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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta r imiRRIIH'l" HERA'll' Thursday, Tebruiiry 10, York offer uill mill Further study of bid needed EAI, ,m naclian bul 1 cou, MONTREAL dian Football league, executives discuss today a proposed New York City application lo join the nine-team league, hut it appears "ofclTW1 a The feeling among learn gen- managers Wednesday was Lennon wins opener thai Uie franchise bid by Robert to opei-atc a Cl'L dub in New York's Yankee Stadium needed further study. One, Eastern Conference gen- era! mjnagcr, who asked he re- main anonymous, suggested it be "crazy1' lo voLc on Ihe issue until all concerned can learn more about it. lie said Ihttre are many lac- tors to be considered. Despite the fact Schmerlz was accept- able in every way, there was no Lawrc-nci Lemon got off on guarantee that Yankee Stadjum the right foot in defence of the e being "Hie ivhnle Inili-if New York Slavs, what happens Host oilier general managers, while ware of possible lucra- television contract.'., most conecracd nbouL uhal wmtld happen lo the sal- ary slniclure of Uieir clubs. The New York entry, willi scats to sell, could, in [UTgpr's words, probably buy a team no other club could com- pete ngainsl. the Lel.h i d g e Shirtsleeve Bon- would be available lo house the proposed franchise. spiel honors he won last year. look silly if we granted Ijennon, of Hie host club. (he franchise and then it wound stopped Harvey Kournssa ef up with no park lo play in and Fort Macleod in Wednesday's w-e had to he said. opening draw Club. Some fr4 rinks ,1 the Curling In order lo have Uie New I York entry accepted, all four southern FFC teams must vole in favor Alberta arc in chase for i of tlie move, along willi three of top honors at the five-day bon- "ie five Ucslern Conference spiel with prize' in six events, clubs. Lasl year L.'rnon and his The American bid started out rink won lire number one cv-1 Wednesday with senlimont run- ent a.s well as the James Aira Grand aggregate. This year, as in pasi years, all rinks begin play in the num- ber one Enexson Motors event. This year's other events in- clude the number two Eaton's ning S to 1 or 7 to 2 against. FKELI.VGS CHANGED But by the time the afternoon sessions of separate conference meetings of general managers were over, the feeling was, in Uie w ords of one lop league ex- ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Cal. Cousa-5 Red Deer Cal. Canucks Lethbridga Fdm. Les's Drumheller Edm. Mcvers W L T F A Pts 71 3 151 1DB 33 11 75 0 1J4 74 10 74 1 143 200 22 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F A PI 1 191 JH 1 153 173 1 164 217 NATIONAL LEAGUE o[ Canada, number three The (ccuiive. "about M-W." Lethbridge Herald, number "Anything could be four Canadian IVrsi-n faid. lot of people did a lot ura) Gas, inc Alliorta thinking today and I'm sure L T F A 8 871J1H 11 9 276 13 10 IPS 73 II 143 Calgary Mow West Edmonlon Medicine H Vicloria Vancouver 35 to 35 13 3? 15 17 52 13 31 12 37 l 50.1 nn 71 0 518 Mi 1 21? 171 M 1 2-JB 23? 55 2 153204 79 0 15? 2B3 2J WE NEED THESE TWO OUT OF THERE Jim Reid, bridge Curling Club, Reid ond his mates their open. ing game. Action in the bonspiel continue! throughout today. ttondino left, and Enso Baceda, back, anxiously await n key S'TO' as Dave Pardea coaxes it home in first day adion at the annual Shirtsleeve Bonsplel at the Leth- Gcrvnis in semi-finals Beaton forces showdown match JASPER. Alia (CP1 The Polly Beaton rink of Medicine TIal'upsot Betly Cole of Edmon- ton Wednesday 'R t.he first game of (he A-B provincial wo-! men's curling playdowns. Beaton will play in n sudden-death game for Ihe Al- Ijortn championship loday. Cole had been tlie A section winner, winning both her games i in Uie modified double knock- j out event, Beaton won the B section after losing E-fi lo Cole In Ihe A final Tuesday nighl. Violcl Goett rink of Calgary forced a final game in the finaj of the provincial seniors cham- pionship upending Ruth Elligott of Edmonton 12-S. Elligott had won Ihe .A section. Meanwhile three Edmon- lon area rinks, including 1961 world champion Hector Ger- vais reached the semi-finals of A event in the 16-zone north- ern Alberta men's curling play- McCallum of the Edmonton! Gervais broke his game with Granile while Gil Mylcr, also! Eldon Oberg of Foreslburg of Ihe Granite, wil take on j wide open with four on Iho Jim Lowen ol Camrose. I eighth lo wipe out a 5-4 deficit, downs Wednesday. Gervaia now will meet Bill Minor hockey The Labor Club Bees slam-! Ron Bou.ra.s4a, Dale Ptycia, ned m three unanswered goals R. Vanluyk, Boyd Cave and C. in Ihe second period and two Taal tallied for the V i k i n p s more in the third to down the action Tuesday nitfil. Vic Slasiuk. J. Seloguchi and C. Jar- in Banlam. "A'1 vie replied for the Penguins. then picked up lour more on the llth for a 12-6 uclory. McCallum polished of Ed Frissell of B-0 in seven ends, while Myler had to go an extra end to nip 22-year- old newcomer Tom Reed ol SI. Albert 12-11. Low en broke an 8-3 tie against Lloyd Gerhart of Ihe Edmonton Otlewell with a steal of two on the lllh, then ran Gerhart out of rocks com- ing home for a 10-8 win. Distillers and number Sven Erickscn. Jack Gorrie of l.ethbridgc, dinner of the fifth rvent last year, was beaim by Lloyd KanewischcT in hi Wednesday. Meanwhile, two filing rinks who won events last year are .back. Shig Kakagawa of Magrath won his first game against Jim Wichers of Lethbridge while Ken. Murayama. of Taber play- ed his first game this morning Aubrey Gore of Miio, winner of the second event year and Bill Gross ol Lclhbridge, the number three winner, are not back this Action in the five-day event wraps up Sunday at Ihe Curl- IheVll do more before Uiey vole.'' The EFC general manager said some officials thought the New York bid was a solid one but with the reservation, that it needed more investigaUon. Those basically against the idea held reservations in the other direction, he said. An official of Uie Wester Con- ference look a different track. "If we accept a team from the United States, are we siill the Canadian Football Commissioner Jake Gaudmir, who does not vote on Uie but merely supplies thfl pros and the cons of the deal lo the club owners, said he suspects there is a wide difference of opinion among the clubs. HOCKEY SCORES National Pil'-burali 4 Toronlo 1 H 13 m 01 35 A Los Ana-lei t Ne.-.- York A Chicago 1 Calitornls 3 Philadelphia Weil nivisn 14 I? 28 H V Mil 17ft Ab .15 17 11 707 J7 IB 19 S lid 1R1 41 I 130 163 IS 30 c 17J 172 37 1 137 712 37 r, pu dJ il RB'dlE. NY Gilbert, NY 35 42 77 Orr, B............. 23 5i 77 R. c' 3B 32 70 tin. Btt 37 23 M Redmond, D 32 25 5T F. Mnhovlich, M........ 27 3 57 Club. Meanwhile, He said the price o[ the pro- eufry.t if accepted, in the annual not be less than million. Losers dropped into E event _ i i'" Roger Comeau of Si. another Pee Uee contest, i Svmko o! Magrath Bonspiel, which ended I CFL president Sam Berger, Wednesday, Guruiar Holt of owner of Montreal Alouettes Lcthbridge won Ihe number. and quoted earlier in the week one event besUng Ijawrence' as in favor of expansion, had Lennon of Lcthbridge. Roy apparently shifted his atUtude, Johnson was third followed by j saying the application deserved serious study. "It can't be dismissed out of hand." OPPOSES MOVE Knnias Clly 5 Fort Wnrlh 3 Oklahoma CHy S 3 Weitern Denv-r 7 SeaMie Phoenix 3 San D'eg-) Pralris Sasksloon 6 Reoina i Saskalchewan Junior Melville 6 Weyburn 5 Saskatoon 8 Mo Jaw Western Canada New Westminster 6 Vancouver I Edmonlon G Brandon 3 British Columbia Junior Vernon i Penliclon S Inlercollegiali Loyola I Sir Georgo Wllliemi I Harvey Bourassa. The two event went to Hancy over Bob Mikado of the host club. Third David Maciura slapped in two Duanc Lendrum. John markers to pace the Bears to a Scolt Jarvic, Rockie Magee and 5_2 ,-m over the Bisons Pele Wenzel tallied a goal apiece for the Eees while Da- Don Coults, Darren Hollihan and Roljbie Sudekat cliipped in vid Bourassa replied for Llic apiece Maroons The Vikings scored I h r e e goals in Ihe firsl period and i and Don Marshall man- Mountain House and Lorn? was Jack Kuapp Francis following with in Earl Honors in tlie third evenl to JoliJi Schncyder as he Toronlo Argonauts' president fourth Lew Hayman said his "persona] opinion" is one of opposition to the move. But this might not be the ultimate view of the Argo- naut football club. Gerber of Grand Centre and Keith Collinge of Lloydminslcr. There were four rinks dim- i bested Joe fceman of Leth- inated They were bridge. Eric Holmes was Uurd I "I'm against it as a member Gil Svensen of Leduc. one of; and Steve Kunimoto fourth. of the expansion he (he favorites, Ray Jones of Alf Lagler, of said. "I'm opposed because I think the ultimate result would be the demise of the CFL." Ralph Sazio, Hamilton Tiger- Penguins in Pee Wee action Milk River for an exhibition j suffered Iwo defeats in the dou- third while Butch Sloan was Cats' general manager, said he Wednesday night. I encounter at p.m. tonight.' ble-knockout tournament. fourth. is a "strong believer m the Ca- 1 a goal each for the Bisons, i Spruce Grove, Bil Schronc-r of won the number four event Meanwhile Uie Lethbridge Fort Saskatchewan and Lercry j over Shig of Ma- skated to a >2 victory over tha Midgei Cornels will travel to Melsnes of Athabasca. They grath. Mel Reggie finished FOR BETTER DEALS ON GENERAL ALL GRIP TRACTOR TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 lit Avc. Swrh Phom 327-6816 or Due Jo the tremendous response to our Indoor Hurry-Up-Spring Sale we are continuing it again this weekend! 1969 OLDSMOB1LE DELTA CUSTOM 4-DOOR SEDAN E quipped with radio, automatic Irani., ond power steering. WAS S2995 COME IN NOW AND CHECK FOR THE GREAT SAVINGS ON THIS CAR 1970 MAVERICK Equipped wilh radio, cuflomatls nomical 6 motor. WAS S1895 CHECK FOR THE GREAT SAVINGS NOW ON THIS COMPACT MODEL The Beny boys ctre ready to deal swing into spring in n lote model car now ai N great saving. LATE MODEL CARS-INDOORS IN OUR SHOWROOM AND SERVICE DEPT. Where it's Warm Come ml YOUR CHOICE or 10 1970 fni ntomple CHEVROLET BEL MR PnoR '.IRAN fT'iippc-l "'IN tinted -r-i. iteennq. power brnkcv olornr, rf warrcinly. WAS CHECK NOW FOR THE FANTASTIC SPRING SAVINGSI 1971 CHEVROIET IMPALA SEDAN 1971 CADILLAC SEDAN DeVILLE Fully equipped wilh nvery Codillnc including oir conditioning. WAS S7993 CHECK FOR THE OUTSTANDING SPRING SAVINGS NOW 1CN79A 1970 CHEV Vz TON PICKUP With lonq wheelbass, box, V8, 3 spoed WAS S2595 CHECK FOR THE TERRIFIC SAVINGS ON THIS FINE TRUCK bmli5j. WAS S3995 CHECK NOW FOR TERRIFIC SAVINGS ON THIS CAR CARS ON DISPLAY IN OUR SERVICE DEPT. THURSDAY EVENING TIL 10 P.M. FRIDAY EVENING TIL 10 P.M. AND SATURDAY CONVENIENT GMAC TERMS AND M.I.C. TO SUIT SHOWROOM AND MAIN GARAGE 2nd Avo. and 8lh Si. 5. Phone 327-3M7 ;