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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 21, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALO Final preparations Coach Ray Stevenson, kneeling, goes over last Jr. look in on the plans Stevenson has made ready for minute plans with three of his Magrath Zeniths. From the two-day Magrath High School tournament which left to right, Ron Marker, Vince Harker and Ted Haynes gets under way Friday at five. Library tough Taber St. Marys dominate volleyball Miner's Library defeated the Labor Club 9-3 in City- Recreation Hockey League play Wednesday night. Richard Chollack, Larry Boulton and Chris Wandler all had two goals for the winners while singletons went to Doug Harrold. Cam Hodgen and Jerry Heck. Jerry Veres. Ken Krist- jansen and Brian Luco scored for the Labor Club. Purity Bottling outdistanc- ed the LCC 7-2 in the second game of the night. Dave Ball and Brian Jesson potted two apiece for the Bottlers and Tim Negrello. Ken Hutton and Greg Hamilton rounded out the winners' scoring. Terry Pocza and Jerry Peterson scored for the losers. The Southwest Conference High School Volleyball season wound up Wednesday night with a single game played at Milk River. The match was dominated by the Milk River girls as they defeated the winless Picture Butte team five straight games. A league tournament was held over the past weekend and the Winston Churchill girls team, though they wound up the season in fifth place in the final standings, walked off with first prize. In boys" action at the tour- nament first place honors went to St. Mary's of Taber who also topped the league standings with a 5-0 record. St. Mary's girls of Taber were the winners of the conference over the season despite finishing with the identical 6-1 record held by the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute. St. Mary's was given the nod on the strength that it was they who handed the LCI team their only defeat during the year. Following are the final stan- dings in both the boys and girls divisions: Summer Games at Coleman Coleman has been selected as the site of the Southern Alberta Summer Games. The Southern Alberta Recreation Association, in making the an- nouncement, felt that approximately athletes from the South would take part. The Games will be a four-day event and will take place late in July. DOES YOUR FURNACE LOOK LIKE THIS? REPLACE IT WITH A NEW FURNACE From ALCON REFRIGERATION HEATING Carrier the same lime why no1 install an Air Conrjilioning System complete with Power Humidifier anrj ic Air Cleaner For further information and a tree ratimate call ALCON REFRIGERATION HEATING Furnaces, Sheet Metal and Heating, Air Conditioning 2214-43rd St. S. Phone 327-S816 BOYS St. Mary's. Taber W. R. Meyers. Taber Fort Macleod....... Winston Churchill Vauxhall............. LCI.............. GIRLS St Mary's. Taber..... LCI Vauxhail.......... Fort Macleod........ Winston Churchill W. R, Meyers. Taber V.ilk River......... Picture Butte W 5 4 2 2 2 0 W 6 6 3 2 Oliver wins Terry Mitchell. Dale McMann and Jessie Brooks each scored once as Chemicals edged past ACT 3-2 in Industrial Hockey League action. Myron and Harry Malchow replied for ACT who trailed 3-1 at one stage of the game. Suns' Renner third in AJHL scoring RED DEER Ryan Worker of Orumheller Falcons has vaulted into the scoring lead in the Alberta Junior Hockey League in Minor hockey The Pec Wt-c Vikings rack- ed up an 8-1 win over the Bisons in Lrlhbndge JtJinor Horkoy Ix-aguc play. Daryl Hobritson had the hat-lnrk (or the victor? and Frank Popson scored two finals. Sinclrions went to Bnwdrn, Krn Pep Bruce Kos'a'ansfcv. Krvin was Ino lone Bison marksman Also in Poo WIT action the Totems and Ihr Hlurs holtlr'.J 1o a deadlock Scoring for the Totems was JVmj: Snostak with two and Brad Harvir. "Vjirbnel Gibson and Michael Hughes. The Blues" scoring was handled by Al Hapkins. Dan Slobada. Brian Nordland. Al Hascar and Klein In a game played Saturdav Geot P.-jskusfci hnln coals, leading the Flames In a 2-0 virlorv over the Canucks statistics released Wednesday nicht by the league The statistics include all panics played to date. Wecker. who won the scor- ing championship in two the las) three seasons, has 42 points on 2] pnals and 21 assists. He is one pnjnt ahead captain Barry Lassilrr of Dorr H filers, wrv iiimjiul inlo second r'ar" >m 'he strength of a 12-pnini week Lassilrr leads in wilh 23 Three players Hon Kenner