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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ,Ht LfciHBRIDGc iiMMuy, September 1., 1974 LAS VEGAS RUNTIME 4 dip, 3 pv dmlli KCMMty 5 days. 4 nlghtt HTSM tfniHt Kcupucy KM wiHiMi includes return air fare Calgary-Las Vegas. Accommodation Mint Hotel, plus many extra attractions. First departure' Sept. 12th, 1974. For Information and bookings contact. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL 326-81 tj Stampeders, Bombers are both undefeated The Hamilton Junior High Stampeders and the Catholic Central Bombers kept their winning ways intact in Lethbridge Minor Football action last night. The Stampeders had a harder time than the Bombers though as they won their game with Wilson Junior High Lions 18-6. In the second game of the night the Bombers bombed the St. Mary's Eagles 60-0. The Stampeders' hero was Chu Jang. Jang scored all three Stampeder touchdowns, two of them with runs of 45 and 30 yards. Dave Rae put the lone touchdown on the Scoreboard for the Lions when he ran 63 yards to paydirt. Stampeders led 12-6 at the half. Catholic Central's scoring was spread among seven players. Walter Montina had two touchdowns for the winners in addition to the two converts he kicked and the two two point converts he ran into the end zone. Erwin Arnold also crossed the goal line twice for the Bombers. Greg Oshaski, Shaun Keenan, Tim Sieller, Ivano Fraulin, and Mike Banaoci added single touchdowns to bring the Bomber total to 60. Bombers led 33-0 at half time. The Bombers and the Gilbert Paterson Eskimos will tangle Wednesday at 6 while the St. Mary's team will go against the Lions in the second contest at Royals win in Calgary The Lethbridge Royals moved a step closer to clinching the Second Division title in the Calgary Soccer League. The Royals travelled to Calgary on the weekend and blanked the Calgary Amoco club 4-0. Mike Burla was a standout for the Lethbridge team once again. Burla headed in his first marker of the evening and then put his foot to work and kicked the second Royal goal to give the team a 2-0 lead at the half. Kaz Akabane netted the third Royal marker and Ivan Smiljanec booted home the final Royal goal. Goalie Abby Weber picked up the shutout. The Calgary Chinooks are the only team with a slim chance of unseating the Royals for first place. Calgary must win their two remaining games while the Royals must lose both theirs in order for Calgary to overtake the local squad. The Royals' two games are against Red Deer, tied for second with the Chinooks, and with the Calgary Sabres who are in fourth spot. A tie with Red Deer or Calgary would clinch the division title for the Royals. They play Red Deer in Calgary next Sunday and close out the season in Lethbridge the following week against the Sabres. By winning the second division the Royals would move up to the league's First Division next year. SECOND DIVISION W Leth. Royals 10 Cal. Chinooks 8 Red Deer... Cal. Sabres. Cal. Amoco. Cal. Vikings Canmore Cal. Casuals 2 F 43 30 49 24 32 13 16 16 A PU 17 20 23 17 25 17 24 16 25 15 34 5 31 4 44 4 LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY CHORUS Director Mister Walter Goertzen Rehearsals for the February concert will commence in mid October at the music auditorium of the Winston Churchill High School on 15th Avenue North. New members, men and women, are urgently needed, and we invite all in- terested persons to arrange for com- pulsory auditions by telephoning the director at 345-3901. The Executive The Herald Sports Shoestring stop It was a shoestring tackle that prevented a Stampeder touchdown on this play Monday. Team Canada better prepared QUEBEC (CP) increased around the Team Canada 74 camp Monday as .the countdown began for tonight's opener of an eight- game series with the Soviet Union. Most of the high spirits re- sulted from realization that the 74 entry, made up of players from the World Hockey Association, is more prepared than was the National Hockey League crew that defeated the Soviets in the first such clash two years ago. Father David Bauer, who coached Canada's national team in international com- petition for several seasons, predicted each team will win three games and two will end in ties. "As even the most dedicated Team Canada sup- porters have agreed, this team has less pure talent than the 1972 said Father Bauer. "But when I look at the players here and compare them with those we had, I can only be impressed." Father Bauer's national Rowley, Foychuk, House make team EDMONTON (CP) Edmonton Monarchs