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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, May 1, 1973 Lethbridge hosts Canadian 1'outh championships Local judo hopes six shoulders By PAT SULLIVAN Htrald Sports Editor AVhen the curtain rings down on the 1973 Canadian Youth Judo champions hips this weekend. Yosh Senda coach of the Lethbridge YMCA Judo Club, is hopeful he will see some members of tiis club on the Canadian team. The championships, for Ju- dcka 15-17 of age. will be staged tins Saturday at the University of Lethbridge gymnasium corurnoficing at 10 in the morning. The open- ing ceremonies will set the staae for semi-final and final action at o'clock Satur- day evening Each province in Canada, as well as the territories, will send 10-mernber teams to compete in the finals. From the Lethbridge competitions a Canadian team will be select- ed to take part in the Euro- pean championships to be held in June of this year. Canada is the onlv non- European country invited to the event. Lethbridge will sr: competitors in action Satur- day. The locals dominated the provincial championships and local officials are quietly con- fident of a strong showing this weekend. Lethbridge J u d o k a who qualified for the champion- ships are Joe Guy Pcmo- hac, Michael Calder. Don Tsujiura, Scott Tanner and Tom Greenway. Like many of the members of the Lethbridge Judo Club, Tsujiura shows great prom- ise for the future as well as having great amounts of abil- ity at present. At 15 years of age Tsujiura, a student at Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale, took up the sport of judo just four >ears ago. This year he prov- ed to be the best in Alberta in his division as he won an Al- berta tit'e at Londonderry in March. He started out the year with a second place fin- ish but enthusiasm and desire brought him to the win- ncrs c i r c 1 ee in two short months. Tsujiura, like many of his clubmates, devotes a great deal of his time to judo but also enjoys a variety of other athletic endeavors. He plays in the Lethbridec Minor IFccUcy Association and as well takes part in baseball, basketball, football, soccer, skhng and golf. And if that isn't enough, he has now taken up lacrosse and broomball. His coach once said "Don always demonstrates great skill and desire.'' Tanner started taking part in judo in 1985. He reached one of his goals in 1968 when he was awarded a certificate award c! proficiency in the art of Kcdckan. Since that time his judo career has steadily progressed. While 1970 saw him miss out on first place finishes, he was always close. He was second in Calgary in the light heavyweight final, second in the 115-pound and under final in Jasper Place and second in a local tournament. But 1971 saw the beginning cf a number of first-place fin- ishes for the personable young man. was first on two oc- casions in Lethbridge fighting in the 121-pound and under di- vision, as well as second again at Calgary. In 1972 the Calgary jinx stayed with Tanner as he again was second. But he came back to win at London- derry and Jasper Place be- fore the year ended. Thus far in 1973 he was first at the University of Al- berta tournament in the blue and under, 125-pound class. He was also first at a local meet and second in the 142- pcund final at Londonderry. Tanner's ether interests in- clude basketball, footbaiH, baseball, diving, golf and ski- ing. Greenway. who will be 17 this September, spends the summer months and fishing in the back lakes of Waterton. He took to judo when he was eight and baseball when he was 10. To date, it would seem judo has outdone base- ball in Greenway's popularity poll. Currently attending Leth- bridge Collegiate Institute along with Tanner, Greenway is working towards a senior matric with his future sights set on becoming a forestry engineer. But in the meantime, judo and Greenway seem to be a mutual admiration society. Like tanner, Greenway started his judo career in sec- ond place. But like the old saying "when you're second best you try harder." Well, it would seem no one tried any harder than Greenway. In 1966, 1967 and 1968 he was second in the junior flyweight division at Leth- bridge. He chalked up his first win in that category at Calgary the following year and has been adding first place silveware to his collec- tion ever since. Greenway won a profi- ciency award in 1970 and fol- lowed up with a victory in tire under 120 pound final at Swift Current the same year. Swift Current proved to be to his liking so he returned in 1971 and retained his title. In half a dozen tourna- ments in 1S72 Greenway won four of them. He was first in Vauxhall in the under 140 pound final, in middleweight in Calgary, and first in the same division in Edmonton and Lethbridge. His second place finishes were in the provincials at Edmonton and the U of A tourney. This year he won the mid- dleweighi trophy at Red Deer and at Londonderry. He was also second at the U of A, here at home and in the pro- vincials at Calgary. So it is, the local hopes rest en the shoulders of six young man. Tickets for the event arc on sale at the YMCA, from any member of the YMCA Judo Club or the University Judo Club, Hagen Auto Elec- tric or at the door Saturday. conduct labelled insane TOM GREENWAY HAPPINESS IS A STRONG-HEARTED LOVING HONDA 35QTWIN You've just cres'ed a. hill CB 350G With your new Honda 350, or exulted in its mastery over a traffic challenge, or skimmed effortlessly down miles of secondary roads. At last you've found the strong-hearted, responsive partner you've been looking for. And because it's a Honda you've got so many built-in dividends proven excellencs in engineering wet-weather protected front disc brake... nearby parts and service wherever you go, and safety features galore. Honda also offers a 350 superbike... the 350 four cylinder. Try them both. can handle a Honda! HOMPA DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 Aider-bridge Way, Richmond, B.C. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 i Southern Alberta's Largest onrl Most Progressive Motorcycle Dealer close to suspension PHILADELPHIA (AP) Keith Allen, general manager of Philadelphia Flyers, came close to being suspended this season because the clvb had incurred so many psnallies, The Inquirer reported today. "I didn't tell him he nvald b3 Clarence Camp- bell, Hockey League president, tclri The Inquirer in Montreal Monday. "But I varned him that action would be taken. And I have the au- thority to suspend A confrontation between Al- len, club owner Ed Snider and Campb'Il cam; during a season in which the Flyers set a league record of 1.754 minutes for pen- alties incurred and challenges to referees' decisions. The previous record of 1.371 was set in 1970-71 by Vancouver Canucks. "When you continually attack the officials, you are attacking i the structure of the Campbell was quoted as saying. He explained his complaint was not the number of penalties the Flyers received, but their con- duct after each infraction was called. Campbell, noting the Flyers had 36 misconduct penalties, DON TSUJIURA ace results CALGARY (CP1 Victoria Park 1 race results Monday j FIRST i rlaiminq, 3 year old mai- dens, 5 furlonqs. Porquc ii iWcCauley) 1800 8.20 5.20, Wlnscope (Whittle 6.40 4.60, W ndy Haven (SmclaM 3.20. Tiire- 1 05 1-5. Ben's Cnoice, Cotton Tom, Pool Hall, Miss Starspeed, Lucky Impres- s'on also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds mai- dens, 5 furlongs. The God Datjqhter 2110 8 CO, Rain Taurus (Hcdge> 5.10. Tims: Judy Star, New Response, Call Me Star, Campus Rebel, Rebel Robin also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 5 year olds and up 7 furlongs. Avon's Talent (Parsons) 9 60 In Arain (Wat'.on) 470 A 00, Blessed Hour (Giesbrecht) 570. Time- VTO Uncle Smoothie, Sharp Penlv, Star i rip, Careless Shy Pirate ran. EIGHTH claimlno, t year olds and up, 7 Front Desk (Camot-oll) 13.10 4 530, Iron Admiral (Hcd-ie) 3.40 3.10, Timely Farmer (Phelan) 480 Time: 4-5. Mess Tirre, Brown Marine, More Money, Gematlon and Mighty Hawk also ran. NINTH S1.500 claiming, 4 yesr olds and up, 7 fnrlonas Taroufer (Watson) 6 70 00 3 90 Hciv- flyn's Srroke 1210 6.00 Frioo (Shields) 3.10. Time 1 "0 7 5 Hot Our'.t, Cotto1" rut'Tf, Grand Pulla Worn, Obligation OUINELLA: said he had been receiving nu- merous complaints from bague referees on abuse handed them by members of the Flyers. "I was tolcl that they contin- ually refused to go to the pen- alty box after a Campbell continued. "And Dave Schultz's challenging the bench after receiving three penalties, that's insane." After a month of reports from referes-in-chief Scotty Morrison, Campbell said he decided to take some action. He phoned Allen and Snider and warned them about the team's conduct. He said he was prepared to take drastic action, like suspending the general manager. Campbell said both men "gave me some flak, but their arguments were invalid.'' Allen confirmed there had been a conference. "Suffice say there was a discussion on penalties. He (Campbell) was pointing out that we were tak- ing a lot of misconducts and jgamc misconducts. I told him we were not going to change our style of play. On that we had no disagreement." Campbell and Morrison both denied any special instructions had been dispatched to the NHL refereeing staff pertaining to the Fivers. But Allen, during the season, continually inferred that special treatment was given to the team. Lacrosse mass outing The Lethbridge Lacrosse As- sociation will stage its first mass practice for Kinsmen minor lacrosse teams tonight. All interested players wish- ing to make either the Kinsmen pee wee Comets or the Kins- men bantam Warlords are wel- coms to attend. The practice will get under way at 6 p.m. at the Adams Ice Centre. The juvenile lacrosse team will also practice but not until Wednesday night at p.m. at Adams. In both cases LLA officials have decided to accept a num- ber cf registrations for all age groups either tonight or Wednes- day. Les Colwill, Stan Maxwell to instruct The City of Lethbridge Com- munity Services Department to- day announced that Stan Max- well and Les Colwill been added to the list of instructors for the first annual Games City Hockey School. Maxwell and Colwill, both of Lethbridge, will assist guest in- structor Vic Stasiuk. coach of the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League. Maxwell played senior hoc- key in Lethbridge before turn- ing pro. His stops on the pro- fessional circuit included New Westminster, Buffalo and Mon- treal. Colwill, a former Lethbridge Native Son, turned professional with Saskatoon and as well played in Vancouver and in New York with the Rangers. The Games City Hockey School mail in registration forms will be appearing in The Lethbridge Herald commencing this Saturday, May 5. For fur- ther information, contact 328- 2341. extension 256 or 327-1310. All applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. INSTA-ROLL TRAVEL AWNINGS PREBCO Awning remains on the trailer when travelling. Can be set up by one person in 5 minutes. Vinyl covered polyester fabric. Heat sealed (eakproof seams. 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But then the bottom fell in on the defending Scth Martin, the former Ca- nadian National goalie and a stalwart in this scries, suffered a jammed neck m a goalmouth co'lision and retired from the prme. His replacement Dave Cox. allowed two goals in three shots as the Mohawks got goals frcm Bazylo end Bueckert to close c'lt the period. St. Boniface continued their onslaught on Cox as Dave Rich- rrdscn added iwo goals, Bueck- ert his third and Gary Kwas- ntza. the final Mohawk tally. Larry Palanio rounded out the Spokane scoring with JU.-.1 under lour minutes remaining in the Spokane outshct the home team -10-35 and toek 10 of 18 penalties in the contest. 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