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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THt LETHBRIDOJ HERALD Thuridny, Novemb.r 30, 1971 Three file suit EDMONTON (CP) The Ca- nadian Amaleur Hockey Asso- ciation's constitution could be questioned Friday when the Al- bprla Supreme Court hears an an application by four junior hockey plnyers who want to play with Ihe team of their choice. The four are seeking interim and permanent injunctions to quash an Alberta Amateur Hoc- key Association ruling which barred them from playing lor Edmonton's South Side Athletic Club. They also are seeking each in damages and unspeci- fied damages for the Athletic Club. Joe Kryczka, CAHA presi- dent, said in a telephone inter- view from Calgary Tuesday, that the legal battle could be- come a national test case. "They're our rules and regu- lations that are being question- he said, "and sooner or later we have In determine whether a voluntary organiza- tion can govern it's own affairs. And, i! we can't we want to know why we can't." The players, William Kidd, 19, Gary Kokolski, 10, Ted Ed- mundson, 19, and Darrell Zel- inski, 17, were members of the Edmonton Maple Leafs of the Junior Hockey League last season. The team has fold- ed since. STII.L HANG ON The statement of claim says that even though the team has been disbanded, the Maple Leafs organization still refuses to let the youths play for the team of their choice. The AAHA has ruled that the players be- long to the Edmonton Mets, a team formed from the Maple Leafs and another Edmonton, entry, the Movers, in the AJHL last season. Named as defendants are the CAHA, the AAHA, the Maple Leafs and the Mets. Kryczka said a test case could clear up what rights his and other "voluntary organizations" have in dicacing rules to their memberships. Some parents have taken the CAHA and its provincial affili- ates to court over similar situa- tions in the past, and Kryczka said a test case could stop these isolated and costly legal ac- tions. The case was first heard and adjourned on Nov. 2, but the CAHA wasn't named as a de- fendant then. The associatior has since asked to be included in the list of defendants. The situation arose in Octo- ber when seven junior players, including the four defendants, asked for releases from the Mets. In early November, the AAHA granted releases to three play- ers on the grounds they were taking university courses and wouldn't be able to make road trips. The four others were re- fused releases. Under CAHA rules, a player signs a registration card with the association's provincial af- filiate and is committed to play for one team or organization until he Is granted release be- cause of age or because he moves out of the organization's jurisdiction. More sport on page 10 CARRY LCI COLORS Jim Whitelaw, coach of rtie Letlibridge Collegiate Inslilura Rams takes lime out from prodice to his starting five a couple of close in shols. Rams will host seven other high schools in the annual LCI Invilational tourney which gets under way Friday afternoon at A p.m. Rams' starting line-up, left lo right, are Curtis Klovansky, Joey Shackleford, KelK- Wilde, Kelly Strong and Mike Day. (Rick Ervin. photo) Rams want one thing, nice to win tourney Jim Whitelaw and his bridge Collegiate Rams have been bridesmaids at their own invitational high school basket- ball tournament but never the bride. However, Whilelaw Is opti- mistic about his clubs chances in this year's edition of the event which opens Friday eve- ning with four games. Earlier in the year Magratb Zeniths hosted seven other clubs in a similar two day tourney and came away with the spoils. Whitelaw, and you can't blame him, is hoping lightning will strike twice. Should lightning strike twice it would be the first time [or Whitelaw and his charges in the six-year history of the eight- Learn event. The biggest challenge for the Rams may come from an un- biown quantity in a pair of American high schools, Krem- lin and Valier Panthers. Krem- in-Gilford Cougars have been at the Collegiate before. This is heir third year at the event P.M. SPECIAL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ARROW TACHOMETER ONLY 31 Regular 3S.95 IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT SHOP EARLY MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY 471 5th St. S. 327-4951 and in 1970 they won it sll. The Panthers will be on hand for the first time. Catholic Central Cougars, under coach Dean Dahl, were the best in Alberta last year. They were 10-0 in league play and went on to win the pro- vincial title. On to their suc- cessful season they took time sports menu THURSDAY City Recrealton Hockey League. Miners' Library vs Purity Bollling 6 p.m. Henderson Ice Centre. FRIDAY LMhbrldge Collegiate Institute bas- ketball lourncy. Eight high school learns. Games begin" A p.m. with ihe at live and All draws al Ihe Lelh- bridge Curling Club. SATURDAY Ccllegiale Institute bas- lourney. gets underway al E.-5 with games throughout Ihe day. Ccnsolalicn final al primary final fit nine o'clock. All games al Ihe Ccl- Icciale. Centra! AILerla Junior D Hcckey League. Olds vs Lelhbridge Nalive Sena. Henderson Ice Centre p.m. Southern Alliera Juvenile League. Vulcan vs Kinsmen Warriors 5 p.m. Hcnrjerscn Ice Ccnlrc. Amateur boxing card. Lcthbrldqe Boxin'i Club 12 or more amaleur bouts cornmL-ncinq a I seven o'clock. Civic Centre room. Grey Cup Rainbow Ijonspicl. Draws throughout iho af'crnxn and evening. All draws al Lollibridgc Curling Club. Ccnlral Junior B Hockey League, urumnoiier vs Lelhbridge. Henderson Ico Centre 2 p.m. Grey Cup Rainbow boniplcf. final draws of three clay cvcnr set lor Lelhbrldfje Curling Cluo. out long enough to win the LCI honors and on paper are as strong BS any team entered in the weekend tourney. Basket- ball tourneys, however, are won on points scored, not OD paper. Rounding out the entry list the Zeniths, Grand Forks from British Columbia, Calgary Sir Winston Churchill and Regina Campbell Collegiate. Friday's opening draw reads as follows; 4 p.m. Catholic Cen- tral vs Grand Forks; Ma- grath and Kremlin; Valier vs Winston Churchill and 9 p.m. LCI meets Campbell Collegiate. Play gets under way Satur- day morning at with games throughout the day. TJie consolation final is set for start followed by the pri- mary final at nine. Elks roll Three goals by Baden Pilling and two from three o'.her players powered the Leth- bridge Midget Elks to a con- vincing 13-5 triumph over Vul- can Blazers in Southern Al- hcrta Juvenile League action Wednesday evening. Pilling scored twice in the first period and once in the second as the Elks led 74 and 10-5 by periods. Reg Osmond, Joe Jleli and Mike Boychuk each in with two markers while solo ef- forts were turned in by Eon Miles, Rick Collier, My lea Fox and Bornie Syre-nnc. Ron Schlaht scored twice for Vulcon with singles coming from George Nolan, Warren Lchsack and Ivan Becker. West club has good workout Sazio jokingly upset, Roughies' gear arrives HAMILTON (CP) Sas- katchewan Roughriders' u n i- forms and gear finally ar- Hamilton Tiger-Cats are sorry they did. The Roughriders' equipment was mislaid en route from Re- gina, delaying the Western champions' practice for Sun- day's Grey Cup, emblematic of Canada's football championship. However, it arrived in Urns for the Western Football confer- ence champions to work out un- der the lights long alter the Eastern champs had packed it in for the day. At a dinner thrown for the nominators of the ton players for 1972, Ralph Eazio, Ticats general manager, said he "wished the Saskatchewan stuff had never arrived at all." Despite those wishes, the equipment did arrive and, as Saskatchewan head coach Dave Skrien put it, "We had a pretty good workout." When the Rough Riders boarded their plane, their equipment apparently made the load too heavy and the gear was left behind, to be picked up by a later flight. LIKES LESS TROUBLE Skrien says he is not a super- stitious coach, but he likes to "have things work out a little better than they did the first day." There has Iwen considerable discussion about which learn maintain its momentum. Each came up with a big game to capture their respective con- ference titles. The major difference, and one which would appear to have benefited Saskatchewan, is that the Ticals had to play a two- game, total point series while the Western-champion Riders played a final for the first time. 