Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
14-THE LETHBHIDQE HERALD Friday, October ANDY CAPP THE TIME: SETTER MAKE A CLEAN BREAST OP EVERYTHIN... I'M PEEL1N' A BIT TIRED, -90 SHUT UP, EH? CONFESSIONS AUVAYS INCLUDE EXACTLY WHAT SHE THINKS Is stags top Golden Bears lose two Roundup of short sport HOULIHAN OUT BURNABY, B.C. (CP) Barry Houlihan, leading rusher and scorer of Simon Fraser University Clansmen, will be out of football action for the remainder of the season due to an ankle frac- ture, an SFU spokesman said Thursday Houlihan, a 205- pound senior, holds eighth place in rushing for the Na- tional Association of Inter- collegiate Athletics in the EVER-UTE ELECTRIC LTD. APPOINTMENT Ever-Lite Electric Limited is Dleased to announce the appoint- ment of Mr Graham W Collins, as Sales Representative for the Southern Alberta area Exclusive distributor for Ever-Lite INCADESCENT FLUORESCENT LAMPS, Fire protection equipment, tdustnal and Manu- facturing Lethbridge Office is located at 426 13th Street North To lower your maintenance costs call 327-3365 All lighting guaranteed 24 hour answering service United States with 604 yards in five games. Houlihan suf- fered the ankle injury Satur- day night in a game against University of California at Riverside, Calif. ROOKIE DEMOTED BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) Minnesota North Hamilton, Oliver take wins Hamilton Floors scored two first-period goals and added another three in the final frame to dump K-C 5-3 in Lethbridge Industrial Hockey League action Wednesday night Merle Picket and Cliff Block scored two goals each for the winners while Alvin Tietz counted the fifth goal John Koshney, Ken Forester and Leroy Pavan replied for K-C In other action at Adams Ice Centre Wednesday, Oliver In- dustrial held off a third-period comeback to nip Schwartz Agencies 5-4 Two goals by Terry Mitchell and singles by Bob McMann, Mason Brown and Tom Yankee had given Oliver a 5-2 lead early in the final frame, but Schwartz came back with a pair of goals to make the game close Stars sent rookie Richard Nantais to their New Haven farm club of the American Hockey League Thursday. Nantais, a 20-year-old left winger, was the second choice of the Stars in the National Hockey League's amateur draft last spring. BELL HAS SURGERY CLEVELAND (AP) Buddy Bell, Cleveland In- dians' third baseman, had torn ligaments repaired in his right knee and some cartilage removed during surgery Thur- sday Earl Bnghtman, the team physician, said Bell's teg would be in a cast four to six weeks CHISOX DROP OAKS CHICAGO (AP) Chicago White Sox have dropped Iowa Oaks of the American Associ- ation as their top farm club. Sox officials said Thursday that they are negotiating with other Triple A clubs for a 1975 affiliation Joe Sparksl, who in two seasons led the Oaks to first and second place finishers, will remain as manager SAINT BENCH QB ORLEANS (AP) Quarterback Archie Manning was benched by coach John North of New Orleans Saints Thursday and will not start against the Falcons in Sun- day's National Football League game at Atlanta North said he was not making Manning a scapegoat for the Saints 14 record, but added, "I think a change is necessary and I think a rest might help Archie." Hockey coaching clinics With the assistance of the O'Keefe Sports Foundation, the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference, and the Depart- ment of Culture, Youth and Recreation, the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association will sponsor a number of Level One and Two coaches' clinics in the eight zones that make up the provincial struc- ture of the AAHA. Some 50 or 60 coaches took part in an advanced coaching instructors course at the University of Alberta in September, and these coaches will be responsible for instruc- tion at the various clinics around the province. Following is a list of the clinics which will be staged in Southern Alberta Lethbridge October 18, 19 and 20 Pincher Creek October 18, 19 and 20 High River October 19 and 20 Coaldale November 1 2 and 3, Vulcan November 1, 2 and 3 Taber November and 6, Vaux- hall November 8, 9 and 10 Racers 4-2 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Dan Gruen and Marc Tardif connected on goals less than two minutes apart during the third period Thursday night and Michigan Stags spoiled the World Hockey Association debut of Indianapolis Racers 4-2 With the score tied 2-2, Gruen scored on a 20 footer from left of the net with gone in the final period. It was the second power play goal of the night for the Stags. Tardif beat Racer goalie Andy Brown on a breakaway 1 41 later, sewing up the vic- tory for the visitors. The Stags stunned the crowd with two goals in the first of play in the opening period as Ed Johnstone and Steve West each scored from scrambles in front of the Racer goal. Johnstone's goal, with 51 seconds gone, came just seconds after In- dianapolis defenceman Bob Ash was sent to the penalty box for interference on the first of the game's 12 penalties. Indianapolis, a WHA expan- sion club, came back with the only goal of the second period as Steve Richardson hit from in front of the net with gone. Bobby Whitlock then tied the game at 2-2. Two of four victories won by University of Alberta Golden Bears while they were using an ineligible player were ordered forfeited Thursday afternoon but no other club will receive direct benefit from the ruling. Jim Day of Lethbridge, President of the Canada West University Athletic Associa- tion which controls the Western Intercollegiate Foot- ball League, said Alberta would not receive credit for victories over University of Saskatchewan Huskies and University of British Colum- bia Thunderbirds. "In effect, the games are simply wiped from the said Dr. Day. In his ruling, Dr. Day said the athletic administration at Alberta was "clearly negligent in failing to ensure that all athletes are duly registered as fulltime students." After "extensive dis- cussion" with members of the CWUAA directorate, Dr. Day said, it was ruled that ex- tenuating circumstances made it unreasonable to penalize the Golden Bears more severely. Don Kates, a placement Tennis club will meet The annual general meeting of the Lethbridge Tennis Club is slated for Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 8 p.m, at the Henderson Lake Clubhouse. Election of officers for the 1975 season will be one of the orders of business as will reports on finance, membership, lessons and tournaments. The meeting, usually held in the spring but called early this year to encourage a better turnout, is open to all members and anyone else interested in tennis. kicker and second-string fullback, played without realization by Coach Jim Donlevy or Athletic Director Ed Zemrau that he had not registered for classes. Because the WIFL schedule begins before classes resume, Midget Elks see action The Lethbridge Midget Elks will host the AA Midget Dresser Warriors from Calgary for two exhibition hockey games at the Henderson Ice Centre this weekend. The Elks, winners of the Southern Alberta Juvenile League for the past two years, will take on the Warriors Saturday at p.m. and again Sunday at 2 p.m YAMAHA ORGANS New and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone'328-3694 it is "almost impossible" to confirm the registration of all athletes before the second league game, said Dr. Day, Director of Athletics at University of Lethbridge. He said the majority of teams have stated they are equally vulnerable to situations such as the one in- volving Kates, the league's leading scorer. Because no other team gain- ed points as a result of the forfeiture, Alberta remained undefeated with three wins University of Calgary Dinosaurs have three wins and two losses, while Univer- sity of Manitoba Bisons and Saskatchewan are tied with two wins and two losses each. UBC, winless in four starts, is in the basement. SAND gravel ASPHALT iTOLLESTRUP; SANDand GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd., PHONE 328-8196 WICKES CANADA LTD. 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