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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SO THI IITHMIDOI HIMID lotvrdoy, Jgnuiry 11, Fidl slate of activities locally Minor Hockey Week under way By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sporli Writer Where have you heard the saying "don't take your son lo the rink and leave him, stay and watch him play." It seems that it only pops u once a year and this is the tim of year. Commencing today it' Milk River wins sixth straight The league leading Milk River Comets kept rolling along and carlcd away their sixth straight Southwest Boy's Basketball Conference victory Friday night. The Comets, who sport a 6-0 record in league play received a 17 point performance from Shayne Jaffray and 35 more points from Randy Evers in their 56-42 victory over the Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels. Wemer Schmeigelt came up with 12 points in a losing cause. Meanwhile in Taber, Bob Hansen racked up the most points in one game as he hoop- ed 27 points to lead the Trot- ters to a 64-57 win over the Fort Macleod Flyers. Len Zoeteman was outstand- ing in his teams loss notching 21 points. In two other boy's basketball league encounters staged last night, the Winston Churchill, Bulldogs blasted the Picture Butte Sugar Kings 70 41 and the Stirling Lakers dumped Vauxhall Vikings 64-41. Ken Nakama came up with a brilliant performance in the Bulldogs lop sided victory with 25 points while Ken Shas- kin added 14. Kevin Gibb was high scorer tor Picture Butte with 10. In the Vauxhall Stirling contest, Desi McKee picked up 20 points for the Lakers and Marty Hirsche chipped in with 19 while Gary Pickering swish- ed 15 for the ViMngs. In junior varsity action play ed last night, Coaldale were de- feated 31 29 by Milk River Taber W. R. Myers bombec Fort Macleod 64-26, Winston Churchill edged Picture Butt 55-52 and Vauxhall earned a 54- 49 over tune victory over Stirling. In girl's division play Friday night, Pat Schandor was out standing hooping 28 points tc lead the Winston Churchil Griffins to a 48-17 win over the Picture Butte Sugar Queens. Rhonda Martinuk flddcd 1 points to Schandor's total whil Dianne Davies was high score for the Sugar Queens with six points. In Taber, the St. Mary's Auroras slammed the Vauxhal Vi Queens 41-25. The league leading Auroras were led by Vikki Adamowicz with 13 points while Lois Peard chipped in with 11. It has also been announce that the Auroras will lose their first two points of the ses [ailing to appear for a game against the Fort Macleod Me- teors. The Coaldale Larks racked up another victory dropping cellar dwelling Milk River 5Z-33. Charleen Ontkeen and Pal Boulton paced the Coaldale crew with 11 points apiece while Laurelie Natruss anc Nancy Elert netted 12 and 11 points respectively for Milk River. m SIMPSONS-SEARS AUTO CENTRE TUNE-UP SPECIAL Has winter been hard on your ear? Now is the time for an expert tune-up! HERE'S WHAT WE DO Install new Allstate ipark plugi Initall niw polntl, condemn1 and rotor Reset Ignition timing Chick and adjuit carburetor 6 cylinder 8 cylinder 15.98 Good Monday to Friday CALL 328-9231 Save with Allstate Gasoline Regular Premium SERVICI STATION HOURS: a.m. lo 6 p.m. Daily Thuraday and Friday until 9 p.m. 2nd Avi. and 13th St. N. Minor Hockey Week in Canada and the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association has a lul slate of activities to celebrate the week. Every young boy who Minor week schedule TODAY Wei games at Civic Centre 4 p.m. Tolems vs Sabres; 5 p.m. Ce- nucks vs Tigers; s p.m. Vikings vs Bears; p.m. Flyers vs Penguins. Adams ice centre Labor Club Bees vi Vulcan Bantam t AM! bi- llon Henderson Perk Ice Centre Leth- bridge Pee Wee Marlands vs Klmber- liy Pit Wee Repi At Bauino, Southern Alberla Juvenile League game Lelhbrldge Warriors vi Bossano Damsllers. Lethbrldge