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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 8, 1974 DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA Depart January 16, 1975 February 15, 1075 Priced at only per person double occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Stan Fischler Shero 's dream team 'Many hockey critics believe that the 1974 Philadelphia Flyers come as close to fulfilling the requirements of A Dream Team as possible under real-life conditions They finished first in the National Hockey League's west division They won The Stanley Cup They have a superstar in goal (Bernie Parent) and a superstar at center (Bobby Clarke) They neatly melt artistry with fistic fury and, perhaps most important, they have a splendid thinking coach in Fred Shero He s a displaced Wmmpegger who broke into pro hockey at age 16 and has since developed ice theories far beyond the limited scope of his mediocre coaching colleagues When most coaches talk, you're better off listening to Howdy Doody for all the knowledge you'll get out of them, hockey or otherwise But when Shero talks, it pays to listen and listen hard because he always makes sense and inevitably is instructive That's why it was fascinating to learn that Fred doesn't con- sider his 1974 world champions a "Dream Team Oh, sure, there are a couple of gems on the Flyers, like Parent, Clarke and Rick MacLeish but the Shero Dream Team is much more comprehensive One of Shero's defensive sets in front of Dream goalie Parent would comprise Babe Pratt who played for the Rangers and Maple Leafs and Doug Harvey, a former Canadiens and Rangers ace "When Babe checked an said Shero, "it was like man against boy No contest As for Harvey "Doug's way of handling the puck was un- believable, just perfect control He never lost his cool, no matter what the pressure Harvey did things at his own seemingly easy speed, yet few could touch him The other pair includes Bobby Orr does it all and Red Kelly The Kelly in question is the one who played defense so expertly for the Detroit Red Wings before Punch Imlach converted him to center as a Leaf in Red's latter NHL years Up front Shero recognized the too-often-overlooked Chicago Toronto Rangers center, Max Bentley, a wrist-shooting pivot who could do things with skate and puck that Phil Esposito couldn t execute in his wildest dreams said Shero, "was a wonderful, smooth skater For a contemporary center, Shero is undecided between Esoosito and his own Rick MacLeish, a youngster whom Fred described as having "enormous natural talent" combined with his bulldozer physique Shero asserted, "is faster than Esposito and just about as strong Right wing would be a draw between the greatest all-round modern Gordie Howe, and the most spectacular scorer, Maurice "Rocket" Richard That Richard was all but said Shero "And I speak from experience When I played defense he went around my side more than a few times Left wing belongs to Bobby Hull because as Shero put 'no team is complete without him One name was omitted for last, the player Shero would choose above all the competition, if he was limited to selecting just one No, it wasn't Jean Beliveau or Frank Mahovhch "My first choice above all Shero insisted, "is Bobby Clarke because he does more things in a game than anyone else He can do it all play defense, check, score although he doesn't have the most finesse Shero had one postscript Any Dream team needs a solid, anti-hero utility player The perfect hustler "My man for that would be Gary Shero concluded "Gary never stops trying He gives our club a lift when it needs it That guy was as much a factor in our cham- pionship drive as the superstars'" Minor Hockey Louis Larnane closed the door Thursday night on the Raiders as his Blades took a 5- 0 triumph in Bantam B minor hockev action NOW OPEN Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE Come Down and Swap Your Old Skates On Another Used Pair. APPROX. EXCHANGE WOMEN'S MISSES FIGURE SKATES 95 14 AND UP Dominion Daoust CCM Wi1a We tour frarfe ms Bert Mac's Cycle Ltd. 9133rdAve. S. Phone 327-3221 The Blades got goals from Clark Bosch. Mark Murakami, Larry Balazs. Randy Vanee and Jason Coma In Bantam A action, a pair of goals by Mike Coghlin sparked