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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 28, 1973 ROYAL WINTER FAIR TOUR Return Rail transportation, Accommodation, to Fair, to Hoyai norw onow. Depart Calgary Nov. 6 Return Nov. 17 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL_____________________PHONE 328-3201 Pat Sullivan The Herald- Sports A bit of everything The National Baseball League's intention to spurn the designated hitter rule makes it a cinch that Willie McCovey, with his big salary and gimpy knees, will be peddled to an American League club A letter from the National Hockey League main office indicates that 1973- 74 schedules are available, as are rule books The schedules are free, the rule books 'cost you four bits If interested write NHL Information Bureau, 920 Sun Life Building, Montreal, Que. H3B 2W2 Lethbridge's loss now appears to be Albuquerque, New Mexico's gain Ed Bruchet. the father of junior hockey in Lethbridge, has taken a position as general manager of the Albuquerque Conven- tion Centre The new Bruchet home has seats and plays host to almost anything one can imagine, including hockey. Ed's favorite pastime Bruchet tried to get back into hockey locally but when the Lethbridge Longhorns were granted the Sugar King franchise in the Alberta Junior Hockey League, Ed was back pounding a beat in the hockey world. Local contributions to the professional hockey ranks number quite a few this time around Former Sugar Kings Alex Kogier. Len Chalmers. Len Frig, John Davidson, Sam Clegg, Howie Heggedal, Dave Shardlow and Dale Yutsyk, are ail at pro camps. Kogier is with the New York Rangers. Frig the Chicago Black Hawks, Clegg is looking for a goaltenders job in the.Minnesota North Stars' chain while Davidson is expected to stay with the parent St. Louis Blues club Shardlow has a good shot at staying with the Leafs as has LannyMcDonald. Yutsyk is also giving a wing job a try in St. Louis Len Chalmers is in Boston with the Bruins. Brian Molvik is in New York, and Larry Bignell is in Pittsburgh In the World Hockey Association Howie Heggedal is seeking a spot with the Los Angeles Sharks while Gerry Klinkhammer is giving the Vancouver Blazers' camp his best efforts Jack DeHeer is back in Holland with the TiSburg Trappers Jack says this could be a big year as the Dutch National team will play in Class B. better exposure... Germany will also benefit from Lethbridge hockey talents as Larry Marchuk plans to spend the winter in Peiting (near Munich I Marchuk played with the Juvenile Warriors last season. Larry Leskosky phoned me recently with a true fish story. Apparently he and Ken Karl, Ivan Hoffman and Mel Willis travelled to the coast and came back loaded with salmon You know the old saying "all fishermen are liars except you and I and I don't know about Well, Karl and Willis have two. 25-pound salmon to prove that the fishing was good, to say the least. Leskosky and Hoffman caught their share but not quite that big The local foursome were treated to excellent fishing by the Campbell River Sporting Club's Reese Barnes Bob Parkyn, a standout with the LCI Rams for three years in the Southern Alberta High School Football League, is currently playing defensive halfback for Black Hills State College in Spearfish, South Dakota Do you know how bad Jack Nicklaus can play golf? Ac- cording to Johnny Millar, U.S. Open champion, "When Nicklaus plays well, he wins. When he plays badly he finishes second and when he plays terrible, he finishes third" Ralph Kiner. ex-ballplayer and current sportscaster, says watching Phil Neikro and other pitchers throw knuckleballs is about as exciting as watching Mario Andretti park a car You recall the old adage about tie games? It has been described as big a thrill as kissing your sister Well, Don Fambrough, University of Kansas football coach, doesn't have any new philosophy about tie games but he does have a new outlook on what can be learned about his players in spr- ing practice "You can't really tell anything from spring practice It's like having your daughter come in at four o'clock in the morning with a Gideon Bible. WELL.WHAT DID THEV SAV AT THE MARRIAGE GUIDANCE? I THOUGHT THEV WEREN'T Chamberlain gone West plans to quit LOS ANGELES (AP) Wilt Chamberlain is gone and Jerry West says he's almost certain to would leave Los Angeles Lakers with only two-fifths of the starting team that made a shambles of the National Basketball Association two years ago. Chamberlain jumped Wednesday to San Diego Con- quistadors of the American Basketball Association. He will serve as coach and, unless the Lakers succeed in court, as a player, too. Forward Jim McMillan was traded to Buffalo for seven- foot centre Elmore move for the Pete Newell, general manager, had said. Now it's a deal for the present. West, 35-year-old perennial all-pro guard, says he wants his contract renegotiated for security, not money. He said it's "99 per cent I won't play." The Lakers don't want Chamberlain to play for anyone else, claiming the op- tion clause in his contract binds him to the NBA club for another season. They threaten court action if he attempts to play at San Diego. Chamberlain, who defected for a reported a year, had uncomplimentary words for West in his recently published book. Wilt said West was pampered by fans and en- vious of Chamberlain's ac- complishments. of bowlin HOLIDAY BOWL SIMPSONS-SEARS Ed Rossetti 264. Jerry Ellerman 260. Louise Blacker 240, Jay Luhasiewich 221, Loretta Karbonik Jack Unterscher 229, Cathy Cnghton 258. Marino Rapuano 218, Allan Bird 224. Bermce Hartley 218, Betty Dawson 263 BENDIX Ralph Hackman 221, Garth Barr 289 Guy Brown 253, Ron Hanamas 198. Mel Marshall 240, Dan Bessie 264, Robert Kempenaar 205, 1 "MARTI NELLJ" A New Name at Camm's "ANZIO" Exactly as shown in Brown or Black Crinkle patent wet look D width in Sizes 7-12, B width in Sizes 9-11, See too the new Fall Styles by Jarman Mens Winter Boots Sealskin and -Horsehairs also hunting boots. New ATV's for the high school crowd Platform and Blacks and college Ties m Brown Open Fri. til 9 p.m. CAMM'S SHOES 403 5th Street S. NOTICE Frank Aitken wishes to announce as of September 5th the opening of his MAIN SERVICE CENTRE DAVE LARKO MANAGER Corner 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Phone 327-6698 KEN ALLEN MECHANIC Frank invites all his friends and customers to drop in and see Dave or Ken for any of their auto- motive needs. Robert Stanko 224, Clint Simmons 234, Dave Hewitt 248 ALCON Ellas Sauilla 248, Eileen Blenner-: Hassett 202, Rogan Sinclair 291, Dennis Matson 208. Stella Chambers 259, Dallas Szarko 218, Jack Tremblay 274 Romain Villeneove 253, Mirni Tremblay 283, Dave Miller 225. HOLIDAY VILLAGE Beth Flak 234 Lois Aucoin 260 Minnie Koskiw 253, Lowel Blasetti 343, Alice Kolibas 293 Dena Smith 246 Shirley Marshall 243, Dorothy Hodges 233, Irene Lynde 229, Jean Mills 224. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE George Siegel 236, Sherry Clark 226, Rod Chernos 215, Ron Dom- bowsky 259, Gayle Cox 198, Don McDowell 200, Allan Hunt 209. VASA LODGE Hialmar Nelson 270, Bud Grouette 263. Dwight Neis 261, Gus Hegland 260, Bob Hanson 230, Lorna Neis 276, Linda Zombori 247, Hilda Bianchi 223. Will Ness 229. SENIOR CITIZENS Irene Marcinko 298 Betty Murtland 220. Len Milner 228, Audrey Scott 230, Bill Riley 220, Jack Nunweiler 284, Harry Chaprrian 254, Walter Baker 216, Frank Bernhart 288 Matt Bernhart 218. CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Connie Baceda 253 Donnis Foder 259. Mert Qually 270, Sharon Davidson 259, Verna Volden 268, Shirley Hertlein 317 Gloria Balazs 258, Diane Decaire 253 Cheryle Fleming 287 (668) Mary McAuley 281, Gail Lewicki 267. Lois Weir 256. GREENS SHOES Bill Hamilton 292 Bob Spitzer 318 Bert Mezei 286 Tom Hackman 293 Jirn Kato 294 Shirley Areshenko 266. Debi Collier 272 Anne '.handa 284 Isabelle Bergman ?52 Dena Smith 246. JUNIORS SHOP Grace Van Dyk 258. Ninr Sindlinger 242, Mary Blair 240, Lisa Wilson 257, Barb Buijert 241, Dorothy Sorensen 252 Leah Gerla 239, Marg Constable 239, Pat Plomp 236, Margaret Wieland 231. QORDIES Tak Katakami 287 Jim More 308 Doug Anderson 289, Bill Hlueka, Wimp Nakamura 278, Ken Larson 297 Ryo Nagata 311 Lino Chiste 304, Fred Master 326 Jack Smeed 299 Bob Kolysher 279. Duane Spitzer 278 SPEEDYS Bea Salmon 239 Jeanette Smeed 271 Linda Malcomson 273 Rose Johnson 247. Marg Smith 249 Aya Nakamura 283, Anne Martin 225. Alice Gier 247, Lorraine Kirchner 215. Grace Beard 214 West termed "ridiculous" the thought that he'd not want to play with Wilt any more, adding the book wasn't all that uncomplimentary. In addition to West, only Happy Hairston, a forward, and guard Gail Goodrich re- main as veteran starters of the 1971-72 championship team that won 33 straight games and 69 for the regular season, both league records. Newell said "well-accepted, 'proven" players such as Bill Bridges, Jim Price, Elmore Smith and Mel Counts have been added since the cham- pionship year. "If you want to be negative, you can say, 'Sure, only two- fifths of the starters but we've also added these players you've got to get younger players as your older players retire on you." West, who makes a reported a year, said he wants more than money from the Lakers, who are fining him a day during his holdout. West scoffed at the amount of the fine. "I told Pete Newell that he ought to make it at least a day. The money I'm making, what's Miners entertain Saracens The Lethbridge Miners Rugby Football Club will host Calgary Saracens in a Southern Alberta Rugby Union semi-final match this weekend. The important tilt will get under way at 2 p.m. at the Civic Centre Saturday. The Miners had advanced to the semi-finals by edging the Calgary Irish Club 19-12 recently. A pair of trys were made by Ian Wishaw and a single try went to Don Hamilton. The remaining seven points were scored by Al Kasperski. Litbbridgi Offlci Furniture Ltd. 7th 81. Shopping Mall Albtrti (403) 321-7411 FILING a