Sugar Kings vs Edmonton Movers, Alberla Junior Hockey League gamtr p.m, SUNDAY Henderson Park ice Centre Leth- brldge Marlands vs Kim barley a.m. Lethbrldge Sugar Kings vs Edmonton Maple Leafs, Alberla Junior League game, 2 p m. MONDAY Bantam A games at Adams Ice (_... Ire p.m. Maple Leafs vs Cana- dians) 7 p.m. Jets vs Maroons. Midget games Adams Ice Centre 6 p m. Comeli vs Royals; p.m. Tl-Cali vs Slampeders. TUESDAY Bantam A garnet at Adams ice Cen Ire 6 p.m. Canadians vs Pea Wee King Reps; 7 p.m. Black Hawks vi Red Wings. Midget games at Adams Ice Centre B p.m. Eskimos vi Slempedert; Cornels vs Tl-Cals. :key game Lefhbrldge Minor executive and Latnbrldga News vs Lethbrldge Doctors, Henderson lei Centra WEDNESDAY Pee Wee games at Civic Centre 6 p.m. Blues vs Bisons; 7 p.m. vs Falcons. Smockty game Executive vs Hockey Hounds p.m Leth- brldgr Vildfiet Elks vi Lethbrldge Warriors, exhibition, 9 p.m. THURSDAY ilam A games at Adams Ice Cen- 're 6 p.m. Black Hawks vs Ma- roons; 7 p.m. Mapla Leafs vs Pee King Reps; 8 p.m. Jets vs Red Wings; Labor Cub Bees Eskimo Mid- gets, exhibition. FRIDAY Pee Wee games at Civic Centre 4 p.m. Totems vs Bears; 7 p.m. Vlk- ngs vs Penguins, B p.m. Flyers vs Tigers. 9 p.m.Llrtle Spud Leags gams Colls va Bow Island. SATURDAY Bantam B games at Adams Ice Cen' lre a.m. Ramblers vs Nugqets; a.m. Kings vs Mustangs; i.m. Couaars vs Blades; a.m. Pee Wee King Reps vs Eagles; i.m. Midget game Labor Club Bees vs Royals. Pee Wee games Civic Cenlre A rn. Whips vs Blues; p.m. Fal- ons vs Bisons; Cinuckl vi 5a- res. Exhibition game it Adams Ice Cen Lethbridue Midget Colls vs Taber Midgets p-m. Exhibition gamn at Htndtrion Ice Jtntre p.m. Lethbrldge A.C.T. lantam Reps VB Cranhrook; Leth- rldae Minor HocKey Bingo; p.m. outnern Alberta Juvenile League ame Lelhbrldge Warriors vs Medl- Ine Hat Wheelerl. UN DAY Exhblflon at Henderson Lake Ice lenlr-) a.m. A.C-T, lantam Reps va Cranbrook- plays hockey In Canada will benefit from the coming week. It all becomes official in Lethbridge when Mayor Andy Anderson drops the lint puck this afternoon prior to a game between the LeUibridge Pee Wee Marlaiids and Klmberley at at Henderson Ice Centre. Five Bantam B games were run off this morning at Adams while four Pee Wee Games will highlight part of the action this afternoon and evening at the Civic Centre. While the offical opening of the special week is set for Hen- derson, Adams Ice Centre will host the Labor Club Bees and Vulcan in a Bantam exhibition game. Lethbrldge Sugar Kings will cap off opening night with an Alberta Junior Hockey League encounter with the Edmonton Movers. Sunday the Pee Wee Mar- lands meet Kimberley at 11 a.m. with the Kings and Ed- monton Maple Leafs set tot two o'clock start in another league game. Bantam and Midget games will be staged Monday and Tuesday with the first of the extra-curricular games set Cor Tuesday evening. The executive of the LMHA will Join forces with the LeUi-r bridge News Media and take on the Doctors with proceeds to g to minor hockey. Wednesday night the execu tive squad completes its two day stand against all aomera a they tangle with the Hocke Hounds. There is regular league ac lion every day of the week. Be- sides the scheduled minor hock ey games are a number of oth- er games. Wednesday night the Letb THERE'S ENOUGH FOR ALL OF YOU Word got out at the Civic Centre lhar Alf Tedesco had o cheque for Minor Hockey. The rumor was true and Mr. Tedesco, Grand Knight of the Lethbridge Council No. 1490, Knighl! of Columbus, was surrounded by eager players looking for their share of the pot-of-gold at the end of the rain- bow. The cheque was made out to the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association to get Minor Hockey Week under way locally. Flames in Blue's eyes HOUSTON (AP) Oakland .thletics pitcher Vida Blue said he lit some sparks last season nd he's going