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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Oclobtr 16, 1973 1974 CRUISB TO 10th ANNUAL COMMONWEALTH GAMES Auttrla Jan 11, New Zaaland 8th Priced from 00 parson (sharing) For complete Information and bookings contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 32I-3201 The Herald- Sports LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FUMHTUMJTD. Level 7th SUM! Shopping LMhbrUgt, Alberta Phont (403) 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Red Devils are here tonight The last time the Lethbndge Longhorns plaved host to the Pass Red Devils it took better than four hours to complete the Alberta Junior F _., L.dgir In actual time it was nearly 24 hours before a decision was handed down after a Longhorn protest was upheld Red Devils won the game itself 4 3 in overtime However the Longhorns protested a goal they had scored and it was upheld The locals were awarded the game 4-3 An appeal by the Red Devils was m turn voted down by league officials IT MUST BE CONTAGIOUS- YOU COME AS -VOU COULD DO WTH JHE PRACTICE.'.' Athletics show concern over Finley, Seaver Tonight at eight o clock at Henderson Ice Centre the Devils and Longhorns do baHle At present the Red Devils lead the six-team Alberta league with five wins and a single loss Their onl> loss to date has been the protested game against the Longhorns Longhorns on the ot.ier hand dropped a pair of games on the road this past weekend and are at the other end of standings Coach Stan Maxwell of the Longhorns expects his club to be flying tonight John Chap- man who handles the Devils will have his charges up for the game as well The Red Devils are in their second year in the league They made the playoffs last year and this time around Chapman has his sights set on finishing first It s early in the vear to be talking and league titles but Chapman has the Devils out of the gate in a flurry Meanwhile in Calgary the Alberta Junior Hockey League will plav a two game exhibition series with the Fin nish national junior team in December the league an- nounced Monday Cliff Kool league vice president will co-ordinate the series The games will be played at Red Deer Dec 13 and at Drumheller Dec 14 We re delighted to have the opportunity to take part in tnis series Kool said He also announced the for mat for selecting the team that will represent Alberta The top line and best set of defencemen from the six teams in the AJHL will make up two teams Each team will face the Finns once Kool said the AJHL team to play in Red Deer A ill be made up of players from the Red Deer Rustlers Edmonton Mets and the Pass Red Devils and the team to play in Drumheller will come from the ranks of the Drumheller Falcons Lethbndge Longhorns and Calgary Canucks Parent wants to regain affection MONTREAL (CP) Goaltender Berme Parent appears determined to regain the affection of National Hockey League fans in Philadelphia today Parent a 28-year-old native of Montreal, came back to the Fivers this season after IVfe seasons with Toronto Maple Leafs of the NHL and a year with the rival World Hockey Association And Parent returned to the Flyers with a bang as he recorded two consecutive shutouts last week against Toronto and New York Islanders, as well as a 5-2 win against Detroit Red Wings Sunday The" shutouts were the 16th Best runs to safety DUBLIN (Reuter) Irish soccer star George Best had to run for safety Monday night when hundreds of fans raced towards him during Manchester United s exhibi- tion match against Shamrock Rovers Best, continuing his com- eback campaign after revers- ing his decision to quit foot- ball managed to reach the dressing room unscathed but the incident forced the referee to abandon the match 10 minutes before its scheduled finish Best had earlier delighted the fans with glimpses of his former wizardry and United manager Tommy Docherty hinted that Best might make his return to English League football in Saturday s match against Bir- mingham City United were leading 2-1 when the game was aban donea Brian Greenhoff and George Graham scored for United 0 Neill netted for the Rovers and 17th of Parent's career His streak lasted 123 minutes, 40 seconds before he was beaten at 3 40 of the first period by Nick Libett of the Wings in a game played in Philadelphia Sunday The most shutouts recorded by Parent in any previous NHL season was four, coming in his first yeajr in Elks win first game The Picture Butte Elks registered their first Foothills Football League victory in the 1973 season by edging Cardston Cougars 16-15 Satur day Doug Nieboer and Hal Nummi scooted for a touchdown apiece for the Elks while Bryon Magyar and David Russell chipped in with two singles each Doug Yuill and Jerry Leavitt galloped to pay dirt in a losing cause while a single point off the boot of Ken Leavitt and a safety touch rounded out the scoring for Cardston Meanwhile the Raymond Comets picked up their fourth straight league victory by dropping High River 24-8 Jim Ralph was outstanding for the league-leading Comets as he rambled for four touchdowns while Craig Spangler managed six points in a losing cause In other league games stag- ed over the weekend, Vulcan dumped Claresholm 20-2 and Okotoks slipped past St Mary's 13-8 Brent Smith tallied a pair of touchdowns for Vulcan in their tough battle with Claresholm while Mark Stod- dard added another Glen Weisenel booted a pair of singles for Claresholm's only points TRAILER "LOU" IS STILL CHOPPING PRICES TO THE BONE DURING OUR MODEL 2100 MOTOR HOME 440 V8 Stnrao ruriin funk