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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD M, wo By OAllliV .W.I.ISON Herald Staff Saturday night at The Calgary Inn the champions of the Cana- dian rodeo circuit were hon- ored at a banquet and dance. Close to 530 fans and competi- tors were on hand. Arnold Ilaraga, Jerry Sinclair and Gid Garstad picked up the major awards. Sinclair, a youngster of 23 years, was competing for the first time on the Canadian Rodeo Cowboy Association pro- fessional circuit- and picked np three titles. He was named the rookie of the year and was also the high point permit holder. But the biggest award won by this personable youngster was the saddle bronc riding champion- ship of Canada. The C. N. Woodward Trophy, nn impressive bronze trophy sculptured by Corne Martens of Coaidale, was presented for the first time this year along with a cash award. The trophy, to be given an- nually to the Canadian cowboy Gid Garstad (left) holds COWBOY OF THE YEAR the C. N. Woodward Trophy with the help of Corns Martens of Coaidale. Martens sculptured the bronze award, presented lo Garslad at the Canadian Rodea Cowboys Association banquet m Calgary over the week- end. Garstad was named the "Cowboy of the re- judgrf best in ability, spftrts-, Ceivin9 tha magnificent trophy and o cash award. manship, appearance, person- ality and rodeo betterment, was presented to past C.K.C.A. pres- ident Gid Garslad. Gaistad, five time Canadian bull riding king, has picked up the sll round championship over the past two years at the world famous Calgary Stam- pede. Gid showed his qualifications for ability ami sportsmanship at the Lethbridge rodeo this champion and steer wrestlin lung in tho person of Arn ing old when he placed high in the bull riding and also re- ceived the hard-luck trophy. _ Ills apparent winning time ir the steer wrestling event was missed by the timers and he bad to do'it all over again. Gid accepted this setback without question, proving to be a true sportsman. His second effort placed him well out of the money. The tiny hamlet of Skiff boasts the Canadian all round cbampic lung in Haraga. Arnold also finished well In the calf roping event placing second behind Lome Wells, who copped his sixth Canadian title in that event. Competing mainly in the steer wrestling and call roping events, Haraga qualified for the all-round title when He placed in the bareback event._ at a rodeo in Edson, Alberta. Born in Lethbridge in 1938, Arnold has been rodeoing pro- fessionally for over 10 years. He's a past winner of the Cal- gary Stampede's steer decorat- ing event in 1965 and has ap- peared in the Canadian steer wrestling and calf roping stand- ings for many years. He and his wife Kaye, a former Miss Rodeo Canada, have three children, (Brian, Leonard and and make their home on a acre farm In the Skiff area. Dale Trotter of Clarkson Valley captured his second straight bareback bronc riding title while Date Fuhrtean, Tay- lor, B.C., picked up his first bull riding crown. Also receiving Canadian championship trophies and awards were Ernie Borin, wild horse race; Allan Currier, wild cow milking; Jack Diice, ama- teur saddle bronc; chuckwagon leader Tom Dorchester; and Bucfcaroo, Larry Wyatt's Cana- Leeds United L ON DON (CP) Leeds United fended off a determined second-half onslaught from verhampton Wanderers to ham- mer out a 3-2 soccer victory Saturday and stay four 'points up at the top of the English League. The First Division program brought a slight reshuffle among the three London clubs huddled behind Leeds with Ar- senal, 1-0 winners away at Ips- Warriors, Elks each post ion wich. taking over second place from Tottenham Hotspur. The Spurs tumbled to a sur- prise 2-1 defeat at home to New- castle United while Chelsea, the other title-chasing London club, took both points from a 2-1 win at home to Stoke City. Leeds, which has played one game more than its closest ri- vals, now has 31 points from 19 games Mowed by Arsenal Spurs (25) and Chelsea Title favorite Leeds played without injured Scottish interna- tional stars Buly Bremner and Eddie Gray, But three first-half goals by Allan Clarke, Mick Torus and Paul Madeley gave Usi-w. 