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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, August LETHBRIDQE Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Monday FIRST "500 claiming 2 year olds 6 furlongs Dominion Princess (Hendncks) 5 20 3 00 2 60 Data F.ntry (Ray) 3 30 2 70, Whistling Fred (Watson) 3 60 Time 1 17 1-5 Connies Prince Oily Oily Over Polar Lady MissLaTia BerniesBest also ran SECOND 600 claiming 3 year olds 6 furlongs Libation (Sorenson) 3 60 2 60 2 10 Dancing Dominion (Olhve) 3 10 2 30 King Chitty (Hendncks) 2 20 Time 1 15 Mermaid Blue Little Miss Holly Mr Time also ran DAILY DOUBLE- THIRD 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 1 16 miles Doolm Heart (Giesbrecht) 7 40 5 30 4 80 Swoon Doll (Inda) 5 80 4 80 Mr Whycone (Hendncks) 9 00 Time 1 51 4-5 Diddle Astro Prince Super Quill Gay Stitch Gogo Mack also ran QUINELLA Track Scratches Two PM Chino s Annie FOURTH 100 claiming 4 year olds and up one mile and three eighths Lustrous Sun (Norns) 1760 790 6 50 Sultan s Diary (Rasmussen) 7 10 5 60 Amt Mates (Hedge) 5 90 Time 227 1-5 Bum Money Divvy Up Mister Stor- my Burgundy Lass Amt Mates Berry T also ran Track Scratch Return To Dance Ed The Due FIFTH 000 claiming 3 year olds one mile and one-sixteenth Aremar (Hedge) 490 360 360 Klonosa (Whittle) 8 80 8 80 Quiet Sir (McCauley) 6 30 Time 1 51 2-5 Chanson Du Norde Ranee Jo Mister Mission Bold Balladier Shebas Echo Regal Spirit Free Aid also ran EXACTOR SIXTH 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Patapouf (Gold) 40 60 12 40 7 90 Kit Somers D Wiseman) 4 40 3 50 Patrnos (L Wiseman) 4 20 Time 1142-5 Bevond The Moon Donald Bar Sandys Splendour Cotton Future Hi Bill Big Plume also ran SEVENTH 200 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Lucky Levy (Whittle) 5 30 4 00 3 20 Hes A Cookie (Parsons) 680 390 Royal Rouser (Hedge) 2 20 Time 1 14 1 5 Star Trip Ballyclare Cyternity Gomes Pill s Hope Grey Knight also ran EIGHTH 000 allowance 2 year old fillies 6 furlongs Fleet Hare (Hedge) 10 40 4 90 3 70 Shen s Flame (Coombs) 4 50 3 30 Ebony Belle (Sorenson) 3 50 Time 11535 Blmkies Honey Shining Doll Morning Bell Miss Apache also ran NINTH 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 1 16 mile Boulindo (D Wiseman) 10 60 4 00 2 80 Pam s Delight (Olhve) 3 10 2 20 Whonnock Willie (Norns) 2 50 Time 1 51 1 5 Reverse Current El Halcon Solar Record also ran Track Scratches Perfect Host Rosie s Steel Bar Tree Tmga Whippet QUiNELLA ATTENDANCE BETTING Williams sidelined CHICAGO (AP) Veteran Chicago Cub outfielder Billy Williams was carried off the field on a stretcher after in- juring himself in the llth inning of Monday's baseball game against Los Angeles Dodgers Williams was hurt on the final out of the llth inning as he raced down the first base line after grounding to Steve Garvey He suffered a cut on the right ankle Later the Cubs said Williams has been placed on the 15-day disabled list A team spokesman said it took eight stitches to close the cut in Williams' ankle The Cubs recalled outfielder Peter LaCock from their Wichita farm team in the American Association to take his place Grounrfs out San Diego Padres' Darrel Thomas loses half of his bat and is out on an mfielder grounder Future remains bleak despite veterans return NEW YORK (AP) The National Football League Players' Association strike entered its 51st day today and the toughest negotiating appears to he ahead for the players and owners John Thompson executive director of the NFL Management Council, bargaining arm of the clubs, said Monday that the owners and the Players Association still have substantial dif- ferences "I wish I could say I was op- said Thompson, looking somewhat worn after the latest round of negotiations which ended Saturday with a new offer from the players which was immediately rejected by the owners Thompson said there are about 10 issues still separating the two sides but described them as the "toughest, gut is- sues, in the conflict One of the major areas of disagreement remains the length of the contract The players' last offer was for a short pact running only for the duration of the 1974 season and expiring Jan 31 The owners, would prefer a longer term We seek a long-term con- tract so that we can settle the game and return normalcy to said Thompson Frankly, we think the game can't stand another year like we ve been going through It has had a substantial impact on the economics of the game Thompson said the strike had cost the owners approximately in pre- season income Before negotiations began said Thompson, "our individual player contracts were up an average of 35 per cent because of the emergence of the World Football League That is an estimated million more than one year ago for regular season payrolls That money, going directly from the clubs to the players, makes it difficult to meet the union's collective demands The strike itself has reduced income and increased the money gap In another area, the players said they had dropped demands on the controversial Rozelle rule which permits Commissioner Pete Rozelle to set compensation for a club losing a player who plays out his option and moves to another team We do not consider their proposal a compromise or a concession said Thompson Ebony Hawks miss out The Taber Ebony Hawks failed to defend their Senior B Lacrosse title over the weekend when they suffered two heartbreaking losses at the hands of the Edmonton Fullers in the northern city The Hawks led 12-7 after two periods of the first game of the best-of-three provincial final Saturday, but were over- powered by a strong Ed- monton finish as the home team took a 1644 decision Then the Taber boys watch- ed as an Edmonton player scored a shorthanded goal 30 seconds into the second over- time period Sunday to give the Fullers an 11-10 triumph and a berth in the Canadian finals on the Labor Day weekend Jim Good led the Fuller at- tack Saturday with three goals while Len Fasek, John Antonello, and Jim Shelley added a pair each Eugene Yamada paced the Ebony Hawks with three goals with Gary Scoville, Ken Hammerstedt, Boyd Hunter and Roger McAdam each flashing the light twice Ken Boychuk, Art Bareham and Bruce Christiansen added singles Sunday, Boychuck led Taber with three goals with seven players scoring singles Meanwhile, running backs Larry Csonka and Jim Kuck, both headed for the World Football League next year, began their final season with Miami Dolphins by leading them to a 21-9 conquest of Minnesota Vikings in a National Football League exhibition game Monday night Fullback Csonka ran one and three yards for touchdowns to propel the Dolphins into a 14-0 halftime lead over the team Miami defeated 24-7 in last January's NFL championship game Running mate Kuck caught a 20-yard pass from quarterback Bob Gnese and took it 24 more yards to set-up a scoring bid that was killed when Csonka fumbled and Minnesota safety Paul Krause recovered it at the four yard line The two backs were rested in the second half with Csonka showing 61 yards in 11 carries and Kuck 25 in eight tries Swim club organizes The Lethbndge Synchroniz- ed Swim Club has reorganized for the fall season and will tram Tuesday and Thursday at the Stan Siwik Pool between 6 30 and 8 30 p m Beginners will work out for one hour with the ex- perienced swimmers hitting the water during the final hour The coaching staff will be headed by Mrs Ursula Kastmg and Mrs Penny O'Bnan and registration will take place September 10 at the pool at 6 30 and 7 30 respectively Registration will be on a first come, first serve basis For further information, in- terested girls may phone 327- 1020 or (after August 30) 327- 5953 Swimmer misses her mark TORONTO (CP) Angela Kondrak's bid to swim Lake Ontario ended Monday night in the emergency ward of the Hospital for Sick Children but the condition of the 14-year- old Toronto high school student was described early today as "good Hauled out of the water at 9 p m EOT 24 hours and 17 minutes after she tried to emu- late the feat Friday of Cindy Nicholas of Scarborough, Angela was asleep in the hospital by 9 30 p m Hilda Richardson, assistant director of nursing, said the swimmer had no injuries and was suffering only from exhaustion "The little girl needs she said Attending physicians refused to comment Angela had fame snatched from her grasp less than a mile- and a-half from her goal Swept off course by currents, she was just off Centre Island, some distance from the point Cindy came ashore at Ontario Place near the Canadian National Exhibition Grounds There were conflicting reports about who insisted Angela be taken from the water But it seemed that her parents made the decision As Angela drifted helplessly eastward in the relatively calm water, Reid said "The girl was totally disoriented I didn't want to order her out of the water, but I sure as heck didn't want to see her health permanently impaired Cincinnati's Morgan destroyed Philadelphia Marshall stayed around quite a while Tanner missed his guess, Red Sox were ready for it THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago manager Chuck Tanner gave Boston Red Sox his best 1-2 punch right off the bat Monday night, but Bill Lee and Diego Segui saw to it that not much punch at all came off the White Sox' bats Remembering back to May 31. when he had sluggers Dick Allen and Bill Melton batting in the 1-2 spots and they delivered consecutive third- inning homers, Tanner tried it again This time, they managed only a single apiece, and Allen ended Chicago's only real threat with a double-play grounder in the eighth inning as the Red Sox rolled to a 6-1 American League baseball victory Elsewhere, Milwaukee Brewers nipped Oakland A's 1-0, Minnesota Twins whipped New York Yankees 6-2 and California Angels blanked Detroit Tigers 1-0 Lee and Segui combined on a five-hitter Lee blanked the White Sox on three hits until the eighth when his arm stiffened and he needed help from Segui after Chicago scored its only run on a walk and singles by Pete Varney and Bucky Dent With the Red Sox ahead 3-1, Segui got Allen to hit into an inning-ending double play The Red Sox scored a run in the fourth off Jim Kaat on a double by Doug Griffin and a single by Bob Montgomery They added two more on sacrifice flies by Rico Petrocelli and rookie Jim Rice in the fifth Boston chased Kaat in a three-run eighth, which included a run-scoring double by Juan Bemquez, Carl Yastrzemski's run-scoring single and a bases loaded walk to Doug Griffin In the Oakland-Milwaukee game George Scott hit a sec- ond-inning homer and Billy Champion and Tom Murphy made it stand up with a six- hitter THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mike Marshall, who usually spends an inning or two mop- ping up victories for Los Angeles, stayed around for six on Monday and single- handedly mopped up Chicago Cubs as a pitcher, a hitter and, finally, a gambling base runner to give the Dodgers a 12-mning, 8-7 National League baseball victory Joe Morgan mopped up Philadelphia, period The pint- sized Cincinnati slugger crashed two home runs, a three-run blast in the second inning and a grand-slam in the third, as the Reds mangled the Phillies 15-2 In other league games, San Francisco Giants beat Pitts- burgh Pirates 5-3 Atlanta Braves belted St Louis Cardi- nals 11-6, Houston Astros edged New York Mets 2-1 in 11 innings and Montreal Expos defeated San Diego Padres 7- 4 What Marshall did off the mound was just as important as what he did on it as the Dodgers broke their six-game losing streak and remained games ahead of the Reds in the West Division He led off the 12th inning with a single and moved to second on a bunt Then Rick Auerbach hit a slow roller down the first base line Catcher Steve Swisher and pitcher Oscar Zamora both went for the ball While Swisher made the play at first, Marshall kept coming around from third base to cross the unguarded plate "I've never seen a play like that said Dodgers' manager Walter Alston "He's a hell of an athlete "He's a little man, but a big man when he manager Sparky Anderson said of Morgan "He's amazing He's the strongest little man I've been around Morgan's first homer gave Cincinnati a 5-0 lead, then he unloaded his first grand-slam- mer in nine-run third Winning pitcher Don Gullett and Dan Driessen had two-run hits in the thud inning Dave Concepcion also homered for the Reds while Mike Schmidt belted his 30th of the year for the Phillies Dave Kmgman hit a tie- breaking double in the ninth liner down the third base line which Pittsburgh Manager Danny Murtaugh in- sisted was scored on Ron Bryant's single iittyte Giants' victory over the Pirates Bryant 3-12, ended an eight- game losing streak with his first victory since May 31 REGULATIONS CHANGED FOR DISCHARGE OF FIREARMS Shooting Allowed with Permission Legislation now bans the discharge of firearms on occupied land without prior consent of the landowner or occupant The ruling is in a clause of Bill 30, the Wildlife Amendment Act, effective August 1st, regulating hunting and shooting in Alberta The act also specifies that no person may shoot along, across, or from a developed road allowance unless he is hunting game birds with a shotgun under the authority of a game bird licence This is in addition to shooting bans in effect on all highways in the province All future municipal district and country by-laws relating to firearm use will be subject to ministerial approval at the provincial level IN DON'T SHOOT... ASK FIRST Bill 30 The Wildlife Amendment Act 1974 Section 20, with amendments in bold face type, reads as follows 1 In this section, "Occupied lands" means (a) privately owned land under cultivation or enclosed by a fence of any kind and not exceeding one section m area upon which the owner or occupant actually resides, and (b) any other privately-owned land which is within one mile of the section referred to in clause (a) and which is owned or leased by the same owner or occupant 2 No person shall hunt any wildlife or discharge any firearm upon or over occupied lands or enter upon such lands for the purpose of doing so, without the consent of the owner or occupant thereof." Section 25, with amendments in boldface type, reads as follows 1 Except in the case of a boat propelled by muscular power, no person (a) shall have a loaded firearm in or on any kind of vehicles or boat, or (b) shall discharge a firearm from any kind of vehicle or boat, whether the vehicle or boat is moving or stationary 2 Any firearm having a live shell or cartridge in the breech or chamber shall be deemed to be loaded within the meaning of subsection (1) 3 No person shall hunt from an aircraft 4 No person, except the owner or occupant, shall (a) discharge a firearm, or (b) cause a projectile from a firearm to pass within 200 yards of any occupied building. (5.1) No person shall (a) discharge a firearm from, or (b) cause a projectile from a firearm to pass along or across a developed road allowance in any county or municipal district unless he is hunting game birds with a shotgun under authority of a game bird licence issued pursuant to this Act or the regulations. The Municipal Government Act is amended as to section 152 by renumbering the section as subsection (1) and by adding thereafter the following subsection 2. Upon the commencement of this section no council of a county or municipal district may pass a by-law under subsection (1) clause (d) without the consent of the Minister of Municipal Affairs and the Minister of Lands and Forests and any by-law passed thereunder by such council prior to the commencement of this subsection and which has not been rescinded prior to August shall cease to be valid on and after that date. LANDS AND FORESTS Thinking about tomorrow ...today ;