the Red Wings to a 5-2 triumph over the Islanders Mike Lenore. Gerry Setoguchi and Reid Enns scored the other Red Wing goals while Doug Hanna and Jeff Richards replied for the Islanders Keith Johnson and Bob Shade scored two goals each to lead the Eskimos to a 7-1 win over the Comets in Midget play Thursday Ken Serbu. Mike Craig and Tom De Jager had the other goals for the winners while Barry Charlesworth scored the lone Comet marker Basketball Charlie Weasel Head fired 31 points through the hoop to lead the Golden Eagles to a 73- 66 triumph over the host Magrath club at the Chinook League senior men's basket- ball tournament Thursday night Frank Kerr replied with 22 points for Magrath In other opening round contests. Duane Quinton scored 24 points to pace Cardston Kearl s to a 92-42 victory over the Blood s and Doug s edged Golden Bridge 78-76 Three more games are scheduled to go tonight, starting at six p m with the tournament concluding on Saturday Herald Sports Judokas visit Tadayuki Konya, centre, and Hido Nihei of Japan ed by the Youth and Recreation department. The two display their judo talents under the watchful eye of are in Canada on an exchange program that saw two Lethbndge Judo Club coach Yosh Senda at left. The Canadian hockey coaches go to Japan, two Japanese judoka are in Southern Alberta sponsor- Cardston cowboy shines in Finals Reeder takes calf roping lead By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer EDMONTON Cardston's Bill Reeder moved into the lead in the race for the Cana- dian calf roping championship Thursday night at the Cana- dian National Rodeo Finals here Reeder's 12 9-second clock- ing was only good for third spot in Thursday's go-round but the 20 points he garnered for finishing third gave him a total of 100 points after four days of rodeo action, 10 more than Lome Wells in second spot Bob Rusk of Burnaby, B C had the fastest time of the night in the roping, a 10 3 se- cond run Another Cardston roper. Jimmy Gladstone, was second in Thursday's go-round with a 12 3 run Gladstone is tied tor third in the over-all roping standings with 50 points Stavely bull dogger Clark Schlosser moved into second place over-all in the dogging when he dropped his steer Thursday in six seconds flat, the fastest time of the night The 40 points Schlosser earn- ed for the win gave him a total of 80. 20 less than leader Lee Phillips of Carseland Lloyd Fowhe was second in the go-round Thursday with a run of 8 3 seconds Bob Wilson University whips SAIT The University of Lethbndge Pronghorns prov- ed to be very poor hosts Thursday night, as both the varsity and junior varsity teams whipped SAIT three games straight in Alberta Ma- jor Men's Volleyball League action at the U of L gym- nasium Steady setting bv Eugene Yamada and Frank Merki's digging powered the varsity to 1V5 15-11 and 15-U wins, while coach Jim Day cited Dale Ham as the leader in the three junior varsity wins The JV s took a pair of 15-5 decisions before wrapping it up 16-14 AiNDYCAPP kept Cardston in the forefront as he placed third with a slow time of 11 4 The diggers had their troubles with the large steers and numerous broken barriers The all-around leader is Phil Doan of High Rrver with a total of 85 points Yet another Cardston cowboy, Lynn Jensen, is only five points back in second spot Jensen also slipped to se- cond spot in the bareback bronc riding, failing to place in the top four Thursday He is five points behind the over all leader Dale Trottier who has amassed 85 points Trottier, the five-time Canadian bareback king, mov- ed into the lead in the title race last night when he Short sport VIES FOR TITLE LONDON (Reuter) Tony Simmons. England's metre silver medallist at the European championships at Rome in September, is to represent his country at the Canadian cross country cham- pionships being held Nov 16 at St Catharines, Ont SET GAMES OPENING RAWALPINDI (AFP) The eighth Asian Games will open in the Pakistani capital of Islamada on Nov 15. 