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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 HIE inllBHIDCir "CRAID 5tiluidny, Mny 57, 19U .si'f. ouL for one year Suspensions close annual CAIIA meetings The (.'.MIA officials scl sus- pon.smiis handed (Mil lo coach Ah Cnv.i and manager Mot' Irv- ing nf Tlnimlcr Bay Vulcans ;it one year cadi. Tlie two were suspended after Hie learn left Ihc ice at the mark of Hie firsl period in Iho sixth panic of the Centennial er Cup junior filayoff scries M'illi Guclph CMCs. In addition, Ihe CAIIA rccom. mended Thunder Bay's .share ot revenues from liie scries he foi- fcilsd lo Uie association to cov- any legal liabilities thai m IBM arise. The budget for the HI72-7H sea- son puts revenues at anil expenses al. In 1971-72, the CAIIA had a rcvc- nuc of and expenses ol An extra was added lo I lie budget for a devefopujefjl service program. (iordon .Juckes, CAIIA execu- tive-director, said the associa- tion to persuade the fed- eral government to match the M'.V of U boxing championships reslern Canada tops list SASKATOON il'Pi Western Canada won six of the It bouts at the- Canadian national ama- leur boxing championships aild Oh inpic trials Friday night. Ian Clyde of Montreal was de- clared champion in Ihe 105- pound lipiit I w c i g h I class lies. Que., in the 112-pound fly-, son of Rocky Mountain House, weight class. The r e f c r e e i Alia., won a hard-fought deci-11 -By Pat SidlivanJI ..hen no western challenger was j Les Hamilton of Vancouver named. won a close decision over Lea Chris lus of Vancouver cle- Sauve of Montreal in the 119- fealed liejean l.avoie nt Sept pound class while Dale Ancler- stopped the bout at the I sion over Paul Colletle of Mont- minute mark of the second real in Hie 125-pound class, round. Tus won a silver medat recently at Ihe international boxiiiR tournament in the Neth- erlands. liy TAT SULLIVAN Herald Sporls Writer Earl Ingarfield of Loth- bridge be added lo the local fralcrnitj "f National Hockey League cojc.-lics? Ingarficlri. prescndy al home plans lo scout tor ihe New York Islanders of the NHL an expansion franchise, has been approached with an offcr to coach Ihe first-year Islanders. "f have been offered the job, said Ingarfield today. But according to the 13-year veter- an oE the MIL, he has not mada Carroll Morgan o( stopped Dill up his mind what his Immedi- ate plans are. This past winter Ingarfield coached the Hegina Pats of the Western Cajjada Hockey League and guided the Tats to first place in Ihe east division of Uio league and a herth in the league playoff finals before bowing to the Edmonton Oil Kings. Tt was just some 10 days ago that Inky stepped doivn as coach of the Pats lo concen- trate on the job as head western scout tor the Islanders. "The Islanders had asked me if I was interested in coaching just last added Ingar- field. "However, they made it definite this time. Ingarfield in dicated llial if he wanted the job it was his. The New York area Is tamili- ar to Ingarfie-Id as h c spent better than nine seasons with the Piangcrs before going to j Pittsburgh Penem'ns. He finish- j HlCCt The Easl won a bout when Jose Martinez of Montreal ham- in c r e d Paul Dibeneddlo of Prince George, B.C. in Ihc 132- pound class. iMarv Arneson of Winnipeg used all his experience in bat- tling toe lo toe with Michel Urierc of Montreal, and winning a close decision in the 139-pound class and Dennis Bercier of Winnipeg defeated Leo Charles Pellotier of Eel River Crossing, N'.B., by a wide margin in Ihe 147-pound class. Eernie Guindon, also of Winni- peg, wasted no time in defend- ing his 156-pound class title as he easily defeated Jean Paul Se- guin of Hull, at the minute mark of the first round. The East came back as Jim French of Windsor won a closed decision over Wayne Caplette of Winnipeg for the 105-pound title. In the light heavyweight divi- sion, Charles Stewart of Wind- sor Out., defeated Jerry Day of Edmonton while heavyweight Antigonish, Turner of Winnipeg at the minute mark of the third round. Morgan received a trophy for Uie outstanding boxer of the evening. Friday's winners compete in the North American champion- ships to be held here Sunday. a SAAR plans exciting EAUL IXCAHFIELD ed his career with the California Golden Scais. "Lot's just say I'm thinking things laparlield closed. Should Ingarfield lake the job as coach he would join Lcth- bridgc's Vic Slasiuk as an .MIL coach Stasiuk, after California did not renew his contract took a job wilh the Vancouver Can- ucks as coach. Dous T'arkley. another Lclh- bridge native son was Ihe coach al Detroit early in the 1370-71 season. Aal Enckson ol Leth- bridge coaches the Phoenix Roadnrnners of the Western Hockey League. The Southern Alberta Auto Racers have planned, what could possibly be the most ex- citing race meet ever staged at Ihe LcLbbridge Exhibition Speedway Sunday. SAAR have brought in some 13 Super-slock cars from C r a n- brook, Kalispcll, Edmonton. Cal- gary to join a few from bridL'e for Ihe Sunday affair. Two other classes, the "C'1 class and Claimer class will also IK on lap for the afternoon. Time (rials are set for p.m. while the races will gel i under way at p.m. KIRK'S SERVICE DEPARTMENT ONE WEEK ONLY! May 29 to June 3rd WHEEL ALIGNMENTS FOR ALL !i TON TRUCKS Adjusl camber caster Check steering