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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta fj THE UrrilBRIDGI HERALD Tuesday, December 1, 1970 Relievers Willielm, Drciboivsky on the move again els, Senators set early pace DINNER GUEST-Malcolm Jones, president of the Canadian Rodeo Cowboy Association, today was named a head table guest for the IDS Father and Son Ath- letic Awards Dinner. The rugged world of profes- sional rodeo will be represent- ed this year at the LDS Father and Son Athletic Awards Ban- quet. It was announced today that Malcolm Jones will be at the head table when dinner is serv- ed Jan. 23, 1971 at the Leth- bridge Comrcunity College. Jones joins master of cere- monies Hon Watmough, Leth- bridge sportsman Doug Clark and R.on Brand of the Montreal Expos of the National Baseball League. Four times Jones, born In Letlibridgc, lias been the top bareback rider in Canada. He is presently the president of the Canadian Rodeo Cowboy As- sociation and is one of the fin- est bareback riders competing today. Jones also competes in steer wrestling and saddle bronc events. He finished third In the world m his favorite event in 1965. That year he won and was the first Canadian to go to the national finals in that event. Jones makes his home on a ranch near Vauxhall when not attending rodeos or to his du- ties as president. For the past two years he has finished sec- ond in the Canadian bareback event, losing the title this year by a mere Tickets for the dinner are on sale at Doug's and Thriftway Drugs in Lethbridge. Only 600, at each, will be sold. rge DALLAS (AP) Lance Ren- tzel of Dallas Cowboys, charged with indecent exposure involv- ing a 10-year-old girl, was on the inactive list at his own re- quest today while he settled his personal affairs. The 27-year-old star wide re- ceiver of the National Football League team will be unavaila- ble to the Cowboys for a mini- mum of two games. "He will work out with the team as time said Cowboy president Tex Schramm. District Attorney Henry Wade told the Associated Press it will be at least 10 days before the grand jury gets the case. The felony charge carries a maxi- mum penalty of 15 years in prison. Telephone calls lit up the j thoroughly''' beforrT'taidii switchboard of the Cowboy off- action. ices after word was released j 'o'Quinn has been quoted in Monday that Rentzel, the hus- j aQ Ottawa newspaper as admit- band of television star Joey j tjng he took jloses Benson off Heatherton, had been charged with exposing himself before the Considering damage suit OTTAWA (CP) David! Loeb, owner of Ottawa Rough Riders, said Monday he is consi- dering a siu't for damages against general manager Red O'Quinn of Montreal Alouettes. Locb said in an interview that he wants lo "investigate more any ting the Ottawa negotiation list and placed him on Montreal's while he still was general manager of lead The offence report was filed Riders. Nov. 19 in suburban University Denson helped to Park. Rentzel posted a SU500 j ouettes from last place in the appearance bond Nov. 23. j Eastern Football Conference in Rentzcl, who holds the Dallas 113G9 to a Grey Cup win this Cowboy single game record of .13 catches for i'J3 yards, made 110 immediate comment on the Dressed ra.snally and appar- ently al ease. Rentzcl arrived at the 'Dallas County Sheriff's off- ice shortly after 9 p.m. and was fingerprinted and photographed while his lawyers posted a bond set by justice of the peace Robert Cole. It all took about 20 minutes. Eddie JIacCabe ot the Ottawa Journal in a sports page story Monday quoted sources close lo Loeb as saying' the owner would I take his case to court and "no- j body will talk him out of it and j nothing will stop him." The sources were quoted as j saying that Loeb was not seek- j ing money but was taking court j action "on the principle of the i thing." Fly with December 6, 1970 5 fffjys of luxuiy Jet Air fore Accommodation _ All Wools Beverages and Cccktail Shows All inclusivo for only wQ from Calgary OPEN RETURN TICKET SUN-FUN HOLIDAYS CAIGARY PHONE LOS ANGELES (API-Cali- fornia Angels and Washington Senators, baseball's most ac- tive wheeler-dealers since the end of the 1970 season, have set the early pace at the win- ter meetings. The Angels made another threc-for-threo trade and the Senators acquired another con- troversial player. The Angels, who had obtain- ed slugger Tony Conigliaro from Boston Red Sox in a six- player trade during the World Series, dealt for defence Mon- day and landed veteran out- fielder Ken Berry from Chi- cago White Sox in a three-for- three swap. Ted Williams' Senators, who have taken on Denny McLain and Curt Flood in the last two months, rescued third baseman Joe Foy from minor league exile during the draft session that kicked off the annual con- clave. Relief pitcher Hoyt Willielm, 47-year-old elder statesman of the rcajor leagues, returned to Atlanta Braves after a brief fling with Chicago Cubs and Moe Drabowsky, another vet- eran reliever, departed the world champion Baltimore Ori- oles for the second lime within two years in oilier early trade developments. With Conigliaro and Ameri- can League batting king Alex Johnson set in the California outfield, Angels' general man- ager Dick Walsh went shopping for n standout centrefielder. After failing to lure Paul Blair from Baltimore or Mickey Stanley from Detroit Tigers, he came up with Berry, an excep- tional glove man whose .276 batting average last season was a six-year career high. The White Sox also sent In- o 1 1 i4niTi nil! Two games were played In the City Recreation Hockey League last evening with the Labor Club dropning Purity Bottling 1A in the first encoun- ter while in the second con- test, St. Basil's dumped the M and K Generals 8-5. After two periods of play in ;he Bottlers-Club contest, the Labour Club held a 4-3 lead with Randy Maxwell scoring at ;he mark of that period. Going into the third period, Don Dietzen popped in his sec- ond goal of the night getting his first at the three-minute' mark of the first period. The Labor Club quickly re- plied with Stan Maxwell blink- ing the light 33 seconds later and was followed by Al Rown- tree and Don Bruchet giving them a three-goal lead. Howntree had banged 1 n another marker earlier in the first period. Other goals scored for the Labour Club were Lome Gray with two and Randy Maxwell with a singleton. For the Bottlers, Vic Paly- chuk and Richard Dietzen tallied a goal apiece in the second period. In the second encounter, the Generals held a 3-1 lead after the first period and a 4-3 after the second but St. Basil's ex- ploded in the third notching five unanswered third-period goals. Jerry Heck and Brian Mur- kin both had a fine night for the Saints each getting a hat- trick while Dick Cusson and Doug Harrold chipped in with a goal apiece. For the Generals, Wes Wiebe banged in three markers while Al Willis and Al Ferchuk each contributed a goal apiece in a losing cause. fielder Syd O'Brien and er Billy Wynne to the Angels, r e c c i v ing centrefielder Jay Jolinstone, pitcher Tom Brad- Icy and catcher Tom Egan in exchange. Washington picked up Foy from Tidewater of the Interna- tional League for the draft price in one of the least active selection sessions ever. A year ago, Foy, a 27-year- old speedster, was acquired by New York Mete to bolster their defence of the 1969 world championship. But Foy batted just .236, had troubles in the field and fell out of favor with manager Gil Hodges. "A year ago he was worth two said Senators' vice-president Joseph Burke. "We don't believe I've could have depreciated that much in one year." Only eight players were drafted by major league clubs, compared with 19 selected last December at Miami. FACES CHARGE A fel- ony charge of indecent ex- posure was filed Monday against Lance Rentzel of (ho Dallas Cowboys of the Na- tional Football League. See Story this page. 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