Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 25

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 60

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 TH1 UTHBKIDOB HtFAlB FrMay, Jon. I, W2 ANDY CAPP MAN... FOUL 'EM ALL THEY'LL CLAIM YOU Toronto plans aren't changed TORONTO (CP) The defec- tion of defencemen Rick Ley and Brad Selwood to New Eng- land Whalers of the new World Hockey Association and the ru- mored departure of goaltendcr Bernie Parent haven't altered Toronto Maple Leafs' plans to protect the players at next week's National Hockey League draft. Leaf president Harold Ballard said Thursday alter hearing of Ley's signing earlier in the day by the Whalers in Boston: "We'll treat the draft tho same as usual. Ley will be listed as though he were an or- dinary protected player." Ley was among four players signed by the Whalers. Selwood signed with the New England team in May. And Parent, who said he would sign a multi-year contract with the Miami WHA franchise before it folded, may yet wind up in the new league with Philadelphia. Ballard remains unimpressed by all tho WHA signings. "I hope, and think, It (the WHA) will get off the ground. I don't think it will last, though. "I expect Parent will be back Economical Transportation Leasing fi imart buihiBis. capital, saves money, provides lots model de- pendabla transportation. For your leasing plan, call our Leasing Mr. Roy Mclntosh at 328-9271. vith us for the start of the sea son and the others later." Ballard said he discounts th dea of a team that moves from arena to arena such as th iVhalers plan, with many o heir games scheduled for Bos .on Garden and others for tbi Boston University rink. "Imagine if Toronto Mapl .eats played a few games I Vfaple Leaf Gardens, then a n Ottawa, then went up t Kitchener for a couple there 'And the idea of the WIU teams chipping in eac to help sign Bobby Hull seem silly to me. That would be 5reat thing if you paid io have Bobby Hull come inf your building and score three or four goals against your own team." Ha was commenting on aclio taken at a recent WHA meetin in Quebec City whereby each the teams would ante u apiece to help Winnlpe Jels negotiate a cor tract for tho Chicago Blac Hawk star. The Jets would assume million in the five-year contra c with the rest coming from othe WHA teams. Winnipeg president Ben Ha kin was rumored Thursd: night to be holding talks wt Hull in Denver, Colo. The sign of better leasing KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and 17th SI. S. Phone 328-9271 see Europeans fooled by all-stars Ahearne says series 'a joke' LONDON, Ont. (CP) Bunny beanie, president of the Inter- ational Ice Hockey Federation, ays in ati interview with sports olumnist Ernie Miller ot Tlio ree Press that tho forthcoming anada-Hussia hockey series be "a bloody joke." Ahcarnc, telephoned at his home in Ascot, England, asked Miller: "How could they (Canada) ever hope to sell the Europeans on tho idea this team will play Russia is or ever could he a national team? "They're Canadian oil-stars, but they're not a national team never will be, ellher. How can it be a national team when the CAHA (Canadian Amateur Hockey Association) doesn't run it? "Who controls it now? Hockey Canada? The CAHA? The NHL? Tlie government? "It can never be called Can- Tie Lakers for league lead, Jimmies bounce Giants CALGARY (CP) Calgary immies extended a winning treak to five games Thursday y dropping Calgary Giants 04 in the Alberta Major Base- iall League. For the second consecutive jaine, Jimmies, who led 10 0, ost their shutout in the ninth ..ning when the Giants got four uns on a bases loaded triple f Lylo Motfat. The Jimmies confined their scoring to three innings and nailed losing left hander Gord Vejprava with seven