1978. it was decided Thursday at a top-level meeting of the Pakistan sports board During the meeting a committee was established to raise a preparatory fund of II million BOXER FINED SAN DIEGO (AP) Boxer Jack O'Halloran has been fin- ed and put on three years Probation nleading guil to assault The former New Jcrsev and California heavyweight champion also was ordered Wednesday to continue a psychotherapy program and pay to a waitress Jonnie Gail Tracy T2 injured in a bar fight last spurred out a 78-pomt ride astride a Reg Kesler bronc called Ox-Sandy Greg Butterfield of Ponoka and Jim Clifford of Ribstone split second and third with identical 74's Melvin Coleman of Pierceland, Sask lengthened his lead in the saddle bronc category when he won the go- round with a spectacular 86- point outing atop a bronc call- ed Quicksand Coleman has 110 points over-all, well ahead of John Gratton of Edmonton who has 70 Mel Hyland had the second best saddle bronc nde Thurs Lethbridge hoop teams on the road The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns con- tinue their exhibition basket- ball season this weekend while the LCC Kodiaks open theirs as the two clubs head for Regma and Red Deer respec- tively The Pronghorns will be looking for their second win of the exhibition season against four losses when they take the court against the U of Regma Cougars tonight while the Kodiaks see their first serious action of the year in the Alberta College Athletic Conference pre-season tour- nament Pronghorn coach Robin Fry is hoping his boys have fully recovered from a dose of food poisoning picked up in Trail. B C during an exhibition series with Simon Fraser University Clansmen The locals were solidly thumped in two games with SFU and took it on the chin again last weekend in the Tn- Universitv Classic in Edmon- ton Their only win so far was a 77-61 triumph over the U of L Alumni Meanwhile, the Kodiaks will get a preview of their ACAC season when they compete in the pre-season tournament at Red Deer College Their game so far this resulted in a 96-44 triumph over the Elders day with a 77 and veteran Kenny MacLean was next in line with a 76 Brian Claypool took over the lead in the bull riding after an 85-pomt outing on the back of a spinning bull called Patton Claypool has 100 points and Jim Freeman has 80 in second spot John Dodds of Morningside moved into the title picture after a 79 point ride, good for second spot Thursday Bob Robertson, a Saskatchewan bull-tamer, was third with 78 points Jerri Duce of Granum con- tinued to dominate the gal's barrel-racing, having a 30 point lead over Deana McMillan in second spot Jerri rounded the cloverleaf course in the winning time of 14 9 seconds in Thursday go- round Edmonton novice saddle bronc rider Don McMahon won the go-round with a 68 but Keith Gower leads in the race for the championship with 120 points over the four days Marty Lyle of Calgary leads the boys steer riding title race with 125 points and also won the go round with a score of 62 BEHIND THE CHUTES Timers for the six-day rodeo are Lethbridge's Pearl Mandeville. Taber's Dons Van Cleave and Iloe Elliott of Calgary Karl Doenng, a familiar face at Southern Alberta rodeos, is the clown and bull fighter The Cana- dian finals use the new four- judge system Two judges mark the animal and two mark the rider The judges are Rocky Rockabar. Gaarstad. Bart Brower and Brian Whitlow Ra> Jones on Rio Hank won the evening's cutting horse competition All the contestants are dress- ed in white shirts with their names on the back Dale Rose finally lost his cigar dur- ing a bull ride when Ivory Lightning jarred the cigar loose in bull laming event Bob Wilson got hung up in the bull riding but only receiv- ed a slight shaking up before being released by a bevy of cowbovs Canadian Finals action con tinues tonight and will wind- up Saturday afternoon 'E ALWAVS OESTLE95 WHEN UZfftnOR'5 IN CIRCULATION LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Greedy Foreman almost walked out KINSHASA, Zaire (AP) George Foreman almost walked out of his world heavyweight title fight with Muhammad Ah just 36 hours before the bell because of an abortive attempt to obtain an extra half-million dollars from the promoters of the bout The story of Foreman's bid for extra money has been con- firmed, in part, by the ex- champion himself and comes from several sources, including John Daly, London- based co-promoter of the bout Publication was withheld until all the principals left Zaire When Foreman, who