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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta t - TH1 LITHBRIDOI HERALD - Friday, January 13, 1971 Pinnies here tonight, Bears Saturday Chinooks seek fourth straight victory A winning streak will come to an end tonight at the Civic Centre. University of Lethbridge Chinooks play host to University of Calgary Dinosaurs and the outcome of the Western Canada Inter - Collegiate Basket- ball League encounter will leave one club with a four-game winning streak while stopping a three - game skein for the other. Up until last weekend the Chinooks were floundering near the league cellar with a 1-4 rec- Clubs decide on exhibitions HOUSTON (CP) - An 18-game exhibition schedule for the 1971 Canadian Football League season was announced Thursday after 18 hours of wrangling through nine dry runs. The general managers of the nine CFL clubs were meeting here in conjunction with the American Football Coaches Association. They began talks on the exhibition schedule Wednesday morning and commissioner I'LL BE PLAYING BEFORE LONG - Fraser Milner is just a tike at the moment but it won't be long before he is in the thick of the action. Fraser's dad, Randy, plays for the University of Lethbridge Chinooks. �J�hile Fraser took time out at half time to put on his own show Herald photographer Walter Kerber was on hand at the Chinook's game last Friday and captured young Fraser at his best. He'll probably be there tonight to see dad play. Jury recesses until February Saints top man testifies CLEVELAND (AP) - John W. Mecom Jr., owner-president of New Orleans Saints, says he does not know of any blacklisting of players in the National Football League and that NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle has no more power than he needs to do ms job. Mecom made the comments to reporters Thursday after a three-hour appearance before a federal grand jury which is looking for possible anti-trust violations in the NFL. The jury has heard compj'.tots of blacklisting from some former players who testified earlier in the investigation which started Nov. 16. Mecom also told reporters he was not dissatisfied with Roz-elle's ruling that required the Saints to surrender their No. 1 Minor hockey Brent Montieth's third period marker wasn't enough for the Sabres as the Blues came up with a 2-1 victory. Kevin Hunt and Ted Slussar tallied for the Blues. In Bantam "B" action the Hornets banged in two third period goals and dropped the Seals 2-1. Bruce Moch and George Haf-nagel led the Hornets while John Wadden replied for the Seals. The Canadiens walked to a *-l victory over the Maple Leafs in Bantam A action with the aid of Don Mills two markers. David Sirovjiak and Dave Jackson chipped in with a goal each. For the Maple Leafs Craig Brown averted a shutout with a first period goal. The Comets and Stampeders battled to a 1-1 deadlock in midget action. Wayne Spence gave the Comets a 1-0 first period lead before Norm Michaelis tied it for the Stamps with a second period goal. Bowling scores (Esso) Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive DRIVE IN HERE FOR TOP AUTO SERVICE. GET THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR. SEE YOU SOONI WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY! HEADQUARTERS FORi  IMPERIAL OIL PRODUCTS  STEREO TAPES  ATLAS PRODUCTS  PROPANE  LIVE BAIT MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. la 5 p.m. Licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. draft picks in 1968 and 1969 to San Francisco '49ers after New Orleans signed tight end Dave Parks, who had played out his option with the '49ers. The grand jury recessed its investigation for at least two weeks after hearing from Mecom, the first club owner called in the investigation. Mecom told reporters that "apparently some people believe the league has some dirty linen to wash, but I am not aware of any. . . ." "I believe the league's problems could be solved in other ways." Mecom disagreed with Parks when he said that Rozelle does not have too much power. Parks testified Wednesday that Rozelle's power should be curtailed. He signed with New Orleans