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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Performances too hot and cold Longhorns must improve By PAT SULLIVAN HeraM Sports Editor Stan Maxwell readily ad- mits he is enjoying his first year as1 coach of the Lethbridge Longhorns of the Aibe'rta Junior Hockey League. he also admits it would be even more fun with a couple of victories in a row. don't know what it is about our says can play so well one time and then so poorly the The mired in the cellar of the six-team league with only three wins and a tie to their are at home for a pair of games this weekend. Tonight at a't Henderson they meet Edmonton Mets while Sunday the Drumheller Falcons invade Henderson at seven. Meanwhile in Blairmore the Red Devils will be idle this evening. It was reported they would play Drumheller. Sun- day afternoon they meet Ed- monton at two o'clock. It is the Longhorns' perfor- mances against the John Chapman coached Red Devils that baffles Maxwell the most. If Maxwell had his every teani in the league would wear Red Devil un- iforms. don't know exactly what it is but when we play the Red Devils our guys are really added Maxwell. While the Longhorns have only defeated the Devils as Maxwell all have been excellent games. Longhorns travelled to Ed- monton and Drumheller last weekend'and came home with a split in two games. Saturday night according to the club played its best game of the season. Things fell into place that had been in such a state of dis- order before Maxwell was more than pleased. The locals won 7-5 in the free-wheeling contest and headed for Drumheller the next day. It was a complete reversal of in particular in the third period as the Falcons skated away to an 8-2 triumph after the two clubs had been deadlocked 2-2 after 4fl minutes. Maxwell can and would not if he point a finger at any one or two or three players. he didn't like my name used when I was going You might Maxwell that from the goalkeeper out. we need a shaking up. Maxwell feels he is working his club hard enough. With the exceptioiTbf a night off after two-game the club is on the ice five times a week.. It could be worse. After the Devils defeated the Longhorns 4-1 Tuesday they went home and skated for an hour. As Maxwell put it we had won 4-11 would have given the club a week off. He may not have been serious about the week but Maxwell is dead serious when he says the club needs some points. The locals can't afford to lose any more ground. Tonight and Sunday they hope to gain some ground. Pronghorns come close northern visitors tough club By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer live and The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns suf- fered their second straight Alberta College Athletic Conference Hockey League setback on home ice Friday but all did not go to waste as they learned two very important facts of life. For one although the Pronghorns dropped a narrow 7-5 decision to the visiting Northern Alberta Institute of Technology Ookpiks at Henderson Lake Ice they were able to learn that rumors are not always true. By word of rumors had been circulated that the Edmonton club would be just too much for the first-year Pronghorns to handle and that they'd be literally crushed in their initial meeting of the season. But after watching three periods along with some 250 partisan one would have to say that somebody was just blowing his horn again. Not once did the Pronghorns look out of place on the ice against the Edmontonians and they definitely held their own throughout the three periods. the Pronghorns came to learn the hard way that one or two breaks could mean a win or a loss. The Pronghorns had their share of opportunities to win the wide-open affair but the breaks just went the other way. The Ookpiks got three breaks by receiving solid per- Fbrmances Peter McDonald. Jim Rindero and Larry Rindero who blasted in two goals apiece. Larry's first goal at the mark of the third period proved to be the winner while his second empty-net marker with 50 seconds remaining was used for insurance. Finley will sue NEW YORK Con- troversial owner Charles 0.' Finley held the threat of a pos- sible civil court suit over baseball today following a nearly six-hour hearing with Commissioner Bowie Kuhn. Finley. owner of the World Champion Oakland ap- pealed in fines levied against him by the commis- sioner for various world series actions including the Mike An- drews affair. Following the meeting Finley and Kuhn said the com- missioner had agreed to re- evaluate the fines. Asked had further re- course should the com- missioner refuse his. Finley bet implying that he might carry the case to the courts. When informed of Finley's remark. a said only that he not want to evaluate any further recourse that he might Finley was fined for three separate incidents. Kuhn tagged him for after he WANT MORE If you can meet tht public and cm or are willing .to you can name your own Income selling housing for Look Homes. THIS IS NOT A REAL ESTATE JOB. Contact JACK Phone 327-3744 Alberta attempted to have Andrews placed on the disabled Jist fol- lowing a pair of costly second- game errors. The other each for were for ig- noring a request by the com- missioner's office not to make a public- address announce- ment over the refusal to add infielder Manny Trillo to the series roster and because he ordered the lights in Oakland Coliseum turned on in the middle of an inning. Finley defended his actions on all three matters. was convicted without a hearing and embarrassed as he said. Finley said Dr. Harry Walker 'stated that Andrews was disabled. Finley then ask- ed that he be allowed to replace Andrews on the A's roster. Kuhn denied the re- quest and Andrews was rein- stated. you find a player disabled and you play him and the player aggravates the con- you leave yourself open tor one hell of a said Finley. .next time a doc- tor writes me a letter and tells me a player is I guarantee including the commissioner of is going to force me to put the player back on the active Kuhn said he would study transcripts of the meeting with Finley. would be out of order for me to speculate whether I will change he re- ferring to the fines. will weigh the evidence and testi- mony he presented and then have'a further International Harvester Sales Service Centre can now offer you a very impressive selection of TOYS from our... 