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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WeJn.idoy, July It, If THI UTHMIDCI HHAID Hall returns to manager's position Sugar Kings name Reddin as new coach By PAT SULLIVAN Hcrild Sporli Wrier Lclhbridge Sugar Kings of the Alberta Junior Hockey Lea- gue have a new coach and a not-so-new general manager. Commencing today, John (Biff) Roddin is the coach of Uie Sugar Kings replacing John Chapman who handled the dulr ies the past two years. Chap- man has since signed to coach the Crowsncst Pass Devils, the newest entry in the league. "As of right Eiff i? Mm coach ol the saJd Syd Hall, who at the same time announced he was back as gen- eral manager of the club, Hall had resigned In the midst of in- ternal problems of the club in the latter stages ol the 1971-72 Centennials junior last year and Is looking forward to his association' with Hall for the coming year. "I've known Syd [or a num- ber of years and I'm really happy we'll be working togelh- hc Vulcan er this coming "B" club Reddin. said South archers stay in first CALGARY (CP) Brenda Lebmann of Calgary posted a 743 Tuesday to climb from third into a tie for the lead of the women's barebow competi- tion at the Canadian archery championships. First place in the other three main amateur divisions was unchanged as Monday's first- round leaders continued to show top form. Miss Lehmann's round gave her an aggregate total of same as that registered by Terry Pupp of Lelhbridgc who was first on Monday but shot a 6G6 Tuesday. Sylvia Poitras of Saskatchewan was third at 1.448 after a 671 roiuid Tues- day. Wayne Pullen of Dorchester, Ont., led the men's freestyle with aggregate after scor- ing of a possible points Tuesday. John Brooks of Vancouver was second with aggregate and Archie Lovelace of Regina, third with In the men's barebow, John Horvath of Taber, con- tinued to dominate with a 960- round for B total of ahead of Pete Thauberger of Penticton, B.C., with and Lome Laursen of Burnaby, B.C., with Dorothy Lidstone of Vancou- ver added a to her divi- sion leading total of Monday for good for first ahead of Lynda Walker of Calgary with and Honor Lemacher of Toronto with Each of the no entrants shoots 120 arrows a day at dis- tances ranging from 40 to 70 metres. The championships end Friday. RACE SELECTIONS By Willie Ketdium Horses expected to run THURSDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE S500, for three year old The ponies had a rest Tues- day, at Whoop-Up Doivns but they were expected to be back on the track earning their oats today at three o'clock this af- ternoon. Weather permitting, the scheduled eight-race card was to have started at three. Heavy rain turned the track into wat- er-drenched mess and officials cancelled the Tuesday card. To make up for the loss of the eight races Tuesday post time for Friday and Saturday has been set for two o'clock and 10 races will be stagnd each afternoon. The two o'clock post time is to allow for the chuck- wagon races to start on time as well as the rodeo which fol- lows. and upward SEVEN FURLONGS Irish Colonel........ 122 Can overcome posl Droamin Demon ................1W Draws favored post U Hope .in Waich (or lale charge.......... Hurry Hnlly.................114 Should be teller................7 ChanHekT ...................114 Will try for (rent.............. Bedrock Jel T22 Could move up.................2 Hola Fire....................122 Jockey could help...............A Sireel Lew....................113 Nof these..................5 SECOND RACE Claiming for Uirce >car olds and upwards SEVEN FURLONGS Winning SKip Benefits from Big Bambl ....................119 Could pop up................. .1 Jusla Roar....................117 Should beMer fhis...............5 French Bar .........114 Needs B race .................3 Brian T ..............