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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IHTHBRlDGt HtRAlD Wedneittay, Mmch 14, 1973 Devils doivn a game RED DEER (CP) Greg Scott and Irvine Bowles eacli scored two goals to lead Red Deer Itusllcrs lo a 6-1 win over the Pass Red Devils in the opening game of their best- of-seven Alberta Junior Hockey League semi final Tuesday night. Doug Lindskog and Terry Wittchen got the other goals for Tied Deer, who held period leads of 2-0 and 3-0. Rob Flockhart spoiled Red Deer goaltender Don Stephen son's shutout bid with the Red Devils only goal, early in the third period. Both goaltenders turned i outstanding games, Stephensp: making 20 saves compared wit 32 by Brent Mason of the Pass Red Devils took 8 of 15 mino penalties. Second game in the serie will ba played here tonight Meanwhile in Calgary th Canucks took a 1-0 lead Tues clay in their best-of-seven sem final against Ihe Drumhelle Falcons with a 7-6 victor} Mark Lomenda, with tw goals, and Roger Lamoureux Joe Deiura, Ian MacPhee, Wa ren Cook and Brian Miller wer the Calgary marksmen. For Drumheller, Ken Nelso and Ryan Wecker scored tv each and Roger Mitchell an Dennis Wallit added sing goals. The Canucks held peril leads of 3-1 and 6-3 and outsh Drumheller 41-37. Red Devils finished fourth the league in this their inili season in the loop. The same clubs meet agai this evening with t h Blairmore Red Deer series switch to the Pass for games Saturday night and Sunday at the Blairmore Arena. Camplwll slums signs of strain at meetings ity bid hits financial snag NEW YORK 1 iCampL 11 l ijppl nuo if ijor He shoot Scott Allardyce, six, let Toronto Maple Leaf player: Kehoe 'right) look on go Davo 3 sfapshot, above, a: Forlier (left) and Rick Golf meeting at Coaldale The Southern Regional Rec- reational Board is looking for golfers. Anyone interested is asked to be at a meeting, Thursday eve- ning at in the basement oi the Coaldale Town Office. Main topic on Ehe agenda the Indian Hill Golf Club and a scheduled lour of the facilities there. More sport pages 12-13 The a s Clarence :c! up his first lo save Biirpory, pro- cliise. a'Nalional Hockey A group ot governors meeting Tuesday. 1m ,s em-lier this li t Ii't the 67-year-old M'l, p i. LI' thin- ner 1 m i Uful for UK- progress I have Caniobell salrt. I'c-p Ic a I rt iirsoms bronchial condition, he said ho Icll stronger. But ha admitted he still liun't ap'Jiou ccl the 15-hour i 11 to work while run- nim! a 1C> Loam lennuo in the process of expanding to IB Ictuns. It's a question of how much you can endure in running a show like thi E-arly in the winter, Campbell d I s i 11 t b.eY.er removed n 1 11 c l l1 .vent an internal transplant cf Ike ordinary blsd- c i overlapping of the opev- rlions 11 u i" :pscted, he said, rd it gi. trated enormous s rt l.e v TS under lengthy 't'-.l on ft cnvards dnring v.'bich he devi'loned broncliitis. 1 "iltK m" (pi ttitudc. he id, helped pull him through o operation. 1 1 no "i pieh nsion to the :tcnt (hat it would restrict my ac niMc fi lue (3 j i opening session a hvo-dav meeting, (he roof to leak in a ballroom of ha Gotham Hotel, forcing tbc [overnors Lo move to another across the hall. For four hours, the governors n s'rd with IciP'ie business, ''ing much lime lo talking .bout modification of the rc- 'VC clause. Camubell would ot f i o i report on :he talks the league has been Irnm-i v ith tic ph ers' associ- ation tr e ic clause. "Hcxulh in. apm'oach- si 10' e he s.iid. Then, at p.m., the Kan- s Cit' cVc'ilion which had been mcc-'ing privately most of Ilio afternoon, made an 11th- hour presentation in an attempt its conditional Iran- led by principal owner Edwin Thompson pre- sented a modified plan in- cluding interim financing to the governors. The Kansas City group ran into financial difficulties when seven persons filed a lawsuit -By Pat Sullivan 1 WTOULD you allow me the satisfaction of displaying sour grapes? The University of Alberta Golden Bears and Trinity Western College of Langley, B.C. got tile uranium, mines and we got the shaft. With the we being the Uni- versity of Lethbridge and the Lcthbridge Community Col- lege I am just a little more than upset. We can take the good with the bad, especially when it What I'm getting at sim- ply, is (he fact that the U of L Pronghorns were jobbed out of a solid bid for the Canada West basketball title and the LCC Kodiaks received much'the same treatment in lha 4-West basketball finals. I was willing to let things .settle as they may after the Pronghorns returned home from -Edmonton after being comes to basketball. Success as well as failure is nothing new to Lethbridge basketball circles. Nor do we look to much of a different future. We'll have our share of win- ners as well as losers. But we wculd like lo win or lose ES a result of our abilities or inabilities, Wo don't ask for help when we are winning why should we bs Ihe victims of oulside help to make us los- ers? defeated by the Golden Bears in a showdown final. You'll remember we carrier Ihe slory saying lhat Phi: Tollestmp had been fouled out wilh 12 minutes left in the game against the Bears Well, you know as well as do, you can't survive wilhou a heart and Tollestrup was definitely the heart of the Pronghorns. ecklng to prevent the use