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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE inilBFIUCF HERALD Tuotloy, Muuarv Some did) owners seeking extension of import totals the CFL seriously consider New York bid? MONTREAL (CP) TIic Ca- nadian Football League's an- nual mooting gels under way IKTC today expansion, fu- lure Grey Cup sites and UK- aii- draft, of Canadian college players among llic items on Lhr lengthy agenda. IIuTOver, apart from the col- lege draft slated for tonight, much of the first two days will be taken up by discussion and recommendations al the genera] inrmspcr level, ujll? Lte fm.il ilrcisiwns on most subjects com- ing when Llic entire executive ge-i.s logelher in Thursday scs- i sions. Whether or not I he CFL de- cides to expand Lo New York or oilier Canadian cities, it is ex- ported the meetings will bring fnrlh a full-fledged expansior group that wouh he called on to study any future expansion bids, plus the cosl and terms of reference of anj future franchises, including draft Tlie prim? candidate for owiing TRADING BLOWS Chelsea's Peter Osgood (9) and Bolton Wanderers' captain John Hulme (6) go up for ball during ihe fourth round of the Foolball Association Cup at Stanford Bridge, tondon, Monday. it national results Locals shine in meet 1 ,mns Amateu rjslvlp. Tim Myers clialkwl up a Rutlwlgc camr up wilh three >nm Cluh members arn nrm l.hird in Ihn IW-mclrf! Ideas'.- I Iliircls and Glen Van Buurcn i ir.c mini cm the vsullf n[ tlrnkc. added two thirds. Olympics s I n i: r d Sunday al the Civic CcnLrc pool. The locals ivon 1." ol 32 events today'? figures show and now await Ihe rcsuJis of tlie cross Canada competition to niaybr. Canadian iitlcs TV hv In ll'-o rom Miss Tuk's Lriuiuphs came in Judy Leo Roerick once again sido.s finUlung second in one other event. fn in and imrlcr Miss Van T.ron j Dyek led all swimmers with i victories in Uie IfAmelre free- nippetitit'ii I 100-backslroke, and Rob i metre fly. She also was second ifTpn wnn ino-melre frw' i.n Ilin lOO-me.dley. Vflri Dyk cvi'''h v.-on thrccl fli.lier swimmers turning in to paee the Lions In'.solid performances were Cindy v iclory over visaing from Glcb wilh a in the 100- Calgary. Medicine Hat. and the metre butterfly, and a second Lethbridge YMCA Stingrays. j and three third's in other events In Lhe 1J-1-I bracket Van Eg- .Shirley Van Dyk was first in a leren uon Llic 100-melrc 200-metre backstroke final as slylp. 2Vi hrcaststrokc and 2ffl i well a.s adding two second place individual medley. He also had j ribbons. pair of seconds and a third. I Tim Emerson chalked [3-M age cla.ss as she won won her specialty, the gals 11-12 the J 00-metre freestyle, 400-1200-metre breas'tstroke. Lori freeslylo find 200-mcdley be-f Lavkulik, lading part in her :_ of compcLillon, WOD the 100-metre breasl.sl.roke. A pair of locals, Mark Bab- ick and SJ-even Sj-mc porfornrcd well in boys' 10 and tinder, Bab- ick was first in the lOtVmctre individual medley as well as C.M'Ht COWL, Lhi? bowlur-of-lhc-wcck .spotlight shines on Bob Thomson and Dorothy Visser Lob. sporting an average of 217 in Gordie's Men's, turned in llis holiest effort of the year with 210, mtl ;i rousing 373 for an B5G triple Lo garner Ihe men's honors for the week Dorothy got the nod the leading lady of llic week for her perform- ance in Morning Coffee with an average of 143, she hit the heights with a 329 game which gained