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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 Tilt UIIIBRIOGt HERALD Solurday, October 1, 1971 Slan nside Hockey CTL'NM'JD by their upset in Ihe playoffs last Spring, the le-ider- o'f Uie Boston Bruins are considering a drastic dianue in leam policy that could boomerang and cause con- siderable dissension this year. General manager Milt Schmidt wants his club to concen- trate on defense at Ihe expense of Boston's awesome scoring machiae but his big guns aren't happy about it. Phil Kspnsito, who scored a record-breaking 76 goals and Til doesn't appreciate the proposed new-look. "i think it would be a serious mistake lo change our si vie said Phil "Our defence is good enough. Didn't we fin- ish third in tire league last year in goals against? should take advantage of our offence just the way we did lasl year. I don't want to change my style of play. I know what I can do best and when I can do it. I fed I have my game together now just the way 1 Bombers host ANDY CAPP mi'in Lions eye third place in West tion tonight. a decade the New York Rangers have been inti- midated bv the Bruins; a fact that has galled president Bill Jennings and manager-coach Emile Francis of the New With this in mind. Jennings and Francis have quietly been building a club that could match blow for blow with the hated. Bosnians. That's why Francis obtained Steve Durbano, the wild man of Uie OH A Junior A League in Uie 1971 draft, and why he hopes Andre "Moose" Duponl, who set Central League penalty records, may make the team this vcar. Hie Montreal Canadiens have their fingers crossed over the recuperation of defense-man Serge Savard, who badly in- jured his leg for the second year in a row last season. One Montreal teammate said he was pessimistic about Savard's early return. "I don't think he'll be ready until the middle of the season." said Henri Richard. Our crvstal ball has been polished ana fondled and now offers the forecasts for IS71-72: KAST CLUBS: "l. Boston Bobby Orr, Phil Esposilo and a more diligem approach to defense wiU offset mediocre goal- lending; 2. New York Ed Giacorrin and Gilles Villemurc give tire Rangers solid netminding. The Rangers still lack (lie superstar but have several good men such as Brad Park, Walt Tkaczuk and Rod Gilbert; 3. Montreal The depar- ture of Jean Belivcau and John Ferguson will be hard to replace. Scotty Bowman will infuse leadership and a good head but it. won't be enough; 4. Toronto If Bernie Parent and Jacques Plante play superior goal, the Leafs will give everybody trouble but their young defense still remains a weak spot and Bobby Baun is a year older and not quite as strong or as fast; 5. Detroit Ned Harkness' clean-up cam- paign has eliminated a lot of dead-wood and coach Doug Barkley should have learned from last year's blunders. Then, there's" Gordie Howe; 6. Buffalo Punch Imlach has Gil Perreault and little else but goalie Dave Dryden may be a surprise; 7. Vancouver Don't expect another big year out of Orland Kurtenbach. CLUBS: 1. Chicago Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita. and Tony Esposito didn't finish first by a fat 20 points last season because they are a nuke team. They're just good! 2. Minne- sota Watch touah Dennis Hexta'l spark this team which took the Canadiens" to six games it. the Stanley Cup semi- finals last Spring: 3. St. Louis Gairy Unger can't lead a club the way Red Berenson did and Sid Abel is no Scotty Bowman The' Blues' glory days are over: 4. Philadelphia The Flyers' new coach. Fred Shero. is a winner and so is goalie Doug Favell. A little more scoring punch would help; 5. Pittsburgh Red Kelly just doesn't have enough good, young legs" to offset his senior citizens. Goalie Les Binkley will have to be hot to keep the Penguins afloat: 6. Los Angeles veterans Claude Provost, Ralph Backstrom and Harry Houell left their best hockey in the East; California (Oaklandl Charlie Finley had better have patience; he has little else. liy Tllli CANADIAN I'lilvSS British Columbia Lions hope to become