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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Juiw THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Three Americans for Community College Kodiaks reach south for new recruits The Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks started off their program lor the 1972-73 basketball season Thursday. promptly acquired the services of four top-notch play- ers who have agreed to at- tend the local institution under -FOLLOWING THE RAINFALL of. the last week- end, the entire countryside especially the foothills region is a brilliant green. This includes Henderson Lake in the city. The decomposition of green, mucous slime gives off an odor like that of aging Gorganzola. The aroma from this permeation of the atmos- phere makes it a joy to go for a stroll around the water impoundment during a warm evening. And, the succulent guck is exactly what's re- quired to promote rapid growth in the protoplasm of the greenery in LeLhbridge's Centennial project. BRAAACK! SO, IT'S A FISHING you want to go this weekend. Here's the latest dope on the water reservoirs in the south country. Mami Lake is fair, to not so fair. Beauvais Lake west of. Pincher is the hottest spot in the region at present. Further west, Beaver Lake is good if you know what you are doing, and especially if you don't mind using worms, marshmallow flies or corn. Reesor Lake in Cypress Hills Provincial Park is good. Nearby Spruce Coulee is fair for brookies. Bathing Lake, Burmis Lake and Police Lake are all described as only fair. Cavan Lake east of. Medicine Hat is slow to poor, with the odd mammoth showing up. AS THE WATER WARMS in the irrigation im- poiinflm8n.ls, pike fishing is improving everywhere. While the Oldman River is still plenty high and roiled, goldeye are showing up in greater numbers than they have for a good many years. Worms, boy worms that's the answer. Best goldeye fishing is Taber and east. The clean-up of the Oldman River by the city of Lethbridge with secondary sewage is being held as largely responsible. THE LETHBRIDGE FISH AND GAME Associa- tion will hold its last general meeting of the .season Monday in the clubrooms on 9th Ave. and 10th St. S. Meeting time is 8 p.m. Joe Pisko says he will be spending the weekend whomping up the doughnuts. Next meeting will be Sept. 18. THE BRITISH COLUMBIA World Salmon Cham- pionship derby is set this year for Aug. 12 and 13. The big prize is The committee overseeing the derby comprises thousands and they use a fleet of boats to handle the massive event. Derby fishing grounds this year will include Saanich Inlet and Cowichan Bay on Van- couver Island and How Sound English Bay along the mainland near Vancouver. This is the first time that derby waters will in- clude designated portions along Vancouver Island. tuition scholarships. Only one Canadian boy is among the four players chosen by the LCC, while the remain- ing three choices are from south of the border. Bob Muntsion, who tolled with the St. Vital Institute in Winnipeg last season, has agreed to dress with the Kod- iaks this year. According to LCC's athletic director, Ben Brooks, Muntsion Three locals attend camp COURTENAY, B.C. rd and lllh St. 5. Phon> 321.927V probably one of Canada's ulsUmding guards in college askelboll today. T w o of tile U.S, prospecU ere members of Blue Moun- ain Community College Tim- envolves of Pendleton, Ore- on, while the third American .ayer saw duly with Concor- College of Portland Oregon ast season. Jon Andersen and Mike Rain- y suited with the Blue Moua- ain squad last year and arc xpecEed to crack the Kodiaks' line-up. Andersen, who is a 6' 4" orward, played with Richland, Washington in the Washington itate Basketball League early the season before joining Blue Mountain. He was the top scorer for Kichland and the third high corer for Blue Mountain, as veil as their number two re- bounder. Rainey, a 6' 1" forward, was he number two scorer and lumber one rebounder for Blue Mountain last season snd is ex- >ected to perform as well with he Kodiaks. In his high school playing days, Rainey was chosen as :he most valuable player in :he Western Indiana High School League. Dwight White, 6' 6" tallest of the three, hails originally from Las Vegas, Nevada. During