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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 -THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday. April 12, 1975 holds to Lethbtidge bid Local group after Western Canada Hockey League A Li't to bridge learn playing in the Caiuula Hoc- key .League in the sea- son? It could lifcomc (lie thing, U l.otlibridgo hits a suitablt1 rink lluil lime. Announcement made today tluit a of Ltth- bridyc businessmen, led by Herb Christie, a local Stan Maxwell. .1 funiHT shir, have miuio appticatitm for n franchise in (lie crti Canada Hockey Tliimuis K. Kishcr of Van- c ouver, secrelJii-y of '.hu lias informed Ihe Id- ol Llial Ihcir applu'a- lion will be placed on tlm iigoiula of Hit1 inuclini' of tho league governors (fie mill- dlf of May. In a letter to tlic LeLlibrUlgp g r o u p, said "t am surp timl Hie eiilliusiH.'iLii: Fupjunt for lop sports involvement fur is .so known is recognized by the RoviM'iwrs o[ the league, nnd they will cei'liiinly evt'ry cmisiderJilion lo your application." Tlic leamiL! currently com- prises Iwo divisions Vie- (win, Vancouver, New inirmtcr, Calvary, Ktlniunton and Medicine Hal m DIG division aiiff Swift Cum-nt, Brandon, Fliii Flon, Saskatoon and Winnipeg in tlio Ensl division. Mv. Christie said tlic key to obtaining (.ho franchise in tho league is suitable Ice facil- ities. "Wo Lave good reason lo believe that would have no difficulty whatsoever in obtaining a franchise if a new arena sealing between five and six people is built and in operation by (lie fall of lie -said. lie stressed Uial if the aro- nii is built and the Lcthbridfje entry becomes a reality, llie 1 will be owned and oper- ated by Lc-thbridge interests, already talked lo officials of several he said, "and they alt have said Ihnl Lelhbridgc would be a welcome addilion and a defin- ite asset to a league which covers Ihc four western prov- inces. Hcvl Carry, presidenl ot the Medicine Hat- Tigers, feels (hat a Letlibridgc loam in tbo would he a grc'tit boost, parliuiliiL'ly as far as the bcrla members arc concern- ed. Medicine Hnl, whoso nrcnn burned down three years ago, lins enjoyed success in tho league in Iheir new, scat arena Medicine Hal lins averaged fans for 31 home K.-IJIICS, and during (heir current, piny- olf scries with the Calgary Centennials llicy have attract- ed three overflow crowds of close to fans. In commenting on the pos- sibility of a tt'CHL franchise for Lellibridge, Stan Mnxwell feels- thai local and district hockey fans deserve tho high calibre of pl'iy (hat exists In the present league. "Lcthbvidge has a reputa- lion of being one of the top junior hockey cities hi Can- he said, "and officials nf the Western Canada League are quick lo recognize thlj fact but without a rink to aet'ommodfile people a fran- chise 13, of course, impos- sible." Tim Lclnbridge Arena burn- lo llie ground in March of last year and the largest of three artificial ice units in the city is the Henderson Laka Ice Ccnlrc which seals COO. Pension problem settled SET NEW MARKS Lorin Kemmetl, left and Kasling sel Ihrco provincial records between them at tho 8th annual Killarncy swim meet recently. Kemmelf set new marks in the 200-metre and 100-metre butterfly events limes cf and reipeclively. Miss Kasting's time of in (he 100-melre backstroke also set a new record for Alberta. home Lethbridge misses out SUBUHY (Speciall Letli- brLdga bowlers are heading home empty-handed as they failed to click in Ihe National Youth Bowling Council champi- onships which ended Tuesday, Lelhbrirtgc bowlers. 1C in all. had problems in the first day o( the three-day event and didn't have cnougii to catch the lead' ing teams participaling from the other provinces. Meansvhile Northern Ontario. Southern Ontario and Manitoba won three gold medals each in tho three-day National Youlh Bowling Council which ended here Tuesday. Six singles and ream titles Vcre decided. Sudden-dealli playoff games were played in all categories except the ban- Urn hoys team final. Todd N'cimi of Thunder Bay took a gold medal for Northern Ontario in the bantam hoys sin- gles division by heating Doug Carter of Prince Albert, Sask., by It pins in Ihe siulrlon-clealb playoff. Janice