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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Flyers to help charity PHILADELPHIA (AP) Bernie Parent's goalie mask, Bobby Clarke's all-star jersey and a number of other Philadelphia F'lyers' mementoes are to be auctioned off Friday night to benefit cancer research. The mask and jersey are among the items to be sold by the National Hockey League cham- pions at a a plate dinner dance for the In- stitute for Medical Research of Camden, N.J. The dinner is spon- sored by the wives of the Flyers' players as part of their fight for lives program. In addition, a high bidder at the dinner can go home with Gary Dornhoefer's elbow pads, Bill Barber's Flyers jersey, Jim Wat- son's skates, the stick w'ith which Rick MacLeish scored the winning goal in last year's Stanley Cup final, Orest Kindrachuk's Ed Van Impe's shoulder pads, or a'goalie stick autographed by the players. The Flyers also are offering three all- expense paid trips with 'the team for a road game against Toronto Maple Leafs. Wednmdiy, February 19, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Roundup of short sport Blades success was short, Red Deer it lasted just one period wins 5-4 Jenkins inks pact MONTREAL (CP) Ferguson Jenkins, a 25-game winner for Texas Rangers in 1974, has agreed to a new contract with the American League baseball club, his lawyer said Tuesday night. Larry Sazant of Montreal would not divulge details of the pact although he said it was a package close to Sazant said last week that Jenkins, a native of Chatham, Ont., was seeking an es- calating five-year contract worth the first season. Rangers owner Brad Corbett had responded with an offer of a year plus use of a car and a rent-free townhouse. THE CANADIAN PRESS For 20 minutes Tuesday night, Baltimore Blades might have had Maryland hockey fans thinking they were going to see their World Hockey Association team win a game at last. A Baltimore crowd of saw the Blades emerge from the first period with a 2-0 lead against Winnipeg, but then Bobby Hull and his linemates took charge and the Jets walk- ed away with a 5-3 win. It was the seventh appear- ance at Baltimore's Civic Centre for the Blades since their transfer from Michigan and the home customers still haven't seen a win. Things have gone from bad to worse for the Blades since the league approved their departure from Detroit's Cobo Arena. Representing Michigan, they had a 13-27-3 record, but they've won only one of 13 games since then. In Tuesday's other WHA games, Edmonton Oilers topped New England Whalers 6-3, Vancouver Blazers trounced Indianapolis Racers 9-2 and San Diego Mariners humbled Phoenix Roadrunners 7-0. Hull and linemate Anders Hedberg each had a pair of goals for the Jets. Danny Gruen had the other Winnipeg goal. Hull, Hedberg and the third member of their line, Ulf Nilsson also drew an assist each. Bill Evo and J. P. Leblanc gave the Blades a 2-0 lead in the first period and Gary Veh- eruzzo made it 3-1 for Balti- more in the second period after Hull scored his first goal.' Edmonton stayed in third place in the WHA's Canadian Division with the win, one point in front of the Blazers. The Oilers got off to a 5-0 lead in the first period. Tim Sheehy was impressive in his first game as an Oiler against New England since being traded for Ron Climie late last week. Sheehy picked up three assists, all in the first period, and missed two break- aways. Larry Israelson scored two goals and added an assist for the Blazers, who jumped into a 5-0 lead in the first period. Israelson, Hugh Harris, Claude St. Sauveur, Ron Chipperfield and Don Burgess did the first period scoring for Vancouver. Rick Sentes scored four goals and Andre Lacroix ex- tended his WHA record for scoring in the most consecutive games to pace San Diego. Lacroix extended his scoring streak to 19 games, three more than the old WHA record, with four assists. Ernie Wakely recorded his second shutout of the season, stopping 28 Phoenix shots. Fines for two players and a one-game suspension were an- nounced Tuesday in Los Ange- les by WHA executive vice- president Bud Poile. Mike Walton of Minnesota Fighting Saints was fined "for disrespectful actions to- ward game officials Feb. 6 in San Diego." Vancouver's Rick Jodzio was fined for returning to the ice after receiving a game misconduct penalty and New England's Nick Fotiu was sus- pended for one game, effec- tive Feb. 21, for an altercation with a linesman during a Feb. 8 game between those two clubs. Tonight's schedule has Que- bec Nordiques at Houston Aeros, Edmonton at Winnipeg and Minnesota at Cleveland Crusaders: World Football will try again CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Chris Hemmeter, president of the World Football League, in- dicated Tuesday there will be another attempt to place a franchise in Toronto with Larry Csonka, Jim Kiick and Paul Warfield as the nucleus. The three former Miami Dolphin stars'signed a per- sonal services contract last year with John F. Bassett of Toronto, owner of Memphis Southmen of the WFL. "There is a possiility that .we will return to Bassett said by telephone Tuesday from Las Vegas, Nev., where he was attending a World Hockey Association meeting. "But New York is a possibility arid so is Memphis." Hemmeter. said earlier in the day at a news conference in Charlotte that the league "will build a new franchise around the meaning Csonka, Kiick and Warfield. He said the franchise would be in. a city that wasn't in the league last season. The major stumbling block .to a Toronto WFL franchise is federal government pressure which forced Bassett to take his Toronto Northmen to Memphis as the Southmen in the WFL's inaugural season. BILL NOT ENACTED A bill was introduced in Parliament to forbid a Cana- dian franchise in the WFL, but Bassett moved the team before the bill was enacted. Csonka, Kiick and Warfield met with Hemmeter am Bassett in Toronto las weekend and were brought up to date on the WFL reorganization plans. TIRE AND AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE DeknM Rugged Nylon Cord Durable Quality Strong Dependable Ride ALL SIZES. ONE PRICE RISLONE TREATMENT Restores com preision and power PKSTOME WINDSMIUD No Trade-in Required Mo Charge for Tire Mounting MHEAGE GUARANTEED MILES or 20 MONTHS fieri HAILMARK lire a lifetime guarantee against road hozardf and workmanship WITHOUT LIMIT TO MONTHS OR MIIES AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE. 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Original equipment ihoch abtorb ers for moit North American cars, INSTALLATION Stereo Speaker Set BS-53-CflT.M College Shopping Mall 2021 Mayor MagraHi Drivo DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION 111 fWWOOIrtTlFtJM CO 110 am to p.m. Thuroday Friday fcM a.m. to fcOO p.m. Saturday tiOO a.m. to p.m. RED DEER (CP) Rod Pimm scored his fourth goal of the game at of sudden- death overtime to give Red Deer Rustlers a 5-4 win over the short-handed Calgary Canucks in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Tuesday night before fans. The injury-riddled Canucks started with only 13 players including two goaltenders and lost three through game mis- conducts and another through an injury. However, Dave Scott's goal early in the third period sent the game into overtime. Terry Wittchen scored the other goal for Red Deer who trailed 2-0 after the first period but drew even 3-3 after 40 minutes. The other goal scorers for Calgary were Rick Anderson, Wayn'e Sherger and Bill Keeley. Rustlers drew nine of 17 minor penalties, the teams split two majors and the Canucks took three of four game misconducts. The game was highlighted by brilliant goaltending by Rod Carlson of Red Deer and Lloyd Saar of Calgary. A four-goal performance by Doug Lecuyer led the Ed- monton Oil Kings of the Western Canada Hockey League to a 7-5 victory over the Spruce Grove Mets of the Alberta Junior Hockey league in an exhibition hockey game in Edmonton Tuesday night. Mike Will, Tony Currie and John Phillips also scored for the Oil Kings while Kelly Bunn, with three, Paul Messier and Keith Hertz replied for the Mets. The Oil Kings led 2-0 and 5-3 by periods and took seven of the nine minor penalties call- ed in the game. The teams split a pair of majors. HOCKEY TOURNEY TORONTO (CP) York University will be host Friday and Saturday to the annual Ontario Women's Inter- collegiate Athletic Associa- tion hockey tournament that will include entries from Guelph, Toronto, Western, McMaster and Queen's. CAMPERS GROWING TORONTO (CP) The an- nual Toronto Camping Show, which concluded a week-long run Sunday, attracted an increase of five per cent over the year re- sulted in sales of more than in camping equip- ment and trailers, increase of 12 per cent over was reported Tuesday by the show's manager, Terry Rogers. JOINS OXFORD EIGHT LONDON dian John Hatchings was se- lected Tuesday to the Oxford eight for the annual 'univer- sities boat race with Cambridge on the Thames River on March 29. Hutchings, No. 3 in the crew, was the only overseas oarsman selected. He previously attended the University of Manitoba before entering Christ Church, Ox- ford. SIGNS WITH BREWERS .MILWAUKEE (AP) Relief pitcher Tom Murphy; who had been considering go- ing to arbitration over his contract', has signed with Milwaukee Brewers, the American League baseball team announced Monday. Murphy, a right-hander, had 20 saves for the Brewers last season, second only to the 24 by Terry Forster of Chicago White Sox. He appeared in 70 games, worked 123 innings and had a 10-10 record, with an earned run average of 1.90. SAYS DRUG USE DOWN NEW YORK (AP) Drug use in the, National Football League has decreased con- siderably in the last several years, says commissioner Pete Rozelle, but he said there has been a drug problem in the sport. He said it would be impossible to determine the extent of private drug as marijuana and NFL players. He said football players were part of society and vulnerable to drug pressures which other persons face. AWARDED FRANCHISE TORONTO (CP) Operators of, Windsor Spit- fires of the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League have been awarded a franchise in the Ontario Hockey Associa- tion Major Junior A series for the 1975-76 season. Team owners rejected an appli- cation from North Bay, which has a team in the OHA Provin- cial Junior A series. A spokes- man said the Major series, which now will have 12 mem- bers, will be divided into two divisions. POMARICO SIGNS MONTREAL (CP) Frank Pomarico, a 23-year-old offen- sive guard from Howard Beach, N.Y., has signed with Montreal Alouettes. Southern Signs drop Hermans 2-1 Southern Signs pulled off the biggest upset of the season in the Lethbridge and District Broornball Association Sun- day night, nipping Herman's Upholstery 2-1. Ron Duda scored the winner with just four minutes remaining while Ben Schmold had the-other Southern Signs' goal. Jim Fraser scored for Herman's. The loss eliminated Her- man's from first-place contention. Four shutouts highlighted other action. Irwin Wyrostek scored the goal and Don Lewis picked up a shutout as the Knight Clubbers got past J and L Roofing 1-0. In another 1-0 contest, Roger McAdam scored the lone goal to lift the Lethbridge Hotel to a win over the Jaycee Jets. Leo Matteotti earned the shutout. Glen Payne scored once, and Ray Patterson turned aside everything shot at him as the Miners Library emerg- ed victorious over Ace Building Rovers in yet another 1-0 contest. The final shutout saw Shaughnessy blanking City Hall Gangsters 4-0. Rudy Fleischhauer and Tony Wolak scored two goals apiece while Frank Kocsinka had the shutout. In the other game Sunday, Hugo and Willy Brees scored goals to lift the Eagles to a 2-1 win over Lethbridge Correc- tional Institute. Dennis Diesing replied for the Lethbridge Correctional Institute. STANDINGS W T L PI. Lethbridge Hotel.....13 3 1 29 Herman's Uphol......11 4 2 26 Roofing ___-.....11 2 4 24 Shaughnessy ..........9 5 3 23 Miners Library.........7 5 5 19 Eagles ................a 2 7 18 Ace Building Rovers .7 3 7 17 Southern Signs ........6 3 8 15 JayceesJets...........5 4 814 Knight Clubbers........5 2 10 12 City Hall Gangsters.....2 015 4 Lelh Corr Inst..........1 1 15 3 SCORING LEADERS 6 A Ptl Roger McAdam ..........19 14 33 Gus Fomradas...........21 1031 Rudy Fleischhauer .......15 7 22 Tony Wolak...............9 12 21 Hugo Brees..............10 7 17 Alan Pennington ..........9 7 16 Ben Schmold.............9 6 15 Jim Corey................8 7 15 Eugene Yamada ..........4 11 15 BillRessler 4 14 Willy Brees ...............9 5 14 Bowling HOLIDAY BOWL ALPINE DRYWALL Joan Sudo 263 Sandra Hunt 279 Carol Hall 266 Judy Horlacker 273; Melody Bobinec 262; Barb Jarvie 301 Bunny Anderson 250 Betty Hobbs 265; Jean Christie 261. CIVIL SERVICE Harry Garrlck 285: Joan Sudo 273 Bill Farrell 283 George Komanac 267; Reid Anderson 267 Edith Votn 274 Lena Moore 267: Ernie Frache 297 Y.B.C. BANTAMS Laura Peterson 241; Randy Tremel 205: Russ Andreachuk 161; Kirby Nishikawa 193; Oianne Vaselenak 190; Ray Brown 209; Darcy Flexhaug 162: Betty Ann Pitt 173. Y.B.C. JUNIORS Val Wallace 228; Floyd Moncrieft 263; Billy Doyle 268; Judy Rapuano 231; John Gardin 209; Rick Link 202; Daren Flexhaug 213: Darryl Bailey 206. YOUNG ADULTS David Urban 287 Warren McEwen 251; Laurie Mellor 297 Gilbert Closson 257; Rogan Sinclair 289 Linda Malcomson 318 Brian Rossetti 210; Rudy Traichel 200; Jim Malcomson 218. C.P.R. SOCIAL Chris Guenther 238 Betty Fehr Carol Elengurrth 245; Von Tennant 278 Orley Cerney 269 John Sera 256; Elaine Sinclair 254; Jean Matchett 225; Alma Williams 270 George Matchett 295 Shirley Alexander 250 Some days wedonltseH any insurance. That may seem a bit strange, but then, we offer a lot of things other than life insurance. For instance, we offer some excellent financial planning programs. We can show you how to minimize taxes through income averaging annuities. We'll show you how the capital gains provision of income tax legislation affects you. We'll show you how to take the right steps to protect your capital. And we can custom- tailor a Registered Retirement Savings v Plan to meet your specific objectives. And that's just a part of our financial planning services for individuals. We can also offer a comprehensive Business Planning Service, including employee benefit programs, to the businessman. In short, we do a lot more than sell life'insurance. So maybe it's time you started thinking of us as something more than just life insurance men. You'll be surprised how helpful we can be. The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company Thinking with you. To: The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company Suite 3f 0, 740-4th Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta Deferred profit sharing plans. I'd like to know more about: Income averaging annuities. I___I Business planning services. I___I How to protect my capital. D Capital gains taxes. Flexible Registered Retirement Annuity. Life insurance (yes, we sell thai LJ D D it, loo.) I__I NAME CITY _ PROV.. POSTAL CODE ;