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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ IMl IETHBB1DG! HEKAID lofurdny. April I, 1771 ONE'ITSELF F1 YEARS! Koglcr scores winner for Bruins Tigers have Centennials on the ropes IIy Till: CANADIAN PHL'SS Calvary Centennials, the club thai dominaUxl (li u Wt'slern Canada Hockey League Miis sea- son, nre in a desperate to slay alive in Ihe league's quarLor-fimils. Centennials. loppi-il rogii lar-sc ason play wit h 101 points, have lost tltc first two gajucs or llioif quarter-final lo Medicine Hal Tigers. Tigers belted the Centenni- als -J-L in Medicine Hat Thurs- day nitfht nflcr winning (he opener -1-2 earlier in the work. Meanwhile, Brandon Wheat dumped Saskatoon Blades CM Thursday in Brajiclon to leave tliat quarter-1 inal sorter at 2-] in favcir of Saskatoon. K r i d a y. New Westminster Bruins handed Edmonton Oil Kings a 4-2 defeat in New West- minster. Edmonton [cads the sc- ries 2-1. Tho teams Involved In I he othcr quarter-final, I-'lin Flon Roping leader Canipanella i mproviiig X.V 'AT' -Rov (A-impaiiotb. Hall o( fame -alflicr of liw old Brooklyn a s reported con-sciouf nml alett today after a seizure ivliicli brought him to the inU'iistu1 mill of the Grasslands Hospilal. Tl-o r o a t. partly in an nitlnmouik1 act-Men1, ui v us tcfjortcd fitim pvilmonar.' enibo-li-sm, a clotlLiig ot the blood in the lung. "Rov C a m p a ne 1 1 a was broup'M to the hcspilal at p.m. Tlnirsday in an lm-roiistioiLs condition." Dr. B. (1. Dinin said today. "Immediate rcsnscilalion nioapurcs vcrc lakpn to revive him." Tlic- 50-year-old Campanula ___ "NO SA SiS2y? IN RM 1 eioBEtViTf tl 1 or WITH ,5 1 1 .73 TRADE FA SPE 12 VOU 50 VOLT 115 AMPS. QC WITH 36 Monlh Worronty 1 J TRADE 1? VOLT 70 AMPS itlfl 01 WITH JIS Mnnlfc Worrnnly 1 9 7 P TRADL 17 VOLI no AMPS An un- knoun cowboy bolicvwl Lo be from Oakdale, Calif., Buddy Gclor, showed how lo get the job done in the calf roping event at the Canadian Western Ilodco Friday niRhl. Gcler roped and lied his calf Ln one ot the fastest limes ever recorded at the Eoimonlon ro- deo, 10 and Iwo-tcnths seconds. The performance gave him the second-round lead in the event. All (hat's known about Gcter is thai, iic came onl of no- where alxnil Ihrcc vecks ago and placed fifth In cal[ roping at the Houston rodeo. Oulside of Ihe roping, Geter overtook Arnie Johnson ol j CuLbank, iMonl., for lir.sl place, Ihe leads in Ihe other four events didn't change hands. Richard of Wood Moun- i tain, Sask., still leads the sleci1 vilh a time of -i.6 seronds. Fred Larsen of Sheri- [rian, is secord at -t.7. i In Ihe bronr- riding, defend- ing rhampinn Rill Smitli I inf' Tryly. Wyo leads v x I of Hugh Chambliss of Alburquerque, iN'.M., slipped into a tie for second with Mel I Ilyland of Surrey, B.C. Cham- i bliss scored 76 Friday night. Roycc Smith is still top man j in Ihe bareback riding. The Challis, Idaho. has a i In. Allen Thorpe of Kdrnontnn Rusty nidrllp of Forl I nio'-cfl inl-o a -iirri nf Quinn. 