-......114 doesn'1 help................6 Miss Tally....................114 Not today......................8 Sky Fire.....................'22 Not in Ihe money................7 I'M Peel ................112 Unknown quanlily...............! THIRD RACE Claiming for four year old maidens SEVEN FURLONGS Marls Pass Bella County Doc MIC Wee sue Sllot Lett Jac Foxy Sara WHOOP-UP DAYS at LEO SINGER'S CAMPER COATS The Ideal jacket for vacation lime. MEN'S BOYS' Priced At 12 ,95 MEN'S FORTREL SLACKS OFF CLEARING NOW AT (ALTERATIONS EXTRA PLEASE) SAYINGS ON CASUAL SLACKS Sizes 28 lo 36 in men's and young men's. Regular 14.95 Regular 29.95 7 QQ CLEARING 4 4 QQ ,W AT 11.99 MEN'S SUMMER CLEARING AT T-SHIRTS and SHORT SLEEVED SHIRTS OFF BOYS' SHORT SLEEVED DOUBLE KNIT SHIRTS Regularly YOUR HOME OF LEE AND LEVI'S JEANS and CORDS 5lh "WE HAVE THE CtOTHES YOU NEED FOR THE IIFE YOU IEAD" STREET S. PHONE 327-3958 Look much Ihe best............ 1H Outside post hurls.............. ...........Ill Inside post helps............... n. ..111! Never slerlcd...... ..........Ml could no teller 3 ,..........109 NOT much lo go on ...............1 119 Unknown quantity .6 ..........J17 Needs experience 7 FOURTH RACE S500 Claiming lor tour year olds anil upwards SEVEN FURLONGS SHOCK Troop Should never look Mck..........3 Plpi ...lit Best ot Ihe resf.................6 Mainly Cloudy..............122 Inside polo draw.................l True Trusl ....................119 Could be belter Famous Boyboy ...............lid Too much speed...............5 Espiril De Speed 114 Not much here..................2 FIFTH RACE 5500 Claiming for three year olds and upwards SEVEN FURLONGS Fleet Flitter...... 117 Lasl race I dandy..............7 Ooolin Prince Posl hurls.................. 8 Dirty Gerly...................117 Best Iry could win...............3 Golden Ducat ............__.. 116 Can calch a slice ....._.......5 Counlry...................119 Unknown quantity War Trsmp 116 Won'l be there Smart Bet...................119 Not todny 2 Ryslo ........................lift condilion counts................t> SIXTH RACE 8500 Claiming for three year old maidens SEVEN FURLONGS Iblil........., Abble's Bird Misi Monairo Singing seas Color Me Lucky Avenue Girl Roly Minx......... ........117 Wire to wire 117 Will follow Ihe leader .......107 Besl of Ihe rest .......117 May move up ......117 Hasn't shown much 117 Pole position helps ........117 First start........ SEVENTH Claiming lor three year olds and upwards FIVE FURLONGS Banquel Knight Best ol Ihe day .................1 Tiny's KinB 122 Can catch a slice................7 Flumo ..................1H Mud helps chance...............8 curragh Rythm ,...........117 Will try lor front ................5 Cedar cross _..........122 Condllion questionable........... n Ram Norte -..............122 Unknown quanlily............... -I Knuk K .122 Way move up 1 Mr. LiltH EIGHTH Claiming for four year olds and upwards FIVE FURLONGS Lloyd's Image--------...........117 Winner off last .................3 Busier Kid .....................11? Second besl.................. J Knlghl's Up..................117 Big fry in Insf.................S Poodlelaker ..................132 Leads the second wave...........7 Burnt Cap.........-.......122 post hurts chance ...............B Whlslling Lad................119 Pole doesn't help...............1 Bill's Chop Chop _. _. Needs more dislanci......... .2 I. B. King .........__... -122 Unknown POST TIME 3 P.M. Gabriel satisfactory LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) Quarterback Roman Gabriel of Los Angeles Rams was reported making satisfactory recovery Tuesday from a lung collapse he suffered Monday. Dr. Jules Rasinsld of the Na- tional Football League club said the tube inserted to inflate the lung would be removed Thurs- day and that Gabriel could be back in full action three weeks from that date. Gabriel, 31, was stricken dur- ing the first full oMU for Rams' veterans. Dr. Rasinsld said the lung was almost fully inflated Tues- day and ttiat the veteran quart- erback "was doing well." No cause has been given lor the ailment and physicians said it could happen to anyone at any given time. Gabriel was throwing a football when he was stricken. The collapse was brought about, by the rupture of a small air cyst on the top of the lungs and wasn't attributable to foot- ball. Gabriel will miss most ot the pre-season schedule. Roddin, 4.1 years of age, mar- ried will) four children, intends to make lu's home in in the not loo distant future. "We have a lale start but we hsvc done some work for I ha new season and have a lot more planned." Reddin also stated he would be beating (tie bushes selling the program for Ihe coining year. "I might as well get a good knowledge of Ihe whole opera- he said. For Ihree years Reddin was a western Canada scout for the