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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December 14, 197T THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 11 Los Angeles faces elimination Redskins assured of playoff, dump Rams LOS ANGELES (AP) It was billed as a civil war. And to some it was. The result put George Allen's Washington Red- skins into the National Football League's National Conference playoffs. The 38-2-1 Washington victory Monday night left Los Angeles' Rams, Allen's team for five years before he was fired and moved on to Washington, with a longshot opportunity for the playoffs. II. was Allen's first game against the Rams since he was fired after making winners of the Los Angeles club. He said afterward that "there's no bit- terness with my relationship with the Rams. I'm glad to win and glad to be back in the Coli- seum although it's my first time in the visitors' dressing room." The Rams, under former UCLA coach Tommy Prolbro, were rated one touchdown bet- ter before the kickoff. The pre- game talk was Washington de- fence vs. Los Angeles offence. The passing potential of Bill Kilmer didn't draw much no- Only unbeaten club left Milk River continues hot ways Milk River Erie Rivers Comets gained sole possession of first place in the Southwest Basketball Conference as they picked up their fourth straight victory last weekend. In other boy's division action, Coaldale were dropped by the Taber Trotters, Win s t o n Churchill dumped Fort Macleod Flyers 49-28 and Stirling thump- ed Picture Butte 09-30. Milk River leads the league after four weeks of play trip- ping up the Vauxhall Vikings 55-13. Shane Jaffray hooped 19 points and Randy Evers 16 to pace the Comets' attack while Jake Remple sunk 19 in a los- ing cause. Coaldale suffered their first loss of the season and now sit in a three way tie for second place. The Trotters came up with the decisive victory and share second place with the Gaels and the Stirling Lakers. Bob Hansen was top scorer for the Trotters with 23 points while Ed Dick notched 14 for Coaldale. In Stirling, the Lakers thumped the defending cham- pion Picture Butte Sugar Kings behind Mark Ilirsche's 18 point performance. Glen Tanaka was high man for the Sugar Kings with nine points. Ken Nakama hooped 14 points Minor hockey The Blues snuck past the Osmond added two goals apiece Penguins 2-0 in Pee Wee action while Greg Monteith, Peter Saturday. rian Balog and Randall Johnson scored for the winners. The power house Labor Club Bees were just too strong for the Black Hawks as they skated to a 14-1 in Bantam "A" hockey action Monday night. Brian Van Buren was the spark plug for the Bees tally- ing four times while Vic Stasiuk chipped in with three. Richard Shardlow and Lome Canadians, Blues trade LOS ANGELES (CP> Mont- real Canadiens of the National Hockey League announced Mon- day night they have traded right-winger Phil Roberto to St. Louis Blues in enchange for Jim Roberts. Roberts, a native of Toronto, was drafted by the Blues from the Canadiens in the 1917 NHL expansion draft. Prior to this season, he ap- peared in 512 NHL regular-sea- son games, scoring 65 goals and 93 assists for 158 point-s. So far this season with the Blues, the 31-year-old native of Toronto has scored five goals and seven assists for 12 points. Roberto, a 22-year-old native of Niagara Falls, Ont., has been a part-time performer for the Canadiens for much of this sea- son with only three goals and too assists in 27 games. Going into this season, Roberto appeared in 47 NHL games with Wenzel and Keith Jliyas h i r o notched singletons. Rapiano replied for the Hawks in the first period. In another Bantam "A" en- counter, four third period goals gave the Red Wings a hard- fought 5-4 win over the Jets. Tom Haibeck and David Sno- pek paced the Wings' at- tack with two goals each while chipped in w i t h Bruce Twa one. Darryl Mock, Doug Stephens, Morgan Monroe and Terry Bingham scored for the Jets. David Wells and Grant Harms blasted in two markers giving the Nuggets a 7-3 vic- tory over the Muslangs in Ban- tam "B" play. Jeff T a k e y a s u, Randy Charlesworth and Ken Tolsdorf rounded out the scoring for the Nuggets while Dave Greg o r y, Richard Laplace and Kevin scored for the Mils- House tangs. and Jack Chymbryk aided with 12 to give Winston Churchill their win over the Fort Mac- leod Flyers. Paul Graveland sunk eight points in the loss. In "C" Boy's competit i o n, Fort Macfeod defeated Winston Churchill 44-38, Taber heat Coaldale 37-24. Milk River trounced Vauxhall 57-28 and Stirling bounced Picture Butte 29-18. In girl's action, the Coaldale Kate Andrews Larks hold down top spot after earning their fourth straight league encoun- ter. The Larks behind Charlene Ontkean's 17 point performance thumped Taber W. R. Myers Karen Schmidt nochcd 19 points in a losing effort. The Winston Churchill Grif- fins cruised to their third vic- tory of the season blasting Fort Macleod Meteors 63-26. Susan Frier hit the b a c k- boards for 15 big points while Peggy Comer was high scorer for the Meteors with nine. The Picture Butte Sugar Queens were the perfect hosts as they gave up a 32-12 deci- sion to the St. Mary's squad from Cardston. I Vauxhall Vi Queens also found their hosts pleasant as they dropped Milk River Eric Rivers 46-31. Janice McAndrews racked up 12 points for the Vi-Queens while Karen Quinn picked up 16 to reply for the hosts. 14 goals and eight assists for 22 ing an entry for 1972. points. Shanye concedes player problem MONTREAL (CP) Neil Shayne, the New York lawyer who doubles as president of that city's proposed franchise in the newly-formed World Hockey As- sociation, conceded Monday he may have a difficult time field- Shayne was in Montreal to ap- From MacKenzie's Import Collection... Leather Covered Wine; Decanter Rich Italian leather covered decanters in your choice of red, tan and green. Each expertly handcrafted with artistic designs. A variety of styles to choose from, 0 00 IV CHARGfX... CHARGE, OR BUDGET AFFILIATED WITH MAPPINGS LIMITED DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWEUERS PEGINA CALGARY IETHBRIDGE (SI3 4th Ave. S. Telephone 328-4214 pear on a local news program. "I can't exercise my fran- cbise until I get some playing Shayne said in an inter- view. "The WHA are pressing me now for tbese dates." He said his major problem is "timo." and acknowledged that the "WHA could conceivably start without me." Sliayne has two suits pending that he hopes will clear the way for him to enter the proposed 12-team league. The first is against Nassau County, where he hoped his team could play in Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Hemp- stead, Long Island. The second is a S33-million anti-trust suit against the National Hockey League, filed when the latter agreed Nov. 9 to expand to At- lanta and the Long Island site for next season. As a result of j the NHL move, Shayne claims he has been shut out of the Long Island site. lice. But the 31-year-old "No. 2" Washington quarterback, play- ing ahead of the mending Sonny Jurgcnsen, threw three touch- down passes as the Redskins ran up their highest point total of the season. Washington could win the Eastern Division on Sunday if it ricfcals Cleveland Browns and first-place Dallas Cowboys lose to St. Louis Cardinals. But, with it's 9-3-1 record, Washington is assured of the NFC wildcard playoff berth going to the club with the best runner-up record. The Rams, 7-5-1, meanwhile, are through for the season un- less they beat or tie Pittsburgh Sleelers and Detroit Lions unset San Francisco '49ers Sunday. The Miters moved half a game ahead of Los Angeles when the Rams lost to Washington. After Curt Knight tied his per- sonal distance mark with a wind-aided 52-yard field goal to tie the score at 10-10 in the sec- ond quarter, the Rams drove to the Washington 19. On fourth and two, the Rams passed un a field goal attempt and quarter- back Roman Gabriel was slopped by Pardee one yard short of a first down. Allen, considered the more conservative of the two coaches, made his gamble after defen- sive back Ted Vactor blocked a 29-yard field goal attempt and Kilmer capitalized