Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 28

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IE1H8RIDGC HERAID Saturday, November 13. 19''l i wrinkles may stay _. Dorow may ANDY CAPP changes if'P) Mnniillon list t its HUTU- H new wrinkle in their offence ill Ottawa KoiiKli Riders a week .mo. am] oo.-u'h Al may come will] it agnins! Toronto in tire stern Football Conference finil si ntmg here Sunday. .Speedster Dave converted running bark, from tho flanker place of injured Lewis IN and scored, two touchdown Hamilton's 2IM win over tawa. With fullback Dick i, a [owski jterforminp; effectively in ran i Buchanan's spot, Dornw may it will carried nationally by with local blackouls in next lest .11! continue lo go witli the same the Toronlo-llaniillon area. offence against the Argonauts Dorow said Friday he won't in when the. two-game, lulal-point i name his designated import dl- F.IT series opens al Ivor Wynne until game lime. But Ihc odds are ilie extra import, who can (i.-iTnc time is noon M.ST ami j hn dressed hut not play unless ----------------------------------......ianother import leaves Hie game, will be Porter or lineman Boh .MAY EXPLOIT WEAKNESS j One weakness the Argos might exploit, especially with .loe thcismann's passing, will be the area in Hamilton's defen-! secondary covered by Dave running game B.v THE ASSOCIATED IMiESS Fram'bco in Ilie NFC is Minnesota's defence, which has carried the Vikings I" the lop of !ho. National Football Conference's Central Division despite a lethargic offence, will host to Detroit. 5-2-1. New York Jets will have de- fenders (Jem- Philbin, Al Atkin- son .'aid Karlie Thom Fleming. Fleming's forte is offence, backs Kon Johnson ajid Tucker j wilcl-e he led Ihc Ticats in 1S70. Fredcrickson when Uiey clash jjut when Paul McKay injured with Atanlta and quarterback ms jn same' workout Dick Shiner. Shiner probably! (nat porter was injured, Flem- igainst his old team-j ,vas thrown into Ihs breach from the injured list against i mates although Bob Berry ap-1 performed adequately. a rr Hoi FORWARD MEETS DEFENCE Minister of National r Macdoncjld (leftl a shoving mokK i forward with Toronto Maple loafs i id-breaking for rwo artificial KG s n mio Friday. The rinks, to bo constructed at J2., are fhc opening phase of an Ontario -i plan to vipgrode recreational and com- i the Reaent Pnrk orea. pro enals ar.fl SfablTS to z 4-? ever the Blurs in Pep Wee aitinn Friday night. Brian Kaw.vischer arid Jim Miller chipped in wiili a goal apiece while Darren Price and Ralph Quint mar.aged a goal each in n lining cause. Mark and Donald Cmitts the Bears to an fi-I win over the Bison? with Iwo goals apiece. FOR FAMILY PLANNING AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE ASK YOUR DRUGSTORE FOR IMMUN PERFECT IMPORTERS TRADING POST P.O. Box 6344, Vancouver. B.C. Robbie Sudiekate. David 1i- roc-ben, Mark Fodder and Da- vid Maclvra added singletons. For the Bisons, Fred Thomp- son and Don Marshall scored a goal each. In another Pee Wee contest tlie Flyers and Uie Tigers fought to a 2-2 stalemate after three periods of play. DeHeer and Hoffman tallied for the Flyers while Od- ney and Ramage scored for Ihe i Tigers. i Another lie I T'VKUOKA, Japan. i Baltimore Orioles and a .'npa- i nese learn battler! !o R 9-9 tie today in a game called after 10 innings. The Orioles and I.he Japanrv-e team, marie up nf players from Tokyo Yomiuri Giants and Xish- i itetsu Lions, hlastca three home runs each. be tested against the running tandem of Donny Anderson and j John Brockinglo'n of Green Ray I Packers Sunday 1 The Vikings, li-2, are to the Packers. .1-1-1, in a battle of Central Division tennis in the National Football League. The Vikings hit a cold spell last week against San Francisco and mustered only three field goals in losing flrcen Kay, bolstered hy the rumiing of Anderson and Brock- inglon, up-'ci Chicago Bears. 17- M. In other NFL contests Sun- day. Pitlsbursrh Stcelers will be at" Miami Dolphins. Cleveland Browns at Kansas City Chiefs, to? Armeies Rams at Detroit Linns, Washintfon Hedskins at N'cw Orleans Saints at San Francisco. New York Giants at Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Colts at New York .lets, Houston Oilers at. Oat- land Raiders. Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots. Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos and Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys. San Diego Chargers are host to St. Louis Cardinals Monday night. The Vikings are 12th in 'olal offence in the 13-team NFC, llth in passing and 10th in rush- ing. However. Minnesota ranks Baltimore, Xcvv York Giants, ,1-rt, pears ready for action afler j against the Aiders. three weeks on the sidelines However, Argos have a far i 11 start without running' with a pulled hamslring muscle. more efficient attack than did i the Riders and Toronto roach Leo Cahill can he expected to j have Theisrmmn exploit, Flem-1 ing's inexperience. i The Argos, meanwhile, took j 1 an opportunity Friday to work in new fooling on tlic artificial turf. I Tnronln failed to win either of its games on mod sod this sea- son, despite running away from the rest of the eastern opposi- tion in the final standings, and limp Oil Kings 9-3 fly THE CANADIAN PRESS Broncos 5 2 in sudden death Vancouver Nats, led by Gonl overtime in Western Canada two goal perform-; Hockey league play in Van- Wings dislike being patsies THE CANADIAN PRESS than two minutes remaining in tidewater Wings apparently I I he game at Boston to earn the Bv have tired of playing patsy to their rivals in Ihe American Hockey League. After upsetting Cleveland Barons 1-0 W e d n e s d a y, the Wings held the bustling Boston ance. downed Swift. Current nlev couvcr Friday night. In Saskatoon, the Saskatoon 1 Blades swept to a 9 3 victory SECRET WORKOUT over Kdmonton Oil Kincs while After the workout, held in se- fiegina Hals, led by Scott I cret with security men prowling i Smith, defeated Winnipeg .lets the outer perimeter of the field Cabin thought a change of shoes Braves, Eastern Division lead- might be the answer. ers, to a 3-3 tie Friday night. Previous to Wednesday's vie- too', the Wings had only a tic to show for their efforts since the tic on Doug Volmar's goal. Tlic Braves' Fred O'Donncll and Don Tannahill were in the pen- ally box at the time. Tom Gimore and Tom Martin scored the other goals for Tide- water. Gary Peters, with bis 12lh of tho season, Ron Boebm and Art Quoquochi scored for the Braves, who saw their home winning streak halted at eight in IJegina. Stewart scored Vancouver's winning goal at 3: 15 in over- lime when he deflected de- keep any sleuthing Tical spies away, Cahill endorsed Ihe new boois. "It was a good workout opening game of to season, j games. which they won. Two goals within of j We're satisfied that our foot- from Ihe left point Pat Russell I wear is better than anything we scored j goal. the other Vancouver PARIS (CPl Charles Mayer, 70, Montreal .sports writer who was named to Ihe building section of Canada's .Swift Current scorers were Kelly Pratt and Brent Leavins. Strong goaitending by Don Atchison led the Blades to their victory. They won the game in r. Sports Hall of Fame m May, tho hvo poriods bybscoring died today shortly after arriving f unaI15Wcred goals. iriiohdays g CaMda: Bourne. Ralph Klassen His newspaper career spanned nearly 50 years, most of them as a sports writer for French-language papers in Montreal. He was also asso- Bob and ciated with broadcasting of hockey and baseball games and with promoting and horse racing. After graduating in journal- ism from the University of Mon- cjiiartfrb'ack" Terry Bradshaw trcal. Major worked on several newspapers, including the now- defunct Canada. La Patrie 76 IS HAVING AN INTRODUCTION SALS Mr. Stove Spi- sak, owner-les- see, is pleased (o introduce Mr. Martin Hudecek ai his new ter- vicemnn, Martin a wealfh of experienea and has been a II- tonied mechanic for ovsr 12 years. STEVE SP1SAK MARTfN HUDECEK TUNE-UP SPECIALS in cffecl until Saturday, Nov. 27th SIX CYLINDER Reg. will install sparl< plugs, points ond con- denser Complete check on Sun Scopi Engine Analyzer Clean boltery posti systfitn Condition of enginii ChccV PCV volve Condition of distributor Condition of spark plug Adjust cnrbure'or idle mixture All work guaranteed EIGHT CYLINDER Reg. 33.40 WHIEL Includes