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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE iriHBRIDGE IIERAID Monday, November 30, 19X0 Locals 'belt Rustlers livice on ivcckend s back In second spot By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer The LcUibrldge Sugar Kings put it all together over the weekend and as a result are back in second place in the six-team Alberta Junior Hock- ey League. Sugar Kings played host to the always tough Red Deer Rustlers but hoglied the visi- tors twice. Kings belted the Rustlers 5-2 Saturday and 84 Sunday before better Uian weekend supporters, .In other league action Cal- gary Mount Hoyal Cougars and Edmonton Maple Leafs split a pair of games. Calgary won 7-6 Saturday night but lost 6-5 Sun- day. Ponoka downed Edition ton Movers 5-3 Sunday. Sugar Kings came out flying Saturday night after Dwayne Bolkowy had given Red Doer a 1-0 lead after 47 seconds. In less lliaji one minute late in the opening period the Kings scored twice and never .looked back. Archie M c L e E n a n scored SAM'S THE MAN Sam Ekheverry, coach of the Montreal Alouettes, is the man of the hour as his players carry hirrToff the field, cigar in mouth, after his team's 23-10 win over Calgary Stampsders in ths 1970 Grey Cup, praised champs, thought field terrible TORONTO (CP) Calgary Stampeders, dejected after los- ing 23-iO to Montreal Alouettes to Saturday's Grey Cup ganaj, gave a full measure of praise to the winners but were less com- plimentary about the state o! the field at ONE Stadium. "For a Grey Cup game it was n said offensive guard Granvflle Liggins. "The field conditions were terrible. They could have been better they had done something about it. "Ths tarpaulin didn't help maybe they should Have left it off the Held all week FOR SNOW ICE REMOVAL USE X 73 HARMLESS TO SHRUBS, CRASS, CEMENT, ASPHALT, CARPET. For more informalion PHONE 328-5403 OR 824-3373 but make no mistake, we played a ball club that was good and a litUe better. "But I don't feel ashamed of how we lost it. I'm satisfied with this dub." Head coach Jim Duncan, who directed tire Stampeders to the Western Football Conference championship, said: "We didn't move the ball well. The breaks were pretty well just made some greal plays." Duncan said Ihte field made it hard for bofh quarterbacks to get proper footing. He said Al Phaneuf's third- quarter interception, his second in successive Calgary sequ- ences, was the turning point of the game. The defensive back grabbed the pass by quarterback Jerry Keeling on Calgary's 40-yard line and ran it back to Ihe 27. Two plays later, the Alouettes scored the touchdown that put them ahead to slay after Hie Stampeders had taken a 10-9 lead earlier ii- the quarter. Duncan said quarterback Sonny Wade "called a great game" for Montreal. "And I don't think Keeling 71 CORTINA gives v" 30 plus miles per gallon Better Stability V Front Disc Brakes V Easy Handling Lower Maintenance Costs 10. Leth. Kftgler (M- lers, Krook) 11- Leth. Dam- jrgsr (Rofcsrison, McCreai 12. Leth. Robertson (bench) Going maforJ McDonald {meior) GolfiS I RHO DHER 9 Rrsi 1. RD, Stumpf, MeLash) 2. Leth. Me- .ennan (Paskuskt, Krook) Pen- Hies Going Savil! .uski SscKid 3, Icth Aridreachuk George, Dodd) Rob- risen Robertson (misconduct) :M, tlndskoq Girsrri Thffcf period 4, RD, Stumnf fCglt- w e d d e r burn} 5. uth. 3eorc5 (Robertson) 6. Leth. Penalties Mci-en- fln GIrard