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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE ICTH8KIDGE HERALD Friday, November 5, 1971 h Riders gel nod na holiest dub Late recoveries jobs for east coaches HAMILTON' 'CIM Coaches rf the two teams [hat mod here Smuiuv ui the Eastern Kootball Coaches Al Durmv of Hamil- ton Tiger-Cab -lack C of Ottawa Kiiugli Hidors li apparently last year's national champions. Bcih chilis had less than spee- liic'ii'ar seasons but showed sign? (if recovery late in the schedule. Ticals scored a 211-lTi victory Tnronto Argo- nauts Sunday to take second spot Hie Riders edged Mont-1 ronto hi Ihc two-game, total- eal 9-7 Saturday to squeeze into point EFC final starting Sun- third place. But both are experiencing lorg-tenn problems as they pre- pare for the game that will qualify Uie winner to meet To- day, Nov. 14. Dorow's biggest grief is gen- erating an offence that can keep pace with (he defence. Goila's problem has been acquiring Ca- ANDY CAIM' Slan REALLX LAV ION F1 MY BIRTHDAY, fNOTHIN1 IS SPARES Kodiaks see action tonight Head coach Tom Karren of the Lethbridge Community Col- lege Kodiaks will lead his star- studded basketball club into action tonight. The Kodiaks will not toil in a league this year, but will play what Kan-en describes, an in- dependent ball schedule. inor Barrel Laidlaw fired home a hat trick and guided the Ea- gles to a 4-2 victory over the Cougars in Bantam "B" action Thursday night. Don Higa scored the insur- ance marker for the Eagles in tire final period while Kevin Miller and Bob Schlegl man- aged a goal each in a losing cause. In Bantam "A" play, Duane I Lendrum blasted hi three goals lo pace the Bees to a 9-2 romp- ing over the Black Hawks. Keith Miyasliiro and Lome Osmond aided with two goals each while Leroy Pavan and Dennis Ludwig added sinfile- tons. Brian West tallied both the Hawks goals in the final period of play. Three first period goals were just enough as the Comets hung on to edge the Eskimos 3-2 in Midget action Thursday. Larry Peto, Bill Van Buskirk and Lawrence Gardiner tallied for the while Lou Lav- arato and Tom Kinsey replied for the Eskimos. The LCC conducted an exten- sive recruiting program and came up with some of the ton high school graduate players in Alberta Karren's starting line up for tonight's g a m e will include Ganr Williams who toiled with the Raymond Comets last year. Curt Wolsev an all star at the provincial tournament from Edmonton. Alex Dudas a grad- uate from Catholic Central. Ken- don Eakett from Cardston. and Bruce Millis tops in the Cal- gary High School league last year. Kan-en will also have a strong bench to go to when in trouble. Rounding out the remainder of the 1971-72 Kodiaks are Gil Wosnack from Edmonton, Har- ley Frank of Spring Coulee, Ro- bert Mossey who played with the LCI Rams last season, Dur- a-it James from Magrath. Paul Blogorodow of Taber and John Moiyneaux of Lethbridge. The Kodiaks will host the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology tonight at p.m. and again Saturday afternoon at The Kittens, Kodiaks female counterparts, will play Friday at seven and Saturday at one. Also on tap for the weekend games and all home games is a performance by the girls' marching troupe highlighting precision drills. BLUES RECALL PLACER ST. LOUIS (AP) Defence- man Billy Plager will join St. Louis Blues on emergency re- call from Denver Spurs of the Western Hotkey League, the National League club an- nounced Thursday. Plager was sent, to the Spurs last month. [nside Hockey IM days alter the Montreal Canadiens won The Stanley l. up tile Habitants' hero, Henri Richard, was strolling altr.g Ihe street in his neighborhood. As he reached the corner he noticed two kids standing there eyeing him. said one of the ten-year-olds, "there goes Maurice Richard's The episode proves that even though Henri, The Pocket Rocket, is 35 years old and the Canadiens' senior citizen he'll always skate in Maurice's shadow and be the "Rocket's kid said Henri, "my brother is retired over II years. There's no way that that ten-year-old kid could have seen Km play and yet the kid still thinks of me as The Racket's younger brother." Despite the heroics of Gordie Howe and Phil Esposito. K'icki't remains "The Babe Riuh of Hockey" and Henri realises he cuuld never match Maurice's achievements. "1 just smile when I r.-.'ar those thin.25." said Henri, "and laugh at them. Leaking back ovei the years, I can see that I've been knccked quite a few limes but it helped me. It would get me mad and I would play harder.'1 The Bruins made the mistake of getting Henri angry last Spring. Even when Boston led, 5-1 in the second playoff game after beating Montreal in the opener, Richard remained con- fident about his Canadiens. "1 knew we were going to he emphasized. "If we felt we were going to lose we might as well have quit the game. We wanted to win and we won because we singled out Bobby On- as their key man. We watched him and stuck with him'. If a team can do that there's no w.son why it can't beat Boston." With Scotty Bowman coaching instead of Al MacXeil and Beliveau and John Ferguson retired, the Canadiens pre- sent a new look in