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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta FLORIDA-WEST INDIES CRUISES 7 dtyt Tempi 7 Cirlbtxin CrulM Cclgiry Frldcy, Commencing Jan. 10, occupcncy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Mall 328-3201 Third Section Pat Sullivan Namath A man to admire The National Football League is three weeks from comple- .ion of its 1974 season. When the curtain rings down Dec. 15 it will also bring to an end one of the greatest careers in the game's history. It is pure speculation on my part, but I can't see Joe Vamath playing another year with the New York Jets. Weeb rCwbank has already decided he will not return to the Jets as lead coach and I believe Namath will be next in line. Namath was like the Cassius Clay of football in my opinion in 1969 when he guided the Jets to an upset Super Bowl win over Baltimore Colts. His arrogant manner made me sick of a man I had never net and in all likelihood, never will. I wanted Namath to get his. You see, I was a Colt fan ohnny Unitas was my man and the Jets and Manath made fools >f him and the Colts. We all learn, don't we? My respect for Namath has grown over the years. It reach- >d a peak Sunday afternoon when he passed his Jets to an upset over Miami Dolphins. It is not beating the Dolphins that is so amazing. The Jolphins have been almost human this year losing on two other iccassions. What does amaze me is the intestinal fortitude that Namath as displayed, this year in particular. It would be the simplest ling for him to hang up his famous white shoes and take off his 4o. 12 jersey and say goodbye to the game. Namath, it can be said, does not owe football a thing. If I had sat down and written this column a few years ago I rould have gone to great lengths to tell you what an overrated gotist Joe Willie Namath is. I'm glad I didn't. Namath joined the Jets after a successful college career un- er Bear Bryant at Alabama. The Jets signed him for the Imost unbelievable sum of The howls were loud and jng on how one man was not worth that kind of money. I don't have to tell you that I agreed with most of them. But i my case it was envy more than anything and yet I never had ic talent to even think myself approaching his level. It simply made me mad that some college hotshot could eece the public for almost half a million dollars without even laying a game Namath's name stuck in my craw for a long time but that is 11 over and done with. I am now an ardent admirer of his. In a way Namath reminds me a great deal of Mickey lantle. It was the same thing with him. I am a Dodger fan and lantle and his pinstriped playmates used to thump my Dodgers i the World Series with great regularity. It took some time for le to warm to Mantle. But now I often think about just how good Mantle would ave been with two healthy legs. The same goes for Namath. Each and every time Namath steps on a football field he ikes a chance on suffering an injury that could cripple him for fe. After four knee operations the doctors have nothing left to tend them if they became hurt again. Namath loves football 10 much to give it up without a fight. But he has got a fight on his hands now. His father is in condition in Beaver Falls, N.Y. He is suffering from nphesema and a gall bladder attack. Namath and his father are very close. His father has but le wish. Only one thing will make him happy. He wants Joe to lit the game of football. It now appears that Namath, the same guy that gave his first contract to his brothers and his brother in law, will as his father asks. lurling egistration or girls Registrations are open for 1 girls wishing to curl in the 'thbridge curling playdowns r the Canada Winter Games. Girls must be under 19 of age as of Jan. 1.1975 id live in the area they present for at least six onths prior to the Games. The playdowns for thbridge are Dec. 7-8. The uthern playdowns are Dec. 23 and the provincials, at Imonton will be Dec. 27-28. Deadline for Lethbridge is Dec. 4. For Iher information contact elma Coutts at 328-2930. Old-Timer game tickets available Tickets for the Dec. 8 National Hockey League Old Timers game are now on sale at Leister's Music Ltd. in downtown Lethbridge. They will be on sale from 9 a.m. to p.m. every day until Satur- day. Dec. 7. Besides Leisters tickets are also available at the Sportsplex from 1-5 p.m. each day until game time. LETHBRIDGE BRONCOS PLAYER OF NOV. 17th to NOV. 23rd RON DELORME This week's player of Jhe week is Ron Delorme of Cochin. Saskatchewan. The 6'2V veteran of last years Broncos scored 5 goals and 5 assists, including one game winning goal. Keep up the good per- formance Ron. Buy Quality And More At liNUTE MUFFLER INSTALLATIONS The Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, November 30, 1974 Lithbridge Office Furniture Ltd. Lowvr Tin 81. Shopping Mall MMrtn (403) EM.7411 FILING CABINETS LCC President 9s Invitational underway Pages 21 to 32 Kodiaks, Montana win opening games By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks may have defeated Mount Royal Cougars of Calgary 90-74 in the opening round of the President's Invitational Basketball Tournament Fri- day night at the LCC but Kodiak coach Ben Brooks wasn't too pleased with the win. "It's terrible to come out of a game that you've just won and you can't feel satisfied with your the LCC mentor stated. "We are not running our systems at all. That's why we had so many turnovers When they pressure us we are not reacting properly to that pressure. We're not using what we've learned in prac- tice." On the plus side of the ledger for the Kodiaks coach Brooks was quite pleased with the way his club was moving the ball. "We were advancing the ball well throughout a good portion of the game but in many instances we were following that good movement up with some questionable shooting." In the opening game of the evening Northern Montana College bested the Kodiak Grads 84-81 in a close contest. The 1974 75 edition of the Kodiaks opened quickly in their game with the Cougars, leading 16-3 with barely four minutes gone in the game. By the half the Kodiaks were ahead by a 54-37 margin. At one point midway through the second half the LCC club had a 27 point bulge on their opposition. If the Kodiak shooting had main- tained its 44% pace throughout the game they would have easily passed the 100 point mark They ended up with a 39% average for the contest. The big shooter for the winners was Greg Hess, who coach Brooks credited with playing a fine first half. Hess hooped 19 points. Steady working Kendon Eakett was next in line with 16. Curtis Travis had 15 for the Kodiaks and Dave Preus and Al Pard canned 12 each. Stew Bauck was tops for the Cougars with 16 points and Clark Dennill chipped in with 13. Al Park and Curtis Travis played solid two way games for the winners while hustling John Jasiukiewicz proved there is still room for a good little man in basketball. Though he only added two points to the Kodiak total he was all over the floor on defence and worked hard setting up offence plays. The Northern Montana College Kodiak Grad game was a see saw battle all the way through with the Montana boys finally ending up with the three point edge. 84-81. The Grads held a 42-39 lead at the half but seemed to tire just a little in the final stanza. The game was tied on six different occasions, once 'as late as the 11 minute mark of the second half. Montana upped their lead to eight points with remain- ing but the Grads fought back to bring it back to a three point difference with less than two minutes to play. Gary Williams played a strong game for the Grads, stealing the ball a number of times and setting up many Grad scoring drives. He also was top scorer for the team with 24 points, 18 of which came in the first half. Mike Evans, who also played a strong game both ways, was the leading Mon- tana point getter, hooping 19 points. Dave Barta was next in line for the winners with 17 points. Alec Dudas' hot shooting hand from outside was good for 17 points for the Grads. Basketball action in the round robin tournament con- tinued through this afternoon and will wind up tonight with the Kodiak Grads meeting Mount Royal College at and the final game pitting the LCC Kodiaks against Northern Montana College at 8-30. REBOUNDS... A capacity crowd of 450 took in the open- ing night's action LCC Grads looked pretty good con- sidering they hadn't held a full practice together Wendall Cahoon wasn't dressed for the Kodiaks he had another engagement he was married Thursday night Bruce Millis of the Grads was assessed three technical fouls at once in the Grad Montana game and ejected from the contest. Northern Montana tried stalling tactics with about three minutes left in their game but it almost backfired as the Grads pulled to within three points Kodiaks were behind 1-0 before the clock started to run Kodiak Dave Preus was given a technical foul for dunking the ball during the warmup Sir Curtis Travis is a show all by himself., ..the energetic Los Angeles holler- guy is a bundle of excess energy on the court. KODIAKS' GREG HESS (32) LOOKS FOR A TEAMMATE TO PASS TO DURING THE KODIAK-COUGAR GAME Pronghorns take win OLDS (Special) Two goals by Mike Weisgerber sparked the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns to a 6- 3 triumph over the Olds College Broncos in Alberta College Athletic Conference hockey action Friday night Rob Amatto, Wally Tunow, Craig Walters and Alvaro Zanolli scored the other local goals. while Randy Armstrong, Greg Becker, and Don Jensen replied for Olds. The Pronghorns built up period leads of 2-1 and 4-3 en route to the victory, and out- shot the Broncos 49 26 over the 60 minutes. The locals took 10 of the 17 minors handed out. The Pronghorns will be in action again today in Red Deer, where they take on the College Kings DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. >t DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 into CAREER OPPORTUNITY IN CAR SALES Well established Chrysler Dealership requires two persons to fill vacancies in their sales team. Contact MR. FRANK COFFEY at 527-5581 for interview. ATTENTION To all Accutron owners and those who are considering the purchase of one HIGA'S JEWELLERY TAKES PRIDE IN INTRODUCING E. JERRY KAMEYAMA Who comes to us from BULOVA INTERNATIONAL in Tokyo, Japan. He has six years of experience in repairing accutrons, mini accutrons and the finest of timepieces. SEE ACCUTRONS, ACCUQUARTZ AND MINI AC- CUTRONS IN A WIDE VARIETY STARTIN6 FROM HIGA'S JEWELLERY LTD. 406 13th Street North "With Two Watchmakers for Fast Service- Phone 327-7610 with Uniroyal's SUPER WINTERIDE Economical J-olv nvlon v.iih faction Available m for smaller AKo n bHJori KIRK'S has a snow tire to fit every car and every pocket book. Maw! You Can't Bnl SNOW PLOW RETREADS RETREADS In All SiZM 1-fi fl 15 H7f 1- Let us put a Snowplow on your car TIRE SALES LTD. 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