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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Pat Sullivan Rain fails to dampen Perry as he continues record pace Race results it had to happen. In this day and what with bloated egos and the United States has seen its first picket line in professional sport. In San Diego Wednesday according to an Associated Press a group of burly athletes took up the call of organized labor by setting up the first picket line as strik- ing National Football League veterans pressed their freedom demands. Hit suddenly by dissension in their own and denied permission to picket on a college representatives of the NFL Players' on strike to press demands that they be permitted to determine who they play set up the picket line at the training camp of the San Diego Chargers. The picket lines went up minutes before rookies and free agents were due to report to the Chargers' the first NFL camp to open. Eugene owner of the says that 33 or 34 of the expected 54 rookies and free agents had arrived Tuesday and were expected in camp. Klein has failed to bow to player and fully expects to start the NFL season with only his rookies and free agents. For the decision was an easy one. His veterans did very little to impress in the field of combat last year so a change may just serve to be as good as a rest. Early arrivals on the picket line were Bill Curry of Houston president of the Alan Page of the Minnesota Ed Podolak of Kansas City Chiefs and Ray May of Denver Broncos. all is not a bed of roses for Ed executive director of the and his band of veteran holdouts. Most of the rookies and free agents have expressed a desire to be on hand when training camps open. Jesse one of the Chargers' first round draft choices and a quarterback said he would cross the picket line. Said don't think I should be going on strike for something I really don't belong Rookies are not eligible for membership in the players' association until they make a team and the regular season begins. Some players have their helmets screwed on say the owners This has led to dissension in the veteran ranks. John Hanna of New England Patriots and Jim Langer of Miami Dolphins are just two veterans who plan to attend train- ing camp. They both agree the players' demands are out of whack. You might recall a similar situation three years back when veteran players boycotted training camps. It wasn't a strike and there were no pickets. They make demands and threaten the opening of the NFL season. Mike an all pro middle linebacker with Baltimore was the only player to indicate he would report to training camp Curtis defied the players' association and he does now. Curtis was a Lethbridge visitor a few months after the NFL season had ended. He made it very clear why he had reported to camp and refused to be intimidated by the other players in the league. a handful of players and agents are causing the he said. can't agree with so I will not join He added that he is paid very well for playing football. It is his and that's why_he reported for work. This time things look a trifle grim for the NFL and at such a time. The World Football League is almost assured of success. These guys have to play football. It's their livelihood. If the in all their profound continue to follow Garvey's the unemployment lines will grow in NFL cities. The stage will belong to the World Football League for at least the first month or so. It will from this a God- send to the new group headed by Gary Davidson and associates. It will also in the long range trend of to hurt the Canadian Football League. The CFL is not big enough to battle the or so it would WFL. It needs the help of the NFL. It can't get that help from a league raked with can ASSOCIATED PRESS Nobody is going to rain on Gaylord Perry's parade. The Cleveland right-hander survived a 90-minute rain delay and continued his march toward an American League baseball beating Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 Wednesday night. is more pressure each admitted the In- dian pitcher after winning his 15th straight game. know it's but I think I pitch better under The streak is one short of the American League mark of 16 shared by Walter Joe Letty Grove and Schoolboy Rowe. Rube Marquard of the Na- tional League's old New York Giants holds the major league record of set in 1912 Perry endured despite im- perfect control. He said that his timing slipped because of the rain delay in the seventh inning. had a tough time getting my rhythm said Perry. curve ball got me behind a few hitters after but it helped me set up my other pitches. I just went out and challenged the In the other American League Kansas City Royals beat Chicago White Sox Detroit Tigers stopped New York Yankees 8- Texas Rangers routed Minnesota Twins Baltimore Orioles swept a doubleheader from Boston Red 9-2 and 6-4 and Oakland A's nipped California Angels 3-2. John Lowenstein knocked in all the Indian runs with a three-run homer and a squeeze bunt. who hasn't lost since opening tied the In- dians' record for successive victories set by Johnny Allen in 1937. Lowenstein's fifth-inning his fifth of the broke up a pitchers' duel be- tween Perry and Jim as the Indians won their fifth game in a row and ninth in 10 starts. Left-hander Paul Splittorff continued his remarkable mastery over Chicago as Kan- sas City used homers from Vada Pinson and Amos Otis for a victory over the White Sox. It was the ninth straight victory over the White Sox for Splittorff and fourth this season. A study in r blind man learns karate TORONTO Brian Opekan doesn't really expect to make that much use of his special kind of but it's something he can call on in the event trouble arises. He's not your usual karate student. Brian has been blind eight the vic- tim of an accidental shooting at his home in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Six months ago he decided he'd inactive too long and phoned instructor Monty Guest to enrol in Guest's karate studio. my accident I hadn't had any ex- Opekan said discussing his reasons for taking up a sport that even sighted persons might find difficult- a I was in terrible particularly my legs. decided to try Karate where I can ex- ercise in a small thought the challenge .of teaching a blind person he had ihe guts to I could at least help him The through the course of their have developed a special kind of one of mutual respect and trust. have probably learned as much from Brian as he has learned from says Guest. has a wonderful attitude and I have learned patience and under- standing from working with him. close my eyes or blindfold myself often when I work with him and I know what he now 26 and a social services stu- dent at Centennial College where he plans to take general arts and sciences next enjoys the twice-a-week sessions but admits he had some reservations at the beginning. didn't know what to expect but just took the attitude can I It hasn't been easy. balance was terrible when I but it's pretty good Guest confirmed his progress. had lost mobility in his legs and had little flexibility in his ankles and toes as a result of shuffling along when he walked. This made regular exercise and the kicking aspect of karate difficult. But he's come along fine. difficult of is that he can't see punches and Because he's Opekan is learn- ing a form of karate that includes modified versions of judo and boxing. don't care what it's called as long as he Guest declared. course I get but then I realize what he's going through and this helps Because he can't Brian doesn't react to kicks and punches. But in the in- he's a bear. he feels an arm or an he knows where the body is and can react with a hold or a low said Guest. is Opekan didn't select karate simply as a medium of self defence. like the philosophy of he ex- plained. against fighting. good exercise and has given me He travels to and from classes on his own by public transportation and wants to put his message across to other blind people. other fellow at the CNIB dian National Institute for the Randy is taking says Brian. other persons could certainly benefit from it.... hope it doesn't sound but I'd like to get a black Fail to gain on Dodgers with split Reds keep Marshall in bullpen By THE CANADIAN PRESS Mike Marshall finally miss- ed pitching in a game Wednes- day night. It wasn't that the Los Angeles Dodgers' iron man was tired after pitching in a record 13 consecutive games. There just was no point in calling for him in the second game of Wednesday night's National League baseball doubleheader at Cincinnati. The Reds got too far ahead too quickly for Marshall to be able to do anything about the 6-0 Cincinnati victory. For a it appeared that Marshall's record streak might end at an even dozen games. Tommy John was sail- ing along smoothly in the opener. But when the Reds put two men on base with one out in the manager Walt Alston summoned Marshall into his- 53rd game of the season and 13th in a row. Marshall responded by striking out Johnny Bench and getting Tony Perez on a grounder for his llth save of the season. He has also won 10 games. In other National League games New York Mets stopped Philadelphia Phillies San Francisco Gi- ants edged San Diego Padres Atlanta Braves took Houston Astros Pitt- sburgh Pirates nipped Montreal Expos 2-1 and St. Louis Cardinals shut out Chicago Cubs 5-0. The split kept the Dodgers' fat National League West lead at 8V2 games over the Reds. In the Ron Cey hit a two-run homer for the Dodgers and John had the Reds shut out on three hits un- til the seventh inning when Tony Perez homered. Pete Rose opened the ninth with a single and after a Davey Lopes booted Joe Morgan's double play putting the tying run at the plate and Marshall on the mound. In the Don Gullett Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Ask about our Guarantee ENGINES WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Sarvlca Cantra Custom Engine Parts Ltd. k JhBB u A _._____ _ _ _- _ A A A Ad I 1605 3rd Avanua South Phona 328-8181 and Doug Rau were in a scoi e- less battle until the fifth in- ning. Then Pete Rose tagged an opposite field home run and Cincinnati added another run on singles by Dave Concepcion and Morgan and a sacrifice fly by Perez. Rusty Staub and Cleon Jones smashed home runs leading the Mets past the slumping Phillies. Ted Mar- tinez and Staub had three hits each for the Mets. San Francisco won its first game under new manager Wes defeating San Diego on a 10th inning home run by Gary The Giants had dropped four straight games since Westrum took over as manager last week. EXTEND STREAKS Willie Stargell's ninth inn- ing homer gave Pittsburgh its sixth straight victory and 14th consecutive win at home. Reliever John who had just come into the was the victim. A pinch sacrifice fly by Hank Aaron in the llth inning gave Atlanta its win over Houston. Lynn McGlothen's four- hitter carried St. Louis past Chicago and enabled the Car- dinals to open a three-game lead in the National League East. Today's schedule features July 4 doubleheaders at Pitts- burgh between the Expos and Pirates and at New York be- tween the Mets and Phillies. In single the Cubs are at St. the Dodgers at the Padres at San Francisco and the Astros Elks golf The annual Elks golf tour- nament is all set for Henderson Lake Golf Club this weekend. Saturday's opening draw is as OPENING DRAW 9-32 Bush Tony Bogusky. Robert Dale 9-39 am. Jim Matkm. Earl Fran- Howard Fleming. Lloyd 9 46 a m. Murray Lloyd Robert Roger am. Alex Murrell. Tom Maurice Sosick. Al am Harold Jim Shigehiro. Ron Bruchet. Fraser 10-07 Norm Reg Frosty Bill 10-14 am Oliver Bill Loggi Enckson. Adam a.m Bob Tom Brian Easthope. Kozi 10-28 am. Starter's Time a.m. Sonny Bill Van Bud McAllister. Jon 10.42 a.m. Joe Chervenka. Bill Stan Peter 10-49 a.m. Floyd Charlie Steve Ken a.m. Dennis Darrel Clark Gordon 11.03 a.m. George Joe Walter Bruce 11.10 a.m. Bill Gower Len Frank 11.17 a.m. Harry Fisher. David Tosh Ken a.m. John Chick Hank Keller. Harry v a.m. Bob Babkl. Vince Dennis Earl Ingar- 11.38 a.m. Howard Yanosik. Walt B. Ralph a.m. Starter's Time. a.m. Pat Jim Steve Gay a.m. Gerry Ralph Vern Morgan. Harvey p.m Murray Rodger Doug Tom p.m. Fred John Bill Harvey 12.20 p.m. M. B Sandy Poche. John O'Donnell. p.m. Goldle Bill Jim Northrup's second home run of the a two- run shot in the bottom of the ninth gave Detroit its victory over New stretching the Yankees' losing streak to seven games. Cesar Tovar celebrated his 34th birthday with four runs batted two of them with a home and Ferguson Jen- kins pitched a six-hitter to lead Texas over Minnesota. McNALLY TOSSED OUT Baltimore withstood the ejection of southpaw ace Dave McNally after two first-inning balks and defeated Boston in the opener of their twi-night doubleheader with a pair of four-run innings. In the second Paul Blair capped a four-run first inning with a two-run double and the Orioles went on to sweep the Red Sox. Bert Campaneris' two-run single with two out in the ninth inning provided Oakland with its victory over California. Today's schedule has the Orioles at the Indians at the Yankees at the Royals at the Rangers at Minnesota and the A's at California. GARRETT RETIRES SAN DIEGO Runn- ing back Mike Garrett of San Diego an eight-year National Football League retired from pro foot- ball Tuesday'at age 30. a former Heisman Trophy winner from Southern ranked fifth in rushing among active players and 12th overall with yards. CALGARY Stampede Park race results FIRST claiming. 2 year old 7 furlongs. Proud Whistler 7.20 4.70 Fifth Est'ate 5.30 Bold Balladier 4 70. Time Free Aid. Essentially Chunk 0 Missy Wapiti Miss also ran. SECOND 4 year olds and 7 furlongs. Hopi Joe 14.70 6.00 Just Affair 5.10 Smooth Edge 3 70 Time- 4-5 Uncle Beau Mike Ky Justin's In Again Finnegln also ran. DAILY THIRD 3 year 7 furlongs Mint Parlait 18 90 6 30 8.50. G's Silent Man 5.50 Senator Sam 4.20 Time. Sletfler Honey's Wes Maple Boy. Bookstore Burn- Ing Memories also ran FOURTH 2 year 4 furlongs. Fleet Hare 7.30 3.50 2 60. Treasure Ahoy 3 20 Fair Drummer 3 30. Time- Why Sea Federal Anes Thru The Glad To Be also ran. FIFTH 3 year 7 furlongs. Lord Ruken 1350 6.90 Prince Miche 7.00 4 War Version 5 50 4-5 Morning Carriageway. Hillside Phantom Chic also ran SIXTH 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Make It Magic 81.60 27 80 12 Blue Pines 6 30 5.90. Golden Basket 6.80 Time. 1.12 3-5. Gift Box. Mr Murphy. Judge Jans Keanspm. Easy To Love also ran. SEVENTH Handicap. 4 year elds and mile. Johnny's Honey 9 00 5 20 Klondike Princess 8 00 3.60. Carmengay 3.50. Time- 1 39 4-5 Vickie's Tracy I Guess So. Emerald Lin also ran. EIGHTH 4 year olds and 1 1-16 miles. Keen Bid 5 60 3 90 Arctic John 6.90 4.40. Color Me Luci-y 6 10 1.46 Lustrous Sun. Easygopaddy. Gogo Skipper Regal Fire Speed also ran. WE HAVE MOVED To serve you better we have moved to larger premises located at 614-351H Street North MCLEAN MOVING LTD. NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES PHONE 327-3146 CLEARANCE SALE UNCLAIMED AND MODEL SUITS FINAL 3 DAYS FOR 50 EACH 59 A good selection of sizes really worth seeing. But hurry take full advant- age of this limited Shorts Stouts and Tails. 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