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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 25, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD J5 Reed left off all-star squad Rookie McKinnis unanimous Bjr TIIE CANADIAN PItESS Hugh McKinnis, Calgary Stampeders' left-Iiandcd halt- back from Arizona State, capped a sensational rookie sea- con Tuesday when lie won unan- imous selection to the Western Football Conference all-star team. The M-nian up of 12 offensive and 12 defensive chosen by the Football Reporters of Canada and announced by FRC presi- dent Laurie Artiss of Regina. Herm Harrison, tight-end team-mate of McKinnis and an- other unanimous choice, made the all-star list for a fourth con- secutive year, his fifth selection in six years. ANDY CAPP I'VE BEEN 10TTIN UP, "fOU SPENb AS MUCH ON BCOZE AS ALLQV ME F'HOUSEKEEPING' VER SsDRTH VSWEET'EART, f EVEN IF I AM Bowling scores CLENDALB BOWL TRACY'S STYLISTS Jean Passey 381 irena Lynde 316 Ruby Oseen 337 B. Fabbl 314 VI Prlca 251 (6731; Sandy Scattergood 372; J. Smith 260; Bea Salmon 263; Ann Duval 244; Joan Spencer 238, CIVIL SERVICE Jos Dlmnlk'361 Yo NIshlmura S92 Blair Hurt 291 (779; Byron HIrsche 353j Harry Garrlck 2M; Bob Black 256; June Taylor 268 Karlyn Spider 2U; Edna Todd 285; Fran Harris 278; Marge Bessellng 231; Charlotte Reid 269. I.O.O.F. Dlmnlk 272 Ens 374 John Rfimpel 275; Robin Wheeldot) 236; Brian Handerek. 265; Doug Young 291; Edna Lowen 315; Marie Smith 261; Sandy Scatter- nood 252; Jean Rapuano 233; Mary Bogusky 251; Marge Reid 250, CPR SOCIAL Doug Young 238 J. Kram.. J26j Bob Slncnllr 238; John Ci'Hare 230; George Matchett 273 Ernie Komm 202; Elaine Sinclair 306 FII Oberg 207; Mary Mailman L Wernlck 220; Minnie Komm 306, SHOPPERS WORLD Dent Smith 250 Bea Salmor aflfi Jean Paasey 276 Elaine Brown 246 Dot Sorenson 249 Irene Lynde 259 Laura Peake 239 Sandy Scattergood 249 (6395; Ricky Groot 272; Irene Seitl 2J2. KIMURA'5 MIXED Ruth Johnson 500 Lori Rook 210 GracB Snider 217; Cars Wy- roslek 530; Ev Peterson 203j DIanne Micnaells 212; Dennis Dick 210; Verent McGnte 211) Jim Roth 245; Linda Gra- ham 203; Georgia Weslergreen 230; Wfllli Westergreen SOUTH-ALTA PRODUCE Dot Olshaskl 259 Sandy Scat- tergood 255 Bev Clark 251 Hazel Jonsen 291 Lynne Tremel YBC BANTAM GIRLS Debblft Anderson 174; Carol Cal- houn 165 Kelly Gross 159; Deb- bie Urban 156; Susan Ober 133; Barb Tofh 136. YBC BANTAM BOYS David Wilks 197 David Sno- Mk 201 David Wells '212 Neal NIshikawa 182 Ken Nagy 172; Gary Calhoun 165; Bob Rapuano YBC JUNIOR AND SENIOR Debblo Calhoun 248; Selma NIshl- mura 188; Isabel Toth 187; Sandra 8awchuk 305; Gloria Lazarlcfc 214 Firth 193; John Cal- houn 3J2; John Hoyt 265; Brian An- derson 247 {4881; Davo Barton 237; Bob Dobrn John Barradough 190. Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE PROFESSIONAL SKATE SHARPENING PER PAIR 500 COOPER SUPER BLADES EACH 9 I C.C.M. GLASS WRAPPED CURVED HOCKEY STICKS FRES ROU OF TAPi WITH EACH STICK EACH C.C.M. HOCKEY HELMETS EACH for ilia Southern best (com Alborlo, BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thun. Frl. Till 9 p.m. Serving South Alberta for over 30 yean." son 243 John Scattergood Snr, 283; Clarence Tremel 260; Joe Tennant 261; Ben Pavon 265; Selto Mlyarshiro CHINOOK STATIONERS Jean Mills 239 Bev Potter 217; Wllda 253; Louise Church 202; Agnes Nyklforuk 202; Eerntce Hay 220; Cynthia Mllllgnn 223; Joan Milton 216; Vera Nicholls 241 Betty Hobbi 231; MHz Wooldrldge 2U. BOISE CASCADE Cyril Mees 201; John Park 331 Glllesple Dale Harnack 252; Judy Harnack 223 Vlnce Kovacs 