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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHCRIOGE HERALD Tuoiday, Docoinboi 15, 1970 Anti-trust grand jury hearing continues Sample feels Pete Rozelle should be indicted Ohio (Al'i appearing baton- llir jury York Jets quarterback Joe Na- A federal grand jury invesliga- tion into possible anti-trust vio- lations in the National Football League continues today follow- ing testimony from retired all- pro defensive back John Sam- day that if anyone is indidcd. malli should be called before the jury in regard to the selling pie. Sample told reporters after should be NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle. He said lie I old the jury of alleged blackballing practices, racial discrimination and the league's "stranglehold" on players. Sample said lie drought New of his Bachelor's Three .night spot last year, saying, "I think he (Namath) will be very help- ful if he is called in." Sample said he "talked a lit- tle" to the jury about the sale and said: "lie (Namalh) didn't do anything wrong and they didn't have evidence he did any- thing wrong." Sample charged that Rozolle told Namalh to "sell out or not play football any more." 'The control they (Rozelle and owners) Hunk they have over them (players) puts fear in that he thought the jury's inv. the ball Sample said. He said llozclle was "80 per cent for the owners and 10 per cent for the ball players" am "the greatest thing that couk happen" would be for players to "have someone in the commis- sioner's office with equal abil- ity, equal power with Rozelle." S'ample, who retired from the Jets after the 1SC9 college all- star game because of a back injury, said "blackballing was 50 per cent" of the subject of the jury's questions to him and ONE PHASE OF REFEREEING Hugh McLean, with puck, Canadian Amateur Hockey Association referee in chief is shown explaining the proper procedure of drop- ping the puck to referee hopefuls Ed Heavy Shields, Leroy Schow and Vern Virostek as Ken Mantin, development co-ordinator for the CAHA looks on. McLean and Manfin were on hand for a referee's clinic held Saturday and Sunday at Adams Ice Centre. Division titles QO down to ivire is upset Rams apple cart LOS ANGELES (AP) "We'll just have to get ready for the New York Giants Sun- hope Oakland defeats the San Francisco '49ers." Coach George Allen of Los Angeles had this observation today following the Hams 28-23 lofs to Detroit Lions Monday night. GENERAL STEWART BR. NO. 4 LEGION SPORTS EVENTS JITNEY TURKEY DARTS Thursday, Dec. 17lh p.m. DOMINO TOURNEY Saturday at p.m. MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME The Rams are at New York Sunday and the '49ers are a Oakland as the NFL regular season campaign goes down to the wire. The Lions, having beaten suc- cessively San Francisco, Oak- land, St. Louis Cardinals and now the Rams, dropped Los An- ;eles a game behind San Fran- to the '49ers 9-3-1 in the National Conference West. Coach Joe Schmidt's Lions kept themselves alive in the Na- tional Conference Central with 9-4-0 and a chance to make the 4 ply nylon STUDDED -WHITEWALL Factory installed tungsten studs BUY'THEM ON YOUR GULF TRAVEL CARD 23 94 5.60 V 7.00 V l.-j WHITE WAl.L Sl 94 94 Service mm In our family [Gulf) H. OUOT'Q AT RICES, AVAtLAULE AT H GULF OIL CANADA LIMITED playoffs. They are at home to Green Bay Packers Sunday. TTie largest Ham turnout of the year, packed Memo- rial Coliseum. It wasn't as close as the score indicates. Quarterback Greg Landry skillfully directed a well-balanced offence and the defence checked Los Angeles on two field goals through three quarters. Roman Gabriel and the Rams came to life in the final period and threatened with 17 points. With remaining and trail- ing 21-16, Los Angeles launched a rally from its own 17. It ended abruptly