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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 1973 IT COMES TO WHAT A THERE COrVtBSADAVOF RECKONIN' COULD GO V'KNOW LIVIN IN THE SEVENTIES PROftABuV BE AIR-CONDITIONED.1 Visitors shellack juniors 13-2 Soviets poured it on Remparts Gaels triumph Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute Rams made their trip to Raymond worthwhile in RECEIVES PH.D Dr. Stewart John Campbill Son of Mr. and Mrs D M. Campbell of Lethbridge re- ceived his Doctor of Philosophy at the fall convocation held on November 17th in Edmonton Dr. Campbell received his high school education at The Leth- bridge Collegiate Institute and continued on to the University of Alberta. He is married to the former Jessie Campbell ot and they have two daughters. Heather Anne and Sheila Jean Dr. Campbell Is now employed with The Canada Agriculture Research Branch at Saskatoon They reside at 838 McKercher Drive in that city Southern Alberta High School Basketball League action. With Kelly Wilde leading the way the Rams chalked up a 41-36 victory over the host Cornets. Wilde hooped 12 points while Tom Mindio replied with 12 for the Comets. The host school gained some revenge in the B encounter as the Mustangs tripped the Colts 40-36 with Ray Romeril scor- ing 10 points for the winners. Jim Sinclair scored eight in a losing effort. Meanwhile at Catholic Central Friday the Cardston Cougars broke away in the se- cond half to down the Catholic Central Cougars 52-38. The Cardston club led 22-20 at the half but salted away the vic- tory with a strong second half. Jim Toone paced Cardston with 20 points. Bill Dudas had half that many for Catholic Central. In the B game Cardston made it a clean sweep with a 35-21 victory. Kate Andrews Gaels opened up a 17-13 half time lead to defeat F. P. Walshe of Fort Macleod 37-21 in Southwest League action Friday. David Janzen sparked the Gaels with 20 points. Ed Kropinak managed eight for Fort Macleod. Gaels are now 2-0 while Macleod evened its record at 1-1. Minor hockey The Marlands grabbed a 4-1 lead after the first period of play and went on to drub the Maple Leafs 6-4 in a Bantam game Thursday night. Rick Lietch led the Marlands with a pair of goals while singles came from Grant Steve Allan Duval and Brian Kanewischer. Roy Bob Matt Kelenc and Clement Crowflag replied for the Leafs. Meanwhile the North Stars skated to a slim 5-3 victory over the Stampeders in a Midget League encounter last night. It was a comeback win for the North Stars who trailed 2-1 after the opening period but managed to even the score 2-2 by the end of the second. Gordon Tyler Terry Dale Ptycia and Ross Matheson notched a goal apiece in the win while Dave Steve Campbell and Bill Henderson scored in a los- ing cause. QUEBEC Moscow Selects looked like just another hockey team for the first 10 minutes of their ex- hibition contest against Quebec Remparts Friday night. But after their unsteady the No. 2 team in the Soviet. Union's hockey hierarchy shook off whatever stage fright it had emerged from its shell.and went on tp trounce the Quebec Major Junior A Hockey League club 13-2. Boris top man on the Selects three-man coaching had an ex- planation for his team's slow start. Through an Maiorov explained that his young age not fully recovered from the time difference between here and Moscow. The team arrived in Montreal Wednesday night. they were excited be- cause it is their first time out of Russia and their first game in he said during a postgame interview. The Soviet coach said he did not think the one of the top junior aggregations in had the fit- to play and added that this lack of fit- ness hampered the Remparts over-all technique. Maiorov said his which is a stepping stone to the Soviet national prac- tises for at least 90 minutes each day and for one hour on game days. Asked if left winger Sergei a 20-year-old candi- date for the national could be classed as a star with the Selects on the strength of the five goals he scored against the the coach is not a star. There are no stars on a Soviet team. It's Kapustin today and someone else the next day. We could put out a much better team than the Maiorov insisted that Soviet national team players such as Valeri Kharlamov were miles ahead of any players currently here with the Selects. Kharlamov was one of the Soviet heros in last year's Team Canada-USSR confron- tation. If our competitors can't give you prompt delivery on