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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 39, THE liTHBRIDOE HERALD 13 IN DEFENCE OF THE NET John left, and Arnott Thompson will be in the role of spikers Saturday as the University of Lethbridge meets Calgary Premiers and the University of Calgary in a volleyball round-robin event at the Civic Centre. The locals will play the U of C at noon followed by the Premiers and U of C at two o'clock and the Premiers and the host club at four. Forming the back wall of defence for the U of L will be, from the left. Ken Gregus, Derald Fretts, Frank Merkl and Art Bareham. The U of L will once again take part in the Alberta Senior Volleyball League. Saturday'! action will be the only home action of the season for the locals. Could make difference in showdown with Larks Rough Riders' Organ plays sweet song By STUART LAKE Canadian Press Staff Writer against and gave up to the other I The injury picture appears two. I much darker in Montreal. r> t tvj j'j The scramble for playoff posi-! Quarterback Jim Chasey has Ottawa Rough Riders didn t tians end abruptly Satur- an arm in a cast and is out for j know Gerry Organ existed until L, uay willl a iviunutjai me uie ivaut: naa d they were tipped to mm by 0-ar- Rjdcrs De out and the Als bad shoulder injury but is ney Henley, veteran Hamilton anfl to start. Tiger-Cat defensive all we want, a he falters, the Als are ex- "He came to camp do it says to have Jim Leclair in aided, he caught passes, Jack Gotta, whose Wings. He once played for great patterns, kicked counted out early in Beavers ol the old goals, sometimes stole the show from the stars, all this But the addition of former League after a brief fling with New York Giants of with a big urge to play Eskimo fullback U.S. National League. says the Ottawa and Rick Cassata the Alouette place- guide of the Guelph No. 1 has a bad limp and graduate. Organ won the Rider the Ottawa offence 1 life with a Gene Ceppetelli is also on the limp. job from MacMillan, now a Toronto Argonaut, mostly on Riders go into Saturday' game with only two because of the importance of the game, all Montreal ability as a wide Defensive with the exception of MacMillan warms the Ardern has a are expected to play. when he is not trying for and offensive of people play this verts or field goals. The Riders will be looking Braggins has a dislocatec left elbow. The feeling is hurting every remarked Montreal coach Sam another big performance "I did it myself Organ Saturday against real Alouettes. They must I played. Hamilton's pride is the big- Montreal to get into the Football Conference Organ also will be gunning for the individual scoring AND GIRLS' onship of the East. He now has 73 points, 12 more than Hamilton's Tommy-Joe Coffey and 13 more than Montreal's Justin Can VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -Bob Dickson held the first-fount ead Thursday as golf's touring >ros battled through the EXCHANGE weather conditions SEASON in the first round of In the other weekend game that marks the end of the Sahara Invitational. Dickson, a former lar EFC schedule, Hamilton British amateur at his first pro title Hamilton, Montreal and emerged the leader with tawa are in contention for four-under-par 68 last two playoff spots. Parade and Toronto wins would Club the Riders, the Alouettes Trevino, emerging from the Ticats tied behind that has plagued league champion his sweep of the Used Skates Are If that happened, the tie would be broken by the Canadian and British Open itles three months ago, SHARPENED SHINED of points each team in second with a NEW LACES SANITIZED 1 1 Lethbridge Sash and Door APPROX km PRODUCTS BY COOPER AND WE Will TAKE YOUR DID SERVICES EQUIPMENT ON TRADE ma m v m WINDSHIELDS HOCKEY if INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS I PLEXIGLAS. if MIRRORS GLASS ALL TYPES for all sizes. if ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS 3.95 f) JQ ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS if ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS gest casualty as the Ticats pre- pare to meet the Argos. The hometown papers have been roasting the club since last weekend when Hamilton failed to take advantage of a succes- sion of Ottawa errors and wound up on the wrong end of a 40-16 score. Argo coach Leo Cahill says his club will go all out despite Toronto having first place locked up. Another sellout is expected at the Toronto park which would mean there hasn't been an empty seat for an Argo home game all season. McDonald scores twice as Tigers post victory By THE CANADIAN PRESS Brandon Wheat Kings moved Into a tie with Flin Flon Bomb- ers for first place in the east- ern division of the Western Canada Hockey League Thurs- day night with a 7-2 victory over the Bombers in Brandon. In the western division, New Westminster Bruins edged Ed- monton Oil Kings 7-6 in a sud- den-death overtime in New Westminster to take a share of second place with the Kings, while Medicine Hat Tigers de- feated Victoria Cougars 5-3 in Medicine Hat. The Brandon victory gave the Wheat Kings a record of five wins and one loss, while Flin Flon has a 5-7 record. Movers, Cougars earn victories EDMONTON (CP) Jim Miller's shot at the 11-seconc mark of overtime gave Edmon- ton Movers a 5-4 win over Ed- nonton Maple Leafs in an Al- berta Junior Hockey League game Thursday night. Movers led 1-0 at the end of the first period on Terry Ewa- Willis Reed not happy with play By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "I'm not discouraged aid Willis Reed, "but I some- times get to the point where I (vender if it's worth it." The New York Knicks' star centre appeared to be consider- ng a premature retirement rom basketball Thursday night. Bothered by an increasingly sinful right knee, he has con- tributed much less than 100 per ent tins year to the Knicfcs' etaway in the National Basket- all Association. And Thursday night was no xception. Reed played 30 min- tes but scored only three oints and had six rebounds as Jew York defused Houston lockets 112-94. In the night's only other NBA rnie, Seattle SuperSonics hipped Buffalo Braves 106-98. sink's goal and 3-1 at the end of two periods. Bob Simpson got the lone second-stanza goal for the Leafs and Pete Skrabyk got both goals for the Movers. Daryl Zelinski made it 3-2 early in the third, but Movers' Don Therrien netted one just 30 seconds later. Then Les Drewicki and Bill Kidd tied it up for the Leafs to end regula- tion time 4-4. Movers outshot Maple Leafs 40-30 and took six of 13 minor penalties. About 500 fans attended. Meanwhile in Calgary, paced by a three goal performance by Bob Murray, Calgary Cou- Brandon got two goals from Robbie Neale and singles from Dale Cook, Dwayne Pentland, Neil Melnyk, Brian Coales and Barry Chernos. Scoring for the Bombers were Ron Andruff and Del lannone. In New Westminster, Bernie Lukowich scored after 54 sec- onds of overtime on the only shot of (he extra session to give the Bruins the 7-4; win and a record of five wins and four losses, compared with Edmon- ton's five wins and three losses. Randy Smith had scored for tile Oil Kings with six seconds left in regulation time to force the overtime session in the game which featured a lengthy brawl in the second period af- ter Les Jackson of New West- minster and Fred Cromie of Edmonton squared off. The battle looked like it was finished several times only to have fisticuffs break out again. When it was over, nine game misconducts were handed out. Edmonton lost leading scorer Don Kozak, second-high scorer Darcy Rota, Phil Russell, John Rodgers and goaltender Larry Hendrick. New Westminster game misconducts went to Bob Bilodeau, Don Martineau, Jack- son, and Bob Craig. Edmonton was leading 4-1 when the fighting began, but the Bruins were stronger for game, _ the remainder of the gars drubbed Drumheller Fal- j outshooting the Oil Kings 51-35. cons 9-1 Thursday night to move into first place in the league with their sixth win. Cougars also got two from Jim Cratt and singles from Tom Bald, Doug Blaney, Bill Fraser and Rick Alexan- der. Alexander also got three assists, giving him a four-point night. Cougar goalie Gary Graham lost his shutout bid just 20 sec- onds into the third period wncn "Jrant Tusnley Lifted the puck Lukowich had two goals for New Westminster as did Frank Hyndman. Singles went to Vic Mercredi, Emile Demoissac and Gord Henschke. Kozak got two for Edmonton and Terry Smith, Tom Bladen, Curtis Shokoples and Randy Smith picked up the others. The win in Medicine Hat was the Tigers' third of the season, against six losses, and moved them into a last-place tie with Victoria (3-8) and Vancouvar past him for the Falcons only j Centennials ally. Period scores were 4-0! Lanny McDonald and Jeff d j Atlett scored two goals each Calgary had peppered Drum- for Medicine Hat and Derrick leller goalies Gord Kitsul and Kuntz got one. Len Chalmers Ross Frisken with 50 shots. Tim Struch and David George Calgary took eight of 14 replied for the Cougars. Vic- minor penalties. I toria outshot the winners 40-30. MOVING TOMORROW MOVING TOMORROW MOVING TOMORROW I ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE if BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS if HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD LUMBER if PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE BERT MAC'S CYCLE ITD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3221 Op.n Thuri. S Frl. Till 9 p.m. "Strvlng South Alborta for over 30 yoari." 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