the sole holders of third place in the Western Foot- ball Conference and Saskatche- wan Roughriders are looking for Gambles n-illi Brothers chance to move closer lo first-place Calgary Slampcders in Canadian Football League ac- will be. angry enough about their 12-11 defeat at the hands of Edmonton Eskimos Wednes- day night to take it out on the "ButTfo n 1 r c a 1 coach Sam Lions in Vancouver tonight. But Monlreal coach Sam Lions m Vancouver umiijm. Etcheverry holies the Alouettes I "1 just hope that the players Gotta has no choice back Leon McQuay, torn liga- ments; lineman Ed Harrington, on the 311-day injury list with a Trainer, out for the season. In addition, tight end Mel Profit has a braised hip and defensive end Dave Knechtel a sore elbow. But Both will piny. Harry By STUART LAKE i Argo casualties include: OTTAWA (CP) Jack Gotta, Quarterback Greg Barton, out coach of Ottawa Rough Riders, with a broken finger; runnmi admits that quarterback Paul Brothers "was no Moses" when he tried to lead the British Col- umbia Lions out of the football wilderness. But a desperate Gotla is gam- bling that Brothers can help Ri- ders in their bid for a playoff berth in the Eastern Football Conference. Sunday they play Toronto Argonauts. Riders have won three of 10 starts in the EFC this year. With only four games left, Ihat puts them four points behind Montreal Alouettes and Hamil- ton Tiger-Cats for the final play- off spot. Brothers was signed this week after Riders cut Gary Wood. S'econd-string Rick Cassata has thrown too many interceptions for Gotta to place all of his con- fidence in him. "1 don't know yd of course just how the quarterbacking will go but Brothers will said Gotla. "How much he'll play I don't know." WOKR1ED ABOUT INJURIES Although Toronto coach Leo Cahill has his club comfortably in the EFC lead, he is con- cerned about the rate of inju- ries. "Who would have thought; Kalh we'd have been going into the 133; home stretch wilh six players, j all players we counted on, out j c-eurc; of action or playing half said Cahill. Joe McQuay. former Rider Vijitk will go for Trairior. Gotta also is considering using fullback Bob Houmard, a recent cut from Edmonton Eski- mos. He now is on a five-day trial with Riders. Riders have lost halfback Terry Wellesley for the balance of the year and Wayne Giar- dino, who has played both ways, is a doubtful starter. are boiling mad after that Ed- monton game and play as if they Elcheverry said. A win would move the Alouettus into second place alone in the Eastern Football Conference. Meanwhile, Winnipeg Blue Bombers will have their healthi- est lineup this year when they play host lo Saskatchewan. Despite four new players in the Winnipeg camp, coach Jim Spavilal said "we've had a good week and I believe you can tell a lot by the way a team practises." New faces in tonight's lineup will be defensive tackle Rock Pedroni, picked up from Hamil- ton Tiger-Cats, and defensive end Sid Beadley, cago Bears of Bowling scores Nicholl 751 MORNING COFFEE Karen Holm !5S Rulh Cun- ningham 253; Jean Mills 29.1 Bef'ly Hobbs 2M> 16521; Dorotjiy lidgc 2-16; Vc. Francir, Hriir Fwler 232: Hf Hamilton 266; MARTIN1ZING tr.r 279 (7361; PccKIY unc Taylor '278 Kay Castle1, 234 370 Betty Marq Smith 257 i 250; Lorraine Ev Krauss 256 (718) GREEN'S SHOES Sandra Westling Bea Salm- on 297; May Hiebert 325 Joan Moore 268 (6611; Marion Tolley 268 Sid PoliocK 335 Bill Cock Forry from Chi- the National VcVkcski "320 Marie All, Mathis will figlit VOUK i.M'i Boxers Muhammad All and Buster Mathis appeared at a news con- ference Friday to announce that they will meet in n 12-rcimd heavyweight fight in the Hous- ton Astrodome N'ov. 17. The date of the fight appar- ently ruled out Ali's announced match with Mac Fester in Tokvo Nov. 29. Top Rank Inc. will promote the Ali-Mathis fight in associa- tion with Astrodome Champion- ship Enterprises Inc. Top Rank also will handle the ancillary rights for Hie promotion via closed-circuit television in the j United States and Canada and in foreign countries via satellite. Howe