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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE July 4.1974 Travelling to Europe for Book early Bpok now with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mull Phone 328-1201 Picket line forms Alan right and Ed Garvey carry picket signs 'Hold that line' means honor pickets SAN DIEGO that took on an entirely new meaning Wednes- day when more than 40 members of the players' association manned the National Football League's first picket line. 53 rookies and free agents were expected to report today to the San Diego Chargers' indicating that the line was wavering. The who camped outside the Chargers' training site at International University were looking for while on 53 athletes were looking for jobs. players' association has a legitimate gripe in what they're fighting for in the said free agent Bruce Caraway it won't help me unless I make the The NFLPA hoped to be able to explain its point of view to the team newcomers today. The Chargers said that Wednesday's tur- nout included all 16 draft choices and 37 free agents invited to their pre-season the first to open in the NFL. In a second member of the world champion Dolphins said many members of the team want to play in the college all- star game at Chicago. Tight end Jim who recently signed a three-year said he will show up at camp when regulars from the Dolphins are to begin practice for the and that he might even quit the players' union. Centre Jim who termed the NFLPA demands as said 80 per cent of the Dolphins want to play in the game July 26 because participation means a man. The NFL Management Council filed three charges Wednesday with the National Labor Relations citing un- fair labor practices against the players and accusing them of coercing rookies not to report to camp. The strike against the 26 NFL clubs was called Monday after negotiations had broken down. The players had called for the incorpora- tion of 63 demands into a new including the freedom proposals elimination of the reserve and option clauses and the so-called Rozelle which calls for compensation by the team picking up an athlete who has played out his option. None of these 63 issues was resolved. Three Nordiques named to squad QUEBEC Three members of Quebec Nordi- ques were named Wednesday to the World Hockey Association's Team Canada '74 that will meet the Soviet Union in an eight-game ex- hibition series in Canada and Russia later this year. Selected from Les Nordi- ques were veteran defenceman J. C. along with forwards Rejean Houle and Serge Bernier. The Murray Bullock receives Grand Salesmaster Award for 1973 Pictured above at right Is Murray Bullock receiving the Grand Salesmasters award from Beny's General Sales Manager Gerry Wagen- voort at left. In the centre Is General Manager G. W. Steen. This award Is presented yearly Tor exceptional sMes achievement. Murray Is well on his way to receiving this award again for 1974. He has been named of the for June. His advice to you Is to Deal with Beny you'll Beny-lit BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2 and ath Street South 328-1101 three will join the Gordie and sons Mark and Houston left winger Bobby Hull from Winnipeg and goal tender Gerry Cheevers from Cleveland Crusaders on the elite squad. The four-game Canadian leg of the series begins in Quebec City Sept. shifts to Toronto two days then moves to Western Canada for games at Winnipeg and Vancouver Sept. 21 and 23 respectively. The team leaves Canada Sept. 25 for for an exhibition game and training camp before playing four games in Moscow Oct 1- 3-5-6. Lou Lefaivre of the federal government's Sports Canada organization and Derek executive-secretary of Hockey were here to announce further details of the series Wednesday. They said that for the game in Quebec Sept. per cent of the tickets for the game will be allotted to season ticketholders of Les Nordiques and 10 per cent to the press and CAHA Amateur Hockey Tickets for the other 45 per cent of the places in the seat Quebec will be riietrihntori thrmitfh a lottery The Herald Sports LETHBRIDBE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower 7th Shopping Mill AlPfrU Prwm 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Exciting football highlights exhibitions Keeling need no practice THE CANADIAN PRESS Perhaps Ron Lancaster and Jerry Keeling have been play- ing quarterback in the Cana- dian Football League for so long they don't need to prac- tice. A player strike kept the vet- erans from working out with their teams until last weekend but they were key figures in Wednesday night's exhibition games. Lancaster engineered