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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Billy Smith lost his cool NEW YORK Billy Smith promised coach Al Ar- bour this season that he would stop getting into fights After 13 games. Billy brokp his promise and regretted it Smith has been carrying the goal-tending load for New York Islanders since Gerry Desjardins tore the cartilage in his left knee Oct 14. In Detroit. Ace Bailey of the Red Wings skated in top close and wound up in Smith's lap. Billy took a swipe at Ace. who didn't return any- thing. Billy got a roughing the Red Wings tied the game during a power play and went on to win 4-3 Wednesday night. did a dumb thing and it cost us the Smith said. He had only one penalty be- fore the Bailey incident Now Billy has made a new set ol promises to Arbour. I won't hit anybody any- more From now on they can walk all over me if they want Last Billy set a Na- tional Hockey League penalty Don't you Mrs. Dooley. We'll look after from speedy Carlite glass replacement to breaking the news to your insurance agent. Trans Canada Glass Cariite Lethbridge Glass Co. 1267 3rd Avenue S. Lethbridge record for goalies with 42 min- all of them served by someone else. Playing for a team that lost a record 60 Billy always was at the ready with the slashing stick for anyone who strayed too 'close to his crease had to Smith said. other teams always were getting so many shots at me that 1 had to do something to try to keep them from getting too many close Billy wound up the season with a goals-agamst average of 4 16 for 37 games So far this he is closer to 3 00 The Islanders ihave a much-improved defence and some young forwards who enjoy a good fight With 11 points in their first 15 games this the Islanders are 18 games ahead of their 1972-73 pace. Last the Islanders didn't post their llth point until the 33rd a 4-2 win over Minnesota Dec 23 Bruchet nets three The Labor Club Athletics fired in a pair of goals in each of the first and third periods to defeat Purity Bottling 5-2 in a Commercial Men's Hockey League game Thursday night. Don Bruchet paced the Athletics with three goals while singles came off the sticks of Mel Zatylny and Wotzke. Greg Hamilton and Wendm Wandler replied for the Bottlers. In another league en- Ken Boulton scored twice and added three assists while leading Miner's Library to a 6-3 win over the Lethbridge Community College Tim Solobodian chipped in with three markers while Cam Hodgin aided with a single. Tom Ellis with two goals and Lawrence Richter with one were the LCC marksmen Gouvemement du Canada Government of Canada Home-ownership Program provides low-interest loans for families earning in the Lethbridge market area A NEW GOVERNMENT OF CANADA PROGRAM TO ASSIST FAMILIES TO PURCHASE A HOME OF THEIR CHOICE WITHIN THEIR MEANS.- WHAT IS THE It's called the Home-Ownership Program' The idea is to help lower-income families with one or more dependent children to own a home without spending more than of their gross income HOW DOES IT Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation will provide a loan at below-rriarket interest rate CMHC will adjust its interest rate in accordance with your income And in CMHC will make an annual contribution of up to S300 to assist you in meeting monthly payments of interest and municipal taxes The assistance will be given through your family's mortgage account with the monthly payment being reduced by the amount of the assistance The CMHC loan is of lending value and requires a minimum down payment of of lending value The payment may be in the form of labor provincial grant or any combination of these Loans will be for a five-year renew- able term amortized over 35 years HOW DO I If your family includes one or more dependent children and your annual income is within the qualifying range for the particular market area in which you you are eligible WHAT KIND OF HOUSING'' Though not limited to a specific bedroom the housing contemplated will be modest in size and specifications It may be new or existing housing HOW DO I Get in touch with Cen- tral Mortgage and Housing Corporation at address shown or the CMHC office nearest you They will provide more detailed information and answer any ques- tions you may have Honourable Ron Basford Ron Basford Minister LETHBRIDGE 740 4th Telephone 328-5561 Was he Orland