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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THILCTHBRIOGE HERALD November SUNNY SAN DIIQO VRULI-an-MfBKMUMVt Cattwy prtotd from pw pmM Ak AoMMHMMtaUwi. Md ART WILLIAMS TftAVBL JCINTM VILLAQIMAU THE EASIEST WWB ffW AWAKE A HOMCCC3MIN1 S 15-rooB.iveaiT opens Top golfers missing N.-C. More than 20 national open champions from around the the Peru and Pakistan title- in the inter- national field arrayed for today's start of the World Open golf tournament. But the big ones are mis- sing. United States Open champion Johnny Miller withdrew a couple of days ago. British and Canadian Open king Tom Weiskopf declined to enter this two- 144-hole event that offers to the winner. Jack Nicklaus and Lee Tre- vino also are absentees. But sponsors insist they have one of the strongest fields ever assembled for a single event. They point to such inter- national stars as South- African Gary Australian Bruce Peter Oosterhuis of England and Roberto de Vicenzo of Argentina. Eight of the 12 players who have won or more this season are on along with 26 of the 31 men who have won titles on the 1973 American tour. There are 90 of the top 100 American money-winners competing for the biggest purse the golf world has ever seen. But Nicklaus and Weiskpof are on a big game hunting trip. Miller has the flu. Trevino just isn't playing. Those four represent 16 titles for the year and combined 1973 golf earnings in excess of million. Their along with the cancellation of national television coverage by Hughes Sports Network and Cold Weather in the has cast a shadow over this new event that the sponsors are desperately seeking to erase. A better not really. But a Simpsons-Sears Maintenance Agreement is the better way to keep your TV whatever your major appliance in top working condition. For just pennies a we assume total responsibility for all service and parts necessary to keep your Simpsons-Sears appliance working per- fectly. There are no unexpected repair bills. No exasperating delays. We provide unlimited service even if the problem is such as a blown So don't get caught with an expired guarantee. For complete peace of do it the better way. Put Simpsons- Sears under contract with a Maintenance Agreement today. Phone 328-9231 Ext. 283 FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION Charge it on your all-purpose account Sears Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get tht finest guarantee free delivery dally from a.m. to pirn. MM M. a.m. to p.m. Cwrtrt 328-M31 Herald- Sporti FURNITURE LTD. UiMt Lml 8.C.M. TYPEWRITERS RedWing veteran joins 'ulcer department9 Can Delvecchio survive new DETROIT Alex the last vestige of the glory years of Detroit Red has ended his 23-year playing joining ulcer of the National Hockey League team. The 41-year-old Detroit cap- who has scored more points in the NHL than anyone except former team-mate Gordie was named coach Wednesday night in place of Ted native of Ont. A league rule prohibits him from being a player-coach. The announcement was made at a news conference following Detroit's 4-1 loss to Philadelphia the Wings' ninth defeat in 12 games. was fired after a 12-game trial as coach. Under Detroit got off to the poorest start in its 48-year history and is mired in last place in the East Division with five points. think Garvin is a good but this is a business and we're not said general manager Ned Hark- who made the change after conferring with team owner Bruce Norris. which finished first eight of nine years in 1949 through 1957 and won four Stanley Cup championships in the same has made the playoffs only once in the last seven seasons. Much of the blame has been laid on Harkness and Jim executive vice-presi- dent. Delvecchio is the seventh coach in the last four years. who will be next called his ap- greatest thing that's happened in my who was behind the bench at the has been asked to remain in the organ- ization. He was coach of Detroit's Port Huron farm club of the International Hockey League before being appointed to the Red Wing job last April as replacement for fired Johnny Wilson. When Delvecchio told his wife Theresa of his new she just joined the ulcer Details of the appointment have not been worked but Delvecchio said he would ask for a written contract. Wilson and Garvin worked under handshake agreements. Known for his gentlemanly but strong Delvecchio won the Lady Byng trophy for sportsmanship three times. The veteran who has career points including 456 played one game with Detroit in the 1950-51 NAMATH MIGHT PLAY NEW YORK There's a possibility that New York Jet quarterback Joe Namath will play in Sunday's National Football League game with the New England Patriots. The star quarter- back has been out of action since the second game of the season. Skates Supreme Special Pro Black Panther Junior Supreme 2 .95 Exchange 1117-2nd Ave.S. Phone M7-MM then joined the team for good the next year. Delvecchio scored one goal and had four assists in 11 games this year. He has played in games in his career. He said some changes would be made but he does not feel they include trading centre Marcel who was in Garvin's doghouse. To coach Wings Alex 