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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD Wednesday, August 28, 1974 Intercollegiate director concurs with reports Roundup of short sport OTTAWA (CP) Robert Pugh, executive director of the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union, said Tuesda> the CIAU concurs with many parts of a report issued last week by Toronto lawyer William McMurtry regarding violence in hockey 'The CIAU agrees with Mr McMurtry's recommen- dations that a game miscon- duct in addition to the tive- minute major, should be assessed to any hockev plaver who tights or uses his stick tor the purpose of spearing butt- ending or high Pugh said The CIAU has had this rule in ettect lor some years and in borne member associations an additional game suspension is tacked on to the game miscon- duct penalty. Pugh noted the initiation of the rule has almost complete- l> eliminated fighting in college hockey and has great- ly reduced the use of the stick as a weapon ANCASTER, Ont (CP) Merle Noyes ot Port Colborne, Ont. tired a one-over-par 71 Tuesdav to take the over-all ti- tle in the Canadian Seniors' dolt Association Tournament. Noyes wound up the 36-hole competition, which attracted 279 golfers, with a 147 total SWAPS STICK FOR ROD YARMOUTH, N.S. (CP) Former National Hockey League star Jean Behveau will try his skill at rod and reel Sept 2-7 as he par- ticipates on the Canadian team in the annual Inter- national Tuna Cup competi- tion in waters off this com- munity on Nova Scotia's south shore. Pitted against the Canadians will be teams representing West Germany, New Zealand, the British Caribbean, Scandinavia, Mex- ico, Italy, France, Monaco and the United States LAW RETIRES LONDON (Reuter) Denis Law, who played for Scotland in the World Cup soccer final this year, announced his retirement Monday. The 34- year-old Law was Europeaan footballer of the year in 1964 and represented Scotland on 55 occasions. NO OFFER MADE MILWAUKEE (AP) -Gen- eral manager Wayne Embry confirmed Tuesday that Mil- waukee Bucks have not offered Oscar Robertson a new contract, an omission which apparently makes the veteran a free agent. Embry said an agreement with the National Basketball Associa- tion Players' Association stipulates a player becomes a free agent if not offered a new contract by his team by Aug. 1 However, he said the club has been negotiating with Robertson's lawyer Robert- son, a 14-year veteran who holds NBA career records for most free throws and assists, has been contemplating retirement. ENGLAND WINS GLENEAGLES, Scotland (AP) Tony Jacklin led England to a decisive win Saturday in the Double Diamond international team golf tournament against teams representing Scotland, Ireland and Wales and an all- star international team 5th St. S. 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Sizes- 8-16 CHILD'S PANTS Suitable for little boys or girls with half elastic waist and zipper closure Pant has two front pockets, flare legs and is in colorful check or tweedy look patterns Sizes 4-6X SPECIAL VALUE LADIES' PANT SUIT SPECIALS For the going anywhere Choose from this great selec- tion of 2 pc pant suits of 100% polyester Featured are solids and checks, shirt- tops and jackets, all with matching pull-on pants Color range includes Black, Brown, Navy and Green in sizes 8 to 18 An outstanding group SPECIAL VALUE 18-88 LITTLE BOYS' LITTLE GIRLS' Sleeveless vest sets. Short jacket sets. Junior girls' long jacket sets. All with match- ing or contrasting pants. Acrylics, polyesters and cor- duroys. Sizes: 2 to 3X and 4 to 6X collectively. DELIGHTFUL PRINTED LOUNGER The breezy flowing lines of this one- size fits all Mumu makes it a delight to wear Choose from a wide assortment of colorful prints MEN'S "STANFIELD'S" T-SHIRTS 25% polyester, 75% cotton short sleeve crew neck T-shirt Sizes- S M.L.XL. Collectively in assorted colors and White. M.99 SETS Ill MEN'S ACRYLIC LONG SLEEVE PULLOVERS 100% acrylic 12-gauge pullovers. In a cho'ce of full turtleneck m solid shades or fashion point collar with a 4-button placket front in horizontal body stripes. Sizes S M L XL collectively. YOUR CHOICE '3.99 EACH CANADIAN MADE! BLUE DENIM JEANS Rugged hard-wearing 14 oz. blue denim jeans with front scoop pockets, double cont; ast sutch back, patch pockets and Western watch pockets, riser back, boot flares Sizes 30 to 36 M2.44 GIRLS' PULLOVER SWEATERS 100% acrylic 12-gauge rib short-sleeve pullover sweaters. Crew neck with 4- button front placket horizontal body stripe. Sizes- 7 to 14. Colors- Berry, Gold, and BOYS' T-SHIRTS Super Special Value. Boys' short sleeve T-shirts. Huge variety of cottons, ny- lons, terries, all in short sleeve styles in a big variety of shades and patterns. CHILD'S CORDUROY JACKET Colorful print corduroy jacket is ideal for little boys or girls Features self- collar, zipper front and attractive plaid patterns, with two slash pockets Sizes 3-6X H.99 GIRLS' POLYESTER PANTS 100% polyester waffle weave pull-on pant Wide elastic waistband, mock fly and flare leg In the latest Fall fashion colors of Navy, Red, Brown and Bur- gundy. Sizes 7 to 14 collectively GIRLS' BRIEFS fancy trim briefs in a wide assortment of colors and White Sizes 8 to 14 MEN'S PLAID JACKETS AND JAC SHIRTS Fully rayon-lined jackets styled with self-collar and button front m assorted shades. Unlmed jac shirts, front and back Western yoke, snap button front Assorted shades Sizes- S.M L.XL. col- lectively Regular '13.88 LADIES' 100% ACRYLIC SWEATERS At a very spocial price Rib waist and cuff and round neck styling available in a complete range of Fall and pastel tones Sizes: S.M.L. Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Tuesday FIRST allowance 2 year olds 6 furlongs Glad To Be (Hedge) 3 60 2 50 2 20, Gallant Tinda (Coombs) 3 90 2 30 Sea Jay (Phelan) 2 10 Time. 1 12 1-5 Ebony Belle also ran Track Scratch Four Star Laddie Four holes to decide champion? LONDON, Ont (CP) If Jim Windsor's prediction holds true, four holes will decide the Canadian junior golf championship Windsor, golf professional at Sunningdale Golf and Country Club, site of the tour- nament which begins today, says the 10th through the 14th holes on the club's west par 72, 6.742 yard layout will make or break approximately 180 golfers who are trying for the championship A field of 144 juniors four of them from the United States and 36 juveniles, 16 years and under, will take part in the 72 hole tourna- ment which ends Saturday The juveniles will also be competing tor their own championship Today and Thursday, four golfers from each province will take part in mterprovm- cial team play with their scores also standing for the in- dividual championship The provincial teams will use their best three scores to determine the inter provincial title Windsor says players who shoot par on Nos 10 through 14 will be the ones with a chance at the championship But with the wind playing its tucks on that part of the course, he said, "it won't be easy The par four, 369 yard 10th has a heavily trapped green, with the par-three 200 yard llth demanding an ac- curate shot from an elevated tee to an elevated green The par four, 410 yard 12th hole is the one most affected bv the prevailing winds, Windsor says, and the par four, 407 yard 13th has a long, narrow fairway challenging the golfers into a straight shot off the tee NO EARLY FAVORITE Bill Winter, a Sunningdale official, says there appears to be no early favorite m the tournament Robbie Jackson of Royal Montreal, who won the junior crown last year and in 1972, is too old this year to compete in the under -18 year old tour- nament Jackson took last year's ti- tle at the Fredencton Golf Club with a 72 hole total of 293 after winning the cham- pionship the year before at Le club Laval Sur le Lac with a four round total of 287 SECOND 700, claiming 4 year olds and up 1Ve miles Dan's Artist (Giesbrecht) 10 30 5 30 3 30 Roydel G (Barroby) 5 40 3 70 Frosted Gold (Coombs) 6 40 Time 1 47 2-5 Little Albert J Sharp Reply Over School Soon Enuff Double Nat Angie Sue, Glen s Melodee also ran DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD 51 800, claiming 3 year olds 1 1- 16 miles Senator Sam (Watson) 25 30 11 50 8 50 Bold Balladier (McCauley) 59 40 18 70. Cleo Knows (Barroby) 8 90 Time 1 47 4-5 Mister Mission Sea Santa Klonosa. Touch Of Frost Free Aid, Raneejo, Tiffany Star also ran QUINELLA: FOURTH 800, claiming 4 year olds and up 1 1-16 miles Parkland Prince (Rasmussen) 3220 1110 850 Skinny Dipper (Hedge) 510 4 50 Doolm Heart (Giesbrecht) 5 40 Time 1 46 4-5 Gallant Tharley Reverse Current Tinga Whippet Perfect Host LEspair El Halcon Bar Tree also ran FIFTH 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs 203 10 2 50 Day Will Come (Hedge) 4 70 2 40 Careless Sun (Ollive) 2 60 Time 1114-5 Some Hand Shinning Sugar Marcy Me also ran EXACTOR- 60. SIXTH 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 1 3-8 miles Rusty Rouser (Phelan) 7 50 4 60 2 60 Prince Of Northlands (Shields) 4 80 2 70 Keen Bid (Hedge) 2 60 Time 2 20 4-5 Lord Lately Hylo Ruler Kool Turk Stumlig Cub also ran SEVENTH 52 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Already Fair Eye (Coombs) 6 80 4 20 310 Pepper Torch (Phelan) 580 400 Water Wagon (Hedge) 4 40 Time 1 11 Free To Tavel Callim Nesh Prince Go Rural Summer Red Power also ran EIGHTH S1 600 2 year olds and up 6 furlonas Air Strike (Head) 6 40 3 80 3 60 Northern Skipper (Watson) 1090 6 20 Len s Birthday (Coombs) 17 80 Time 1114-5 Racenfic Mister Bewitched Terraro Prairie Hill Hope You Hurry Overzealous Oestmys Favor also ran QUINELLA. Jimmies win league playoffs CALGARY (CP) Ron Peterson struck out 13 batters and pitched a four hitter Tues- day night to give Calgary Jim- mies a 6-0 victory over Ed- monton Tigers and the Alberta Major Baseball League championship The Jimmies won the best- of-five playoff final 3-1 Losing pitcher Doug Homme gave up a run in the second inning and solo home runs to John Self and Cy Frank in the fourth inning before being relieved by Dick Hazell in the fifth and Dave Dumbeck in the eighth Besides his home run. Self also had a triple Rick Johnson also had two hits for Calgary, including a triple The Jimmies had a total of 10 hits A kiss for Chris Tennis' sweethearts, Jim Connors and Chris Evert exchange loving glances, and a little kiss. ;