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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 c rtEHA! 9, 1974 Unif orms under guard SHREVKPOHT, La (AP) Sheriff Jimmy G a s I i n permitted Charlotte Hornets to remove their footbai! uniforms from State Fair Stadium Thursday but only to be washed Then they were returned to the stadium dressing room, where they were securely lock- ed with the remainder of the Hornets' equipment. The Hornets played a World Football League game in Shreveport Wednesday night Then their gear was seized under court order for bills allegedly unpaid while the club played the first 13 games of the WFL season in New York A security firm seeks and a clearing establishment asks 939 in a lawsuit filed in a Louisiana court. Upton Bell, general manager of the Hornets and head of the new group that has taken over control of the club, said all the bills were run up by New York Pro Grid, Inc the former owners. He is attempting to resolve the difficulties as soon as possible. Finishes second in Friday's action MELV1N COLEMAN SCORED AN 86 AND THEN BIT THE DUST Short sport Campbell up against it in first game EQUALS WORLD RECORD GLIWICE, Southern Poland (AFP) Polish youth Fryde- ryk Mis equalled the world junior light-heavyweight record for the Olympic total lift of 325 kilos (142.5 kilos and 182.5 kilos) at the Polish weightlifting championships Friday, PAP News agency reported. COUGARS FILE SLIT CHICAGO (AP) Chicago Cougars of the World Hockey Association filed a damage suit Friday against an official of the village of Rose- mont. III., and a hotel owner for failure to build a suburban hockey arena. The Circuit Court suit charges that Jack Pritzner and Donald Stephens conspired to delay the propos- ed construction of a hockey arena in the Rosemont area THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Marion Campbell, Atlanta Falcons' defensive co- ordinator since 1969 before taking over as head coach last Tuesday when Norm Van Brocklin was fired, will be taking the heat or the praise Sunday after his first National Football League game at the helm It is a tough start for the 45- year-old former Georgia tackle. Atlantia meets the Rams in Los Angeles, where the Falcons have never won a game. If the Falcons pull off the Rams are 13-point Bob Lee will do it on his own. Van Brockklin used to send the or- ders in from the sidelines. And if Lee falters, Kim McQuilken may get his chance. The rookie from Lehigh has been getting in more practice time lately and apparently is being considered as the Falcons' No. 2 quarter- back, succeeding former Heisman Trophy winner Pat Sullivan from Auburn, who has been used little in his 3Vz pro seasons. In Sunday's other NFL games, Miami is at New Or- leans, Houston at Buffalo, Cleveland at New England, Denver at Baltimore, Pitts- burgh at Cincinnati, San Diego at Kansas City, Chicago at Green Bay. San Francisco at Dallas, Washington at Phila- delphia, Detroit at Oakland STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MOM., NOV. P.M. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs TOR KAMATA BIG JOHN QUINN vs LES THORNTON KELLY TWINS vs SULLIVAN MARTEL LANE vs vs VAZIRI STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV Minor hockey Doug Shostak notched four goals to lead the Blues to a 7-2 victory over the Pintos in Pee Wee hockey action Friday night. Brad Harvie added a pair of goals and three assists while Darcy Jordan counted a single for the winners. Jeff Larson and M. Kurmas scored for the Pmtos. GULF 1 Ignition system analysis. Lubricate htvit riser S WHITER TUNE-UP JL Adjust carburetor. 11 3 Supply ;ind la-'u-J) j> nnts ;uxi o SuppK .inn r nr.v spark {aspect air deaner dement. 