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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IE7HBRIDCE HERALD Soturdoy, June 9, 1973 Principle of such a program not feasible-Pugh National university hockey league out ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) The concept of a national league for university hockey teams has been rejected by the Canadian Intercollegiate Ath- letic Union Bob Pugh, the union's executive director, said Friday. Pugh said the CIAU's annual meeting decided the principle of a national league was not fea- sible. The three-day meeting which ended Friday also passed a res- olution to limit the number of non-Canadians on college bas- ketball teams to three starting with the 1974-75 season. There is no limit now. In other business, the CIAU set up a committee to study fi- nancial assistance to university i athletes college scholarships, in other words. Pugh said a national hockey league was unlikely in the fore- seeable future, but it was pos- sible that inter-regional leagues might be formed. The five regional meetings held earlier this year had al- ready rejected the national league idea. The decision was made formal in the resolutions passed at the annual meeting. Pugh said most of the dele- gates from the CIAU's 49 mem- ber institutions agreed that a national league would discour- age wea'ker teams. "If we take the top teams, there's no assurance the other teams will find it viable to maintain a hockey program." SPORT Race results Golf bobsled? Tom one cf golf's leading money winners, sits on his golf bag beside the c.-een Friday while his caddy, Leroy Schuliz, sits behind him. Weiskopf has to make his bid today if he is to overtake young Jim Barber in the Philadelphia Golf Classic. Barber is 12-under thus far while Weiskopf is six strokes back._____________________ Sport of all sorts EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Friday: FIRST claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- JIEDS SIGN STYLES CINCINNATI, OhJo CAP) Cincinnati Reds announced Fri- day the signing of their No. 5 pick in the baseball free agent draft, catcher Marlon Styles. He is an 18-year-old from Cin- cinnati. SEEKS NFL TEAM DETROIT (AP; Former Detroit Lions coach Joe Schmidt says he is organizing s syndicate of businessmen to bid for an expansion franchise ui the National Football League the Rockets until his family "I have a group of people and! sold the franchise to_ a San I'm going to pursue m-mm o.iHir-r thi Schmidt said Friday. "In my opinion, Tampa, Fla., would be one of the finest sites." Diego group earlier this year. TAKES HIS OWN LIFE DENVER (APV-Gary Rings- by. a former official of Denver Rockets of the American Bas- ketball Association, fatally shot himself Thursday. Police said Friday Ringsby, 36, served as UNITAS SIGNS SAN DIEGO (AP) Quarter- j back Johnny Unitas, whose 40th birthday was a month ago, signed a two-year contract Fri- day to play for San Diego Chargers of the National Foot- ball League after 16 years with Ballimore Colts. "I'm delighted to say we have vice-president and secretary of I sjgned the greatest quarterback C. 0. (CHARLEY) MURRAY AUCTION SALE 7h miles wesl from St. Michael's Separate School in the S.W. corner of PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA TUESDAY, JUNE 12th -10 a.m. LUNCH -L.D.S. CHURCH RELIEF SOCIETY TRUCKS 1968 Fargo heavy-duty two-ton with box, racks, hoist, 318 V8 motor, five-speed transmission and axis and only miles. 1954 Willies Jeep, half-ton with PTO winch. TRACTORS 1972 1365 Cockshutt, four-wheel drive with three-point hitch, front end loader and only 850 hours. 