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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LETHDRIDQE HERALD November 1973 SUNNY SAN DIEOO IKCUL1- Hi 2-WEEK HOUMVt Cattery prtoea1 poreon in- ctudtog Air end IXTMt. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTBIVILLAOiMALL Huskies9 head coach blasts CFL scouting HALIFAX Al head coach of St. Mary's says Canadian Foot- ball League teams do such a poor job of scouting Canadian college teams that he could get his water boy drafted by a CFL club. Keith said in an interview clubs keep looking for guys who have gone to the U.S. to play college ball. my four years the only CFL scout I have seen down here is Greg Barton of Toronto usually get calls from CFL teams a week before they hold their college draft and they ask me if I have any players. We could recommend the water boy or a third-string defensive back and they would probably get Keith has been head coach MacDonald score three each THE CANADIAN PRESS Three-goal performances were in vogue in the National Hockey League Tuesday night. Centreman Garry linger provided three for St. Louis who defeated Van- couver Canucks 3-1 and emerged in a tie with Chicago Black Hawks for third place in the West Division. Lowell MacDonald's production was more spec- tacular in Pittsburgh Penguins' 5-2 victory over Minnesota North Stars in the only other game scheduled. MacDonald pumped three shots past Minnesota goalie Cesar Maniago in slightly more than four minutes in the second but despite the victory the Penguins remain- ed two points behind St. Louis and Chicago. shifted from right to left wing on a line cen- tred by Syl started his flurry after Danny Grant gave the North Stars a 1-0 first-pe- riod lead. Al McDonough was reunited with Apps and MacDonald and the switch paid off for coach Ken Schinkel as both Apps and McDon-iJgh contributed a goal. For it was the fifth time in his career that he scored three goals in one game. And it was his third such effort on behalf of the Blues. It surpassed his single- game for goals last although his total was a respectable 41. Unger got off to a slow start Miners earn win Four players figured in the scoring as the Miners' Library doubled the score 4-2 over the Lethbridge Community 'College in a City Recreation Hockey League game staged -at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre Monday night. Garry Tex Richard Chnllack and Ken Hammersted fired in a goal apiece to lead the Miners to victory while Norm Michaelis and Jim Hees replied for the L.C.C. Meanwhile in another league Ken Button and Greg Hamilton scored two goals apiece and paced Purity Bottling to a 5-3 win over the Labor Club. Tom Yip added a singleton in the hard-fought decision while Don Klinkhammer with two and Gary Sindlinger with one tallied for the Labor Club. this with only two goals prior to Tuesday night's game. The now have lost only once in their last six games. It was the third con- secutive setback for the Ca- nucks. There are seven games with Boston Bruins at Montreal Toronto Maple Leafs at California Golden the Black Hawks at New York Buffalo Sabres at Atlanta Vancouver at Minnesota and Philadelphia Flyers at Los Angeles Kings. Victories continue to gush from Edmonton Oilers at a record-breaking pace in the World Hockey Association. The Oilers muzzled Los Angeles Sharks 4-0 Tuesday night for their llth consecutive one more than the number set last season by Winnipeg Jets. And in consolidating their lead in the Western the Oilers got help from Hous- ton who beat second- place Minnesota Saints and from an unexpected Vancouver who snuffed out Winnipeg Jets 5-3 The victory by the Blazers broke a 10-game losing streak They last won over Chicago Cougars Oct 20. The Cougars were losers again bowing to Cleveland Crusaders 5-2 in the only other scheduled game. PITTSBURGH MINNESOTA 2 period 1. Grant 8 Penalties Schock Oliver Gibbs Second period 2. McDonald 7 3. McDonald 8 4. McDonald 9 5. Glbbs 4 6. Apps Penalties Lalonde D. Hextall Lynch Third period 7. McDonough 6 Penalty B. Hextall en goal by Mlnneeota 16 11 PHttburgh 8 IS ST. LOUIS 6. VANCOUVER 1 First period 1. St. Unger 3 2. St. Louis Merrick 6 R. 3. St. Unger 4 