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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE February NOW FOR OVERSEAS CHARTERS dotes and now available ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PhOM Herald- Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th St. Shopping Mall Lethbrldge, Alberta PhoiW (403) 321-7411 CHAIRS... Fan support not enough Oh no you don't Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams' Mark Baldry (left) seems to be giving Magrath Zeniths' Ted Haynes (right) a little'shove with his right hand and grabs for the ball with other in an attempt to prevent a basket. Baldry and his teammates stopped enough of the Zeniths' shots to win the Southern Alberta High School "A" Boys' Basketball League game 51-44 at the LCI gym Friday night. Clover has had enough OAKLAND (AP) Fred Glover resigned- Friday as executive vice-president and interim coach of the California Golden Seals hockey team, a club spokesman said. Glover's resignation came one day after the announcement that the National Hockey League had purchased the Oakland-based team from Charles Finley. MELROE BOBCAT WORLDS MOST POPULAH SKID STEEB LOADER One Bobcat handles scores of construction jobs! 26 fob-proven, quick change attachments transform Bobcat into kinds ot construction specialist Bobcat does the heavy work the gravel. lumber and masonry hauling then qukMy handles picky cleanup jobs. indoors and out Four Bobcat models gtve contractors a wxJe of capacities and power options to choose from AH models feature positive 4-wheel drive 360 pnrot turning, fingertip control and fool pedal hydraulics. The exclusive Bob-Tacti system allows operators to change attachments m less than a mmule without leaving the machine the price oi a phone caD well demonstrate how the Botocai can save time and money on the Wnt5 of jobs you do And well show you how it's easier than ever to own or lease a Bobcat. Can us today C 6 J EQUIPMENT RENTALS SALES ft SERVICE Rams bounce Zeniths By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The visiting Magrath Zen- iths had the fan support, but not the guns as they dropped a narrow 51-44 decision to the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams in a Southern Alberta High School "A" Boys' Basketball League game Friday night. It was the eighth victory in nine starts for the league- leading Rams, who'll face a tough Cardston Cougar club tonight. The second place Cougars, who have handed the Rams their only loss of the season, will host the eight o'clock encounter. Meanwhile in last night's match, the visiting Zeniths brought along a large number of loyal supporters who visibly out-numbered the local fans at the LCI gym. At first it seemed as though the Magrath fans would play Pronghorns taste lop-sided defeat By THE CANADIAN PRESS University of British Columbia Thunderettes provided a tough act to follow Friday night as they erupted for a 103-21 victory over University of Lethbridge Pronghorns in a Canada West University Athletic Association Women's Basketball game. But the men managed it. They defeated the Pronghorns, the Lethbridge men's team, 81-42. The victories were virtually meaningless for the men, who remained 10 points behind leading Alberta, but the first- place women stayed two points ahead of Saskatchewan. Alberta Golden Bears downed Victoria Vikings 69-65 and Saskatchewan Huskies nipped Calgary Dinosaurs 78- 77 in other men's games. Victoria flattened Alberta 51- 34 and Saskatchewan blasted Unifarm bonspiel all set Monday, at the Lethbridge Curling Club, the annual Region 14, Unifarm Bonspiel kicks off for the 22nd time with an opening draw at nine in the morning. A total of 45 rinks from, various parts of Southern Alberta will be in the running for silverware in four events. This year's events'include the number one Southern Alberta Co-op, number two United Farmers of Alberta, number three Co-op Insurance Services and the number four Superior Propane Ltd. Listed below is the opening draw for Monday's first round play: flajn. Art Wamock, Wrentham vs Harry Hudson. Newlands: Stan Brecka, Iron Springs vs Clem Kaupp. New Dayton: Bob Hanna. Newlands vs Bob Thomas. Warner; Gerald Shimek. Turin vs Uoyd Brantner. Wrentham: Larry Thompson, Newlands vs George Wobick. Wilson; Cyril Schoen, Warner vs Norm Ober. Readymade; Elling Lunde. Newlands vs Ken Hirsche. Wrentham; Jim Nayna. Iron Springs vs Laddie Pavka. Taben Fred Leveric. Newlands vs Brian Otto. Warner: Kay Xitagawa. Vauxhall vs Sharon Bene. Wilson. Roy Jensen. Newlrnds vs Ken Mueller. Wrentham; Fred Burton. Readymade vs Robert Newiands: Hal Cronkhite. Warner vs Shig Nakagawa. Magrath; -Gordon 'media. Newlands vs John Panczak. Magrath: Mike Balaz. Newlands vs Ted Rudd. Wrentham; Owen Coaker. vs Robert Holt. Raymond; Georsa Todd. Newlands vs Jocko Tarnava. Wrentham: George Mueller. Warner vs Tony Postman. Newlands: Roy Johnson. Magrath vs Sonny Miller. Readymade: Tom Fukami. Newlands vs Charles, Brantner, Wrentham. 140 pjn. Les Barttett Wilson vs Konrad Gate. Newlands: Mm toshida. Iron Springs vs Martin Turin. Calgary 89-29 in women's contests. The Thunderettes were led by Carol Turney and Liz Silcott, with 16 points each, and Judi Kent, with 14. Sandra Knight had eight for the losers. In the men's game, Blake Iverson had 19 points and Ralph Turner 16 to lead UBC. Larry Baker was Lethbridge's best with 14 points. Steve Ignatavicius had 14 points to lead the Golden Bears while Tom Holmes paced Victoria with 13 in men's play. Lorna McHattie contributed 13 points, Edna Ritchie 11 and Rita Clarkson 10 for the Vikettes. Amanda Holloway was tops for the Pandas with eight points. Bob Thompson's short jump shot with six seconds remaining provided Saskatchewan's victory over Calgary. Thompson spearheaded the Huskies with 23 points. Gene Pavelich produced 19 points and Dean Fans 16. Tom Bishop paced all scorers with 31 points for Calgary. Don Lamont and Jim Lathrop each added 14. Teri Duke paced the Huskiettes with 17 points. Barb Wilson had 14, Dot Czarnota 13 and Karen Kusler 12. Moiya Pilling was the Dinnies' leader with five points. Harrison may stay EDMONTON (CP) High- scoring centre Jim Harrison said Friday he would like to stay with Edmonton Oilers if the World Hockey Association team can meet his contract demands. But he said if the Oilers don't give him the 10-year contract he says they promised, he would like to return to Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey- League. "I feel if they don't give me this contract, if an opportunity arose to return to Toronto, I would certainly take he said in an interview from his hospital bed, where he is receiving treatment for back problems. Harrison, who left the Maple Leafs to join the Oilers when the WHA began play in 1972, earlier said it appeared he would never play again for the Oilers. He accused general manager Bill Hunter of misrepresenting the truth to him in contract negotiations and misleading the public and news media about his injuries. Hunter has refused comment moact 1410 2nd South Salesman of the Month We are pleased to an- nounce that 'Brian Franz' has won the Salesman of the Month award for Janu- ary. We congratulate Brian forchis fine efforts, and suggest that if you're look- ing for a new or used car, give Brian a call al 327-1591 Brian Franz FLEMING MOTORS LTD, TOi Stand 1st Phone 327-1S91 an important role in the final outcome of the game as they cheered the Zeniths to a commanding 11-5 first quar- ter lead. They went ahead 15-7 early in the second quarter, but suddenly the Rams started to move the ball a little better and decreased the deficit to 20-19 by half-time. The Rams maintained their momentum in the second half and more-or-less carried much of the play. They picked up the lead for the first time in the game just three minutes into the third quarter and never looked back. Mark Baldry led the Rains' assault with a 15-point performance while teammates Ross Blackmer and Ron Shemanchuk