Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
14 THE IETIIDRIDGE HERALD Saturday, December 5, 1970 Raymond wiiis, cliwice for ionrlh tide v semi-finals in hoop play liy l.l.OVI) VAMAGlSlir Herald Sports Writer r'our clubs have a chance to gain top honours while four others wore reeled lo the side- lines in tiie first day of action in the Lethbridgc Collegiate In- Toiirnanienl Friday at the Col- lepiate evening. The host club, LCI Rams bounced back from a five-point deficit at half time to trim the Henry Wise Wood Warriors from Calgary 59 55 lo land stilule Jnvitational Basketball I themselves a semi final spot. Meanwhile, Ihc defending champion Raymond Comets are looking for four-in-a-row as they clumped Uie Trail, B.C. Hawks 62 53. In two encounters earlier in the day, the Kremlin Foxes from Montana outwitted Cam- pion College of Kcgina JJI-5G i the tourney opener while til Magrath Zeniths bowed to EC monton's Ross Shepherd 51-45. In Uie Bams Warriors coi test, the local club had prob lems hitting the hoop in til first eight minutes of plaj Division 'leads at stake etfn U B-'JL THE CANADIAN PRESS Minnesota Vikings, with un- j.-roven quarterback Bob Lee making his first start, tried for the second lime to clinch a Na- tional Football League playoff spot today when they met Chi- cago Bears. Lee saw the most action of his three-year career with the Vi- kings 'last Sunday in a 20-10 loss tu New York Jets after Gary Cuozzo sprained his right ankle m the first half. Lee threw for .126 yards and a touchdown but had four passes intercepted. The Vikings. 9-2. will clinch first place in the Central Divi- sion of the National Conference with a victory over the Bears and earn the right to play host to a semi-final playoff game later this month. But if the Bears, struggling through a 4-7 season filled with injuries to key players, beat the Vikings, then Minnesota will hove "to wait until next Detroit Lions lose to St. Louis Sunday. The Minnesota-Chicago game this afternoon kicked off a long weekend of 13 NFL games end- ing when Cleveland Browns play the Oilers in Houston Mon- day night. As the season heads towards the playoffs, 18 of the -ij teams still have a some are land in the ie Super Bowl Jan. 17. All 1 games have a bearing on the d. visional playoffs. Kansas City Chiefs and Oak land Raiders are tied for the Western Division lead in th American Conference; Cincin p.ali Bengals, Cleveland Brown; and Pittsburgh Steelers art ANDY CAPP open Coach Pete Neufeldt of Win- ston Churchill is very optimis- til with his club's future this season in the Southwest Bask- etball Conference and his words were not to be denied as the Bulldogs cruised to a 63-36 victory over Fort Macleod in thf'r league last evening. Last season the two clubs split (heir two encounters, but this may not be the case this year. Rod Bellinger paced the Bull- dogs w-ith 18 points and was followed closely by Ken Naka- ma who racked up 15. Allan Harroltl "was another Bulldog marksman hooping 10 points. For the Flyers Dennis Tomik managed IS points in a losing cause. In an exhibition encounter in Cranbrook the Catholic Central Cougars ot the Southern Alber- ta High School League edged Mount Baker 39-35. Calvin Poirier led the Cou- gars with 11 points while John Dudas chipped in with eight. Collegians seek CHAKLTON REINSTATED LONDON (AP) Brftish soc- cer star Jackie C h a r 11 o n, banned by- the English Football Association from international competition one month ago for alleged threats egainst players, was reinstated Friday. EDMONTON1 fCP) The Ca- nadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union is asking the Canad i a n Football League to consider a pro season all star game be- tween the top college players and the CFL champion. ''This would add a new and exciting dimension to your pre- season said Dr. if. L. Van Vliet, president of the CIAU, in- a letter, released to- day, to Dr. Neville A. Winograd of Winnipeg, CFL president. Dr. Van Vliet said he is satis- fied that the public would wel- come the pro-collegiate game as a chance of. pace. "They would also be amazed at the level of ability current- ly achieved by our university football players. With play books available well in advance and an eight-day cair.p our very efficient coaching pcrs o n n e I would make this game the most exciting innovation for the CFL in the last 15 years." The game, between a Cana- STOP SAVE SERVICE 139 13th St. N. Phone 327-8953 tocoled directly across from Simpsons-Sears LEASEE, JIM MILLER dian college all star team ar.d the CFL champions of tr.3 pre- vious year, could be first held in the summer of 1972, he said. Dr. Van Vliet also asked for consultation with the CFL on schedules, the draft and other matters of mutual interest. "Naturally I am perfectly aware of the fact that, at ths moment, in a financial and pro- motional sense, the CFL is com- pletely self sufficient and does not feel the need to consult with the CIAU. This is not meant to be critical but rather the state- ment of an obvious fact. I am really trying to convey is that, while consultation with the CIAU can in no way adversely affect the operation of the CFL, it is conceivable that a mutual trust and sharing of ideas might improve the image of the CFL while at the same time, per- mitting the CIAU to present an outstanding amateur foot ball program He said a healthy football pro- gram among Canadian univer- sities creates a useful "breed- ing ground for CFL players." Dr. Van Vliet asked for a meeting with football commis- fioner Jake Gaudaur on Dec. 1C. T T Vy VyJLJLXA. deadlocked atop the America] Conference's Central Divisioi and it is Los Angeles Rams am San Francisco M9ers in the Na tional Conference's Western Di vision, but none of the contend ers plays one another. Kansas City, unbeaten in its last five games despite a cf injuries, entertains Denve and the Broncos have quarter back problems. Oakland, mean while, will be in New Ycrk foi grudge meeting witl the surprising Jets, who have wen three in a row. Although under .500 at 5-G Cincinnati has won four straight to climb into a tie with the Browns and Steelers. The Ben gals get rookie defensive tackle Mike Reid back but they're stir underdogs against the Chargers in San Diego. STARR HAS SORE ARM The Steelers are at home against Green Bay Packers, who have a similar 5-6 record but who are running third in the rugged National Conference Central Division. Terry Brad- shaw showed signs of improve- nent last week with two long :ouchdown passes while Bart itarr, with his sore arm and :ore knee, is all the Packers lave at quarterback, with rackup man Don Horn out. Los Angeles entertains New Means. The Saints haven't icored a touchdown in their last 1 quarters. San Francisco, vhich had a two-game lead two veeks ago, is at home against The Falcons haven't rcn in their last five starts, but hey've beaten San Francisco hrec in a row. The rest of the Sunday sclied- ile finds St. Louis at Detroit, Vashington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bisons at New York Giants, Philadelphia Ea- gles at Baltimore Colts and Bos- on Patriots at Miami Dolphins. The tough Cardinal defence, low without safety Jerry Sto- will have its work cut out gainst the Lions, highest scor- ng team in the league. St. ,ouis is I1.2 games in front of Dallas and the Giants in the Na- ional Conference East Division. The big question at Dallas rill be how the Cowboys react o the loss of Lance Rentzel, ar- ested earlier in the week on in- .ecent exposure. Dennis Homan s lu's replacement. Washing- on's Larry Brown, the league's eading ground-gainer, needs our yards to reach Crippled Buffalo is down to wo Enyart and the Giants, who re not certain that star run- ing back Ron Johnson will be 00 per cent. The Colts have a Hi-game dge on Miami in the American Conference East Division but Iso have problems. Four barters are missing and coach )on McCafferty has revised his ffensive backfield and defen- ivc line. Going into the second quartet they trailed 19 9 but cut the 10-point deficit to five before the half time buzzer sounded. The tables were turned in the second half of play as the Cal- gary club had their problems hitting the backboard. The Rams repeatedly pene- trated their opponent's zone and went on a scoring spree to overtake the visiting club winch allowed Ihcm to capture one of four play off spots. For the Rams, Rob Mossey was tops with 16 points while Jerry Nugent was good for 13. Calgary's top scorer was Clark Stevens, hooping 16 with Barry Wood tipping in 11 in a losing cause. The d e f e n ding champion Comets, with a height advant- age, topped the Trail team which enabled them to continue their success in the annual event. Since Uie tournament was established three years ago, the Comets have carried home the hardware three times. If the host club Sams ever hope to win their own tourna- ment they'll have to bust up the Comets' offence. The two clubs met this afternoon. In last night's affair, Lloyd Fail-banks, the tall Comets' centre, rammed in 21 points while Gary Williams aided with 12. For the Hawks, Gary Picono matched Fail-banks' total of 21 while John Ircandia hooped 14 in a losing cause. In the Magrath Ross Shep- herd contest, the taller Edmon- ;on club was led by Doug s'icholls and Steve Panteluk roth with 15 points. Rick Ponomar and Shayne urney both managed 13 points or Uie Zeniths but in rain. Ross Shepherd tangled with Uie Kremlin Foxes in the first emi final contest which was rim off this morning. Daryl Johnson and Joe Vosen each pumped in 20 points against Campion allowing "Kremlin their match with Ed- monton. Andy Otteson also chipped in with 16 points for the winners. For Campion, Steve Wihak rammed in 13 points while 'rank Kratt canned 12. Action resumed today with even games on tap. Campion met Magrath at a.m. and Trail met Cal- gary at to see who will in the consolation game at p.m. Meanwhile, Kremlin met Ed- monton at 12 noon and Ray- nond met Uie Rams at with the winners of Uiis contest lifting the floor for the cham- lionship game at 9 p.m. The losers will lake another trail and meet in the runner-up game at prior to the final ;ame. lAYMOND H TRAIL S3 Raymond Smith 10, Gruninger 1 ensen 6, Jasiukiewicz 2, Nader, 0, t Williams 12, Depew 2, Fair- anks 21, Zobell 5. Trail Limbert, Karpoff, min 2, Piconc 21, Doig, Babcock 2, Withers 2, Ircandia 14, Marcon j, chleppe fi, Frew 2. DMONTON 34 .MAGR4TH 45 EDMONTON Nicholls 15, Melnv- huk, Moncini 1, Magee, Kunyk 7, a i z 2, O'Brian 6, Fairbanks, uchkow 6, Panteluk 15, Team 2 MAGRATH Lelshman 7, Ponomar I, C. Leishman, Gurney 13, Hamil- n, Newton 4, Scout, Rollingson 8, ETHBRIDGE 59 CALGARY 55 LETHBRIDGE Kortn 7, Howes, Dries 9, Stephure, Taylor, Haslam, ubbs, Andreachuk, Baird 9, Nugent 1, Mossey 16, Thomson 5. CALGARY Slovens 16, Walcott, ibbons, Ford f., Wood 11, McGuin- ess, Harris 6, Rath 5, Johnson, hugg. White, Ccjpeland 13. Sowlin OIL CHANGE ONtY 1.98 PRICE INCLUDES Oil FREE Grease Job with every Oil Change OPEN 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK APRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE lorence Miller 207, pat Ptomp 221, y Rath 233, Joe Krokosh 20.J, June 312 Dorollty Coolidge 215, Betty Hobbs 210. MARTIHIZING Ala Munroe 278 Pat Plomp 265 Karen Carney 257 Joyce Brown 270, Doreen Wilson 251, Isabellc Bergman (6321, Frances 236 Masa Goshinmon rg Smilll 2.'3, Pal Hcn- GREEN'S SHOES Ramsay Vickcrs 351 Bill Tay- 1 lor 290 Ken Kurtz 289 1 in Christie 315, Linda Malcomsen Jim Higa 297 (7U1, Steve r] Gangur 23.1, Betty rayjor 263, Joey iSoice 276, Cleo Lind 255 world championships since the EAGLES LODGE I tournament started in 1933. t Klm' The game was decided in v; (7091, Frank srpuiak ]j Cuba champs CARTAGENA, Colombia (AP) i Defending champion Cuba beat tiie United States 5-3 Fri- i day night to win Ihc 1970 ama- I leur baseball world champion- J330 (3351, Ma jship. I The Cubans had won the first i game of the best-of-Uiree act, I 1 Wednesday, Cuba now has won 10 amateur scores Kaz Sugimoto 255; Shig Goshinmon 261; Jiro AAiyagawa 256 Tom Higa 275; Kyoto Shigenrro 253; Mika Tobo 334 SENIOR CITIZENS Bill Jensen 286 (6631; Emil Collin 2BO Arvjd Oseen 273 Malf Bsrnhart Roy, Lavalley 266 Jim Free! 237 Ruby Owen 235; John Carlson 231; Rose Munweiler 220; Henry Brown 223; C. Van 225 (63-D. HEPP'S INDUSTRIES Slain" Sander 7.J3; Les Nagy 275; Allan Seeman 276; Jackie Bslinf 260; Ray Clark 2.15; Karlvn Spider 238; Sherry Clark 270; Ken Malcomsort 257; Linda Malcomson !S5; Bob OmolanI 252; Wilma Valcr 243 Elaine Sander 243. i PREBUILT SOCIAL Brad Elder ?66 Gsne Tcruya TWO POINTS FOR KREMLIN The shot is up on its way in as Kremlin Montana Foxes down Regina Campion College 31-56 in the first game of the Lcthbndge Colleg- iate high school hoop tournament which opened Friday. Seven games are on tap today with the tourney final set for nine o'clock. Gals edged in Winnipeg Chinooks lose at coast University of Lelhbridge Chi- nooks found out how the Uni- versity of British Columbia Thunderbirds won the Western Canada Intercollegiate Basket- ball League championship last year Friday night. Chincoks travelled lo the west coast Friday and were thumped 105 56 by the Thun- derbirds. The locals trailed 54 22 at half time and fell victim to the 'Birds strength throughout. The defending champions went with their second string through the second half displaying their bench strength. T i m Tollestrup paced t h e Chinooks, as he has done thus far tlus year, with 14 points against the powerful Thunder- bird defence. Ron Thorsen, leading scorer in the conference, scored 27 points in the 16 minutes he played. Chinooks meet Victoria Vik- ings tonight while Thunderbirds take on the University of Al- berta Golden Bears. Both the Bears and Thunderbirds are unbeaten in five games. University of Manitoba sons overpowered University of Saskatchewan Eeguia Cou- Craig Parker contributed 13 for Wesmen, who led 44 38 at halftime. Wayne Dyck netted 19 to lead the Saskatoon squad while Dave Pickett contributed 15 and Jim Herbison 13 for Huskies. Meanwhile University of Vic- toria Vikings blew a 32-26 half- lime advantage as University cf Calgary Dinosaurs broke a four-game losing streak with a 56-52 win. Danny Quance led the Dino- saurs with 15 points and also hauled in 14 rebounds. Bill Newcombc and Jim Lalhrop had 10 points each for Cal- gary. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston New York Montreal Vancouver Detroit Toronto uffalo Chicago 1-t 14 5 12 Pis iston W L T F A 5 102 <54 33 4 72 50 32 4 63 63 28 3 77 91 23 4 72 81 20 1 73 03 15 5 43 79 13 10 13 8 11 7 15 -I 13 West Division 15 gars 82-31. Bisons had a attack in the well-balanced slow-moving innirirt n-lion i nisi inning I scored four runs. tne LETHBRIDGE ARENA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5th p.m. iETHBRIOGE SUGAR KINGS vs EDMONTON MOVERS SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 p.m. LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS v-, RED DEER RUSTLERS Geo ZarycKl 257 John La- LMIL, ROCqUe 273 vie Wihcshieser 23.1 i NU MODE HOMES j ____ j Bclfy Dawson 775; Shtrlfly I 261; Bov Henderson 251; Kay Wheeler j 'MB Isatellc Bergman 2-16 May Hiebcrf Dorothy Cool- (idae 233 Madeline Szekely 233 Rutoy McDonald 237; Barb Thompson 235. SUNDOUIST LADIES i Siacjr 306 Linda Hovcy '757 Gina Poulson 232; Ma- ho 237; Shirley McLdlan 522; Pat Plomp Ocsl Taylcr 213; Frances Harris 312: Marie Smilh 213 Helen Mifcuta 719. SENIOR CITIZENS Henry 2.M Am 2.i3; Len Milner 212; JacK Nun- VJO; Malt Rnrnharl 719; fc'mil 7! 7: Roy La valley 215; Len M-Vrvrr-l 713; Ctiri McCflnn 710; BcrJ ADMISSION PRICES------------------- ADULTS STUDENTS .75C with cords A O'.iWDPtri 25c Loof 732; Mary Araki 231; Dave Araki Karl Noack 310 Isabel Or- sten 353. ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL Peggy Kirby 204; Marg Derbyshire Marg 216; Ed Gilchrisl 22J; Audrey Bokar 23S; FJoy Ponninglon 316; Mary Kirkby JBI; Percy Smith ?70 Fran Bercsnak 2161 Rosa game, as Ted Stoez had 17 points, Bob Town 14, Greg Gil- lies 13 and Angus Burr 12. The Regina squad, employ- ing a stall-type offence and Laking few shcts from Hie floor, :vad nine points from John SIi e pcrs. Manitoba led -11-16 at half- nine. Laurie Watson netted 17 Friday night to lead University of Manitoba Bi- soueUes to a '17-45 victory over University cf Letlibridge Chi- nooks in a Women's Western Canada Entcrcollegiate Atlilctic Association game. BisoncttK, wlio led 2-1 22 a I. half time, also iiad a 10-point performance front Karen Pal- mer, while Barbara Hall net- ted eight. Sharon Giduk, with nine, and .7ay Dalgrcn, with eight, were Chinooks' top point-getters. Guard Barry King scored 19 points Friday to lead Univer- sity of Winnipeg Wesmen lo a victory over University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon Huskies. Bob Allen scored 16 and ir'C ?ff7; Rita Ccinulm Lloyd Orculf J.C.C.A. 7r r.rac-5 Vo 713; Mauds r i 'KataJiami 222; I EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, DEC. 7 8.30 p.m. TAG MATCH OF THE YEAR! AGDUUAH THE BUTCHER and BOR SWEETAN vs SWEET DADDY 5IK! ond GIL HAYES DUPRE vs TELLER AUSTIN vs BABIC IUECK vs SULLIVAN plus 2 More Big Boufs Admission Box Office Opens 7 p.m. WATCH 5TAMPEDC WRESTUNO on CJLH-fV it. 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