GIrard lecrge Psskuskl Llndskog Weifsjerburn xvcdder b if r r Paskuf.H Mutch {garni; hilsccnducM derburn (ma- ANDY CAPP f-THE VICAR XSK COULC. to IT, VER CAN ARGUMENT WITH MESELF. Swimming club displays form The Letlibridge Lions Ama- teur Swimming Club de- feated a visiting Calgary Aca- dia dub in a dual meet over the weekend. The rich will get richer LOS ANGELES (AP) If Harry Ballon has his way, the rich will get richer this week during baseball's winter meet- ings. probably will make at least one deal, aJid TO might make two or the front office chief of the world cham- pion Baltimore Orioles said Sun- lay as officials of the 24 major league clubs and their minor eague affiliates continued checking to for the annual con- clave, which began with this morning's draft session. It is [wssible that Frank Bob- nsoa will figure in tie Orioles' rading scheme although Ballon denies the 35-year-old stagger is on the block. "I've said right along that Frank has been.a tremendous asset to our ball club and we aren't interested In trading Dalton said. "But if any- body got really serious shout a major deal that would benefit us greatly, it's conceivable that we would trade Frank." LOADED WITH TALENT The talent-laden Orioles are looking for another front line pitcher to supplement their Big M c N a 11 y, Mike Cuellar and Jim Palmer. They are nine-deep in top-calibre out- fielders, giving Dalton a strong suit from which to deal. "The only reason we would consider trading Frank is that we do have said Dalton. ndy Messersmith of Califor- nia Angels, whose name was inked with Frank Robinson's in jersisting trade nirr season, apparently is longer ever was. Messersmith, a gifted young curveball artist, was slowed by rib and shoulder injuries during he 1970 campaign and won only 10 games for the Angels, work- ng out of the bullpen in the last two months. But gen- eral manager Dick Walsh as- ert the right-hander recently that, ho will not be traded. Tim Myers picked up a first place finish in the 10 and under breaststroke along with firsts in the backstroke and freestyle events. In the 15-18 age group Bill Syree was tops with three firsts and a second. His first were won in the backstroke, breast stroke and freestyle events while his second place was in the butterfly. Swimmers with two first plate finishes were Wendy Tuk, Shu-ley VanDyke, Hob Emer- son, Helen Darcel, Joan Gunn jjid Rosemary Buchanan each s w i m m i n in different age groups. Tuk picked up her firsts In the girls 11-12 breastetroke and butterfly while VanDyke swim- ming in the same division won hers in the backstroke and freestyle events. Along with their firsts Tufc won a second in the backstroke and VanDyke a second in the butterfly. Swimming in the boys 11-12 section Emerson gained las ribbons in the butterfly and1 freestyle events. He also picked up a third in tba .backstroke event. In the girls 1S-14 division Dap- eel took her first place honors in the butterfly and backstroke while aiding tie cause with two thirds, one in the breast stroke and the other in the freestyle. Gunn picked up her firsts in the 15-16 brearfstroke and backstroke events. Other winners were Gordon Syme in the boys 11-12 age group with E first in the back- stroke, second in the freestyle and a third place finish in the breaststroke; Cindy Glib swim- ming in the girls 13-14 division with a first in the freestyle, a second in the butterfly and a