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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETIIRRIDGE HERALD T' November H. 1772 SAN IiIECIO (Al'i Till. Iradc sei'-t Clovchuul Brmvn receiver Paul Wartield to Miami Dolphins for a draft choice three yrars was greeted by cheers in and pronns in Bolh reactions p-pw louder last year Waitiolrt blast from lhe Dolphins into the Super j ors Bowl and Clcvi'lsnrt's cirafi Iirliltle native, choice, ciuanerbaek Mike ri.ippi, ilicln'i plsy or Coaching methods drtiw criticism Stasiuk is the boss-Poile VANCOUVER (CP) Play crs with Vancouver Canuck of the National Hockey League have voiced their .disconten with the coaching methods o Vic Stasiuk but general man ager Bud Poile says Stasiuk i not iu the slightest danger o losing his job. The Canucks have been los ing awesome regularity this season and StRsiuk, th team's frcsliman coach and a well. ich -I i'rr.k it grcp.le.-t li-ai have ever ina niehl niih 41 a DiCL'o B o n League is nin-cnlly U.c Vancouver Can- neks, is said lo lie too hard on l he players. ..r m a numbra of One o[ his methods of im proving the team's play has rh clinics he hinn's ns-yr.rd i Fr-nk PHi.- play pave .r.rv fcpi the Xr.'nnal Football: !f j month and the Crowsnest (hc sccnc 0[ O'jccn lo hold some early-morn ing practices and the player have made no secret that they don't care lor practising b; dawn's early light. They alsi complained about Stasiuk'; practise methods. Another problem, this one no necessarily traceable to Stasi in lhe two rec1'. i youn. i :rl SknricliV .'.I. y. 1 luo I'. i and H.-.V game eis in the Central I'ivi. :cn. Sieelors twice in weeks. 's' George King- io lit) n super fieri of Calgary will conduct not a ,1 ore-day clinic in Coleman. i-l. in ?..ipps." time and llic stavt lhe clinic has been set for morning. niuiicm eo Porter Box For ri'ccrd. one J'iss Bonnie Blairinore. 11 Ccnfcrtiuc Next Wednesday Steve Aris- meet the I'u HUM four Tiic 2-6-1. dropped Ihc-ir fiflh sirainh' game after laking the Irrrl v.'i'h to play on Alike Garrcii's three-yard run. mr.n will lie in V.'arner for an evening clinic set for a .seven o'clock start, The clinic v.ill con- tinue until in the evening ant! a 51 fee is being charged. For more information (jonlacl Andy Graspointer, Box 143, Milk Eiver. lik, lias been that the Canucks have been carrying more than the NHL limit of 19 players with the result that someone has lo sit out games. Earlier ill the >car Andre Boudrias, a veteran, see ing lilllc action and hc voicei his auger, at one point coming cut with a "play-me-or-trade me" ultimatum. That .situation seems to have cooled, with Boudrias, who tiec for the club scoring lead las season with team captain Or land Kurlenbach, seeing more ice time in recent games. Tire smoldering disconten1 rose to the surface Friday mor ning, at a a.m. practice al tie llif Look of the two suits and you'll be hard-pressed to tell the di'ference. One is made-io-measure, the other is ready-to-wear by a leading brand name manufacturer. Both are tailored to pai faction of superb imported fabric. But our low. overhead and maker-'o-customer policy allow us 1o compete favorably with anybody. mean P.5, o'-. c-. in" !'-fl i: by English and Scolch for only 589.50. Si Scotch Woollen Co. Ltd. vWe turn )he finest fabrics info Canada's finest custom made suits" Centre Village Mall CHARGE) Phone 328-8021 OPLN THURS. AND FRI. Tltl 9 P.M. v a i A'JH i I Ki 0 come to think off Pittsburgh, where Uie Canucks played Saturday evening. Players had voiced discon- tent to reporters accompanying the team, but, asked that their names be withheld, according to reports published here Mon- day. Stasiuk said that when the players showed up for practice "Orland Kurlenbach headed for the ice before and those other guys made him feel like a traitor and he came back." "None of them went on the ice until on the dot. I had planned to have them all take long shots and then have a bit of a scrimmage but they loused Bowling Qanter CAPRI BOWL, another talented member of the Smeed family took men's bowler-of-the- week honors