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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Chapman must pay Hues Kings may be without coach By PAT SULLIVAN Iltmlil Sjwrls Wrilcr Jolm Chapman, coach Lcthbridgo Sugar Kings, has been fined and ordered to post a good behavior bond, the Albcrla Junior Hockey League announced Thursday. "The fine stems from Chap- man's numerous incidents in- volving fans, Uie latest of which occurred last Thursday in a game in said Jim Scoular of Calgary, AJIIL president. "Several smaller fines suspensions in the last years don't seem to have help said Scoular, adding tha Chapman is suspended unt the fine is paid. SEEK ALBERTA T1TLC Scolt Henderson ond his mates will seek the Alberta Elks curling title next weekend In Drumheller. Henderson has won the district and zone crowns to date ond a win at Drumheller would give him o berth in the Dominion final in Medicine Hat in March. Pictured above are front, left lo right, skip Henderson and third Sieve Gillies. Back, left to right, second Art Borzel and lead Red Ervin. Local rinks remain alive A pair of Lethbridge rinks saw action in two southern Al- berta playdowns evennig. Lylo Davis and Thursd a y his mixed rink are in Dnunheller for the couth finals while Gregory Ma- chacik is in Banff for the Schoolboy playdown. Machacik, representing LCI, lost a narrow 5-4 decision to Dennis Grant of Medicine Hat in his first game but rebound- ed for an 8-5 triumph over David Chapman of Innisfail. He was to play in the B semi- final this morning. Meanwhile in Drumheller, Lyle Davis emerged witli three straight wins Thursday to ad- vance to the A final today. He was to curl this morning in the primary fijial of Lhe three-day event. Davis reached the final of section A with an 8 2 w i n over Sandy heller. Mcamvhile Brown of Drum- in Virdcn, Gary Ross of Winnipeg won his fourth consecutive game Thurs- day night to reach the fours of the 1972 Manitoba c u r 1 i ng championships. Ross, with his granite foup some of Chip Hand, Jim Wilkie and Wayne Duncan, defeated Garth Strachan of Hamiota 9-7 in the final of the A-l group. Ross needs only one victory over the eventual winner of the A-2 group of one game losers in the modified double knock- out final to advance to the bcst- of three grand final for the provincial championship and a trip to the national finals. In the other group of non- losers Orest Meleschuk and Danny Fink, both of Winnipeg, meet today in the final of the B-l section. Meleschuk reached the final with an 8-7 extra end win over Johnny Usackis of Lac Du Bon- nett while Fink, skipping Don Duguid's two-time world cham- pionship rink, beat Barry Fry of Winnipeg 6-4. Avery at it again] SAPPORO, Japan (Heuter) Fresh from a struggle agains commercialism in Olympic jkiing here, 84-year-old Avery Brundage is turning his atten tion to basketball and athletics Controversial president of the International Olympic Commit tec, Brundage, a Chicago mil lionaire, is dedicated lo keeping the Olympics "pure, clean anox, elc. Reg. Special USED TRAILERS 1969 SCAMPER 15 FT. Heater, ridge, elc. Special I 1969 DRIFTER 14 FT. Healer, IpKiol 969 WAPITI 14 FT. Healer Social 095 1967 CORSAIR 17 FT. Shower, leatcr, fridge, etc. Special 968 STARCRAFT TENT TRAIL- TRUCKS 1971 DEMO GMC W TON SERRIA GRAND LONGHORN. 400 eu. in. V-8 engine, oulo- matic, P.S., P.B., positiaclion, ndio, lilt (leering, sliding winc'ew, air conditioner. Cab ight, gai tank, and many more options No other truck like it in this area. gpprox, 1972 GMC 4x4 TON. 350 cu. in. V-8 engine, oulomatic, '.5., P.B., radio, posilraclion, extra aai lank, etc. miles. Reg. price ipecial 1970 FORD n TON 4x4. V-B, 4 ipeed" (rani., heavy dufy milei. Red. Reg, S3195 1970 FORD VL TON. V-8, 4 Irani., miles. >ark green. Reg, 42795. Special 970 FORD TON. V-8, 4 ipeed trans., miles. Reg. i2795. Special 970 FORD TON. 6 cyl., 3 peed trans., miles. Ighl blue. Reg. CO1QC .2495. Special flC I WW 970 FORD V4 TON. V-8, 3 peed trans., miles, ight blue. Reg. .2595. Special 970 FORD Vi TON. V-B 4 peed Irani., miles, lark green. Reg. 2595. Special 970 FORD TON. 6 cyl., 4 peed trans., lark blue. Reg. 2595. Special 970 FORD TON. V-8, 4 peed miles. eg. pedal 970 FORD Vi TON. 302 cu. n. automatic. Red. Reg. I5, 969 CHEVROLET Vi TON. V-B, utomalic, radio, lue. Special CARS 969 BUICK EUCTRA. Conver- ible. Loaded, air condition- ing, etc. miles. Ap- irox. new price 18700. Special 969 THUNDERBIRD LANDAU. door, V-8, oaded. Special 969 FORD CUSTOM 500. 4 loor, V-8, P.S., .B. Clean. Reg. 1995. Special 9 6 8 CHEVROLET. 4 door 'agon. V-8, radio, elc. 965 CHEVROLET SEDAN. V-B, 965 DODGE. Sedan. V.B, utomalic. Reg. 695. Special 963 CHEVROLET, ednn. Special 961 FORD. Wagon. Special. 965 METEOR. -8, automatic, tc. (Rouah) 964 FORD. Sedan. V-P. mil alic. pecial NOTHING DOWN V.'.A.C. I A.C. FINANCING (UP TO 36 MOMIIS) ledan. V.B, Convertible UTO TRAILER SALES Lid. 20llt Si. and 3rd Ava S. Phant 327-2747 ;