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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Senator says he was misquoted OTTAWA (CP) Senator John Godfrey (L-Ontario) said Saturday he has run into criticism be- cause he was mis- quoted saying that Canada ought to have apologized to the Soviet Union for the behavior of defenceman Rick Ley in the recent Canada Soviet hockey scores. The Canadian Press, in a report from the Senate last Tuesday, said Senator Godfrey had told the upper chamber of Parliament that the government should apologize to Russia for "the stupid conduct of a hooligan like Rick Ley." In fact, the printed record of Senate debates does not show Senator Godfrey suggesting a govern- ment' apology. He is quoted there saying that "whoever had the authority had a chance to redeem the fair name of Canada" following Ley's -attack, "brutally and without on Soviet player Valery Kharlamov right after the sixth game in the tournament. But the senator went on to suggest then that Canada's name would have been redeemed by sending Ley "packing back to Canada" from Moscow. Mustangs advance, Elks take crown The High RiVer Mustangs belted the St. Mary's Warriors 56-18 to win a bye into the West, Division playoff finals while the Picture Butte Elks edged the Cardston Cougars 12-11 to earn top spot in the East in Foothills Football Conference play over the weekend. The Claresholm Cobras downed the Vulcan Cougars 21-7 and the Okotoks Ocelots took a game by default from the Nanton Knights in other West Division first round playoff action. In the other final game of the regular schedule in the East Division, the Raymond Comets dumped the Coaldale Spartans 26-6. David Percifield was a one- man wrecking crew for the Mustangs in their romp over the Warriors, scoring five ma- jors. Paul Blayney added one touchdown and four two point converts, while Roy Tupkal and Craig Spangler counted the other majors for High River. Mike Bruised Head with two touchdowns and Larry Fox with one accounted for the St. Mary's scoring. Mike Oliver scored two touchdowns to account for all the Picture Butte scoring in their narrow victory over Cardston. Ken Leavitt had a touchdown and a two point convert for Cardston while Don Yuill booted a field goal. The Raymond Comets got touchdowns from Dave Williams, Jeff Hill, Kent Douglas and Robert Heggie while Allan Bridge added a two point convert to dump the Spartans. Red Deer wins 3-2 RED DEER (CP) Veteran defenceman Dave I Krook scored his second goal "rof the game at of the third period to give the Red j.Deer Rustlers a 3-2 win over Spruce Grove Mets in an Alberta Junior Hockey game Tuesday night. Kevin Joll scored the other for Red Deer who moved sole possession of second place in the league. Paul Messier and Rick "Zaparniuk replied for the a Mets who trailed 1-0 after the period but drew even at 2-2 following the second. Red Deer goalie Larry made 21 saves corn- Spared with 23 by Ted Tomlison I.of the Mets. Red Deer drew seven of 12 penalties, a misconduct and a game misconduct while the Mets had the game's only major. Softball meeting The annual meeting of the Alberta Amateur Softball Association is set to go at the Crowchild Inn in Calgary Sun- day, October 2 Registration gets underway at a.m. with the meeting beginning at 10. Lunch will be served to all members. Members are classified as those teams who went to the provincials and leagues who are affiliated with the AASA. Team coaches or managers can vote for their team. (SYnrTim) GUARANTEED SAVINGS CERTIFICATES thly, quarterly, Mmi-annually of compounded to maturity. Member Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation DepoeHoncan purchete Olympic coins MERCHANTS TRUST Phone 32S-5S4S 309 7th Street S., LethbridQO Leroy Pavan scored the lone touchdown for Coaldale. Playoffs continue this weekend in the West Division while first round action gets underway in the Bast. Claresholm will travel to Okotoks Saturday to face the Ocelots for the right to meet High River in the West Divi- sion championship. In the East Division, Cardston Cougars will visit the Raymond Comets Friday while Picture Butte hosts Coaldale on Saturday. Following are the final stan- dings in both divisions. EAST DIVISION W Picture Butte 5 Raymond ...4 Cardston .....3 Coaldale .....0 WEST DIVISION High River-----5 Okotoks ___4 Claresholm 3 Cougars......2 Nanton 0 St Mary's___0 Big 6M' gets three for Toros THE CANADIAN PRESS Frank Mahovlich wasted lit- tle time in making his presence felt in the World Hockey Association, scoring three goals in Toronto Toros' season opener Tuesday night. "I think Frank showed the fans that he's happy to be back in said coach Billy Harris, whose Toros beat New England Whalers 6-2 before a crowd of In the other season opener, Winnipeg Jets beat the Blazers 6-2 at Vancouver. Wrapping up the exhibition schedule, Cleveland Crusaders shut out Michigan Stags 6-9. Mahovlich, who used to play for Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League and moved to the Toros from Mon- treal Canadiens, was the most conspicuous of the Toros' new- comers. Paul Henderson, who moved this year from the Leafs, scored once; centre Vaclav Nedomansky from Czechoslovakia added another goal, and Tony Featherstone, another convert from the NHL, added two assists. Mahovlich scored twice in the first period while Henderson and Bob Leduc added single goals. Mahovolich added bis third goal on a power play early in the second period, giving the Toros a 5-0 lead. Newcomers also were prominent in the Winnipeg victory at Vancouver. Ulf Nilsson and Anders Hedberg from Sweden and defenceman Heikki Riihiranta from Finland each scored once. Riihiranta, who also assisted on a goal by Norm Beaudin, was impressive on defence along with Lars-Erik Sjoberg of Sweden. Another Finlander, forward Veli Pekka Ketola, helped set up Riihiranta's goal. Pat Price and Ron Chipper- field, Vancouver's highpriced junior recruits, did not figure in the Blazers' goals by Claude St Sauveur and defen- ceman Mike Pelyk. Badminton under way Badminton will get under way Thursday at the Civic. Sports Centre. The Civic Centre Badminton Club will be holding their first session of the year at p.m. and all new members interested in joining the club are invited out WICKES CANADA LTD. Coutts Highway Uthbridge, Alberta ANNOUNCES A FALL CLEARANCE ON 74 Niw, Used and Obsolete Stock Saturday, Oct. 19th, 1974 In Coutts Highway Plant 8 a.m. to p.m. CLEARANCE ON Interior Preflnished Upholstery fabric. Drapery Fabric, Refrigerators, Ranges Hot Plates, Range Hood 12 vott Blank Toilets, Tail Light, 110 Von Lights, 12 Volts Air conditioners. Sinks. Trailer Doors, Windows, Cabinet doors, Furnaces, Septic tank ft shower pans. OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Miami high school coach claims he 4motivates' players with slap CHRIS VAGOTIS MIAMI (AP) A high school football coach who was shown shoving and slapping his players on a television program said Tuesday he ex- pects to be criticized but his actions were-for the good of the team. "When I siap a kid, it's with an open hand, not with a said Chris Vagotis, coach of Miami's Killian High football squad. "It's for motivation." The film clip, televised Monday night on the ABC program Danger in Sports: Paying the Price, showed Vagotis pushing his players so hard that one fell to the ground. The program was seen in certain areas of Canada. "I know I didn't look good on that said Vagotis, former offensive guard at University of Alabama. "I expect that I'll be receiving a lot of feedback because of the way I was shown; but that's me." Carey McDonald, executive director of the United States High School Athletic Coaches Association, said the slapping incident is "not typical of the average high school coach." McDonald criticized ABC for including the film clip in the which dealt primarily with high school football injuries. "They should have showed a more representative coach. Showing Chris swinging at, and beating at, his players was unnecessary as far as the point of the program." Meanwhile, Vagotis, whose team is 3-0 this season, says he expects to hear from school officials about his teaching techniques during practice. "If the administration ask- ed me to change, I probably would for a little while, but sooner or later I'd go back to being myself. I'm a tough guy to fork for, but whoever plays for me is gonna learn something." I FRIENDS 'N NEIGHBOURS HELDS 70 Serving B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan 316 6th SI. S. 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