their defense of The Stanley Cup. "We're actually a better said Richard, "because our younger players have experience now. Don't forget, we had nire men on our team who had never been in the play- offs before last Spring. Xow they have experience: and with Guy Lafleur replacing Beliveau I think we'll be as good as any team in the league." Henri has contended all along that even though he called MacXeil "incompetent" the Canadiens front office was pre pared to replace him. "I must have had a pretty gocd assist on what said Henri. "But I talked for an hour with MacXeil later on and told him I thought he had had a very- bad game that night ar.d that he made some bad moves and he agreed with me. Of course, everybody makes mistakes and has a bad night. I've had quite a few but I'm not a coach. I don't think a coach can afford to make many mistakes." Would Henri want to be a coach? "Right he replied, "I haven't thought about it. We'll see when I'm through with UK game. I want to play many more years but right now I'm the only old man on the team." At S-fi. 160 pounds. Henri is lithe and strong. When Mau- rice was Henri's age he was putting on weight faster than he could skate it off; which explains The Rocket's retirement. Nowadays, Maurice rarely goes to see the Canadiens play at The Forum. He prefers TV. "I hardly see my said Henri, "except during the summer on the golf course. But I'll say this, there's no doubt that he should be closer to hockey: maybe coaching a team. But he runs his life and I run mine and that's the way it goes." Pin just driving slraig MEXICO CITY (API "I'm just driving it so straight I can't help but score good. I get on some of them narrow holes and nadian latent to replace those lost after Ottawa's 1969 Grey Cup victory. The Hamilton defence ha been nothing less than spectacu- lar in lucent games ami over the schedule turned the ball over lo the offence 65 times, in- cluding 34 fumble recoveries to set a Canadian Football League mark. The 1952 Winnipeg Blue Bombers set the previous stand- ard of 112. "Most o[ those fumbles were the result of aggressive hard- hitting football." said Dorow. The Ticat offence, however, was prone to giving the ball over to the opposition. Oppo- nents intercepted 25 Hamilton passes and recovered 14 fun- bles, giving (lie Ticats a plus 26 in th2 turnover department. Turnovers mean little, how ever, unless the offence can ome o em narrow oes an j as lh d ust automatically go to the old river and hit it right down UK d noddle. I to the Ticats 10 times in that Lee Trevino, admittedly 'a gamei seven little was holding forth an interception in the first after shooting a sevcn-umlcr-par j half, yet walked off 40-16 vie- 65 Thursday for a three-stroke j tors, lead in the first round of the Mexican National open golf tournament. CAUSE FOR WORHY And since the Hamilton de fenders accounted for nine Trevino, a heavy favorite to add I his national title to his collcclioii of British, American and Canadian Open crowns, didn'l miss a fairway and didn't miss a green in his stunning ei- fort over the Club de Golf course, called by many pros one of the world's best. The only amateur among the j any chance of making the play leaders was Gary Cowan of offs as they wallowed along in the CFL cellar at mid-season. But a sudden revival, sparkec by quarterback Rick Cassata and the arrival of fullback Bob touchdowns this season, six on fumble recoveries and three bv pass interceptions one-third Ihc 'Heats' total TD output Durow has reason to be going against Ottawa's rejuyen- ated Rough Riders. There were few, if any, who would have given the Rider Kitchener, Ont. The 33-year-old reigning United States amateur champion was six strokes off the pace at 71. Al Balding of Toronto was well down in the field at 81. Three strokes back of Trevino and tied for second in the event were Rocky Thompson and vet- j cran Billy Maxwell, along with Mexico's Juan Neri and Ernesto Perez Acosla and Angel Gal- lardo of Spain. R. H. Sikcs bad a with Bob Rosburgh and Larry Zic-gler End club pro Jim Barker of San An- tonio, Tex., at 70. Meanwhile ir Sydney. Austra- lia, Jack Xicklaus ripped apart the Manly course here today with a 10-under-par (i2 to take a seven-stroke lead after the sec REQUIRE: TRUCK TECHNICIAN For night shift, we need a licenced and experienced heavy duty truck technician. Usual company benefits and oood working conditions. Apply to: GUY PELOQUIN, Service Manager Cor. 6th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 327-5763 Cougars place most on team The 1971 Southern Alberta, championship team included High School Football League Randy Royer, Paul Zook, _Don (lioss) Houmard, moved the Ot- tawans into high gear and they put 94 points on the Scoreboard their last three games. But Gotta realizes the talen! he's working with, particularly the scant number of starting Canadians which leaves hi bench rather shallow. He knows championship club.s are built on Canadian talent as I well as outstanding imports. Ca- i nadians were a strong point of the Riders' championship clubs during the 1960s. "Take a look at the roster of our 1969 Grey Cup teanr." he re- called in an interview Thursdav. BAGS ARE PACKED