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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g THI UTHMIDOI HUMID Sllvnhy, t, Saskatchewan quarterback Kinsmen Dinner guest Lancaster raring to go, Calgary the target By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer "We'll get Calgary." Whether Ron Lancaster, quarterback for the Saskatche- wan Roughriders of the West- ern Conference of the Canadian Football League, was serious Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL WEDNESDAY COFFEE Betty Purdy 211, Mary Ward 2B5, June Taylor 201, Gloria Pearson 215, May Hlebert 314 ArU TeterU 238, Lydla Gewarsky 235, Betty HobbS 205. MARTINIZING NSSB Goshinmon 313 Marg Smith 584, Mae Popma 283 Pat Henderson 309 Pat Plomp 292 Karen Carney 282 Kit Myers 258, Mary Thomson 275, Ethel Pederson 249, Pat McDonald 249. GREEN'S SHOES Bea Salman 364 Jean Chrtetk :08, Eleanor Dorigsttl 338, Phy! Harri- son 2B3, Suian McDonald 288, Bill KOS- koskl 316 Leon Checkryn 319 Std Pollock 313 John Rempel 291 Jock Mulgrew 289. EAGLES LODGE Joe Glllett 308 Cyril Barnett 212, Bill Plomp 241, Steve Meiel 298 John LaRoquft 242, Joyce Mars- den 33fi Mary Ward 232, Evelyn Groves 233, Mary NOBS 234, Gary Ward 214. GLENDALE BOWL TRACYS Dot Anderson 288 Ruby Oseen 273 Judy Harnack 363 VI Price 273 Bernlce Hay 259 E. Meszaras 241 Alice Kallbas 235 D. Vaykovlck 266, Stlnkey NIckalls 224, P. Nerlord 242, J. Smith 2S1, Joyce Brown 267. CIVIL SERVICE Low Mills 303 {830V John Erlckson 318 Henry Brown 264 Al Taylor 33J Jim Gill 293 Jim Taylor 295 Arvil Sllllto 270 Karlyn Spllier 228, Carol Hail 231. Jane Smyke 225, Roma Rom 243, Bev Swaren 223. I.O.F. Sandy Scatfergood 333 Marie Smith 2B7 Kay Woodman 276 (750V Marg Roth 259 Carolyn Coufts 328 Edna Lowen 321 (7911, John Scattergood 275 Cas- ey Vanneen 268 Alf Pedrinl 268 Ron Koiakoff 343 Lino Christie 251 Irene Oirlstte 278 Bob Anderson 32B Doug Young 241 Lynel Gaetz 230 P Oman 230 E. SIncUIr 234 (415) Janice Johnson 230 Ross John son 230, John O'Hare 273 P Gaetz 231 (413V MEN! COMMERCIAL Al Taylor 303 Les ColwIII 298 Bob Costanzo 329 RO" Rombough 303 Bernie Baltey Randy Wolstoncroft 294 (787) Yo Nlshlmurla 301 Bert Man J6S Orest Yurchak 321 (7481 Mel Vlercuts 265 Stevt sale 303 Sam Glrardl 257 Ki Malcomson 294 Yutaka uran 275 Robin Weeldon 302 HIGAS LADIES Marlene Bosch 2BO Shirle' Boyd 242 A. Neville 303 (777) Sandy Scattergood 304 Pat Jar vie 241 Susan McDonald 27 Dlanne Vlollnl 324 Brend Pederson 321 Clark 23 Elma Groves 277 Eleano Stevenson 253 Gladys Jarvl 244 Lena Moore 279 1668V Edit Voth 243 Phyl Pederson 30 J. LIngard 282 Y.B.C. BANTAMS Doug Vogt 224 Debbie Ander son 171 Rodney Snopek 210 (312 Kelly Gross 176 Carol Calhou 175 Judy Rapuano 154 (303 Brent Anderson Barb Tot 185, Neal Nishigaura 201, Tracy Sin clair 134, Cindy Anderson 149, Donn Troman 151. about his statement remains tc je seen. One thing is for cer- ain he is champing at the bit get back into action. Lancaster was selected as s oustanding football player Canada this past season an ward that had alluded him on couple of other FLEMING'S '68 PLYMOUTH FURY I V8, 4-dr., auto- MT motic. ONLY f I FLEMING'S '68 DODGE POLARA 6 eyl., 4-dr. auto., dio. ONLY FLEMING'S 'OlARA '67 DODGE POLARA V8, 4-dr., ONLY FLEMING MOTORS USED CAR DISPLAY 3rd Ave. and 10th St. S. 3rd Ave. and 20th St. S. Phone 327-1591 Far the personable Lancaster it was a thrill personally but a berth in the Grey Cup would have made his season that much more complete. Roughriders lost the western final to Calgary Stampeders in a three game final, the third of which Lancaster watched from the sidelines. He wasn't making any ex- cuses when Tie answered hon- estly that Gary Lane, who re- placed Lancaster as the Rough- rider quarterback after Lan- caster was injured, did cross the goal line twice ut the con- troversial final which the Stampeders won on a last min- ute field goal by Larry Robin- son. final game is now his- tory, but Lane did cross the goal line said Lan- caster. He was quick to admit the YER OUT! Bus Murdoch, left and Bill Johnson, fop right, adhere