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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Russ indicates interest ANDY CAPP Friday, December 11, 1970 THE tElHBRIDGE HERALD 15 DINNER GUEST Major League baseball umpire Tom Gorman became the second guest the Lethbridge Kinsmen Club has invited to it's Sportsman's Dinner Feb. 6, 1971. Gorman joins master of ceremonies Ernie Afaganis. Kinsmen. Club Gorman Tlie Kinsmen Club of Leth- bridge today announced their second guest for the'18th an- nual Kinsmen Sportsman's Dinner set for Saturday, Feb- ruary 6, 1971 at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion. Tom Gorman today joined Ernie Afaganis as a dinner guest of the Kinsmen Club. Gorman is one of the most popular major league umpires in the National League and to dale is the second man in se- niority in the senior league. Boys' and Girls' EXCHANGE PROFESSIONAL SKATE SHARPENING PER PAIR 500 COOPER OFFICIAL PUCKS EACH 190 FULL SIZE CCM COMET HOCKEY STICKS EACH FREE ROU OF TAPE WITH EACH STICK C.C.M. HOCKEY HELMETS EACH Check us for the best team prices in Southern Alberta. ''S .'rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thurs. S Fri. Till S> p.m. "Serving South Alberta for over 30 years." He began his career in base- ball in 1939 as a pitcher for the New York Giants but an arm injury curtailed his playing ca- reer. It was 1950 when Gor- man became a major league umpire and today is known as an "umpire's Gor- man has been the man behind the plate for many outstand- ing and memorable games in- eluding six all-star encounters. His reputation as an after dinner speaker is well-known throughout the sporting world and the Kinsmen Club is pleased to have Gorman as a dinner guest. Tickets for the dinner currently nn sale at Borer's Ci- gar Store Store. or Marcel's Cigar SIAHYMUK LOANED MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Canadiens of the National Hockey League announced Thursday night that goaltender Ray Martyniuk has been loaned to Kansas City Blues of the Cen- tral Hockey League for the re- mainder of the season. will play with Lions OTTAWA (CP) The Jour- nal says there is a possibility that Russ Jackson, retired quarterback of Ottawa Rough Riders, will return to profes- sional football with British Col- umbia Lions. Tlra newspaper says in an item in today's edition that "there are many wrinkles yetto be ironed out but efforts are being made, and Jackson is interested. It states the Lions have ap- wm event honors The University of Lethbridge teams turned Ln out- standing performances recent ly in the Alberta invitationa tournament. The inaie Chinooks won the Minor hockey The Ramblers from a 3-1 def- icit and trimmed the Eagles in Bantam B action last night. Kim Torfason banged in two _uals for the Ramblers while Brian Gaskell, David Toth, Terry McNeely and Darryl Vogt rapped in a goal apiece. Vogt's marker proved to be the win- er. For the Eagles John Wasil- ewski picked up two goals while Ed Bartel, Craig Merrel and Barry Huber managed a goal apiece. In Bantam A action the Red Wings dumped the Black Hawks 5-1 with the help of Ed Yalowega's two goals. Other Wings' markers came off the sticks of Cliff Miyshiro, Bob Salmon, and Bob Miles. Ken Gorrie averted the shut- out with a first period goal. David Hovan earned his sec- ond shutout of the year as the Stampeders blanked" the Com- ets 3-0 in midget action. Jim Henderson, Lyle Wright and Norm Michaelis accounted for the Stampeder markers. The Bisons and Penguins battled to a 2-2 deadlock in pee wee play as all four goals came in the third period. Dave Boulton and Chuck Moore scored for the B i s o n s while Jim Severtson and Mark Ully replied for the Penguins. Parcl outstanding in losing cause Ron's upended the Redskins Thursday evening B8-B4 in the first game of a City Men's Basketball League doublehead- sr. Ln the second garno Tom's edged Capri 67-63. Roger McAdam and Hugo Brees each hooped 16 points for Ron's while Alan Pard was outstanding in a losing effort as ha canned 37 points. Evans Daychief managed 10. Jim Elhert led the way for Tom's with 20 points followed by Elaine Burbank with 15. Gerry Kozub rattled the back- boards for 24 for Capri while Athol Thomas cliipped in with 13. "B" title by stopping Cold Lake 2-1 in the final three game se- ries. The locals had lost two games earlier to Cold Lake but came back to down Red Deer College in the semi-final for an- other crack at Cold Lake. In thiir second meeting the Chi- nook prevailed. Against Bed Deer the Chi- nooks won 15-5 and 16-14. In the second game they trailed 9-14 but scored seven straight points to advance to the final. The gals were not quite as lucky as they lost out in the B section due to points for and against. The locals battled Uni- versity of Alberta Farkels II to a standstill, 15-11 and 11-15, in the final but lost on their av- erage over the course of the tourney. Edmonton Phoenix won the men's A event over University of Calgary Dinnies, 2-1. The Dinnies knocked off the Alber- ta Senior Volleyball League champions, the unbeaten Cal- gary Premiers, to gain the fi- nal berth. The women's A event was won by Calgary Cals 2-0 over the University of Calgary. Derald Fretts, Art Bareham, Allen Sorge and Dave Snell all turned in strong perform- ances for the Chinooks in tile weekend action. proached the Ottawa club to try to make a deal for the rights to Jackson, and it quotes Vancou- ver general manager Denny Veitch as saying the Eastern Football Conference Club would not discuss or comment on it. "The Lions are thinking in terms of roughly a with various payment deferrals and some real esta considerations and so on to he relieve the tax bite. "Jackson will not comm himself but he does admit would listen." Jackson retired after playii the season in which Ottaw won the Grey Cup. He said that time he felt he had hi enough and he wanted to devo time to his family and his ca eer. He is principal at Chan plain high school here. However, The Journal sa that if a deal for Vancouv were to come through, iiu coul take sabbatical leave from t Ottawa Collegiate Board, after University of British Columb and take extra courses whi< would in the final analysis a his career. "The Hough Rider course at least the newspape says. "They cannot offer hi They would like have him play again, but th Rough Riders simply cannot ford that kind of money. "And yet they don't want deal away his rights for cas or a player, because how cou they justify that to the fans They have to wonder wnc they could possibly get in retui from the Lions which cou make the deal look even reaso ably acceptable." When Jackson last played fi Ottawa, he had a basic contrat of a season, plus be nuses. Jackson led Ottawa to three Grey Cups since joining the clu in 1958 after graduating from McMaster University in Kami ton. Short sport WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, DEC. 14 8.30 p.m. INCREDIBLE BOUT BROUGHT BACK! ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER and BOB SWEETAN vs SWEET DADDY SIKI and Git HAYES Mighty Urses and Bill Marchuk, Referees DUPRi vs CARUSO AUSTIN vs PACCHIANO LUECK VI PIRIE plus 3 More Big Bouls Admission Box Office Opens 7 Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJIH-TV p.m. DEFEATS POLAND MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet Union exploded for five goals in the first period Thursday night and went on to defeat Poland 7- in the Moscow International Hockey Tournament. DUNKLEY HONORED TORONTO (CP) Wayne )unkley, replacement quarter- jack for University of Toronto Varsity Blues, has been voted quarterback of the year in the annual Canadian Press poll of the Ontario-Quebec Athletic As- sociation. WINS AWARD CHICAGO (AP) -Walter Al- ston, manager of Los Angelas Dodgers since 1954 and dean of major league pilots, will receive the J. Louis Comiskey award at the Chicago baseball writers' Diamond Dinner Jan. 10, it was announced Thursday. The award is for long and meritorious service to base- ball. LEAGUE EXPANDS NEW YORK (AP) The North American Soccer League expanded Thursday to eight teams for the 1971 season by granting franchises to New York and Toronto. Other teams are in Atlanta, Dallas, Kansas City, St. Louis, Washington and Rochester. N.Y. STADIUM RENAMED HAMILTON (CP) Civi Stadium, home of Hamilton Ti ger-Cats of the Canadian Foo ball League, has been rename Ivor Wynne Stadium, it was an nounced Wednesday. Mr. Wynne, who died Nov. 1 was a former athletic directo and dean of men at McMaste University and a former pres dent of the Canadian Interco legiate Athletic Union. WILUAiUS TO STAY MINNEAPOLIS tre Tommy Williams of Min ncsota North Stars says he wi finish the National Hocke League season. Williams, whose wife die less than ago h "never really thought abttit re tiring" as reported earlier thi week, despite the problems h has faced trying to take car of his five children, the young est Vk. DEFENDS TITLE INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) Fresh Yankee, 1970 Harnes Horse of the Year, faces archri val Dayan and six. other con tenders Saturday afternoon when she tries to defend her championship in the American Trotting Classic a Hollywood Park. Fresh Yankee, owned by Dun- can MacDonald of Sydney, N.S. will also try to move closer to becoming the first minion-dollar ;rotter. STOP SAVE SERVICE 139 13th St. N. Phone 327-8953 Located directly across from Simpsons-Sears LEASEE, JIM MILLER mm mA mm GAS FOR LESS Lowest Prices In Town! OIL CHANGE ONLY 1.98 PRICE INCtUDES OIL FREE Grease Job with every Oil CHango OPEN 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK For Pipe Smokers... Leonard Payne again offen you his famous CHRISTMAS SPECIAL With every Leonard Payne Pipe you get an English roll up tobacco pouch and a package of your favor- ite tobacco with our compliments. See the entire selection at your friends and your dealers at Marcel's Smoke Shop 740 4th Ave. S. Professional Pldg. Phone 327-0146 SEE THE NEW LEONARD PAYNE DRI RULE CLASSIC With Its own built-in condenser. No more wet smokes. No tar. No Remember, with Payne Canadian Pipes you never ever pay for any repairs. BUY CANADIAN BUY LEONARD PAYNE EMPLOYMENT TRICKY PAIR-THE BI3'UN NEVER DOES WHAT'E SAYS, AN1 THE LITTLE 'UN NEVER WHAT