to try to build them into a flame In 1972. "The fans may be wondering I was just a flash in the Hue said Friday night before 12th annual Houston Base- all Writers dinner, which ho- ored him as pitcher of the ear. "But I don't think I was a !ash in the said Blue, who won 24 games for the Ath- etics last year. "And believe it not, I'm not going to try to rove anything. I'm just going o do the best I can. I'm going o try to build a flame." Blue struck out 301 batters and had tbe lowest earned run verage in the majors at 1.82. He said he felt the pressure in he last half of the 1971 season he attempted to win 30 Bines, and said tbe year's ex- perience will help. Jridge Juvenile Warriors mee the Midget Elks at nine. Thurs day Labor Club Bees meet Es- kimo Midgets at and Fri day sees the Lethbridge Colts ake on Bow Island in a Little Spud League game. The special week will come to a close Saturday and Sunday with a full slate of action. Saturday the Pee Wees am Bantams take up most of the morning and afternoon. Al Saturday the Lethbridge A.C.T Bantams Heps will play host to Cranbrook with a bingo to fol low from to The War- riors will then take on Medicine Hat Wheelers in a Southern Al- berta Juvenile League game. Both games are at Henderson Lake. Sunday will see (he A.C.T play Cranbrook again at Hen- derson at 11 a.m. Both the lo- cals and Cranbrook will take part in the Bantam A World hockey trounament in Kam- loops, B.C. April 1-8. The week has already started off on a good financial foot. A cheque for was turn- ed over to the Minor Hockey of- ficials. Alf Tedesco, Grand Knight of the Lethbridge Coun- cil No. 1490, Knights of Colum- bus made the presentation to- day. Ken Doughty, Exalted Ruler, Lethbridge B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 37, Ken Newton of the Op- imists Club and Mervin Haderer President of the A.C.T., will make presentations to the Leth- bridge midget Elks and A.C.T. teams for use dining the re- mainder of the season. Thursday and Friday Minor Hockey Week will sec number of hockey films shown at Col- lege Mall and Centre Village Mall between 7-9 each eve- ning, free of charge. It means a great deal to the young bbys to see familiar faces in the crowd. The brand of hockey is exciting and sur- prising. Try and make t point of taking in some of the action. AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN Progressive dealership handling complete line of Ford cars and trucks, invites applications from com- petent professionals to fill fwa vacancies on their small, well-trained sales force. BY PROFESSIONAL, WE REFER TO A STATE OF MIND. RATHER THAN EXPERIENCE If you hove a tolld record of accomplishminl, and challenged by the concept of contributing fo further growth of a 300 to 400 new car opirallon, In excellent facilities which dominate their rural location, wa offer unique opportunities with above average earning potential. Rnply giving complete murne to BOX 23, LETHBRIDGE HERALD Gals ivin second straight Pronghorns take it on the chin CALGARY (Special) Ura verslty of Lethbridge Prong horns defeated University Calgary Dinnies 64-15 Friday to chalk up their second Western Canada Inter Collegiate Worn en's Basketball win against the Dinnies in two days. Lethbridge edged Calgary 42 38 Thursday. Rosemary Brodrick led the Pronghorns with 18 points fo lowed by Minnie Van Dieren with 15 and Debbie Whitehea with 14. Leading Calgary wa Susan Clow with 14 points aix Saelene MacDonald with 10. The Pronghorns led 30-19 ialfdme. Ir. Saskatoon the University of Saskatchewan Saskat o o n campus Huskiettcs won t h e 1 seventh consecutive game Fri day night defeating University of Saskatchewan Regina Cam >us Cougettes 68-37 in women basketball action. Barb Drake paced the Hus riettes with 16 points while Sherril Roberts added 13. Ruby Werhun and Sandj jindsay sparked the Couj ettcs with 10 points