Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
__ Monday, November 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD 9 Advance against Stampeders Roughriders spank Blue Bombers HiEGINA H'l'i _ Saskatche- wan Houghridcrs "heat the pants off" Winnipeg Blue Bomb- ers Saturday to grab a berth in the Western Football Confer- ence final with a victory. "We have a good ball team j over us." and everyone played well but the 'Riders just physically beat the pants off said Winnipeg coach Jim Spavilal in a subdued dressing room. "Thev hil harder and ran Saskatchewan now prepares for the best-of-three final against Calgary Stampedcrs which opens Saturday in Cal- gary. Spavilal wasn't depressed after the loss and he shouldn't come up strong to sideline Rongliies By IAN llacLAI.VK HAMILTON (CP) _ Injuries aren't a pleasant topic for foot- ball coaches, but Ai Dorow talked about, them with a smile Sunday. His Hamilton Tiger- Cats had just crushed Ottawa Overtime wins for three teams passes refugee quarter- Rough Riders 23-4 to win tire i chanan to Porter's spot. Result: Eastern Football Conference JBuchanan scored twice on semi-final in sudden-death play. A pulled hamstring suffered by flanker Lewis Porter in a workout Friday forced Dorow to convert running back Dave Bu- back Wally Gablcr. And Gablcr wore a Ticat uni- form only because Hamilton's No. 1 signal caller, .Joe Zuger, had been sidelined for the sea- son the previous Sunday in To- with a shoulder separation on his throwing arm. The former University of By THE CANADIAN I'KESS Three Western Canada Hock- ey League panics went into at the weekend. They pasted the Cougars 4-1) Saturday. Fred Williams, a 15-year-old overtime Sunday, while the out- rookie, scored with 65 seconds Michigan star, who had been in the Hamilton camp only since last Monday, exploited the Ot- tawa secondary just as his coach had predicted. It was the finest offensive per- formance of a dismal season for the Ticats. Gabler's job was made easier by the crisp block- ing of their much-ridiculed front five _ centre Doug Mitchell, come of a fovuili was decided; ]eft jn the game lo give Saska in the last seconds of rcgu- j toon Blades a 6-5 win over Re- lar play. j gina Pats. Blades had trailed Ueniic Lukov.ich scored his 4.0 at one point in the second and I3 second goal ui Iho evening on a period. He'll get another chance lo penally s-'hoi ;it of over-; ,n yvcHL ovcr justify his return to pro football lime to give New Westminster i Edmonton Oil Bruins a victory over Killgs> by three goals gary Centennials, league lead-; froln Darcy Rota, took an 8-0 ers in the western division. Vjct01.y Swift CuiTenl Calgary held period leads of Bronc'os Sunday. ,-M and -1-3 until Brums tied it e up in the period. oi Dan Wier gave Medicine Hat Tigers a 5-4 win ovcr Winnipeg Jets with a goal at in over- time after the Tigers were out- shot and outplayed for most of the regular play. 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Price T------- Speciol S2395 FORD SALES LTD. MAYOR MAGRATH AT 16th AVE. S. PHONE .12.1-8851 OPEN UNTIt 9 P.M. WEEKDAYS guards Bill Danychuk and John Hohman and tackles Max Huber 1 Bob Hudspcth. sl. Sunday when the Ticats open the two-game total point EFC final here against Toronto Argonauts. NOT QUITE READY Dorow said that with the change of flankers, the offence wasn't fully prepared for the game and the plays used most effectively were into Ottawa's strong right side. "We had to do away with two or three sets because we never had time to practice them. We were going lo Ottawa's strong side on a lot of that stuff and never did get to exploit their weak side.'' Another injury Dorow didn't publicize prior to the game was lo eornerback Paul McKay, back-up punter lo Zuger. He was replaced in the defen- sive backfield by Dave Fleming. But whenever Ottawa quarter- back Rick Cassata deployed his troops to Fleming's area, vet- eran Carney Henley or Al Bren- ner were usually there to give support to the defensive neo- phyte. McKay had sprained his ankle Friday. Used Sunday only as a punier, he booted two singles- one 40 yards into the wind and the other a wind-assisted 60-yar- der. Tommy Joe Coffey completed thc Ticat scoring with two field goals, two converts and a sin- gle. Marcel Deleeuw's punt single and a 14-yard field goal by Kochaii wins WCIAA cross country race Bob Kochaii of the University of Saskatchewan won the race but University of British Colum- bia made off with the men's team title in the Western Inter- collegiate Athletic Association cross country championships Saturday. Kochan covered the 10.000 metres in 36 minutes, 12.6 sec- onds. Bill Smart of UBC was second O seconds behind and accoimted thc Charlie Thorne of the Umver- sity of Victoria, who won