after playing out his option with San Francisco in 1967. Rozelle then ordered that the Saints give their No. 1 draft picks for 1968 and 1969 to the '49ers. Parks said Rozelle apparently was attempting to discourage players from playing out their options and discourage owners from signing players who become free agents in that man ner. CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechfhold 33? (777); H. C. Brown 331 (691); Henry Brown 246; BUI Jenson 236; Emll Collins 228; Bert Madlll 198; Jim Freel 208; Fred Beard 199; Iris Archbold 151; Cece Cuell 169; Betty Murtland 198; Henry Myers 165; Herald Perry 184. VASA MIXED Nick Blanchl 355; Bud Sraullte 280 Peggy McHauen 273; Arvld Oseen 214; Rick Larson 210; J. Larson 225 C.P.R. F. Herding 361 (575); Bob Church 266 (418); Bob Sinclair 211 (419); Dan Dubovskl 226 (414); Elaine Sinclair 273 (406); T. Oseckl 243. CIVIL SERVICE June Taylor 333 (804); John Erlck-son 253; Lew Mills 279 (718); Joe Dim-nlk 300 (729); Al Taylor 257; Dan Fln-nerty 245; Bob Reld 277; Blair Hurt 255; Bob Spltzer 268; Roy Sends 242-Mel Finnerty 220; Fran Harris 226. I.O.F. John Scattergood 314 (815); Irene Christie 300 (721); John Rempel 2B3 (714); Sandy Scattergood 298; Lino Christie 271; Brian Handerex 242 Marie Smith 258; Robin Wheeldon 250 (677); Rhea Beekman 281; Casey Van-veen 273; Edna Lovven 252; Louise Ober 222; Jean Rapuano 227; Marino Rapuano 227; Atf Pedrlnl 264; Vera Allsop 253; Randl Mahe 299; Slhnob Tanaka 240. i MORNING COFFEE Mary Ward 299 (632); June Taylor 230; Dorothy Hunter 204; Ppggy Forry 244; Aria Teterls 207; Betty Hobbs 267 (642); Helen Anderson 205. ONE HOUR MARTINIZINO Marge Malcomson 266 ( 640); Vera Nlcholls 233 ( 604); Issle Orsten 241 (602); Pat Plomp 241 (644); Marg Smith 236 ( 681); Masa Goshlnmon 230 (611); Sylvia Peterson 232 ( 615); Lois Clarke 231; Mary Mlhallk 224; Mabel Stuckart 223. GREEN'S SHOE Hans Schulz 312 (658); Bill Gorzltza 303 (773); Bill Koskoskl 297 (818); Ramsay Vlckers 277; Lew Mills 278 (730); May Hlebert 255 (7041; Dena Smith 268 ( 692); Jean Christie 265 (753); Bea Salmon 256 ( 686); Donate Schulz 252. EAGLES LODGE Frank Gorda 220; Rick Larson 241 (661); Steve Mezel 288 (766); Joe Gll-lett 220 ( 635); Norman Miller 235; Grace Gllleft 224; Willie Plomp 221; Evelyn Groves 223 (643); Ann Golla 223; Joyce Marsden 242 (624). HAY AGENCIES Mary Potvln 257 ( 641); Eleanor Fen-ton 223 (630); Sandy Scattergood 268 (640); Jean Gross 246; Marge McLaughlin 214; Ruby Oseen 245; Jackie Clark 223. SHOPPERS WORLD Sandy Scattergood 272 (735); Dena Smith 303 ( 695); Betty Paterson 240 (690); Mary Morcom 224 (640); Bea Salmon 274 (630); Jean Passey 229 (608); Marg Reld 240 (606); Alice Gler 269 (628); Pat Leclalre 233 ( 603). KIMURA'S MIXED Linda Graham 222; Ed Stanko 230; Rulh Johnson 294 (706); Wayne Mlch-ells 223; Marv Copland 257; Violet Black 224; Bill Roth 219; Jim Roth 207; Bert Blllett 200; Jeanette Zelffle 204. SOUTH-ALTA PRODUCE Dieter Bechtold 318 (819); John Scattergood 275 (745); Sandy Scattergood 275 (682); Sat Nagata 244 (651); Hazel Jensen 213 ( 607); Fred Thomson 276 (6621; Bob Olshaskl 227 (612); Dot 01-shaskl 271; Ben Pavan 246. CHINOOK STATIONERS Sandy Scattergood 323 (739); Cynthia Mllllgan 295 ( 709); Jean Mills 246 (679); Mert Qually 265 (651); Peg Forry 268 ( 608); Betty Martin 226; Jackie Green 218; Ethel Harvle 221; Connie Baceda 293. VASA MIXED Peg McLaren 271 (634); Dolly Belle 234; Bud Grouette 210; Jim Berry 202; Joyce Berry 207; Rick Larson 199; Bob Hanson 188; Lll Hegland 179. Jake Gaudaur gave them a 6 p.m. deadline for agreement. "If they haven't agreed on a schedule by then, I'll impose one," Gaudaur said. "I have to leave by 11 p.m. Thursday for an appointment in Miami." The general managers couldn't agree and Gaudaur gave them until 10 a.m. Thursday. That deadline, too, came and went without agreement. Gaudaur mediated the various objections up to 2 p.m., then gave the managers a schedule to adhere to and took off for Miami three hours behind time. Here is that schedule-all night games: Monday, July 5-Winnipeg at Ottawa, Edmonton at B.C. Wednesday, July 7-Winnipeg at Hamilton, Saskatchewan at Calgary. Thursday, July 