It didn't lake Rogatien Vachon long to pack his bags after it was announced he had been traded to the tos Angeles Kings in a four-for-one National Hockey league trade. Vachon had earlier told the Montreal Canadiens to play him or trade him. Vachon was happy at the announcement of his being traded. ond dav of the Dunlop j n starting Canadi- international tournament. I alls tnat club- including Xickfaus. who swept through the first nine holes in eight-un- der-par 29. has a 13-under-par total of 131 for 36 holes. He has a seven-stroke 0' Russ .1 ning back Ron Stewart and flanker Whit Tucker, all retired. Nine in all have departed, ei- ther by trades or retirement, and the only two left are offen- nd over Bruce Crampton, who is j the Mt olten leading the Australian plaver at tackle Moe Racine anr b linebacker Wayne G i a r d i n o. slcklaus said that the 62 Tm> olhers' Defensive halfback nailed his persona! best for a and offensive end Nick equalled bis pe; major tournament. He shot 62s three times previously. The score equalled the lowest ever recorded at the par-72 fi.642-yard Manly course. The record was set by Jim Ferrier when he won the New South Wales close title in 1936. al- though the present course is about 350 yards lor-or. Nicklaus said his eight-under- par 29 was the most he has ever been under par for an opening nine. He had an eagle, six bird- ies and two pars and needed only 12 putts. On the homeward nine of two-under 33. he scored four birdies, two one-over-pars ELR1CH TIRE >0RT SCORE and three pars putts. and took 15 Tom Pullen are with Montreal. Artificial lurf may come sooner TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian National Exhibition Stad- ium, home of Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, may have artificial turf installed sooner than expected. Health Minister John Munro has advised CNE officials the federal government may con- tribute of the cost if the stadium is made available for amateur athletics. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE The Canadian National Exhi- bition Association's executive The 32-year-old Nicklaus took I committee was expected to rec- 27 putts for the round, one more ommend today that Metropoli- j lhan Thursday and Ihe riis- j tances ranged up to 25 feet. tian Toronlo Council install the turf at a cost of S350.000. champion Catholic Central Cou- gars placed 14 players on the western division all star team that will tangle with the east- em division all-slars tonight. i The LCI Rams and the Win- ston Churchill Bulldogs, who i complete the western division, i placed seven men apiece. Tire all star team will leave Lclhbridge today via Northern Bus Lines for the first annual all star "nine which will he Malesza, Calvin Polrier, Frcrl Hoffarth. John Kostiuk, Ed Kra- jevreki. Peter Sikora, Jim Wil- son, Clair Forestell, Rolwrt Taylor, Nelson Small Legs, Lyie Gallant and Mike Maura. LCI players chosen were Kim Biirris, Corby Pankhurst, Tre- vor Cook, Dennis Halt, Robert Stubbs, Terry Korth and Larry Gibb while Bulldog players se- lected included Ken Nnkama, DOUR Nakama, Wally Zimmer, In Medicine Hat. Greg namilton Brent Hamil- (ijime Lime is set for fi p.m. ton- Gerry Gardeen and Cyril Plovers selected from the Monarch Life Assurance Company Takes Pleasure in Announcing That GEORGE YOSHINAKA Has Earned Trie NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD In 1971 for the 10th Time Tim nward is in recognition of Ihe highest quality of lifo insurance service to tnr. publir. The award is mode by the Life Underwriters Association of Canada, the Life Agency Officers section of the Canadian life Insurance Assrjr.iotinn and Ihe Ufa Insurance Agency Manogement Association. Patson. Dean Dahl, Peter Neufeld and Jim Whitelaw were named the coaches. I iNew (iiiines bid WINNIPEG (CP) Winni- peg entered its bid as a site for the 1974 Commonwealth Games. Tourism minister Peter Burt- niak said Thursday provincial recreation officials and nation- al health department represen- tatives discussed possible Ca- nadian sites at a meeting in Quebec City Wednesday and were asked at that time to con- sider Winnipeg. The minister said a decision on Canada's selection a.s a site may announced before the end of the week. s Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive [Esso OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Imperial Oil Products Ice Slcrco Tapes Ammunition Atlas Product! Bar-B-Q Supplies WE ARE NOW AGENTS FOR HERTZ RENT-A-CAR DON'T FORGET WE HAVE HUNTING LICENCE AMMUNITION PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. to S p.m. Licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. V.ount Royal Red Deer Csloary Edm. Leafs Edm. Movers Drumheller Lethbridge HOCKEY SCORE Nations! Boston 6 St. Louis l Buffalo J Detroit i American icinnafi -1 Nova SroMa 3 Western n 1 Quebec Junior Centr Ottawa 5 >iuil i Ontario Junior Chelrnsford 7 North Bay I Ontario Junior A Peterborough 6 Hamilton .1 Southern Ontario Junior Sarnia 1 St Thomas 1 Western Canada Junior Brandon 7 Victoria 1 Reqina 3 Flin Flon 7 SNOW CLEAT F78-14 Studded While G78-14 Studded White F78-15 Studded White 078-15 Studded White Each ELRICHT1RE Wl IM Avt. Soutn ;