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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 29, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 15 Armstrong eclipses barrier Wetaskwin bound These young gals will head for Wetaskwin this weekend for the Alberta House- wives "A" bowling final. The Lethbridge winners are, left to right, Marj Neely, Linda Kaltenbruner, Sharon Sakatch, Chris Burwash and Myrna Kurina. to Camrose The B champs will take part in the provincial final in Camrose. The winners are, left to right, Linda Shoemaker, Sandy Gropp, Donna Shoemaker, Sharon Popick and Jane Uttley. WHA entitled to boast By NEIL CAMPBELL The Canadian Press Now the World Hockey Association has all of the top three goal-scorers in professional hockey history. Frank Mahovlich completed the triumvirate Thursday night, moving ahead of Maurice (Rocket) Richard of Montreal Canadiens with his 545th career goal in a 6-2 loss to Vancouver Blazers. The goal put Mahovlich third on the all-time list behind Gordie Howe of Houston Aeros and Bobby Hull of Winnipeg Jets. All three scored most of their goals in the National Hockey League, where Richard did all of his scoring. Mahovlich passed Richard at of the second period, when he picked up a loose puck in a scramble in front of the Vancouver net and put a wrist-shot between the pads of Blazer goalie Don McLeod "We were passing the puck around pretty well at the time and Dilly (Wayne Dillon) passed it right out to me in the slot and I put it Mahovlich said. "It doesn't matter to me where I scored the goal, in the WHA or the NHL. They're all CAREER OPPORTUNITY IN CAR SALES Weii established Chrysler Dealership requires two persons to fill vacancies in their sales team. Contact MR. FRANK COFFEY at 527-5581 for interview. SHOOTERS' What are the laws gcve'rmg ;he ownership and use o! handguns Whgt orocedures 3re involved in recistenng 3 o.stol or What can tfiev used once you own them? These questions be answered on Cable Vision Channel 2 on Sunday December Is! when gues's Staff Sergean! Brt.mnrll of the Lethbridge City Police J-rank Sommerville Regional Fish and Wildlife Officer of irsc Department of Fish and Wildii'e are interviewed by hos. Bob Hobbs on Ihe locally produced program Hobby Tal1 The topic of this educational ope hour show is cons. and iher use as related to the Criminal Code and "he Wi'dlife Ac" of Alberta Whereas tnose not la-nihar with firearms may lee! ihat Ihe" use is not stncllv regulated there are in facl hundreds of !aws aoverntnq use of fslois rifles and Questions as when a "irearrr: is deemed to be loaded under "he WtldMe Ac! will be discussed by !he panelists The mien! of Ihis feature is 1o inform prospective owners o' steps "o follow in acouirnq a fir-rsrin m addiSion Jo answering some of Jtie mere "ecnmcai delays 4or "hose wtio already own guns As most of oyr 310 well BASTS, jhe 1974 hunting has almost had '1' Early snows would have made the biq tjanv hunting Jets at year with a winter we should Have more bna game season than we nave had There was reasonable success by hare! hunimq good lucv with aimpsi wholesale kills such as we use-d 10 near about MayNo Ihf igri- of snow helped Ihe auv m is rv'sma jt> Remember the slogan Only you can savr hunt ma KINSMAN SPORTS Ml S lETHBRIDQE. ALTA. 378-6822 sup- plier qualilv firearms largel equipment relnatJino camping sear crm DON MARINO ART BOURNE RITA BROOKS KENKOTKAS BOB HOBBS SHEILA XING professional to me and I know if I'd stayed there I would have got it there too." Richard scored his goals in 978 games while Thursday's game was the of Mahovhch's career. The" goal was the 12th of the year for Mahovlich, who scored his first 533 professional goals in the NHL. He had a three-game trial with Toronto Maple Leafs in 1956-57 when he was a junior, then joined the Leafs fulltime the following season. He later played for Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens. Hull scored most of his goals with Chicago Black Hawks of the NHL while Howe overtook Richard dur- ing a long NHL career with Detroit Red Wings. A pair of goals by Danny Lawson highlighted a four- goal second period by the Blazers, who sent the Toros down to their fourth home loss in a row. In Thursday's other WHA games. Quebec Nordiques downed Indianapolis Racers 7- 5. Chicago Cougars edged San Diego Mariners 3-2. Houston Aeros beat Edmonton Oilers 2-0. Real Cloutier's three goals paced the Nordiques. Rene Leclerc added two goals for Quebec. Rookie keeps Cowboy hopes alive THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pittsburgh Steelers, with the eager aid of Miami Dolphins and reluctant assistance of Houston Oilers, could start clearing up a con- fusing National Football League playoff situation Sun- day But they got no help from Dallas Cowboys Thursday, Thanksgiving Day in the United States Dallas was 28 seconds away from mathematical elimina- tion from the playoffs when Clint Longley, who had never run an NFL regular-season play before, threw 50 yards to Drew Pearson for a touchdown, beating Washington 24-23. Denver Broncos beat Detroit Lions 31-27, ending the Lions' playoff chances in Thursday's other game. Pittsburgh, 8-2-1, can clinch the American Conference Central Division with a vic- tory over Houston, 5-6, if the Dolphins beat Cincinnati Mon- day night. That set of circumstances wouldn't eliminate Cincinnati from a wild-card spot, but it would cancel any slim math- ematical hope the Oilers have of gaming the playoffs. In Pittsburgh's last game, Terry Bradshaw and Franco Harris combined with the NFC's stingiest defence to lead the Steelers to a 28-7 vic- tory over New Orleans. Bradshaw threw for two touchdowns, ran for another and tentatively has regained his starting position from Terry Hanratty. Harris, with 114 yards against the Saints, now has 762 for the season and is shooting for his second 000-yard plus season. Houston quarterback Dan he can keep Pittsburgh off his back after being sacked seven times last week by give the Steeler defence trouble. In other Sunday games, Baltimore Colts visit Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs are at St Louis Cardinals, New England Patriots at Oakland Raiders, Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers at New York Jets, New York Giants at Chicago Bears and San Fran- cisco '49ers at Cleveland Browns, The Cowboys have been in the playoffs the last eight years and could gam an un- precedented ninth if the Redskins, 8-4, lose a few more and Dallas. 7-5, wins a few more Longley, replacing the in- jured Roger Staubach, passed over the head of Redskin defensive back Mike Bass and Efren Herrera kicked the winning point that sent the Texas Stadium crowd into a frenzy. Before the winning touchdown strike. Longley had connected with Bob Hayes on a fourth-and-six situation to keep Dallas alive at midfield. Denver's Otis Armstrong ran for a touchdown and 144 yards to surpass the 1.000- yard mark in the last game ever to be played at Detroit's Tiger Stadium, Next year the Lions move to a new stadium in nearby Pontiac. Mich. Quarterback Greg Landry, completing 12 passes in a row. tried desperately to rally De- troit GIFT BICYCLES BIG SELECTION PRICED FOR GIFTING LAYAWAY A BIKE for CHRISTMAS NOW Over 500 Bikes in Stock Standards, 3-5-10 speeds ALL COM BIKES AT 1973 PRICES Bert Macs Cycle Ltd. 913-3rdAve.S. Phone Bonavena hopes to fight AH BUENOS AIRES (Reuter) Argentine heavyweight Oscar Bonavena hopes to fight Muhammad All for the world title next year, says the newspaper Cronica In an interview with the newspaper, he said he had a telephone conversation Thursday with Italian promoter Rodolfo Sabbatmi. who told Bonavena he had been in touch with All's lawyer Bob Haron. Bonavena said he was told they arrived at "an agreement in principle that we should fight for the title and September next year." The newspaper also quoted Bonavena as saying that Sabbatmi has cancelled his bout against Joe Frazier. scheduled for Melbourne on Dec. 14. "for economic reasons No purse has been set for his possible bout with Ah. who defeated George Foreman to win the title, but Bonavena said "we are going to ask for 10 per cent of total takings which would be about S2 million ROOKIE CLINT LONGLEY CLUTCHES GAME BALL Union would create more problems for junior hockey SASKATOON (CP) Ma- jor junior hockey operators are "fighting for their finan- cial lives" and talk about a un- ion for junior players will only create more problems for the operators, says Ed Chynoweth of Saskatoon, president of the Western Canada Hockey League. Chynoweth was referring to comments by Brent Imlach, a partner in a Toronto firm call- ed Pro Athlete Career Plan- ning. Imlach. a former junior player from London. Ont., and son of Punch Imlach, general manager of Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League, said last week there is a need for a union for junior players. Imlach said junior players need a union to protect themselves against such ac- tion as a move by the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A series, which earlier this