gels haircut TORONTO 'CP' Marty Howe got a haircut this week. It is a long-standing custom that rookies with Toronto M a r 1 b o r o s of the Ontario Hockey .Iimior A series re- ceive hair- cuts. "For a week he came to practice carrying a hat. in case he had to wear it home." said team m a n a g e r Tom Smythe. made it a little hard for him tonight. He started the game for us. That meant he was on the ice when they played the national anthem and he had lo take his helmet off." The game an exhibition contest against Tulsa Oilers of the Central Hockey League. Tulsa won 6-4. The Howe family was in the stands to see Marty play. He 2-ifi; _____ 769; Katie Frecka Zsrycki ?-iJ; George Matchctt FRIENDLY' LEAGUE Lo; 280; Kieth Huhbard 336: Gecrqe Sailo 5.15 (7011; John Synie Gary Kennedy Z16; Linda I 227; Scniaht 215; Thelnifl 'sito 3M; Liz Hiqo 310; Mey Syme J5' NU MODE HOMES i Irene Fazin 151; Bernicc Stewart 771; Chri? Schulz 233; Mart) Bouchard '37; Lucille Barby 2-U; Myrna Olsrm- 23-1- Siqrid Donkin 300; Dicnne 251; May Syme 2il Hel- en While 239; Dianne Larascat 287 1 Wary Wic-hncvski 323 I SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION >an Passey 2-iQ '4481; Betty Ken- vocci 257: Pat Plomp 731 II Shirley McLe-Ma Tiger-Cals release Walh Gabler HAMILTON (CP) Quarler- hack Wally Gabler was released i Friday by Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League and his place on the im-, j e a s e ri -jam port roster will be taken by i (Mini) Max Anderson, jjontreal- ill, TCMlc nf..... ?i7. r, ?06 Arvicl S pence 25c; Oresl Vurthsk Tib (712'; Oarth JiO: fJcrrran Gvulai Warg Michglenko 25i- Marcom 233 Betty Pate'son ?-i3 John Rioley 5f2; Gyorkos !Bl; Frances Bambrick 233- Roy 26i; Tom Hiraihim.T 312 Jim Hiaa 275 (7361; Francis halfback with Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. Terms of Anderson's contract I were not disclosed by Tiger- Cats coach Al Dorow. Anderson had been on a five-day trial. Gabler. a former Toronto Ar- who came to Hamilton i last year from Winnipeg Blue "UA- Bombers of the Western Confer- cnce. sparked Tiger-Cats to first iami place in Ihe Kast with Ihree i wins and a tie in the last four games nf I lie 1970 schedule Football League. Hither Craig McLeod or Paul Hobson will fill the left linebacking spot vacated by Carl Crennel. MCKINNIE STILL OUT The Roughriders will be play- ing without Silas McKinnie, whose injured right knee hasn't responded to treatment. But they will have halfback Bob Pearce going both ways against the Bombers. Montreal Alouettes will play without end Tom Pullen, who suffered a torn knee in Edmon- ton, but will have veteran Gary Lcfebvre in his spot. The Lions are adding running back Lawrence James, who at O-foot-2, 228 pounds will team with speedy Larry High- baugh, pounds. Jim Young will move to flanker, while fullback Jim Ev cnson and quarterback Don Moorhcad will round out the backficld. Calgary, suffering since the loss of quarterback Jerry Keel ing, hope replacement Jim Lindsey can put it togethei against Hamilton in interlocking play Sunday afternoon in Cal- I gary. The Stampeders Friday added Max Huber, an offensive guard and tackle, to the list of those on five-day trial. Huber was re- leased by the Lions. The Tiger-Cats have signed running back Max Anderson, a Buffalo Bills cut. To make room for Anderson, the Ticats re- leased jackup quarterback ............-eal-B.C. game will be televised on the full CBC net- work at 9 p.m. MST Saturday. The full CTV network will carry the Hamilton-Calgary game Sunday at 2 p.m. MST. YOU DONT-. THAT'S LIPSTICK ON SCARF.' NOU LOVE ME ANYMORE, 'E MAN NEVER AR5UES THE WOMAN 'E Artificial turf causes injuries on JGoaltlale club The Coaldale Ciu'ling club r i will open operations lol Uie j 197I-T2 season October 31. All interested persons arc asked to submit their registra- tions before 1 p.m. October 27. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (API A settlement was reached Fri- Hc" took "over direction of the day in a S100.WO suit brought by team afler first-string quarter-' Bobby Orr. star defenceman of back Joe Zuger suffered a bro- i Boston Bruins, against a Water- ken right forearm in a game town sporting goods dealer who against Vancouver Lions. i allegedly sold clothing bearing DID WELL IX 3 llamc picture without Gabler did not play in Hamil- a franchise agreement ton's last two games'this season t Under the terms of the settle- hut was prominent in two of Ihe j nient agreed upon by lawyers Tiger-Cats' first Ihrec victories, i for Orr and Max L. Lubm, His quarterback spot on the'. owner of a Walertown shop. Orr leam will be taken bv home- j "HI receive five per cent royal- By JERRY T. BAULCII WASHINGTON (AP) The National Football League Players Association called on club owners Friday to halt further installation of ar- tificial turf until a study is made to determine whether it is causing an "alarming num- ber of football injuries." Ed Garvcy. executive direc- tor of the association, said the club owners have prevented trainers from co-operating with such a study undertaken for the players' union by Dr. James Garrick of Seattle. "We have reason to believe that artificial turf may well be a contributing factor to the substantial increase in inju- ries over the last two Garvcry told a news confer- ence. He said he had written all general managers a'ri train- ers in the National Football League Sept. 15 asking them to co-operate in the study. "The only request was that the trainer take approxi- mately two minutes to fill out a form prepared by Dr. Gar- rick's staff after each football injury and to return the result to Dr. Garvey said. He added that the entire cost would be paid by the association. MANY REPLIED "Every NFL club that has responded to our request has informed us in what is essen- tially a form letter that Ihe matter is being referred to Ihe National Football League Player Relations Association committee established fo. collective bargaining and labor problems by the own- Garvey said. "We do not think that this is stands to see llartv piav. He The names and rinks will be i be for Hamilton's game against received two assists, but Ihat taken at the recreation office j the Stampeders in Calgary Sun- Monday through Friday be- day. It would be either Ander- ieam win ne KIM-H uv ilumlr-, brew John Manel. who played! ties on the sale of such items briefly for the Tiger-Cats in j until Dec. 31. Thereafter Lubm is prohibited from marketing men's and boys shirts, sweatshirts and pillow Dorow said he has not decided ho his designated import will wasn't what the family talked about Of 'the haircut, his twecn 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. son or halfback Dave Buchanan. '.een d.in. LU i p.m. f te arcu, s .sser. Bookings will also be taken If Anderson plays he will likely Kalhv said "1 just want to bv the recreation office for cas- 1 see action on the kiekoff return! and outside bon- i team as well as in the backfield cases picturing Orr or bearing his name. The lawyers also agreed that Orr will receive for royal- ties on sales made since Oct. 14, THIS WINTER DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY WAITING FOR THE TOW TRUCK, INSTAL A DEPENDABLE IH BATTERY NOW! AND GET AN EARLY START TRI-POD Proccts your car three ways; controls seepage, rust-corros- sion onef foaming. Get It laugh el thfl weather. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive, Uthbridgt Phon. 327-3155 it I can't wait to tease ual curlers i spiels. 10 en men! with Bohbv 3Rree. agree Lntei DormvsaKT prises. Ltd.. of Toronto expired an appropriate response, nor do we believe that such a re- quest should be considered to be a matter of collective bar- gaining or should be pigeon- holed as a labor problem. Ob- viously the clubs are respond- ing at league directive." "We find it incredible that members clubs of the Na- tional Football League appar- ently are more concerned aboil! reducing maintenance costs of their fields than they are finding solutions to the problems of increasing inju- he said. Garvey said the players as- sociation is concerned that, unless the owners agree to stop