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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THC ILiiii'.KlDC.t "ERALn WfidimvlciY, Novnulvi 10, at juvenile league opens and Tluirsil.iy the In- Thursday iifUTminii Ihc U'lli- in ;i final apiece Id lead Ihc Kinj'.s In n 2-11 victory over the >l t t t C ic C r i ii i ft n L i c -j OOLCI I e I live Sons Junior hockey chih will play host to Calgary Mel- tun Krallcrs. j The game is set for the (Vie j ;it one o'rliu-k. The Na-1 live Sons are sponsored hy Itie Lethhridge Vs men's chili. Aleanu hilr this evening, the two Lellihndgi1 entries in the Soulhei'ti A I h e i t a Juvenile j League, the K'ks and will meet in the first game of Hit' regular schedule. The a team made up of Midgets hut playing with the juvenile league, and at ihe Civic Ice Centre 1 Ins year Ihr league win con- sist of seven Kesides the two Lrthhridgo clubs arc teams from Brooks. Yauxhnll, Taber, Bassnno and Medicine Hat. Kadi dub will play an game schedule. i n minor hockey ,-ictinn shooter Karl hujarfieid I (Hiinped in four goals and paced the Marl.inds to a .VJ victory I over the- Maroons in Bantam action Tuesday night. j Ingarficld tallied once in the r ]ht second period and then blasted f three more in Ihe third for a four goal performance while Cilen Lcffingwell chipped in with a single marker in the first period. David Bourassa and James Mars managed a goal each in a losing cause. In Bantam "B" action John Plomp and Pale Pityrin slapped JL 1'lomp scored his in Iho first period while I'ilycia nipped it ANDY CAJT up wilh a period marker. Jim Dick mid Mike Burla scored once each as the Ti-Cats blanked Ihc Comets 2-0 in Mid- fli-t nction Tuesday evening. GET "i'ES HANb DOWN, ANDY, I THE BARMAID'S NCL-'Nj BILLV BELKS delicli; r.t the Mil. rieci-, tiles arc announced. He ib'nighl JOT award a Lone as many as 2" niii'h! he jprepare JL JL I SUPPOSE I A DOLLAR I INTRODUCE 'EM.' The Lelhbridgc f'ollcpate In- led in pmnps .-iccem-isiitute-svill host Ihoir fourth an- ti.e MIL and Invitational tournament Eight teams will take part in id Hie of 1 the two day affair which will run from Dec. J-l. and Mail says that the Padres, the National League baseball j team, will remain in San Diego j for an indefinite period. The paper says that R. How- ard chairman of the Globe and Mail, made two of- fers this year to purchase the franchise of the West Coast team and bring it to Toronto. The Globe savs Websters' defending tourney champion Kremlin Foxes from Montana first offer, made early in the season. summer, was rejected but j ______ before ibo Series ir propoL-al a great deal of consideration be- fore making a final decision, and, after doing so, have de- cided to remain in San Diego for an indefinite period of linif1.1' The an expansion team, have had difficulty at- tracting fans, and were the only National League club with at- ondnncc under one million last began last month he submitted a second offer at the request of the San Diego board of direc- C- O "-n T: T! rt'T" a o i the. THE I'llKSS Si Jjouis Elites are !''r'; to i-.e anie.K I'--- most is n i i e r n u in CIU.I r.--' en Mill ho J I Division since Hi" fc XML aix! a team scl- j acainst iorl, on ice. dropped j all fiocision to PiUh-biinJi Pu> ]ir iiris in the only X11L iiave had six 'ii-.vflay ni.cbt. 'in fir-t ptTiod. The Ics> the ciplilh in the have a siv tie. This year they'll be called the not interested personally in nin-JK. G. Cougars. From northern Alberta the ioss Shcpard Tliundcrbiixls. along iih tho At'ania Hawks i who were the provincial "A" franclii-'1 vliieh boys finalists in 1970 will join lie re under ilif general two top teams from Calgary for a ;.oimp :vhin of his brother- j the trip south. like rirafis to The Calgary entries will i'l'iiini; the decided in an elimination tour- in M.'nvr lerir'n." t '.rai1 v.ill ne mo- namenl ]irior to attending tho Tcronlo's dcllH on in tourney. .-md Buffalo.! Tlie Sheldon Williams Spar- en lies XIII, team v.-iil be abio to: of Ilegina will represent "'yhov f'> leavers iniliallv, ;idd-; the east with coach As- nn I mar; 10 tlie pro-: ton leading the way onco again. flidn't wly-nevt-r a pluyer Besides the host. Hams, south- un'il (-''ainH'-'J. teairi lose orn Alberta will be rejircsented The paper says Webster now j coacil JofrOr is in receipt of a letter from Arnliolt Smith, a San Diego director and principal sharc- SIGNS CbEVELAND (AP) For- mer Philadelphia Eagles' head is was hired as an offensive backfield coach by Cleveland Browns Tuesday. He will direct the team's "We regret very much the Williams was fired Oil. 5 by delay in acknowledging your let- Eagles' owner Leonard Tose ter of Oct.. the paper quotes after the team lost its first the letter as saying. "We three games. He was replaced aml M-. -i more !han Ihivo mclud-; by Hie Ttayniond Comets and r.-n-v ramifii-i- "ll_ poallfiyiers. have won the tournament v. !V to Fdmnnion ci-ny-, r iiif V.VivM k- v.orkcd ''-ill ti'C leeim, 10- d e r. t Ci.irer.ce <'J.V lio-irs cf dubain bo in -if; c 11 a r ci c d supply the v.ill no decision wns in !ho lo v.hc'.iir-r the- iii Ldinnnton u in tvvo 'f'o Ih'' i-ijh; or fouj-' pnhiif. i'i''l: firir t- limit -lie s'llf of ;i tkl'Ct- consi-. to uhicii ,r 'he A'l-Siar; Jan. 2. Pru-ns u ill hi' fi.r m. tho K-alr. il The v.ho been in a shirnn thfniseh-cs. tool; ad- ij-, of the hapless Blues to seas n. a ii i n e -n a in e winie-s in a in which '_s in called ar.o Louij defeiiccman Bar-; clay Plager vas cjeclctl ill the S'.-'Ci-.r.d for the i third in a fiehl. 'Ri-inn Hcxfjll. i'o'is end r.i'ian MeKenzie f; r tile Penciling V.itll r ve-.Tan Ken Kchlnkel up -ri.'-.j'l ihe lilues at of pei'iofl. spoiling r shutoal bid. Bink- farced out cf the ''_[ seven min- a flrii'c off Sl- Arbour. ELRICH TIRE have won the tournament "K i three out nf four liires and are ALBERTA JUNIOR ,js; I mier a .special provision, the j OI ar I w L T F A pts four MIL teams that lost toP'nE regaln lhc :i I lie expansion I Dean Uahl, eoaeh nf the Cou- Philadelphia and St. Louis. Rnrdr. j MISS DltAFT Atlanta and Long Inland v.ill b-' rerjuirc'd to contribute to Pii--rrf th" [Vlau'r in UiTt. P1p ''10-v hi the proceeds pilncr i cf that vi in-'.- rciilnd. almost a full return of i Five days of festivities