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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Jl THl lETHB'IPGF NE5V.D January Ckmcnlc (lend as plane crashes into ocean 'No one played the game any harder' Py Tin: Associ.vrrn wiui a tu.xl man lie Always Baseball riicu- abou: t.irios .ml uv I' ptyp.o .-Ho aiwlu the lavn of rnyaliy." C i e men'e's follow of whom pU'.nned 10 c a to fly io Rifo some tune tin? wtvk. of him as more ;hj; :-e t-iwppy -rittsw-Eh !rsi a heck of a Ailan-io Ocean :'-e burly Willie Siar- Rirai ccaM >.e Surcav. by the mar. of the enor'.s 'o in arc ihe scenced 37 iv.ourr.ed corru i, rerr.err.pevea said barely able to put the words together. "I don't think we as team-mates knew him :i5 well as we could h.ive, lut I ihink -ve kr.ew him boi- than some of ilie fan.-. He sii m uch more t ha A a ere.u player." Dick Williams, manager of Oakland A i hie ti c.-. said: -Kt-berro the balipl.iye- I have ever watched. He could do it all. "In >ear. Gonza'.o Msrquez. one of our young outfielders, to'.d me he was coins to co'oy Wii- 11.1111? added. "I laid him [hat if he ihe ballplayer was, he would rr.ake me very hao- was Phil Doi-sey, a Pitts- burgh postal worker who be- friended Clemente when he was a young man in a Eirange coimtiy. "You know, Roberto was al- ways doing things for people ihar noLwdy ever heard about." Dorsey said. "Bui he liked it that way. He said he didn't like ii when thine? were put in die A telephone interview with Dorsey ended when he broke down and cried LA.VDFD IN LETTER Trudy Labovitz wrote a let- ter to the Pittsburgh Post- Gazeite Ia5i in praise o: Clemome. Her letccr sp- 'r--C3red in Monday's edition. ?hortly before neus of tho tragic plsne crash. "In Mr. Cloinenie. we have sn example of not or.'y a rv.r. p. chnni- of human she wrote. "A man who acts upon Ills convictions for the good of all." Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kan- (rowiiz. friends of the Cle- menie family visited Clo- mentc's Puerto Rican home recently, but left because Ite so engrossed in the re- lief work. "He was puuing in H hours a said Mr. Kanlrowiiz. "As a matter of fact, when I brought him fuod to eat he wouldn't even eat ii." Manager Bill Virdon of Pittsburgh ?aid Mon- day there would be a def- inite void in baseball as the result of the death of the outfielder. "In my opinion, he will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame within five years." Vir- don said. Pirate general manager Joe Brown planned Mon- day to fly to Puerto Rico to console Cloraente's wife, Vora. and three young sons. "I'm really not thinking of I IK- ciub. I'm tiiinkmg oE Robeno and hi? family." said Broun, who stayed up all nieht awaiting of the crash. "Hp wa-; a worderful. won- derful It's R personal loss, a loss to baseball and i Joss io ail the world." Cincinnati Reds' pitch- er Xo'an recalled talk- ins with after a game in the National League last fall. "I: was the day after I pitched and he '.old me I struck him out In a great curve ball, Nolan said. "He said he'd be waiting on it the nexi lime." Nolan add- ed. "T Elites 'I'ore won't be a next ume. Simpson briUiunt in pole vault Canadian athletes led wav CLEMENTE DIES CN MERCY MISSION SASKATOON AD I- her '..r'i the v.w'd's "t'rna'e Fr.csy. she also se; 53 open America." mirk recenuy capliirec the conclude cayv oi for couir.ry AT. DO'.e f> f> ?on rr 9 B "B C1 .e iTrilllllfe lOlJ r. Southwest and shared recopiiuor. as ihe sthletes LI ihe meei. Versatile Johji ho Canucks, Fivers ig" were disgusting SHSSSi Kemmett r- ".e rre srd R r .he over '.he 'OO-T o" ;re Gf-i'ir? ih? 