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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 1, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 ANDY CAPP THE BOY FRIEND ONAT'lMjSANDRA -'E'LL CRACK. TIMES DID YOU .PROPOSE TO ANDY? ONCE TOO OFTEN, DEAR THAT'S JUST SILLY, PET, DON'T GIVE UP I'VE GOT MY PRIDE, Winner must meet Bugner says WBC Cardston remains undefeated with 67-41 victory over CCHS LOS ANGELES (AP) The World Boxing, Council will sanction the March 24 Muhammad Ali-Chuck Wepner heavyweight light in Cleveland as a title match ,if the winner meets England's Joe Bugner, it was announced Thursday. Bob Turley, vice-president of the WBC, said he conferred with WBC president Ramon Velasquez in Mexico City and delegate James Deskin in Ne- vada and came to this con- clusion: "Since the heavyweight class is unique in that the champion never has a chance to fight an over-the-weight fight as all other classes can, it is our recommendation that we acknowledge this fight if both contestants... make the first obligatory defence against Joe Bugner. Turley said the WBC had been asked by the British Box- ing Board of Control not to sanction the Ali-Wepner fight because champion AH was meeting a fighter not ranked among the top 10 challengers. Turley, also a member of the California State Athletic Commission, added: "The WBC does not'permit rematches, and since we re- Sifford fires 71 ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) Charles Sifford shot a one-un- der-par 71 Friday but slipped into a tie for the lead in the Professional Golfers' Associ- ation Seniors tournament. Moving into a tie with the long-time tour pro at five un- der 139 were Chick Harbut, who had a 68, and Fred Wampler, who had a 70. Three shots farther back at 142 were Bill Johnston, with a 71, and Joe Taylor with a 73. At 143 were Tommy Bolt, 71, Julius Boros, 71, Ed Furgol, 72, and Billy Capps, 71. Six-time Seniors champ Sam Snead was one of 10 players tied at 144. Others at 144 were former National Hockey League player Bill Ezinicki, Felice Torza, Hans Merrill, Ray Montgomery, Chandler Harper, Herman Scharlau, Harold Reed, Bob Gajda, Fred Haas and Doug Ford of Ireland. quire a (new) champion to meet someone in the top 10 be- fore any rematch, the Ali- Wepner fight does not meet our regulations. We want the winner of that fight to fight Joe Bugner within a reasonable amount of time before he could then fight George Foreman." He said if All beats Wepner, All would be expected to fight Bugner, or at least have sign- ed for a fight with the British champion before the WBC's annual convention in October, "or he would be in danger of having us withdraw our recognition." In the latest WBC ratings, Foreman is listed as the No. 1 contender, followed by Joe Frazier, Ron Lyle and. then Bugner with Oscar Bonavena No. 5. The Cardston Cougars rack- ed up their ninth win without a loss in Southern Alberta 4A Boy's Basketball League play Friday night as they dumped Catholic Central Cougars 67- 41. Rod Beazer piled up 18 points for the winners and Ken Leavitt added 10. For Catholic Central, who trailed 38-21 at the half, Ray Mackley had 15 points and Warren McEwan 10. the junior varsity contest, Hal Sloane had 18 points and Shane Phillips add- ed 14 as the Cardston Wildcats swept to a 64-20 win over Catholic Central Flyers. The two leaders both picked up wins in Southwest Conference varsity boys' play Friday night. In Picture Butte, the Sugar Kings downed Stirling Lakers 56-44 after building up a 27-20 halftime margin. Marvin Bebek led the Pic- ture Butte attack with 16 Joins Beny's Sales Staff Brian Blair Gerry Wagenvoort, General Sales Manager, Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile is pleased to an- ndunce the appointment of Brian Blair as Time Sales Man- ager. Brian was born and raised in Winnipeg. He recently" came. to Lethbrldge from Calgary where he spent 5 years in the finance field. Brian is well qualified to look after all your finance needs. His advice to you is: Deal With Beny... You'll BENY-HT BENY Chevrolet Oldsmobile 2nd Ave. and 8th Streets. Phone 328-1101 It's WHO you know that counts points while Murray Hughes followed with 14. Robert Kupecz rimmed 12 points for Stirling. In Fort Macleod, the Flyers kept pace with Picture Butte by downing Taber W. R. Myers 53-32. Elaine Barr notched 22 points and Chris Donahue chipped in with 12 for Macleod, who led just 25-21 at the half. Tim Jesperson was tops for Myers with 15. Both Fort Macleod and Pic- ture Butte are now 9-1 in league play. Elsewhere, Kate Andrews Gaels built up a 24-14 lead by halftime and held on to edge Milk River Comets 45-41. George Low, with 13, and Jack Steinbrenner, with 10 points, led the Kate Andrews attack. Gord