chipped in with 12 and 11 points respectively. Ted Haynes hooped 14 points and Kevin Anderson 13 in a losing cause. The Rams were good on 33 per cent of their field goal attempts compared to the Zeniths' 28 and shot 43 per cent from the line to that of the Zeniths' 57 per cent. The locals also out- rebounded the visitors 41-37 and gave up 23 of the game's 52 loose balls. The Catholic Central Cougars chalked up a brilliant 58-55 comeback victory over the visiting Raymond Comets in another league match last night. The Cougars trailed 20-9 after the first quarter and 37- 20 at the end of the second. They stormed back to cut the deficit midway through the final quarter and went onto victory. John Mackel paced the Cougars with 14 points while Bill Dudas added 14. Ron Heggie managed 13 points and Mark Williams 12 for the Comets. In a "B" boys' game; the CCHS Flyers upended the Raymond Mustangs 46-30 behind Dave Koskoski's 19- point outing. Ron Hill notched 10 points for the Mustangs, who trailed 23-16 at the half. HOOP SHOTS LCI has at least four times the student enrolment, but can't out- suppert Magrath Mark Baldry was hot for the Rams in the second half as he hooped 13 of his 15 points in the final 16 minutes Ron Shemanchuk was a standout for the Rams under the backboards and never really lost his cool after receiving some cheap shots Young Kevin Anderson seems to lead the Rams' attack on account of his superb ball handling and heads-up play The game officials took a lot of abuse from the fans, but as far as I'm concerned you can't keep everyone happy all the time. Meanwhile the Magrath Eagles whipped the LCI Colts 48-28 in a "B" boys' basketball game last night. The Colts had held a slim 15- 12 lead after the opening quar- ter, but the Eagles stormed back to take a solid 25-17 margin by the half. They extended their lead to 38-21 by the end of the third quarter and more-or-less had an easy time the rest of the way. Vince Harker and Rob Rollingson paced the Eagles with a 14-point outings while Craig Murray managed seven points for the Colts. EAGLES 41, COLTS 21 CIBJII Mehew. Henry 6. Harker 14. Tanner. RoDlngson 14. Alston 2. Haynes 3. Dahl 2. Riptoy. Wolsey 3. Wilde 3. Rirte 1. Total 4S Steed 5. Biesbroet. Yorgason; Sinclair 4. Haywand: Peterson 4. Boychuk. McNabb 4, Yoshida 2. Murray 7, Dueck. Malmbers; Robinson 2. M HAMS SI ZENITHS 44 MMM Baldry 15. Anderson 4. Davies 2, Wilde 3. Stevens 10 Maftnberg. Robinson. Blackmer 12. Hudson. SnemanchUk 11. Total 51 Rollingson 9. Anderson 13. Harker 4. Haynes 14, Wilde: Wong. Mehew, Holtaway 2. Parkins 2. Clifton, Robinson. Total STAPF ENTRANCE LOOKIN AT THESE FOUtt WAULS DAVAPTER IT'S ALRIGHT DON'T UKE THE I'M CHANGE PLACES ANY YOU LIKE! National Hockey League plans peace settlement CHICAGO (AP) The Na- tional Hockey League's board of governors established Friday a plan for a proposed settlement in their litigation war with the World Hockey Association. NHL president Clarence Campbell said the proposal will be submitted to Judge A. Leon Higginbotham in Philadelphia next Tuesday along with an expected similar proposal from the rival league. After die meeting with NHL lawyers, Campbell said: "I'm sorry to say I have no comment; there is too much at stake." The long discussed peace move between the two leagues is aimed at ending a million court fight. The proposal for settlement first offered by the WHA would have the NHL pay million legal fees incurred by the new league in its fight against the NHL. Campbell said the "unknown quantity" is the reaction of the NHL Players' Association. Campbell said he presumed that Judge Higginbotham would also consider a presentation by the players' association before considering a scheduled March 18 trial for the anti-trust suits the WHA has brought against the NHL. HANDLED BY LAWYERS Campbell noted that the two leagues never had a meeting and all the negotiating so far has been done through lawyers. In earlier meetings at Chi- cago and Philadelphia, the NHL governors