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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Suturcfny, December 17, TURN ABOUT IS FAIR PLAY Tournament of Roses Queen Kafhy Arnett welcomes members of the Ohio Slate football team to Pasadena today by fossing them some famous California oranges. The Buckeyes, how- ever, decided to join in the game and started tossing them back. Ohio State arrived in Los Angeles today in preparation for their Rose bowl game Jan. 1 with Stanford. Ferguson makes first goal of season count iens have tough time with Canucks It's a day of reckoning Sunday for at least 10 By Tilt: CANADIAN PRESS period, had to hold mi to stop lien Vachon blocked 28 for the tourer net and John Ferguson Vvan Cournoyer, the diminu- llve right winger with Montreal Cajiadiens, appeared headed for a successful season in the early weeks of the National Hockey League before an injury forced him out of the lineup. The five-foot, seven-inch 165- pounder and a specialist on the power-play was the NHL's lead- ing goal scorer towards the end of October with 10 scored when his team had a man advantage. Then he was sidelined. But since his return to regular action, the speedy Canadien has been slowly regaining Ills early- season form and Friday night he scored two 15th and lead bis team to a 'i-3 victory over Vancouver Can- neks. In the night's only other game, Norm Ferguson scored iiis first goal of the season to give California Golden Seals a 1-0 victory over Philadelphia Fivers. The Canadiens. after taking a iSssisas I? 5? i f the Canucks who would the Canadiens and Kurten- noved (wo points behind was again led moved to. third-place Canadiens with captain Orland Kurten-bach, who scored a goal and Mahovlich each received minors and majors ant was Short-handed picked up an extra Cournoyer's play sparked on goals by minutes for allowing a rlabs especially in the first and Murray Hall. to leave the bench. periods as he tested was his 15th of the win moved the goalies Charlie Hodge and Dune Vilson continually. The midway in the third period a small scuffle broke into a sixth-place tie with liens fired 38 shots at Pete Mahovlich and Angeles Kings. The Seals -lodge and Wilson while tangled in front of the been in last place in the Can'l, be traded without Flood gets his a NEW YORK (AP) Senators, calling if Flood and the Senators and Washington a year, but his unable to agree on a new Sob Short have an agreement in -hich Flood cannot be traded >ithout Iiis consent, Tte Asso-iated Press has learned. The controversial outfielder, has a antitrust uit against baseball, signed preceded by an oral agreement With Short. The oral agreement, sealed by a handshake, provides that Flood cannot be traded without his consent, a no-cut pact guar-anteeins a full season's following the 1971 season, Flood will be given his unconditional release and become a free agent. Flood was not available for comment Friday but Short, reached in Minneapolis, said: andard contract with Wash- i for 1971 in any eventuality, stand behind the con- which bears his signature my signature. doesn't include the stipula- he requested about not Christmas Gift! for the the reserve clause in the contract. hell with verbal agree- our Family! Give a There is a written agreement and I stand behind it. It's published. The only thing standard about it (the GOLF MEMBERSHIP 1 contract) is that it says it won't prejudice his case against baseball." AT THE Kuhn, baseball com- said "Any oral HENDERSON LAKE between Flood and Kob Short that rray have been GOLF CLUB is not binding." "I am sure they both understand it. The only agreement is binding is that written in standard contract." Just clip oul this ad, after checking the appropriate membership you wish lo give, and place the ad in an envelope under your Christmas Iree! After Christmas, you send the membership application with full name and address, along with proper amount in form of cheque or money order, lo; HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB P.O. BOX 1094, LETHBRIDGE, ALIA. CAWC JHVJ, if you submit full payment by Jan. 31, bolow Sf MEMBERSHIP FOR 1971 SHAREHOLDER MALE 100.00 FEMALE COUPIE 145.00 FAMILY (DcDcnctents to aae 18) 165.00 from schedule NON-SHAREHOLDER Flood has signed a standard I contract and, like any other player, is subject to the reserve clause, Kuhn said. FOLLOWED REFUSAL The oral agreement made by Flood and Short came after asis that would case his tax oad. "Until noon (Friday) I de- cided I was gone. Then I got this phone call. It was, by the vay. the first phone call I have received from Argos. In a cou- ple of days everything will come up roses. WINNIPEG (CP) Bob Pickering of Milestone, Sask., kept his winning record intact Friday night in the Manisphere tournament of champions. He skips the only unbeaten rink going into the last full day of play, before the finals. Pickering defeated Saska- toon's Merv Mann 7-6 in an ex- tra end Friday night to stop Mann's unbeaten string at four games. Sixteen teams, divided into two groups, are playing in the bonspiel in a round robin series. The top two teams in each group meet in the semi- finals and finals Sunday. Pickering unbeaten in five games leads group "B" and Mann with a 4-1 record is right behind. Doug Wankel if Elbow, Sask., is 3-1 and Edmonton's Matt Baldwin is 2-2, while Bud Somerville of Superior, Wise., is 2-3. Harold Worth of Delisle, Sask.. is 1-3 and Larry Taylor of Winnipeg is 1-4. Winnipeg's Terry Braunstein has yet to win a game in four starts. On the "A" side of the tour- nament Calgary's Ron North- cott is 4-1, followed by Alfie Philips Jr. of Toronto who is 3-1 and Bob Lemecha of Winni- peg who is 3-2. Hec Gervais of Edmonton is 2-2 as is Winni- peg's Gord Lowry. Ernie Rich- ardson of Regina is 2-3 and Lyall Dagg of Vancouver is 1-3. Winnipeg's Don Duguid is 1-4. On Friday night Mann drew to tire eight foot mark to the 10th to get two and force an extra end. In that extra end Mann, with his last rock drew to the four foot and Pickering made a straight takeout to win. In other games Friday Som- merville defeated Braunstein 10-3, Northcott edged Richard- son 7-5 and Duguid picked up his first win of the bonspiel by beating Worth 11-4. Lowry beat Dagg 7-6 in an extra end. Earlier in the day it was Pickering over Wankel by 6-4 count and Northcott over Le- mecha 0-5. Baldwin beat Tay- lor by a similar score and Phil- lips edged Richardson 9-8. Mann easily handled Sorn- merville 124 and Pickering beat Worth 8-6. Gervais beat Dagg 104 Lemecha beat Du- guid 94 but lost later by a 9-12 count to Richardson. Wankel defeated Braunstein 11-3 and Mann defeated Taylor 6-4. it was Phillips over Duguid 8-6 and Northcott over Lowry 3-.7- Approximately 9.000 curling fans have watched the two days' activity. Four draws wera scheduled for today. RECEIVE GRANTS OTTAWA (CP) Twenty stu- dents "of promising interna- tional athletic calibre" have been given grants to help them pursue athletic and aca- demic careers, Health Minister John Munro announced Friday. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NHL STANDINGS Boston Z! New York Montreal M Vancouver 1! Detroit..... K Toronto 11 .ulfalo..... t T F A PIS 5 133 77 45 5 90 58