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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Harvey leads east lone unanimous selection November 1t73 TMf UTNMUOOI HERALD-If TORONTO John a cast-off from the is the only unanimous choice on the Eastern Foot- ball Conference all-star team. The exciting Montreal Alouette running the EFC nominee for the out- standing player award in the Canadian Football .was one of eight Alouettes named to the team today by the Football Reporters of Canada. Toronto Argonauts placed six players on the team while Ottawa Rough who finished first in the and last place Hamilton tiger- Cats had five players each selected. Notable absentees from last year's all-star squad included Carney. .the out- standing player in Canada in rookie of the 'year and Jim Still runner-up as the 1972 lineman of the year. Voting figures were not re- leased. The FRC said only that Harvey was the sole un- animous pick. Alouettes joining Harvey on the offensive team were wide receiver Johnny EFC nominee for rookie of the tackle Dan Yochum and guard Ed George. Tackle Gord end Carl linebacker Mike Widger and halfback Dickie -Harris were the Alouettes selected to the defensive squad. Others named to the offen- sive baickfield were Toronto quarterback Joe running backs Andy Hopkins of Hamilton and Jim Evenson of the Riders and wide receiver Eric Allen of the Argos. The offensive line included Hamilton's Tony Gabriel at tight BiJl and Yokum at George and Ticats' Ed Chalupka at guard and Paul Desjardins of centre. Ottawa's Rudy Sims joined Judges at tackle on the defen- sive alignment with Crennell and Jim Corrigal of Toronto at ends. Jerry a near- unanimous selection at middle was flanked by Widger and Gene Mack of Toronto. Rounding out the defensive backfield were Ot- tawa's Dick Adams and Al Tim Anderson of Toronto and Lewis Porter of Hamilton.' Kicking specialists were not chosen. dropped by Sas- katchewan Roughriders and Winnipeg before joining the held a grudge against the Winnipeg club. During a game against the Blue Bombers at the Autostad in who averaged 7.5 yards a carry in regular-season snowed his scorn for Winnipeg by fir- ing the ball at the Bombers' bench after scoring a touchdown in the Als' 34-7 romp. playing his first season in the gained JOHNNY RODGERS JIM EVENSON Minor hockey The Blades scored a pair of goals in each of the first two periods and skated to a 4-2 vic- tory over the Lions in a Ban- tam B contest Tuesday night. Randy Vanee and Jeff Johnson tallied for the Blades in the opening period 'while Gary Tokariuk and Michael Coghlin added singles in the second. Brian Robinson scored two goals in a losing cause. In a Bantam A Fred Thomson rifled in four goals and propelled the Lethbridge Islanders to an easy 9-0 win over the Fort Macleod Royals. Duane Ptycia chipped in with a pair of markers while singles came off the sticks of Walter Rod Snopek and Mike DeHeer. -NATIONAL COURTESY CARD LEASING The motor vehicle described on the back of this identifi- cation Card has been leased from a Ford Authorized Leasing System of Canada Lessor It would be appreciated if every courtesy including prompt and quality service and any appropriate fleet discounts on parts be extended to the operator of this vehicle. l Identification Predictable Com Can Include FREE'S InvMtiMrtt toMttwntttO. AdtpubM to Individual M Current EMjr way to get eecond car Contact our toMlng tfopt. tor the one rale Division of TABER LTD. LEASING 223-3537 024 yards along the se- cond in the EFC to Hopkins's 1.223. The Montreal gained his yardage. on 137 carries compared with 223 by the Hamilton workhorse. Theismann won a close with quarterbacks from all four Eastern Conference teams being named on ballots. Allen. Gabriel. Corrigal. vyidger. .Mack. and Adams were repeaters from the 1972 team. Magrath hoop tourney set The last minute for the fifth annual Magrath High School Boys' Basketball Tour- nament have been finalized and will get under way as scheduled this weekend. Eight southern Alberta high school basketball teams will take'part in the two-day event which opens up with -four games Friday night and concludes with seven more Saturday. Tjie eight teams par- ticipating in the annual affair will-include the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Cardston Stirling Lethbridge Catholic Central Taber.W. R. Myers Lethbridge Winston Churchill Raymond Comets and the host Zeniths. The C.C.H.S. Cougars and Stirling Lakers will officially open the modified double- knockout tourney Friday night at'five o'clock while the L.C.I. Rams and Raymond Comets will follow immediately after at The host Zeniths and Taber Trotters will see action for the first time at eight o'clock while the Raymond Comets and W.C.H.S. Bulldogs will conclude the night's proceedings at The winners of the opening round will then continue in the championship bracket while the losers will be relegated to the consolation bracket. Action will continue Satur- day morning with the two con- solation semi-final tilts set for 10 o'clock and while the championship semi-finals' will follow in the afternoon at one o'clock and Billie Jean upset with challenges NEW YORK Billie Jean King said Tuesday she was disappointed that Margaret Court and Rosemary Casals might take up challenges .to meet Bobby Riggs on the tennis court. far as I'm the issue is she said at a luncheon in New York. beat him and that's the end. money and recognition for Margaret and Rosie and they say 'you won so who are you to but I turned him down twice. He forced me into it. also know that Rosie is looking for a lot of attention right but I think playing Bobby might be the wrong avenue. Besides we'd just be helping him and if one of them lost we'd be right back where we It was reported earlier