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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta I _ THE U1KHRIDC.F HERAUI Turning November 16, 1971 Som AH-Slnr learn ders dominate west squad the offensive team. British C'ol- u in h i a Lions, Saskatchewan Houghriders and the Slamped- crs won two spots each with Edmonton shut oul. There was one lie. Slampcders, wilh by far the beat defensive record in Hie CFL, a similar seven spots on the defensive team with Ed- immlon and Saskatchewan pick- ing up three each and Winnipeg one. B.C. did not place a man and there were two lirs. There were nnly two other unanimous Evcn- i Kniniey on Pres set at'and Friday evening. The from Ore- ctfidal opening is scheduled for Friday. Saturday's action cots under way one o'clock fol- lowed by games at three, fix and the championship effort, at ei gi i Competing, along with the host Kodiaks, will ba PcneJ'cton.. Ore.. Great Falls, Lanqley. B.C., Medicine Hat and Calgary Mount Royal Cougars. Spectators at the lourncv 11 be treated to halftime enter- tainment including tlie 11.' marching troupe, the LCI Hi- i School band, color guaid i id drill teams from the Array Air and Sea Cadet Corps, kar- ate demonstrations and biddy basketball for boys 6-8 years of age. Meanwhile in Magrath eight of the strongest high school teams in southern Alberta will battle for lop honors in the two-day event. Raymond Comets, with coach Boh Gibb at the helm, will be Hjrt, lo defend the title they i J. won last year. The Comets, af- j the their triumph at llagralh, vcit on to capture the South- ern Allwla Ilich School DON JONAS Vnani- inotis choice on All-Stars. son, running hack for R.C., and Pick defensive halfback I Llarke ird wilh Kdiiionlnll. The teams: IliiiiniiiK hacks Jim Even- son, H.C.; (ieorgc Reed, Saskat- chewan; Mack Herron, Winni- pi'R- LaRose, Winnl- peg. J on as, Winnipeg. Swift, Winnipeg, and Basil Bark, Calgarj', tied. Abendschan, Saskatchewan, and Bob Lueck, Winnipeg. Tackles-Bill Frank. Winni- peg, and Ken Sugarman, B.C. Tight Harrison, Calgary. Split Thorpe, Win- nipeg. DEFENCE Helton, Cal- gary, and John LaGrone, Ed- monton. Baker, Saskatche- wan, and Dick Sudcrman, Gal- gin and Craig Koinzan, Cal- gin lied. Middle Harris. Calgarj'. Outside Shaw, Saskatchewan, and Dave Gasscr, Edmonton, and Bob McLaren, Winnipeg, lied Dupuis, Edmon- ton; Frank Andruski, Calgarj'; Larry Calgary; Brace Bennett, Saskatchewan, and Howard Starks, Calgarj'. Jonas, traded by Toronto Ar- j gonauts of the Eastern Confer- ence to Winnipeg in a pre-sea- son deal, scored four touch- downs himself and passed for 27 Canada's truly great rodeo HEADS GUEST LIST Harold Mandeville will be seat- ed at the head table when the annual tDS Father and Son banquet is staged January 15. LDS Dinner set for Jan. 15 Tire violent world of profes- [permit holder, competing along- sional rodeo will be well rep- side his father. title and along with the host i Cougars has taken a five-point Magrath Zeniths represented i lead in the Alberta Junior Hockey League scoring race, it I others. He kicked 40 converts, 115 field goals and 12 singles for Kick Asunder "I Calgary I points to lead the country in tlie south in the Alberta cham- pionships. Two provincial champs will take part in tlie tourcey as Stirling Lakers, the Alberta B champs and C champions, Ihe St. Mary's Warriors are all set to go. Also set to compete are Tabcr W. R. Meyers Globctrot- tu" Leihbridge will send two was announced Monday. Tlie 20-year-old forward has 30 poinls on 11 goals and a league high of in assists. Second is Peter Scrabyk of Edmonton Movers with 25 points, includ- ing 12 goals. I Holding down third is Mike Clarke of Leihbridge Sugar Kings with "2 points, including 12 assists Jim Miller of the clubs, the LCI Rams and Cath- !yovcrs" arai McCrea olic Central Cougars. I and Kcn bolh of the Cougars, coached by share fourth with i Danl, will have one of the tall-121 total scoring. One of his favorite targets was Jim Thorpe, also traded to Winnipeg by the Argos, who fell one vote short of being unani- mous choice as all-star WFC split end. He was 1970 EFC all- star flanker. BEATS OUT LANCASTER To win all-star quarterback recognition, Jonas had to beat Ron Lancaster of Saskatche- wan, who was last year's unani- mous choice, won ilie job Ihrce in five resented at the fourth annual LDS Father and Son Athletic Awards Banquet slated for the Lethbridge Community College Saturday, Jan. 15. Harold Mandeviile, one of row aTld o[ tnc was dloson boys and his son Bryan, com- peting in nis first full have been named to the head I able. A father and son, who com- pete in the same sport, are a new feature at this year's ban- quet. Harold has held eight Canadian rodeo championships, including the all around, bareback bronc riding, calf roping, steer wrest- ling and steer decorating crowns. He has also competed in Ihe bull riding, finishing as high as third in the standings. A life member of the Cana- FLIN AND GAMES Rookie torry Willingham of the St. touis Cardinals gets knock- ed for a spin en this kickoff return Monday evening against San Diego Chargers in Nat- ional Football League action. The