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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Wcdncidoy, Seplembcr Decision on future comes Thursday Pain too much for Howe? IS GORDIE HOWE THROUGH? Gordie Howe, 43- year-old Delroif Red Wings' super star for ihc past 25 years, relaxes on a bench after finishing a round of golf Tuesday. Howe, a holder of more National Hockey Legue records lhan any other player in the league's history said Tuesday he has made a decision on his fulure but will not reveal it unlil Thursday. Medicine Hat enters three High School football opens Friday The Southern Alberta H i g li School Football League opener is just around the bend and all six coaches are frantically try- ing to prepare their team for the new league. This season the tlu'ec Medi- cine Hat high schools have joined the SAHSFL, hoping to gain much needed experience along with creating more inter- est for the general public. Catholic Central, Winston Churchill and the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute will repre- sent the Lethbridge high schools McCoy High, Medicine Hat High and Crescent Heights will