214; Jack Stockton 203; Dave Waddell 265 SENIOR CITIZENS H. C. Brown 233; Jack Sta-ey Fred Beard 200; Van Wyk 203; Galloway 208; Henry Ml Ssdls Vandesype 171; I; Cecil 151. Minor hockey In Pee Wee action last night the CanUcte skated to a 3-1 vic- tory over the Penguins. Danny Stilson, Grant Wiens and Randy Charlesworth each picked up a goal for the win- ners while Robert Seynor avert- ed the shutout for the Penguins. The Cougars trimmed the Hornets 2-1 in a scheduled Ban- tam B contest. Ken Siebert and Brian Van- burren rammed in second per- od goals for the Cougars whili John Novak closed the gap i the third, but to no avail. In Bantam A action the Cana dians had no problems dispos ing the Jets as they cruised tt a 6-2 victory. Dais Zesting, Dave Jackson Brian Hobinson, Lee Salmon Cam MacLennan and Davic Sirovyok all picked up a goa apiece for the winners while Doug Brown replied twice for the JeU. Tom Knealy scored twice as the Royals upended the Comets 6-4 in Midget league action Tuesday night. Randy Joevenazzo, Bryan Conrad, Hod Vaykovich and rarry Kraik added singletons tr the winners. Dennis Hatt, with two, and Rod YanosM and Cam Mclntosh, with singles, were the Comets' marksmen. iSf Betty W WILSON JR. HIGH Wefidy Sera 254 C4351; Murray KobR 1E1; Selms NIshlmura 19B; Jane Mac- Phersoj 16fi; Deb Anderson lil; Leon Francis Jim Chymboryk 150. NIGA'S Jenny Feher 385 C75SH Mirlen! Bosch 543 Carol Becker 231 Dot Bulplrt 225 DIanne Violinl 238 Lena Moore 2S9 Phyllis Church 224 Dlanns Ped- ersen 223 Sandy 259; M, Praskach 278. C.H.E.C. Francis Wright m Bob Holmes 264 Steve Saler 273 Walter Currla 271; Yutaka Ura- no 288; H. C. Brown 259; Jean Christie 266 Elaine Wright 236 Sandra vVestllng 243 Fhyl Har- rison -250 'Donna Siemens 215 Joyce Berry 245 HAY AGENCIES Ruby Oseeri 276 (7361; Eleanor Fen- on 252 Jo Hodge 287 Held 208 Jackie Clark 274 Marl Neely 285; Jean Tan.son 40; Ann Pruegger 240; Mary Potvin .36; Pat Bartlett 232. HAMILTON JR. HIGH Gary Wong 345 Darlene Terry 01; Shelley Tobo lea; Glenn Bright 03; John Maesaard 169. CMnooks place fifth The Alberta Senior Men's Volleyball League came to an end this past weekend with the Jnivereity of Letlibridge finish- ng in a fifth place tie with the Jniversily of Calgary Dinnies "I and Calgary Premiers Et. The three clubs each had 2-5 The round-robin league ended nth the Calgary Premiers fa j4j.} first place with a 7-0 record fol- lowed by Edmonton Phoenix with 6-1. The University of Al- berta Golden Bears were 5-2 while the University of Calgary Dinnies were 4-3; Calgary Gar- rison were in last placa with no wins in seven outings. In action last weekend the Chinooks played Calgary Pre- miers II, the Golden Bears and Phoenix. Art Bareham and D e r a 1 d Fretts turned in excellent per- formances in a 3-2 win over the Premiers II and 3-1 losses to the Golden Bears and Phoenix. BOWLADROMH JUNIOR TEN PINNERS Wsrren Boslon Grace Mclntosh 145; Corrtnft Kometl Walt Giduk 153; Charles Lisl 162; Randy Sillillo 170; Roger Carrier 167; Jim Burris 156; George Conners 171j Jim May 144; Tom Mlhslik 145. CAPRI BOWL BANTAM GIRLS AND BOYS Leslie Killins U2; Carol Manak Ul; I Barbara Turner 133; Brenda Christie 135; Shelley Douglas 127; Gordon Symo 214; Kim Tlnordl 181; Darren Pepper 17fi; Frank Novak 145; Allan Gepnerls 175; Gray Greenway 772. YOUNG ADULTS Dennis Smilh 312 Ken AAal- comson 271; Barry Davids 240; Darrell Legler 281 Randy Wolstoncroft 257 Linda Malcomson 291 Carolyn Passey 203; Galf Hedbtrg 232; Bev Mezei 221; Suzan McDonald 217. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Darwin Romsnchuk 593 Lori Palmarchuk 185; Randy Jovenezzo 285 Les Erickson 271 Brad Marr 233 fjadine Kovacs 169; Peter Larson 216: Linda Mslcomson 217; John Novak 251 (4191; Lori Smesd 22S. JCCA TOURNAMENT Tom Hiroshima 337; Mun Takeda 301; Jim Hitia 283 Ryo Haqata 314 Francis Higa 278 Amy 276; Kaz Sugimoto 225; Roy Scnda 285; Pat Tobo 238 Masa Goshinmon 279. SENIOR CITIZENS CHALLENGE Jim Free! 310 Roy LaVailcy 247; Jim Whetan 238; Henry Bechthold 222; W. J. Schmidt 230; George Glaser 225; Jake Elchorn 244; Barbara Brilz 256; Ruby Oseen 234; Charlie Miller 233; Mary McLeay 221. FRIDAY SCHOOLS Mic.Mff MacLenn Irtl; Tom 30FV G.iiry Loniti-? ?HA Rnn Gretzingcr 238; Kim Prinrlle 144; Rick JrocG WMMns hamilton Lynn Pearson lil; Marllyr, Ssnd- 'S 156; Bev Passey M7. COM Lelfh Teller 223; Annetta Pure 325; Beffy Van C-aal 208; Maria Jokuty 239; Ethel Kcmerl 203; Geo Furo 243; Roger Lynda 239; Geo Szllagyl 236; Sam GIrardi 2-15 Toni Donaldson 241. AGT MIXED Frank Tultle 265 Pohl 314; Tom Yip 238; Rob Brack 237; Eleanor DcrigattI 252; Carole Homulos 328; Shirley Areshenko 204; Alex Thompson 239; Piizlnurllll 209; Agnos Pocia 212. Tlio only other unanimous choices on the offensive squat were quarterback Ron Lancas ter of Saskatchewan Rough riders, fourth choice in fivi years, and Ken Sugarman giiard will) British Columbia Lions, a second consecutive choice. Wayne Karris, the only unani moiis choice on the defensive squad, became an all-star line- backer for the 10th time. The offensive centre selection was won by the Roughriders for a 12th consecutive year as Tec Unless won his sixth all-star berth. Before Urness, Nei Habig won it for sli consecutive years. Saskatchewan won four spots on the offensive team and gary three. B.C. and Winnipeg Blue Bombers took two each and Edmonton Eskimos got one. Edmonton dominated the de- fensive squad, taking five posi- tions to three for Saskatchewan two for Calgary and one each for B.C. and Winnipeg. The offensive guard pairing of Sugarman and Jack Abend- schan of the Roughriders was a repeat from last year. REED MISSING One big name missing, how- ever, was George Reed of Sas- katchewan who had been an all-star for five years. He was injured nruch of the season and lost out to McKinnis and Jim Evenson of leading nishers in the Canadian Foot- ball League during the regular Silas McKinnie of Saskatchewan. It was a first time for McKinnis and Mc- Kinnie who bounced Reed and B.C.'s Jim Young from the all- star status they enjoyed last year. For Bill Frank, offensive tac- kle wilh Winnipeg, it was a first selection as an all-star in the West. He was an Eastern Con- ference all-star for three years, 196C-63. The teams: Offence Quarterback: Lan- caster; running backs: Mc- Ktanis, Evenson, McKinnie; flanker: Mike Eben, Edmonton; centre: Urness; guards: Sugar- man, Abendschan; tackles: Frank, Lanny Boleski, Calgary; tight end: Herm Harrison, Cal- gary; split end: Hick Shaw, Winnipeg. Defence Ends: Ken Frith, Saskatchewan, Ron Forwick, Edmonton; tackles: John Hel- ton, Calgary, Greg Pipes, Ed- na on ton; middle linebacker: Harris; outside linebackers: iave Gasser, Edmonton, Greg Findlay, B.C.; backs: John Wy- dareny, Edmonton, Ted Dushin- ski, Saskatchewan, Bruce Ben- nett, Saskatchewan, Joe Her- nandez, Edmonton, Paul Brule, CANUCKS ON THEIR WAV-Centra Andre Boudrios raises his stick triumphantly as he scores for Vancouver Canucks in the first period Tuesday against Minnesota North Stars. North Stars' goalia Cesare Maniago casts a Not playing like expansion dub mournful eye at the puck in the net while Tom Reid of