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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ninowski paid not to sue AFL? CLEVELAND (AP) Jim Mnowski, a second-string quart- erback during most of his 12 easons in the National Football jeague, says he received a year for four years in secret salary settlement after hreatening to sue the Ameri- can football league. Ninowski was one of the final witnesses Friday before a fed- eral 'grand jury investigating lossible antitrust violations in he NFL. The jury is in holiday and is expected to hear HOOKS OVER ALCINDOR Dave Cowens (18) of Boston Celtics flips perfect hook shot over head of Bucks' Lew Alcindor Friday during National Basketball Association action at Milwaukee. Cowens' teammate John Havlicek, not shown, had attempted a field goal and Cowens picked up rebound before making the hooker. ___________ Wants to oivn Canucks club Uncle Ben buys shares VANCOUVER (CP) Prince George industrialist Ben Ginter said today he has started buy- ing shares in the National Hoc- SPECIAL--------- HEAVY DUTY CAMPER JACKS A FEW PAIRS LEFT TO CLEAR PAIR HUNT WELDiNG SERVICE LTD. 2005 2nd Ave. S. 327-5575 key League Vancouver Canucks and added he would like to take ownership of the club out of American hands. Ginter, known throughout Bri- tish Columbia as Uncle Ben be- cause of the brewery he oper- ates under that name, said in an interview he has bought more than 10 per cent of the recent public issue of common shares in Northw e s t Sports Enterprises Ltd., the company which owns1 the Can- ucks. But he admitted he has a long way to go before he has a real- istic hope of controlling the club, which entered the NHL this year. Northwest Sports Enterprises is controlled by Medical Invest- ment Corporation (Medicor) of Minneapolis, Mum. When the public issue of common shares was announced in Oc- tober, Medicor made clear it in- tended to maintain about 60-per- cent control of Northwest. So Ginter now owns about 10 per cent of the 40 per cent offer- ed to the public. He said he has bought units from the public offering. A unit consisting of one S100 convertible debenture and 15 common shares currently sells for 4 ply nylon STUDDED -WHITEWALL Factory installed tungsten studs BUY THEM ON YOUR GULF TRAVEL CARD 94 5.60 X IS 7.00 X 13 WHITEWALL S1UBDE9 94 94 cs runs in our family (Gulf) All PRICES QUOTED ARE SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICES. AVAILABLE AT MOST flULF STATIONS. GULF OIL CANADA LIMITED Comets, Rams triumph Saturday, Decomber 19, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ANDY CAPP Cougars dump Mohawks for first win of the year By LLOYD YAMAGISIII Herald Sports Writer The Catholic Central Cougars climbed out of the Southern Al- >erla "A" Boys Basketb a 11 jeague cellar as they complete- y out classed the visiting Medicine Hat Mohawks 84-34 last evening. Meanwhile the CCHS Flyers made a clean sweep for the host school trouncing the Medic i n e Hat Redskins 59-14 in the pre- liminary "B" Boys encounter. The Cougars registered their first win in four league starts with the one sided affair and left the Mohawks stranded at the bottom of the ladder without a victory. It was a convincing win For Reutzel indicted DALLAS, Tex. (AP) The Dallas County grand jury in- dicted professional football ilayer Lance Rentzel of Dallas Cowboys Friday on a charge of indecent exposure to a juvenile. District Attorney Henry Wade said Rentiers trial probably would be held in February. Rentzel, 27, a wide receiver for the National Football League team, was charged in November in connection with an alleged incident involving a 10- year-old girl in suburban Uni- versity Park. Rentzel, was placed on the Cowboys' inactive list at, his own request after the charge was filed. The football player appeared voluntarily at the University Park police station Nov. 20 and posted a appearance bond. 15-YEAR SIAXIMUM The maximum sentence for indecent exposure in Texas is 15 years on conviction. Rentzel has been with the Cowboys since 1967. He married television star Joey Heatherton April in New York. On Oct. 4, 1966, Rentzel pleaded guilty in St. Paul. Minn., to a formal complaint charging him with "making noise, disturbance and improper and with commit- ting "improper conduct to the disturbance of the citizens." The police report said several residents of the Highland Park neighborhood in St. Paul com- plained that Hentzel had ex- posed himself in the presence of small children on three different occasions. Rentzel was not sentenced in the St. Paul incident, but a mu- nicipal court judge ordered him to seek psychiatric care. in the heart of Calgary's downtown shopping and entertainment area. FREE PARKING FULLY LICENSED TV, radio, phone, heat control in each room. Free airport limousine Rales from S11.50 Double) Special Weekend Rates WWW' Doubts SUN. U per day RESERVATIONS PH. 262-1141, X 519 S AVE. S.W. CALGARY. from active football players when sessions resume in Janu- ary. Ninowski told reporters the antitrust suit was prepared be- cause the AFL in 19G5 offered him a job at a year for four years, then allegedly backed down after a truce was called in the bidding contest for pro players. The two leagues later merged. Attorney Jerry E. Dempsey said Ninowski, who was playing at the time behind Frank Ryan for Cleveland Browns, was con- tacted by the AFL in May of 1965. "They contacted him through Ollie Spencer, assistant coach at said Dempsey. "A week later, after the truce, they told him to forget it." PREPARED CASE Dempsey said lie prepared an antitrust case naming the AFL, NFL, all the individual clubs and NFL commissioner Pete fiozelle. He said "one of the top antitrust lawyers in the coun- try" helped prepare the action. "The day it was to be filed in said Dempsey, "Jim re- ceived a cheque for The lawyer said the settle- ment cheque