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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Autostade will be substitute MONTREAL (CP) The dismantling and the section by section movement of the Autostade to the main site of the 1976 Summer Olympics to serve as a substitute main stadium will be one of several contingency plans studied this weekend by the organizing committee for the Games. The seat Autoslade, built as a temporary facility for Expo 67, is the current home of Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. SHOOTERS SCOREBOARD A reminder that now is the time to re new your membership in the Lethbridge Fith and Game AciociaUon. The Annual duet of allow use of the excellent piitol, imall bore, high power, trap and tkeet facility North the City. It also insures the member for Personal Liability while Hunting, Fishing, Camping and related activities, plus a subscription to the Newsletter. All of this is in addition to regular membership benefits, entitling him to attend the regular meetings and take part in such educational activities as Fly Tying and Hunter Train- ing courses. Even if a sportsman feels he is too busy to participate directly in the Association activity, he should still buy a membership. The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association Is the only body that represents the hunter and conservationist in protecting his rights, which are often imperilled. For example this week the Executive attended a vital meeting in Nanton wherein access to ranch lands by hunters was under attack. The foothills West of Nanton have always been an area of conflict between the two groups, and it is no secret that some of the more radical ranchers in this area would restrict hunting altogether. What is decided at Nanton could ultimately effect the whole province. have proposed restricting all vehicles from travelling on ranch lands, permitting hunters to park only in restricted areas. Whether this proposal would improve hunting quality and reduce problems with relations in this area of great hunting pressure, or whether it is a ploy to restrict hunting per se is of vital importance. One of the essential compromises, If it is necessary to restrict vehicles, is a provision for the hunter to get a big game animal out if he is fortunate enough to be successful. The Annual General Meeting of Association will be held at their Club House on Monday, January 20th, at p.m. New officers for the year are to be elected, and we are pleased to hear that Bob Vair, Presi- dent in 74, has agreed to let his name stand for another year. Vandals took advantage of the lack of activity at the range to do considerable damage to the facilities there a few weeks ago- This is heartbreaking to those who have worked to improve this range, and could even threaten its continued existence. We would like to suggest that this pretty would make an ideal place for a couple to park their mobile home, which would do much to discourage off hours mischief. A locked gate, registration box, and keys at a nominal fee might assist in restricting users to Members of the Association, In the past the Association has done little more than encourage users to be Members, jut it has often been apparent that many were taking advantage of the aciiity without Membership, and on occasion snowing little respect tor 'hat was not their property. Membership Chairman Harold Jenecke has introduced an attrac- ive and well designed "Fish and Game Booster" Crest to be given to hose interested enough to sell 15 memberships in the Association. Selling of memberships is a vital but thankless job. The Booster Crest ihould provide a small token of recognition. The Handgun Section under Chairman Roy MacMurran 'is shooting in the R.C.M.P. range on Tuesday nights, with an excellent :urn out of enthusiastic hand gunners. PLAINSMAN SPORTS HI Western Canada's leading sup- plier of quality firearms, target equipment, reloading supplies, lightweight camping gear, com- plete gunsmithing service. 