Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
FLYING HIGH AND FEELING LOW Rich Hebner literally flies as he heads for home after belting winning homer Tuesday as the Pittsburgh Pirates edged San Fran- cisco Giants 2-1 to take a 2-1 lead in games in the best-of-five National League play- off. Watching Hebner is Giants' pitcher Juan Marichal. Meet in Regina Ti-Cats need victory, Roughies stand in way REGINA (CP) Hamilton Tiger-Cats would probably be willing to trade a Canadian Football League record to Ron Lancaster for a victory over Saskatchewan Hougliridcrs in an interlocking game tonight. Lancaster needs to complete three passes to surpass Sam Eteheverry's career total of and three touchdown throws to erase Huss Jackson's mark of 185 from tile record books. Lancaster, last year's most valuable player, already has three career marks to his credit: Most passing yardage, Could Carlos have answer? Canucks open Friday Future looks bright VANCOUVER fCT1) Van-1 Ihe Canucks are confident as i iion Junior A scries has im- couver Canucks, who made it they prepare to face off pressed everyone with his solid j clear they were building for the Toronto Maple Leafs in the pl-v. future when they joined the Na- t vr-ir, open their second season Friday 1 V, with a feeling that the fu- ture may have arrived earlier With Guevremont, last sea- league ;cncr hz The Canucks floundered to son's rookie sensation Dale Tal- sixih nlace in the seven-tcr.ni Ion, and returnees Gary East Division last year, finish-' Dock, Barry Wilkins and Pat i ing with a '5-8 record. But' Quinn all playing well, coach t. I they grabbed Jocelyn Guevre- Hal Laycoe figures his defen- After an impressive run of mont as their 1 draft pick, sivc problem is solved, four v.-i 15, fi in- lies and c.ily Ino and Ihe former star defenceman j If he netminding losses in 10 pro-season games against established NHL teams, I North Stars win after five ties By THE CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Maple Leafs and Min- nesota North Stars finally put it together Tuesday in their Na- tional Hockey League exhibition games. The Leafs bombed the Can- ucks 7-3 in Vancouver and North Stars clipped Chicago Black Hawks 2-1 in Winnipeg, before fans. In other games California Golden Seals defeated Los An- geles Kings 4-0 in Victoria and Flyers defeated Richmond Robins of the Ameri- can Hockey Lea'ue 4-: Minnesota's victory was its first after a series of five frus- trating lies ill nine games. Murray Oliver's goal at of the final period carried North Slars lo victory after Keith Magnuson's goal midway with Montreal Junior from Dune Wilson and George the Ontario Hockey Associa- Gardner, Laycoe should lose less sleep this season than last. TALLON KEY PLAYER The 20-year-old Tallon has been the key player in the Can- ucks' power play, which has ac- counted for ]fi goals since train- ing camp ended. Getting last season was not a problem, as the Canucks outscoi ed seven other teams. Leading the Vancouver attack will be captain Orland Kurten- ond period by Jude Drouin, on a power play. The MONTREAL (CP) Wide re- ceiver John Carlos has a for- mula to put Montreal Alouettes back on the win side of the ledger: throw him the ball and often. And the way the Eastern Football Conference club's lame and injured list shapes up today, perhaps the former United States Olympic sprint star has the answer. Carlos, who says he never ran for time or world record, claims the only thing that really counted was winning." The speedy Carlos has ap- peared in five games for the Als since being classified a non-im- port by the Canadian Football League, Sept. 9. But for the most part he has worked as a lighly-paid messenger to bring in plays from the bench or as a decoy lo take the heat off prime receivers. j 'I think I can help this 1 Carlos said, pondering the Als' two-game losing streak licked up in a disastrous swing into the Western Football Con- ference. "I don't know why they're not throwing the ball to me, but I'm cpcn and they're just not using he said. "I could under- stand it if I was dropping ball all over the place, but T haven't dropped one yet." AUGHT FIVE PASSES So far Carlos has managed to bang on to all five passes flung his way and has learned to ab- sorb punishment from.opposing ladders without losing the ball. Head coach Sam Etcheverry feels that part of the reason Carlos has not had more work to do in the pass-catching de- partment is because quarter- backs tend to throw to their fa- vorite targets. So far Carlos hasn't qualified in this area. "He's out there and he's