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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Lancaster still liked by Voters TORONTO You can take Rick Tom Wilkinson or Joe but Football of Caolda took Ron Lancaster as the Canadian Football League's All Star quarter- bacjk. FRC president Bill Steph- enson of Toronto said Wednes- Randy drops notch CALGARY Terry centre with Red Deer has regained the lead in the Alberta Junior Hockey League scoring race. Wittchen now has 38 points on 15 goals and 23 three more than Randy Joe- venazzo of the Lethbridge Longhorns who has 11 goals 24 the league said in statistics released today. Peter McMahon of the Pass Red Devils and Roger Mitchell of Drumheller Falcons are next with 34 and 33 points respectively. The -Calgary Canucks Jerry is fifth with a league-leading 19 goals and 13 assists Red Deer goaltender Ron Bourcier is the top netminder with a goals-against-average of 2.18 SCORING LEADERS GP Q APttPlm RO 22 15 23 36 16 L 20 11 24 35 32 Pass 21 10 24 34 13 Mitchell. D 20 16 17 33 12 Bancks. Cal 23 19 13 32 14 D 22 17 14 31 12 RD 21 15 16 31 43 Edm 21 15 15 30 21 LCC plans bird event The Lethbridge Community College will stage its annual badminton tournament this Sunday. The one day event will feature play in men's and women's singles loubles and mixed doubles. Action will get underway at tine o'clock Sunday morning nth the men's singles and vill be followed by the romen's singles. Any badminton player tlanning to enter the one day iffair at the LCC gym may do o by contacting Ed Martyna. Entry fee has been set for 1.00. the 34-year-old field general of Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Western Football Conference was an almost-unanimous choice. The only other quarterback named on the ballot was of Toronto Argonauts in the Eastern Conference. George McGowan of Grey Cup-finalist Edmonton Eskimos extended his role as wide receiver by gathering a unanimous vote for that after taking the award last week as the out- standing football player in Canada. George whose runn- ing combined with Lan- caster's passing to give Roughriders the'best one-two punch in the was nam- ed to the All Canada team for the sixth time. Joining the 33-year-old full- back in the offensive backfield were Roy Bell and John Harvey of Montreal Alouettes. Als' Johnny nam- ed outstanding rookie in the CFL this was included as wide receiver at tight end. FLANK DESJARDINS Guards Ed George of Mon- treal and Jack Abendschan of Saskatchewan flanked centre Paul Desjardins of Toronto on the offensive while Winnipeg Blue Bombers' perennial star Bill Frank and Edmonton's Charlie Turner were at tackle. The defensive front four in- cluded Saskatchewan's Bill Baker and Jim Corrigall of Toronto at John Helton of Calgary Stampeders and Rudy Sims of Ottawa at tackle Jerry Campbell of the Grey Cup champions led the voting at middle but Ray Nettles of British Columbia who was named to one of the outside linebacking was just one vote behind Campbell. The other outside linebacking spot went to Mike Widger of the Dick-Adams and Marcellin of rookie Richardson of Lewis Porter of Hamilton Tiger Cats and Larry Highbaugh of Ed- monton were the defensive Halfbacks. gaining All-Star recognition for the first time since has had a 12-year career in the with Ot- tawa and Saskatchewan. His records included most most passes most passing most touchdown and most passes 277. There were five repeaters to each Dalla George and Abendschan on Nettles and Adams on defence. November 1173 THl LITHNIDQE HERALD 11 LCI hoop tourney set to roll Friday Tournament officials for the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Invitational Boys' Basketball Tournament are ready for action and will get the ball rolling Friday after- noon. Eight high school clubs take part in the two day seventh annual classic which has been organized into a modified double knockout af- fair. Teams joining the defending champion LCI Rams for the annual event includes Lethbridge Catholic Central Raymond Magrath Calgary Sir Winston Churchill Calgary Ernest Manning Grif- Regina Miller Marauders and Montana. All eight high schools will have a crack at capturing at least one of six team trophies up for grabs as well as two in- dividual awards. Trophies will be awarded to the championship championship con- solation third place the team exemplify- ing the best sportsmanship and to the top cheerleaders. Individual awards will be presented to the player show- ing the best sportsmanship along with ability and to the top foul shooter. In order to determine the top foul each team participating in tourney will select their two best shooters for an elimination contest throughout the two days. Meanwhile the annual classic will officially open Friday afternoon at four o'clock with CCHS Cougars meeting head on with Valier. Raymond and Calgary SWCHS Bulldogs will follow at while Magrath and Regina suit up at seven. The defending tourney champion Rams and the Calgary Ernest Manning Marauders will finish the opening round play with a nine o'clock tilt. Action will conclude Satur- day with seven big games. The consolation semi finals are slated for the morning at and while the cham- pionship semi finals have been set aside for 12 o'clock and starts. Horns edge LCC The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns defeated the Lethbridge Com- munity College Kodiaks 7343 in an exhibition basketball game staged at the U of L gym Wednesday night. Four players hit double figures for the Pronghorns who led 33-27 at the half. Phil Letham led the way with a 17-point performance while Gary Williams chipped in with 16. Max Zaugg followed with a 15 point outing while Larry Baker added 11. The who captured the consolation trophy in their own invitational tourney last weekend.were paced by Brent Fairbanks with 23 points and Bob Hansen with 19. Meanwhile the Pronghorns used the exhibition encounter to tune up for their Canada West University Athletic Association Men's Basketball League action this weekend. The who managed a split in their season opener with University of Calgary Dinosaurs last will travel north to Edmonton for a pair of games against the University of Alberta Golden Bears. The female varsity Pronghorns will also make for a weekend series against the U of A gals in CWUAAWBL play. yourself The consolation final will follow at three o'clock while the third place final and championship final will go at and nine o'clock respec- tively. In Wednesday's edition of the Lethbridge Herald four teams were discussed very briefly. A resume of the remaining four squads are as follows. MAGRATH The Zeniths are a hustling ball club with solid rebounding ability. Top notch ball players such as Kevin Ron Ted Haynes and Tim Rollingson will be the key to their success. The Zeniths recently captured their own invitational tournament by edging Raymond by two points in the final. Zeniths also shoot well from the outside and use their fast break to great advantage. Should do well in the tournament. SIR WINSTON Could be considered the tourney favorites. Lineup bolstered with veterans who helped the Bulldogs capture the 1972-73 Alberta boys' cham- pionship title.. REGINA Have held their own in the LCI tourney in re- cent years. Marauders will be led by Novak who led the team to a strong finish in their league play last season. VALIER Have the poten- tial to upset any ball club in the tourney. Defeated Sir Winston Churchill 40-39 last season but suffered losses to LCI and CCHS. Perhaps the underdogs this weekend. ANGELS GO DAYSIDE ANAHEIM Califor- nia Angels said Wednesday that in an effort to conserve energy they have reduced by 12.3 per cent the number of home games requiring lighting at Anaheim Stadium during the 1974 American League baseball season. Special Old. GentfeRyeWhisky. NOW OPEN Bqiwltirti Skate Exchange Sharpened Shined New Laces Sanitized We still have a good stock of... C.C.M. PRO STANDARD ADJUSTABLE HOCKEY HELMETS CSA approved All TACKS and JUNIOR TACKS bfCCM OrcrTipakNiMMk MtrTNto ......4OS If .M BERT 4 MAC'S CYCLE CLOUD MONDAY Tkjn.IM.il I South AflMm tor ovtr 30 Southwest League opens on weekend The 1171 74 Southwest Conference Boys' League Mara will officially underway weekend. As in yean each club in the eight team league will have a 14 came scheduled which is baaed on a home-and -home series. Once again the participating wUTinclude the Winston Churchill Coaldate Stirling Vaux- hall Fort MacLeod Milk Picture Butte and Taber. The biggest season opener set for this weekend will feature the defending pennant champion WCHS'Bulldogs and the defending zone champion Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels. The Gaels are also the defending provincial boys champs. The two clubs will open their season schedule Friday night with the Gaels acting as host for the encounter. Meanwhile the Gaels could possibly have another cham- pionship club if they are able to play up to their potential this season. The Coaldale club is ladened with talent and depth which are the main ingredients for a championship ball club. In the Gaels have so much talent that coach Pius Labolevech is a little worried. As he put have a lot of but of course having a lot of talent is just as big a problem as having no talent at For we have good several potential top scorers and possibly the best bench strength I've ever had at Kate Andrews and this could lead to problems. Leading the way for the Gaels this season will be the likes of returnees Richard Walt Mike Ewald George Jim Martens and Jake Steinbrenner along with centre Brian King and David Janzen. Both King and Janzen toiled with the Gaels two years ago but sat out last season. Meanwhile the 1973 74 Southwest Conference Girls' Basketball League season will also open its schedule this weekend and the Coaldale Larks are ready for action. The Larks will meet bead on with the Winston Churchill Griffins in their season opener Friday night at seven o'clock. This match will be staged at the WCHS gymnasium. The Larks have waited four long years for another provin- cial girls championship title and coach Lei Santa feels the time has finally come. Santa feels his 1973 74 roster is potentially the strongest girls' team be has coached in his nine years at Kate Andrews and has thoughts of going all the way to the provinciaitiue. The Larks will definitely not lack height as they average some two inches over five- feet. Four returnees bolstering the lineup will be led by sharp shooting Bonnie Sandra Cynthia French and Sandra Vaselenak. With talent iike Santa's predictions may just be right on. Co-captains Co-captains Richard Boras and Walt Zielinski will lead the way for the Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels this season as they seek the Southwest Conference Basketball League title. They open their 1973-74 season Friday night. now FROM MADE-TO-MEASURE SUITS 89 Suit prices may seen high these but they're nothing compared to the steep prices experts arej predicting for the near future. So take advantage of our exceptional values. We'll tailor a superb to your measure for what you'd pay for an off-the-rack model. Our huge selection of quality fabrics includes regular-weights and lightweights in new tones and patterns. Come in and order your suit today while we're still able to offer easy-on-the-budget prices. Slight Charge for 48 and Over OVERCOATS Stock Models and Sizes. Special DRESS PANTS pure wool flannel worsteds. Reg. 27.50 .MVEflFTCERTinCATEl ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN the nmn-ttj-ihc- CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-8021 Tkvn. wri Fri. tiH I p.m. ;