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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta EXPO 74-SPOKANE Special Expo Calgary. Airfare, 3 nlghU aecr city lour, 2 Expo Uckate. From 1133 par pi M ailra nlghla on raquaal. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Cantro Phpna 3ai-3201 The Lethbridge Herald LETHBHIDQE OFFICE FUMNITURl Uww MMjtptaf ItaM Phoiw (403) 321-7411 HOME AND OFFICE 8AFE8 TO. Third Section Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday. March Pages 21-32 The Herald- Sports Wittchen named AJHL'S MVP RED DEER (CP) Terry Wittchen, a 19 year old centre with Red Deer Rustlers, today was named the Alberta Junior Hockey League's most valuable player. Wittchen edged out linemate Brian Sutler and Roger Mitchell, a centre with Drumheller Falcons, in a poll of coaches, managers and ;media representatives in the league centres. Points were awarded on the basis of five for a first place selection, three for a second and one for a third. Wittchen had 4t> points, Sutler 38 and Mitchell 35. Meanwhile Wittchen, who is the AJHL's all-time lop scorer with 261 in a three-year career, Friday was named the league's scoring champion with 104 points on 50 goals and 54 assists during the regular season. Final league statistics showed Wittchen's linemate, Sutler, was second with points on 42 goals and 54 assists. The league's rookie of the year Jerry Bancks finished FENCING POSTPONED The Alberta fencing finals, set for today and Sunday at Catholic Central High School, 'have been postponed. Edmonton competitors, due lo Ihe severe storm recently, are unable to travel south for the event. third with 89 points on 50 goals and 39 assists. For Wittchen the scoring title was poetic justice. The 19 year old centreman, in his last year of junior eligibility, was the scoring leader last season until an eye injury sidelined him for almost a month. Wittchen tied for league honors in both the individual goals and assists category. He and Bancks were the top marksmen each with 50, with Bancks becoming only the second rookie in the league's history to score 50 goals. Wittchen, Sutler, and Lethbridge Longhorns' Randy Joevenazzo all had 54 assists, tops in that department. Red Deer's Ron Bburcier was the top goaltender with a goals against average, with Edmonton Mets' Jim Bowman second with 3.45. Brent McCracken of the Red Devils was the league bad man with 303 minutes in penalties, a new league record. Calgary's Mike Hay worth was second with 214 minutes. Edmonton Mets were the most penalized team with 1.801 minutes. LEADERS GP G A P Pirn Wittchen. RD 60 50 54 102 32 Sutler. RD......59 42 54 Bancks, Cal 59 50 39 Zaparniuk, Edm. 58 36 43 Joevenazzo, Leth59 25 54 Messier, Edm 59 37 39 Krikke. Leth 60 40 34 Bowles. RD.....58 35 37 Murray. Pass 57 38 33 Football members want to disband Slap Slap This sweeper is just one of 320 curlers who had taking part in the annual three-day event which their brooms slapping the ice in the opening round will feature the finals of all four events Sunday after- of the 1974 Lethbridge and District Elks' Bonspiel noon at at the Civic Centre Curling Rink. Friday night. Some 30 local and 50 district rinks are OTTAWA (CP) The annual meeting of the Sports Federation of Canada got off to a rousing start Friday with a motion by football delegates that the federation be disbanded. To be debated Sunday by delegates representing 81 sports governing bodies and other sport associations, the motion charges that the federation "does not function with meaningful direction from its constituents, board of directors and executive and as a result does not truly play an effective role for the benefit of its members." "Be it resolved that the members declare a lack of confidence in the direction and the aims and objectives of the Sports Federation of says the motion introduced by Joe Kurtzman of the Canadian Amateur Football Association and seconded by Ken Smith of the Canadian Cycling Associ- ation. The motion comes at a time when the. federation is propos- ing to broaden its activities and act as a liasion for amateur sport in the international field. Operating under a variety of names, the Sports Federation's chief aim is to be the voice of amateur sport in Canada and provide a platform for it through annual meetings. The federation also conceived the idea of the Canada Summer and Winter Games and plays a big hand in naming their sites, the sports to be contested and in the actual administration of the games. It already has recommended either St. John's, Nfld., or Saint John, N.B., as the site for the 1977 Summer Games. Health Minister Marc Lalonde will announce the site tonight. Asked to explain why he moved his non-confidence mo- tion in the federation, Mr. Kurtzman said touring groups of footballers had been able to compare the Canadian feder- ation with its international counterparts and had found it wanting. Bill McEwen, federation president, told the delegates he welcomed the debate. "You are the federation and the executive does only what you instruct it to McEwen declared. The meetTng also withheld membership of the National Association of Underwater In- structors pending further dis- cussions. Delegates complained that such coaching bodies should belong either to the sport they are concerned with or to their own coaching 'federation. Dempsey in good shape 96 139 89 36 79 34 79 75 76 43 74 104 72 106 71 59 NEW YORK (AP) Former heavyweight boxing champion Jack Dempsey, suffering from "tension .headaches possibly a result of his problems with his was in good .condition Friday in hospital, a spokesman said. Dempsey, 78, entered hospital Thursday and the hospital spokesman said: "We expect Mr. Dempsey to be here about a week. Right now his condition is good. "He's actually here because he wanted to check out his ten- sion headaches. "We don't puslr-- our luck." HURRY-HURRY-HURRY 10th ANNUAL GREATEST SHOW ON WHEELS See Greg About Exclusive Knight and Squire JMin will ten You about "Seeing it is Believing it" WE TRY EVEN HARDER tell you about Steel Belted RadMs MILES EACH SIZE BR78-13 Other Sizes at Comparable Prices 75% more hazard 20% better Increased skid resistance and Cooler running 12% better traction Increased puncture and blow-out protection Magic carpet ride As compared to our conventional Wat-ply tire USE YOUR CHARGEX AT KIRK'S FREE! With the) purchase of a set of 4 UNIROYAL ZETA TIRES WtaH THESE SERVICES VALUED AT 100 SERVICE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS WHEEL ALIGNMENT (Good until March 23rd Only) surnsreMLSi Cash Discounts Sm tnr M H.fl. IZrtO '8731 Draw Awtfds to ell! 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