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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 nil LtTHBRIDGE HERALD Thunday, Octobor 21, 1971 Locals eager to travel victory avenue Sugar Kings open home season Saturday Lakers score again By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kevin Loughery paid a quick dividend to Philadelphia 76ers after being traded by Baltimore Bullets in the National Basket ball Association. Loughery scored the baske that broke a 92-92 tie with 2'3 minutes left, then added four more key points as the unbeaten 76ers made it four in a row by downing Seattle SuperSonics 100-93 Wednesday night. Loiighcry, traded by the Bul- lets on Monday for Archie Clark of Philadelphia, finished with 20 points, second to Billy Cun- ningham's high of 29 for the 76ers. Don Kojis led the Super- Sonics with 18. Los Angeles Lakers also made it four straight by whip- ping Atlanta Hawks 126-1W while, in the other scheduled NBA games, California Golden State romped over Cleveland Cavaliers 115-98 and Chicago Bulls whacked Houston 125-110. Dallas beat Carolina 115-113 in overtime, Virginia defeated Flo- ridians 111-103 and Kentucky shaded Memphis 10G-1M in the tliree American Basketball As- sociation games scheduled. CHAMBERLAIN' BREAKS TIE Veteran Wilt Chamberlain put the unbeaten Lakers ahead of the Hawks with a basket that broke an 86-86 tie, then ripped off 13 points in the last quarter as Los Angeles pulled away. Jim McMillian, with 39 points, and Gail Goodrich, with 29, combined for 68 points to spark the Lakers' offence. Chamber- Jain finished with 18. Lou Hud- son led Atlanta with 37. Cazzie Russell, with 29, and Jeff Mullins, with 27, combined for 56 points in leading the Golden State Warriors over Cleveland. Bobby Smith tallied 23 for the Cavaliers and Charlie Davis added 19. Bob Love led Chicago over Houston with 31 points. Sin Lantz scored 33 in a losing cause. The game was the first pro basketball game ever played in Waco, Tex. Lions bring in import tackle VANCOUVER (CP) Brit- ish Columbia Lions, looking for replacements for injured play- ers in time for Sunday's West- em Football Conference game in Regina, have brought in a former National League defen- sive tackle for a five-day trial. The club said that Douglas Kriewald, 6-fooU and 255 pounds, is being considered as a replacement for Garrett Hun- sperger who is not expected to play in the game against Sas- katchewan. Hunsperger is B.C.'s nominee for Canadian Football League most valuable lineman. Lcthbridgo Sugar Kings are sniffing the unhealthy air of last place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League, but they hope to remedy that situation this weekend. Kings have played three games to date, all on the road, and they dropped them all. They'll launch the 1971-72 home campaign Saturday night at Adams Ice Centre against their long-time rivals, the Red Deer Rustlers, and complete the weekend twin bill Sunday afternoon against a new league entry, the Drumheller Falcons. Kings will use Adams as GEORGE McCREA The Sugar King holdover sees ac- tion Saturday and Sunday as the Kings open (heir home campaign in the Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League. Dinosaurs victorious CALGARY (CP) Univer- sity of Calgary Dinosaurs moved into a tie for second 1 a c e in the Western Canada Intercollegiate Athletic As- sociation's football standings iVednesday as they blanked Jniversity of Saskatchewan Huskies 13-0. Quarterback Les Horvath di- rected the triumph as he pass- ed for 442 yards. Ed Bordun added 11 yards through the air >y completing another pass. Dinosaurs, however, on a hand- 'ul of occasions saw scoring at- :empts bog down deep in Sas- katchewan territory. Calgary got its touchdowns Tom fullback Jim Dallin in the second quarter and Horvath in he fourth. The victory gave Dinosaurs a 3-2 record and a share of second place with University of Manitoba Bisons while Univer- ity of Alberta Golden Bears are the league leaders with a j-1 record. Monday tussle ror Leafs, Wings TORONTO (CP) Toronto Leafs and Detroit Red Vings will meet here Nov. 1 in he first National Hockey game to be played at aple Leaf Gardens on a Mon- lay night. The game was rescheduled rom Oct. 13 after Leafs' homo opener of the 1971-72 season was xjstponed following the death of Gardens' president Stafford Smvthe. MOTO SKI Tougher 7 Ways FROM Prebco Recreation Vehicles 600 4th Ave. N. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-4421 Canada posts golfing upset AUCKLAND, N.Z., (CP) Canada upset Britain's highly- rated team and Australia de- feated New Zealand in the first day of play in the Common wealth amateur golf tournament today. The Canadian amateurs de- feated the Britons 6-3 after tak- ing the foursomes 2-1. Doug Roxburgh, 19-year-old player from Vancouver, contrib- uted to Canada's triumph with an unexpected win against expe- rienced British player Rodney Foster. Canada and Australia lead the round-robin tournament with two points each. Britain and New Zealand have no points. Canada's biggest singles vic- tory was recorded by Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Ont., the U.S. amateur king, playing at No. 5 in the team order. Cowan made a brilliant start against Britain's George Mac- Gregor with birdies on the first three holes and went on to win 4 and 3. But Roxburgh's 1 up win over Foster, a veteran of three Walker Cup competitions, was the day's biggest surprise. Rox- burgh went round the Middle- more course in an 82-11 over par. British team captain Michael Bonollack was in devastating form, firing a two-under-par 69 to beat Doug Silverberg of Cal- gary 6 and 5. Friday, Canada meets New Zealand and Britain plays Aus- tralia. In other singles matches, Stuart Hamilton of Brampton, Ont., defeated Britains Michael King 2 and 1; veteran Nick Weslock of Burlington. Ont., lost to Hugh Stuart 4 and 2; and Keith Alexander of Calgary beat Charles Green 1 up. Playing on greens which re- covered well after the downpour which washed out most of Wednesday's play, Cowan and with Green and MacGregor after six holes today to a surprise 3 and 2 defeat in the foursomes. Weslock, 54, oldest player of the tournament and partnering Alexander, started 5 up after light holes and lost the ninth with one over. Then the Canadians won the 10th and 11 th at par and halved the next two, also par, for an untroubled victory. Hamilton and Silverberg scored Canada's second win after starting 1 down on the eighth. Bonollack and Stuart were no match for them and went under Jour to 3. Big damage suit filed LOS ANGELES (AP) For- mer California Ange.ls' pitcher Minnie Rtjas filed a lion damage suit Wednesday in connection with an automobile accident that killed two of his children and left him paralysed from the neck down. The suit was filed in United States District Court against State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. A lawyer for Rojas and his wife, who also was seriously hurt ta the crash contends the company tried to coerce them into accepting much less money than they were entitled. Rojas maintains his car was sideswiped by a truck in Flor- ida in April 1970. The insurance company has asserted no other vehicle was involved. No comment says Finks CLEVELAND (AP) Jim Finks, vice-president and gen- eral manager of Minnesota Vi- kings, testified Wednesday be- fore the federal grand jury in- vestigating pro football opera- tions. He answered reporters' questions afterwards with a "no comment." Finks, once general manager of Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League and a former quarterback for Pitts- burgh Steelers of the National Football League, said before en- tering the jury room that he was subpoenaed a week ago. Bloods score first points The Cardston St. Mary's floods scored their first points n the Lethbridge Minor Foot- jail League season, but were >ombed 44-7 by the Eskimos Wednesday night. Meanwhile, in the second en- counter of the evening the sec- ond place Lions suffered a M setback at the hands of the Stampeders. In the Eskimos Bloods con- .est, Rick Collier broke loose on 'our occasions leading the Es- kimos to victory. His touch- down gallops included 40, 60 and 50 yards. Other Eskimos' touchdowns came from Mark Baldry, Brian Juick and Bruce Twa while Randy Van Loo added two con- verts. Casey Scott gave the Bloods their first points of the season scoring the lone touchdown and adding the single point for the convert attempt. Tn the second game of the night, Jerry Areshenko gave the Lions an early first quar- ter lead with a single point, but it couldn't hold up against the determined Stampeders. Trailing 1-0 going into the final quarter, Dale Aubert ram- bled 30 yards for the only touchdown scored in the game giving the Stamps the victory. MINOR FOOTBALL W L T F A fls Eskimos.....? 0 0 424 8 13 Lions .........7 3 0 203 102 1J Bombers ......3 A 1 97 134 6 Bloods .0 9 0 7 375 0 VEGA LOVES TO BE DRIVEN The Little Car that does everything well! And Vega loves to be anywhere you want drive if. In town, downtown, around town, Ihrough town or In the country. Vega will surprise you- With its unique aluminum-silicon engine. Vega has the power to more than hold ils own on the highway and up long steep hills. Be- cause Vega is low, with a low centre of gravity, it holds steady in buffering cross-winds. Drive a Vega: enjoy driv- ing again! So come drive a bargain at BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd Ave. and Bill St. S. Phone 327-3 M7 home base until the new Hen- derson Lake rink is opened, and manager Syd Hall says Ire has not received any official word as to when that will be. Calgary Canucks, another new league member, are cur- rently tied for first place with the Rustlers and Calgary Mount Royal Cougars with eight points each, but all three teams have played three more games than the Kings. Edmonton Maple Leafs fol- low with three wins in three games, and they're the only un- beaten team in the seven-team circuit. There are a flock of new faces with the Sugar Kings this year with only three holdovers on hand, goaltender Phil Wand- Icr. who was backup man last year to John Davidson, and forwards George McCrea and Ken Dodd. Wandler is sharing goaltend- ing duties with 17-year-old War- ner Crawford, who was the backup netminder for Ed Dyck with Calgary Centennials last season. There are five defencemcn currently on the rosier. This in- cludes Terry McFaul, from Calgary, 16-year-old Marshall Chalmers, a Fairview product and a younger brother of form- er Sugar King Len Chalmers, as well as Richard Lalond from Calgary, Wayne Morin from Progress, B.C., and Ken Wil- son, who toiled with St. Thomas College and North Battleford last season. For Saturday night's curtain- raiser, coach John Chapman will likely have Neil Lysency, a Calgary product, at centre on one line with Richard Shinske, from Burnaby, B.C., and Ed- monton product Rich Austin on the wings. Chris MeMasters, a right winger from Nanton, 16-year-old centre Terry Tarnow, who play- ed with Kamloops Rockets last year, and Mike Clarke of Dids- bury may form another attack- ing unit. The other forwards are hold- overs McCrea and Dodd, who slammed home 20 goals last year in his rookie season, and Mark Severyn from Nelson. Tarnow and Severyn came to the Sugar Kings in a trade with SWift Current Broncos of the Western Canada League for Alex Kogler. Hall said today that tliree players from the Calgary Cen- tennials will report to the Sugar King camp when the Cents re- turn from their current swing on the west coast. He also said that there's a possibility they'll join the fold in time for the weekend games. The King manager is not alarmed by the fact that the locals have dropped their first three starts. "We've got a lot of new boys with the club this he said, "and it's going to take time to get things work- ed out. But we'll be in the thick of it." .Saturday's game is billed for with Sunday's encounter at two o'clock. Paterson dump St. Mary's 4-0 In Lethbridge Junior High School soccer league action Paterson shutout St. Mary's 4-0. Craig Murray was the indivi- dual star netting three goals while Chuck Moore chipped in with a singleton. WHV NOT? SOU A BLOKE WHO'S AHEACs.) QMS TIME, RIGHTy v; Stiff test faces Rams RON TAYLOR a new Expo Expos buy Ron Taylor MONTREAL (CP) Ron Taylor, a 33-y e a r -o 1 d right- handed reliever with New York Mets for the last five seasons, was purchased Wednesday by Montreal Expos. Jim Fanning, general man- ager of the Expos, said the deal between the two National League clubs was a straight cash transaction. He did not specify the amount. Taylor, born and educated in Toronto, had been with the Mets' organization since 1967, when he reported to the base- ball club's spring training camp as a non-roster plaj'er. LCI Rams take on their big- gest task of the 1971 Southern Alberta High School Football campaign when they tangle the undefeated Catholic Central Cougars Friday night. A Ram victory would push them into a first place tie with the Cougars and with the league schedule completed, a a tie- breaking system will be used. In case of a tie, a system of points scored for and against will be put into effect, tabu- lated from their two meetings is year. Catholic Central will have an edge going into Friday night's affair holding 26 points in their favor. In their previous en- counter this season the Coug- ars dropped the Rams 33-7. The winners of the western division will meet the Medicine Hat McCoy Colts in the cham- Ith; pionship final at the end of the month. The Colts clinched the east- ern title although losing to the Mohawks, their closest rivals last weekend. McCoy sport a 3-3 record while the Mohawks own a 2-4 record. If the Colts should lose and the Mohawks win this weekend, the eastern title would still go to the Colts who maintain the better points for and against average between the two clubs. In two meetings this season, the Colts have beaten the Mo- hawks 18-7 while losing the other 7-0. The Mohawks will take on the Cresent Heights Vikings at 6i30 p.m. and the Winston Churchill Bulldogs will visit the Colts at p.m. Friday night. I In Lethbridge, game time is I set for 8 p.m. at Henderson. Calgary site for fivepiii bowling meet Bowling officials from throughout Alberta will meet Ji Calgary Sunday, at the Summit Hotel, and an invitation to local fivepinners to attend is being extended. The meeting, to discuss bowl- ing on the local, provincial and national level, will be under the sponsorship of the Calgary Five- n Bowling Association. Slated to attend are C. C. Baldwin, a representative of, the Canadian Bowling Congress. Bert Garside, public relations officer for UK CBC, and Harry Young, president of the Alberta Fivepin Bowling Association. The meeting will get under way at 2 p.m. Lethbridge Fish and Game Assoc. BIRD GAME COMPETITION Parsons Hardware Hoyt's or Members of Executive Commiltee ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES L T 2 0 ALBERTA JUNIOR W Calgarv 4 Red Deer .....A Mount Royal 4 Edmonton Leafs 3 Edm. 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