Sproule of Azikla, OnL, won the bantam girls singles wilh an 11-3 record while Es- lelle JlontpeUicr of Chclmsford, Ont took Ihe junior girls sin- gles tide by beating Elizabeth SWBL fcalm-es awards haiiquet The Southwest a 11 League will hold their annual awards banquet Friday night in Stirling, Special guesls and a featured speaker will he present at the special event, but the spotlight will be locuscd on the presen- tation of awards tn Ihc players chosen on the AH-Toii Confer- ence (cams. Skanes of Corner Drook, Nfld., and Lisa Mcdwin of Agiuconrt, Out. Three Maiiiloba teams from Easl Kildonan captured the ban lam boys and junior boys titles with ]D-2 marks and the junior girls ehnmpionship with a 9- record. The Southern Ontario tean' from Hamilton won Ihe senior boys championship by breaking a 93 tic wilh St. Vital Man., in the sudden death game. Tom Dcwcy of Edmonton won tho senior boys single title h; healing Chris Dean of Saskatooi in the sudden dcalh round Bruce llamlyn of Corner Brook took the gold medal in the jun lor hoys singles beating Denitrnning replied for New Westminster. BKL'JNS OUTSI1OT The Bruins were CTilshoL 29-'1a and took eight of 15 penalties, including one of luo majors. At Rogina, Iho Pats erupted for six goals in the second pe- riod lo build up an insurmounta- ble margin. They connected on one unanswered goal in tho first period and were ahead 7-1 after the second. Mike spurred Ihe at- tack wilh three goals before the 2.795 fans while Dennis Sobchuk added and Scott Smith, Clark Gillies, Ken Marit and Bill BcTl scored one rtach. The Jonc Flin Flon scorer, on a power piny, was Blaiue Stoughton. The game was ended by a monumental brawl with 15 sec- onds left lo play. In all, 17 mi- nors, 2fl majors, 20 misconducts and eight game misconducts were handed out by referee Joe Cassidy, most of them in the third period. Flin Flon took 10 of tlie 17 minor penalties. Rcgina outshot Flin Flon 53- SWEPT BANTAM 'A' TIUES-Lclhbridgc Maroon-s won Ihe league pennant and city championship in Jhe Ban- tam "A" ranks of Ihe Lelhbridgo Minor Hockey Associa- tion Ihit past season. The champs, back lefl to right are, coach Richard Jankowiok, Don Wright, Silrer, Dan Burgwall, EwaM Granson, Dave Bourassa and Har- old Janz, Centre, (eft to right, are Barry Baldry, Morley Barnaby, James Mars, Tony Meli, Dave Lin ton, and manager Alberf Bourasso. Front, lo rig hi, Don Tsujira, Pelcr Zubcrsky and Dave Sazaliki. Missing wus Miko Girbun. Stock Car Club meets two nights The Southern Alberta Auto Racers are planning two nights of activities this evening and Thursday. With the opening of tlie 1972 season just over two weeks away (aclion gels under way at Exhibition Spccchvay April 30) a general meeting Is on tap this evening in the club rooms al the J.ethbrulge Hotel at A film will be shown tonight and al! members arc asked be in attendance. Meanwhile, Thursday eve- ning Hie vice-president of the Kdmonton Stock Car Club will lie on hand at the club rooms to latk about super stock car? and show a number of interest- ing films. Thursday night's ac- tivities are set for an eifibl o'clock slart. The local stockcrs held an afternoon of ice racing some- time back and while things were not as smoothly run oil as expected the Muscular Dys- trophy Fund of [.oLhbridgc came out a winner. The SAAR executive turned over lo the local fund. Knlcks move into finals YORK fAP) Vork Knicks, with Jerry Lucas ant! Tlill Bradley leading a ties pcralion drive, outscorcd Balti- more ID-S down the homo- stretch lo beat (he Bullets 107- 10] Tuesday and win their i liomil Basketball Association Eastern Conference semi-final The Knicks, by taking (he best-of-scvon series four game? lo two, now will meet floslon Collies in the conference final. The Collies won Ihc Atlantic Di- vision tille, finishing ei games in front of Ihe Knicks with they split Ihcir sea- son .series 3-3. The Pallets trailing must nf llto way, scrambled to a lead wilh four minutes remain- ing. The Knicks then came through wilb Ihcir decisive surge. Archie Clark of Baltimore led all scorers wilh 31 points. Walt Frazicr nntl Lucas led the Knicks1 attack wilh 22 points apiece while Bradley and Dave DeBuaschere had 20 each. when matters ground to a hall ibis morning: was reached on allocating n yonr from .he pension plan's hupe surplus Tor retirement benefits, in ncldi- tion to the owners' oriyimil offer of for henllh care on lop of the S5.-1 million they con- tribute animnlly to the pension package. Thai ngreemcNt crimes within the basic principle of collective hnrgaining, whicli says that until there's on ev- erything, there's agrecmenl" on- nothing. "If had agreed on tlic lasL week there have been no said Mar- vin Miller, executive director of the Major LP.IRUC Baseball Players Association, "That's probably t r u countered John Gaherin, Ihc owners' negotiator, "hut S500.0CO was not Mr. Miller's price for n settlement before the strike." SEEK 1NCREASK While the owners originally stood pal on their onc-aml-only health-care offer, tlie players were seeking a 17-per- cent cosl-of-living increase in retirement benefits, which would have amounted to more than SGOO.OflO. The owners have offered to pay the players for lost games rescheduled on open dates or as part of a duy-niglit double- header, but not for games made up as part of a ono-admission doiiblchcadcr. The players rejectee) lhal and countered by offering to give up one day's pay (they arc paid on o basis of iaa days rather than 1G2 The owners turned Uiot down. Next, the players offered to play make-up games in one-ad- mission twin bills for half pay. The owners rejected Ibat, too. In San Diego, Buzzic Jiavasl, president of the Padres, said the team's player representa- tive, Bob Barton, "told rnu the player.1; seemed to think that the owners would try to cheat I horn by making up all Ihe lost game.- as cf douhlcheaders and I explained lo him why that's a false assumption. "As an owner, I can assure (hat a ahvnys makes more money by playing sin- gle games than by playing a doublchcador. On two dales, you get extra revenue from parking, programs and concessions Uiat you don't gel playing a doubln- MfU.KIE'S SniE Miller Paid he vasn'l sure whether the 2-1 player represent- atives, who met for more than. 15 hours Tuesday, would j'.ct to- gether again tcday. He also snkl J. Curtis Counts, head of Ihc federal mediation service, was in town and he didn't rule out the possibility of further media- tion efforts. The owners, whoso negoli.it- ing committee held several Icngthv conference calls wilh Oahcrin, scheduler! a joinl meeting cf Ijotb leagues, for Thursday in Chicago, oston-tihly lo iron oul a new .snag over (he length of the season. The Associated Press learned that .National J-cngue owners want to ploy a full schedule while (he American League, which has long been arlv'Dcalinj; a shorter season anyway, favors p i c k 1 n g up whenever the slrikc is sctllcd wilhpuL making up any games. Ilavasi said Uiat if clubs re- duce the originally scheduled number of home dales by schcd- u 1 i n g more double-headers, they'll have to return some money to season UckcL-holdcrs. "We bnvcn'l lost any home dates he snid, "but Ihe Dodgers, Giants, Cardinals, Mcls and Cuhs have, All of them have large season ticket and T know they'll try to make up lost gomes on off days rather than play ctoublehcadcrs. "K the players go along with our proposal, which T believe is more lhan fair, I'm sure they'll make up all, or nearly all, of the money called for in their contracts." Miller, however, said lhal wouldn't be equitable, for all Ihe players since some cities do bel- ter, say, with a Sunday double header lhan Sunday-Monday single games. "Some playei's will lose money and some he said. Monday, the owners offered 'o allocate from the pen- sion surplus for retirement ben- efits. The players nskcd for Tlic owners lurried them down Tuesday in the first rcjeclion of (he day and then rejected mi offer by the players lo play "inlo September1' while negotia- tions on make-up salary were held. The stumbling block on the latter issue was llie players' proviso lhat Ihe matter go lo ar- bilratioii if noc sellled by Sep- tember. ANDY CAPP COULD rx3 wr J TH; CO.WPANY SHE'S GOT JACKIE ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCOR PLAYOFP STANDINGS A W L SERIES D W L St. LEftDERS! NY......... C fJY......... R. Hun, C....... 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