second in the backstroke events; Nancy Allison swim- ming in the same division gained a first in the breast- stroke and a place ia the back- stroke and freestyle events. Tim Swailes in the boys 13-14 category with a first in the breaststroke, second in back- stroke and a third hi the free- style; Henry Van Egeteren swimming in the same cate- gory picked up seconds in the freestyle and breaststroke events along with his first place in the backstroke race; TUary Emerson to ttfe same division with a first to the style; Terry Tuk in the 'joys 1546 group with a first ia the butterfly and a second in the freestyle and Anne Beaty swim- ming in Ihe girls 11-12 division picked up a second place fin- ish along with three third place finishes Goalby wins Heritage event dressing room to news reppilers and officials (or 20 miautes after the game although Pat Mahoncy. Liberal MP for Cal- gary South, dub president A. C. Burton ;iud general manager j Rogers Ly'.hHv i earlier; NliEUS SL'RGEKY LOS ANGELES (A1'J1 Elgin Baylor will tmdergo surgery for a torn achiUes tendon, sido-liit- iiiR the Los Angeles Lakers cap- iriin iinlil illnrcli 1, the XnliotiM silmittcf) I linskctball Association dub an- I HEAD ISLAND, S.C. AP) Bob Goalby uron but- "or the thiitt timo in as many attention centred elsewhere. Goalby won the 1968 Masters when Roberto de Vieenzo was disqualified from a tie for first or signing sn incorrect score- card, and de Vieenzo got tin st- ention. Goalby won the 1069 Hobinson )pcn, tho same tet Trevino blew a Hve-stoke eat! and Billy Casper won the ich Alcan, Treyino-Casper-Aleaa got the attention. tad Sunday Goalby won the Heritage Golf Classic, onJy to have the spotlight stolen by 20-year-old Lanny Wadkins, who became the first amateur to sb years to finish ss high as second in a professional event. Goalby, a M-year veteran, saved the pride of Ihe touring pros when he fired a final-round .66, five MKlor jw on Us Har- bour Town golf links, and fin- ished with a total of 280 for his 10th tour wetory. Wadkins, 20-year-old Wate Forest student and the current U.S. amateur champion, was alone in second at 284, matching par on the oceanside layout. He had a final-round 68 and was .in contention for (lie top spot until he went two over par on the lithhple. From then on, it all Goalby. But il was (.lie first tune since Jim Grant took sec- ond f.a the 1964 Hartford Open that an amateur had finished so high in a regular lour event. Steve Memyk also was in con- tention until he ran afoul on the backside, shootuig a 40 to 77. He finished at 290. Bert Yancey, who shared the I Ihird-roimd lead with Mclnyk i had nwra trouble, shooting an SO for 533, ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL Intercollegiate Eaii 5 Winnipeg 4 W L T F A Junior Bos on 4 4 95 56 1 Victoria 1 New York 13 5 4 M 49 3 Vancouver t Montresi 11 '8 3 74 57 International Vancouver 9 13 3 72 a? 9 Trail 1 Detroit 8 11 3 68 77 Toronto 6 15 1 66 83 9 Calgary 5 Buffalo 4 13 43? 75 Inlercollcglatt S Winnlpng 4 Chicago H 4 5 83 47 8 Saskatchewan 3 51. LoUiS 11 3 7 52 38 Minnesota 10 8 3 51 52 CONFERENCE Philadelphia .10 f 2 51 52 Division P t'sburgh 10 19 S 61 66 17 Angelas a 11 1 57 (A 8 2 1 237 199 .8K3 California 15 2 4? 