329 7th St. S. LETHBRIDGE, 3J8-S622 KENKOTKAS BOB HOBBS SHEILA KINS DON MARINO ART BOURNE RITA BROOKS Raymond Beauchemin, director of communications for the organizing committee, said Thursday that ex- ploratory talks about the plan had already taken place between committee members and Mayor Jean Drapeau of Montreal. The contingency plan became necessary after a province wide strike by iron workers Nov. 27, 1974 forced a shutdown of all con- struction on the million, seat Olympics stadium last week, as well as other major projects. Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa Thursday imposed an 85 cent an hour wage settlement on the iron workers to get them back to work. But no indication of acceptance or rejection of the offer from the construction Kodiaks play SAIT, Mount Royal The Lethbridge Com- munity College gym will be the scene of plenty of basketball ac- tion tonight and tomorrow, as both the LCC Kodiaks and the Kodiettes will be in ac- tion. At tonight the Kodiettes hit the floor, followed by the Kodiak game at The teams will be playing the men's and women's representative from Mount Royal College in Calgary. Saturday afternoon at one o'clock the Kodiettes go against SAIT while the Kodiaks will take on the SAIT men at 3 o'clock. Among those players seeing action over the weekend will be Dave Preus and Wayne Anderson from the Kodiaks, Dave Faulks from Mount Royal and possibly Alec Dudas from SAIT. union was expected until today. While officials of the organizing committee would neither confirm nor deny the move was being considered for economy reasons, a published report here said Roger Rousseau, president of the organizing committee, had the proposed move check- ed by consultants and now is convinced the shift could save million. In mid December a report showed the estimated over all cost for the Games had climbed to million from the original estimate of million. The City of Montreal is responsible for the construc- tion and cost of the main stadium area which includes the swimming facilities and the velodrome. Last year the organizing committee became responsible for the million price tag attach- ed to the remainder of the venues. To be a viable venue for the Olympics, the Autostade structure would require a se- cond deck of stands to bring the seating capacity to Local playdown opens tonight Fifteen rinks, including 13 from Lethbridge, will begin play this evening at six o'clock at the Lethbridge Curling Club to decide a representative in the Southern Alberta finals. Finals in the three-day event are set for Sunday. The Southern Alberta finals will be staged in Lethbridge Jan. 24- 26 with the winner of that competition advancing to the Alberta final in Edmonton, Feb. 7-9. This year's Canadian Brier is set for Fredericton, N.B. March 2-8. Gordon Luchia of Nobleford and Uichi Oikawa of Picture Butte will do battle with rinks skipped by Lawrence Lennon, Bob Abbott, Lyle Davis, Dan Brown, Cliff Fbrry, Bill Kar- bashewski, Bill Goodman, Gerry Coyne, Enso Baceda, Don Tillotson, Malcolm MacDonald and Herb Beswick. ANDY CAPP WILLY1 COME' AN' TAKE V D6UVERY OF THIS _ J COAUMWE? rVEGOTACHILl. I'M TO KEEP WARM OKAY? WILL >OU COME SETTLE THIS B V MATE? THAT SHOULD MAKE S vou SWEAT Friday, January 17, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Renner destroys Pass Red Devils Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL HIGA'S Kae Mann 243. Margaret McMurray 262, Elma Groves 242 Jenny Feher 241. Marlene Bosch 249 Alia Clarke 333 Janet Wood 245, Velta Argals 250, Willene MacDonald 262. MONDAY MIXED Vern Soderquist 247, Mike Stevens 241, George Snowdon 295 Fred Keiver 275. Abe Plett 252. Joe Tollin 248. Rick Barva 253, Brian Anderson 238, Fred Milner 349 Cy Hoult 252. Carol Scott 239, Marlene Roelotfs 237, Lorraine Mickey 226. MORNING COFFEE Joan Graham 219, Didi Dorigatti 216, Karen Taylor 244, Ruth Burt 224. Annie Van Saul 224, Vi Sutherland 279, Louise O'Shea 271, Loraine Kramer 256, Marg Dyck 232. Arlene Baldrey 218, Ingrid Funk 229. Irene Lawson 216. IMPERIAL FASHIONS Elaine Tompkins 245, Dorothy Sorcnson 252 Alice Jensen 256 Lil Holt 245, Doris Blacker 265, Pat Coutts 260 Marian Tlnsley 245, Jen Hegi 263 Eloise lyes 249, Agnes McDonald 275, Linda Vrabel 263 Marge Constable 