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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Jun. UTHMIDOI HMAID f Senior champ Erma Bikman of the host Henderson Lake Golf Club, emerged victorious in the senior women's golf tournament staged Tuesday. Mrs. Bikman finished with a 93 to best 33 other golfers in the one-day event for women 50 years of age and over. Short sport WANTS MAJOR LEAGUE PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) Karl EUer, a major stockhold- er in the Western Hockey Lea- gue's Phoenix Roadrunners, said Tuesday the city will have major league hockey for the 1974-75 season. "We want to bring major league hockey to Phoenix by next EUer said. "If we can't bring the National Hockey League to Phoenix, then it will be the World Hockey Association." bodies were found Tuesday by a search party. Athens County Sheriff Paul Brown said Algeo and the boy apparently had been fishing and pulled their boat in to get out of the rain. KILLED BY FLASH ATHENS, Ohio (A) Jack Mgeo, 38, a former profession- al golfer, and his son Mike, 12, were killed at nearby Lake Snowden Monday night when lightning struck a tree under which they had sought shelter from a thunderstorm.. Their ANTHEMS OUT? MEXICO CITY (AP) Lord Killanan, president of the Inter- national Olympic Committee IOC said Tuesday he was against "chauvinism" in the Games and suggested that flags and national anthems be elim- inated from the competition. Killanin, who is on an unoffi- cial visit to Mexico, said that "of course there will be an- thems and flags" in the 1976 Montreal Olympics, but said the IOC will discuss then- use in future Games. Minor baseball Allan Gepneris Rested Brent Maxwell in a pitcher's duel and gave the Angels a slim 3-1 vic- tory over the Indians in Lake- side Little League action Tuesday night. Gepneris picked up the win firing a two-hitter while Max- well allowed only three hits in the loss. Steve Keiver paced the win- ners with a double. la another contest, the White Sox and Orioles battled to a 9-9 after extra innings. Barry Kimmitt chucked for the White Sox while Brent Lang saw duty for the Orioles. Gary Greenway led the Sox with a grand slam and Kimmitt aided his own cause with three singles. Mike Lenour poked out a double and a pair of singles and Kevin Wiber added a dou- ble for the Irioles. At Norcrest, the Pirates edged the Dodgers 7-6 in a Little League encounter. Gordon Melynek earned the win over Ken Ohno. Rodney Tomita stroked a double and a pair of singles while Melynek aided his own cause with a double and a sin- gle. Ken Heggen tagged two sin- gles and Blair Nyrose a dou- ble for the losers. Jamie Coghlin fired a no-hit- ter and led the Astros to a 10-0 shutout over the Cardinals. Coghlin rifled the third strike past 18 hitters in the win while Frank Kogler suffered the loss. The youngster also led the winners at the plate with a triple and a double. Gordon Tokariuk allowed only four hits and stroked three singles in giving the Padres a slim 6-5 decision over the Pir- ates. Danny Riedlhuber was nailed with the loss, but managed a home run and a single at the plate. LETHBRID6E MINOR BASEBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS AS OF MAY 31 LAKESIDE Senior Little League: W L Pts Athletics 6 1 12 Tigers 4 5 Twins 326 Yankees 254 Little League Twins 71 14 Indians 6 1 12 Anaels 1 12 White Sox.............. 5 2 10 Yankees.............. 438 Tigers................ 3 5 6 Orioles................ 346 Canucks............... 253 Red Sox............... 1 5 1 Royals 070 Farm League Jets 7 0 14 Rockets............... S Expos................. 5 Astros 3 Larks................ 3 Blueiays............... 3 Raiders 3 Cardinals Eagles............ Hawks NORCREST Senior Little League W 6 3 Dodgers............ Padres Braves 3 Pirates 3 Expos I League Braves................ 7 Astros Dodgers s Pirates 5 Cardinals.............. 4 Cubs 3 Expos Giants............... 1 L Pts 2 12 Buy him a shirt for Father's Day during our TRADE-IN SALE Here's how it works: Bring in an old short sleeved shirt of Dad's and we will allow you trade in on a new one or trade in on a long sleeved shirt. This applies to our fu'l selection of dress, knit and sport shirts by the leading Canadian makers. P.S. trade-in on ties We'll donate the shirts and ties you bring in to the Salvation Army Don't Forget! ACCESSORIES FOR DAD Golf attire shoes slacks, T-shirts, caps, belts and hosiery the clothes he needs for the life he leads LEO SINGER'S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 214 5th Street S. Phone 327-3958 Howe's this? Gordie Howe, left, the former National Hockey League great, today looks over the new look for his sons, Marty centre and Mark after they Father Gordie still negotiating signed with Houston Aeros of the World Hockey Association. The Aeros art also trying to put Gordie under a contract so it can become a family affair. No surprise, Howe brothers sign By THE CANADIAN PRESS Pro hockey signings were the order Tuesday and while the World Hockey Association got the most ink with the Howe boys, ihe rival National Hockey League was more active. As expected, the teen-age Howes came to terms with the WHA Houston Aeros, signing four-year pacts for an undeter- mined amount. Mark, 18, was the Aeros'No. 1 choice in the recent WHA draft while Marty, 19, was an eight-round draft pick. Both boys, sons of Gordie Howe, played junior hockey last year Frederick slams two home runs Ray Frederick blasted two home runs and led Advance Lumber-Jacks to a 16-7 win over College Mercury Cougars in City Men's Slow Pitch League action Tuesday night. Frederick stroked a grand- slam along with a three-run homer to lead his teammates to the win. Eric Matis and Gary Carroll also belted solo home runs for the Lumber-Jacks. Jerry Pozgaj earned the mound win while Bob Acker suffered the loss. In another contest, Haico Wickes Warriors edged Leth- bridge Gas Company Flames 13-11. George Androkovich picked up the win while George Schaalje took the loss. Mel Kreil managed a home run for the winners. In a Lethbridge Women's Softball League tilt Monday night, Park Plaza belted Great West Tires Majesties 13-3. Kathy Miller bested Gloria Lazanik on the mound. Ev Hughes and Jean Eraser both tagged doubles for the winners. Clubs split Bassett wants Three games were played in the Lethbridge Minor Soccer League, two in'the junir div- ision and another in the senior ranks. The senior division game saw the homestanding Lethbridge Black Hawks edge Taber Unit- ed 3-2 as Barry Schmitt scored twice for the winners. Derek Redmond added a single. Jim Kennedy replied with both Ta- ber goals. Darryl Langridge and Danny Mills matched goals as the and Taber Vultures battled to a 1-1 stalemate. Lan- gridge scored for the Rangers while Mills accounted for the Taber marker. Reno Muccianone scored in a losing cause as Che Cougars were thumped 5-1 by Taber Roadrunners. Goal scorers for tfae Roadrunners were not available. with Toronto Marlboros, Cana- dian junior champions. The elder Howe remained in the background through most of the signing ceremonies at Hous- :on but admitted he is still negotiating with the "WHA club for a possible playing contract. Gordie has been in retirement since September, 1971, and has since held an executive job with Detroit Red Wings, his employ- ers for 26 years as a in the NHL when ha set most of the league scoring records. NHL GRABS JUNIORS And "while the Howe family was busy in Texas, the rival league was busy signing up many of its prized rookies taken in the NHL's junior draft in mid-May. Philadelphia Flyers were the most active, announcing the signings of their top six selec- tions, led by No. 1 Larry Goodenough, a defenceman wffii London Knights of the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A Series. Also under contract to the Flyers in the marathon signing spree were four wingers from the Western Canada Hockey Leavins, Swift Current Broncos; Bob Stumpf, New Westminster Royals; Mike Clarke, Calgary Centennials and Dale Cook, Victoria Cou- defenceman Michel Latreille of Montreal Red White and Blue of the Quebec junior circuit. St. Louis Blues also signed their first choice in the junior draft, goalie John Davidson of the Centennials, to a multi-year contract. Two Swedish players In- dicated Tuesday they are ready to sign with Toronto Maple Leafs. Forward Inge Ham- marstrom, 25, and Boerje Sal- ming, a 21-year-old defenceman named to the all-star team after last year's world championships at Moscow, said they have re- ceived offers for two-year con- tracts. "We have thought about the offers the last two said Hammarstrom. "We are now prepared to say yes." The two major signings, how ever, belonged to the WHA. In addition to the Howes go- ing to Houston, left winger Marc Tardif jumped Montreal Canadiens to sign a lucrative three-year pact with Los Ange- les Sharks. Although no financial terms of the contract were revealed, reports pinned the amount for the 23-year-old Tar- dif who, during the latter part of the season, was said to be unhappy with the Stanley Cup champion Canadiens. 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