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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LElHflRIDGE HERAID Thursday, October 7, 1971 BEST YEAR TO DATE The Lethbridge Country Club women up the most successful season to date this week with the presentation of trophies and prizes to the top individuals from the past year. Honored recently Formal, indirect bids made were back row, left to right, Bard Aasen, Marion Stalling, Gladys Redfern, Rita Cemulini, Ida Allen and Nel Mclntosh, team captain. Front, left to right, Pauline McLean, Enid Pepper and Anne Allen. See story, this page. U.S. cities franchise After 19 years in National League It's the minors for Stewart TORONTO fCP) New York, Tampa. Chicago and Mexico City have made formal or indirect bids for Canadian Football League franchises, commissioner Jake Gaudaur said today. Gaudaur, Ions opposed to CFL expansion outside Canada for "nationalistic1' and "practical" reasons, said all applications would be considered by the league's executive committee. "Two groups in New York have, in writing, said they in- tend to make formal application [or a CFL franchise." Gaudaur said. One of the New York groups is said to be headed by Ottawa-born singer, Paul Anka. "We also have a letter from a lawyer in Mexico City purport- ing to represent a group seri- ously interested in acquiring a franchise." The Chicago bid, he said, came in a telephone conversa- tion asking what procedures a The 1971 season was a most successful one for the women at Lethbridgc's Country Ciub Golf course and a big year for Anne Allen individually. At a recent banquet trophies Is the Profile of Protection ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE Complete? 706-3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-2793 and prizes were handed out to the top individuals from this past season and Allen's name came up for three separate trophies. She won the club champion- ship trophy, with Marg Green runner-up and then topped the field in the McKenzio Jewel- lery competition and the Os- borne trophy. Enid Pepper claimed a pair of trophies as she captured the T. Eaton silverware as well as the par-sheet competition. Bard Aascn was voted the most improved golfer during the recent season and won the women's progress for her ef- forts. The Don Kirkham trophy went to Marion Skilling witii Pauline McLean winning the John Forrest event. Senior hon- ors were won by Gladys Red- fern. Pin Day honors wen! to Ida Allen while Rita Cemulini was tops in the business girls ev- ent. group there should take to apply i for a CFL franchise. He said a letter was expected from the i Chicago bidders. 1 The Tampa bid, he added, was less than serious and he didn't expect to hear anything further from this source. sounded more like the in- terest shown by San Antonio i Tex.) earlier in the year." said i Gaudaur. Much was made of; the San Antonio interest. hut nothing formal arose from the. discussions. i More recently, bids from a I Detroit-Windsor, 0 n t .-b a s e d group, to play out of was rejected. 1 Has all this interest changed Gaudaur's thinking on expan- sion beyond the Canadian bor- der? i I "It's flattering to have all this J interest and I think it's aca- demic proof we're becoming better kflov.ii outside." said Gaudaur, adding that, his oppo- sition "has been a philosophical argument based on national- ism.1' But on the practical side, if such expansion came to be, Gaudaur could not see how the CFL could then object to a Na- tional Football League franchise moving into one or more of its franchise cities. "And as bigger U.S. centres came in, a smaller Canadian centre would bo forced to drop by the wayside." Gaudaur said he doesn't "have any unilateral authority in this area" of franchise distri- bution. It was his "responsi- bility to hriT-g any interested ap- plications bvfoi'e the executive committee for consideration." By THE CANADIAN PRESS Deals affecting two veteran players and an injury to Dave Kcon, Toronto Maple Leafs' captain, cropped up Wednesday as the National Hockey League teams neared the end of their exhibition schedule. Pittsburgh Penguins sold Dean Prentice to Minnesota North Stars, while New York Rangers assigned right winger Ron Stewart on loan to Provi- dence Reds of the American Hockey League. Both have seen 19 years' service in the NHL. And in Vancouver, Leafs' coach Johnny McLellan said Keon will be sent to Toronto today for treatment of strained ligaments in his left knee. "The players were just skat- ing around and I don't teiow if he hit a rut in the ice, or what." said McLellan. "I just hope it isn't too serious." Kcon will miss Leafs1 league opener against Vancouver Can- ucks Friday and Sunday's game in Oakland against California Golden Seals. WINGS TIE SABRES In exhibition play Wednesday night, St. Louis Blues edged Minnesota 4-3, Detroit Red Wings tied Buffalo Sabres 2-2 and Pittsburgh defeated Her- shey Bears of the American Hockey League 5-2. The Penguins did not disclose the amount of cash they re- ceived for Prentice, who scored 21 goals for them last season. Prentice, .30 Tuesday, played with Bcston and Detroit before being drafted by Pittsburgh in 1969. Stewart, also 39, will be ac- companied to Providence by rookie defenceman Andre Du-: pont. In a straight trade, California sent right winger Tony Feather- stone to Montreal Canadiens for goalie Ray Martyniuk. Chris Bordeleau's goal late in the third period carried the BILK'.S to iiifir victory over the I North Stars at St. Louis. His shot broke a tie created by Mur- ray Oliver's goal