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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THt LETHBRIDGI HERAID Tuesday, Novembor 51, 197Z Alouettes' owner denies coach to be fired Rumors continue to persist Etcheverry is through MONTREAL (CP) The plot surrounding the future of coach Sam Etcheverry and general manager J .1. Albreclit of Mon- treal Alouettes thickened Mon- day afternoon. The latest broken play devel- oped between owner Sam Ber- ger of Lhe Canadian Football League clul) and columnist Jolin Robertson of The Star. The newspaper printed a front-page story under Rob- ertson's byline in its second edi- tion to the effect that Bcrger had fired Elcheverry and Al- brcchL at a morning meeting held in the owner's uptown of- fice. But the switch came when Berger told The Canadian Press that the' story was untrue and repeated this statement to other reporters. "It just isn't Berger said of the story. "I don't know where these stories come from." "We were just evaluating Lhe Berger said. "I haven't come to any conclusion of any kind." When the denials, Including one from Elcheverry, startej to appear, Robertson related in a later story how he called the Alouettes' owner again on the subject. "I thought we wore just talk- ing. I didn't think you were go- Kodiaks to host weekend tourney Lethbridge Community Col- lege Kodiaks came within a whisker of winning the Calgary Mount Royal basket-classic at Calgary over the weekend. They lost a tough 99-97 verdict to Blue Mountain College of Pen- dleton, Ore. in the final. But. as coach Ton Kaircn put it. the show must go on and now the Kcdiaks have their sights set on the President's In- vitational Classic at the Com- munity College this Friday and Saturday. Kodiaks, Carroll College of Helena. Mont., College of Great Falls, Mount Royal Cougars. Southern Alberta Institute of TONIGHT Alberla Junior Hockey League. LBlh- bridge Sugar Kings vs Pass Red Dev- ils. Blairmore Arena WEDNESDAY City Recreation Hockey League. Labor Club vs Miners B p.m. Univer- sity vs Community College Hen- derson Lake Ice Centre. Central Alberta Junior B League. Lelnbridge Native Sons vs Taber. Taber Civic Ice Centre City Men's Basketball League. Fair, field Appliances Cardston. Senator Gladstone Hall New Davlon vs Friendship centre Ebony Hawks vs Doug's civic Centre. THURSDAY City Recreation hockey League. Purily Bonling vs Labor club. Hender- Eon Ice Centre FRIDAY President's Invitational. Lelnbridge Community College. Games at and SATURDAY President's Invitational. Lethbridge Community College. Games at one, three, and Technology and Medicine Hat College will meet in the two-day showdown of basketball talent. Play gets under way Friday wilh "games at 7.30 and Saturday's action is set for a 1 p.m. start with another game to follow at three. The consolation final begins at followed by the tournament final at Blue Mountain won the initial tourney but will not be back to defend its title. Three ot the key players to the Kodiaks' hopes of success this weekend and for the com- ing season arc Alec Dudas, Curt Wolsey and Kendon Eaketl. Dudas, the form chart says, is an even six feet and it all must be talent. One of the Ko- diaks' top stars last year das is expected to carry a great' deal of the scoring weight on his shoulders this season. Du- das is as good a ball handler as there is in the college lea- gue this year. Eakett also looks down from KENDON EAKETT ALEC DUDAS CURT WOLSEY a six foot stance. He is in his second year with the Kodiaks and hopes are high that he can stay healthy and contribue even more than he was able to in his rookie seasn. Eakett had ankle troubles most of last year and when his legs were right he was hit with a stomach disorder that kept him on the sidelines. If Eakett is healthy the Kodiaks will have a solid defence an- chored by the Cardston native. Wolsey goes both ways equal- ly well and is also a excellent ball handler and a strong shoot- er. He hails from Edmonton and is in his second season. Tickets for the weekend games can reserved by calling the Community College at 320-1805. Over-The-Hill gang hoi Old scouts win again WASHING'TON (API "Three cheers for the Red- sang the husky-voiced Washington football team. "Three cheers for the Red- skins rah, rah rah." These are grown men, mind you. "Hooay for Pat, hooray for Pat continued the off- key locker room chorus. ray for Alvin, hooray for Alvin Haymond. Rah, Rah Rah." The Redskins are the world's oldest, largest, highest-paid boy scouts. George Allen is as much their scoutmaster as the coach of the National Football League powerhouse. After a victory Allen passes out game footballs like merit badges. Monday night was Fis- cher's turn for gutty defence that got him a black eye and Raymond's turn for nifty kick returning. "We sing because we're said Allen, "It was a big win for us. The pressure's now on Dallas Cowboys for Thursday's game. We'll just sit back and watch what happens." BEST SINCE 1312 Washington had just smacked Atlanta Falcons 24-13 for their seventh straight win, the long- est streak of Redskin victories since 1SM2 when D. C. had its last world champion. The Redskins are 0-1, one game better than the current National Football League cham- GLASS BELTS ft SIMPSONS bears OUR BEST 4 PLY NYLON SNOW TIRE AS LOW AS F78-14 BLACKWALL WITH GLASS BELTS ONLY MORE DELUXE TRACTION Our bssl I ply nylon mow tire. Buill wilt, deep, wide traction tread 1o keep you going Ihrough no mailer whnl Iho waather. Guaranteed 36 monthi orjainsl wear out. ENOW GUARD Has two Fibra Glon belt! for strength end infrtv, plui two pliei of DuPont nylon. Dnep gripping lire guorontcod 42 months against wear out. Only more then Deluxe Traction. DEtUXE Each 4 ply roled different (rrnd hlncltwoll only. nxlrn. our r.lorn-10-door snrvlco begins wilh prnlficl.i you cvoiy Inch or Iho way SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 o.m. Io A p.m. Doily Thurselny nnd friday until 9 p.m. Contro Village 2nd Avo. anil I3th SI. N. picns, Dallas, with the Cowboys meeting San Francisco on Thanksgiving Day. Atlanta, 5-5, lost a 24-hour grip on first place in the NFC West as Los Angeles and the '49ers, both 5-4-1, popped ahead when the Falcons collapsed in the chilling wind at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium Billy Kilmer hit 7-for-7 in the third quarter, topping an 89- yard march with an 18-yard touchdown pass to Larry Brown and later hitting tight end Jerry Smith on a 12-yard score. A 10-7 Falcon halftime lead vanished amid the Kilmer bar- rage that put Washington into 21-10 command. Bill Bel! kicked a fourth-period field goal for At- lanta, but Curt Knight matched it wilh a 37-yarder that drew a standing ovation from the parti- san Washington crowd. FALCON'S START FAST Atlanta started fast, inter- cepting a Kilmer pass in the first quarter. Atlanta quarter- back Bob Berry then rifled a 36- yard touchdown pass to tight end Jim Mitchell for a 7-0 Fal- con lead. Ted Vactor fumbled a Falcon punt at the Redskin 30 to set up a 33-yard field goal by Bell that made it 10 0. Falcon runner Art Malone cooled his team's hot streak with a fumble that was recov- ered by Chris Hanburgcr late in the second quarter. Kilmer then worked the club to the Atlanta one, setting up a one-yard scoring charge by the incredible Brown. It was then 10-7, setting the sUgc tor Kil- third period heroics that ersed Atlanta hopes for an up- set. Brown muscled [or five yards on his first carry of the game, hilling for the season with four games to go. The crowd gave a thunderous ovation and the referee handed Larry the bali for a souvenir. Despite two huge lasses on wide plays, Brown finished with 82 yards and a Tour-season ca- reer aggregate of yards. Only Cleveland's Jim Brown did in his first four pro sea- sons. "I wcnl into (lie huddle when 1 hit yards and shook my tea m-mntes1 hands." ing to write anything Robertson quoled Berger as saying during his second call. Robertson, writing In the pa- per's final edition, outlined how he had called Bcrger early Monday to discuss last week's CFL meeting and a proposed expansion to the United States. After this subject was ex- hausted, Robertson said he asked Berger: "What are you going to do about your coaching "John, I've decided that Mr. Etcheverry has to go. We just have to make a change. The club has no discipline. We have to find a real tough guy like that Spavital in Winnipeg someone who can command and get respect from the the report quoted Berger as saying. SUGGESTED CAIIILL Robertson reported the con- versation then switched to a re- placement for Elcheverry and Berger told him that John Bas- sett, owner of Toronto Argo- nauts, had recommended his recently-fired head coach, Leo Cahill. Robertson wrote that he then asked Berger about the general manager's job. "Well, I think J. I.'s got to go the report quoted Berger as admitting. "He's just not a general manager. He brought in far too many players and not enough good ones. "He just doesn't seem to be the man for the job The columnist said he then asked Berger when he would see the two men and the owner replied that Btcheverry and Al- brecht were waiting in his outer office to see him. The contracts of both men run through to 1973. REPEATED DENIAL When reporters, alerted to the meeting, appeared with ques- tions as the three men emerged, Berger again issued a denial of the firings. "Well, that's not he said. "If that's what they printed, they must have imag- ined it." When Etcheverry was asked if the reports were true, he re- plied: "Hell, no there's the nan to he said, pointing to Berger. Berger admitted he discussed .he future with his principal employees, but declined to re- veal the content of the dis- cussion. "I have nothing else to Jerger said. SPORT Minor hockey Colls refuse Matte's plea BALTIMORE (AP) Balti- more Colts refused Monday to rrsnt veteran running back Tom Matte's pica to be taken off the team's taxi squad and be placed on waivers so he could play with another Na- .tonal Football League team. "Matte is our only insur- said coach John Sand- usky. "I told Tom we needed lim for protection." While noting that the 12-year veteran could play quarterback as well as running back, Sand- usky admitted that Matte was rked by the recent activation of veteran runner Tom Nowatzke. But the coach said Nowatzke vas activated because he could ill in at linebacker in the Colts' njury-plagued defence. In a public statement, Matte tad said: "My services apparently aic no longer of any value to he team, as evidenced by the act that I have not been acti- ralcd despite being fully recov- ered from a leg muscle pull and Jare-up of my stomach ulcer. Fisk captures rookie honors NEW YORK" fAP) Roslon Red Sox catcher CnrlLnn Fisk hertmiG Hie first American League baseball player in his- lory Monday (x> Ix1 unanimously .selected Rookie of Iho Year by the TJaseball Writers' Associ- ation of America, who bulled .Hi. oiphlli- in (Jic (Pi'ipjuc in 1972, fill 22 home runs and drove, in ill runs, pnrnorcd all 2-1 BBWA voles. He joined Frank Robinson and Willie McCovcy of the Nn- l.ional League as Ihe only major Icnguc players unanimously se- lected since Ihn was given annually Io a player in ouch league in IJMO. Mobiiison won il in 1956 with Cincinnati Reds nnd McCovcy in 1059 with San Francisco Giants. In addition. Fisk Is only the .second catcher to win American League rookie honore. Tliurman Munson o[ Now York Yankees was selected in 1970. Fisk is the Red Sox1 third Rookie of the Year. First base- man Walt, Dropn was chosen in and pitcher Don Schwall received ffio honor in Fish's baiting average and home run and RBI output were tops among American League catchers. And he recently WHS voted to receive the Gold Glove award of managers ami conches as Ihe league's host defensive catcher. He also was named to Hie 1972 American league nil-star loam by manager Earl Wemr of Baltimore Orioles. Terry McNeely scored three times and paced the Bl a c k Hawks to a 6-4 victory over the Maroons in Bantam "A" action Monday night. Elks record stands 4-0 Lethbridge Midget Elks made it four in a row over the week- end in Southern Alberta Juven- ile Hockey League action. Elks tripped up Crowsnest Pass Juvenile Cascades Sat- urday evening in Blainnore and then followed up with a con- vincing 9-1 win over Vauxhall Juveniles in a wild game at Vauxhall that still hasn't fin- ished. The referee called the game with remaining in the third period. Reg Osmond paced the Elks Sunday with three goals. Baden Pilling and Joe Meli added two each with singles going to Bern- ie Syrenne and Mike Boychuk. Gordon Miller replied for Vaux- hall. Vauxhall took 15 minor pen- alties and five majors while the Elks got the nod on 13 minors and six majors. Meli was eject- ed from the game late In the third period and the Vauxhall fans wouldn't let the Lethbridge player leave the ice to go to the the dressing room. The referee, expecting trouble, called the game. Saturday night Syrenne tall- ied twice for the Elks with singles coming from Dave Jack- son, Meli, Ron Moser and Rick Collier. Stephen Miechie, Roddy Ross and Dan Anderson chipped in with solo efforts. Bob Shade tallied a pair of markers for the Maroons while Darren Ramage and Gary Mik- ul added singles. In Bantam "B" play, the Nug- gets fired in four second period goals and hung on to tie the Bruins 4-4. Craig Robinson scored two goals for the Bruins while Brad Lowe and Barry Cowie aided with one apiece. Mike Pietramala, Wes Find- lay, Dave Maciura and Mark Rowe managed a goal piece for the Nuggets. In Midget action, the Lakers defeated the Ti-Cals 3-1 last night. Gary Lohuis, Doug Kilaguchi and Shane Hirshe tallied a goal each for the winners while Mike Eurla managed a single marker in a losing cause. Brian Kanewisher banged In two goals and led the Lelh- bridge Marlands to an 3-1 vic- tory over the Cougars in Fort Macleod last night. Frank Kogler, John Fraser, Bob Oclney, Vince Petherbridge, Mark Ully and Allan Gepneris scored solo markers while G. Gedcke replied for the Cougars. Youiig arresfted CRAWFORD, N.J. fAP) Willie Young, offensive tackta for New York Giants, was re- leased on S150 bail Monday after he was charged with re- sisting arrest following a high- speed auto chase. 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