Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
nit inn-sip r rfAin ci i-v ;o irn .Some receive life sentences Entire Soviet soccer team is lly dlKIS CATLIN MOSCOW (Rcutci-) Tli i r scene of the. S'oviet riiup'it up in its biggest run u in years after ugly inekleni involving one of the count! lop learns. 11 e trouble centres on a Kir Division team from the Azcrbai- inn Republic, the Baku Neftyan- niki, long Hie mavericks of So-. football. The Oilmen, i ulnving their three remaining Bv THE ASSOl'IATED I iHimore Colts will try keip tliat Griese kid stuff out their tail' in a key National Football League meeting Sun- day with Miami Dolphins. Along v.-ith quarterback Bob Griese' the Colts must also con- lend' Miami's rampaging runners in this battle foi first pi ice in the American Confer- once East. in our two-Rani? series with said Miami coach vv-a Simla. "Usually, things like must be settled head-to- hc-ad." The Dolphins hoW a nervous, advantage over the defending Super Bowl champi- throe v.-eoks'at Baltimore. (Iricsc, who has reached star- at a relatively young age. Duroolier remained confident DUDAS GRABS OFF REBOUND Alec Dudos of the tethbridge Community College the Civic Centre. Cooke the showman :r. t.EVETT .lack Kent Cooke rides again! The [lairibovant owner en Angeles Kings, noted for his prornrfiorial stui'ts when bs operated a baseball te.am, is calling on past experience to pull in the fans to games involving his hockey club. And the Kings need some- thing besides their on-ice per- formance going for they're in last place in the Western Division of the Na- tional Hockey League. Detroit Bed Wings move Into Cooke's Coliseum tonight and the Kings have announced that "all ladies 18 years old and up Till receive a free set of compliments of a soft-drink company. For his next home fixture- Wednesday against Buffalo Sabres Cooke feels nothing but diamonds will do. Buffalo is in last place in the Eastern Division. "All ladies 14 and over will receive a packet containing cither a diamond or a rhinc- stone." h i s pronouncement reads. That little promotion, he es- timates, will cost him about Scoff if you will, Cooke made the Toronto Maple I.cafs one of the most successful i baseball franchises in the In- I tcrnational League when h e i owned that now-defunct club. There is no record that he i ever resorted to diamonds to pull in the ball fans, but as a buddy of Bill Vceck of the old St. Louis Browns, Cooke pulled a few other promotions which made even that old en- trepreneur smile in admira- tion. Veock was the manager who once sent a midget up lo bat on the theory that he was j cutting down on the strike J You're Invited! to preview the CHICAGO (API -Leo Duro-j chcr. emphasizing that "contro- versy will probably always fol- low insisted 'Friday there never was any doubt in his mind that he would be rehircd as Chicago Cubs' manager de- Mnle strong rumors that he would be I The 65-year-old Durocher min- imized th c National league .aseball team's alleged 1971 dis- cord. Owner Phil Wrigley rehircd Durochcr for his seventh season Thursday. Wrigley's decision to give Leo a 1972 contract fol- lowed persistent reports that Whitey Locknian, former New York Giant star under Durochcr and current Cub director of player development, would re- place the manager. Regarding a reported rift with some players, stemming from an Aug. 23 clubhouse uproar, Durochcr denied there might be communications gap with some athletes. "The writers may have put it down as a player revolt and I don't say we didn't have words at one time ,but it is not a club issue." Among the reported dissi- dents, pitcher Ken Holtzman asked Thursday to be traded when Durocher's reappointment "It's not just because Duro- chcr is coming back." said Holtzman, who has hurled Iwo j no-hitters. "I just don't think I ean improve my career with the Cubs." Durocher said: "I had no trouble with Holtzman and I think he can be a good pitcher here or anywhere." miming backs in Larry Csonka and Jim Kiick. T'scy'll be deal- in" Baltimore's bullish de- fei-ce, the Colts' strongest suit. The contest, is one of three Sunday involving battles for di- vision" leads. Dallas Cowboys I vi--.it Washington Redskins m a i match for No. J in the National Conference East and San Fran- ci'-co '49crs play in las Angeles Rams' backyard for the Na- Conference West lead. The resurgent Cowboys have won two straight affairs after coach Tern Landry finally set- tled on one Ktaub.