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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta IHE UTHRKIOGl HtRAlD Tupidoy, Novi'mlirr 30, 1771 ITCH: THE TW-'j S03E3. 'JFJMATc, IT'S TALES'A30UT WHAT CAN I SOMETHIN'NICETO'ER.., AS FA? AS Kib'S CONCs COMIN' A- AUU IS THc SINC53EST F03M Or FLATTERY.' Clarence Campbell and others named defendants the 1972-7.1 scaam loB- season at Neil Shayno I nounccd it. would, indeed, ex- and'pand earlier, awarding fran- anter {'.up clxatnix had, home snowed !ip tor ;i ion !o mark th-eir i iiiinph over Toronto Ar- ill the Canadian Fool- championship game '.-incomer Sunday. "Pi': ,ind ok! alike, chaining :'rr i" and Siamps -tood shoulder to shoulder id Hied every available spare tin' iv'49-soat Stampede Cor- otin. saved (.heir 1 elvers for coach Jim Duncan and middle linebacker Wayne llarrK named the most out- standing player in t.he East- West final. Fans were stretched along a five-mile route from the interna- tional airport to the downtown reception centre. STAJ1PS1 Along the rctite, Stainped- ers drove through a makeshift archway, erected by teen-agers, and under a red and white sign ivhich read: "Thanks 71 Stamps. Welcome Homo." Housewives stepped out of their homes and waved red flags, a group of Canadian Red Cros? Satiety memlxrs dis- played a Red Cross banner, and garage mechanics, storekeepers and other businessmen stopped work io welcome :inmo. At the airport, when the Stampcders arrived 20 minutes chartered flight, they trumpets and screaming. West. The Stampeders are the Cup drought and the fan hich in- I weren't about to forget it. Other sigrs along the parade Big Bed. We love yen." "We ya Stamps." CHEER THEIR HEUOES At Ihe reception, the d Harris wore introduced, they let loose with a barraee of cheers that AT Capri Ihe-binvliT il was a Pedersen, ;i i the lanes, men and in Young Adult to games of father, Steve. 1 capture top this year of-lhe-week Mixed, hitti triple to catch n for piny in first of'the pair. 1. it was another family affair in competition, only this time combination Brenda with tremendous ability on ii in the holiest series of the, i combined, as she blistered the pins for a sensational 980 triple, thanks 335 and 341 coached by her I'.remla will undoubtedly be favored lo iip'iors in the V13C Canadian final later Father Steve took the men's bowlcr- with a fine performance in Major fur 383. new high single, and an 8IH ml lip. too, will he among the favorites rill on the Southern Alberta zone team Western Canadian rolloffs afler the so it's hats off lo t.he talented ing liere was to I'.nook as rcsixjiirled Monday by filing million a n t i -t rust suit against tlie league. The damage suit, filed in U.S. 1) i r, t r i c t Court in Brooklyn, names as defendants Campbell; N'lll, clMirir.M of Ihe board, William W. Wirlz; vice-presi- dent Don V. Kttck and the chair- men and presidents of all 14 MIL teams. Shjiync, who already has a suit pending against Nassau County his team plans to play in Vrlcnins Memorial Coliseum in Hompstead when Ihe 12-eltib WHA is seliedulcd lo begin oper- ating with the 1072-73 season- said the NHL "hasn't even got anybody to award the franchise they just gave it to the county." At tlw Nov. meeting, how- ever, Campbell said there was one bidder, a group headed by Roy Boe, owner of New York NVts of the American Basket- Capri Howl v, ill be the scene of a triples handicap tourna- ment this weekend. Action gets muiei1 way at one o'clock with two more shifts to follow at and four. A handicap event, the three averages on each team can- lot exceed 700. The handicap will be decided on 75 per cent of the difference from 700. Bowlers are asked lo use their lighest league