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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December 7, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Monday's victory put Jack up aus moves past Trevino for title ORLANDO, Fla. Nicklaus won the first prize in the weather delayed Walt Disney World Open Mon- day and captured professional golfs money winning title, sweeping past weary Lea Tre- vino for the coveted crown. There is one more touma- ment on the schedule, (lie Ba- NO PLACE TO GO Kansas City Chiefs' back Wendell Hayes (38) is stopped short by San Francisco's Dave Wil- cox (64) and Frank Nunley (57) in National Football Monday night games good to Strain League ploy Monday evening. Chiefs got loose on several occassions however and belted the '49ers 26-17, Chiefs take over division lead SAN FRANCISCO (API Len Dawson and Otis Taylor have upstaged the guys in the television booth again on the National Football League's Monday night television series. The Kansas City Chiefs' pass- ing combination pulled out all the stops in a 26-17 over San Francisco '49crs in their latest prime time show. With a victory over Oakland Raiders next Sunday, coach Hank Slrem's Chiefs' would clinch a division tiUe and an invi- tation to the playoffs, which they missed last year when they were defending Super Bowl champions. Nothing seems to sharpen the Chiefs' passing attack like the Monday night time slot. Dawson completed 10 of 29 passes for 263 yards against the '49ers. One of the passes went to Taylor for 4G yards and a touchdown, and the hig wide re- ceiver scored another touch- down on a 25-yard run off an end-around play. MONDAY'S A GOOD DAY Earlier this year, the Chiefs beat Pittsburgh 38-16 on a Mon- day night as Dawson threw for 290 yards and three touchdowns, including two to Taylor, and last year Dawson fired four scoring passes in a 44-24 Mon- day nigiil rout of Baltimore. Some of the fans who came early to Candlestick Park to beat the rush-hour traffic hung out signs greeting the American Phillips sold to Porland MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Expos of baseball's Na- tional League announced Mon- day that the contract of out- fielder Adolfo Phillips has been sold by Peninsula Whips of the International League to Port- land of the Pacific Coast League. Phillips 28. started the 1971 season with Winnipeg Whips of the Internal icnal League. His contract was assigned condition- ally to Salt bake City of the I'CL in mid-August, and re- turned to Whips at the end of the season. Ths E p o s 's International League affiliate has since been moved to Newport New-Hamp- ton, Va., from Winnipeg. Broadcasting Company's an- nouncing team. But Dawson and Taylor stole the show. Quarterback John Brodie of the '4Sers passed for 229 yards and threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Ted Kwalick. But he Berry arrested for assault MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) At- lanta Falcons' quarterback Bob Berry was arrested on charges of assaulting a police officer Jim Baird moves back into lead Pincher Creek Sulphur Kings retained their perch atop the standings in the Foothills Hockey League while Jim Baird of Kainai, the perennial scoring champion, moved into first place in the individual ce for scoring honors. S'ulphur Kings, with three scorers in the top five, have earned 14 points on six wins and a pair of ties. Three points back of the leaders are the Fort Macleod Broncs with 11 points having won five and ty- ing one. Crow United has 10 points. Baird, who was in second spot a week ago, now has 25 goals and 13 assists in nine games for 38 points and a four- point margin over Rick Som- mcrville of Pincher. Sommervllle has 12 goals and a league-leading 22 help- ers. Teammates Jerry Lade- route and Andrew Calvez hold down third and fourth spots with 29 and 26 points respec- tively. STANDINGS Pin. Creek t> Fcrl Macleod 5 Crow United 5 Bellevue Kainai 3 Claresiiolm 1 SCORING LEADERS Baird, Kalnal Sommerville, PC I adrroudc, PC...... PC McDonald, Bellevue Hill, Goruk, Macleod Pawluk, Bellevue 2 69 1 65 45 10 1 7! 