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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ruins Ask Question After Coach Sinden Leaves Club 'How Can A Guy Quit When He's On BOSTON (CP) 'How can a guy quit when he's on That question by goalie Gerry Cheevers of Boston Bruins typi- fies the bewildcrmen of his team-mates and others in the National Hockey League to the announcement Thursday that Harry Sinden has quit as Boston to enter private business. Sinden, who last Sunday drank champagne in Boston Garden after coaching the Bruins to their first Stanley Cup championship in 29 years, dropped his bombshell on the First Chance For Golfers With .fee Lethbridge golf sea son well under way at both lo- cal courses the first tourna meat of the year is slated fo Saturday, Sunday and Monday Golfers from various parts o Alberta, B.C. and Montana wi! tee-off Saturday morning the annual First Chance Tour nament starts at Henderson Lake Golf Club. Eighteen holes of qualifica tion will start proceedings wiH the first foursome set to tee-of at eight o'clock. The three day event will see Taber Dinner Ready There are plenty of tickets left for Saturday's Tab'er Civic Centre Building Fund Celebri- ties and Sweepstakes Dinner. According 'to dinner chair- man Pat Shimbashi the tickel sales have picked up the pasl week but there are still a good number left. Tickets will be on sale all day Saturday and may be purchased at the door as well. The Taber dinner officials have lined up an outstanding head table for Saturday includ- ing some of the top names in sports. Heading the list will be mas- ter of ceremonies Henry Viney of Calgary. He'll have the plea- sure of introducing Hod Gilbert of the New York Hangers, Frank Andruski of the Calgary Stampeders, Hed Storey, for- mer football great and Na- tional Hockey League official, Al Balding, one of Canada's outstanding professional golfers, Nancy Greene Eaine, former world ski champion, and Hec Gervais, one of Canada's top curlers. Together with the sports cele- brities will be Morey Amster- dam and Miss Canada 1970. Also at the bead table will be Aud Olson, Federal Minister of Agriculture, Hay Speaker, Min- ister of Social Development and Alberta Premier Harry Strom. The dinner, set at a plate with all proceeds go to the new Civic Centre, will get under at with a social hour. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phon. JACK FULLER 328.2515 54 holes of medal play decide the chamnion. The format of the event 1 been changed for this year. past few years the First C'.mnce was a best- ball twosome, but not so this time around. Included in the weekend ac- tion will be a horse race. The horse race, set for Sunday af- ternoon, will see the 10 low qual- ifiers compete. The tourney is co-sponsored by CHEC Radio and Henderson Lake. The opening draw is listed below. To date some 50 golfers have entered but provisions have been made for late and post entries. Tee times for late or post entries will be posted on the bulletin board. GOLF DRAW SrOO a.m. Jim Freel Jr., Frnsi Baalim, Earl Ingarfleld, Ted Smith. a.m. Hal Brown, Roger Gl lill, Ray Rhodes, Joe Turtles. a.m. Ron Bruchetr Dick Rem pel, Alex Murrell, Bob Babkl. a.m. Larry PIzzey, Barr Klmery, Bob Arras, Murray Mills. a.m. Don Tlllolson, Dui Glllesple, Jim Martin, Morris Soslck a.m. Ron Berlando, CIII Cook, Tom Clare, John Shuya a.m. Grant Melntosh, Gre Hales, Roy Ully, Tom Gcileny. a.m. toggle Erlckson, _. Lazaruk, Ron Weed, Georgs- Sllnson. a.m. Ted Wllklna, Ted Hues es, Lome Suitor, Bob Galvln. Boston management Wednes- day, but the announcement was not made public until Thursday. "The first I heard of it was at Wednesday general manager Milt Schmidt said. "I got back from a late lunch and he was waiting for me. "He said he wanted to talk. I said fine, and the first words he said were that he was going to retire. I said, 'What, say that and then I asked him il1 it was anything from this end that was bothering him." Sinden, whose two-year con- tract ran out after the Bruins won the Stanley Cup, said, his relations with Boston manage- ment had nothing to do with his decision to quit. He regretted leaving hockey but he had an ANDY CAPP a.m. Carrier, Jim Albert Patterson, Bill Kar bashewskl. a.m. Jim Rankln, Bob Ski. Ion, Jerry Williamson, Fred Kallcum a.m. SIM Goodwin, Dli Taylor, Lawrenci Hcrmanuti, Be Bell. a r Howard Trlpp. (rest I Preakness Will See 14 Starters BALTIMORE (AP) Dus Commander, winner of the Ken ucky Derby, heads a field of 14 hree-year-olds who take a sho' at the Preakness and the first race in the history of the Triple Crown. K all go to the post p.m. MST Saturday, the 'Urse will be with going to the winner. To give Dust Commander a :hance at becoming the firsl Yiple Crown winner since Cita- tion won the Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes in 1948, owner Bob Lehmano had to sup- >Iement the colt for Thursday because it had not >een nominated. Lehmann's 19-y e a r -o I d son a cheque to 'reakness