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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THt ItTHKIDGE HHAVD Soluidny, Moich 21. Set For Toniht Local Hoopsters Bounced In Op By UI.EXX WVIlOSTOli Hcratr, Sports Writer Irk'.i'jle iisuvcs were llra'i! Kin-[ The of llio Palmer i Daii Shapiro Warren Cham- Icliiir will" 12 points and Martin Ranch Edmonton pion, took parl in the i with 10. Lethbridge Capri's hopes Ranches held a slim s 136-34 p.l half time, chain-' in the douWc-krcck- winning (he Alberta senior "B" basketball played against winner of nual Christmas Tournament the Capri Calgary tilt this Capri lost the services of afternoon at four o'c I o c k. Whichever team lakes the [cur o'clock contest also moves into the sudden death linal at pionship received a stiuirar.g cut event resumed this morn- blow Friday night. jng at 11 o'clock with Capvi Capri, rsted as one of the. facing Calgary. I eight, early lavoritcs to take the pro-: Hashes and Eilmon- HOOP SHOTS A disappoint- ten Milzel early in the game tii'.e. In Ihe championsMp lid-tidcr V'riday. Palmer Ranches e[ Ittllspring upended the Calgary Premiers 86-71. Capri dumped in Uie first two points in the game against Edmonton and that was the only lirac that the Lelhbridge crew held the lead. Edmonton led 43-39 at half time and ouiscorcd Capri 52-38 in UK final 20 minutes of action j to win the game going away, j Mike Penny and Bob Ains- worth combined to pace ihci Chicflans. each wilh 17 points J Andris Skujins aiUcd 11 ard Warren Champion chipped ia' with 10 (or (he winners. Craig SKelds turned in a i steady effort for Capri as ho; popped in 10 points while Larry' Phiey netted 15. The only other member ol Cspri to hit double figures was Bob Babki as he had 11 points. Mark MacKcnac was out- star.ding for Palmer Randies in tlieir victory over Calgary. MacKe-iuie ramified in a toval nf 34 points in a sparkling per- formance while Mark Merrill was next in line (or the winners with 25 points. Red MacKenrie also had him- self a fine first gone as he hit (or 13 points. Jchn llasselfield w.-is top gun for the Premiers as he pumped in 19 points while .loo Smith was next in line with 17 points. Other Calgarians POPULAR can a good fishing spot become? Cl.iresliolm area fish and wildlife officer Bill Willows reports lliat on a recent weekend there were 350 cars at Chain Lakes west of Nanton. The 350 cars brought about ice fishermen to the liike. Anil everybody was catching rainbows. This is what's planned for Tyrrcll's Lake by the Tyrrcll's Lake Fishermen's Association. The plan is to' stock rainbow trout in Tyrrell's next month. Cost of the umleitaking is To date t h e Tyrrell's Lake I'islisrmen's Association lias raised nearly With the provincial government match- in" tiie account dollar for dollar, the total therefore is about He suffered a badly- spraintd ankle Edmonton has twelve ballplayers and 10 hit the score sheet against Capri Chiettans had a decided height iidvanlsgc against LcttJmdgo It was only Capri's Ft-cond less all season All games are played al Catholic Central lligh School. EDMOKTON CSPRI SVull.lS II, SMPIfr i, Rti1 1, Shapiro Ptnny It. Jocts e. 9, Llrwham J, 17, Clumpta 10, slolnart. li. 