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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE tETHSSiDCE HEIiAlD Tursdny, Augu.i 24, 1971 r...... Locals host liio-duy tournament Labor Day Rugby stars will raise a little dust DV i-.vr lli-nilil Spin-Is Writer I low ilu ion liRure it? In Ihis day ami aRe. all I he em- phasis put on llic almighty dol- lar, one group of Lethbridge arc willing lo pul their product on public display at no charge. Tliey even one slop further bv bringing in visllinK learns wlndi all can see for nolhing. There is no catch. You don't (Ten have lo pay lo get out and yon can come and go as you please as often as you nlr.-i'.r I'm sure you won't liavo caught on (o who I am (alking about, but it is the Ilugby Club, otherwise known as the T-elhbridge Barbarians. really not as bad as it sounds, Barbarians." said one learn official, ''We do bring up a little dust, however." The local rugby club, or rug- ger if you like, is planning what could an 10 or even 12-lcam nigby-fc.sf Labor id are the prc-feit favorites. I cncc at some positions. But ;ill n......'" i three, according to reports, will provide entertaining ai rugby during the meet. Games are set for the two iipclmd. Se'pl. "1 am AL piT.-cnl wet have four i "liolh ihe Druids and Golden other club-, hfsieles ourselves Bears arc piiwcrful stat-1-, anH confirmed." Bill McCann: ed one member of the Loth- i P antl of Hie club. "We can sccoino-1 bridge learns' executive, date as many us 12 bi't ivc fig-' The Bears are made me iherc u'ill tie somewhere' up of mainly physical education j fields slarling at one o'clock hU'Vfcii eight and 10 at Ihc: majors ami are always tough i Saturday and running eontin- final count." and exciting. emtisly through until and I'lw; now call for two! Druiels, it sa.vs in the eliclion-! then from noon unlil Sun- he mod'for the two-'a'T. arc members of a pre-Jday. ilv event "We- nave access lo, Christian religious order of I Roger Marsh, a team offici- tlie Civic Centre and Wilson among Ihe ancient celts, al and player, dcsci-ibcd Ihe Junior High School." continued1 Britain ar.d Ireland, j game of rugger as "a game for MdJaiui 11 was also m a d Druids who will take' hoolligans but played by gcnlic- clear Ihiil should 12 teams take' part in the Lethbridge rugby- men." part Winston Churchill resemble these ancient The game itself consists of IS School was available PS well. in name only. mcn who lwo 45 mjnulc To dale, besides the host Bar- Druids have dominated i similar to football as barians, teams who will be here rugby in Alberta circles for the ir tlle CFL ......Past thi'ee years and are once js fasti rurious and almost non- include two Calgary sides, the HoiTels and Sainls, and a like number from Edmonton, the University of Alberta Golden Bears and the Druids. More leams are expected to confirm their taking part this week. According to the local offi- cials the two lulinonlon clubs s solid, tough side. Lethbridge Barbarians gave stop. Only three substitutions are allowed each team and then them a strong run in a tourna- j only at half time. If a man is mcnt in Calgary but according to officials Druids should be one of the teams lo beat. Calgary Saints and Hornets are, like Ihe Barbarians, in a building stage with incxperi- injured, his team plays short- handed until he returns or is substituted for at half time. According to Marsh, "size is of no real importance in rug- I minder, as no padding 01 equipment is worn by Ihe play- ers except for ankle protcctoii and cleatcd boots Sportsmanship is cmphasizec in rugby as is Icam comrade ship. "We enjoy ourselves a greal I said McCann. "We play i for Ihc total enjoyment of the The locals invite newcomers to take part in Ihc game as J Ibere is abrays an opening for blood Barbarians, currently in scc- I ond spot in the Calgary Rugby League, are at borne to Cal- gary Saints this Saturday at the Civic Centre al three o'clock. A win would put them in a pos- ition to take over top spot in their next outing. The welcome mat is out to lake part in Ihe game of rugby or take in the activities of Lclhbridge's first rugby-fcst. You can join right in and bring up a little dusl. A GENTfEMAN AT is a game for hooligans played by Roger Marsh of Ihe lelhbridgc Barbarians rugby club. fellow gol his Icmpsr -Jiqhily hul nrcordina lo local officials il will h" alltogether different clur'ng Ihe rugby.fest Sept, 4 and 5. Easl coast, golfers slP.nl show Ontario jumps ahead EDMONTON 'CD Ontario All four Onlaiio team mem-j The Nova Scolians were look first-round lead in the hers were over par for the open-' paced by Ihe sparkling play of Canadinn junior mierprovincial; ing 18 holes, but their 29S gave j John }iaCLcod Glasgow, Ha inilton gardener in trouble Stampeders will face Holm town boy team golf championship but an In-year-old from Nova Scolia got the applause. them a 12-stroke lead over Brit ish Columbia uhieh finished o.ie .stroke ahead of Nova Scotia. CALGARY (CP) Wayne Holm, a casloff Calgary Stam- peders quarterback, will be against, his former (cam-males tonight m Ihe uniform of the British Col'lir.liia Hiil llnlm will not be calling signals behind the offensive line; lie v.