officials, including he supplement and for entry and starting PIPE SMOKERS! Meet LEONARD PAYNE IN PERSON at SMOKE SHOP S Main Floor Profistional Bldg. FRIDAY and SATURDAY My thanks to those of you who have made my "ORIGINAL" the most accepted Pipe In Canada. Made in Canada. LEONARD PAYNE ORIGINAL at 7.5Q The LEONARD PAYNE CLASSIC at.......... S10.00 Tho only guarantee of its kind in tho World. "You Never, Ever, pay for any repairs all the lime you have your Pipe." Set the entire leleclion at Mareel'i Smolct Shop. TAKE THIS COUPON ALONG, AND WITH YOUR PURCHASE, THEY'LL GIVE YOU A PACKAGE OF YOUR FAVORITE TOBACCO WITH MY COMPLIMENTS. Now may I introduce our Newest Pipe for Wet Smokers. No Messy Filters. The Leonard Payne "Classic Special" Duty Free Repair Free As featured on TV It has its own built in Condenser so you never get the Now you can enjoy the Driest possible smoke. Don't suffer q "Nip on tho Tongue." SMOKE A LEONARD PAYNE CANADIAN PIPE. ICANTUNOERSTAWO1T. TELLIN I'VE BEEN BARRED FROM THE ARMS' FLO-.' NOU'ffE FRIESN.V WITH THE LANDLORD'S, wi FE, COULDN'T YO 'AVE A VCRB WlTH'ER Minor Baseball Marty Maxwell struck out 13 batters and gave up only six hits as the Comets posted a 19-7 Senior Little League vic- tory over the Senators. Barry Schmidt led the winners at the plate against losing pit- cher Randy Stevens as he rap- ped out a double and two singles while Cliff Miyashiro and Don Hunt had a triple and single each. Ezio Gardin paced the Sen- ators with a triple and two sin- gles while losing pitcher Stev- ens added two singles. Ken Duce was the winning pitcher while Ken Kurtz absorb- ed tha loss as the Braves bounc- ed the Tigers 7-4 in a Senior Little League contest. John Wadden had a home run and two singles as the Cardin- als swamped the Cubs 24-11 in a Norcrest Little League tilt. Tim McCuaig was the win- ning hurler while the loss was tagged on Ton! Simloni. Rocky Magee added two doub- es and a single for the win- ners while Jack Simpson chip- ped in with a double and two singles. Ron Wells had a double and :wq singles in a losing cause 'or the Cubs while Hans De Grpot helped out with three sin- les. Larry Lennox was the winning chucker and helped himself at the plage with a double and a ingle as the Tigers edged the ndians 7-6 in Lakeside Little League action. Dale Boychuk added a double and single for the winners against losing pitcher Brent llaxwell. Darrel Osmond had a double and two singles for the Indians. The Panthers outlasted the lougars Wednesday evening in Vorcrest Minor League action. Joey Gillett was the win- ning pitcher. Douglas Doubinin and Peter Piekema belted home runs for the winners. The Yankees outlasted the Angels 10-6 in Lakeside Little League as Kenny Hall struck out 11 for the win. Dave Pocza, while fanning 10, was the loser. Hall, who gave up just five liits, aided his own cause with a double and a single. Curtis Schweitzer chipped in with the same hits. Pocza managed a pair of singles for the Angles. Five Records FaU By Wayside A total of five records wer broken Wednesday at the sec ond annual CoaJdale Kate An draws Relays. A pair of records were shat tered in the high school girls competition as the team o Nancy Hudson, Charlene Ont kean, Karen Brecka and Bob bie Thompson from Kate An drews had a time of ir the 440 yard relay to set record while the team o Nancy Hudson, Marilyn Toews Bobbie Thompson and Be Boulton, also from Kate An drews, had a time of t establish a new record in th 80 yard relay. Kate Andrews also placet first in the high school girls 440-yard relay while the Leth bridge Collegiate Institute won out in the medley relay. Two records fell by the way side in the high school boys competition as the Kate An drews team of Ian McGillvray Bryan Drewry, Chris Rearson and Vic Wasilenko was the 440 yard relay with a time oi while the team of Vic Wasilenko, Robert Uhryn, Ed Nedza and David Matthies also from Kate Andrews, set f new record in the medley relay with a time of WE'RE OPEN 24 Hours A Day Everyday! ALL YOU NEED TO BIBIGONE INCLUDING: Fishing Licencei Bait Etc., Etc. iure to Check Our Sefoclion of Sitrvo Tapfli. one of iht largeit dis- in Southern AFbartP, MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Mechanic On Duly from 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m. Mon., Thur., Fri. Kale Andrew's made It a clean sweep in the high school boys' class as ihey also won the 880 yard relay and the 440-yard relay. Coalhurst Junior High set the other record in the junior high soys' class as the team of Jack Koth, Ray Ensign, Jerry Zajac and Joe Masnuk turned in a time of in the 880-yard relay. Other winners In the Junior u'gh boys' competition were Coaldale R. I. Baker in the 440 yard relay and Hamilton Junior High of Lethbridge in the medley relay. 