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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THt irWMIDSE HIRAID Saturday, March 17, 1973------ Knicks knock off the Lakers By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS Earl Monroe, tile New York Knick probably most respon- sible for liis (cam's victory Fri- day night over Los Angeles, said simply that "the game may have meant more to us than tiie Lakers." Los Angeles long ago sewed up the National Basketball As- sociation's Pacific Division title a n d the right to defend its league championship in Urn playoffs. But New York's victory over the Lakers clinched the home court advantage for the Boucher selected top coach TORONTO (CP) Bou- cher was named coach of the year Friday night by his peers attending the Canadian Inter- collegiate Athletic Union's all- star luncheon. Boucher, St. Mary's University Huskies of Halifax reached the Canadian finals for the fourth straight year, and met University of Toronto Blues in the championship game to- day, posted a record of 35 wins (Bid a lie in 38 scheduled games this year. St. Mary's goaltender Churck Goddard was named to the Ca- nadian all-star college hockey team along with defencemen Warren Anderson of Toronto, and freshman Francois Ouimel of Sir George Williams Univer- Knicks over Baltimore when they meet in the Atlantic play- offs. "Tli at was the thing about this said New York coach Red Holztnan. Monroe guarded Los Angeles' leading scorer, Gail Goodrich, holding him to a four point1! while leading New York scoring With 23. Despite 32 points from Jerry West, the lackadaisical Lakers were unable to make up for one of Goodrich's worst nights in a Los Angeles uniform. TRAIL CELTICS The victory left New York six games behind Boston Celtics in the Atlantic Division. Elsewhere, Milwaukee Bucks beat Chicago Bulls 99-91, Balti- more beat Boston 103-37, Seattle SuperSonics downed Golden State Worriors 116-106, Atlanta outlasted Phoenix Suns 135-127, Cleveland Cavaliers rimmed Kansas City-Omaha Kings 114-89, Detroit Pistons swamped Buffalo Braves 121-100 and Portlant Trail Blazers beat Houston Rockets 141-128. Curtis Perry, whose 20-foot shot with 31 seconds to go tied :he game in regulation time, learned with Bob Dandrige for a four-basket flurry in overtime to lead Milwaukee over Chi- cago. Second-half heroics by Elvin Hayes and Phil Chenier paced Baltimore over Boston and snapped the Celtics' eight-game sity of Montreal. Rounding out the all-star team were forwards Mart Shewchuck, also of Sir George Blues' Bob Munro and Ron Le- Blanc of the University of Mon cton, the Atlantic Inter' collegiate scoring champion. rraham happy ic showed up Off to Ottaiva w t Belly Luco and her males left today for Ottawa end will now seek the national title. The gals are, from 1he the Canadian senior women's curling championships. left, skip Luco, third Kay Redding, second Gladys Rectfern Luco won the Alberta crown nearly a month ago and and lead Helen Johnson. Cents ivin last game at home winning streak. Lou Hudson and Pete Mara- vich combined for 63 points as Atlanta beat Phoenix. Don Adams scored a career-high 36 points to lead Detroit over Buf- falo. Bingo Smith scored 21 points to spark Cleveland fo its victory over Kansas City-Omaha. Geoff Petrie equalled his career high with 51 points in Portland's rout of Houston. Spencer Haywood consecutive baskets late in the scored 14 points, including three fwrth period, to give Seattle its victory over Golden State. DONALD B. SHAW ESTATE and HOWARD SHAW Farm Auction Sale 3 MILES EAST AND MILES SOUTH OF TABER SUGAR FACTORY TABER, AlBERTA SAT., MARCH 24-11 a.m. LUNCH SERVED Having bstn favoured with Instructions from the Donald B. Shaw Estate and Howard Shaw, wo wifl offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as litfed which ts merely a tjuTde and In no way a warranly or guarunlee to condition or ago and !i subject to addftloni, errors or minor changes at you may find