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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE 1p V' lETHSRIDCE HEPAID Tuesday, November 9, 1971 the biggest I ANDY meetin YORK il'l't (lover- florins ;i roporl hy ti committee [i (if the Hockey im expansion headed by presi- 1 nmic stni'JHled uilh (Iv 1 den; Clarence Camnbull. -non i.'f iifter Camnlu'l! said late Monday i ilinK hours (lie governors srm.yhl 'hidav without ;iny to resolve ''procedural (I usion. mailers" on I he expansion I he1 1-1 fiovi-iT.ors are con si- i.ssiie. I'luliM1 en us K.i'ni! ion tiro a j mimhiT franchise applica- j tioiiK uilh and Ilcirm- stead, to i have tin1 hi's; hance to have their hitls the not p'aniu il to cxn.uid h.-fure 1D74 I from I picks them C'.'.VDKX, fho world ,it 37. tlio nlrlcsi .I- in-.n CV..T In the til 0 In his tir-t "V, iK-n I ;i filter il rnjuii't'i LM kni-ck und'T.-.hnjd tlial the fellow (i'-.'.vn. Nou, ho K pen- hn kii'ul tlv mo-i pcu- pir up.. n i- the fctlnu u im W a! colt ua-. thf.1 heavy- i will I ho tun the tasLcsi. weight boxing champion of i says WaicotL who, after 21 icr i CAPRI BOWL JUNIOR-SENIOR BOYS 4 t 1 1 I A Pa n g h- L. l-i a a y M ke C t i h f I a R I "e It CO ONE fRS ROLLOFF Minerals of Canada rom Gulf. iwo piece rock group. a (iiliiTcnl pivio, icllnv.' wiii' can nick up Ihe Ruy wlio is a fallen human being and help him lo find his way. 1 Ihink that is as great a rhnilriiqp as boxing." Wall-oil. lost 1'is title to the Iritc Rocky Marciano in never forgot his humble lie was bcrn Ar- il 1 I C lie 11 1 f 10 1! 11 f 1 i I 1 1 1 to quit to h i I tt it fo the t 'but ll'ere were Ihis niuld ebllllKC with now teams beinR accepted far play as early as next season Campbell iru'ir-tcd week that spL'i'f'.'.'l-un expansion timetab'e would require a uran- imoll.s vole of the board, but there were reports Monday nifihl that the 1-1 governors wore discussing the possibility of n 12-vole majority as rtiiuireinenl for "That is a trailer of saifi How to get ai-ourri the self-im- pcsed limitation of a ma'-imous voio was to he the ttir-ticr'1 mentioned hy Il Ih-v i'.'.iiiril bo.h ar.rl Atlanta Irne :iliiuns rculy for j The Xa.ssau County Coliseum, .sea'iing capacify I of will be ready to re- I crivo a team by ne.xt fail. Atlanta will have a new stad- ium this fall with seating capae- ity of 17.000 for hookey. XIMj viee-president Don Ruck expressed hopy a decision can 'I lolt 1 E t tl e ne d fo i o ole I c J I I SOMI: FAVOII SIM 11 I Then there is the mailer of I to 1 lie 1 t It, ont t e t fo 111 t f. U I rto f 1 o p 1 f le ench. Nnturallv, the makcL'n of U t n p c t 1 bON'T START.' I'M NO SVO THAN YOU I'VE 'E ARb ALL ABOUT YOUR BEHAVIOUR BEFORE 1" I THE THINGS I'VE BEEN ABOUT -YOU -THE ONL-T FAIR "WINS- TD DC IS SIVE I'OLJ MY CITS Kvodcr and Mike Hoy- c'luik each scored three limes Monday as Ihe A.C.T. Ilantam Reps biasled the Royals IM) in I IE 1 II 1 Asso- c t on to IC.161.58 M Pit P t API Each I 1 1 er will I f I -ole in 0 I s lasl ball's World Se- Kraut chipped in a pair singles went to Handy W.-'tmongh. Cliff .Mi- yashint. Dave .Jackson. In Bantam A play the Jets rel'rrl past the Maple Leafs 7-2 with Doug Stephens notching a pair of markers. Solo efforts were hrrrd in by Gary Dog- Ho s nir'c-on. Stacy Danel .Mjek and Colin t Darre! and Hick Shur- 1 galo for Ihe Leafs. The Murrains clipped Ihe Red Winps :M in a second Bantam A as Mike Gurball and Conrad S'-.iky.r scored for the Bruce Twa scored for the Wings in Ihe third pe- I 1 f ic I f I 1 1 le 1 I 1 e p p c )oi to ke ike Ih World 1 1 c) h o [1 n H ct e I nf the WHA fi roe m pre- in Camden [he racial wi-ich Hiked a number of American cities. What does Walcott tell the kids who walk the wrong side of the street" "My b.