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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta ANDY CAPP Wednetday, January 22, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 THIS IS LOVELY, PET, IT'S AG'K SINCE VOtlVE TAKEN ME OUT WR THEEVENINVWeCAN START OFF AT THE PICTURES AN' THEN I'O LIKE TO-g LOOK, WE'RE WIN1 OVER) TO THE PUS FOR A v-' COUPLE0s THAT'S IT.' SURE YOU WE EITHER k YOU'RE COMINS playoff berths all but clinched Is destroyed too strong a word? Roundup of short sport PACER BANKRUPT MEMPHIS (AP) Johnny Neumann, a guard for Indiana Pacers of the American Basketball Association, has filed for voluntary bankrupt- cy, listing debts of and assets of He said he owes in federal income taxes and listed several debts stemming from his divorce last year. RIDERS SIGN COACHES REGINA (CP) Saskatchewan Roughriders announced Tuesday the sign- ing of offensive coach Don Powell and defensive coach Jim Eddy to one year contracts covering the 1975 season. Head coach John Payne signed a two year contract in 1974. EVEL RIDES TO EUROPE BUTTE, Mont. (AP) Motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel told friends in a telephone interview Tuesday from Tucson, Ariz., that he has signed a contract for a series of 10 performances in Europe starting May 26. BUSBY SIGNS KANSAS CITY (AP) Kansas City Royals announc- ed Tuesday the signing of six players, including Jim Busby who hurled a no-hitter and ac- counted for 22 wins in 1974. Also signed to 1975 contracts were outfielder Amos Otis, pitchers Lindy McDanield, Al Fitzmorris and Mark Littell and Frank Ortenzio, an out- fielder designated hitter. SEAVER TAKES CUT NEW YORK (AP) New York Mets announced Tues- day that right handed pitcher Tom Seaver has signed his 1975 contract for the National League baseball season. Seaver, who made- an es- timated last year, is reported to have signed this year for about after suffering through most of 1974 with a painful sciatic nerve condition in his hip. MILLION PURSES TOKYO (AFP) Fifty one golf tournaments with total prize money of million will be held in Japan in 1975, it was announced Tues- day by the Japan Professional Golf Association. HILL MAY QUIT MIAMI (AP) Calvin Hill, running back of Dallas Cow- boys, said Monday that he will quit football if his deal with Honolulu'Of the financially troubled World Football League does not work out. "I am tired and I would like to get out before I get hurt. But I wouldn't mind going to a place like Honolulu, in a new en- vironment and among new people to play a few more said Hill, 27, who sign- Jockey buried GLENDALE, With fellow jockeys as pallbearers, Alvaro Pineda was buried Tuesday at a ceremony attended by more than mourners. Pineda, 29, was killed Satur- day after his horse reared in the starting gate at nearby Santa Anita Park, thrusting the jockey's head against a metal support. The pallbearers included jockeys Willie Shoemaker, Laffit Pincay Jr. and Ismael Valenzuela and horse owner and breeder Marty Nadel. Earlier in the day, Nadel an- nounced he had helped es- tablish a trust fund for Pineda's children. Minor Hockey agenda Following is a list ol activities that are planned for Minor Hockey Week in Lethbridge: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22 At Civic Ice Centre p.m. PW D.O. Jets-Falcons p.m. EXhlb. Midget Colts-A.C.T.'Bantam Reps p.m. Exhib. Midget Elks-Juvenile Warriors THURSDAY, JAN. 23 At Adarrii Ice Centre p.m. PW Flames-Bisons p.m. BB Blazers-Blades p.m. BA Red Wings-Oilers p.m. M Toros-Eskimos FRIDAY, JAN. 24 At Adams tea. Centre a.m. BB Lions-Eagles a.m. BB Rangers-Monarchs a.m. BB Bruins-Hornets p.m. BB Blades-Rural Team p.m. BA Jets-Maple Leats p.m. BA Jets-Maple Leafs p.m. BA Maroons-Black Hawks p.m. BA Islanders Canadians p.m. Spud League A.C.T.-Vauxhall At Civio Ice Centre p.m. PW Canucks-Sabres p.m. PW Flyers-Blues p.m. Pee Wee Mothers vs Sons p.m. M Royals-Comets SATURDAY, JAN. 25 At Civic Ice Centre p.m. PW Bears-Pintos PW Pengins-Centennlals p.m. PW Vikings-Cardston At Henderson Ice Centre p.m. Labor Club Bees-Med. Hat Kinsmen p.m. Juvenile League Midget Elks-Vauxhall PW Pee Wee BB Bantam B BA Bantam A M Midget Bowling scores ed with Honolulu for 1975. MAY STEP DOWN CLEVELAND (AP) Nick Mileti, the general partner of Cleveland Indians, will step down by the Feb. 26 start of the American League baseball team's spring training or sooner, the Plain Dealer says sources report. The Cleveland newspaper said Monday that Mileti has sold all but of his stock and will sell the rest of it if a buyer can be found. Mileti was a major part of the group which bought the Indians in 1972. REGAINS TITLE TOKYO (AP) Koichi Wa- jima of Japan scored a un- animous decision over Oscar Albarado of the United States in a 15 round slugfest Mon- day night, winning back the World Boxing Association junior middleweight title and gaining revenge for his loss to Albarado last June. The Texas born Albarado, who dethron- ed Wajima by knocking him out in the 15th round last June, was making his second defence of the title. It was Wa- jima's 30th victory against three losses and one draw. NEW YORK (AP) With the National Hockey League season pausing for its all-star break, it seems an appropriate time to examine what the league's new divisional structure has done to the excitement of the race for the playoffs. Would destroyed be too strong a word? In past years, making the playoffs was the target of every NHL team. Those post season berths meant a shot at the Stanley Cup and that, after all, is what the hockey season always has been about. But expansion and dilution has left the league with some have-not clubs and with nearly half the season still left, their playoff hopes are long gone. The expansionist Kansas City Scouts and Washington Capitals couldn't have hoped for post season action in their first year. But, at the same time, they couldn't have expected to be this far away With this long to. go. The "Scouts have won only "nine of 44 games and are 21 points removed from third place the last playoff spot in the Smythe Division. The Caps haven't done quite that well, managing only three vic- tories in 46 games ar.-j struggl- ing along 33-points out of the final Stanley Cup berth in the Norris Division. Things aren't much better for Minnesota North Stars and Detroit Red Wings, the teams directly ahead of the Scouts and Caps in their division standings. Minnesota is 15 points away from third place and Detroit 14 back. That means that, barring monumental collapses by the top teams or stirring about- faces by the bottom clubs, six playoff spots are all but clinched Vancouver Canucks, Chicago Black Hawks and St. Louis Blues in the Smythe Division and Los Angeles Kings, Montreal Can- diens and Pittsburgh Penguins in the Norris Division. The same situation exists in the Adams Division where three of the four competing Earlier expansion planned by NHL? MONTREAL (CP) Denver and Seattle, scheduled to join the National Hockey League in the 1976-77 season, could enter earlier through, purchase of existing franchises, it was revealed Tuesday. Clarence Campbell, NHL president, said Tuesday night following a two-day meeting of the league's board of gover- nors that the entry of the two cities could come about if one or both purchased existing franchises. He said a meeting of the governors will be held in New York Feb. 1 for further study: "Both cities have buildings available Campbell said. "And I wouldn't be sur- prised to