245. GORDIES MEN Dallas Nesbit 276. Mike Vine 292 Vito DePinto 275 Morgan Sparks 300 Bob Taylor 279, Ray MacDonald 313 Ken Larson 280 Jerry Mezie 293 Ed Henderson 316 Bob Thompson 273 CANBRA FOODS Steve Dimnik 282, Doug Brown 238, Hazel Anderson 241, Cherye Obermeyer 280 Manny Aviles 266 Frank Jankowiak 231, Stu Nyqutsl 286. Norm Gyulai 286 Ed Jankowiak 241, Ed Manlier 218. Janet Jankowiak 238. Minor hockey Robbie Nonomura fired four goals Wednesday to pace the Flyers to an 8-1 triumph over the Pintos in Pee Wee hockey action. Rick Lorencz added a pair of goals, while singles came from Mimo Mussuca and Colin Fraser. Jamie Balfour aided with three assists. Jeff Larson had the lone Pinto goal. Lethbridge Marlands overwhelmed Brooks Spurs 12 3 in Southern Alberta Spud League play. Wayne Parenteau scored three times for the winners and Rick Gal, Faron Ellis and Andy Bedford added two goals apiece. Ron Terakita, Garry Heathcote and Frank Zapone were the other Marland goal scorers. The Brooks goal scorers were unavailable. BLAIRMORE (Special) Don Renner netted five goals Thursday night as Taber Golden Suns demolished the Pass Red Devils 14-2 in Alberta Junior Hockey League action. Brad Cox added three goals and Darcy Virostek had two for the Golden Suns, who had a 61-48 edge in shots on goal. Bob Miller, Randy Joeven- nazo, Dean Solheim and Rocky Saguniuk rounded out the attack. George Baut and John Hawkins countered for the losers. Each side had one ma- jor penalty and Taber was called on nine of 17 minor penalties. Dennis Wallis connected at of sudden-death overtime Thursday night to give Drumheller Falcons a 5-4 vic- tory over Spruce Grove Mets in Edmonton. Roger Mitchell, Grant Pushie, Morley Scott and Merlin Malinowski also scored for the Falcons, who were outshot 52-30. Drumheller led 3-1 after the first period and the clubs were tied 4-4 after 40 minutes. The third period was scoreless. Keith Hertz scored two goals and Roy Sommer and Murray Dea one each for the Mets. Each club drew nine minor penalties. Mendel Vysohlid and Mike Bachynski each scored two goals to lead Calgary Canucks to a 7-4 victory over Red Deer Rustlers Thursday night. Single goals by the Canucks came from Lyle Murray, Dave Scott, and Bob Kerr. Rod Pimm scored three and Gary Meers one for Red Deer. The Canucks started the game with only 12 players because of injuries and this JACKSON SIDELINED NEW YORK (AP) Forward Phil Jackson of New York Knicks will miss his club's next two National Basketball Association games because of a staph infection, it was announced Thursday. was reduced to 11 when Rick Anderson was given a game misconduct in the third period. New West takes 5-3 victory WINNIPEG (CP) Fred Berry scored a goal in each period to lead New West- minster Bruins to a 5-3 victory over Winnipeg Clubs in the only Western Canada Hockey League game played Thurs- day night. The Bruins were clearly the stronger team throughout the contest. On offence, they out- shot the Clubs 39-29 and skated almost at will in the Winnipeg end of the ice. 0" defence, they repeatedly knocked the Clubs off the puck and rarely allowed them time to set up their plays. Mark Lofthouse and Mike Sleep were the other New Westminster scorers. Grant Eakin, Gord Bluemenschein and Kelly Greenbank replied for Winnipeg. The Bruins took seven penalties, including a miscon- duct and a match penalty. The Clubs had two majors and two minors. NEW WEST S WINNIPEG 3 First period: 1. New Westminster Lofthouse (Shinske) 2. Westminster, Berry (Chippendale. Sleet) 3. Winnipeg, Eakir (Lash. Hudson) Penalties Rollins W Second period: 4. New West- minster, Berry (Maxwell) 5. Win- nipeg. Blumenschein (McCarthy) Penalties Smith NW Third period: 6. New Westminster. Sleep (Berry) 7. New West- minster, Berry (Fleck) 8. Win- nipeg, Greenbank (Blumenschein. Lash) Penalties Thillipoll NW Rollins W (minor, Cameron NW (minor, Secord NW (misconduct) McCarthy W Tachal NW (major, match) Shots on goal by New West. 13 11 Winnipeg 9 9 Goal Laxton, New Westminster; Molleken. Winnipeg. KEY REALTY INSURANCE 1524 9th Ave. S. 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