-ill be in the defensive haekfield trying to knock down the passes of those who beat him out of a Caigary job. A Uiird-slrijig quarterback in 1970, lie was the victim of a tal- ent glut in the Calgary camp this spring as four men com- peted for the field-general's spot. When it became apparent Holm was expendable, he wa? They said the shed also con- tained several watering cans and infra-red lights used to start the plants indoors before transplanting them outside. Philbrick, 2.'i. a ccnlre and defensive end with the Tiger- Cats, was released on bail and was to appear in crim- inal court today. He missed Monday night's (cam practice hut met later with head coach Al Dorrow. Ti- ger-Cats general manager Ralph Sazio refused comment. Philbrick, a graduate in agri- whose par 71 was Ihc lowest of i switched to (he defensive squad and was "just beginning (o said coach Jim Duncan. O'Quiim finds quirk in rules Generals capture Alberta crown Jt DLMSDALE. Alia. (Special The Lclhbridge M and K Gen- erals picked up three straight victories and look home the Alberta bitrrmcdiale "A" pro- vincial champions h i p this past weekend. Thc Generals brought up only nine players lo the two- day provincial playoff finals, finding it touch to fill a squad due to job commitments. The shortage of players didn't seem lo bother the Generals as they rolled to three straight victories to capture the title. Saturday the Generals rack- ed up two runs in the bottom of Ihe seventh inning lo edge Ihc tourney favorites. Calgary Rentals 6-3. Li Ihc "A" section final the Generals slashed the host Dims- rlale Hoadnmncrs G-fl behind Dennis Allen's one hilter while in the championship final they proved lire odds-makers wrong for Ihe second lime, blanking the '10 players. Albeit a and Manitoba he was cut. lied for fourth with Mi while T. :__.. Saskatchewan's 31G "as two strokes heller than New Bruns- wick. Prince Edward Island j came in with a followed by Defending-ciiainpion Quebec, i wliie-h soared to 323, and New- foii'-.dlanel with -.'is. MacLeod said he expected to break par today piovided he could get more distance off the 1 tec. He had a 'one-under-par the Calgary Kcni als 0. one_ The cbampioas same was k scoreless until Ihc lop of the b seventh innins when Ihe Gen- 'L'sually my Moods arc Hie MONTREAL (CPi If Olympic sprinter John Carlos can be classified as a Cana- dian, he soon ivill he a niem- ilifficult lo understand bcr o[ thc Montreal AloueUes, Red O'Quinn, general-man- ager of the Canadian Football League chih said Monday. "After all. don't have any Canadian hoys around who can run the 100 in his problems in making Ihe Cal gary defensive unit. In four games, Ihe Stamped- ers have given up only 21 including two touch- downs. CHANGES FEW The defence, which was Ihe best in the Western Football Conference last year, is basi- cally unchanged. U took on an even more fa- miliar look Monday when vet- eran linebacker Jim Furlong, on craJs' learioff bailer M i 1; c Sla-1 brsl he 5aid-1 'he injury reserve list with vich, who had ?lammcd out three base hit. was driven home by Don Dielzen. A one- bagger by Jim Baird d rove Dietzen in for thr? second run. Allen who had pitched the previous two games, earned thc victory in the final giving up two hits and fanning eight while Ron Bun1, ash suffered the loss. In other games played dur- ing the two day affair, Dims- dale trounced Sails bur y 9-3 Calgary bombed Salisbury 10-3 and Calgary walloped Dims- dale 15-1. Besides Allen, SI.T, icli. Dict- and Baird, Ihe (rcucrals1 team consisted of Walk Krtich- kywich, Allan Ilrga. Cal O'Bri- en, Dennis Hydychuk and Lloyd Yamagishi. iut today it was my irons. "I hit 15 greens and should be able, to do belter if 1 can get my woods going. MacLeod said the B.CRT-yard Golf and Country bad knee, was reactivated Craig McLeod, a lookic Cana- dian, was cut and then picked Nicklaus moves pasl Lee Trcvino up by Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The Calgary squad has no in- juries considered handicaps but Huh mnrsp is Ihp bpsl "hp'hns British Columbia is without the Club course lire Usl he has I of quarlerback money winning LiQe on the 1071 J Wilkinson, who has a shoulder NEW VOKK (AP) Jack Nicklaus has moved ahead of Lee Trevino in Ihe race for the ever played. "You never Ret a bad lie on the fairways. Down home you always get bad lies.'1 SETS PACE Adam Brown, cf Hamilton sc.L the pace for Ontario with 3-1-38 for a 72. Kelly