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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Jonuofy 1J, 1973 THE 1ETHBRIDGE 1J JYo distractions ior Washington club Wives are out of bounds for Redskins LOS ANGELES (AP) i to marital distractions prior to I allowed lo reside with their Is aid with a smile. ''I George Allen has an old wives Lale. It involves Minnesota Vik- ings and Baltimore ColLs losing i football-playing spouses prior lo v.-e'll find out Sunday." Sunday's Super Bowl VII battle Shula showed concern for free against Dolphins for the sefey Jake Scott's tend'-: Football League cham- shoulder, but Scott himstli pionship. Washingun's coach; faid: wants the Redskins all to him- to hoinie me away from ihat same." linov-s hrm to play with ptin. He '.'.e.nt into last year's Ain't DO way they're go- 'Super Bow! agaias Dallas wi'.'n broken hands. E fractured hand aid un- ir.giy crac-Led hi5 otber v. "is; In ihe second quar.er. Trie former Georgia Etar ihe half with tvv RAXDY JOEA-ENAZZO KEN KUXKHAMMER IN ACTION TWICE Ken Klinkhorr-mer and Rona'y Joevenans see action twice this weekend as the Ys Wen's Motive Sens meet Homo niont at S.-30 and DrL'fr.heller ct two Sunday afiarnoon in Ceniral Al- berta Junior B Hockey Lescue ccticn ct Henderson Ice Centre. Eskimos lost monev in 1972 EDMONTON (CPi Sccrir.g Injure' costs. to a K-dr.ic-r.'.on this season. crcir iLirhest gale re- Minor Club treasurer J. G Green-' o-jgh told a shareholders' ar.- n-jal meering Thursday that receipts to S7T3. 745 retreser'.ed hoc ev Lorn? yesr end-en Dec. He said ii was "hij'wst income or, record" and especially gratlfy- ir.j LI view of tlhe fact the ciub increased ticket prices for ;pr: seaso-. The Western Football Corier- er.cc c'ub needed the hea-.-y receipt since its injun cos'-s this season also proved ;o be ihe higher; on record. ciroc: in.fury is direct salaries to iniurrd' players was said "1 n if71 i: was 535.CCO and ir. the two years foals arc fe-1 A.C.T. Ban- tam Rf-ps to 2 ?-5 victory over the Eskimos in action bofore it was less than S30.COO. Tr.ursday Rociie it's fair to say that injuries 'e cost us approximately IvY.O over the pas year." hiro and Bryan MILTSy chipped ir. with sir.glerors Jnke Van Seters socred twice Rod Taylor. Terry Bir.fr.a- mos. In Midget contest. Brian Seuge- Ue Taylor F.-.-i Yarr.ada f (0 give LTr over hif. COST PLENTY r players nd coaches. Lncluoing sala- was 5737.732 this season. -p from 555P.171 L- r.nd to and rta: Lrainiig ram? accounted 'ir sn o: up The Rangers edged :r.e So-.ls Toes Parry; Man-', Eric scored :o the Rangers vl-le Ba- thel clicked r.-.'ce i.ir the mrtf paid K.400 iiv.o :'unci. O'in- also do- r.c for ihe club in ftJ.i. more ihan Athletics; drop 197- si.1. over Toiii uere SI.C91.- fJP-u? frtr.i SS44.S89 in 1971. Prosider.t Joe Healey ended '.L-rn: of office Jin1. Koie. partner in 3 concern was ne.v FALL before freeze-up the rainbows in TyrrelTs Lake weren't fussy at all about what ivas being thrown in the water. It was usually a pref- erence of the he liked best and how his offering appeared to the trout. The bulk of those rainbows are still in Tyn-eU's Lake, but they don't appear to be going for any- thing. Not marshmallov.'s. not chocolate coated not corn or anything else. Not even for those who take along a couple jugs of wine and end up coat- ing all the bait with grape juice. What's happened to the TyrreU's Laie rainbows now that ice covers the water impoundment is un- expiamabie. says Duane Radford. supervising fisheries biologist for southern Alberta, "It's almost as if they disappeared." It's a well-known fact that fish become much less active in cold weather under the ice. Scores of water impoundments in southern Alberta suffer winter kill consistently. But. this is more of En exception to IvTiell's Lake. Only during the odd year has there been evidence of serious winter kill in the past. Of [fie lakes Vnere '.he trout are much more cT-operaijve. Beaver Lake, west of Pincher Creek, is perhaps the best, wiih only the odd one coming out of Beauvais. also w est of Pincher. Maini Lake ivas starling to act good last fall after the heavy stocking last spring. But. the ice fishermen this year are having very little luck. Much the same situation