Ellert paced Milk River with 11 points. In Vauxhall, Claresholm Cobras got seven points each from Jerry Hansma and Tim Cisar as they nipped the Vikings 35-31. Ben Janz led Vauxhall with 10 points. In Southwest Conference junior varsity play, Stirling downed Picture Butte 52-31, Claresholm took a 43-26 deci- sion from Vauxhall, and W. R. Myers slipped past Fort Macleod 44-42. In girls' play, league leading Kate Andrews Larks thumped Milk River Novas 52- 18. Loretta Siebert piled up 20 points for the Larks, who carried a 28-8 lead into the dressing room at halftime. Nancy Evers and Donna Ford had six points apiece for Milk River. In another ruhsway contest, Claresholm Chinooks built up a 27-5 lead by halftime, and coasted to a 58-10 triumph over Vauxhall Vi Queens. Carolyn MacOdrum paced the Claresholm attack with 19 points. The only close game saw W. R. Myers Dawns edging Fort Macleod Meteors 35-31 behind the 21 point performance of Irene Bekkeririg. Peggy Hefter had 14 points for Fort Macleod, who had held a 21-18 lead at halftime. In -Far West Conference play, both of the two top boys' teams suffered losses in games Friday night. League leading St. Michael's Dragons travelled to Lundbreck to face the Sabres, and went away shak- ing their heads after a 42-26 loss. Bam Cornish paced the Lundbreck attack with 16 points while Mike Davis followed with 14. Marcel Hochstein scored 10 points for St. Mike's, who trailed just 14- 10 at the half. In Pincher Creek, Nobleford Blades dropped a narrow 49-46 decision to Mathew Halton Hawks, and now are forced to share second place with the Pincher Creek club. Doug Maine notched 17. points for the Hawks, who trailed at the half by a 25-23 score while Kirk Hofman led Nobleford with 13 points. Elsewhere, Andy Masnyk had 16 points to pace the Coalhurst Celtics to a 48-44 win over Crowsnest Panthers. Nobleford Bladettes took their tenth straight win in girls' play as they dumped Mathew Halton Hornets 43-16. Cheryl Sanderson paced the Nobleford attack with 13 points while Rhonda Fisher had six for the Hornets. Marion Stouffer racked up 24 big points to lead her Coalhurst Celettes to a 42-33 triumph over Crowsnest Pan- das in another game Friday. Elsewhere, Debbie Delinte had 18 points and Geraldine Price' added 13 as the Lundbreck Sabrettes downed Mike's Dragonettes 37-30. Kapp sits pretty, NFL has to wait SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The National Football League says it is not ready to abandon the standard player contract or its recently concluded draft despite a federal court ruling in the Joe Kapp case that will keep it from appealing for perhaps a year or more. Judge William Sweigert of United States District Court ruled Friday that the NFL may not appeal the declared illegal parts of the standard player contract and draft and all of the Razelle damages have been set. Sweigert set May 19 for the jury trial'to decide how much money the NFL must give Kapp, and Kapp says he will ask for million. That means a substantial delay in any appeal. But in the meantime, the NFL insists it will be business as usual. WANTED TO RENT Approximately sq. ft. of Prime Ground Floor Office Space. Reply to Box 124 The Lethbridge Herald "From a legal standpoint, today's developments neither clarify nor advance the situ- ation beyond the court's earlier memorandum the league said. "The merits of that decision are, in our attorneys' judgment, very much in doubt. "Accordingly, we have no immediate plans for any change in our practices pending final determination of these issues, either through the judicial system or by collective bargaining be- tween the NFL clubs and the players." The decision by Sweigert in- deed neither clarified nor ad- vanced the situation, which is that the standard player con- tract, Rozelle Rule and part of the college draft violate anti- trust laws. Sweigert ruled Dec. 20 that they restricted a player's ability to freely nego- tiate his services. And although all the ramifications of this latest decision are not clear, the NFL now faces the possibility that this week's draft was il- legal. And the contracts to which the NFL now will try to sign selected draftees also may be illegal. The NFL can't appeal now and may very well have to be- gin its pre-season games un- der the current Sweigert ruling. FIRESIDE HOLDINGS LTD. WISHES TO Congratulate 'theCarpet Pfeopfe' on opening of thtir NEW PREMISES Native Sons in action tonight The Lethbridge Y's Men Native Sons will be looking for their 24th win in 26 Central Alberta Junior Hockey League starts tonight at Henderson Ice Centre. The locals, who are slated to represent Alberta in the Canada Winter Games, will host the Redcliff Cubs in a league contest beginn- ing at p.m. Then, on