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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta WFL planning draft NEWPORT BEACH. Calif The World Football League announced Friday it would draft current professional football players at a meeting in New York Jan 22 Gary president of the newly-formed said the WFL's first college draft is scheduled for Feb 5 in Chicago our professional we will select from players now in the National Football the Cana- dian Football League and semi-professional Davidson said. players drafted will be on negotiation lists for those teams drafting them even though they may not now be eligible to sign with the World Football he added. Teams will select in an order to be determined by a draw The league has eight franchises New York. Chicago. Los Angeles Orange Boston. Florida and Detroit STARGELL WINS PITTSBURGH -Pitt- sburgh Pirate outfielder Willie Stargell was named Thursday as the winner of the first Roberto Clemente Memorial Award Stargell received 27 of 29 first-place votes LAND FOR or nine quarters of Alberta's top agricultural land in Camrose area. Flat no anhydrous fertili- produces top yields. Two modern- ized houses and two sets of farm buildings included. Partially bordering Highway close to town. Well priced at per acre. Call or write TONY 436-1140. Buxton Real Estate Ltd. 10623-51 Edmonton. Cougars earn win Fish and Game bosses The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association is all set for the 1974 season after the annual election of officers. Elected left to Niels Bob and Nick Alvau. left to Bruce Harold Joe Larry .Gerry Pittman and Frank Deane. Bob Vair is the president. Roundup of bowling scores We'd like to wish our friends happy and also happy From Ken and Len AT Norbridne 66 Service Phone 327-6766 740 23rd St. N. Lethbridge CAPRI BOWL YBC JET BOYS Stephen Craiggs Jimmy Lawson Craig Ellis Brent Baldrey Tommy Doyle Dean Hovey Adev Ahluwaha Darren Seibel Bob Williams Robert McCracken 133 YBC BANTAM BOYS Faron Ellis Geof Krokosh Perry Allen Gerg Schaffer Don Tmordi Dana Garrick Edwin Burwash Stephen Taylor Mike Tolley Mark Wright Steven Keiver 200 YBC JET GIRLS Sandra Ferguson Nadine Poch Margaret Smyke 141. Patti Stanton Lee-Ann Tunstall Darcy Shigehiro Judy McKay Sharon Mezei Lora Lee Burwash Lawrena Kreutz 110 YBC BANTAM GIRLS Jaelynn Dorge Cara Coulter Jan Baker Pam Virostek 176. Lorraine Kwan Stacey McCurdy Susan Gelleny Lori Chaki Marnee Larko Pam Shigehiro 187 YBC JUNIORS SENIORS Shaun Moar Darryl Lazaruk 297 Jim Rapuano 269 Brian Kanewischer Duane Guzzi 273 Max Coupland Pat Hamilton 253 Cherye Obermeyer Jennifer Mabm 269 Leslie Killms 242 Karen Gelleny Darlene Terry 220 Ml SI'OHI.S Ann Duval 220 Mary Nicolson Brown Mary Minalik Barb Jarvie 247 Sydney R pley Mary Negrey 260 Elaine Tompkins Evelyn More Kathy Plerzchala 223 Jenny Copeland 223 YBC SCHOOLS Juniors Mike Gerla 234 Michele Maclean Crystal DanSudo Malmda Hamilton Bev Passey 224. Tom Miklos 190 Brad Kirscnenman Brent Carson Jackie Pearson Dam M M a m a r a 1 5 5 Terry Kirschenman Floyd Moncneff Mark Sharun Cheryl Smith 141 FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Jack Shackleton 233. Jo Ann Han- cock Bonnie Cahoon Wilf Lake Louis Lirette Dale Pushor Co Langeslag Fran COLOUR OR BLACK WHITE KEEPS YOUR CAMERA LOADED jm LEAVE YOUR FILMS FOR DEVELOPING AND AND RECEIVE A NEW ROLL OF FILM AT NO EXTRA CHARGE IN YOUR FINISHING ENVELOPE. COLOUR FILM Quality You pay only for the film developing and for the amount of prints you No Hidden Charges No Coupons KMOTMENT STORES COLOUR or BLACK WHITE SIZES 110 120 620 127 126 135mm Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drlva We reserve the right to limit quantities IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Beresnak 253 Audrey Hardy Henry.Hardy 233. YOUNG ADULTS Adella Bessellng 326 Nadine Kovacs 288 Linda Malcomson 288 Jennifer Mabm 254 Bernie Pohl 274 John Jardme John Wildman 298 Kim Kovacs 288 Craig -Waterfield 329 Darwm Romanchuk 277 PIONEER LEAGUE George Blacker Henry Bechthold Joe Khma Gun- nar Holte Jean Thomson Chris Carter Burga Fettig Bob Bunn Ed Lmn Clayton Bricker Adam Fettig Bill Kregosky 179 HIGA'S Lena Moore Linda Reynolds Chris Ell Pat Jarvie Kae Mann Marge Clark Annette Neville Shirley Boyd Linda Wilkens shows stuff ASSOCIATED PRESS Lenny Wilkens showed why he is captain of Cleveland Cavaliers when he returned to the starting lineup Friday after missing seven games with a sprained ankle and led Cleveland to a 101-96 victory over Seattle SuperSonics 'I'm glad to have the captain said Cleveland Coach Bill Fitch first time he went in he gave us the spark we needed In other NBA Buf- falo beat New York Knicks 117-115. Detroit edged Golden State 107-104 Atlanta blasted Houston Los Angeles neat Phiiadeipnia 116-107 and Boston defeated Portland 124- 120 in overtime In the American Basketball New York beat Virginia Indiana edg- ed San Antonio Denver defeated Memphis Utah trimmed Kentucky 86-85 and San Diego beat Carolina 140- 130 While Wilkens was providing the Austin Carr was providing the points. He scored 30 and helped Cleveland pile up an 11- point second period lead Dick Snyder scored 35 points for the SuperSonics. It was a shooting match with Dave Bing bringing Detroit back from a 93-86 deficit with three baskets in a row in the final minutes of play For the Barry hit for 35 points and Russell finished with 34 Minor hockey The Falcons came up with a hard-fought 3-2 victory over the Bears in a Pee Wee game Friday night. Robert Kenny Masson and Mike Masson tallied for the Falcons while Russell Lang and Perry Osberg replied for the Bears. In another Pee Wee the Vikings and Totems battl- ed to a 3-3 draw. Ken Barry Stenhene and Blair Spence scored a goal apiece for the Vikings while John Gary Heathcote and Dave Anteny tallied for the Totems. Larry Gardner fired in a pair of goals and lifted the Comets to a 3-3 stalemate with the North Stars in a Midget League game Thurs- day night Tom Haibur chipped in with a single marker for the Comets while Gordon Tyler Martinuk and Barrel Voght notched a goal each for the Stars. Aspeslet Barb Scattergood 252 PREBUILT SOCIAL Judy Harnack 275 Joe Hart Brad Elder 310 Judy Lagasse Emanuel Senile 233. John Kovacs Bob Thompson Hattie McDonald Kevin Low 239 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Frank Bathgate Bill Tymensen 262 Mel Vergutz 260 Pete Berthiaume 306 Its Tanaka 264 Edith Voth 260 Berniece Pavan 301 Laurel Blasetti Brenda Goodhope Kaye Bathgate 247 WEDNESDAY MORNING Wilda Howells Tilly Roberts Bernice Hay Diane Decaire Ethel Harvie Marg Held Lois Weir Marg Legge Jean Burnette Bev Harrison Linda Aspeslet 231 Sydney Ripley 223 MARTINIZING Kay Castles Maye HieBert 256 Elsie Brown Carolyn Wilde Judy Tamayose 253 Mary Mihahk 294 Masa Goshmmon 268 Jeanette Sneed 292 Linda Vrabel 264 Pat Henderson 270 Lorraine Kirchner 299 Jean Passey 346 Geraldlne Hecker Guila Bunnage 313 GREEN'S SHOES Dianne Violini 308 Karlyn Spitzer 288 Linda Malcomson 279 Eleanor Dongatti 265 Isabella Bergman 263 Darrell Lagler 323 Frank Turtle 366 Sam Glrardi 315 Bill Hamilton 296 John Rempel 299 EAGLES LODGE Mary Ward Len Groves 262. Norm Miller Geo Matchett 274 Phyl Moore Marie Barnett 261 John La Rocque Doug McCarthy 313 Evelyn Groves Larry Veres 227 Arizona stuns Pittsburgh Ariz. Danny White's 62-yard touchdown pass to Greg Hudson and Woody Green's 23- yard dash for a score a minute later broke open an error- filled Fiesta Bowl game Fri- day sending Arizona State Sun Devils to a 28-7 vic- tory over Pitt Panthers The lOth-ranked Sun 11-1. had entered the game as the nation's top scoring 44 6 points a but the un- two-touchdown under- dog didn't fall behind until Danny Kush booted a 30-yard field goal late in the third period for a 10-7 margin Arizona State stunned Pitt- sburgh with White's pass that went 60 yards to Hudson A fumble by Pitt quarter- back Mel Daniels and recovered by ASU's Mike who also intercepted two led to the field goal by Kush The who lost four fumbles and had four passes gave Arizona State the opportunity to go ahead 22-7 on Green's run 1 16 after Hudson's catch. Punter Larry Swider fumbled the centre snap and kicked the ball only five yards out of bounds On the next Green broke through for the 23-yard score. who scored on a one- yard run after another Daniels fumble later in the fourth netted 131 yards on 25 carries. He out-rushed freshman All-American Tony Dorsett of who was denied a breakaway run and had 100 yards in 30 carries Try IMori You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO PITH-JONES KAMNC SERVICE WPUYOmAl 3rd 8. The Catholic Central Cougars came up with a hard- fought 43-37 victory over the Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels in an exhibition boys' basket- ball game Friday night. The who are members of the Southwest Conference Boys' Basketball gave the Cougars a run for their money as they held quarter leads of 22-21 and 29-27. Only in the final two minutes of play did the who toil in the Southern Alberta High School Boys' Basketball slat away the win John Mackley led the Cougars' attack with a 19 point performance while RESIGNS VANCOUVER Van- couver Blazers of the World Hockey Association Friday announced the resignation of club president Tiff effective immediately. Club chairman Jim Pattison said Trimble had accepted a position with an Eastern Canada communications com- pany SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT UOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE David Janzen paced the Gaels with a 17-point outing. In another exhibition the Coaldale Wildcats edged the CCHS Flyers 46-45 The Gaels used the exhibi- tion tilt as a tune-up for their fourth annual SWCBBL tourney slated for Jan. 4-5 at Fort Macleod. All eight teams in the conference will participate in the two-day double knockout event. We will be closed Dec Tues Dec 25 and Dec. 26th Freddie's Paint Ltd. 816 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5540 DISCOVER Kerber Floors 1251 2nd Avenue South to Wall Broadloom Vinyl Sheet Goods and Tiles A Large selection of End Rolls and Remnants ON SALE NOW Free Estimates Phone 327-0023 After Hours 327-7133 Alberta CAUTION Extra long and wide logging truck loads are now on Alberta highway During the winter months you will encounter specially extra wide and extra logging trucks on Alberta highways You are asked to use extreme caution when either approaching or passing these trucks. At the end of the which could be as much as 100 feet long and 10 feet you will notice two reflectionized and day glow log haul safety signs Along the side of the load you will notice the reflectorized blaze orange bunk stakes In areas where these logging trucks are you will also encounter road signs advising you to take caution and others just saying logging trucks Remember during the winter months extra long extra wide and extra high logging trucks will be using Alberta's highways. On forest area roads loads can be up to 15 feet wide or even 145 feet in length Please be cautious and drive carefully O Drive with care. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT ;