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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Cowboys' running back tempermental Thomas throws another tantrum Tunday, JonMry 4, IfTl THi UTHMID9I HKAJJ) ANDY CAPP DALLAS (AP) Duane Thomas yanked his Jersey off In the dressing room and looked Mi questioner square in the eye: "Man. don't ever try to interview me after a game." This was after bad MXNM a touchdown OD yard run Sunday to help Dtl- lu'Oowtoyi to 1144 National CBuferwcc title vletoiy over Sao Fraodfco 'Wfn. Thk ie wiy It haa been Thomas rejoined the team after a itonny dispute nitti over IIIIUUG that ran wU into the refidv "We've to accept him at Ke sayi macta Hum Ltndry. Landry went to gnat length Monday to wpuOn Csonka combo enjoy what they do HE'LL BE READY In obvloui pain after being hit Sunday in the Dallai Cowboy-San Franciice game Calvin Hill will be In action Jan. 16 when Cowboyi nttt Miami Dolphini in the Super Bowl. Hill l'Bi two to MIAMI (AP) The legend of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid has spread to the Super Bowl. "In the aomewhat gruesome, even blood-thirsty world of pro said Sundance, "we go more for playing the game for enjoyment." Sundance la 237-pound full- back Larry Csonka. Butcb is Jim Kiick, his 215-pound run- ning mate in the Miami Dol- phins' backfield. "We're a couple of guys who seldom show how serious we said CsonkB. "So, after UK mom about Butch and Sundance became to popular, wen likened to tin screen pair." The Miami Herald dressed Cgonka and Kiick in cen- tury finery for a portrait that graced the cover of the news- paper's pre-oeason football m- 00 ON TV An automaker liked the pose Md asked the Dolphin Mea to dress up again for a television Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL YBC FAMILY TWOSOMi BANTAM BOYS Csry Goshlnmon 179; Bill Todd 21 Edwin Burwaih 192; Bill Orr PNlIp Nowlk 191; Mike Gerla 24 Harvey Pocza 243 Leonard Ma KUS 106. FATHERS Mike Tobo 290 Shlg Goshl mon 262; Bernle Bailey 297 (741 Ron Gretzlnger 263. MOTHERS Haiel Markus 237; Kay Mann 151 Donna Taylor 220; Agnes Pocza 21 Recreation League opens at Henderson The City Recreation Hockej League can get down to serious business after having long delay. Due to the lack of ice time (he CRHL couldn't get off Its feet until the Henderson Like Ice Centre was completed. The league will officially open tonight when the Miners Llbrar take on Purity Bottling at p.m. This contest will be follower by an encounter between the University of Lethbridge Prone: boms meeting the Labor Chi p.m. The Pronghoms will see K- Uon again Thursday night 8 p.m. when they tangle with the Williams Flyers. BOYS' AND GIRLS' SKATE EXCHANGE Our Uiod Skatei SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED O- APPROX. EQUIPMENT BY COOPER AND C.C.M. WE Will TAKE YOUR OLD HOCKEY EQUIPMENT ON TRADE BERT MAC'S CYCIE LTD. 913 3rd Av.. S. Phono 327-3221 'Serving Soulh Alborln for ovor 30 yaors." Open Thun. t Frl. Till p.m. toil! CAICADI Jim AlrMer 201; Jim Allibr Emit DulchiK Jill Gur Bri ill; Llndi Alltby 144; Lorralnt Allv Loulu Wilmough nt. J.C.C.A. Jim Hlgi Hit MlHi Into 141 I7M) Shlg Gffihlnnttn 234 Dlle fa Ilia 142; Roy Sends 243; Bob Senda 247 Archie MlyoucM 14fi; Suna Ayukawa !61 Pit Tobo 241 Akl Morlyiml Mirr Shlgehlr 142i Flo Tomlyimi 243j iViasa Gosh Inrnon 171 mil. SENIOR ClTIZENI Spot Miller 3fl4t Frank Bernnai 250; Ted HaatArd 169; Arle Koole 255 Matr Bernharl 250; Henry Bechlhol !K; LivslKy K4; LI! Kelt 133 Ellen Johnion 111; Ann Reed 26 (6671; Nellli Berry 214; Isabel Evans HIOA'S Phyl Harrison 320 Annt wol 9toncroft 237; Joale D'HAfff 244; Mar lene Bosch 2fl Chris Ell 240 Marg LazarcK 25B Par Jarvl. 309; Elhel Kozak 241; Shirley Alexan der 2411 Annelli Neville 241; DorMn Rombough 241; Luba Mclnlan IM PMIUILT SOCIAL Danny BannicK 2401 Tim Burk Agnei Hart 131; Nldra Wllllami US Gary Low Valerie Mlh.llK 230 Lois GIIMrhon 213; Jn> Schmali 135 Mllon Rombevgh 141; Ted Mclntyr. 116. a AND I HAKDWAKI Rae Memeh 121 Judy Ptott 157; Mery Wlshnlvlkl 116 Mar llyn Goruk 24Si Slilla Kui 136; Shir ley Warner IHi Rae Metzger 293 Walt Crombez 111 <7W; Bob Coslanzo 314 John Lacey 207; Ellas sawllla 210; Ab. Plett 291 New coach Hodge wins first game By THE CANADIAN PRESS An 11-2 thrashing of Swift Current Broncos Monday right moved Brandon Wheat Kings within a point of first-place Re- gina Pats in the Western Oan- ida Hockey League's Eastern Division. In Vancouver, the Nats wel- comed new coach Charlie Hodge by defeating (he Pats 7-5. Brandon, playing at home, was led by three goal efforts r o m Ron Chipperfield and rrant Thomson. Glen Mikkelson added .two more and Dwayne "entland, Bob McKinstry and Bob Murdoch tallied on each. Swift Current marksmen were Celty Pratt and Brent Leavings. Three of the Wheat Kings' Ive first-period goals came while the Broncos were short- handed. 'ACE 56 SHOTS Swift Current's Henry Durkin and Brett Nakrayko faced 56 hots between them while Dave ifcLelland handled 30 in Bran- don's net. The Broncos took six of 10 penalties, Including a game mis- conduct. Hodge, a former National lockey League goaltender who took over from AH Cadman, ratchcd Bill Ennos and John Dzus whip in two goals each to ead Vancouver to Its win. Don tarrison, Tom Gawrylctz find larry Smith added tho other counters. film Burdon, Clark Gillies, Al arrclt, Dennis Sobchuk and rcg Jolly replied for Rcglns. Flin Flon is at Edmonton, rMnnlpeg at Rcglna, Calgary at nskaloon nnd Vancouver at Ictoria tonight. Dolphin fans went wild about their heroes and the HeraM began selling color copies of portrait at 50 teats i copy. "Jim and I became dow Meals, but it's been emwwtat said Cnnka, who was walking off the leftover hurts Monday from Miami's SI- 0 playoff victory over Baltimore Colts 24 hours earlier. "We do both have our own liver Our homes are K miles apart in south Florida. It's just that we enjoy each other's com- pany and having a drink to- gether." SAMPLED LIQUEUR "A couple of yean ago, we were playing the Patriots in said Osonka. "Jim and 1 had some very nice after-din- ner liqueur the night before. "The field that day drenched and all muddy. I told Kiick not to swallow any of that took when he was tackled he might ruin the tute of the nice booze." The former Syracuse all- American had a leas expensive birthday drink in Kansas City tbe day of pro football's longest game in history. "I was !S yean old on Chrift mas taid Csonka. "That's the day beat the CbWs 27-24 ifl two overtime! Jim and I had a big celebra- tion; we split a beer id our bold room." Father, son added to list The LDS Fattier and Son Ath- letic Awards Banquet has an- nounced another father and ton pair to their head table. Stan Fomradas, Vaselenak have spree Gus Fomndas and John Vas- elenak had sharp shooting eyes carrying then- respective teams to easy victories in City Broom- ball League action last Sunday. Fomradas came up with sec- ond eight-goal performance of the season as he helped Welter- Uch crush the Traders Tom Wright chipped in with three while Alrin Tietz and Nick Denneky added singles. On the other hand, Vaselenak pushed Canada Packers to a 10-0 romping over the Leth- bridge Gaol scoring six times. Vaselenak also hit the goal post another six times. Rudy Flieschhaver aided with a hat-trick while Gunner Crawford blasted In a single- ton. In the only close encounters staged Sunday, Elrich Kimura edged Coaldale 1-0, Lethbridge rlotel and K. Masonary fought o a (W stalemate and Honda nipped Fiorino Rovers 2-1. George Spoulos scored the only goal in the Elrich Kimura ory while in Honda's