1967 1100 MF cab, dual hydraulics, dual wheels, low hours. HAY AND HARVEST EQUIPMENT NH 905 12 ft. SP swather with hay conditioner and pickup reel; NH 277 PTO baler with hydraulic bale ten- sion; NH 1032 stack liner with automatic tie and load bell (used two Gleaner model A combine with Melroe pick- Oliver five-bar side-delivery rake. Case combination bale and grain elevator. FARM EQUIPMENT 14 ft. Levermatic cultivator; AC 15 ft. heavy-duty tandem disc model KT with dual wheel transport; 12 ft. hoe drill with Dirschman fert. attachment; Five sections of dia- mond harrows, two sections of flexible harrows. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT Model BG bale buster with concentrate hopper, 20 ft. auger; Ezee On high-lift front end loader with bucket and grapple fork. 9 ft. front end Allied tractor blade; MP model 160 manure spreader; Minkota rock picker; 12 ft. JD fer- tilizer spreader; Versatile field sprayer with 30 ft. boom; Post end tractor AC post-hole digger; Three point hitch tumble bug; Two rubber-tired wagons; trailer with 10x16 flat deck; Single axle stock trader; WW extendable stock racks for pickup; OK cattle squeeze. SnoCo grain grain auger; one self feeder; Hog crate and hog feeders. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Miller 225 electric welder; electric bench grinder; bench vise; leg vise; Remington power saw; garden roto tiller; electric lawn mower, practically new; four horsepower Clin- ton gas engine; three hydraulic rams; 10x16 truck tarp; two 10x22 truck covers, two sets of tractor chains; set of 20 in. truck chains; miscellaneous shop tools; fencing tools; shovels; forks; grease guns; log chains; electric motors; three 100 Ib. propane bottles; two stock saddles; 500 gal. two-compartment fuel tank and stand; 200 gal. fuel tank, propane heated automatic stock waterer; stock tank and tank heater; beam scales; harness; double trees and neck yokes; vet supplies; dehorners; burdizzo; quantity of tele- phone and barb approx. 50 bus., fall rye in sacks; quantity of grass seed, quantity of icrap iron. MOTOR BIKE 160 cc Honda HORSES Two-yr. old bay and whits pinto more, and Iwo-yr. old half Shetland gelding. TRAVEL TRAILER Richardson 20 ft. Sportsman model with propane fridga and heater. HOUSEHOLD Kenmore neavy-duty SwiorriSfic Dasher und dryer, near- ly new; chesterfield and chair; sectional chesterfield, Leonard deluxe portable sewing machine; two double beds; two single beds; twelve place settings of Spring Wreath fine china been chime clock; floor polisher; two standing trilight lamps; two utility tables; baby buggy and play pen; electric radio, books; odd chairs; assorted dishes; fruit jars, crocks; gun wire cages. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: All equipment In this .ale Is tn ex- cellent condition. Most of it hat been purchased In the last five years, AUCTIONEIRS GER.ALD THOMPSON DAVE McNAB Lie. No. 010222 Lie. No. 010221 Phone 627-4278 Phone 234-2206 in football Eugene V. Klein, the Charger's owner, told a news conference. Mo salary Jcrms ncn? dis- closed. longs. Shoes For Jimmy 'Whittle' 8 60 3 !0 2.70; Cotton Tom (Parsons) 3.60 2.60, i Silver Falls (Kipling) 380. j Time: 1-5 Irish Society, Glory Day, Stromtree, Bucking Hope and Royal Attempt also ran. SECOND claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 -fur- longs. Prairie Hill (Wiseman' 4.00 3.40 3 20; Seattle's Ribbon (McCauley) 12.90 6.60; Lady Sheba (Stadnyk) 6.20 Time: Ben's Choice, Warship Eaqle, Shu swap Sam, Windy Sails end The Due Hope also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 3-year-old maidens, 7 furlongs. Circle Mack (Kipling) 3.40 3.70 250; Pleasant Mistress 14.80 5.90; Mary's Fancy (Baril) 4.00. Time: 2-5 Courteous, Tickle Your Fancy, Jui- gidaie, Joanme Pie and All BlacK also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 7 fur lonas. Dondolbar (Kiplingi 1300 6 00 390, Banker's Trip (Phcfan) 620 4 30; Mr. LC (Morris) 4.00. Time: Barnacle Bay, TO pnd Vic's Girl also ran. FIFTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. River Hawk (RasmusserO 5.20 3.70 3.10; Easter Haig (Morris) 8.10 6.60; In Again Finnegin Watson) 6.00. Time: 3-5 Nova