the Stars steadies himself on the goalpost. Canucks won 3-2. Canucks close in on thin Winnipeg. Three-year pact BALTIMORE (AP) Quart- ;rback John Unitas confirmed Tuesday he has signed a three- year playing contract with (he ialtimore Colts which guaran- ees him an additional 10 years it employment in the front off- ce. Swiss official blasts Brundage L A U S A N N E, Switzerland (AP) Avery Brundage of Chi- cago, president of the Interna- tional Olympic Committee, was accused today of persecuting skiing in general and Alpine skiing in particular, S i g g e Bergman, secretary- general of the International Ski Federation, (FIS) made the comment in the wake of the dis- closure Tuesday that Brundage had written the FIS demanding an explanation of reports that nine Alpine ski stars were paid a day plus living and travel expenses at a training camp in Mammouth Mountain, Calif. An IOC spokesman said if the reports are confirmed the nine will be banned from (he Winter Olympic Gnrnes at Sap- porn. Japan. is n new dispiriting chapter in his 'Bmndagc's) prestige struggle in' which he does everything to preserve Olympic rules which hay? been out of date for too Berg- man said in Stockholm. "I am asking myself (he ques- tion whether there will be any Winter Games in oven (he Japanese are sure about it." TWO CANADIANS USTEF) The nine were identified us France's world slalom cnani- pion Jean-Noel Aiigcrl and his fellow Frenchmen, Georges Mauduit and Jean-Luc Pinel; Jean Daetwyler and Dumeng Giovanoli of Switzerland, West German downhill star Fran Vogler, Terjc Overland of Nor- way and two Canadians, Rod Hebron and Peter Duncan. In Paris, Maurice Martel, president of the French Ski Fed- eration, said tha FIS should By THE CANADIAN PRESS When the 1970-71 Natlona lockey League season openec his year the prediction was hat 'Vancouver and Buffai rould finish at the bottom o he East division. The reasoning was that the wo expansion a ucleus of big-name 'ould find the going tough gainst the more lubs. But as the NHL moves into its econd quarter, the Vancouver earn is'giving every indication does not intend to fold. Tues- ay night the Canucks held on o defeat Minnesota North Stars -2 in an NHL game, strength- ning their hold on fourth place n the division. The third In a row T the Can- cks 21 points, six more than ifth-place Detroit Red Wings, ho were idle. The Canucks now have nine wins against 10 losses and three ties. However, their 22 games are the most withdraw from the Olympic movement. Martel said that an agree- ment was signed in 1951 be- tween the FIS and the IOC per- mitting competitive skiers to give instruction for pay if they withdrew from such activity six months before the start of the racing season. "Mr. Brundage hates Alpine Martel said. "Person- ally I think the joke has gone far enough and that the Interna- tional Ski Federation should now withdraw from the Interna- tional Olympic Committee. I am going to wrife to this effect to Mr. Hodler." He referred lo Marc Hodier, president of the FIS, to whom Brundage addressed his lelter. Hodler was not available for comment. Neither was. Brun- dage. played so far this season, three more than fifth-place Detroit, third-place Montreal Canadiens and first-place Boiton Bruins. The other teams in the division each have played 18 games. In other games Tuesday night, Boston and St. Louis Blues played to a 5-5 tie, and Toronto Maple Leafs and Pitts- burgh Penguins also tied. 4-4. MAY BE SECRET Possibly the secret to Vancou- ver's success is the leadership the team is receiving from such NHL castoffs