Tuesday, the Sons have scheduled an exhibition game in Pincher Creek against The Pass Red Devils of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Martin Bros. Funeral Chapels Ltd. 2nd Generation Funeral Directors and Administrative Counsellors for Pre-Arrangements (Authorized by the Alberta Government Security Commission) THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 isth Street North THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South' Phone 328-2361 Connecting Both Chapels NOW IN OUH 52nd YEAR Member of A.F.D.S. (Associated Funeral Directors Service) A World-Wide Connection THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Robert B. GiUeapie Crossword BROAD BROMIDES By William LutwinUk .ACROSS 1 "Ant cow" 43 Tavern 70 Unruffled 99 Converts to parasite 47 California 71 Cover-girls a design 6 Grade sch. peak 74 Famed 101 Protection 10 Mapaddi- 49 With 96 A, singer 102 Directed tions do good to 75 Add 103 16 Catchall look good 76 Inhabit have no abbr. 53 Call day 77 Stranded; bananas" 19 With 100 D. 54 Gripping sozzled 104 Longtime Southwest divice but thirsty 105 Prophetic crossroads 55 "To be 79 Hoot, 107 Make a lap 21 Like cacti to be" 82 Act 108 .-rabbit 23 Billy's 56 According 83 Warbling 111 Ravi's beard to 84 Harem instrument 24. Jackie's 57'Classical rooms 112 Female husband contest 85 Comp money Qiant 25 In a care- 58 Pakistan's 86 Continuing 115 Encore! freeway; great river practice 118 Gershwin like John 59 Bigot 87 Fairies 119 Genuine; Wayne? 60 Miss Garson 88 With big girl's 28 Toper. 61 in the passion dress? 29 Letters dark; as 90 Dickens 124 See 96 D 30 Simpers Hades villain 125 War 31 Amerinds 62 Relaxation 91 Resentful weapon 32 "Gunsmoke" 63 Ranee's 92 French im- 126 Children's character wear pressioriist Dr.? 34 Adherent 64 Gold braid 93 Temporize 127 Mariner 35 Accumulate 65 Fig trees 94 Sizzling 128 Bon 36 Sharpen 66 Stage idol, 95 Go wrong 129 Abash 38 Residue inSoho 96 See 49 A 130 Hundred. 41 Kind 67 Rife; broad 98 Engage in centavos 42 Unwatered seat con game 131 Genuflected DOWN 1 Suffer 2 Strait- laced 3 Embraces 4 German f 5 Emulates Betsy Ross 6 Try hard 7 Diyulge info sub rosa 8 Seabirds 9 Among 10 fatuus 11 Lumps 12 Backtalk 13 WWII theater 14 Pro 15 Those in quest 16 Bridge hand 17 Goshen event 18 Metropolis 20 Akin. 22 Druggist 26 Kind of .jockey 27 Plowed land 33 to you 35 Zeal 36 River of Germany 37 Eavesdrop 38 Aim high; snake anger? 39 Black eye 40 Deer grass 41 Residents 42 Miss Bancroft 43 Waits for 44 Powerful; like John Wayne? 45 Actor Peter 46 Jeans 48 Rabbit tail 49 Caches 50 Bandleader Shaw 51 Cattle 52 Virgilian epic: var. 57 Famed ski resort 59 Selassie 60 Garho 61 Yorkshire river 63 Man of Malmo 64 True: pref. 65 Diarist Sam 68 Ghost in 69 Calls by name 70 Floral effect 72 Orange, O wise one 73 Gainer 75 Confuses 76 Vacation spot 77 Takes on 78 Dillon's city 80 Baltimore player 81 City on the Loire 82 School transport, sometimes 83 Sells 85 Youngsters 87 Window sheets 88 Doc's helper 89 Fusses 90 Vendetta 92 Place to get lost 93 Journeys or flights 94 Orators 96 With 124 A, everywhere 97 Gold or silver 100 See 19 A 102 Doolittle or Minelli 105 Somber string 106 Mote 107 Authority; if you 108 Chamberlair 109 Slangy ending 110 Green mat 111 Did the crawl 112 Aclained right 113 Neighbor of N.Y. 114 Neighbor of of Mont. 115 III humor 116 Object of reverence 117 Spanish painter 120 Chou 121 Certain records 122 Fiber knot 123 Take the cake 19 ACROSS 1 Aswan and 19 Tin Tin Hoover 20 Locate 5 Proportion 21 Bell sound 9 Bay window 22 Jeweled 10 Women's headdress quarters 25 Links pegs 11 Turn about 26 Friend: Fr. 13 Notions 27 Fairy 14 Singer's 29 Region showpiece 30 Encores 15 Grasslike 34 Building herb wings X 19, by Anne Halloran 35 Wallach 47 Harvesters 36 Bottle tops 49 Season 38 Compassion 50 Laurence or 39 Marsh Winston 40 Forest 51 Free components 52 Bellow 42 Fruit drink 56 Ivan and 43 Three were Peter blind 60 Knievel 44 Biblical 62 Sea eagle weed 63 Marvin 45 Each 64 Work cloth 46 Disney 66 Better Gleamed 69 Deserved 71 Mom's sisters 72 Angry 73 Dregs 74 X, X, andX DOWN 1 Fears 2 Atmosphere 3 Confusion 4 Rest abed 5 Diameter Sports site 16 Sermon 31 Vote into 41 Red, Black 57 Without 7 You steep it start office and White company Sprinter's 17 Sports 32 Small pie 43 Actor Karl 58 Landlord's measures 18 Lamb 33 Blade of 46 Forgo income 9 Sheeplike 23 Languish grass 48 Seed 59 Understands 10 Trumpeter 24 Malt drink 34 Downy 49 MacMurray 61 Extent Al 28 Truth duck 52 Pays up 65 Only 11 Actor 29 Changes 37 Withered 53 Declaim 67 "My Gal-" George 30 Renew pre- 38 "The Pick- 54 Poker stake 68 Color 12Pennsyport scription 55 Marsh grass 70 Sped CRYPTOGRAMS 1. 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