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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, October 21, 1970 Local Pucksters Battle To Tie With Cougars ar Kings Pull To Within Single Point Of Top HEADY TYPE This University of Rochester soccer player appears to have exchanged his head for the ball as he charges downfield during a game against Syracuse. Actually, the ball had been kicked past his head as the photographer clicked his lens. Hamilton Teams Suffer Losses In Senior High School soccer I On Monday in Junior High Paterson shutout Hamilton 2-0 1 acUon CCHS icked yesterday while in Junior High r r School soccer Wilson trimmed Hamilton 2-1. For Paterson Jim Henderson and P. Pilling shared the scor- ing duties. 3-1 victory over St. Mary's. The goal getters in both of a Jumor socc-r gamei> w not knov.n. IV o, SUBURBAN 22" Immediate sound; Picture in 6 seconds. Equipped to receive VHP and UHF Channels. LIMITED SUPPLY ONLY PER MONTH NO PAYMENTS Till. JANUARY Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phono 327-8548 By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer Lethbridge Sugar Kings and Calgary Mount Royal Cougars both gained some ground on the first-place Red Deer Rus- tlers in the Alberta Junior Hockey League Tuesday night. They battled to a 44 tie be- fore fans at the Arena to inch to within one point of the idle Rustlers in the slam-bang battle for first place. Rustlers have 12 points on five wins and a pair of ties while the Cougars and Kings trail with 11 points. Cougars have won five times, lost once and tied once while the Sugar Kings have posted four wins, one loss and three ties in their first eight starts. In last night's encounter Dave Shardlow, Len Chalmers, Joe Mutch and Ken Dodd tal- lied the Sugar Kings goal while Howie Colborne, Darrel Goss, Al Pollock and John Huber re- plied for the Cougars. In the goalkeeper's depart- ment John Davidson of the Kings was called on to make 33 saves while Cougar goalie Scott Darling booted out 30. There was a total of 11 Ray Jauch Is Selected Canada's Coach Of Year EDMONTON (CP) A man who is young and new to coach- ing professional football Tues- day was named Coach-of4he- Year m Canada. Ray Jauch, 32, in his first year as coach of Edmonton Es- kimos, received the Annis Stu- kus Trophy at t h e Eskimos' Voted top coach in Canada by his fellow coaches, Jauch was in tears as he accepted the trophy. He took over the club after four years as an assistant anc after a shaky two wins in eight games. His club now has the best winning streak of 1970 in the Canadian Footbal League to its credit, six games in a row. With only two games remain- ing, the Eskimos need only one win to clinch second place in the Western Football Confer- ence. Last year the club fin- ished fourth in the five-team conference and missed the play- offs. SPREADS THE PRAIS1E Jauch, who said he was sur- prised at winning the award, credited his players and assist- ant coaches with making it pos- sible. However Jauch, a native of Mendota, 111., who captained the Iowa Rose Bowl victors in 1959, is known as an extremely mod- est type. He said he expected either Sam Etcheverry of Montreal AI- ouettes or Eagle Keys of Sas- katchewan Roughriders to win this year's award. Frank Clair of Ottawa won the title in 1369. "It just doesn't happen to first-year Jauch said. Nevertheless, it did happen and his credentials as top coach in Canada are impressive. He took over a team with a fine defence, the best in Canada according to 1969 statistics, and terrible offence. He left the defence alone and brought in what he considered offensive threats. After much juggling, plenty of cutting and some guessing, his offence started to move. Don Trull, an American Football League veteran, filled in at quarterback; Terry Swam be- came a great offensive halfback after being a top split end in 1969, and Dave Cutler became a top-notch place-kicker. BRINGS THEM IN He brought in new men to the offensive line and after his dis- astrous start the club began to Win games. Since Labor Day, in 'act, his record is the best in Canada. Jauch, greying despite Ms comparative t h e youngest coach in a tough man. One of the Eskimos' officials said Tuesday night: "Ray can be a nice guy, but he's not always that way. When Allan Cup Tournament Is Looming OTTAWA (CP) The senior council of the Canadian Ama- teur Hockey Association will recommend Nov. 14 whether to scrap the Allan Cup playoffs and adopt a tournament system, CAHA executive director Gor- don Juckes said Tuesday. Tlie council, working on the question since May, is waiting hear the opinions of eastern leagues before making its final decision. Western leagues Juckes said, are generally in favor of tourna- ment play, reducing playoffs to four or five days from the present six weeks. One problem Juckes men- tioned in an interview is that in xmrnament play teams might DC competing for top honors in other