52 1 71 0 57 98 0 A PIS. IS 13 38 12 12 31 1.1 15 29 12 1-1 26 I! 10 22 and defensive end Randy Mar- shall was arrested on charges of keeping a disorderly house fol- lowing a raid in Cobb County Monday nigiit, sheriff's officers said. In addition, county police ar- rested Carol Nichols, 20, of Mar- ietta, on marijuana charges and she was being held under ?1.000 bond. Berry was released under bond and Marshall was placed under bond. Berry told reporters after he was released that several offi- cers had attacked him when he asked them why they had ar- rested Marshall. Cobb Deputy Sheriff Carl Price said the three were ar- rested after about 10 deputies and county police raided a party at Marshall's apartment. Price said less than one ounce of marijuana was recovered dicing the raid. ADMITS SMOKING Price said Miss Nichols told officers that she was the only person at the party smoking marijuana and that she should be arrested. The deputy said Marshall also was taken into custody since the marijuana was in his apartment. Price said that as officers es- corted Miss Nichols and Mar- shall to squad cars, Berry ap- proached them. "I don't know what he was trying to do." said Price, ''lie wa.s placed under arrest for as- sault. He struck an officer on the chin." Bern', 29. is a seven-year vet- eran of pro football. Marshall, is in his second professional football season. KPLMKR DHUNK WASHINGTON UP) Billy Kilmer, quarterback of Wash- ington Redskins of the NFL, was arrested Sunday night and charged with being drunk. dso threw the only interception of the night, which led to one of Jan Stenerud's four field goals for the Chiefs. Kansas City, now 8-3-1, moved ahead of Oakland Raiders (7-3- 2) in the American Football inference West. The Chiefs are alone on top now for me first time this year. The '49crs fell behind Los Angeles Rams (7-4-1) with two weeks left in the season. The San Francisco team will have to beat another NFC West contender, the Atlanta Falcons who stand 6-5-1, and then hope that Washington can upset the Rams in the last Monday night game of the NFL season. Or the division race could go down to Ihe final weekend, when the '49ers play Detroit, Los Angeles takes on Pittsburgh and Atlanta is at New Orleans. PASSES CLICK Dawson rolled up 198 yards passing in the first half. The touchdown pass to Taylor, on a first down play, put the Cliiefs ahead to stay, 10-3. Tlie '49ers' secondary ran into more bad luck in the last pe- riod, on a 30-yard pass play that set up Stencrud's final field goal after a Vic Washington touch- down run for the '49crs made the score 23-17. Dawson aimed down the mid- dle for Taylor and overthrew him. But a San Francisco player deflected the hall into the hands of Chiefs rookie Elmo Wright for the big gain. Stenerud, whose longest ficlc goal of the night was from 54 yards out, kicked an eight-yar- der to give the Chiefs their fina three points midway hi the last quarter. winning crown for Nicklaus and far surpassed his world of set in 1967. Deane Bcman was second in the event which was delayed one day when a heavy rain- storm washed out Friday's ilay. Bcman had a final 69 for in. Arnold Palmer and rookie Lanny Wadkins were next, tied it 178. Palmer hod a 70 and iVadkins, a former National Amateur champion, took a 71. ,OCKEI> AT 279 Then it was Frank Beard and Hale Irwin, winner of last week's Heritage Classic, lock- ed at 279. Beard had a 71 and Irwin a 68. The 42-year-old Palmer, who had the best money season of :iis career, picked up ror his effort and finished tlie season with more than Ben Hogan won in his career but only third on this .1st in this big-money year. George Knudson of Toronto lad a final round 71 for and SI ,044. Nicklaus started the day one stroke in front of Bert Yancey, vho drifted back, and never railed, winning in almost rou- ine fashion. He birdied the first hole from 10 feet, but went one over par on the fourth hole. He put his approach in a trap on the next hole, but sav- ed par from six feet. 'That was a really key he said. "If I'd made a bogey there, well, it could have been ough. Making that putt for )ar kind of turned me around." It was Nicklaus' fifth title on the American tour this year, and the 34th of his 10 year career. Fergie Jenkins is tops SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Ferguson Jenkins, the National League's Cy Young Award win- ner, led the league's pitchers in six departments in a busy 1971 baseball season. The official statistics released today show that the Chicago Cubs right-hander from Chatham, Ont, had the most victories, 24; tied with Bill Stoneman of Montreal Expos for most starts with 39; had the most complete games, 30; and hurled the most innings, 323. He also gave up the most hits, 304. and home runs, 29. New York's Tom Seaver