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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 ICrHBKlOGE HERALD Wednesday, Novcmbor 18, 1970 Cougars ivin Tuesday Muscle pushes Kings into runner-up spot IOOK MA, NO IEGS-A scramble for the puck between Monireal Canadiens' Jacques temaire (25) and Doug Roberts (2) of the California Seals ended in a spray of ice and a slightly upended J. C. Tremblay during National Hockey league game in Montreal Tuesday. Canadiens won the encounter 5-1. Calgary, Saskatchewan on tap tonight be stopped CALGARY (CP; Defensive coach Dick Munroe says he has found a way to throttle the Sas- katchewan fioughriders offence and give Calgary Stampeders the opportunity tonight to win the Western Football Confer- ence championship. The secret is to keep quarter- back Ron Lancaster from ing arovind in the Saskatchewan backfield. "You're got to keep Lancas- ter in the pocket. You let him scramble around and you're in trouble. ''Tiiis is where he's hurt us in Jiave to be conscious of this all the lime. They've got to keep him in there." Tire Calgary defensive imit 'is s were es r s ucicnoivi; mut (he past. Our defensive ends I demonstrated last Saturday Seven first-Year men East all-stars The Lethbridge Ladies bon- spiet will commence Friday, November 20 at the Lethbridge Civic Centre. This bonspiel will be divided into two drafts with the first draw starting at seven o'clock while (ho second draw will run otf at nine. 1 p.m. S. Brookwoll vs. J. Hrwl; M- Qijsrrie vs. Thompson; I, Middletcn vs. G. Russel; E. Rcssifer vs. I. Lind- say; M. Snowrien vs. J. Gorrle; B. iG! t B.n L. Germ vs. H. M, Scotter; J. audau vs. P Collex vs. i. Nutlal; vs. K. Redding; H. Houga Caan. Rcdfern vs. L. Hasulak; L. Copeland i vs. K. Me- Boys' and Girls' 9 SHARPENED SHINED 8 NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. .50 PROFESSIONAL SKATE SHARPENING PER PAIR 500 COOPER SUPER BLADES 1.39 EACH C.C.M. GLASS WRAPPED CURVED HOCKEY STICKS FHK ROtl OF TAPE WITH EACH STICK EACH C.C.M. HOCKEY HELMETS BERT MAC'S CYttF, ITD. 913 3rd Avi. S. Phone 327-3251 Opon Tims, I fii. Till 9 p.m. "Sorvin'j cr.uth Alborfa for By THE CANADIAN PRESS Seven first-year men from Montreal Alouettes aiid two from Ottawa Rough Eiders positions on the 1970 Eastern Football Conference atl-star team announced Tues- day. Tlie 24 each on the offensive and defensive picked by vote of the Football jReporters of Can- ada and announced by president Laurie Artiss of Begina. Tlie seven, all in their first year in the Canadian game, are quarterback Gary Wood and de- fensive back Al Marcelin of Ot- tawa, with running back Moses Benson, offensive tackle Ed George, defensive ends Steve Smear and Steve Booras and outside linebacker Mike Widger, all of Montreal. In all, the Alouettes put eight men on the two squads. Toronto Argos and Hamilton Tiger-Cats had six each and Ottawa con- tributed four. The teams: Offensive Quarterback: Gary Wood, Ottawa running backs: Bill Symons, Toronto; Dave Fleming, Hamilton; Moses Benson, Montreal; flanker: Jim centre: Gens Ceppetelli, Mont- real; guards: Charlie Bray, To- ronto; Bill Dannychuk, Hamil- ton; tackles: Ellison Kelly, Ed George, Mont- real; light end: Mel Profit, To- ronto; split end: Tommy Joe Cofiey, Hamilton. Defence ends: Steve Smear and Steve Booras, both Montreal; tackles: Angelo Mosca, Shirk, Hamilton; Marshall Ottawa; middle Hue- backer: Charlie Collins, Mont- real; outside linebackers: Jerry Campbell, Ottawa; Mike W i d g e r, defensive backs: Garney Henley, Hamil- ton; Marv Luster and Jim Totn- lin, Toronto; Al Phaneuf, Mont- real; Al Marcelin, Ottawa. WOOD EASY WINNER The quarterback which retired Huss Jackson of Ottawa had taken every vote for four years in a to Wood by a wide margin. He had 20 votes to eight for nmner-yp Wally Gabler of Hamilton, two for Tom Wilkinson of Toronto and one each for Joe Zuger of Hamilton and Sonny Wade of Montreal. It was a completely new back- field from last year. Symons won unanimous selection with Fleming and Benson not far be- hind. Of last year's running backs, Vic Washington was ineligible, Dave Raimey of Toronto got a scant five votes and Dennis Duncan of Montreal pulled in only three. Bray at guard, Kelly at tac- kle, Profit at tight end and Cot- fey at split end all were holdo- lasl year's eastern fourth consecutive vets from all-stars. It was selection for Coffcy, a fifth atl- star berth for Mosea and a third for Profit. Henley's selection was his eighth in a row. Ken Lehmanii of Ottawa, who was slowed by injuries and got only one vote 'as Charlie Collins swept the