applies to Police Lake. Biologists are looking forward considerable interest towards the start of ice fishing in Hender- son Lake in the city. As far as it's known there was a good supply of rainbows in Henderson during the past year. Youngsters caught a few. The balance should be in the lake and available for the taking. Persistence is always a key word when it comes i? ice Jumping around from hole to hole seldom produces results. For pike. Horsefly Lake, near Taber. is hot. MORE DETAILS of the 44th annual convention of the Alberta Fish and Game Association have been announced. It's ;o be held in the El Rancho Motor Hotel Feb. For openers there's to be a dance for the del- egates, with the convention proper opening the fol- lowing day. It will continue through to Feb. 24. AN OUTDOOR WRITER in the State of Maine recently set the record straight about spitting on a worm for good luck. The writer says not only is it sheer superstitious folly to spit on a worm before dunking it for bait, but it is also a discourteous thing to do to a worm. Not ago a bill was introduced in the leg- islature to repeal a gun law that was enacted well before the turn of the century. The old statute pro- hibited the firing of a gun without a special li- cence from tne government. The law was originally enacted to control pioneers who fired shotguns up chimneys to clear out the soot. "Jlinnesota arrived lor the Super Bowl against Kansas City and the wives were unhappy about the size of their said Allen. "With all thai petty griping, ii's easy to be dis- tracted from football.'1 Tbs bowed to the Chiefs 23-7 in Super Bowl IV. Allen also mentioned ihe a having similar problems prior to Super Bowl fil when New York Jets upset Bahur.ore 15-7. Those Colls were coached by Don Shula. the man who r.ovi beads the Miami Dolphins. SIMILAR RULES Miami, in contrast, has no rules agains; husband-wife asso- i cianons before Sunday. M- though the Dolphin wives are not quartered at the same hotel as the Miami team, visiting, hours and privileges are liberal. "Our gtry? mfeh: a glimpse of their olay. but they won't have much j lirae." ssid AL'e.i. the co2ch who leaves nothing to choice-. "I don't even kr.ovr whe-r they're saying oat here. If ii 1 were up to me. I'd have them j staying in Chicago." Bo'Ji tearas finish hear-" 1 ical preparadon rodav ar.-d light workouts Saturday i_- ;he i Los Angeies Coliseum '-vnere 90.COO-plus will watch Suada} NFL's enravaEEEza. "This aixurt -cen-ai preparation over-rated." said runrLOt bac.'i :Csotlka. "Il's orJy iraa; yo-j're tliinMng ai Idcfcoff that cMvas. j "You can fee' lousy E" --pek and play one heiluva garr.e. Far i as I know. I'm ready. So is ev- 1 eryone else on the Dolphins.'1 i WATTING FOR HCKOFF j OtnsJde Dou: wails for the kickoff by tr.ir.king of how to control the shor. pass- ir.g game of ouar- i terback Bill Kilmer, i "He's said the 2 0-poiEd S-tih. "Kilmer thrmi's a light, slow pass on the short 0265. It appears ris-- 1 gero'js. likely ;o be ra-ked of-', i bur it hits the targe: regularity." i Swift, like Sh'jia. said he ec- ioycd the flarery o: Allen's comments about ihe Dolphins being the bes: in pro foot- bail. ever, superior to coicn Vince Lombarci's :K5 Greer. i Bay Packers who won Super Bowl i. "Yeah, maybe we are better than those old Packers" Swift One rule changes in American League CHICAGO 'APi Maicc league baseball, bound by tradi- tion for decades, took a gigantic- step toward change Thursdsy when me Americaii League was given approval to adopt the 6K- ignE-.ed pinch-bitier rule. anendance lagging com- pared to the rival Xa'iona: the American League also sough: a rde and inter-league play the lomt meeungs concluded Thurs- day. pLrch-runner rule and ihe major leagues announced 2 be acop'.ed to srjdy and inier-lesgue rlay v.hir'r. c-ould beconje z pos- Tne Xaional League, which v.-iil use tire eiperimen'-aj pinch-hitter role, gave its ap- provs1 for .American e.TDerimen: for the ren thre? seasons Charles Feeney. of the National i-faaje. acjaiuing "i! n does v.