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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta At home Tuesday night Monday, October 1, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Longhorns lose opener BLAIRMORE, (Special) The Pass Red Devils defeated Lethbridge Longhorns 4-1 Sun- day in their first game of the regular Alberta Junior Hockey League season. The Pass led 3-0 after the first period and 4-1 after 40 minutes. Mike McCollan made 40 saves for The Pass while goaltender Dale Emmelkamp turned back 44 shots for Lethbridge. Red Devils were assessed 14 of 27 penalties including four majors to each team. The Pass goals were scored by Tim O'Donnell, Pete McMahon, Rick Austin and Ivan Christienson. Discussions start at Olympic Congress VARNA. Bulgaria (AP) A new pattern for the Olympic Games could be outlined in the next few days in a lux- urious conference hall in this resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea. An Olympic first in 43 begin debate Monday on problems which threaten the Games. The International Olympic Help LMHA ladies' auxiliary The Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association's Ladies Auxiliary have taken on a chore that local historians have neglected to do for some- time noiv. It was announced that the ladies' group will collect historical facts and pictures on the 20-year history of the LMHA which will be arranged into a scrap book. The task will not be an easy one as the ladies plan to start at the LMHA's inception in 1953. In order to accomplish the chore the ladies' group is re- questing help from the public. Any person, who has kept clippings or pictures over the past years, is asked to help the ladies' group out by allowing them to use your materials. All materials will be return- ed as soon as possible. If anyone has such informa- tion they may contact Mrs. Anna Romaniuk of Lethbridge at 328-4034 for further arrangements. Meanwhile the LMHA an- nounced .Sunday night that player registrations will con- clude Wednesday. Only half the number of registrations expected have been processed at this time and the league officials re- quest that all players sign up as soon as possible. Registrations will be accepted from 6-9 p.m. at the Adams Ice Centre tonight through Wednesday and no late forms will be taken. Committee (IOC) will partici- pate in the Congress, along with officials of the 26 inter- national federations which ad- minister the Olympic sports and most of the 131 affiliated national Olympicjcommittees. Among the questions facing the Congress are: What constitutes an amateur in the modern world? How can the mammoth Olympic Games, which snow- balled to competitors at Munich in 1972. be cut in size? How can politics be kept out of the Games? But the Congress, which consists of more than 300 ex- perienced sports adminis- trators, will only talk, not vote. The IOC itself is the only body empowered to make decisions. An IOC session is scheduled to follow im- mediately after the Congress, but only the question of the numbers of competitors will be decided then. "We shall not make any decision on eligibility until our session in Vienna next year Lord Killaniinn, 59-year-old Irish peer who suc- ceeded Avery Brundage as president of the IOC last year. Nor will the meeting here choose a site for the games of 1980. That is another matter to be taken up next year. But the Russians, who are considered the favorites to host the 1980 Summer Olym- pics in Moscow, are staging an exhibition in a hall adjoining the conference room in an open bid to win support. Bids for the 1980 Games have to be submitted by March 31. 1974. The Russians already have told the IOC in writing that they will be bid- ding. Dr. Harold Henning, Ameri- can president of the Inter- national Swimming Federation. (FINA) was an early arrival and made it clear he is ready to battle for the future place and his plans for reform. Leeds wins LONDON