'excellent opportunely" was "going on to exciting ne challenges and opportunities mass residential construction. PLAYED IN MINOIIS The 37-year-old Collins Ont., native, who played all h hockey in the minors before a cepting the job four years ag to coach the last-place Bruin will be assistant director o sales engineering for Stirlln Homx Corp. of Avon, N.Y., housing-manufacturing concern operated by a boyhood friend. "This opportunity came u and my wife and I talked it ovi for about a he said in an interview. "I made up my mind just be- fore Christmas and the peop! at Stirling Homex have known all along that I would be joinin Most of the Boston players who heard the news while play ing in a golf tournament nt Sc tuate, Mass., expressed surpris and disappointment. Some comments: Bobby Orr: "We are losing damn good man. We did th playing but he was there wit us working every night." Derek Sanderson: "It's a blow to all of us. A new coach won be able to handle the club lik Harry. I hate to see him g He's the best coach I have eve played for.' Pliil Esposito: 'He certain! did a great job with this club, am very disappointed." SAM SHOCKED Sam Pollock, vice-presiden and general manager of Mon treal Canadiens, said Sinden i "an intelligent guy." If he made this decision, have to think he knows what h is doing. This is a rea shocker." Sinden, a minor-league de enceman, was captain of Whilb Dunlops in 1958 when they bea the Russians for the world ama teur title. He later became playing coach of Kingston Prontenac and Minneapolis Bruins befor taking over at Oklahoma Cit as coach of the Blazers, Bos ton's top minor-league affiliate He led them to the Centra League championship in 1965-6 and moved up to the Bostor club when Schmidt advanced to the front office He coached the Bruins into the playoffs for th first time in nine years during his second season in 1967-68. McLeod Says No To Coast Offer VICTORIA (CP) Bob Reid managing director of Victor! Sugars of the B.C. Junior Hoc. key League, announced Wee nesday that Jackie McLeoc 'ormer coach of the Canadian national team, has turned down an offer to become manager coach of the junior club. "We now have to get work ing on other sail Reid. "We are very disappoint ed. Jackie appeared to be very interested but I guess he wouli rather stay in Saskatchewan.' WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, MAY 18- p.m. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vi MIGHTY URSUS MOSCA AND MARCONI vi BELAFONTE and KROFFAT CHRISTY BROS, vi HAYES AND CANNON LUECK vi SHARPADZE VALENTINE vi SWEETAN Admliiion S2 1.50 Box Offit. Op.nl p.m. Walch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Saturday Aflernoon and Monday night on CJLH-TV Channel 7 WINDSHIELDS BROKEN? Have it replaced now by ex- perts at Lethbridge Sash Door! FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY OP YOUR CARI LETHBRIDGE Corner Sth Avt., 4lh St. f. Phont 327-1581 Friday, May IS, 1970 THI LITHZRIDGI HIRALD MMHlilS WRIST POSITION AT THE TOP To keep; yoar clubfzce to the intended lino throughout (he iwlng, yea must hive correct wriil position it thi lop or the bsckswing. Todiy'i best golferr slriv> to keep [he left wrist mora or leii itroight at the This it the square position; one that enibla you to swing the club head down intQ tht ball tnd gtt, it night 'iholi without' further mantpult- lion of the hands. If your left wrist ii convex, you'll probibly ilice. If it'i concave, you'll prob- ably hoot. The right wrist li Important, too. It should be directly Ihe club at the top. This helpi produce proper wrlsl-coeic, allow- ing you to "Hail" ths clubheid through the ball. mo run. Rodeo Title To McLean CALGARY (CP) Lorraine McLean, a Calgary school teacher, was the senior all- round champion at the fifth annual Canadian Girls Rodeo Association all girl rodeo Wed- nesday night. More than 150 girls from'the four western provinces and the United States competed. The junior champion was El- va Walgenbach of Stettler. Alta. Kathy Dinndorf of Phoenix, Ariz., won the steer undecorat- ing event before a crowd of 500. June Fox of Golden, B.C., won the senior cow riding, Jcannine Powell of Millarville, Alta., riding Bar 2 Sunday, tha cutting horse event, Effie Simp- son of Calgary senior goat tying and Maureen Hewitt of Midna- pore, Alta., junior goat tying. Greased or Dry Lubrication. Bullets require lubrication to prevent barrel leading and corrosion and to promote accuracy. In competitive shooting, greased bullets provide tha ultimate in accuracy. Dry lubricated bullets are better suited for plinking, pests and small game shooting since they are less likely to pick up dirt grit and lint in shooters' pockets. For more information write for our Ballistics and Range Table Folder. Write CIL, P.O. Box 10, Montreal 101, Quebec. The CIL Model 470. A handsoma automatic with clip magazine, chambered for 22 long rifle. Its chequered stock and fore-end is finished in dark, rich walnut. It also has a hooded ramp foresight and a fold down adjustable rear sight An ideal rifle for small game, pests and plinking. Sporting Arms Ammunition. HOYT'S DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avt. S., Lethbridge, Alta. Phont 327-5767 ;