as their captain Orland Kurtenbach and Wayne Maki and the occasional out- standing netniinding from Char- lie Hodge. Hodge was again sharp Tues- day night as he kicked out 28 shots, many of them at point- slank range, to frustrate the North Stars, who hold third place in the West Division. Vancouver pulled into a 2-0 lead on first-period goals by Ray Cullen and Andre Boudrias but Tom Williams scored late in the period to narrow the lead to 2-1. Rosaire Paiment increased the lead for Vancouver to 3-1 early in the period and Hodge's solid netminding protected that lead until of the second period when Murray Oliver scored. He held the North Stars scoreless in the third period. Boston moved into sole pos- session of first place with its tie against SI. Louis. The Bruins, with 27 points, now are a point ahead; of the idle New York Rangers. Tim Ecclestono's goal wit.h 48 seconds left in the "game gave St. Louis the tie after the Blues pulled goalie Ernie Wakeiy with i two goals for the Bruins. remaining. The Blues, led by Bill Suther- land's two goals, had to battle from 2-0 and 4-2 deficits to earn the tie. Ken Hodge also scored Summaries TORONTO 4 PITTSBURGH 4 First Period 1. Pittsburgh, Boyer J (Pronoycst, McCollum) 2, To- ronto, U'Uman 8 (Henderson, Arm- strcng) Penalties Rupp Sittler, Harbaruk Labre Sather Second Period 3. Toronto, Keon 8 (Armstrong, McKenny) burgh, McCreary 3 (Boyer, 'H 5. Pittsburgh, Schinkel 9, Pittsburgh, Schock 6 (Bathgate, :37; i. Pitts- fh r, 'Harbaruk) I Hodge's second goal at of the third period had given Bos- ton a 5-4 lead. The Leafs also had to over- come an early deficit to earn the tie against the Penguins. Wally Boyer, with a goal in the first period, and Keith Mc- Creary, Ken Schinkel and Ron Schock with second-period goals, had given the Penguins a. 4-2 lead but goals by Guy Trot-1 tier and Billy MacMiHan in the tltb-d period earned the tie for night with four real visits the Black Hawks at Chicago, New York plays Flyers at Philadelphia, Buffalo Sabres meet the Penguins at Pittsburgh and Los Angeles Kings play the Golden Seals in California. sburg Polls) Pensltles MacMillan Monahan Bairn Third Period 7. Toronto, Trotller 9 {Ullman, Henderson) A-.21; 8. Toron- to, MacMlllan 6 (Keen, Monahan) Penalties None. Shots on floal by Pittsburgh 1! 14 K Toronto 31 7 37 BOSTON I ST. LOUIS 1 First Period 1. Boston. Sandei son 6 (Awrey) 2. Boston, Stan- field 4 3. SI. Louis, Sutherland 3 (R. Plager, Sabourin} Penalties D. Smith Sutherland, McKen- Ile D. Smith Second Period 4. St. Louis, Barc- lay Plager 2, J. Boston, Bycyk 13 (McKenzle, Orr) 6. Boston, Hodge 10 (Orr, Cashman) 7. St. Louis, Crisp 1 Lorent7, Ca meroitj Penalties D. Smith St. Marseille Plcard Third Period 8. St. Louis, Suther- land 4 (Sabourln, B. Plager) 9. Boston, Hodge 11 (Esposito) 10. St. Louis, 3 (Morrison, St. Marseille) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Boston 11 12 St. LoulJ 8 14 Attendants VANCOUVER I MINNESOTA I First Period 1, Vancouver, Cullen 5 (Johnson, Qulnn) 2. Vancouver, Boudrias 10 (Popiel, Tsllon) 3. Minnesota, Williams 2 (Parlse, Bar- reft) Penalties Williams Doak Wilklns V, O'Shea Arbour Second Period I. Vancouver, Pale- menf 4 tPopIel, Boudrias) 5. Min- nesota, Oliver 2 (MeKsehnle) Harvey Taylor Third Period' No scoring. Penal- None. Shots on goal by Minnesota 11 J Attendant -23 j Although Les Binklej' faced 37 shots in the Pittsburgh goal, he was never under much pressure from the Toronto forwards as most of their shots came from near the blueluie. 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