Penalties Merrick Dalley Kelly Merrick Second period 4 St. B. Plager 2 5. St. Kelly 7 6. Van- Korab 2 Penalties Korab Dunn Barclay Plager Durbano mis- game misconduct Daily R. Plager Third period 7. St. Unger 4 Penalties B. Plager Dalley on goal by Vancouver 7 14 St. Louia 18 SNOW BLOWERS 2M Briggi Stnrtton H.P. 1 CyMnoWi 4 Cjrcto fMlw liiy AeUH f efty wHHerlnd 'Deep Grip Urn 'Aygei MM-Off Electric Start end PfOW OAfJf 499 .00 International Harvester SALES A SERVICE CENTRE 304 Stafford MhbridM 327.9125 at St. Mary's for three years and his teams have been in the Atlantic Bowl each of those years. This Saturday they play host for the event to Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks of Ont. The winner goes on to the college Bowl. Keith also feels that unless the CFL changes its import rules there may never be an- other Canadian quarterback. Jackson of Ottawa and Frank Cosentino of the Argos may well have been the last two Canadians to quarter- back in the College coaches have often criticized the CFL for poor scouting of Canadian universi- ty teams. Among the com- plaints Selection of ineligible lower salaries for Canadian college tryouts at positions other than those played in college and little encour- agement to come to training camp. Keith thinks a step toward resolving these and other problems may be forthcoming when Canada's football family gets together during Grey Cup weekend Nov. 26-27 in Toron- to. At the urging and backing of Sports the the Canadian Amateur Football Association and the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union will hold a meeting and Keith hopes it will be a business rather than a social session. The lack of Canadian quarterbakcs in the once a common is another thing Keith would like changed. Currently CFL teams are allowed 14 one desig- nated import and an extra quarterback. this rule had been in ef- fect 10 or 15 years we would never have seen Cana- dians like Jackson or Cosen- tino as Keith says. the CFL teams have Americans as their starting and back-up quarterbacks. Canadians don't have a chance under the current rules. Last year the Argos drafted two top Canadian college quarter- Wayne Allison of Laurier and Barry Findlay of McMaster. Both of them are now defensive Keith says there are several ways the CFL could go about making it possible for Cana- dians to become quarter- backs. One possible solution would be to include the extra quarterback in the 14 encouraing CFL- clubs to use a Canadian as a backup signal-caller. Another possibility is to allow CFL clubs to put several American quarterbacks on their practice roster but only one American would be able to dress for a making the other quarterback a Canadian. U of L teams in action The University of Lethbridge will have a pair of varsity teams in action tonight. In one sporting the U of L hockey team will host the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Trojans in an Alberta College Athletic Conference Hockey League game while in the the male varsity hoop players will entertain Great Falls Argonauts in an exhibition basketball tilt. The ACACHL encounter will get underway at at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre while the basketball match is planned for an eight o'clock start at the U of L gym. BURROW SIDELINED ATLANTA Wide receiver Ken leading pass receiver for Atlanta will miss the remainder of the 1973 National Football League season to undergo another neck says head coach Norm Van Brocklin. suffering from a cer- vical spine nerve root had an operation on his neck May 1 and missed most of the Falcon's pre-season training camp. The Herald- Sports Offloi FsnHsn LM. UwrUwlTNiM.1 m-7411 FILING CABINETS O'Sullivan covers up Rookie Darcy O'Sullivan covers Brent McCracken of the Pass Red Devils in front of the net Tuesday night. a defenceman turned moved in when Brad Cox went to Longhorns drop decision to Pass the corner. The Red Devils upended the Longhorns 4-1 in Alberta Junior Hockry League action at Henderson Ice Centre. The Pass Red Devils and John Chapman carry a grudge to the limit it would seem. Lethbridge struggling in the depths of the cellar of the Alberta Junior Hockey outshot and most times