average, based on 18 games, as of Nov. 27. If no average is established the scratch handicap of 220 for women and 250 for men must be used. Four games are planned each shift and teams may change one bowler to form a new team has been settled with teams taken on u first-come, first- S'.TVC basis. All entrants must ha members of Ijethbridge Five-Pin Bowling Association. Western Canada rules to apply. Entries will be laJten at Capri Bowl or can bo. obtained from any committee member, Bob Coslanzo, Al Smith, Dave or Reg Smeed. Please advise what shift preferred and cash is lo accompany entry. Rustl ers. ilrenda and 980 were new season highs in Young and Steve's 383 is the new high single in Major with John Rempel posting an iuiti triple for the high in the same league other highs for the year set this past week were Jean Passey's IU1 Music, lied with Dorothy Sorenson, and .lean's 874 triple in Wilson's Junior Shop, Joe Gil- letl's 794 triple in Eagles, and a T56 triple by Lcs Sackney in I he Friendly League. in a Y Linda Sla nversnine Sandra V. it lournamenl in Edmonton, rns v. ere never iVy cruised M P k'fi''i- before sparse Gary Smith led horns attack with while Keith McDonald and Brian I.uco chipped in with two apiece. .Sindcii-'r.s came off the sticks of Al Ferechuk. Wayne Laza- ruk. Tunow, Gem' Garvelle. Jim Stewart A hoarse-throated Duncan, ob- viously overcome with emotion, said: "f lost my voice but we won a "no football game. I'm most appre- a cr involves the j dative to this football club hi year of eligibility which is cause they placed third in the girls' single, and posling high single of 301 with fourth and Syznn McDonald fifth Ron Taylor rolled high single for the boys with 305 In the Col. Sanders south zone filial at Capri, tv.-o of the four teams to qualify for the provincial final in Calgary were from Lethb'ridge One learn was made up of Dorothy Harrison, Sharon Davidson. Elaine Streliev, Donna Campbell and Bev Harrison who. with a 157 average, came up with 262 and 261 in her final Iwo games to help pace her team the other local squad to make the grade was comprised of Grace Marshalsay, Deena Cramer, Lnnia Matthews. Joanne Hancock and Bea Salmon who wa? the hig gun wilh 262-265-210-258 for a 995 Tlip pace-sellers among the men in league play included Frank Donald wilh a 300 in Prebuill, Wait. Crombez 302 in B and E Hardware, .Mike '.Martell and 791, Bruce Canfield 360 and 779, Gary Tim- bridge 301 anil 804, Jack Smeed 311 and iili, Ken Kurtz 303 and. Ken King 312 in Gordie's, wilh Jack Srneed hilling for 326 and 853 in Grren's along with Cecil -Murakami 311, Klmer Elaschuk 314 and Bill bail Association which recenily and bowl three shifts if de- signed a five-year agreenienl lo I sired. The cost per shift, in- cluding lineage, lias been scl I at S2.75. Prize money for the one-day event has been set at. with the winning trio to receive Second place is worth and third H more than 20 teams enter prize money will be in- creased. The entire prize money will be returned. A limit of 20 teams per shift play in the Nassau facility. DECLINES COMMENT j refused to comment! on Shayne's action. "The place lo discuss these matters is in court." he said from Montreal, the, league's headquarters. Shayne said the million figure was selected "because tlie NHL and the New York Rangers have, determined that tlie franchise out here is worth ?6 million for entry into the league plus ?5 million for in- demnity to the Rangers for en- tering their territory. "That makes Sll million and the Sherman Anti-Trust Act pro- vides for triple Ii2 said. Meanwhile. Campbell is meet loday in Montreal with city officials and businessmen from Indianapolis, which is seeking