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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta .Sitvjw Kings ivithoul a boss Pal, Sullivan-. nbmii Ihe n 5 I o n i v opposition I'oi- v.licn llioy .1 showdown1.' I'Le ilit1 idea ai all. mo correctly it was Danny ....-'til Iho Drums Jiiot'l. Ihc Russians. I'.iiuiit in my iniad Hull. Ihc Bruins liillc trouble, defeat Ihc Hus- ;ii, llioy I Iho chance to play >T Si.uiley tup winning teams have liic Bruins arc Ihe National I'm sure they won'L il comes limi' to select a Ca- Iho KiHsians ill September. rv.'morv, if nc-.xl lie. Panada, for ..I l.j a'.lov.cd lu ice a learn of j l Kusaiaiis. The Uvo clubs v.'ill in one each in Montreal, Yr.p.t Oliver and [mir in Russia, '.ui aid the Canadian Amateur Ilock- d ih'j v.x.rk lo the series. i'" i r.n.ii-o iniercsl compares i Cm. a fir.-! and so I feel that as many players ui.-uld y_i a chance lo oppose the So- c( Ihe Ddroit Rod Wings, a spo- Players' Association, says Ihat i: MIL will v.-anL lo play Ihe Rus- ii.-i is the licsl. a Russian amalcur ru r s, j o nal. Berenson feels palriol- it you mo it will, and o iiui'jkl and I feel will, ice the best i.nly happen in the movies but I would four teams from the ranks n MIL piny Ihe Russians on altematc v h.i) them soundly. A demonstration of iv.liiire of play in the NHL, wouldn't i to v.rile home about but i T'-' to be. r-pioni the Russians in all but maybe one v. enjoy the satisfaction of having the. ri lolling Ihc world v.e lold you so and, gUy say "big deal, you didn't vrrld champs you beat the second place :v firs' time in n-ne, years the Czechs :.a for the world title. cf the Lethbridge Lions Amateur Swim that the 1971-72 season is fast coming -c Only one more meet is scheduled for r.-. 17 in Red Deer. .ho lime in quite some time the club :i to close out the season. The meeting is set for .June 10 at v> about Ihc free meal we will in.' Dick also pointed out that the club i'ur recniiU for the 1972-73 season .Sopicmber. interested in competitive swim- L'ick at or 327-0590 for more j o the coast to take part in the North West Invitational meet, rc-corcl Over 300 swimmers took part in the two-day competition V.'endy which drew swimmers from B. Washington, Oregon anrl AI- c sc REQUIRED conditions willi company brncfitv APPLY COM EBBERT MANAGER MOTORS LTD. 'i Plionn 327-1591 rowsnest gary Centennials signed working agreement w i f h the In his two years the Kings they finished second and third respectively and each year lost in the playoffs to Red Deer Rustlers. Cliapman played his junior hockey under Munro in Esle- van wilh Ihe Bruins. He had a fling in professional hockey in the Eastern League with Day. ton, Syracuse and Clinton be- fore Uking up coaching at the junior level. It is expected that Munro, with the move of Chapman to the Pass, will make availablo a number of players lo tha Par.s entry. It was also learned today that the name of the Crows- nest Pass entry will be the Red Devils. The name was selected by means of a contest conduct- ed throughout towns in the Crowsnest. Syd Hall, who last year step- ped down as general manager of the Lelhbridge lungs hut is "till a share-holder in the club aid Chapman's departure not come as a surprise. "We, Carl Trentini. Adrian Uitbeyerse and myself knew Chapman would be aid Hall this morning. "It won't affect Hall con- tinued. "Munro won't be here this year so things are sort of up in the air at the moment." "With Chapman gone we can go ahead with some of our own said Hall. He also said a new coach could be announced in a couple of days. "Put it this way.1' he "We'll have concrete in two or three days." Hall also stated the Kings have worked out a tentative agreement with Munro as to the purchase of players hut ho dispelled the rumor that Munro had bought the club. Meanwhile, reports continue to circulate that a group of Lcthbridge business in o u have opened negotiations tn pur- chase the Sugar Kinss outright from Munro, Hall, Trentini and Uitbeyerse. BIG ONES Norm LeCloire and his three sons from Lclhbridge have had soma gocd luck while out angling, but nothing q uite like the days they ban1 earlier this week. Norm is above with his sons Brian 8, Peter 10 and Paul 12. Caught in Cross Coulee south of Raymond, the th ree pike weighed in at a [Mile more than 100 pounds. Bail was red and white lures and smelts. Those in the foreground are in the eight to 10-pound class. Reason for all 1 he laughter: the middleman couldn't lift his colch. Tic Native SQJIS 7-7 in. overtime Lethhridge swimmers Henry Van Epteren, Susan Hunt and Gleb turned in fine per- 2'1'i-melre j formances as each reached the 2'lT.3. i finals of the meet, second place j A number of well-known niL-Lie look pan in Iho ovciit including Leslie Cliff, standard i 'Iai'ic Gurr ancl Wendy locals will make the trip In Edmonton liiis weekend lor Ihe provincial summer champ- ion'-hipn. on l'-.n viil ho Hrnry Ynn E-teiTn. Tim Fnd Emcr- Ciiitly Gleb, Shirley an V.V-dv RndcT- nnrt :i mr-d June 17. In :n meantime a bnnnuct i.i ir, jarr. m a[ tii-i" a ..I; ill- will also be ci'-u- Icd. M-. Ffjllo-.'.-ins Ihe Red Dr-er mort in Ihc .il-.u swinirnurs are idle nn'il li'.e y.jpioniiic'r r.t whifii lime v.ili br ''..'1'iTI membr-ri Any ynuncslfr 'if in Ihe club irny iv cr.i.ili, or 327-05iW [nr more informnlion. Hawks finally for a point as !o an overtime 7-7 against the Letli- 'i1. e vSons in Southern Lacrosse League nir'p.l. .'ioiis cncoiuHei's, L- bested s H-7 and Ji-fi. conle.Tt staged Lake Ice 'h manager! to :r aficr the first lead after the 'i hut with two goals to force the game iiitn Doug Nakama tallied nl the mark of the final period to make the score 7-G therj watched Lee Fox blast in a 'power-play at the mark to square things up. Jerry ,St. Jean assisted on both occasions. During. Ihe last two minutes in regulalion time, goalie Dave Snell was oulstar.d- ing to .say the least as he i blocked six close in shots wliilu his team was short-handed. Snell made a r.ive in Ihe of play he f-Ioiv Sons' fonvnrd Ken Eoy- iJAi'F A F1 TMiSTV VE4R5 As1 A? i NEVER OSCS GOT A SPOT Or Lift-.ZZ c-liuk nil n clonr-cut. break-away. Tn Iho 10-minutc overlime pe- ricd it was Ihc Sons' Roaltend- cr, Yrldas who made the big difference. Zajancsushas tumed a s I d P iv. o one hy Pon Cl-inic'r.vciri ar.tl anolhcr by Ron Low. In Ihe Ihe dead- Kivclmer, Bob Ken liamniersLedt, Bill Shaw, Doyciiuk, Nahama ar.cl KOM pcoi'od v.'hife LiiL'o, Low. Ken GrcRiis, Art Enrohnm, linger iMcAclam. lor r.rd Cr.ry Romses iir'na'.'cd a cp.cii. D-.-.-in1: I'.e o[ p'-y, I'al-icr piciicd "p 10 of 14 v.iLh the oiily 10-mimile misconduct. Greens was nailed for his rocond 10-miniilc psnnlty dur- ing season, play for arguing a lilMc too much. The Sons will see action njjain on thn weekend wlicn they avel In Calvary for a game Ihc Shamrocks while tin; Hawks will host the Cal- gary I'romiiTS. Generals open with close win M and K Generals opened their 1972 Citv Comm e r c i a I Mens' Fastball League season with a victory as they edged the Labor Cluh 2-1 in the open- ing game Tuesday night. Kayo Elliot picked up the mound win over George Jacki as they both went the distance. Tom Tamura paced the Gen- erals with a pair of singles while Bill Cliristenson added a double. Meanwhile In the second con- test of the evening, Miners' Li- brary blasted the Lethbridge Hotel Juniors 9-1. George Sanloni earned the mound verdict while brother Danny aided the cause with a home run. Miners are playing strictly on an exhibition basis during Uie season. Action will resume Thursday night when the Labor Club take on the Juniors at 7 p.m. while the Generals meet the City Electric at p.m. Both games will be staged at the Dave Elton fastball park. Jim Harrison au Oil Ring? WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) Centre Jim Harrison of Toronlo Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League has signed a contract with Edmonton Oil Kin.cis of the Hockey As- sociation, another member of last year's Maple Leafs said Tuesday night. In an inlerview at R sports celebrity dinner, Brad Sclwood, who signed a three-year con- tract with the WHA's New Eng- land Whalers earlier tliis month, said Toronto general manager Jim Gregory "fold Harrison ho was inconsistent and offered him n raise'' before Harrison accepted the W11A contract. ij t-J-- _ it 'K CIGARETTE CHAPMAN TO PASS John Chapman was named coach of the Crowsnest Pass enlry in 1he Alberla Junior Hockey League it was announced today. Lmor jjaseBai ,-uid pave Kim Tinordi limited the Pir- ates lo five hits and paced the Cardinals to a slim 6-5 victory in Nor cost Little League ac- tion Tuesday night. Ron Trone suffered the loss. Frank Kogler paced the Cards with a triple and a single while Rod Tomita manager] a double and a single in a losing The Braves ouUys'cfl t li c Expos 1G-IO with HerJyoii Bun- nage earninp tlie Rodney Kirk bok the loss. Mark Wolosyn stroked a dou- ble and a single for the win- ners while Robert Stanley poked out three singles for the uckr. l'. In Senior LiLLle play lflc Hcri Uie Pirates out scorer! Ihr Ex- pos lo-U. David MIskulin be.sied Brian Currie on the mound. with a home run and two sin- gles. In another encounter, tha Cubs belled the Tigers 14-6. Jack Price over Bob Thorn. At Lakeside Little League, Harvey Pocza fired a no-hitter Anpcls a 11-2 win over Hie Yankees. r.ir.nuii: (r-oh the loss nine liils. Pocza aided his own cause wilh a home run and sin- gles while Darin Chaki chipped in wilh two doubles. Robert Ordcn allnwed only four hili and n'-iirlcrl the Can- Greg Kveder led the Pirates Dcnni- Taylor paced the Can- ucks with a triple and two dou- bles. ELRICH TIRE AB GUE H 1.000 1.0'K) -M7 .500 Pcl.l Lelhbridge Cal. Cal. Giants Edm, Tigers Rod D9cr 0 5 000 5 Edm. Blua Willow 0 5 .000 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W L Pet. GBL 19 1 .725 3-1 U .633 .1 17 .541 7Vi 17 11 .436 16 21 13 15 25 .375 1-1 WEST 25 16 .410 New York Pittsburgh Chicago" Monlr'cat all 2-1 16 .600 17 18 .J3S (1-5) at Chicago Allan San Diego San Francisco TODAY'S GAMES 5r. Loiris Gibso Jenkins [5-.ll Pillsburgh Briies (3-1) at Montreal Renku (1-3) N Philadelphia Chamclwi (3-2) al New York Scavrr H San Diena Klrby (3-5) at Allanle Nifikro (fr-'l N Cincinnati Nolan (6-1) at Houston Robert (7-5) N Lcs Angeles Dnv.-ning (2-2) nt San Francisco Bryant (23) TUESDAY'S RESULTS Philndrlphla dOO CDO 003 Nrw Ycrk 70J ICO 7 11 1 C a r I t r n Twiicne'l 'i) and Ryan; W.al'ack (6-0) and Grclc. Los Anqeks ?10 tTO 5 8 D San Francisco CIO DID 3 1? 0 Oslecri (4-21 Mikke'sen (E) and Di-li tlms McDowell (6-2) Barr (R) and Rdder. (12) Cincinnati .DOT 013 0 Houston 031 000 5 1 0 BiMinghflm (1-4) Carroll (9) and Wilson (3-4) Culver (7) Rlss- inn.irne (7) and Edwards. HRs: Bench (2) SI. Louis al Chicago prd., co'd San Dicon