her entry into Capri's Gold Pen class Bob Costanio.. was on the beam in B and E Hardware with a 378 and an 856 triple, both new highs for the year, while Lois Gilbertson clicked for a 743 triple in PrehuilL llic women's high for the year. There's a lot of action coming up al. Capri The women's rlaytinic Icaguos ibis week opened qualify- 'iig rounds for the Housewives' Grand Challenge event the city finals are set for Sunday, Feb. 27. Due to the heavy entry in llic National Classified Bowling Championships' qualifying rounds, all bowl- ers will compete in league play the week of Feb. 27. tlie winners will advance lo the south final in Medicine Hat March 26 This Saturday the zone final for YBC will get under way al 12 noon with the winners advancing to the Alberta final in Red Deer March 4 from there the Alberta champions will earn berths in the Canadian final starting April 8 and local officials feel chances of local youths nabbing provincial titles are good the talent, many feel, is the best ever in local circles. The pins continued to take a beating in Gordie's with Bob Thomson's 378 and 8SG setting Ihe. pare ol.licrs hilling llic high spols were Ron Grefzingcr with 352, Tak Kalakami 330, Ken Larson 309. Baden Pilling 310. Roger Hombough 308, Orcsl Yurchak 3'23 and 789, Tom Adams 305 and 774 and Steve Pcdcr- sen 324. In oilier inpiis action, Henrj' Bcclithold pared Citizens with 313 and 773 while Milon Rom- bough led Prebmll with 310 High in U and 10 were Boh Conslanzo with 373 find 856 and Sip Dohlcr SOli franchise, Hoborl .T. Schmcrly, of Laknvoocl, N.J., will not al- leixl llic meeting. Sclimcrlz filed llic firs! fonmil jipplicalion lo conic before llic CTL since British Columbia Lions joined tlic league in KtM. U .successful, in- tends lo operate his club in New York's Yankee Stadium for Ihe season. The general managers arc ex- pected Lo study a proposal llial (he imporl. for Canadian dubs be raisrn In in fronr Ihe current H non-t'anadirin pl-a_vcrs now allowed each It-am. SET ALL-STAR DATE The committee will also sludy demands from the CFL Players' Association and set llic date for the annual all-star gamo when the all-stars nice; defending Grey Cup champion Calgary Stampeders in the western cily next June. So far both representatives of the players' association and the league officers have kepi, quiet about what demands llic alb- lelcs wilt make against the own- ers. The schedule is also up for ralificatiun at this meeting, and the sites for several future Grey Cups remain lo be de- cided. Bolh Oliawa and Toronto arc believed lo be in the running lor the 1373 and 1074 Grey Cup, both on Ihe strength of promises lhal. artificial lurf will be avail- able. But lwi.li municipalities have run into opposition from various taxpayer groups on Ibcir pro- posed plans for (lir football car- tel in their sladuims Al Ia5t Kovemhci Grey cup meetings in Vancouver, CI1 commissioner .1 a k n Gaudaui said each cily would have to make a further presentation here based on whatever financ- ing they could arrange. One week ago (lie town of Acton, Ont., 25 mites west ol To- ronto, applied to hold Ihe 1974 rey Cup on what it called "vir- gin sod." Tho town is the centre of the eather industry and manufac- .ures the r-petial footballs made 'or Grey Cup games. SKIING WITH Alpine Canadim Nalii -IV-Experts SPOILERS OR JET STICKS Although spoilers or jcL slicks soimlimcs serve a useful purpose in