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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, January 29, ANDY CAPH I'VE BEEN THREATEN WITH THE SACK BiCALJSE OF YOUR r ASRSASS, MATE-.' WHERE AM I SOINV TD >_ FlNts ANOTHER TOB AT THE TROUBLE Wll TOLERANT IS THAT PEOPLE1 THINK >'OU J. BON'TUNQFPSTANB THE PRDBLEM Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES MflfO Bodarnuk U3; Pat Jarvle 251 Annabelle Pruegger 269 Mel Seiberl 297; Joyce Selrson 2J6; Isabella Bergman 289 (7.D; Bev Hen- derson 253 Myna Tymensen 268; Jean Canninx 258; Zila Tinordi 243; Lorna Newman 250; Phil Lynch 255; May Syme 287; Chris Schulz 249 Treva Sobullak 273. SUNDQU1ST Jo Krokosh IW; Shirley McLellan Ul, May Popma 263 Isabel Orsttn GIna Poulsen 253; Shirley PlonIKe 251; Lcla Ober 250; Jean Pas- eey 292 Mar] Fleming 254; Mary Ward 283; Pat Plomp 337 Pat Tunslall 276 HENRY HOMES Norm Gyulai 289; sieve Gangur 304 Conrad Arnold 269; Otto Panko- tay 271; John Ripley 283 Jim WcPIke 310 Belly Palerson 246; Marg Michalenko 251; Carol Ramage 239; Ruin McLaren 365; Jean Passey 256 BernkB Gyorkos J.C.C.A. Nobby Tajlri 295; Jim Higa 284; Wimp NnkamUra 2BB; Tom HIrashima 2B5 Tom Shlgehiro 305; Francis Higa 275 Kay AyakawB 253 Carol 244; Barb Urano 226; Betty Tomlyama AY a Naka- mura 223; Flo Tomlyama 210. MORNING COFFEE Bertha Quayle 243; Jean Janson 248; Donnis Foder 241; Betly Martin 298 Bernlce Hay 24B Kay Davlson 244; Mltz WooldHdge 356 Helen 249; Jenny 5mlIs 243; Sharon Davidson 241; Pal Elaschuk 236 Rose Cropley 234. GREEN'S SHOES Verda Hamilton 277 Norman Tolley 315 Eleanor Dorlgatll 267 Jack 5meed 312 Reg 5 meed 296 May Hleberl 276 Ken Malcomson 339 (BJ4J; Donna Smeed 266; Linda Malcomson 261 Steve Gingur 324 Lew Mills 300 Marlon GuiiK 305. WE CARE Bulk Plant Agent PACIFIC PETROLEUMS LTD. has a suc- cessful bulk plant In the City of lerh- bridge and is looking for an energetic and ambitious AGENT who desires to get into business for himself. Previous experience in this field would be on advantage. However, all appli- cations will be considered. Some capital required. Truck financing available. Telephone: Calgary 268-6479 Lethbridge 318-6446 Both had little trouble Chuvalo, Gray retain crowns VANCOUVER (CP) BoLh Canadian heavyweight chain pion George Chuvalo and Cana d i a n welterweight champion Clyde Gray had little difficulty Friday night in retaining their championships. Chuvalo, who has held his We since 1961, won over chal- lenger Charlie Chase, who was unable to continue after the sixth round, while Gray recorded a fourth-round knock- out over outclassed L o n n i e States. The Ohase broke his right hand in the fourtii round and decided after continu- ing for two more three-minute sessions that it was futile to go on against the rugged Ohuvalo, who weighed 225 pounds. As the feature attraction, for- mer heavyweight champion Mu- hammad Ali pounded two spar- ring partners, Tracy Suminer- ville and Jeff Merrill, almost at will in two five-round exhibition bouts. A total of fans watehed the fast-stepping Ali mesmerize his too opponents with his fancy footwork and crackling ja' The former world champion, ivfto fought under the name Cas sius Clay, drew roars in his bout with Merritt by staging a mock knockdown. EXPRESSES WISH Ali called for a fight with Chuvalo, Baying "I won't retire until Chuvalo is knocked down. Chuvalo kept tiiat record in- tact in his skirmish with the Si-year-old Ohase, although the challenger said afterwards he thought he was fighting his kind of fight. Chase, who has frequently sparred with the Toronto cham- jion, said he planned to have HhuvaJo wear himself out in Hie larly rounds and then step up the pace. In the fourth round, the chal- lenger said, he hit Chuvalo on the head "and ttie pain went up my arm like an electric shock." Chase continued for two more rounds, but said the pain was too much. Chuvalo had a small cut under his right eye, suffered in he second round, while Chase had a rapidly-swelling lump under his left eye. In his dressing room, Chuvalo said he thought he was in con- trol of the fight. "He's kind of awkward, a o o d counter-puncher. He's short and tricky, moved around iretty he said. "It took a ittle while to find the range." Gray floored Stales twice be- fore the end came at of the fourth. Just prior to the first knock- down, States staged a brief flurry, which seemed to spur Gray, who moved in and knocked