-st and irost effective, lo try and sit down with one or many and explain to them the type of things that I've experi- enced, the life thai 1 lived, the conditions that i lived under, the faith that I had. and the realization that there weren't any shortcuts to success. This way I developed a good rela- tionship with young people.'' Waleotl led the Democrats to their first victory in many years, carrying several candi- dates inlo office with him. WalcoU was named head of the department of community relations in hy Camden Mayor Joseph Xardi at a sal- ary of 513.300. The mayor once described Walcolt's suc- cess as due to personal char- acter. "lie's simply a good the mayor said. In the recent campaign for sheriff. Walcott made all his speeches off the cuff. He uouldn't allow any of his sup- porters to say a derogatory word against his opponent. The day after the victory, he took Ihe Republican loser out to lunch. Waleolt. feels he has been blessed in every area of life, despite the death about a year ago of his wife. He notes proudly that his oldest son, Arnold' Jr.. is a lieutenant on Ihe Camden police force: two daughters aie school teach- ers, one a beautician and an- other an executive secretary, while the youngest son is a Baplist pastor. "Life has jusl says Jersey Joe W a I col I. who luroed hands of devastation inlo helping hands. i U I tic A oc t I to e t e o I lo 1 of 1 e N I U c tc i t h 11 i 11 HI e II Long Islar 1 I n i a te the j Nassau Coliseum complex. I Expansion was the only topic I on the agenda of the two-day j NHL meeting- There1 had been a report that a cossiblc ?hift of franchises might also be dis- cussed. said Campbell, "there is no franchise shift on the agenda, but that is a factor and eon Id influence some members in their voting." e t s fur fie U 11 a I UP [1 iff se- >f the two leagues n t I to 1 f D4 -f PI f tl Oakl 1 and San Francisco clubs, which won div'sion titles but lost in the title series, cut up S2U.7HO.fifi. The Athletics received each, the Giants The four second-place teams sliced and the third- place teams carved up The New York Mets and Ihe Chicago Cubs, lying for third, received each, OKL.M10M A CITY. Okla. LAP' Al'ie Reynolds, former i New Yankee pitching star. rt-sicnod as president of the Amerirrjii Baseball Association Monday, effective immediately. i Reynolds said he quitting because of pressing business in- tcrests. adding he wanted to spend marc time with his fam- i ily. i Reynolds had been president 1 of the associalion since it rr- sumed operation in folknv- I ing a seveivyeiir suspension. i Japanese win first KYOTO, Japan (APi The Japan series champion Tokyo Yemiuri Giants, learning with Hie Pacific League champion Hankyu Braves, erupted for 12 hits off four Baltimore burlers today and whipped the Ameri- can League champion Orioles 8-2. It was the first loss in Japan foi the Orioles, the 14th U.S. major baseball club to visit this country on a barnstorming tour The Orioles have won eight! games and lied three others. Hisashi Yamada of the Braves. (he Pacific League's lop pitcher in the 1971 season, outclassed Jim Palmer in a due between two 20-game winners. Yamada held the Orioles lo seven bit.s. including a borne run and two doubles Palmer gave up three homers and two singles in the first four innings, and was relieved bv Pete Richer! in the fifth. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Calgary Caloary Canucks Rus's. Ertm. Maple LraK W L T F A Ptv 2 75 35 70 53 37 J 17 -O 17 A .10 7 5fl ft9 E 4.1 53 6 W L T F SCORING LEADERS R. Alexander, Cougi P .Scrabyk, Movers M. Clarkp. 5. Kinos G. MrCrca, S. Kings K. Dcdd, G A Pis Pirn I Mrnnwota 9 U 15 9 I California 1! 1? 7i PitKburcjh II 20 iO i Philadel'nh 1 5! 30 ?0 .1 1 .15 30 1 7 5 5 34 J.1 13 3 10 7 30 61 3 5? 55 13 J. D. Olrr Mn j j J. Prnft. Cougar- i HOCKEY SCORES Woslern Brilish Colur nicelinjj; set The Magralh Golf Club will its a n n u a 1 meeting Wednesday pvoning. Sot for the Lions Hall, Ihe is sot to gel under at seven o'clock. is uoleonio. JUNIOR 'B' HOCKEY ICTHBRIDGE Y'S MEN'S NATIVE SONS vs CAIGARY MfUON REALTORS Thursday, Nov. llth P.M. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Adulli Children lie Studflnls ond Ponsionfirl 50c SNOW CLEAT TRACTION TIRES F78-14 Studded White 078-14 Studded While F78-15 Studded White G78-I5 Studded White ;