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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 3, WO IT WILL BE UP TO THESE FIVE-The Lethbridge Col- legiate Institute invitational basketball tournament gets under way Friday afternoon at four and expected to carry the hopes of the host Rams will be these five i ..i i T__LI__ representing three provinces and one state, are in the running for top honors in the two-day event. Other games Friday are set for and nine. The tour- under way Friday afternoon at four and expected to games rnday are set tor ana nine, me rour- carry the hopes of the host Rams will be these five ney winds up Saturday night with the championship final players pictured with coach Hugh Tamblyn. With their to go at nine. Raymond Comets, back again this year, coach ore, left to right, Bob Baird, Rob Mossey, Gerry have won the event in all three of its previous stagings. Nugeni, Eryce Thomson and Gary Jones. Eight teams, Six teams open play Friday evening Southwest conference ready to go The Southwest Basketball Conference will officially open the 1970 season Friday evening with games played on three- fronts. All teams are back from last year with the exception of St. Mary's High School of Taber. In Friday nights encounters Winston1 Churchill Bulldogs .will host the Fort Macleod Fly- ers; Picture Butte will travel to Taber and tangle the W. Meyers and Milk River will be at Vauxhall. The Coaldale Gaels and the Stirling High School will be idle. Winston Churchill coach Pete hockey In Pee Wee action last night the Bears trimmed the Pen- guins 2-1. Doug Bodifi and Don Coutts rammed in the two Bears markers while James Severtson managed the lone Penguin goal. Bill Hendersons' goal in the third period was enough to al- low the Bruins to squeeze past the Ramblers 3-2 in Bantam B action. Henderson also popped one in the second frame while Mor- gan Monroe aided with one. For the Hamblers Andy Sif- rer and Dale Slusar blinked the lights once each. Neufeldt is looking for a win- ning season. Last year the Bull- dogs were in a rebuilding stage and he hopes to reap the re- wards from that this year. Back with Mm this year are guards Doug and Ken Nakama and forwards Dave Heidinge'r, Rod Boliinger and Francis De- Groot. Heidinger and DeGroot Bowling scores JUNIORS Betty Hobbs 2-1-1; Ann Todd 23fi; Marge Malcomson 23-1; Pal Plomp 2i4; Ev Krauss 222; Jan Connlx 222; Frances Harris 527; Leah Gerla 221; May Laiarick Helen Ludwlg 216; Vera Nicholls 216, GORD1ES John Erlekson 361 Tak Kata- kami 313 Randy Wolsioncroft 323 Baden Pilling 270; Bob Thomson 283; Bob Hamilton 575; Sam Girardi 253 Jack Jones 252; Glen Seeman 256; Henry Williams 252. HOOP AND HORN Jim Thomson 267; Louis De Jager !94; Herman Hucsken 242; Jean Pas- sey 27) (674) Lunny Lengyel Dave Carlson 220; Ed Prince 220; Kaz Ka- minski 252; Andy Atkinson 204; Ron Miller 503. FREEL'S AND SPEEDY'S Joyce Ksleta 239; Flo Rollingson Anne Tcdd 257; Sara Gove 234; Mary Onofrycnuk 219; Jean Koskoski 227; Karen McFadyen 220; Marg Smith 224; Beth. Flak 220; Dorothy Coolidge 203. COMMERCIAL MENS Lew Mills 3S6 Francis Higa 314 Sieve Pedersen 32fi Len Heming 293 Ken King 313 Steve Saler 306 (7991, Sam Gir- ardi 238 Bill Persley 333 Steve Mezei 310 Wimp Naka- mura 270 8 and E HARDWARE John Scattergood 2E4 Graham Scattergood 303 Steve Gangur 281 Wait Crombez 260 Bill Bach 245, MOB Marlin 221, Dot Ander- son 266 Edwards 243 Carole Grombez 2J8 Ada Scat- tergood 238 Bunny Anderson 216 Bernice Hay 219 WESTERN CANADA HOCKEY LEAGUE !Y ACTION TABER CIVIC CENTRE (HEATED) SATURDAY, Dec. 5th, 1 p.m. REGINA PATS vs. CALGARY CENTENNIALS MONDAY, DEC, 14th, p.m.' SWIFT CURRENT BRONCOS CAIGARY CENTENNIALS TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR HIGA'S LADIES Shirley Boyd 301 (7451, Marlens Bosch' 219 Phyllis Church 2H Marge Rossiter 231 Sandy ScaHergood 275 Phyl Harrison 290 Vema Hillcoaf 250 Dianne violins 259 Care! Becker 221 