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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta i TTIt lETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, November SJ, BRUCE MILLIS JOHN JASIUKIEWICZ Kodiaks set for weekend tournament When the Lethbridge Com- munity College Kodiaks take to the floor as hosts for the 1972 edition of the President's Invi- tational basketball tournament they should be favorites. The Kodiaks, under the dir- ection of Tom Karren, won the western Canada junior college title in convincing fashion last year and according to reports have strengthened for this sea- son. Locals supporters will get their first real look at the Kod- iaks this Friday and Saturday as they host Great Falls Col- lege, Carroll College of Helena, Mount Royal College Cougars, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology and Medicine Hat College in a two-day tourna- ment. Action gets under way Fri- day evening at with games to follow at and Sat- urday's semi-finals are set for one and.three with the consola- tion event decided at and the primary final goes at Expected to see plenty of ac- tion this weekend for the Kod- iaks are John Jasiukiewicz and Bruce Millis. Millis is back for his second season with the locals and Kar- ron is looking for big things from his 6'6" centre-forward. Millis, who hails from Calgary, had an off season last year due to a back problem that is 100 per cent ths year. Jasiukiewicz is the shortest Kodiak at 5'10" but more than makes up for It hi hustle and accurate shooting. Kenuey sharp Bill Kenney netted 24 poinls to lead the Miner's Library to a convincing 92-65 victory over New Dayton in Commercial Men's Basketball League action Monday night. Gerry Kozub chipped in with 18 poonts while Barry Cronkile hooped 19 poinls for New Day- ton, who trailed 50-28 at half- time. Now it seems he's not in favor of expansion John Bassett withdraws Argonaut motion TORONTO (CP) A Toronto Argonaut motion to the Cana- dian Football League meeting in Winnipeg last week recom- mending expansion into the United States will be withdrawn when the owners meet next week in Hamilton, John Bassett said Tuesday. Basset, who met earlier with federal Health Minister John Munro in Ottawa, said he pre- sented the minister and mem- bers of his staff with "some facts and figures' about which tiiey were not aware. The Argonaut owner said It was made 'quite clear" to Munro that "those of us who be- lieve In expansion, our objec- tives are the same a strong Canadian Football League." Using his own team to explain the financial woes of some CFL clubs, Basset said the Argos have subsidized the league to the extent of in equal- ization payments and television revenue over the last four sea- sons. He said the Information he provided the minister "clearly indicated one, two or three teams could not continue to carry the whole burden.' Bassett said the proposal to expand into the U.S. was not made on the assumption that more money would be avail- able, but to ensure the financial viability of the league and to keep it alive." He said other posibililies for expansion were discussed and that he was withdrawing the Toronto motion, that the Cana- dian Football League accept, in principle, expansion to the United States." The meeting with the health minister followed reports during the weekend that the federal Herron, Lueck lead ivay in votes Little surprise in west all-stars MONTREAL (CP) The running and blocking com- bination of Mack Herron and guard Bob Luec'K, along with the passing and play-calling of quarterback Don Jonas, geared Winnipeg Blue Bombers to the top of Western Football Confer- ence this season. Hcrron's and Lueck's contri- bution to the Bombers' success vas recognized in their unani- mous selection by the Football Reporters of Canada to the WFC 1972 all-star team an- nounced Tuesday by FRC presi- dent Pierre Proulx. Jonas didn't get the nod of all the selectors, but he clearly had [he edge over Edmonton Es- kimos' Tom Wilkinson In the choice of who should lead the dream team as quarterback. Herron, at fullback, and Lueck, at guard, each was named on all 19 ballots turned in by FRC members in Wini- peg, Regina, Edmonton, Cal- gary and Vancouver. Eleven on of- fence and five on picked for the 28-man team that includes three wide receivers, 'hree guards, three defensive tackles and six defensive backs. SIX ESKS CHOSEN In addition to the 11 Winni- peg players, the selectors chose six from Edmonton, four on defence; five from Calgary, three on defence; four from Saskatchewan, two on defence; and one B.C. Lion on offence. Ties at wide receiver and guard on the offensive team and tackle and halfback on the defensive club accounted for the four additional players. The team: OFFENCE Jonas, Winnipeg. Running hacks Mack Her- ron, Winnipeg; George Reed, Saskatchewan; Tom Campana, Saskatchewan. Wide Thorpe, Winnipeg; Jim Young, British Columbia Lions; Gerry Shaw, Calgary Stampeders. Tight Walls, Ed- monton. Tackles Bill Frank, Winni- peg; Charlie