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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___- Wcdnelday, Fcbruiiry 9, 1972 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD 9 But it is not (ill up to him Gaudaur wants league to remain MONTREAL (CP) If Jake Montreal Alouellcs, last-place. Mike Labrose, 22-year-old line- jaudar's view count for any- team in the conference of the I backer from Queen's Univer- SPORTS AWARD Ken Dryden, Montreal Canadian goaltender, holds the Life Sav- er of the Year award he received in New York Tuesday. The photo in the background shows Dryden as a six-year-old player on the Humber Valley Hornets in Toronto. Dry- den was named winner of the award due to his efforts in last year's Stanley Cup play- offs. He played in all 21 games it took the Canadiens to win the Cup. Lakers roll again NEW YORK (AP) Los An- geles' Gial Goodrich and Jerry West, the highest scoring pair of guards on one team in a single National Basketball Association season, believe that the high- powered Lakers can shorl-c'ir- cuit Milwaukee Rucks' hid for n second straight league champi- onship. Goodrich fired 36 points Tues- day night and led the Lakers to their seventh consecutive vic- tory, a 107-102 triumph over New York Knicks. West had a 33-poinl, seven as- C AN TON, Ohio JAP) Lamar Hunt, founder of the American Football League, modem-era stars Gino Mar- chetti and Ollic JIalson and ear- ly-day passing standout Clar- add finesse to brute force as a weapon in dealing with Mock- ers. That made him the proto- type for the defensive ends of today. Marchetti was a second-round nce (Ace) Parker were elected draft choice of the now-defunct Tuesday to pro football's Hail of Fame. Their official entry into the hall will bring to 74 the number of players and executives who have been enshrined in the two- building structure in this city where the National Football League was formed in 1020. The AFL wasn't born until 39 years later, when Hunt, frus- trated by attempts to secure a franchise in the NFL, founded the league that carried on a bit- ter six-year war vritii the older circuit: before merging in 1966. Hunt, owner nr.d president of Kansas City Chiefs, is the first person identified mainly with the AFL to gain entry into the Hall of Fame. New York Yanks after he fin- ished playing college ball at San Francisco. When they became the Dallas Texans he became one too, finally landing in Balti- more when the Texans folded and the new Colts were formed. Matson, like Marchetti a prod- uct of San Francisco, played six different fullback halfback, flanker, end, tight end and defensive back in a career spent with the then Chicago Cardinals, Los Angeles, Detroit and Philadelphia. He is best remembered, how- ever, as a running still ranked third alltimc with combined net yards and the player who was traded from Chicago to Los Angeles for nino members of the Hams in one of Marchetii. a standout defen- j biggcst in NFL his. sive cue! for Rnllimore in the 1950s, voted the at his posr P a r k e r, who played for lion on the NFL s Alltime; Dodgers and New Team, and a verbalile j Yankees in lllc running back who played tor one of the four different trans, both were hcst pasjers (lm.ing a iod in selected in their first year of el- j whjch pro football from j ;i ground-orienled game to the Marchctli, a unanimous all- j pass-punctuated game of today. NFL selection in all but one year from 1957 to 1984, was one of the lirsi defensive ends lo The four new members of Ihe Hall of Fame will be inducted officially in July. sisl effort against the Knicks. The Lakers have been one of the most frustrated teams in NBA history. Since moving lo Los Angeles from Minneapolis in 1960. they have won six divi- j sional tides, but not once have they been able lo capture the league crown. llosvevcr, this season, under new Coach Bill Shaniian, iiiey have been devastating, winning of 55 games for a remarkable winning percentage of ahead of the record pace of .840, set by Philadelphia '76ers in the 1966-67 season. In that season, the '7Cers finished with a 63-13 mark. The Lakers already have shattered the single-season win- ning streak record, posting 33 straight victories earlier this season before being stopped by the Bucks 120-104 on Jan. 9. But the Lakers have won Die of her two meetings between (he clubs. There is no club in the league that has beaten the Lakers more than once this season. In other NBA games, Milwau- kee defeated Buffalo Braves 126-108, Chicago Bulls beat Cleveland Cavaliers 114-90, Se- attle SuperSonics downer Hous- ton Rockets 127-119, Phoenix Suns thumped Philadelphia 120- 108. Golden Slate Warriors edged Baltimore Bullets 111-107; and Portland Trailblazcrs topped Cincinnati Royals 104- 100. thing then the Canadian Foot- ball League will remain Cana- dian. The CFL commissioner said again Tuesday night, as he lias I done many times before, that lie is opposed lo a bid from million- aire Robert Schmertz to have a CFL team based in New York's Yankee Stadium. "But I'm just an employee of the Gaudaur told re- porters. not sure my views will count for