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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ins kEinDmuuE wwvvumi Warriors beaten South 'Stars sharp belt Northerners 8-3 TABER i Ken Woodkev of Calgary Canucks and Roger Mitchell of Drumheller Falcons scored two goals each Wednesdav night as the South dumped the North 8-3 in an Alberta Junior Hockev League All-Star game Grant Pushie and Jim Bertram of Drumheller Dean Magee of Calgary and Randv of Lethbndge add ed the other goals for the southern division entry in the game a prelude to a two game series involving AJHL All Stars and the national junior team of Finland The North team plays tonight in Red Deer and the squad is set 10 play Fn aav m Drumneiier Wittchen and Kelly Bunrt of Red Deer Rustlers dnd John Hawkins of the Pass Red Devils replied for the North The southern entrv led 3-0 dnd 4-2 bv periods Onlv two penalties were In the game before 800 Mesnwhile in Southern Juvenile League ac- ion Ltlhbndge s two entries he Midget Elks and Kinsmen Juvenile Warriors took it on he chin In High River the Elks iropped a narrow 4-3 verdict o the Fivers while laresholm Chppers scored our times in the third period o bounce the Warriors 5 2 John McKee and Brian Udsson led the for laresholm as they broke a tight 1 1 contest Both cored two goals to go with a ingle bv Doug Kemerv James Mars in the first lenbd and Dick Shardlow in he third accounted for the Vdrrior markers Hawley now four away High River the host club slowed the high flying Elks as Gord Flaterud scored twice in the third period to offset a single marker Scott Jarvie Lee Switzer completed the scoring for the Flyers with a goal in each of the first two periods Jarvie also notched an open- ing period goal while Bruce Mack scored in the second Elks outshot and outhustled High River but found the door to the goal locked by Ken Wegner Elks fired 47 shots at Wegner while the Flyers fired JO Eignteen penalties in the game saw the Elks get the nod on eight minors and the only major of the game Smith sparks Whalers LAUREL Md Jockey Sandy Hawley manag- one winner at Laurel race track Wednesday leav 'him four short of his goal jf SCO winning rides this year TJie Whitby Unt native his 496th win in the iftjh race aboard Union Soldier which returned 80 and 60 Hawley who last Thursday masked Willie Shoemaker's Notfth American record of 285 vinjs in one year also rode Off to a second-place mush Wednesday in the third act A third period fight ignited thp Whalers at tack for five goals and an 8-6 win over Toronto Toros in a World Hockev Association Reed claims no strike at present REGINA George Reed president of the Cana dian Football League Players Association says player demands for more money are negotiable and they are not thinking about striking Reed s statement follows broadcast reports from Calgarv that the association will not modify its position dnd will strike if owners don t agree to pav more money for exhibition game salaries and dailv expenses during training camp Some of the figures men tioned are fairlv close Reed all star fullback with Saskatchewan Roughnders said in a telephone interview Irom Saskatoon Tuesday night But some of them dren t haven t finalized dll the proposals They 11 be readv bv the middle of Januarv The Calgarv report quoted dn unnamed member of the plavers association saying the plavers will not change their demands He said the plavers want an increase in exhibition pay from a game to next year and in 1975 Increases in daily training camp expense money from a dav last year to next vear and in 1975 are also being demanded the plaver said The figures that have been mentioned may change or may not said Reed And we are not saying that it s our final offer or anything like that at Boston Wednesday The fight pitted Toronto s Jack Gibson against Whaler goalie Al Smith who ended up with minor major and mis conduct penalties Two of the five New England markers triggered by the battle came from John P rench giving him four for the night French said it was the fight that changed the game around It got us going as a team and everyone began giving a little extra he said We realized thev had beaten us before and we owed them something Hugh Harris Tim Sheery Paul Hurlev and Al Karlander also counted for Whalers Tom Simpson led Toronto with two Greg Trottier Gib- son Rick Sentes and Wayne Carleton scored a goal each RECOVERY WAS FAST Smith recovered well from the fight and with Don Black- burn serving his penalties allowed onlv one goal the rest of the wav New England coach Ron Rvan said French had only given the Whalers three goals before Wednesdays game but he s 100 per cent hustle Mostly he has just been shooting in bad luck But he broke out with a bang tonight In other Wednesday Vancouvei Blazers edged Quebec Nordiques 2-1 in over time