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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 17, 1971 - THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD - It Locals ivin in overtime in Cali^ary Andreachuk settles CALGARY rSpecial) - A goal 30 secmds into sudden-death overtime by Randy An-drea.cihuk gave Lethbridge Sugar Kings a 4-3 victory over Caigairy Mount Royal Cougars Thursday in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. The Cougars held a 3-1 lead for the first two periods with two goals from Rick Alexander and another from Brian Hanni-gian in the first. Ken Wilson provided the Sugar Kings' goal, also in the first period. Lethbridge's Terry Tarnow and Chris McMasters forced the overtime with two goals in the third. Gary Graham faced 36 shots at the Calgary nets and Phil Wandler handled 37 at the other end of the ice. Calgary took seven of 12 pen- Playiiify Christmas Day NEW YORK (AP) - Protests against the playing of the National Football League's post-season playoffs on Christmas Day appear to be mountmg and one legislator says he wOl introduce a bill to prohibit any repetition in the future. In Minneapolis, where Minnesota Vikings will play host to either Dallas Cowboys or Washington Redskins Christmas Day, the club said it had NEW YORK (AP) - "nie leading passer in the National Football L e a g u e's American Conference is Bob Griese of the Miami Dolphins, and the leading scorer in the AFC is Dolphins' Garo Yepremian. Is it any wonder that Miami is one of the teams in the NFL's post-season playoffs? Statistics released by the league Tliursday show Griese vedth a 54.5 per cent average on 132 completions on 242 attempts Including 19 touchdowns this season. Yepremian has scored 108 points including 26 of 37 attempted field goals. Griese's passing game Is complimented by the rushing of Larry Csonka, whose 983 yards gained are second only to Denver Broncos' Floyd Little, who has gained 1,054. Csonka's running mate, Jim Kiick, has gained 684 yards, eighth best in Qie conference. The pass catching leader is Fred Biletnikoff of Oakland Raiders who has caught 59 compared to 53 for Otis Taylor of Kansas City Chiefs. In the National Conference, the leading rusher is rookie John Brockington of Green Bay, wIk) soared over the 1,000-yard mark last week and now has 1,032 compared to 977 for Willie Ellison of Los Angeles. LEADS QUARTERBACKS Roger Staubach of Dallas, averaging 8.9 yards gained with every completed pass, is the leader among the conference quarterbacks while Bob Tucker of New York, with 51 catches is the top receiver, leading San Francisco's Ted Kwalick by two receptions. Pete Liske, former Calgary Stampeders star in the Canadian Football League, now with Philadelphia Eagles, has moved up from the bottom of the NFC list of quarterbacks. He's now ranked ninth after completing 131 of 251 pass attempts for Something's up ZURICH, Switzerland (AP) - Muhamma All, former world heavyweight champion, arrived here with a smile but no words Thiu-sday for his Dec. 26 bout with Germany's Jurgen Blin. Swiss and German reporters who followed him around the airport were disappointed by the silence of Ali, who is not generally known as a taciturn man. 1,736 yards and eight touchdowns, plus 15 mterceptions. At one point eai-ly in the season, Liske lead the NFC in interceptions, but that honor now is held by San Francisco quarterback John Brodie who has had 23 passes picked off. Former Ottawa Rough Rider Vic Washington now has a total of ] ,083 yards in offence for San Francisco and seven touch-do^vns. The foi-mer CFh star has 773 yards in 177 cai-ries, good for sixth spot among the NFC rushers. As a pass receiver he has ca^ighit 35 for 310 yards and four of his seven touchd'owns. Roy (jerela, the Powall River, B.C., native who does place-kicking chores for Pittsbm-gh Steelers, ranks eighth in the AFC scoring race behind Ye-p^remian. Gerela has hooted 17 field goals and 25 converts for 76 points. Nicklaus tops >vinners NEW YORK (AP) - Jack Nicklaus amassed nearly a quarter of a million dollars in earnings, pacing golf's money winners for the fourth time in nine years on the tour, according to official figures released by the Professional Golfers Association tom-nament players di vision Thursday. Nicklaus earned $244,490.50, heading a list of 12 golfers who went over the $100,000 mark. Lee Trevino was second at $231,202.97 and Arnold Palmer finished third with $209,603.77. All three totals ttopped the previous single season earning record of $205,168 estabUshed by Billy Casper in 1968. Nicklaus also finished first in the exemption point standings with 241,872.5 points. The top 60 players on the point list ai-e exempt from playing in qualifying rounds of open tournaments on tlie 1972 tour. The money leaders: 1. Jack Nicklaus, $244,490.50; 2. Lee Ti-evmo, $231,202.97 ; 3. Arnold Palmer, $209,603.77 ; 4. George Archer, $147,769.10; 5. Gary Player, $120,916.79; 6. Miller Bai-ber, $117,3.59.25; 7. Jerry Heard, $112,389,02 ; 8. Frank Beard, $112,337.80; 9. Dave Eichelberger, $108,312.36; 10. Billy Casper, $107,276.07. received numerous complaints, both by phone and letter, and revealed that of 49,000 tickets offered for sale last Sunday, about 5,800 remain unsold. In Kansas City, where the Chiefs will play either Baltimore Colts or Miami Dolphins the same day, a columnist for the Kansas City Star said NFL commissioner Pete Roz-elle was being equated in many households with the "grinch who stole Christmas." A state legislator said he would introduce a bill .to ban any such games in the future. "More people," said Rep. Tim Ryan, "have raised hell about Chiefs playoff game on Christmas Day than I've ever heard before. I've heard a lot of comments like, 'If I go my wife wiU divorce me' " In New York, Jim Kensil, executive director of the NFL and Rozelle's chief aide, acknowledged that the league also had received complaints. 