Minnesota North Slars and up until S'joUy MUTJO and com- pany pulled out of the World Hockey Association was direc- tor o[ player personel for Mun- ro's Calgary Broncs. The Broncs are now defunct, and so is the Sugar King associ- ation with Mr. Munro ac- cording to Hall. "It's officially Hall stated. Also over is the associa- tion with Adrian Uitbeyerse and Cnrl Trcntini, although Trcntini was unavailable for comment Reddin said "Trentini lias already lold people in Cal- gary he is Whal docs Ihis mean to jun- ior hockey in Ihe "We're starling nearly from said Hall. He indicat- ed llial lliere are players who have contracts that are stilt valid with Hie Kings "And we'll liave more." he added. Reddin is familiar wilh a number of young players in Ihe south and various olliers re- gions but he made it clear 'The locals will get first crack, and a good crack it that, at making the Kings." Reddin played junior hockey in the Calgary Buffaloes' organ- ization under Frank McCool. He had a with Springfield Indians in Die American Hock- ey League and then played for Jie Charloltetown Islanders of Ihe old Maritime Professional League. He was athletic supervisor with the City ot Calgary for iix years and prior to that coached the hockey cluh at Royal Roads Military Academy while a memlrer of the physical education, staff at Uie Academy. For Hall, it was a return to the game he has been connect- ed with for 25 years. "We don't have to go over why I quit last Hall stated. "It was something I had to do and It's over wilh. She's a whole new ball game." Hall quit last year because he could not get Hie support of his "ellow co-owners. This prob- em, willi today's announce- ment, seems to have ended. MALI NAMES REDDIN John (Biff) Reddin, sealed, becomes the new Sugar King coach today. With Reddin Is genera] manager Syd Mall who mode announcement. Sclieiiiblum not upset KANSAS CITY (AP) Richie Scheinblum of Kansas City Roy- als said Tuesday he had "no lard feelings" over failing to make the starting American League All-Star team. Scheinblum is leading the league in hitting at .330, but is in his first year with the Royals nnd was not listed on the all- star ballot. "I'm having myself good year and of course I'd like lo be on Ihe he said. "But the game is played for .he fans and the fans should be he ones that pick them. Maybe Ihe players or sportswriters could make a more accurate selection, but there's going to be controversy whichever way you do it. only tiling wrong iwth he tans voting is that the play- ers in the bigger cities with argcr attendance have an ad- he added. Muhammad has a cold Lewis not afraid of Ali Bv NOEL HUGHES DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) Mu- hammad Ah' cut short his hist training session Tuesday on the eve of Us scheduled ]2-round fight with Al (Blue) Lewis, be- cause he was suffering from a heavy cold. The No. 1 heavyweight boxing contender and former cham- pion, was given a penicillin injection in an effort to clear up the infection. Ali turned down suggestion from his advisers that he should postpone tlio fight for a week. But after only a few minutes on Ihe punching hag, ho retired to a dressing room and flopped down on the table. The usually talkative Ameri- can was subdued as newsmen clustered around him. "I intended lo do three or four rounds on the bag. But after one round I fell so Ali said. Ali sweating heavily, al- though Ire had not done any- thing energetic. He shut Ills eyes and ignored most of Uie newsmen's questions. PAY TO WATCH Fans were still pouring into Ihe Croke Park training area when Ali terminated his session. The training took place in a glass walled handball alley which had the atmosphere of a goldfish bowl, with fans paying the equivalent of Sl.SO (o watch. Ali has been dubbed "The Pied Piper of Dublin." Wherever he goes hundreds of children follow him around ask- ing for his autograph. Ali is slaying at a luxury hotel 10 miles from Ihe city in a with king-sized bcd-al ?115 a day. Mean w bile, his opponent Lewis niTide do with a mixlesl. waterfront hotel costing n day. "Tomorrow I'm going la nwn the. declared the un- ranked Ixwis of Detroit. "I'm hungry 'or the glamor and riches which Ali has. Just wail. I'm not afraid of him and he won't psyche me like he has other men." LOOKED SLOW Lewis, who claims the best boxers have always