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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHtlKIDGE HERALD Wcdneiday. Novomrbr 24, 1971- quet big success football jiart'nts, spe- table with a remon- kcrs and tlK-prcspntiitiiin nf'awards dur- ing tin.' cvcmr.f. Master of ceremonies, Dwight THANK YOU BILL The Southern Alberta High School its annual banquet Tuesday and a i ration rrade to Bill Johnscri for his ccn- to the league. did an exceptional job able speech Riving the western livision's outlook on the past performance. Jensen of guiding the flow of events throughout the affair. Using jokes primarily person- ally-oriented, Jensen had tho gathering in an uproar as he talked about his athletic days. Jim Day, western seel ion commissioner gave an admir- Texas stadium the best? Adding some teasing remarks about Ihe eastern division per- formance this year. Dr. Day not only put the fathering in a jov- ial 'mood, hut gave eastern sec- tion commissioner Cliff Wright of medicine Met an opportunity for a quick-witted opening. "I don't know if it's time for a quipped Mr. Wright in response to Ihe gentle need- ling. tiuesl speaker Bill Johnson did a superb job leaving t h e young footballers some philoso- phical suggestions to think about. In his first point Johnson stressed that as tho years pass, hat sizes should remain i the should be realis- tic in reminiscing about our DALLAS (API -It should i pas, abilities, be something like opening In second point night at the Met in the new million Texas Stadium in i on U.S. Kodiaks thmnped d and a floor] Coach Karren described the on a swing through Dakota and .Montana, cold as they hit for only rcent of their shots from field. At the foul line they a D percent average them 20 points. portable floor used Tuesday as one of the reasons for his club's performance. The. floor actual- ly moved throwing the locals off. However, it was not only the floor that was hard for the Kodiaks to adjust to. The Marauders are a four year club and over powered the Kodiaks with experience and heighth. Curt Wolsey picked up 19 points for the locals while Bar- ley Frank managed 15. Gil Wosnack gathered in 15 re- bounds. s u b u r 1) a n Irving Thanksgiving Day Thursday. The double row of million- aire and company suites should see a classic contest of one upmanship as stoutly fought as any in the famed Diamond Horseshoe. There will be National Football League action. To some Texans, having a box at the new stadium is a precious status symbol, which can cost dearly. One hundred and seventy private suites encircle the let- acre stadium area, where Dallas Cowboys will play Los Angeles Rams on square feet of synthetic turf below. Ranged on two levels, they look like the promenade decks of some gleaming ocean liner. The suites are approached along soft-lighted corridors with wall-to-wall, which in turn are reached by fbor-to-floor escalators fruni snedally reserved p a r k i n s places 'thai cut. walking to a minimum. COSTS Just to get into this exclu- sive club means you have to invest in a bond to help build the place. The guarantees you your private box so you won't have to sit among the other 65.000 fans crowding the stadium, but it doesn't mean you get tickets for the game. How- ever, you can buy 12 of them for the knockdown price of f 10 a throw plus a 13th ticket if you need one for a servant to work your private bar. These tickets, plus parking fees for your three cars, can easily set you back another or so each season. Col- lege games and other stadium events would, of course, be extra. Christinas Giving! by WORLD RENOWNED GINO PAOLI Sold exclusively in Lethbridge Singers' Men's and Boys' Wear. DOUBLE KNIT SUITS With or without belt. 3 colors to choose 3 Navy, Brown, or Maroon. Can be worn with contrasting pants. Regularly 69.95 2-PIECE SUIT, SPECIAL DOUBLE KNIT PANTS Colors Navy, Brown, Maroon. Regularly 35.00 SPECIAL 55 SWEATERS Waffle stilch. White collar and cuffs. Regularly 59.00 SPECIAL PULLOVERS with colored trim around Also by Gino Paoli KNIT SUETS WEEKEND SPECIAL DOWN FILLED SKI JACKETS by WOODS and JONES Finest Matin. fioyuinr 47.00. SPECIAt he re- minded the boys that no mat- who they were some one idolized them atxl they should treat others with respect. You could hear a pin drop as he spoke. Presentation of awards, which ranged from Individual school trophies to league trophies, con- cluded a most enjoyable eve- ning. The four individual league trophies handed out by tho SAHSFL were all picked up by a member of the champion Catholic Central Cougars. John Kostiuk was named the top rusher during Ihe 1971-72 season, Ed Krajewski won the scoring title. Fred Hoffarth passer and Lyle Gallant the. top 1 lineman. Krajewski and Gallant also earned individual trophies from the Catholic Central Higl Krajewski led the way as he added to his collection, the most valuable Coucar player award along with hem.c the top scorer, while Gallant was named the CouqaiY iincman during the FOOTBALL AWARD WINNERS Trophies were the order of tho day Tuesday as the Southern Alberta High School Football League held !ls annual banquet end pres- entation of awards. Honored at the banquet were, stand- ing, Robert Taylor, John Kostiuk, Don Johnson, Ken Nak- ama, Laurie Legge and lyle Gallant. Sitting are Ed Kra- jewski, Fred Hoffarlh, Jim Wilson end Guy Pcmcnac. for infoi-malion en the awards each plnycr v.on end the school he played far see story. Tiv C'-KS rookie award went to Guy Pomahac while the Frank Dclmark trophy for the player who contributed the most and received the least recogni- tion went to Jim Wilson. Robert Taylor also took home a trophy for making the most tackles during the season. From the LCI Rams Larry Gibb was named the most valu- able