signed by Art Mo- dell Browns' owner and then president of the NFL, in effect boosted Ninowski's pay for the previous two seasons with the Browns to a year. Ninowski was paid a year for 1967 and 1908 by Wash- ington Redskins, where he was backup quarterback behind Sonny Jurgensen, Dempsey said. Ninowski went to New _0rle- ans Saints in 1969 and said he retired this year because he "couldn't see going to New Or- leans and sitting on the bench. Ninowski says he doesn't know who paid the settlement that doubled his salary with the Redskins after lie was released on waivers by the Browns in 1967. Dempsey said a part of the settlement agreement was that he would not make public the agreement and would not han- dle similar cases for any other players. The attorney said he was disclosing the details at this time because the statute of limi- tations has run out on such claims. Minor puck In Pee Wee action last eve- ning the Tigers trimmed the Vikings 2-1 after a hard-fought affair. Darren Hamage and Rxxl ano- pcck each rammed in a goal apiece for (he Tigers as they gave the Vikings their first loss of the season. Duane Ptycia managed the lone goal for the Vikings with his first period marker. The Canadians picked up a close 3-2 victory over the Mar- lins and the Jets dumped the Black Hawks in two Bantam A league games last night. In the Canadians victory Sid Johnson, Cam MacLennan and Clarence Sirovyak each potted in a goal apiece while Leroy Pavan and Dennis Ludwig tal- lied for the Marlins. Dick Heyelhoff slapped in three markers while Dave Flio- koski picked up single! on in leading the Jets to victory. Ron Simmons averted the shutout with a second period goal. the Cougars as they controlled the game to their liking. At half time they maintained a solid 37-11 lead and increased the margin to 55-22 as the third quarter elapsed. Coach Dean Dahl took ad- vantage of the situation and al- lowed his second string some game experience as they tasted action in most of the second and all of the third stanza. Roger Rcilander was the top marksman for the Cougars as he pumped, in 19 points while John Dudas chipped in with 15. Dennis Hydychuk was also hot for the Cougars hooping 14 points and Nick Papp added 11 to the total. For the Mohawks Dwayne Greir hit the backboards for 14 points while teammate Len Shar- land racked up 11. In the "B" Boys contest the Redskins trailed the host club 42-10 and could manage only four points in the second half going down in defeat. Otto Plaustiner sunk 12 points paving the way for the Flyers while Jerry Kaupp was good for nine and Nelson Smallegs eight. Harry Hensole was tops for the Redskins as he netted six points. In other "A" Boys league ac- tion Friday night, the defending champion Raymond Comets and the up and coming LCI Rams seem to be heading for a big showdown. With their 68-51 victory over the Magrath Zeniths last eve- ning the Comets took over sole position of first place as they have yet to taste defeat in league action. On the other hand the Rams to date are the only club that has set the Comets back. Since their victory over the red and white from Raymond in their own tournament the Rams have taken the back seat to no one as they have captured two straight league games in con- vincing fashion. In last night's affair Gary Williams came on strong for the Cornels as he racked up points and was aided by Lloyd Fairbanks witJi 18. For the Zeniths Don Hamil- ton dunked 14 and Craig Leish- AN1 IF IT'S OF ANV INTEREST, I WAS PLAVIN1 FOR A QUIB AN11 WAS TWO FRAME'S UP IF IT'S OF INTEREST i' DINNER 'AS BEEfJ ON THE TABLE FOR TWENTY MINUTES; 1'U.FOPIT. BACK IN THE OVEN WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, DEC, 21 8.30 p.m. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER Vf MIGHTY URSUS SWEETAN and PELLER vi LUECK and BABIC KILER BUDDY AUSTIN VI GORDON IVEY plui 2 more exciting matchei Admission Box Office opens 7 p.m. Watch .STAMPEDE. WRESTLING. en. CJLH-TV man 12 in a losing cause. Jerry Nugent also had the eye last night as he hit for 20 points for a Ram victory. Rob Mossey chipped in with 16 points Doug Fox was the only Card- ston player to hit the double fi- gures as he registered 14 points to no avail. In B boys action the LCI Colts led by J. Dawson's 14 points sunk the Cardston Wildcats 43- 38. Deroy Wallburger tipped in 15 points for the Wildcats. The Magrath Eagles didn't al- low the Raymond High Schoo to leave with all the gloi-y as they stopped Mustangs 47-41. Bob Rice netted 20 points for the winners while Wallace Stone managed 18 in a losing cause. Bowling scorn GLENDALE BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS Sam Girardl 323 Sieve Meiel !81 (8271; Bert Meiei 336 Ken (Ing 346 Randy Wolstoncrott 308 John Rempel 260 Sieve Pedersen 283 Mike Tobo 314 Bob Costanzo 271 Bob iraun 301 (74U. 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The Vikings, who now have a 1-1 record, were paced by Garry GUlespie's 19 points and Wayne Stickel's 11. For the Lakers Brent Herget dunked 17 points and Desi Mc- Kee 16 in a losing effort. Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd 51. S. Phone 327-1418 want to make a change for the better7 There's a plan that can solve your money worries at university. And some other worries too. It's called the Regular Officer Training Plan. ROTP pays your tuition expenses while you earn your degree in Engineering. Sciences. Or Arts. ROTP solves your summer employment problems by paying you every summer between years. While you train to become an officer. ROTP guarantees you an interesting, well- paying career when you graduate. As a com- missioned officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Give some thought to ROTP. Contact your local Canadian Forces Recruiting and Selec- tion Unit at: 115 8th Ave. S. W. 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