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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tueidoy, 4, 1970 -------__ t'ace Aloiictles ier Will tr, (CT> Defen- sive OIK! Bill Whisler returns here tonight, via Toronto and Vancouver, play with British Columbia Lions against the learn that traded him less than a month ago. Whisler, a six-foot three, 2-10- pound all-star traded by Winni- peg Blue Bombers of the West. orn Football Conference to To- roato last month, has found his way hi the Lions after being cut by the Kasterr Conference Ar- gonauts. Lions head coach Jackie Par- ker, who arrived here with his charges Monday nigiit, says Wliisler. despite having only four workouts with the team, will be his starting defensive end in tonight's game. "I don't care what problems he had in Winnipeg and To- ronto." Parker said of the nine- year Canadian Fuorball League vt'feraa. ''He is a good defen- sive end and deserves to play in this league." The game, which matches two teams that took sound trounc- ings in their season openers last week, gets under way at 7 p.m. JIST, broadcast on the CTV western network. The Lions were crushed 42-9 by Saskatchewan Uoughriders in their first game, while the Bombers collapsed in the sen ond half and fell 34-10 to Cal- gary Stampeders, after leading 10-1 at half-time. The Bomber s' misfortunes against Calgary coincided with departure with a damaged knee of their all-star middle nchacker, Phil Minnick. CHANGES NECESSARY Minnick. injured on the fir play from scrimmage in th second half, will miss the B.C game. His absence has forcec Bomber coach Jim Spavital t do some line-up juggling. He is expected to insert eithe tight end Ed Breding, who is o the limp, or second-year mar Rob McLaren into Minnick spot. If Breding gets the cal Canadian Lance Fletcher, sb tained in a trade with Saska1 chewan, is expected to tak over tight end. Meanwhile in Montreal Coac Leo t'ahill ef Toronto Argonauts is counting on his star halfback Dave Kaimey, to came up wit "a couple of in to- night's Eastern Football Confer Catoni Blasts Two Home Runs In the two games played last night in the Commercial Men's Fastball League the fl.C.M.P. bombed the Marquis Hotel 11-1 while the II and K Generals look sole position of first place in the league with a 3-0 shutout over the second Bob Young of the R.C.M.P. aided by stroking out a double and two singles. For the Mar- quis Smokcy Home managed two singles. In the second game of the evening Dennis Allen allowed singles in four li'ips. For the Contractors, Zasadny poked out two singles In a los- ing cause. Action will resume tonight when the Contractors will faco the Marquis at while the M and K Generals will meet at tree NEW YORK (AP) The Na- tional Football League was back in business today with everyone happy about the settlement of the game's first strike and get- ling in shape for the start of pre-seasor. play. The most serious labor dis- pute in the history of American professional even unprecedented federal media- tion failed to Monday following a marathon 22-hour session involving execu- tives of all 26 clubs and the en- tire seven-man players' com- mittee. Quarterbacking Ihe action at Uie league's office was commis- sioner Pete Rozelle, who finally Stepped mil of his role as a sup- posedly neutral observer. He brought both sides together and kept them there until they reached agreement. The four-year, 319.1-million package involves a year in owners' contributions to the players' pension fund, Ihe amount the owners had offered at the start: of the dispute, plus R a year in disability, widow, maternity and dental owners' apparent compromise since their pre- vious offer. Thus the players arc getting S7.S million more through the life of this pact than they did under the old one when (he own- ers contributed S2.8 million year in pensions and benefits for an million four-vear total. Within minutes of the an- nouncement of the agreement, players began checking in at training camps, mindful of the heavy schedule they face to pre- pare for this weekend's opening I of the exhibition schedule. Twenty teams will be in ac- tion, all on Saturday. Regular- season play begins Sept. 20. Bibcauli Dies MONTREAL fCP) Paul Bi- heaiiH, 51. retired veteran pro hockey goallcmlcr and son-in- law of Frank Seiko Si-., died Sunday at the Sclta farm at Hi- gaud. Quo.. M miles of Montreal. fince game against the vamped Montreal Alouettes. Th coach Sarn Etcheverry, will start 14 newly-acquired players ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC teams. Eteheverry and general man- ager Red O'Qimui, who came to things en offence too." The game wi'l be broadcast "should be good for a couple of touchdowns against Montreal." Table Rife Red Brand Boneless Chsick or Cross Steer Beef Fruit Sis lad Prices effective until closing Saturday, Aug. 8, 1970 We reserve the right to limit quantities. Table Rite Young Pork, Rib and Butt End Ranch Style Smoked Picnics sr Pork Riblets, Table Rife, Lean and Meaty Roast Table Rite Young Pork, Boston Butt, Coffee Cretsmer Rice Krispies Top Table Salt MeCormick's Regency BISCUITS 1514 oz. pkg. Shampoo SiMMn Green' Garbage Bags Top Valu, 11-oz. jar Kelloggs 17-oz. pkg. Nabob 4-oz. pkg. Siffo, 2-lb. box BACK BACON Alberta Icing Sugar 2-lb. pkg. Beans and Pork HUNTS Catsup MONARCH ASS Cake Mixes PURITY Flour MONARCH ASSORTED POUCH PAK Lunch Meat Cheddar Cheese Cheese Slices Chip Dips Cheese Roll Margarine Sardines Varieties, 8 or. Kraft 16 oz. Kraft Parlcay, Colored 3-lb. pkg. TOP VALU iirstant Coffee Canada No. 1 B.C. French Fries Sara lea Chocolate 13-oz. H'sh Uncr Cotl Cucumber Chips ON COB 10 for ZEE DELUXE Tissue White or Colored 4 Roll Pack____ California Green Thompson GRAPES ;