to the wishes of Tom Gorman, forefront, as they are about to throw Ron Lancaster out. Lancaster and Gorman are Lethbridge Kinsmen Dinner guests. Gorman is an umpire in the National Baseball League while Lancaster is the quarterback for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Mur- doch, who now makes his home in California, one of the founding members of the Kinsmen Dinner while Johnson is a former teamate of Lancaster's with the Ottawa Rough Riders. The occasion for the up- heaval was the eve of the Kinsmen Dinner set for this evening at the Exhibition Pavilion. oughies were lucky to be In be third game of a best-of- itee final after Calgary seemingly had victory in the alms of their hands in the second game. But with all the talk of the eslem final Lancaster still tad his day in court about his ormer coach Eagle Keys. Keys and Lancaster went land in hand while building a owerhouse in the Saskatche- wan capital of Regina. 'If the BC Lions don't get uss Jackson, I'll volunteer my quipped Lan- .aster. BC Lions are attempting to ring Jackson, a former quar- erback with the Ottawa club, it of retirement and Keys is ne of the key figures in the artering. Keys went to th e ions this year during the off- eason. Lancaster couldn't say enough ood about Keys and if the sit- ation were reversed the oppo- te could also be true. Lancaster will play under ave Skrien this time arounc ut doesn't fell there -will be luch adjustment. "I know my abilities and Seys respected them and I'm are Skrien will too. We have close knit group in Saskat- said the field gen- eral, "we have a lot of pride.' Lancaster recently under went an operation on his throw ng arm, on an injury his doc said happened some time go. According to the doctors sports the surgery was a com lete success and Lancaster hould be as good as new. When asked when his arm hurt during the past season he aid "all the time. More when threw short passes than Ion; les." He continued that a long pas was a result of a quick action the arm while a short swing lass resulted from easing th nil out and thus the addec lain. In describing the injury t appeared as though the ii side of the elbow was the vu spot. Talking to Lan- caster it all hurt. Lancaster is a guest of the Kinsmen Club fo ts annual Sportsman's Dinner which will take place tonigh at the Exhibition Pavilion an like he said, "We'll get Cal gary." Lancaster joins Tom Gorman National Baseball League urn lire, rodeo champion Arnoli laraga, Rusty Staub of th Montreal Expos, Don Meredith ex-quarterback with the Dalla 2owboys of the National Fool iall League, Sparky Anderso manager of the pennant-winnin anicinnati Reds, Duke Sims o he Los Angeles Dodgers fohnny Bower of the Toront Maple Leafs and master o ceremonies Ernie Afganis. Chinooks in action tonight The University of Lethbridge Chinooks will be out to better their current 6-10 record in the Western Canada Inter-Collegi- ate Basketball League as they host the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds tonight. The Chinooks hopes of gain- ing a playoff this season are minute as they rest in seventh spot in the ten team league with only three games remain- ing. On the other hand the de- fending champion Thunderbirds are tied in first spot with the Manitoba Bisons and cannot af- ford to suffer a loss at this CLEARANCE SALE ON PREMIUM BELTED DUNLOP BLIZZARD BREAKER TIRES NOW CLEARING AT WHOLESALE PRICES WHILE STOCK IASTS time. Manitoba holds a 13-1 rec- ord while the Thunderbirds who have played one more game than them own a 13-2 record. The most interesting to note in the game will be the Tim Tollestrup Ron Thorsen match. Tollestrup, at present, is the league scoring leader but holds only a slim 13 point edge over Thorsen. Thorsen the defending cham- pion scoring leader has trailed Tollestrup throughout the sea- son and may just come back to take the title, since he has a game in hand. Game time is set for 8 p.m. at the Civic Sports Centre. Meanwhile in Brandon the Bobcats froze the ball in the second half of a college basket- GREAT WEST TIRE LTD. 