Dianne' Pedersen 262 C.H.E.C. YutaHa Urano 256 Andy Kra- iewski 266 Jim Berry 233 AI Boyd 228 Eldon Westling 251 Rick Beres 320 Jean Christie 255 Georgena Ruttan 283 (6401, Betty Coutls 257, Walter Currle 268, Tom Kobiiz 282, Charlie Whitefoot 240, Earl Logan 265. Matins sold NEW YORK (AP) Buster the heavyweight who once beat Joe Frazier for the United States Olympic crown, is back in the good graces of ring authorities and will meet Alvin (Blue) Lewis in Detroit Jan. 20. Jimmy Iselin, president of Peers Management, made the announcement Wednesday, re- vealing also that he has sold the fighter's contract to Orlando Lamar of Detroit. are the tall men on the club both standing at Meanwhile, a few miles away the Coaldab Gaels coached by Pius Labolevech are a much taller club this season, but have only two returnees from last year. Ed Nedza and Chris Pearson are the two returning lettermen and these guards will have to carry much of the load due to an inexperienced front line. In Vauxhall coach Bill Pers- ley will be gunning for the cov- eted league trophy. The Vikings are by far the tallest club in tlie league with two centres standing at 6'5" and 6'3" and having two forwards 6'4" and 6'1V The Vikings will entertain the Milk River Comets handled by Nick Jurkovich, who will be in his initial year as coach. Jurkovich, who isn't familiar with the league, will only have four returnees this season to work with. Donald Welsh and Leonard Thielen are returning guards while Bret Hierath and Jim Chapman will be the only experienced forwards. Coach Ken Mackenzie of Pic- ture Butte will have a lot to work with this season. Back with him this season are Bob Takasaki, Harris Toth, Jim Furukawa, Ned Bosnjak, Barry Hughes and Randy Kar- ren all with at least a year's experience. Overshadows trading at meetings concern major issue LOS ANGELES (AP) Con corn over possible drug abuse by major league players ant lale-scason trading ploys by major league clubs have over shadowed the normal course o business at baseball's white meetings. The drug issue was inlei jecled Wednesday following ai unprecedented gathering o team physicians. The trade controversy centra around Atlanta's reacquisitio of 47-year-old Hoyt Wilhelm. tw days earlier in a deal with Ch: cago Cubs. The Wilhelm trade was one o 10 transactions made at th major league level during th first two days of the meetings But the market fell off Wednes day and there was only one dea of consequence. It sent pitcher Bob Johnson, young strikeout artist, frott Kansas City Royals to Pitts burgh Pirates as the key figur in a three-for-three swap. KUHN MAY CHECK But Hie team physician shared the spotlight Wednesda with commissioner Bowie Euhi who indicated he will invest! gate the deals that sent relic specialist Wilhelm from the Braves to the Cubs for last sea son's National League East D vision stretch drive and the back again. The use and abuse of drug was among several medica items discussed by doctors o the 24 major league clubs whose meeting concluded wit the formation of the Associatio of Professional Baseball Physi dans. "We're not talking about nar the commissioner sai later in the day. "They are con cerned with whether ethical drags, such as amphetamLn and pep pills, have been over used and whether their use is being properly regulated." In the Wilhelm affair, the ma jors' oldest player was sold ti Chicago with two weeks remain ing in the regular season am the Cubs in the thick of the divi sion race. IN THREE GAMES Wilhelm, who had joined tin Braves in a waiver deal during the 1969 stretch run, helping them capture the. N a t i o n a" Six goals for Marclmk Lethbridge Warriors contto to roll merrily along in th Southern Alberta Juvenil Hockey League. Wednesday evening at th Civic Centre the Warrior trounced the Lethbridge Elk 20-2 as Larry Marchuk turne in a brilliant six-goal effort fo the winners. Bob Turner, chip ped in with five while Eos