8 Examine positive crankcasc ventilation valve. Check and record compression. n Examine rotor, distributor cap and high tension wires. Test and record freezing point of radia 10 aixl nx> Tot and service baUrrv. 1M Knvd i.trnition iinalvsis. Witli tiie (lull Tune p miles, whichever o nnes first. Package all JMII !-.i> >ur are im ludttl 1 lx- left out in the cold, phone or in the :i'--.J! I'ltveret' under tlx- come in and nvike .'Ui r.ulfde.jlerin! ir-'-Ut i'xxi wherever you see the Winter Tune-l'p Sign. 14 Point Tune-Up 4-CYl. 6-CYL. 8-CYL. 195 SOC95 INCLUDING PARTS AND LABOUR SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE 18ft AVI 4 u. yf 'fTilr PtoP? 327-0313 MAIN SERVICE CENTRE 3rt AVNM i 9tk Stritt SHtfc IDmLirtoj Plwnt 327-8698 Not your overage service station. and New York Jets at New York Giants. Minnesota is at St. Louis Monday night. Miami coach Don Shula lifted the suspension against running back Mercury Morris who will be ready to play Sun- day at New Orleans. The fleet runner missed six of the eight games this year with neck and knee problems and was suspended Thursday in a rift over his physical con- dition. Quarterback injuries are nagging a number of clubs. San Diego Chargers may have to start rookie Jesse Freitas against Kansas City Chiefs if Dan Fouls' bruised ribs aren't fully healed. Washington Redskins may go with Billy Kilmer against Philadelphia Eagles in the event Sonny Jurgensen's banged up knees and bruised thigh still are bothering him Bobby Douglass had to finish last week's game for Chicago Bears and may start Sunday's against Green Bay Packers because of Gary- Huff's sprained ankle Marty Domres' status as a Baltimore Colts starter against Denver Broncos is questionable. He has a breast- bone injury and. with Bert Jones definitely out with a bad shoulder, rookie Bill Troup mav start. Butch Owchar scores trio to sink Suns TABER. Alta Burch Owchar scored three goals, including the winner at of the third period, to give Calgary Canucks a 7-6 Alberta Junior Hockey League victory over Taber Golden Suns Fnda> night Ross Patterson. Glen Wylie. Mike Mclvnr and Wayne Sherger rounded out the Calgary attack. Taber goals were scored by Tom SchicbiT. Brjd Randy Joevenazzo. Darcy Virostek. Bernie Syrenne and Bob Miller Calgary had 3 53-.V. -idvan- tage in shots on goal ana took six of eight minor penalties Volleyball The Winston Churchill boy? whipped Vauxhall 5-f Irit their female darned a matrh by a 3-2 count in Southwest Conference high school volleyball .srtion VTI- dav night Churchill s win games by scores of 1-j-O. 15- 8. and 15-1] VdiuhaJ took 15 9. deo si on N f-o- Churchill d jiir druhbed 15-0 m tht other t games Reeder has got at least a tie By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer EDMONTON Bill Reeder of Cardston has clinched at least a tie for the Canadian calf roping championship after his second-place perfor- mance at the National Finals rodeo here Friday night. Reeder has a total of 130 points after five go-rounds, 40 more than Jim Gladstone, also of Cardston, and Lome Wells of Calgary. If Reeder places in the top four today he will be the champion, but if he fails to place in the top four and either Gladstone of Wells earn 40 points by winning the go-round there will be a tie. The tie will be broken by totaling the calves the roper has tied during the finals or taking the lowest total time on all the calves a roper ties if both competitors have caught six calves. Gladstone won the go-round last night with a time of 10.5 seconds while Reeder was se- cond with an 11.4 second run. Lee Phillips of Carseland was third with a 12.2 clocking. Granum's Jerri Duce has clinched the gal's barrel rac- ing title with 170 points after five runs. Jerri has taken three firsts, a second