with a 32- yard touchdown pass to Clifton McNeil for a 17-10 lead. Vaclor, a three-year veteran, recovered a fumble on the next kickoff at the Los Angeles four. Including an automatic first down on a defensive holding penalty against the Rams, it look Washington seven plays to score, with Larry Brown carry- ing in on fourth down and football less than a foot from the end zone. Jlosl of a capacity crowd of and perhaps even some of the Redskins expected Allen to order a field goal but instead he went for the touchdown. A Gabriel interception, his first of three in the game, set up what proved to be the win- ning touchdown in the third quarter. Mike Bass outfought Lance Rentzel for the ball at the Rams' 45 and three plays later Kilmer threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Roy Jeffer- son for a 31-10 lead. The Rams struck first when Kilmer's former UCLA team- male. Kermit Alexander, inter- cepted his pass and raced 82 yards for a touchdown. But Washington struck quickly when Kilmer hil Jeffer- son on the Rams' 27 and Jeffer- son beat defenders Jimmy Net- tles and Dave Elmendorf on a 70-yard touchdown play. (SAYSOMETHIN1 NICE TO 'ER WHEN 'SHE COMES IN AsriTHiN1 To STOP THAT NO, NO, bON'T SE SELFISH LITTtE bEVI- 'ER ENJOY 'ERSEUF Orioles boast, four winners Three share spotlight BOSTON (AP) The cham- pion Baltimore Orioles, De- troit's Mickey Lolich, Oakland's i Vida Blue and Milwaukee's Ken Sanders dominate the official 1971 American league pitching records announced today by president Joe Cronin. The Orioles, featuring four 20-game winners, led the league will) a 2.99 earned averagc.in complete games with 71, in few- est runs allowed with 530, and in fewest earned runs surren- dered with 470. Baltimore's 20-game winners were Dave McNally Pat Dobson Jim Palmer (20- 9) and Mike Cuellar It marked the first lime a club has had four 20-game win- ners since the Chicago White Sox in 1920. There were six other 20-gamc winners, giving the league a record-equalling group of 10. The record was set in 1907 and equalled in 1920. Other members of the 1970 group were Lolich 25-14 and team-mate Joe Coleman Hunter Chicago's Wil- bur Wood (22-13) and Califor- nia's Andy Messersmith (20- Lolich topped the league in eight stalls complete games innings pitched strikeouts hits al- lowed batters faced and tying for most sac- rifice flies permitted Lolich pitched the most in- nings since Ed Walsh's 393 in 1912. His complete games were the most since and his strikeout total was the highest since Sam McDowell's 325 in 1965. Blue, the Cy Young Award winner, captured the earned- run-average title with a brilliant 1.82 mark, edging Wood, who had 1.91. The 22-year-old Oak- land southpaw posted eight shutouts, one shy of the league record for lefthanders set by Babe Ruth in 1916. Quarry ranked third by WBA SYLVANIA, Ohio (AP) Jerry Quarry's recent first- round knockout victory over Jack Bodell of England ad- vanced the California heavy- weight to the No. 3 ranking in the division. In ratings released Monday by the World Boxing Associa- tion, Quarry is behind champion Joe Frazier and the No. 1 and 2 challengers, Muhammad A I i and George Foreman. George Chuvalo, Canadian champion, is not among the top 10. Christmas Gift Suggestions from for your Irailer and camper pair 33J 19' pair I Camper Stabilizers Fender Mirror BTU Furnace 98. Stacking Jacks 16.' Trailer Levels Pnir2. X Craig Stereo 8 ,rotk ............59. Sway Controller ...............29. [Bathroom Vanity 10. 7" TV Set 129j Magazine Rack 4. PrebCo RECREATION VEHICLES 600 4th AVENUE NORTH West of Iho Gas Company SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE LETHBRIDGE ELKS vs BASSANO DAMSITTERS WED., DEC. 15 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE ADMISSION: Adults SludenO SOd Children 25c V You're miles Nahead with Riding System -1! t 11 Service brake overhau Here's what we do: I Turn drums and arc linings for full braking contact. Install top-quality linings for long mileage. 31 Safety inspect the entire braking system. 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