7, Babkl II. WJtirl I, McCaugf.frly 3, Tlllolsoo J. Flltb 16. PALMER U CM-GARY 71 PALMER RAKCH-fV.trrill U, Mar- lin J, Lund 7, R. MacKtmlt 13, WL Msckcnile H, Sturty 5, Fox, Carrpbell, French, Ltvilt, Tficrrpsc-i, Har.icn, Jackson. Tota'-H. Kra-rer t. Kntch'el 2, W'nY'Vi 1. Smlltl 17, Sinclair 12, Sl-.aw 3, Umdmark 10. Wares 2, Werctr. IE UP FOR TWO Craig Shields (5) ot Uthbridge Capri goes up for two of liis 16 points in opening day action al the Alberta men's "B" basketball championships. Try- ing to check Shields is Jim fisher of the Edmonton Chieftanj while Dan firlh of telh- bridge looks an. BowSistg Scores Exhibition jame Sunday It won't exactly lie known as te Stanley Cup of professional pen but Sunday's struggle will one of a benefit to Minor Hockey in LethbridEe. Sunday atterr.con at Ihe Arena at two o'clock the Doc- tors will meet Lawyers in what shapes up to bs a dandy battle. The Doctors have already played the Dentists ar.d Ac- countants and from past suc- cesses by the Doctors the Lawyers will need a strong de- fence. CAPRI low. HU VODE HOMES Ed- vardJ (t'rtt: He'ei V.MIS JiJ; Jsn !4J 73C Ohhe-'i 745: G'criJ Fti-tzn AtriClli 33S: 273: Card V.'etb 223. SUNOOU1ST LADIE5 Bsv 2i2 JEan Pssiey 273 Irere 03-15455 27? Smith 3W Uaid; 51 15151; Bta Eslt-.on 217 Eva lit; Itii tt.ar.t 235: Gjzii 23S; Read 233 [4341. SENIOR CITIZENS 265 Van V.'Y' ?J5; Mall Hofforlh 217. TIILIJK'S AT LEAST another required through cor.tributions from the area. As most fund organizers know, it's Ihe home stretch of a campaign tbal is Has hardest to push and achieve. Pels BnMcrson of chairman of Ihe Tyrrcll's l-'Ulxrmen's is somewhat concerned that many of the lish and game clubs ar.d individual workers in the various districts are starlirg to lei up in tiie drive. He has issued a rally call an all-out eSforl lo put Hie reaching drive over the top. Tiic big auction sale last Saturday helped His cause considerably. H raised nearly About two more bumps like that and Pels, Gene Scully and some of the others can start thinking about fishing Ihomsclves. Imagine, fishermen on Tyrrell's Lake at one time during a weekend next winter. If these anglers could come up with ?3 each right now, the Tyrrcll's Lake Fishermen's Association would have it made. Let's start the drive going from every angler. Call it an investment. You'll get it back on your lirst week- end's visit lo Tyrrell's nest fall. Jet Setters To Compete Next Week Milk River Jet Setters seek Ihe Caradian junior rcen's volleyball title next weekend in Calgan'. Jet Sellers finished second in an elimination lournanienl recently behind UK Universilj of Dinosaurs but will be oce of four clubs in com- pe lit ion. The learn, coached by Rev. Dave Howie tt, consists of seven' players and a manager. Captain Rod Harsga heads (he team along with males Neil Cleland, Kerry llaw- Ihcrr.e, Norm Ellert, Owen N'eal, PK1 Lodermeier and Slew Saga. Steve Ellerl is the manager cf the team. LAIlllV PM7.EY Scorei 15 points in losing cause. Whatever It Takes COLLEGE GIVES PRE-SPRING CHECK-UP 10 Point Brake and Steering Check 1. Inspect All Brake Linings For Wear 2. Inspect All Wheel Cylinders For leakt 3. Inspect And Top Up Brake Fluid 4. Inspect And Repack