-ich. Previously. Staubach and Craig Morton were used in- terchangeably. The reeling Red- skins, who won their first five games, haven't won in their last three tries. Roman Gabriel, coming off his top effort of the season, quarterbacks the Los Angeles offence. Gabriel, who completed 17 of 22 passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns against Detroit Lions last week, was knocked out early the first time the Rams and Miters met Oct. 10. Los Angeles won that one 22-13 despite a minus 10 yards pass- ing. The 49ers' head-hunting de- fence leads the NFC in sacking the quarterback. Defence oriented Minnesota Vikings, Uie National Confer cnce Central Division leaders play st New Orleans; San Eie go's pass-happy Chargers take on American Conference Wes pace-setter Oakland; Detroi Lions travel to Chicago in a kc Central match and Denve plays at Kansas City, runneru in 'tha AF West, in other to games Sundav. Elsewhere, it's PhUadelphi at Si. Louis. Now York Giant at Pittsburgh, New Cleveland. Houston at Cincu nati and New York Jets at Bu falo. In a game Monday nigh Green Bay Packers tackle At- lanta Falcons. league matches this season by' the All-Union Football Federa- tion. This is believed to he the first time in Soviet soceer that an entire team has been banned. Behind Ihc decision lies a scr- ies of .stormy events culminat- ing in a recent match one Soviet newspaper put it goalkeeper Sergei Kramaren- ko's play "bordered on a crimi- nal offence." A dispute arose after Kramar- enko let through his second goal in a match against an army team from Rostov on the River Don southern Russia. The daily Soviot.sky Sport i says he rushed at the refereee, punched him in the face I and then kicked a linesman who j tried lo In-oak up the squabble. I Baku defender Rafik Kuliyev slammed the ball into the stands, and, as a disciplinary committee heard later, captain j his team off the field. long before, the entire had been reprimanded by the Soviet sports committee for walking then walking back on a league match in Tashkent. When the Balm team's own Football Federation announced measures against CAP! OW'STHE WALUTWEW GOIN1 Short sport LA ROMAN A Domican Re- erlands and Australians Rod Laver and Ken Rosewall gained fcmican nii- ,mv. first Kra-narenko was pubUc Center. Canada held semi-final spots after two night, blred or the iTo the season fourth place when the Domini- of action. _____ nd the tw defence plavers re- i can international golf tourna- Tlion HIP All-Union mont lor the Copa America no- BRONrs NF.W T-.N I in Uie entered its third round whole team T h e Azerbaijan federation lodged a protest at the decision which has still to lie considered. Sovietsky Kporl and the oimg C o m m u n i s I league ewspaper, Komsomolskaya 'ravda, both said stern mea- ures were needed. McNAMAIU NAMF.n (CP) Paul Hockey Association will he call- ed Calgary Broncs. cluh presl- dent Boh Brownridgn announced Maple Leaf Gardens by Uie president, Harold Ballard. succeeds Stafford came from an entry i namc-thc-team contest and was dioscn by team officials. ires were needed. MoNamara succeeds omnuiu Sovietsky Sport recalled that Smythe who died Oct. 13. No j HABS i _i TJo-nicVim'. U-ie- Koon nTvnnintpd VGt tO mvl fill Smythe's vacancy on the nine-man board. ASHE STAYS ALIVE HOUSTON (AP) Arthur Ashe remained the only Ameri- can still in the running for the ten money in the World Champi- onship of Tennis Tournament Baku skipper Anatoli Banishev- national side's ccntre- ofward at the 1966 World Cup banned for life after a debauch" in his home own airport in 1969. Banishevsky was accused of laving assaulted other custom- ers at the airport restaurant, ogether with team-mate Viktor Semiglazov, who was also dis- qualified for life. The ban on Banishevsky was lifted, amid considerable public pressure, after he made a for- mal apology for his behavior to the Azerbaijan Football Federa- tion. But the club had continued lo tolerate players who broke the rules despite press criticism of their conduct, Sovietsky Sport complained. Slill won't play TORONTO (CPi A players" strike has cancelled Harlem Globetrotters' exhibition basket- ball game Saturday at Maple Leaf Gardens. The Globetrotters have re- fused to play since Tuesday, cancelling other engagements in Port Huron, Mich., Lon-! NATIONAL LEAGUE UiO uicu jo. j "j j ai.-iit.' t has been appointed yet to OTTAWA (CP) -Barry Ma- ther (NDP Surrey White Rock) said Thursday in the Commons there are rumors that Montreal Canadiens of the Na- tional Hockey League will be sold to U.S. interests. Revenue Minister Herb Gray, the minister who has reported to cabinet on the subject of for- eign ownership, said he will Minor hockey scorpsoi stinger The Bears went on a scoring j spree and smashed the Flyers 13-2 in Pee Wee hockey action Friday night. Robbie Sudickat paced the Bears with a four goal outing j while Stan Sawickic chipped in with two. j Singletons were made by Da-1 vid Bennett, Darcy Fodcr, Rob liaduano. David Madura. Mark Szucs, Danny Cavanough and Darren llollihan. 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