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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TH! IFrilBRIDGE HERAID Tl'undoy, November 18, 1971 Stan club hosts nside Hockey Who wants to visit the Hawks Brian hung up his skates ami of tJic National Hockey in the Spring seemed no more ef his lo the Mil, ihat Richard M. becoming Canada's Minr-ti.T. Hi :he youiiKcst son or Canada's greatest athlete of miiury the late Lionel Conacher not only turned i. m the MIL Inn then proceeded lo draw and quarter kiHe.'mue hoclwy mill a razor-sharp book of his own failed In Canada, 'Hie Way It (Jn'adier swur.q his rraehete al all of the MIL'S sacred lie knocked violence, the league's failure (o encourage rmi.ing its players; the big. had Bruins and, you In the meantime Brian retired lo the comparative safely o' '.'.'ind.-or televisioii sludio where he became Ihe .-I'cria rev? director. It seemed, last .Spring, that playing hid.ey was as remote from his nurd as the U-cward Islands. .M least thr.fs the way it appeared then But surprises of sin-prises, now, we find Uie G-3, pounder wearing glasses ar.d a hs'lmel and galloping up and dmvn left wing for the lied Wings. What givcsn eigblli! Loafs have Iwo games in band I on tile Canucks and now have thriving (tn home ire in. Ihis Na- The result heljK'd Torontoi more breathing space over Buf- season. widen its point-spread in the I falo Sabres and Detroit Red AN'.M'I AM PHESS .Wednesday for their Bliii-k Hawks arc I triumph at home. lional Hockey 1, The Hawks West Division over MhmesoUi blanked Vanoouv li'iitlers of (lie i lOast lo foiu- points over Vancou- fuilr points i ver, as tltc Maple hum- '.orih hied Angeles Kings 5-1 be- 'anucks 3-0 fore fans. Wings. The Cani'cks, Sabres and Wings share the basement wilh 13 points each. Tony Esposito fashioned his Six teams seek honors s liv M U.IYAN Herald Sport" Writer from s'uth of (.he border, will take part in the two-day I tourney set for (lie Civic Cen- for the i tre Friday and Saiurday. tournament is in honor of Dr. C. D. said Den Brooks, co ordinator of alli- letics for the LCC. of the participating colleges will also be in attendance. ''We have verification from Luo and should hear from Ihe others added Brocks. Joining the LCC Kodiaks, the hosts, will be Pendleton, Ore. Blue Mountain Community Col- f vent ihii said tix- articulate Conachf-r. '-Jim i.rcrorv of the Maple Leafs, approached me bst and a.-kert if I'd wart lo play a cain. Ix- .-.howc' immediately began thinking and [imirrd it. this way rf I tn take more kick at Ihe can this u-cukl 'Mir. he Ihe last opportunity. So, for my own peace uf I 'v.vll, Ml go through the e-vercife and see what lupiv-TV-.' First, I learned that the waters hod been stilled anything I had said in Ihe book about hockey. In fact. 'ireKory said there wire many things in there that he agreed uiiacher candidly told Gregory he'd rather play for De- than Toronto so that he could retain his TV job in Wiwlw. The Toronto a arced. some rsher sipiplv would havr tn'd Brian to got lost. "f Ivivf nothing against you said Gregory. "snd 1 rraiue that your motivation is to make a.s much rnorev the game a.s you can. T won't stand m your Rryi manager Ned Harkness and worked n'r.ni and last, September Brian returned to the MIL which !c "nee had so loathed. To Brian, hockey had. in fact, changed for the better, otherwise he would have walked out again this Fall. "To in-." Brian explained, "the MIL has indicated more so now that they are more responsible than ever before. I bad complained about their attitude toward education and n.iM wr v.-e t'vit the NHL has set up a so that ers can take Summer college programs. 