cities than their own, making it more difficult to in- terest the public. On the other hand, he said :ournament play couid he .sched- iled a year in advance so that nearly all major Canadian cities could be host for the games at one time or another. Regardless of the council de- cision teams will still ploy for lie Allan Cup. Canada's oldest amateur hockey award. he wants he can be a rotten so-and-so." Jauch, who played too years With Winnipeg Blue Bombers as an offensive halfback only to have his career cut by a se- vered achilles tendon in the 1961 Grey Cup game, admits he can be hard to get along with. "I'm running this club on the he said. "If people don't give 100 per cent and help they'll be cut. If they do give all they'll stick." That's the attitude that has the Eskimos in contention for a second-place finish behind Sas- katchewan Roughriders in the WFC. Jauch said before tlie season started he'd settle for a spot in the playoffs. But the feeling now is that he won't settle for any less than a Grey Cup win. Bowling Qanter GLENDALE BOWL, the gals continue to shine with ;Phyl Harrison turning -in one of the finest perform- ances of the year to take the honors as the bowler-of-the- week competing in Tracy's, she rolled a 189 in her first game and then ran wild in her two final games with re- 'sounding scores of 376 and 351 for a terrific triple of 916, an for the three games of 305 The men's bowler- of-the'.veek goes to Sam Girardi one of the steadiest trun- dlers in the city He clicked for games in men's com- mercial of 248, 322 and 289 and a solid 859 triple it marked a double honor for Sam as he was also selected the men's bowler-of-the-week at Capri Bowl. There was action aplenty among YBC bowlers as they Held their first tournament of the year In the Bantam girls' doubles event, Debbie Anderson and Debbie Seitz won out with Brenda Veres and Karen Gross taking the B event David Wells and Daren Toth combined to win the Bantam A boys' title with Doug Vogt and Danny Nagy emerging with the spoils in the B competition In the Senior Junior division Sslma Nishimura and Pamela Legge paced the girls' doubles event while David Barton and Sean Marr were crowned kings of the boys' section A special mention must go tills week to a member of one of Lethbridge's foremost bowling families as YBCer Brcnda Pedersen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pedersen, set a new high single of 330 and a double of 573 to boost her average of 217 quite consid- erably Due to a mixup last Sunday's opening Pot-of-Gold was postponed and will be held, instead, this Sunday at with cash awards to the winners All women's day leagues are reminded the Col. Sanders tournament gets under way this week with all teams entered automatically, the win- ners advancing to the second round of play. Members of the Commercial Men's cut loose again, Orest Yurchak rolling 325 and 865, Elclon Westling 339 with an 852 triple in another league, Mike Tobo 341 and 803, Ken Mal- comson 319 and 824, John Rempel 336, Bernie Bailey 338 and Bert Mezei 330 Dot Bulpilt was one of the tops among the gab with 300 and 755. Brooks Robinson Seeking Oriole Contract NEW YORK AP) Brooks Robinson is going to bat for or without his golden glove. "I don't think they've ever paid me a penny for my Baltimore Orioles' super third baseman said Tuesday after confirming that he'll shoot for a six-figure contract next season. "A player's defensive ability is overlooked in contract said the 33-year-old veteran, long acknowledged as the top glove man at his position in the majors. "They pay you for what you contribute with the bat. If a guy is just a good defensive player he can go just so far salary-wise." Robinson qualified for a big boost over his estimated 1970 salary of by turning the Orioles' World Series triumph over Cincinnati Reds into a pri- vate hitting and fielding show- case. In 21 at-bats he stroked nine hits, tying the record for a five-game series in 21 at bats. penalties called in the cleanly- played affair with the Cougars getting the nod on seven occa- sions. George McCrea of Kings was also given a misconduct in the early stages of tlie first period. The Sugar it esc; can't hold onto a early lead. After the first period, the Kings were supporting a 3-1 lead, only to see it falter in tlie last two periods. It was not until the third pe- riod, though, that ended the Kings' chances of moving up into a first-place tie with the Rustlers. It looked as though Dodds' goal at the mark would stand up for the Kings but after a defensive lapse with only remaining, that pos- sibility vanished as Calgary scored. During the 60 minutes of play, the younger Sugar King club stood- up strongly against the older Cougar club. In fact, the local boys even dished out several stiff checks that slow- ed up the opposition. Lannie MacDonald, especially, showed signs of changing his style of play from last season as he threw his