when middle line- backer Mike Lucci intercepted a Gabriel pass and ran it back 12 yards. Three plays later, following a 22-yard keeper scamper by Lan- dry, Steve Owens, the 1969 Heis- man Trophy winner, went in 'rom (lie four to give Detroit a 28-16 lead. The Ram coach blamed a ripping penalty midway in the inal quarter against the Rams as the key mishap. The penalty not only advanced tlie ball to he Lion 40 but cost the .Rams >adly needed possession of the .all. Owens got his chance when egular running hack Mel Fair suffered a shoulder separation on his second carry of the game. Schmidt said later he didn't know how long Fair would be sidelined. Owens scored two touchdowns and gained !JG was 19 yards more IhaJi the eaitire Ram rushing oulpul. Kings host Cents' Lethbridge Sugar Kings i skate some of the kinks out to- night at the Arena at Kings, of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, will play host to the Calgary Centennials in an exhibition encounter set for The Centennials, with whom the Kings have a work- ing agreement, play in the Western Canada Hockey League. The locals were to have play- ed Mount Royal Cougars but the Cougars are in the midst of Christmas exams End the league game was postponed. Sugar Kings returned home Sunday evening from a disas- trous trip to Edmonton which saw them lose two games by decisive scores. They dropped a 6-3 verdict to the Movers and then were walloped 8-2 by the Maple Leafs. According :o manager Syd HaE the Kings played their two worst games of the season. He said they just couldn't get go- ing. The Kings will have to get going this coming weekend as they are on the road again. Saturday they meet Ponoka Stampeders and then Sunday are in Red Deer against the Rustlers. tigation was headed in t direction of blackballing. Sample called blackballing violation" of a player's conslil tional rights. He said he he blackballed from t NFL after the J9C.5.season wi Washington Redskins "cause was told." He said he thoug the main reason he was Mac balled was because "f disagree with them and I let the know." Sample charged that the own ers maintain control over player who becomes a fn agent after his contract run out, saying: "You're suppose to be able to negotiate with ai team you but "yo only play with the last team yo for or don't play at all." He contended that quarte back Joe Kapp's future wa controlled this season by unwritten rule they owners by" after Kapp, formerly in tl Canadian League with Calgary Stampeders and British Colum bia Lions held out for mor money from Minnesota Viking Kapp eventually was traded Boston Patriots. QUOTES PARKER Sample said he was told 1 Pittsburgh S t e e 1 e r s' coac Buddy Parker, during contra negotiations following the 19c season "that black ball player don't deserve as much a money as white ball players." He also maintained that ther was still discrimination in th form of "quota which some clubs limit tl number of blacks on the roste The 33-year-old reslaurateit and ticket agency owner in Phi adelphia said he thinks the jury is investigating "all 26 teams the NFL not just th affairs of the older Nation, Football League teams. Conviction on indictments fo illegal restraints of trade coul bring a fine of up to an a jail term of up to one year. "I don't think they (the jury are trying to hurt anyone in tl NFL. I think the grand jury trying to improve things for ba he added. Sample played with Baltimor Colts, Pittsburgh and Washing ton before switching to the Jel in 1966. He is the only pr player who has been all-ieagu and on championship teams in both leagues. Bowling Scores CAPRI BOWL YOUNG ADULTS Bob Omotani 313 Darrell Lag- !er 305 Ken Larson 326 Chester .Jokuty 298 Randy stoncroft 272 Bob Malcomson 274, Karen Bergman 260, Sharlene Harker 258 Linda Malcomson 3-11 Defai Myers 213, Bev Wiezei 20B, Marj Hadlington 213. Y.B.C. FRIDAY SCHOOLS Rick Barvs 569 Rick Maclean 203, Kim Prindle 239, Garry Lohuis 1 Ron Grelzinger 173, Judy MacLeaii T54, Mtcnele MacLcan 148, Bev Sal- mon 195, Sandra Hamilton 163, La- nette Ciember 152 A.G.T. Ken Rollag 288 Norm Toltcy 319 Mike Slevens 256 Ray Nesting 234 Harv Schweitzer 240, Lucy Miller 208 Donna Reed 259, Marian Tollcy 24S Gloria Murkin 233. COM Satn Girardi 362 (679.1, Tom Donald- son 228, GerriM Van Gaal 298 Jim Yamada 276 Jim Taken 255, Maria Jokufy 240 Ethel Kemerl 225, Belly Van Gaal 250, Leith Teller 217, Marg Peterson 21B. BANTAMS Lori Hamilton 174, Bev Salmon 190, Leslie Killins 159, Diane Rollingson 146, Jim Miller 205, 'Mike Sharun 201, Rod- ney Malchow 198, Harvey Pocza 198, Brad Turner 181. JUNIORS-SENIORS Ken Kurtz 287, Randy Joeven- azzo 334, Bernle Pohl 288, Baden Pill- mo Les Ertckson 203, Pal Len- ayel 202, Cherye Obcrmeyer 222, Car- olyn Passey 227, Lori Smeed 221, Ha- dine Kovscs 247. GLENDALE BOWL TRACY'S STYLISTS Jaan P3ssey 26S Beulah Fabb 567 Gladys Field 278 (750) Bev 228, Mary Nicholson '245 KIMURA'S MIXED Ken Rollog 250 Willis Waste green 261 (fifiOJj Vern McGhie 265; Lli da Graham' 247; Melody Ives 371 Randy Larve 248; Grace Snider 226 Ed Stanko 271 Ruth Johnso Mae Lewis 230. SOUTH-ALTA PRODUCE Bob Olshaski 244 John Sea tergood Jnr. 263 Dale Fitzsiir monds 289 Ed Carpenter 2; Nick Lastuka 320 Wai Mysyk 279; Bev Clark 256 Di Olshaski 275 Carol Kempenaa 283 Berttlcs Pavan 263; Fre Thomson 244. VASA LODGE MIXED Bea Hanstin 201; Peggy McLare 202; Jim Berry 222 Joyce Berr 243; Arvid Oseen 219; Jerry Larson 231; Rick Larson 220. CHINOOK STATIONERS Betty Hobbs 219 Nina Slnd linger 233; Georgina Poulsen 245; Mer Oually 221; Sharon Davidson 232; Don na Campbell 270; Diane Decalre 235 Jean Armstrong 207; Donnis Foder 207 Doreen Vazari 202; Jean Mills 203. Judy Harnack Irene Vi Price 265, Vera Nict -nda 381 Iriiuiiph in Foremost FOREMOST (Special) Coaldale Larks won the Fore- most invitational basketball dropped Hie host. ForeLlcs -J7-34 in the (fowl. Foremost won Hrcir fin-l game '19-39 over Rivers of Milk flivn- while l.he Oal- riale gals stopper) Medicine Hat 35-24. Medicine 1! 3 I trounced Milk Rjvcr -Ifi-lfi to Uke Hie consolation honors. Karen TJrecka of Coairlalc was the most valuable plaver in the tourney. Coaldale awl Foremctt shared fhe all-star honors. Linda Kraft, Marilyn Kintmitt nnci of the T-arks wore selected 3long with Monica Borlie and I Dorit Scluncigeli, nf l-'orcmofu Dot Anderson 251. CIVIL SERVICE Lew Mills 324 Al Taylor 295 Joe Dimnik 333 George Eop 273 Tom Archibald 300 Dfck Hewer 270 Edith Voth 322 June Taylor 292 (756) Rose Nicolay 312 Roma Roth 254 Jsne Smyke 243 Be1 Swafcn 247. l.O.F, Robin Wlieeldon 313 (637 V H( Morfyema 305 Doug Young 314 Shicj Goshrnmon 769 John Remcel 278, Garv Llnd 262, Kay Woodman 289 Vera Alison ?7i Marie Smith 326 Arlenc Williams 318, Sandy Scattcrnocd 237, Masa Goshinmon C.P.R. SOCIAL Bob Anderson 243 Georoc Mstchett 719 Dan Oublnshi 271 Elsie' Brunner 225 Doug Young 263 Tom Hackman 235, Mary Cerney 250, Edith Voth 224, F. Harding 221, Elaine Sinclair 323 Fil Oberg 252, J. Johnson 236. BANTAM Y.B.C. Caret Cafhoim 219 Anoela Scaftergood 153, Debbie Urban Barbara Tolh 150, Debbie Reid 1.13, Debbie Anderson _149, 'David Wells 185 153, 'Torn Miklos 18-1. Bob Rapuano 152, Gordon Besselinp IS3. i Y.B.C. JR. AND SR. j CM-flari Woo 172, Sanritrt J-iv-.