Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE LITHBRIDGE HIRAID Wednesday, Jnnuory U, 197J HIGA'S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR CONTINUES THIS WEEK SUITS GROUP 1 Reg. values to GROUP 1 Reg. value! lo GROUP 3 Reg. values to WINTER JACKETS 30% to 50% OFF SELECTION OF SHIRTS LONG AND SHORT SLEEVED 1 PRICE OVERCOATS AND CAR COATS '10 ONE SELECTION AT I W ALL OTHERS AT 30% lo 50% off DRESS AND CASUAL PANTS With reg. values to 18.95 CLEARING OUT AT ONLY SPORT COATS Reg. lo NOW CLEARING OUT AT ONE PRICE 40 SWEATERS ONE GROUP AT PRICE MANY OTHERS AT 30% OFF DRESS AND CASUAL PANTS GOOD SELECTION AT 30% to 50% OFF SPECIAL TABLES TABLE TABLE TABLE ValuEl to 7.95 YOUR CHOICE Values to 10.00 YOUR CHOICE 3-00 SHIRTS AND SHOES Values to 15.00 YOUR CHOICE 5-00 ALL ALTERATIONS ON SALE ITEMS EXTRA OPEN THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. HIGA'S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 406 13th St. N. Phone 327-7610 Unger breaks monopoly for St. Louis Hawks. North Stars take most all-star berths MONTREAL (CP) Chicago Black Hawks showed evidence of their 11-point lead atop the West Division standings Tues- day when seven of them were named divisional representa- tives in the 25th annual National Hockey League all-star game Jan. 25 at Bloomington, Minn. Division all-star team were cho- sen by the Professional Hockey Writers Association. Minnesota North Stars, cur- Twelve members of the West' rently in second place with 49 Short sport SLATER NAMED COACH LOS ANGELES (AP) The Los Angeles franchise of the new World Hockey Association Tuesday named Terry Slater, a former National Hockey League player, as coach of the Sharks ROGERS BREAKS RECORD SYDNEY (AP) Australian swimmer Neil Rogers broke the Commonwealth record for thi men's 100-metre butterfly at the New South Wales championships today. HOWE WILL PLAY SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (AP) Mark Howe, 16-year-old son a former Detroit star Gordii Howe, has been given permis sion by school officials to play hockey in the Olympics in Sap- poro, Japan, starting Feb. 3. James Smythe, principal of Southfield-Lathrup High Schoo irfiere Mark is an llth-grader said Monday "Mark and 1 lave worked out arrangements, will be gone from school about one month. He will be required to make up work missed." BEST GFVEN ORDERS LONDON Best, ilayboy of British soccer, has teen ordered by his club, Man- chester United, to abandon his ilayboy image and move from us mansion to a board- ing house. Best was ordered to tame his mage as punishment for miss- tig a week's training. Manches- er United fans now are wonder- ng how the order will affect their idol's highly publicized pri- life. EXPOS SIGN TWO MONTREAL (CP) Infield- er-outfielder Bob Bailey and outfielder Ron Woods have be- come Hie fourth and fifth mem- bers of Montreal Expos 36-man winter baseball roster to sign contracts for the coming Na- tional League season, Bailey drove in 83 runs, second on the dub to rightfielder Rusty Staub, ivhile batting .251. Lacrosse at YMCA Lacrosse has been added to the list of activities at the Lethbridge YMCA. Dave Snell, who played with Taber in the Alberta Lacrosse league last season, will coach the club after it is organized. A meeting, to organize a club, is set for the Family Y Friday evening at It is open to anyone interested. The team will be made up of boys 12-15 years of age. Team registration is free to all YMCA members while a charge has been set for boys interested who are not YMCA members. Will FRAZIER CLOSE HIS MOUTH? Terry Daniel, yawns in confidence after being asked about chances of upsetting Joe Frazier in Saturday's world heavy- weight championship bout. Daniels feels he will whip the champ. Frazier has other thoughts. All is old jays Frazier NEW ORLEANS (AP) Joe Crazier celebrated his 28th lirthday today by training for lis fight with Terry Daniels and >y thromag some verbiage at his "old" adversary. Muham- mad AS. "He's getting Frazier said of Ali who will be 30 next .londay. "He's becoming an old ool." Daniels, aa unranked and lil- Je-known fighter who is a for- mer Southern Methodist Univer- sity football player, will be the man after Frazier's world heavyweight title Saturday night. But it was Ali that sports writers, most of (hem here for the Super Bowl football game Sunday, wanted most to talk about. And Frarier, obviously ran- kled by All's public claims that he really beat Frazier last March, was willing to oblige. On the subject of a rematch, which Ali has said he wants so he can avenge his only defeat and retire, Frazier said: "I don't have to fight him again. I feel Gay (All's also know as Cassius Clay) is gonna' have to respect more than he has. Because I don't need Mm." The champion also knocked Ali's physical condition. "He's been fat the last few tights 1220 "I'm 209 now and will go into the ring about 207. I'm ready." While Frazier has been over- shadowed by the Super Bowl be- tween Dallas and Miami, Dan- iels has practically been lost. It is Frazier who has been at- tracting the hard-core fight