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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 IHt ITTHBRIDGE HERAID Tucidoy. Oitobrr 10, 1972 Locals still looking for first win Kings suffer double setback By LLOYD YAMAGIS1H Herald Sports Writer As it was expected, Lclli- bridge Sugar Kings' coach, Craig Simmons, will need more than three clays to get his club rolling. Tbo Sugar winlcss after lour starts as they il-oppcd two Alberta Junior Hockey League encounters at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre on the weekend. Saturday night, the Kings suffered a 7-4 verdict to the Drumhcller Falcons while Sun- Kings remained The games misconducts re- sulted from a scuffle between Don Renncr of the K'tis and Rob landmark of (he Hustlers at the mark of the final period. In niairmoYC Terry Wittchcn scored two goals Saturday night to pace lied Deer Hus- tlers to a 6-1 league victory over the Pass Red Devils. Barry Lassiter, Rod Tordoff, Doug Lindskog and John Folut- nik added singles, while Deri'ik Haas had the lone goal for the losers. In Calgary tlie Canucks re- their second straight In the Alberta Junior corded victory Hockey League Sunday by (rouncing Edmontoa Mcls 11-4. Elaine McLcod and Mike Bruce scored two goals apiece for the Canucks, with singles coming from Don Easlcotl, Jim Patenaude, Roger Lamoureux, J. P. Kfiumeyer, Tan MacPhee, Gary Vaughan anil Dale Etos- ciiuk. Gordon Gamble, Brian Sos- nowski, Dave Bell and Blair Burgess scored for the Mets. Stuiday in Blairmore the Fal- cons scored tliree goals in Ihird period to dump the Pass Red Devils 7-4 Sunday night. Ken Nelson, Roger Mitchell and Ryan Wccker each scored twice (or Dramheller while Jim Beclholdt had a single goal. Rob Clockhart scored twica (or Blairmore while Ivan Chris- tiansen and Lyle Murray added one each. IT WAS THAT KIND OF WEEKEND Lelhbridge Sugar Kings didn't win either of the Alberta Junior Hockey Lea- gue games they played over the weekend but it would appear they did win at least one of the scraps that took place Sunday evening at Henderson Ice Centre. Pla yoff spots all but decided wins for Esks, Roughies Key By THE CANADIAN TRESS Scarbcr and Bell, behind tit Edmonton Eskimos prefeircd o stay on the ground Saskatchewan Rotighriders wenl into the air a.s the teams postKl important victories in Western Foothall Conference play during the Thanksgiving Import running backs Sam Scarber and Roy Bell were un- stoppable as (he Eskimos downed Winnipeg Blue Bomb- ers 24-15 in Edmonton Monday, while quarterback Ron Lancas- ter threw two touchdown passes as the Roughriders thumped British Columbia Lions 24-14 in Regina Sunday. The victory boosted Edmon- ton into a first-place tie with Winnipeg at 8-1, while the Lions were eliminated from contention. With Calgary's 45-30 loss to Ottawa Monday, Edmon- ton and Winnipeg clinched piay- off positions the Rough- riclers moved closer to locking up the final berth. Calgary, with a 4-8 record, lias only an outside chance of catching the Roughriders, who are 7-5. The Edmonton-Winnipeg score didn't tell tho (me stop.' of the game. The Eskimos on top from the beginning and It of Winnipeg's 15 points were scored with less than three minutes to play. crisp blocking of an offensive line revamped because of in- juries, ran almost at will, espe- cially over the right side of the line. Bell ran 23 times for 157 yards, including a four-yard touchdoNvn, while Scarber liad 79 yards on 17 carries, in- chiding a three-yard major. Ottawa worried about Ti-Cats For a team that had just drubbed the defending champions, Ottawa Rough Rid- ers showed more concern Mon- day about their future. The Riders romped over Cal- gary 45-30 in a Ca- nadian Football League inter- locking game in Ottawa to recl- aim a share of first place in the Eastern Football Conference with Hamilton Tiger-Cats. It's those same Tieats, who administered an earlier beat- ing, 50-24, to Calgary on Satur- day, who have the Ottawa play- ers worried. Their dressing room after the Calgary game took on an at- mosphere of deep concern, rather than one of expected jubilance after their convincing win that regained a share of top spot. "They've got us super-psy- ched and we've got to take away their big plays to stop admitted linebacker Jerry Campbell whose key in- terception in the first quarter was converted two plays later into Ottawa's first touchdown. The Tieats have won all three meetings with Ottawa this year. The only other weekend ac- tion in the East saw Toronto Argonauts maintain a slim playoff hope with 21-3 victory Sunday over Montreal Aloucttes, the team they must lell also caught four passes for 29 yards. George McGowan accounted >r Edmonton's other touch down on a 33-yard pass from quarterback Tom Wilkinson while Dave Culler had three converts and a 30-yard field goal. Don Jonas gave Winnipeg early 1-0 lead on a 55-yard single, but Edmonton came back to mount three con sccutive drives of 85. 