Charger responsible for setting Willingham on his ecr was Lee Themes Son Diego scored on the finoi play of the game lo beat the Cardinals 20-17. est and experienced clubs in the tournament and have been roied as co-favorites. Lirdston Cougars round out (lie entries in the weekend af- fair. Tim Totlestrup will direct his club's chances. Games begin Friday evening at five with four games set pm. as they visit the opening night. Saturday play j Leihbridge Sugar Kings tonight. i each. Bob Murray of Ihe Cougars, tied for lltih place, leads Ihe league in goals with 13. McCrea leads penalty parade wilh minutes. Meanwhile, ths Calgary Can- ucks try and break their second place tie with the Red gets under at a.m. and continues throughout the day with the primary final ready to go at Is more expansion On tils other hand, the home- standing Sugar Kings have their foot in (he right direction as they'll strive to got a winning streak going. In their last en- counter they whallopcd the cel- lar dwelling Dnimhellcr Fal- Canada's outstanding player in Hugh McKinnis of Calgary, unanimous choice at running back last year, got only two votes this missed last time. Reed, who Dear's list after five successive years on the team, is back. Evenson returns for a fourth connecutive year. Herron and LaRose are newcomers at back and flanker respectively. Selectors, who had picked the now-retired Ted Unless of Sas- katchewan at centre for six con- secutive years, couldn't decide between Swift and Bark as a successor. Bill Frank, for the second Vancouver fans not at all happy Action will pet under way at I year in a row. dominated voting NEW YORK i API Boston Bruins scored 11 goals against Los Angeles Kings, a Na- tional Hockey League expan- sion team. Sunday r.ighf. New York Hangers scored six goals and Vancou- ver Canucks, a NHL ex- pansion team, Sunday night. the Mil, is .-idding two more expansion tr-anis next season and for tv.o more in i Question: What's mi tore? Clarence f'anirtlH'll. dcnt of the NHL, has said that the quality of play finer- 111" league started expanding has Ixien diluted. And after Sun- day nigiit, he getting r.o not from the Vancouver people. "The-.' all talk about par- chuckled Trait. r. former NHL defcnceinan who now is an assistant vice presi- dent with the "Well. I'll fll you --fine- Pratt continued. "Par- ity is a joke. You'll never we parity in sports." Pratt and Canucks' coaeli Hal Laycoe were still feeling the string of the Ranger as- sault. "Thai wasn't hockey lasl night.'1 noted Laycoe, ''but you know, 1 think the fans enjoyed it. They wanted I more." "It reminded said j Pratt, "of the New j ter Sahnonbellics, the great- est lacrosse team of all time. They'd he winning lfi-1 and t.lioir fans would wanl more, more, more." "They all 'Look, we were in the collar for 10 years, be ?aid Lay- coo. ''But rlo you think the people who pair] Si; million for tho franchise and the l.i.fiOO fans in Vancouver have to he pnLicnt. "It wasn't their fault (hat older teams were in the basement.'' Laycoe thinks part of the parity answer might be to make free agents out of all professional hockey players except those already in the National League. That would make topnotch minor leaguers now owned by powerhouse NTIL teams like New York and Boston, available to the have-nots. "I've got an piped up Pratt. "When they realign the teams into four divisions of four teams each, they ought to put New York, Boston, Montreal and Chicago in one division and have only one of them make the playoffs. p.m. Centre. I SCORING LEADERS i Alexander, Cougars Scrabvk, Movers Clarke, Leihbridge Miller, McCrea, Lclhbridgo Dodd, Leihbridge Pratr. cougars Oimsroacl. C.inuci'S at the Adams Ice 11 19 30 9 1? ]7 75 30 10 17 12 10 in n 'n i? :i 53 five years. for the tackle spoLs. On defence, Helton was back for a second year at tackle and LaGrone, who lost to Greg Pipes of Edmonton last season, returned for the fourth time in i? 13 21 11 la I In two Bantam staged last night, the Labor Bees w ha Hoped Ihe Jets 111 or.d Black Hawks edged i th" Red Wings 2-1. Greg Mon'ictli and Scott Jar-' vie billed in two goals apiece a-; thej led Ihc Bees to an easy i vi-'tory over the i iitl.or marksn.on includcvl Osmond, Leroy PavDn Diiar.o Dick Sbard- i low, Bruce Mock, Rockie Ma- Harold James averted a ui'h ;i first period marker. Hick P.'.rkyn and Sieve ramp- i hell shipper! in a piv- i inrj the, Hav.ks a slim victory over the T-iin llnibiek (he m.'irkr-r for the Wines- Meanv.'hile in Hantam "B" plav, Care.v Kamiloma tallied Laycoe realizes that will never happen and his idea of a square break for the new teams has an even more re- mote chance. "IjCl, them protect eight men in the draft next summer instead of said Laycoc, a glint in his eye. Quarry says lie'Jl mill returns for a sixth ap- pcaranee in nine j'ears; it's a first time for McLaren but Gas- scr was an all-star last year. i Among the backs, it was a big debut for Dupuis. Ajidruski, who had a tliree-year string snapped last year, is back for the fourth time in five years. Larry Robin- son made the all-star list once j Bennett is hack for a fifth consecutive year. For Starks, it's a first. LONDON