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ICE CHIPS The same two clubs hit the ice again this afternoon at Henderson at Pronghorns' coach Gary Bartlett is becoming frustrated with the losses He realizes that his club is playing well enough to win The 1973-74 Ookpiks are living up to their image as being one of the more aggressive teams in the or should I say EDMONTON 7. LETHBRIDGE 5 Flrat period Edmonton. J. Rindero. 2. Edmon- McDonald 3. Kist 4. McDonald Penalties O'Conner. Second period 5. Tunow 6. Tunow 7. J. Rindero 8. Ed- Ardron 9. Johnson Penalties Weisgerber. Amatto ble Perron Weisgerber Blaney. Blaney Sturko Kist NAIT Perron Amatto Third period 10. Lethbridge. Smith 11. Ed- L. Rindero J. 12. Edmonton. L. Rindero Penalties Black. Soviets out drop Switzerland The Soviet Union informed the International Football Federation today ficially and that they will not play the World Cup preliminary soccer match Nov. 21 in Chile. FIFA secretary-general Helmut Kaeser said seems there is nothing more anyone can about keeping the Soviet Union in the World Cup. Kaeser told a reporter he had a long telephone conver- sation with Soviet soccer of- ficials early today which did not indicate any change in their position. FIFA ruled that the Russians from the tourna- ment by refusing to play Chile on the Chilean site for the se- cond leg qualifier after the in ended in a goalless tie. Four advance Four teams advanced in the annual Magrath High School Basketball tourna- ment Friday. In opening action Stirling dropped Catholic Central the host Magrath Zeniths trimmed Taber Cardston got by Lethbridge Collegiate 42-37 a'nd Raymond belted Winston Churchill 43-34. Cowens led the way as Bucks drop game THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dave Cowens doesn't need any incentive to play against Milwaukee Bucks. turns himself on when he sees says Boston Celtic Coach Tom Heinsohn. knows he has to have a good game for us to Cowens was better than just good Friday scoring 26 points and grabbi.ng 20 rebounds as the Celts stopped Milwaukee's 13-game National Basketball Associa- tion winning streak with a 105- 90 victory. just does the things he. has to said Heinsohn. Cowens scored 14 points in the final period as the Celtics not only stopped the Bucks' long streak but continued one of their own. The vistory was No. 8 in a row for Boston. In other NBA Detroit Pistons walloped Kan- sas City-Omaha Kings 125-980 DUNLOP FORD Salesman of the Month Mr. Lyndon General Saktt Manager ol Dunlop if pleaaed to announce that Dave Boyden Is ihe Dunlop Ford Seletman for the month of October. Dave to be eon-. gretuiated for hit fine In attaining tnit achievement In the tale of quality new cart and Deve Me menki w who helped make thta achievement poadMe. Boydttl DUNLOP FORD OOH. IfWt AVI. AND M.M. DBIVi SOUTH Seattle SuperSonics beat Cleveland Cavaliers 117-93 and Los Angeles Rams trimmed Chicago Bulls 118-102. Wiltie Norwood led the bal- anced Detroit attack with 15 points. The Pistons ran off 17 straight points in less than six minutes during one stretch. Seattle used a tough defence and the 32-point scoring of Spencer Haywood to beat Cleveland. The SuperSonics reeled off nine straight midway in the first period to break a 10-10 tie and never trailed thereafter. Gail Goodrich scored 38 points to lead Los Angeles past Chicago. Playing without Jerry West and Bill both out with the Lakers shot 59 per cent from the floor in the first half. In the American Basketball it was Carolina Cougars New York Nets Memphis Tarns 106. Utah Stars 85 and Denver Rockets 130. San Diego Conquistadors 126 in overtime. Tom Owens killed two birds with one basketball while leading Caroline to victory. He not only improved the Carr in collision BOSTON Two New York Rangers National Hockey League players were injured slightly in a collision of a taxicab and a police cruiser in Back Bay area early Friday. The crash also injured the cab driver seriously and two patrolmen less seriously. The Rangers. Mike 23. and Gene were taken to Massachusetts General Hospital and released after treatment for cuts and bruises. Cougars' but his TV image as well. just wanted to get a good start in the third Quarter for the TV in New said Owens after getting all of his 21 points and 11 rebounds in the third period. Warren Jabali and Dave Hobisch scored field goals 28 seconds apart in the overtime period lo give Denver the decision over San Diego. CALLED 327-3203 ED BAUER FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS 320.1 1 Kodiaks advance AUiAKY l.cthbridge Community College Kudiaks advanced to the semi-finals of the Mount Huyal College Invitational UiiskiHball Tournament by scoring a 77-47 victory over the University of Calgary junior varsity Friday night. 11 was an uphill battle in the half for the Kodiaks who trailed 31-29 at its but in the second it was no contest. Hub Hansen led the Kodiaks with a 20-point performance while Brent Fairbanks added 15- Al Hard also starred for the Kodiaks on the backboards as he picked off 11 rebounds. Kodiaks will now face host Mount Royal Cougars in the semi-final this after- noon. Meanwhile in Regina the University .of Saskatchewan Cougettes thumped University of Lethbridge 72-36 Friday night in a women's exhibition college basketball game. The Cougettes took a 32-14 halltime lead over the Canada West Athletic Conference c-lub. Jan Sundmark scored 14 points for of the Great Plains Athletic and teammate Bey Todd add- ed 11. Sharon Knight with 10 points and Bev Paton with eight were with top Lethbridge shooters. SPORT FANS I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW By GARY KIRK Here's an amazing football fac Notre Dame has lost Its tlrs game of the season only three times in the last 76 The only times since 1897 thai the Irish .have lost their opening game of the season were in 193' when Texas beat them in 1956 when SMU won 19-13 and 1963 when Wisconsin beat Notre Dame 14-9. 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