re- peated as the league's earned- run average leader and strike- out king. The Mets ace recorded a 1.76 ERA, finishing well ahead of runner-up Dave Roberts of San Diego Padres, 2.10. Seaver broke his own league record for strikeouts hi a season by a righthander by fanning 289. Seaver, 20-10 this year, had a 2.81 ERA and 283 strikeouts the previous season. Wayne Granger of Cincinnati Reds "was the league's most fre- quently used relief pitcher, with 70 appearances. Dave Giusti of Pittsburgh Pirates had the most saved from the bullpen, 30. Dock Ellis of the champion Pirates had the longest winring streak, with 13 straight victories between May 2 and July 17. Expecting 36 to try out TORONTO (CP) Thirty-six players from 2) Canadian uni- versities will attend a hockey clinic in Toronto starting Dec. IS to select a team to compete nt the world university student games at Lake Placid. N.Y., in February. Team manager Tom Watt, coach of the University of To- ronto Blues, and coach Clare Drake, head hockey coacii at the University of Alberta, com- pleted final arrangements Mon- day with acceptance letters going out to 36 of the 54 appli- cants. Names of those chosen (0 at- tend Ihe seven-day camp will be announced Wednesday. "We had a tough said Drake. "We may have made some mistakes, but we had to depend on information we got from people in each conference in order lo select players." The players were selected from eight teams in Western Canada, 14 from Ontario, 10 from Quebec and 12 from the Maritimcs. HAIR-RAISING REBOUND It was a hair-raising effort by lyle Gallant of Catholic Central Cougars as he bests Kelly Strong of LCI Rams for the ball In championship game of 1he two-day tCI tournament. Watching action is Bohdan Mychasiuk of thu Cougars (11) and Bryce Thomson of the Rams Cougars won the weekend event. Sport of all sorts BROWN" RESTS A hospital spokesman said to- TEANECK, N..I. (AP) that Brown was in good Roosevelt Brown, former New j condition. York Giant football player in- jurcd in an automobile acci- dent laic Sunday, was resting comfortably today follow ing VANCOUVER (CP) Goalie surgery. I Ed Dyck has been transferred from Seattle Totems of Western Hockey League to Roches! er Amer i c a n s of the American Hockey League, Vancouver Canucks announced Monday. Dyck Is the property of Canucks. You're miles Nahead with VIUC front-end offer ALIGNMENT Publicity helps Chiefs to popularity Roller-derby and wacky players in Canada CIIIIYS OSOYKNS MONTREAL (CP) Tako some karate, throw in liberal of wrestling, football, and boxing, and add id old llniled Slalcs show- know-how. Iwo learns with equal numbers of men and women and put I hem in padded suits which resemble lumpy body stockings. Then pui them nil on roller skates and have (horn career around an oval track, banked high in the corners for speed. Throw it all together jnd you have roller doubtedly the wackiest sport to hit Ihis town in ages. Two of the sport's more suc- cessful teams, Ihe Ray Area Bombers (mm San Francisco and New York Chiefs met at the Montreal Forum Monday night. Vat fan appeal. Ihe New York team wa.s renamed Canadian Chiefs It worked. When the Bomb- ers skated out for their war- mups before the game, (he crowd booed lustily. The Bombers finished their practice and the Chiefs skated out lo the cheers of the fans, who quickly found someone to identify wiih. INJURY NOT OR.IECT The main object of the game, nol lo maim and kill as some fans might suspect, is for skaters called "jammers" lo lap mcmlTers of the other team while travelling around the elevated track at break- neck speeds. While the jammers arc trying to score single poinLs for every foe they lap, bigger "Mockers" are generously rearranging their features with elbows, knees, kicks, trips, rabbit punches a n d other not-so-subllc methods of inlimidaUon. There is n time limit of CO seconds for each "jam11 ns the lapping process is called. Tlw script, like that of good wrestling match, is sim- The baddies, the Bombers, load for six of Ihe eight 12- minute periods. The men and women learns skate four each. Using all the specified bad- guy tricks they seem on their way lo easy viclory. Bui the goodies rally to win in Ihe last .seconds. Good recipe? More Ihan 7.HOO fans at the Forum ale it up 2. FRONT WHEEL BALANCE 3. BRAKE ADJUSTMENT 4. FRONT WHEEL OUTER BEARING REPACK At these Firestone Stores Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S, PHONE 327-8548 ;