'sufficient momentum to survive a brisk challenge from Wolves after the interval. Lethbridge Warriors remain- ed unbeaten in the Southern Al- berta Juvenile Hockey League while the Lethbridge Elks split a pair of games on the week- end. In their only game the War- riors doubled the score, 8-4, over the Brooks Legionnaires. Boss Walker and Larry Mar- chuk each scored three times for the winners. Singletons came off the sticks of Jack De- Heer and Jon Petrunia. Saturday night the Elks edged Bassano 4-3 as Marty Maxwell scored twice. Ken Klinkhammer and Wendlin Wandler added solo efforts. B. Noda, L. Seheibner and M. Binghani replied for Bassano. dian bucking horse of the year. Iran out of steam. IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TWES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FAIL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! iieticr i Should Go To 1 RANCHO TEXACO I Today.' El Ranches Ernie Says DONT SUFFER ALONG WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAYI Old AVE., M.M. DRIVE PHONE 327-5406 'ack when full- back David Craig shot Newcas- tle ahead. This was the first league goal Tottenham has eon- ceded at home since Aug. 19. Tommy Gibbs later increased the Newcastle lead and despite a goal Martin Chivers, Spurs could not avoid a surprise de- feat, A crowd of saw Liver- pool haul back to a 3-2 triumph over Everton after conceding two goals m a nine-minute spell in the second half. After Alan Whittle and Joe Royte had put Everton 2-0 up in the 103rd league clash between the two clubs, Liverpool slammed back to clinch a spec- tacular victory through goals by Sunday afternoon the Elks Steve Heighway, John Toshack lost a marathon 12-8 verdict to Medicine Hat Wheelers. Marty Maxwell fired home five markers for the Elks Sun- day. His brother Brian added a singleton as did Lyle Clampett and Wandler. The game was tied 3-3 after the first period and 6-6 after two before the younger Elks and Chris Lawler. Toshack's goal was his first for Liverpool since he was traded from Cardiff City (or earlier this month. LEICESTER STAYS In the Second Division, pace- maker Leicester City clung lo its two-point lead with a hard- earned 2-2 tie away to Norwich City, while Luton Town took over second place from Cardiff City with a 2-1 home win over Portsmouth, Cardiff was beaten 2-1 away to Charlton Athletic. While the big names of Eng- lish soccer were contesting their weekly league, teams from the First and Fourth Divisions bat- tled with more than 30 clubs from the himiblo amateur and semi-prpfessionai ranks in the first round_ of the English Foot- ball Association Cup. Cougars extend league lead lo four points remain in second with Ulhbridgc Sugar Kings hung onto second place in ilie Al- berta Junior Hockey League Sunday after gaining a split in pair weekend games. Kags slipped into third place Saturday evening when the} were edged 4-3 by Red Deer Rustlers but the Kings moved back into second past the Bustlers by downing Pon- Slainpeders 5-3 Sunday. Calgary Mount Royal Col- lege Cougars moved into a four-point lead atop the stand- ings by taking two from the Edmonton Movers 7-2 Saturday evening and M Sunday, fn the only other game played