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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta NOW FOR OVERSEAS CHARTERS Departure end tonw now mluMt ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CKNTM VILLAOI MALL The Lethbridge Herald THIRD SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 13, 1974 Pages 23 34 '411 FILING CABINETS 1 Herald- Sports Famed horses not fertile? Insurance marker PARIS, Ky. (AP) Secretariat and Riva Ridge were given a tentative go ahead Tuesday to begin their first season at stud. While both famed thorough- breds have failed fertility tests as defined in agreements of syndicates that own mem, changes are being made to allow mem to begin breeding next week. Seth Hancock, president of Claiborne Farm and manager of both syndicates, said a panel of three veterinarians gave a "unanimous opinion that the stallions will get mares in foal." Darrell Zaperniuk (dark jersey, left) slips the puck under Mike McCollam of the Pass Red Devils to give the Lethbridge I onghorns a 4-2 Alberta Junior Hockey League victory Tuesday night before a full house at Henderson Lake Ice Centre. Chapman was upset, for a good reason Taber By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Well, John Chapman and his Pass Red Devils have been and gone for another year. Tuesday night, before better than 800 fans at Henderson Ice Centre, Chapman and his club bowed out 4-2 in their last visit here against the Lethbridge Longhorns for this season. The two clubs meet twice more in Blairmore. The game itself, a wide open contest, had little to do with the manner in which the evening ended. Chapman has been brought to task on more occasions than one He has some ques- tionable ideas about how hockey should be coached One thing, however, Chapman cannot be charged with is not trying his utmost to get the best for his players. Tuesday was an excellent example. Calgary papers, radio and TV recently criticized the refereeing of Dan Mandryk of Calgary. A good example of his poor handling of junior hockey games took place at Henderson Tuesday. Chapman, to say the least, was most upset. Mandryk was out of position for the Longhorns' winning .goal which should have been disallowed. But what really got Chapman's ire was the penalty calls late in the game with his club trailing 4-2 and trying to get back into the game Mandryk missed a slashing penalty that occurred in the Longhorn end of the rink and then called a harmless check to make up for it. Chapman reached the end of his patience when, what looked like a good check, was called a trip by Mandryk and all but killed Pass chances. A bench minor when someone threw the water bottle on the ice left the Red Devils two men short and for all intents and purposes the game was over. Darrell Zaparniuk paced the Longhorns with two goals, including the winner and insurance marker. Bernie Syrene and Ron Krikke added singles. Randy Sparks and John Hawkins replied for the Pass. The two clubs were deadlocked 1-1 after the first period as Sparks and Syrenne traded goals Zaparniuk and Krikke scored in the second to offset Hawkins' marker giving the Longhorns a 3-2 lead. Zaparniuk added a single goal in the third, picking up a rebound off the post on a shot by Krikke. The winning goal, Zaparniuk's first in the middle period, came after Randy Joevenazzo knocked down a high clearing pass from a Red Devil defenceman, the puck hit the ice off the glove of Joevenazzo and rolled to Zaparniuk who in turn fired a backhand past McCollam. The Red Devils appealed the play but to no avail Mandryk, who didn't see the play, said Joevenazzo had touched the puck after he knocked it down. The Red Devils took nine of 15 minor penalties while Wayne Turner drew a 10 minute and a game misconduct when he let Mandryk know how he felt about the referee's calls late in the 'ame. McCollam, who handled six shots flawlessly when the Longhorns had a two-man advantage, finished the night with 46 saves while Greg Dodd of the 'Horns blocked 39. LETHBRIDQE 4, THE PASS 2 Ftntt parted 1 Pass, (Alstad, Krook) 2. Lett) Syrenne (Klinkhammer. Meers) 7-10 Penalties Steven, McCracken (minors) 631, Kelts 6.54, Oumont 12 42, Turner 1455 Second period Pass, Hawkins 224. 4 Leth Krikke (Joevenazzo, Zaparniuk) 910, 5. Leth. Zaparniuk (Joevenazzo, Krikke) 15 31 Penalties Alstad, Meers (minor, major) Syranne 16-33 TNrd period 6 Leth. Zaparniuk, (Krikke, Meers) 9S9 Penalties Krikke Austin Sim 1651, Pass bench penalty 16-21, Tuner 10- minute misconduct, game misconduct names its club Taber, the wwest entry fat the Alberta Jorior Hockey Leagse, will be called the GeMeaSas. The motto of the Southern Alberta towi, Smiles east of Lethbridge, is "The Laid of the Loag Su" aad ttas the name Golden Sns. The anoncement was made today by team president Pat SUmbaski fat Taber. Golden SMS, who will begot operatfea wax fall, will be coached by Gary HiH, brother to Denis aad Bobby. Team colors win be green aid gold. f --In fact, Secretariat impreg- nated both test mares brought to him after he arrived at Claiborne. Hancock said the panel rec- ommended both horses begin the 1974 breeding season as scheduled, but "under veter- inary supervision to detect any indication of deterioration in semen quality." "Should this occur, steps may be taken by management to counteract Hancock quoted the veterinarians as saying. "The results of breeding the horses under these conditions will reflect the true degree of fertility." Drs. D. L. Procter, Floyd Sager and William R. McGee concluded. The veterinarians have re- fused to issue a certificate of fertility for either horse be- cause of immature sperm cells in the semen. However, other experts said this is a common finding in horses which have had hard racing campaigns in the recent past and often clears up after a short time on the farm. Both horses were owned by the Meadow Stable of Ooswell, Va., until Secretariat, the. first triple crown winner in 25 years, was syndicated for more than million and Riva Ridge for more than million. Both retired from racing near the end of last year. Fertility insurance was pur- chased on both horses by Meadow Stable during ACME TELEVISION'S EHOUSE SALE! We have increased our Warehouse Space at 535-13th Street North by 2500 sq. feet and we have over worth of Television and Appliances on display. Savings of up to 50% OFF on famous Nama Brand Tafavtsion and AppMancaa from tha Manutactursfs of ACS, Toshiba, Admiral, Magnovox, Hitachi, Sanyo, Qonaral Etsctrfc, Sunbaam, Uoyda, PhWips, Syhraria, Phfteo. 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