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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 17, 1*71 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 11 It's not just a bluff THINGS WILL BE MUCH CLEARER - Exhibition manager Andy Andrews points to part of the electric tote board which will be used for the Fall Race Meet which got under way today at Whoop-Up Downs. The tote board will aid bettors in following track odds prior to each race. Post time for Saturday's nine races Is set for 2 p.m. and will be the same each day. Andrews points out to Vearle D. Andy, centre and Harry Patton right, how each payoff as well as the odds will be posted and lit up on the board. Rhodesia back in Games Committee sweeps politics aside LUXEMBOURG, (AP) -The International Olympic Committee swept politics aside Thursday and got ready to welcome Rhodesian athletes at next year's Games, along with the old-style Rhodesian flag incorporating the Union Jack. If a Rhodesian should win a gold medal, God Save the Queen would be played at the presentation ceremony. Whatever the rebel Rhodesian government might think about this, leaders of the Rhodesian National Olympic committee have told IOC president Avery Brundage they are happy with it, an IOC spokesman said. Grant Stuart, Rhodesian IOC president, and Ossie Plaskett, secretary-general, reportedly told Brundage in Munich last week: "We are sportsmen and are not interested in politics, and we are willing to compete under any flag." Bowling CAPRI BOWL WEDNESDAY MORNINO Connie Baceda 253; Carol Bodster 161; Bernlce Hay 254 (66e); Ros Atkinson 265; Barbara Bul|ert 244; Llndi Aspeslet 256; Pat Tunstall 288; Batty Hobbs 276 ( 694); Ros* Cropley ill (721); Karen Holm 247. MARTINIZINO Anne Culler 326 (691); Mas* Goshln-mon 313 (663); Bernlce Hay 263 (711); Mary Mlhallk 272; Mary Thomson 274; Gall Hedbero 270; Karen Carney 291 (684); Merg Smith 258 (706); Mary Nlcolson 258; Isabella Bergman 268 (695). QUEEN'S SHOES Linda Malcomson 275 (692); Dena Smith 291 (714); Bea Salmon 284 (7*2); Jeanette Smeed 274 (779); Jean Christie 225; Darwin Roamchuk 300 (773); Norm Tolley 361 (787); Tak Katakaml 315 (767) Steve Mesel 295 (775); Lou Novak 336 (756); Randy WeMtoneroft 329 (792). EAGLES LODGE Kathy Ludwlg 240; Mary Bolokoskl 243; Joyce Marsden 219; Katie Frecka 217; Grace Glllett 252; Andy Kralew-skl 238 ( 650); Rick Larson 251; Cyril Barnett 244; John La Rocque 242; Frank Gorda 231. FRIENDLY LEAGUE Thalma salto 272; Liz Hlgo 222; Linda Klsh 227; May Syme 216; Bonnie Sehlaht 241; George Salto 222; Peter Snedden 221; Bill Kelly 238; Les Sack-nay 272; Ken Sehlaht 223. The 71st IOC congress here received reports from organizers of the 1972 Games at Munich and the Winter Games at Sapporo, Japan, that plans aire . going well and they have no I problems. The IOC and the West Ger-1 Canada's stand won't change CALGARY (CP) - The Canadian Amateur Hockey Association has not placed itself in an impossible situation with its stand on reinstated professionals, says President Joe Kryczka. "We're not out on a limb as far as some people think we �. We've taken a stand and maintained it . .. some Europeans may have thought we were bluffing but we're not, and sooner or later their stand may have to change." Kryczka, selected CAHA president in May replacing Earl Dawson of Dauphin, Man., said in an interview Thursday he won't attend an International Ice Hockey Federation meeting in Prague next Tuesday. Because the 36-year-old lawyer isn't a council member of the federation, he plans to miss the meeting which will draw up the schedule for the Olympic hockey tournament in Sapporo, Japan, next February. Canadian interests will be handled by Gordon Juckes, CAHA executive director, and Fred Page, president of the North American federation-a division of the IIHF which rep-resents the United States, Korea. Japan and Canada Juckes is also an IIHF council member and Page a former CAHA president. Commenting on a report that Bunny Ahearne of London, president of the IIHF, has threat- ened to expel Canada from the world hockey body, Kryczka said "There's no way." About the only tiling Ahearne might try, he said, is "to work his politics and pressures to relieve Mr. Page from his position as president of the North American federation in charge of the Olympic hockey program." "To embarrass Canada, he Just might try to put Japan in charge . . . he's made certain promises to the Sapporo Olympic committee to deliver a beam from Canada, which he now can't keep." Canada's stand in International hockey isn't going to change "until we get some open competition where we can use our best players in events recognized as being of world championship calibre," Kryczka said. "Until then, we're not interested." As Canada's hockey governing body, the CAHA withdrew from all international hockey after Ahearne refused to allow Canadian teams in world competition to use professionals. "We'll get back into the international scene when we think we have achieved the ends we set our sights on. Whether this will involve a graceful return or wholesale return, doesn't really matter." Warriors gain third victory BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) - New Westminster Salmonbellies outshot Brantford Warriors Thursday night but suffered a 12-10 loss in the third game of the Mann Cup Canadian Senior A lacross championship. "We're checking a lot better, but we're still missing our chances," said New Westminster playing coach Paul Parnell, whose team now must win four in a row to come out champions. "We're not scoring goals and that's the name of the game," he said. The Salmonbellies had a 49-39 edge in shots, but the Warriors were never headed after Al Gor-daneer shot them into the lead at the 17-second mark of the first half. They were ahead only 4-3 at the end of the first period and 9-7 at the end of the second. Gaylor Powless led the Brantford attack with four goals. Gor-daneer, Paul Suggate and Ted Howe scored two each. Single goals scorers were Jerry Mc-Kenna and Ron MacNeil. For New Westminster, Parnell was the leading scorer with three goals, and Dave Matheson and Ken Winzoski scored twice each. Tracy Wright, Ed Goss and Jinv.Giles scored one goal each. Victory was costly for Brantford, who lost Bill Coghill for HORSE-SHOE TOURNAMENT SATURDAY, SEPT. 18th - 11 A.M. FEE S2.00 PER PERSON MONTGOMERY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION 16th Ave. and Horn* Road N. W. Calgary FOR INFORMATION PHONE 288-2833 INSTALL RIST0CRAT WOOD WINDOW UNITS IN YOUR HOME These are Made Locally to Suit Your Size and Stylel Free Estimates! LETHBRIDGE the balance of the series. He suffered a separated shoulder when he was knocked into the end boards in the first period. TOUGHEST OF SERIES Brantford coach Morley Kells felt it was the toughest game of the series. "I think that was their best shot," he said of the Salmonbellies. "We won only about one third of the draws." Kells removed goalie Bob McCready at the end of the first period and put in Ron Thomas. Thomas was outstanding in the second period when New Westminster outshot Brantford 22-14, and he played well again in the third when the Salmonbellies had a 15-11 edge. Brantford took 11 minor penalties and New Westminster seven. "We took a lot of stupid penalties," Kells said, "but you can't complain much when you win." Attendance of 1,563 was the lowest of the series. mans have both been trying to persuade two privately-financed radio stations in Europe, Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty, to drop political propaganda during the Munich games. Both stations beam their programs to Communist countries. The IOC was told the two stations have agreed to broadcast nothing that would interfere with the friendly spirit of the games. But Russia's Constantin An-drianov said he was not satisfied. So the members decided a further approach to be made. Meanwhile Willi Daume, president of the organizing committee of the Munich games, reported that West German Chancellor Willi Brandt had written to President Nixon asking for his help in seeking co-operation from the two radio stations. Daume reported that about half of the 3.1 million tickets for next year's games, scheduled to start Aug. 26, have already been sold. Cor. 5th Ave. and 4th St Phone 327-1581 Kings, Nationals conduct trades EDMONTON (CP) - An abundance of goaltenders in the Edmonton Oil Kings training camp has paved the way for a trade between Edmonton and Vancouver Nats, a new entry in the Western Canada Hockey League. Jack Cummings, 18, first-string goaltender for the Oil Kings for most of last season, will be going to the coast with former Edmonton Maple Leaf Wayne Paulson. Edmonton will receive "future considerations" from Vancouver, the club announced today. The Oil Kings are left with Larry Hendrick, 16, as the starting goaltender and another 16-year-old, Doug Soetaert, is expected to be backup man Karras plans retirement DETROIT (AP) - "I thought it over and feel I don't have to prove to anybody I wasn't over the hill," said farmer Detroit Lion Alex Karras, annoucing he will retire from football to erler show business and "spend more time with my family." The 12-year veteran tackle, released by the Lions in a surprise move Tuesday, said: "I don't feel mentally ready to play football. They've taken it out of me here in Detroit. They really beat me down." Karras was stunned, saying he "couldn't believe it" when he appeared at a press conference in Detroit Tuesday. After his release on waivers he got offers to play for Washington Redskins and then Los Angeles Rams. "I thought all night about playing with the outstanding defensive line of the Rams," Karras said. "This morning I looked around at the family and thought it was a little selfish to think I bad to prove anything to anybody any more. Especially Detroit, the only people I'm really concerned about. "I said 'to heck with it. I'll go out with the Lions.' I'm disappointed naturally that I couldn't end my career here with a good taste in my mouth." Gregory, Parent mil meet today TORONTO (CP - Jim Gregory, Toroato Maple Leafs' general manager, said Thursday he expects to meet today with goal-tender Bernie Parent and his lawyer, Howard Casper of Philadelphia, in an effort to settle their contract dispute. Parent was traded to the Leafs last season by Philadelphia Flyers, while on the second year of a three-year contract with the National Hockey League club. He has missed the first five days of training camp. Parent's lawyer claims the player's contract was rescinded after he arrived in Toronto but refused to elaborate. Gregory would not say if he had reached an agreement with the 26-year-old goalie. "All I know is that he is com ing to town. I'm available any time they wish to talk to me." Although Parent has not been suspended by the club, coch Johnny McLellan said the goal-tender would not accompany the team for exhibition games against Minnesota North Stars in Bloomington, Minn., Saturday and in Winnipeg Sunday. Style will change NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. tCP) - Peterborough PCOS plan to abandon their deliberate style of attack tonight in the third game of the Canadian junior lacrosse final against the Richmond, B.C., Roadrunners for the Minto Cup. "We have to start running," Peterborough coach Ken Floyd said Thursday night. "We didn't anticipate them being this good." The Roadrunners, in winning the first two games of the best-of-seven series, have proved that a running game-spearheaded by Dave Tasker and Dave Durante-is more effective than the slowdown, one-on-one style of the easterners. Tasker scored seven goals in the opening game, won 16-14 in overtime, and Durante had five in the second, an lft-6 waltz for the British Columbia team. Richmond coach Ron Phillips believes the checking of the Roadrunners has thrown Peterborough off balance. "They're not accumstomed to the western style of hitting," Phillips said. "They're fancier players who like to take their time setting up. 