1 had complained ahou; violence and now Clarence Campbell has enforced the art.i-hra'-ehng nile.s." Conacher's rhetoric always has been of All-Star Calibre. v. hdl about his play? "Tiie. biggest he went on. ''is that I have confi- dcrer tliat I can play in the NHL. I don't feel like an old out there and, wearing regular glasses, I feel more relax- than I did with contact lenses. When I wore contacts I always blinking and squinting, trying to make sure they were in Uic right place." In his book, Conaehcr singled out the Bruins and their rugged style for criticism. When he faced Boston for the first time the Bruins hit him with words. "They Brian recalled, "that T go back into television. That didn't hurt as much as a subsequent collision with Doug Jarrett, UK big Blaek Hawks defenseman. Conacher tad his hejd down when IK plowed into Jarrett's elbows, arms and sticks It was then that Brian thank- ed himself for wearing a helmet. "Since 1 took a good, stiff crack in the head with his plhow." said Conacher, "I feel quite sure that without the helmet 1 would lave been Did it make him want to quit once again? he said with a grin, "that'll make a good chapter for my next book." JAMJY CAFF It is expecled the president's i lego Timberwolves, Trinity Col- -------j Icgc Spartans of Lattglcy.'B.C., [College of Great Falls" Argos, Mount Royal College Cougars third shutout of the season he- fore Chicago fans, who have seen only four goals scored against Ihe Hawks on the Stadium ice since Ihe schedule opened. ICsposito had plenty of support from Chicago's hard-working defence, which limited Canucks to til shots, bul had to make magnificent saves against the visitors' Barry Wilkins and Ho- sairc Paiement in tlie last pe- riod lo keep his net clear. I Veteran centre SUn Mikita, plagued by a bad back, man- j aged his seventh goal for the j Hawks. Right winger Ron Ellis scored a pair to lead the Toronto at- tack and learn captain Dave Keon scored one. Keen intercepted a bad clear- ing pass by dcfeneeman Bill Mikkelson to notch his sixth of the season, beating Rogatien Vachon cleanly with a high, ris- ing shot. The dull game was enlivened in Hie third period when the verdict was virtually out of SOY.'COULCO WRITE J LETTERS of Calgary, and Medicine Hat reach of the Los Angeles team. Community College Antelopes. Brad Selwood of tlie !.eafs Wally McCrea of Pcndle- lon and Dr. Waller Pentz of Mount. Royal will be in attcn rlance and it is likely Dr. Sian- y Chase of Medicine Hat will t-o be here. Action in the two-day event is i get under way at six o'clock with the official open- ing al prior to Ihe eight o'clock game between the Ko. I diaks and one of their guests. "Wo won't make Ihe draw Friday at a noon lun- stated Brooks. Coaches and managers of all sis clubs will he at the luncheon when the draw is made. Games will be run off Satur- day at one. three, six and the championship game at eight. There is also a game at Friday evening. Special entertainment has been scheduled during and in heCwcen and Bob of the Kings en- gaged in a punching match be- hind the Toronto goal. Leafs' Bernic Parent decided it would be a good time to slake his thirst. He skated lo the To- ronto bench for a drink and was promptly given a minor penalty by referee Bryan Lewis. "I didn't know what' was Parent complained. "I wasn't trying to get into the fight. I think Ihe referee should have lold me tire reason for the penalty." The lapse of memory indi- rectly cost Parent his shutout, because it left the Leals under- manned as Selwood and Berry served majors for fighting and Denis Dupere was assigned to sit out Parent's penalty, even though earlier in the game Du- pere had teamed up with Mike Pelyk as a penalty-killer. It was at this juncture that games all through the T wa% Kl.utts touniev I Lucle" Gremer scored his first At half lime at most games goal of the season on a power the LCI school band under the I direction of Gerrv Pokaraev I McLelland of the Leafs ".you re always HOL'STO.V (AT) Muham- f fight, George Chuvalo, Cana- j mad AJi, fresh from a 12-round id i an heavyweight champion, unanJmous decision over Buster i employed an effective left hook Ms this Wednesday nipht in the lo body and head to score a Gerry will entertain. Also slated to make an appearance will be a Sea. Army and Air Force cadet drill team along with the IXC Karate team. Biddy basketball is also planned One of the. highlights of the two days will be the LCC marching troupe. At the conclusion of Satur- day's final game the presenta- tion of awards will take place. Team and individual trophies will be presented as well as the selection of an all star squad "YOU SMACK HER FACE, I'll CRAB THE BAH" Girl's