8-Montreal at Toronto. Friday, July 9-Ottawa at Edmonton. Monday, July 12-Calgary at Montreal, Ottawa at .B.C., Toronto at Winnipeg, Hamilton at Saskatchewan. Friday, July IB-B.C. at Toronto, Calgary at Edmonton. Monday, July 19-Hamilton at Montreal, B.C. at Ottawa, Edmonton at Saskatchewan. Wednesday, July 21-Saskatchewan at Winnipeg. Thursday, July 22-Toronto at Hamilton, Montreal at Calgary. "The commissioner decided on this one and it wasn't exactly greeted with unanimous joy-but then, it never is," said league secretary Greg Fulton. Earlier, Gaudaur said the scheduling problems had been submitted to a computer and even that hadn't helped. ord. The locals' mark was bet-� ter percentage - wise than the [ Dinosaurs as the Calgary squad had won once in six outings. But then help, in the form of a three - game sweep, came along and brightened, considerably, the future for the two clubs. Saskatchewan Huskies of Saskatoon, Regina Cougars and Brandon Bobcats journeyed to southern Alberta and were stopped cold by the Chinooks and Dinnies. Chinooks belted the Huskies 78-62 last Friday, Brandon 100-79 Saturday and then Regina 92-57 Monday evening. Dinnies knocked off Regina, Huskies and then Brandon setting the stage for tonight's battle. Chinooks and Dinosaurs met once before in conference action with the locals emerging with a 75-73 victory in Calgary. Coach Logan Tait is looking for the home court advantage in tonight's game to help the Chinooks keep their record above the .500 average. Chinooks have hit their stride it would seem following their performance in the Christmas tournament when they finished second. According to Tait the Chinooks have become scrappers which adds to the coaches pleasure. "We're in the thick of it now," said Tait after the Chinooks made it three straight Monday. Things were not as rosy at the Christmas break but with a win tonight the Chinooks will be that much better off. Clunooks will go all out in an effort to register a win this eve- SPORTS Lanny McDonald drops to sixth REGULAR SCHEDULE SET The 1971 regular-season schedule, although not yet announced, was compiled some time ago to facilitate the sale of television rights. Fulton now begins work on the 1972 regular' season schedule for submission to the CFL's regular annual meeting in Winnipeg Feb. 11. The general managers had been near success on more than one occasion before problems cropped up. One proposed schedule was thrown out when it was realized that Lansdowne Park in Ottawa had a meeting of Seventh Day Adventists on a critical date. Calgary objected to playing at home during the 10-day Stampede. And Empire Stadium in Vancouver was otherwise booked on the 18th, 19th and 20th of July. Fulton said it was harder to fit the 18 exhibition games into three weeks than it was to schedule the 68 regular-season games into fourteen weeks. ning because they will face the University of Alberta Golden Bears Saturday night and will have more than their hands full against the second - place Bears. Tait would like nothing better than another weekend sweep but a split will be better than no points at all and the coach will be the first to admit it. Chinooks are healthy for the weekend set with only the usual bumps and bruises evident. The locals have lost one player recently. Peter Koochin, a tower of strength last year for the Chinooks, has graduated and is ineligible to play in the conference. Tait.is extremely happy with the club's defence of late and feels they have come into their own. The Chinooks themselves are beginning to feel the difference after their three-game sweep last weekend. As one player put it "You know, I'm getting to like winning." DOROHOY NAMED NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C (CP) - Appointment of Ollie Dorohoy as coach of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League New Westminster Royals was announced Thursday night. Dorohoy replaces Buster Brayshaw, who was released last Sunday. RED DEER (CP) - Rob Le-guUlour of Calgary Cougars holds a three - point lead over Marcel Comeau of Ponoka Stampeders in the Alberta Junior Hockey League scoring race. Stat i s t i c s released