runs, They scored three more against reliever Dave Bruce in the fifth ifter Bruce replaced Vejprava, Eight hander Don Davis started for the Jimmies and Ditched five scoreless innings :or the win. He also hit twice and scored two runs. Pete Sheppard worked two innings. Wayne Thompson completed Ihe game and was tagged for the four runs. The win for the Jimmies moved them into a first-place lie with the Lethbridge Lakers ach1 with five wins and no losses. Lakers travel to Edmonton this weekend for two games with the Tigers. Meanwhile Red Deer Elks and Edmonton Tigers were tlet 8-8 when their game was callet after eight innings because of darkness Thursday night. The Elks scored four runs In the bottom of the seventh to go ahead 6-5, but Edmonton rallies for three runs In the top of the eighth. Bill Chahley relieved Max Schneider in the seventh ant pitched tho Tigers out of a Rutkei'ford inks two-year pact PITTSBURGH (AP) Pitts burgh Penguins of the Nation a Hockey League have signec goalie Jim Rutherford to a two- year contract with a "well de- served, substantial gen eral manager Jack Riley Thursday. ases loaded situation In the ottom of the eighth before tha a me was called. Wayne McKee hit a two rmi omer for the Elks in the eventh and Edmonton's Rich y Iiit a homer in the first vilh no one on base. JIMMIES 19, GIANTS Giants .......000000 4 10 3 Jimmies 001 SW 1! 1 Vejprava Bruce [51. Randle (5) and McCauley, Jarvts (7> Davis Sheppard Thompson CS) and Johnston. TIGERS t, ELKS 8 1MMO 10 3 Wtt 8 9 B Schneider, Chahley (7> and Fran- chukj Ballou, LuXa (8) and Van Ornum. HRs: rd, Holly E. CFL to adopt uniform rules REGINA (CP) The Eastern and Western conferences of the Canadian Football League have adopted a uniform system of sudden-death playoffs, league officials announced Under the new system, the team finishing third plays tha second-place finisher in a sin- gle, sudden-dealh game. The winner plays the No. 1 team In the regular season in one sud- den-death final.. The winner rep- resents his conference in tha Grey Cup. The system will be In effect in the West this fall, but television commitments prevent the East, ern Conference from changing until next year, said CFL com- missioner Jake Gaudaur. Since 1965, the Western Con- ference has been using a sud- den-death semi-final game be- tween the second and third- place finishers, with the winner playing the first-place team in a best-of-three final. Before 1965, tho two se mi-fin alists played a total points semi-final. In the East, the second and third-place finishers meet in o sudden-death semi-final, the winner playing the first-place team in a two-game total-point's final. Gaudaur said he considered the uniform playoff system to be one of the biggest accom plishments since the formation of one league in Playoff format remains strictly a conference decision. Gaudaur praised members of the two conferences for putting .side some ot their own prefer- mces to adopt the uniform play- ilfs. Rogers Lewhew of Calgary, me of the Western officials who worked out the uniform system aid that the sudden-death sys- em could allow longer seasons ir an earlier Grey Cup, al- hough the Grey Cup date al eady has been set for the nexl wo years. "We are now playing 16 James In 14 weeks in our regu ar Lehew said. "In wo years we might be able to ;o to 16 games in 15 weeks to move the Grey Cup game aheac a week." The uniform playoff system also will likely result in in creased ticket prices for the sin lie games. Trainers must be aware of their limitations EDMONTON (CP) A Uni- versity of Alberta physiothera- pist says sports therapists and trainers must know their limit- ations and not get drawn into Ihe position of playing doctor. David C. Reid, assistant clin- ical professor at the Univer- sity's