Turner, Edmonton. Lueck, Winni- peg; Granny Liggins, Calgary; Larry Watkins, Edmonton. Swift, Winnipeg. DEFENCE Tackles-John Helton, Cal- gary; John LaGrone, Edmon- ton, Joe Critcblow, Winnipeg. Ends Bill Baker, Sas- katchewan; Jim Heighten, Win- nipeg. Middle linebacker Mickey Doyle, Winnipeg. Outside Gasser, Edmonton; Ray Net- tles, Edmonton. Cavness, Win- nipeg; Bruce Bennett, Sas- katchewan; Dick Dupuis, Ed- monton; Gene Lakusiak, Winni- peg; Frank Andruski, Calgary; Larry Robinson, Calgary. Two players, tight end Tyrone Walls of Edmonton and defen- sive end Bill Baker of Sas- katchewan Roughriders, were just one vote shy of being unan- imous choices. Herron, the WFC's nomi- nation for the Canadian Foot- ball league's most valuable player award, made good use of Lueck's blocking in piling up 527 yards along the ground. ANDY CAPT" He ran for 11 touchdowns, added three more on passes from Jonas, 1971 winner of the CFL's MVP award, and ran 120 yards with a kick-off return for another. Jonas had another impressive year. He compiled 252 of 447 passes, good for yards and 27 touchdowns. On the debit side, however, he had 26 aerials intercepted. The WFC all-stars Included 15 repeaters from a year ago. On offence were Jonas, Her- ron, Reed, Thorpe, Frank, Lueck and Swift. Making the defensive unit again were Hel- ton, LaGrone, Baker, Gasser, Bennett, Dupuis, Andruski and Robinson. Minor hockey Craig Brown and Craig Mur- ray provided the offence and Gary Pcto the defence as ihe Nationals blanked the Imperi- als 6-0 In Midget League action. Brown and Murray each scor- ed twice while singles came from Doug Brown and Brian Maciura. The Jets and Voyaguers fought to a 1-1 stalemate after three periods play Tuesday night. Rod Snopek trailied for the Voyaguers while Tim O'Brien replied for the Jets. Boxing clinic, amateur bouts sports menu TONIGHT City Recreation Hockey League. Labor Club vs Miners B p.m. Univer- sity vs Communily College Hen- derson Lake Ice Centre. Central Alberla Junior B League. Lelhbridge Native Sons vs Taber. Taber Civic Ice Centre City Men's Basketball League. Fair- field Appliances vs Cardston. Sena I or Gladstone Mall New Dayton vs Friendship Centre Ebony Hawks vs Doug's Civic Centre. THURSDAY City Recreation Hockey L e a q u e. Purity Bottling vs Labor Club. Hender- son Ice Centre FRIDAY President's Invitational. Lelhbridqe Communily College. Games at and SATURDAY President's Invitational. Lethfarldge Communily College. Games at one, 1hree, and Alberta Junior Hockey League. Cal- gary Canucks vs Lelhbridge Sugar kings. Henderson Lake Ice Cnefre Devils bounce Kings BLAIRMORE The Pass Red Devils scored three goals in the final period to defeat the Lethbridge Sugar Kings 5-2 Tuesday in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game. Derrick Haas, Larry Lestan- der, Nell Zinger, Wayne Krebs and Terry McFaul scored for the winners while Keith Mc- Mann scored both Lethbridge goals. The Pass led 1-0 after the first period and 2-1 after the second. The Pass outshot Lethbridge 39-37 and took 15 of the 25 pen- alties called in the game. Both teams each received a major and a misconduct and .Leth- bridge also picked up a game misconduct. Meanwhile Drumhellcr Fal- cons scored two unanswered goals in the final period Tues- day night to defeat Edmonton Mets 6-4. Edmonton fought back to a 4-4 tie going into the final frame after trailing 3-1 after the first period. Kenny Nelson and Garry Bembridge led Falcons each with two goals with Trent Cur- rie and Dwight Klemik adding singles. Dave Bell led Edmonton with three goals and Ted Fellows scored the other Met.1; goal. Edmonton outshot Drumhell- er 36 27 and each team was assessed a major penalty tor fighting. Drumheller took of nine minor penalties. government would do all It can to keep the CFL an all-Cana- dian league. Ralph Sazio, general manager of Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and owner David Loeb of Ottawa Rough Riders were quoted as saying they would withdraw any idea of expansion into the U.S. if they had government as- surances that U.S. leagues wouldn't bo allowed to use parks partly financed by gov- ernment money. Western Football Conference clubs were reported to be unan- imously opposed to expansion into the U.S. Munro said during an Ottawa Hamilton game in Ottawa Sat- urday he would be glad to talk to CFL officials to see what guarantees the government could make along these lines. He said the government might discover it had other powers it could use 'to prevent expansion of the National Football League into Canada. In Calgary, president Roy Graves of the Stampeders said Bassett's announcement was unexpected. "I'm so much surprised by this that I think there's something else in the wind." He did not speculate on what the "something else" might be. The Stampeders would like to sec the league continue solely Canadian and possibly expand within the country in two or three years, he said. As far as gate equalization payments go, Vancouver and Calgary have paid out money