-hnV Tin, Dchbir firth 739 i 740. Marie 761 tun. icrri Fjrlti 7.11 Sclm-i Nishi- i muro 302. Brian Andersen 737 I 7M Jolvi Cfllhoun ?0.1. j Ofllev PS, Palll Torrid 1M. hu-ev.eiy "2 HAY AGENCIES T.oubn 771 hi.) 234 Jo Hodge (63-0; Eleanor 264 Lucille Bsrby 23.J Jean 246 Doris 254; Ruby Oscan 343; Bogusky 3.i3; Sandy Scallerqood 3f9. SHOPPERS Ipin 336 VJifr.; 31 n (737 i; Ricky Gront 101 Dc.i Sfllmrn 7-'-1) Stindy Scatter- QCcd M2 Dona Smilh 293 Shirley Plonvk" 223; Betty Pa tan on Heather W.; Gloria PaMzs Minor hockey Tire Falcons had no prob- lems disposing the Bisons in Pee Wee action last night as they blanked their opponents 6-0. John LaPointe aad Terry Hamilton both banged in two goals apiece while Kevin Ham- ilton and John Barthcl account- ed for singles. Patrick Naliama was credit- ed with tiie shutout. In Bantam "B" action the Mustangs managed a goal in each period as they skated to a 3-t victory over tlie Eagles. Bill Koss, Andrew Hunt and Francis Dccoste each popped in a goal each for the while Craig Slurray replied for the Eagles. Larry Yanosifc and Tytor Mar- tinuk slapped in first period markers and Ron Simmons a Ihirrf period goal as the Black Hawks trimmed (he Maroons in a Bantam A encounter, lai'ley niul Conrad Sinker tallied (he Maroons two goals. Dc.nni.s HfJtt found the rajigr .hrcc limes Monday 35 he laced the Comets to z 9-2 win over the (Eskimos in midget ac- ion. Don Larson and Dale JIc- Uann each scored twice for he winners with singletons Wing to C a m Mclnlosh and! Wayne .Spencc. Doug Sturm and Glenn Mills each scored ono lor the Eskimos. CAPTAIN SHOT Note Ramsey, first team defensive back and captain of Philadelphia Eagles, was shot Mon- day in West Philadelphia. A hospital spokesman say> the wounded player is in serious condition. Gunman shoots Eagles5 Ramsey PHILADELPHIA (AP) Po- lice spokesmen say they are fol- lowing "some pretty firm leads" in connection with the ihooting of Nate Ramsey, star defensive back for Philadelphia Eagles. Ramsey, 29, the National League football team's defen- sive captain, was shot Monday afternoon as he walked toward West Philadelphia tavern to meet a friend. Police said there was no connection between the uniden- tified friend and the leads they vere following. Doctors said the bullet grazed a rib but apparently caused no serious internal damage. How- ever, the player's condition was described as serious by a. hospi- al spokesman. R a m s e y 's wife, Desiree, veeping on a bench in the hos- jital emergency room, told re- lorters the assailant "was an acquaintance, but 1 don't know why he did it." Mrs. Ramsey said her hus- band had left iheir West Phila- delphia home to have a beer v.ith a former Eagles player. Police Lieut. James Lavin said detectives believe Ramsey "might have known" the assail- ant "from seeing him around." Lavin said Ramsey had been interviewed by police, but that he didn't know why he had been shot. Lavin said there were many witnesses to the shooting, which cccurred on a busy street, but that police had not talked to all of them yet. "There is no indication this was involved with Lavin said. Police were looking for a man in his 20s who ran to a late model gold Cadillac after firing at Ramsey and drove off. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eail Division lew York Montreal anccuver etroit ironto iffalo hlcago Louifp hiladelphia Ainnesota os Angeles alifornia T r A f S 5 127 73 I Si S3 99 73 0 18 5 17 West Division ...19 i 14 6 12 12 12 12 7 13 1 8 7 19 MERICAN LEAGUE East Division L T ucbec iringfield ontreal allimorft eveland ershey cchester W 11 9 11 12 13 7 17 Weil Division ..15 7 13 9 10 12 10 9 8 71 59 71 69 61 72 78 82 i8 95 60 97 F A Pts 88 90 24 90 94 26 98 99 25 81 110 19 87 32 93 76 30 73 78 25 3 67 73 23 ALBERTA JUNIOR Calgary Lcthbridge Red Deer... Edm- Leafs Ponoka Edm Movers W 15 13 9 12 6 13 11 S 15 4 19 L T f A Pll 5 4 130 99 ,U 9 4 133 91 30 i S 114 92 1 128 125 27 1 78 108 17 l t; tit 11 CENTRAL LEAGUE W L T r A PU 99 77 34 5 101 93 29 3 69 69 25 2 90 68 24 2 94 93 24 3 92 105 21 3 60 91 13 Omaha........ Oklahoma City 12 10 Port Worth 11 12 Dallas 12 7 Kansas City 11 12 Tulsa 9 13 Amarillo 14 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Pis. 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