category. Booras edged Toronto's Ed Harrington by one vote for the defensive end spot the Argo won last year. Shirk was a repeater at tackle but perennial all-star John Barrow was well out of the running, pulling one vote. Henley and Luster, whose selection as defensive backs was almost raanimous, were the only holdovers in that cate- gory. Dick Thornton of Toronto was the only one from last year's backs to get a vote this he, also, got only liigli scliool soccer ends St. Mary's finished the Junior High School soccer league in a winning tune as they earned a 5-1 victory over Emmanuel Christian last evening. Calvin Wojtowicz picked up two goals for the winners while Robert Thorn, Paul Bryne and Jack Wadden earned a goal apiece. For the Emmanual Christian C. DeJager averted the shut- out. The top four teams in the Jun- ior division will play off while in the senior section there will Nad won middle linebacker lion- be one game held between ors for five years in succession, 71 CORTINA BIVC5 30 plus miles per gallon Better Stability Front Disc Brakes V Easy Handling v' Lower Maintenance Cosls V Durability Pius many mom features fc. III LETHBRIDGE Q-A-C- (Hi MINUE i 61k STRUT, 1 son and Paterson just for the league title, with the winner get- ting the bye into the final cham- pionship game. The loser will playoff with Hamilton to see who gets the other spot in the cham- pionship final. Junior Final SUnainss .CCH5...............1 j St. Paferson........... y. Basil's........... Christian Senior Final Standing W L T F A f Patersw...... t 7 n a Hamilton...... 22063 they could keep Saskatchewan where Munroe wanted the Roughriders. The Stampeders took the first game of the best- of-three final 28-11 and held the vaunted Roughrider offence to 188 yards compared with 317 yards for Calgary. ATTACHES NO BLAME j Saskatchewan coach Eagle Keys attached no blame for his team's showing In the opener and said Tuesday if they played as well tonight Calgary would tx'. headed for defeat. If Saskatchewan wins the game, which starts at 8 p.m. MST, a third game would be played Sunday in Regina. To- night's game will he televised nationally by the CBC. If anyone is able to come up with workable plans for stop- ping opposition offences, Mun- By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer It had a lot to do with muscle and as a result the Lethbridge Sugar Kings arc in second place in the Alberta Junior Hockey For "the best part of 25 min- utes Tuesday evening at the Arena the Sugar Kings were very much in the gams against Calgary Mount Royal College Cougars and then the roof fell in before some 900 fans at the arena. The roof, in this case, was only three goals, but it proved to be too much for the Sugar Kings. Sugar Kings dropped a 4-1 decision to the Cougars Tues- day and as a result are in sec- ond place in the six-team league. Going into Tuesday's encounter the Kings led the Cougars and Red Deer Rustlers by a single point. There was very little un- necessary roughness involved in the muscle that helped to relegate the Sugar Kings to second place. Al Pollock, with a pah- of markers, and Howie Colborne and John Clark, with single- tons, accounted for the Mount Royal markers. George Mc- Crea, who happened to be in the right place at the right time, scored for (lie Sugar ICngs. BLANK PERIOD Tlis two -clubs battled through a scoreless first period and it was just over four minutes inlo the second stanza before Pol- lock scored the first of his two markers. Colborne, who was to later get the gate and an early shower, who put the Cougars ahead 2-0 with a goal that proved to be the winner. Colborne, unlike Pollock, did very little work for his goal. Sugar Kings had possession of the puck in their own end but a stray pass found its way onto with a two-goal performance and W y n n Dempster and Dwayne Eolkowy scored the others. Red Deer look 10 of 14 penal- ties and each team was assess- ed one major. Larry Hendricbs stopped 23 shols in the Edmonton net, while Dale Hcnwood turned away 22 shots, then was pulled midway through the third pe- riod with the Maple Leafs lead- ing 6-3, His replacement Ross Frisk- en, let in four of nine Edmon- ton drives in the final 10 nu'n- utes. roe is the most likely. He came to Calgary five years ago and when Jim Dun- can became head coach at the start of the 1969 season, Munroe got full charge of the defensive unit. He has since built the squad into one of the toughest in the up only yards this season, by far the best in the league, and 209 points, only tlwee more than the stingy Saskatchewan defence. MAKES IT TAUGll Munroe says Lancaster is one of the reasons Saskatchewan is a tough team to defend against "but there's reafly not any one guy you can key on." "You've got to come up with a defence to combat their bread-and-butter stuff. A lot of times it just boils down to who is doing the best job. "Saturday they showed us just about everything they could have. I don't expect them to do anything different. 