Ram player, winning The Lethbridge Herald trophy, while Don Johnson earned the rookie of the year honors. Ken carted home the Winston Churchill most valu- able player award for his fine efforts throughout the season while Laurie Legge got the nod for rookie of the year. A special presentation was also made during the evening when Father Wilson from the CC1IS presented Dili Johnson with an engraved silver tray in recognition of his many contri- butions as commissioner last vear. TORONTO (CP) Dave Crrnmor, running back arrl re- cciver for Toronto ArconauLs. knows Ihe Argos' drey Cup op- better than any nf I! Three Kings liang tough In both double and single breasted styles. See these quality mado garments flown from Italy now. Wonderful gifti for the young er men. Total Satisfaction Guaranteed LEO SIHGER'S MEN'S BOYS' WEAR 214 5th Slrcot 5. Phono 327-3958 WE HAVE THE CLOTHES YOU NEED FOR THE LIFE YOU IEADI CALGARY (Special] Puck Alexander of Calgary Cougars picked up only one point last week bu' maintained his lead in ihe Alberta Junior Hockey League scoring race. Statistics released Tuesday and including weekend games show Alexander with 11 goals and 20 assists for 31 points, three more than Peter Scrahyk of Edmonton Movers. Scrabyk, five points off the pace last week, has 13 goals and 15 assists. In third place is Mike Clarke of Lcthbridgc Sugar Kings with 27 [joints on 12 goals and 1; assists. Tied for fourth with 2-1 points apiece are George Mc- Crea and Ken Dodd, both of the Sugar Kings. Boll Murray of the. Cougars and Scrabyk share the goa scoring lead, each with 13. Alex- ander has the most assists. Meanwhile in Edmonton Rer Deer Rustlers thrashed Edmon- ton Movers f C ir. Junior Hockey League game Tuesday nigiit. "Most cf the "itn-ns will be in be-: hinrl Helton. "flu: yon be ,-urc. Py n-ki.n. uiti can't hope 10 nuliiry Thumper because he's JL "-Is to it with peed. Cranmer played three seasons last 11 straight Calvary" Slampeders before j coming to Toronto in a trade spring. Now he goes against former team-mates in Sun- day's Grey Cup championship in Vancouver. 'There arc two keys to boat- irg Cranmer said just before Argos started packing to lerve today for Vancouver. I don't rank them in any particu'ar order because you have to do he said. Yeu've got to locate the holes in their zone defence and you must control their front fear. If you can do those things, you'il score all the points you need." Calgary, like most Football Conference teams, uses defence. They divide the backfield into zones with one man assigned to cover each zone. Eastern Conference teams concentrate on man-to-man de- fence with each defensive hack- fielder assigned to cover one op- receiver. "It's because Eagle Keys' caching has dominated the West for so long arcl he is the master of the said Argo defensive back Dick Thornton, referring lo the British Colum- Lions head cosch. formerly head coarh with Saskatchewan Rouahridcrs. Jim Duncan, Ihe Calgary coach, is a Keys pupil so lie be'ieves in it too. Cranmer said "there have to IK; scams between those zones and there should be an open area in front of the hacks and behind the linebackers. "Those are the pieces where j you can complete passes. If we can find those gaps, we'll be able lo throw against Calgary." The Calgary front four of j dross i ivl.-, you've n the" right lir.rris is not 1 got a sixth sense. He seems to I a man. If a blether can gel j to him, you can slow him down, -a at least." B T- Craimcr said he thinks the Argo defence, on the other hand, can present other prob- lems for Calgary. "Calgary's never seen the va- riety cf blitzes veil throw at i think they'll find it very difficult." Aiilo racers mod tonight Interested in building or rac- ing a slock car next summer? The Southern Alberta Auto Racers invite anyone interest- ed to a rules committee meet- ing Ihis evening at the Labor Club. The meeting is set lo get under way at iliro and every- one interested is welcome. TORONTO (CP) Thornton r.nd have one Ur'r.g in They thirk corner are exlra-speci le'cs. Thornton is prejudiced. He and Dave Rain-cy fill the job for Toronto Arpnr.auts, East- ern Football Conference c'.ir.mpicns. Thornton's flair for theatrics a' that position has annoyed some traditional- Duncan is an interested party in the', he coaches Ca1- gary Stampeders cf the V.TC. He "commends Thornton's ec- centricities as essential to To- ron'o's success. The two teams oppose one ar.olher in the Grey Cup na- tional final at Vancouver next Sunday. Eastern ccache often this scrsnn ton and Rdmcy worked over by quartcrbak. If Duncan has the same idea, he's keeping mum on the subject. The fllampn have an excellent quarterback in Jerry K( cling. "Argcs like to Hun- can noted this week. "V.'hen ynu're b'.ilzing your lineback- ers, you're tfking a lot auay from the cornerback.s. "That's the touches! posi- tion in football to p'ay. They have to prepared for pass j run coverage. It takes a j tremendous athlete to play corncrback." Argo assistant coach Frank (Blackic) Johnston agrees, adding that it's perhaps an even more difficult role than the quarterback's. "Cornerback.s have lo have fantaslic mental dispositions. Often, toa, they blamed for something was some other guy's SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFIERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES IINJUTE UFFLER IN3TA1.LATIDPJB Phono 328-8134 Low scores 2.'! in hoop victory Kimirnis jtml earned vu'iories Mor.djiy rvrninj! in Cily Men's U'.'ijiuo Kimunis, Ilio help of n IG-poinl performance (lien i t Alexander, upended InnLso CD- j Jerry Knv.ub ehipped in v.iin M for the winners. Dav Oliicf hooped for Inotso. In Lite second C.ipri belted the Cisniintn ily College 80-50 as Hon 2.1 pninls ;IPO lh: