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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THI L6THBRIDGB HERALD Tuviday, 3, 1973 World Association still paying big money Mike Walton signs on dotted line By THE CANADIAN PRESS Minnesota Fighting Saints of the World Hockey Association showed httle indication they are steeped in financial problems Monday when they signed centre-winger Mike Walton away from Boston Bruins. And there are unsubstantiated reports from Montreal that the WHA's Los Angeles Sharks will sign winger Marc Tardif of the Stanley Cup champion Cana- diens to a three-year pact call- ing for The Gazette said the Sharks have called a news conference for 10 a m. MDT for the pur- pose of announcing the signing. Los Angeles general manager Dennis Murphy confirmed the news conference but refused to disclose its purpose. And Gordie Howe, the tional Hockey League's most prolific scorer and holder of al- most every scoring record in the league during a 25-year ca- reer with Detroit Red Wings, is in Houston today for discussions with the WHA Aeros. Howe's two sons, Marty, 19, and Mark, 18, were drafted by the Aeros in the recent WHA draft and in subsequent negotia- tions with Houston team offi- cials the elder Howe, now 45, said he would consider coming Montana fishing licence required by Canadians By JOE BALLA Herald Outdoors Writer Canadians must have a state licence to fish on an Indian reservation in Montana. A statement that such a li- cence is not required, given to The Herald 10 days ago by someone from the Blackfoot reservation in Montana, was wrong. Many southern Al- bertans, acting on the news story, found out the hard way that the information was in error. Complaints reached the state 'capital in Helena quickly, and week a letter went out from Don Wright special ser- vices co ordinator from the state department of fish and game to the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Mr. Wright said a state licence is needed every- where in the state except in Glacier National Park. There are several court decisions to back up this contention, Mr. Wright told The Herald today. The Blackfoot reservation has its own licence require- ments in addition to those of the state. The state licence, obtainable in any town, costs for the season, ?5 for six days, or for one day. Duck Lake, on the Blackfoot reservation a few miles south- east of the Carway port of entry, is one of the more popu- lar fishing resorts for southern Albertans. out of retirement to play along- side his sons. The WHA Saints were re- ported during the weekend con- sidering a move to Detroit. Bu Grothe, chairman of Mm nesota's board of directors, de- nied any such move was afoot. Larks wallop Bantam 40-12 The Lethbridge Larks scored an impressive 40-12 victory over the Bantams in Lethbridge Wo- men's Softball League action staged at the Dave Elton Park Monday night. Mabel Harrold earned! the mound verdict besting Cathy McCune. Meanwhile the Lethbridge Ju- nior Optimists walked away with a pair of victories in exhi- bition play in Medicine Hat over the ;yeekend. The local gals scored a SH decision over the Medicine Ha( Assinaboia Hotel in their first match and then came back to edge Park Lane Motor Hotel 6-5 in the second Debby Borzel earned the mound win in the first tilt being helped by Sue Gash's three singles and Fay Mills' two sing- les Sherry Jardin was the win- ning pitcher in the final encoun- ter while Edna Deering suffer- ed the loss for Park Lane. The junior gals are currently playing exhibition games to tune up for the Canada Summer Games playoffs which will be staged later this month The Alberta winners will rep- resent the province in the Sum- Race results Monday EDMONTON CCP1 Race results fct Northlands Park Monday FIRST claiming, 2 year olds, 5 fur- tongs Pell RebeMe (Rycroft) 2650 970 7.30, West Ty (D Wiseman) 1200 630, Essentially So (Gold) 10 30. Time: 1.02 4-5 Maple Boy, Lehi Speed, Touch Of Frost, Mlstic Shadow, Fading Cry also ran. SECOND allowance, 3 year olds, 7 furlongs, Keen Arrow (Parsons) 310 250, Brown Flight (Rycrof'i 3730 810, No- body's Child (D Wisen-an) 3 M Time 1 28 If Chance Ruby Petite, Narra- been, King Of The Alps, Suntime Girl also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, A year olds and up, T furlonqs. Skipper Tan (Hedge) 940 3 nt OaHand Hamilton (0-1) Detroit Perry (6-3) at California Hand (3-3) MONDAY'S RESULTS Kansas City 001 010 J I 1 Bostoa 004 003 Garber (5-2) Dal Canton Simp- son Angellnl (8) and Klrkpatrlckj Curtis Newhauser (7) and Flsk. HR (10) Milwaukee ooo 001 t t A Oakland 001 000 050 Colborn (4-2) Rodriguez; Holti- man Fingers (81 and Fosse, Hosley HR: Mil-Coluccio LEAGUE LEADERS Blomberg, NY Kirkpatrick, KC. Kelly, Chi Allen, CM Campanens, Oak Henderson, CM Haft, NY Carew, Mm Braun, Min Holt, Mm AB B H Pet. 14 40 .376 162 29 54 .333 133 24 43 .321 165 30 S3 .321 169 24 S3 .314 135 21 42 .311 116 13 36 .310 174 28 54 .310 140 25 43 .307 124 13 38 306 Home runs Mayberry, Kansas City, D Allen, Chicago, (12) Runs batted m Mayberry MeltSn, Chicago, Pitching six decisions Singer, California, Coleman, De- troit, Holtzman, Oak- land, ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE Lethbridge Lakers Calgary Jimmies Red Deer Gen Edmonton Tigers Calgary Giants Edm. Blockers W L Pet. 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