'I don't think they have ever seen 65 shots a game, which is what we've been averaging because of our offensive style. "We feel this will be a must game for Peterborough," said Phillips. "If we can get by them, it's all over." Peterborough will be without scoring start Com Pamell, who has a charley horse in his thigh. Parnell scored four goals in the opening game, but was hobbled in the second. By Willie Kefchum Looks much the best. Can catch the others. Won't be far back ... A minor share...... Upset possibility .. ., Hard to recommend.. A longshof today ... . A longshot today . .. SATURDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE - $1,000 Claiming for four-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS SPEEDY SON, J�wtll ...........lit TETRALASS, Hunt ............ 11� FLAMBE, McCaUlty ...........11* TIVOLI BELLE, no boy........116 CHANFIELD, Bourne ............ 114 PROUD CUSADER, McDonald .. 119 U. HOPE, Barll .............. Ill CALL ME SONNY, no boy .......11* SECOND RACE - $1,000 Claiming for four-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS REQAL PET, Haynti..........llf KHAL'S CHARM, McC�Wl�y .. .. 11* TURK'S CLASSIC, MicDonald .. IN INJUN MICKEY, Rvcrolt......11? GALE NORTH, Suitor.......... 114 CLASSIC NORA, D. Wiseman ... . 122 SUN ARRAY, Slmplon .........122 MELLOWOALE, WatJOO.......119 THIRD RACE - $1,000 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS Rocky third in bull ride PENDLETON, ORE. (AP) A crowd of 8,000 at the 60th an nual Pendleton round-up Thurs day saw Lewis Kincaid blast out of a holding chute and rope down a running steer in 13.4 seconds. The Tucumcari, N.M., cow boy broke the old record of 13.5 seconds. Doug Brown, Silverton, Ore., rode his way to second - place in two events by staying atop a bucking saddle bronc and a brahma bull. Brown is rated 15th in the world for all - around cowboy honors in Rodeo Cowboy Association competition. Rocky Rockabar, of Medicine Hat, placed third in the bull-riding with 59 points, six behind winner Mark Blewitt of Balin, N.M. Doug Flannigan of Ponoka, with 66 points was third in the bareback brono-riding. Short sport VOYAGEURS DUMPED SOREL, Que. (CP) - Rich mond Robins dumped Nova Scotia Voyageurs 4-1 in an exhibition American Hockey League game Thursday night Pierre Plante, Dick Sarrazin, Tom Trevelyan and Larry Kin-drachuk scored for the Robins while Yvon Lambert scored for the Voyageurs. ADD FIVE NEW FACES OTTAWA (CP) - Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League have added five new players to their lineup for the first pre-season games this weekend. Easy winner It sound Old gal's still tough ... May upset things...... Will have to be caught . Chance at a price..... Must be considered... Would be an upset... Wants more distance... SWAN BABE, no boy ...........119 PIXIE BELLE, firry .Iff MYSTIC HEIGHTS, Hunt.......114 GREEK MUSKETEER, Ryeroft . 114 EL FILESTEO, Shields .........�2 SALTY PRINCESS, Hyntt......119 MIKADOR, Jewell............119 DREAMIN DEAMON, McCauliy 109 FOURTH RACE - $1,000 Claiming for three-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS Cm win at a price... Threat despite post... Speed and Inside post. Tab tor an upset..... Top effort needed..... Outside post hurts..... A longshot today..... Wants more distance.. SOMETHING HIOH, Rycrof? .. ..11* SICLE'S QUEEN, Jawall ........US CUSTOM CAB, D. Wiseman.....119 BOARD LANE, Tobacco........US GALA PATH, Hunt............114 FOOLISH DESCRETION, no bey . 109 CANADIAN HOPE, McCauley .. .112 Top* a cheap bunch . Ingore last; a threat.. Very dangerous here.. Upset possibility ..... Probable front-runner.. Best would be needed. Hard to recommend.., Would pay a price... FLASH'S CHAMP, Perry ..... .. 117 FIFTH RACE - $1,000 Claiming for four-year-olds and npward 1 1/16 MILES Can catch them all ... Completes the exactor... Could prove troublesome. Once had ability....... Fair chance today...... Upset possibility....... Would pay a prlcp...... Strictly a longshot .... HOT FLIGHT, McCauley.....119 PRAIRIE BLUE, Shields.......114 DEAN'S DELIGHT, Hunt.......119 DARK MEMORY, Suitor ...... 114 FIGHTING APPEAL, D. Wlltman 122 ROCK N WIND, Simpson ........ 122 PEN ROGUE, Ryeroft.........122 IRON TONY, Perry............122 SIXTH RACE - $1,000 Claiming for four-year-olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS Can catch up here ... May never be headed... Capable of upsetting .. Threat at the weight!. Could return to form . Will watch one time... Will be a price...... Doesn't figure today... BIG BAMBt, Rvcroft ...........119 HUDSON VALLEY, Hunt.......1h RUARK, D. Winman ..........Ml HURRY HALLY, Suitor .......... 