him in a       Art Jones of .Victoria Cougars
                                                                                  ie with veteran -Sid Finney of                                             90540—B                                                                                     90811—B
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                                                                                                                        and Warren Hynes of Edmonton
                                                                                 Calgary as the top goal scorers.
                                                                                     The statistics includes games
                                                                                                                       Flyers were tied with the most
                                                                                                                       game-winning goals, three each.'
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                                                                                  United Cagers                        ucks regained first place among
                                                                                                                       the goalkeepers with an average
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                                                                                  Defeat Beavers                       of 2.25 goals a game. Cougars'
                                                                                                                       Marc Pelletier was second with a
                                                                                    United College got off to a good 2.33 average. Bassen also hati an
                                                                                  tart last Friday, defeating Beavers assist last week.       . .
                                                                                   8 to 43 in the YMCA Senior "B" Vancouver's Larry Cahan and
                                                                                  Basketball League.                   Seattle's Frank; Arnett each have
                                                                                    At the end of the flrst half served 50 minutes in penalties.
                                                                                  Seavers and United College were The leaders:
                                                                                 leadlocked with 17 points apiece.
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                                                                                    In the final half, however. United
                                                                                  Jollege managed to get the lead, BoUeau, Seattle             11 11 22                Lot
                                                                                 which they held to the end.           Filion, Seattle          5 15 21                                                                                                                           Showroom
                                                                                                                       fielder., Seattle        9 S 18             Portage
                                                                                    The big guns in the game were
                                                                                                                       MacFarland, Seattle      8 9 '17
                                                                                 Robertson of the Beavers, who Dliver, Edmonton
                                                                                                                                                7 10 17                                                                                                                              266          :
                                                                                  allied for 23 points, and Hobson of Dorohoy,Vancouver                                 &
                                                                                                                                                4 13 17
                                                                                 United with 17 points.                Finney, Calgary                                                                                                                                        SHERBROOK ST. i
                                                                                                                                               11 5 16
                                                                                   The next games of regular league Carmichael, Vancouver 8 8 16                   McGee
                                                                                  ilay are scheduled for Tuesday Brunei, Winnipeg
                                                                                  vening. The first game will see Jones, Victoria
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                                                                                 United College meet the Phantoms Kilburn, Vancouver
                                                                                                                                                   8 16
                                                                                                                                                7 8 15
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                                                                                  nd ^e second game will pit Cyr, Vancouver                     3 12 15
                                                                                 inox' Hawks against Beavers.          A. Johnson, Spokane      6 8 li

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