high school basketball can be a rough game, 05 Sherri Riches of Newfcnbrook high school finds out Wed- nesday night. Barb Phillips of George S. Henry grabs her face while teammate Jenny Marcus tries for the boll. Action carne in n game in Toronto's North York rollegiatu playoffs. Saban quits Denver post over Cleve-! ing. from rne six teams participat- Friday's luncheon will be an Astrodome, has a word of ad- i 10-round decision vice for a hover called Jurgcn j land Williams. Blin: Watch for the "linger-on" There wcrc no in j informal gathering of players p j the brawl but the ever-pressing from the visiting clubs as "well That s_ what An says he used j Chuvalo on several occasions I as the Kodiaks and imitations to deck Mathis four times in the llth and I2th rounds and also to keep from hurting Mathis for life. had Williams hanging on. A hook and a hard right buckled Globetrotters fail to show PORT Mich. CAP) The Harlem Globetrotters vcived Wednesday to continue Uieir wildcat strike "as long as it takes'1 to convince msmage- ment to meet their demands. Frank Stephens, a six-year veteran from Virginia State, wid. ''We've been putting up with I Us for years, and now the time has come. "They don't treat us right: they don't give us meal money, and they make us play in one uniform all season long. Well, we're not going to play another game until management agrees to make some changes.'' All but four of the 19 players Williams knees in tlie first i round. Blin might also look out for! II was the 60th victory in 8-1 the punch. Right after the fichl. i professional fighls for Chuvalo Ali announced he would fight Blin Dec. 13 in Zurich, Switzer- land. wiiile Williams' record now 75-12-1. Chuvalo weighed 227 pounds "If a referee is too dumb to and Williams 22! stop a fight when a man is so In the Ali-Msthis bout. Ali had on the team refused to play in 1 Tuesday1 night's scheduledj game at Port Huron after Glob-1 etrotters management failed to respond to a 5 p.m. player ulti- matum. George GLlIctt, president of i Harlem Globetrotters, Inc., ad-1 milted the players receive nei- j thcr meal money nor pensions but denied the players arc not j 1 provided a sufficient number of; uniforms. Gillctt did not deny that rook- j ies on the Globetrotter team make a with a year for other professional basketball players. far gone he just can't do any- thing, then I'm not going to take the responsibility for maybe hurting him for Ah' said. "I thought the fight should have been stopped in tlie vrhen he was so unconscious lie couldn't fight off those little jabs. the fight under control through- out. "You can't say T was wrong. Yes. I deliberately tried to kill Mathis, trying fo make a ring comeback after a 2-2-year lay- off, fought well in flurries in (he early rounds, but he got pro- gressively more weary7 as the fight went on. By flie llth, Ali was landing Gkbetrotterr at have been extended to a num- ber cf people who have contri- buted to the LCC scholarship program and have an interest in sports at the College. It will be a weekend full of basketball games as the Ma- grath High School Invitational basketball tournament will also be staged. Four games will be played on the opening day as all eight teams are scheduled for action. The Lethbridge Catholic Cen- tral Cougars and the St. Mary's Warriors will open the two-day affair at five o'clock while tlie defending tournament c h a m- pions, Ramond Comets, late on the Tabcr W. R. Meyers stringing jabs regularly and Tlie host Magrath Zeniths hit suddenly a short right put j tlte floor next tangling u-ith Hie him. Vhen a fighter gets hurt in Mathis down. Mathis took a six j Cardston Cougars while fhe the everybody siarl.s count and then went down again I Lethbridge LCI Rams will fin- ing for something to he done but was saved by the hell. jsh off Friday's proceedings about boxmg. j U was a hjtlor dcfcat f0r mccting (he StirlinR Lakers Now u-nen I don't knock, Mathis, who for the third' ha ppy whc n you but Kings' coach Fred Glover criti- cized his teain for "not giving out 100 per cent.1' Glover, desperately seeking to correct the problems that have j caused his team to suffer its 14th loss in 18 games, said