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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 Wl irTHBRTOOf HtRMO Jcilurday, April 1972 Pla-ycrs plan to file charges iaseball owners have next move YMIIK ._ Where i "I'm S Hrx-s the r-li-iko froinl Gahci'in. here? "H's up owners to make a counterproposal so we can slarl said Marvin Miller, executive direc- tor of llic strikini; Major League Ha.seliall Pbveis Association Tlie latc.'-t exchange occurred Friday mcliL wlnm tlie '.M own- crs unanimously rejected im offer hy the pension tioiis resumed fov Ui three llic dull f Iralnr Id tic in if no scl- llcnionL was reached. At Hie .same (inie. Hie players' proup announced jihns Lo [ile unfair laKir practice charge.s against itic owners wilh the na- tional labor ions board. Dick Mops, counsel [or Ilk? ptuy- i Hie ers' assrK'ialioii, charged HjjiL al Ir.isl llnci! players liavc lost tlu'ir bet-miso uf tlicir activ- ities wilh llic lie declined lo rnc them, but The A s s o c I n t e d I'rcss learned that one pitcher Joe llorlcu, rcccuUy given his uears tide AUGUSTA. TAP1 .lack Nicklaus, halfway lo a fourth Masters poll title, admil.i Ihrw.' years aco he.' bocame so complacent and disintei'i'sti'd tlKit he was on Hie ivrgc of Riv- ing up MIL' The untimely death of his father and a IW) victory in Ihe Expos arc in trading mood MO.NTHEAL (CP1 Mont- real Expo? cnmpleted their sec- ond Irade in I'.vo days Friday when IlK'.v acquired infielder Hector Torres and first base- man-outfielder Hal B r e e d c n from Chicago Cubs in exchange for left-handed pitcher Dan tlrncral manager Jim Fan- ning of (he National League club said Torres will remain Ihe big league club, while Breeder will be assigned tn Ihe class AAA Peninsula Whips of the International League. Thursday the Kxpos sent slug- ging outfielder Rusty Etaub to New York Mots in exchange for shortstop Tim Foli, first base- man-outfielder Mike Jorgensen, and outfielder Ken Singleton. In another move, the Mont- real club pared down to tho mandatory player limit by op- tioning outfielder Stan Swanson nnd mfielders Gaiy Sutherland and Rich Hacker lo Ihe Whips. They also sent pitcher Balor Moore In Quebec City Carnavals of Lhe class AA Eastern Baso- ball League. The Expos also announced of- ficially lhat Saturday find Sun- day games against Chicago Cubs have been postponed be- cause of the strike by baseball players. A club spokesman (laid tho official home opener will be against New York Mcts, April 13. The game; had been originally scheduled for a p.m. EST start, Inil because It Is an opener the club had moved the starting limo to p.m. EST. SWITZERLAND CRUSHED PRAGUE (Renter) Czecho- slovakia heat 19-1 In the first game of the Group A world amateur hockey cham- pionships hero Friday. MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAl COST For Further Information Phone 327-7990 'Biilish Open, he said, snapped him hack to life. "My falher lived to sec me Ihe 32-year-old superstar from Columbus, Ohio, said Fri- day .ifter shooting a sccoml- loiinri 71 for a m that gave him a one-stroke lead over Paul flarney after 'M holes over the AucuMa National course. "hi my early years on the (our, I was successful. Maybe! things cnmc too easy. In j aivl I have lost Interest. couldn't get keyed up. "I was winning money but 1 wasn't enjoying it. I wasn't working on my game. I was playing sloppy. I had no desire at all to progress. "Then my fattier died In Feb- ruary 1970. 