that Riggs had set up a rematch with Mrs. Court in Australia. in February and was negotiating a match with Miss Casals. Mrs. Court was whipped by Riggs in his first battle of the sexes tennis hustle on Mothers Day. Miss a constant critic of the 55-year-old gave him a good tongue- lashing as a television color commentator for the Riggs- King match. The consolation final has been set for a five o'clock while the third place final goes at and the cham- pionship final at eight o'clock. All games will be staged at the Magrath High School gym. Laker foursome makes it OTTAWA Four members of the Lethbridge who won' the Alberta senior baseball title after winning the southern pennant in the Alberta Major Baseball Tuesday were named to the Canadian team- which will compete in the world baseball championships in Nicaragua. infielders Marty and Bob outfielder Wayne Commodore and outfielder-pitcher Rod Taylor all earned berths with the Canadian team that will play its first game next Tuesday. The championships will end Dec. 1. It was also proposed Tues- day that Canada bid to hold the 1975 Intercontinental Baseball Cup a spokesman for the Canadian Amateur Baseball Association said. The proposal to hold tfie international tournament in Fredericton and Montreal will be made next week-at a congress of the World Amateur Baseball Association during this year's tour- nament. Manager of the 1973 team participating is Andrew Pratte of Montreal. Wayne Port is coach. Other members of the selecting at the Daytona Beach training camp Mike Phil Fred Greg Van- Brian Frederic- Syd Mike Doug Regina. Bill Ted Wayne New West- John Lon- David Brian Christian Dick Ed- monton and Gary B.C. RCMP groups meet head on This is not to tell you that the highways between Calgary and Lethbridge will be safe to speed on Thursday night. if you would like to see the members of the Lethbridge and Calgary RCMP detachments take it on their respective be at the Nanton Arena at Other games are planned throughout the south this winter in preparation for a province-wide tournament in Lethbridge in February. Carry Zenith hopes Magrath Zeniths will play host to seven of the shoulders left to Tim Ted top high school basketball teams in Southern Alberta Kevin Ron Marker and Cam Wilde. Jn this Friday and Saturday in their annual the plotting weekend strategy is coach Ray Carrying the hopes of the host school squarely on their Stevenson. Gotta won't suspend players questioned for stolen cars OTTAWA Coach Jack Gotta said Tuesday he will not suspend any of the players said to be involved in a stolen car ring. Gotta said he has assured the players they have no worry on the so that all hands well be available for Sunday's Eastern Football Conference final against Montreal Alouettes. it has become a joke with the Gotta said. It's keeping the guys to- Gotta also said will be no in Ottawa of the Mack Herron case. an all-star running back with Winnipeg Blue was charged with marijuana possession last April. He was released by Bombers before disposition of his case and waived the Canadian Football League. He now plays with New England Patriots of the 'National Football League. Earlier this year he pleaded guilty to the charges and was fined In Toronto CFL com- missioner Jake Gaudaur said he has assurances from Ot- tawa owner David Loeb and general manager Frank Clair that no charges have yet been laid against any of the players. Gaudaur said even if charges are it is not a matter of action for his office. League rules do not call for players to be suspended when they are charged or convicted of a criminal offence. Ottawa and Toronto police conferred with the Crown at- torney's office Tuesday to disr cuss the possible laying of charges against some 24 per- all believed linked with the stolen car ring. But a source in the Crown attorney's office told reporters it wasn't likely that any football player would be charged. In addition to Rough Rider one Montreal Alouette is said to have been questioned by police in the af- fair. Rumors that some of the Riders may be involved in a car theft ring started about a month ago. The club was aware of the rumors and ap- parently was satisfied all was well. Meanwhile Riders got some good news from their club doctors. Defensive end Wayne Smith is strong and healthy after breaking his arm some time ago and is available for full-time duty against Als. a Halifax will join Rudy Tom Laputka and Jim Piakoski on Riders front leaving Charlie Brandon free to return to the offensive lineup. Riders don't feel there are any serious weaknesses on the offensive line but Brandon will find a spot somewhere. don't know where we'll use him said Gotta. he will be in there and in there a Defensive coach George Brancato said Riders will concentrate on taking outside running away as did Toronto Argonauts last Sunday. Montreal was able to run in- side on Argos but Brancato ex- go With the same idea but our defences are a lit- tle different and we shouldn't. have as much trouble with the inside stuff. have bigger defensive a bigger middle line- backer in Gerry Campbell and Mark Kosmos at times can line up almost as a defensive end. can have Kosmos com- ing on and while we'll be giv- ing up a little on the I think we can compensate for it.'-' AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE FULL 4 PLY TIRES blackball rcgglar blockwall inow lire 600-12 600-13 Whittwolli Moic THRU THIS WEEKEND CUSTOM CUSTOM Mil M78- J 78- ire mounting CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE Strong Dependable flJde Rugged Nylon Cord Durable Quality an SAL Regular Tire Guaranteed MILES OR 24 MONTHS HALLMARK I if road haicrda and WITH- OUT LIMIT TO MONTHS OH MILfS. Christmas Gift Exclusively et Leo Singer's... 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