Front Wheel BetmnBi 5. Inspect Front Wheel Seals 6. Inspecl Tie Rot! Ends 7. Inspeel Ball Joints 8. Inspccl Steering Idler Arm 9. Inspect Fronl Tires For Abnormal 10. Inspect Power Steering Hoses And Fluid Budget Terms Available For Major Repairs Phono 327-5763 For Appointment HENRY HOMES Allan 777; Bruce Ka-l Tamer Til; Merry BrcAn 5-i'y 225; Eorcmji 22C: Linda 77! BelV Pairer-cn 777; C'al-- B'cv.n 2ic: Pearson 211; GErlrid: Grelii-s-r 1W. COM Srilacyi 253; laVCO 250; Sjm 320 Geo SkrrocV 25S; Geo Firo Hi: Cc.-rad Arrs'd 252; Cl-eryl D-.a'dsor, Barb S1irrocX Ltilh Teller 27S (7131; Chsry! i 2i5. JCCA Hc'i 30i; Ton tirasHrra 353 Tcm Ure-i: IBGIl Kai 235; Sj-d; Sh'achlro 235; Pave Urgr.o 27S: Na.uy Kal3..a.rl Aigl Cetil WtrV'lrr.l 173. Gas Cily Coach MEDICINE HAT (CD-Jack .tape of Regina has been ap loinled coach of Medicine Ha Tigers for 1970-71, Ihe new entry in the Western Canada Hockey league, il was an- nounced today. Club president Rod Carry said Shupe would take over immediately and carry on the scouting program begun by- general manager Joe Fisher. Ehupe, who coached Rcgins Pals to the Saskatcliewan .lu- nior Hockey League finals this year, also coached in Sask., for sis years. POLLUTION Alberta, and the Lelh- hrin'ge chapter ol the Alberta Wilderness of their.? The two recently formed organizations are doing things ar.d floing places. Tr.cir numbers are few yet, but it's huitlc all the way. As a first challenge Pollution Conlrol-Soulhcm Alberta is opposing an application o! Shell Canada Ltd. to divert another 900 acre feet o[ water per year out ol the Dry wood River lo ils plant operations south ot Pincber Creek. The committee says (hat before the government gives any considcralion for the additional diversion of water, alternate sources of water sh.iuld be explored. Additional affluent from the plant into Ihe Dryu-ood can mean only additional deterior- ation of Hie stream. There's the problem of thermal pollution. ELR1CH TIRE LTD. SPORT SCORES YroK .ireal Tcrcnto St. Louis Lcs Angt'es SCORING LEADERS EPS 6 Avc. anil 6lh Si. S. lelribridge, Alia. STAN PESZAT SURE KNOWS MEN'S CLOTHING Just like W L T F A Ptl 35 IS 8) 11 8 21? 159 35 17 13 715 175 Eb X II IS 225 W ES 34 19 15 221 173 27 23 12 2C4 217 it Divillcn 3! 1i Id 267 1J5 13 23 3J H IK) 213 57 19 '37 12 5! U 3? 21 195 23J a II 4> 3 G A Pll Pin 77 7J 101 119 Our ERNIE KNOWS Call Us Today! ERNIE ROSVOID We Specialize in Tune-Dps CARBURETOR AND IGNITION All WORK GUARANTEED! TEXACO CAR CARE Anolher reason why you should toll in at El Texaco Service 6lh Ave. and Mayor Mayralli Drive South PHONE 327-5406 IT'S SURl'ItlSING what can be achieved when people become concerned and lake action. Allen Bill, outdoors editor of the Calgary Herald it this wayi "Too many people sit limply by, let il happen, then whine aboul il." He writes about a silualion concerning the. Rocky Mountain House district. Wilhoul word lo anyone in the area, the provincial govern- ment invited pulp mill operators lo come and have a look at Hie Uccky Mountain District. Major (Miss) Helen llunley of Rocky Mountain House called a meeting which was well attend- ed by concerned cilizeiis. 