-ork we wouldn't be to acopdng it_" PITCHER STAY? Uncer the new niie. a rr.ar- can der.pjate a pinch U-r to be; for the sar-_r.i: pitcher and sll subsequsn: in a gimc wiihoji fecung the siaros of a pi'.cher :hrojchou: :he contest, However, the naiager rnus; rnnke his "designate pbch ;er" selection before the sti-. c: the game and name the jbch hiner in -_-e lineup cards presenird to the umr-ire-m- cr.ief "The rjle has great Dossi- huiies.'7 said Joe Cronin. cien; of the American League. 1: will game a We're ver> hapny 10 be ahle to use Cronin. cuestioaed on numer- c-us ramifications and in- of ihe rule, said: "We'll thrash i; all ou; before the season- As far as the all-star game. the Ser.es and exhibitions between the rao leagues, the rule will DOI be n a ad the basic rales of baseball WL! ANDY CAPP LO.' ON WHAT OBJECT 7' ME sS A F Veteran Green does it again By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 5-year-old "I he would have iold me he was eolng to make them boi." capoed a relieved o; Kansas Cir-'- r, h-3 was tiie Prri? onai Basketball -as 4! he reured in Will Vancouver bid for 1980 Olympics? tree. J.r.: Kcr. K'.inkhsr'.rier -lack oi added L'-e Canadian Associ- Murkin. Cans- aiion's Games cod- first will be back to i :d for 1930 event. ATTENTION MERCHANTS! See us no ic for NEW STORE FRONT RENOVATIONS STORE COUNTERS and FIXTURES CALl 327-1581 FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND GREAT MODERN IDEAS! LETHBRIDGE COR. 5lh AVE ond 4lh ST. S. PHONE T r. e group said Wednesday i; will not pursue iu bid ior' the 1976 Games. It advised the COA of its "We like to have the Winter Game? in Canada, but preferably when it will be (he only Olympics held in this coun- try." Shaughnessy s-jd. "The Vancouver group be in a stroneor position for a bid for be the site of O'Connor will attend meeting All on- in southern Albena are to atiend R special meeting which will be held to- nicht at the Civic Sports Cen- tre. Michael O'Connor, who is the presiiloiu of the Fed- eration of Canr.da. will be speaker Jor the S p m. the 1976 Summer Games, Sid Yo-jjig. committee presi- dent o: the Vancouver group, said the decision :o drop the bid was "taien due to the com- paratively short time remaining to build necessary facilities, and the provincial government's feelings that in terms of prior- ities, it could not whole-heart- edly financially support a bid at this lime." "They couldn't get support to build access roads." Shaugh- nessy said. "They're better to hold off until when we could on a better fhow." Denver originally was awarded the 1976 Winter Games, but Colorado citizens rejected them iji a referendum held in November. said any new- bids for the 1976 Winier even; must be to the Inter- national Olympic Committee by Jan. 15. He said he is "quite sure" the British Columbia group will be back to bid for 19SO. Bidding for will be made in 1974 "J: hsve a lo! K Grwn. oiass: la tne Co-jsy. "He ag-de. hit two f-ee L-ws vornea. Tnev -rent seines r--5-nir- Tnursasy Triafe basket." L: the only other NBA g-rne, New Vort Knicks rallied from ir. deficit and beat At- Tne only Anericari Basketb-Jl Associsuon action si Dal- i-s. where I'er.ver overtook Saa Diego ir. the first garae cf E doubl-yneadcr. thea 1 ed-ej Dallas 1P7-105. ciiachirj; the "Kings' 109- :'Z Golden Siate arriors. Vs.ien wen: to "je fo'j] ne, the Kins; led 107-105. After reen sank his rs'o critics! foul the Kngs ie: Golden ;Eie'? Naie ThurnoDd score SPARKS DEFENDS TITLE TiTXXIPEC- .'CPI Canadiar, light champion A! Sparks o: Winnipeg will defer.d his liiie Feb. IS against Gary oi Brantiord, Ont.., it was announced Tnurs- dav. SOUTHERN ALBERTA CHAMPIONS The Letlibric? I the Albert IDS g'.r'.i' til's recently. 1 to right. Laurel Keren Siringhani, Fcvr- I Enid Pepper Jjd.s crd -'-C-: esn Sc-.rira i lii Kosperson. C-ix-fie d. Debi OSullivcn, c-d Cne: PL. >Ski report SKI B cf'tno lime like now fo bur a Snow Hewer DURING OUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! 1 I H.P. ligvilar Now Only i H.P. Uvular Now Only International Harveitcr Sales Service 30t SloHorr) All lite ofkv.Vanp. Lake Louiso. IS to 25 irxVncs of ppraturo M B E R L E Y WEEKENDS ADULTS S6 PER DAY WEEKDAYS ADULTS 55 PER DAY FAMILY TICKETS 515 PER DAY Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. SO, 00 Just Arrived! PAUL HENDERSON HOCKEY HELMETS BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avf S. Phone 377-3221 ClOSEtl MONDAY n TSun. J. Fh. Till 9 p m. ;