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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIOOE HERALD Octobw 23, 1974 Filly scares owners TORONTO (CP) Dahlia, a four year old filly, ap- parently scares her op- ponents. Because of her presence in Sunday's added Canadian International Cham- pionship at Woodbine race track, two of the top grass runners in North America will be absent. Group Plan won the Hawthorne Gold Cup last Saturday in Chicago, but trainer Allan Jerkens has told the Ontario Jockey Club that his horse will not make it to Toronto. "He told me he didn't want any part of said Bruce Walker, the club's director of publicity. John Russell, trainer of Shady Character, also called froni the United States with the same news. "Russell phoned to tell me he had reconsidered the situa- tion and decided Dahlia was just too Walker said. The race, for three year olds and up, will be held on the Marshall turf course and cover 1% miles. Last year's winner was Secretariat, his last race before the 1973 Tri- ple Crown winner was retired to stud. The race is expected to attract at least 10 horses, including Chilean bred Protectora which took an easy victory last Sunday in the 135 Nettie Stakes at Woodbine. Badminton clinic set A badminton referees and linesmen's clinic will be held in the Lethbridge Civic Centre Saturday. The clinic will run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is free of charge. It is held under the direction of the Alberta Youth Program and will serve as a way of up- grading officials in this area for the Canada Winter Games. It will also serve as a means of finding officials for the Alberta elimination traisl slated for November in Lethbridge. Instructors at the clinic will be Pauline Ingall of Edmonton and John Rowls of Calgary. Winter Game volunteers in badminton are urged to attend, as is anyone else interested in becoming an of- ficial. Surprising Cougars on top, another tie for Calgary WALTER ALSTON Alston named NEW YORK (AP) Walter Alston of Los Angeles Dodgers was named The Associated Press' National League Man- ager of the Year today. The stoic Alston, who guid- ed the Dodgers to the National League pennant this season for the seventh time in his 21- year big league baseball career, won in a rout. Alston outscored Danny Murtaugh, manager of the National League East cham- pion Pittsburgh Pirates, 290 votes to 87. Voting by sports writers and broadcasters took place prior to the league's playoffs. Red Schoendienst, whose St. Louis Cardinals battled Pitts- burgh down to the end for the East tide, finished third in the balloting with 26 votes. Finishing behind the top three were, Danny Ozark of Philadelphia Phillies with six votes; Atlanta's Clyde King with three and Cincinnati's Sparky Anderson with two. Known as a superb handler of men, Alston's tempered personality gave the Dodgers quiet confidence throughout the tough National League West battle with Cincinnati Reds. Volleyball tournament The Third Annual Universi- ty of Lethbridge Invitational Volleyball Tournament got underway Tuesday with 11 girls' games and four male en- counters. Action in the 33-team tour- nament continues Friday at the University of Lethbridge gymnasium beginning at 5 p.m. The teams will continue play Saturday beginning at 9 aim. with the finals set to go at p.m. Following are the results from Tuesday's competition: GIRLS L.C.I. 2 Cardston 0 Vauxhall 2 Picture Butte 0 W.C.H.S. 2 Myers 0 Vauxhall 2 Cardston 0 St. Mary's 2 Nobleford 0 Myers 2 Picture Butte 1 Foremost 2 Lomond 0 W.C.H.S. 2 Nobleford 1 Vauxhal! 