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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, April 5, 1973 Says so in B.C. Supreme Court Wirtz owns part of Canucks VANCOUVER (CP; wii- jiniii Wirtz, president of Chi- cago Black Hawks of the Na- tional Hockey League, told a British Columbia Supreme Court jury Wednesday that he now per cent of the shares of a company that in turn owns the Vancouver Ca- nucks franchise. Mr. Wirtz, who is also chair- Scallen, president of Northwest Sports, which ov.-ns the Ca- nucks. Scallen is charged with theft by conversion of million man of the league's financial I and issuing a false prospectus. and expansion committees, was testifying at the trial of Tom Minneapolis-based Medical to Scallen is also president of City cluimps St. Mary's won the Lethbridge Elementary School "B" basketball title recently. The winners are, front left to right, Mark Lizzi, Joseph Thorn, Warren Keith, Tim Rohovie, Pat DeJourdan and coach Robert Thorn. Back, left to right, Allen Melling Leslie Krushel, Wil- liam Paksi, Paul Landry, Glen Viney and Billy Papp. Missing was Richard Burla. Not interested, don't have time Augusta's Harlem apathetic AUGUSTA. Ga. (AP) The Masters sends an electric im- pulse throughout the world of golf, but hardly creates a flut- ter a few blocks Au- gusta's Harlem. "Ain't got much interest in said Samuel Holloman, 81, barely looking up from the patchwork quilt he was sewing on the front porch of his dilapi- dated shack. "Don't have time." added Robert Willie, 67. who said the closest he ever got a to a golfer was in the lobby of a hotel where he once worked. The black community of this Georgia town of refuses :o get involved in the con- xoversy over whether a black .should tea up a ball in perhaps best-organized and most re- nowned of all tournaments. Sitting on their rickety por- :hes and lounging on the street ;orners of the predominantly alack north end of town, they cck tired and disinterested. Most of them know golf's great and near-great are gath- ering at the Augusta National rourse a couple of miles away :or today's first round of play, but few" of them care. Ask them what they think of Clifford Roberts, the man the Masters and you nor- mally get a blank stare. "Mr. Who? No. sir. don't know him." Even the name of Lee Elder, a black golfer, fails to strike a chord. Those who lave read or heard of the charges of Masters dis- crimination generally decline to comment. But one woman, standing on a street corner with an arm full of groceries, said: "Let him qualify, like every- body else. He don't want some- thing for nothing. We don't want something ibr nothing." Augusta found itself the centre of political attention a couple of weeks ago when IB congressmen led by Herman Badillo of New York, urged Roberts to lower his restrictions and admit Elder, one of the leading black pros on the tour. Roberts declined, saying it would be "discrimination in re- verse" if he changed the rules to accommodate one black man. The Masters, say the blacks in near-unison, is a "white folks' show." They want no part of it. Minor hockey The Falcons scored five goals in the second period and cruised to a 5-1 win over the Tigers. Greg McKean, Kevin Hamil- ton, Terry Hamilton, Scott Hamilton and Jim Riedlubulher scored for the Falcons while David Woodcock tallied for the Tigers. The Vikings scored an im- pressive 3-0 shuiout in another Pee Wee tilt. Mike Miller scored twice and Ken Romaniuk once to help net- minder Troy Dickson register the shutout. In Midget play. Rod Olshas- ki scored three times and car- ried the North Stars to a 4-1 victory over the Nationals. Barry Peterson chipped in with a single in the win while Craig Brown tallied for the Na- tionals. The Nuggets rammed in two goals in each of the last two DUNLOP FORD Rent-a-Truck MEMBER FORD PENTA CAR SYSTEM periods and skated to a 41 vic- tory over the Kings in Bantam playoff action Tuesday night. Ken Lang featured in all the Nugget's goal as he scored three times and assisted on Randy Charlesworth's solo marker. Robbie Sudiekat replied ibr the Kings who held a 1-0 first period lead. The Canadians rifled in five goals in the third period and posted a 5-2 comeback win over the Maroons in the opening game of the Bantam "A" final playoff series last night. Glen Greve notched a pair of goals in the hard fought decision while singles came off the sticks of Don Burla, Kevin Jocham and Lloyd Krikke. Mike Gerbav and Peter Braak tallied for the Maroons who held a 1-0 lead after two per- iods of play. The Canadians now hold a one-game lead in the best-of- thrce series. Mark