avoided him, looked a trifle slow in training. But his "Sunday B long loping left hook, could cause All some problems if it lands. Ali lias lost only champion 38 bouts; Lewis has 28 victories against four losses. He hasn't fought since Oct. 4, 1971. Tho fight will take place at Dublin's Crake Park open air arena. The promoters hope for a CTOMX! of for the con- test. Ali rocoivos while Lmvis gcU Medical examination was cursory Chuvalo gives testimony TORONTO (CP) George Chuvalo testified Tuesday be- fore an inquiry into the death ol boxer Stewart Gray that the physical examination before the fatal fight was cursory. The Canadian heavyweight champion told Judge Benjamin Hewak, the investigator ap- pointed by the Manitoba govern- ment, that the medical exami- nation before the Feb. 21 fight in Winnipeg did not compare with those required in other Ca- nadian provinces and slates of the United States. Chuvalo said New York stale tests boxers for brain damage and examines blood, urine, blood pressure, co-ordination and chest x-rays. Nafiz Ahmed, a heavyweight who appeared on the same card, said he wore his clothes at ihe weigh-in, weighed himself and received a medical exami- nation which took about a min- ute. Gray died in a Winnipeg hos- pital about 24 hours after he was knocked out by the Cana- dian light-heavyweight cham- pion, Al Sparks of Winnipeg. Chuvalo watched the fatal fight from the stands. In re- sponse to questions from com- mission counsel Donald Baizley, he said the fight should have been stopped but that in the heat of action it would have been difficult to make a deci- sion. "Gray didn't fight a good said Chuvalo. "He was shook up a couple ol times. I figured he was not hurt bad enough not to come out for the seventh round." He said Gray lay with his feet In honor of Thorpe WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate passed Tuesday a bill lo provide for striking of coromor- ative medals for Jim Thorpe, the great Indian athlete. The bill, sent to the House of Representatives, authorizes six gold medals and up to bronze duplicates. The measure was Introduced by Senator Fred Harris Okla.) Thorpe was born in Okla- homa, and the bill is supported by the state's Athletic Hall of Fame. Thoi-pe was named in an As- sociated Press poll of U.S. sportswrilers as the outstanding American athlete of the first half ot the 20th century. He per- formed In football, baseball and track at Carlisle school and later played professional foot- ball and baseball. He was the winner ot Ihe de- cathlon and pentathlon at the 1912 Olympic Games in Stock- holm. But charges that he had violated his amateurism by playing semi-professional base- ball prior to the games were made and Thorpe was com- pelled to return his medals. and arms crossed after knocked oul. "I jumped Into the ring yelled for a Chuvaln said. "A doctor tried to revivt him In the dressing room." Chuvalo also testified about the fight on the same card In which he knocked out Jimmy Christopher. Baizley quoted Christopher saying he had been threatened and forced to fake defeat be- cause someone wished to pre- vent Chuvalo from being hurt before his May 1 fight with Mu- hammad Ah' in Vancouver. Chuvalo said Clirislisher had not told the truth and xaid thought, the claim had been made to divert attention from the poor quality of the card that night. Chuvalo told Judge Hewak that promoter Jack Keller, who put on the Feb. 21 Winnipeg card, was inexperienced. said Christopher had not been one of his better opponents and that if he himself had been promoter, he would not staged the fight. The inquiry More sport on Page 12 WHOOP-UP SPECIALS! -AT KING CHRYSLER DODGE CORNER 3rd AVENUE ond llth STREET S., IETHBRIDGE PHONE 32B-9271 1965 IHC TANDEM V-S molor, 5 speed, A speed aux. Reg. NOW 1970 DODGE POLARA 4-DOOR Red, V-S moior, aulo. power steering, radio. Was NOW S2195 1968 OLDS. DELMONT 88 4 door, aylo. trans., turquoise, V-B motor- pulo. power brakes, radio. NOW '1795 1972 IHC Vt TON V-8, oulo. red, miles. 1965 IHC 1800 LOADSTAR New point, V-8 motor, i speed, full oh. Was 1971 METEOR RIDEAU 500 door, gold, V-8 molor, outo. trans., power steering, power brakes, radio. Wos NOW Dependable TRADES ACCEPTED OPEN EVENINGS TIL 9 CHRYSLER CREDIT FINANCING Dependable USED CARS ALSO SEE THE COMPLETE LINE OF 1972 CHRYSLER PRODUCTS [USED CARS ;