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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHIRIDQI HMALD November 1t7I FARM AND RANCH TOUR Of tfrw SOUTH PACIFIC From Calgary par pwaon incktdM air ac- eomodatlon. rtgHt iaalng. and maala. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTHC VILLAM MALL the Herald Sports LITHMMOM OmCI FUMMTUM ttt-7411 ATA aaB S.C.M. He fnay bring about the demise of 'Redskin Connection9 Is Burman a football New Yeik NEW YORK Throughout the Washington Redskins' locker room and small printed cards what I am or about to getting us closer to our objective In the narrowness of George Allen's tunnel winning is the Redskins' law. Winning by .any means. George Allen created the law. He has trad- ed draft choices he didn't own. He has filed false injury reports with the National Football League office. One of his mottos is like In that the disclosure this week by George a center on the inactive was not surprising that at least a dozen Redskins were swallow- ing amphetamines not prescribed by their team a violation of the NFL's. new drug code. Nor was it surprising that the the Redskin Connec- was alleged to be a player who obtained the amphetamines through a physician not affiliated with the team. arranged everything for one Redskin said. you wanted you went to Perhaps in his the Redskin Connection rationalized that he was getting the team closer to its objective winning. He was obeying George Allen's law. But he forgot that pro football teams and pro football even the Redskins who are the idols of the city where our real laws are must obey those real laws. Unless the charisma of George Allen in the nation's capital places his team above the real a criminal investigation is necessary to convict or clear the Redskin Connection. If a .president or vice president is not above the real a pro football player shouldn't be. he was providing says Jack the NFL's chief of is in violation of the league rules and in viola- tion of the laws regarding drug he was providing says Ed the executive direc- tor of the NFL Players would recom- mend severe disciplinary ac- tion and criminal Until this the NFL permitted each team to govern the use of drugs by its players. As a there were 26 different sets of rules.. Influenced by Rep. Barley 0. the chairman of the house com- merce and by legal depositions of alleged drug misuse by the San Diego Chargers several years the NFL tightened its guidelines. It hired a medical consultant to evaluate bills for drugs ordered by club physicians. Its security men had the authority to spotcheck a team's medical supplies. It decreed harsh dlsdpunuy ac- such as lifetime suspen- sion. 'Twas convinced the problem had come to an says in regular con- tact with the 26 player representatives. knew the situation was totally different now than it was two or three years Perhaps it is different on many teams. But on the one player has Their supply from the team physician had stopped but the Redskin Connection allegedly had provided another source. That the older than most were involved fits one suspected group of pep-pill users in pro football older players who feel they need a stimulant to keep up with younger opponents in the fourth quarter. Older players in fear of having slowed rookies in fear of not being quite good and special-team members who need their recklessness rein- forced are considered to be the three groups most suscep- tible. Another factor concerns the suspicion that the oppo- nent a player is matched against is taking stimulants. he's on is the reasoning of those need something to keep up with To those NFL players who think they require George Burman probably is con- sidered to be a vilu'an a squealer. That's their second mistake. In George Burman might be honored with Junius the Manhattan university player whose information led to the indictments in the college basketball scandals two decades George Burman apparently is a man of a man with a a man whose courage does not require the artificial boost of amphetamines. George a Pd.D In hopes to pursue a business career in Washington when he retires as a player. In the atmosphere there dominated by George Allen's he might be considered by Redskin loyalists to be a saboteur. He deserves to be considered a hero. the 'Redskins' situation suggests that the new NFL guidelines aren't that not all the players are capable of polic- ing themselves. At the time of his Staggers urged that urinalysis be used as a deterrent to il- legal drug use. Rpzelle did not endorse urinalysis but he did not dismiss it. Garvey brand- ed it an and so did virtually all the players. not the players like to say. But that's