Srucs and Rick Leitch fired in a pair ot goals and ted the Bears to a 6-4 victory over the Penguins in Pea Wee play- off action Wednesday night. Rod Tomiia and Brent Lang scored singles in the win while Allan Duval. Randy Vanee, Cam Jarvic and Gordon Pen- replied for the losers. Rocky Terry scored a hat- irick in the second period and teammate Gordon Tait tallied twice as they led the Blaes lo a 5-2 decision over the Totems. M. Haughtoa sad S. Parenteau notched single markers for the Totems who led !MJ after (he first period. vestment Corp. Ltd. (Medicor) which controls Northwest Sports through a 60-per-cent stock holding. Mr. Wirtz was asked by Crown prosecutor Ray Paris if hfi is the largest single share- holder in Medicor and he re- plied, "I don't know for sure." The Black Hawks president then confirmed he holds shares in Medicor and that this represents about 30 per cent of the Medicor stock. The jury had been told earlier that Scallen holds only 10 per cent of the Medicor stock. Mr. Wirtz said he represents the Black Hawks on the NHL board of governors. His father, Walter, is chairman of the board of the Chicago hockey club. NO PLACE TO PLAY His testimony followed that of league President Clarence Campbell, who told the jury that Vancouver failed to get a franchise in its first attempt in 1966 because there was no place for the team to play and no evi- dence of financial capability. Mr. Campbell said no appli- cation was made by Vancouver in the next league expansion. Scallen entered the picture and arrangements with him were made. At the end of Ms evidence, Mr. Campbell was asked by Mr. Paris: "Is it true you are con- cerned about the public image of the "I always have been, not only n o replied the league president. In earlier evidence, Scallen testified that several key mem- bers of the board of governors indicated they could be called on for help when Medicor was awarded the Vancouver fran- chise. He said he felt he had the al- ternatives of going to members of the NHL board of governors or to the Wirtz family if he j needed help in repaying the million loan to Medicor from the Walter Haller Co. in cago. Earlier in the trial, the jury was told the loan was due Dec. 16, 1970, about a week after the closing of an underwriting in Northwest Sports which had raised more than million. Scallen said he decided a few days after the Northwest Sports underwriting was ctosed to transter the proceeds first to a Medicor subsidiary in San Francisco and then to Chicago to pay off the Heller loan. He said a memorandum from a Medicor employee to him in the summer of 1970 was "wrong when it said that Canadian funds were the only source of revenue which could repay the Heller loan. Scallen said the employee did not know that the American Na- tional Bank of St. Paul had in- dicated to him it would arrange further financing. Nor did the employee know, he said, of his friendship with the Wirtz family cr of the possibility of help from members of the NHL beard of governors, who were aware of financial re- Lyman Walters, vice-presi- dent of both Medicor and North- west Sports, was cleared earlier on the charge of publishing a false prospectus. The trial continues. Economy Cars Pinto Q Maverick Torino SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES Magnussen honored j VANCOUVER (CP) Karen j Magnussen, the best female fig- ure skater in the world, cele- brated her 21st birthday Wednesday night by giving and receiving. A turn-away crowd of 16.336 paid a dollar a head to take part in an Honor Karen pro- gram at the Pacific Coliseum, with the world figure skating champion skating a 13-minute routine. Free skating star Toller Cranston of Toronto and Canadian and British Co- lumbia champions also took! part. Miss Magnussen received nu-; merous gifts, including a new- she'll have to ask her parents every time she wants to drive it All gifts valued at more than will be heJd in trust or placed in her parents' names, to protect Karen's ama- teur status. CALL NOWJ DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 76fh Avenue and M.M. Drive S., lethbridge 1234 poon, 328-8861 DUNLOP FORD RENT-A-CAR FORD DOUG DUNLOP LEASING LTD. 1510 Mayor Magrath Drivt Spetiolitino, in: INDIVIDUAL or REET LEASING CARS or TRUCKS CAU BOB DAVIDSON (leming Camaltant} Phone 32S-8861 "PROWS EARNED THROUGH THE USE NOT THJ OWNERSHIP" SHORT TffW IONS TfPM ond Maintenance Provided en Request! has Top Quality Golfing Buys for the Golfer! 7 PC. Tournament Golf Set the Golfer's Best Buy Sef includes 1 and 3 woods, and 9 iron plus putter. 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