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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Otlobci 55, 1975--------------------------------------------- Easily outdistanced Pirates' Bill Virdon Anderson gets nod in National League NEW YORK (AP) Gtorgc (Sparky! Anderson, moldcr of tlic Cincinnati Rods, today was named Manager of Hie Year in the National League. Anderson's Reds won their second pennant in three sea- sons ajld !ie bent Pittsburgh skipper Bill Virdon in an Asso- ciated Press poll of sports writers ajul broad casters for (he M a n a g e r-of-the-Year au'ard. The margin was 271 to 179 for Anderson, in balloting con- ducted before the National League playoffs und World Scries. Montreal's Gene Maucli was a distant third willi seven voles. Sunday. Anderson's team lost the 1970 series to Baltimore Orioles 4-1. Cincinnati lost in seven games to Oakland Athletics in tlie World Scries thai ended I Division of the- National League Pronghorns ploy (iluinm Thursday Fry will assist Bowie Another lor raise Williams OAKLAND (AP) Manager Dick Williams of the World Series champion Oakland Ath- letics has received his third raise in three months from Charlie FInley, owner of the American League baseball club. Finley announced the pay raise at a victory party Mon- day night, saying: "For taking us to the World Series and Dick doesn't even know he has received another in- crease in salary." When Williams was signed to a second two-year contract Aug. !2, it was at a "substan- tial increase" in salary, and after the Athletics won the pen- nant Finley gave another reaise to the only manager he's ever kept through two consecutive seasons. No figures were mentioned, but one published report said the latest raise boosted Wil- liams to about a year. Williams had an announce- ment of his own he is retaining all his coaches for next season: Irv Noren, Jerry Adair, Vern Hoscheit and Wes Stock. Stock is taking the place of retiring pitching coach Bill Posedel. Finley said also that he is re- storing a five-per-cent cut pitcher Ken Holt zm an took when he was acquired from Chicago Cubs. Tlobin Fry has been named assistant coach ot the Univer- sity of Lethhridge Pronghorns for the 1972-73 Canada West male varsity basketball squad University Athletic Association Basketball Conference. Fry will split the coaching chores with Gary Bowie and [he combination may prove to be the key to the Pronghorns' successes this season. Fry has retuvned to the U of L after a two-year leave of ab- sence, during which time he pursued his doctoral studies at the University of Washington. His personal basketball ca- reer has been one of excellance and distinction. He started his distinguished playing career in Winnipeg where he was named the most valuable player and rookie of the year at the junior basket- ball level. From there, he dressed with Universities of Manitoba, Sask- atchewan and Calgary, during which time he was chosen a Western Canada Inter-Col- legiate Athletic Association Basketball Conference all-star fou- times and captured the scoring crown in 1965W and 1966-67. In 1967, Ixs was the runner- up to Ron Northcott for Cal- gary's athlete of the year and in 1908 he was selected to Can- ada's national basketball team which took part in the Pan- American Games staged in Winnipeg. Meanwhile Fry and coach Eowie will have a chance to see their club to action Thursday night. The Prongho-.