'DIDN'T WANT TO PLAY' "We didn't want to play on Christmas any more than anybody wanted us to," Kensil said. "We didn't feel we had anv alternative." The playoff schedule, released at the same time as the over-all NFL schedule in late April, has playoff games scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 25. and Sunday, Dec. 26. On each day, one game will begin at 1 p.m. EST, and the second at 4 p.m. EST, allowing for national telecasting of all four games. "We told the public they would see four games every year," Kensil said. "Obviously television is involved, but we also have a commitment to our fans and we feel we have to keep it. If we played aU four games Sunday, people could see only two of them and they expect to see four. "We're also . . . committed to deliver one game each day from each conference for television." allies while the teams sp^t two majors. The win for the Sugar Kings moved them into a fUth place tie with the Edmonton Movers each with 16 points. The Kings however, have games m hand on all the-clubs ahead of them in the standings. Kings are at home for a pair of weekend games. Saturday evening they meet the Maple Leafs from Edmonton at 8:30. Leafs are currently one point up on the Kings and Movers. Sunday afternoon at two the Movers are in Lethbridge. Both games are set for the new Henderson Lake Ice Centre which will be officially opened Saturday aftenioon with special activities. Members of the Lethbridge Figure S'katihg Club will take to the ice for a demonstration at one o'clock with the official opening, with Mayor Andy Anderson in attendance, set for 1:30. Pee Wee hockey and free skating follows. The day concludes with the Sugaa- King game in the evening. Meanwhile in Edmonton the Edmonton Movers and Edmon ton Maple Leafs battled to a 4-4 overtime tie Tliursday night, day night. The Leafs took a 2-1 lead at the end .of the first period on goals by Ted Edmundson and Craig Styles. Brian Clouston replied for the Movers. Jim Miller brought the Movers even with the only goal of the second peaiod. The Leafs got thij-d - period goals from Styles and BiU Kidd while Ross Barros and Dave Bell replied for the Movers. The clubs then played 10 scoreless minutes of overtime. ,The Maple Leafs took six of 11 minor penalties and Leaf goaltender Eick Gibson stopped 40 shots on goal while Ray Mc-Leod stopped 29 at the other end of the ice. LeRay Wliitbeck fights tonight LeRay Whitbeck of the Lethbridge Boxing C^ub will take part in a amateur fight card this evening in Cardston at the Gladstone Hall. The card gets under way at eight o'clock. Whitbeck, the only fighter of the local club to take pai-t, is a heavyweight. Meanwhile the Lethbridge club will stage a club card Dec. 24 at the Civic Cenb-e from 1-3 p.m. Some 40 boxers are in the club at present. Former inmate hasn't forgotten CANON CITY, Colo. (AP) - The inmates call him "pai-t of the family," and when Denver boxer Ron Lyle moved his ti-aining camp here for two days this week, 250 convicts crowded Into the tiny prison gym to watch him spar. "It's kuid of a lift when he comes down," said John Mulle-nbc, a Colorado S'tate Penitentiary inmate for close to a decade. "To some of the guys he's a real inspu-ation." Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WINDSHIELDS A- INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS PLEXIGLAS MIRRORS GLASS - ALL TYPES ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS ^ ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS and CABINETS ic ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS HARDWOOD ond SOFTWOOD LUMBER PLYWOODS ? ? ? ? ? LETHBRIDGE Minor hockey Darryl Mock scored two big goals and guided the Jets to a slim 5-4 victory over the Maple Leafs in Bantam "A" action Thursday night. The Jets, who trailed 3-2 after tv/o periods of play, got solo markers from Morgan Mora-oe, Jerry Bringham and Gary Dogtrom. Dan ReidUiuber, Miuray Os-ter, Roli Melvin and Dave Toth tallied for the Leafs. In Midget action, A.C.T. cruised to an easy 8-0 victory over the Stampeders last night. Mike Boychuk and Randy Watmough scored two goals apiece to pace A.C.T. while Bob Miles, Dale Nestbig, Cliff Mi-ya.shiro and Cam Mcl^ennan chipped ill with s-ingle(ons. The Bruins scored tlu-ee unanswered goals in the first period and went on to dump the Kings 5-1 in Bantam "B" play. Brian Wright slapped in two markers for the Bruins while Mauro Cattoni, Randy Ram-age and Doug Berger managed a goal each. Ron Schwarz scored the lone Kings' marker in tlie second frame. Lyle spent 7% years here for second - degree murder before being paroled in 1969 and launching his heavyweight career last spring. He retums almost monthly, a rare