win, George Mercer and Randy Ma- ronik managed singles. Dave Aspiund notched the one Rovers marker. iTANDINGS Canada Packer! Welterllch Coaldale (nlgtil clubbers Leth. Hotel Elrich Kimura Masonary Florlno Rovers Lelhbrldge Gaol Traders W L T I 7 t 5 Minor hockey The Jets slammed in two un- answered goals in tho first period and one more in the third to blank the Marlands 3-0 in Bantam "A" action Monday night. Colin Bnrncs, Doug Stephens and Brian Van Burrcn tallied a gonl npleco for tho Jets while Gttg Fox earned the shutout. STAN MAXWELL and Marly Maxwell will be 'on the dlas .'or the banquet slated for Jan. 15 at the Lethbridg Community College. They will join Harold Bryan Mandeville from the world of rodeo, featured speak er Clarence HoMwn, head trac coach at BYU; Larry Bowa shortstop for Phlladelphi Phillies; Eddie Ferenz, Phillies travelling secretary; Gerr Shaw of the Calgary Stamped era, former runner Jerome Pla and emcee Ron Low. Stan one of tho better known iporttmeo In southern Alberta. has been In organ tod hockey for over n yean and li ako a well known fast ball player. He played professional hoc- key for many years with teams from Seattle, Buffalo, Kansas aty, Victoria and had a brie stint with the Montreal Can dlens of the NHL. He also play ed amateur hockey mth team from Lethbridge, Taber Medicine Hat. Stan played fastball for the old Shaugbnessy Cadillacs when they won the western Canadian championship. Son Marty, a student at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute presently plays for the Letb bridge Native Sons Jr. "B1 hockey team and also parttd pates in the local baseball pro- gram during the summer. Marty is also a member of the LCI Rams basketball team Tickets for this year's dlnnei are f5 apiece and are evai able from Doug's Music and Sports and Thriftway Drugs. Short sport TENNIS UPSET MELBOURNE (Reuter) Virginia Wade of Britain brought off a major upset in the Australian open tennis champi- onships Monday when (he beat Wimbledon champion Evonne Goolagong of Australia to win the women's singles HOe. Miss Wade, 26, took full ad- vantage of Miss Goolagong's sporadic form to wlr her first Australian title with a M, 64 victory in Just over an hour. SIX-PLAYER TRADE GREENSBORO, N.C. Carolina Cougars and Memphis Pros of the American Basket- ball Association announced a six-player trade Monday. The Cougars gave up rookie Randy Denton, veterans George Lehmann and Warren Davis and an undisclosed amount of cash, for all-star forward Wen- dell Ladner, rookie Tom Owens and veteran Bob Warren. BRUNDAGE WARNS LAUSANNE, Switzerland !Reuter) Avery Brundage, ircsident of the International Olympic Committee, has warned that competitors at the Winter Olympic Games will be disqualified if they have vio- lated Olympic rules by making commercial endorsements or b; accepting payment for partici padng in sports. MELLON NAMED NEW YORK (AP) Paul Mellon, owner of Rokeby Stable and an international sportsman was named Monday as thor oughbred racing's outstanding owner and breeder for 1711. HORNETS CLOSE HELSINKI (AP) Gait Hor- nets of Ontario won a victory 3- 0 over last-place Helsinki IFK in the Aheane Cup hockey tour- nament here Monday, thanks to goaltender Bert Pennington. The win keeps the Hornets, Allan Cup champions, In the running for the Cup. The unde- feated Soviet team Spartak of Moscow tops the standings. LATE VICTORY NEW YORK (AP) Walt Frazier's 15-foot jump shot with three seconds remaining capped a NEW York comeback and gave the Knicks a 101-99 victory over Milwaukee Bucks Monday night in the only scheduled National Basketball Association game. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Journeyman For AUTOMOTIVE BODY REPAIR FLEMING MOTORS LTD. PHONE 327-1591 Thomai' attitude to reporters but admitted "I don't know if I an enlighten you." Landry laid, "He la a unique person, Hie eole object k to be prepared to play foot- ball. He doea It Wj own way. He doesn't Uke any distrac- tions. At meetings be says maybe two wordi. He seldom la not ready to play be he doesn't aak many queftioni." This comes from a man Thomaa oiled plastic man no at all" in a July tirade. Landry Mid, "Thomas acts as if he Is not part of the team but he is part of the team. The team has to under- stand him and I believe they do. We've never asked him why be doesn't talk to report- ers or lign autographs." "The team wand to under- stand Landry added. Landry said he talks to Thomas a lot "about every- thing." WASNT GOOD DAY He said Thomas didn't hare a particularly good day against' the- '49ers because "none of the offence had a good game except [or Walt Garrison. Thomae is the type of runner who uses nil btock- "Tbe blocking wasn't there and he was trying to find a hole. When be has an opening be really heads for the goal. "While he's Waiting for the blocking, it looks like be isn't doing anything. But he really on run." Thomas made the boast in July that the Cowboys could never get to the SupW Bowi without Mm. In his mysterious way, maybe be was right. Surgery for Sayers again CHICAGO (AP) tojury- finxed Gale Sayers, Chicago Bean' running back, Monday underwent surgery again on his disabled left knee which has limited him to brief action the last two National Football jeagae seasons. Dr. Theodore Fox, Bear physi- cian, said surgery for tbe third time on the same knee was to repair a tear wHcb leaked fluid under the skin. Sayers in 1968 recovered from surgery on his right knee and ed NFL rushers with rards in 1969. However, as result of injury to ha left knee, Sayers ap- peared only briefly in the 1970 md 1971 seasons. IS IT WORTH IT? 1 TO fcvS TWCE THE WOftK TO SO SINCE THEY MBE ME err wife, Kib -LBAtNTO, BBLECATE Southwest hoop tourney ready The second annual South- west Boy's Basketball Confer- ence tournament is all set and ready to go this coming week- end at Picture Butte. All eight teams in the South- west Conference will take part n the two day event which starts Friday and concludes Saturday. The Kate Andrews Gaels 'mm Coaldale will take on the Winston Churchill Bulldogs in he tourney opener at p.m. Friday while the Stirling Lak- ers face the Fort Madeod F. P. irabh right after at 6 p.m. Action continues at p.m. with the host Butte Su- jar Kings tangling witib the eague leadtog Milk River Erie Rivers Comets while W. R. My- ers from Taber meet the Vauz- iall Vikings in tbe 'final game at 9 p.m. The semi-finals an set to go Saturday at p.m. and 3 p.m. while the third place champions will be settled at 7 p.m. The championship final to slated for B: 30 p.m. Stand-ins get terrific wages DALLAS (AP) Superbowl mania became all the more ap- parent here Monday as several hired stand-ins reported they were being paid to stand in line and purchase Superbowl tickets for game fans. "I sold myself too winced CMp Cramer, I cotMge student. "Before I knew Just what was being paid, I here to visit come friends wbo were in line. A man came up and offered me to stand in line for him." EXPORTA brake overhaul Hen'awnnwaoo: 1 Turn drums and arc linings for full braking contact. Zi Install top-quality linlnos for long mileage. J Safety inspoct the entire braking system. 4i Clean and repack the front wheel outer bearings. b. Add super hMW-duty brake fluid. D. Road test the car to moke sure the workmanship It right up to firestorm standards. MILE GUARANTEE Aik about our outstanding savings on Disc Brake Overhaul. shown Is for Drum Type Brakes only. At these Firestone Stores: Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th Sf. S. Phono 327-8548 WINDSHIELD WASHER ANTI- FREEZE ;