them tha day of the sole, TERMS CASH the day of wlrh utllement In full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS Deere model GW tractor wilh P.T.O. No. 100 row crop tractor W9 traclor with hydraulics and PT.O Farmall No. 350 trader with P.T.O. end hydraulics TRUCKS 1-T953 I.H.C. Vi ton truck. Chevrolet ton truck MACHINERY boltom J.D, plow on hydraulfcf 1 10 ft, Eversman land leveller; ft. Snowco grain auger; 1 10 ft. I.H.C. double disc) 1-Victory 10 ft. blade; 1-3 furrow packer; T Massey Karris 10 ft. Trash King cultivator with hydraulic lift; pltr.v nacker; 1-Cultivofor ft. Hi Wheel horns raVe; type moweri 1 ditcher; of diamond harrows with draw bor; 10 ft. tiller and seeder; 1-10 ft. land leveller; ft. I.H.C. press drill; seeder attachment for 12' drill; harrows; 1 CuElivaior; Deere 16 ft. surflex; 1 V ditcher; furrow packer; bottom Casa plow on rubber; bot- tom Case plow on rubber; Bug; boltom Cockshutl plow; ditcher; 1 23" Case groin scpor- alor; beet beet plow; hot- lorn plow; 7 ft. power mower; grinder wilh bellj 1-Mayrath 5 wheel fake; Deere manure spreader (wheel bale loader; 1 ele- var-oc; 1 150 gallon sproyer; Slock racVs for Vt ton truck; x 14' wooden grafnery; snapped hog coop; 1-Hog feeder; feed bunk. WAGONS lired grain lank; 3-GraEn lanVs; duly rubber lired wagon; 1-Hoy rack wagon; 1-Hi wheel wagon; 1-Stone rack; rock wagon; tired wagon; T tired 8' x 16' hay rack. MISC. AND SHOP TOOIS 1 32 ton screw jack; 28-1W" jyphan lubes; 1-Set of Wells tap ond dies; ?-Log chains; 5-Sels of harnesses; Quantify of bolts end nuts; Quantity of antique tools; 3-RoIls of 32" page wire; 30 to 50 bushels cf wheat and rye mixture; panels for corrals; grinder; 6 and 12 volt batlery charger; cut saw; Anh'quQ carpenter chest wElh antique tools; Forgej gallon barrels; Quantify of lumber, hard wood, scrap iron and many more items too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD I-G.E. wringer washer; 1-Circular ook tablo with chairs; filing cabinet; choir; Frlgt- dafre ;1 Small oak television; dresser ond wash slond; 1-Old phono- graph; Numerous beds, dresters, lablei and older houjehold ilems too numerous lo mention. LUNCH Wilt BE SERVED SALE. CONDUCTED. BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COALDALE, ALTA. "Serving the South by Word of Mouth" For further information Phono 345.3534 or the owner AUCTIONEERS: IES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY lie. No. 0101SO lie. No. 00561S lie. No. 010121 Tigers dumped by Saskatoon By THE CANADIAN PRESS Saskatoon Blades, first placed in the Eastern Division, humili- ated Medicine Hat Tigers, lead- ers in tha Western Division, 8-1 in a Western Canada Hockey League game Friday night. The win was Saskatoon's 17th hi a row on home ice. In other games, Calgary Cen- tennials closed the home portion of their 1972-73 league season with a 5-1 victory over New Westminster Bruins while Swift Current Broncos downed Plin Flon Bombers 5-2. Blades took a 5-0 lead after the first period against the Ti- gers and coasted to victory. Russ Walker scored two of the opening goals, with singles added by Don McLeod, Dave -ewis and Bob Bourne, and ater in the game by Danny Arndt, Pat Rooney and Byron Jackson. Ed Johnslono replied with Medicine Hat's lone goal early in the second. Centennials finished their home season with 2G victories, four losses and four ties with Friday night's game, in which Danny Gare, Ross Smith, rookie Short sport SETS WORLD MARK I MOSCOW (AP) Feather- weight Kodzl Miki of Japan broke his own world record by snatching 255 3-4 pounds in an intern ational wedghtlifting com- petition, Tass reported Friday. Mikd bettered by 2 1-4 pounds the best previous effort for a lifter in the 125-pound class. HILLAND SIXTH CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN, Wash. (AP) Phil Mahre of White Pass, Wash, won the sla- lom Friday at the United States unior Alpine ski champion- hips with a time of one minute, 28.75 seconds. John Hilland of