ski raring, Ihey ;irc becnming a dangerous rrulcli jor many young skiers. Originally, there devices were designed tn help distribute the pressure of the boot lops over the sensitive areas al tha hack o[ the calt. It was soon discovered lliaL they helped tha skier to recover when his weight got loo far back. Unfortun- ately, too many articles have been writlcn on "jet "a- and not enough on the down lo earth facts lint tha weight must be coming forward and inlo Ilic rurn in order to have a carving edge. Now we have Hie ridiculous situation where so many skiers are trying to lean on the back of their bools aivl ski down tha hill in'what they imagine is modern ski jcclmiquc. Kitting back: like this is not good, and usually Ihcsc skiers cannot quickly leave the fall line or ski very fast in bumps. Remember, spoilers or jet sticks arc only lo he used ffliea you get in trouble and not as a crutch in each turn. Slock car in Emerson, in boys' 11-12 show- ed fine form crossing Uie finish first in Lhe 200-metre medley, (he 100 Initterflv and 100 Free- wins in tlie 200-metre back- stroke as well as the 400- frc- stjle. lie was also credited wilti three second place finishes. Jeff Comets, Lakers share top spot Milk River Eric "Rivers Com- c'.s and the Stirling Lakers firs! in the .South- Fort "Maclcod Meteors wiQi four victories in seven games. In (he only league encounter games. Boy's Basketball Confer- tonight, the Vauxhall Vi- ence as of i kings and Vi-Quecns will visit The ComeU and Lakers have coaldalc for make up only suffered one defcaL in nine .starts Lhis season and hold a comfortable lead over the sec- ond place Cwildale Kate And- Gaels. Coaldalc mainlain.s n ree-j ord Lhe leaders sporL R-l SOUTHWEST" BASKETBALL CONFERENCE BOY'S DIVISION wcond Jnillerfly x n d anc] 737 ,vith Icfly Tom Adams also leading Henry Homes a 300 Loaders in Green's Shoes were Kill Hamilton 334 and 795, Ken Kurlz 324 and n big 891 Iriple and Darwin Romanchuk 323 and 802 Tops in .1CCA were Ken Kamitoino 308 and u n Takeda will] a 793 triple while Geoff Krokosh hit for a 314 in Friday YBC Other leaders included Blair Hurt 31fi and 785 in Civil Service, Gary third in Ihe 100-metre back- stroke. Syme was third behind Babick in the medley. Eight swimmers from the Y'.s .Stingrays swim-club well in Ihe event. Ted Hanson led the way pick- ing up a first, second, fifth and seventh place finish in his age group while twin brother Tim captured a first, two thirds and a fifth. Mary Ann ITughcs also had a good outing in the "Operation Olympics earning a first. Uvn fifths and a seventh while an- other female, Colleen Carmich- acl took home two fifths, a and an eighth place ribbon. Other swimmers who placed during the one-day event in- cluded Brad Koskowirh with a third and a fourth. .Mclonie Fen- Ion a third. Gavin Fenton with sixth and seventh place fin- ;md Mark Reid uho man- aged a sixlli. records. Meanw h i 1 e in Southwest Girl's Basketball Conference standings, Winston Churchill Griffins are in sole possession of first with a 7-2 record. Kate Andrews Larks of Coal- dalc and Tabor SI. Mary's Aur- oras share second spot with fi-2 i JjJjJJ i ccords while third goes to the I vau Picu-c B Fort Macleca SIGNS CONTRACT WINKLER, Man. (CP) _ Wayne Stephcnson. a former goaltender with (he Canadian national hockey team, has sign- ed a profes.sTOiial _. St. Loms Blues of the National I 5 League. GIRL'S DIVISION 818 triple and