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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Sulurday, November 7, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Meet Golden Bears In Final Tonight Chinooks Open With Victory Before the University of Leihbridge Cliinooks left for Calgary Friday coach Logan Tait said of his club "We're coming on." Well, it seems that Tait, fa his own way, is somewhat of a philosopher, the Cliinoohs in- deed, did come on. Friday evening in Calgary the Chinooks met the Univer- sity of Calgary Dinosaurs Ui the second game of UK Tri- University Basketball Classic and finished strong for a 75-64 triumph. In the first game (he power- ful University of Alberta Gold- en Bears downed University of Saskatchewan Huskies 77-54. Cliinooks are the defending champions of the four team event having won it in their ini- lial season last year and hove n chance to win it all again. The locals meet the Golden Bears in the final of the two- day competition tonight at nine. The host Dinosaurs and Huskies battle for consolation honors at seven. Tait had said (he Chinooks had received the luck of the Seals Thrash Leafs In Coast Encounter INSARFIELD COMES CLOSE Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Bruce Gamble gets his foot on a shot by Earl Ingai- field of the California Seals Friday night in Oakland. Inqarfield makes his off-season home in Lethbridge Also in on the action are Seals Joe Hardy (14) and Leafs Jim Dorey The Seals belted the Leafs 3-4. Kapp Having Problems Vikings Start Second Half By THE PRES Minnesota Vikings begin th second half of their schedul against Washington Redskin Sunday in one of the features o a 12-game National Football League program. While quarterback Gary Cuo2 has led the Vikings to si victories, he has not challenge! the passing leaders in the Na tional Conference. He currentl_ ranks 10th with a 52.7 comple tion percentage, yards anc just six touchdowns. vision at New Orleans Saints, Dallas at New York Giants, Cleveland Browns at Oakland Haiders, San Fran- cisco '49ers at Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons at Los Angeles Rams, Denver Broncos at S'an Diego Chargers, Houston Oilers Overtime Win To Dynamiters at Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets at Pittsburgh Steelers. Also, Miami Dolphins are at Philadelphia Eagles and Cincin- nati Bengals at Buffalo Bills. Baltimore Colts and Green Bay Packers meet at Milwau- kee Monday night. The success of the Vikings and Cuozzo has at its base the defensive unit, No. 1 in the NFL in total yards allowed, yielding only 185.6 a game, and the allowed just 56 Joe Kapp, last year's TIIE CANADIAN goal m the third Washington, one gan has had even less success with Boston Patriots. He ranks teams that stayed Venerus added a singli and Billy Martin closed out of the Eastern lead, has n permitted a touchdown in tl in the American were the winners in for nine quarters. with a 43.2 completion International scorers, both in Patriots, meanwhile, a tage, 357 yards and just and interlocking period, were Jim in the cellar of AFC Ea touchdown. Under his and Ken a 1-6 record. ship the Patriots are CM and John Mazur- has replaced Clive Rush as coach. The two quarterbacks will be local points on the weekend interlocking game wa at Kimberley, where Bill M Lelland's goal at sudden death overtime gram, Cuozzo as he leads Dynamiters a NFC Central leaders into Washington and Kapp, former British Columbia Lions over Edmonton Mot archs of the Alberta MODE HOMES Phyllis Lynch 245; Dianne Paraseak 245; Dorolhy Olshaski 246; Myrna Olshaski 259; Isabella Bergman Shlgehiro 309 Bill Tort yama 2BI; Carol Fujita 254; To Medoruma 275 Tak Kalaka 281 Bob Senda 268; Amy Nak the Patriots tangle with St. Louis Cardinals, tied with Moores put Edmonto on the Scoreboard first at Hlebert 554' Luella Lea 237 Shirley Petrak 234; Elaine Kristianson 235; Bernice Stewart 330; Dot Miyashlro 272 (67' Ryo Nagata 312; Bob Sameshima 2 (755) Betty Tomiyama 268; Fa las Cowboys for first place the first period. The 226. NFC into overtime after Taylor 591 Linda Eight other games have a bearing on first place in the made it 1-1 at o the Shirley McLellan 2fiO; Sharon Bobinlc 241 Pal Plomp 240; Pat Tunslall 240; Frances Harris 236; May Mahe 525; Doreen SoderquisI Nesting 296; Ken Makoms 277; Doug Aspeslet 252; Mike Steve 275; Del Homulos 233; Carole Homul 1U; Eleanor Dorigalli 253 Ma Your Cianbrook, the hometow Royals opened up with Smith 226; Marian Tolley 264; Joa Sinclair .210. Authorized in the final period CITIZENS Bill Jensen Frank Richards FRIDAY SCHOOLS win over Trail Smoke Bechihold 245; Frank Sanders 187; Bey Passe JEEP a win that moved th loyals from a Lew