outplayed the Red Devils Tuesday night at Henderson Ice Centre but came out on the short end of a M count. The Longhorns have defeated the Devils once this year by a 4-3 count in a game first protested by the Longhorns and then appealed by the Devils. A disallowed goal brought about the grudge and the Devils seem to have long memories of the setback. with just three watched as the battling Calgary Canucks and Red Deer Rustlers for first place in the took advantage of every opportunity Tuesday for the win. The who moved into a first place tie with the tired just 20 shots at Dale Emmelkamp in the Lethbridge net but were good on one in five all night. The Longhorns managed just one marker in 29 shots. John Hawkins and Gary Adamert gave the Devils all the cushion they needed to chalk up their llth win of the season with unanswered first period goals. Hawkins opened the scoring at 10.34 and Adamert notched the winner at Insurance markers went to Pete McMahon and Wayne Turner. McMahon scored at the mark of the second while Turner simply iced the cake at of the third. Bernie Syrenne accounted for the lone Longhorn score at of the final stanza. The two clubs were guilty of eight minor infractions in the Bucks play tough ASSOCIATED PRESS Milwaukee Bucks have lost just once in 16 National Basketball Association games and are the owners of a 13- game winning streak. Oscar Robertson scored 18 points Tuesday night in Mil- waukee's 108-100 victory over Portland Trail Blazers. Lucius Allen of Milwaukee led both teams in points Elsewhere in the Houston Rockets romped over Philadelphia '76ers Phoenix Suns beat Chicago Bulls Buffalo Braves defeated Atlanta Hawks 121- New York Knicks squeez- ed by Seattle SuperSonics 104- and Golden State Warriors pounded Cleveland Cavaliers 128-115. In the American Basketball New York Nets blasted Memphis Tarns 108-92 and Denver Rockets crushed Indiana Pacers 127-109. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had 21 points and Bob Dandridge 17 as part of the Bucks' balanced attack. Geoff Petrie was high scorer for Portland with 23 points. cleanly-played contest. The Devils got the nod on five penalties. Longhorns are at home for two games this weekend. They host Edmonton Mets Saturday and Drumheller Falcons Sun- day evening. The Saturday game goes at with Sun- day's set for seven o'clock. In Blairmore the Devils will meet Drumheller Saturday at and Edmonton Sunday at two. Meanwhile veteran centre Terry Wittchen of Red Deer Rustlers has taken over a share of the scoring lead in the League. Statistics released by the league Tuesday for games through last weekend show Wittchen with 28 points on 10 goals and 18 assists. That was good for a one-point over McMahon of the Red leader for the last two weeks. However McMahon scored once fuesday night. McMahon now has 10 goals and 18 assists. Randy Joevenazzo of Lethbridge Longhorns is third with 26 one more than Roger Mitchell of Drumheller Falcons. Rod Carlson of Red Deer leads the goalies with a 3.33 goals-against average and team-mate Erie Switzer leads in penalties with 91 minutes. THE PASS LETHBRIDQE 1 Flril period 1. The Hawkins 2. The Adamert Penalties Christensen. Second period 3. The McMahon Penalties Murray. Third period 4. The Turner 5. Syrenne Penalties Lestrander. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Red Deer The Pass 11 11 6 5 0 0 84 65 63 53 22 22 20 Edmonton Drumheller 8 6 10 1 66 83 13 7 WORLD Eail Dlvlilon O A Ha Mm RD 10 18 28 4 McMahon. Pass 10 18 28 11 L 9 17 26 32 D 14 11 25 8 Bembridge. 0 13 11 24 8 RD 14 9 23 23 Cal 12 11 23 14 Bowles. RD 11 11 22 20 Messier. Edm 11 10 21 9 Cal 10 11 21 67 Cal 6 15 21 9 Lelh 13 7 20 64 Cal 11 9 20 6 Cal 8 12 20 2 D 7 13 20 16 Lassiter. RD 6 14 20 23 N Toronto Houston L. Ang. Van NATIONAL Boston Montreal Buffalo..... Toronto NY Rangers Vancouver... NY Isld Detroit Eaat Dlviiion W L T F A PU 1 68 45 21 2 41 32 18 1 47 46 17 4 52 38 16 3 45 37 1 33 42 10 8 6 6 5 5 2 4 13 11 7 31 42 11 1 43 63 9 West Division Phila......... 10 5 0 46 22 20 Atlanta 7 3 4 40 32 18 St. Louis...... 6' 5 3 40 33 15 Chicago...... 5 4 5 36 23 15 Pitts........... 5 6 3 37 56 13 L. 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