the challenger down with a series of and rights. States took the automatic eight count on one knee and rose to absorb further punish- ment before being floored The final knockdown de- posited States on to and he struggled to rise before being counted out. Roughriders to become league's poor cousins? REG1NA (CP) Are Saskat- chewan Roughriders, a dynasty in the Canadian Football League for the last decade, in danger of becoming the league's poor cousins? The club's past president thinks so. "Despite the competitive abil- ity of our team, we are in dan- ger of becoming the poor cousins of the said Bill Clarke who stepped down aa president Thursday after four years in office. Our increased ence on league revenues of course reduces our voice and influence in league activities Clarke, succeeded by Alan Sangster, sounded the ominous note during the club's annual meeting. Despite a modest net profit in 1971 operations, offi- cials are concerned. TICKETS GO UP "The cost of remaining com- petitive, determined by project- ing club expenses for the nest four years, indicates we will suffer losses amounting to ap- proximately in the conr. mg four years under our present seat pricing structure. "Accordingly, there will be a new price schedule for the 1972 season. Amount of the increase wasn't announced but tickets now range from to Prices have been unchanged since 1961. There was a net profit in 1971 of an increase of about over Uie previous season, jut the actual football opera- Sons lost compared with the previous year. The deficit was overcome by ;ale equalization payments of from the league and the annual dinner which in 1971 brought in The Roughriders made the playoffs for the 10th consecutive In 1971, and their record ncludes a Grey Cup, three Grey Cup appearances and four west- ern championships. But the success on the field hasn't been reflected in the stands for the last few years. In the early 60s crowds topped and the league commis- sioner's office voiced concern because the 'Riders were seat- ing overflow crowds on the in- field. Last year, Riders averaged fans for eight home games. In 1970 the average was around With crowds like that, the 'Ri- ders would not survive expan- Canucks win in overtime CALGARY (CP) Captain David Bruce scored the tying and winning goals as the Cal- gary Canucks took a 5-4 over- time victory against the visit- ing Drum'heller Falcons in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Friday. Bruce tied the game at of the third period and scored the winning goal at the 55-sec- ond mark of the 10-mlnute sud- den-death overtime. Drumheller led 3-1 after Hie first period but Hie Canucks came back to even the count in the second on goals by Mark Lomenda and Dennis Olmstead. Grant Pushie scored has sec- ond goal of the game early in the third period to give Drum- heller a 4-3 lead that set the stage for Bruce's winning per- formance. The other Calgary goal was scored by Jim Setters while Rick Blair and Gary Bembridge were the other marksmen for Drumheller. No details disclosed An agreement reached SAPPORO, Japan (AP) The International Ski Federa tion (FIS) Council met until th -arly hours today to co-ordinat the stands of the natrons! feder EL DORADO SALES and TERRY TRAILER SALES INDOOR TRAILER SHOW AND SALE TONIGHT SATURDAY, JAN. 29 UNTIL 9 P.M. SUNDAY, JAN. 30 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Show Only FREE REFRKHMINTS COFFEE and DONUTS PEPSI courtiiy cf Chinook Rattling See On Display if PROWLER TERRY TAURUS TRAVEL TRAILERS Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Deal now lake delivery now or In the spring Your present trailer will serve as your down payment no cash required until delivery Generous trade-In allowances if We need your trader if Grain taken as full or part payment. Current allowance on wheat bushel delivered. Barley S8c bushel delivered Bank or IAC financing We even take cash 1 EL DORADO Sales Lot Location 2910 1st Ave. S. East of Government on Hwy. 3. Phone 327-1233 MIRK KtOVANSKY ations in relation to Avery Brundage and the International Olympic Committee. Dr. Karl Heinz Klee, presi- dent of the Austrian SJa Federa- tion who was one of the officials attending the session of the top policy making group of FIS, told The Associated Press "We reached general agreement." He declined to disclose details about the four-hour session, say- ing an announcement can not be expected