your carpet that's too bad. You we anticipated a shortage of carpet sometime ago. And that's why a visit to The Carpet People Towne Country Furniture will solve all your carpet problems. We have what we might modestly call the finest selection of certainly in and probably in all of Canada. And we can deliver and install it within one week. That's one week. Truckloads of carpet from Georgia and other carpet fashion centres of the are rolling in on a daily basis. Short of stock we're not. And because we buy in this bulk our prices for high quality carpet are as low as all get out. In we defy anyone to match us. Quality for quality. Price for price. So if our competitors are having a hard time promising you that's too bad. Come and see us. Warehouse. prices. Prompt delivery. Two very good reasons why you should. Chargex Mastir Charge Lean Plan Deposit Will HoU-Fm Part Free Dell Storage _____________________________ 542 13th Street North Towfle 3M'1151 The Selects are here on a 14- eight-game tour of this country. Their next opposition comes from another QMJHL Chicoutimi Sunday afternoon. The Remparts scored first in the lopsided when Richard Nantais beat Soviet nctmindcr Victor Krivolapov at of the opening period with the Selects Vladimir Repnev in the penalty box for cross checking Quebec's starting Barrette. Short sport TITLE IN SIGHT HAVANA Host Cuba reeled off its llth straight 7-0 over Euro- pean champion to close in on its world in- vitational baseball cham- pionship Thursday. In other Puerto Rico held se- cond place by beating the Dutch Antilles Venezuela downed Mexico and the Dominican Republic defeated Panama 6-3. NO TIME TO SAIL LONDON The Royal Thames Yacht Club said Friday there was insuf- ficient time to build a respec- table 12-metre yacht so there would be no British challenge forthcoming for the 1974 America's Cup service. NO NO RACE VAL France The men's downhill race at Val Gardena and the men's slalom and giant slalom races at Madonna di Carn- which were to have been run next were cancelled Friday by the World Cup committee of the Inter- national Ski Federation for lack of snow. FRENCH IN PORT Australia The French Pen arrived in Sydney about noon Friday at the end of the first half of the Round the World yacht race. It was followed about three hours later by Great Britain II. But Repnev made up for his earlier penalty one minute later with a power-play goal of his own with Quebec's Charles Constantin in the box. Daniel Beaulieu popped in another power-play goal with a perfect only to watch Sergei Kotov even the score as the Quebec player looked on from the penalty bench. That was at Defenceman Sergei Korotov put the Selects ahead to stay at and Kapustin added his first goal of the night just before the period ended. Left winger Victor Schalimov scored his first of two goals with 66 seconds elapsed in the second with Kapustin adding the next four by the mark of the final frame. Schalimov and Repnev each- scored their second goals in the third while Valeri Balousof and Anatoli Kartaev finished the scoring. Royal Canadian Legion POPPY COMPAIGN COMMITTEE 1973 REPORT We wish to express sincere thanks to the members of the General Stewart Branch No. Royal Canadian a very special thanks to the Ladies Auxiliary to the General Stewart Branch No. Royal Canadian Ladies of the Sea Navy Army Air Girl Jr. Forest the news the business the Institutions and the many individual citizens who assisted us in reaching our 1973 objective of The funds made available to us from this campaign will be used In assisting needy veterans or their families and In remembering Veterans in hospitals. Interim Figures on the Drive INCOME Strot and store Poppy sales Out of sales 427.67 Schools and Institutions Wreath and ribbon sales Donations........................................ 937.88 Member's two Poppy donations EXPENSES Wreaths and popples Ribbons........................................... 122.50 workers expense postage A supplies Available for Charitable Distribution.......................... CLARE C.SIMPSON 1973 Poppy Campaign Chairman THINK Think hockey's tough Not on your You should have seen itway-back-when. A real man's game. And it called for a real man's beer. Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for big beer flavour. It's the one thing that doesn't change. Alberta's original Pilsner is still a year after year after year. Try it. You'll be a too. TBAniriAM YOU CAM TABTV PROM THE HOUSE Of LETHBRIDQE ;