Jack Smeed 774 in Major Mixed and Marvin lliga 303, Bruce Canfield 323 and Jim Mal- comson 774 in Young Adults. Among the gals, Pal Jarvie's 306 and a 301 liy Belly Roberts paced ]Iiga's with Lois Gilbertson's 743 Iriple Jiigli in Prebuilt High in Speedys were Wilma Winter with 325 and Jean Christie 324 while in Morning Coffee il was Shawn Davidson 309 and Dorothy Visser 329 In Martinizing the big guns uere Isabelle Bergman 303 and Kea Salmon 312 while Alice Kolibas rolled 295 Olga LaRocque led Eagles with 310 and 733 while in NuMorte Homes May Hieliert had a 765 triple and Kay Wheeler a 314 Kay Dav- idson paced Henry Homes will? 309 ivilli Frances Lambnck posting a 290 Aya Nakamura topped .ICCA wilh 350 and 743, Eva Html had a 298 in AGT. Shirley Alexander 298 in CPR and Suzan McDonald 288 and a neat 813 in Young Adults. The pins suffered in (Vrcen's for (he week as Jtitte Taylor hit for 307, Dianno Pedersen 330, Hamilton a 767 triple and Phyl Harrison 300. Fort Maclcod "Members of Lite .Southern Al- geria Aulo Racers, executive and a number of drivers, will in Fort Maclcod this eve- ning. II is liijpod llial for thr rnm- ing yfar the locals and Fort M-Tclcfid mny jnin forces Io bring an even and iictf-er slock car racing season to soul hern Albcrlans. Thci mocUns Ls KcL for Llic Knights of Columbus IlaM in ForL Maclcod nfc and is open to anyone in tlic Maclcod area who is interested. Wednesday evening Lhe SAAR's general meeting is set for in the Labor Club and is open to all interested people. Mramvliilc, tlic SAAJlettes, wives of the club members, will hold a meeting at the same lime in another room in the Labor Club. Stamps boost ticket prices CALGARY fCP) Calpary Slampeders liave boosted their lickel prices for Ihe 1972 West- ern Football 'Conference season, general manager Rogers Lcliew announced today. TickelK now will ranse from a low of previously S2.50, to a high of JMJ, prenously 55.50. Other tickets will also be af- j let-led in a five-price range. Lolicw said llic in prices j is "due to continued increased cosl.s of Ihe club, particularly salaries and travel expenses." Shirtsleeve ready to go The annual Hurts] pcvc Eon- Fpi el is set for a Werinesd ay starl aL ihe Letlibridge Curling Club. Some 64 rinks from various parts of southern Alberta will take part in the five-day event. Wednesday's opening draw is set for seven o'clock in the eve- ning with another at nine. The curlers will be battling for top honors in six events, the number one Enerson Mo- tors, number two Ealons of Canada, number three The Lethbridge H eraTd number four Canadian Western Natural Gas Co., number five Alberta Distillers and number six Svcn Erickscn. There will also he a I grand aggregate champion de- cided over the five days of play. The winner will receive the James Aird memorial tro- phy. The opening draws are as follows. 7 p.m. E. Bacer lard, Tabrr t-Elhbridge Pol- L- Lennon, l.plhhrldg" vj, ournsra, Fort Mnclend; R. Morri> Lfilhbndge vs D. PirniM, Milk E. Kuril, Lrlhbrldao vi P Tfllvr; .1 V'.Vhej 1 br'fig" Magrgth; M. (tor. Donald, vs D, Baird, Calaary; J. Tarns va, Lelhbridqe N. Obcr, Coaldale; D. Chandler, Letrt- bricjoe VB N. Nakamura. Taber; T. Henderson, Le'htrldge vs H. Willi- ams, Lefhbricfge; L. Kdtiewfscner, LellibridQE vs J. Gorrie, Lelhbrldgi. 