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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta H.2 THE 1FIHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Deeembar 1, 1971 nut faring Maravicli slow recovering from illness lly THI-; ASSOCIATED PRESS siiot with Irfl was I he (Im- Isivt- m'int as thu Hiill.s posted I' etc Maravich apparently i d vidory in ninc f-n't. the onlv one At L. ,ncs hmta Hawks. The entire team Miffmnq. i Tlic Marks' National Basket- I hall AsSfK.'ifition reeurd slipped s (n .VI7, ll'e in tho Onlnil Division, when they dropped an j dVrision jo Chicago fjuli.i Tuesday Tile was in a row, ik-ir losing .'-l-i'cak since en-! lonnj; tlie league '2-'> i .-i i d e 1 i n e d with j early in file sea-! ', iias been nuinciint; info form. He plavd minutes j ,v gainst Llic I'nils, in it scored J o m points, while Atlanta's Lou Hud- son topped till scorers with ;tO points. E LSI: where in the NBA, Golden State Warriors defeated Mil- waukee Bucks HHi-103, Seattle SuperSonU'.s edged New York Knicks Cincinnati Roy- als trimmed Baltimore Bullets 11JM03, II o u s i o n Rockets of or women action slips invuy and gets married HL'HLIXGTOX. Vt. (APi H o g a t i e n Vachon. recently h-aded from Montreal dirois to Los Angeles Kings in I he National Hockey made sonic permanent arrange- ments with Montreal Tuesday. He quietly slipped across the international border with a tele- vision and n s p a p e r re- e a r c h e r from Montreal, v.ended his way through a maze technicalities with thn i it. (Kculen AfU-r of regarding women MK'fer plauT.s a.-> something of a joke, the world's exclu- sively male official soccer or- now are prepared to take them seriously. A European Cup for women and ultimately a Women's World Cup seem now only a matter of time. Female footballers will play under modified rules. The ball may he lighter, the field smaller and the chn uiion of matches shorter. Moreover, the offence of "ungcntlcmanly conduct" will just have to go. The Zurich-based Interna- tional Federation of Football Associations, which organizes the World Cup, has instructed it.s members to encourage women's soccer teams and to offer them facilities. rOMMITTEE FORMED The E u r o p e a n Football Union, which organizes the European championships, has set up a committee to exam- ine the question of women's soccer and to studv nilcs for women's teams and hy the or- g a n a i i o n of unofficial women's world championships in the last two years in Italy and Mexico. Last year. FIFA sent it? 133 national associations all over the world a questionnaire to assess opinion on soccer for women. The national associations in 32 countries replied that they already recognize women's scK-eer. They include Algeria, South Africa, Sing a p o r e. France, West Germany and Sweden. Associations in another 21 countries replied that al- though women's soccer was not officially recognized, there were female teams. Among those, were Japan, Kenya, England, Italy, Holland, Ar- gentina, Brazil, New Zealand and the United Slates. downed Buffalo Braves 115-101, and Phoenix Suns outlasted Portland Trail Blazers 121-111 in overtime. In the AmericaJi Basketball Association, it was: Virginia irj-l I'itlsburgh Indiana 1M Memphis I'.M; Utah 127 Floridi- jans 1M and Denver HH> Dallas i (ioldcn .Stale, playing wit.hout injured centre Nate Thurmond, n d e d Milwaukee's 2-J-game home-court u inning streak, wilh the help of a balanced attack in- cluding Joe Ellis' 25 points. Jeff JMulHns' 24, Cazzie Russell's 32 and Clyde Lee's 20. was only the fourth loss in 25 grimes this season fcr the Buckr who lead the Midwest Division by four games over Chicago. Milwaukee's Kareem Jabbar, the league's leading scorer, paced Milwaukee with 30. dexterity of a forward intenf on rpacliinp the pnnl and was mar- ried. Vacnnn. a goalie wlfo started the hoekry season -wiih flu- Oinadicns, but was later dealt to the Kings, went before x Burlington notice nf (he rv-firr wii.ii Virollc Man- Elan- "Wf made the derision quickly." Vaehon told a re- porirr who asked vhy Uie cou- ple had come HO miles south of .Montreal for the ceremony. "It takes three or four weeks lo get married in Montreal. Here it is much quicker." Vaehon flew into Montreal Tuesday ahead of his team- mates, picked up Mcolle and drove to Burlington. The Kings take to the ice against the Canadiens in the Fonnn lodav. The move towards official recognition of female soccer players has been spurred by the g r o w i n g number of Swords having troubles By THE CANADIAN PRESS Just like the parent Buffalo Sabres, Cincinnati Swovrls are having their problems in the American Hockey League put- ting a winning score on the board. Centre Joe Szura sent the i Swords to llieir seventh straight defeat Tuesday night, scoring tuo goals and setting up an- j other in Baltimore Clippers' 4-3 win. j In other action. Boston Braves j won their 13th straight at home, MOOSF (CP) ovcr Robins to Fizzell. a forward with Kaska-: Pad their lead in the AHL East' Quakers of the Prairie icrn Dlvlslon over Xova ScoUa Hot-key League, has teen hand- to 2-2 tie by Springfield Kings. Szura's first goal gave Balti- more a 2-0 lead in Hie first pe- Awails reporl liel'orc deciding ec- an indefinite suspension, league president Paul Bozak announced Tuesdav. Bozak said he was waiting for UK: game report following "Sun- day night's game at Saskatoon between the Quakers and York- ton Terriers during Fiz- I was alleged to have pushed i with his second, at of the third, proving the winner. Pete Laframboise and John French were the other Clippers scorers. John Gould, with two, and a linesman during an alterca-1 Jim Nichols replied for the Uon. i hometown Swords. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Anderson 220 Kalhy Sr-iyks 119; Sandra Hamilton 193; Brpnds Christip 113; Jennifer ftAabin 173; Cindy Milter 187; Joy Naknmurs 175; Debbie Bergman 159; Penny Lori Y.B.C. JRS. AND SRS. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOY1 "A" DIVISION Allan Gepneris ?07r 232 Vernon Atbush 101; Brent Kiliins 225; Doug Vogl Rod Mai- chow 150. "B" DIVISION 152; 250 Leslie Kiliir.s 2-11; Cherye Obcrmier 317 Nadine 331 1.1361; Linda Malcomscn "33 371 G'-or' ?3-1; PiCing (-.25 Enckscn 533 C.P.R. 277- Ror flndT'.on J57 Bill JiQ; C'.i'f MO; Tof- li" OS'icki Silrlny Alf-vanfler 135; Anders 3-1S Fdith Voth Filsie Brun. 13b. COLONEL SANDERS ROLLOFFS 165: f 277; rrcda Bcrtelson 267 (850) f Peq Lchr 2M Marie SiqricJ Dorkin 7AB Joyce 764. MAJOR MIXED Rcir.pp! 37i Gary lunbrirtije 353 (, Rfr' ?95 (77V I; tirur.c McKiltnp 274; Krn Kinq Jinn Kato 3CS; Hiirrison 2W JpflnMto V-e-'i J7f) I orrainp 73.1; Amlprson ?TC; Jean Passcy 2-0; JCrin CHri'.tift 7-H 199 l.nonq 1B7; Robert YOUNG ADULTS j Bcbak Ifl.i. Baird Jfi: Ken Kurtz Boh Omotani 155; V.'fndy StPfjen )JA; Barbara Si 135. SENIOR CITIZENS Nick Bianchi 237; Perer Tuk 1ST; Huno Miller 779; Bill Jensen 2AS: 250; Gus Heqclar.d' 25.V Lcn Mitner Ellen Johnson !22: Barn- ?S.l; Hnfforth 3-il; Lil Hoir V.w; Ann Reed 211; Isabel Evans 216. HIGA'S