Fols, Coal Dust, Rae Of Gold and The Seeker also ran. EXACTOR: S55 20 SIXTH SI ,700 claiming, 4-year-olds and up, I1 a miles. Sione (Kipling) 8.50 3.30 2.60; Let's Get Going (Whittle) 2.90 2.50; Monty B. (Wiseman) 2.90. Time- 2-5 With Speed, Prim D'Avril and Two PM also ran. SEVENTH 51 BOO claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlonas. Racerif'c 7.20 3.30 3.50, Future Session (Phelsn) 3.30 2.90; Merry Muffot ilnda) 3.50. Tirre: Major Reason, Pop's Lady, Guad's Sue, Coming Fury and Patapouf also ran. EIGHTH added, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs Vickie's Champ (Shields) 6.00 3.70 2 90; Trochu Joe (Whittle' 4.90 3.90; Duke Of Alba (Kipling) 6.40. T'ne- 3-5 Pit Son, Irish Knave, Eagle Star, Merging Fire also ran. NIKTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1's miles. Jcfl'co (Pasrnussen) 30.90 12.70 4.30; Wax wing (McCauley 330 2.69; Gem (Whittle) 2.60. Time- 1-5 Parkland Prince, Jabberowskv, Silk Buttons, Ripo'e Rajah, Hot Beef also ran. QUINELLA: The present system, under which teams play only against other teams from the same re- gion for a crack at the national championship, "c o n tributes more to the development of hockey than by isolating a laague." The move to limit the number of non-Canadians on basketball teams was partly in response to criticism from the public, he said. CANADIAN CONCERN He said the federal govern- ment, which provides financ- ing for the CIAU, thought that by allowing an unlimited num- ber of Americans on college teams the union might not be doing enough to develop Cana- dian players. However, Americans already registered with CIAU teams for the 1973-74 season would be al- lowed to complete their terms. The question of financing is to be studied by a committee "to classify and define accept- able and non-acceptable finan- cial assistance to student-ath- letes." Committee chairman is Doug Hargreaves of Dalhousie Uni- versity, Halifax. The CIAU also "conditionally accepted the principle of an eight-team basketball tourna- ment to declare a national champion." But if sponsorship for the event is not available the tour- nament will remain a four-team meet at the University of Wa- terloo for the next three years. ENDORSE K-W BID The CIAU also endorsed the Kitchener-Waterloo bid to play host to the 1975 World Student Games. In planning for the 1973-74 na- tional championships, Pugh said the site for hockey would de- pend on where the best vision coverage was likely. He said this was being in- vestigated. The hockey cham- pionship will take place March 16 or 17. Other championship sites and dates announced were: Basket- ball, University of Waterloo, March Cross country, Uni- versity of Saskatchewan, Saska- toon, Nov. 10; Gymnastics, York University, Toronto, March 2-3; Soccer, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Nov. 8-10; Volleyball, University of Alberta, Edmon- ton, Feb. 22-23; Wrestling, La- kehcad University, Thunder Bay, Ont, Feb. 22-23; Football, Toronto, Nov. 24; Swimming, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ont., Feb. 28 and March 1-2. Next year's meeting will be held in Montreal. FINED FOR MARIJUANA LUMBERTON, N.C. (AP) Kevin Joyce, a member of the U.S. Olympic basketball learn.! and a former South Carolina Gamecock team-mate, James Powell, have been fined for i possession of marijuana. Both j pleaded guilty in Superior Court Thursday. Joyce, 21, of Mer- rick, N.Y.. has been drafted by San Francisco Warriors of the National Basketball Association. Powell, 23, is from Columbia, S.C. MASON RETIRING WASHINGTON (AP) ning back Tommy Mason of Washington Redskins is retiring from pro football, coach George Allen announced Friday. Ma- son. 33, played 11 seasons on the Minnesota Vikings, Los Angeles Rams and Redskins. His career average was 4.0 yards per carry and he had a total of 203 yards rushing. EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE LETHBRIDGE STORE MONTHLY HEARING AID CLINIC Thursday, June 14th 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Featuring many new 1973 models of famous brand names, designed to give you the maximum in comfort and clarity: Eaton's Stereo Room Phone 327-8511 For Appointment MEMBER OF ALBERTA HEARING AID DEALERS' ASSOCIATION Dares only one place to get a new tail pipe or muffler and dots at: MINUTE MUFFLER INSTALLATION 3rd AVI. anrf 4th St. S. Open Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. GOVERNMENT OWNED SURPLUS EQUIPMENT FOR SALE BY OFFER TRUCKS AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT Sale No. 1000 73 Offers Win be received at the office of the Alberta Opportunity Company, 7650 Mount Lawn Road, Alberta, T5B 4J2, not later than p.m., June 26th, 1973. The following summary indicates the class and kind of items to be disposed of at the locations shown. Space does not permit complete listing here of all items offered, however, please note that complete details including reserve prices and Conditions of Sale and Purchase are contained in FORMS which are available at all locations listed, as well as any TREASURY BRANCH or the ALBERTA OPPOR- TUNITY COMPANY. DISPLAY PERIOD: All items open for inspection June llth, 1973, to June 26ih, 1973, inclusive, a.m. to p.m., Monday through Friday at locations indicated below. CALGARY: ALBERTA OPPORTUNITY COMPANY, 3639 MANCHESTER ROAD S.E, Phone 243-767O 4 Ton Pickups; 1 Panel; 1 4 x 4; 2 Ton Trucks; 1-1 Ton Flat Deck; 1 Asphalt Distributor; 1 Case Tractor 1 Gal- ion Grader; 3 Light Plants: Cement Block Machine pallets; 55 H.P. Boiler. EDSON: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD Letourneau LS Scraper 8-11 cu. yd. FORT CHIPEWYAN: ALBERTA NEWSTART SITE D6 Cat dozer; 3y2' ton Fargo Ford V2 ton Pickup FORT MACLEOD: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD 5 34 Ton Pickups; 2 Vz Ton Pickups; 2 3V2 Ton C C; D7 Cat dozer CCU; yard Insley Dragline; 20' Portable Conveyor; 3 Cabooses; 4 Trailers. GRANDE PRAIRIE: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD 2 Ton C C; 1 3A Ton Panel; 1 Ton 4 x 4; 1 Landrover; Champion Grader; Bucyrus Erie Dragline; 2 Flail Mowers; logging sleighs; post hole auger. GRIMSHAW: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD 3 Va Ton Pickups 3y2 box; 2 Ton box; Austin Western Grader; Massey Baler; Service Box. LAC LA BICHE: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD D7 Cat Control Dozer; TD15 Crawler dozer winch; TD20 Crawler; 2 Motor Graders; Ton 4x4; Chev Station Wagon. LETHBRIDGE: WATER RESOURCES DIVISION YARD Briscoe Sloper 21'; 14' Graham Cultivator; Noble Blade. LETHBRH5GE: LETHBRIDGE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION Press Drill 24 run: 12' Swather; 3 -10' Power Binders; Grain Thresher; 2 3 Bottom plows. MEDICINE HAT: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD Case Tractor Austin Western Elevating Grader; 5 Ton Tandem; Austin Western Grader. RED DEER: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD 2 Ton Pickups; 1 Ton Pickup; 1 Vz Ton Panel; 1 -1 Ton Tank. ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE; DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD VA1 Case Tractor The Public is invited to inspect this equipment and submit offers using the bid forms available. AH sales to be made in accordance with the "Conditions of Sale and Purchase" outlined in the bid forms. All ,orfers to be accompanied by a certified cheque or money order for 10% of the amount of the offer and submitted to Alberta Oppor- tunity Company, 7650 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4J2. For further information and copies of offer form contact any of the above locations or: ANY TREASURY BRANCH OR ALBERTA OPPORTUNITY COMPANY Edmonton Office: 7650 Mount Lawn Road Calgary Office: 3639 Manchester Road, S.E., Phone 474-1471 Phone 243-7670 ALBERTA OPPORTUNITY COMRUtf ;