1203 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-2243 Magrath tourney continues today Eight teams saw action last night as the third annual Ma- grath "B" Boys Basketball Tournament opened with all games except one played in the host school. Teams participating in the two day affair include clubs from Nanton, Warner, Card- ston, Raymond, St. Mary's, Ma- g r a t h and two Lethbridge squads. In the tourney opener the St. Mary's Warriors edged the Ray- nionri Miistangs 4B41 in the second game the host Ma- grath Eagles dumped the LCI Colts 52-35. The Warriors trailed the Mus- tangs 24-20 after the first half in their encounter but came on strong in the second to pick up the victory. Jordon Bruised Head notch- ed 13 points for the Warriors while Walter Zobel hooped 21 in a losing cause. After the first half of play in the Eagles Colts contest the host dub held a solid lead and never looked back. Burns Alston topped the scor- ing for the Eagles with 16 points while Dave Kirchener sunk 13 for the Colts. In the third and last game played in Magrath last night the Nanton Knights dumped the Warner Warriors 40-32. Clarke Hunter rimmed 11 points for the winners while Harold Elke dunked 11 for the losers. Cardston was the scene of the other tourney contest as the Wildcats setback the CCHS Fly- ers uS-M. Action resumed this morninfl when the CCHS Flyers tangled the LO Colts at while the Raymond club took on the Warner Warriors at 12 noon At the Cardston club will meet Magrath while at 3 p.m. the St. Mary's Warriors face the Nanton Knights. The consolation final is on tap for arid Uin third place final is set for 7 p.m. The final Hill bo run-off at p.m. ball game Friday night but Uri versity of Manitoba Bison thawed it out just in time. Final score in the Western Canada Intercollegiate Athleti Association game: Manitoba Brandon 13. Bobcats held an 11-10 lead a half time and with 30 second gone in the second half, Angus Burr of the Bisons sank a jum shot from about feet out. Bobcats, down 12-11, kept con trol of the ball from that poin until there were only 13 sec onds left to play, when Mam toba's Jon Gurban fouled Jan Kreuzer. Kreuzer missed the foul sh< that would have tied up th game and Brandon's Dave Bai man got the rebound. He wa fouled in the act of shooting. Bauman, awarded two fre throws, made both and Bra don had a 13-12 lead with on 10 seconds remaining. Then Burr, with four seconc to go, made a jump shot, hi llth point of the game, givin Bisons the win. Bauman was the top Bra don scorer with six points. Cougars on good terms VICTORIA (CP) A week long strike by Victoria Cougar junior hockey team over the fir ing of their coach ended Frida with an announcement by clu president Bud Milner of Calgary that certain "internal prot lems" had been smoothed ove Arnold Lowden, president the British Columbia Junii Hockey League, said: "We! drop the whole thing and forg it ever happened." He also said that two-yea suspensions of the 16 player imposed earlier Friday, ha been lifted as part of the settl ment. Milner said the team manag ment "has received an agree- ment whereby the players wi fulfill their contract obligatio for the balance of the seasi and the playoffs. "Certain internal problems the past have been acknow edged by management and ha been rectified to the salisfactt of all concerned. The Couga expect to name a coach within week." C o u g a r s' general manag Eric Bishop, a former Calgar sports broadcaster, fired coa Ron Maxwell and said he wou coach the team himself. T players refused to play 1 Bishop. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY FEB. 8 P.M. KILLER BUDDY AUSTIN vs EMILE DUPRE SPECIAL REFEREE: BOB LUECK BOB SWEETAN vs GIL HAYES ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vj RENE LORENZ pint 2 exciting tag matches Admission Box Offic opens 7 p.m. Wolch STAMPEDE on CJLH-TV MEET MOVERS TWICE George McCrea, left ond. John Davidson, will be in uniform twice this weekend as they join their Lethbridge Sugar King mates in Alberta unior Hockey league games against the Edmonton Movers.