'Ilinrpe ynd Hidrtlc FcorH 7-Is Friday night. Freddie Walker of Oycn, Alia., and Phil Lync of George West, Tex., the world's defend- ing all-round cowboy cham- pion, still .share the lead in bult riding with 72 scores. Mahan a IK! Bobby Bcrgcr of Norm fin, Okla 5pliUing tliird uilh 1iR Lop eight men with total scores in Ihe riding events and fastest limes in the limed events go into Ihe champion- i r- during the final minute of ship finals of the rcxleo tonight. period Two Ihinis of Uic more tlian in prize money arc al stake in Ihe finals, Bombers nnd Rcguia Pals have been idle since last Sunday and don't meet again itnlil Tuesday in Regina. Bombers lead Uic se- ries 1-0. One glimmer of hope for Ihe Conlennials is thnl Uieir next games will be played on home ice. A sellout crowd of -U70 walchr-d Tlnirsday as Stan Weir, Jeff Ablett, Lanny McDonald and Tom Lysiak scored for Uic Tigers. Marly Kissel's goal In the sec- ond period provided all the of- fensive that Uie favored Calgary chib could muster. Tlie game ended with fisls flying between tlie teams1 po- licemen. JJob (.1 assoft nnd Cal- g.iry's Bob Nyslrom. The had squared off earlier in Uic game. jVcxf game In tlie series Ls Sundny nighl In N e vv I he Bruins trailed 2-1 after the first period but moved into a 3-2 lead the Alex Koglor scored the wliile Edmonton was short- handed, Henning, Bernie BILL MCKNIGHT AUCTION SALE LOCATED 10 MiLES EAST, 1 MILES SOUTH V, MILE EAST OF MILK RIVER, AIDERTA TUESDAY, APRIL 4 1 P.M. COFFEE AND DONUTS SIGNS WIU BE POSTED 1 have hncn asked by Mr. Bill McKnigM lo offer at puhlk auction the goarti nnd mochineiy lilted bctow TERMS CASH FARM MACHINERY fl. Joint Deere center red wccdcrs, new; 1 16 ft. Graliam Holme cuhivcilor, heavy duly; 1 16' Maisey Harris Surflejt tiller; 1-Miller rod weeder altnchmenl; of diamond riorrow- TRACTORS AND TRUCKS 830 John Deere Iraclor, new rubber, dual hydraulics, worl-ed obokjl 7.000 hours, good point, gool condition; 1- lohn Deer- Model O r.nb. 1-1952 Chevrolet S ton 1-1 950 3 HARVESTING EQUIPMENT Cockshufl combine, U fool cul. good candifionj 1-8 fool Sund pkli-up; fl. IHC. pull type iwalncr MISCELLANEOUS AND SHOP EQUJPMENT ft. Mayrotri grain ougcr with B and S motor- 1-130 gal. fuel lank lo [it in pickup; gal. fuel lonk; 9-45 fjal. barrels; field sprayer [ill in pick-up truck; 1-200 gal. lank; 1-20 gal. propane tnnk; IB.4 by tractor lire; 1 John Dec-re Hydraulic rani; 1-hcol housar for John Deere 830; I-old Oelco olr; 1 I1; Ion chain I gov l-old leol st l-o 1-propnnr I, irlpr.. and 1-buflel, niachine; 1 nd matlresi. and ind HQU5EHQIP 1 >ln 1 propone hnalor choir; 1 choiri, all jiie; real old, in very good i drcsierj 2 with sp SAU CONDUCTED BY BOB LAACKMANN licence No. 010457 Phono 647-2141 BOX 18, MILK RIVER Owner, BILL MCKNIGHT 327-8627 Lukowicli nnd Ron Kennedy scomi (lie others. Tom Bhulon and Tony SnliLti scored for tile Oil Kings. Larry Ilendrick kicked oul 37 shots for Edmonton wliile Terry Hicliarclion handled M for New Westminster. The fourth game In Ihe series win be played Sunday in New Westminster. Brimdon's win over Snskatoorv the lejitn's firsl playoff vic- tory Ln three years. Robbie Neale scored times for the Ulioat Kings whits Rub Murdoch, Dwayne Pent- land, Mike Ford, Wayne Cox- worlh, Ron Chippcrfield and niek Blight sliared llio otlicrs. IRVIN COOVER AUCTEON SALE Localcd 3 miles east, on tlie Iwo mile road. of COUnS, ALBERTA Sigm will he posted WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1972 SALE STARTS 11 A.M. IUNCH AVAItABLE TERMS CASH on all trucks and machinery and 15% cash on I he Combine and 5 wa flier with full payment on or be- fore August 15lh, 1973. All paymenli musl be madn in full before ony goods are remvoed from I he properly. I have received orders from Mr. Irvjn Coover to offer Bt public auction machinery and goods listed below. FARM MACHINERY 1-14 (I. model 24A Cockshull cultivalo-; ff. Graham lloeme cullivalor (hand 1 -JO ll. model 4BO IHC disk (like nuw, very lillle 1 21 ft. Noble blade wilh winch, marker and heavy duly slandardsj 1 24 it, Edwards rod with rowj ol cullivaloj- ilioveh; 1- ?7 Co-op winkle harrow (craiy harrowl; 1 15 fl. John surflex tiller; 1-12 fl. IHC hoe drill (10 mch 1 1) fl. Noble blade; 2 12 ft. John rod (end HARVESTING EQUIPMENT 1-New Holland 9EO combine willi 16 ft plalfarm, hy- droulic reel, cab, Hess ion I'raw chopper, go? moior, hot onty done 1800 acres, ready for the (fold, like new condition; 1-20 ft. Vrrsotile swalhcr with double swnth plalforrn, Wis- consin oir caolrd mnfor, nnw canvas, cul very liltle; 41 ft. Muyram auger with 9 h.p. Wisconsin molor, new lube end auger; 1--41 fl. Sgkundiak 8 in_ augtr, like ncwr 2 8 ll. Sund pick-ups; fl. McCoy fieri pick-up; fi. Casa pick-ups, older models. TRUCKS 1-1968 IHC 3 Ion LoaoMar IrucV slr-1, 15 fl. grnfn box, hoist, miles; 1-19.S4 Mercury 2 1on Iruck, steel box and winch; 1 1936 Ford two Ion Ford two ton I ruck wilh grain box and hoisl, running cond.j 1-1945 Dcdgp Iwo Ion truck wilh a 2 compartment Fuel tank [500 siorngp box the bcick, one PTO fuel pump, one efecric fuel pump, I ruck in running cond, MIS. EQUIPMENT 1-16 ft. steel stone 2-hydroulic rams; wheef- OCLTR Iractar; 1- hydraulic drill filler; ft. wend sprayer mounted on a Cockiliult of nuts and boltn sanp iron, ell kind--, 1 Chnrlyn hydraulic pump, PTO mounlpH; loa Fuel pijmp; ol wruh inq mnchin" tub1-. AUCTIONEERS NOTC. [lierr nrg v.ry frw misccllunroui ilemi icll ol rliis solo 10 we will be iloHing to lell thn largar ilerm of machinery loon afler the sole slarls. Tha lale model machinery that is listed ii some of ihe bos I to be offered al auction this spring. May I urgo nnyono needing rnaehin' cry Jo atlend thii sale. SAIE CONDUCTED DY BOB LAACKMANN Lie. Phone 647-2141 MILK RIVER Owner, IRVIN COOVER Phone COUTT5 j i' v S BV 6 WEEKLY MIA1 lOlui MARCH 6 AUGUST 28 WEEKLY GRAND PRIZE OF inn OTHER WF.LKI.Y 01 26 PRIZES TOTAL AVAILABLE FROM SERVICE CLUBS AND CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Use this handy mail order coupon. fie iure lo print clearly. Please Not A Mom De Plume'. Your tickei will bo rnailad to you promptly. P.O. FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE 7-4 2900 CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P fo) Telephone IP.CREASf YOUR CliANCIS OF XIL S- ON THE 12th RUNNING OF THE CALGARY STAMPEDE FUTURITY STAKES SEPTEMBER 1Gr 1972 AT VICTORIA PARK, CALGARY YOU COLI.D ALSO WIN AMY OF THE FOLLOWING PRIZES: .SECOIiD PRIZE IOUR1H PRIZE V.500 THIRD PRIZL J12.500 FIFTH PRIZE S1XIH TO TWENTY-FinH TICKET HOLDERS WILL DIVIDE CASH PRIZES OF JIQO EACH FiWAL DRAW SEPTEfviBER ;