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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHMUDOE HHAID Friday, Oclob.r 30, 1 IIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER Mohammad Ali, wailing to tape a show in New York Thursday, makes faces at his two-yea ar old daughter Maryum, who responds with delight. Kings Host Ponoka Twice Rustlers Pull Even Lethbridge Sugar Kings' lone occupancy of first place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League was short-lived. Thursday evening Red Deer Rustlers moved into a first place He with Kings by downing Ed- monton Maple Leafs 8-4 before a gathering of 500 at Hed Beer. The win gives the Rustlers 15 points, Hie same as the Kings. Calgary Mount Royal Cougars i are one point back in second place. Sugar Kings have a chance to regain sole possession of top spot in the six-team league this weekend as they play host to Ponoka Stampeders twice. The two clubs will meet Saturday at and again Sunday after- noon at two. Both games are set for the Arena. A swtsp for the Kings, who have Won both games from the Bowling Scores CLENDALE BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS Francis Wright 328 Sam Gir- ardl Bob Coslanzo 333 Robin Wheeldon 267 Bernia Bailey 323 John Scattergocd 271 Mike Tobo 297 Orest Yur- chak 272 Wimp Nakamura 323 Sfeve Pedersen 307 B AND E HARDWARE Barb Scattergood 302 Eva Diemuth 250 Ev Sproule 242; Judy Close 228; Betty Martin 2J2; Ber- nice Hay 227; John Scattergood Jnr. 269 Steve Gangur 275; Bob Del- muth 257; Frank Simons 255; Gerry Anderson 233; wait Combez 231. HIGA'S Pat Jarvie 386 May Kolesar 299 Marg Michalenko 23fi; Jose- phlne Ohara 272; kae Mann 255; Ann Wolstoncroft 250; Elenor Stephens 281; Dianne Violin! 257; Grace Franz 262j Jenny Feher 245. C.H.E.C. Francis Wright 2S9 AI Boyd 274; Eldon Westilng 229; Art Bodie 244; Earl Logan 235; Jim Berry 241; Bob Holmes 271; Walter Currie 253; Elaino Wright 239; Jean Christie 238; Sandra Russell 248; Sandra Westilng 243. COLONEL SANDERS Bea Salmon 294 Betty Pater- son 267 Dot Anderson 347 (7351; Dena Smith 278 Sandy Scatter- good 277 Gladys Berglund 275; Peggy Forry 252 Bunny Ander- son 255; Mary Morcom 259; Ricky De- Groot 241; Pat Beattie 243; Flo Bales WILSON JNR. HIGH Jim Chymboryk 2B8; selma Njshl- ..iura 206; Janet Clifton 237; Alan Thomson 191; Adella Bessellng 197; Laura Trent 194; Arlene Hing 196; Wendy Sera 17i. CAPRI BOWL JUNIOR'S Jo Oickout 293; Mert Qually 252 Frances Harris 260; Shirley Turnt 258 Lela Ober 251; Jessie Ma Donald 247; Louise Fultan 249; Marg Malcomson 233; Helen Ludwig 225 Helen Deal 223; Nina Sindlinger 223. HOOF AND HORN Ed Prince 313 Ron Miller 250 Henry Kazala 239; Jean Passey 237 Mary Thomson 235; Dave Carlson 251 Andy Atkinson 234; Grace Brownfiel 223; Bev Jarvis 223; Chas 241; Jim Arthur 239. GORDIE'S Gary Tunbridge 333 Abe Enn 300 Tak Katakami 351 (7891 Ken Larson 306 Norm Hauge 292 Sam Girardi 285 (814) Frank Baceda 286; Ken Malcomso 277 Cecil Murakami 271; Sti "angur 26? Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Your Headquarters For: Imperial Oil Products Fishing Licences Stereo Tapes Garden Supplies Campfire Equipment Fishing Supplies Bar-B-Q Supplies For your convenience headquarters for- HUNTING LICENCES and AMMUNITION We Now Fill Propane Bottles MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-1046 Licensed Mechanic On Duly from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. defending league pennant win I ners this year, would give th locals first place all to them selves as the Rustlers an Cougars are only scheduled fo one game each this weekend. Kings will travel to Calgary Tuesday to tangle with the Cou gars. Meanwhile Rustlers fell be hind 2-0 early in the first pe- riod, tied the match but Maple Leafs went ahead with a goa at the end of the first period Rustlers then scored four un answered goals in the secbnc period and added two more in the third. Brian Ogilvie and Mickey Cirard led the Rustlers with two goals each. Dave Andre1 kiw, Terry Wedderburn, Wayne S a v i 11 and Doug Stumpi scored single goals. Craig Styles scored twice for the Maple Leafs while Dale Bowler and Wayne Paulson completed the Leafs scoring. There were 21 penalties, 12 to Red Deer, including game mis- conducst to Rick Nurnden of the Leafs and Wynn Dempster of Hed Deer. Dale Kenwood, In the Red Deer Nets, stopped 26 shots while Larry Hendricks stopped 19 in two periods and Rene Alain stopped 10 in UIG third for the Leafs. Locals Host Harlem Club It will be fun and entertain- ment at the Civic Centre to- night at eight o'clock. The touring Harlem Stars will >ay a visit and will take on the City Men's Basket- ball League All Stars in an exhibition hoop encounter. A fun filled evening of en- :ertainment accompanies these clowns of the court. Football Title On The Line Tonisht Cougars, Rams Ready For Championship The stage is set, the script lias been written for some time. Tonight at eight o'clock at Henderson Park the Catholic Central Cougars will place their Southern Alberta High School Football League championship on the line against their arch rivals, the Lethbridge Col- legiate Rams. Cougars and Rams have met on stage before. White the Rams have emerged with the lions share of the spoils it would seem the Cougars have an ex- cellent chance of whining their second straight title. Rams have never lost two league titles in a row but are the underdogs heading into to- night's showdown. -By Pat Sullivan SULLY SAYS COULDN'T believe my ears Wednesday, and so I made some inquiries and found out that my hearing is excellent. Let me explain. The words Wetaskiw'in, and snowmobiles went racing through my head. In addition, I was cer- tain I had heard Shriners. So, putting two and two together I had the answer, I thought. Let's see. If it has to do with Shriners it is for a worthy cause. So it was a simple deduction to figure out that the Shriners were raffling off a number of snowmobiles in Wetaskiwin and hoped to raise I congratulated myself on my quick deduction of what I had half heard. Boy, was I wrong. I had all the facts right, but the plot was in complete disorder. The is prize money for snowmobile races to be held in Wetaskiwin under the banner of the North-Am International Snowmobile Race committee Feb. 5, 6 and 7, 1971. It just doesn't seem feasible that what has al- ways appeared to me to be a recreation, snowmobiling, should be turned into a major race event for such a chunk of money. However, the Shriners, who hope to raise some from the event, think it is worthwhile. That should be enough for most anyone. I wonder if anyone is willing to lend me a snow- mobile for the first weekend in February? Cougars won (lie league pen- nant with a 3-1 record but must Expos Looking For Infielders MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Expos may have to look face the second place Rams in! w'thin their own organization ii a sudden death playoff for they hope to gain infield .It just donned on me that to dale I have yet to make any fearless predictions on any subject for some time. Rather than remain silent and take the coward's way out here goes nothing, or maybe something, I'm due to be right for a change. Calgary Stampeders will sideline Edmonton Eski- mos in the Western Conference semi-final. It also says here the victory will be a decisive one. The Eskimo defence, like garlic as a means of birth control, can't last forever. Heading into the showdown with the Stampeders, the Esks' defence will have been on 16 front-line missions. There has to be some cracks in the dam. I feel sure the Stampeders will find such and take advantage of them. I would like nothing better than to predict a Grey Cup berth for the Stamps. I meet a lot of their never-say-die faithful in my travels and would like to give them something to go on. At present I have noth- ing concrete but that doesn't say all hope is lost. Never. At the time of writing the Saskatchewan Rough- riders, awaiting the Calgary Edmonton winner, were 13-2 with a crack at 14-2. They have to be the favor- ites, even 1 will admit that. However, I remember a 30-0 thumping the Roughies took at the hands of the Stampeaers early in the year. It proved the Riders can be beaten. It has been said and written time and again that .he Stampeders