weights BALANCE NOW, PER WHEEL 1 .75 "Hunter" (on the car) spin balanes STOP IN FOR A COMPLIMENTARY WINTER SAFETY CHECK UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE Mayor Magrath Drivo ond 4th Ave. S. Phono 328-9766 STOP IN AND GAS UP FOR FREE GIFTS used there before." Sunday's game will mark the return of Toronto flanker Mike Eben whose football future, this year at least, was in some doubt a month ago. The former University of To- ronto ace suffered a bruised lung and other injuries in Argo's 32-5 win over Montreal Aloucttcs, the game in which Toronto clinched first place, their first title in 11 years. In other games Friday, Balti- more Clippers downed the Bar- ons 6-3, Nova Scotia Voyageurs edged Richmond Robins 3-2 and tlic second period by Doug Rob- inson and Germain Gagnon clinched the victory for Ibe Voy- ageurs at Halifax. Chuck Arna- Rochester Americans topped son scored the other Nova Springfield Kings 4-1. Scotia goal and Lew Morrison The Wings capitalized on a j and Bill Clement replied for tie two-man advantage with less I Robins. Wlical Kiups I Doug Manchak scored in the first period, Don McLeod in the second. In the third period. Manchak added another goal, Russ Walk- er netted two goals, and Fred Williams and Byron Jackson scored tingles for Saskatoon, j COlKIUCt Edmonton goals came from John Rogers, Fred Comrie and Tom Bladon. Scolt Smith netted three goals to lead Reguia Pats to ___ their eighth victory of the sea- j [wo J more players to victor! ELRICH TIRE 5PORT SCORES BRANDON (CP) Brandon Wheat Kings Thursday traded veterans Barn1 Chernos and Jerry Dudar, plus the rights to ALBERTA JUNIOR W Csl. Cougars 10 Red Deer 7 Cal. Canucks i Edm. Lea's S L T F A P S3 39 40 36 61 73 and Le Petit Journal, where be son. Ken Marit scored two goals for Regina with another coming from Dennis Sobchuck. Warriors, Elks play two games stayed '2-i years. tie became publisher-owner behind San Samedi Dimanche, a Sun- dav newspaper, for a short I T-TaxirL-c while and in recent years was 113M KS a freelance sports columnist. For many years he was con- nected with the National Hockey league as a publicity man and Lethbridgr. Warriors and Mid-! was in charge of the league's minor officials for 20 years. Mayer was author of L'Epopee des get Elks will see action this ntekend in tho Southern Al- berta Juvenile Hockey League. Tonight at Lhe Civic Centre at Epoch of the tangle Sunday r The Rovais and the Black Cougars in exchange for the rights to defenccman Bruce Af- j fleck of Penticton Broncos. Affleck, at six-foot-two and 210 j pounds, has been an all-star in the British Columbia Junior i Hockey League the last two seasons. I Chernos, 19. and Dudar, 17, were in their second season vision L Hawks will see action Sunday with the Wheat Kings, current afternoon as they fight for the leaders in the eastern division Lethbridgc Minor Soccer' League King Cup Buffnln Vancouver Detroit s West Div n the Warriors plav to ing the history of the Montreal the league of the Western Canada Hockey League. Victoria also obtained the rights to junior B players Rog- the Palace Pats from Tahcr. Meanwhile the Elks travel to Vauxhall to meet the Hornets to mother encounter. hockey club as well 1017 of the sport. Two editions j of the book sold more than! 1W.OOO copies. This year, the Royals were pennant winners the his- i while the Hawks captured Ihe er Bork, 16, currently with Cal- city championship gary Canucks of the Alberta Action will get under way at j Junior League, and Ken Me- 2 p.m. at the Civic Centre. I Gunigal, 17. of Moosomin. Sask. Success of I he club wusindicntcd Lr.-. Angeles LEADERS Gilbert, NV Hadfisld, NY Esposito, B I F A pis j 66 35 57 32 51 35 37 it 59 G A Pts. 12 IS 77 12 13 25 Perrea'ull, Buf...... Hodqe, B Park, NY........ Cournoycr, M Oliver, Min WESTERN CANADA LEAOUB Easlern Division North Stars shouldn't be surprise in 7 Sfl- a toon By Till-: CANADIAN PRESS Minnewta North Stars1 rise to prominence in t.hc NaiiLnal Hockey Division i.s no sudden turn of ever.ts for 190" expansirm club. Most observers l.hc chnnec coming in last year's Stanley Crip semi-final when tlic Minnesolans took Montreal Can- adiens to an excitin? gnmo.s. It UHS Ihc first lime one of tlic expansion teams defealed nn tram in .vni play. General manager Hlair a.nri coach Jack Goixion have the Stars in contention for divi- sion licvnors Chicago Black usinfl a mixture of and experience The Stars couH move in to a first-place lie. with the Kau'k.s tonieht when they are at home to Montreal. The Canadicns also aspire In first place, in the and arc just two points York Rangers. KXF'ERTS THINK Ironically, it was Minnesota's playoff loss to Montreal last that set the hockey cx- I per Us to thinking thai Blair and I Gordon were assembling a con- tender. i Ti-rv !i a v e n 'I. disappointed and hold n healthy si.x-point on third-place Pitl-sburtjh i Penguins who entertain Los A.n- geles Kings in another game to- night. The rest of the schedule has Vancouver Canucks at Toror.lo Maple l-cafs, Buffalo Sabres in Vew York, Detroit Hed Wings at, Philadelphia r'lyers and Si. Txniis Bines entertaining Cali- fornia Golden Seals, In action Sunday, Montreal moves into Buffalo, Toronto is at Philadelphia, Vancouver con- tinues its eastern swing to New York, Los Angeles visits Boston Bruins and Chicago entertains California. Tiie North Stars stalled 1o look serious late last, year with arrival of several new faces. Ted liampson from California, Douq Muhns and Tern- Caff cry from Chicago hrlprd Minnesota reach the playoffs. Then Seals' Dennis Hextall and Boh Nevin cf the Rangers were added in (he off-season. Dean Prentice was added to the roster front Pittsburgh in a more recent transaction. 'Hie newcomers have jelled under Gordon's prodding, and Uie surprising North Stars have been getting some added incen- tive from their goaitending tan- dem of Lome (Gimip) ard Ccsare Maniago. Worsley has yet to lose this year and has a skimpy 1.00- goals-against average and Ihe Minnesota goalies en .joy the best defensive record in the league. Murray Oliver, washed up in Detroit, Boston and Toronto, is off to one of his fastest starts, a bonus in that the slim Hamilton veteran has been hrttor known for his checking ability. Prentice, a 21-gonl scorer with the Penguins a year ago, is providing Minnesota uith the scoring they were looking for and has justified iheir gamble in acquiring the 39-year-old vet- eran Beqir Rm rlon ......R II 0 Wlnntpeq f, I 1 Switl Current o V 0 Western Division Calgary 3 0 .940 A Pis 6B 37 10 57 43 17 HOCKEY SCORES Baltimore i Cleveland 3 Tidewflter 3 Boston 3 Nova Scotia 3 Richmond J Rochester 4 Springfield 1 Weslern Salt LaVp i Seattle 1 Portland 6 San Diego i Central Oklahoma City 6 Dallas 1 Tulsa 5 Fort Worth 1 Kansas City 5 Omans 2 Eastern Roanoke A Greensboro -1 Charlotte 5 Jnckscnville 1 Clinton 3 Ngw Jersey 3 Long Island i Johnstown 4 New Haven 3 Syracuse 3 International Musksgon 6 Fort Wayne 3 Dayton 3 Toledo 1 Poet Hl'ron 3 Columbus I Flinl 3 Des Moinc-s 3 Ontario Junior Kitchener i Niagara Fail; i Toronto 1! 6 London 4 Catharines 1 Saskatchewan Junior Melville 10 Prince Albert 1 Weyburn 6 Moose Jaw S Western Canada Junior Reqina 6 Winnipeg 3 Saskatoon 9 Swift Currcnl 3 Prairie Edmonton Monarths 7 Ycrkton 1 SabKatocfi 3 Calgary 1 Alberta Junior Calgary Cougars B DrumhclUr British Columbia Junior Penticton 9 Richmond 1 Vernon 5 Chilliwack 1 Western International Crnnbroo''. Kimberley 3 BROOMBALL STANDING w L T r A r Packeri 1 u 0 1106 .0300? SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE Lotlibridgo Warriors vs Taber Palace Pats TONIGHT! Sat., Nov. 13 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE ADMISSION: Adult! 25C The Baron Suggests Boron Burger 2 pfjlliel, ftpncictl soucft nAlnwA LettucG, tomcito, moyonnaitfl UeiUXe frcnch fries Bnronelle Cnficsn Burgor Tiny Baron 306 Mushroom Burger 656 Charcoal Burner 656 Conoy Island Hot Dog. 356 Grilled Cheese Steak Sandwich Corned Bocf On Fish 'n Chips Tnco 3Sc each French Frini Grillo.l Ham Otillcd TUIICI 45C ISl.'i Mayor Drive Onion Rintj Drink 75c 80c 356 75C Ryn'75C 756 3 for SI 25C 20C. 30C 40C Pliont. SNOW CLEAT TRACTION TIRES F78-14 Studded White G7B-14 Studded White F78-15 Studded Whita G78-15 Studded White Each 26 .95 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SAIES 4 SERVICE 401 IB 116 or 317-4441 ;