the j lho Tf have been. The liombers played good football and but for a de- fleeted pass in the fourth quarter Ihe outcome could have been different. Trailing 27-23. quarterback Don Jonas had moved his charges lo thc Saskatchewan 15-yard line. On third down with about six yards to go the Bomb- ers decided to gamble. Jonas fired a pass in the direction of his favorite receiver, elusive Jim Thorpe, but 'Rider line- backer Wally Dempsey reached out and got enough of the ball to it off course. The 'Riders took charge from there and added another touch- down to clinch the sudden-death encounter. Saskatchewan performed al- most flawlessly before a crowd of controlling the game with the power running of full- back George Reed who carried 31 times for 124 yards. Comple- menting his effort were passing plays to Allan Ford, Nolan Bai- iey, Silas McKinnie, Bobby Thompson and Gord Harwell. Reed, behind excellent block- ing, got two touchdowns and was instrumental in the others the 'Riders moved almost at will along the ground. Quarterback Ron Lancaster, another standout, threw touch- down passes to Bailey, Ford and McKinnie. His passing record was 15 of 19 in rolling up 208 yards through the air, and he propelled his team to another 203 yards along the ground. Guard Jack Abendschan rounded out the 'Rider scoring with four converts. WIND CAVE POINTS Jonas completed 15 of 30 pass attempts, including two touch- down strikes to Bob Larose and a third to Pete Ribbins. Jim Heighten got tw-o singles on long kickoffs aided by a 20-miie-an- hour wind and Jonas added three converts. 'Riders held period leads of 14-0, 21-15 and 27-23. "I was confident after our first touchdown that we would said 'Rider coach Dave Skrien. Saskatchewan dominated the play statistically, rolling up 27 first downs to Bombers' 17 and collecting 416 yards net offence to Winnipeg's 313. The Bombers had little luck running against Saskatchewan, managing just 76 yards, but chalked up 206 yards through the air. A temperature of five didn't bother thc 'Riders. CLARKE SCORES WINNER FOR KINGS Mike Clarke, out of 1he picture, fires a blueline shot past Edmonton Maple Leafs' Bill Oleschuk with Sugar Kings, Chris Mc- Masters right on the doorstep for a rebound. In the left Crawford sharp in Sunday encounter corner is Ken Dodd of the Kings. Kings downed the Leafl 3-1 for a split of games in the Alberta Junior Hockey League weekend action. Sugar Kings split two games SASKATCHEWAN M interceptions-Yards Punts-avcjs Fumbles-Lost WINNIPEG 23 WPG SASK 15.30 1-1? 7-25 20B -06 15-19 0 5-35 0 .J.33 lly I'AT SULLIVAN lirrald Sporls Writer Lcthbridgc Sugar Kings should have won a pair of week- end games in the Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League but as it turned out they emerged with a split. Kings, struggling early in the get, from the blueline and he King home game. Vdmontoii scored what proved lo be Hie! Kings next sec action on victory winner on a power play effort. weekend as they travel McCrea put the icing on the Calgarv to meet Mount Royal: Dale L'loschuk and Warier, cake for the Kings vrith a goal Cougars Saturday and Drum-1 Cook scored two goals each and midway through the third per-j heller Falcons Sunday, after taking a perfect setup season with 3-8 record dropped 5-3 encounter to Edmonton It was perhaps the test week- Movers Saturday but came back with a spirited effort. Sun- day to upend Edmonton Maple Leafs 3-1. A combined weekend gather- ing of GOO watched the Kings outshoot and most times out hustle the Hovers Saturday eve- ing only to give up an un- answered goal late in the sec- ond period and again third. end in a Sugar King uniform for young McMasters. Sunday he was a thorn in the side of the Leafs continually an j effort that earned him second First star went to Crawford as he blocked 36 shots in a sterl- ing effort. Third .star went to; Stiles. Summaries SUGAR KINGS 3 MAPLE LEAFS 1 First Period 1. Edmonton, Style: Irate. Second V.'ilson, Rota, 1 Lethbridge, Dcdd) Penal Sevcryn the other Canucks' goals were by John Snodgrass and Mark I Lomenda. Rob Sidney, Dave Bell and Jim Miller scored for j Edmonton. The Canucks held period [leads of 3-0 and 8-2, and were eluding four of five majors. Jim Sawatske of Calgary re- ceived a double minor, two 10- niiscouducts and a (McMa: in the Saturday night lIcMsstcrs notched t'wo goals on power j Sunday however, it was a plays but they were not enough, i Ly'seng. different storv as Werner Craw-, Jim Millar led the Movers i ford turned in an outstanding: with two goals while singletons MOVERS 5, SUGAR KINGS i performance in the Sugar King j went to Brian Clouston, Bob i First Period i. Edm. M.nar i net allowing the Leafs a single Bidncy and Terry Ewasmk. j s-Kidd Sevcryn minute