Roberts, 13, of London and Tom Henry Jr.. [n, of Pe- terborough were not far behind with 73 and 7-1, respectively. Thc fourth member of the team, Alan Avcry, Fired a 75. pro rjolf lour, injury. Collecting J10.C50 for his Sole job of moving the club finish during the will fall to Paul Brothers, with weekend in Philadelphia. Nick- I' possibility of assistance j lal's boosted his official vvin- (rom Don MoorheaH a former to Trevino, recu- Michigan University star. Derating from an appendec- ADDS SPEED tomy, dropped lo second place The Lions' head coach. Kaglc vvlt'1 S'9'-2I9. Keys, has moved lo add more: Nicklaus' surge moved him 13, of Agincourt Save on Rugged Batteries r: at Gulf... speed and catching ability to his shratl Bl11-" Casper's record crew of receivers bv picking up :nont'-v won Lllc lollr ln a Larrv Highbaugh and dropping smSlc scl m flanker John Love. Calgary has firm control over fit si. place in the WFC with four Ihe 31-year-old reigning PGA champion lias finished among the top five in 10 of the 15 tour- ivins and no losses while B.C. is in which he has played tied with Saskatchewan Rough-. lhlf, >'eaIV ,L T-l-55 (12voll) T-24-40 [Gulf Cash in on savings on all farm products. Ask your Gulf agent, dealer, distributor or nearest Cult Service Centre. Service runs in our family. Farming runs In yours. s for second. The Lions have won two and lost two but liave a game in hand over the Roughriders. Meamvnilc in Winora, Onl rookie lineman Wayne Phil- hrick of Hamilton Tiger-Cats (if Ihe Canadian Football charged Monday wilh session of -V) pounds uf Mari- juruia for the purpose of traf- ficking. ,S' a 1 1 1 c e L township police .said Ihe seizure made al a H2-acre farm in the township just east of Hamilton. Police discovered the 50 pounds, estimated lo be worth on the illicit market, in I a large storage shed on the l property. Of tlic total seizure, j .10 pounds was processed anrl rcadv for street sale with balance still in plant form, po- lice said. The others in Ihe top 10 money winners: Arnold Palmer Gary Player 110.510. Miller Barber IM.7W, Jerry Heard 105.079, Bruce Cramplon Tom Wciskopf (16.317, Gene Littler W.937. Dave Eichelbcrger O'Quinn said in an intrnnrw Carlos and Ibc Alouelle.s are attempting lo benefit from a quirk in the CFL rule book which says any player who did not see any organized football action in the U.S. can be classified as a Canadian. And Carlos, who claims never to have played in an or- ganized game of football ui his life, spent most of the weekend chasing down affida- vits lo prove that Ihis was Ihc case. The sprinter, who won a bronze medal in the 100-metre clash at the Mexico Cily Olym- pics in 1063 and became fa- mous for hi.s cleuched-fisl, black power salute from Ihe victory podium, went lo his native .New York City Satur- day lo secure an affidavil say- ing he ncicr played high school football there. HAS SOUR PAPERS lie has already secured similar papers from San Jose SUle College and was expect- ing more from Philadelphia Eagles of the National Foot- ball League. "The schools arc Carlos said before leaving, "and we've been having trou- ble gelling through to anyone. "Bui it shouldn't be any problem.. This school didn't even have a football team." O'Quinn said Carlos and (he A 1 o u e 11 c s had practically worked out a contract and did not anticipate any problems in this respect. The only foresee- able problems, he said, could come oi'l of Ihe acquisilion of Ihe affidavits. "But we plan U) sign him and we plan lo lake his affida- vits lo flic O'Quinn added. "And I don'l have any doubts lhat Ihe boy will be ;ihle to play as a Canadian." culture from the University of I ton this year, his entire foot- Guclph, owns his own farm at ball experience consisted of Vinelaiid Station, Ont. and: tv.'o seasons with St, Cath- rcnLs (he Sniffled farm as well j arines Rams of (he- Ontario as one in Beanisville, Onl. Rugby Football I'ninn senior Prior lo signing with llamil-1 league. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE E.isl 5.1 -5B5 Senior title up for grabs IT. Ijlmrr. Tills WINNIPEG (CP) Blue Bombers of Ihe Football Conference mnrlo sev- eral player chnngos Monday. (irncral manaRor Karl Ums- forrf Ih.il de- fensive back and punier I'M 111- iror was released nlontf wilh do- endive end Kcx I'ilss lo make runni for Craiff Mcl.cdd, ;i -i foot, 210-pound ('iiiuidii'iii hue- backer picked There won't be much lime! for Llie LeUibriclgo Crighlon j Cubs to rest, on Lhcir recently laurels. Cubs. I hi.s pasl. v.rrkrnd Ihr Alberta senior j rbsfijpionship. Thi.s nmiing j weekend they will seek an-' olher lil'e. With the Southern Albcrlw: Winnipeg Senior Itaschnll Longim ponnanL Wcsti'rn filroady in I heir possession Ihc Cubs will RO after Ihc league crown in .T five-team playoff Ihis Friday, SnUirdny and Sun- d.iy