by the league Thursday show Leguil-loux, the leader since the beginning of the season, has 57 points on 26 goals and 31 assists. Comcau, the sparkplug of the fifth - place Stampeders who has scored more than half of his club's total goals output this season, is the leading scorer with 27. He also has 27 assists for 54 points. Dale Bowler of Edmonton Maple Leafs is third with 51 points, one more than Al Pollock of Calgary. Brian Ogilvie of league - leading Red Deer Rustlers is fifth with 49 points and Lannie McDonald of Lethbridge Sugar Kings, sixth with 47. Dale Kenwood of Red Deer leads John Davidson of L e t h-bridge by only one hundredth of a point in the goaltend i n g race. Henwood has a 3.23 average while Davidson's average is 3.24. Davidson leads in shutouts with two. Meanwhile in Edmonton Peter Scrabie scored three goals, including the winner in the last minute of play, to give the Movers a 4-3 edge over Red Deer Rustlers in the Alberta Junior Hockey League Thursday night. The 16-year-old right winger, up from the juvenile league, helped Edmonton tie the score 3-3 in the second period with two goals, including one on a breakaway. Then with 59 seconds left to play in the third period he took a pass from the faceoff. A low shot to the corner from six feet out got past Dale Henwood in the Red Deer net. Brian Mann scored the other Edmonton goal. Leo McDougall scored twice for Red Deer and Mickey Girard scored once. In other action Ed Lychuk scored three goals as Ponoka Stampeders downed Calgary Mount Royal Cougars 8-4 Thursday night in Ponoka in the Alberta Junior Hockey League before about 350 fans in 30-below-zero temperatures. Marcel Comeau added a pair for the Stampeders who led 1-0 after the first period and 4-2 going into the third. Other marksmen for Ponoka were Doug Topley, Lee Whit-ford and Evan McPhedran. Darryl Goss, Doug Blaney, Brian Smith and Nelson Mc-Bride replied for Calgary. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES MM *-------" " Heck blasts in five goals Jerry Heck rammed home five goals and added an assist and carried St. Basil's to a 9-6 victory over the U of L Chinooks in City Recreation Hockey action last night. The Saints trailed 3-2 after the first period but fought back and jumped to a 6-4 lead before the second period ended. In the final period the Chinooks, who seem to play their best in the third, were out-scored 3-2. Along with Heck's five goal outing Bob Balazs notched two while Brian Murkin and Dick Cusson added singles. Cusson also chipped with six helpers. For the Chinooks Al Johnson, Larry Neilson, Jim Band, Gary Smith, Tim Negrello and Den nis Allen all tallied once. Big buildup missing this time NATIONAL LIAGUB �lit Division �.,.. W L T F A Pis P,0"0" ;.....� 7 5 204 113 45 New York .... 2? 7 6 142 88 64 Montreal..... 19 13 9 142 113 47 Toronto ...... 20 20 3 145 121 43 Vancouver .... 14 24 4 1)6 152 32 getro t .......13 23 5 117 1M 31 Buffalo ...... 9 25 7 89 154 25 Weil Division Chicago ...... 28 8 5 159 92 61 SLiL2u   19 11 12 115 104 � Philadelphia . . 16 19 6 102 114 38 Minnesota .... 14 19 9 91 114 37 Pittsburgh ... .11 20 U no 125 341 Los Angeles ... 11 22 8 122 155 30 California .... 12 27 3 1 04 151 27 AMERICAN LtAOUl Eastern Division r, u * L T M Wi Quebec ... ... II 15 6 128 123 42 Springfield . ..18 1� 4 137 151 36 Pfovlnce ..... 13 17 5 125 140 33 Montreal ., .. 14 � 7 125 142 33 Western Division Baltimore ... .22  J 1M 112 49 Cleveland .... 17 14 5 1 32 107 39 Rochester ... . 14 17 6 124 131 34 ALBERTA JUNIOR4 " 4 , 08 109 34 BJ, WLTFAPIs Red Deer .... 19 6 7 152 114 45 Calgary ...... IS 10 5 164 140 41 Fd.T; ,Ms�le L,� 14 u * !� 154 36 Lethbridge ... .15 11 5 152 104 35 Ponoka .......1118 3 106 136 25 Earn. Movers . 6 26 4 124 217 16 WESTBRN CANADA �astern Division W L T F A Pts If'evan ...... 25 11 2 164 105 52 F In Flon.....53 1 5 2 1 60 137 48 Winnipeg.....19 1 9 1 168 1 56 39 Regina .......15 20 1 115 135 31 Brandon..... 13 26 0 146 215 26 Western Division Edmonton .... 27 9 1 194 131 55 Calgary......24 13 4 145 97 52 Saskatoon .... 16 23 1 166 177 33 . CurfiB1t -l5 11 2 133 173 32 Medicine Hat . 