exception to prison rules against visits by former inmates, said Lt. Cliff Mattax, the athletic director. So far Lyle has won all 10 of his professional fights, eight of them by knockouts. His training sessions here this week were to prepare for a 10-round bout with Bill Drover of Wabush, Nfld., in Denver Saturday night. "It was a long time," Lyle said of his own confinement, "and you become a p a r t of those guys. Every time I get a chance I go down there." HELPS MEN ADJUST Some of the prisoners, hke Mullenix, knew Lyle while he was sei-ving time. They say the changes thev saw in him, and the fact he keeps coming back, have helped a good number of inmates adjust. For D. C. Barker, who is serving 10-15 years for robbery and joy - riding in a stolen car, the 29 - year - old Lyle has set an example he's determined to follow. "He made it out of here, and he's making it to the top In boxing. I'm going to lyake it, too," said the 21-year-old Barker, an aspiring amateur light hea\7weieht who went two rounds with Lyle in the span-ing sessions. "f wouldn't say he's an inspiration to everyone here. Tliere are some guys tlial iiotlTin's go-iiiq to touch, but you've got to admire him." added Barker, who hopes to be paroled next year and is planning to trj' for a pro boxing career. "I don't come here to preach to them," saj's Lyle. "I don't tell them what they should do and they don't tell me. We just talk about what's going on in the free world and about girls. We just ti7 to enjoy each other's company." OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES - These three members of the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club led the way as the locals dominated the Southern Alberta figure skating Prepare for Alberta championships championships recently. Leading the way were, Janet Homlnuke, Bill Petrunik and Donna Rude. back. Next comes the Alberta championships. Lethbridge figure skaters, all mem-bers of the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club, dominated the southern Alberta championships staged in Brooks and now is prepared for the Alberta finals in Edmonton Dec. 28-,30. Janet Hominuke of the local club turned in an outstanding performance as she won the junior women's singles and followed up with another fine display of skating to mn the artistic imoress'on, non - qualifying, title. She then combined with Maura Knowles as they won the pairs crown. In ai-tistic impression, group B, Donna Rude was second while HoUy Maguire was third. Miss Rude had earlier finished first in the juvenile singles. Miss Maguire was fom'th in juvenile singles. Bill Petrunik had little trouble winning the juvenile smgle men competition. The novice title went io Mark Hominuke. In the gals novice singles the winner was Karen Summers. Grant Sorenson won the pre-juvenile singles title and then skating with Maureen Gaetz won the juvenile mixed dance event. Miss Gaetz had earlier finished sixth in pre - juvenile singles. Pistons find lost spark By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It took a public blast from the general manager and a team meeting, but Detroit Pistons finally found the spark. Detroit, led by guard Jimmy Walker's 34 points, raMled in the fourth period Thursday niglit to defeat Cincinnati Royals 107-101. In the only oUier National Basketball Association contest scheduled, Golden State Warriors ripped Philadelphia '76ers 113-93. Earlier in the day, Detroit general manager Edwin Coil blasted his players for not having their minds on the games of late. The Pistons had been languishing in last place in the Midwest Division of Uie K'BA's Western Conference with an 11- 18 record. Before the game against the Royals, Walker called a team meeting. After the players held their dl.sciission. coach Earl Lloyd lectured his cliarges; all of which apparently produced instant results. Walker tossed in 15 poiiits in the final period, including a pair of free throws midway through the quaiier to put his team ahead for good. Burly pivotman Bob Lanier added 26 points and 19 rebounds for Deti'oil. Tmn Van Arsdale led the Royals with 20 points and Jolin Alengelt added 16. In pre-juvenile singles, class A, Arlene House placed thfrd with teammate Jennifer Hominuke sixth. At the conclusion of the competition Donna Rude and Mark Elks will play The Lethbridge Midget Elks will travel to Bellevue tonight for an exhibition game. Coleman juveniles will play host to the Elks in a benefit game for a young player injured recently. The game is set for the Bellevue Arena at 8:30. Meanwhile the Elks dropped a narrow 7-6 verdict to Bassa-no Damsitei's Wednesday. Elks blew a 5-3 lead as the Dam-siters scored four times in the final period. Hominuke teamed up to ^ve an exhibition in novice team pairs. Both Hominuke and Miss Rude will take part in the provincial fmals. They will skate in the mixed pairs as well as in their respective singles events. Also takmg pai-t hi the finals in Edmonton will be Janet Hominuke, junior gals singles and Bill Petrunik, juvenile singles. Alexandra Restaurant NOW LICENSED Open Weekdays 6:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Sundays and Holidays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. DOWNTOWN AT COR. 5TH ST. AND 4TH AVE. S. 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