see them in the league next season." Campbell said the league could stay at 18 teams if Denver, which has expressed an interest in purchase of the league-owned California Golden Seals, made such a move. The league president would not designate a club that Seat- tle could buy, but it was learn- ed that the Pittsburgh Penguins franchise, which has received financial assistance from the league, could be the club involved. BOUGHT SEALS The NHL bought back the Seals franchise from owner Charles 0. Finley last season after refusing him permission to move the team out of the San Francisco Oakland area. "What we would like to do is keep the thing in Campbell .said, noting that it would be unfair for one of the newcomers to start off with an experienced team while the other would be forced to start from scratch. After the entry of Seattle and Denver, the NHL was set for further expansion in 1978 and 1980 to bring the total number of teams to 24. The governors also studied several suggestions from the players during a meeting of the owner player council. clubs make the playoffs. Buf- falo Sabres and Boston Bruins are cinches, 24 and 17 points ahead of third place Toronto Maple Leafs. The Leafs also appear well set 10 points better than California with three more games to play than the Seals. In the Patrick Division, Philadelphia Flyers seem safe, but New York Rangers, Atlanta Flames and New York Islanders are in a three- struggle for the other two spots. So -what we have, essen- tially, are 10 of the 12 playoff berths already decided. All three teams battling for the two remaining Patrick Divi- sion spots have better records than the third place clubs in divisions, whose battling is just about done. Baseball drops 20 of its 24 teams when it comes to playoff time with only division winners qualifying for post season play. The National Football League eliminates 18 of its 26 clubs at the conclu- sion of its regular season, allowing six division winners and two wild card teams with the best second place records into its playoffs. But, with 12 of its 18 teams qualifying for the playoffs, the NHL is playing an 80-game season to eliminate only one third of its clubs. That percentage will be go- ing down in 1976. No, the NHL won't be reducing the number of playoff berths. Instead, it will be adding two clubs, Denver and Seattle. Some people might call that subtraction by addition. INVENTORY CLEARANCE ALL SIZES, ONE PRICE BOYS'S GIRLS' Skate Exchange Come Down and Swap Your Old On Another Used Pair APPROX. EXCHANGE SKATE SPECIAL SAVE '40 Super C COM Professional Hockey Skates List Price 59 95 Now CCM Citation Skates List Price Now 49 95 BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. Phorw 327-3221 HOLIDAY BOWL GOLDEN AGE Ruby Oseen 230, Hilda Blanchl 251. Nick Bianchi 288. Larry Smith 241, Harry Chapman 236, Minnie Petrie Rose Nunweiler 226, Jack Nunweller 225, Kay Davlson 222. Rob Clark 255. Velma Miller 218, All Bell 229. COMMERCIAL MEN'S Les Dyke 352 Bill Malcomson 303, Jack John Rempel 327 Bill Braun 360, Jim Hlga 299 Bert Mezei 306 Bob Costanzo 340 Mike Zmurchyk 336 Reg Arnold 338 Fred Thomas 336 Steve Pedersen 308 Roy Cunningham 311 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Neil Clark 272 Lprna Wishlow 287 Gordon Laurie 334 Bernice Pavan 276 Carol Hall 273, Jim Malcomson 318 Elaine Viergutz 318 Carol Berthiaume 279, Veronica Beresnak 279, Diane Violini 287, Mike Violinl 266. Bill Winger) 264, Wilma Valer 290 Robin Wheeldon 261 All Pedrini 261 Dennis Enns 330. CAPRI BOWL DOUS'S LADIES Ann Duval 235; Joyce Brown 238; Mary Mihalik 237; Agnes MacDonald 266 Tarni Wakelen 258; Lisa Stoltenberg 246: Elaine Tompkins 248; Harriet Nilsson 251; Joyce Bach 288 Pat Norlin 225. FRIDAY SCHOOLS