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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 27, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Pollings' club opens season Saturday Red Devils rookie-laden Ron Collings, new coach of the Crowsnest Pass Red Devils of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, is optimistic about his club's chances this coming season. "The Red Devils will have a good hockey club this he said. "John Hawkins, Brent McCracken and Randy Spark will be returning off last year's club and we have a number of promising rookies." There are currently 22 players in the Red Devil camp and coach Collings who replaced John Chapman, expects some more late arrivals. "Two late cuts from the Calgary Centennials just arriv- ed in camp and I expect a couple more to show up soon." The Red Devils open their season Saturday night against the Drumheller Falcons and then travel to Calgary to battle the Canucks on Sunday. Of the 18 or 19 players that Collings will keep with the club Doug Forbes is sure to be one of them. "Forbes is a promising goaltender. He will help our club a lot. I'm sure he'll be a good one." The Calgary Centennials have been assisting the Red Devils by sending well known hockey personality Bill Ramsden to the Pass to work with the club in the early stages of the season. Meanwhile, Taber Golden Suns, the Southern entry in the six-team Alberta circuit, will also see its first league action this weekend. While the Red Devils are at home to Drumheller Satur- day, Calgary Canucks will be' in Taber for an encounter. Sunday the Devils welcome Calgary and Drumheller journeys to Taber. Gary Hull, coach of the Golden Suns, is faced with much the same problem as Collings, in as much as he has only a handful of players with Tier II experience. The Golden Suns are entering their first season in the league. Golden Suns have signed four members of the now- defunct Lethbridge Longhorns, and one player from Win- nipeg who played Tier II and after that it is all first year players. Red Devils and Golden Suns met in one pre season en- counter with the Suns holding the upper hand. However, the main body of Collings' club was in Calgary at the Centennial camp and as Hull put it, it wasn't that good a measure as to how tough the Devils will be. The two clubs will have to wait until Oct. 22, a Tuesday night in Taber, to square off ip their first regular season meeting. Two nights later the Red Devils will entertain the Suns in Blairmore. If there is to be an advantage over the course of the 60- game schedule it could tip the Red Devils' direction. Of all the players with Tier II experience, only those on the Pass club have seen any pressure in a stretch drive. That situation, however, is a long way off. At the mo- ment both Hull and Collings would be more than pleased with a sweep opening weekend. ANDY CAPP Harris expected to rest his stars HELSINKI (CP) Coach Billy Harris of Team Canada '74 said Thursday he expects to give many of his stars a rest during exhibition games tonight and Sunday in Gothen- borg, Sweden, in preparation for the last four games of Canada's hockey showdown with the Soviet Union. Harris did not specify who will start in the exhibition games, but said he hopes to Special Games set The Regional Special Games are all set to go at the Lethbridge Civic Sports Centre Saturday and Sunday. The swimming competition is slated for .the Fritz Sick Pool front 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and at Mayor A. C. Anderson will officially open the Games. At 3 p.m. the joggers mile run is scheduled and at the bowling competition at Capri Bowl gets under way. Sunday at 10 a.m. the track and field events will begin. All parents, billets, score