an XHL franchise. Heading the group are Deputy Mavor John Wallis and John Wcissert. general manager of Indiana Pacers of the ABA. Griese leads Miami in win MIAMI (API Bob Griese, Ihe leading touchdown tosser in Ihe National Football passed for two S'-ores and di-i reeled an awesome Miami of- 1 fence fhat brought the Dolphins j day an easy 34-3 victory over Chi- 1 'Team directors ratified the cago Bears Monday night for earlier this season." said their eighth KIOD DEER Alberta Junior Hockey League teams have been fined (each) for violation of a league rule which prohibits tlie use of players by parent major jun- ior teams the same day AJKL teams have games scheduled. President Jim Scoular of Cal- gnry announced the fines Mon- day against Red Deer Rustlers and Edmonton Maple Leafs for allowing players to be used by Western Canada league teams Nov. Forwards Greg Scott and Bill Hayes o[ Red Deer played for Vancouver Nat's in a WCHL game in Flin Flon and Marcel Comcau of the Maple Leafs ap- p e a r e d with Edmonton Oil Kings in a game against Cal- gary Centennials in Edmonton. Red Deer, a Vancouver affil- iate, and fur Maple Leafs, affil- iated with the Oil Kings, both games scheduled the same consecutive, Scoular, "because they felt the triumph. i league should have some de- Griese was relieved in the i gree of control over such affili- taianapoh, is building an fourth quarter by George Mira, i alions and because they felt it Ifl.OOO-seat dnwiviown arena to be the Pacers' new home, hut officials believe basketball dates alone would not be enough to keep the arena operating at a profit. Taylor 311 Tak Katakami also rolled 311 and 809 with Wimp Nakamura pacing Jf'CA with 350 and 822 Civil Son-ice leaders were Blair Hurt 307, Bob Spitzer 303 and Bob Schiller 316 while in Major Mixed the big pins were Stove 383 and 864. John Rempel 371 and 886. Gary Tunbridge 353 and 864 and Ken King 344 and 871 Ken Kurtz rolled 367 and 903 and Bob Oinotami 323 in Young Adults. In the penalty al the University of Leihbrid'Te the Fronghorns picked up 14 of j was elected vice 13 minor infractions and also the Canada West Association were nailed for three minute miscnndiicis ar.d two game misconducts. Meanwhile, on Saturday night the Pronghorns blasted in three markers in each of the three periods to belt the Y's Men's Native Sons hoi season. "We're the No. 1 football learn; you're the No. 1 fans." power to commissioner i advisory committee announced Jim Ferguson led the Prong- i Monday that total power of ad-: The NBA said the action i Conslr ions with a three goal per-1 ministration Is betas conferred Kennedy the most now-1 ln Homos, Cherj'O 0 ormanci- v.-.-ile Keith -Mc-Don-, on commissioner Walter Ken- w'fl11 "dminist'rative figure in' 11'01'- Brenda Pedorsen with iwo. States sports" Rovvos Bob Turner, "The owners fed." Ahe Pol- Kennedy now has full and Among the gals, Ethel Kozak led Higa's with 313 v.-ilh Kay Mann '-oiling 29-1 while Shirlcy'Warner had a 327 in I', and K Hardware Vclma Miller's and 735 paced Senior Citizens with Dorolhy So- renscn's 314 and 78li and .lean Passey's 341 and 874 tops in Dianne Parascak led Spccdys with M2H while Tica Salmon had 330 and and Karen Carney 299 and 793 in Marlinizing others in Die limcliglit were Suzan McDonald 313 and 781 and Eleanor Dorigalti 32G in Green's Shoes, May Ilie- bert 312 and Anderson 300 and Mary Wishnevski 321 in NnMode Homes, Vcra Nicholls 31R nction, Nadine Kovacs 314 Ohormeyer 317 in YBC Ju- .'ith her big 341 and 980 and Carolyn Passey 305 in Young Adults. i running the National Basketball j without appeal. However in iged hotn Association as it is now consti-' cases of individual fines or sus- j i wjtn neress'tates pensions the action will be siib- i BOWLADROME I pc.iogs. I tnejx.nferring power of joet to aji apical to the B.tin j Vce: scores lomeowners Owning ynur home is like money in Inn bank. Us called "equity" and havinq "oquily" in.your home you special al Ihe Associales. 