his stint with Concor- dia, he was the league's top re- bounder, picking off 441 loose balls (fom the backboards. He was voted as the team's most outstanding player after having a terrific season. own, Angus Burr 'edlake, Winnipeg. and Bos FORMER CHAMPS Former heavyweight champion Muhammad All takes time out to chat with former champ, Joe Louis, during All's training session in Las Vegos, Thursday. All meets Jerry Quarry in Las Vegas, June 27. Also on the same card will be a bout between light heavyweight champion Bob Foster and Mike Qjarry, Jerry's younger brother. Wirepholo) Minor ball In Senior Little League ac- ion, the Comets whipped the .Ixpos 9-2 as Steve Devcic best- ed Greg Graham on the mound 'hursday night. Ron Moser paced the Comets' hitting attack with a home run, a double and a pair of singles. Lawrence Gradiner stroked hree singles in the win. Gary Mann managed two loubles and two singles for the Hxpo's. Theo DeGroot fired a five- hifter and gave the Cubs a 14-6 win over the Astros in Norcrest jitUe League play. Barry Cogh- lin suffered the loss. Ken Burla and Andy Prokop )unched out a double and two jingles each while Emilo Man- .ello added three singles. Greg Fon belted a double in a losing cause. At Lakeside, the Twins belt- ed the Yankees 18-11 with Jack Byam winning over Binning on the mound. The Braves and Dodgers chalked up Norcrest Little League wins Thursday. The Braves, with Grant Weins the winner, stopped Ron aid Trone and the Pirates 10-8. In the second game the Dodgers slapped the Expos 13- 5 with the win going to Doug Vogt over Clark Bosch. Bruce Anderson belted a double and single for the win- ners with the help of three sin- gles coming from Reno Calta- pan. Golf league play results LAKESIDE Low net Ludvik Pahulje Jr., Pahuljes 31. Low gross Pahulje, Jr., Pahuljes, Bernie Carrier, Gentlemen III tied at 36. Low team net Garry Jones, Herb Christie, Dick Hempel, Dean Bennett 13S. pit CHEC........................ 83 Flemings 7a Red Deer dumps Angels Jimmies rolling along Sugar Beelers Gentlemen III Parsons The Herald House of Lelhbridge lubllee Homes 'ahulje ialeway .............63 lOUNTRY CLUB Low gross Barry Kimery, Lcthbridge Office Furniture; 37 Low net Bill Woolf, Batons and Bob McGregor, Beny's; :ied 32 Low team net Art Dorl- gatti, Hoy Brown, Cecil Holmes and Logan Tail; Dorigatti 139 DorlgatN's .....................5? i.akevrew Texaco ...............53 Tollestrup 53 Packers 50 CHEC 50 Eatons swim Lllydale Beny's Leftibrldge Office Furniture 4S Peace River gets the nod o EDMONTON (CP) Canadian Beaver Baseball championships will be in Peace River, Alta., during the Labor Day weekend, Ron Hayter, vice president of the Cana- dian Federation of A m a I e u r Baseball, announced today. The town, 240 miles northwest of Edmonton, was selected in a vote among directors of the Al- berta Baseball Association. EDMONTON (CP) Red Deer Elks, scoring In every In- ning but one, defeated Edmon- ton "Blue Willows 11-5.in an Al- berta Major Baseball League game Thursday. The Willows led 4-1 after two innings, scoring all their runs on six hits off Red Deer starter Cliff Ballou. The Elks took the lead In, the sixth inning with three runs off losing pitcher Stu Henderson. Wayne McKee had three hits including a triple and drove in three runs for Red Deer. Broth- er Al had four hits including a home run and double and drove in two runs. Winning pitcher for Red Deer was Bill Phillips who re- lieved Ballou in the second in ning. He allowed only three Lakers ink DeRecat Doug Frier, manager of the Lethbridge Lakers, announced the signing of import pitcher Ronald Geoffrey DeHecat for the 1972 Alberta Major Base- ball League season Thursday night. The 18 year old native of San- Hafael, California is a south- paw, who also has the ability to play in the infield as well as the oulfield. DeRecat will dress on the weekend for a pair of locking road games. Saturday night the Lakers will take on the North Battle- ilte and struck out 10. Bruce Gullett drove In two of the Edmonton runs with a single in the second Inning. Meanwhile in Calgary, right- land er Bob Balrd extended his string of pitched in scoreless innings the Alberta Major ford Beavers they'll face Klippers. while Sunday the Kindersley Money big factor