weight around with authority. In another game last night, Ponoka Stampeders scored their first victory of the year and climbed out of the cellar, a point ahead of Edmonton Movers, with a 6-3 victory over Edmonton in Ponoka. Marcel Comeau scored two goals for Ponoka. Lee Whitfprd, Brian Leathern, Murray, Bing- ham and Everett Simanton scored the others. Dale Bowler, Craig Styles and Ken Kosak scored the Ed- monton goals. The Kings Will see action again tonight as they travel to Taber for an exhibition tilt against the Taber Palace Chefs. Game time is slated for in the Centre. Sugar Kings, with only one loss in eight starts, hit the road this weekend for games in Pon- oka Red Deer. SUMMARY First Period 1. Calgary, Colborne (Pollock, Huber) 1. Lelhbridge Shardlow (Chalmers, MacDonald) 3. Lelhbridge, Chalmers (Pas- kuski, Andreachuk) i Lelh- bridge. Mutch (McCrea, Paskuskl1) Penalties Polio, Pocza, Mc- Crea, McBride, Fairclough. second Period 5. Calgary, GOBS (Fraser, McBrlde) Penalties McBride 2, Shardlow Fairclough. Third Period A. Calgary, Pollock (Smith, Fairclough) 7. Lelh- bridgc, Dodd (Andreachuk, Mutch) 8. Calgary, Huber (Legullloux) Penalties Shardlow, Colborne. Shots on goal by Calgary 13 7 "briagt 11 9 Stamps Drop Bob Lueck CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampeders of the Western Football Conference Tuesday released veteran Bob Lueck, all-star offensive guard in the WFC in 19C3 ami 1557. Lueck, 27, from Arizona Stale, Was in lu's fifth season with the Stampeders. The club said he was released to make room for Granville Liggins, sidelined for most of the season with a groin injury, and reactivated from the in- jured reserve list. With defensive tackle John Helton out for about two weeks with strained knee ligaments, Liggins is expected to play in his position Sunday in a homo game against British Columbia Lions. Hoop Referees Meet Tlnu-sclay A business meeting of the Southern AHrerta Basketball Referee's Association is sched- duled for room 60 at the Leth- bridge Community College Thursday night at RAY JAUCH The 32-year-old Edmonton Eskimo coach has been named coach-of-the-year In Canadian professional football. Bowling Scores CAPRI BOWL WILSON'S JUNIOR SHOP Ev Krauss 299 Vi Yurkowsk] 271; Marge Hughes 247; Margaret Cemullnl 237; Nina Slndllnger 255; Pat Plomp 230 Meme Chabot 229; Jean Passey 226; Marg Seefrled 221; Barbara Buljerr 220. GORDIE'S MEN Henry WHIUms 324; Gary Tun- bridge 311 Steve Gangur TO; Fen Tunbridoe 290 Robin Ond- rlk 23? Ken Malcomson 285 Randy Wolstoncroft 273 Ken Larson 264 Bert Mezel 270 Bruno Baceda 268. HOOF-HORN Jean Passey 345 Ken David 271; cnas. Brownfield 251; Louis Ce- Jager 237; Bev Jarvis 236; Ed 240; Ally Carlson 231; Garth Passey 236; Herman Huesken 234; Jean Ka- zala 222. FREEL'S-SPEEDY'J Isabel Orsten 269; Lorralns. Kirch- ner 232; Katny Rolllngson 280; Mary onofrychuk 260; Belly Taylor 2S2; Darlene Czakl 250; Jean KoskosM 246; ,Jean Wllkins 213; Peogv Klrby 213; Isabella Sawehuk 217. ELRICH TIRE j SPORT SCORES HOCKEY STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L 1 Boston........ o Montreal 4 1 New York Detroit Vancouver F A Pts 0 75 12 8 0 IS 7 8 ft 11 5 6 Chicago it. Louis 'niladelphia -os Angeles Minnesota Pittsburgh California .....o ALBERTA JUNIOR W Red Deer 5 Talgary 5 Lethbridge J tarn. Leais '2 'onoka 1 Edm. Movers. 16 20 1 S 0 IB 29 d 1 3 I 4 12 3 1 3 0 14 IB 2 Division 31 1 19 12 7 3 1 1 16 12 7 31 1 12 9 7 2 1 0 14 10 4 47 7 23 L T 0 2 1 1 1 3 F A Pts 42 22 12 40 29 11 55 27 11 0 6 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F i 3 2 0 17 Reglna Estcvan Winnipeg Flln Flon Irandon 6 6 3 A 0 19 23 6 1 Western Division 2 1 1 Edmonton Swift Current 3 7 Calgary 2 2 Saskatoon 24 Medicine .Hat 03 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division 0 10 15 0 iprlngfield 'rovidence Juebec Montreal Cleveland Baltimore Rochester iershey W L T F A Pts 1 1 0 13 13 0 13 0 10 15 West Division 3 1 0 16 ......3 1 0 14 3 2 0 17 1 3 0 10 HOCKEY SCORES National Vancouver i California 1 American Montreal 3 Cleveland 1 Western Denver 4 Seattle -i Eastern New Haven 7 Syracuse 4 Charlotte 3 Nashville o Alberta Junior Calgary 4 Lelhbridge 4 Ponoka 6 Edmonton Leafs 1 Alberta Senior Edmonton 5 Calgary 4 Western Canadi Edmonton 6 Brandon 5 Regina 6 Estevan 2 Swift Current- 7 Medicine Hat 5 Manitoba Junior Kenora 2 Portage la Prairie 3 St. Boniface 3 West Klldonan 3 Ontario Junior Hamilton 4 St. .Catharines 3 Ottawa 7 Oshawa 2 Central Junior Smith Falls 4 Ottawa 4 Hull 3 Pembroke I Quebec Junior Trols-Rivieres 3 1 St. Jerome B Rosemont S PRO BASKETBALL National Association San Diego 115 Phoenix 114 Porlland 120 Cleveland 98 Detroit 115 Milwaukee 114 San Francisco 125 Baltimore 105 Philadelphia 98 Buffalo 89 New York 115 Los Angeles 100 American Association Floridians 120 Kentucky 115 CANADIAN FOOTBALL Western Conference W L T F A Sask. 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