1 asked my.self. U'h-lt are we down here [or? What Is life all I began working harder. Then I won the British Open at St. Andrews. Everything suddenly changed "Now 1 enjoy Ihe game more than I ever did. T have more de- sire than ever to win." IfE'S THE TOPS This new-found desire phis a weight-reducing program that las turned Ihe blonde bomber Into a trim 155-pound athlete has projected Nicklaus to Ihe undisputed pinnacle of golf, the all-time leading money collec- tor, winner ot 11 major champi- onships and recognized hy many as the greatest player in his- tory. Nicklaus took tbe lead Friday while Arnold Palmer, Sam Sncad and Lee Trevino fell back. Snead, one stroke back of Nicklaus alter the [iret round blew a 1'i-foot putt on the ninth hole, proceeded to go one over par on in succession and look n 75 for M4. Palmer, darling of Masters galleries and B four-time winner wllo was only two strokes back at 70, lost his coo! after an unfa- vorable ruling on the ninth hole, went three over par on tbe yard 12th and also finished at for 115. Inslead of cunlciuters, Ihcy now are just part of Ihe pack as (he (ield of 47 enters the third round today over Ihe 6.930-yard. par-72 course. SUPER MEX JUST IN Trevino, winner of the U.S.. Canadian and British Opens in the space of four weeks last year, is hanging hy his finger- nails at cutoff point- after adding a 76 to a previous 7j. Gary Cowan of Kitchener, Ont., the U.S. amateur cham- pion and the only Canadian en lered here, missed the cut wilh a 153 total. He slumped to an 32 Friday. Back of Nicklaus and Harncy came Bert Vancey, with 141; Jim Jamieson, a young pro from Moline, 111., who has never won a tournament, I and defending champion Charles Coody, 73-70, and long- hitting Bobby Nichols, 72-71, tied at 143. Snead is In the M4 bracket with Argentina's Roberto do Vi- cenzo, Jerry Heard, Lanny Wadkins and Steve Mclnyk. Palmer Is ,il with Tom Wciskopf and Gob Mitchell. Book Your Vacation CAMPER dVTT IT C A tlTd I SULLY SAYS i -By Pat Sullivan Si A BIT o( everything Lew Burdelle, Atlanta Braves' pitching condi, on throwing liis famous spitball in batting pnictice, "I've slowed down so much, they're liiliiny the dry side Lynn Shackle- ford. a former UCLA forward, now a broadcaster for the I. os Angeles Lakers o[ the National Basketball Association, says Bob Lanier of tbe Detroit Pistons doesn't shine his size ?2 shoes he sends them lo a car wash Everyone is getting into tbe act after seeing Wilt Chamberlain's SI. 5 million house Richard Block, owner of the Pliocnix Suns of the NBA, was asketl by bis wile, after the couple bad paid Wilt a visit, why they didn't have a house like Wilt's, and Block simply replied, "I'm only an owner of. a team." It is traditional at the Detroit Olympia to show one of Detroit's finest products a new car be- tween tbe first and second periods The car is driven around the rink, and its features are des- cribed The presentation is usually met with yawns and the hacks of people beading for the con- cession stands On a recent evening, however, tilings changed as a scantly-clad model in a bikini was on the roof of the car The yawns ceased and the people stopped and turned around Appar- ently there was a drop in beer sales at the rink during the intermission due lo the model so now it's back to the old routine, minus the model They say you can't win them all A souvenir program given to everyone on the occasion of the retirement of Gordie Howe's sweater bad two drawings of No. 9 in action The greatest righthander of all time was shown handling the puck left-handed If you are wondering why there has been no story or interview with Bill Russell of the Boston Celtics, in southern Alberta for the Native Winter Games, your correspondent's efforts were lo no avail Inter- viewing the greatest basketball player o( all lima wasn't to be Jerry Shears, president of the Cana- dian Amateur Boxing Association, is here for Ihe Winter Games and is a real goodwill ambassador for the game According to Shears, Canadian boxers will take their best shot at Otympic medals this year in Montreal. Don Shula, Miami Dolphin's coach, after hearing the newly-signed Mike Kadish of Notre Dame express his pleasure with Ihe jMiaini weather, says he hopes I he rookie keeps that in mind when (wo-a-day work- outs begin in the