until the IOC makes its position known as to who is eligible or not to enter the 1972 Sapporo games. The council session was pres- ided over by FIS president Marc Hodler, a Swiss lawyer. Klee said Austria and France have established an especially close liaison, concerning their "special interests." Both have announced repeatedly the; would withdraw all their skiers if even only one of them is barred by the IOC. Hodler has made It clear In previous interviews that the FIS as a whole would not go that far. He said that if top stars are disqualified by the IOC before the Games open here. Feb. 3, FIS would hold world champion- ship races in Europe with all skiers allowed to enter, after the skiing events of tfce Sappon Games. The IOC eligibility commis- sion and the executive council have met in Tokyo. Reliable in- formants said Friday the eligi- bility commission has refused to accept as evidence against sev- eral skiers photos showing them with their skis, displaying the brand names. Special deals for homeowners at Associates If you're buying your house, you're eligible for a special Homeowner Loan at Associates any time you need cash. That means we may be able to give you a better deal Lower rates... or longer terms... or even both. The amount you can borrow is limited only by the equity you have in your home. maybe or more. So if you have high-interest debts outstanding, or if you need dish fora second car, a boat, or any other good reason, talk to Associates about a low-interest Homeowner Loan. Sec how much belter otf you'll be-long-term. TOM Third Avenue South 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED sion if such a situation arises, Costs would soar. Riders plan to increase seat- ing capacity at Taylor Field, adding about more seats between the goal lines1. Clarke cited the "disturbing set of circumstances" in which the team's "dependence on rev- enue from sharing in league ac- equalization, pre- season games, playoff revenues represents 38 per cent o[ gross football revenue." WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JAN. 31 p.m. N. A. TITLE LUMBERJACK MATCH I KUKT VON NESS vi CAXIOS IfLAFONTI KUHL and TOMASSO vi SITO and IEE KAMATA vi BASIC OUINN n ANSON LUECK rl BUTCHER S3 SI.50 Iw Otens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN Progressive dealership handling complete line of Ford cars end trucks. Invites applications from com- petent professionals to fill two vacancies on their small, well-trained sales force. BY PROFESSIONAL, WE REFER TO A STATE OF MIND, RATHER THAN EXPERIENCE If you have a solid record of accomplishment, find art challenged by the concept of contributing Id the further growth of o 300 to 400 new cor opBrotion, in excellent facilities which dominate their rural location, we offer unique opportunities with above averagi earning potential. Rtply giving to BOX 23, LETHBRIDGE HERALD EXAMPLE: SET NO. 6054 Less 20% 6.54 CHALLENGER Tools from W to Combination International Harvester Co. of Canada Ltd. 304 STAFFORD DR., IETHBRIDGE PHONE 337-3123 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE AREA DESIGNATED FOR SNOW VEHICLES IN INDIAN BATTLE PARK The City of Urhbrldge hoi designated that portion of Indian Bolfla Pork lying Southerly of tho CPK trestle bridge and Northerly from itorm sewer outfall irrigation ditch at reierved for the uie of mow vehicles and while open for this ute It is closed to all other uset and vehicles. The area shown the unshaded ana an the accompanying plan. No snow vehicles will be allowed In park area when there is not sufficient snow cover to protect the natural ground grass. The area will be posted as to adequate snow for the USD of mow vehicles. The desig- nated park area shall be doted to over-tho-road vehicles not designated for snow ute, such as motorcycles, trail bikes, marsh buggies, amphibious machines, four wheel drive vehicles, and the like am excluded in areai reserved only for snow vehicles. The City has posted a trail with snow blazers, spied limit, and directional tigns for the convenience of tht tnowmobilers. Tht speed in the designated mow arm It a maximum 25 m.p.h., but the .machirwi mutt be operated at safe tpeedt within that maximum and with a responsible person in charge of each machine at all times while In the park. This area will be .patrolled by the City Police at regular The area will be open to tnowmobilers at their own risk. ;