school oi rehabilitation medicine, made the comment in a speech prepared for deliv- ery today at the Canadian Physiotherapy Association's an- nual convention in London, Ont. Mr. Reid is chairman of the association's national commit- tee on sports medcirie. Mr. Reid cited an "extreme but nevertheless true, exam- ple" of a trainer who has the key to the medicine chest but is not adequately supervised. "The player arrives in the morning feeling a little blah maybe he has a cold coming so the trainer gives Mm one penicillin tablet. "This can have absolutely no effect whatsoever if you'd real- ize such an infection may take SPECIAL DODGE OFFER! ON SPECIALLY EQUIPPED CARS 1972 DART CUSTOM 4 DOOR SEDAN SPECIALLY EQUIPPED Save 233.90 FREE AUTO. TRANS. 1972 MONACO 9 PASSENGER STATION WAGON SPECIAUY EQUIPPED Save 232.80 AIR CONDITIONER Vi PRICE 1972 MONACO 2 DOOR HARDTOP SPECIAltr EQUIPPED Save 232.80 AIR CONDITIONER AT PRICE 1972 MONACO 4 DOOR HARDTOP SPECIAltY EQUIPPED Save AIR CONDITIONER AT 'A PRICE 1972 POLARA 4 DOOR HARDTOP SPECIAUY EQUIPPED Save 113.65 FREE RADIO AND REAR SPEAKER 1972 DODGE PICKUPS SPECIAUY EQUIPPED Save 286.45 FREE AUTO. TRANS. "Your Headquarters for Qualify Engineering" KING CHRYSLER DODGE 3rd Ave. and IT Sf. South, Lethbridge Phone 328-9271 CHRYSLER units of benzyl penicillin daily. "Anyway the guy Is rot actly feeling fu'l ot pep and so Ihe trainer gives him sotie 'bennies' (amphetamine) to gel him 'up' for the game. "Halfway through the game the player gets his hand in jured. So he is given some 292's to relieve the pain. "After the game, the player says he will not be able to sleep because he is still hyper from the 'bennies." So he is given some valium (a tranquillizer to help him relax and get to sleep. "To make it worse he wil probably imbibe a little alcoho to celebrate his victory. "Just imagine the 'pharma- cological hot pot' that this play- er has boiling inside of him, "That sort of situation should not develop Fortunately it is rare." Golf league play results LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net John Bodnaruk CHEC 33, Tony Jarvie, Imper ial Life 33, Herb Williams Owen 33 Fred Umeris, Jubilee 33. Low gross Lloyd Kanewls cher, Jubilee Homes 37. Low team net J u b i 1 e Homes 141; Kanewischer, To klo Hori, Umeris, Roger Cor dukes. STANDINGS CHEC....................... Flemings..................... House of Lelh................. J Fraches Sugar Deeferi............... Gentleman III................ J Lelh. Herald Building................. Parsons Owen....................... A and W.................. Dcrlgslli..................... Jubilee Homes.............. Imperial Life Walkers..................... Singers..................... LAKESIDE WOMEN'S Low net Rose McNabb, See- mans 34 Low gross Marg Metcalfi Maxlnes 49 Low team net Value Villag 117; Aileen Metcalfe, Fred Walton, Thelma Coutts, Rita Beaton. STANDINGS p Soemans Jewellery............. Apparel................ Value Villane Mayfalr Vogue................. Mildred skrove Maxines..................... COUNTRY CLUB Low gross Bob Hawn, Pa sons 38 Low net Clayton Came1 Parsons 28 Low team net Parsons 143 Hawn, Bob Parsons, Carne Catorinus Van Wyk. Tclfeslrups................. Ealons Packers DcrigaW Lilydale CHEC a as far as the hitcrnationaK deration Is concerned. I don't ow why Canada doesn't mind OWJ1 business anyway and ave the Europeans alone. "There's no real hockey In anada beyond Junior A." Ahearne's tirade in his Inter- ew with Miller followed an rlior discussion in wliich the Utmnist informed the IIHF esident of efforts being made Canada to have the federa- on's summer congress amend ylaws that would allow open repetition at future World ockey tournaments. "All they've ever done in Can- Ahearne said, "is try to t my throat but