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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDQe HERALD lumday, Novvmbvr 12, 19.4 DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA 11 Mcorttd lour Depart January 19, 1f79 Priced il only per person double occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ________________PHONE 321-3201 The Herald Sports Dick Allen disputes talk, New league limps to finish line says he has not retired Wfore PHILADELPHIA (AP) Slugger Dick Allen said Mon- day he loves the sport and dis- puted talk that he has retired, Equ me seminar Nov. 16 An Equine Seminar is slated for the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion on Nov. 16. The seminar will run from 9 a.m. to p.m. Earl Naismith, Bud Errington and Walt Pierson will be the main speakers. Naismith and Errington are equestrian instructors at Douglas College, Surrey, B.C., while Pierson is the District Agriculturist. Members of the Equestrian Division of the Lethbridge Community College and the Horse Division of the Depart- ment of Agriculture will also participate in the seminar which will be held on the Mezzinine floor of the Pavilion. The registration fee of also includes the noon meal. All equine enthusiasts are invited and more information can be obtained by contacting Bill DesBarres, chairman of the Southern Equestrian Council. as he announced last August when he left Chicago White Sox of baseball's American League. Although Allen had said he retired, he never sent a letter formally informing baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn of his retirement. "Everybody said I'm retired except Allen said while appearing at Keystone Race Course to race his horses. He owns one mount that finished sixth in a field of seven, while the other finished second. "I'm only retired if they don't want me back. I'm going to play somewhere next even if it's Jenkintown, said Allen, conceding he has given thought to play- ing in Japan. "I love to play baseball. "I could enjoy playing baseball on the sandlots, as long as we were playing to said Al- len, whose 32 home runs led the American League this year although he went home almost six weeks early. But asked of his plans next year, Allen replied: "If I play ball in the United States, it'll be in Chicago. It's a great sports town." SWITCH GAME DATE HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) New England Whalers have switched their scheduled Jan. 15 World Hockey Association home game against San Diego Mariners to Jan. 11 to corres- pond with the opening celebra- tion of the Hartford Civic Centre. WFL go from here? O The ASSOCIATED PRESS The World Football League, hit by deepening money trou- bles and new economic bicker- ing among owners of the 10 re- maining franchises, is limping toward the end of its first 20- game regular season. But owner Tom Origer of Chicago Fire says his team al- ready has completed its season. Origer says the Fire will not play Wednesday against the Bell in Philidelphia. The game was scheduled to end the regu- lar WFL season for both teams. Origer, who says he has lost and is looking for in- vestors, has criticized the make-up of the crowded WFL playoffs. All of the operating teams are still eligible for eight post-season berths. After a recent squabble with former WFL com- missioner Gary Davidson, Origer, considered one of the SKI-SWAP COLLEGE MALL November Thurs.p Fri. 6-9 p.m. Sat. 9-6 p.m. Registration Fee: 50c per item Maximum 2.00 Charge 15% Commission SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S OWN CANADIAN SKI PATROL SYSTEM Quick retreat Jacques Plante of the Edmonton Oilers, the first roaming goaltender in pro hockey, takes a different route to stop a blistering shot. Minor Hockey roundup The Lethbridge Warriors outscored the Taber Juveniles 12-9 in a Southern Alberta Juvenile League game Mon- day. The Warriors were lead by Ron Moser with four goals and two assists. Bob Quinell and Michel Dumont added two goals apiece for the winners and singletons went to Richard Shardlow, Greg Lewis, Dave Jackson and Greg Montieth. Garry Higa. Russell Bowman and Rick Kurio each potted two goals for Taber while John Kleiner. Mike O'Donnell and Greg Namamura accounted for the remainder of Taber's goals. Lethbridge was assessed 17 minor penalties and Taber picked up 16. Both clubs had three majors. In other Minor Hockey League action Monday the Lakers dropped a 6-0 verdict to ACT in Midget action. Troy Dixon and Mark Tokaruik shared the shutout victory in the nets while Allan Gepneris scored three goals. Rod Snopek. Frank Kogler and Kelly Leitch also scored for the winners. In Bantam "B" action Murray Redman chalked up his second shutout as the Kings bombed the Eagles 10-0. Ralph Quint had three goals and Dale Belsher and Todd Canon chalked up two apiece. Brad Kirscheman, Peter Hoetmer and Jim Gilbert scored singletons. In Bantam "A" play the Maroons trounced the Jets 10- 2 after the Jets had opened up a 2-0 lead. Rick Leitch scored three times for the winners and Darren Ramage and John Duncan scored two goals each. Bill Caswell, Gordon Roberts and Rocky Terry rounded out the scoring for the Maroons. Dave Popvitch and Keith Harold accounted for the Jets' scoring. In a game played Saturday the Maroons beat the Maple Leafs 5-3. Darren Ramage scored twice for the winners with the other three goals be- ing split between Billy Caswell. Kayton Chow and Don Jarvie. Jim Severtson, Audress Kessler and Darcy Holpmriv scored for the Maple Leafs. WINTERIZE YOUR CAR... NOW! e. Let us Check your Anti-freeze Pressure cap Hoses Belts Battery and cables Oil Kings triumph in dying minutes You can trust the care of your car to the experts at College Mercury. Before winter really sets in make your appointment now for a complete checkup and ensure trouble free driving all winter long. YOUR EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM Should be checked before winter for more economical cold weather operation. ICOLL SALES LTD. 1718-3rd AvenueS. Phone 329-0333 BRANDON (CP) Centre Wayne Perkins scored with just over three minutes left in the game Monday night to give Edmonton Oil Kings a 5-4 decision over Brandon Wheat Kings before 2.279 Western Canada Hockey League fans. The crowd watched aghast as Perkins picked up a stray pass behind the Brandon goal, spun around and deposited it behind a surprised goalie. Rookie defenceman Brian Sadler added two goals for the Oil Kings with singles by Mike Will and Paul Mulvey. Rick Blight also notched two goals for the Wheat Kings MARY'S GOLF QUEEN NORWAL. Conn. (AP) Mary Cushing, a two- handicap amateur, was voted the most beautiful golfer of 1974 in the 2Ist poll by Golf Digest magazine, it was an- nounced Monday. Mrs. Gushing, 28. of San Antonio, Tex won the Michigan women's amateur tournament 1his year The magazine poll of golf writers and television and radio sportscasters in- cludes women with a 10 nan- dir.n or" irAr who held a 2-1 lead after the first period. The teams were tied 4-4 at the end of the second. Dan Bonar and Wayne Naka each scored one for Brandon. Brandon outshot the visitors 48 to 32 but Edmonton goalie Doug Soetaert was out- standing in the net. Referee Ron McKenzie of Winnipeg handed out 17 penalties, nine of them to Ed- monton. Each team drew two majors for fighting. BRANDON 4 EDMONTON 5 ftntt period 1. Brandon. Bonar