lost the championship when Ah knocked him out in the eighth round, climbed into the ring here on Oct 30, he was, by his own admission, a confused, unhappy man According to the various sources, Leroy Jackson, a businessman who has dropped in and out of Foreman's favor as a financial manager, called on Derek Dawson, managing director of Equity Enterprises, the parent firm of Hemdale Leisure Corp one of the fight's three promoters, in London eight days before the bout Jackson told Dawson Fore- man was so unhappy and dis- satisfied with his financial ar- rangements that he could not guarantee the fight would take place Because of various financial entanglements, Foreman was described as be- ing unlikely to clear more than from the All bout Daly and Jackson then met with with Foreman in Zaire on the Thursday before the bout Foreman, the sources re- ported, said he would not ap- pear at the weigh-m Saturday night, set for live telecast to the United States, if a finan- cial arrangement was not reached When Daly said he would be prepared to talk to the Zaire government and Video Tech- niques, the other partners in the promotion, Jackson said he wanted no part of either Foreman would sign nothing, Jackson said, and the money was to be tax free and a gift for future co-operation Daly then decided to stall for time and make certain the weigh-in would get on tele- vision Jackson was sent to London, where he was told by Dawson that no money would be available until Mon- days before the fight By Monday evening, Jackson had called Foreman and 36 hours before the fight, Foreman told Daly he had been tricked into doing the weigh-in and that he didn't feel like fighting Finally, however, Foreman was persuaded to fight The details of just how this happened are not clear ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Divltlon WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern Division W L Brandon Saskatoon Lethbndge Regma Winnipeg Flin Flon T F A Pts 2 81 67 20 2 72 45 18 1 64 54 17 0 60 71 14 3 36 47 7 3 51 81 7 W L N England Cleveland Chicago Indianapolis re A 0 30 17 12 1 16 20 5 0 21 27 4 0 17 35 4 Western Divltlon Division Victoria Medicine Hat New West Kamloops Edmonton Calgary 12 9 6 6 5 1 ALBERTA JUNIOR W I 10 10 9 7 7 Calgary Red Deer Drumheller Spruce Grove Taber The Pass 4 5 6 6 9 0 13 2 97 72 26 1 57 44 19 2 55 61 14 0 62 45 12 1 52 47 11 5 53 86 7 T F A Pts. 0 97 55 20 0 70 61 20 0 68 75 18 0 69 60 14 0 91 92 14 0 47 99 0 Houston San Diego Phoenix Minnesota Michigan 0 43 33 12 0 28 30 10 1 33 37 7 0 27 37 6 0 26 48 4 Canadian Division Winnipeg Toronto Quebec Vancouver Edmonton NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Division I W L T F A Pts 9 3 2 46 31 20 733 Phila islanders Atlanta Rangers 50 28 17 7 5 2 43 38 16 6 5 2 45 39 14 Division II Vancouver 8 3 2 50 35 18 Chicago 7 4 2 57 35 16 St Louis 3 6 3 38 44 9 Minnesota 2 8 3 24 49 7 Kansas City 1 10 1 32 58 3 Divltlon III Los Angeles 9 1 4 49 25 22 Montreal 5 4 5 47 40 15 Detroit 5 5 2 36 51 12 Pittsburgh 3 6 7 39 45 8 Washington 1 10 1 25 55 3 Division IV Butfalo 8 3 2 49 43 18 Boston 5 3 5 60 40 15 To-onto 4 5 3 46 48 11 California 284 SCORING LEADERS Hull Win Dillon Tor Nilsson Win Lacroix SD Rickey Tor Simpson Tor Hedberg Win Lund Hou Bernier Oue Mahov'ich Tor G Howe Hou Featherstone Tor Tremblay Oue 0 49 20 14 0 48 38 14 0 36 21 12 0 28 37 0 0 13 15 4 G A Pit 11 8 19 9 0 18 13 18 6 14 5 13 5 13 8 13 5 12 6 12 7 11 8 11 0 11 1 10 11 SCORING LEADERS Orr Bos Esposito Bos Pappm Chi Bo'direv Chi Dionne Del Oddleifson Van 0 Potvm NYI LysiaK A1I Nevm LA Bennett Alt Lafleur Mtl 11 35 67 8 GAP 8 20 28 14 11 25 9 20 6 12 18 4 14 18 4 14 18 3 15 18 5 12 17 9 7 16 7 9 16 6 10 16 HOCKEY SCORES National Philadelphia 2 Minnesota 0 Boston 10 Washington 4 Los Angeles 5 Pittsburgh 3 Vancouver 6 Kansas City 4 World Indianapolis 3 San Diego 0 American Providence 7 Nova Scotia 5 Central Tulsa 6 Seattle 2 Western Canada Brandon 9 Calgary 4 Saskatchewan Swift Cur'ent 4 Yorkton 0 Saskatoon 7 Moose Jaw 5 Weyburn 9 Estevan 2 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA Houston 103 Milwaukee 93 Atlanta 109 Phoenix 108 Goioen Statp 104 Seattle 93 ABA Utah 10" Virginia 90 W.C.H.L. 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