earlier in the period. The Sabres needed to come from behind twice on home ice to salvage the tie with the Red Wings. Red Berenson and I-eon Rochefort scored the Detroit goals, Hod Zainc and Rick Mar- tin scored for Buffalo. Why be martyrs? TORONTO (CP) You need to be a martyr to be a coach, says Dr. Thomas Tutko, professor of psychol- ogy at San Jose Stale College in California. One of a panel of experts who participated in the open- ing of a five-day scries of lec- tures sponsored by the Coach- ing Association of Canada, he said technical incompetence is rarely used as an excuse to fire a coach. "His problem is usually in- ter-personal, a matter of moti- vation or a problem in com- munication." The game, in Buffalo's rcno- v a t e d Memorial Auditorium, drew fans, believed a record for a sports event in Ihe arena. Penguins took a 4-1 lead over the Bea.-s on second-period goals by Greg Polls, Joe Norris, Darryl Edestrand and Keith MeCrcary. Herslicy's goals were supplied by Ted Sncll and Mike Nykoluk. Norris scored his seccnd goal in the third period. After the NHL opener Friday, 10 teams swing into action Sat- urday, when Toronto visits Cali- fornia, New York goes to Bos- ton, Detroit is at Chicago, Pitts- burgh invades Buffalo and Los Angeles plays at Vancouver. All are night, games except the one in Vancouver. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. MB PHONE 328-76R4BH THE STEVEN TRUSCOTT STORY Paif II Handcuffed and in leg irons, Steven Truscott moved 1o the Guelph reformatory to spend the remainder of his boyhood years. The central figure in one of Canada's most talked-aboui murder trials continues to tell his story this Saturday in Weekend Magazine. Don't miss the second of three articlei from The Steven Truscoft Story. IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE LEASE... From your Franchisee) New Car Dealer Better Service Facilities Regular Warranty Inspections Better choice of models More Flexible leasing Plans fr Your lease can Include maintenance, licence, and insurance INQUIRE NOW INTO THE ADVANTAGES OF LEASING OVER BUYING Contact BORIS KORESHENKOV Beny Automotive Enterprises Ltd. 2 Avenue and 8th Street S. Phone 327-3147 DONT TRADE EXPERIENCE for INEXPERIENCE RE-ELECT CONSCIENTIOUS AGGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT HARD WORKING FORWARD LOOKING UNQUESTIONED INTEGRITY C. W. (Chick) CHICHESTER X Inserted by C. W. Chichester HABS SWAP GOALIE OAKLAND CAP) In a Na- tional Hockey League trade Wednesday, California Golden Seals sent right wing Tony Featherstone to Montreal Cana- diens for goalie Ray Martyniuk. FALL CLEARANCE From BATHROOM WALL PANELS Melamine finish, waterproof 4'x8' sheets. Reg. 15.00 per sheet CLEARANCE A fid 8-00 CLEARANCE SPECIAL RUMPUS ROOM PANELS Vinyl overlay, hickory and oak 4'x8' sheets. Reg. 9.80 per sheel. CLEARANCE f" QQ SPECIAL RECREATION VEHICLES 600 4th Street North, West of Gas Company Lethbridge, Alberta Phono 328-4421 Open Monday through Saturday Morning Now Panasonic has simplified the art of color TV tuning. With two simple systems. The first ts Panasonic's Automatic Fine Tuning The most reliable known method of tuning color TV reception. One touch of the "Panalock" button and the best possible picture is locked in. Instantly! On all channels. Which is very nice. Even nicerls the second system. Panasonic's revolu- tionary new "Self-Set Color" Touch a button or slide a lever and get beautiful pre-set color and tint. Right on, right away. So no more annoying color or tint adjustments. Completethatpicturewith ourultrabrighf'Pana-Color" picture tube. It delivers remarkable brilliance and clarity, because we make it with remarkable rare earth phosphors. Compare Panasonic color TV's with any other set on the market. Then make your own decision. One 1T color TV to go... with the works The "Del Mar" Importable has all the major features of our larger sets in a distinctively contemporary design that fits practically anywhere. Panalock and Self-Set Color automatic tuning, ultra-bright Pana-Color picture tube, Speed-0-Vision instant-on.setand forget tuning, slide-lever controls, VHF and UHF antennas, and 50 solid state devices. Beautiful rosewood grain cabinet. CT-603C Most good color TV's have an automatic tuning system. We have two. Our unique 20" portable on our unique swivel base. 7he "Franklin" is our exciting new Swivel-Vision color set that turns to face you whereveryou sit. This deluxe 20" model features both Panalock and Self-Set Color push- button automatic tuning, our new ultra-rectangular picture tube that shows you exactly what the TV camera in the studio sees, Speed-0-Vision so you don't have (o wait. Set-and-Forget tuning, slide-lever controls torfmger-tip adjusting. Over 50 solid slate devices for superb reliability. Handsome walnut grain cabinet with black and chrome trim.CT-394C An elegant way to add 22" ol color to your living room. The our magnificent 22" consoletle model that makes viewing a pleasure even from a distance. I! has the full line-upof Panasonic color TV features. Like Panalock and Self-Set Color tuning, ultra-bright Pana-Color picture tube, Speed-0-Vision instanl-on, slide-lever controls, VHF and UHF antennas, and earphone and recording jacks so you can listen in private and record your favourite shows. Even the luxurious walnut cabinet comes with its own matching removable base. CT-220 DC Panasonic just slightly ahead of our time Bert Mac's Radio-TV Ltd. Downtown on 7th St., Letlibrrdcjc, Alfa. PHONE 327-3232, 327-5560 YOU'LL FIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ;