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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 7, NHL players get injury concession Roundup of Tuesday's short sport CHICAGO Flayers in the National Hockes League incurring disabling in- juries will receive full salan considerations it was agreed at a meeting ot the league's owner-player coun- cil Representing the owners was Charles W MulcahvJr ot MARINERS GET HUGHES SAN DIEGO (API Veteran detenceman Brent Hughes has signed a three- sear contract with San Diego Mariners, a spokesman tor the World Hockey Association team said Tuesday Boston Bruins Representing the p I a v e r s was Alan Kagleson. executive director ol the NHL Players' Association agreed that in the event a player is permanently disabled and unable to play hockev due to an injury in- curred in a game or practice including team travel the club will pay a player's full salary tor the duration of the plajer's contract At the meeting, they also agreed that owners will make a one-time payment ot it a plaver suffers permanent and total disability trom an accidental cause whether oc- cupational or non- occupational while a player is under contract NHL players will co- operate with owners in the ot certain exhibition games scheduled this season with the World Hockey Association. per diem allowance will be increased to from to reflect increased cost of living Mulcahy and Eagleson said other matters were discussed, but were deferred to the next owner-player council meeting scheduled tor Aug 21 in To- ronto COMPLETE 1ST SEASON SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY (AP) Secretariat and Riva Ridge completed their first full season at stud "with remarkable Helen Tweedy said Tuesday. Mrs. Tweedy, owner of Meadow Stable under whose colors the thoroughbreds raced and earned more than million each, said Secretariat had 85 to 95 per cent of his mares in foal and Riva Ridge had between 80 and 85 per cent of his mares in foal Seth Han- cock owner of Claiborne Farm near Lexington, Ky where both stand at stud, said the norm in the breeding industry is 75 per cent TRAFFIC TO STOP MONTREAL (CP) Road events in the World Cycling Championships will stop traf- fic on a major section of the Trans-Canada Highway and some streets in suburban Town of Mount Royal, it was announced Tuesday. Quebec Provincial Police and Montreal Urban Community police spokesmen said the championships, scheduled Aug. close a 15 5- mile section of the Trans- Canada Highway on Aug 21, and the Town of Mount Royal streets during the final two days of the contests. ENTER HALL OF FAME SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y (AP) Five new Triple Crown winner Secretar- iat were inducted into thoroughbred racing's Hall of Fame in ceremonies Tuesday at the National Museum of Racing. Charles Whittingham was present to accept his plaque com- memorating his inclusion on the list of trainers installed in the Hall, as was Conn McCreary, latest on the jockey roster to receive the honor. WILLIAMS TAKES JOB PHILADELPHIA (AP) Pat Williams will return to Philadelphia 76ers as general manager of the National Basketball Association club, the team announced Tuesday. Williams had been the general manager of Atlanta Hawks of the NBA. but was released from the remaining two years of his Atlanta contract to take the Philadelphia job. DOLPHINS GO BACK MIAMI (AP) Miami Dol- phins veterans Nick Buoniconti and Norm Evans broke from the ranks of strik- ing National Football League players Tuesday and reported to the training camp of the defending Super Bowl cham- pions Their detection from the players' association boycott gave the Dolphins 26 veterans in camp while 24 re- mained out SETS WORLD MARK COPENHAGEN (AFP) Nina Stoljarova of the Soviet Union broke her own world record tor the 25-metre pistol shoot at the European shooting championships at Vingsted, Jutland, Tuesday PRICES EFFECTIVE to Saturday Closing, August We reserve the right to limit quantities GOLDEN RIPE mm BANANAS L B S NALLY'S BRAND 48 FL. OZ. JAR WHOLE DILLS BANQUET. POLSKIOGORKI, KOSHER POST CEREAL HONEYCOMBS 12oz. netwt. 79 69 0 0 FOUR STAR STEMS PIECES MUSHROOMS 10fl.oz.lins JUBILEE BRAND -12 OZ. TIN NET WT. LUNCHEON MEAT o CHRISTIE'S HONEY MAID 32 OZ. NET WT. GRAHAM WAFERS BONUS BRAND WHOLE 52 FL. OZ. TIN CANNED CHICKEN 57 1 0 FROZEN POOD FEATURES PURE FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE SOUTH 12ft. lift YORK BRAND _ RASPBERRIES 15 02. cirton FANCY QUALITY YORK BRAND FROZEN PEAS SNO-CREST FRENCH CUT GREEN BEANS 69 79 69 0 C ALL L-MART MEATS ARE GOVERNMENT INSPECTED AND 100% GUARANTEED TO SATISFY! r CAN ADA GRADE A BEEF vl erifltft CANMW GRADE A BEEF RUMP ROAST 1 1 38 MAPLE LEAF BRAND FBOZEN TRAY PACKED CUT UP m c STEWING FOWL 45 o PINECREST FROZEN TRAY PACKED PARTS DRUMSTICKS or THIGHS FRYING CHICKEN 1 09 89 GAPER'S or CAPITAL SUCED SIDE BACON 1 29 GAIKER'S SUPERIOR ASSORTED VARIETIES PARTY STICKS CHECK THESE ADDITIONAL L-MART VALUES! KRAFT CANADIAN 4 09 CHEESE SLICES 16oz. netwt. LOBLAWS POWER PLUS BLEACH 128II. oz. bottle 1 69 DUNCAN NINES P" ANGEL FOOD 73 MINT and REGULAR FLAVOR mm CREST TOOTHPASTE 129 0 0 MARLBORO I TOILET TISSUE 8 roll pack ;