81 6, 4 0 179 1M Joia A 7 0 213 221 4W ALBERTA 3 7 1 177 252 .300 W t T F A 2 9 0 103 .182 Calgary U 3 3 111 76 Division ,12 7 3 119 72 5 6 0 23S 224 .453 Red Deer 10 5 A 98 72 5 6 0 330 214 .455 Edm. teafi 9 f "I n 101 5 6 0 195 .tfS Ponpka S 13 1 55 91 3 7 1 177 24? .3SO Edm. Movers 3 U 2 73 130 Division 6 3 2 259 ,4S? WESTERN City 6 3 2 237 193 .667 Eastern 5 6 0 223 284 .45S W L T F A Pis Esevan 16 6 T 91 67 Diego 4 5 2 220 231 .244 Winnipeg 12 12 1 1141D2 FOOTBALL Flln Flon 10 10 2 73 71 CONFERENCE Brandon 8 13 o 82 95 Regina 7 13 1 60 82 Louis 3 2 1 278 ISO .SOO Wasfsra Division Edmonton 13 4 1 119 70 7 4 0 207 389 ,634 calqary li 9 3 66 61 25 Swift CiHTSnf 9 12 2 80 SB 20 Saskatoon 9 13 1 82 100 4 7 0 "245 24? Phila, 2 8 1 25? .203 Medicine Hat 7 15 0 76 107 Division Minnesota 9 2 0 247 .Sli AMERICAN 7 i 0 283 5TS East Say 5 f> 0 157 22S .455 Springfield 10 11 1 73 85 Division San Fran. 731 25! 213 .700 Quebec 3 10 3 78 Angeles 7 3 1 23? 1SS Montreal 15. 4 74 .1 5 2 145 U4 west Qrieans 2 8 1 126 251 .200 Bal It 6 2 67 Hershey 8 10 3 58 61 Rochester 7 8 3 50 59 College S4 Holy Cross 6 NHL 11 Army 7 (5 A Pts -SpoStto, 80S 15 24 39 33 Alabama 28 Orr, Bos 9 23 32 Tech 17 Georgia 7 Hodqe, Bcs 12 17 29 State 16 Tulane H R. Hull, Chi 12 17 29 St. Cincinnati 10 De v'chia, Del 10 18 28 Ffa. 14 Florida 13 McKenzie, 603 a 17 25 Mississippi 53 Trinity 3! Rate le, NY 12 12 24 -19 Florida A and M 7 Chi 11 12 23 U Vanderbilt A Kurt'bscn, Vcr S 14 22 Virginia 20 Maryland 8 HOCKEY 34 Wichita SI 14 66 Oklahoma St j IB Baylor 23 Detroit 3 Montreal Christian 26 South Melhodbt 5? Boston 4 Toronto 2 New York 6 Pittsburgh WEST lows Sf 26 San Diego St Philadeiphla 4 Vancouver 1 Chicago Los Angeles Cal 3B Notre Dame J8 Utah Stata 45 New Mexico S! 21 American Cleveland 4 Hersbey BASKETBALL Moolrea! 2 Providence 1 Quebec 5 Baltimore Rochester 3 Springfield 1 124 Portland 111 3Dftland 4 Phocrvlx Mgeles 130 San Diego 11! 130 Atlanta w MEW 3 CHriton 120 Cleveland 99 Johnstown 6 Long Island 123 Florldlans 1W Greensboro 8 Nashvllls York 12? Texas 1U ncflana 130 Denver 107 Oklahoma Kansas Clly Utah 93 Maritime InlercollegUta 3maha Tylsa 1 Edward Island 64 St. Fort Weym 4 Dayton 1 Toledo 3 Flint Mskegcfi t Port Huron ?9 Chicago 'hunder Bay Green Bay IDS Cleveland SS izi Detroit 93 Yorktcft Saskatoon York 100 9? Diego 117 Phoenix 116 8 Drumheller Angles 98 San Francisco n Manitoba 111 Portland 95 'orlage ia Pralris 6 Selkirk Carolina 114 Flnrldlans 11J S St Boniface 5 Winnipeg S West KildtHan 142 Kentucky 119 Virginia 112 Utah 111 Saskatchewan AA iaskatoesi 7 Melvllls fi6 RMC 48 HumbcSdi 15 Regina Sherbrooks M Jo ra Dame 4 Fort Qu'Appella AA Alberta 98 Laurentlan <9 'onoko. 5 Edmonton Movers intcreoliec'oii 89 Rcqlna kl jsthbrldgt 8 fced Beer 75 Calgary 71 Western Canada Saskatoon 9 Hat LEAGUE eg ins Brandon I Ssfevan 4 Flln fton Jwifr Current 3 Winnipeg 1 4 Calgary 1 S 1 JS U -IS Arsenal 2 S7 IS ToltGnham 10 A -T .18 12 25 SATURDAY City 8 6 4 23 IS 13 3 Pittsburgh 1 U Toronto 9 Detroit 12 S J 5J U New York 3 Boston 10 f, 3 34 14 2S 5t. Louis 5 Vancouver 9 7 ,1 30 17 23 Chicago 3 Philadelphia U 8 9 2 22 25 Minnesota 2 Los Angeles 10 5 4 56 1? 2S American Sprlnqfietd 3 CSsveland III Bristol R 10 8 S IS 2t Rochester 1 Hershey 11 fi 3 33 18 a Villa It) 4 29 SI Portland 3 Bsisyer 9 7 4 29 21 25 San DIega 2 Phoenix 1 Seattle i Salt 10 4 5 25 17 Division IV Til Inn f, fnhfsel twn C 13 S 3 33 13 31 Haven 4 Long island .12 5 3 25 IS 2? 3 Jacksonville 12 4 34 19 28 Charlotte 4 Greensboro 2 '2 -1 4 45 35 2? Darlington 7 J 35 IS 2-! Amariils S Kansas Omahs 4 Fort Warth LEAGUE Oklahomi Ttslia W T L f Toledo