Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
34 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, February 10, 1975 OUTFITS COME FROM EATON'S Native Sons wear Alberta colors in national bid Ken Rook general manager of Eaton's, and Tom McNab, chairman of the Friends of the Games, met in the Spring of 1973 and decided that the male outfits for the Games should have a western flair. Mr. Rook then contacted John Mainella, Eaton's merchandise manager for the region in Winnipeg, and (he Canada Winter Games the selection of design, color, etc. for the outfits was undertaken. andtotU ustwha Y's Men Tut" emphasizes Yanosik "we proved that Alberta and we're going to sUck With the assistance of Mrs. L. Vadebronker, fashion coordinator, Mr. Mainella soon had the outfits designed, colors, chosen and orders of made-to-measure western outfits were in production. Eaton's also donated BOO Yellow Stetsons, that were used as promotional items by the :Lethbndge Southern Alberta contingent that attended the Summer Games; in Burnaby New Westminister. the righ to repr Alberta in the Games when thev bested five other l teams STEREO PHOTO Kodak Film SPECIAL Stock Up For your Winter Games photographs 3 Days Only, Feb. 11, 12, 13 KODACOLOR II 12 exposure, C110, C126 20 exposure, 36 exposure C135 19 449 Kodachrome 25 or 64 -20 exposure 36 exposure MAGISTICK PRINTS No mounting materials needed. Develop print. 12exposures Develop Print 20exposures Develop ft Print. 29 All prints returned on silk paper with sell adhesive backing. PHOTO 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6661 tournament at the Snnrtsolex Shed by Howie Yanosik 3 game, there was little doubt that the Native Sons were the class of the provincial playoff The, ocaLhumped Olds 8-3 before the tight contest with Lloydminster, and Then went oh to drop Calgary 4-1 and Fairview semi-final and we're really looking Hougan, and Darrel Os- mond won't be giving anything away to the or, position; since the Alberta playoffs, but at present he has three set lines, along with one in- valuable utility player who does everything for the club Captain Joe Meh centres one unit which features Greg Kveder on right wing, and Pwayne Howell on the ruary 20 with games being held at the against the first place team theote divisional the Sportsplex Friday, February 21. cnam pionship baturaay, February 22 at the Sportsp ex at 2 p.m. The Nahve Sops are in a centre the other two lines. the Native Sons had racked up 22 wins while losing only twice in league play. However, in a game against Lloydminster Border Blazers during the Alberta playoff tour- nament, the locals waited until there were only 39 The coach is confident that his club will do Alberta proud in the national competition, but 2isssa5 Dumont, the club's sparkplug, on right wing, while Glen centres for Reg Osmond and Ron Simmons. The remarkable fact about the club is the amaz- ing balance of the three Edward Island, and other division. regulation time ing the game 3-3. A goal early in the over- time period won the game .and sent the Native Sons on into the semi final, but had they lost the contest, it would have meant elimination. The Native Sons, will go with the same club that took the Alberta title when they enter the 12 team Canada Winter Games competition. "We decided not to. strengthen the club by picking up anyone says coach Yanosik. "The kids went all out to win Alberta, and all of them deserve to play in the "Besides Yanosik adds, "I'm not sure that anyone we could pick up would help us." According to the rules, the Alberta representative is allowed to pick up any "But we've had so many easy games in the league that our defencemen have not been playing much defensive hockey. If we can fix ftat up, we'll be right in there." The Native Sons have a fine netminding duo in Gary Warner and -Gary Clark.. The more experienced Warner was .used ex- clusively in the Alberta playoffs, and came up with an outstanding perfor- mance, but young Clark, who is only 15 years old, has been sharp of late, and both should see extensive action in the Winter Games On the bluellne, the Native Sons have five steady defencemen ready for duty. Dennis Halt and Ken Klinkhammer, both of whom were outstanding in line, or reserve the term "checking line for Gmo Guzzi is the utility man and not playing on a not seem to bother mm at an. "Gino hel ps u? so much in different positions that I don't like to put him on one line, "say; kills penalties and plays on the power play, plus filling in at different spots during the game.' _ The Native Sons should see their toughest tests between February 16 and 23, when they face the top Junior B clubs in the country. Tne Winter Games hockey competitions have been divided into two six team divisions who will e ac hp lay a roun d robro tournament with just the top two teams advancing to the semi finals. Manitoba On- Quebec to be will be teanl) an the Native sons a-re hot going into the Canada wjnter Games overconfi- dent by any means. says Yanosik wistfully, "if we can play we are able, there is definitely a chance that we could pull it off." "And wouldn t that be something? Southern fans cjjn J wun a ioua ICE HOCKEY SCHEDULE Round robin divisions Ontario Saskatchewan Northwest Territories Yukon British Columbia Nova Scotia B Alberta Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland Prince Edward Island Quebec Sunday, Feb. 16 5 p.m.-Pincher Creek-Ont. vs. Sask.-119 5 p.m.-Standoff-N.W.T. vs. B.C.-122 i vs. 9 p.m.-Pincher Creek-Alta. vs. Man-120 9 p.m.-Stantioff-N.B. vs. Nfld.-I23 9 p.m.-Taber-P.E.I. vs. Que.-125 Monday. Feb. 17 5 p m.-Pincher Creek-Nfld. vs. A1U.-147 5 p.m.-Standoft-P.E.I. vs. N.B.-H9 5 vs. 9 p.m.-Pincher Creek-B.C. vs. Ont.-152 9 p.m.-Standoff-Yukon vs. N.W.T.-148 9 vs. Tuesday, Feb. 18 5 p.m.-Pincher Creek-N.S. vs. N.W.T.-159 5 vs. 9 p.m.-Pincher vs. N.B.-169 9 p.m.-Standoff-Nlld. vs. Man.-171 Wednesday, Feb. 19 12 vs. 3 vs. 5 vs. 5 p N.B. vs. Alta.-197 9 p.m.-Pincher Creek-Sask. vs. Yukon-198 9 vs. Thursday, Feb. 20 12 vs. 3 vs. 5 p.m.-Standoff-Alta. vs.