each. Meanwhile, a 28 point per ormance by John Powell led he Dinosaurs to a convincing 05 42 win over the male 3ronghorns in another league encounter. Thursday evening the Prong wrns managed to stay close to the Dinnies most of the game before bowing 72-52 but Friday it was a different story Danny Quance added 2( for the winners are Jrent Farch and Jim Lathrop each hooped 17. Cam Burr paced Lethbridge wilh 10 points as the Prong- horns trailed 52 16 at half- ime. In Winnipeg the University if Manitoba Bisons won their enth game in eleven starts Wday night with an 89 80 win over the University of Win- nipeg Wesmen. Montreal Expos ign players MONTREAL (CP) Mont- Expos announced Friday bey have signed baseball pitch- ers Bill Stoneman and Steve tenko and outfielder Boots Day o 1972 contracts. Stoneman had a 17-16 won-loss record in 1971, while Renko was 5-14. Between them, Stoneman and lenko put together a combined otal of 76 starts, more than any Lher two pitchers in the Na- tional League. Day, speed merchant in the eld, hit .283 in 127 games with ie club last season. He was btained from Chicago Cubs in 970. LETHBRIDGE SHIRTSLEEVE OPEN WENS' CURLING BONSPIEL FEB. 10th thru 13th Featuring .64 Rinks f) 6 Eventt und the Grand Aggregate COST per rink Entrlti era filling up fait, and Inttnited In playing in the Annual Is advlttd 1o turn in Ihtlr tntriet to thi local Curling Club at toan ai Angus Burr hit for 23 points and Bob Town dunked another 21 points to spark the Bisons who led 45-34 at half-time. Wesmen got B 31 point per- formance from Barry King who kept Uw University of Winnipeg squad in the game with a brilliant display of out- side shooting. Rookie Chico Rodriguez, while scoring just seven pointi for Winnipeg, led the Wesmen with 15 rebounds is they out- rebounded the Bisons 39-38. Play in Stirling tonight Kodiaks edge Buccaneers The Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks finally clickci and captured their first vie tnry over the Dawson Colleg Buccaneers of Glendive, Mon tana Friday night. The Kodiaks, who suffered two previous setbacks to the Buccaneers on their ejrtendei U.S. tour, came up with a hard fought 88 83 win at the LCC auditorium last night. The Kodiaks opened up with 42-37 lead at half-time, but watched their lead diminish 56-55 after 30 minutes of play Being threatened to lose (heir third straight game to the Buccaneers, the K o d i a k caught, fired and out scored their opponents 32-28 in fina 10 minutes. Gary Williams paced the Ko- diaks, who mustered up a 42 per cent shooting average from the out side with 25 big while Alex Dudas and Curt Wolsey chipped in with 19 and 17 points respectively. Williams was also brilllanl under the basket picking of 21 of the Kodiaks' 55 rebounds Bruce Millis was also a plus 'actor for the local club netttaj 13 points and grabbing 11 loose balls around the backboards. For the Buccaneers, G. Hig- lin notched 23 points while B. Anderson managed 16. In the (preliminary girl's game, the host Lethbridge Community C o 1 lege Kittens suffered a 37 26 loss to the Dawsor, College Bucettes. The Kittens held a slim 19-1! ead at half time, but watched he Bucettes come to life in the final half to earn the victory. Donna Payovich gave a tre- CONSERVATION LOTTERY Early Bird Winner of MRS. P. POLUKOSHKO Ticket No. C14I54 448 Hinii Crttk, Alb.rta Ticket Seller Manning Fish and Auocialion Mrt. E. Gulfau Final Draw-feb. 26, 1972 PRIZES: lit 1972 Ford Truck and Camper Value 2nd hp Evinrud. Motor 3rd Yamaha 100 e.e. Trail Bike 4th Springbok 14' Boat 5th 6 hp Evinrud. Motor 6th SprlnoBok 12' boat 7ltt CP Air two return to Whil.norat 8th C.l.t. .270 Rill. 9lh Wincheller 12 iholgun lOlh flihlng rod, reel and equipment Tickeli Available From Your local FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION ALBERTA FISH AND CAM! 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