and Calgary Braves, finalists in the Western Major Fastball League playoffs, placed 11 men in the league's first and second all-star teams announced Monday night. The Monarchs, new league champions, placed three players on the first team catcher Gary Schurman, shortstop Bryan Sosnowski, and pitcher Pete Brown. They also had two on the second team first baseman George Chapman and coach Howie Singer. Five Braves were named to the first team: first baseman Barry House, third baseman Elmer Halluschak, left fielder Gerry Kooy, right fielder Cam Powley and coach Ed Foychuk. Calgary pitcher Pete Savinkoff was named to the second team. Also selected to the first team were second baseman Grant Skinner of Winnipeg and centre fielder Fred Fisher of Saskatoon Jacks. Rounding out the second team were catcher George Lacoursiere of Saskatoon, second baseman Ev Wood of Saskatoon, third baseman Murray Riddell of Winnipeg, shortstop Russ Edwards of Saskatoon, left fielder Elmer Billows of Winnipeg, centre fielder Sonny Donison of Regina Carlings and right fielder Ed Gilroy of Winnipeg. team, comprised mainly of graduating juniors and univer- sity students, often came close to beating the Soviet Union and other powerful European hockey nations but did not win a world champion- ship. Billy Hay, former NHLer with Chicago Black Hawks, predicted ''Canada will win." "We'll never again beat the Russians said Hay, now a director of Hockey Canada, "but we're going to beat them this time." Two years ago, Canada de- feated Russia 4-3 in games with one tie. Three members of that Pat Stapleton and forwards Frank Mahovlich and Paul Hender- part of Team Canada 74. Henderson scored the winn- ing goal in each of the three final games while Stapleton combined with Bill White to anchor the defensive brigade. Father Bauer said many ob- servers in 1972 predicted that Canada would win eight in a row against the Soviets. This time, many have predicted eight wins in a row for Russia. "I believe this series will be much closer than many Cana- dians he said. Canada and Russia each cancelled a scheduled workout Monday morning and held an afternoon drill. Neither team announced its starting lineup. Officials were to be selected shortly before the game which begins at 6 p.m. MDT and will be televis- ed nationally by CTV. Basketballers under 21 invited to try out IMPORTANT NOTICE TO NON-PROPERTY OWNERS VOTER REGISTRATION To be eligible to vote at the forthcoming Civic Election Non- Property owners must REGISTER at the Assessment Depart- ment in the City Hall. A non-property owner is qualified to vote if: (1) He is of the full age of 18 years on or before October 16, 1974. (2) He is a Canadian Citizen or British subject. (3) He has resided in Alberta for the 6 consecutive months immediately preceding September 18, 1974. (4) He was a resident of the City of Lethbridge on Septem- ber 18, 1974. Registration will be held during normal working hours up to and including the 25th day of September, 1974. REMEMBER you must REGISTER again even though you may have regis- tered in any previous year. John Gerla City Clerk Basketball tryouts for Doug's, the first team in the province to register for eligibility to compete for the right to represent Alberta in the Canada Winter Games, will be held tonight at in the Civic Sports Centre in Lethbridge. Any basketball player in Southern Alberta 21 years of age or under is invited'to try out for the team. Tryouts are also scheduled for Thursday evening at the Civic Centre. Bryce Thompson. Dave Clark and Paul Kenwood, members of Doug's team last season, will be back trying to retain a position on the squad. The team will play under international rules as often as possible, following the re- quirements of the 1975 Canada Winter Games competition. Alberta is divided into three zones for Games competition, the North, from Edmonton to Red Deer, the Central is the Calgary area, and the South zone takes in all areas south of Calgary. Zone playoffs are slated for the last two weeks in November and the provincial finals, for the right to play in the Winter Games, will take place in mid December. Doug's will stay sharp throughout the year by com- peting in the Lethbridge Commercial Basketball League. Doug Clark, backer of the team as well as president of the Alberta Amateur Basket- ball Association, stated that he will propose at the association's annual meeting Sept. 29 in Lethbridge the association back a proposal to have the Russian National basketball team play in Lethbridge. Burning Rectal Itch Relieved In Minutes