he I would be in favor of fining some of his players. "But you cen't fine a man for indifferent the pro- tection they have.'' TORONTO s LOS ANGELES i First Period 1. Toronto, Trottier 1 (Ley, Harrison) 2. Toronto, Kern 6, Penalties Harrison Mikkelson Second Period 3. Toronto. Ellis 6 (Dorey, Ullman) 4. Ellis 7 (Henderson. Ullman) Penalties Monahan Third Period 5. Toronto, Mender- Son II (Keon, Ellis) 6 Los An- geles, C-rc-nier 1 (Byers, Widinq) Penalties Pctvin Harrison Selwood, Berry maicrs. Parent served by Dupere Henderson Shofs. on goal by Los Angeles 10 Toronto CHICAGO 3 VANCOUVER i irst Period T. Chicago, Papph, O'SheaJ Penatfie1 Tflylnr LaC r o I x WilMns Kcsrns Second Period 1. Chicago, Mlk- Ita 7 (D. Hull. JarreM) Penal- tic-s Kearns Magnuson, Peic- ment V.'ilkins Third Pcricfl 3. Chkeno, D. Hull 5 f Mi kjta) Snots no goal by; Vancouver..... Chicago DENVER (AP) Lou Saban, head coach of the stumbling Denver Broncos, resigned front lis coaching duties today and announced that Jerry Smith, the National Football League team's offensive line coach, will replace him. Saban will remain the general manager. "It is my choice and I feel at this time, my responsibility lo the team, lo step aside as gen- eral-manager Saban told a news conference. "The club has made a lot of progress in just under five years and my only regret is that we have not been able to give Denver a champions hip. Saban was reluctant to dis- cuss specifically Iris reasons for stepping down. He said he had considered the move for several weeks "for many reasons." Saban. who won two Ameri- can Football League champion- ships as head coach at Buffalo, could not put together a winning season with fhe Broncos sijico coming here in 196fi ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE East Divi on New York Montreal Bcsrsn...... 1 ALBERTA JUNIOR Buffalo Vancouver Chicago i 37 n 1 37 51 7 55 17 9 67 13 5 66 13 0 M 38 2B 5! 39 5J 1 51 51 18 55 M 3 18 76 13 7 someone out, him him Ollt' starts i time in M fights. Before the Mathis Said he didn't fear Action will continue all day Saturday with the first game set for a.m. In a preliminary hout lo the I "I told voii so." losing, only having people j The primary final is set to I go at p.m. i? M MINI COFFEE POT Mokes 700 te. In 6-8 min. Plugs into ony 12 volt cigar lighter of bowline I CAPRI BOWL JUNIOR'S '.HOT i, John Pi. i TrJky ?.S5 L .-.-t--n ik 174 I Coutis is.9 Iron' 777 Pa-.sey ?J4 Joyce Sy lr'? Welcomscn jw i VSK U6. TV Krauis Ny-iji'! flft CHEC J PIN H'len Deal VJ Hidcn V.'e-il I Mr, yv NichnlK UNIVERSAt AUTO CLOCK IDEAL GIFT AT ONLY 1 7.95 i? P 5? JUST ARRIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF ORION PIIE SEAT COVERS SKI-CARRIERS TACHOMETERS AUTO STERtQ SYSTEMS 0 CHAMOIS SHIFTERS THINK CHRISTMAS AND SHOPI MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY I IK, Mary Kowal 211; MJrq .........f, r Lflr-on 21R; >fl f IT ?n4; I Jll. >'ft i i.o.r. wixrii MM it-, Mvri, H f.'r.'MV) r.H'. ,1 p.." r'r.'' K'rf 421 5th St. 5. (1971) LTD. Phono 327-4951 SAFEWAV MIXE.H in PIN C nrt (cm K' o n-i et J n 567 1 r. Vffi'ftrs K7 Hnun m Nnrrn tMz 191; Warka t'.mnnk lfl-i; Daripno Smllrt 184 Pat Rodzlnyik Kay 170; Don- nmr; na Burrows H5j Mnrrj Smith ROUO'f, in pin Gammon 111. SENIOR CITIZENS Wyk 3-18; Ario KMo v.'hoMn ill; Hnnrv Hrnwn 3J1 Hflrry Chflpman 770; Evan- 211, .lark Niinv.Tilrr 7-11; Ann Pppfl ?M; Frfln- rifk ruby J7S JS.l. C.OROIES r.n fJAl .imiifJi yft I.1'.i-.l: Til .VS I Miqi "'nl Qvr 1 (.d MT.rlTvnn IM i7R7i; ;CI, i v.'rvii'iT jis, Vf-n J7S ucc; srctcMs FINE ATLANTA (AP) Doctors ;il. an Atlanta hospital said At- lanla Jiravfs outfielder Rico k'fi w.'is in pofid .shape iiflci" they removed pni from Lhc injured limb Wednesday. Distinctive PEfflTIHG LET PRINTED SALESMEN DO THE JOB! cnn help you design your direct mail advertising so that il puts IMPACT into your sell- ing. We print it, rnnil it, too. Sec Our Samplei Just Call! Complr-lf? Compniqn', d flyrn BrP'hur-n Full Color Lethbridge Herald Printing and Lithographing DIVISION 5tli Avenue Entrants Oppoiito Downtown Car Parkado Lss Ancieles U 1 39 LEADERS G Espasitn, B n Hsdfield. 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