Dave Smeed hit for the second week in a row with an 800 series, rolling 858 and this week turning in Gordie's with 329, 282 and 281 Pat Jarvie took the women's bowler- of-the-week crown with an 841 in Higa's, well over her 202 average, with games of 325, 295 and 221 And Dianne Violini also starred with a sizzling 911, highest women's triple of the season, with 277, 352 and 202. New league highs for the week included Dianne Violini's 911 in Green's -Shoes, a 276 single and 714 triple by Agnes Hart in Prebuilt, Pat Jarvie's 841 in Higa's, Dorothy Sorensen's 332 in Wilson's Junior Shop, Joyce Marsden's 335 in Eagles, Dennis Hanzel's 294 in LeLhbrid'ge Banks, Linda Malcomson's 242 av- erage in Green's, Bunny Anderson's 312 in Doug's Music and Sports, and a 718 triple by Bemice Hay and a 285 by Doreen Ross in Civil Service. After two months' play at Capri, the top five averages among the men belong to Gary Tunbridge with 264, Jack Smeed 254, Roy Smeed 248, YBC'er Ken Kurtz 247 and Sam Girardi 247 YBC star Linda Maleomson sports the top average among the gals at 242 with Dianne Violini second at 239 followed by Bea Salmon at 238, Jeanette Smeed 235 and Jean Christie 234 Gary Tunbridge holds high single of 403 and high three of among the men with Mavis Turtle's 393 single and Violini't 911 triple tops among the women. Youth must be served and that was the case in the Remembrance Day best ball, doubles tourna- ment as 13-year-old Harvie Pocza and 16-year-old Linda Maleomson combined for a four-game pinfall of in their last game they rolled 418 with 11 strikes and a spare John Kovacs and Reg Arnold were second with followed by Doreen Wilson and Jim Higa at and Merle Bunnage and Tino luvale at There were a flock of top efforts in league play for the week Highlights were Bill Jensen's 302 in Senior Citizens, Joe Tollin 305, Bob Costanzo 308 and 785 and an 839 triple by Tino luvale in Knights of Columbus, Kim Kovacs 312, Sam Girardi 316 and 847, Sig Dobler 312, Dave Smeed 329 and 892, Roy Smeed an 805 triple, Steve Gangur 811 and Lew Mills 828 in Gordie's, John Rempel 312 and 832, Frank Turtle 323 and Darrel Lagler 312 and 775 in Green's, Kyoto Shigehiro 305 in JCCA, John Erickson 324 and a solid 808 in Civil Service and Darrel Lagler 778, Rick Barva 762 and Ken Kurtz 818 in Young Adults. The gals stealing the spotlight were Pat Jarvie's 325 and 841 and Barb Scattergood's 293 and 787 in Higa's, Dorothy Sorensen 332 and Lil Holt's 294 in Juniors, Alice Kolibas' 207 in MartLnizmg, Dianne Vio- lini's 352 and 911 in Green's, Joyce Marsden's 335 in Eagles, Isabel Orsten's 330 and 746 in Sundquist Construction, Bunny Anderson's 312 and Sally Trone's 297 in Doug's and Lori Palmarchuk's 314 in Young Adults. Oddities of the Hiobert sparing a head- pin in Sundquist and Mas Shigehiro performing the same feat in JCCA. up the scrimmage so badly I decided to get tough. "Don Lever was really flying on his skates, but the other guys got on him and laughed at him so he quit. You couldn't blame the he wants to be part of the team. I made them put their sticks on the bench and than had them skate with- out them for the rest of the practice." Stasiuk later admitted that he "blew his cool" during the practice and said: "I told a couple of those guys they didn't have a gut in their body. "Maybe that was he said Sunday. Stasiuk and Poile held a long meeting Saturday and the re- sult of their discussion became apparent in Saturday's game, a 4-3 win over the Penguins. Stasiuk used only three for- ward lines and four defencemen throughout the game, instead of the four lines and six defence- men he has been using. He also used mainly veteran players, with rookies Jim Har- greaves and John Wright seeing little action and rookie Larry Bolonchuk not dressed. Boudrias and Dave Balon, who have been idle much of this season, both got plenty of ice time. The message seemed clear: if lhe veterans are unhappy, let's put the ball in their court and see how they produce. Red Deer BrumMltr Calgary Edmonton The Pass Lelhbrldgj Kings entertain Devils tonight The two southern Alberta clubs, who1 are holding onto the bottom rungs of the Alberta Junior Hockey League ladder, will lace each other at the Hen- derson Lake Ice Centre tonight. The faltering Crowsnest Pass Bed Devils will pay the strug- gling Lethbridge Sugar Kings a visit for an encounter which should provide plenty of action. In their three previous meet- ings this season the Red Devils have come up as victors, drop- ping the local squad 8-5, 4-2 and 8-2. These three victories have helped the Red Devils furnish a 5-13 record for a fifth place standing in the six-team AJHL while the Sugar Kings sport a 3-12 record to rest in the league- cellar. The Red Devils are currently on a long losing streak and l be out to stop the Kings in order to get back into conten- tion. On the other hand, the Kings have been struggling all sea- son .with wins coming about every fifth game.' They1 earned only two deci- sions in the month of October and one hi four starts this month. It'll be a short season for the Kings if they can't shorten the intervals between victories. Meanwhile other league games will be staged tonight. Drumheller will travel to Cal- gary while Red Deer will host Edmonton. More sport on page 12 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR L T F A Pis. 'I 3 0.111 it 28 9 6 0 83 79 IB B 9 0 97 EO 1 7 11 0 M B4 1 5 13 0 61 93 10 3 12 0 50 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division RON LOW Low to head LDA dinner The 5th annual LDS Father and Son Athletic Awards Ban- quet has been set for Jar.uary 13, at the Lethbridge Commu nity College. For the second year in a row Ron Low of Coaldale will be the master of ceremonies. Winner of the LDS Sportsman of the year award last year, Ron prov- ed a great success behind the mike at last year's dinner. He played high school basket- ball with the Cardston Cougars and was also active In softbaV circles, and maintains an active interest in the church sports pro- gram. Guests for the head table, In- cluding a father and son com- bination and a special LDS athlete, will be announced in ,hc coming weeks prior to the dinner. Dinner chairman Bill Bin- ning has announced that tickets will be available at apiece, he same as last year, and can be purchased at Stubbs Phar- m acy, Dougs and Thriftway )rugs on the north side. Berger evaluates learn Will Etcheverry stay? MONTREAL (CP) Sam Jergct, owner of Montreal has started to cval- iate the performance of his Ca- nadian Football Loaguc club vcr the past season with an ye to rebuilding for next year. The Als won only four of their regular-season games this ear. They were eliminated rom the Eastern Football Con- crcncc playoffs in Ottawa Sat- rdny when they dropped a 14- 1 decision lo the Rough Riders. The Riders now meet Ham- ilton Tiger-Cats in the EFC fi- nal. Borficr said Monday his cval nation is under way, but he did not know when any changes will be forthcoming. He also said he Is assessing the job done by Sam Etche- verry, coach the last three years. There has speculation that Etcheverry will hc let go. The Aloucllcs won the Grey MAGRATH GOLF CLUB Annual Fall Meeting Tuesday, Nov, Nth 7.30 p.m. LIONS HALL, MAGRATH AGENDA: 1972 FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND ELECTION OF 1973 EXECUTIVE Mooting Is open to the General Public especially proionl Golf Club membtn Cup in 1970 in EtchevTiny's first year as coach. Prior Lo the start of the 1972 season, Berger moved the club from the Autostade at the site of Expo 67 to mid- Molson Stadium in the hope of jacking up flagging at- tendance. But the move to the seat facility at McGill Univer- sity failed lo pay off. The Als played most of their home games before fans. The team appeared wracked by dissension. Defensive coach Bob Ward left the pro-season camp, labell- i n g Etchevorry an "in- competent Borgcr replaced gcncrnl man- ager Rod O'Quinn with the lat- ler's assistant, J. I. Albrecht. Reports of dissension between the players and the coaching staff erupted, with Elcheyerry vowing to got "rid of reportedly act to undermine him and the team. 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