2 Foremost 1 St. Mary's 2 F. P. Walshe 1 L.C.I. 2 Lomond 1 BOYS F. P. Walshe 2 L.C.I. 0 Myers 2 Nobleford 0 Vauxhall 2 W.C.H.S. 1 St. Mary's 2 Lomond 0 THE CANADIAN PRESS Victoria Cougars squeezed into first place in the western division of the Western Canada Hockey League Tues- day night, the results of a combination of their 64 win over Winnipeg Clubs and Medicine Hat Tigers' 2-1 loss to New Westminster Bruins. Saskatoon Blades, meanwhile, managed a 4-4 tie with Calgary Centennials to earn a first-place tie in the eastern division with Brandon Wheat Kings. The Cougars got a four-goal performance from Mel Bridg- man, who scored twice in the first period, once in the se- cond and once in the third to give Victoria period leads of 3- 2 and 4-2. Irv Bowles and Jim Gustafson added singles. The win gave the Cougars 14 points in the standings, one more than Medicine Hat. The Cougars have a chance to in- crease its lead in the Western Division Thursday when they meet the Wheat Kings in Brandon. The Clubs, who got goals from Greg Warren, Larry Skinner, Gord Blumenschein Cents can't use Neeld SASKATOON (CP) Calgary Centennials and Vic- toria Cougars have been instructed not to use two players whose, transfers from other branches have not been obtained, Western Canada, Hockey League President Ed Chynoweth announced Tuesday. Chynoweth said his league had been informed by Ex- ecutive Director Gordon Juckes of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association that use of Greg Neeld by the Centennials and Gord Roberts by the Cougars is against the rules at this point. Chynoweth quoted Tubby Schmalz, President of the On- tario Major Junior Hockey League, as saying Neeld would be freed immediately by Toronto Marlboros when an east-to-west transfer is approved. Roberts, an American, played for Detroit Wings last season in the Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League. Coach Patty Ginnell of the Cougars said he has received a verbal commitment that the youth would be released, but Chynoweth said he is not free to join the Cougars until a for- mal release is obtained. and Guy Lash, are tied with Flin Flon Bombers for last place in the Eastern Division. Goals by Kelly Secord and Brad Maxwell within the first four minutes of the game proved to be enough for New Westminster. Morris Lukowich managed a goal for Medicine Hat at of the final period but the Tigers failed to add any others and lost their grasp of first place in the Western Division. New Westminster, by virtue of the win, moved into third place in the Western one point ahead of FUU 4 PLY CUSTOM SNOW e No irede-in No choree for mounting LONG WEARNG DURABLE QUALITY 4 PLY NYLON FOR STRENGTH Sole Sole Price HALLMARK lite conies a lifetime juorontee againit road haierd> and warlmmliip. WITHOUT LIMIT TO MONTHS OR MILES AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE. CUSTOM BATTERIES One Law Price For Comport, Med- Imr and Standard North American Carl FRONT-END ALIGNMENT 7S.HIS5S1 G78.1SIS2S1 7S.55.IS5S1 Wofl North AMCmCAM CARS wrotl e v'fcut loe nodrrpoclt ovtvr front WSee1 42 f American Lvwry 27, 77F MILES 0130 MONTHS QUAKER STATE TUNE-UP KIT FROST SHIELD IRANSNHSSION SprotrrSet end Shopping NMI 2035 Wnof Monday. WtdnMOn 9-M to fcOO p-m. Thunder 9i90 pm SMBrdvy fctt am to CM fitn. WCHL visit to Spokane of f for now SASKATOON (CP) A scheduled visit of Western Canada Hockey league officials Monday to Spokane, Wash., has been delayed until later in the week, WCHL president Ed Chynoweth of Saskatoon said today. Chynoweth said it was impossible to arrange a time suitable for of- ficials of the seat Coliseum to discuss a long term plan to place a WCHL team in Spokane, so Del Wilson of Regina Pats and Scotty Munro of Calgary Centennials probably will go to