11 wasn't, a case o( being against progress, hut "whal's tliis going lo mean lo our Among those inviled lo was Floyd Stroirsled of Calgarj-. president of live Atberia Wilderness Association. Since its formation about a ye.ir ago, Die Aluerla Wilderness Association has been really gelling aroiir.d and making itse'J heard. But, also in attendance was Emmell H. Smilh from the Alberta department of youth. He gave encouragement lo Ihe formation of a steeling committee which was charged wilh the responsibility of forming an advisory commiltec for the district. This commilleo is to rleal wilh the government at the cabinet level on matters concerning naiural resources and llio enviiormierl around Rocky Mountain llo'.isc. A gas processing ar.d sulphur tslraclion planl has alrc.vly hern announced for ths Ram niver area nl the. dislrici. The a'l'liticn of pulp rrjlls could certainly dirastcr iinlcjs proper precaution are taken. Organized, active, concerned citizens are certainly one of the wajs ol bringinR abo'it results. Bcs ki'5, Chi SCKk. IIY 25 a !5 37 tCHt. SIL....... !8 il 72 H .-e.-.SCT. SIL...... 33 37 70 33 rc-i, NY 33 3i 65 91 NY...... 11 3f 61 T> B-jcyfc, 29 31 63 13 McKcniic. BC1 27 35 6J 102 WESTERN LEAGUE W L T F Us 45 14 7 315 195 97 Portltnd 3! 19 7 SSI 214 83 Diegs 29 24 9 ?JI 211 Si Stalfle 25 31 7 213 22? 5i 23 31 II 122 231 57 Dir.ver a 35 921! Hit 13 33 14218 32S HOCKEY RESULTS. anj 3 l II 3 Denver 5 3 San Sail Lars 3 7 CENTRAL rcrf v.'oflh 3 lovi-a 3 Kanssi Cily 5 Oklahoma cily 6 I 7 World To'jfnawfnt Groj? A ______ 4 USSR 2 9 Finland 1 Western Inlernarlonal Spcva-.e wins ttslofseven (inal, 4- 0 Senlar 3 tl-Mt li.-i 7 BfSI-cT frnal tied 2-2 ALL4N COP 5N MSHL 6 TBSHL Si. leads Wnl- nn quarle-'-lhal 2-1 ViislcrA Canada Jtnlor -nlrJD 3 Eslcvan 3 ca.r.s cl quarter. Bran-Jen 2 Fl'.n 4 First carr.e cl Sf.ifl Current 4 Edrnwltn 6 Fi-jt game of best-of-sevrn quarfer. li'-al BASEBALL RESULTS Chrcosj AL 0 5 3 lltw Ycik Xansai Cily 3 Hew YwX IJL 4 SI. Lc-jts B Pillltirgh 4 >loi.slcn 3 Allanla 1 DElro'l 8 Mln-esora 6 5 11 Cleveland 6 NL 1 Ditgo 1 Casern's 2 Li', A-ccles 5 Ba'llmoie 7 PRO 6ASKETB1LL NBA pWnfx 127 (.'.KJiai-kcs I3S 11! IH Los Ar.geles 117 YrxV 107 110 r-MI'5 121 119 135 Chicaca 131 ABA Orleans (3 Los Angers II 157 113 i US College Rodeo Set For April roflco prr-cnl a major spoil in 1.1'e I'nilwl Stales. In il is groninj! doirc part arc an Alterta grc.n; al1 plamiin? ifs first roilcn in bridge Saturday. April llh. Conlcsianls nrc from Ol'Is School o( Asriciillnrc. Rcil Deer College, Mmia! Hoval College, of Alhcrla, Vermillinn Alhcita Intercollegiate j Rodeo was recent- ly formed with headquarters in Caroline. Alberta. Harvey Korlhcott is Ihe Aliwrla presi- jdenl while RK-S Fcott is Ihe 'rer-rfscnlativc. (or Ire rnkcv- fily Ulhh-idgc ICo'iiiiiiur.ily Ci-llcge i-fsociation. In Ilic since last I December lha associaUon is FARM SPECIAL! 7.50x18-4 PLY FIRST LINE FRONT TRACTOR TIRES and the 'host Ixithhridgc chih. All major rodeo cvenlo in- cluding hardback, saddle hronc. bull riding, steer and calf roping will be held a.- well as barrel racing, goat lying, rihhnn roping ?n'l a wild cow race. The action will fid under way al UK Exhibition Grounds at "too o'clock. C.95 SINGLE RIB 16 ELRICH TIRt LTD. COMPLETE TIRE an lit ;