had not obtained the unanimous consent required for the litigation settlement, al- though the WHA trustees had already agreed to terms. Campbell said in Friday's decision there had been "some but he did not elaborate. The WHA also had proposed 16 exhibition games between the two leagues, ard in torn would its raiding of NHL players after A-ig. and respect the new NHL option clause. The clause gives a player freedom to move to another team only after he has played an option year beyond the terms of his contract. TO DEATH' Campbell said that if the judge fails to react favorably to the peace offers next Tuesday, the battle between the two leagues might continue. He repeated earlier estima- tion that if the litigation "went aU the way, it could cost million a fight to death." Oakland Seals, sold this week by Charles O. Finley to STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION HON., FEB. 18 p. l.A, THtelHl: TN Krvtt n Urry LMN M 1Mb laar M AMhaaai aaa f MOTf UMM WBW II MMPJWf I 5 Bouts Wrteh STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV? the National Hockey League, were represented by its three- lawyer trusteeship, headed by Arthur Morse of Chicago. Campbell said the NHL committee which authorized the purchase of the Seals also has power of sale and has had a number of prospects who had not been "actively explored, because we had to wait until we had something to sell." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES National East West St. L. World EastDMeton W L T F A P N. England 31 24 2 211 195 64 Toronto 29 26 4 231 207 62 Quebec 29 25 3 210 188 61 Cleveland 25 25 5 168 179 55 Chicago 25 24 3 170 177 53 New Jersey 24 32 2 173 125 50 Weal Division W L T F A P Houston 34 17 5 225 148 73 Minnesota 30 26 1 227 292 61 Winnipeg 27 26 5 195 206 59 Edmonton 27 29 0 193 205 54 Vancouver 22 32 0 207 226 44 L. Angeles 20 37 0 169 229 40 HOCKEY RESULTS National Boston 4 Vancouver 2 Montreal 9 Detroit 4 World Minnesota 7 Winnipeg 1 New Jersey 6 Cleveland 2 New England 7 Edmonton 3 Houston 6 Los Angeles 4 American Virginia 4 Boston 1 Baltimore 6 Rochester 3 Cincinnati 8 Jacksonville 3 Hershey 8 Springfield 4 Western Salt Lake 5 San Diego 4 Portland 3 Seattle 2 Phoenix 4 Denver 3 International Saginaw 4 Rim 3 Southern Winston-Saiem 3 Roanoke 2 North American Syracuse 2 Binghamton 2 Ontario Senior Orillla 11 Cambridge 5 Barrie 2 Brantford 0 International Trail 8 Cranbrook 5 Kftnbertey 9 Spokane 7 Quebec Major Sorel 10 Hull 2 Chicoutimi 7 Cornwall 6 Sherbrooke 5" Montreal 4 Quebec 12 Shawinigan 2 Quebec Junior Beauport 10 Grand'Mere 2 Waterloo 3 St. Jerome 2 St. Johns 9 Rosemont S Lac Megantic 6 Cap de la Madeleine 3 Central Junior Smiths Falls 7 Nepean 3 Brockville 7 Pembroke 5 Ontario Major Junior Ottawa 5 London 1 Kitchener 6 Sudbury 1 Toronto 6 Hamilton 3 St. Catharines 6 Kingston 2 Southern Ontario Junior Welland 22 Michigan 2 Chatham 5 Guelph 2 Detroit 5 Buffalo 4 Western Canada Medicine Hat 6 New Westminster 1 Calgary 11 Brandon 1 Saskatoon S Winnipeg 5 Regina 5 Flin Flon 3 Manitoba Junior St. Boniface 7 Kenira 4 Portage la Praine 4 Winnipeg 2 Dauphin 6 St. James 3 Saskatchewan Junior Notre Dame 4 Melville 1 Estevan 5 Humboldt 3 British Columbia Junior Penticton 4 Langley 2 Kelowna 6 Vernon 4 intercollegiate Saskatchewan 4 Calgary 2 Sir George Williams 3 Bishop's 3 Trois-Rivieres 11 Macdonald 0 Toronto 6 Ottawa 2 Alberta 7 British Columbia 2 York 7 Queen's 3 Lakehead 7 Brandon 5 Winnipeg 6 Manitoba 3 U.S. College Ohio U. S Western Michigan 4 Michigan 5 Colorado 4 Massachusetts 6 Colby 3 Army 4 Norwich 3 CANADA WEST HEN'S P W L Alberta 17 16 1 32 UBC 17 11 6 22 Victoria 17 9 8 18 Calgary 17 7 10 14 Lethbridge 17 4 13 8 Saskatchewan 17 4 13 8 CANADA WEST WOMEN'S P W L Ma British Columbia 15 13 2 26 Saskatchewan 15 12 3 24 Victoria 17 10 7 20 Alberta 17 9 8 18 Calgary 17 S 12 10 Lethbridge 17 0 17 0 Junior T Hockey Saturday, Feb. p.m. HENDERSON LAKE ICE CENTRE LETHBRIDGE Y's MEN'S NATIVE SONS vt TABER Everyone Welcome ;