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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta It - THE IETHBRIOGE HERAlD - Wednesday, Fobruary 21, 1973 Coaches fined by Chynoweth SASKATOON (CP) - Three Western Canada Hockey League coaches have been fined a total of $650 for inappropriate conduct in recent games, Ed Chynoweth of Saskatoon., the league's assistant executive secretary, announced Tuesday. Stan Dunn of Swift Current Broncos was fined $500 for an altercation with a referee in a game Feb. 18 against Edmonton Oil icings. Brian Shaw, manager-coach of the Oil Kings, was fined $50 for not restraining his players from unnecessary action with fans behind the Edmonton bench in the same game. Chuck Holdaway of Calgary Centennials was fined $100 for lack of control of his players as a result of his spare goaltender leaving the bench to enter a fight in a game in Calgary Feb. 16. "There is no room in our league for these kind of actions," Chynoweth said, "and I have to place the responsibility for these kind of scenes squarely on the shoulders of the coaches and management." . Seagren bought a house with Superstar earnings Tops ROTONDA WEST, Fla. (AP) - Pole vaulter Bob Seagren, who had never "earned a legal dime in athletics," turned the Superstars sports carnival into a one man show Tuesday and collected a whopping $39<700. "We've been eyeing a nice home in Los Angeles," said Seagren's wife Kam, "but our bank account hasn't matched our taste in houses. Today, we bought the house." The handsome part-time actor, a gold medalist in the 1968 Olympics but a disappointment at Munich when his vaulting pole was outlawed, swept four of the last six events on a unique 10 sport program. Ten of the world's best known athletes strained in events oth- Bob Seagren topped the field of 10 Superstars Tuesday and earned himself $39,700, his first professional pay cheque. POOPS WWPJMW _^m-- ffltmt^ArwgA to vow * foodst YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK' 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY ON IARGE ORDERS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO "LIMIT QUANTITIES mayfarr * foods* PRICES EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 22nd, 23rd and 24th. BANANAS APPLES LETTUCE CARROTS GOLDEN YELLOW GOLDEN DELICIOUS EXTRA FANCY CALIFORNIA CANADA NO. 1 ......................... lb. Alberta Grown . 2-33 4 z 69" 29' CAULIFLOWER PURITY ICE CREAM 5 FLAVORS 3 PINT CARTON 0 California Canada No. 1 _______ lb. ORANGE CRYSTALS _ ,,tk* MS TOMATOES GREEN or WAX BEANS MIRACLE WHIP York choice............19 fl. oz. tins Cavalier 14 fl. oz. tins Kraft Salad Dressing..........48 fl. oz. far CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP Stuart House pkgs. 3,98 3.9* 4 88- 99 5.49' FROZEN FOODS ORANGE JUICE for WW FISH and CHIPS Frazer Valo Cod.......... 20 oz. pkg. 0 PURITY FLOUR 20 ft 138 Pancake Syrup TSa l". ]�r . . 48c Pancake Mix Aunt Jemima Regular or Buttermilk........3'/� lb. net wt. OOC Kleenex Tissue JSLSfwA f0r 78c Napkins2 Colored........60's 4 for 98c DAIRY COUNTER Margarine C QA* Red leaf l-!b net wt. W for WW Spreadeasy 4,78 2-lfa. net wt Cheese^0'" SllCeS nippy. 8 oz. net wt. CHUCK ROAST CROSS RIB ROAST Canada Grade A Steer Beef or Round Bone Canada Grade A Steer Beef WE CUT OUR MEAT TO YOUR REQUIREMENTS - TRY OUR MAYFAIR MEATS ... THE BEST BUY IN TOWN. Burns Mayfair . SIDE BACON GARLIC SAUSAGE PORK SAUSAGE Burns Campfire coil Burnshlre Bulk.................. lb. .....1 -lb. net wt. pkg. or than those for which they are famous, competing for $122, 000 in prizes. Seagren, 26, began his march by upsetting , former heavy weight boxing champ Joe Fra-zier in weightlifting Monday night and then won the baseball hitting, half mile run and one mile bicycle race Tuesday. Jean Claude Killy, the French idol of the ski slopes, was No. 2 over all, despite not winning an event, and took home $23,400. Table tennis was dominated by Rod Laver, and the tennis great from Australia rallied to tie for third in all events with race driver Peter Revson. Each man earned $13,100. The top five finishers in each sport were awarded points on a 10 7 4 2 1 basis, with each point worth $300. Then, the No. 1 over all man received an extra $25,000, with $15,000 for second and $10,000 for third. Seagren was a late entry, being selected when golfer Gary Player of South Africa was forced to withdraw due to illness. The Superstars is scheduled to be an annual event and the top four men were, to be invited to return in 1974. Two of the most popular entries, Frazier and pro football quartreback John Unitas, tied for last with 12 points apiece and made $3,600 each. N BENCH PLACES FIFTH Seagren had 49 points, followed by Killy with 28 and Revson and Laver with 27 apiece. Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds' slugging catcher, was fifth and earned $7,800. Basketball giant Elvin Hayes of the Baltimore Bullets edged Killy in the 100-yard dash in 11.5 seconds. The 6-foot-9 Hayes made $7,200. Rod Gilbert, all-star winger of New York Rangers of the National Hockey League, tied for seventh over-all with pro bowler Jim Stefanich of Joliet, 111., and each won $5,250. In table tennis, Laver ripped Gilbert 21-8 and then massacred Seagren 21-2 and Killy in an 11-0 skunk to take that event's $3,-000 first prize. Seagren locked up the $25,000 bonus by romping to a 50-yard victory in the half-mile run. He was timed in 2:25.5, much slower than his career best of 1:59 but well ahead of Hayes' 2:30. Bench was a surprising third in 2:33.3 and Killy next in 2:35. DIES ON VACATION ELOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) - E. W. (Bill) Boyer, vice-president of Minnesota Vikings, died Monday night while vacationing in Fata Springs, Calif., the team announced here. Boyer, 67, served as president of the National Football League club from its inception in 1960 until 1985, and served as vice-president since then. Serve up the pancakes Pouron the Rogers'! ROGERS' PANCAKE SYRUP with the golden flavor of cane-sugar syrup! And also take home ROGERS' GOLDEN SYRUP in the tin or handy plastic container. For a free ROGERS' RECIPE BOOK, write: B.C. Sugar Refining Co, Ltd., Rogers Street, Vancouver, B.C. Change of pace New York Ranger's star winger Rod Gilbert takes o full swing Tuesday as he competes in the Superstar special. Gilbert has given up the skates and ice for Florida's warmth as he takes part in a competition with other stars in sports other than his own. Gilbert came in second in hitting baseballs for distance. Bulls finally upend Lakers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago Bulls, literally blown off the court by Los Angeles Lakers in last year's playoffs, had lost 11 games in a row to the National Basketball Association's reigning champions-until Tuesday night. The Bulls, taking advantage o� the absence of the Lakers' injured Jerry West, ran away from them in the fourth quarter for a 103-89 victory, the first by the Bulls over Los Angeles since Oct. 22, 1971. In other NBA games, Boston Celtics beat Phoenix Suns 107-97, New York Knicks nipped Portland Trailblazers 110-106, Milwaukee Bulls turned back Cleveland Cavaliers 118-100, Buffalo Braves beat Kansas City-Omaha Kings 113-106 amd Golden State Warriors defeated Atlanta Hawks 118-115. In American Basketball Association action it was Dallas 119 Indiana 112; Memphis 107 Virginia 103 and Carolina 123 New York 106. The Lakers, came to. life in the fourth quarter to trim Chicago's lead to 78-75. But Chet Walker, who led the Bulls with 25 points, led a surge in which they outscored Los Angeles. John Havlicek, ignoring an injured knee and bruised ankle, led the Celtics with 26 points against Phoenix. LUCAS TAKES CHARGE With Willis Reed hobbled by a liniment burn on 'his left foot, Jerry Lucas, who alternates as a reserve forward and centre, took over for the sidelined New York captain under the boards and matched his high game for the year with 27 points. The victory, New York's 49th of the season and one more than they got all last year, kept the Knicks within ZVz games of Japanese St. Andrews TOKYO (Reuter) - Probably the most unusual venture on the Japanese golf scene so far is the establishment of a replica of Scotland's famed St. Andrews golf course. Scheduled to open 5 n April, 1974, the Japanese version will be an exclusive club barring membership to women and anyone under 40, The founder is Zenya Ham-ada, a 47-year-old businessman and playwright, who managed to talk the canny Scots into letting him borrow the name of the St. Andrews Course free of charge. The new St. Andrews Country Cub, in Othawara, north of Tokyo, contains two 18-hole courses designed by Jack Nick-laus, and costing $15 million. first-place Boston in the Atlantic Division. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar scored 17 points in the first quarter as Milwaukee blew the Cavaliers off the court, racing in front 32* 17 in the opening 9% minutes. Abdul-Jabbar wound up sharing scoring honors with Oscar Robertson, each with 28 points. The sparkplug of the Kansas City-Omaha attack, NBA scoring leader Nate Archibald, was on the bench nursing a bruised loft knee. That was ail the Braves needed to hand the ICings their fourth straight setback and after a four-game spin of their own. Herman Gilliam kept bringing Atlanta back, but Nate Thur-mond's dunk shot and free throw with four seconds left provided Golden State with its winning edge. Palmer, Nickiaus set to meet FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -Jack Nickiaus and Arnold Palmer, bubbling with renewed confidence, are set to resume their head-to-head rivalry in Jackie' Gleason's $260,000 tournament that opens the Florida portion o� the PGA golf tour. It's the first event on a four-tournamemt swing through Florida as the marathon pro tour shifts cross-country after a seven-week stay on the West Coast. The site of the 72-hole event that begins Thursday is the par 72, 7,128-yard East Course at the Invenrary Golf and Country Club, where Nickiaus missed by one stroke of overhauling winner Tom Weiskopf last year for what was then the biggest prize on the 'tour, $52,000. Palmer, then in the throes of a long and dismal slump, had scores of 80 and 79 in the final two rounds and beat just one man in the field. The 43-year-old Palmer ended that slump in his last outing, however, using a return to his old putting stroke in beating Nickiaus for the title in the Bob Hope Desert Golf Classic. "I missed some, but I made the putts I had to make," said the obviously relieved Palmer, whose erratic putter had been his biggest problem in an 18-monlh victory famine. ' Nickiaus, however, is ranked as the man to beat in the field that includes all but three of the top 30 money winners from last year. The only major names missing are Gary Player, recovering from surgery in South Africa, England's Tony Jacklin and Billy Casper, who is playing in South America. ;