-ns will host the U of L alumni in an cxliibition encounter at 8 p.m. at the U of L gymnasium. The alumni will be led by Tim Tollestrup, who was a member of Canada's national team, this year, and Don Mc- [jain, who played four years of hall in the United States and was the most valuable player in the 1969 Tri-University clas- sic while toiling with the Prong- horns. Others to join the alumni squad include, Jim Gladstone, Don Heggie, Mark Evans, Greg Strong, Glen Alexander and Ev Nowlin. On the other hand, the Prong- horns, who are expected to be a strong contender for the CWUAABL championship title this year, will be led by another Tollestnip Phil. He was a member of this .'ear's national basketball learn and the confrontation between he two brothers could conceiv- ably be one of the highlights of the contest. Bill Magierowski, who earn- ed all-star status in the WCIAABL last season, will once again lead the Prong- lorns' back court along with newcomer, Danny Court of Ray- mond. Another newcomer. Larry Balar, a 6'5" centre from Med- icine Hat, has also had art im- pressive try-out camp and will be relied on heavily this year. ROBIX FRY Hull's case delayed PHILADELPHIA (CP) A decision on Bobby Hull's courl battle with the National Hockej League reserve clause has been delayed another three days. U.S. District Judge Leon Hig ginbotham bad promised tw weeks ago to hand clown a deci sion to Uie Hull'case by Oct. 2-1 but UIG judge's secretary sai Tuesday the decision will no be announced before the end o the week. At stake in the case is Hull freedom to move to the Work Hockey Association's Winnipe Jets from Chicago Black Hawk of the NHL. The Hawks claii the reserve clause binds him t the NHL and Judge HJgginbo tham is to rule on the validit of that clause. Hull has not yet played fo the Jets and won't until th court makes a ruling. IN COLLEGE MALL The Skow For Skiers SEE THE UTEST IN SKI BOOTS SKIS ACCESSORIES SKI TOGS will bs shown each in mull. FASHION MODELS FROM CONTEMPRA MODELLING AGENCY College Mall Phone 327-0553 lO'.i games ttiis season, lile Yirdun's Pirates brcczwi 11 games in the East. Tlien, rtcinnali beat tho Pirates 3-2 Ihc playoff for tlic pennant. "It feels great although 1 awards arc won E team ilicl well." said the 38- ear-old Anderson, who once lanaged Toronto Maple Leafs i the Intel-national League. "I really wanted Uiis award, ell everybody I appreciate it." The former second baseman, 10 spent 10 of his 1L playing ears in the minor leagues, was tting in his office at Cincin- ati's Riverfront Stadium when e heard the news. Anderson, a native ot Brld- ewater, S.D., broke into base- all as an infield er with Santa iarbara of the California in 1953. He played in IB big majors only in 1959 with hiladelphia Phillies. Anderson his .218 with the 'hi Is and earned a trip back to ie minors where he played our seasons at Toronto before n-ning to managing with the iaple Leafs in 1984. He bovmced around after h a t, engineering pennant rives at places like Rock Hill, I. Petersburg, Modesto and ishevillc. Then, San Diego Padres ooiiited him as a coach in I9C9 and a year later, when Cincin nati fired Dave Bristol, he was u'red to manage the Reds. He took them to the N'L peu innt (hat year, then lost the Vorlcl Series to Baltimore. Ii 971, Cincinnati finished fourth n the Western Division. Then came 1972. and anothe Cincinnati pennant. Meanwhile hi Hartford, N.C nearly 3.000 people ignored a steady downpour to welcomi Jim Catfish Hunter back to hi lometown Tuesday. The pitcher for the worl champion Oakland Athletics re- ceived a hero's welcome com plete with parade, fish fry an. an awards ceremony at Per quimans County high schoo where he once was a star pit cher on the baseball team. The signs on the stores rea "Welcome Home Jimmy." Before his triumphant r 1 d 'iirough town in the parade Hunter lingered on his father' farm, dressed in old clothes ami boots, greeting old friend. ar.J talking baseball. "Winning the series was th best feeling I've ever had i my admitted Hunts. 'Yes, it meant more than th perfect game in 1908." He said, "The first thing pitcher wants to do Is win 2 games, then get into the Worl Series, and win it, too." Nechicli, Spoulos re-elected Aldo Nechich was rc-electe as president of the Commerci Men's Broomball League their annual meeluig recent! The league also decided elect George Spoulos for th 1972-73 season which gets undc way Nov. 5. Six games mil be staged eac Sunday starting at p. and finishing at 1! p.m. This season the Traders, J Masonary and Elrich Kimur have dropped out of corape lion, but have been replaced b Hermans Upholstery, U of I Liberty Boilers and Eunburs Ceramics. OILERS TRADE WEDSTErt HOUSTON fAP) Houstt Oilers traded linebacker Geor Webster late Tuesday to Pi( burgh Steelers for wide recei cr Dave Smith. tP SUES ALWAYS WORKIN1 LATE THESE DAVS, FLO'S WORKIN1 OVERTIME.ANDV EH. ANDY? I DID 'EAR A SUVCUB A3OUT AN' TWE ME TO SIS'E VOUTHIS Roundup of bowling DOUG'S Maggie Oliwr 269 Ann Duval S Mary fJUrisllfc 3JS, Joyce -swn M, Marg Mclaughlin KB Doromy Anderson 277 by Oieen 271 Ma rg Long Guila Bunnage Pat A Taml Wflkelen 235, Bunny n 240. FRIDAY SCHOOLS JUNIORS r.Mchael Sharun 250 Kim Ttrv dl Lei Seemen 312, Kim Dan Sudo 212, Tom Mtklos 208, ilchele Maclean 271 Garvin eallle 201. BANTAMS Merylen Burfiage 236, Pal Doyle 172, rephen Kenwood 183, Mallnda Hamll- 170 Mark Gretzlnger 255, Judy ia clean 369, Jackie Pearson 190, liehael Gerla 193, Mark Sharun 140. Donna Q arch a.11 210, Dennis Bslais 31, Del Homulos 1-Jl, Hal Bareharn 05, Phillip Paskal Mavis TuIHe 12, Gwrjie Rkhardson 248 Chris If 225. Frank TuMh Bonnie Bir- ell !W. H.MCO George Snwden JOS, Nick Hayes. 31, Jim Wilson 3W, George Frayn 724. CIV1L SERVICE jale 225 Edith Culler 373. Uarfine Kovacs 1M, Bev Passey 216. JUNIOR'S SHOP Jessie MacDonald 362; Pal Plomp 25S Margaret Duff 2-U; Jen Hegl 261 Ros Atkinson Diarine Corbelf, ?64 Forry 751; Ana Teterls (6761; Rose Nunwsller 250 Shirley Pefrak 302 Evelyn Krauss Louise Fulfcn 738. GORDIE'S John Remp-l 3U Ken Kuril 334 Sfeve 334 Bob Thomson 312; Eldon Wes Fling 333 Ab Paskuski (851J; Jonn Wilrfmen 301 John Erlckson 31S Jack Jones 399; Baden Pilling SIMPSONS-SEARS Dorolhy Skoog 217; Carolyn Allen ?49r Jim Vander Zee 729; Laoria Coupldnd 220; Ed Rossetll 276; Sheila Herberl 222; Tom Prall 273 Audrey Abfe 755; John Wildman 351 [7J1J; Helen RosseHI 212; Joyce Ka- minskl 220. SPEEDYS Jeart Passay 740 Mary Ontv 27i (641J; Jean Christie 3M; Bea Salmon 299 Jeanelle Smted 258 Zena Saunders 288r Rosa Johnson 2-13 Helen. Cavers 244; Anne Torfd 2i3; June Grace Board Kovac to head badminton club The Civic Centre Badminton Club has elected a execu- tive for the 1972-73 season. Tony Kovac, J i m Carson and fJeorge Cavies form the new executive with Kovacs the president. Fees for the coming season will remain the same as in past years. Adult members pay with a for each session. Ju- niors, players 14 years of age and under, pay plus per session. Sessions are planned twice a week this year. Thursday eve- nings the play gets under way at and goes until 10 while Sun days afternoon s the work- outs are from two until five. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS A" DIVfSION Richard Folk 1EO, Bill Taylor Ui, Alex Thomson 163, Geof Krofcosh 214, rnold Atxjn UJ, Carry! BalteY -layd Monerieff 157, Russell Derksen S6, Gerald Seccartfo 159, Marly Shlgc- il ro 167. (B" DIVtSIOTJ Rob-rt MeCraeken 16J Darren Swar- >n liS, Greg Paskuskl US, Bruce Wlr- >s1eX 1S9, Rsy Brown 132, Dean Hovey 37, TomFny Doyle 173, Derek Taylor ISO, Kerry Swaren 120. BANTAM GIRLS Sandra Hamilton Patty Slaalon 165, Joy Tinard 205, Lorf Chckl 206, Valerie McDonald 162, Debbie srhbet Hamtrion 1.51, Pam Vtrostek S5, Pearson 153, Karen Lud- viff 152. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Bob Hlrschs 297 L--s Erickson 163 {4YA. Murray Weslllng 374 Ron Grelilnger 353 [451 Doug Vogt 2PS, Nadlne Kovacs 291 Lynn 300 Linda Malcomson 24i Kfllie Pedrinl "JIO, Lwl Palmer- chuk 339 Evelyn Sommer 226 Cheryl Obsrmeyer 227 C.P.R. SOCIAL Janice Johnson 251, Bob Anderson 112, Ruth Cunningham 724, Gewgins Parry 307, Alma Oberg Jean Malchelf 217, Rollle Hwcs Clea! SchweMier 2W, Ev Shlra 237, Sfiirky Alexander ADULTS Raymond Payne 31i Les Erlck- lon 771 Sfm Kovacs 770 John WllrJman 295 DerreH Lag- ler !9S Karen ?53, 1-lnda 240 Donna Rodeo banquet goes tonight The Tel-Star Motel in Brooks uil! be the scene of tonight's awards banquet for the winners of the Smrthern Professional Rodeo Circuit, The banquet will get under- way with a cocklait hour at and .tickets are apiece. Winners of (lie various events will be presented with trophy saddles and a cash award for topping the standings over tfie year on the circuit. Leth- hridpc, Medicine Hat, Tabcr, Brooks, Vauxhall, Bassano, Raymond and Fort Macleod comprise the Southern Circuit. The banquet is open to the general public. ELRICH TiRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR L T F A Pis. Red Deer 6 2 0 51 31 12 Drum he Her 5 3 0 44 10 Calgary J 3 0 37 8 Edmonton 4 0 35 43 8 Crows hei r 3 0 35 34 6 Lelhbrldge 1 7 0 30 52 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F A Pli Montreal SO 3 3S U 13 DelroU 6 0 0 31 11 12 Buffalo 5 0 1 3 12 12 Rangers 4 3 l 26 ?4 9 Vancouver 3 S 1 !S 3V 7 Boston 3 A 03? 3 A Toronto 2 T 18 24 5 Ulanderi........ 1 S 0 23 23 2 Wntern Division PHIsburflh 5 3 0 3! 23 >0 Chfcago 5 3 0 JS 13 Minnesota 3 3 1 30 18 7 Angofei 3 6 0 28 35 6 Philadelphia 2 2 2 19 n 6 Atlanta 1 5 1 13 3 J St. Loul! 1 3 3 M 71 5 California 1 S 1 li 26 t i HOCKEY SCORES HaNona I Montreal 4 Uew Ytvk Islanders 2 Pittsburgh 4 Vancouver 0 Lot Angeles 5 California 0 Minnesota 2 St. Louis 1 World Winnrpsg 5 Philadelphia 3 Quebec 5 Houifon 3 New England 3 Cleveland 1 Chicago 3 Alberta 3 American Providence S Nova Scoria BosfCii 4 Richmond 1 Wesfero Infernational Cranbrook SpoXane 3 Wesltrn Canada SasVafoon 3 New Westminster 1 Manitoba Junior Vrtsl Kifdonan S St. Boniface i St. James 4 SelKIrK 4 British Columbia Junior Vernon 7 5 PRO BASKETBALL NBA Boston 105 Buffalo NBW 133 Cleveland 90 Los Angeles 114 KC-Omaha 94 Atlanta 11B Portland 110 CNcago 107 Phoenix 1D6 ABA San Diego 123 Carcrnia 1M Virginia 133 Memphis 111 Cougars, Cobras still in fight Coaldale Spartans, who have already clinched the East Div- ision title in the Foothill Foot- ball Conference, will put their unbeaten record on tiio line this Saturday apainst the winless Milk River Ridge Riders. Spartans have yet lo lose seven outings while tho exact opposite is the with the Ylirlgc Hi dors. In other games Saturday C-'iixIston St. Mary's travels to Vulcan to meet the Cougars white Picture Bulte Elks are the guests of High River Mus- tangs. Friday night Raymond Com- ets are In Cardston for a game with the Cougars while Clares- holm Cobras host Nanton Vulcan and CSaresholm arc currently lied for the lead in the West Division of the 10-leam league with identical 5-2 marks. Tne league's wind-up banquet Is set for High River Monday, Nov. 13 at Next Wednes- day evening at in the County Central High School in Vulcan an all-star game meet- ing will held. Claresholm will be without Hie services of Tim Smith for Uie remainder of the season as he has been suspended for his unsportsmanlike actions in a recent game. STANDINGS EAST DIVISION W L F A Pet. 7 Ottl 63 1.000 5 2 154 m .714 CartJiton 4 3 133 117 -i7] MItfc River ..0 7 4i 197 .000 WEST DIVISION Vulcaf) 5 7 314 91 .714 ui 7T .714 High River 1 3 163, 175 S', Mary's 1 If7 ]4 41 lio WESTERN CANADA Eastern DivlsEon W L T F A PIJ Brandon 5 2 1 52 33 11 ift Currenl 4 l 1 Jft 30 t kalrxm 4 1 1 29 12 1 Winnipeg 3 3 1 39 44 Hln flon 23 1 28 37 S Regina 1 5 1 72 36 3 We i Fern OJvIiTon Medicine Hal 3 2 11 i 3 0 36 23 10 Calgary 1 2 29 77 R West 3 4 3 32 34 X couvcr 3 1 M 34 Victoria 3 4 0 25 44 WORLD ASSOCIATION Division Yf L T F A Pli Cleveland S 1 0 13 U 10 N. England 2 ft 74 16 Quebec 3 2 0 28 1? A 3 3 0 4 New York 3 4 0 15 56 Philadelphia 0 J 0 19 33 0 Western Division Albfiria 4 1 0 II IB X Winnipeg 3 2 1 71 9 f Los Angelej 32 0 IB 11 f 3 3 0 15 17 Minnesota 1 1 10 32 S Chicago 1X07132 OC SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I W T L F A PH. Liverpool 9 3 2 !S H ft Arsenal 8 i 3 21 12 20 Chelsea 7 i 3 It IS la Leeds 743 24 17 1R Everloo 7 3 X IS 11 17 Norwich 7 3 4 17 19 Ir Division 11 Burnley 7 7 0 24 13 11 Queen's PR 7 6 I 30 >7 19 As Ion Villa S 3 S 16 11 1' W 7 4 4 23 70 Ifi LuNxi...... 734 21 17 17 Division Ml 10 1 t 14 tharlton 9 1 5 33 17 19 Port Vale 8 3 4 17 23 1? Bourrwmoulfi 4 4 3 It, IS 7 4 4 73. 13 18 Rochdale 6 AA 3 19 17 IB Dlvblon IV Wanid Id 11 3 1 n 14 2J Sourhpcrf 9 5 1 72 13 33, Lincoln 753 38 17 19 Altfershot 8 3 3 72 12 19 Cambridge- 3 4 34 70 19 WINTER CLEAT SNOW TIRES Available In All Sizes RADIAL BELTED 4 PLY POLYESTER ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 lit Av. South Phone 327-4886 ot 327-4445 IETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;