year inserted a clause into junior contracts requiring the Suns' Renner shines BLAIRMORE (Special) Don Renner scored three goals to pace Taber Golden Suns to a 7-2 Alberta Junior Hockey League victory over the Pass Red Devils Thursday night. The Golden Suns, who led 3- 0 and 5-1 by periods, also got goals from Dean Solheim. Rocky Saganuk, Bernie Syrcnne and Dale Setoguchi. Hal Papke got one of the Red Devils goals in the second period while Brian Didier got the other in the final 20 minutes. Taber took nine of 16 minor penalties called in the game and the teams split a pair of majors. Perry Turnbull of The Pass was also given a game misconduct. The Pass outshot Taber 36- 30. Meanwhile Calgary Canucks scored six goals in the first period to go on to an 8-4 league win over DrumheHer FaJcons. The win moved Calgary into a three-way tie in the stan- dings for first place with and Spruce Grove Mcts. Leading 1he scoring for Ore Canucks was Mike Mclvor with three Singles came from Kent Lowry, Ralph Patterson. Dave Scoti. Laune Reno and Jim Wishloff Grant Pushie and Ron Rose both scored two goals for Drumhrllrr Canucks led 6-1 after the lirs! period and 8-4 after the second Calgary outshot DrumheHer 46-41 and look 14 of 27 minors and one major The teams both took a misconduct players to return 20 per cent of the money they earn in their first three years as professionals to the junior club for which they played. "Imlach is obviously living in a dream land, or is trying to become established as a player agent by creating more problems for junior hockey operators." Chynoweth said in a prepared statement "If there are any problems facing junior hockey players today the major one would probably be the constant hounding of our players by player agents who suddenly have come into being and give the appearance of white knights in shining armor "The agents give the young players a super sales job of what he. the agent, can do for the athlete while quietly creaming his share of the gold off the top for fees rendered.'" Chynoweth said the WCHL does not have a 20-per-cent clause in its contracts. He said the major problem facing the WCHL is the collecting of draft money from the professional leagues "Professional hockey, since the birth of the World Hockey Association and expansion by the NHL. has become a far more lucrative business for the players than it has for the junior operators. "Although I agree no player ever got rich playing junior hockey, he did get the oppor- tunity to serve an appren- ticeship, which, if he is talented enough, could lead to financial security for life. "I am confident the majori- ty of junior hockey players are far more interested in im- proving their hockey ability on the ice rather than worry- ing about some smooth talker trying to convince them about a union. "What purpose would a un- ion Chynoweth said the WCHL has been paid for only six of the 78 juniors drafted last year by.the NHL and WHA. Junior operators were starting to worry about the lack of funds, particularly since the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association and the two major professional leagues had not come to an agreement "The player is the only bargaining power junior hockey operators hold I wish I had an answer as to what is the best for the junior player and operator. There is no doubt pro hockey has to pay for development. "One thing is certain A un- ion of junior hockey players would be of little benefit to us or the players We have enough trouble getting money for our players without having to be faced with a union." High school basketball Action gets underway on four fronts tonight as the Southwest Basketball Conference begins another season Vauxhall travels to Claresholm. Milk River will be in Coaldale. Taber W. R Myers hosts Fort Macleod. and Stirling is at home to Pic- ture Butte in the season openers. Action continues in the Far West Basketball League with three games as the schedule moves into its third week Matthew Halton visits Coalhurst. Nobleford travels to Crowsnest Consolidated, and St. Michael's plays host to Crowsnest Consolidated tonight. HERE NOW The 1975 HONDA CIVIC (The Automobile Re-Thought) LIST PRICE S2979 Preterviced F.O.B. Lethbridge 2 and 3 door models 2 barrel carburetor Front wheel drive speed transmission, full syncromesh Overhead camshaft motor McPhearson struts suspension front and rear Gas mileage you won't believe McFADDEN MOTORS Corner 2nd ft 9th St. S. Phone 327-7250 CLIP THIS COUPON SUIT OR CO-ORDINATE at Regular Prices. Offer nplrw 31. 1974 ;