'na'f C-aii sccec 13. VANCOUVER 'C? A sea: wrupie-i hy couver policeniir- "--ho 2 dr'. Bitched hockey p-.ayer? are suppled years said z. t? one poir.ts cpemns garr.e of ihe slTiil-e-kr.cjci-Tnui Her rn a kaithevvan opor reco-d d.-y In :he n-.eires, named the LOD non inviia- ailileie. David Hill of Que a junior ?enjoi' cpmpe'iiioa. set his second open iur.ior record Friday, ihe senior metres in seconds ahead of ihe ir.g mark. Hill came v.i'ihin less than three sectrds o: the Canad'.an oper. mark. so: a hardfu1 P: pw.vo? Car.acian opei aro Fe-er se: a coup'.e ir. ban: am peiiiion. The dsy iree' I arhletes. ci then: age-class ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCO 1; '3 C ?2 NATIONAL LEAGUE East UHL LE4DEUS V-tiO'v.. Hcc'-T''-" ir, 3 riichi at Cr Hr1 ue not the it _ ard >-Vi >'ci frorr. -A'bjie here. ?e: a oper >ho: or former of Kaa" o' the i- a ;'ixx of 1 frc fere ard of tre iEin1...... stormed cu; of 'he broke out" the Phi1.- Rick o: ir. anger :r.c'.cer.'. bench. "A ir Cpl. PhilsdeiphJa p'syer holui'S seven :ee'. H'JT F Ir. ihe as "d 3 when a fan reached rr.oi: three other cir-' ofr'lcers the fence ar.d grabbed fall to Bullets en a: rre me-ed L" 'he Prulacelphia piaver's hair." by c: a seccr.d tc 'Jie ss ;'-.e he said. misses V-' ard Fy THE ASSOC1MED Philadelphia "A-. ail pardenir- A harc'u'. n- f-e -..v, --i- boards to erter Lre phis players left bench. Olympic ace Glenda Reiser :he EvVf" said he inaiiagei! to climbed firth in the ''ilwaukee de'erce ar.d de- meciey. a .-ho: ar.d o-ds :he HOCKEY SCORES VOS21Y Give your winter-weary car a treat drive in now for this NEW YEAR which includes ALL FOR ONLY CHANGE OIL CHANGE FILTER LUBRICATE CHASSIS WE INSPECT Radiator and heater hoses, power steering hoses, fan belt, air cleaner and exhaust system. WE CHECK- See one of our courteous service Andy Ponech Jim Tak WKEE1 ALIGNMENT SPECIAL! WE ALSO CHECK Steering Tie Rod End. Ball BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SERVICE DEPARTMENT 2nd AVE. and 8lh ST. S. PHONE 323-1101 Maintenance. f-'. :-.e DUCSS Ln :he or.'.y za-e. Ar.seies Rpcord ahoics 38 points Liverpool up by three --.T Trr.-ed inro a three-poin 'sad ai 'h-2 rop ci rhe Lesriie Division soccer table wi'Ji a 1-0 m-er ihe result nsrie Tnsck Darri Craig ?rd Msc- r.e'ic-d the orly :r. mir.ire -o-.i" v'J, points :rom -5 matcres Second-place --fas :o a scoreless ue LVJ r.ot p'ay ari or. 7 a ;n c of ;i> inn by Ri'-nnrei'-rim 7- 1 ni'Tcr Da-.-d j.-'ofi bsd put IK 1, f1 'i u 'i f rb.'irrpn >r, drr-'A- j'.nnp ir.'.n fifrh pl.nrr- 7. or- which j involved in their Cup An I'X'r.n-tin'iO by 1 'in t'iiiVL'rs o '.''2 'ir ('iii.'iinst Uoii-crhaniplon I uhich pul Lhe Umdon club in nr-r o: second 'o resolved ar.d Chelsea. Scottish O'Hare gave Derby an cichlh- lead before :.T Chf'lsca :n Lho T.ird L'MirD LOST f.r.OLND Hani it n-sshrti ;n a J 1 horni- f-nm bntinm. rrimiie? after .-i' first-minute Newcastle United knpl in ror.- t'T.iion a -1-1 Mftrry S-'-offiiMd T'nifefl, uhirh i.s ore nf I''o cilia's in tl'.o Ncu'.iri.sile novor Ifxikod back after John Tiidor scored against 1-1 s A'ay :o Nor-vich C.'.y wirh Tor.y To'.vers sconr.s City's or.d-hak' equalize; Graham en tho side :he lead. R'jrr.'.oy a LT. frf-cor.d Divi- j'or.. 2-2 h uhi'.c? Queer. 'A Pa-k ?-l 'i y Sheffield Werinexlay. Torry a-s.c earned off in tho IVh '.n'.h a torn Sovt-jkii charr.pinn UT.HM? aEriiiTi Kilmr-rrock was prsipor.ed be- causo r.f f'u. sruv lead at the top o: 'ho table narrowed to two poiiii-s iiy HibfTnian, which .1-2. fV.jic, champion the last yoars. one match in KarCiTs vi.iyed in third Hihor- wiLh a M UIH .igaiiist Ayr L'Bitcil I I CLEA WIPE TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES t SERVICE 401 111 South ;