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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta To London, Ont. or London England, New Glasgow, N.S. or Glasgow Scotland, Paris, Ont. or Paris France Make All Your Travel Arrangements With ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Pnone 328.32oi Wednesday, November 20, LETHBRIDGE The lethbridge Herald Third Section TIM TANNER, LEFT AND DON MEHEW PREPARE Lee Trevino fined SYDNEY, Australia (AP) Lee Trevino has been fined in Australian money by the Australian Professional Golfers Association for his verbal outburst against the greens of the Royal Melbourne Golf Club 10 days ago. it was announced Wednesday. The fine, heaviest ever im- posed by the Australian PGA on a player for a breach of its rules, amounts to about S690 in American money at the current rate of exchange. Trevino must pay the fine or he will not be allowed to com- pete in Australia again, and also will face disciplinary ac- tion from the U.S. PGA." The action was announced by Colin de Groot. chairman of the Australian PGA tourna- ment committee, because Trevino's complaint violated rules banning competitors from criticizing courses on which they play and sponsors who put up the cash. The Herald Sports Calgary in WHA next says Beddoes TORONTO (CP) The franchise of Vancouver Blazers of the World Hockey Association is likely to be shifted to Calgary next year, columnist Dick Beddoes says in today's Globe and Mail. Beddoes quotes an unnamed WHA club official as saying "there'll be some drastic changes in the WHA as soon as next year." The official also said there has been some discussion of the Canadian teams breaking away from the WHA and setting up their own all- LADIES, IS HE BALD? V MIRACLE MEMBRANE CAN MAKE, A DH TERENCE IN SECONDS. Write ot phone for details now1 Ph. 423-2437 SIR ESCORT 101 LTD Canadian league, with the hope that the three Canadian teams in the NHL would even- tually join them. Beddoes reports the official said the Vancouver team will be shifted to Calgary if owner Jim Pattison "can find some- body to unload the Blazers on in Calgary." The official says that the five teams in the Canadian Division of the are much healthier financially than the nine United States entries- Most clubs have operating budgets of and some won't take in Si-million in gate receipts this winter, the official told Beddoes. Michigan Stags, who moved to Detroit from Los Angeles at the end of last season, may be headed for Baltimore, says the unnamed official. The official says gate receipts in San Diego and Phoenix aren't any higher than they were when those ritics were in Uie Western Hockey League and crowds have been disappointing in In- dianapolis. "What could happen, some of us hope, is that there'll be enough nationalism in Canada to cvcnluaSly force an aJi- Canadian league." Beddoes quotes the affinal as saying. "Wouldn't 11 be a bell of a thing to have teams like the i Montreal i and 'Toronto Maplei Leafs rolling into Winnipeg. Calgary and Kdmonlon? "Some- think Calgary, Edmonton. Winnipeg. Quebec, Canariiens. (Vancouver) Canucks and maybe two Toronto teams (the NHL and WHA Torosi would a great setup. We could interlock some games with Ihr Americans and naturally participate for ihe Stanley Bfddors reports the told him. Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, November 20, 1974 Pages 25 to 32 Lethbridgi Office Furniture Ltd. Lower Level 7th St. Shopping Mall Lethbrldpe. Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING CABINETS Zeniths rate as pre-tourney favorites By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor If you tend to find fault in the saying "there's no place like don't try to convince Ray Stevenson of Magrath. For Stevenson, there just ain't no place like home, particularily during basketball season. Stevenson is the coach of the Magrath Zeniths of the Southern Alberta High School Basketball League and this Friday and Saturday his club plays host to their annual eight team tournament. Joining the Zeniths in the search for the silverware will be St. Mary's Warriors of the Blood Reserve, Stirling Lakers, Catholic Central Cougars, Taber Globetrotters, Cardston Cougars, LCI Rams and Winston Churchill Bulldogs. According to Stevenson the line up of teams for this year's event could be the strongest in the four year history of the Magrath tournament. "The clubs look pretty well said Stevenson, from the information he had received. Stevenson smiled when asked how he felt his club would do this year. "We hope to win it he said, with a wide grin. He can afford to smile. His club, liking it at home, has won the tourney the past three years. However, by the same token, his club will be the target of the other seven clubs entered. The Zeniths, at this stage, have to be considered pre tournament favorites. While Stevenson considers this to be a rebuilding year for his charges, he is more than pleased with the potential of his club. "Time will tell with our stated the coach. "We have lots of potential. It's just a matter now of seeing what happens under game conditions." Stevenson went on to say that he has an excellent bench. He doesn't feel that his club is weakened at all when substitutions are made. That, in itself, is an enviable position to be in. Zeniths will get their first taste of tourney action in the third game of the tournament Friday night at eight o'clock when they host their arch rivals the Stirling Lakers. Jack Hicken of the Lakers can also say it is a rebuilding year for his club and like Stevenson, will have to let time tell the story. Friday's first game features the Warriors and Catholic Central. Stevenson looked over the roster of the Warriors with a warm eye. He feels the Blood Reserve club could be darkhorses this time around. "These boys played in two international tour- naments last year, you'll pointed out Stevenson. "They gained a lot of experience that could help them a great deal." Warriors played in Ireland and then followed up with an excellent showing in Albequerque, New Mexico in an all native tournament. Catholic Central will be tough as they have two big returnees anchoring their club in the persons of 6'2" John Mackley and 6'1" Bill Feher. Stevenson feels that Mackley will be the key to the CCHS Cougars. Cardston Cougars and Taber hit the floor at following the five o'clock Cougar Warrior clash. Taber should be stronger this year with Tim Jesperson and Keith Jensen back in the line up Jesperson is 6'2" while Jensen is another two inches taller. Cardston will rely heavily on the performance of Don Yuill and Rod Beazer. "Yuill is a good says Stevenson "He is very quick and a good jumper." Also figuring to aid in the Cardston cause is rookie Ralph West The final game of the first day will see LCI Rams tangling with the Churchill Bulldogs. Bulldogs, sparked by two year veteran Perrv Mirkovich and Ken Duce, were Southwest League cnamps last year and could be a surprise in the two day Magrath event. Rams, while not having any returnees from last year, are always tough. Mark Baldry. who did see limited action last year. Mike Sheen and Darrv Brooks will form the nucleus for the Rams. Stevenson himself has only three players back from last year's tourney champs. Ron Ha'rker Don Mehew and Ted Haynes Jr. are all in their second year. "We will have a strong defence." says Stevenson "Haynes, at and Harker at man the backboards for us, while Mehew should spearhead the offence." Games Saturday will get under way at 10 in the morning with the consolation finafset for four o clock. Third place will be decided at seven while the primary final goes at Stevenson would like nothing better than to have his club in that game Saturday night. As one young Zenith fan put it the best team win, and I hope it's us." Callus 328-8666 We're testing an entirely new concept in car care service. At Pacific 66, we work hard to give our customers good service. But let's face it nobody's perfect. And when we're not, we want to know about it. That's one of the reasons why we created our new Care Line. Now you can talk directly to Care Centre tell us of any car care or service problems you may have had. And, when you're completely satisfied with the service, we'd like to hear about that, too. Call our Care Line receptionist anytime between a.m. and p.m. Monday through Saturday. Your message will be relayed to the correct department for a prompt reply by phone or letter. Pacific 66 Care Line to help us provide good service for you and your car. Should you wish to write, address your letters to: Pacific 66 Care Line Box 6666 Calgary, Alta. 1 nis message is published with the approval of the four Pacific 66 dealers in Lethbridge. BILL LORAM Chinook 66 1205 Mayor Magrath Drive South TOM JORDAHL Northside 66 313 13 Street North MARTIN HUDECEK Norbridge 66 740 23 Street North LES BILL1NGSLEY Supersonic Car Wash 1819 3 Avenue South ;