84 and 6 yards that resulted in touch downs. Two of the touchdowns wer scored in the second quarter as Edmonton took advantage of 25-mile-an-hour wind that whip p e d snowflurries arounc throughout the game. Edmon ton coach Ray Jauch said h day night they fell 9-4 to the dlfemling champion Red Deer Rustlers. It's obvious now, Simmons, who took on the coaching duties three days prior to the week- end series, has a lot of work ahead of him to build the Kings I into contenders. The Kings have the skating ability and conditioning to keep up with their opponents, but lack the most important part of the game positional hoc- key. If Simmons can correct this costly mistake, the Kings may just start 1o jell. In Saturday's contest, some 350 partisan fans watched Drumheller grab a 2-0 lead af- ter the first period and a 4-1 margin after tlie second. The Falcons obviously out-played during the first 20 minutes of action, but steadily improved their play as the Kings started to roam and left their men unattended. Rob Klemik led the Falcons with two goals while Roger Mitchell. Wayne Pushie, Don Bembridge, Jim Bechthold and Ken Nelson added singles. Brent McCracken paced the Kings with a two-goal perform- ance while Fete McMahon and Ken Klinkhammer managed a -----pgoal apiece. The Falcons also out-shot the ings 29-23. Meanwhile In Sunday's natch, 350 fans watched the ustlers score with one second ;ft in the first period to take a 1 lead which they never re- nquished. The Kings played solid hoc. At, All-Indian, event Espinoza repeat winner By GARRY ALLISON jlcralil Staff WiUcr For the second year in a row, Dib Espinoza of Arlcc, Mon- tana, laid claim Lo most of tire silverware at the All Indian Ro- tico finals, 'Hie finals were beat to earn a shot at EFC's post-season laurels. OTTAWA CALGARY 35 the WAIIHIHI! Yards rusr-iing Yardi parking Net olfencc Passes made If 1nrercep1ior.i felt the Eskimos handled th wind a "little bit better" tha Winnipeg. With Edmonton comfortabl ahead 24-1 late in the gam Mack Herron ran over from th two-yard line and Paul Wi liams hauled in a 69-yard pas from second-string Winnipe quarterback Tommy Pha: Jonas converted both scores. Jauch, critical of the Edmo I" ton defence before the gam M stil! wasn't totally satisfied. "Our defence played better. But next time they belter play better again." held at Standoff, Saturday, Sun- day and Monday. Espinoza won the all round honors and saddle bronc riding and placed second in the steer wrestling and bareback bronc riding. He also captured the circuit all round champion- ship with a lotal of 430 points, edging out Lev! Blackwater for the title. A Browning, Mont, contes- tant, Jess Galbrcath, compiled 1 69 poinl.s on three bareback broncs and took the rodeo championship, beating out Espinoza who had 153 points on three head. The circuit cham- pionship went to Ira Tailfeatli- ers of the Blood Reserve even though he didn't place well at the finals in this event. Lyman Tailfeathers of tho Blood Reserve took the honors in the steer wrestling event at the rodeo, tossing three head in 29.7 seconds, four tenths of a second faster than Espinoza. Levi Blackwater held on, _ de- spite a poor finals showing, tlie finals wenl to the pairing of Bud Connelly of Browning and Beaver Bird of Browning, while Bird won the circuit honors lith Gus Vaille second. BEHIND THE CHUTES Announcer for the rodeo was Jay Howard of Billings, Mont. toe-tapping entertainment w a s supplied throughout the three-day show by a fine Indian band, Sykes Powder Face and the lied Clouds The Klanl Sports Centre was lilted to near capacity the last two days of the show while a fair crowd look in the opening day's ac- tion Sydney Starlight had himself four re-rides before he finally turned in an offical