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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ------Soluidoy, Oclobtr SI, LITKBRIDGE HERALD IS It's Richard quits Bulldogs (all to third place after 28-6 setback Rams emerge as division champions with victory QUEBEC (CP) Maurice Rocket) Richard, lormer liockey star with Montreal Ca- nadiens of the National Hockey League, retired from profes- sional coacliing Friday with a 1-1 record. Richard, who received a standing ovation last week at the first home game Quebec Lcs Nordiques of the World Aiidreaclmk scores one for Cents Jly THE CANADIAN I'll ESS Brandon Wheat Kings found out how the other halt lives Fri- day night as they absorbed a 5- 4 beating from Hegina Pats for their first loss of the young Western Canada Hockey League season. Despite the defeat in one of two WCHL games, the Kings remained in first place in the eastern division of the circuit. In the other game, Calgary Centennials held off a late thrust and downed New West- minster Bruins 3-2. In each game, losing coaches pulled their goaltenders, but the added effort failed to pay off. Hick Ullrich, back for his first game after suffering a broken wrisl during pro-season play, scored Ihe winner at Re- gin'a in the second period as the Pals won their first game after four defeats and a tie. Dennis Sobchuk scored twee and Jim Minor and Bill Bel once each for the Pats, who won the division championship last season. Grant Tiiompson, Ron ChipperfieW, Halph Krentz am Clark Lang replied for Bran don, which has been almost un. touchable in its new horn arena. Dan Mandryk scored Cal gary's winner early in the thir period after Danny Gare an Handy Andreachuk gave th Centennials a 2-0 first-perirx lead. Doug Abrahamson Emile DeMoissac tied the scor in the second. Calgary's win created a tl for second place with Edmon ton in the western division an the two clubs meet at Edmon ton Sunday in one of seve weekend games. In tonight's tests, New Wes minster visits Medicine H and Vancouver visits Victor! Besides the Calgary-Edmonto game Sunday, the schedule ha New Westminster at Swift Cur rent. Victoria at Vancouve Saskatoon at Hegina ond Wum peg at Brandon. -Jockey Association, said his al .cmpt lo coach tlie fledglinf icckey team was "a challenge which I tried to take on, but in vain." Richard guided Les Nor diques to a. 6-0 victory over Al berta Oilers and to a 2-0 loss to Cleveland Crusaders. A club spokesman said Rich ard had resigned in his capac ity as coach but suggested h may return In some other ca pacity. two parties want to re- tain a close th spokesman said, adding tha Richard would meet with Pal Racine, Les Nordiques pres dent, to discuss his future wit the club. TOOK LEAVE The retirement was predicta Quebec City and Montreal ice last Monday, when the r m e r NHL goal-scoring cord-holder took a leave of isence. Mrs. Richard said earlier this eek her husband felt extreme By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The Ixithbridge Collegiate In- stitute Rams captured their first. western division league lyn with Collier Statistically, the Rams rack- NOW OPEN Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE -ess lire in the unfamiliar role ehind the bench, it was his rst professional coaching job. "Coaching is loo much for she said. "He played te game for 25 years under all hat tension and he can't take it iiy more. 'Life's too I ifd him." "But he wanted to try it be- he wanted to find out. ow he knows he must have another life, a quiet one." Maurice Filion, Les Nor- diques' chief scout, has been cling as interim coach since ast Monday. Richard was elected to ockey's Hall of Fame in 1901 tier an 18-year NHL career as right winger with the Cana- liens, during which he scored 44 goals. xwnant in the Southern Alberta High School Football League, by whipping the Winslon Chur- hill Bulldogs 28-G before 1220 fans at the Henderson ball park Friday night. The Rams will now advance to t h c SAHSFL cliampionslup final as they take on the east- ern division champs in Medi- cine Hat next weekend. This season, the Rams had started off on the wrong foot by suffering a slim 4-3 loss to the defending champion Catho- lic Central Cougars in their league opener. Since then, they registered six straight wins which enabl- ed them to cart home their first west division league nanL title. The SAHSFL had split into an east and west division confer- ence three years ago and the Cougars have held the title since then. For their great efforts