fen and the curious to workouts in the a store- the roof of a hotel in the Frorch Quarter. After Frazier leaves, Daniels works out in relative peace and quiet. Dsnioh must rank with the biggest underdogs in the history of heavyweight championships fights. Against Frazier's record of 27 victories in as many pro fights, Daniels has compiled 28 victories, four losses and draw. Three of the losses, one of them by knockout, were in- cluded in his 10 fights last year. The fight is the firet heavy- weight title bout in New Orleans since Jim Corbett knocked out John L. Sullivan Sept. points, placed four players the squad. Centre Gary linger of St. Louis was the only player to crack the Chicago-Minnesota monopoly. Players received five points for first-place selection, ihree for second and one for third in the balloting. Only left winger Bobby Hull of the Hawks at- tained the maximum 105 points. The selections with vote totals In brackets: Esposito, Chicago Lome (Gump) Worsley, Minnesota Stapleton, Chicago Bill White, Chicago Ted Har- ris, Minnesota Doug Mohns, Minnesota Centre MMta, Chicago Gary Unger, St. Louis Left Hull, C hi c a g o Dennis Hull, Chicago Right Wing-Bill Gold- Chico Maki, Chicago Selection of the East Division squad which will oppose the West all-stars in the game will be announced Thursday. Al MacNeil, now general-man- ager-coach of Nova Scotia Voya- geurs of the American Hockey League, will coach the East team because of his Stanley Cup victory last season with Mont- real Canadiens. Chicago coach Billy Reay, who lost to the Habs in the Cup final, will be behind the West bench. Both coaches will augment the Writers' Association selec- tions with seven more players to fill out their squads. One player from each team must be selected which, for all intents and purposes, cuts down Reay's selection to three after making obligatory selections from the ranks of the Pittsburgh Pen- guins, Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings and California Golden Seals. UNGER NEWCOMER Only linger has never been m an all-star game. He has 24 goals and 16 assists for 40 points. Chicago's Bobby Hull, with 53 points, and Pit Martin, with 43 points, are the only West Divi- sion players with higher totals than Unger. Hull, at 33, Is the veteran of all-star cotton among the 12 players, 10 of whom have played in two or more games. This will be his llth all-star game. He is tied for fourth place in the all-time list of all- star game scoring with four goals and nine assists for nine points. He scored the winning goal in last year's 2-1 win over the East. Only two other players, GOT- die Howe, 22 and Jean Bel- Iveau with 13, have made more all-star game appearances than Hull. Mikita will be playing In his sixth all-star game while Harris will we action in his fifth. Wor- sley, 42, Mohns, 39, Stapleton and White will all be playing in their fourth game while Espos- ito, Maki, and Dennis Hull will be making their third appear- ances. Reay will be coaching the all- stars for the second time. lilillili Minor hockey Two Hard period goals gave the Monarohs a 3 1 victory over Hie Hornets in Bantam B action. Larry Albush and livio Pavan scored in the final peri- Lions swimmers dominate It was all Lethbridge Lions Swim Club in a duel meet with Havre recently. The locals won 32 of 36 events and outdis- tanced their opposition by 134 points in the aggregate stand- ings. Wendy Tuk was outstanding winning all four events she .en- tered in the 11-12 age group. Lome Kerraaett and Susan Kant turned in strong show- Ings In their respective open classes each winning time times. Bill Byrne and Wendy Kasting each registered a vic- tory in open competition while in the boys 1M4 group Henry Van Egteren and Tim Emer- son split the four ribbons each winning twice. In the gals 13-14 Cindy Glib clicked' for a pair of firsts while Shirley Van Dyk and Leslie Johnson had one each. Gordon Syme managed three victories in the il-12 group. Rob Emerson had one. In the 9-10 division locals won six first place ribbons. Marilyn Van Dyk had three of them while Lori Uvkulik, Pat Emerson and Mark Babkk each had one. Robbie Teitz won the 50-metre backstroke and freestyle events in the eight and under class. od for the winners while Daw Miskulin added a single. Peter Novak replied for the Hornets. In Midget action the Tl-Cats got five point performances from Barry Ontkean and Jim Orich as they, blasted the Roy- als 8-1. Orich and Ontkean each scored three times and picked up two assists to pace the win- ners. Jim Dyke and Paul Oul- letle completed the scoring for the Ti-Cats while Kelly Vayko- vich notched the lone Royals' marker. Doug Voght and Richard Sera scored a goal each in the third period to give the Seals a 2-2 tie with the Cougars in Ban- tam "B" action Wednesday night. The Cougars, who held a 2-0 lead for two periods got singta goals from Bob Schleal and Terry Bailey. In Bantam "A" play, Robbie Melvin' scored twice in final period to help lift the Maple Leafs to a 5-3 win over the Canadians. 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