1014 3rd Avonur Sou PHONE 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED NORRRIDGE 1 BLIND J PIN MIXED 10 rvil f.iMitn 1U f.jt (li'f Thon-as 170. 170; 230: Tultln Maur 226; Ken Carol) 273; Doun CIVIL SERVICE Rial' "un 307 Tom A'rhh-'l. .'.9 tti'.ll; Rob Spitzer 303; Lew Wiill 246; Len f.rhrlhnrr 780; Bob Sr.hulei 31f; L-HD 75R; Karlyn !'.T; Alicp Rirt 25Q; Wooltlrklqf 238; Francis Harris no, Eiiilh Voil Minor key Tiie Lalior Club Koos scored at will as they trounced Ihe Ca- nadians 13-0 in Bantam "A" action Monday night. Greg Monteith led the Bees with a three-goal performance while Denis Ludwig and Vic Stasiuk chipped in with two apiece. Scott Jarvio, Peter Wenzoll. Osmond, Keith Miyashiro John Laying ami Dick'Shard- low all added solo markers. Shardlmv also picked up five assists while Richai Johnson was credited wilh the shutout. In another Bantam "A" con- gest, David Linton fired home two goals and paced tho Mar- oons to a fi-l victory Ihe Maple U-afs. Toni Meli. Conrad Kuyker, David Bourassa and Ed w a r d ranson aided with singletons. Dave Slusar averted a shut- out with a second period mark- Wes F i n d 1 a y and Randy 'harlesworth slammed in two ;oals each and gave the Nug- gets a 5-1 win over the Blades n Bantam "BM action. Tony Simioni chipped in with a single effort while Walter Dyck replied for the Blades. Bill Hensell's second goal of the game proved lo be the win- ner as tho Royals edged the Comets 7 6 in Midget action Monday. Dennis Takahashi also scored twice for the winners while singles went lo Doug Sturm. Ken Waiter and Randv Moore. Tom Kenealy. with" a pair, and Lawrence Gardner. Larry Pelo. Ifs Caiman, and Clar- ence Sirovy.ik, wilh one each, i-cplied for Ihe Comets. gave the Dolphins their was their obligation to' fans to final touchdown on pass to Otto Stowe. The humiliating defeat of the Bears lifted the Dolphins' record to best in the NFL increased their lead to K games over the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Colts in the battle for the American Conference East title. 13-yard ice the best team possible on any given day." Scoular said the Maple will have the right lo appeal if Comcau remains with Ihe Oil Kings for longer than tlie "usual trial period.'' He said S'cott and Haynes have since relumed to Red Deer. ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION W L T F A PtF 15 1 4 101 SI 3.1 13 3 6 5.1 40 37 15 5 2 g7 -W 3'1 E 7 p 63 :i 71? 4 (W 61 IB fi 14 J 7fi A 1 5 65 93 13 LEAGUE Division WEST DIVISION 37 35 B I-! 2 71 1R HOCKEY SCORES American Tidewater 5 Hc-rsMey 2 Manitoba Juninr Dfliiphin 1-1 Kilriannn i Saskatchewan Junior Eitevan Dame 0 British Colombia Junio Pich-nonri 3 Criilliwark 1 w i L r A pi. 43 11 34 17 27 .12 IS 75 35 71 15 17 17 25 U 2? 33 20 28 25 H 23 25 24 23 26 25 2! 29 12 73 I 3ft 15 77 3ft 70 77 II PIN Gc-r'io Willjo 21.0 Ron Tom Pratt 17.! A. 157. CAPRI ROWL I FRIDAY SCHOOLS 1 JUNIORS I 717; I'd BANTAM', H.Tml Peilrmi llhy U7. 202; VI'., I vnn U2; :..irM 7.T., l.ri.f 2M DOUG'S LADIRS j Andf.rf.f.n 2-11; <-rn 737 Irpun I V'.Mr.v. Fi-.h Au.-lM.y (.u, Ann VCM SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE Lethbriclge Warriors vs ___ Lcthbridge Midget Elks Wed., Dec. 1 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE ADMISSION: Aduhs JSt Shidonti 50e Children 25d SNOW CLEAT F78-14 Studded F78-15 Studdod While G73-14 Studded While G78-15 Studded Whits Each COMPliTE TJRi Y J02 I.. South ;