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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 14, 1974 DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA 18 day eicortod tour Depart Lvthbrldge January 16, 1975 February 15, 1975 Priced at only 00 per perion double occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 32B-3201 Herald' Sports Pat Sullivan Eskimos 27-24 Sunday The feeling amongst most of the people I have talked to regarding Sunday s Canadian Football League western final is that it would only be justice for Edmonton Eskimos to earn their second straight berth in the national final What most fans feel is that with even one healthy quarter back in last year s Grey Cup the Esks would have beaten Ottawa Rough Riders The general consensus, and mind you this is from a hardy western standpoint is that the Eskimos should be given a se- cond chance to bring the Grey Cup to Edmonton Things however do not work that way Just because a team loses one vear they do not get a guarantee that they will be back the next time around Quite the contrary, the row gets that much harder to hoe Eskimos are one win awav from reaching their second straight Grey Cup final However large green and white hurdles stand in their way in the persons of the Saskatchewan Roughnders Last year and this mark only the second time the Eskimos have been in the western final since 1960 so you can see the drought awaiting a Grey Cup title has been a lengthy one Edmonton enjoyed home field advantage last year and will again this time around The difference this year is that the Eskimos won it decidely over the season not on their won lost record with the Roughies over the year Had it come to that the advantage would still fall Edmonton s way as they won two of three this year 31-7 and 24-18 as compared to Regina s lone win 2423 Eskimos are particularity anxious to meet Ottawa again The Igloo dwellers from our capital have been stopped by the eastern Roughies the last two times they have been in the Grey Cup In 1973 they lost 22-18 and back in 1960 it was 16-7 Edmonton followers feel this is the year With the national classic in Vancouver the Esks can expect a partisan west crowd Tney may be right But then again, Saskatchewan sup- porters can look to the same advantage should they make it Saskatchewan journeyed to the Grey Cup in Hamilton in 1972 only to lose to the host Tiger Cats on the last play of the game The Riders lost to Ottawa 19-11 in 1969 and Hamilton 24-1 in 1967 They last won the Grey Cup in 1966, 29-14 over Ottawa Statistics are simply there for the use of comparisons With such being the case tnere seems little to choose between the two western clubs although they do sway slightly in Edmonton's favor Eskimos scored 345 points, 40 more than the Roughies and allowed 247 as compared to 289 for Saskatchewan Riders held the upper hand in total offence with a 4 927 total Eskimos had a 4 489 final log Dave Cutler of the Esks was the leading scorer in the CFL with 144 points but Saskatchewan s George Reed led all rushers with 1 447 yards You can t discount Edmonton s Roy Bell or Calvin Harrell Beil totalled 1 341 yards rushing while Harrell only galloped for 626 but scored nine touchdowns If the one game showdown boils down to quarterbacks, )t should be a dandv Tom Whkinson of the Eskimos boasts the best completion record of the two as he hit on 173 of 262 for a very respectable 66 per cent average He also hit for 13 majors Ron Lancaster probably the best money player in the CFL when the chips are down has come into his own of late and finished the season with 20 touchdowns and a 56 per cent average on 222 completions in 395 attempts As they say, statistics make for good conversation but the only ones that count are on the Scoreboard when the final gun sounds Look for Edmonton to prevail 27 24 Sundav Lee Phillips top rookie Tallon dislocates his hip VANCOUVER (CP) Dale Tallon's dislocated hip, suf- fered in National Hockey League action here Tuesday night could keep the Chicago Black Hawk centre and defenceman out of action for a couple of months, an attending physician said Wednesday Dr D Ross McNaught said he expects Tallon, listed in fairly good condition in hospital in nearby New West- minster can be released in a few days to return to Chicago Tallon was carried from the ice on a stretcher in the se- cond period after trying un- successfully to split the Van- couver Canuck defence of Mike Robitaille and Tracy Pratt in Chicago's 1-0 loss to Vancouver 'Tracy spun him around and I got a real solid hip into him, Robitaille recalled "I thought I heard something pop Tallon was the Canucks' top amateur draft choice for the team's first NHL season, 1970- 71 and was traded in May 1973 to Chicago for Jerry Korab and Gary Smith CLARENCE CAMPBELL CONCERNED Officials under criticism, most don't enjoy static Lee Phillips the 29 year old Canadian steer wrestling champion from Carseland was named the American Rodeo Cowboys Association rookie of the vear for 1974 Phillips who placed 19th in the world steer wrestling standings with 861 won over S12 000 this year roping calves and wrestling steers EDMONTON (CP) Some criticism of officials is justified, says Jim Pyper, a veteran Canadian Football League official, but he's human and he doesn't like it "I tell my younger officials that if they re in it for the money, forget he said in an interview "A lot of the people we have officiating m the CFL are making a year and don t need it' Every season, officials draw at least their share of abuse from fans, players, coaches and managers 'There are times it's just and times it's said Harold Ferguson, a telephone executive in Edmonton Ferguson said money isn't important "but it would be nice to be getting paid what most of us think we are worth CFL officials treat of- ficiating as an economic sideline Pyper is an employee of the Edmonton school board Lome Larson of Calgary is a geologist and Syd Bercov of Edmonton a lawver YOU CAW1 5 weekdays of skiing 5 weeknights accommodation LQ4F At HOME FOR THAT! 5 spectacular days of skiing at three world-famous resorts plus 5 nights accommodation in Lake Louise Sunshine Village, vast reaches of above-timberlme snow (400 of it a Mount fi or quay, one of North America's greatest expert mountains, as as fine and intermediate facilities Kas Vidruk of Winnipeg is head of physical education for the Manitoba department of education, Jim Lysack is superintendent of the Regina engineering department Don Kent of Regina has a dec- torate m geology Merv Pill- Draft change coming OTTAWA (CP) Govern- ment representatives met professional and amateur hockey officials Tuesday in Toronto to discuss the draft of underage players Gordon Juckes, executive director of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association said Wednesday No decisions were reached but more meetings are plann- ed in the near future, he said Among those in attendance were Clarence Campbell president of the National Hockev League Ben Hatskin, chairman of the World Hockey Association board of gover nors Bob Giroux assistant deputy minister to Health Minister Marc Lalonde. and Jack Devine CAHA president Juckes said the meeting was called at the request of the CAHA Mr Giroux presided Although he declined to relate definite details Juckes did sav the meeting "had to do with the taking of players before thev finish their junior eligibility During the last professional draft teams picked what they called 'exceptional who were under the draft age but considered good enough Jo plav pro Twentv four were picked and 16 turned professional5; said Juckes This i> damaging to am and jmior i i Canada TCt. OCO Scii 'u I vjf Sena to seCh-nber I 1 I DO0- I "'V I 9-r ut e >2. three mountain 'ares 2600 5si wi'-in cf i i te. i% sAiTiiing arcomixic 7 '-m chalets eauent bus scr.'r-" fl m n {November ic 'nr fi details ctvcK -our t'sv or Or sts November fit to December 19 January to Fctrruwy 8 50 !o 20 ing of Calgary is an oil com- pany executive Don King supervisor of of- ficials for the Western Foot ball Conference said criticism has lessened since instant replays on TV have become common 'There has been a minimum of criticism this year Fa say it has lessened significantly in the last couple of vears The instant replay usually proves us right Most officials think higher salaries would be one way to improve officiating "It might make more people interested said Ferguson If you do that, you might broaden the base The calibre is bound to improve at the top Officials say grading of films, tough examinations and schools for referees linesmen and field judges have had a beneficial effect, but no matter how much improve- ment is noticed, they still will have to live with criticism LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Campbell fears problems, C-2 wrong bill for pros OTTAWA (CP) Clarence Campbell, National Hockey League president, predicts no professional sports league could continue to operate in Canada if proposals for regulating professional and amateur sport in Bill C-2 to es- tablish a business competition policy are enacted Mr Campbell made the statement today in testimony before the Senate banking committee, which is con- ducting public hearings prior to recommending changes to the bill within the next few weeks The bill would bring for the first time all services, including sports under the authority of the Combines Investigation Act It would become an indic- table offence, punishable by a two year jail term, for anyone who conspires, com- bines agrees or arranges with another person" to limit any player s opportunity to par ticipate in a league or to negotiate with and play for the team of his choice Campbell said this would interfere with sports leagues' efforts to maintain balanced competition among member teams The proposals in the bill would result in eventual elimination of all the teams that had less skilled players or inadequate finances to build up its team, he said It is hard to conceive of a single regulation or rule in professional sports that is not basically in direct contraven- tion of the literal text of the Combines Investigation he said Mr Campbell said the NHL feels the proposals for Brock bitter ST LOUIS (AP) Lou Brock is bitter because he didn't win the most-valuable- player award in the National League The St Louis Cardinal out- fielder who stole a record 118 bases finished second to Steve Garvey in the MVP race "If I steal a thousand bases next year and they offer me the MVP, I wouldn't accept Brock said "They (the voting writers) have been con- sistent They have been show- ing consistent bad judgment for three years Cincinnati outfielder Pete Rose was the National League's MVP in 1973, while Reds catcher Johnny Bench won in 1972 Garvey, the Los Angeles Dodgers' first baseman, re- ceived 270 votes to Brock's 233 Garvey also received 13 first-place ballots, while Brock drew eight sialisfs in all ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING VND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REG RINDING T "i f I t v. ui 'or the ii N ruiN )rt bv i i r Ji it s Ji nt 'f bo. r j r to (dil {-r_nk or "27 M27 jflT five Thrr" be no one jl J-K'I snd M IT T r v 1 1 t i 1X3 Tsc snc CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. -Sc-ih Phona 328-81 regulating sports are "so out of harmony with the concept of anti trust legislation that I find it most difficult to un- derstand how this particularly odd section was thrust into an eriuiiiiuub piece of legislation such as the proposed amendments to the Combines Investigation Act He suggested the proposals be removed from Bill C-2 en- tirely "What is required, if anything is the passing of legislation for the protection of the individual player Mr Campbell also took ex- ception to a piovision of the bill that would permit any six persons to request that the director ct investigation and research start an inquiry into any alleged offence The Senate committee intends to hear represen- tations from amateur sports organizations at public hearings next week Chiefs triumph KAMLOOPS, BC (CP) Two quick goals late in the third period stood up in Kamloops Chiefs' 54 win over Fhn Flon Bombers Wednes- day night in Western Canada Hockey League action Terry McDonald, with his second Kamloops goal, snapped a 3-3 tie at 16 53 and Darryl Ferner also with his spcond, scored the winner 18 seconds later Fhn Flon got its final goal at 18 28 from Bob Watson but couldn't find the equalizer Brad Gassoff scored the other Kamloops goal Watson had a pair for Fhn Flon with Rich Gosselm and Kim Davis adding singles The score was tied 3-3 after the second period with the first period scoreless KAMLOOPS 5, FUN FLON 4 First Period No scoring Penalties Lyseng K 4 28 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