Sather RED DEER, Alta. tCP) Money will lure more players to the World Hockey Association and eventually pose difficulties the established Nationa iockey League, forward Glen Sather of New York Rangers aid in an interview Thursday. "The way things are in the NHL, it's a good saic the rugged Hanger penalt; killer. "The players are wel looked after and the pension fund is being changed to where it will be just about as good ai the National Football League. You'll see that most of thi guys who have been jumping t' the WHA are guys who haven' been making that much. They average about t "The WHA is starting player with a minimum of NHL exper ence at to This is money they probably neve would make in NHL." Salher said he didn't IHni players who jump to the rival WHA would be welcomed back to the NHL. Baseball League to 23 Thurs- ay night as Calgary Jimmies alloped Calgary Giants 11-3. The victory extended tie Jim- mies first-place margin in uia IB league to three games over is idle Lethbridge Lakers. It the Jimmies' ninth win in 3 starts. The Jimmies scored In every nning except the eighth and irag the loss on left bander lay Parr, who gave up eight runs before being replaced by Steve Loveless. Marv Chamberlain, Ron Mof- at and Al Harback led ths Jimmies with two hits apiece. 3ob Papworlh banged three of the Giants six hits. ilantl ......000000 4 Jfmmlei ___ m IIS 10 I Parr (1-11, Loveless (S) anij Daw- son; Baird Flndlay Slrachan <9) and Johnston. THIS WEEK'S BARBECUE SPECIALS from SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP BRIQUETTES S Ib. bag 754 10 Ib. bag 20 Ib. bag .....1.98 LIGHTER FLUID 31 01. 48 oz...........69c SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP 1321 2nd Ave. South Phone 327-3777 Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Thursday. FIRST clalmfng, 2 year J fur- longs. Sheba's Spirit (Hilabl) 1570 5.10 3.90, Riwty Water 3.20 3.90, Plucky (Combs) 5.70. Time: Go Gypsy, Indigo Easier, Mistress Morn, Sheba's Shade, Color Ale Happy also ran, SECOND claiming, J year olds, 7 fur- Tongs. Spolfed Turk fParsons) 7.40 2.80 Bramble Magic (McCauley) ?.tO y.eo, Ooulindo Ulaynu) Time: Western Echol, Shining Cloud, Am! D'Amour, Western Strip also ran. OATLY DOUBLE: IM.40. THIRD claiming, 4 year olds, and up, 7 furJongs.. sister City (Rytrofi) 4.00 ?.so 2.20, Sally Bolrf (Morris) 3.10 2.50, Blue Twist 3-60. Time: 4-S. Paulfne's Pet, Acapulco Gold, Son 0 Ireland, Shock Troop, Lucky Witch also ran, QUFNELLA: FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 1 M6 miles. In Again Flnnegln (Hedge) 7-130 5.70 3.EO, Point To Me (Sanchez] 3.49 2.CO, Chafned (Rycroft) 4.EO- Time: luB. Sharp Reply, Churl Cheri, Cheat TM Burl alto ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 fear olds, 7 tur- Desk (Hedge) 8.10 4.70 3.50, Flying Wing j.70 5.30, News Response (Watson) 3.10. Time: 4-5. Cranfreld, Trleheuse, Lunar Chelf, Wes! Wind Hope, r C Magic ran. EXACTOR! S47.70. SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Special Bout (RasmusserO MO 3.EO 3.10, Horiorule (Ptielan) 6.40 War Glee (Hedge) 4.1D. Time: 1-5. Day VJill Come, Sure Hidden, V.'est find Gal, Gold Leble, Explofafe also SEVENTH S1.8CO, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. His World 3.M 3.30 3.00, Grey Knight (Barroby) 7.10 5.30, Eex- equus (KIPITng) 4.40. Time: 4-5, Tnecbold, Swift Flight Courif, Broken Bubble, Fleet's Rule also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, IVfc miles. Mister Auctioneer (stadnyk) 17.00 7.30 3.80, Northern Emperor (Rycrotll 10.40 5.50, Little BecK (Barroby) TFme: 4-5. Bull Hunk, Mister Bountiful, On The Go, Ice Alley, Peppy also euiNiiui 1972 DODGE PICKUPS COMPLETELY REDESIGNED No. 2-228 131" W.B. Sweptline. 8' box, 225 6 eyl.r std. trans., green, hd. susp. 382460 2-222 131" W.B. Sweptline. 8' box, 318 V8, auto radio, new bronxe color. 4388" No. 2-223 131" W.B Sweptline. 8'box, 318 V8, std. trans., radio, new gold color. 4102'05 2-137 131" W.B. Sweplline. 8' box, 318 V8, 4 spd. trans., radio, metallic tan. 4244.35 ALSO ON DISPLAY NOW! 1972 D300 (1 TON) 135" W.B. Dual wheels, 318, 4 speed, hd. susp., elc. 1972 CT900 TANDEM Fully equipped. PLUS: SEVERAL USED PICKUPS READY TO GO IUNG CHRYSLER 3rd Ave. and 11 St. S. 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