the Edmonton Maple Leafs dump- ed Ponoka 6-2 Saturday. Two third period goals Sat- urday turned the trick for the Rustlers. Terry Wcdderbnrn, Dennis Resch, Wynn Dempster and Dwayn-3 Dolkowy scored for the Rustlers. George McCrea, Ken Dodd and Ken Chalmers replied for the Kings. Red Deer led 2-1 after the first period but the two clubs were deadlocked 2-2 after 40 minutes. Dave Shardlow pud Dave George of the Kings were given game misconducts for taking part in a first period brawl. Dale Andrewkiw of Red Deer also received a game- misconduct. Red Deer took 13 of 23 penalties in the game, and two of five majors. Staiday the Kings came on strong in the third period to belt the Stampeders. Ponoka held a 1-0 first period lead. The two clubs were tied 2-2 after two. Joe Mutch tallied twice for the Kings with singletons com- ing off the sticks of George, McCrea, and Gary Paskuski. Marcel Comeau, with a pair and Everett Simahtoa scored for Ponoka. Sugar Kings took none of 1? penalties in the game and the two clubs split four majors. The Maple Leafs outshot and outcbecked Ponoka Stam- peders to take a 6-2 decision Saturday night. Wayne Paulson scored the first two of his three goals and Rick Nornden added the other to give Edmonton a 3-0 lead in the first period. Then Paulson got his third and Craig Stiles, and Dale Bowler combined to make it fi-1 after the second lo lead the Cougars to a 6-5 win over the Movers. Tho two goals gave Leguil- loux a total of 44 points for first place in league standings. Other Calgary goal scorers were Lloyd McMahon, Ian Hunter, Pollock, Darrell Goss Ponoka. The game slowed consider- ably in the final 40 minutes. Marcel Comeau of P o n o k a scored the only goal. Kibble LeguiUoux scored his 18th. and 19th goals to lead the Cougars to 7-2 victory over Ed- monton Movers Saturday night. The two-goal performance gave Leguilloux a total of 40 points, tops in the league stand- ings. The Cougars outclassed the monlon with two and .lim Mil- ler, Hob Sidney and Mel Gushattey scored one goal each. A sparsa crowd of about 40 spectators watched Banks in the Edmonton goal and Dar- ling in the Calgary goal each while Ernie Griffith led Ed-1 moke 30 saves. ANDY CAP? -I'M MAKIN OVER 'TWO THOUSAND A YEAR; IN CASEY1 TRIPS T1 THE PUB Cliinooks meet Bisons tonight The University of Lethbridge Golden Bears easily handled Chinooks basketball team who suffered a heart-breaking 73-77 loss to the Winnipeg Wesmen in their league opener Friday night will be out to revenge their loss against the U of M Bisons tonight. Game time is slated for 8 p.m. at the Civic Centre. Meanwhile the U of L Chi- nook girls made a clean sweep over the visiting U of A Pandas with Doug Topley scoring for tins past weekend dropping [hem 57-47 Friday evening and bouncing the visitors 57-37 Sat- Movers. They led V) after the first period, 5-1 after the sec- ond and fired a total of 51 shots at goalie Brian Banks. Scott Darling stopped 24 in the Calgary net. Ian Hunter, Lloyd McMann, Al Pollock, Doug Blaney and Brian Spence also scored for Calgary. Craig Wolansfcy and Ken Le- Lacheur replied for Edmonton. Calgary look five of the eight penalties and were assessed the only misconduct. LeguUloux duplicated his Sat- urday night performance Sun- day when he scored two goals urday night. Leona Voth, the veteran for- ward, rammed home 19 points while a new comer Bosemary Broderiefc hit for 14. For the Pandas Lynda Phil- lips managed 9 points. Next weekend the Chinook girls will travel to Calgary and tangle with the U of C Dinnies in two league encounters. In other WCIAABL action over the weekend the U of A Women elected RED DEER, Alta. Drumheller 1 Nelson WIHL 5 Calgary 2 Western International Cnmbrook 6 Trail 5 Ontario Junior MonireBl J Peterborough 1 Toronto 7 Oshawa 5 London 9 St. Catharines 3 Hamilton 5 Ottawa 3 Kitchener 4 Niagara Falls 1 Manlfcba Junior West Kildonan 6 Selkirk Kenora 7 St. Boniface 5 St. James 3 Dauphin 1 Winnipeg 5 Portage la Prairie 4 Western Canada Edmonton 7 Flin Flort 2 Saskatchewan Junior Saskatoon 6 Melville A Weyburn 6 Notre Dame 1 Junior Lethbridge 5 Pcnoka 3 Calgary 6 Edmonton Movers 5 British Columbia Junior Victoria 7 Kelovma 2 Vancouver 2 PenSldon 1 New Westminster 6 Chllltwack. 4 Kamloops 2 Vernon 2 SATURDAY national New York 5 Montreal 4 I Toronto 5 California 3 Bosion 5 Philadelphia 2 Pittsburgh 6 Detroit 1 Minnesota 3 BiiHalo 0 Vancouver 3 Lcs Angeles 1 Chicago 3 St. LGUJS 3 American Quebec 2 Baltimore 2 Cleveland 4 Montreal 0 Hershey t Sprlmfteld 2 Western Phoenix 4 Portland 4 Denver 4 Salt Lafce City 4 Central Kansas City 4 Dajias 2 Fort Worth 4 Tulsa 2 Oklahoma City 9 Amarillo 1 Alberta Senior OrumhGller 5 Nelson WIHL 1 Edmonton 7 Kimberley WiHL 3 Western Canada Saskatoon 7 Swift Current 3 Estevsf! 8 Brandon 1 Alberta Junior Red Daer 4 Leihhridgs 3 Calgary 7 Edmonton Movers EdmtmSon Maple Leafs 6 Ponoka 2 Saskatchewan Junfcr Humboldt 10 Notre Dame 2 Western imcrcoilegiali Manitoba '6 Calvary 2 Alberta 7 Winnipeg 3 21 FOOTBALL I AMERICAN CONFERENCE P A Pis Division 10 M W U T F A Pet. 56 38 ZS' Baltimors 7 2 1 216 .778 43 n Miami.....6 0 17? 184 .600 Buffalo 3 1 1W m .333 55 63 15 NY Jets 3 7 0 192 211 .MO 32 a .....190 94 234 .100 Ji 70 n Ccnlral Division Cleveland s S a 227 218 .500 Pittsburgh 4 6 0 133 163 .300 Cincinnati 4 6 0 194 210 .400 43 45 IS Houston ..271 146 .222 43 46 IS West Division 50 47 Oakland 6 2 2 245 208 .750 49 57 15 Kansas City ..532 211 175 44 75 12 San Diego 4 4 2 2M 205 .500 Denver 5 5 0 202 173 .500 NATIONAL CONFERENCE A Pis East Division 99 64 2? St. Louis 7 2 1 255 13S 3106 66 35 NY. Giants .630 197 169 ,667 Dallas.....6 4 0 191 90S .600 80 89 17 Washington 4 6 0 221 220 .400 1 52 87 9 pnlla.......1 71 158 21! .125 1 117 i Central Division Minnesota 9 1 0 237 W .900 Detroit 6 4 0 255 H2 .600 Green Bay 5 5 0 156 210 .500 Chicago 4 6 0 164 204 .400 West Division San Fran. 7 2 1 239 113 .771 Los Angeles .631 20? 142 .667 Atlanta .....352 145 164 .375 New Orleans 271 120 22J .222 COLLEG8 FOOTBALL East Boston College 21 Massachusetts Brown 17 Columbia 12 Connecticut 20 Holy Cross 20 Cornell 6 Princeton 3 Dartmouth 28 Pennsylvania Harvard 14 Yale 1! Penn State 35 Pittsburgh 15 Rulcjers 30 Colgate 14 Syracuse 56 Miami, Fla. 16 Villanova 30 West Chesler 7 Grambling 37 Southern 24 Maryland 17 Virginia 14 North CaroJIna 59 Dyfce 34 South Carolina 38 Clemson 33 Tennesses 45 Kenludsy 0 Tulane 31 North Carolina State ft Ulan Stafe 15 Memphis 12 Vanderbilt 36 Tampa 28 William and Mary 34 Richmond Midwest Arkansas S 17 Southern Illinois J Buller 35 Indiana Central 0 towa 22 Illinois W Kent State 34 Xavler i Missouri 23 Kansas 17 Nebraska 9.3 Oklahoma 21 Northern Illinois 4.1 Buffalo 26 Northwestern 23 Michigan Stale 20 Notre Dams 3 Louisiana Slats 0 Ohio Slate 2 Michigan 9 Oklahoma stale 36 teia Slate 27 Purdue 40 tndlana o Tulsa 3 Idaho 17 Wisconsin 39 Minnesota H Southwest Arkansas 1i Texas Tech 10 Houston U Wake Forest 2 Rice 17 Texas Christian 15 Soulh Methodi'Y 23 Baylor 10 Far West Arizona 38 Wyoming 12 Arizona Stsle 33 Mew Mexico II California 22 Stanford 14 Colorado 49 Air Force 19 UCLA 4? Southern Ca! 20 Utah 14 Brigham Young 13 Washington 45 Washington S 2S PRO BASKETBALL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Ptl GBL New York.....16 7 .692 Philadelphia 13 10 .565 3 Boston 9 10 .474 Buffalo....... 5 13 .273 Central Division Baltimore.....12 9 .571 Cincinnati.....7 12 .368 Atlanta 6 12 .333 Cleveland..... 