Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 22

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 36

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ap'il ft. continue to s remains quiet on baseball front ly Till' ASSm rhc Mi-nr O PlltlSS isfiturdfiy nntl caiiswl an tl tiny n Uic1 season cud fomil i spring irinning, cmcnL of i wo rivals ami John (.lahcriii ;imn Miller -wci'C Tbc players' walkout, which day's scliwluJrtl opener in (-in- I'c-hvct-u lloiiMnu Astros. contests on Cidt'd on to increase fan intcrcal and reduce the number of lio 1 panics. If Uie score is still tied after 10 minutes, each team; would receive one point. elded referees will wear relieve the pressure, when It li streamlined rtoiibleknil uniforms short ban tied. A team thai docs and colors different from tliis will be called for icing and traditional black pants and! the puck brought back inlo iU U'hite-striped sliirls. Bulfey said he that end. He said the learn will have to ave o the unlike Ihe NHL.) carry HIG puck across its own should not allow a team to shoot j Mun line before shooting it down the puck the length of the ice to1 the ice. chairmen aid in the stag- big of Ihe competition. Competitors will lake part In 11 sports including track and field, swimming, diving, arch- cry, trap, small hore, eques- trian, horseshoes, slow pilch Irian, horseshoes, slow pitch, special golf. Pel CJeland has been appoint- ed Recreation Dircclor for Ihc summer months and will as- sume his new dulies April His major responsibilities be the Bummer Games. 15, of the first game, of (lie Canada -U ,S, league, which starls its first season nest fall, will be announced later. The cotnmillee recommended to the WHA board of trustees, made up of owners of Ihe teams, that play. offs be divided along cast anc] west division lines. rcferce-in-chief V e r n Buffey told a news conference that the third player lo enter a fight will goL a 10-minule mis- conduct penalty and a [ine for a first offence, He will get an automatic game rmsconducl if he repeast the offence in the same contest hut there will ha no additional fine. I About signed and verbal agreemenls have been made by WHA Learns National League players, Steve Arnold, director of WHA player person- nel, .said. He divulged no names, Raying announcements would he mado by individual teams in the nexl week or two. The biggest tcnLa- tive agreement with an estab- lished NHL star lo dale has been that of goalie Bernio Par- ent of Toronlo Maple LcaCs by Miami Screaming Kagles. The playing committee during two days of meetings here de- Totems look an one ganiri Tv.vald fu-ansnn, Dave Sarnl- lond in their best of three j pki and David RonraFpa chipped Wee championship final in with a single while Malcolm Kcimp, Dorrin Mills, Robert Schaffsma and Tevrv Orban re- Hunter the site playoff series against the Can- ucks Wednesday night. The Totems belted lliu C'.in- ucks 4-1 behind Brian Robin- son's three goal performance and Greg lifagyar's singleton. Allan Gepneris prevented the shuloul l.illylng a Ihird period marker. Meanwhile Dave Linton and Conrad Suyker tallied two goals each and paced Die Lclbbririge Maroons to a 7-4 exhibition vic- tory over the Taber last night. plic'l for Tabcr. The liruins arc one win away [L-OID winning Ihe Bantam "B" championship title after captur- ing the first 3-1 game of n besl- of-thrre scries Egainsl the Mon- archs last night. Randy ftamagc, Dong Berber and Sidney DeGrnaf scoml a goal apiece (or the Bruins whlla Carey KamUomo replied lor tha Monarchs. THE MAJORITY of the water imrxjundments are once again open in EOUthem Alberta, it would appear thst (ho approach o[ x majority of Ihe anglers is only a haLf- hnarusd altempL Perhaps best evidence of Ihis Is al ilendcr- ?on la the city. A spin caster ?.ips dcrp.Ti to the lake and Hips a spinner hack and forth for 15 minutes to half an hour. If there are no takers and there have been few so far he gives up no fish. Bait fishermen on shore are showing ahout the tame amount o( wild enthusiasm, even when llicre is a rise or .swirl only o lew feet from shore, Tho anglers whip them- selves irito a rear shitting body weight from Lhc left I lo Ihe right foot. Wonder v.-liav Iliosc youngsters used who had i rninhnvv.1! in hand .-ind a [ourlh of Our Some Courteous Sloff on hard We Welcome all cuitomarn lo come Inl OUR ICk PiR GAUON DISCOUNT Still Kemaim In Effect! GROWER'S GAS OIL SALES AND GROVER'S SALES LIMITED (334 4lh Street South) ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCO HOCKETT SCORES Hnliontl Boslon 5 Toronlo 0 First gama of beil-cf-wven Stanley Cup quarfer-finflls York 3 f.lcnlreal 5 Firil garni? c4 cJ seven Stanley Cup quar-ltr-Hnal! Chicago 3 PHIshurch T First game cl best-cf-seven it an fey Cup Minnesota 3 it. Louis 0 Flril cf beif-cf-a-ven, Cup- quarler-fina'j. American ClMfnnfiK 5 FTril aarM of besl-of-iaven quirlsr- Tulia Firsl final. Cenlr-tJ li 6 Oklahoma dtv 1 pflma of best-ol-seve 8 For! Wcrht i Fort V.'ayn- 4 Port Huron J Bcsl-cf-jeven 7-7 Allan Cup Spokant 6 Fdmcnfin 5 5-pokana Iradi MOVi UP TO GENERAL RADIAL TIRES 50% Better Mileage 6 Ply Puncture Protection ELRICH TIRE LTD. 402 lit Ave. Jouth ;