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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SUNNY SAN D4IQO anu BXTftAt. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL JCIMTMVULAOIMAIJ. _______ Herald- Sports Lions earn top awards at banquet Some 350 people watched the 1973 Lethbridge Minor Football League champion Lions walk away with the top team trophies at the annual year-end banquet staged at the Civic Sports Centre Friday night. The who captured the league pennant title as well as the city championship title for for the last two receiv- ed the Eleanor Whitelaw Memorial trophy along with the Glendale Bowl trophy for their outstanding efforts. The Whitelaw trophy recognizes the city champions while the Glendale Bowl award represents the league champions. Meanwhile individual awards were also handed out to players who seemed to standout during the 1973 season. Dominic who had a brilliant season with the was named the most valuable player of the year while Pat McCune of the Lions weas honored for being the 1973 league scoring cham- pion. Darcy Merrick of the Stampeders and Mark Rowe of the Lions also picked up in- dividual awards. Merrick was selected the lineman of the year while the rookie honors went to Rowe. The only other trophy hand- ed out went to the Eskimos' gals who were chosen as the top cheerleaders. Preston doubts Lions have players hobbling The road is long Jim who helped put the Lethbridge Col- legiate on the high school football made it clear Friday night that the climb to professional football is long and but well worth it. of the Calgary talked to the moms and dads at the Lethbridge Minor Football League Banquet Friday. Everett rejects offer SAN DIEGO A agreement offered to Hollywood Park owner Marjorie Everett for sale of San Diego Padres has apparently been rejected. Lawyer for Mrs. Everett was quoted Friday as saying of city say they have given us their last and it is one we cannot A six-member group headed by Mrs. Everett has been negotiating for a new stadium lease with the city of San Diego after it was reported to have reached agreement for purchase of the National League baseball team from C. Arnholt Smith. Lawyer Neil in a telephone interview from Los he we had a deal. We've gone as far as we The Padres may have only three choices he the only one that makes sense to me is for them to move to Washington. The others are for Arnholt to keep pouring money into the which I don't think he wants or for the National League to take over the franchise and be operating against itself.'' REGINA General manager Ken Preston of Sas- katchewan Roughriders says complaiBts by British Colum- bia Lions about their injury list should be taken with a grain of salt. surprised they say some of their players are hob- bled. They're always saying it's a tradition at this time of Preston as healthy as they've been all concerned over slow sale of tickets for the sudden-death Western Foot- ball Conference semi-final between B.C. and Saskatchewan at Taylor Field conced- ed that the Roughriders are in good shape physically. Game time is 4 p.m. EST and the contest will be shown to a Canada-wide audience on the CTV network. The Eastern Conference semi-final at between the Argos and Montreal will be earned nationally on the CBC television network starting at 1 p.m. EST. B.C. spokemen say quarter- back Don fullback Johnny defensive end Bud Magrum and linebacker Ray Western nominee for lineman of the year honors in the Canadian Football will play despite injuries. got only a few little said Preston. Rock Perdom has a dislocated but he'll strap it up and Preston said his club has had a satisfying year despite the 28-16 loss to Edmonton Eskimos last weekend that cost Saskatchewan the regular-season championship. The winner here visits Ed- monton Nov 18 for the Western final. brought in three new defensive backfielders and we've introduced five new he said. Payne has done a fine job in his first year as head coach. He tied for first place in points and adjusted for some injuries while working some new players into the Tops among the newcomers is Lome an American-trained speedster from Moose who is the Western candidate as rookie of the year in the CFL. got good size and he led our club with seven inter- said Preston. Rich- ardson's total tied for the WFC lead. The addition of Rchardson and imports Ted Provost and Jim Elder in the defensive backf leld allowed veteran Ted Dushinski to move to a defen- sive halfback role from his old comerback position. Canadian rookies Andy Frank Steve Mazurek and Terry Bulych also were added to the lineup this season. co- winner of the top player award in the 1972 Canadian College Bowl while playing with University of Alberta As Joe goes so go TORONTO Joe Theismann doesn't want the season to end but Toronto Argonaut supporters could be seeing the ex-Notre Dame star in double-blue for the last time. Theismann is playing the option year of his contract and has pulled no punches in assessing his relationship with general manager Joun Barrow DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE MERCHANTS' FALL TO CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS' DOWNTOWN ENTER OFTEN 10BI6 AH EntriM ara aNgfela for ttw Grand Prtza Draw 22nd on Tatovtatonl 50 BIQ 5 PrlMS Evwy IL LOUANNE CUFFOHD- JAYPETEfttOI HCUN M. T. HOOOBON LYNDA CwmMftjr nuinturnrT SITcT OVER IN GRAND PRIZEI All Expense Paid Trip for Two To Beautiful... HAWAII IN SPENDING MONEY Trip may arranged to Milt your ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING PARTICIPATING The Toronto quarterback knows the inevitable show- down in his negotiations with the Argos will depend largely on him getting the team into the Grey Cup final Nov. 25. The initial .step comes Sun- day at 11 a.m. when the Argos meet Montreal Alouettes in a sudden-death Eastern Football Conference semi-final at CNE Stadium. Winner of the to be carried nationally by the CBC television will move on to Ottawa for the conference final the following Sunday against the Rough Riders. have not made any effort to reopen negotiations since the season Theismann said this week club hasn't either. Barrow mentioned something about us getting to- gether at the conclusion of the season. We don't intend our season to conclude for another three weeks The indications that with three years of professional will take a shot at the National Football League The confrontation with Bar- row should prove interesting. During half-time intermis- sion of a recent Argo-Rough Rider game in with Toronto ahead Barrow was critical of his quarter- back. Argos subsequently lost. was Theismann said was hurt. a matter of I was thoroughly cheesed off when I heard about it. Here we were at a time in our season when we all should be pulling together did give me a little more insight into what I have to face at the end of the Theismann admitted play- ing out his option year had been par- ticularly since he was in a key position and could determine the Argos' fate. the other I'm glad that I took the stand that I Theismann has said on sev- eral occasions that he would prefer to play for one of the New York NFL teams-just across the river from his native South N.J. He said when Miami Dolphins drafted him in 1970 that he didn't want to serve as a backup to the Dolphins' Bob Griese. Both New York Jets and having quarterback troubles this season. SIGN WITHDRAWS Switzerland The town council of Sion hat decided to withdraw iti of- ficial bid for UK 1900 Winter it was announced Friday. The decision came after the Swiss government advised Sion It was unable to grant financial assistance because of a tight federal ouofet. LETHifllDQI OFFICE FURNITURE LTBl tww Uwi m MJMI MNpftaf MM CHAIRS Golden played at linebacker and Landy was ac- tive as a defensive end. Mazurek played primarily on specialty teams and Bulych worked behind veteran George Reed at fullback. had good service from all of Preston said. He discounted suggestions that anticipated cold weather would give Saskatchewan a big advan- tage. had snow in Van- couver he said. been about 30 or 32 degrees not as cold as but after they get wann- ed it will make little Temperatures dropped below zero overnight and Preston said he would not predict much improvement for the game. Preston admitted he was surprised Edmonton moved the ball so well on the ground in the game last weekend that settled the WFC title. don't know what happen- ed to this ball he said. Will see action Goaltender John Mclaughlin and Dennis Hatt will see plenty of action this weekend as the Lethbridge Native Sons play host to the Hanna Ambassadors tonight at and Rocky Mountain House Sunday at two o'clock. Both Central Alberta Junior B games are set for Henderson Lake Ice Centre. Gilbert cold N.C. Gibby author of an al- most incredible opening ef- blew five strokes in one stretch of three holes but retained the lead Friday through two rounds of the world's richest ever golf tour- nament. who had a record- setting 62 in the first slipped 12 strokes to a three- over-par 74 in the second round of the two- week World a tournament that offers 000 to the winner. His 136 total was six under par But his leading margin dwindled to two strokes when he stumbled through water and traps and cold and winds in a worrisome string in which he went dou- double- bogey. Ron with a second and young Allen at were tied for second at 138. a 32-year-old who almost quit the tour in disgust earlier this and Cerrudo played the No. 4 course at the Pinehurst Country Club and Miller played the No. 2 a layout in the Carolina sandhills. Both play to par 71. The international field of 20 countries are alternating between the two layouts for the first 72 holes. At the end of Sunday's fourtn round the field will be cut to the low 70 scorers and ties for the last four rounds next all at No 2 Veteran Gay a for- mer Masters champion who has a habit of winning the big- money and rookie Tom Kite matched 72s and were at 141. 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