'Usually the western team Is pretty beat up by the time we go to the Grey said Skrien. "This time we have a bit of an advantage." The Roughriders polished off Edmonton Eskimos in a sudden- death semifinal, then upset Winnipeg Blue Bombers the fol- lowing weekend in a sudden- death final, the first time In years the Western final had not been a best-of-three affair. "The two-week layoff Is a plus on our Skrien said. He added that after the Winni- peg game the Roughriders practised for about three days, then took three days off "just to give them time to get football off their minds." He said he thought this philos- ophy was better than trying to keep the team "un" after its tremendous performance in the WFC playoffs. Minor hockey Ken Ohno got two goals as the Bisons trimmed the Vik- ings 5-3 in Pee Wee action. Reg Hegan, Boh Thompson and Andy Bedford added singles. Anton Minaly, Bill Boycc and Perry Odney replied for the Vikings. The Falcons doubled the score on the Flames 4-2 as Terry Hamilton notched a brace. Kevin Hamilton and Jon Low completed the scoring. Mario Gurski and Craig Ny- rose scored for the Flames. The Stampeders scored six times in the third period to belt the North Stars 9-2 in Midget League action. Byron Lee and Lanny Hen- dry led the way for the win- ners with two goals each. Sin- gles went to Doug Stcnbeck, James Richards, Alan Boras, Royce Hancock and David Ro- hovie. Dan Burgwall and Rick Par- kyn replied for the Stars. The Roughriders are staying in semi-isolation in nearby Sto- ney Creek and Skrien said the team is healthier than it has been for the last four or five games. "As I understand it, Hamilton Is healthy too, so it should be a great Grey Cup." At the nominators' dinner, all nominees far Ihe mabr awards In the Canadian Football League showed up except the rookies. Saskatchewan's Tom Camp- ana had lo attend the belatea practice tnd Chuck 'Enley, Hamilton's quarterback, had to meet 'us fiancee and future i-iaw. The city Is building itself to a fever pii.ch lor Sunday'; big game. Lis'.ening tu the usual in- formed sources, suca as cab drivers end waiters, most of the betting seems lo be on the Ti- ger-Cats. Saskatchewan has to over- come the fact that In the last four meetings In the national fi- nal between the two clubs, Hamilton has been the winner. On the other hand, it has been 20 years since a Argonauts in the na- tional championship on its own field. Rinke in main event Amateur bouts Saturday Carmen Rvnke, a finalist In the western Canada championships last year, will meet his biggest challenge of the year this Sat- urday evening at seven. The Lethbridge Boxing Club, In conjunction with a boxing of- ficials clinic, will stage an ama- teur fight card that could see as many as 14 bouts ranging Rainbow opens on Friday The 1972 edition of the Rain- bow Bonspiel opens Friday eve- ning with two draws at the Lethbridge Curling Club. A Chang.: of format in the an- nual event took place last year and will again be followed this year. Even the name of the event has changed. It is now the Grey Cup Rainbow with 000 in prize money up for grabs. A three-day affair, entries went for S100 a rink and 32 four- somes from various parts of Alberta as well as British Col- umbia are in the battle for top money. Draws commence Friday eve- ning at five o'clock with an- other to follow at All 32 rinks will play once Friday eve- ning with a Calcutta to follow. Action continues all day Sat- urday with draws Sunday. The final draw is set for Sunday afternoon at 4.30. Bruce Stewart and his push- broom quartet of Calgary are back to defend their title won last year. Stewart can expect plenty of trouble from a num- ber of rinks including veteran lefthander Norm Dalsto of Cal- gary, Bob Stephen of Vulcan, Medicine Hat's Larry Fransden and another Calgary entry pil- oted by Ray Tull. Eight rinks are entered from Lethbridge as well as Dale Groves, a former Rainbow champion from Champion and Terry Lyon of Pincher Creek. Local rinks entered include Scott Henderson, Cliff Forry, Jack Gome, Lawrence Len- non, Lyle Davis, Wayne McLennan. Wayne Terriff and Alalcolm MacDonald. RAINBOW DRAW 3 p.m. Lawrence LMnon, Lelnbrfdge vs Ray Tull, Calgary; Lylc Davis, Lelh bridge vs Doug Balrd, Calqary; Dave Paradee. Taber vs Norm Dahlo, Cal- gary; Wally Thrun, Fernie vs Pal shimbashi. Taber; John Meissner, Cal- gary vs Scott Henderson, Lethbridge; Cliff Forry, Lethbridge vs Bruce Stew- art, Calgary, Harold Breckenridge, Calgary vs Dale Groves, Champion; Bob Stephens, Vulcan vs Harry Live IV, Fort Macleod. p.m. Les Rowland, Calgary vs Wayne Tcrritr, Lelhbridge; Larry Fransden, Medicine Hat vs Sid Wiwchar, Snar- wood, B.C.; Malcolm, MacDonald, Lclhhrldgp vs Dennis Balderson, Cal- gary; William Flsk, Edmonton vs Grant Manloli, Fernier Don Carroll, Calgary vs Jack Gorrle, Lelhbrldqe; Mike Chernoff. Calgary