114 COSMIC KID, McCauley........119 FRENCH BAR, no boy.........119 MEO CLASS, no hoy .........119 PARKBALL LI LA, Barll ...... Ill SEVENTH RACE - $1,500 Claiming for four-year-olds and upward 1 1/16 MILES Soma rough trips lately........... May lead throughout ............ Always right there............... Fine Calgary races............... Will be closing fast.............. Has surprised before.............. Last two races poor............ ... Not against these ............... bum MONEY, Ryerolt .........Ill pay your bill, l. Wiseman .. 115 blessed HOUR, McCauley .. .. 11] LADY's TRIP, Suitor .......... 114 ICE ALLEY, Hunt............ 115 KRISKET, Shields.............112 GO GO GLEN, Watson.........112 ANOTHER INDIAN, Jewell ... . 112 RACE - $3,250 Combination for three-year-olds and SEVEN FURLONGS Slightest of margins.............. Hat flna speed.................. A powerful contender............ Has brilliant form ............... Fair outside chance.............. Will coma charging.............. Talented three-year-old............ Has yet to prove herself............ EIGHTH upward LITTLE OYSPY, Hunt..........II* WEST WIND OAL, no boy.......US DARK STAR'S GIRL, MtCaulty .US MADAM JUDGE, no boy.......112 COURT LANE, Tobacco........110 WHIRLAGALE, Ryeroft........116 CRESCENT STYLE, Haynti ... .114 JUNIE MOON, Parry..........110 NINTH RACE - $1,000 Claiming for fonr-year-olds and npward SEVEN FURLONGS MISTER RIDEABOUT, McCauley 119 BILL'S CHOP CHOP, Rycratt .. .119 KING OF RULERS, Shlelat.....Ml DEFEND US, Tobacco..........119 TIZZA BROTHER, Wation......114 sys BERN, Brail .............. 110 COLLEGE COUNT, Suitor ...... Ill Should handle these....... Ignore last; a threat...... Will close quickly........ Figures highly here...... Return to form required.,. Chance at a price... A longshot today......... BEST BET - SPEEDY SON LONGSHOT - GREEK MUSKETEER POST TIME 2 P.M. Siler leads scoring race Junior season nears end RED DEER (CP) - Don Siler, rookie quarterback of Calgary Mohawks, holds a 12-point lead in the Alberta Junior Football League with two games remaining in the regular schedule. Official statistics released Thursday night showed Siler with 42 points on seven touchdowns. Doug Forrest and Tom Au-vigne of the first-place Calgary Colts are tied for second in the scoring race, each with 30 points on five touchdowns. Walter Bauer of Edmonton Wildcats is fourth with 26 points on one touchdown, four field goals and eight singles. Tied for fifth are Gary Beamish of Red Deer Packers, Terry Cairns of Edmonton Huskies and Bernie Potvin of the Edmonton Wildcats. Each has 24 points on four touchdowns. Cairns holds a substantial lead in rushing with 597 yards in 121 carries for a 4.93 average. Dalton Smarsh of the Wildcats has 355 yards. Potvin is the league's leading receiver with 432 yards on 24 receptions for an 18.0 average. Steve McKnight of the Packers is second with 275 yards and Auvigne third with 206 yards. John Van Riper of the Wildcats is the league's leading passer with a 43.9 percentage. Guy Crooks of the Colts follows with a 44.6 per centage. Crooks has thrown 10 touchdown passes, high for the league. Siler has thrown the most interceptions so far this season - 13. Lyle Watson of the Packers leads in interceptions with nine. He is followed by Vic Wasilen-ko of the Colts and Ken Fleming of the Huskies with five each. STANDINGS Colts ... Mohawks Huskies . Packers ,, Wildcats . W L T P A Pis 0 137 74 1 119 102 1 81 72 1 91 12S 1 77 130 KING CHRYSLER-DODGE 3rd AVE. AND 11th ST. $., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-9271 YEAR END SAVINGS ON ALL 1971 MODELS - BRAND NEW! NO. KC91 1971 DEMON 340 2-DOOR, Blue 340, A.T., P.S., R. OOlQiOO Rally wheels. Reg. 4213.00. NOW ............. WW"tW NO. KC42 1971 POLARACUSTOM 2-DOOR H.T.Tawny Gold. V-8, QQEQ.QQ A.T. P.S. P.B. R. Reg. 4855. NOW............... OOvW NO. 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