1 just expect them to go with the usual stuff, but to try and execute it better than they did in the first game." Indoor event sees changes CALGARY (CP) The S t a m pede City International track meet has changed its 1970 dales and altered its over- all format in an attempt to at- tract more spectators. Tha meet, lield in the second week of January during the last tliree years, has been scheduled for'March 20-21. About fans attended last year's nrit goal Colborne's stick snd the stood up as the winner. Clark's goal, 13 seconds after Colborne's, just trickled in oil the glove of John Bavidson af- ter the Sugar King nctminder had made a good stop on the initial shot. Kings battled back in the third period but were abie to score only once on Scott Dar- ling who turned in an out- standing performance. Sugar King coach John Chap- man had very little to be happy about Tuesday. The locals con- tinue to outshcct their oppon- ents but not oulscore them anc score is the name of the game. According to coach Chapman some changes are ir order for the Sugar Kings one of which might be some muscle for the blueline. Kings, at this stage ol the game, need someone who can hit. Opposing forwards just aren't being kept honest. Kings hit the road this week- end as they visit Red Deer Sat- urday and Ponoka Sunday. Meanwhile, Red Deer Rus- tlers were prevented from moving into a first place tie with the Cougars as they were trounaed 10-4 by Edmonton Maple Leafs before 600 fans at Red Deer. It was the Maple Leafs first win over the Red Deer team in four games. The teams were tied 1-1 after the first period and Leafs led 4-3 after the secnd. Dais Bowler led Leaf scorers with lliree goals. Rick Nornden scored twice and singles were added by Fred Comrie, Ken Kozak, Phil Blake, Les Drew icki and Craig Styles. Dave Andrewki led Red Deer Summary CJL04RY 4 LETHBRIDGE 1 first period No scoring. Ppnailies Soberlson (minors) L. chalmars IO-.8S, Clark IS-.Z-i. Second period i. Pollock (Colbotne, Huber) 2. Calg. Coi- borne, 3. Calg. Clark, Pen aftics Mu'ch McCrea Calgarv bench Served by McMafton) Coiborne Goss Col- borne misconduct, game Third period J.. Uth. Alccrea (McDonald. Robertson) 3. Calg. Pollocfc, Penalises Huber (malor, Shardlow (rnalorj, Darling The University of Lethbridge Chinooks will pry the lid off another Western Canada Inter- collegiate Athletic Association Basketball League Friday eve- ning. Winnipeg University will pro- vide the opposition for the sec- ond-year Chinooks in their first league game of the 1970-71 sea- son. The game is set for the Civic Centre at 8 p.m. Chinooks saw their first ac- tion against conference coin- petition in Calgary nearly two wseks ago in the Tri-University Classic. Cliinooks, defending t o u r n a nient champions, ad- vanced to the final of the four- team event before dropping an 88-66 decision to the University of Alberta Golden Bears. The locals had upended University of Calgary Dinosaurs 7o-62 in the tournament opener. Cliinooks, who missed the playoffs last year, will have a new head coach, Logan Tait and some added strength in the addition of Tim Tollestrup. Af- ter four years with Utah State Lhe former Raymond Comet standout will be in uniform for the Chinooks. JUVENILE HOCKEY IETHBRIDGE CIVIC CENTRE Wednesday, Nov. 18th, p.m. TABIR PATS IJTHBRIDGE ELKS ADMISSION PRICES Adults 75t Students BOt CMUrin SUPPORT MINOR HOCKEY Chinooks open season Friday Monday evening the Chinooks will meet the powerful Univer- sity of Manitoba Bisons at tha Civic Centre at eight o'clock. Cowboy trio given fines CALGARY (CP) The Ca- nadian Rodeo Cowboys As- sociation announced Tuesday that three cowboys who refused to ride their mounts in the finals of the saddle uronc com- petition at the Calgary Stam- pede last summer have been fined each. The association said Kenny MacLean of Okanagan Falls, B.C., Tom Bews of Longview, Alta., and Marty Wood, former- ly of Calgary tat now living in Prosper, Tex., were fined for conduct "detrimental to to rodeo." The men turned down the horses they drew saying the animals were not of high enough quality and would not give rides that would enable the men to win the event. 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