vs Wayne Mc- Lennan, Lelhbridge; Elwood sawby, Calgary vs Terry Lyon, Pincher Hlggs, Colgary. NOTICE SKI SCENE SPORTS LTD. COLLEGE MALL will now be known as DIETER'S SKI AND SPORTS DIETER GRENGROSS, Owner Some Location: College Mall Phone 327-0553 Dloter wolcomoi all previoui cuilomeri nnd all iporl-minderf lo drop into Diottr'i Shi and Sport! for all Your Skiing nondj. from 70 pound scrappers to the heavier divisions. Rinke will headline the main event as he meets Dean Krom- arek of Great Falls. Kromarek was a finalist in the U.S na- tional championships and an Olympic Games runner-up. The two fighters will meet in the 140-150 pound battle. Meanwhile, the Department of Culture, Youth and Hecrea- ticm and Ihe Alberta Boxing As- sociation are co-sponsoring an amateur boxing officials clinic Friday and Saturday. Registra- tion will take place Friday eve- ning at seven o'clock In Room three of the Civic Centre. This two-day clinic covers such topics as scoring, safety education, duties and powers of officials. The clinic will con- clude Saturday evening with practical officiating at the ama- teur card. Instructor for the clinic is Ossie Osland of Edmonton who has officiated at the Pan-Am- erican Games and the 1971 Can- ada Winter Games at Saska- toon. This clinic has a number of broader implications since am- ateur boxing is one of the sports in the Lethbridge-Southem Al- berta bid for the 1975 Canada Winter Games. Upon getting the Games it will be necessary to have a number of competent of- ficials to assist in carrying out boxing. The clinic is open to anyont 16 years of age and over. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Red Deer Calgary Drumheller The Pass Lelhbridge 10 8 e 13 3 17 T F A PH. 1 141 80 33 D 122 n 24 0 121 115 11 0 80 B6 20 1 B! 118 17 0 68 12S 6 NATIONAL LEAGUE EBir Div, W 15 I! Monlreal Ranger Bos Ion Buffalo Delroll Vancouver Toronlo Minnesota Chicago Pillsburgn Los AngeJei Allanla Philadelphia St. Louis Caliiornia SCORING LEADERS Esposllo, B Lemalre, M Gilbert, R Perreaull, Buf Bucyki B Cournoyer, M Hull, C...... RalE-lle, R Miklla, C L T 3 6 7 F A PTI. 103 53 36 32 7 13 3 IS Will Dlvlllon 13 7 13 I U 10 10 11 10 12 10 11 6 1 103 7? 29 76 M 27 76 74 22 72 96 18 7B 17 47 1W I 71 IJ If W 46 28 94 77 2fi M 64 24 W 76 23 80 B4 25 51 61 17 56 78 12 0 A Pfl. 15 21 34 20 15 35 12 21 33 11 25 33 9 22 31 U 14 30 14 14 30 11 19 30 10 20 30 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUI Eastern Dlvlilon W L T F A Pll. 14 e 4 127 10d 32 .13 2 3 f? 43 29 10 5 4 ft8 71 34 10 9 3 9d 95 23 8 Brandon Saskatoon Flin Flon SwHr Current Reglnn Winnipeg A 14 New Wesl. Calgary Medicine Hat Victoria Vancouver Western Division 5 U 95 27 2 96 W 25 5 7? 62 25 2 110 93 24 1 U 112 13 1 70 14fl 11 BASKETBALL NBA New York 139 Philadelphia 91 Boston 120 SeaNle 9B Kansas Cily-Omaha 110 Portland 102 Milwaukee 105 Chlrngo 97 sfon 102 Ballfmore 94 Phoenix 109 Allanla 98 WORLD ASSOCIATION Eailirn Dlvltlon T F A Cleveland n s New England 13 B Nsw York 15 11 Ottawa 9 10 Philadelphia 5 16 Weil em Dlvitlo Winnipeg Minnesota Albtrta Houston LOT Angelei is 10 12 I 12 12 10 10 10 14 S 13 AMERICAN LEAGUE DlvltTM Nova icotli Bosion Provldenca Springfield New Haven Western DlvTslo Cincinnati 15 8 Tidewater 12 8 Herahey 9 7 Cleveland 7 It Richmond 8 13 Baltimore 4 U PH. 81 to It 90 171 27 100 !5 24 73 B3 19 62 n 10 W 79 S 69 66 20 76 83 25 69 21 79 90 21 I (13 II P A Pti. n AD M Bfi 77 G? 60 21 62 64 11 79 W U 75122 11 98 79 95 B6 31 77 65 13 BB 90 20 72 Bl 17 U 13 12 HOCKEY SCORES National Boston 3 rVtontreal 3 Piusburgh 7 Toronlo 4 Chicago a Detroit 3 World York 7 New England 4 American Tidewater 7 Baltimore 2 Cincinnati 4 Cleveland 0 Hershey 4 New Haven 4 Springfield 5 Richmond 3 Salt Lake A SeaHle 3 Portland 5 San Dleto I International Mini 5 Saalnaw 2 Port Huron 4 Columbus 2 Forl Wayne 7 Toledo 1 Daylon 4 DM Molnes 2 Eastern Syracuse 7 Long Island 3 Saskatchewan Junior Melville 3 Esicvan 1 Humboldl 9 Prince Albert 7 Weitern Canada Calgary t Vancouver 1 Brandon t Swill Current 3 flrtllsh Columbia Junior Vancouver 10 Nanalmo 9 and ELRICH TIRE Present Junior B Hockey Action SATURDAY, DEC. 2 P.M. OLDS at LETHBRIDGE SUNDAY, DEC. 3 P.M. DRUMHELLER at LETHBRIDGE All games will be played at HENDERSON ICE CENTRE ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES A SERVICE 401 lit Ac. ioulk Phont 337-4866 or 337-4445 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;