are the most inconcistent club in the CFL. This would be an ideal time to become consis- ,ent. The Southern Alberta High School Football League championship game goes tonight at Henderson Park at eight o'clock with the LCI Rams and Catholic Central Cougars doing battle. Cougars won the league pennant but must play he Rams because they suffered a loss during the pear. I'm not saying Cougars should be given the title mtright because they finished first but why should nily the Rams be given a chance at the title? Rams, during the regular season, were beaten wice by the Cougars but beat and then tied Winston "hurchill, eliminating the Bulldogs. Churchill, how- ver, stopped the Cougars but don't get a chance at he crown. It says here that if the Cougars, who already howed their supremacy in the league, have to play ff then there should also be a playoff between the tarns and Bulldogs for the right to challenge for the ihampionship. It would have been an ideal situation his year. Bulldogs stopped the Cougars, Rams best- d the Bulldogs and Cougars upended the Rams. You ell me there wouldn't be any interest in a semi-final hbwdown. MARCEL'S CIGAR STORE HAS BEEN SOLD and will be CLOSED All Day Saturday, October 31st for stock taking! RE-OPENING UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL 'NOVEMBER 1st! Aaron Takes Sahara Lead LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Tommy Aaron, in a rut since winning the Atlanta Classic ear- lier this year, shot a 64 Thurs- day in the opening round of the Sahara invitational golf tournament. "I think I'm starting to play a little the 33-year-old Aaron said after tearing to shreds the par Para- dise Valley Country Club course, ripping out nine birdies in his round. The 64 was good for a two- stroke lead over Don January and Joe Carr. They carded their 66s on the Sahara Nevada course, another par !ayout. Both courses are being jsed for the first two rounds with the players switching courses each day. The final two will be played on the Pwadiso Valley course. the T. Eaton Co. trophy be- cause their season record suf- fered a blemish. Cougars were beaten by Winston Churchill Bulldogs in the second game of the season. The league rules state that a team, in order to evade a playoff, must go through the season unbeaten or untied. For the Rams, the ruling gives them new life, a needed second wind. Hams met Cou- gars twice during the season and met with no success. How- ever, when the chips were down they came up with the; needed effort in defeating and tying the Bulldogs to earn a crack at he silverware. The defending champion Cou- gars, who besides the Rams are the only team to win the south- ern league title, have the mo- mentum going for them. They scored more poins, 69, than any other team in the league and allowed the fewest, 46. Quarterback Terry Royer fin- ished second in the league in passing derby completing 15 of 37 attempts for 282 yards. Rod BoUinger, a standout with the Bulldogs, was the leading pass- er this past year with 17 comple- tions in 29 tries for 302 yards. Doug Howes of the Rams at- tempted only 11 passes com- pleting four for 50 yards. TOP BUSKERS The Cougars boast the num- ber one and two rushers in the league in their backfield. John Kostiuk had an out- standing regi''ar season with 628 yards on ,i carries, an av- erage of 8.6 yards a cany. Ed Krajewski, Kostiuk's running mate, earned 360 yards in 60 carries. Ken Nakama of the Bulldogs finished third with 319 yards on 49 curries for an av- erage, of 6.5 slightly better than Krajewski's 6.1. Terry Korth was the Rams top rusher with 293 yards on 47 carries for a healthy 7.4 yard average per carry. Nathan Schoepp added 172 yards for the Rams. In other statistics at the close of the regular schedule Kostiuk was the top scorer with 36 points made up of six touchdowns. Bol- Enger was second with" 22 points but led the league in punting with an outstanding 43.9 aver- age. He kicked 26 times for yards. Brian Fellows of the Rams managed a 38 yard average as he amassed 603 yards on 16 punts. The stage is indeed set. Cou- gars, under Dean Dahl are champing at the bit for a sec- ond straight title. The Rams, with Jim Whitelaw at the reins, will do their best to keep their record clear of successive set- backs. strength for the 1971 their third in baseball's Na- tional League. General manager Jim Fan- ning, fresh from major league baseball's meeting of general managers at Orlando, Fla., said Thursday there appears "to be a dearth of good backup infielders" available for trade by the Dec. 15 inter-league trade deadline. The Expos specifically would like a shortstop to spell regular Bobby Wine, 32, who appeared in 159 games last season. Wine, 32, appeared fully re- covered from an operation for a ruptured disc in his spine performed in 1968. However, the club would like to give Wine a rest from tune to time. INFIELDERS SCARCE Fanning said the Expos, with catchers John Bateman, John Boccabella and Ron Brand, a Lup ummituiiicui, HUW working on the last year of z peared to have come along contract he signed in that department atid Boston Bruins in August have outfielders in put duos cnai nave oacKup lawyer said negotiations neiaers want to nang the new contract started with tnem. He said every major Bruins about six months club appears to be seeking When asked why negotia other starting pitcher." Brand, who worked more would start so early, Ea gleson said: a utility infielder last wanted to get Mm than a catcher, left for a longer-term contract Angeles Thursday 'to take a we're perfectly willing to go in his faiher-in-law's with that." ering business. He had predicted by the unable to obtain off-season Orr finishes the five-year ployment he will be a millionaire. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES One of the first of the Expos to take up residence in Mont- real two years ago, Brand, Mormon, was unable to accept public relations positions with a distillery or a brewery here be- cause his religion forbids tin use of alcohol and tobacco. Long-Term Contract In Store For Orr TORONTO (CP) A year contract that will five- help make Bobby Orr a millionaire will be ready for his signature within the next month or two, lawyer Alan E a g 1 e s 0 n said Thursday. Orr, National Hockey NATIONAL LEAGUB East Division W L T F A 6 1 1 24 11 1 35 23 5 3 5 3 2 3 5 Division 5 2 1 1 1 34 20 11 2 27 33 1 25 3d 1 12 30 22 24 Los Ang'eles Minnesota Pittsburgh ALBERTA JUNIOR 0 25 21 0 15 14 3 IS 14 2 14 33 Lethbrldgt Red Deer Calgary, Edm. Leafs Edm. Mover! Ponoka W L T F A Pis 6 1 3 60 29 15 .81 2 2 49 42 14 1 27 50 1 29 59 0 20 38 AMERICAN LEAGUE JOINS MID WEST MOBILE HOMES SALES STAFF Springfield T F A 32 27 0 23 20 0 25 30 0 21 33 Baltimore Hershey Cleveland Rochester West Division 1 0 2? 15 15 19 26 7 23 21 6 NHL LEADERS C A Pis Pirn 7 8 15 10 Esposltc, Bos. Cournoyer, Mil McKenzie, Bos, Hodge, Bos. Bellveau, Mtl 2 Martin, Chi........ 2 Maki, Vcr Howe. Del..... Cashman, Bcs. Delvecchio, Del 54 Boudrlas, Vcr....... 45 R. Hull, Cti! 3 A Bordeleau, StL 3 6 HOCKEY SCORES National Detroit 5 Boston 3 Philadelphia 3 Los Angeles 1 American Quebec Springfield 3 Eastern Syracuse 6 New Haven J ,cng Island 4 Clinton 3 Nashville 4 Salem 0 central Kansas City 3 Fort Worm 0 Albsrta Senior Edmonton 2 Calgary 0 Alberta Red Deer 8 Edmonton Leafs 4 Ontario Junior 'eterborough 5 Kilchener 3 Western Canada Estevan, 3 Current 2 RO BASKETBALL NBA New York 114 San Diego 107 ABA Utah 114 New York 105 KARL WILDE Mr. Fred Keiver, manager of Mid West Mobile Homes Is pleased to announce that Mr. Karl Wilde hai joined Mid West Mobile Home sqlcs staff. Karl is wull known in south- ern Alberta having owned his own implement and automobile business in Raymond and Card- ston. Karl, who now resides in Lethbridgc. welcomes his many Friends and former acquaintances to visit him and lot him inlro duce you to the fascinaiinfl world of mobilo hume living. The "BOSS" (TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER) Best of the New Breed of High Traction Winter Tires. Kelly-Springfield's finest glen belled Polyester Cord Tire .with top winter fraction and for more mileage than our best continental winter tire. ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 403 lif South Phone 3274986 or 317-444! ;