Y.B.C. JUNIORS Brian Rossetti 228 Mike Gerls 258; Brad Kirschenman 207; Danny Sudo 203; Mark Grelzinger 217; Merylen Bunnage 261; Lori As- guln 215. BANTAMS Geoff Paskuski 238; Brent Carson 211 David Prindle 187; Jim Okamura 161; Mark Sharun 152; Brian Sparks 153; Heather Doyle 152. A.G.T. John Robertson 306 Frank Tuttle 247; Doug Aspeslet 235; Dick Wells 281; Ken Rollag 239; Jerry Areshenko 264 Brian Murkin three goals for the Supremes 240; Adeie Pizzingriiie 241; Mavis and Kim Farrell scored two. Singletons went to Linda Hamilton, Pat Branch and Debbie Tempel. Fort Macleod and the Supremes were pitted against each other in the-B event final. Fort Macleod reached the final by winning two over- time games, one against Ferguson 193; Darcy Shlgehiro 170; Shelly Hovey 238; Patli Stanton 176; Cindy McCurdy 173; Darlene McCurdy 174. Y.B.C. JRS. SRS. Sandra Hamilton 256: Lori Chaki 244; Dianne Crighton 220; Brenda Christie 254; Cindy Pedrlni 256; Pam Virostek 227; Greg Krokosh 268 David Wilks 282; Bill Todd 258 Parry McDonald 259 Marty Shigehiro 250; Robin Slanton 233; David Wells 251 Supremes capture B section Lethbridge Hockey Hounds Supremes Midget girls cap- tured the B Consolation prize at the Coleman Girls Hockey tournament over the weekend. The Lethbridge gals dropped their first game Saturday morning 3-1 to the Calgary Parkdale Midgets. The lone Lethbridge goal was scored by Crystal Miyashiro. The loss moved the Supremes into the B section. The tournament was won by Calgary Triwood who went through the 12-team tourney undefeated. Sunday the Supremes, behind the shutout goaltending of Jody Skeith, blanked Calgary CFB 8-0. Deanna Miyauchi picked up DELUXE YOUR CHOICE: ANY SIZES LISTED 600-12 695-14 825-14 600-13 735-14 560-15 825-15 650-13 775-14 775-15 No trade-in required RUGGED NYLON CORD DURABLE QUALITY STRONG DEPENDABLE RIDE MILEAGE GUARANTEED Tuttle 238: Gloria Balazs 226: Edith Klaiber 235; Mary Ann Femer 230. FRIDAY NITE MIXED Will Lake 282; Wayne Glberson 274; Morley Richardson 264 John Harvie 286: Joe Beresnak 247; Barry Tollestrup 236; Guila Bunnage 238; Denise Lake 271; Donna Wiebe 237; Joyce Marsden 233; Mel Amatto 230. Y.B.C. JET BOYS Darren Bailey 128; Dean Hovey Winston Heights of Calgary 157; Matthew Weaver 126; Bruce and the second over taber Silver Spurs. The Supremes defeated the Fort Macleod squad 6-1 in cap- turing the B final. Linda Hamilton scored twice for the winners while Crystal Miyashiro, Pat Branch, Rhoda Kellington and Deanne Miyauchi added single goals. The Winston Churchill Falcons also represented Harvie 129; Colin Wiebe 137; Brian Brand 137. BANTAM BOYS Kevin Chaki 158; Stephen Taylor 215; Edwin Burwash 159; Tom Amatto 242; David Ross 222; Ricky Woodman 186; Jim Mlklos 163; Tommy Doyle 182; Brent Baldrey 145. Y.B.C. JET QIRLS Sherry Erlendson 115; Jodi Freel 118; Nancy Ferguson 129; SonyK Decaire 133; Brand! Lamonl 102. BANTAM OIHI.I Cathy Hamilton 171; Sandra TIRE AND AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE .99 The racer's edge. WHITE WALLS OR BLACKWALLS FRONT END ALIGNMENT AUTQ SPLASH GUARDS Midi size, fits most cars. Rubber flap. SET OF 4 5 WHITEHALL PRICE SALE PfllCE S For better steering and longer tire wear! Let our expert me- chanics adjust caster, camber, foe, and repack outer fronl wheel bearings. ICE SCRAPER BRUSH A SQUEEGEE MILES OR 20 MONTHS Every HALLMARK tire carries lifetime guarantee against rood hazards workmanship WITHOUT LIMIT TO MONTHS OR MILES AT NO EXTRA CHARGE. DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION n[ IWWIMWORIM CO I1D Shopping Mail i 202SMayorMagrathOrlva I ninfirinnilll 3 K {SATISFACTION ,t a.m. to p.m. Vy i Thuraday t Friday a.m. to p.m. Saturday a.m. to p.m. Lethbridge in the tournament. ;