Spokane Thursday or Friday. Last season, Wilson expressed interest in shifting the Pats to Spokane. Chynoweth said the WCHL has applied for permission to stage a series of exhibition games in Spokane this season. The Canadian Amateur Hockey Association and the Amateur Hockey Association, of the United States have not yet approved the application but Chynoweth said no problems are expected. Spokane has had a lucrative franchise in the western inter- national hockey league, a senior circuit involv- ing four teams from southeastern British Columbia, for several years. Edmonton Oil Kings. The Bruins will get an opportunity to move closer to second posi- tion when they meet the Centennials at Calgary Thur- sday. Medicine Hat outshot New Westminster 34-23 and Gordon Laxton was outstanding in the Bruins' net, blocking 33 drives, including 17 in the last period. Jerry Farwell kicked out 21 for the Tigers. The Centennials got three goals in the final period and took a 4-3 lead before com- mitting two costly errors that resulted in the tie for the Blades. CALGARY 4 SASKATOON 4 First period 1. Saskatoon. B. Chapman (Arndt) 2. Saskatoon, Peters Penalties Hotfmyer S Shinske C Lalonde C Second period 3. Calgary. Lestander (Shinske, Spring) 4. Saskatoon, D. Chapman (Peters) Penalties Hoffmyer S Agar C George S William S, Sim C Hoffmyer S (minor, Agar C (major) Third period 5. Calgary. Fynn (Ashby, 6. Calgary, Lestander (Ashby, McLean) 7. Calgary, Ashby (Lestander) 8. Saskatoon. Arndt Penalties Klassen S, Lestander C (majors) Shots on got) by Saskatoon 11 8 6-25 Calgary 7 12 Goal: Ireland, Saskatoon: Hendrick. Calgary. NEW WEST 2 MEDICINE HAT 1 First period 1. New West- minster, Secord (ShmyCBeck) 2. New Westminster, Maxwell. Penalties Maxwell MH Losthouse NW Maxwell NW Vaydik MH Shmyr NW Dean MH Second period No scoring. Penalties Beck NW lomas MH Third period 3. Medicine Hat, Lukowich (Maxwell, Carroll) Penalties Maxwell MH Shots on gosl by New Westminster 88 Medicine Hat 9 7 Goal: Laxton. New Westminster; Farwell, Medicine Hat. Attendance 3.425. VICTORIA 6 WINNIPEG 4 First Period 1. Victoria. Bridgman (Lapointe, Morris) 2- Winnipeg. Warren (Skinner, McCarthy) Victoria. Bridgman (Williams. Morris) 4. Winnipeg. Skinner 5. Victoria, Bowles (Glochner, Gustafson) Penalties Lapointe V Morris V Floch W Ballinggall W Williams V Peter V Watson W Second Period 6. Victoria, Bridgman (Morris. Williams) Penalties Saar V (served by Hill) Glechner V Lapointe V Third Period 7. Victoria, Bridgman 8- Winnipeg. Blumenschein (Wagner, Ballinggall) 9. Victoria. Gustafson (Bowles. Lapointe) Winnipeg. Lash (Skinner. Girardin) Penalties Miller W. Martin V, Lapointe V Shots on goal by Victoria 16 12 Winnipeg 13 11 15-39 Goal Saar, Victoria; Bannerman. ANDY CAPP TCH'. I WISH ID NEVER, VuEfERTAUCUSINtO II REMEMBER. WO WANT-ID 6E INVITED BACK AGAIN- LETHBRIDGE'S NEWEST MAJOR MINOR RECREATION VEHICLE REPAIRING CENTRE Recreational need special attention when comet to are experienced in all makes and models. We guarantee. OPENING SPECIAL ON AIR CONDITIONERS B.T.U. B.T.O. R.V. SERVICE ,ri SALES CENTRE 1502- 2nd South Phone 327-6034 RALPH MISKUUN WIRING HOOK-UPS LCC Kodiaks GLEN SCHULER Glen Schuler is six foot four inches in height and weighs in at 180 pounds. Glen is beginning his se- cond year with the Kodiaks and comes from Claresholm where he played high school ball with Willow Creek. Glen is a forward for the Kodiaks and is majoring in agriculture at the LCC. He is 19 years of age. Glen is the second tallest man on the team and the Kodiaks will make good use of that height. BRUCE HAMILTON Bruce Hamilton is a product of the Calgary high school basketball system, having played