the point. Racehorses don't take stimulants. Humans ad- minister them. Bruin pace score 27 times in week MONTREAL If Boston Bruins continue their current scoring pace in National Hockey League com- petition they could be well on their way to equalling or sur- passing the record 399 goals the team scored during the 1970-71 season. Building a better way Workman Emmett O'Donogue bolts additional bleachers together in the end zone at CNE Stadium in Toronto Monday. There will be an additional seats at the stadium for Sunday's Grey featuring the Edmonton Eskimos and Ottawa Rough Riders. IVf Keeling may miss final hockey OTTAWA Quarter- back Jerry who ac- cording to coach Jack Gotta a super for Ot- tawa Rough Riders in the one quarter plus two plays against Montreal Alouettes is a doubt- ful starter in this week's Grey Cup game. who put 16 points on the board before being Carpet PHONE 328-2853 mr. steam CkMNring Ltd.1 forced to leave the game which Ottawa won aggravated a knee injury. hope he'll be able to work out by Gotta said Monday. hope to have him ready as a Which means Rick who lost the quarterback starting job to the veteran. Keeling early in the Eastern Football Conference regains his No. 1 role for the Canadian pro final against Ed- monton Eskimos. The Rider attack often stut- ters with Cassata at the con- although Gotta defends Cassata against any criticism. Riders also learned Monday that end Wayne Smith of their fearsome front four broke his arm again against Alouettes and will be out of the Sunday game. Smith was out of the Ottawa lineup for a great deal of the season with the original break and with Charlie Brandon filling were more than adequate. Riders scored the first three times they had the ball Sunday with Keeling at the controls. Under Cassata they managed one touchdown the rest of the game. Of Keeling Gotta never seen a quarterback call a better Riders had a club meeting Monday evening and plan to take to the practice field today. PRO-MOTORS your economy minded MV. lid If SittTiiy Nw. 25th USED CAR SPECIAL SALES dcy 3 to t p.m. An excellent selection of smaller economy cars and trucks Extra specials on 1966-1971 larger family cars a landtp.ni. 1KO-2AH.S. PlMillM11ittM117 Clement Crowflag rapped in a pair of goals and paced the Maple Leafs to a 7-3 victory over the Voyaguers in a Ban- tam A encounter Monday night. Dean Bob Roy James Severtson and Ted Slusar add- ed singles in the win while Neil Allan Blankenship and Dan Laronde replied for the Voyageurs. The Leafs also travelled to Great Falls over the weekend and came home with a split in a pair of exhibition games. They suffered a 6-3 setback in the first tilt but came back to dump their hosts 6-3 in the second. Crowflag was the top scorer for the local club as he notch- ed four goals. In Bantam B the Monarchs tallied two goals in each of the three periods and skated to a 6-3 win over the Seals. Bill Tom Dennis Mike John Sentes and Ken Burla fired in solo markers for the winners while Donald Glen Yacyshyn and Darin Chaki scored a goal each in a losing cause. The Lakers received out- standing netminding from Paul Bechdolt and defeated the Labor Club Bees 2-0 in a Midget game. Doug Pitt and John Wasilewski tallied single markers to lead the Lakers' offence. The Nationals edged put the A.C.T. Bantam Reps in Midget action. Craig Murray scored for the winners in the second period while Glen Lewis notched a single in the third. Scott McLennan replied for the Reps. Les Long elected ABA chief EDMONTON Les Long of Edmonton wai elected president of. the Alberta Baseball Association at the group's annual meeting during the weekend. Harold Tate of Medicine Hat was elected vice- president and Ed of Medicine Hat replaced Larry Smith of who as southern zone director. ____ Del Glaser of Medicine Hat was appointed secretary Doris Taylor of fiharwuul Park Boston has scored 95 goals in 19 games so far this season. The Bruins scored an awesome 27 goals during four victories last week and the man spearheading the attack had a part in 13 of those goals. He is defenceman Bobby Orr and his performance earn- ed him three records. After being held off the scoresheet for the first time this season in Boston's 4-3 vic- tory at Montreal against the Canadians last Orr returned to his home ice 24 hours later and led his team to a 10-2 victory against New York Rangers. The all-star defenceman contributed three goals and four assists to establish the record for most points in one game by a defenceman. Orr was on the ice for all 10 Boston goals and his three goals gave him the fourth three-goal game of his career. And all three goals were scored during Boston power marking another first for a defenceman. The assist Orr picked up on Harrison still leads WHA SANTA Calif. Edmonton Oilers' Jim restricted to a goal and two assists during the past still holds the lead in the World Hockey Associa- tion individual scoring race for the Bill Hunter Trophy with 30 points. But the pack is closing in. Serge Bernier of the Nor- the early season scor- ing delivered three and four assists in three games to close to within one of Harrison. Bernier's seven- point week represented the most for any player in the league. Minnesota's Mike with moved to within five points of the league leader. In the area of goal produc- Houston's Frank Hughes ran his total to but Bobby of Edmon- ton's Ron and Van- couver's Danny Lawson are in close pursuit with 15. Distinction of the first threegoal performance of the season for a rookie is owned by Vancouver's Claude St. who sparked a 7-5 decision over Minnesota Saints. rookie Andre Savard's goal at of the second period in Boston's 8-0 win against Detroit Red Wings last Satur- was his 453rd and broke the career mark set by former all-star defenceman Doug Harvey. Harvey had 452 assists in 113 games during 18 seasons with New York and St. Louis Blues. He won the James Morris Trophy as the league's leading defenceman a record seven times. who has captured that award in each of the last six now has 458 assists in 486 regular-season games. Of the 27 goals Boston scored last six came on the Bruins potent power play which has produced 21 this season. Sixteen of the '21 power play goals more than any other team has scored have been collected by three players. Right winger Ken Hodge has centre Phil who set a modern- era record of his own last Saturday by scoring his 20th goal in his 18th game of the leads the individual scoring race with 21 goals and 22 assists today. His 43-point total is six points better than Orr's. Orr leads the league in assists with 26. Ski film showing Saturday at U of L SCORING. LEADENS Bos Bos....... Bos..... Martin. Buf......... Bos...... M T M......... Mm Park. T...... Boudrlas. Van Mln Del...... Pha...... Pha........ Bos...... Dos........ Det...... Pgh Cal....... SL......... NY R NY R...... NY R...... Pgn G A P Pirn 21 22 43 8 11 26 37 12 14 16 30 8 14 11 25 4 8 17 25 37 13 10 23 0 10 12 22 4 6 16 22 0 11 10 21 10 5 16 21 24 6 12 20 2 4 16 20 6 3 17 20 23 10 9 19 0 7 12 19 B 6 10 18 26 6 12 18 0 11 6 17 2 7 17 2 7 17 2 7 10 17 14 4 13 17 0 4 13 17 18 7 9 16 17 6 10 16 2 6 10 16 8 10 10 FRANK ANDRUSK1 LDS land football all-star Frank a six-time Western Football Conference All-Star from the Calgary has been named to the head table for the Sixth Annual LDS Father and Son Athletic Awards Banquet. The banquet is slated for the Lethbridge Community College January 26. who becomes the only returnee to the head table having attended the first joins master of ceremonies Ian Manden and chairman of the U of L physical education Dr. Gary Bowie. Last week Andruski was named to the WFC All-Star team as a defensive halfback for the sixth time since joining the Stampeders in 1966. He has been a member of the CFL-AH-Canada squad on four occasions. Andruski intercepted four passes last year for the Stampeders and returned one of them 104 yards for a touchdown. During his eight years with the Stamps he has 30 interceptions and tour touchdowns to his This year he just missed setting a CFL all-time record for most yards gained through interceptions in a season. at are available to the public at Stubbs Thriftway Drugs and Dougs. The press release says that Movie is not the first ski it's just the best. Si Movie I takes up where the others leave off and Southern Alberta ski enthusiasts will get a number of chances to see this exciting film. The starring such ski notables as Art Tom Corky Roger Kidd and Rob is 90 minutes in length and is made at no by Labatt's Alberta to any ski club interested. The first showing in Lethbridge will be this Satur- day evening at eight o'clock at the University of Lethbridge. There will be a small admis- sion charged to keep the U of L Ski Club cash flow intact for the coming year. Posters and tickets will be supplied by Labatt's and dis- tributed by the ski clubs planning to show the film. By providing Movie and the personnel to conduct the Labatt's will supply the ski clubs with an oppor- tunity for clubs to raise funds. For further information contact Myron Tomyn in Ed- 434-3491 or Wally 287-0786. ELRiCH TIBE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL FOOTBALL LCAOUE American Conference W L T F A ENGLISH LEAGUE xMlaml Buffalo NY Jets N. Eng Bait..... 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