ningham, McCrea, Austin, Kokol- game misconduct. Chalmers, Kidd. Perilxl I Rustlers overcame a M deficit i, Rota imaijri.. fatcal Drumheiler Falcons ,am, MrCrea, (ffi Meanwhile in Red Deer the ros) 2. Edm. Ewa5iuk, McCrea Gary Bembridge scored two goals 'for Drumheiler and Fred Ilucul. Bruce Grcig and Harold Graham got singles to give tho half, as the Ticats broke away from a 1-1 first-quarter dead- lock to take an 8-4 lead at the positions in the race. nalf. They increased the score UBC also won the women's i to 20-4 going into the final 15 team title when Thelma Synn j minutes. Gabler came into the game from a long layoff. He was race last year, was third. UBC took six of the top 12 covered metres in 13 min- utes. 40.8 seconds. Janice Papp of the University of Calgary was second in 13 minutes, 59. G seconds. University of Alberta was second in the women's team standings. In the men's team standings, the defending champion Saskat- chewan was second, Victoria third. Alberta fourth and Cal- gary fifth. dropped by Hamilton in mid- September in favor of and hadn't played since. HAMILTON 53 OTTAWA OTT. HAM. Ppsses Punls-avq. Fans upset with Ali BUENOS' AIRES (AP) Some fight fans booed and hooted after former world heavyweight champion Mu- hammad Ali sparred for 10 rounds Friday night. Some of the spectators, dis- satisfied with All's perform- ance, smashed seats and tried to invade the ring and were arrested. More than a dozen persons were injured in the scuffling. Ali and the other boxers were given police escorts lo their dressing rooms and were not harmed. Ali sparred for five rounds with his partner, James Sum- mcrvillc. and another five rounds with Argentine heavy- weight Miguel Angel Paez. The two clubs were dead- locked 1-1 after 20 minutes of play and the Kings took thc lead 2-1 after 40 minutes. Tarnow opened the scoring for the Kings after Stiles beat Crawford for the Leafs. the Kings. Saturday's three stars were 6-30, ciouston, snmske minors, selected 'by Toronto Maple Leafs' scout Frank Currie as he severyn named Millar and Barros of the j Movers and Clark of the Kings. The El Rancho Motor Hotel' McFaui, ciooston WAYNE BAKER SUGGESTS FOR EASY WINTER CLOTHES CARE SEE THIS GENERAL ELECTRIC GAS DRYER Aided by Mcllroy Manchester stays on top LONDON (CP) Sammy Mcllroy. a 17-year-old Northern Ireland junior international, cel- ebrated his league debul with a as Main'iirsler tl n i I r d ..tyed alnp the English league i j Firsl Division soccer slandingsj with a 3-.1 draw against third-j placed Manchester City Satur- day. JI c 11 r o y, replacing injured Scottish ace Denis Law, put j United ahead five minutes be- fore half-time. Brian Kidd made it 2-0 two minutes after the in- terval before Francis Lee, from a penalty, and Colin Bell, scored to tic thc score. John Aston, a second-half slitute for injured fullback Tony Dunne, gave Uniled the load .-igaiii but '.Mike .Siimmerbee got the S7th-miiiule equalizer. Derby County cut Unitcd's lead to one point with n 3-0 vic- tory over Crystal Palace. Derby went in front in Ihe firsl-half through mi "own goal" and Ihen I'Yanl; Wignall and Kevin Ilec- tor added two more goals. Leeds Uniled moved into third place two points behind Derby following a 2-1 win against Leicester City. Leeds was trail- ing from a goal by Alistair llrnwii before Hilly Pramm- i and f'rlrr Lorimcr got eccoml- half goals. Sheffield Tnited slso climbed i above Manchester City to join I Leeds in a lie for third place on I 21 points from lf> games. United j ended a run of 10 undefeated matches by West Ham United, beating the Londoners 2-1, with the two goals from Gil Recce, j Reigning champion Arsenal was hailed in its climb lo a challenging position, losing 32 away lo Liverpool. Tottenham Hotspur hl.inkrrl Evprlnn .10 while C'.hHwa heat. Nottingham Forest 2-0. Rod Bclfilt marked his debut for Ipswich Town with thc win- ning goal in tile club's 2-1 win ovcr Wander- ers. In Second Division, leiiguc leader Norwich City beat Hull Cily 2-1. Bournemouth maintained its one-point advantage over Notts County in the Third Division wilh a 1-0 win against Torquay, while Nolls County Mans- field Inwil '.'-0. About fiUHXt fans saw mgnuij champion Glasgow Celtic batt.le to t-1 draw with leader Aljer- deen in thc feature match of thc Scottish League program. Celtic trails Aberdeen by one point in the standings. Harry Hood scored for Celtic afier an hour of play but Aber- deen managed a freak in the minule when Celtic's Billy McNeil headed the ball into his own net. 'ilai.gow H.angcif, put up a gronl display lo score a .1-1 win over SI. Johnstonc behind sec; ond-half subslitutc Willie John- slone, who scored tliree goals, all from the penalty spot. 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