this year, tlie Rams were present- ed with the Scotia Insurance Management Limited trophy by representative Wes Rice after the game, SCORED FIRST In last night's encounter, the Bulldogs grabbed an early 6-0 first quarter lead as they marched 75 yards in eight plays and two big penalties charged against the Rains. Bob Meyers plunged over from the flams' roe-yard line to score the Bulldogs' only points of the evening. Umpires could be in trouble BALTIMORE (AP) Col. Thomas Smith, head of the Maryland slate police, said Fri- day he will turn over to major League baseball officials a re- port of an investigation into on alleged link between a Balti- more man charged with gam- bling violations and 11 major- league umpires. Baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn said Thursday his office was investigating reports that the names of 11 American League umpires were found In an address book of a Baltimore man charged wilh gambling. Samuel Green, Baltimore County state's attorney, said he had written to Kuhn asking for a meeting next week lo discuss the matter. A state police spokesman said the book contained the names and addresses of nine umpires and telephone numbers I for two oilier American League officials. Smith said nothing Indictable was found in Ihe book. The book was seized at the home of Albert C. Isella, 57, when treasury agents, state and county police raided his home Sept. 26. Isella was charged with book- making, lottery, maintaining a gambling establishment and conspiracy. He was released OD his own recognizance. A high snap killed the dogs chances lo add the extra point attempt. The Rams came back early in the second quarter to take over the lead as they drove 56 yards in four plays. Dave Howe notched the Rams' first major score as he scampered through the middle from the Bulldogs' five yard line unmolested. Rick Collier was successful with his convert try and gave his teammates a 7-6 lead. Collier didn't stop there as he extended the Rams' margin by seven more points some two minutes later. Collier broke loose and gal- TO THE VICTORS GO THE 5POIIS Corby Pankhurit (3) nnd Al Stretton (40) accept the Scolia Insurance Memo- cetnenl Lid. trophy From Wes Rice Friday night after dumping Winston Churchill Bulldogs 28-6 lo Ihe loped 71 yards for a touchdown and then added his second straight convert of the night. Holding a slim 14-6 lead alter two quarters of action, the Rams came out into the third quarter all fired-up and deter mined to earn a victory. On Ihe first play of the sec ond half, Corby Pankhurs blasted through the middle am scooted 58 yards for the touch down. Collier was once again target with his convert boot anr the" Rams took an insurmount able. 2t-o lead. The Ranis finally put th game out of reach for the Bui dogs midway through the fin a quarter when quarterbacl Randy Stevens, hit Ross Wak finished second behind the Rams with a 5-2 mark, were never threatened as they ran up a 26-0 lead at half time and added points at will In the second. Boh Parkyn and John Kos- tiuk paced "the Cougars w i t h three each. Parkyn scored one of his majors on a CO-yard run. Dave Jackson and Guy Ponv ohac added single touchdowns for the Cougars while Bili Dud as 'converted five of the eight major scores. Frazier will meet Foreman PHfLADELPHlA (API Joe Frazier has signed n contract to defend his world heavy- weight boxing championship, against George Foreman next Jan. 25 in Jamaica, Frazier's; manager. Vancey Durham, nounced Friday. The World Boxing Council., meeting in Mexico City, had threatened (o withdraw its rec- ognition of Frazjcr's title and sent telegrams Thursday to Frazier, Durham, Foreman and Us manager, Dick Sadler, giv-.. ing them 48 hours to set a data for the bout. Western Division title in Ihe Southern Alberta High School Footboll League. Rams now meel McCoy High School of Medicine Hal for the league crown. The gome goes next Friday in ihc Cos City. (Waller Kerber Photo) By THE CANADIAN PRESS Head coach Jim Duncan of Calgary Stampeders is promis- ng a great contest between his earn and British Columbia is In Western Fotball Ccn- erenee action tonight. "Goraia bs a helluva game omorrow night, you he said Friday as his team pre- pared to practise on the arti- icial turf at Vancouver's Em- jire Stadium. "Why there'll be people run- ning up that field and down again. They'll be loose and there sure os hell won't be any pressure on anybody." Why the losseness? Because both the Lions snc: the Stamps their 4-9 records have nothing to lose. Except for Ihe fourth-place standing in ihe WFC. In other WFC weekend ac lion, Edmonton Eskimos trave to Saskatchewan Sunday with a multitude of injuries. ESKIMOS AHEAD BY 2 Tlie Eskimos, in second place behind Winnipeg Blue Bombers, have a two-point lead over the Roughies. With a victory Sun- day, the Eskimos, with the lat- est injuries to linebacker Ther- inan Couch and fullback Sam Scarher, can clinch second place. But the-Stampeders, the de- fending Grey Cup champions, are tied with B.C. and fighting for fourth place "I don't know what hap- pened. It was a combination of what many believe :orerunncr of the ill be Canadian j'ootball final, Ottawa Rough Riders and Montreal Alouettes stage a crucial show- down Sunday at Montreal. An Ottawa loss could all but upset their bid to'.- first place in the Eastern Conference. They trail the Ticats by two points and, after the weekend, have only two scheduled games to Hamilton's one. Hie Ticats, meanwhile, are slight favorites against Winni- peg, Western Conference lead- ers, at Ivor Wynne Stadium where the Grey Cup game is set for Dec. 3. The Ottawa-Montreal game to the Als means an opportunity to pad their third-place stand- ing in the East over Toronto Argonauts, whose late-season rally has left them just two points away from a playoff berth. The Als wind up their season the following Sunday while To- i---------: ronto has two more chances to i close the Saturday at j home with Ottawa and the fol-' lowing Sunday in Hamilton. things and Wayne Harris com- pounded the said coach NFL games set Sunday SPORTS FANS! DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 1 Did any learn ever lose the first three games of o World Seriel, ond Ihcn come back to I win the Scries? Several I tearm have lost the firjl games, and then caplured the I no team has ever yet losl the first three gomes ond Ihen won the Series. I I When was the lasl tima o I World Series was over in jusl I I four Bames7 The last lime 1 that happened was hack 1966 when Ihe Orioles beat iht Dodgers four straight. Oddly enough, the who the World Series record i runs in o! one of ihe great sluggeri Defence plays big role Dy THE ASSOCIATED PUESS foof SHARPENED SHIHED NEW IACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX..... WtFA PROFESSIONAl FIGURE SKATES Mada In Austria I VINDOBONA t DtLUXe CHAMPION I SUPER GOLDSTAR From Kings at home Edmonton Mets will sample hospitality of Lcthbridge Sugar Kings and Pass Red De- vils this weekend in Alberta Junior Hockey League action. Tonight at in Blairmore the Red Devils will entertain the Mots. Red Devils, a new entry in the league, have won thrca of their First six starts and currently share In third in the six-team league. ftfeu, on the other hand, are battling with the Sugar Kings PROFESSIONAL FIGURE SKATE SHARPENING HAND HONED PAIR 1.50 BERT MACS LTD. was Ssn Diego Chargers at Detroit _ i ear-I Li ons. St. Louis Cardinals Dallas Cowboys Duncan. ton Eedskins play the Middle linebacker Harris go', punishment game Sund thumped Aug. 27 against Sas-1 National Football League show katchewan and it is expected 1 while Baltimore Colts try spinal injuries will keep him jn without John Unitas and out for Ihe season. Miami Dolphins attempt to: have Cincinnati Bengals at Calvary's Jerry Keflhn? and keep rolling without Bob Angeles Rams. Denver Broncos .lirn Lindsay have tossed in-' at Oakland Haiders. Atlanta Diego. Sunday's other NFL games Kings Sunday afternoon at two o'clock at Henderson Ice Centre. The next home action follow- ing Sunday's game for the Kings will be a week from Tues- day when local fans get their first look at the Calgary Can- ucks. leans Saints at San Francisco Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Clu'efs and Cleve- land Browns at Houston Oilers. Monday night, Minnesota Vik- Falcons At Green. Bay Packers. 1 ings face Ihe Bears in Chicago. I I aj int; IYUIIU jtiivj ir driving in the most I any World Series ii I _ ..v. w.ic of ihe great sluggeri I in baseball history, but ihe I I relatively !ighl-hit1ing Bobby I Richardson Richardson set the all-time Series record for I RBI's when he drove in 12 rum in Iho 1960 Series I be! you didn'l know I has jusl rolled in a carload of greaf new Uniroyal Super I Winteritfe Snow Tires and be- I causa of it are able fo make i you one of Ilia best Snow Tire I Buy i in Southern Alberta. I When you buy the 1st Tire ai i printed price I you get Ihe 2nd tiro !i price. 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