run- ning Etcheverry said. "Part of it is a matter of the quarterbacks getting confi- dence in his ability to catch the ball." will have running back Moses Denson back for I most passes thrown, and most interceptions, 221. S a s k a t c h e w a n fullback George Kecd will also he clos- ing in on a career record. Reed, holder of three career rushing records, needs 281 yards to sur- pass Johnny Bright's yard total at Calgary and Ed- monton. Reed already has the most carries, the most touch- downs, 92, and the most touch- downs rushing, 91. Both second-place clubs will be out to snap a scoring drought which limited them to three points in weekend games. The Ticats were able to score Wedneidny, Oclobcr 6. 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 jured list Monda; and was im- mediately replaced there by Bill Massey. Sugar Kings entertain Centennials impeg Bombers. CHALUPKA OUT Hamilton will be without guard Ed C h a 1 u p k a, who strained ligaments in his right knee Sunday. C h a 1 u p k a, a rookie, was hurt in a collision with a team-mate during a punt situation. "One of my own players i knocked me down and my leg got twisted when everybody fell. Just when I'm getting my big chance, something like this hap- The Lethbridge Sugar Kings j pens." will tune-up for their 1971-72 Chalunka's injury will move Alberta Junior Hockey League campaign with an exhibition match with their parent club, the Calgary night.. The Sugar Centennials to- Klngs open last year, centre Doug Mitchell to Danychuk's spot and backup centre John Reid into Mitchell's position. Saskatchewan came out of Winnipeg with bruised prids as their season on the road this j the club's worst hurt. year, travelling north to Ed- i Backup quarterback Bubba monton for a game with the Maple Leafs Saturday and then back south Sunday lo Red Deer with a game against the de- fending champion Rustlers. George McCrea will be back in the icing's line up after a brief stay with the Vancouver Nats, members of the Western Canada Major Junior Hockey League. He decided to return to Lethbridge which would en- able him to finish off his schooling. In the Centennials line up tonight, the Lelhbridge Sugar! King fans will get to see three I former Kin, ors. John Davidson, Len Chalm- ers and Dave George are cur- rently in the Centennial sweat- ers for the coming season. Game time is set for 8 p.m. at the Adams Ice Centre. Wyche has a pulled ligament in his left knee but it won't keep him out of the lineup. The game will be shown on the CTV national network, start- ing at 7 p.m. MST. Bowling roundup CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Tie Lea'fs exploded for three Dacn> fully-recovered from last :ond-neriod goals in their season's knee injury, centre gi triumph before a capacity crowd of Team captain Dave Keon led Toronto with two goals. Billy I soliti Performances MacMillan, Rick Ley, Norm U1I- man, Darryl Sittler and Brian Spencer each netted one. Rookie Bobby Lalonde, Mur- ray Hall and John Schella scored for the Canucks, who have lost only two decisions in t 10 pre-season outings. j Andre Boudrias, and tough-guy Rosaire Paiment. The Canucks also are looking from Wayne Mafci, Mike Corrigan and Murray Hall, all of whom had 20 goals or more last sea- son. Newcomers Fred Speck, the American Hockey League's lead, ing scorer last season, pen- ilty-killing specialist Ron Ward, Both the Toronto-Vancouver j ?nd defencemen Dennis Kearns and the California-Los Angeles game. Minnesota's first goal was provided early in the sec- I games were previews of league opening games Friday. Only a handful of spectators were in the Victoria arena to see Man' Edwards perform the shutout for the Seals. California eoals were scored by Walt McKechnie, in the first i period. Ernie Hicke and Joey Johnston in the second, and Norm Ferguson in the third. from Portland of the Western Hockey League add depth to the Vancouver enlry. The Canucks could also have a surprise in Bobby Lalonde, a five-foot-five centre from the Junior Canadiers who was Van- couver's No. 2 draft choice. Lai- him, scored 59 goals in the OHA last season, and is skating at full speed. Aver; last sea- DUE TO EXPANSION WE REQUIRE: 1 Experienced Service Adviser 1 Used Car Reconditioning Mechanic 1 Used Car Clean-Up Man 1 Heavy Duty Truck Mechanic CONTACT: GUY PELOQUIN SERVICE MANAGER 6th Ave. and 6th St. South Phone 327-5763 son was 97 per cent of capacity in (i'o 1? O'i- seum, and this year every seat I in tin1 C.Tiuek's home has been sold in advance. Cliuvalo, Ali will fight TORONTO fCP) GeorRe Chuviilo, Canadian heavyweight cV'p :v posed bout with Muhammad Ali eallod nft when Mexico City promoters were unable to obtain adequate funds, will he on the card with the former world chmnpion Nov. 17. Chuvnlo signed Tuesday to men f'lcvehnd Williams in the semi-final bout on a card at Houston Astrodome- which will feature Ali and Busier Mathis. Chuvnlo said his Sin.000 purse is only secondary. He hopes the fifiht will revive inlorest in n C h u v a 1 o -A I i rematch. Ali Moses, Johnson join Cleveland Ben Evenson 350 Harry Holub in different COJ- I "6; Car! Baker 255; Bill Jensen j 25J; Harry Chapman 235; Toffie Ose- cki 237; Scotty Muir 237; Bill Rilcy 331; Evan Evans 232; Ruby Oseen 375 Frances Barnbrick 222; Reed 226. HIGA'S Frances Kelly 2dfi; Kae Mann 2J2; Phyl Hprrisrm 256 Suian Mc- Donald 269 Darlene Rombounh 2.19; Edith Voth 2-M Marq Gi aruk 290; Lucy Sklkiewich 237; Pat Jarvie 377 Barb Scattered 323 PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Joe Hart 251; Dennis Lagasse 2-15; Emanuel Schile 23G; Joe Schmalz 234; Tim Burk 267 Lucille Schile 258; Naida Low 256; Isabel Orstor 238 Agnes Hart 207; Judy La- gasse 203. 6 AND E HARDWARE John Leon 259; Bob Costanio 312 Steve Morton 282; Rolfie Tal- bert 255; Edith Volh 318 Mary i Wishnevski 25J Leona Pedri 259- Bill Hamilton 2S1 Marg Bouchard 273; Bcrnice Pavan 256 1656) "We couldn't have gone: Dot oishaski 250. League in irM970, lias through another summer with] JUNIORS SHOP i... .__.i, problems, with the same loss of morale." ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Angel president, "but we didn't Alex Johnson, the suspended feel it was worth the risk, outfielder who led the American been traded by California And I gels to Cleveland for the Indi-; ans problem outfielder, Vada' Pinson. The Angels also sent along catcher Jerry Moses fulfilling his request to be traded, and Those problems which in- cluded outfielder Tony Conigli- aro's abrupt departure (he "re- tired" hut since has sought compensation for the resrof the Nina Sindlinrier 2-10 Kathy Ludwig 240; Jean Conlnx 263; J Sutlo "243; Marti Seefriett 244; F ence Nyquist 271 Evelyn Coults 241; Sally Trone 256 June Tay- lor 256; Dorothy SorenEon 256 Tuesday's deal also cost Cleve- season and says he will play in land pitcher Alan Foster and ;n-l 1972 if his eyesight improves) fielder-outfielder Frank Baker, j may cost the jobs of Dick Johnson, who hit .329 two sea-! Walsh, Angel general manager sons ago, was suspended with-land Lefty Phillips, Angel man- ager. "I can't comment on Lefty's out pay in June when Angel management said he wasn't hustling. Through the Major ststus." Reynolds said, "but we League Players' Association, lie j have to make an immediate de- filed a grievance and won sus-1 cision regarding our manager pended pay (about on i since it's at the World Series grounds he was emotionally dis-1 (hat coaching staffs are .selected turbed and should have been j and trade ialks inaugurated." placed on the team's disabled list. At 28, Johnson moves to his 'itth major league Philadelphia. St. Louis, Cin- cinnati and seven Reynolds said he wUl not have a decision "regarding the gen- oral manager until the World Scries is over." Owner Gene Autry of the An- gels has said he has made con- tact with Baltimore Orioles for permission fo talk after tiie World Series with Harry Dalton, "This is a great challenge nnd I Ihe Orioles' director of player T like challenges. I can't wait: personnel. for the season to start. I could---------------------- say a lot of things about the An- years. By telephone from his Detroit home Johnson said: gels, hut they wouldn't be good for me or good for baseball." TRADED IN Pinson, a.1. had productive years nl Cincinnati and St. Louis before he was traded to Ihe Indians in In his 13th Senior soccer division opens Wilson Junior High School opened up the senior division year in the majors, ho hit in junior high school soccer on with 11 home runs and 35 runs a winning note, thumping Pat- battcd in. crson 3-1 Tuesday night. Like Johnson, he asked to ho! Dwight Dennis led the attack traded. He claimed Cleveland! for Wilson potting two goals -...............................i failed to fulfill promises while Fred Morhcn chipped in pounded onl a Ifi-ronrd decision for li'7I. uitli one. over the Toronto fighter in n "We considered keeping Alex Harry! Mot-h averted the shut championship fight here several, nnrt attempting lo resurrect his out, scoring the lone Patcrson years ago. I said Hob goal. JUST 45 10 SPEEDS By C.C.M. and Peugeot. 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