keepers and time keepers are invited to a barbeque at the Civic Centre Field at 7 p.m. Saturday and a dance will follow at in the Civic Centre. The games will wrap up Sunday afternoon and out of town departures are schedul- ed for 4 p.m. give some reserves a chance to play their way into the lineup for the games against Russia. Defenceman Al Hamilton was a standout during a light workout Thursday and was reasonably sure to play against the Finnish national team. Hamilton, who last season received several votes as the- most valuable player in the World Hockey Association, may lack the mobility necessary to play on large European ice surfaces against speedy Russian rivals. Another who hopes to be in the starting lineup for Canada is right-winger Tom Webster. His defensive abilities have been questioned, but he scored a goal in Canada's only loss, Russia's 8-5 victory in Winni- peg- In an interview, Harris praised Johnny McKenzie, the right-winger who combines with Bobby Hull and Andre Lacroix on Canada's top offen- sive line. "I understand some people in Canada criticized McKenzie for taking two penalties in a row in the game at said Harris. "All that line has done is give up one goal while scoring nine. If each line had been as successful in terms of goals for and against, we would be in full command of this series. "McKenzie plays the game the only way he way he has always played it. "He takes his lumps and gives them but he never backs away." W The Bill Snyder Memorial Shoot held at the Lethbridge Trap Club on Sunday was held under ideal autumn "bluebird" conditions. Winner of the Bill Snyder Trophy was Bob Asher. Winner of the High Over AH was Blair McNeely. who shot consistently through- out the two-day event Results are as follows: TROPHIES SAT. Event 16 McNeely Jack Orr 99x100 (Jack Orr) B-Joe Kenmburgh 98x100 C-George Woo 93x100 D-Alan Munro 91x100 Evvflt 2t-Hantfc Sp Long-Dick Dilmar 90x100 Mid-Blair McNeely93x100 Snort-Salavador Arias 90xJOO Event A-Robin Timmerman 90x100 B-OicV Ditmar 94x100 C-Bruce Cameron 86x100 SUN. Erant 4-SinglM 16 yd. A-BJair McNeety 99x100 8-OaTTyl PJalshy 98x100 C-Sal Anas 97x100 Manner 92x100 Evert AttMrtMR Mid-Bob Arttor 95x100 Short-Ray Goto Cameron MilOO (Bruce BDI Stqnfcr Trophy Cvwl 4x5 -Bob 111x200 Event Dirteen WOO 172x200 Jr. Clayton Woo 183x200 Sub. Jr. Orr 97x100 High AM Evont 1, 2, 9, 4, Manner Up Evont 1, 2, 3, 4, Cameron Srnaflbore nfie shooters and pistol shooters wffl be competing tne V 1 P shoot this weekend al nw Rstt arid Norm ol tne fcmfls on 9th The pistol events will be staged Saturday, featuring both ritn lite and Centre Fire- On Sunday tne Tllletnen be hard at with any .22 rifle but 9CO99S restricted to 6 power. Registration tflosas at 9 00 a.m botti flays, and tnere wffl be a corn roast on tne Saturday rrlgWt ruiisni SPOSTS in OF UTHMIDGf, Al 3284C23 SUPPLIES, LieftTWEICMT CAMP- ING AMD complete OU1IIMITMINO KENKOTKAS BOB MOMS DON MARINO ARTBOURNE Possible frame Former middleweight contender Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, right, is shown leaving the court house in 1967 after being sentenced to life in prison. Carter's case is now under review as the two prosecution witnesses have admitted to perjury in the case. Race results CALGARY (CP) Race results from Stampede Park Thursday FIRST S1.500. claiming, 2 year olds. 6 furlongs. Keiruh (Sorenson) 4.00 2.30 2.30. Gracious Host (Ollive) 2.30 2.20, Par- son's Hill (Coombs) 2.30. Time. 1.164-5. Chocolate Frosty. New Hour, Brown G also ran SECOND S1.500, claiming, 6 furlongs. Prince Preciptic (Hedge) 11.20 5.40 4 50, Kentucky Astro (Shields) 4.30 4.00. North Miss (Ollive) 3 50. Time- 1-16 Adoraole Audene, Sit Kid. Tasminar. Prince's Ransom. Win Garuda also ran DAILY DOUBLE: Track Scratch: Mack Tack. THIRD S 1.500. claiming. 