ef- fort unfortunately for him he was tossed the fourth time out Bud Van Cleave and Norman Edge were the judges, and won wrestling the circuit's steer laurels with 200 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East DivliFon W L T F A Pis Buffalo Boston NY islanders 1327 5 9-39 ey for 40 minutes, but gave pay in the third when tlie Rus- lers came up with five big ;oals. Gord Dillon, Barry Lassiler and Reg Kinch tallied twice for he Rustlers while Doug kog. Dale Bingham and Brian Slephenson added one each. Marty Maxwell, Brent Cle- and, Kevin Knibbs and Wayne iart handled the Kings' scor- ing. The Kings were out-shot 45-24 during the three periods of play. In the penalty department the Rustlers picked up seven of the 12 minors as well as one of the two majors and four of the eight misconducts handed out by head referee Leo Harrold. DRUMHELLER 7 LETHRRIDGE 4 FIRST PERIOD 1. Drumlielfer, Mitchell (Bembridge) 2. Orum- rieller Pusnie (Comeau) Penal- ties Hilworlh. Hucul, Maxwelf, Keys. SECOND PERIOD 3. Lelhbrldge, AfcCraeken CO'Donnell, 0'31; J. Drumhetler, Bernbridqe (Nel- son) 5. Drurnheller, (Nelson, Wecfcer) Penalties O'Donnell, K-ys. THIRD PERIOD A. Lefhbridgc, WcMAhon 7. Drum- twller, Klamik: (Bechthold. Soolh) 2; !6; 3. Klintcha.nmer loode) 5. Drumheiier, Kfemik fBechlhofrJ] ID. Drumhelkr Nel- son (Boalhi II. Leltibrldge. Mc- Crachen ro'Donnell, McMahon) Pen lei and. Keys, Hucul, HAMILTON 5 Am; A HI PREPBRE VOUR Radiator Flushed Anti-Freeze Installed.....Only warn GARGAfiE, Chrysler Dodqe Corner of 11 ih St. ond 3rd Avc. Soulh PHONE 328-9271 Firsf 'ards rushlrg 'ards passing olal offence rnade-tricrt yard CALGARY CAL 1 EDMONTON ?1 IS downs 1-J Yards 31 9 i Yards !I4 i Ncf 770 t EOM 334 11-16 "r RE-ROOF NOW... Before Leaks Develop Make Simpsons-Scars Your Headquarters for Dependable. Protective, Beautiful Roofing Otmc lit to Your Nearest Store or Flume RED DEEff 9 1.ETHBR1DGE 4 TiRST PERIOD Red Dcur, Llnd- ,kog (Wltlchcn, Zapurniuk) ..elhbridge, Manw-ll (W.cMahon) Rtd Deer, Dingham {GiUespie, Lintl- kog) Low- ry. SECOJJD PERIOD 4. Red Deer, lectensc-n flordof) 5. Red Deer, Dillon (Small, Heuqen) 6. Lelh- brfcfge, Cfeland fLalordc) Pc-n- Gillesp'e. THIRD PERIOD 7. Red Rci De-T, Kir.ch Tor'dsf) 9. Red Deer LasMter fLund- k) 10. Lclhbridgp, Knibbs nr.er, Lalonrfp) 11. Red Dier, Dillon (V.'ifkhtn" 15. Pcd :h f 11 :Cfi; 1 J. (15, (S. Chalmers, ductl, Lifchfield fganne misconduct 3fepriensc.n miscond u c I) (game misconducn Dillon (game rnlsconducl) Small (game mis- con due f) {qame mis conduct) Clelartd fqsme Lundmark (majc-r minor) Hart M. Chalmers. Mints and held off a late chal- .enge by Espinoza. Espinoza was the only con- testant to ride all three of his saddle broncs and totalled 157 points on his three rides. Sec- ond place finisher, Leon arc! Littlebear of the Biood Reserve had 130 points on two head and managed to grab the circuit championship in the saddle ev- ent. ROPING KING Frank Vailee of Babb, Mont, won both the finals and the cir- cuit honors in the calf roping. Frank put the wraps on three calves in B.ll seconds to beal cut Floyd Many Fingers of the Blood Reserve. Floyd was pressing Frank for the rodeo ti- tle but had a tough time on his third calf and totalled 105.3 sec- onds to finish well back of the leader. Vaille amassed 2G7 points over the year to v.in the circuit. The bull riding honors for both the rodeo and the circuit went to Grant Fox of the Blood Reserve. Fox moved up from second spot on the circuit with three good rides totalling 193 points and overtook Jim Gau- thier of Mcbley Lake. Gauthicr shared second place honors at the rodeo with Ira Tailfeathers of the Blood Reserve as both men turned in rides totalling 1B2 points on three Shade and Son bulls. Fox won the circuit honors with 217.5 points. The boys steer riding title on the circuit was won by Lewis Littlcbear of the Blood Reserve but Danny Mistaken Chief and Darrel Croft tied for the rodeo title as both boys had identical three-head scores of 171. Tracey Hamel of D i x o n, Mont, won both the senior and junior girls barrel racing championships for the circuiI as well as the junior girls hon- ors at the finals. Kathy Con- nelly snapped Tracey's stran- gle hold in the gals event as she toured the cloverteaf course the fastest in the senior grills category. 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