Jalgary was sixth in E. JACOBSEN Farm Auction Sale 12 MILES SOUTH, 2 MILES WEST, 1 MILE SOUTH OF FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA THURSDAY, MARCH 29 12 NOON LUNCH AVAILABLE Having been favoured with Intrusions from Mr. E. Jacob- sen, who has retired from farming, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery at listed below, which n merely c guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions crrora or minor changes as you may find them the day of Ihe sale. TERMS CASH Ihe day of Ihe jaie, wilh lettlemtnt in full before removal from the farm GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT Grain treated, 9 h.p. B S motor; Flex hopper; Malco 27 ft., o inch auger wilh B. S. 9 h.p. motor; Robin 24 ft. inch auger; Massey Harris groin grinder. TRUCKS AND EQUIPMENT WO CMC No. 960, 13 ft. steel box, Renn hoist 900.20; Slock racks for step side Chov half-ton; Stock rocks for style side GMC half.lon; 4-900-20 ground grip tires HAY EQUIPMENT Massey Harris No. 3 baler 24 fl. Malco bale elevator TRACTORS 1967 J.D. 3020 wilh cab, ten hovrs on new molor, New Idea front end loader. Massey Harris No. 55 gas, PTO bell pulley. TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 12 ft. Crazy Harrow! (like 18 ft. Flex steel drawbar; John Deem No. 400 12 ft. rodwceder; IKC 12 II. rodweederj J.D. 10 ft. double disc; 12 ft. Victory blade, 3 standards with new blades; Cockshutl No. 247 12 fl. chisel plow 12 ft. J.D. hoe drill, 7 inch spac- ing wifh fertilizer attachments; Golden Arrow 32 ft. sprayer; J.D. nianure spreader, rubber tires: Rubber tired wagon (8-14 FUEL TANKS 500 gal. single comportment with sleel stand 500 gal. Iwo compartment with wooden stand HOUSEHOLD 2 burner electric slove wilh oven; X burner propane .slave; Electric washing rnochine; 2 beds; numerous olhfrr household articles. CATTLE 2 young Angus cows to coif in April 1 five year old Angus cow 1 7 year Angus cow bult calf at si do 3 conning "2 year old Angus heifers lo calf in April All foregoing six animals artificially bred to lop Angus bull I 3 yearling Angus bull colves {Marshal} breeding) HARVEST EQUIPMENT 15 ft. Verialile No. 103 SP swather condition) 14 Case No. 600 SP combine cab pick-up MISCELLANEOUS Galvanized water trough; 3 svooa'cn feed troughs 16 ft, long; Cattle trimming stocks; Screw jack) 8 hole Bealty hog feeder; 4 Molasses barrels; Quantity of burning 100 ft of heavy duly extension cord; shoveli choliu, shop foots and alher articles foo numerous fo mention. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COALDALE, AITA. "Serving the Soulh by of Mouth" For further information Phone 345-3534 or Owner LES HANOIEY Lie. No. 010120 AUCTIONEERS: FRED BURTON Lie. No. 005615 ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010121 .TAKES 19V3 DEBUT NEW YORK (AP) Five hree-year olds were named to oppose Secretar- at, the 1972 Horse of the Year, Vho will be making his 1973 debut in the seven-furlong Bay Shore Stafces at Aqueduct to- day. Secretariat was made the early 1-5 favorite to beat Ira- >ecunious, Champagne Char- ie, Close Image, Actuality, and Torsion. Tim Peck, Russ Wicchnik am Mike Rogers were the marks men. The goal for Rogers wa: ,iis 54th of the season. Vic Mercredi scored tlie onl; S'cw Westminsler goal, late in the first period. Centennials now are withi one point of second-place Ed monton Oil Kings and twc points behind Medicine Hat ir the Division. Ne1 Westminster can finish n higher than fourth. Brent Leavins scored his 5Zn goal of the season (or Swift rent against Flin Flon. Olhet Swift Current goals were froir Brant niot, Terry McDougal Terry Roskowski and Davi George. Dell lannone and Ne Melnyk replied for Bombers. Regina is at Victoria tonigh Four games are scheduled fo Sunday, Regina at New Wes minster, Flin Flon at Sask toon, Calgary at Edmonton Medicine Hat at Brandon. STEVE HOLECKA Farm Auction Sale 2 MILES WEST AND 2 MIIES NORTH OF IRON SPRINGS IRON SPRINGS, ALBERTA FRIDAY, MARCH 23- 11 AM. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured wilh instructions from Mr, Steve Hoi- ecka, who has retired from farming, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely o guide and In no way a warranty or guarantee as io age and subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find rhem the day of tha sale. TERMS CASH the day of the- sale, with settlement in full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS Deere dfesel tractor Deere- D traclorj John Deere A troclor Farmall model M tractor; Deere model D tractor Allis Chalmers model B tracror with beet tools. TRUCKS Fargo 2 ton 1ruck with hydraulic hofsl beot box; 1-1952 Fargo 2 ton truck with beel box; Dodge Vs ton truck with stock racks ml. since over- COMBINE.AND 5WATHER Deere swather Masiey Harris model 27, 12 fr, combine SUGAR BEET EQUIPMENT beet topper (done 120 boel topper carl; Deere beel loader; Deere beel drill model No. 55; 1-John Deere 4 row beet drill. MACHINERY I ft. Graham Hoc me plow; f j. grain auger with 8 h.p. motor up bole loader; 1 3 botlom 14" John Deo re plow; Deere 12 ft. rod weeder; Cockshutf 6 ft. one way; dikSnerj baler model 200; wagon; Harris 3 boltom 14" plowi 1-John Deere press drill 1-IHC 10 ft. press drill; 1-IHC 10 it. double disc No. H44; 1-2 pan diic pfow; land fovuller; double deck wagon; Deere horse mower; John Deere manure spreader; freznos; Deere 7 ff. power mower; 3 boltom 14" plow; 1 deck wagon; of lever harrows; side delivery rake; sprayer; Misc. used machinery. SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS 1 Crest pumping unit 6 asphalt shingles; 1 unit wilh 8 h.p. motor 1 grinder; charger; 1 GOA pump; wafer pump; of surveying in- strument and rod; of barb wire; 3 of used hog wire; grinder wilh bell; chicle brooaW; brooder; heater; hedgs Irimmor; Quanlily of wrenches, socket sels, pliers and many more misc. shop tools loo numerous to menlion; Approx. 300 bales of Alraw; Approx. 10 tons of hay bales; Used 400 bus. of oats; 2 rolls of mow fence. FUEL TANKS gal, double compartment fuel fank, gal. fuol lank. gal. waler tank. HOUSEHOLD furnace; Many more misc. household articles; GE washing machine, GE fridge, chrome table and end tobfc, bed's, dishes, clocks, chfna cabinet, chesi of drawers, IV antenna, combination radio and stereo, record player. SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COAIDALE, ALTA. "Serving Ihe Soulh by Word of Moulh" For further Mormalion Phono 345-3534 or tha Owner AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLEY FRSD BURTON ROGER HANOIEY lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 lit. No. 010121 SPORT RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) "I wasn't at all sure I was ling to come down to Jacks on- Lo Graham drawled. "I'd had the ilu. It really mocks you out. but I fi- nally decided I'd come down nd get some sun and hot reather. "I guess k helped." Whatever the reason, the man 'ho almost didn't enter held a jare of the top spot going into oday's third round in the 100 Greater Jacksonville open olf tournament. Graham bkdied five of the rst six holes in gusty winds nd muggy heat Friday as he orged a tive-under-par 07 and ied Jim playing tardier for the first two or the lead at 135. Colbert birdied his last two roles (or the day's best round, a brilliant, seven-under-par 65, and a share of the lead In tte cliass for first prize. Some of the top attractions lad their problems. Jack Nlcklaus struggled to i 73 and at 142 was seven strokes away from the lead. Australian Bruce Crampton, a two-time winner this season, matched par 72 for 141. Defending cham- pion Tony Jacklln of England also had a 72 and was far back at W3 along with Ben Kern of Toronto. Billy Casper failed to qualify for tlw final two rounds with a 146 total. Also missing the cut with a 148 score was Will ilomenuik of Winnipeg, Graham and Colbert shared a one-stroke lead over Homero Blancas, who saved par from three sand traps and didn't make a bogey en