Set toe-in toe-out cylinders, check nrc nhocs to OC OO oo.oo We need your old worn-out Hres! TRADE NOW FOR UFETIME GUARANTEE TIGER TREAD RETREADED TIRES BIT OF EVERYTHING The recent Chi- nook Classic at Henderson Lake Golf Club may not have been the best golf tournament I have ever covered, but it is in the fop two I don't think there could be much improvement from any angle Earl Francis, the professional at the Lake Layout, with help from old friend Tom Snowden, kept the tourney moving at a steady, comfortable pace Tlie grounds crew, who never seem to get the credit due them, had the course itself in Beautiful shape I heard more than one golfer remark on the excellent condition the course is in An even bigger chore this spring after the hard winter the greens were subjected to The happiest guy after the tournament had lo be Allen Ford of the Saskat- chewan Roughriders "I'm going to have to do a lot of roadwork to take off the after affect of the week- he said as he was leaving He did, however assure everyone he would be hack next year. I thought the final rounds and Ihe horse race provided, the interested spectators wilh some of the finest golf seen in Lethhridge for a Jong time There was very little lo choose between Doug Silverberg and Ken Wasslen of Calgary and Laurie Scott of Edmon- ton Rilverberg emerged with the spoils but he was first to admit he had been in a whale of a fight. 1 see where Nick Zubray, who once staged a fight fiasco in Lellibridge, is suing boxing promoter Murray Pezim for Pezim, you'll, remem- ber, promoted the Vancouver fight between Muham- mad .Mi and George Chuvalo Pezim took a hath according to reports from the coast and now Zubray wants his share for services rendered Tlie old Ankle Express is at it again How's this for frustration? Rudy May, a pitcher with the California Angels hns a record of no wins ;md four losses In each of his games his teammates have yet to score a run for him If 1 were May I would be looking to my namesakes for some help The annual meeting of the Bowlers' Association of Alberta is set for Red Deer Sunday, .lune 4 al the Red Deer Inn The welcome mal is out lo anyone inter- ested in bowling development Tlie Indianapolis 500 got under way this morning wilh Al Unser look- ing for an unprecedented third straight victory One of the cars he will have lo conlend wilh will he the one driven by Lloyd Ruby John Laux, team manager for Ruby, says the wings on Ruby's car are so wide he's afraid of being hijacked Foster Brooke, comedian, said, after playing in the Byron Nelson Classic Golf pro-am event ".I played so bud I thought Ihe only way for me to help my learn would be to have a heart attack Then I realized that would be a stroke, too." Do you remember I said I couldn't think of any other three brothers, other than the Maxwell's, play- ing baseball on the same team in Lcthbridgc? Well, 1 wasn't for out Slim Wolstoncroft assures me that there are only three others There were Ted, King and Stan Chervinski George, Andy and Alex Yanosik as well as Ollie, Ernie and Fred Luciani Lethbndgs Lakers, who provided better than people with a good solid brand of baseball last weekend as they opened the 1972 Alberta Major Baseball League schedule, arc on the road Ihis week- end as they travel to Red Deer to meet Ihc winlcss Elks Coach John Vaselenak predicted a sweep of games in Ihe first two weekends So far he is half right Canada's Amateur Baseball Week will be staged July 23-29 Tlie week is designed to focus attention on the value of the sport in de- veloping young Canadians This national event is being directed and co-ordinaled by the Canadian Fed- eration of Amateur Baseball with directors Ron Hay- rer of Edmonlon and Jean-Robert Nolet of Montreal. Miners' Library lournamciit set Tl-c annual Miners' Library pnlf loiirnamcnl is on tap Sun- i flay wilh some IH Boilers seek- ing (op honors. Sunday's draw is as fellows: 11 DO n.m. 'lar Piskn, B. Gibson, A ToV 11-07 fl.m. L. Thorns G. min ami Herr- i ij-J) and Duncan. Oak Jnrkson p.m 3. Prtric, p.m lemeni'.. P H. Adnmi. P. R. SanforrJ, L G. 0 Thompson. I.. Ban- Jr. V. Young, p m. F. Wnrtin, L. Batcda p.m. L. BcV. A. P. l.p-kki p.m. B. B. Brown, J. McTravis. p.m. I. M. Cole- ma n, 0. Towlc, M Dnnkin. p.m. J. Thomas, P. Glb- Linny, D. GrMs, A. Oseon. I-JO p.m. A. Park, G. Komcnnc, WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MON., MAY p.m. NA TITLE BOUT KAMATA vs THORNTON SUPERHAWK and PRINGLE vs HAYES and TOMASSO PORTZ BRUTUS 5 Big Woicli STAMPEDE WRCSTUNG CJ1HW Minor baseball The Cubs pirkccl up a 14 vic- tory over the Ginnls in Senior Liltle Le.iguo aclion Friday niRhf. Handy WalmmiRh picked up the mound verdict over Gordon Kcilh and also smacked out two doubles lo aid liis own cause. .Jack Price also ripped a Iriplo nnd a double (or tlic winners. Ten nix i Monday The C.'ivir Tennis Club will slafic il.s final lessons [or the coming season Monday al, the cotirLs-. Weather permitting, the final sessions will be held Monday commencing at fi p.m. AM members who missed the les- wins on May 17 anil 2-1 arc lu lie in aMnubnw Moll- They're here! Seiberling STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever sold! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 402 III Av< South Ham 321-6866 or 337-4445 LETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;