1 72 .043 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Bruins., Rangers each tmn twice Leaders fail to gain ground s t'A Milw 15 1 Chicago Detroit u B phoenix 12 10 Pacific Divlsloi Los Angeies 11 6 San Frandsco 11 9 San Diego..... II 11 Seattle....... 10 12 Portland s M .364 PRO BASKETBALL SUNDAY NBA Phoenix 114 Cleveland Atlanta 125' Philadelphia tlS Los Angeles 149 Seattle 124 Milwaukee 126 Portland 104 ABA 108 New York 92 Memphis 141 Denver 121 Texas 139 Pillsburgh SATURDAY NBA Phoenix 125 Seattle 119 Cincinnati 114 Detroit 10! New York 102 Cleveland 94 Chicago 11 Boston 10? Atlanta 130 Baltimore 103 'land 112 Buffalo 168 Milwaukee 127 San Francisco .an Diego IIS Seattle 114 ABA Plllsburqh 114 Carolina 100 Kentucky 114 New York !J Virginia IIS Indiana 103 Florida H7 Texas 132 By IAN JlactuUNE Canadian Press StafI Writer Boston and New York re- mained in a deadlock and Chi- cago Black Hawks continue to be pressed in the National HocKcy League standings after weekend games in which none settle for a "-3 tie Saturday 1 night against St. Louis Blues, their nearest rivals in the NHL West Division, In another Sunday game, De- troit Red Wings tripped Phila- delphia 4-2 after losing 6-1 Sat- urday against Pittsburgh. Toronto Maple Leafs held on prove their position. Boston Bruins tripped Pills- burfih Penguins '1-2 Sunday and ot She division leaders could ini- for a 5-3 win over California, Minnesota blanked Buffalo Sabres 3-0 and Vancouver Can- ucks defeated Los Angelrs 3-1 in Philadelphia Flyers 5-2 Salnr-j oilier Saturday games as all 14 d.'ty but remained in a .sliindoff NliL teams saw aclion on the atop the Hast Division samoday fnrlhc limr. York K.'mgcrs, 2-n vie- j TitCMlfly, vigils To- -A'er Mi.ruie.'iota North Slar; j ronin, is ;if Loiii.s and Siiiitiify and 5-1 Saturday Vancouver entertains Mimw- "Montreal Canadicns, .sola. Tte Clack Havrfa, meanwhile, j HULL HAS u NOW druwixxi California floldon Seals' Hull's output at Chicago Sun- Sunday as liobby Hull col-j day gave him 11 goals for Ihe Icetcd three goals for the 25th j season. He needs oniy one more time in liis career, but had to' garao in which ho scores ibrco goals or more to tie Ihe NHL career mark of 36, held by Montreal Canadiens' now -re- tired scoring ace, Maurice (Rocket) Richard. Tho shutout for Tony Esposito of the Hawks was his third of the season. He holds the season record of 15, set last year dur- ing his rookie campaign. Boston's Phil Esposito scored once nnd assisted on Iwo goals by lincmate Ken Hodge in the 4-2 Bruin victory lo increase his lead atop Ihe individual scoring race. Tho Bruins' centre now lias 34 points off M goals and ?0 league hiphs. Rookie goallcridsr Gillcs Ville- mure stopped 34 Minnesota scoring thrusts, including 15 in (he second period when the Hangers could manage only seven at Gilles Gilbert in the North Stars' goal. But Dave Baton, with his fifth goal in three games, notched the winner and captain Bob Kevin on a breakaway padded the New York victory as the Rangers extended their home- ice unbeaten string to ntac, seven of them victories. HOWE SC011ES TWO Gordic Howe and Frank Ma- hovlicli scored two goals each in Detroit's win at Philadelphia but the victory may have been costly to tte Red Wings. Howe, their 42-year-old all- slar, missed most of Ihe last half of the game after suffering a bruised rih cage in a collision with dcfaiccman. JOQ Watson of the Flyers. Dr. Stanley Spoont, (he Flyers' loam physician, said Howe's rib cage was packed in ice and (lie bruises (lid not ap- pear serious. HOT DEALS ON WINTER TIRES 6.50x13 Blaekwai! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE lift lit Soulh 3274886 or ;