summer I have to adinit that the performance John Davidson, goalie witli the Cal- gary Centennials, came up with this past Tuesday in Medicine Hal against the Tigers was the best I have ever seen Davidson, who played last season with tbe Lelhbridge Sugar Kings, was remarkable to say the least How about this? Dr. Robert Francoeur, professor of experimental embryology at 3''airleiph Dickson University, claims the biological indenUcal twin of anyone could soon be reproduced by a process called cloning "With a quarter- inch piece of skin you could produce Joe lie says. "You conkl run a toothpick in- side his check and get enough cells for a dozen or two of him" Can't you just imagine a couple or dozen Joe Namaths uncondilional release hy Chi- cago While Sox. Ciiilierin called (lie to submit llic dispute lo arbitration 'particularly offensive" to the owners, lie then suggested that be players open ttie season vhilc "the. parties, with the as- iislnncc of. such experts us may )c necessary, continue lo nego- ft in faith." He said "such experts" coukl be actuaries, adding: "We don't consider arbitra- ors to bo experts." "We offered that if they like, he arbitrator could be an ac- said Miller. "Since Ihey haven't bargained n good faith yet, there's no rea- son lo believe they would do so Miller said in rejecting hat offer. WANTS SECRET POLL Gaherin also suggested that be players be secretly polled again on a strike. He said lie "lias received communication from almost every major league club indicating that some, and probably the majority, of the Dlayers want to return to the "We believe the players gen- erally agree with us and that :hey would, if given the chance to express themselves privately, vote to honor their individual contracts and play hall." "We're prepared to call our board inlo replied Miller, "if the owners make some counter-proposal." Ile said, however, he has "talked to the player represent' atives constantly" since the strike began last Saturday, cur- tailing spring training, "and tho sentiment I get is lhat tbe play- ers are solid and getting angrier by the niiuute. "f believe that II the owners were polled again you'd find Ihe biggest split you ever saw." FOURTH DAY, NO DAT.L Meanwhile, today was the fourth day nf c'-'V Fon, and for the fourth day .1 -n also were no further meetings .scheduled Lo deal with lue strike. The dispute Is over the amount the owners ivill contrib- ute to the players' pension fund. The owners have offered an In- crease of on top of their annual contribution of fSA mil- lion, wilh tbe new money lo be earmarked for the health care part of the pension package- The players want a 17-per-ccnl cost-of-living increase In retire- ment benefits. Miller has suggested such an Increase could come by reallo- cating money from increased in- terest in the pension fund, gen- eral overfunding and a leftover surplus from payments to per- manently disabled players. Hie owners liavo rejected lhat pro- posal. "The said Gaherin, "Is whether the players are reason- ably entitled to a 17 per cent in- crease In pension benefits, or, for that matter, any Increase nt all." "The players' benefit plan Is easily the most generous benefit plan In America. It has many unique provisions, including a variable feature which was built into the plan lo protect the play- ers against changes in the cost of living. MIKE GEP.LA LESLIE KILLIXS JENNIFER MABEN Judicial inquiry continues Court refuses request WINNIPEG fCP> The pro- vtncial court a( appeal Friday rejected an attempt by Barry Krawchuk, lawyer for former members of Ihe Manitoba Box- ing and IVrcslling Commission, to halt a judicial inquiry inlo a conlroversial ho.xing card here Fob. 21. Krawchuk was ejected from .Judge Benjamin Hewak's one- man inquiry Thursday otter re- peated attempts to have the hearing postponed until a court made a ruling on anolhcr mat- ter involving his clients. His request for a court order compelling Judge Hcwak to ex- plain why he refused to post- pone the inquiry was rejected at Sjiej for your convenience and enjoymcnll ALSO AVAIIABIE FOR RENTAL PINTO MAVERICK TORINO CAU NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 16th Avenue and M.M. Drive S., Lethbridga 1234 Phone 328-8861 FORD RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM LETHBRIDGE MINOR BASEBALL RflgiitfoHoni of oil hoyi rcgardleit if you on o team in 1971 regiilor in Ihe week of April lOlh lo April 13th. 1972. RcniHraliom will bi taken or lh> Adami Ice Cenlro-Room 1 lo 9 p.m. and at Ins Lakgviaw ichoo] from to 9 p.m. Feci for Ihe 1972 progrum 01 follows: MINOR LEAGUE...... g 4 QQ LITTLE LEAGUE......., SR. LITTLE LEAGUE...... g QQ BIG LEAGUE............. muit bs pnrcj ol Ihs limo of registrations: MASS PRACTICES Will BE HEID APRIL 18 TO APRIL 21 WEATHER PERMITTING; Norcrcil will mail pradito at Senalor Buchanan, lokeview Little League will masi practice ol LaVcview School; Sr. Lillle league and Big league will be held at Allen School. Time (or man pianitcs will from p.m. 10 8 p.m. doily. a closed meeting with Manitoba Chief Justice Samuel Freed- man. The former hoxing commis- sion memhcrs arc Norm Coston, Don Rowand and Ray Dorey. The commission of inquiry, appointed hy Ihe provincial gov- ernment following the death of Stewart Gray ol Toronto alter he was knocked out by Cana- dian liglit-hcavyweight cham- pion Al Sparks of Winnipeg, heard testimony on the second day of hearings from Muharned All Kamerlc, 31, of Ilegina. Kamerlc, a native of Yugosla- via, M-as In a preliminary light on the four-lioul card. Canadian heavyweight cham- pion George Chuvalo of Toronto, K'afis Ahmat of Toronto. Jesse Fagsn and Sam Poke, both nf Delroit end ,Jim Christopher of 1 Delroit, vho later stated his life had been threatened IT he did not lose in the second round of his malch with Chuvalo, also fought in the preliminaries. Using an interpreter at times, Kameric told the hearing he was shocked with the pre-fight medical given the fighters and suggested that the doctor who conducted the examination would have been jailed if the in- cident hnd happened in Yugosla- via. boivle A bus left Lcthbridge at four this morning carrying 16 bowl- ers and three coaches. Tlie occupanls of the bus will represent Mnbridge in the Ca- nadian Youth Dowling Con- gress championships set to get under way Sunday in Suilbwy, Ont. A total of Ihree tennis and bantam s i n g 1 cs champion, Ilarvic Pocza. The locals earned the right to advance lo the national event by dominating the Al b c r t a championships held in Red Deer earlier in the year. I.ethhridge will be represent- ed by a team of bantam girls, bantam boys nnd junior gafs. June Taylor coaches the ban- lam girls' team which includes Jennifer iMaben, Cindy Pedrini, Lori Chaki, Bev Salmon and Sandra Hamilton. The. bantam boys' team sees Norm Tolley as coach with learn mcmhors including Mike Gcrla, Dill Todd nnd Rod Mal- Missing from the picture is Robin Slanton and Steve Kenwood. Sid Pollock will direct the junior gals learns of Chcrye Obernujyer, Nadine K o v a cs, Lori Smoed. Lori Pabnarchuk and Leslie Killins, Local howling officials are hopeful of at least one Cana- dian title as this year's team is considered to be one of the strongest ever sent. I.ORI PALMAnCIIUIC CINDY PEDRINI ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES HOCKEY SCOPES Cuj scti'ls 6 Springfield 3 Nova Scolla Ifffldl (ILarler.'InBl 7-0 Balrimore t Cleveland fl Eesf-of-seven quarler-ltnal lied 1-T Weilern Phoertlr I Denver 7 San Diego 3 Silf J Porlland J Seallle 3 Allan Cup Se-Jll Nflrk 7 Bnrrie i ifiih Columbia Ju City badmiuloii even I scl Lo go Kntries for (he City badmin- lon LournamcrH, set for Sunday st. tho Civic Centre, close Fri- day. 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