route to a 69 for 136. Minor hockey Allan Gepneris scored three imcs and gave the Lethbridgc Marlands a 6-2 victory over Medicine Hat in the final game of their two game total-goal provincial playoff series. Marlands advanced to the provincial finals by ousting Medicine Hat 12-1 in their two meetings. Todd Takeyasu, Neal Povey and Bob Odney added singles in the win while Dean Syverson and Ross Bedson replied for Medicine Hat. Meanwhile the Lethbridge A.C.T. Bantam "A" Reps will open their two game total- goal provincial Bantam "A" final series In Tted Deer to- night. The second contest will ba staged in Lethbridge March 24. Lethbridge Voyageurs opened their second round of the pro- vincial Pee Wee "B" playoffs on a winning note Friday night. Voyageurs travelled to Fort MacLeod for the first game of the two-game total-goal series and came away with a' 7-4 edge. Fred Thomson scored a pair of markers in the win while Ivano Fraulin, Greg Tompkins, Don Coutts, Rodney Snopek and Rob Montgomery added singles. Dean Kay and Ward O'Sulli- van tallied twice for Fort Mac- Leod. HAROLD CLEMENTS ESTATE Farm Auction Sale TA MILK WEST OF HIGHWAY NO. 3 FROM BARNWELL, ALBERTA FRIDAY, MARCH 30th-11 a.m. LUNCH AVAILABLE Having bean favoured wilh from Harold Clements we will offer far the following line of farm machinery as IHted below, which merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee at to condition or 094 and Is subfecT to errors or minor ai you may find jhem the day of jhe tale. TERMS CASH the day of tht talt, wilh settlement In full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS Case model 730 row crop gas traclor wilh hydraulics ond live 1 model 560 standard diesel tractor with hydraulics and Doero Model M traclor with beer culfivajor; model 140 row crop fraclor wElh beet cultivator; model M raw crop Iracfor with p.t.o, and hydraulics, SUGAR BEET EQUIPMENT Gemco 2 row heel harvester with 2 row I.H.C. topper and Kirchener whipper (to be sold as leparate Deere No. 06 beet drill, 4 rowj model E beel harvester wilh Case mounting brackets, MACHINERY ft. Succeis land leveller; sprayer with -40 ft. booms; side delivery raVe; ferguson No. 3 p.r.o. 10 ft. chisel plow; John Deere 9 ft. double disc; 8 fl. of crowfoot packers; 1 John Deere 3 furrow ptow converted to hydraulics; 9 lectioni of diamond harrows with draw bar; plow typo polato digger; power mower [needs 1 section of 4 fr. crowfoot packers; Deere IT ft. rod weeder; spring looth harrows; dia- mond harrowj with iteel draw bar? tine harrows; Deero 14" 2 boltom plow; seeder; Deere 12 ft. tiller. COMBINES AND SWATHERS Massey Harris model 82 self propelled combfne with Mc- Coy Renn pickup; Deere No, 55 combine- pickup ond good molor; Harm puff type iwathsrj 1-I.H.C. pull type 121 swalher. SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS of Iricycle to fit Massey traclor; Quanlity of wrenches, log chains, forks, shovel, beef hoes, Irrigation dams, and many more Iterni too numerous to mention. FUEL TANKS 1 500 gaf, comparlrncnl fuel tank wilh wood itand; 1 100 gal. truck fuel tank with pump. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT of hand move irrigalion system consisting ofr 33 centre- rise pipe, 33 end rise- pipe, 16 mafn Ifne with half with valves; natural gas power unff with Paramount high pressure pump; I Garden sprmVler outfit wirh 2" pfpe and gas niolor pumping unit. TRUCKS 1 1964 Mercury ton truck; 1-1952 G.M.C. 3 ton truck with 2 way dump beet box wilh stock racks; 1 1958 Chev- rolet 3 ton truck wilh 2 way dump beel box wilh slock racks, with rebuilt molor last fall and new front lires. HOUSEHOLD.ARTICLES Several labour haute beds; table and chairs cook stove? Electric lawo mower. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COAIDALE, AITA "Serving the Soulh by Word of Moulh" For further Information Phone 345-3534 or the Owner. AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 Rtmember the weather no problem in 'our plastic tent. ;