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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 IETHB3IDC-E HE5AID Jonuary 1! Has club in share of first place Maxwell enjoys coaching Native Sons CAT 'hi- Junior B is givint: the not always that at 11 o'clock coach put it. "Tncv are Horrid Spurts on the Native Sons a In particular some or at 5 p.m. and well-disci- didn't sny to phty hockey times of workouts As Maxwell points at the chance, as maintain n can't get people to feels sure the fut- 1. s.jB r. hasn't had ar.y average in know the Sugar to a game at these of hockey in Lethbridge hockey, it thoughts .ibout taking stress school work No. added also made be a good one. There are sho'.v that as hockev1.'' that's the way it of the p m. possibilities for a young Fcr more years rt-iiy But we should be No. the Native Sons at any age. Maxwell jokingly to rhi'ii.? ha1, e also T.t clear we aren't being in all. however. out that a good ex- "Uaxu-eli's ir.vol-, en'.eni be said "I have oi the reasons we is enjoying his of what the hockev hockey r.'.v and 1 stressed is because Sugar Kings arc as a looks like can be seen titor. Times, trey are any guff or static oi directors of the of tite Aibvjia havp rood a thr. miHnot A o: that the development league and there is in our hockey club. Maxwell has mx 'sft the sarre corr.pleteiy. He present, the Native men is irr.poriant and school wo-ks hand in strongly when he says be wants junior hockey proudly. "We have a real good crack at finishing first Native Sons are at home for two games this hovever. Hirii tip 'ms -.vvh Tiber alive in tltis kev to success of as a player bt-t row he's :'-e southern division havo s.'rte real we're not getting has been the at at Hender- .And to hear him Ai'vrti; Junior on pur when it comes MaxweU couldn't they meet Hanna while the story, he a loving bit the contntied. time." he "We about his two at Drumheller tni-.Lte of hive cartes in see si' the work per cent local kids on Rochenbach and a visit. the liC.'-TS B'.asco. H'ras and yet we still have i! goes without season -vied Hrour.d r t.v'rh Moriyar-.s. Bob a back said that if they is looking for a week- board of directors of added 'A a x '.v e Harry Cox eli's sripe is a to play the way they He quietly knows Lethbridse Athletic '-._-.; is alsn the name one. The Native Sons, Sons will do just if he can get his ciub l or. so does game for Maxwell on crowds for always have on top they uill be hard him the oi LAA. scw-d-ng the ba'.-e played more Taber." was the dislodge. alone in fcroud place Leafs can't afford to lose Summaries i, TORONTO e THE CANADIAN NATIVE SON BACKSTOP Lsr-'. she in t-e ci-i-.lstc-.l o: National H-.x-'iey Learie v. er? ciss'.ra.c'; rtrrntr rr.oi-y n-.rt >-.-_ by a combination that hard tr ii-..e vi.nint c-e to elude -.eteran Toronto' The Nanona's fuiferai the I'etri'it s'retrhed us wtnrir.g gosJie Jsccies plmte. most blow, as r to eit.rt in an MeLinvrhile Canadian based they squandered chance to tie e.t_-.- vuior.. iiiced by INiickey teams lost by rite slimmest of Nordioues for fourai plat trirfe-j'.-il periorn-1 on foreip. ice ;he eastern division. hi; ivh. rwo others recorded i-.c- FOLIr goai during arj span of the second De- VafurirvBr ''C I CALIFORNIA 3, VOSTREiL 3 ace m tcries in World Hockev .Asjocis- 'ihat a re. of a toc.tev con action. Ire rioci fjmed back ire Nationals. to Darkey comjected yist real Mir-iesova riihttr.; Saints, Ot- with Michel Piar.te and Ar.cre ILadi- at 12 o'c'ock: coon today tbe tourpey opener while lledi- aze Hat drojieri 4e boa Catfc-! oSc Centrd Fryers (BJL the fc cr the line as the 'CCHS Fivers. a rcr.v f-' ar.d "f LCI Hal crairm- tret- rst-cc-d at --i_e ued play at 1.30 -hile another The Leais saw their brei _ en tar for three --Kss- A: :re rtrc.tKor: c; Lie Ir games the aiai- the -'ollawir.: Stndav 01 Fe-iersen. total as to tor T'lzb.-ids't sr.d xl tnear stayed -ith-in srik- Westlir-s. Sijorts menu _ _. UU UlU IUT J_ IflOTP j The three ociocs ir- T_ c; .r --.e IT1U1C SpUiL itjmeni ra. cectced_on a tola: r i o clock conges; anrl the .osers ----re no. 3- ?p -.'Lii i, OU 14: ccrioiarjoc firal set C? Ler-r- The :J ?a-e seres 1 w a 6 o start while the 'Red f-ec cecidins: factor ir. the selec- i- -i-- i iLial oper a ei Fer-riiiii tt- ,r this area's teams in the Vf- :r.e Naiionii Leari-e. A V v FMTKILLS LEi LUBRICATION TECHNICIAN REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY MUST BE EXPERIENCED :r persor or w-1-5 Serviw Manager, GUY PEIOOUIN at COLLEGE MERCURY SALES LTD. 1718 3rd AVc. 5. PHONE 327-576? by Ken Schtnl-tel. Hosf Cardston Cougars sent to sidelines W L T c i :i -i 1 -'n !i3 TES TOP SCORERS C i i-r .v; ckil3s open with wins i5 ir. In o'.her A " piciai up LT. '.re o: .-_. M-H :-r rhe V b? S'.on rtgri "A ard "r, -JIE i-e LCT _s j 'jc S '5 .T c- ;i i "i i." c-ar> --J- r i :0 eas-y Cardston. Edcie Kactor the arns 12 T-on Vo Cardslor, -lave: ntar- MEN'S CLOTHES BRIERSTONE ZIP TURTLENECK Authentic by B.V.D. Store-wide sale continues all next week. r.-ro-..? -Iv "C''" "A" .4 Ccmcu r.overi Tim ar.d Kevir. An- final wrh dersor chipped in with 10 txvits Cardston T e 2 tn 1 had berte- the 'r''f: ir" Tr.e '..'-inars zraiihed a r :or "re H--trs -A-IP C-aie Cotilo. who led Card- q' It-id bit trailed 2-1- points md i: reitonr.ds ?tor.'s aracl-i rolr.v. was i- ;t the hali a.r.d J--32 sfut-r the Jcey Shackleford du-ti-ied io hero of the karr.e. third q-jirer. points. CorJe retted a basket with VTa'-er Zobe-! 3-55 outstandijie 2eniths were in no real t'tie second remairiig on the the Comets as he led -is troub'-? as they held to his tear.mates the :'i-.'i paced -Mosr-hiie a "B" ;-c- ;4 w'r.ile tion. Lhe Raymond >rir'i Ca'-.oon added 10. held the long end of a M-i7 "f, score f-esi-TK Cardston Team 321-701 ST. SOUTH UETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-2O73 OPEN THURSDAY mi 9PM tinifi like row to buy a Snow Blower DURING OUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! S H P. Regular i99. CyffiO New Only J'tOT 5 H P, Rsgulor S548. CilllC Now Only itZj TT( International Harvester Sales Service 304 Slofford Phone 327-3155 Action retimed at -1 p.m. to- day Tea- tak- i.iz on .V th.? --R" sol.-.-.oi i' p nt. for rhe B" --vhile tonichr. l.-e V" w-.V .Tid is tot an tuirt. L. Make Tracks with SNOW CLEAT TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES ft SERVICE ;