anything." Gaudaur, along with the own- ers and general managers o f the nine CFL teams, are in Montreal for the league's an- nual meeting. The general managers spent i Tuesday picking off 70 players in nine rounds of this year's draft of Canadian college play- ers. They'll meet today to out- line routine recommendations on scheduling and import quo- tas, but the big day is Thursday when the CFL executive is ex- pected to decide on expansion, Grey Cup sites, imports and proposals from the CFL Players Association. Reporters caught up with Gaudaur after the college draft Tuesday and he wasted no time tearing apart ihe New York franchise bid. He started out by saying he had simply collected the pros and cons of the bid for the own- ers to consider at the meeting. He added that "you just couldn't find a more desirable group than the Schmertz peo- ple." Then he said: "I'm sure Schmertz is smart enough to know what it takes to draw in New York. It lakes something like Joe Namatb. "He's got money enough to go out and hire 10 Joe Namalhs. And I'm sure that's just what he'd do, "Now I ask you, how is Re- gina going to compete with thai? "And if New York is a suc- cess how do you deny Chicago? Or Detroit? Or Tampa? I've talked to groups from all these cities and they are all substan- gmmc ick? CHICAGO Chicago Black Hawks said Tuesday they have placed Art! Scter.k of the Netherlands, winner of three Olympic gold medals in speed skating, on their negotiation tial. "Some day (here wouldn't be much of Canada left in the CFL." NEEDS FULL EFC OK To gain admission New York would need the unanimous sup- port of the four Eastern Confer- ence teams and a majority of the five Western Conference clubs. A serious split could result over expansion into the U.S. One or two teams could pack up and leave the CFL in favor of joining a new U.S. major league. "I've told the general manag- ers the tin-cat of a new league is a very real Gau- daur said. "And I've also lold them there is the possibility the new league would threaten our territory." The commissioner e m p h a- sized that no final decision on the New York bid had been made. "It hasn't even been dis- cussed so how could we have come to a Meanwhile, at the earlier col- lege draft the nine CFL general managers took only 51 minutes to run through nine rounds and select 70 of 245 eligible players. McAdani, Taylor hot in wins The Lethbridge Commercial Men's Basketball League came to an end with two games Monday. In the first game Roger Mc- Adam hooped 30 points as Capri unended Kimuras Shields added 25 points for Cap- ri while Jerry Kozub managed 1G in a losing cause. John Taylor canned poinls Tommy Ivan, general man- in loading Dougs io a one-sided .Igor of the National Hockey 97-39 win over Inatso in the sec- League said: ''It is the _ ond game. Melvin White scored idea of Bill Wirlz (club presi-, 11! for Inat.so. denO. feels that an ath-j The league playoffs will open Brent Montieth combined to lele and skater like Sdicnk would be of great value to the Black Hawk organization in a variety of capacities." tonight at the Civic Centre. LDS meets Capri in Ihe first game at eight followed by Card- slon and Dougs at 1971 Grey Cup losers, had first pick and named Larry Smith, six-foot 210-pound running back from Bishop's University, Len- noxville, Quc. Edmonton Eskimos then look sity, Kingston, Ont. Other first-round picks: Czsapka, Simon Fraser University, B u r n a b y, B.C.; Hamilton, taking the place of! Harris, Yml: Walker, Waterloo University, Toronto; Lutheran University, Waterloo, O'Shaughnessy, Mc.Mastcr L'ni- f) i versity, Hamilton: Cheevers, Uni- Montreal, faking the place of i of Winnipeg-Peter Paliotti, Loy- Calgary-Dem .Moultun, Uni- ola College, Montreal; versity of Calgary. Drop Red Wings into fifth place Leafs5 perseverance pays By THE CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Maple Leafs have been having their problems in the National Hockey League but at least they keep trying and their perseverance has been paying off. The Leafs were up to their usual standard of marksman- ship in St. Louis Tuesday night, bouncing pucks off the Blues goalposts while falling behind 1-0. But, not unlike their perform- ance in New York Sunday when they came back to tie the Rangers 2-2, the Leafs kept plugging and wound up with a 2-1 win on goal? by Rick Kehoe and Paul Henderson late in the third period. In the only other game Tues- day, Philadelphia Flyers downed Vancouver Canucks 3-1 to move to within one point oi the fourth-place Blues in the West Division. The Leafs' victory edgec them back into fourth spot in the East, one point ahead of ihe idle Detroit Red Wings. Toronto could increase the margin to- night when they play host to Pittsburgh Penguins. The Red Wings remain idle until Thurs- day. In other games tonight, Chi- cago Black Hawks visit New York, Philadelphia meets the Golden Seals in Oakland and Los Angeles Kings visit Minne- sota North Stars. Centre Danny O'Shea had just arrived in St. Louis after a Tuesday trade saw the Blues claim him from Chicago in ex- change for Chris Bordeleau. O'Shea set