Metrger 223; Evan Evans 303; Jack Nunweiler 260; Velma Miller 252; Ben Evenson Ron Gretzinger 30S (5361; P Hamilton 159; Rick Maclean 19 Bruce Wllklns 762; Tom Passey 16 AND STATION with Trail to sole possessior if fourth place. In the process lie Smokies were dropped HOMES Bruce Canfield 258; Frank Tuttle 30; Verna Volden 243; Maude Orcutt 247; Betty Paterson 235; Lydla Tolh 157; Rtck 230 (450 Mlchelp Maclean 171; Lynn Pearso 144; Sandra Hamilton 146; Jim Woo 158; Judy Maclean 155. cellar. The Royals opened the 520; Ray Decaira 276; Fran A, Beresnak 239; Joe Beresnak 241; Ber-nle Carrier 261; Mary Morcom BOWL at 29 seconds of the Gretzlnger AGENCIES MOTORS CO. a goal by Felix Passey 385 Ruby Osee 311 Eleanor Fenton 291; Eile Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone Scott also scored for Cran j'rook in the Rose Cropley 237; Vera Nicholls 346; Krauss 266; Shirley Turner 257; Mary Ward 226; Doris John son 224; Kay Davidson 235; Chr Maloney 266; Marg Hembroff 236; F picked up his Isabel Orst'en 236; Linda 236; Isabella Bergman 753; 221. Mikula Mary Wishnevski 273; Elolss Ives 273 WORLD Sandy Scallergood 32J Den mith 275 Jesn Passey 39 IS MY Sam Glrardl 265; Bob Barvs 531; Ivan Wills 233; Ted Teller 269; Conrad Arnold 261; Geo. Furo 235; Lelth Dot Sorenson 261 Pa Le lalre 256; Mel Fir.nerfy 2G2; Rut Cunningham 237; Belty Paterson 239 terg Reid 226; Jessie MacDonal 225; Sharon Toth 229; Cheryl READY FOR 213; Dave Crefghton CASCADE Galen Harris 240; George Brunea 40; Rick Caldwell 215; Anne Gillesp 220; Judy Harnack 203; Lois Cald well 183. MIXED How Is My NEW YORK (Reutcr) Johnson 300 Lcrl Rook 210; Cara Wyroslek 230; Gra Snider 217; Dianne MIchalis 212; Georgia Westergreen 230; Jim Roth 245j Marv Copland 212; Dennis Dick 310. t ANTI-FREEZE Bonavena, Argentine icavyweight champion, p r STATIONERS Joan Milton 314 Cynthia Mil- BATTERY Friday that he will knock out Muhammad Ali in the 253; Flo Bales 783; MHz Woold-ridga 240; Jean House 235; Diane De-CB re 3-12? Bernice Hay 229; Sharon BLOCK and HEATER of their 15-round fight Dec. 216; Mert Qually 2Ifi. VASA LODGE A FALL TUNE-UP IS A kill him, and it'll be Bonavena said after Hanson 315; Jim Berry 202? Lll 215; Joyct Berry 218; 'Arvid 3seen 229; Hilda BianchI 191; Bea here to renew his 168. Better I Should Go state boxing licence. Bonavena has won five of JR. HIGH Selma Nfshimura 247; Adella Bes-e ing 2J5; Greg Chumik 240 this year and has Chymboryk 221 Deb Ander- 172; Wendy Sera 156; Dale George EL RANCHO record of Murray Kobe 152. V M Fl Rancho Ernie Says DON7 SUFFER ALONG WITH jjm POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE M US NOV. 9-8.30 jOyS THE BUTCHER vs MIGHTY J BROS, vs PELLER and El Rancho (TEXACO] and PIRIE vs CANNON and HAYES BAB1C vs PACCHIANO ATCHESON vi Box Office opens 7 6th AVE., M.M. DRIVfc PHONi STAMPEDE WRESTLING on By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ten days ago, California Golden Seals looked as if thev were taking up permanent resi- dence in Ihe West Division cel- lar of the National Hockey League. They were still there Friday night after crushing Toronto Maple Leafs 84 in the only scheduled game, but they gave the impression they have their eye on the division or at least a walkup flat. In their first nine games of the season, the Seals registered only two points, both coming on ties, while losing the rest. Then the Seals knocked off Buf.falo Sabres, New York Rangers and now Toronto in their last three starts. The latest win gave California eight points, one less than Pitts- burgh Penguins, two back of Minnesota North Stars and four beliind fourth-place Los Angeles Kings LEAFS LEAD BUFFALO Toronto's loss leaves the team with six points in the East Divi- sion, one ahead of last-place Buffalo. The Leafs have three wins and eight defeats in 11 games. At Oakland, both teams scored twice in the first period, Garry Monahan and Guy Trot- tier for the Leafs, Carol Vad- nais and Billy Hicke. for the Seals. Seals soared to a 5-2 lead in the second period on goals by Gary Jarrett, Tony Feather- stone and Dick Mattiussi. Featherstone registered his second goal of the night early in the third period before Toronto attempted a rally on goals by Trottier, his second of the game ,and Ron Ellis. But Gerry Ehman and Gary Croteau each scored in the final three minutes of the game, ex- tinguishing Toronto's fire. LEAFS IN VANCOUVER In tonight's action, Toronto travels to Vancouver to meet the Canucks, Montreal Cana- diens play host to the Sabres, New York is at Los Angeles, Boston Bruins visit Pittsburgh, Chicago Black Hawks are at Philadelphia against the Flyers and St. Louis Blues encounter the North Stars at Minnesota. Montreal travels to Boston Sunday, Pittsburgh plays riie Red Wings at Detroit, Philadel- phia visits Buffalo and the North Stars play at Chicago. Punch Imlacli, manager- eoacli of the Sabres, says he is counting on Larry Keenan and Jean-Guy Talbot, whom he ob- tained in a trade with St. Louis Blues, to play tonight in Mont- real. "I hope the two new guys are ready to Imlach said. "We need them." The expansionist Sabres have lost their last six games and have won only two in 12 starts. CALIFORNIA 8, TORONTO I First period 1. Toronto Monflhan 3 (Keon, 2 California, Vadnals 4 (Hextall, Fealherstone) 3. Calilornls, W. Hicke 3, 4 Toronto, Trottier 3, (Walton) Penalty bench Cal Second Period 5. California, Jar- rett 2 (Howell, W. Hicke) 6. California, Fealherstone 2 ID. Hextall) 7. California, Mattiussi 2, Penalty Hextai] Third Period a. California, Feath- ,'rstone 3 (Howell, Hextall) 9. Toronto, Trottier 5, 10 Toronto, Ellis 2 Dorey II. California, Eh- man 1 (Hardy, E. Hicke) 12. California Croteau 4, Penalty Monahan Shots on goal by Tortonto.......... 7 II California 10 Attendance The Rich Got Richer By THE CANADIAN PRESS The rich clubs got richer at the expense of the poor teams in the Western Canada Hockey League Friday night. Eslevan Bruins made fans happy with a 5-1 victory over Regina Pats. II was the Bruins' 10th win in 11 starts and left them in first place in the eastern division, seven points ahead of Winnipeg Jets. Tlie Jets scored six un- answered goals in the second period and teat Medicine Hat 0-5 in Winnipeg. In Edmonton, the Oil Kings coasted past Saskatoon Quak- ers 8-4 with Dave Kryskow scoring three goals before iaus. 54-YEAR-OLD WORLD'S RECORD for brook trout, and the world's record for Arctic char, were both toppled recently by two American anglers fishing in Canada. A 15-pound, two-ounce brook trout was landed Aug. 24 by Fred Shaw of Boston, on a red and white Dardevle. Shaw caught the brookie in Labra- dor's Tusiak River and battled it 400 yards down stream. He has no idea how long it took him to land the fish. "I didn't have the time or the inclination to look at my watch while the fight was he said. The trout measured inches long with an 18-inch girth. The'trout was actually heavier than the official recorded weight. Because of severe weather, Shaw was forced to stay at the outpost camp for 10 days after it was caught. The fish was kept alive until a flight was available. During the delay, the big brookie undoubtedly lost weight. This fish upset the former world's record by 10 ounces. The old record dated back to 1916. It's long been assumed that the chances of ever catching a larger brookie were remote. 'The record breaking 28-pound, two-ounce Arctic char was taken four days earlier on a red and white Rok't Devle model Dardevle by John W. Staal of Detroit, while fishing the Tree River in the North- west Territory. The char measured inches around the girth and 40 inches long. Staal fought the fish for 40 minutes on a light, spincast outfit rigged with 12-pound line. Staal's char topped the previous record by 12 ounces, set on the same river in 1963. The brook trout has been accepted as a new world's record. The Arctic char has been submitted for record certification. THE LETHBRIDGE TRAP CLUB will hold its annual turkey shoot this Sunday starting at 1 p.m. You don't have to be a member to participate. Spectators are welcome too. Entry fee Is If after five times around and you still haven't won a turkey, you will receive one free. Don't forget, the Southern Alberta Fish and Game Coun- cil will hold its annual resolutions zone meeting at the Leth- bridge Fish and Game clubrooms Sunday starting at p.m. Next meeting of the Coleman Fish and Game Association will be held in the Lion's Scout Hall Monday at 7 p.m. The Coleman club has Saturday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. as the date for its turkey supper and dance in the Elks Hall. This supper is for members and their partners. Cost is only Tfoen, on Sunday, Dec. 13, the Coleman club will hold a Christmas Tree in the Lions Scout Hall starting at 2 p.m. Members with children under 12 years of age are asked to contact the secretary before Nov. 30, A fellow scribe from Red Deer writes that a female Edmonton taxi driver reports that she recently carried her most unusual fare the Alberta picnic table and outhouse censor. The man claimed that it was his job to go from camp- ground to campground expunging from picnic tables, shel- ters and biffy walls, the more offensive carvings, inscrip- tions and writings. We always thought it was the 'Nogood- niks' that did the writing and the Goodniks1 who did the. erasing. HEARD A VICIOUS rumor that several anglers took their limits at Tyrrell's Lake during the past week. Must be that time of the year when the lake turns over. The warmer water from the bottom of the lake rises to the top and the cold top water sinks to the bottom. Happens every spring and fall. THE ALBERTA DEPARTMENT of lands and forests is awarding crests again this fall to successful mule deer hunters. The crest, a colorful sewn jacket patch, proclaims its wearer to be a "Successful Mule Deer Hunter The qualification is that the hunter presents the cleaned lower jaw bone of his muiey at a district or regional fish and wildlife office. Reason for the crest awards is to collect information on sex and age of deer harvested. The season on trophy mule bucks in certain game management units in big game Zone 14, (the flatlands) opens Monday. Check your regulations pamphlet. THERE MAY BE SOME who dislike fish and wildlife of- ficers, but Bob Vair of the city is ono person who is thankful that Lcthbridge Fish and Wildlife Officer Charlie Dougterty was on patrol during the antelope season. Bob was out with Larry and Susie Holland in Larry's four-wheel drive vehicle. Bob stepped out of the vehicle, twisted his ankle and in the process also cracked a vertebra in his back. To add to the problem Larry's velu'cle had a burnt out bearing. It would have meant walking miles to get help. But, Charlie Dougherty was on nir patrol of the aren with pilot Jack Kinnihwgh. Frantic waving drew the attention of Charlie and Jack landed the plane nearby. Bob was flown to the Milk River hospital, and Inlcr transferred to a hospital. draw in the Dinosaurs. He felt they could upend the Dinntes and he was right. Coach Skip Morgan of the Dinosaurs was worried about Tim Tolleslrup of the Chinooks and rightly so. Chinook's c'li" centre led the club with 25 ixrints and 13 re- bounds. Daiuiy Quance, another B'8" centre, had held Tollestrup in check through most of tile game but was lost to the Din- nies on fouls and ToUestrup paced the locals to their come- back win. With 10 minutes left in Uw game Chinooks trailed 51-46. They trailed the entire game, with the exception of the final three minutes when they hit their stride. Brian Sanders, a former Di- nosaur, followed Tollestrup in pacing the Cliinooks. Sanders, in his second season with the locals, hooped 24 points. Peter Koochin managed another 13. Koochin Chinooks' top scorer last year. Quance had picked up 18 points, before leaving, to spark Calgary. Chinooks will again take part in the Western Canada Inter- Collegiate Athletic Association Basketball League. They open the 1970-71 season at home Nov. 20 against the University of Winnipeg and three days later take on the University of Mani- toba Bisons. They don't play on the road until Dec. 4 and 5 when they travel to the west coast to meet the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds and University of Victoria Vik- ings. SPORTS FANS! BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SAIES LTD. Although the new Buffalo Sabres of the National Hock- ey League probably won't I set the NHL on fire on, they do have ono distinc- tion that no other team stinc- can I rld's top They have the worl largest 4-sided Scoreboard n the world now hanging in I their home arena The Buffalo Scoreboard weighs over 6-thousand pounds and I hai over 5-thousand llghlsl I Here's a sports quiz for you See if you can name the I countries where the following I sportt were Invented I Some may be g surprise I Ihe sports are soccer, bowling, I volleyball and auto racing Here are the answers The I game of soccer was Invented in England Bowling began I in Germany Aute racing was started in France And, volleyball, I are surprised to le vented in America. many people I learn, was in- I Oddly enough, thera ore pro football players in the I National Football League thli year named Money, Cash and I Banks! They are running- I back Bob Money, defensive end Rick Cash and center Tom Banks. I Kirk'l I of Snow Tires Is on I iHnues through la I bet you didn't know Kirl Greatest Ever Annual Car- load Sale i and contir November 16th! This is whale of a sale and wa defy I anyone to beat the Tire Buys J we're offering You've heard all kinds of pitches like I 2 for 1 etc., but believe us I folks the valuei we're offer- ing during this sale are poii- I lively Unbeatable Come I In and Seel See KIRK'S for The Beit Deal For Every Wheell KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Experts" Your UNIROYAl Dealer LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU m ROYAL] UNIROYAL 1621 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 327-5985 KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. Phone 423-7746 KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) LTD, 6201 SOIIi Phont 723-3441 L_ ;