Walker added four more. Mile Shaw, with two, and Ken Ham merstedt, Terry Pocza anc Allen Marchuk, with one each completed the rout. Wally Chesko accounted fo both Elks' markers. It was some kind of hike Both claim world mark LOS ANGELES (AP) The question was obvious: Why would anyone want to run'100 miles or more in 24 hours? The answer: Like the moun- tain there to be climbed, there is an indoor track at the Los Angeles Athletic Club which is not good for anything except to run on. So, recently LUM Dosli, a aerospace engi- neer, and Miki Gorma.n: a 92- pound Japanese-born secre- tary and housewife, set out at midnight for their marathon. By the clock, 35-year-old MM ran, trotted and jogged for 21 hours, 4 minutes, 4 sec- onds and completed 100 miles. Dosti, once a high school soccer player in his native North Albania, plugged on 22 hours, '19 minutes ajid logged 126.6 miles. As far as Dosti and Mrs. Gorman are concerned, both set world records. Agreeing was Dr. Steve Seymour, the silver medal winner in the I r Be Dressed In Style This Festive Season! Book Your Forma! Wear Now of Frank Walkers7 Forma! Rentals "Formals at a Moments Notice" r SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-2073 niglit for McLeod WINNIPEG (CP) An "ap- preciation night" for Jackie McLeod, former coach of Can- ada's national hockey team, has been scheduled for Dec. 11 at the Winnipeg Arena, when Winnipeg Jets meet Saskatoon Blades in a Western Canada Hockey League game, it was announced Tuesday. McLeod, who coached the Winnipeg based National team for five years until it was dis- banded this spring, now is man- ager and coach of the Sas- katoon junior squad. of the event in- the Manitoba Hockey Foundation, Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association, the Winni- peg Jets, and former members and participants in tlie national i Irani. McLeod. '.'In turned pro- fessional with New York Rang- ers in 1918. has either played or coached on every Canadian representative in (lie World hockey tournament fines 1960. javelin for {lie United States in the 1948 Olympic Games in London. The 48-year-old Seymour's reference was the English- published Guiness book of records which credits one J. Saunders of England as hav- ing run 120 miles in 22 hours 49 minutes in .1882. Dosti, who saM he lost eight pounds from his normal 150, took up running tlu'ee years years after Iris kid soccer days. The 5-foot-l Miki got into the thing differently. "I started warming up too much." It seems she used to accom- pany her husband Alike to the LAAC where he played hand- ball. Hoping to gain weight, Miki tried bicycle riding but switched to running when she discovered the running track. Pretty soon she was padding around 20 and 25 miles and thinking Jitlle of it. TOOK A BREAK Miki, in her big run, took a five-minute rest break every hour but Dosti, fearful of a muscle tie-up, continued with- out interruption "except for a few hurried visits lo (lie men's room." Equipped with special plas- tic containers, he took his nourishment on the run. Both r u n n e r s' nourishment con- sisted of honey, tea, protein tablets, high sugar content candy bars. The track itself, artificially carpeted and hanked at the turns, measures 1C5 yards. Dosti ran his final lap in 43 seconds. League West crown, appeared in just three games for tlie Cubs. Atlanta got him, back Monday in exchange for first baseman Hal Breeden, a minor league home-run king. The day's trade sent Johnson to the Pirates along with shortstop Jackie Her- nandez and catcher Jim Cam- panis. In return, Kansas City received five-foot-four shortstop Fred Patek, smallest player in the majors, pitcher Bruce Dal Canton and catcher Jerry May. Johnson, a 27-year-old right- hander, hr.d an 8-13 record for the Royals last season and struck out 206 balters-thinl highest total in the American League. ANDY CAPP rER... GET SOME RSURK WORKED. OUT AN1 WE'LL 'AVE A NATTER ABOUT IT