9 P.M. D. Forry, Lethbridge vs K. Welsh, Milk River; 5. Henderson, vs L. Tabor, Edmonlon, M. Lethbrfdpe vs J. Barren, Picture Bulls; G. Rodzinyak, Lelhbridge vs G. Pilling, Lclhbridye; B. Hullon, Lelhbririge vs L. NorfhcoM, Calgnm H. Hudson. Lelhbridge vs D. Dletr, Milo; A. Lelhbridge vs R. .Jen- sen, Picture Bufte; D. Kjeldgaard, Lefhhrfdge vs D. Groves, Champion j J. Coyne, Lelhbrldge vs B. Sloan, Cardston; Southern Feeds, Lcthbrldga vs p. Mstsurniya, Coaldalr. THURSDAY 7 A.M. T. Co-jii'., Fir lure Pu'l idT? vs S. Breci-.4, Lelhbridgs vs Y.. Tabci; C. Forry. Lfllliljrid'J" va J. Ikebuchl, Calnary; L. ilranlncr. Lothbridgp vs L. Pavka, Taber; K. Ruslon, Le'hbridgo vs G. Nilsson, Wrenfham; W. McLennan, Coaldalo vs M. Blaney, Vauxhall; E. MoskoluV, Lelhbridge vs M. Slelmech- ovich, "0. Filowych, Leln- bridgs vs D. CiuMb, Lelhbridge; Thfiiiien, Lelhbridg" IT, Lflhbridqp; A.M. H. n. Lflhbridgi i Lrlhbrldge. vs J. Hulchh- is, ELRICH TIRE SPORT ALBERTA JUNIOR Cougan Red Deer iucks Lolllbridqi SCORING LEADERS Redmond of course Who's ihe holiest point-getter? RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3RD AVENUE SOUTH Is Your Car Insurance Too High? TRY US FOR SELECT RATES Is your home adequately Protected? For Sound Advice and Top Service RELY ON RELIANCE 327-1116 PHONES 327-0433 MONTREAL CP1 The from Monlronl Can adieus in ex- tost poinl-gclLcr in the National j change for Frank Mahovlich. lloi'kcy IjCJigne today'.' In his last 15 panics, Rerl- StaLislirs released by the I mom) has .scored 11! Roals and IO.IRUC Monday show it is nei j added nine a.ssi.sls. Only Rich- Iher Phi) of Roslon Bruins nor -lean Uatello of New York Rangers, but right winger Mickey Redmond of Detroit Red Wings. Since each of Ihe M teams passed its Hit-game, half-way marks for the season, Redmond rookie IcfL winger, hns scored a.s many goals in Ihe same si retch. Red mo n d 's oulnursl lias broughl his season lolal lo 57 poinLs on 32 goals and 2r> iis- sisl.s. Mahovlieh also has 57 has picket! irp 21 poinls in points. j'.imes. three mnre I nan uny ICSl'OSlTO ON TOI ollur plnyer. Ivposilo, i''nilm- Delroil urs lo lead all .--corn's his last wnson willi fonvardsjcriii.il dislrihulion of 11 goals BiU Collins find Guy (lian-ou I mid 4-1 assists iu 53 gomes for K3 ]winLs, more than Ttatclle. week the big Boston centre was nblc. to score only one goal in four games, white Redmond, leading poml-Belter for Ihe week, Ijnd incJufJ- ing n three-goal game Sunday. Rut Ksposilo has 10 goals in the llruins last M games. He and NCAV York's Hod Gilbert, arc runners-up lo Tlcdmond in poinls for l.hn second half willi la. Dofenceman Bobby Orr of lio.slon is Ihii'fl in the scoring race vilh 77 points and leads in as.'.i.sls v, ilh one more Ralcllr. Gilboi't (oui'tl; wilJi 7fi points, our move than linoinnle Vic Hadficlfl. Bobby Mull of Chicago Illack has poinl-s for sixth place, nine points morn l.han JU.'irl.in, is l.ied Hull ns ninncrs-up lo Esposilo in goals, each with 37. Chicago Black Hawks mean- while, continue, to maintain a strong load in Ihe goallendors1 race for the Trophy. Tony Ksposiln recorded his sev- eiiLli shutout o[ the season nnrl Jjis of per- sonal mark in Ihe league1--COMI- binnl Sm'ilh's '2.10, gives Chicago a 1 ft; over-all av- G A Ph Pim A'. U BB 33 51 K6 23 J.I 77 67 3.1 It, 53 II 70 55 AO 19 35 S4 34 70 32 57 31 13 73 51 Jl 11 33 51 97 71 29 .19 7S 30 13 3? .15 BO 17 30 .ID IB 34 -13 73 FOR BETTER DEALS ON GENERAL ALL GRIP ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SA11S 4 SERVICE iv' 401 Itr South Mnu or 337-444] ;