all three Saskatchewan touch- including two in the fourth as the Rough- riders tied the Argonauts 25-25 at Toronto. Keeling passed to Hugh Old- ham and Jim Foley for touch- downs that helped Ottawa Rough Riders down Calgary Stampeders 29-20. Lancaster played the first but was relieved in the second by Van Brownson for a couple of series and then until near the end of the third quarter by Randy Mattingly. Neither replacement was able to get the Riders moving. George Reed scored the first Saskatchewan touchdown in the first quarter on a one- yard run after Lancaster hit Bobby Thompson on a post splitting the Argos' secondary. with Saskatchewan losing 25-11 in the fourth Lancaster got the Riders moving again. After the Argo'j lost a Lancaster marched the Riders to the Toronto 13- yard line and then hit Steve who dodged three with a touchdown pass. There were less than three minutes to play when Lan- caster tossed an 11-yard touchdown pass to Ted Cam- completing a drive that went 83 yards in six plays. Ralph Galloway converted all three touchdowns and kick- ed a field goal and a single for Saskatchewan. The who tried Sonny Mike Rae and Buddy Carter at got touchdowns on the ground from Ed Doyle Orange and Cleo House. Zenon Andrusyshyn kicked all three a single and a field goal. Keeling and Oldham con- nected on a 67-yard pass play for the decisive touchdown in the fourth quarter of the Ot- tawa-Calgary wiping out a 20-18 Calgary lead. Jerry Organ added in- Miners host MIR tonight The Lethbridge after a layoff of over a will be in action again tonight when they host MIR for a pair of Calgary Major Men's Fast- ball League games at Dave Elton Park. The who sport an 8- 4 season will be getting their first look at the MIR team. Game times are set for p.m. and 9 p.m. tonight. the two local baseball clubs are on the road tonight. The Lethbridge Lakers will try to get back on the winning track when they meet the league leading Calgary Jim- mies in an Alberta Major Baseball League contest in Calgary. And the Lethbridge Junior Miners will be in Vauxhall tonight for a Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League game against the Jets. MAJOR MEN'S STANDINGS W L TPtt Cowley and Keith........10 3 121 Burns Shamrocks.......10 4 1 21 Tape Deck................. 8 2 2 18 Lethbridge Mlrms....... 9 4 0 18 Kramer-Mazda............ 7 5 1 15 M.l.fi......................... 5 3 2 12 Stereo Hut................. 4 5 2 10 Mustangs................... 3 10 1 7 Scotty's Furniture........ 3 11 0 6 BATTING LEADERS AB H AVQE. Craig 31 17 .548 Morley 34 15 .441 13 .394 Heltrlck 45 17 .378 Mychasulk 39 14 .359 26 9 .346 Morris 38 13 .342 Astolnok 39 13 .333 45 15 .333 16 .327 31 10 .323 Smith 8 .320 Jennings 9 .310 Murrav ISFl.............. 33 10 .303 surance points for the converting Oldham's touchdown and kicking a single and a field goal late in the game. He had another field goal and single earlier in the game. Dick Adams also kicked a single for the Riders. Oldham accounted for the other Ottawa touchdown as well on a pass from Rick another returning quarterback. Calgary touchdowns were scored by Gene Tom Forzani and Gerry Shaw. Justin who missed a 4 BE SINGLE AGAIN ON PAY IAYS JUST GlVlN1 ME MOTHER A LITTLE SIT RJR MY KEEP JUS7ASK WHAJIT DON'T ASK WHAT MARRIAGE CAN DO FOR YOU Alouettes suspend running back has problems vital field-goal attempt in the final converted two touchdowns for the Stampeders. Montreal Alouettes visit Winnipeg Blue Bombers for tonight's only exhibition game. Canucks claim win Puerto Rico Canada overwhelmed Australia 80- 69 Wednesday night in the opening game of the quali- fying round of the seventh world basketball cham- pionships. The Canadians led 40-36 at the half. Both teams played erratically but Canada used its greater height to advantage in dominating the backboards. James Russell paced the Canadian offence with 14 points while team-mates Alexander Devlin and Lars Hansen each added 12. Eddie Palukinskas took scoring honors for Australia with 16. Rocky Crosswhite added 15 for the losers. The Canadian players ap- parently were slowed by the intense Puerto Rican summer heat. MONTREAL Runn- ing back John Harvey has been suspended by Montreal Alouettes for the second time in three days the Eastern Football Conference club an- nounced Wednesday night. Coach Marv Levy said just before the team boarded a flight for Winnipeg where they play the Blue Bombers in an exhibition match tonight that going to take more than just his asking me to play again to get him off the suspended Levy said he suspended Har- vey after he told Levy late in the afternoon that he did not plan to make the trip out west with the team. didn't say why and I don't ask Levy I told him that it would take a lot more than just com- ing back and asking to play for me to lift the Harvey later told reporters he left because of pressures and things on his mind. don't feel I'm ready. I got a lot of things on my mind. There are a lot of pressures. My back I ache all over. If I got out there and play like I feel right now I might get hurt and the money just isn't Harvey has already signed with Memphis Southmen of the World Football League for the 1975 season and has asked the Alouettes to release him from the option year which he has left in his contract with the club. Harvey was suspended Mon- day for missing practices and a team meeting but was later reinstated after agreeing to play out his option year. Earlier in the the club cut three rookie Americans from their roster and suspend- ed defensive halfback Ron Perowne. The club cut running backs David Fernandez of along with Tom Wigg from Wash. Defen- sive end Lou Holman of Mes- was also lopped from the roster. The Alouettes left with 54 players for their Winnipeg trip. Lineman Dan Yoachum and tight end Peter Dalla along with Perowne and Harvey were the only regulars from last year's club not included for the trip. Perowne was suspended Wednesday by general man- ager-coach Marv Levy for his failure to appear for Tuesday night's exhibition game here against the Hamilton Tiger- Cats. The Als won the game 23-17. Softball A lot of young Lethbridge gals will be having a tough time getting to sleep at night until this weekend is over. The Lethbridge Minor Soft- ball League for girls will stage its first playoffs beginning Thursday night and winding up over the weekend. Five Squirt four Pee Wee and two Bantam units will be going after the hardware in three separate double-knockout tournaments. Four preliminary games will go Thursday night at various parks around the with the bulk of the games set for Dave Elton Park Saturday and Sunday. Fifteen games will be run off in the three divisions dur- ing the two days. Action gets underway Saturday at 11 a.m. with the first championship play starting at 2 p.m. Sunday. The Whizettes got a home run and a double from Wendy Konynenbelt to down the Dia- mond Streakers 24-7 in a Ban- tam Girls Minor Softball League game. Carla Hamilton had a triple and double as well to aid pitchers Sharon Bodnaruk and Pat Nordine nail down the vic- tory. Minor ball The city Senior Little League finals were not com- pleted as scheduled Wednes- day evening. A fracas involving fans from both the Northside Pirates and Southside Twins and the umpire caused the game to be called with play in the top of the fourth inning. Wednesday's score was 6-6. The Pirates had won the first game of the best-of-three 7-4 Tuesday evening. No decision has been made regarding the continuation of the playoff. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES GBL 3 3Vz 6 9 20 NATIONAL LEAGUE W St. Louis ...........41 Montreal.......... 36 Philadelphia..... 38 Pittsburgh........ 34 Chicago........... 32 New York......... 32 Weil Los Angeles.......54 Cincinnati......... 45 Atlanta............. 43 Houston........... 40 San Francisco... 35 San Diego........ 36 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 001 000 7 1 Pittsburgh 001 000 7 0 OeMola. Taylor Montague and Reuss and Sanguillen. Pgh Stargell Philadelphia 000 000 6 2 New York 013 010 14 0 Lonberg Watt Hernaiz and Parker Miller and Grote. NY Slaub Jones San Diego 000 010 100 6 0 San Francisco 100 000 010 1-3 12 1 Tomlin Romo and Bryant. Sosa Molfitt and Rader D Roberts Ken- dall SF Matthews Firtt Los Angeles 100 102 000-4 8 1 Cincinnati 000 000 5 0 John Marshall and Carroll McEnaney Baney and Bench. LA Cey Cin Perez Second Los Angeles 000 000 000-0 4 o Cincinnati 000 024 9 0 Rau Hough Brewer and Yeagen and Plummer. Cin Rose Morgan Chicago 000 000 000-0 4 2 St. Louis 100 022 8 0 Reuschel Frailing Plna LaRoehe and McGlothen and Simmons. SL Smi'.h Houston 020 000 002 9 2 Atlanta 001 300 000 6 1 Ccsgrove Forsch Scherman York and M. Capra. Leon J. Niekro House Frisella and Oats. Hou C. Johnson All Evans AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Boston..............43 Cleveland......... 42 Detroit............. 41 Baltimore......... 40 Milwaukee........ 36 New York......... 35 West Oakland............44 Kansas City...... 39 Texas.............. 41 Chicago........... 37 Minnesota........ 33 California......... 32 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS First 1 Bait. 000 004 14 0 Boston 200 000 8 1 Alexander and Pole and Montgomery. 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