there's >een no blood shed." Ahearne said the intent of the mendment was "not asking for n open competition at all." "They're simply asking that a e c t i o n of the bylaws be mnged to say that any player olding a passport of Ihe coun- ry he's representing be eligible play in Pool Ahcarne told filler. "The passport is tho nly thing that counts "Hell, in Switzerland, Italy and many other countries in Eu- ope a citizen can have two assports." AYS COLORS ISSUE Gordon Juckes, CAHA execu- ve-director, told Miller in a elephone interview from Ot- awa that Ahearne was trying to olor the the issue. Juckes said the section the AHA wants amended says that the amateur who possesses the ationality of said country vidence of such nationality elng an official passport of that country. "All we're doing Is deleting le word amateur which, ii ther words, would make this in open Juckes said. CAHA president Joe Kryczka aid in a telephone interview with Miller from his home Li Calgary that the time to changi he bylaws was ideal. "If we ever had a chance o jetting this thing through it's his Miller quotes Kry czka as saying. "We're encouraged by thi dnrl of feedback we've beei jetting from some of the Euro >ean Kryczka saic 'It's been most favorable, bu you never know how they'r ;oing to vole." The IIHF will meet June 3 1 he Black Sea resort of Mamai. n Romania. WOULD OPEN DOOR Approval of the resolulio would allow Canada to return I he world tournament after hree-year absence. Rejectio iy the CO voting delegates wou! eave Canada out of the compe- jtion for another three years. The IIHF congress meets onl once every three years to cons' der changes in bylaws and stal utes. Gordon Juckes, !n a telephon nterview from Ottawa wit Miller, said several Europea delegates "did some lobbyln tor us at the last championship in Prague." "The reports have been goo so far, but I'm always a lilt leary to expect their suppor when it comes time to a vote, Juckes told Miller. "If oE tl statements of sympathy towar the Canadian position turn ou as votes, I'd be very optimist toward our chances." The Canadian delegation which will include Juckes, Krj czka, Charles Hay, Hockey Cai ada president, and Fred Page r Vancouver, North Americ IIHF president, likely will e counter little sympathy and les, support from IIHF presidei Bunny Ahearne, Miller writes. Clip and Save 50c From Salt lako City, Ulah THRILL A MINUTE Death DeFying T-Bone Crash Thrills on Wheels with OLIE ANDERSON'S DAREDEVILS Tues.-Wed., June 6th-7th leth. Exhibition Grounds Tickets at gate 8 p.m. Adults S3.50; Elu-'enlj 6-12 11.00; Under 6 Swills Gentlemen III Parsons Leihbrrifge Office Furn. LATE ROUND WIN HALIFAX (CP) Canadia middleweight boxing ehampii Dave Downey of Halifax won 10-round non-titie match Thur day night when the refer stopped his bout with Thurm; Holiday of District Heighl Md., because the United Slat fighter was bleeding profuse from a cut over his right eye. MOUNTAIN MEADOWS A FAMILY CAMPGROUND Opening June 11 to Sept. 4 1 Soulh el Beoier, Alborla Rondi to fha campground will bo marked wild Y tignl. HIKING FISHING RIDING NATURE TRAILS SWIMMING CLIMBING Capacity for 20 units or approximately 80 persons per day Campground fee: per day hook-up and tpace Meals and programs are alto available on the site CAMPGROUND IS FULLY SERVICED JUNE 11 -SPECIAL OPENING For information contact the Lethbridge Family Y 9 Strec, South or phone 328-7771, LelhbrJdga Minor baseball Norcrest Liltle league ac-18-3 win over the Indians behind Marshall DeArmom! and vayne Osbcrg combined for one-hitter and gave tho olves a 164 win over the Bea- rs Thursday night. Kevin Cameron suffered the ss giving up 15 hits. Armond aided his own uso with two triples and a igle while Scott Young chip- in with a home run and a