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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1 UTHMIBOI HCKAID Tutxtoy, HbrWY CFL meeting get under way today Attention focused on draft, rules, Jackson WINNIPEG (CP) The Ca- nadian Football League annual meetings open here today with the college draft, proposed rule changes and a franchise bid from London, Ont., highlight- ing the week-long discussions. The league will be presented with numerous proposed rule changes studied last month by the CFL rules committee and general managers from the nine teams at a meeting in Houston, Tex. Included among the suggest- ed changes is downgrading the clipping penalty from a deed of unnecessary roughness to the classification of a technical foul, and the calling dead a kicked ball that strikes the goal post or crossbar in flight and rebounds into field of play. Representatives of a London group are expected to make a formal bid to the CFL for a franchise in that Ontario city. The businessmen had made ANDY CAPP I'M NOT KltfclN11ER.' CHECK IT GALATIONS, CHAPTER SIXA VERSE SEVEN 1 VOU MEAN, IF I SOW BOOZ LITTLE I'LL REAP BOOZE AN1 UTTLEJ iNSSS'rl Carnival set for March 5, 6 Figure skaters are successful The Lethbridge Figure Skat- ing Club recently held a se- ries of very successful tests judged by Barbara Paulson and Robert Baxter of Calgary and local skaters Gay West- wood, Walter Gray and Bryan Summers. The tests were held at the Civic Centre. In the figure classes Janet Darts Onofrychuk, Miners Lazaruk, Miners...... Vlpond, Labor....... Peacock, Legion...... M. Johnson, ANAF Lazzarrolto, Miners Bouiton, Labor....... James, Miners......, Durina, Legion....... Fritz, Legion......... Russllng, ANAF...... Miners A. Johnson, Legion Bodie, ANAF...... Meyers, Labor...... Wolstcncroft, Legion Susnar, Miners LaFoumier, ANAF............ Next games will be played Ihe Army, Navy and Air Force Club Wed- nesday evening at eight o'clock. Pti Hominuke received her fifth figure wlitte accomplishing a fourth figure was Frances Peta. Leah Brown and Karen Summers successfully passed the third figure while a first figure went to Holly Maguire. Preliminary figures were awarded to Maureen Gaetz, Bill Petrunik and Grant Soren- son. In the dance classes Soren- Minor hockey Kick Maclean notched a hat- trick for the Red Wings and led the way to an 8-1 verdict over the terfins in Bantam A play. Bob Salmon, Tracy Cooler, Don McKenna, Greg Gibson and Cliff Miyashiro completed the scoring for me Wings with singletons. Keith Miyashiro averted a shutout with a first period goal. Six players figured in the scoring as the A.C.T. blanked the Eskimos 6-0 In Midget ac- tion Monday. Pierre Lavarato, in Hie first period, Ron Moser, in the sec- ond, and Kevin Keith, Mike Boychuk, Guy Pomohac and Joe Meli, in the third, account- ed for the A.C.T. Goals. In Bantam "B" action last night Wade Bogusky's second period stood up as he pared the Rangers to a 1-0 victory over the Bruins. Meanwhile in Pee Wee action the Totems led 3-1 after two pe- riods of play and hung on to beat the Flyers 3-2. Peter Watson, Theo DeGroot and Neal Povey tallied once each for the Totems while Glen Leffingwell and D. Lowe re- plied for the Flyers. son, Petrunik, Jennifer Chue and' Maureen Gaetz passed their Dutch Waltz as well as the Canasta Tango. Holly Mac- guire also passed her Canasta Tango with her four club- mates. She also was successful in Swing Dance. Debra Rogers passed the Fiesta Tango while Ten-Fox tests were passed by Donna Rude, Laurie Olafson and Mark Hominuke. Rude and Olafson also passed the Willow Waltz. Club professional EJonJa Da- vis expressed pleasure with the fine results achieved by the skaters. At present club members are practicing for to annual skating carnival slated for March 5 and 6 at to Arena. As a special attraction for to 1971 production the local club's show will feature world famous Don Jackson, professional skating champion. This.year's production is entitled "The Nutcracker." heir plans known several months ago but had to wait until the annual meeting to make a formal application. The 3FL may also receive a bid 'rom Halifax. The general managers will meet the first two days with much public attention focused on any discussion between British Columbia Lions and Ot- awa Rough Riders concerning he Russ Jackson situation. The Lions, of the Western Conference, have been talking vith the eastern conference Uders and Jackson in an ef- ort to obtain the services of he now retired quarterback. The Riders have said the next move is up to the Lions. The league officials will lis- en to commissioner Jake Gaudaur's idea for a full inter- ocking schedule, including the results of a league study of the Kjssibility during the past 'ear. The idea was introduced at the CFL annual meeting last vear and the league decided to ook into it and report back bis year on its findings. The college draft will be held .oday, with more interest in Jie selections this year than ever before. With more and more Canadians earning start- ing positions on CFL teams, fte college draft has become increasingly important. College standouts such as Bob Kraemer all-star quarter- back of the national champion University of Manitoba Bisons, Paul Paddon of the University of Ottawa, votqd the most valu- able player in the country and Heino Lilies of Queen's Univer- sity are expected to be drafted high. League officials will meet with representatives of the Ca- nadian Football League Play- ers' Association and attempt to iron out- any conflicts that could interrupt fall training camps. For Lethbridge No Blemish Skis First Line Stock ALL 1970-71 MODELS Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. located south of ths new Centre Villoas Shopping Centra on 3rd Avonua South 1287 3rd Avenus South Phone 328-2828 Tough loss for Bottlers The Purity Bottling chances for a play-off berth in ths City Recreation Hockey League took a nose dive as they fell to the Labor Club 7-2 last night Meanwhile in the second en- counterofthe evening the M and K Generals hung on to sole possession of third place as they dropped the St. Basil's Saints 64. With only three games re- maining for each club except the league leading U of L Chi- nooks the Bottlers trail fourth spot by two points. The Labor Club hold down fourth, but are only two points away from the third spot Gen- erals. St. Basil's have a strong hold on second. In last nights contest the La- bor Club had few doubts of a victory as they led 2-0 after the first and 5-1 after the sec- ond. Grant Harrington and Lorne Gray led the Labor Club with two goals apiece while Stan Maxwell, Bob Cook and Jim Dundass added singletons. Wayne Rusling was the only Bottler to hit the scoresheet as he pumped in both their goals The third period was the down-fall against the Generals as they held a 2-f lead after the second. The Saints increased their lead to 4-2 early in the final f r a m e but watched the Gen- erals come back with four straight goals to earn the win Pete Neufeldt and Bob Reid paced the Generals attack will two goals apiece while Tom Yip'and Tex Wiebo added a goal each. For the Saints Pat Holder notched two goals while Bob Boswell and Wayne Bowes tal lied once. FLEMING '69 PLYMOUTH FURY I! V-8, 4-dr., auto, powsr steer- ing and brakes, (tOCTC radio, vinyl roof Jf J FLEMING '68 DODGE 6 cyl., 4.dr., auto., tlltttf radio. ONLY FLEMING '66 PONTIAC IAURENTIAN Power steering and brakes, 4.dr., Hardtop, t'MOT 6 cyl., ONLY I FLEMING USED CAR DISPLAY Cor. 20lh Sf. and 3rd Ave. 5. Cor. 10th St. and 3rd Phono 327.1591 CANT BUY THESE AT THE MARKET Austin D. Terry of Lethbridge, left, and W. R. (Mac) McGillivray of Coaldale landed these two dandy Marlin on a recent trip to Aea- pulco, Mexico. Terry and McGillivray were among 35 southern Albertans who made trip to Mexico. It isn't known if there were any other big ones left for the rest of the group after Terry and McGillivray got through. Roundup of bowling OL1NDALI IOWL CHIC John Scattergood 294 Yutaka Urano 286 Francis Wright 243 Dorothy Olshaskl 272 luck McNeely 257, Andy Kralewskl 36, H. C. Brown 252, Irene Bourassa 31 Shirley pander 227 (6651, Rick Larson 301, Cory Bern 224, byce Berry 259. NAY AGENCIES Jean Passey 26; Ruby Osttn 284 Jean Gross 248 Joyce Stlnson 23S M. Hembrofe 214 Chris Burwash 243, Jo Hodge 26, Marg McLaughlln 251, Jean Ian- son 238, Sandy Scattergood 224. SHOPPERS WORLD Sea Salmon 301 Sandy Scat- ergood 250 Taylor 242, Blanche Keith 221, Rose Hamilton 240, Shirley Plontke 230, Dorothy sorenson !62, Marilyn Chrlstanson 243, L. Prince in, Merllyn Kelnlck 232, Gladys Bera- und 252, Renate Walser 255 KIMURA'S MIXED WIllll Westergreen 262, Ruth John- son 225, Earl Johnson 303, Ed Stanko 337, Louise Ober 24J, Lori Rook Mtlody Ives 238, Madeline Sodeltone 254. SOUTHALTA PRODUCE John Scattergood 284 Nick Lastuka 254, Fred Thomson 277, Hazel Jensen 262 (6931, Bev Clark 229 Bill Olshaskl 215, Clarence Tremel 243, Gerry Hatkie 250, Graham Scatter- good-216, Bernlce Pavan.271, Mary Nysyk 237, Sandy Scalteroood 235, John Scattergood Sr. 222. CHINOOK STATIONERS Sandy Scatlergood 300 vura Nlcholls 284 Betty Martin 210, Bernice Hay 210, Ethel Harvle "auli Paul 218. SENIOR CITIZENS H. C. Brown J20, B. Malone 213, Chris Zurschniede 1 al, Herny Myers 170, F. Wardman 207. VASA MIXED Bob Hanson 265, Bud DraveKe 281, Lll Hegland 226, Bea Hanson 203, Peggy McLarin 213. BOISIE CASCADE Rick Caldwell 315 Cyril 257, Gerry Brown 241, Gall Mees 248, Francis Laralee 204, f. Hlronaka 204. TRACTS Jean Passey 306 Vera Nlch- olls 301 Ruby Oseen 307 B. Fabble 295 Sandy Scatter- good 280 Joan Spencer 221, Sally Trone 261, Chris Guerther 298, Pat Narlelr 215, Pat Plomp 252 Gladys Field 298 Rose Nunivleler 221. CIVIL SERVICE Lew Mills 348 Rose Nicoley 335 Byron Hirsche 254 Len Bailey 273 Jim Gill 253 Karlyn spitier 288 George Epp 246 Dick Tuk 240, Mary Forster 236, Bev Swaren 276, Dorothy GIduk 237, Fran Harris 234, Lyle Smyke 294. 1.0.F. Alf Pedrinl 309 John Scatter- good 257 Its Tanaka 307 John Rempel 258 Steve Dimnik 271 Sandy Scattergcod 350 Leona Pedrinl 250, Beryl Rempel 270, Marg Reid 223, Frank Beekman 239, Lome Schnoor 285, Doug Young 248, Marg Dyck 240, Marino Rapuano 254, Casey Vanveen 243. C.P.R. Doug Pederson 334 Edith Voth 590 Bob Anderson 314 P. Caran 244, Lynel Gaetz 265, Shirlery Alexander 260, Fil Ober 229, Dan Du- blnske 224, G. Matchett 223. Y.B.C. BANTAMS Brent Anderson 233 Doug Voot 245 Gorden Bessellng 166 Brian Jackson 203 Debbla An- derson 155 Cindy Pedlnl 171 Brenda Veres 176 David Snooek 160 David Wells 218 Rhonda sllllto 150, Tom Morri- son 162. Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Brian Anderson 29! John Barraclough 21B Brook Cuiley 225 Larl Fir.ncrty 259 John Calhoun 214, Warren McEwen 172, Debbie Smllh 213, Debbie Cat noun 284 B AND I HARDWARE Dot Anderson 269 Bunny An- derson 259 (696V Joyce Bach 284 (491) Betty Martin 231 Sandy Scatter. good 236 Judy Close 244 (637) Barb Scattergood 262 Graham Scaltargood 258 John Jr. Scat- tergood 223, Rudl Sezlenn 225, Gerry Anderson 232. SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Brown 235 Frank Bern- hard! 228 Herny Beakthold 233 Bill Jenson 248 Len Mil ener 213 E. Coilin 266 C. McCann 209 A. Koder 206 Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Brenda Pederson m Gloria 251 Debbie calhmrn 223 Mick Anderson rjn (3961 Clayton Woo 212 Marie Look 191 Selma Nlshlmura 184 (371) Warren McEwen 186 Dave Ur- ban 183 John Calhoun 134 Jim Rapujno 21! Kelly Vayko- vlck 204 CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Mary Wlshnevskl 277 (750) I Eunice David 252 Chris Schull J47, Isabella German 243; Dinl Lohuls 240; May Hlebert 23? Gloria Pear- son 234; Marge Hughes 231; Joan Jones Marge Ross SUNDQUIST Linda Hovoy 217; Opal Tflylor 251 Peggy Guzil 211; Doreen WH son 271; RPrtha Ompluslk 11'.; Joyce Sexsmith 232; Dorothy Hunter 215; Pat Plomp 231; Pat Tunstall 817; Marts Smllli 20.V SENIOR CITIZENS Len Milner 261; Jack Nunweller 237; Henry Sechthold 339 Frank Bernhart 25B; Evan Evans 255; Scotty Muir 219! Roy Lavalley 231; Arie Koole 286; Jim Freel 236; Jim Whelan 205. HENRY HOMES Betty Paterson 322 Joyce Car- mlchael 238; Pat Seely 225; Shirley Areshenko 328; Lynne Lahli 232; Mel Laht! 330 (7441; Jerry Areshenko 278; Merv Seely 274; Bernla Carrier 282; Ed Henderson 274. JCCA Ken Kamltomo 353 Tosh Mi. yakawa 323 Tak Katakaml 311; Aike Tobo 291 Kyoto Shigehlro 88; Sum] Medoruma 252; Masa Gosh- nmon 223; Dot Miyashiro 239; F. Urano 274; Mae Shigehiro 206. FRIDAY SCHOOLS Mtchele Maclean IBB; Ron Gretzing- er 201; Bev Passay Pat Hamilton 60; Rick Maclean 719; Bruce Wllklns 226; Garry Lohuls 195; Lanetta Czenv ;r 229; Rick Barva 279 AST Eleanor Dorlgattl 3M Gloria Murkln 217; Lucy Miller Vema Elliot 248; Cord Elliott 271; Frank Tut- tle 241; Joyce PlBlngrllll 209; Ray Nesting 271; Lyle Young 905 norm Tolley 331. YBC BANTAMS Darcy Tamayose 154; Lor) Hamilton 153; Barbara Turner 145; Kathy Joe- venazzo 143; Debbie Szabo 142; Mi- chael Sharun 243 Brad Turner 200 Michael Tolley 158; Harvie Pocza 231 Robin Stanton 154; Alex Gepnern COM Gea Furo 290; Bev Barva 214; Geo Szllagyi 248; Jim Goodsel 223; Chester Jokuty 305 Dave crelghton 255; Sam Girardi 305 Waily Kru- chkyvlch 243; Dennis Allen !33; Roger Lynde 260. YBC JUNIOR AND SENIORS Carolyn Passey 270 (4321; Lori Smeed 235 BernU Pohl 315 Murray Westling 235; John Wlldman (440; Melody Ives 234 Cherya Obermeyer 241 Ken Kurtz 253 NadlM Kovaci 225 Harold 225 YOUNO ADULTS Bract Canfleld 295 (77811 Darrell Lagler 322 Ken Larson 314 Kent Leishman 283; Ken Mal- comson 316 Lynn Anderson Sharlena Harker 261; Suzan McDonald Linda Malcomson 256 Bon- nie Ball 241i Debbie Myers 261. 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