Houston Aeros strafed Winnipeg Jets 3-2 Los Angeles Sharks devoured Ed- monton Oilers 7-2 and Jersey Knights beat Cleveland Crusaders 4-2 Tonight the Crusaders meet the Toros in Toronto Rookie Michel Plante gave the hometown Blazers their victory when he grabbed Ed Hatoum s rebound and lifted a backhander high into the net over fallen Quebec goaltender Richard Brodeur at 3 30 of overtime It was Plante s first professional goal DEAR fr SKI CARRIERS TIRE CHAINS TEMRO BATTERY WARMERS TRUCK PILE SEAT COVERS STEREO SPEAKERS HOOD PINS HOT SEATS Auto Supply J 421-5th St. South Phone 327-4951 South club presses Bruce Small to fires the puck at North goalie Ron Bourcier of Red Deer Rustlers in Alberta Junior League Ail- Star encounter at Taber Wednesday of the Lethbndge and teammate Randy Joevenazzo jersey left of combined for a goal as the South belted the North 8-3 Overtime victory for CCHS Cougars Catholic Central Cougars came up with a slim 48-43 overtime victory over the Cardston St Mary's Indians in an exhibition boys' basketball game Wednesday night It was a close battle all the way as the clubs exchanged the lead after each of the first three quarters The Indians had jumped to a 10-2 lead after the opening quarter but the Cougars fought back to take a mere 19- 18 margin into the dressing room at the end of the second Kunzman critical ONTARIO Calif Race driver Lee Kunzman remained unconscious in critical condition today with head injuries suffered when an Indianapolis-type car he was driving hit a wall at 190 miles an hour at Ontario Motor officials said Kunzman 29 was listed as stable under intensive care at San Antonio Hospital where he was in a coma following the crash during tire tests Tuesday The Indians fought back again and vaulted to a 36-29 lead after the third quarter and still maintained a two- point edge with some 30 seconds remaining in the game A hard-fought victory slipped out of their hands dur- ing the final stages as Guy Pomahac hooped the key basket to force the three- minute overtime session The two clubs battled end- to-end during the overtime period but the Cougars salted away the victory on Brad Peake's two consecutive baskets John Mackley led the Cougar scorers with a 19-pomt performance while Bill Dudas chipped in with a solid 14-pomt outing. Godfrey Weasel Head was the big gun for the Indians with 24 19 of them com- ing in the second half In a preliminary boys the CCHS junior high varsity boys edged St Mary's 22-20 Meanwhile the Cougars used the exhibition tilt as a tune-up for their league en- counter Friday night who have tasted defeat in their initial two games this will take on the league-leading Rams at the Lethbndge Collegiate In- stitute gym The Rams and Christmas Gift Suggestions for your Trailer and Camper Stick-on Indoor Outdoor Thermometer Trailer Level S1390 '12-Volt Coffee Maker Air Compressor....... 12-Volt Vacuum PrebCo. RECREATION VEHICLES 600-4lh Raymond Comets sport 2-0 records and share top spot in the five-team league The Magrath Zeniths will also see action as they travel to Cardston while the Comets are scheduled to play an ex- hibition game against Calgary Bishop Carroll in Raymond All league games are set to go at eight o'clock Friday night with preliminary B boys' matches on tap for 6 30 A host of Southwest Conference Basketball League games will also be staged this weekend Action will get underway tonight with Kate Andrews Gaels entertaining the Vaux- hall Vikings at 8 30 and will continue Friday night with five more games In boys play Friday Stirling visits Milk River travels to Picture Butte and Fort Macleod will take a jaunt to Winston Churchill Only two games are scheduled in girls league play and will have Fort Macleod in Lethbndge against Winston Churchill and see Coaldale in Vauxhall The weekend action will ter- minate Saturday night with four boys' tilts and another two in the gals' league Picture Butte is at Vaux- hall. Taber is at Winston Stirling is at Fort Macleod and Coaldale is at Milk River The two girls games will see Picture Butte at Vauxhail and Taber at Winston Churchill Dolohan spark victories Miners Libary and the Community College emerged with wins in City Recreation Hockey League action In the first game Cam Hogdin scored twice and helped out on another as the Miners got past Purity Bottl- ing 4-2 Ken Koskoski and Ken Boulton added single markers for the winners Doug Harrold and Greg Hogdin each chipped in with two assists Dennis Oberg and Murray Brown replied for the Bottlers Three point outings by Randy Dolohan and Gerry Veres sparked the College to its 5-1 triumph Dolohan scored twice and assisted on another while Veres notched a single marker to go with two helpers the other College goals went to Lawrence Richter and John Peterson. 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