41-year-old captain of the Detroit Red was named new coach of the club replacing Ted Garvin. The new coach is the seventh since 1969. Devils' McMahon still has the lead CALGARY Peter McMahon of the Pass Red Devils continues to hold a narrow lead in the Alberta Junior Hockey League scoring race. Statistics released Wednes- day night show McMahon with 25 points on eight goals and 17 one point better than Terry Wittchen of Red Deer Rustlers who has seven goals and 17 assists. Gary Bembrid-ge of Drumheller Falcons and Randy Joevenazzo of Lethbridge Longhorns are next with 23 points each. Rod Carlson of Red Deer Rustlers continues to lead goaltenders with a goals- against average of 3.21. Red Deer defenceman Erie Switzer leads with 89 minutes in penalties. Edmonton Mets are the most penalized team with 498 minutes in 14 games. THE LEADERS 15 11 14 12 Pass RD Drum L Cal Sutler RD D.......12 11 Pushie. Drum 15 7 Cal.........14 11 RD 10 Ed m 12 9 Cal.....15 7 GP G A PttPlm 13 8 17 25 25 14 7 17 24 4 15 13 10 23 6 12 9 14 23 30 11 22 14 6 20 11 9 20 8 13 20 14 8 19 2 8 18 20 9 18 9 11 18 2 think Marcel is a heck of a hockey said Del- native of Fort Ont. just has to be handled right. He's No. 1 on my list to talk to. He also said he would try to talk goalie Roy Edwards out of retirement and that he has already asked Norris to try and spend little more time with the Girls allowed to play ball NEWARK New Jer- sey became the first state in the United States Wednesday to permit girls to play on Lit- tle League baseball teams by order of a state civil rights division hearing examiner. institution of Little League is as American as the hotdog and apple declared hearing examiner Sylvia Pressler. is no reason why that part of Americana should be withheld from girls. must start somewhere in reversing the trends in this society. Girls should be treated no differently than The which applies only to New Jersey was based on a complaint brought by a Hoboken girl against Little League Inc. of Wil- after the girl was ejected from a team whose charter had been threatened by the national organization. The complaint by Maria was prepared by the National Organization of Women. Lawyers for Little League Baseball said they would appeal Mrs. Pressler's ruling to the Appellate Division of Superior the state's se- cond highest and to the State Supreme Court if necessary. Mrs. Pressler's ruling was made after psychologists and physicians gave conflicting testimony in a series of hearings during the last few months. sooner that little boys realize that little girls are equals and that there will be many opportunities for a boy to be bested by a the closer they will be to better mental said Mrs. Pressler. am satisfied that children between eight and 12 perform differently on an in- dividual not on a sexual class Mrs. Pressler concluded. Much of the testimony in the case came from bone special- ists who said that girls are strong and supple enough to withstand injury when com- peting with boys. Creighton president of Little League Inc. who is also a physical testified that bone studies showed girls to be weaker than boys. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL East Division L T F A Pis 2 2 40 25 18 Boston 4 1 62 42 17 Buffalo 1 39 37 15 Toronto 4 3 45 30 15 Vancouver 1 30 28 11 NY Rangers 6 2 37 32 10 NY Isld 4 6 26 34 10 Detroit 1 34 57 5 Division Philadelphia 4 0 40 16 18 Atlanta 3 2 33 25 16 St. Louis 4 3 26 28 11 Chicago 4 5 29 23 11 Los Ang 6 2 31 39 10 Pittsburgh 6 2 28 50 10 5 6 34 43 10 California 9 1 28 53 7 NHL A Pts Esposito. B 18 13 31 13 9 22 Orr. B 7 15 22 Hodge. B 10 11 21 10 8 18 5 13 18 L T F A Pts New Eng 4 1 56 38 19 Quebec 6 1 58 49 17 Chicago 4 1 48 39 15 Cleveland 3 2 42 36 14 Toronto 7 3 52 56 13 New York 10 2 34 68 10 L T F A Pts Edmonton 0 50 26 18 6 12 49 48 14 Minnesota 1 45 35 13 Houston 4 1 39 29 11 Los Ang 11 0 38 59 8 Vancouver 11 0 37 65 6 WHA LEADERS G A Pts E.............. 7 16 23 E............... 11 11 22 Q............... 8 13 21 H 12 7 19 V.............. 11 7 18 HOCKEY SCORES National Montreal 4 Toronto 1 NY Rangers 7 Boston 3 NY Islanders 1 Pittsburgh i Philadelphia 4 Detroit i Minnesota 5 Los Angeles 2 Atlanta 2 St. Louis 2 Chicago 1 California 1 World Los Angeles 3 Vancouver 1 Minnesota 10 New York 1 Toronto 5 Houston 4 New England 9 Winnipeg 2 American Hershey 6 Springfield 1 New Haven 4 Boston 1 Providence 4 Virginia 2 Richmond 2 Jacksonville 1 Central Albuquerque 5 Tulsa 1 Oklahoma City 2 Fort Worth 2 Western Portland 4 Phoenix 3 Denver 5 San Diego 4 International Columbus 5 Toledo 4 Flint 4 Sagmaw 1 Southern Roanoke 3 Macon 2 Western Canada Flm Flon 3 Kamloops 3 Saskatchewan Junior Estevan 4 Melville 2 Humboldt 4 Yorkton 1 Prince Albert 6 North Battlelord 4 B.C. Junior Chilliwack 4 Belllngham 3 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA Phildaelphia 122 Phoenix 115 Milwaukee 109 Los Angeles 92 Seattle 130 Buffalo 113 Capital 111 Houston 97 ABA Virginia 111 New York 107 Indiana 109 Carolina 100 Kentucky 113 Memphis 89 San Antonio 105 San Diego 104 See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off tht Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 1st Avfl S 327-6886 or 327 4445 ;