6 furlongs. Lightning Len (Hendricks) 9.90 520 450, Monkey Pod (Coombs) 6.30 5.10. Lloyd's Image (Rycroft) 3 30 Time: 1.15 3-5. Hey Joker. Lady Peep. Caroufer. Amber Day. Keep Aloof. Share The Wealth. Mr. Lament also ran OUINELLA: FOURTH claiming. 6 furlongs. White Light (Kipling) 7.60 3.70 3 SO. Worthy Dream (Ollive) 4.00 3.90. Stormy Ribot (Hendricks) 8.40. Time: Steve's Ego. Itchy Foot, Father's Trust. Bahama Kate, Clint's Jet also ran FIFTH claiming. 1 1-16 miles. Touchwood Chief (Hendricks) 9.80 4.20 3 10. Old Whiskey (Norris) 3.70 2.80. Sione (D Wiseman) 3 60. Time- 1-5. Kit Somers, Coming Fury also ran EXACTOR: SIXTH S1.500. claiming, 6 furlongs. Balcony Honey (Niblett) 27.50 16.90 10.30. Mike Mullen (D. Wiseman) 490 4.10. Green Port (Coombs) 4.70. Time- 2-5. Nycan. Haste Ye Back. Quillation, Double Nat. Your Bill also ran. SEVENTH S2.700. claiming. 6 furlongs. Maylmga (Whittle) 7.30 4.10 3 20. Brendakendan (Rycroft) 6.30 370, Judge Tardy (Kipling) 4.90. Time. 4-5. Brown Marine. Water Wagon. Emerald Lin. Mighty Admiral also ran. EIGHTH claiming. 1 1-16 miles Mister Bewitched (Oliive) 31.30 10.20 7.30. Skinny Dipper (Hedge) 9.70 7.40. Bfiai Lodge (Rycroft) 5.20. Time- 1-5. West Wind Gal. Indian Lake. Miss Easter Day. Kaps Call. Same Affair. Split Bat. Red Mahogany also ran. OUINELLA: S119.40. COrVW TO BINGO. FLO? I DAREN'T ASK -I'VE KEN TWICE THIS WEEK DON'T TELL'IM.' JUST MARCH IN THERE LAY IT ON THE LINE v- tou'Lu COME THROUGH WITH COLOURS WITH COLOURS R.YIN ALL RUBE -ATW4LFMAST Aeros upset Blues THE CANADIAN PRESS Houston Aeros of the World Hockey Association scarcely missed Gordie Howe and his sons, Mark and Marty, Thurs- day night. While the Howe family hockey compact is in Europe with Team Canada, a rookie from Swift Current Broncos of the Western Canada Hockey League, led the Aeros to a 5-4 victory over St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League in the first game ever played between the rival leagues. Don Larway scored two goals to pace the winners and missed another late in the third period when a close- range shot was deflected by goalie John Davidson before fans. In other games, Boston Bruins defeated Montreal Canadiens 6-3, Kansas City Scouts tied Minnesota North Stars 3-3, and Philadelphia Flyers defeated Vancouver Canucks 4-1. In the only Wdrld Hockey Association game, Vancouver Blazers rallied for three goals in the third period to defeat Edmonton Oilers 5-4. Ken Hodge scored three consecutive power-play goals to lead the Bruins over the Canadians. Glenn Goldup and Guy Lapointe scored for Montreal. Dennis HextaU, Bill Golds- worthy and Doug Hicks scored for the North Stars who held a 3-1 lead before Randy Rota and Simon Nolet replied for the Scouts. Goldsworthy's goal was scored on an experimental free shot, awarded when the opposing team deliberately holds the puck against the boards. Bobby Clarke, Bob Sirois, Don Saleski and Ross Lon- sberry scored for the Flyers who dominated play throughout. Dennis Ververgaert got the only Van- couver goal. The Flyers outshot the Ca- nucks 44-17. Ray DeLorenzi. Rob Walton, Murray Myers, Ron Chipperf ield and Bryan Camp- bell scored for the Blazers. Jack Gibson, Ron Climie, Tom Gilmore and Barry Long were the Oilers' marksmen. TILLMAN TAKES LEAD BARRINGTON, R.I. (AP) Dick Tillman of Orlando, Fla., took the lead Thursday in the opening races of the North American inter-class solo sailing championships. Tillman, a three-time North American laser champion, had a low score of 27Vt points after five races in different class boats on Narragansett Bay. Bowling scores roundup HOLIDAY BOWL GOLDEN AGE Harry Chapman 258: Norah Hof- forth 245 Walter Baker 254; Bert Madill 234. Frank Bemhart 237: Louise Ober 227: Ben Evenson 224: Roy LaVatley 230: Mary Ward 223 CJOC LEAGUE Ul KnodeJ 261: Dot Mtyashiro 246: Connie Baceda 251 Mary Richards 244: Kathy Mueller 290 Rudy Van Ryan 308 Ron Siffito 260: "Tom Woods 261: Roy Bodd 260. Don Bemhart 259. Frank Baceda 319 CLASSIC TRIPLES Oianne Violira 320 Ken Larson 304 Steve Safer 310 Kartyn Spttzer 329 Jeanene Smeed 278 Steve Gangur 320 Smeed 308 John Wfldman 351 Sieve Pedetsen 305 Bob Cosjanaj 352 (1.09B. BANTAM CHRIS Paula Jennings 127. Charmen WIcKfltop 527. Sherry Kolioas 141. Barbie Costanzo 151 Olanne VaselenaV 130. Donna Turner 133 HOLIDAY VILLAGE Uwei Stasew 252 265 (6691. Irene LyrwJe 268, Dorothy Hodges 253: Boxanne EdSTi Wlaoson 247; Mtoe Gler 262 Beth Flafk 240. SWrley Ptontke 235 Key Davidson 239. Oena Smith 232 VASA LODGE Bob Hanson 207; JHrn Arthur 215. ArvKJ Ossen 206: Rutoy Oseen Will Ness 209. SUmcM 200. Urter 203. Leors Ness 242, Bud GroueRe 234. At-CON HCniKlCRATtON Abbey Weber 251 Draper 214: Mel Perrt 208: Bill Billings 212: Brian Raines 213: Howard Blake 273: Gloria BeH 219: Karen Marthienson 233: O'Ck Marthrenson 234: Betty Peterson 268. EAGLES Cyril Bamett 279. Joyce Marsoen 271 T. Atwood 265: Joyce Romses 240: Larry Veres 226: George Matcnett 285. Helen Weets 217. Gary Ward 241. Jonn Frecfca 271: Oscar Ludwtg 263: Norman MiDer 222. J Anderson 227 CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Shirley Hertlein 241: Myrria 270 Oianne Matenow 291: Cneryl Fleming 285 Mary Ann Ferner 241; Bartj Thompson 241: Carol Dave 245 (Ma Pearson 256. Kurina 257: Chris Surwasn 268 Bernice Pavan 268 MARICNUnNG Masa Gosninmon 238. Joyce Kamln9w 284. pai Henderson 265; Frieda Bo'Unon 258. Marie Qseen 267. Use Wflson 242, Ssafoslle Bergman 241 Phoebe Nowax 240. Barb Jarvie 310 Marg 258 (666) GREENS SHOES Bill 258. Darrefll lagtor 302 Frank 293 Norm Tofley 285 Sam Gtrardl 267.0eanor DorlgatJI 346 Jonn Bempel 292 Jerry Mezte 272 Manny Avlles 289 Ed Smith 269 J.C.C.A. Shtnob Tanaka 269. Tak Kalakami 311 Masa Gosnlrtmon 261, Stiig GosWmnon 257 Francis Htga 302 Sandy Sbtgshiro 301 NSh ChaW 302 Jim Miyauchi 264: Mas Shigehiro 261: Aki Moriyama 242 MONDAY NIGHT MIXED Rick Barva 262 Frank Barva 315: Les Nagy 228: Vern Soderquist 263: Mike Stevens 317. Judy Plett 230: Fred Milner 248: Maynard Roeloffs 284: Tom Callaghan 227; .Bob Anderson 226; Lorraine Mickey 225: Clayton Helm 247, TUESDAY COFFEE Shari 258: Doreen Boss 222; Judy Knox 232: Joy LakasSewich 233: Vivian Holt 229. PhyUts Spence 273 Beth LeftngweU 226: Bon- nie ScMaul 236: Louise Church 238. Irene Lawson 261. IMPERIAL FASHIONS Manon Tmsley 241; Helen Weets 267 Ev Coutts 262 SWrley Pelrak 25S: M Myers 240. Mirtam Gfvens 261. Pal Ptomp 284 (703i Unda Vrabel 296 Amy Cheng 261. Esther SWelds 236. Jen- TTtp WfOTfitl c36 GORD1ES lovro 305 Syd Orr 284. Gary Lotiuis 283. Ray Mac- donald 267 Dallas Nestott 277. Laurie Ztnuncihyk 265. Ouane Spfeer 278. Jerry Wtezte 294 Bruno Bacedo 265. Hugh 266 L.C.C. Rick Booker 263. Karen Owtnn 212, GcMsmXh 207, Wes Olson 267 Rod Pocza 217. Helen Weets 267 Doug Christie 220 CANBRA FOODS Flo Nyqutet 211. Stu J51 Al Takasaki 253. Me1! MyVytluk 222. Moe RosJing 264, Gordon Tanaxa 255. Tony Boh 221. Sieve Dtrnnlk 223. Helen Weets 233. Ed lanxowttk 301 Canadian College hoop finals may be reality Ben Brooks, co-ordinator of Athletics for the Lethbridge Community College, reports that the Canadian College Athletic Association has approached Sports Canada re- questing funds for a Canadian College Men's Basketball championship. "The concept would be that a winner would be determined from each of the four zones in Canada, Quebec, Ontario, Eastern and the Four-West. These four teams would then meet to determine the Cana- dian college Brooks said. It is hoped that Sports Canada will accept the plan and that the CCAA would know its decision prior to Christmas. The LCC men's basketball team, the Kodiaks, are about to launch their 1974-75 season with tryouts for the club starting Monday. "The conference will be far more competitive this Brooks stated. "At least six of the nine teams have strengthened significantly, either through coaching changes or a recruit- ment program." While the LCC offers a Softball executive plan meeting The Alberta Amateur Soft- ball Association executive will meet Saturday and Sunday in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel in Lethbridge. Saturday's meeting will run from 1 to 5 p.m. while Sundays meeting will get under way at 9 a.m. and adjourn at 1 p.m President Bob Branagh of Calgary and his executive will be in attendance. Among matters to be dis- cussed will be the plans for the Fall annual meeting in Calgary. Saturday's session will be open to all teams who went to the provincial playoffs this past season and wish to air any issues or discuss any matter with the executive. scholarship incentive to young athletes, by waving their tui- tion fees after they have made a team, the incentives are minimal compared to the United States colleges. "A U.S. college will cover Clackson suspended SASKATOON (CP) Kim Clackson of the Victoria Cougars has been suspended following a match penalty he received in a Western Canada Hockey League exhibition game against Kamloops Chiefs Wednesday night. WCHL president Ed Chynoweth said Clackson will not be allowed to play until there is a "thorough investigation" of the incident. Meanwhile the Chiefs scored three goals in less than three minutes of the second period and went on to defeat the Cougars 7-4 in an exhibi- tion game Thursday night. Brad Gassoff, playing in his first game with the Chiefs after being retained in a trade with Medicine Hat Tigers sparked Kamloops' scoring with two goals and an assist. Neil Lyseng also scored two goals while Jim McAloney, Allan Younge and Darryl Ferner scored single goals. Tom Martin, Mel Bridgman, Dan Lucas and Jim Gustafson replied for the Cougars. the tuition, room and board and add a month liv- ing allowance. Seldom is an American scholarship under in value. "The feeling with the CCAA and the LCC is the scholarships should be limited. They should show a token appreciation on behalf of the college and not be some high reward for the college athlete to go Ben said. The nine teams in the conference are the LCC, Northern Institute of Technology, Southern In- stitute of Technology, Medicine Hat Community College, Mount Royal, Red Deer, Grant McEwan in Ed- monton, Camrose and Grande Prairie. "The philosophies of many of these colleges are changing with regards to basketball and there is a conscious effort to upgrade the game. It should be extremely competitive this year in the said Ben. American boys and top Canadian ball players choose the college ball in Canada over the American ball due to the fact they will get more floor time in this area and more exposure to university scouts. The LCC has only 140 reserve seats available for season ticket holders. These tickets are now on sale at only for the 10-game home schedule. People are urged to pick up these tickets now by phoning Ben Brooks at 327- 2141 or by contacting him in his office at the LCC. Exclusive at Camm's Shoemakers to Canada's Best Dressed Men Pnirie Buffalo BROGUES exactly as shown Open 9P.M. Plus many other Dacto ttytoin and Oxfords. Camm's Shoes 403-5th Streets. VOTE Roger Rickwood for ALDERMAN If you are interested in Participating in a change Volunteers Phone 328-1705 Financial Donations Gratefully accepted 2313-11th Avenue S. Lethbridge Inserted by the Rostr cwnpatgn commttH ;