10 28 0 148 213 20 SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE W L T Pts Lethbridge Warriors .14 0 Taber Palace Pats ... 8 3 Med. Hat Huskies ... 77 Med. Hat Wheelers.. . 7 5 Brooks ............. 7 7 Lethbridge Elks ..... 77 Bassano............ 4 7 Vauxhall........... 0 14 0 28 2 18 1 15 0 14 0 14 0 14 1 9 0 0 NHL LEADERS %rg&Bt*...... �W*8 R. Hull, Chi.......;. � � � M Bucyk, Bos ... ... 2* ~ f| 2? Ullman, Tor ... i.JJ 29 S3 12 bm......-gas? AJHL LEADERS'3 21 41 U Lenullloux, Calgary...... % Comeau, Ponoka ... ... 3? , V. Bowler, Maple Leafs ... ." 23 28 11 Pollock, Calgary ...... j� S 2 Ogllvle. Red Deer w � McDonald, Lethbridge ..22 25 at Goss, Calgary ... " " � ?! � Dempster. Red Dear . . ?� \i *A Oushattey, Movers ....*'; jf V, 4A Norndon, Maple Leafs ... j � 1? MeCrae, Lethbridge ... ' fi m i! Stumpf, Red Deer J 28 4 I'll!?' uM�P,e L��'� ... 24 14 40 Wedderburn, Red Deer .. 17 23 48 Colborne, Calgary.......; 2, � HOCKEY SCORES. ,. . National Montreal ? Minnesota 3 Philadelphia 3 Toronto 0 I?.!'?" 'tLos Angeles 5 Pittsburgh 2 Detroit 2 Buffalo 2 St. Louis 1 _ . American Quebec 2 Rochester 1 Portland 4 Dtnvtr****T San Diego 6 Salt Lake City S _ . ... Central Fort Worth 4 Amarlllo 4 ... . Eastern Clinton 8 Syracuse 2 Charlotte 4 Greensboro i New Brunswick Senior Gagefown 8 Frederlcton 4 _ Alberta Senior Drumheller 5 Calgary 4 en. - Western Canada Swift Current 5 Brandon 4 _ , Manitoba Junior Dauphin 3 Portage la Prairie 1 St. James � West Kildonan 4 Regina 4 Notre Dame 2 Alberta Junior Edmonton Movers 4 Red Deer 1 Ponoka 8 Calgary 4 Super Bowl has lost some glamor MIAMI (AP) - The countdown to the Super Bowl accelerated today for Baltimore Colts and Dallas Cowboys, but the big buildup inherent in previous summit scraps remained conspicuous by its absence. In contrast to the excitement that preceded each of the four AFL-NFL confrontations, the main conversation piece as the Colts and Cowboys began final preparation for Sunday's championship showdown was the SAVE Z 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE:  A $9.95 MUFHUR FOR MOST CARS  FREE INSTALLATION  10 MINUTE INSTALLATION  LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS  FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT llMUTE UFFLEF* 509 6th Avenue South INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 physical status of Walt Garrison, No. 2 man in Dallas' dy-nainic�running game. TTirough no fault of their own, the Super Bowl foes have the look of a pair of crusaders with no holy war to fight. The Colts, led by incomparable Johnny Unitas, will be out to atone for their upset loss to New York Jeis two years ago. The Cowboys will be out to piove they are capable of winning the big game. And both teams will be out to claim the winner's share of $15,000 a player. But tlie open hostilities of the American and National League battles have been missing. Baltimore and Dallas were allies, under the NFL banner, until merger and realignment put them in opposing camps last season. The Colts' hopes will be riding on the 37-year-old arm of Unitas, . whose charisma has been dominant during the week building up to the game. Dallas -will counter Unitas' passing with the league's most potent ground attack, a ball control force led by rookie Duane Thomas-and Garrison, if he's healthy. The Cowboys' stocky fullback came out of the NFC title game against San Francisco two weeks ago with a sprained ankle and chipped collarbone. The forecast for Sunday calls for partly-cloudy skies, temperatures in the 70s and northerly winds up to 15 miles an hour. The Cowboys, who reeled off seven straight victories to nail the NFC title, have been training at a leisurely pace in Fort Lauderdale. The Colts, who shifted to the AFC in last year's realignment and captured the conference title on the heels of a six-game winning streak, have been strictly business. They blame their 16-7 Super Bowl loss to the .Ic'.s in purl to the "carnival atmosphere" of their 19*it> training base. MINOR HOCKEY WEEK STARTS JANUARY 23rd * * * To Keep a Boy out of Hot Water- Put Him on Ice! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES I SERVICE 402 lif Ave SoutK Phone 327 6886 01 327 4445 ;