M9 Edith Vofh 193 Shirl- 241; DiannR 2.17 269; Dorpen Rombough B and E HARDWARE Mary Wishnevski 320; Vi Yur DOWNTOWN BOWLADROME JUNIOR U PIN JI3 (7-11 D, tion linortii ;39 Rnv, (MJ5; Lnrnp Rcn'inn ?SS; Rrpntia 3il LIndfl Wrttcomsc Carolyn Passry nine Kovars 3-0 McDon Hid 253 (A701, PRE-I1UILT SOCIAL ?.12; TM J37 Pcd- n 251 Nfl- Hart 137; Girir.nfi Kometi 13i; Ochhifl Hartman 135. CHEC-5 PIN Fldon 305 Wright ?97 Grorno Stpfldmnn 261; Wilfred Kotw lil; Murray KoM 235, Shirley F.indor Flor- Kobf J51; Jarkie Rotlif Chris Burwash 317; Mart] flPncjry IM. VASA LODGE-S PIN 2D1; 6 Ft. High Tret Scotch Pine 10? tips, this artificial Christmas free is- one of 'he nicest you can buy. Green only. Stand included (A) OUTDOOR FLOODLIGHT KIT by C.G.E. Weatherproof 6 "ft. cord and ground stake. In colours Blue, Green. 15 OUTDOOR LIGHT SET, multi-colour, isporkle lights. 21' length, By C.G.E. (C) 9 FT. GARLAND to beautify doorways, mantels, etc. 3" diameter. Green vinyl leaves with red berries. (D) DOOR KNOCKER of 3 call- 1.97 397 d I wi 2.67 (E) 18" HOLLY WREATH, vinyl, wilh red bcr ries plus red bell or poinsettla, YOUR CHOICE Open Doily Thursday and Fri .m. lo 6 p.m.; 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Drumheller triumphs DRUMHELLER, Alta. (CP) Cox scored two goals to lead Drumhcllcr Falcons to a Alberta Junior Hockey League victory over Calgary Canucks Tuesday. Dnimhellcr outshot Calgarj' in tliu wide open game before fau fans. Grant Pciishic, Kid; Blair and Kyan added the other Falcons' goals while Dan Mnmlryk, Dale Elosrhult and Hay Estabroks replied for Cal- gary, who rci'rived eight of II minor penalties in the game. The Falcons led 2-0 and 4-2 after Iho first and second per- iods. Ross Frisken, recently of Red Deer Rustlers, was in the Drumheller nets and Danny Hilton was in goal for the Can- ucks. Meanwhile in d m onto rt Darryl Wallis and Terry Wil- tchen each scored two goals lo lead Red Deer linstlcrR to nn win over Krimonton Maple Leafs Tuesday. Red Deer got single goals by Wayne Krevs, Ron Joel, Doug Limlskog and Wilt Foord while Darrcl Zclinski and Brad Rota scored for Hie Maple Leafs. Rustlers led 3-0 after the first period and ii-2 after the second as the clubs split 12 minor pen- alties. Graham Parsons and Keilli i Dulaney combined in the Red Deer nets to make 21 saves and i Brent Mason and Dill Olmcliuk I slopped 31 for Edmonton. Hundreds of custom colour, la rhoose from. 32 of INTERIOR LATEX It's rich and smooih and a pleasure to work with! Fast-dry- tools clean up wilh soapy Reg Woolco Price gal, 2.59 qt. GAL SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL Tough, durable fin- ish for areas that need constant scrub- bing. Pea Woolco Price nl, 2.99 GAL, REEVES ART SUPPLIES Shop for crecilivo gills! We've got Ihe best in quality art supplies ol prices. Oil painling, acrylics, wamrcolours, sketching pastels and more for be- ginner or pro. Come iii today and sec tl values! CHRISTMAS SPECIAL REEVES FINGERPAiNT SET Youngsters love il! Complelr 1 M infludincj 5 1 jorj of poini, sticks ond pupcr. tiT Open Doily 9 to 6 p.m.; Thursday tmcl Fridoy 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. THE FOLLOWING SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE NOW IN HOLIDAY VILLAGE (FORMFRLY SHOPPERS' WORLD) 7 Eleven Now Open HOLIDAY BARBER SALON MILDRED SKROVE HAIR FASHIONS S-T-R-E-T-C-H SEW FABRICS PARSONS HARDWARE THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA TAMBLYN DRUG STORE THE GIFT GALLERY HOLIDAY FLOWER SHOP SUGAR BOWL ;