along with Toronto, "but this is what it takes." Mr. Graves said the impor- tant thing is that clubs which have difficulties, such as Mon- treal do better in the market that is available to them. Saskatchewan Roughriders do not have a large market but have done a "remarkable job" in remaining competitive. In Regina, Saskatchewan Roughriders president Alan Sangster said Bassett's state- ment was welcome news. "I'm just very, very glad he saw the light. The public was dead against it. It would have ruined Canadian football." Sangster said the entire issue was creating a "great deal of dissension in the CFL." "There is no doubt in my mind that expansion would have killed Canadian football." He said there was no way United Slates teams could have kept a Canadian rosier because it's against their constitution to discriminate against Ameri- cans. "It would have been particu- larly sad for Regina where we have to fight all the time to keep our heads above water." In Edmonton, Norm Kimball, general manager of Edmonton Eskimos, expressed pleasure. "I think it's he said, admitting he was "a little sur- prised." "I thought It would come to a vote during Grey Cup week, but I didn't had any chance of passing." Kimball said It was evident Mr. Munro has impressed on Mr. Bassett "that the govern- ment is interested in the Cana- dian Football League as it is, not as it would be if it expanded into the United States." The slogan "Right on target for 1975" will be heard In in- creasing amounts in the next little while as Lethbridge awaits word on its bid to host the 1975 Canada Winter Games. In keeping with the prepara- tions necessary to stage the Games the Department of Cul- ture, Youth and Recreation and the Alberta Amateur Boxing 1 WEEK ONLY WINTER TIRE SALE -AT- CENTRE BRIDGE SERVICE 1219 3rd Avc. S. Phone 328-8601 EXAMPLE: 775-14 or F7B-14 BLACKWALL jon.75 GUARANTEED USED TIRES As Low Wheel Balancing each LICENSED MECHANIC ON DUTY Association are co-sponsoring an amateur boxing officials clinic Dec. 1 and 2. Registra- tion will take place at seven o'clock Dec. 1 at the Civic Cen- tre, Room 3. This two-day clinic will cover such topics as scoring, salcty education, duties and powers of officials. The clinic will con- clude with practical officiating at a boxing card on Saturday evening, Dec. 2. The Lethbridge Boxing Club will stage the card in conjunc- tion with the clinic. Instructor for the clinic is Mr. Ossie Osland of Edmonton. Os- land has officiated at the Pan- American Games and the 197L Canada Winter Games in Sas- katoon. This clinic has a number of broader implications since am- ateur boxing is one of the sports In the Lethbridgo-Southcrn Al- berta bid for the Games. Upon getting the Games it will bo necessary to have a number of competent officials to assist in carrying out boxing. The clinic is open to nil per- sons over the nge of 16 who arc interested in acting as nma- Icur boxing officials and ref- erees. All persons who success- fully complete the clinic will receive a Inxing officials card. For furthor information conl.irt Mr. Mnx Gibb, southern Hec- Consiillnnl, of Culture, Youth Recreation. RINKE WORKS OUT Cramcn Rinkc will soo action Dec. 2, a Salurday evening, as HID tcllibridge Boxing Club puls on an amalcur bout in conjunclion wilh tlio officials clinic Dec. 1 cmcl 2. A TERROR OF LATE Wayne Bowes of the lelh- bridge YMCA has been a real terror on the racquet ball courf of late. Recently he won Ihe Canadian open consol- ation, championship in Vancouver and ihen last weekend in Saskatoon won> the "A" championship at the O'Keefe'i Invitational. Tim Filuk of the cily won ihe "A" consolation. Racquet ball is becoming a very popular sport at tho YMCA and a tourney is planned possibly for Ihe first of the new year.__________ (Bill Groenen photo) ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Red Deer Drumheller Calgary Edmonlon The Pass Lellibridge L T F A Pis 4 Q 133 66 30 7 0 93 M 20 9 0 109 87 20 0 73 109 16 10 6 B 0 60 74 16 3 14 0 63 104 6 NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl Divi W Montreal 14 Rangers 1-1 Boston 1ft Buffalo..... 7 Detroit B Vancouver" 7 Toronto Islanders is! on L T 3 West Divi Los Angeles Minnesota 9 Plllsburgh 10 Allanla 9 Chicago 9 Phlla...... 9 51. Louis 4 Calllornla 3 LEADERS Lemalre, M....... Esposilo, B....... Gilbert, R Goring, LA....... Bucyk, B......... Perreault, Buf..... Cournoyer, M Backslrom, Berry, LA NBA F A Pis. 86 -13 32 62 51 29 86 70 22 53 51 21 57 5A IS 66 79 16 52 57 15 38 83 7 79 76 32 57 51 21 73 61 21 4B 65 21 M 59 20 67 49 20 39 51 13 47 77 10 G A Pis. 17 14 31 U 16 30 12 16 2fl 13 Id 27 B 19 27 8 19 27 1.1 13 26 13 13 36 13 13 26 Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Pel. rfc 16 3 .BJ2 .875 .167 .050 Boston Buffalo Phila Atlanta Baltimore B 10 Houston...... 7 10 Cleveland 5 IS Western Conference Mldwset Division Milwaukee ......12 5 Chicago 11 K.c.-omahn Detroit....... PaclFli Los Angelps Golden Slats Phoenix........ 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