out immediately to please his new employers by scoring for the Blues in the sec- ond period and he was one of Ihe outstanding players in Blues uniform as he toiled on a line between wingers Phil Rob- erto and Brian Lavender. St. Louis goalie Jacques Caron played a strong game in the first two periods although the goalposts helped him on shots by Leaf centres Dave Keon, Norm Ullman and Jim Harrison. But Caron emerged as the goat when he was caught out o: position late in the third period, providing Kehoe an easy sho1 PHILADELPHIA 3 VANCOUVER 1 First Period 1. Philarjelptiia, Clarke 15 (Nolet, Brossart) Pen- allies Maki Fletl Second Period __ No scoring. Pen allies Quinn Watson Philadelphia (bench served by Gen dron) Guevremont Kearns Third Period 2. Philadelphia, Clarke 16 (Hughes) 3. Philadel phia, Kelly 8 (Ashbee, ClarKe) 4. Vancouver, Connelly 16 (Tallon Maki) Penalties Paiement Astibee Sliots on goal by Philadelphia 10 Vancou TORONTO 1 ST. LOUIS 1 First Feriorf No scoring. -73 14-31 Penal- Roberto Dupont Second Period 1. St. Louis, O'Shea 7 (Roberlo, Lavender) Penalties Glcnnic B. Plager Third Period 2. Toronto, Kehoe 6 (Harrison) 3. Toronto, H derson 25 (Ullman, EMls) Pen- alties Lavender Odrowski Shots on goal by Toronto 8 10 SI. Louis 17.P05. 5 12 Minor hockey Rick Wilson and Bob Schlegl scored a goal each and gave the Cougars a slim 2-1 win over the Mustangs. Calvin Logan managed tne lone Mustangs marker in the second frame. In a recent Pee Wee encount- er the Sabres blanked the Blues as Randy Paskuski and pace the winners. Paskuski recorded his first shutout of the year while Mon- tielh scored all four goals. ,s add lo leading margin Weir spark s over It.v TIIK CANADIAN I'KKSS Slime .sports fans inighl say Tom Lysiak .-md Stan Weir arc carrying Medicine Hat'fibers in I ho We.slorn Canada Hockey ,'lllff Wrir Mir mdividiK.I M-niiiu; nice, hn! their chili remains tuurlli in tin- divi.smn slamlings rd- thnugh it moved to wilhin three points of Kjlnionlon Oil Kings Tuesday night with a vic- tory. In Ilir iiMier .names, New WeslminsliT llniins edged Vic- toria Cougars in overtime, I fi a .s k a t o o n Blades trounced j Swift Current Broncos 5-1 and Calgary Centennials beat Winni- peg ,leUs l-ysink and Weir each scored a goal to give the Tigrrs ;i homo-ice win. This g.-ive. l.ysiak a league-leading lolal ol 101 points on :t2 goals and a league high of assists. Weir is sec- ond with 07 poinls on 42 goals and 55 assists. Lamiy MacDonald led the Ti- gers two goals and moved irlo seventh place in the scoring race with 711 points. A goal hy Derek Kunlz, also of Medicine Hat, moved him inlo ninth place poinls. The oilier TigiT was scored hy .lacolwH. Darcy'liota, Curtis Slmknplos and Rrhn replied [nr Kdmonlon, who have lo the for Medicine Hat. In ,Vo w Westminster, tlio Krnins improved their hold on second place in the western di- vision and now trail the divi- sion-leading Centennials by nine poinls. T li e Hrnins have (12 points. Alex Roller's goal at of overtime cavo Hie Drums their win. Vie Mercredi led with luo goals and liorno Menning scored one. Yicloria marksmen were Keg Malii'iiski. homelown win hy .scoring t.he game's first two goals. Derek Black, Jim Watson and lion Homemiko supplied the. oilier Centennial markers. Hookie Gary Doerksen, Blair Stewart and Hoss Shipley re- plied for Winnipeg, in fifth place in the eastern division with 37 poinls. In S a s k a I o o n, the Blades whipped Swift, Current, on the .strength of Ixiwrcncc Sacha- rnk's fourth Hiree-goal pcrform- anee of the smson. The defence- man's effort made him Ihe lead- ing thrce-goal-a-gumc scorer in I ho league. Other Saskatoon marksmen were Dennis Abgrall and Byron Jackson. Dave Williams count- ered for the Broncos. Today, New Wesl minster is at j Vancouver Nats and Brandon Wheat Kings play at Kdnionton in a game re-scheduled from Jan. 23, for his sixth goal of the season. I cidenlally deflected 0 'S h e a 's Henderson scored the winning into his own goal for the goal with just 53 seconds re- maining and Caron appeared guilty of misjudgement as Hen- derson put the puck in from a sharp angle. Defenceman Jim Dorey was the goat for the Leafs as he ac- St. Louis score. At Vancouver, centre Bobby Wayne Connelly ruined goalie Bruce Gamble's .shutout bid the Vancouver goal with less than two minutes remain- Clarke scored twice and helped 8amc- set up another goal by Bob Kelly as the Flyers rolled to a 3-1) lead before the halfway point in the final period. Gamble was called on for 30 saves while the Flyers tested Vancouver netminder Dune Wil- son with only '22 .shots. and to complete your decorating New low prices on Rich, smooth Interior Latex. For walls and ceilings. Fast drying, easy to apply, clean up with soapy water. No extra charge for tinting. Semi-Gloss or High Gloss Semi-Gloss Enamel that's great for areas needing constant scrL-'bbinq kitchens, bathrooms, wood- work. Colour of your choice. High Gloss Enamel that's tough ant! durable, A smooth finish for fumi- luro, cupboards, or itirn. Custom tinted free. YOUR CHOICE Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;