Vancouver Canuck Favell. Leafs had to battle back to grab a with slides into the net Friday night in National League ac- the Canucks at Vancouver tion. On the right is Toronto Maple Leaf goalie Doug Black Maple Leafs both clubs grab share of second THE CANADIAN PRESS Chicago Black Hawks and Toronto Maple Leafs achieved something in common Friday night in National Hockey League action The Hawks smothered Atlanta Flames 6-1 and moved into a second-place tie with the Flames in the West Division while the Leafs tied Vancouver Canucks 3-3 and earned a point that allowed them to tie the idle Buffalo Sabres for runner-up position in the East The Hawks and each with 18 trail the division-leading Philadelphia Flyers by six points as the Flyers nipped California Golden Seals 2-1 in the only other game scheduled The Sabres and Leafs each have 19 six behind the tront-runmng Boston Bruins The scene could change drastically on the with 11 games book- ed tonight and Sunday Pit with his fifth and sixth goals of the led the Chicago attack The Flames averted a shutout as Jacques Richard got their only goal at 11 04 of the final period The Leafs need third-period goals by Dems Dupere and Darryl Sittler to salvage the deadlock in where close to 3.800 fans in excess of the seating capacity of turned up at Pacific Coliseum. There was only 3 29 remain- ing in regulation time when Sittler got the equalizer for the taking some of the lustre of a fine play-making performance by the Canucks' Andre Boudrias who set up all the Vancouver two by Dave Dunn and one by Bobby Schmautz Despite his heroics. Andre made little impact on the indi- vidual scoring remain- ing 18 points off the pace of leader Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins The Flyers lost the services of Dave Schultz in the first minute of play at Oakland when he received a game mis- conduct penalty from referee Brian but they triumphed on Bill Flett's un- assisted goal at 1 12 of the third period. Schultz elbowed Seals' winger Hilliard Graves and then fought him both on the ice and in the penalty box before Lewis sent him to the dressing room Rick MacLeish got the open- ing goal for Philadelphia and Walt McKechme's second- period marker gave the Seals a shortlived 1-1 tie It took an old pro who de- fected last year from the Na- tional Hockey League to put a frnmp in Edmonton Oilers' bid for their 12th consecutive vic- tory Friday in the World Hockey Association Playmg-coach Bobby Hull scored two third-period goals to lift Winnipeg Jets to a 3-1 decision over Edmonton before fans at Winnipeg Hull told his players before the game to a chunk out of everyone 'I hoped it would be a physi- cal game and it was I figured if we started at their we'd pick it up in our own. Everybody's got to try something he said Our defence played great hockey and that was the key to this game Jack leading WHA goaltender. was brilliant in the Edmonton but had no chance on Hull's tie-breaker from the slot as Hull was fed a pass by Fran Huck The clin- cher was into an empty net I m said Oilers' coach Brian Shaw tantastic exhibition of goaltending was thrown away Our winning streak had to end some but I felt that if we could keep the score close anything could happen Norns stopped 22 Jets' shots in the second period In the only other game Fn- dav Cleveland Crusaders beat Los Angeles Sharks 4-3 in overtime on a goal by delenceman Ray Clearwater Summaries CHICAGO ATLANTA 1 First Pwtod 1 Martin 5 1 2. Pappin 3 6 3 Jarret 2 Mar- 1808 Penalties Martin 2 18 Second Ptrtod 4 MaKi 2 5 Martin 6 18 17 Penalties Qumn 1 Romanchych 16 OS. Manery Russell 1950 Are all kids Ont. Too many.parents want to make hockey superstars out of their kids heH or high Dr. Cecil Eaves told the annual Canadian- American Seminar Friday. any of you ever gone down to an arena and watched the way parents the development coordinator for the Canadian Arpateur Hockey Association asked a panel on children's sports. begin to think com- petitive sport is not all that Dr. John a sociologist at the University of agreed that are exploiting our kids to make superstars out of them like pimps and are the middlemen '1 Third Parted 6 Chicago Marks 3 2 7 Richard 11 04 Penalty Frig 1027 on goal by Chicago............. 6 14 Atlanta............. 10 VANCOUVER TORONTO 3 Fifrt Period No scoring Penalties Schmautz Pelyk McSheffrey 3 41 Pelyk Dupere 10 43. Dailey 16 53 Second Period 1 Vancouver. 1 Boudnas.9 49. Z Toronto. McKenney 5 3 Vancouver Schmautz 7 4 Dunn 2 1846 Penalties Turnball SchmauU Pelyk mis- conduct 19 29 Third Period 5 Dupere 1 322 6 Sltller 7 1631 Penalties Guevremonl 2 Quevremont 15 00 Aft ttOM. Dy Toronto............. 113-17 Vancouver.......... 12 12 PHILADELPHIA CALIFORNIA 1 FkM Period 1 McLelsh 6 523 Penalties Schultz game misconduct. Graves major 0 J Johnston 2 23. Biadon 2 42. Watson Murray 556. Croteau 9 9 57. McKav 16 34 Second Period 2 California McKechnle 4 Johnston. 1 09 Penaltiei 3 Leach 3 43. FWtt 4 Dupont 6 Croieau 729. Dornnoefer Croteau is 25 TMrd Period 3 Flen 1 12 Penalty Philadelphia served by Clement 1007 Snotv on pool by Pitta............... is 11 CaM................ I I-M FOR YEARS it's been argued back ana forth whether at least in are subject to the Alberta Wildlife and whether federal legislation needed before the Wildlife Act can be made applicable to Indians Could Indians be made subject to the Wildlife Act and be prevented from taking wild turkeys in the Porcupine Hills where the fish and wildlife branch has initiated an experimental program with the birds in an attempt to build up a wild flock7 It's hoped that if the turkeys establish themselves in the Por- there will be designated open seasons in the not too dis- tant future A decision by the Supreme Court of Canada July 1973 may have an important bearing on the question of Indians and their hunting privileges. On Dec an Alberta treaty at his home on the sold a piece of moose meat to a non-Indian He was charged under Section 37 of the Wildlife Act person shall traffic in any big or game The charge was against Charlie Cardinal He was acquitted by a magistrate who held that the Wildlife Act does not apply to an Indian on a reservation. The decision was upheld by the Supreme Court of Alberta the appellate division of the Supreme Court of Alberta held the lower courts were wrong Cardinal appealed to the Supreme Court of Canada. It upheld the conviction and the conviction has impor- tant implications in all of Canada. In writing the decision of the Mr. Justice Martland of the Supreme Court of quoted some ap- parently conflicting legislation on which the judgement would depend. Section 91 of the British North America gives to the Parliament of Canada exclusive authority to legilate regarding Indians and lands reserved for the Indian Mr. Justice Martland then quoted Section of the Alberta Resources Agreement of Dec. between the provincial and federal governments. This agreement says Indians may take fish and game for their support and substinence and the federal government agrees that the provincial laws governing fish and game in the province shall apply to the Indian. The province agrees that the Indian shall have the right to take fish and game and to trap the year round. The game thus taken shall be used for food by the Indian This regulation is to apply during all seasons of the year on all unoccupied crown land and on any other land to which the Indian may have the right of access. In rendering the Mr. Justice Martland places ex- ceptionally heavy emphasis on the importance of the wildlife acts of the various and also on the preservation of species. At the same time every attempt is made to assure the In- dian of a continuing food supply. The clear implication is that federal legislation is not re- quired to bnng Indians into provincial wildlife management schemes. As the seed stock of wild turkeys in the Porcupine Hills can be protected under provincial legislation. Minor hockey John Csurka slapped in three goals and gave the Totems a 3-3 draw with the Blues in a Pee Wee contest Friday night Kevin Keith Warren and Lance Gilchrist tallied for the Blues who trailed 1-0 after the opening period In another league Hoy Husch scored three times and lifted the Bisons to a 5-1 win over the Falcons Brian Megella and Jeff Moltz chipped in with single markers while Ken Masson replied for the Falcons. goals in the final period .and skated to a 4-1 victory over the Penguins Ron Chns Jon MacFadden and Bradley Misak tallied for the winners while Kevin Wickersham notched a goal in a losing cause The Vikings scored a hard- fought 3-2 decision over the Braves Dwame Ken Hradley and Blair Spence fired in a goal each for the Vikings while Russell Dcrkscn and Mike Monahan scored for ;