and a third after five go-rounds and is well ahead of her nearest competitor. She won last night's go-round with a clock- ing of 14.5 seconds on her run. The saddle bronc cham- pionship was also wrapped up last night when Melvin Coleman won his third go- round and compiled a total of 150 points. Coleman scored an event-winning 81 atop a saddle bronc called Little Blood Fri- day to clinch the title for the Saskatchewan bronc rider. Former world champion Mel Hyland was knotted in se- cond place Friday with John Gratton of Edmonton. Both men had 78 points, well back of Coleman. Arnold Haraga of Skiff mov- ed himself into the steer wrestling picture by winning the go-round Friday with a time of 5.6 seconds. Haraga has a shot at the championship as he is only 30 points behind the event leader Lee Phillips. Phil Doan of High River was second in the go-round with a run of 6.5 seconds and third spot went to Ben Hern of Bindloss with a clocking of 8.1 seconds. Phil Doan has moved into a big lead in the all around race. Doan has 115 points after five nights, putting him well up on Lynn Jensen of Cardston with 80 points, and Kenny McLean with 75. Doan is competing in both the bareback bronc riding and the steer wrestling at the finals while Jensen is only competing in the bareback event. The points the com- petitors earn in the finals are put towards their year's stan- dings It is the only event that does this, with all other cham- pionships being decided solely at the finals. Dale Trottier maintained his lead in the over-all bareback race with a third- place ride of 73 Friday night. Trottier, winner of five consecutive Canadian Rigging titles, leads the event with 125 points, 15 more than runner-up Allan Thorpe. Gene Miller won the go- round with an 81 point ride astride a bareback bronc call- ed San Antone. Thorpe was se- cond with a 74. The bull riding lead is held by Brian Claypool of Saskatoon. Claypool tied for the go-round victory last night with a 78-point ride to give him a total of 135 points after five days of competition. John Dodds had a similar score in the go-round and is sitting in second position in the race for the title with 105 points. Clinton Morin won the go- round in the novice saddle bronc riding with a 64 but the lead in the event overal lis held by Keith Gower of Ed- monton with 120 points, Marty Lyle of Calgary leads the boys' steer riding with 155 points. Pronghorns press to 77-74 victory REGINA (Special) The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns used a tough full- court press to unnerve the University of Regina Cougars and took a 77-74 decision in ex- hibition basketball action Fri- day night. "We looked good at times, and bad at said coach Robin Fry. "But the boys really hustled on the press, and they seem to be starting to work as a team." The Pronghorn press forced 24 turnovers and the locals outrebounded the bigger Cougars 36-28. Forwards Curt Wolsey and Phil Letham were the offen- sive stars for the Pronghorns throughout the game. Wolsey racked up 24 points while Letham was right behind with 23. Both connected on 55% of their field goal attempts. Richard Foggo added 15 points for the locals while Wes Stevenson led Regina with 24. It was the second exhibition win of the season for Fry's Basketball Two clubs earned wins while another advanced by default Friday night in the Chinook League senior men's basketball tournament at Magrath High School.. Golden Bridge got 22 points from Bill Kenney and another 20 from Jerry Kuzub as they whipped Kainai 100-74. Robin Hansen fired in 21 points and Bryce Thompson added 19 to pace Doug's to a 78-67 triumph over.Cardston Kearl's. Tim Tollestrup was high scorer in the game with 27 points in a losing cause. In the other game, the Labor Club won by default over Coalbanks. Action resumes today at 3.30 p.m. with finals for the modified double knockout tournament slated for 7 and tonight. 