uble. )sberg also added a triple, a uble and a single. In another contest, Ken Burla nned 12 hatters en route to a 9-13 victory over the Giants. Mark Szucs took the loss giv- g up 12 liits to the Cubs. Theo DeGroot led the Cubs ilh a grand slam home run ong with two singles while en Stilson managed a double nd a pair of singles in a losing aiisc The Braves came up with an asy 18-5 decision over the xpo's. David Zarooben bested Rod- ey Kirk on the mound. Tim Troman paced the win- ers with four singles while lark Bosch poked out four ngles for the losers. Greg Pender fired a three- Etter and gave the Pirates a 3 win over the Cardinals. Dave Layton had to settle ilh the loss. Pat Keenan hammered ome run and a triple for the irates wlu'le Mark Tokariuk troked a triple and two singles At Lakeside, the Yankees de- eated the Orioles 9-8. Jeff Krokosh won over Brea aing on the mound. Dave Creighton nailed a dou fe and a single for the winners 'Mle Lang managed three sin les in a losing battle. The Twins came up with an iim Kirkpalrick's four-lu'lter. Jeff Johnson suffered the loss, In senior Liitte League play, he Pirates edged the Lions J-7. Dan Riedlhubcr earned nound win over Brian .ius. Greg Kveder and BJedthUber ed the Pirates with a and two singles each. Generals triumph Tn tlic only league game scheduled in the City Commer- cial Metis' Fastball League last night, the M and K Generals ricked, up their second straight victory edging Lethbridge Elotel Juniors 7-5. Tom Yip earned the mound verdict but needed relief help from Kaye Elliot. Yip went six innings and gave up only three liits while losing pitcher Ron Zasadny al- lowed 12 safeties, Elliot was the hero of the game as he opened the top o! the seventh inning, with his club trailing 6-5 and smacked home run for the equalizer. Lloyd Yamagishi chipped in with a double and a single while Al lliga added a pair of singles. Rod Mortice and Erroll Smith aided the cause with a trlpta each. Jim Tratch managed a in a losing cause. Meanwhile in the exhibition encounter, winning pitcher George Santoni and Daryl" Lea- vitt combined for 16 strike- outs to give Miners' Library i 7-1 win over the Labor CTub. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE w .ethbrldgt S ial! Giants ..I 2 :drn. Tigers 5 Red Deer..... 0 Edm. Willom 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST ills burgh Chicago Montreal 'hlfadelpnia 5t. Louis Pet. GBL l.OM LOW AMERICAN LEAGUe Per. GBL 30 10 .732 24 15 .615 5 21 18 .538 8 18 32 .450 HVf IS J5 .390 14 26 .341 14L> WEST Los Angeles 7S ,619 Cincinnati 24 13 .571 Va Houston 24 IB -S71 ta Atlanta 13 3? .450 7 Diego...... 16 26 .381 1 Francfsco 15 31 .374 13 TODAY'S GAMES ill (3-1) at Phlla- delphfa Fryms-n (7-3) N Houston Griffin U-l) Montreal Torrei (4-2) N Aihr.'a Niekro (6-4) al New York entry M Chicago HooFon (4-4) fit San Diego Kirby (3-5) St. Louis Cleveland (4-3) at An geles John (3-3) N PiMsbwgh Johnson (0-2) San crsco Marlcfial (1-8) or N THURSDAYS RESULTS St. Loufc 000 000 I 3 Chicago .....410 00: Wise Santorinl (1> Palmer (4) lonlnrjer (4) Hudson. (B) and Sim mons; Hands (4-1) and Martin. MR Crncinnati .000 K4 103-1011 0 omron .....Ill 000 3 7 7 MtGlathlln, Sprague (1-0) (5> Bor- ben (i) and Bench; Reuss Grif- Gibbon (7) Ray (7) and How- ard. HRs: Cln-McRae (IJ Bench (10) Pere: Rader (7] Philadelphia WO 100 1 New York 000 01 Selma (1-S) Lersch t3) Short (5) Hoerner ContgHaro (7) La< houd (2) Felske MINOR SOCCER L T F A Pit 0 2? 4 ]J 2 0 18 12 8 10 11 4 Royals Black Hawks Rangers 7 0 3 They're here! Seiberling STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever sold! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPUTE TIRE SALES t, SERVICE 402 Avt. South Phorm or 327-4445 LETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;