ball with Dr. E. P. Scarlet school in his hometown. He is 18 years of age and is taking the radio arts course at the Lethbridge Community College. Bruce is six foot two inches tall and will alternate as a guard and a forward for the college team. This is the 145 pounders first year with the Kodiaks. Short sport DIES FROM INJURY DALLAS (AP) Calvin Isaac of Dallas South Oak Qiff died Monday of a broken neck suffered in a high school football game against Dallas Pinkston last Friday night in the Cotton Bowl. Surgeons fus- ed part of the youth's hip bone to the vertebrae in an un- successful effort to safe his life. ONE-DIVISION FORMAT CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) The directors of the International League have voted to eliminate the baseball league's two divi- sion plan and revert to the old eight club program next season, says league president George Sister. The directors, in a mail have also agreed to reduce the playing schedule from 144 to 140 games, with closing games to be played on Labor Day. Also approved was a four team post season playoff. LEADS MONEY WINNERS NEW YORK (AP) Wimbledon champion Chris Evert was the top money winner on the 1974 United States Lawn Tennis Associa- tion women's pro tour, figures released Tuesday show. Miss Evert, from Fort Lauderdale, collected in 16 USLTA tournaments. Fellow American Billie Jean King was second with in 12 events. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA HOCKEY EeMem Divition W L T F A PU Brandon........5 1 2 41 30 12 Saskatoon......5 2 2 48 36 12 Regina.........4 5 0 37 43 8 Lethbridge.....3 3 1 29 29 7 Winnipeg.......2 S 2 32 43 6 Flin Flon.......2 6 2 36 57 6 Western Divition Victoria ........6 Med Hat.......6 New Westminster-----4 Edmonton......4 Kamloops......2 Calgary ........0 ALBERTA JUNIOR Calgary 8 2 51 41 14 1 39 28 13 2 36 31 10 1 34 26 9 0 23 21 4 3 26 47 3 L T FA Ptt 2 0 75 36 16 4 0 42 41 12 2 0 49 33 0 42 55 0 69 69 0 30 73 12 10 8 0 Red Deer..... 6 Spruce Grove 6 2 Drumheller 5 5 Taber 4 7 The Pass..... 0 9 NATIONAL LEAGUE Division 1 W L T F A PH. NY Islanders... 4 1 1 26 15 9 Philadelphia 4 2 1 25 19 9 Atlanta........ 3 3 11918 7 NY Rangers 2 2 1 18 18 5 Division 2 Vancouver..... 3 2 2 21 20 Chicago....... 3 St. Louis...... 2 Minnesota..... 2 Kansas City 0 0 20 11 1 17 18 1 13 15 0 8 22 Divisions ..5 1 0 24 17 3 20 14 3 21 21 0 15 15 Detroit..... Los Angeles 3 1 Montreal..... 1 2 Pittsburgh----- 2 2 Washington... 1 5 1 12 30 Division 4 Toronto...... 2 1 3 25 18 BuHato....... 3 Z 1 24 22 Boston....... 2 2 1 16 16 California..... 1 2 17 32 WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern Division W L T F A Pte. Cleveland 1 1 1 9 10 3 New England 1 1 0472 Chicago....... 1 10342 Indianapolis 0 3 0 4 11 0 Western Division Phoenix....... 2 0 1 18 10 5 San Diego..... 21 0 13 12 4 Houston....... 1 3 0 14 19 2 Michigan...... 1 2 0 8 8 2 Minnesota..-.. 0 2 0 3 14 0 Canadian Division Toronto....... 4 0 0 24 8 8 Quebec 2 0 0 11 3 4 Winnipeg...... 2 0 010 2 4 Vancouver..... 1 3 0 6 15 2 Edmonton..... 0 1 0 0 4 0 HOCKEY SCORES National NY islanders 2 Atlanta 1 Philadelphia 4 Los Angeles 2 Detroit 3 Washington 0 Minnesota 3 Vancouver 2 World San Diego 5 Cleveland 2 Toronto 11 Minnesota 2 Quebec 7 Houston 2 Central Denver 1 Tulsa 1 Salt Lake 7 Dallas 3 Western International Cranbrook 8 Kimberiey 6 Western Canada Victoria 6 Winnipeg 4 Saskatoon 4- Calgary 4 New Westminster 2 Medicine Hat 1 Manitoba Junior Dauphin 6 Brandon 4 West KiWonan 7 Kenora 1 Saskatchewan Junior Weybum 3 Moose Jaw 2 Saskatoon 8 Begins Pats 5 Alberta Junior Taber 8 The Pass 7 Spruce Grove 7 Drumnefler 4 B.C. 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