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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta HE HbHALU 13 Nor crest champs Lakeside winners The Pirates won the Norcrest Little League crown Stacey Kent King and Rodney Tomita. this year. The winners left to Tim left to Roy Bruce Ken Fred Fromradas and Myron John Gordon Randy and Alan Pen- Siemens. left to Tom Brian nington. Lakeside Little League honors went to the Twins. Bruce Bogden and Jon McFadden. left to The new champs front left to Dea manager Brian Dale Calvin Neil Corrie Kevin Higa and Michael Hughes. Paul King and coach Jerry Court. Missing left to David Robert Doug were Greg Greg McCulley and Barry Wyntough. Pickets expected to start showing up today- Lakeside Minor kings The Larks will wear the Lakeside Minor League crown for 1974. The winners front left to Greg Trevor Willy Thompson and Larry Fedor. left to Darren Charles Geof Rodney Krokosh and John Gartke. left to assistant coach Greg Brent Norman Welch and coach Orest Filewych. Leonard Binning and Allan Glowach. Rookie line-ups not enough in CFL exhibition openers THE CANADIAN PRESS The coaches of two football teams discovered Tuesday night you can't send a boy on a man's errand. Edmonton Eskimos travell- ed to Vancouver with an all- rookie lineup and suffered a 12-18 mauling from the B.C. while Hamilton Tiger- Cats met a similar fate in where they lost 23- 17 to the Alouettes as the Canadian Football League ex- libition schedule began. The Eskimos' rookies were inable to contain the Lions' veterans who had an 18-0 lead the close of the first juarter.. The Ticats didn't use an all- rookie but coach Jerry Williams left more than 12 of his regulars at home as both teams did some lineup ex- perimenting. The Eskimos took only five veteran all bench- warmers last to the game. Edmonton coach Ray Jauch explained he didn't think his older players had had lime to get ready for the game following settlement late last week of a dispute between team owners and the Cana- dian Football League Players' Association. Slade Lou Dave Kaduhr and Brock Ayns- Mims put on waivers CALGARY Running back Jessie Mims was suspended and placed on waivers Monday for missing a practice with Calgary Stampeders. The Stampeders said the action against veteran of four incomplete seasons with the results not only from the incidents at practice but from a number of incidents off the field. Wham Willingham. one of the Western Football Conference club's most heralded left during the weekend after he did not appear in full football dress for a practice. The Stampeders said the club has had other disagreements with Willingham's approach to his work. Herb a backup contributor to the club both as an offensive and defensive announced during the weekend that he is retiring. The 30-year-old is a school teacher and only returned to the Stampeders last season when they ran into injuries. ley each caught touchdown passes for the Lions. Sonny Campbell added a touchdown on a three-yard run and Ivan MacMillan added field goals from 29 and 14 yards and he converted all five touchdowns. Willis added a 43-yard single. DENNY GETS TWO Karl Denny got both Edmonton touchdowns on runs of two and three yards. Hans Strokan added a field goal from 12 and both converts. Mitchell True had a 63-yard single for Edmonton. The Alouettes struck swiftly against the scoring a touchdown on their first play from scrimmage. They used sophomore Jimmy Jones and rookies Kel- ly Cochrane and Mike Logan at quarterback. Veteran quarterback Sonny Wade was restricted to the role of punter. Terry Evanshen and Larry caught touchdown passes for while John a newcomer from kicked three field goals to round out Alouettes' scoring. Tony Gabriel caught a 27- yard pass from quarterback Chuck Ealey and Harry Abofs charged across from the two yard line for Hamilton touch- downs. 'Ian Sunter kicked a fourth-quarter field goal and converted both Ticat touch- downs. In tonight's Saskatchewan Roughriders play in Toronto against the Argonauts and Ottawa Rough Riders take on the Ct in Not all players want to strike SAN DIEGO Despite the refusal of U.S. International of the San Diego Charger training to permit on- campus the striking Football League Players Association planned its first picketing today. And even as the striking with the slogan No pre- pared the picket a dis- cordant note was sounded by some association members. not going to come out smelling like mak- ing ridiculous demands for twice as much money with less work and no said centre Jim Langer of the world champion Miami Dolphins. He said 80 per cent of his team-mates want to play against the College All- Stars July 25 at Chicago. Fifty veteran players were scheduled to throw up a picket line just off the U.S. Inter- national University Campus at lla.m. EDT today in hopes of persuading rookies and free agents not to report. The Chargers were the first of three NFL teams scheduled to open training camps this week. An informal indicated that if not of the young players planned to report to the San Diego camp. Coach Tommy Prothro of the rookies we've approached say they'll come out. We have talked to all but a very Ed NFLPA ex- ecutive said the association would abide by the decision not to permit union pickets on campus. He said some rookies would not report but he declined to name them. plan to be just outside the school grounds until there is a settlement one way or the Garvey told a news conference Tuesday night. Jesse one of the Chargers' two first-round draftees and a quarterback said he would cross the picket line. don't think I should be going on strike for something I really don't belong Rookies are not eligible for NFLPA membership until they make a team and the Lacrosse The YMCA Bantams scored three goals in the second period and went on to defeat the Kinsmen Warlords in Bantam lacrosse action over the weekend. The YMCA got two goals from Brian Kanewischer and singles off the sticks of Blaine Pat Doyle and Rod Baldry. Robert Wood had a pair of counters for the Warlords while Mark Cameron and Ken Romanuk added one each. The YMCA Bantams will sec their next home action when they host Taber this FriHau regular season begins. Negotiations broke off last week between the NFLPA and the NFL management coun- which represents the 26 club owners. The strike became official at a.m. Monday. The NFLPA has a list of 63 from the original these include the so-called freedom Elimination of the reserve and option the waiver system and the rule which al- lows the NFL commissioner to order compensation for a team when an athlete plays out his option and signs with another team. They also want various disciplinary rules eased. Dolphin centre Langer blasted Garvey and the NFLPA leadership as far are over-the-hill players and aren't concerned with the needs of other There were these other developments on the strike owner Eugene Klein said there was a good chance the entire 1974 NFL season would be played without striking veterans. is shaping up as one of the great opportunities in the history of football for young players. Football will go on and on long after the present players are gone. The coaches are going to coach the best talent they can and we are going to provide the best brand of football we owner of Houston said cancella- tion of the exhibition considered very possible at this stage of the would result in club in the NFL winding up in the Halas of Chicago Bears said pro football players cannot be considered like other people'' despite what the striking players' association thinks. simple truth is that pro football players are not just like other said Halas. people are not given college scholarships that enable them to get foot- ball jobs that pay approx- imately annually in salary and benefits for six months of work. The union professes to want to overthrow the system so that they can get mnrp benefits and more of will make them even less like other Namath.-star quarter- back ol New York said he will honor the strike but won't picket. Minor soflball The Trimble-ette Astros downed the Snoopy All-Stars 12-7 Tuesday in a Lethbridge Minor Softball League game. 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