Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
J4 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Thursday, November 4, 1971- go- cluh comes (divt> U-am two wwks ago. llicrc was off came the Eagles lose some plummage but post wins Falcone triumph Rookie winners named came in day and i grumbling, but (.rf your mustache-, mustaches. i older, would it inv prove your work? 'Juac'h Ed Kiiaya! of Philadel- phia Katies gave the order lo his National Tlie Eagles had lost their first of the season, who succeeded as boss after the third game. Minus the hair on under Khaynt, .lorry Williams Hii ir lips the ICaglcs won the nt'Xl two games. Did ihi- mass mustache shav- Eagles had lo run for the differ- ence? Eil Kliayat laughed at the queslion. A former player on (IAM- I JUST DON'T ACHIEVE W POTFN77AL' ALLSIGnT, IWE STILL SAY'E'S A) r ACHIEVE Vf R POTENTIAL in field goals in !4 r.d is 14 for 14 in paint di.'pnrtment. 44 points make him .'s high scorer, comparison, last season Mingo and Allen Watson e only 10 (if field goal be- l.ncHi li.i. Ihis season. "lie's given us c o ore-.'." says Steelcr fi Chuck Noll. "I'm pleaded his performance The 23-year-old Gerela came available to the Stec'ers IIolMun him shortly brlore the seasun "Beit thing lh.it ever hap- pejK-d lo me." said the Cana- dian soccer-style kicker from Powell River. B.C. "I don't think Coach Hughes fof Houston) liked the soccer style, although he didn't say- so when I asked him." Gerela says the thing he likes about the Steelers is the li he s civcii ii; .V'li. liiiYo IreiWd .'is a spe- hen1." ilvj Mexico Stale graduate said. "Hi' iold me "hen F cailU' thai if i don't feel like kickirp in practice >onie days or if n'.v doesn't feel liiat 1 don't to kirk. :pperi.'d yri. but le doesn't care wial I do a? as I'm ready for Sunday." Go'rela hooted three field goals in c-.le game this season. His lor.gcst field goal was from the 42-yard line. "What we were looking for.1' says Xoll. "was a kicker with accuracy inside ihe 40- yard line. "I think Roy fits that bill." the champion Eagles of 1969, knew his players didn't run, j pass, block or "tackle with their lips. He made no bones about the reason for Hie recovered fumbles, throe pass interceptions, a blocked kick that became a I. o u c h d o w n. guards who pulled out and knocked down a fo-.v people. EXPLAINS OltUIOK The coach explained bis think- ing behind the shavp-it-off edict. "Good grooming is cue of tho many facets of h3 repeating what he said at the time of the order. Khayat said he disliked shav- ing but did it every day. The players were unhappy with Ihe loss of their ir.uslachcs. Tim Rossovich, tho middle line- backer, was the most vociferous objector. He's not yet ready to forgive and forget. He says bo feels like he's in Ihe army. All he wants is for the coach to tell him how lo win. Quarterback Pete Liskc takes a realistic approach to the two- game winning streak. "I think our winning comes down to playing the calibre of teams we're playing IJske said. "We were successful in pre-season playing Ihe cal- ibre of teams we should beat, and we've bsen successful against that calibre of team again." The Eaglas posted a 4-2 pre- season record, defeating New York Giants. New 0 r I c a n s Samls. Buffalo Bills and Oak- land Raiders, whi'c losing lo j UotNtjjn and Detrtil. The two victories since Ihe mustaches came off were asainst the Giants and Denver Hmnc'ii-. put exactly the elite of the The Ihtory Ihnl at niadc his players angry In- ims'achc ploy, and that nsyclvMisTicnlly they IveanT1 a boiler learn gels an acid lest Sundav against the Wa-h- ni-1 If the En- be a hairy cnc. ST. LOUIS (AP) The ing News Wednesday named Hill Parsons of Milwaukee "Brewers, Chris Chambliss of Cleveland Indians, Heggie Cleveland of St. Louis Cardinals and Earl Williams of Atlanta Braves the major leagues' top rookies for the 1971 season. Parsons, selected the Ameri- can League's lop rookie pitcher, posted a IS-17 record and a earned run average. Chambliss, called up by the Indians in May, balled .27.1 in 111 games and had 41! RBI. Tho C a r d i n a 1 s' Cleveland posted a 12-12 record after going 0-4 in a brief pitching stinl dur- ing the 1970 season. Atlanta's Williams, besting Philadelphia whiz Willie Monta- for the NL non-pitching award, slugged .'13 home runs and had 117 Hlil. Selections of the four players were by n poll of major league CALGARY (CP) Drum- heller Falcons defeated Calgary Canucks S-6 in a free wheel- ing Alberta Junior Hockey League game Wednesday. Jim Bechtold and Don Dirk scored two goals each to pace Drurnheller with Don Simituk, Grant Pushie, Rick Blair and Biyan Wecker adding singles. Dick Jellana picked up four as- sists. David Bruce got two goals for Calgary and was aided in his effort by John Snodgrass, Dan Mandryk. Denis Tario and Mark Lomcnda. Canucks led 2-1 after the first but the score was tied 5-5 at the 40 minute mark. Drumhcl- ler got three goals lo Calgary's one in the final period. Calgary's Danny Milton faced 47 Falcon shots while H o s s Frisken faced 42 Canucks at- tempts on goal. Calgary receiv- ed seven of 10 miner penalties. MEN'S CLOTHES DON'T MISS OUR FIRST MADE-TO-MEASURE SUIT SALE your selection now from individual s brought in for ihis sale so you can se new suit will look like (not jusl Regular Values to 160.00. MADE-TO-MEASURE SALE, ONE PRICE ONLY EXTRA SLACKS SPECIALS FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK! especially hot your ,50 MEN'S SUITS Reg. lo 125.00 NOW 64.00 74.00 SPORT COATS Reg. to 79.00 NOW 44.00 to 54.00 321-7th ST. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 37.7-2O73 he'll be ready TORONTO (CP) Mike Eben. Toronto Argonaut flanker, said Wednesday he has recovered from a bruised lung, survived a case of food poison- ing and will be ready for the Eastern Football Conference final. WELDWOOD6 FrL, Nov. 5 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat., Nov.. 6 8 a.m. to 12 noon SAVINGS OF UP TO OF 4x8 5 32 TOPAZ PECAN. Random grooved. "1x8 5 32 SUMMER PINE. Random grooved. 5 32 SUMMER CEDAR. 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