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The point system in the over-all title race works on a 40 point for first place, 30 for second, 20 for third and 10 for fourth basis. Behind the chutes For the second consecutive night in a row the Edmonton Garden was nearly full Veteran announcer Warren Cooper, assisted by Lome Ball, handled the announcing chores Greg Butterfield, 20, was riding a bareback bronc six years older than himself... Winner of each go- round in the five major events receive The girl's barrel race go-round winner pockets a performance Official rodeo photographer Bob Morrison was trampled by a young Brahama bull in the boys' steer riding He was taken to the hospital with shoulder injuries C. N. Woodward, developer of the new Lethbridge shopping complex is leading the cutting horse competition with a total of 445 points Champions in all events will be declared to- day Canadian cowboys will wind up their year with an awards banquet at the Ed- monton Inn this evening. Native Sons play twice The Lethbridge Y's Men Native Sons will be at home this weekend for a pair of Central Alberta Junior "B" Hockey League contests at Henderson Ice Centre. The Native Sons take the ice tonight at p.m. against the Vulcan entry, while Hanna will provide the opposition Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A Brandon 9 7 2 S1 87 20 Saskatoon B 3 3 74 47 19 Lethbrtdge .9 5 1 69 56 19 Regina 8 9 0 66 72 16 Winnipeg 2 6 3 38 52 7 Flirt Flon 210 3 56 90 7 Western Division Victoria .12 5 2 97 72 26 Medicine Hat 9 3 1 57 44 19 New West. .6 8 2 55 61 14 Kamloops 7 6 0 71 50 14 Edmonton 5 5 2 54 49 12 Calgary.....1 11 5 54 92 7 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Division 1 W L T F A Pis. Philadelphia 9 3 2 46 31 20 Atlanta 8 5 2 45 38 18 NY Islanders 7 3 3 59 28 17 NY Rangers 6 5 2 45 39 14 Division 2 Vancouver 8 3 2 50 35 13 Chicago 7 5 2 57 37 16 St Louis 3 6 3 36 44 9 Minnesota 2 8 3 24 49 7 Kansas City 110 1 32 58 3 Division 3 Los Angeles 9 1 4 49 25 22 Montreal 5 4 5 47 40 15 Detroit 5 5 2 36 51 12 Pittsburah 3 6 2 39 45 8 Washington 1 10 1 25 55 3 Division 4 Buffalo 8 3 2 49 43 18 Boston 5 3 5 60 40 15 Toronto 4 5 3 46 43 11 Boston 2 6 4 35 67 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L W'nnipeg Toronto Quebec Vancouver Edmonton 0 28 1 33 0 27 0 26 SCORING LEADERS Orr. Bos SOS DapDm Chi Bolcin-ev. Ch: Lysiak All Dionne. Del Qddleifson. Van D Poivm NY) Bennett. Atl LA Mil 8 G A 8 20 28 14 11 25 11 9 20 6 12 18 5 12 18 6 14 18 4 14 18 3 15 18 8 9 17 9 7 IS 6 10 16 T F 0 49 0 48 0 36 0 29 0 13 Eastern Division New England 7 1 0 33 Cleveland 33 1 18 Chicago 2 6 0 21 indianapohs 2 8 0 17 Western Division Houston 6 4 0 43 San Diego 5 Phoenix 3 Minnesota 3 Michigan 2 HOCKEY SCORES National Atlanta 2 Chicago 0 World Cl' 'eland 2 Vancouver 1 New England 3 San Diego 0 American Hershey 7 Baltimore 4 Providence 5 New 4 Richmond 4 Syracuse 1 Rochester 3 Nova Scotia 2 Virginia 2 Springfield 2 Central Dallas 7 Omaha 3 Tulsa 5 Fort Worth 2 Denver 6 Seattle 2 Salt Lake 7 Oklahoma 4 International Lansing 7 Kalamazoo 4 Dayton 5 Toledo 2 Fort Wayne 3 Flint 3 Western International T'lal 8 Kimberley 4 Nelson 5 Spokane 4 Western Canada Edmonton 2 Saskatoon 2 6 CalQ3ry 1 9 Flon 5 Lefibndce 5 Winnipeg 2 Alberta Junior Caigaty 7 6 B.C. Junior ChiiliwacK 8 Nanaimo 2 Vernon 6 Penticton 2 13 Langlev 5 A Pts. 20 14 38 14 21 12 39 8 15 4 17 14 21 7 27 4 35 4 33 12 33 10 37 7 37 6 48 4 6ENERM. TIRE CFL ALL-PRO COUNTDOWN ENTRY FORMS WIN FREE TRIPS FOR TWO TO ACAPULCO. iK. ELRICH TIRES LTD. S.-Phoni 3 OF327-4445 ;