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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta till KTHBRinGI Thursday, Qdolm 3'. lielit oitlie many participants in Sunday's benefit hockey game PKl'E SLOBODIAN STAN MAXWELL HANK BASSEN _ Coach Forward Goal A wealth of talent will take to the ice Suminy afternoon at Hender- son TCP Centre a gathering of 36 hockey players will play a game for a reason, a very good reason. A benefit game is what it reads on the calendar at Hen- derson Ice Centre, set to start of two o'clock. The game is in- deed a benefit for the Harrold Fleming family of Lethbridge and Barons. Harrow was horn and raised in Lethbridge and after a brief fling in hockey's semi-profes- sional ranks he took to farming just outside Barons. Less than two weeks ago the Fleming's lost everything they owned, with the exception of farm equipment and the erops still in the field. Fire gutted the Fleming home during the night and left only a chimney and memories. Some memories sad. a neigh- bor's daughter perished in the flames. Harrold, his wife Judy and their two girls got out safe- ly but Harrold suffered eye damage. It is hoped the dam- age will not be permanent. Pronghorns see tht The University of Lethbridge i Pronghorns male varsity bask- etball team will open their 1972- 73 season with an exhibition tilt against the U of L alumni tonight. The Pronghorns will use this match as a tune-up for the Tri- Classic which will be staged in Lethbridge Nov. 3-1. Tonight's encounter is set to go at 8 p.m. at the U of L gymnasium. Meanwhile Clark Sloan will join the Pronghorns for his third straight season. The 6'2" guard can also play forward and will be used pri- marily for his defensive ability. Sloan will be joined by Danny Court, who has been the bright spot of the Pronghorn's train- ing camp. Court toiled with the Ray- mind Comets in bis high school years and gave up a basketball career to complete a two-year church mission. According to reliable sources CHAMOIS fROH SKI CARRIERS Steering Wheel Covers From..... no R Concours Wax LOAD-JUSTER SHOCKS the only shock encased in o heavy rubber Quality onstructed. CHROME PROTECTOR A must for chrome In winter. Midland Auto Supply 421 5th St. 5. Phone 327-4951 "Your Auto hrrrmnrr Hemlnunrlori 'or Southern Albprla.'' Because of Hie loss of their home and belongings a group of southern Alberta sportsmen, headed by Ed Bruchet, a long- time coach in Lethbridge hock- ey ranks, have organized benefit game Sunday. Players, young and old, from various parts of Alterta and as far west as Trail and Nelson will take part in the action. Al proceeds from the game will go to the Fleming family. Tickets for the game, set at S2 each can be obtained at Black's Men's Wear, Frank Walkers and Woolco Appliances. The tickets entitle the holders ad- mittance to the game as well as a chance at a draw for a steer. Along with former teammates of Fleming's from his hockey playing days such as Bobby Cox, Harrison Cray, Doug Forbes King, Tony Kollman, Larry Plante, Bill Theiman and many more, a number of guest players will take part in pro- ceedings. Heading (lie list of guests will be former Native Sons Eddie Dorohoy. Howie Yanosik, Les Col will, GILS Adams. Shorty Malacko. Selh Martin, Lee Hy- sop, Mickey Maglio as well as ex-Maple Leafs Billy Gibson and Hee Kegrello. Bill Hay, a former standout Court hasn't lost his shooting with Chicago Black Hawks and and leadership ability from the Hank Bassen will also be here for the game. Fleming will not play in the game but locals Stan Maxwell. Bob Bartlctt and Al Willis will dress. Players, too numerous lo mention all of them, have con- sented to play, ft could be the game of the year, if not for speed at least for finesse. Wills placed 011 waivers LOS ANGELES oth (he al! around and the kill rirling, This was Hern's first year 01 the professional circuit and he made it a big one. He receivec he GWG Co. Ltd. trophy sad die for his all around win and .he Valley Feeders, Lcthbridgi Ltd. award in the bull riding. Don Helmig, a young compe- titor from Forestburg also re ceived his first professional tro phy .saddle when he was awar13 Philadelphia 109 BalUmoro US Detroit 105 Milwaukee 109 Bulfnlo 97 Los Angclei 11? Motion 11? ABA Carolina !13 Denver 11? WEEEKEND SPECIAL! SKWACKETS Down Filled by S.E. Woods and Pioneer Sizci 5, M, t, XL and XXL. ONIY ALBERTS MEN'S APPAREL (OPEN THURSDAY nnd FRIDAY Till 9) 331 5th ST. S. PHONE 327-2610 WINTER CLEAT SNOW Available In All Sizes RADIAL BELTED 4 PLY POLYESTER ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 402 lit South 347-4886 or 317-4445 IETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;