installing artificial turf, by next year all or nearly all stadiums will have such turf and the owners will argue it's too late to rectify the situa- tion. "We were surprised." Garvey said, "that in the face of mounting evidence that ar- tificial turf increases the like- lihood of sustaining an injury, that the National Football League made the installation of artificial turf in New Orle- ans a condition precedent to awarding the Super Bowl to that city." Regular, meeting for Saddle Club The Lcthhridge Whoop Up Saddle club will hold its regu- lar monthly meeting Monday. The meeting will lie held at the Gas Company auditorium at 8 p.m. There will also be trail ride Sunday, weather permit- ting. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday Pittsburgh Blass 05-8) at San Fran- cisco Perry (16-12) 4 p.m., first game tiest-of-5 series Sunday Pittsburgh st San Franur-co. n in. Monday Travel Dpy AMERICAN LEAGUE Saturday Oakland Blue (24-8) at Baltimon McNally 1 p.m., firs! garni best-oM series Sunday Oakland itt Baltimore, P m. Mondsy Travel Day Frwrlli. club for Marshall Utility men just see trade TORONTO (CPl The lot of a utility forward in the Na- tional Hockey is often a frustrating succession of moves from one club I" ;m- nlber and vclcran Pnnnic Marshall hw, had hi.s shaiT of ii. Tin- r ;i V he r.fird bis most rrrnut move lo Tnrnnlo Mnple Leafs but he still recalls the two low poinls of despair in his career wilh Monlreal Canadiens and Now York Rangers. "The first in t'aiuKlicns Iradorl lire away." Marshall said in hclwcrn a! (i-'T- drm "I iuM nniWn'l hrln-vr u tva> to me, and without stirring up unpleasant WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, OCT. P.M. Extraordinary Tag Team Match! BLACK ANGUS CAMPBELL ond KURT VON HESS vs CARLOS BELAFONTE and JOHN OUINN BLACK vs BABIC TOMASSO vs HAYES 5 Big Bouts Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Wolch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV memories after all this time. I'll just say I was hurt by the way i! was handled, too. "I was simply very to my home Imvn and such a fine si! nation for a hockey player. I mr-an if this is the way you're lo m.nkr yoiir T n r n n I o and Moulrral a IT I he nlies I" l.r in. ch" I'll' al Irasl ccrlainlv were Ilicn Montreal had won five str.'iifihl Stanley Cups up to IM hut then started losinR in the semi-finals and Marshall WHS part of Ihe Iradcs that followed. "Perhaps my a I I i I u d e vvasn'l b''sl wbnl all fin' complic-alions of moving. Hdjiislinu and so on, my first season fianjiers easily the worsl of my life" M ,-i r s ha I I 's points lol.il dropped lo in his first year with Rangers he KOl II Hoals and 12 assisls. His last season wilh Monlreal had not teen much bettor with 13 Coals and 2fl assisls afler his fjoals and 211 assisls Ihe previous season. "That led In the second low Wednesday Sin Frffnciir.i at Pittsburgh. 30 m necessary Thursday San Francisco at Pittsburgh, If necessary. Wednesday Oakland, f m necessary. ThuntJsy Baltimore at Oakland, S p m necessary point I've experienced. Rangers did not include me on their li.sl of protected play- ers al. the draft meetings in HIM and, what was oven more humiliating, nnl one dub wap mlriTSlrd in pickinp inr up j for ihr flran. price. Thai, j i-r.-illy hurl." i Punch Imlnrli K D f f a n j Marshall from New York last year and this year left him unprotected, thinking no one else would want him. The Ijoafs did want him and eoach Johnny McTxsllan has hrcn happy wilh his work in Iraininfi camp, Marshall is control (o con- liniir in his ulilily rnlr. "As long a.s I was a pcnal- ly-killrr, 1 Hid nty work in spof nnd it, was mainly bor.'riisp I'd ttr Ihat "It's to bo different, hero. I notice change their penalty killers after n minute. Thai's a R0fK' idea." Marshall signed only a one- year contract with Toronto, leaving himself free lo decide next summer whether he wants to continue playing past 40. SNOW CLEAT TIRES Priced from .95 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES I SERVICE 409 tit Ayr SoulH 337-6886 or 327-4445 ;