ETIMc. LET ME KNOW IN THE SMALLEST SUM CAN MANAGE ON -OKAY? TRIECx BUT IT'S NO JUST'4VF TO INCREASE ME 'OUSEKEEPIN MONEY, THE MOST YER CAN ME Sports of all sorts PERMANENT HOLDERS GENEVA (Heuter) Scot land's national curling team Wednesday took permanent pos session of the Dolly Cup after winning the trophy for the thin time in four years. UNDERGOES SURGERY GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Green Bay Packers announcet Wednesday that backup quart erback Don Horn will undergc surgery today and will be ou of action for the remainder o the season. Horn suffered a knee injury Thanksgiving Day as he warmed up on the sidelines din- ing the Packers' game at Dal las. SEEKS PONCE, P.R. (AP) Or lando Cepeda of Atlanta Braves said Wednesday he plans to Awards banquet tonight LOS ANGELES (AP) "The envelope please, Mr. Stengel." Baseball goes Hollywood to- night with a gala, first-time awards banquet honoring the outstanding players and top per- sonalities in the sport. The Academy Awards-style wesentations will be made at a >lack-tie, dinner in he Beverly Hilton Hotel as a highlight of baseball's annual winter meetings. Avyards will go to the player of the year, top pitcher, top de- 'ensive performer, manager ol :he year and the player who jest typifies the game on and off the field. Catcher Johnny Bench of Cin- cinnati and first baseman Boog of Baltimore previously named most valuable players in he National and American jeagues, respectively, are the nominees for the player-of-the- 'ear award. CASEY TO ATTEND And Casey Stengel will be here, too, along with a host of baseball celebrities and show oik. The World Series Trophy will >e presented officially to Herald llcffberger, chairman of the joard of the world champion Baltimore Orioles, and Orioles nanager Earl Weaver. Special honors will be paid to Ted Williams, George Sisler, nd Bill Terry, baseball's only iving .-100 hitters, and to Stan lusial, Hank Aaron and Willie lays, the game's only living ,000-hil men. 'EH' POSITION PITTSBURGH (API Billy oiin, former World light- eavyweight boxing champion, as named Wednesday as an ssistant with the Allegheny ounty R e c r cation Deparl- ent. The job pays a ear. seek a salary for the 1971 baseball season. Cepeda said that if he is not successful, he will _sit out the season in his native Puerto Rico. STAYS WITH KINGS WINNIPEG (CP) An in- terim injunction has been ex- tended another two weeks to allow Ron Chipperfield to con- tinue to play for Brandos Wheat Kings of the Western Canada Hockey League. U.S.A., CUBA MEET CARTAGENA, Colombia (AP) The United States and Cuba begin a three-game play-off se- ries here today for the 18th world amateur Baseball champi- onship. ELRiCH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pts Boston........1-1 5 4 93 60 32 New York......M 5 4 72 50 32 Montreal ......11 8 A 77 60 2fi couver 10 13 3 77 91 23 Detroit....... S 11 3 68 77 19 Toronto....... 7 IS 1. 73 83 15 .UffalO....... 4 13 4 39 75 12 West Division Chicago .15 A 5 87 50 35 St. LOUIS ......11 -1 7 54 42 29 Minnesota .11 8 3 54 54 Phila.........10 10 1 55 75 2? Pittsburgh 0 10 9 64 69 18 Los Angeles 8 12 1 S7 73 17 California 6 16 2 51 85 1-1 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Pis Calgary 14 3 3 111 76 31 Lethbridge .12 7 3 119 72 27 Red Deer 10 5 -i 93 72 2J Edm. Lsafs 9 9 i 92101 19 Ponoka 5 13 1 55 91 15 Edm. Movers 3 16 2 73 130 8 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pis 'rovldence 10 5 J 72 a M ipringfield 9 12 7 73 85 19 Quebec....... 8 11 3 68 82 19 Montreal 6 14 4 70 76 West Division Baltimore ..13 6 2 7? 54 28 Cleveland ..12 7 2 82 62 26 lershey 8 10 3 60 il 19 Rochester 783 .19 5? 17 THE LEADERSi EspDSito, Bos....... Orr, Bos............ Hodge, Bos R. Hull, Chi......... Delvecciiio, Det McKenzie, Bos Keon, Tor Ratelle, NY......... Kurtenbach, Van Boudrias, Van....... Maki, Van.......... 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