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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta jmy me LeinpHiDue neHALu Petty upset each other AIYDY CAff DAYTONA Fla David Pearson and Richard steaming after a duel to the finish in the NFL group sits tight SAN DIEGO -'Mem- bers of the National Football League Players Association are waiting to see whether their talks with San Diego Chargers rookies and free agents would convince any of them to leave training camp sides have their and we're caught in the one free agent at the Chargers' camp said Thursday after talking with about 30 striking members of the association The which went on strike Monday and threw up a picket line two days hopes the rookies will leave making it impossible for the Chargers to play exhibition and that rookies at other NFL training camps will follow suit But while some said they were thinking about quitting the they all appeared for the first practice session after their talks with the strikers outside the training grounds thought about the issues and made my decision before I came to said quarterback Jesse the Chargers No 6 draft choice Firecracker 400 stock car race fired charges of dangerous driving at each other Face-to-face with who nosed him out by half a car Petty declared usually drives a safer and saner race Pearson admitted he used a trick in backing off the throttle as he started the final forcing Petty to pass him Then Pearson jammed his throttle to the floor coming off the final turn to take the lead wasn't risky where I did Pearson claimed he forced me down on the apron coming up to the finish line and we almost hit Petty shot back gave him a lane But what he did made me mad not that he tricked but I never thought -he'd let off that quickly with somebody so close behind I had to let off Otherwise I couldn't have turned the steering wheel fast enough to miss him got Pearson responded SEEMED BELLIGERENT The two drivers gave the impression they might have settled their differences with fists if it hadn't been for the press box audience Petty gritted his teeth when Glen the owner of Pearson's described his driver's manoeuvre as the slickest trick he ever saw 'It was beautiful strategy as long as he had the predominant Petty said If the cars had been it would have been stupid WHATVE I TOLD BELIEVES TI4AT A WOMAN'S 1 PLACE is IN THE EXPECTS 'BR TO GO THERE IMMEDIATELY AFTER Began didn't blow chance. Reds fall off the pace Canadians pull off upset Puerto Rico Canada pulled off the first major upset in the quali- fying round of the world ama- teur basketball championship Thursday night with an 83-75 triumph over Czechoslovakia The Canada's second in a assured the country of a berth in the final which begins Sunday in San Juan Canada topped Australia 80-69 in the first game Wednesday night Golf league SHOOTERS SCOREBOARD PLAINSMAN SPORTS Considering that several million rounds of 22 rim fire ammunition are fired every year in Southern Alberta a large turn out for the Southern Alberta Summer Games smallbore competition try outs was expected This event was specifically designed for the novice professional shooters and target type 22s not being eligible But the turn out was disappointing to say the least except in the sub junior class The moral would seem to be that Lethbndge shooters can only introduce new shooters to their sport by personal contact on a person to person basis for the mere organization and pub hcizmg of an event does not bring the casual shooter out Congratulations are in order for the Sub-Junior team of Ted Hansen Tim Hansen Andy Prokop and Dave Puckett who we are confident will be most excellent representatives The Senior division will be represented by Don Jarvis as Lethbndge s sole competitor Best of luck to all of At the Namaka Bench Rest shoot on Sunday where the Canadian National Championships were being staged a Lethbndge shooter fired consistently through three days of compel tion that saw gusty 40 mile per hour winds rain and mirage to win the Light Varmint Championship Art fired a 6 x 47 rifle with a Shilen barrel Sako Action and McCracken bullets to average 5129 for all groups Bob Hobbs Jr set a new 200 Record with a 539 shooting a Remington 40XB BR rifle in the Sporter Class Winners of the Classes were Nobby Uno of Vancouver Terry McCracken of Calgary and Ray Brown of Clearwater B C The Oldman River Gun C'jo 4lh Annual Trophy will be held or Sunday the 14th Events scheouled are Trap Small Bore Big Bore and Bench Rest Copies of the program are available at PLAINSMAN Country Club Golf Los gross D Black's Men's Wear 39 Low net D Black s Men's Wear 28 Low team net Black's Men's Wear D R D A Radons 137 Lakeview Texaco 97 Gentlemen ill 90 Bastedo s 88 LOF 87 Packers 82 Oliver Industries 80 Blacks Men 74 Dorigatti 70 Reliance 68 Perky 61 Batons 59 King Chrysler 42 Lakeside Golf Low gross Al Singers 37 Low net Steve Union 76 32 Low team net Pahulje L P A J Wilson 149 Eight-point sweep Pahulje over Ace Building STANDINGS- PLAINSMAN SPOUTS WESTERN CANADA'S LEADING SUPPLIER OF QUALITY TARGET RELOADING LIGHTWEIGHT CAMPING AND ALPINE GEAR. COMPLETE GUNSMITHING SERVICE. KEN KOTKAS RICK KUCHERAN BOB HOBBS ART BOURNE 329-7th St. Flemings Jubilee Fraches Singers Ace CHEC Parsons CJOC Imperial Life Dorigatti Union 76 Pahulje Herald H of L Walkers Sugar Beeters A W Owens 8 81 81 T 69 68 68 67 66 66 65 64 57 49 48 47 38 36 THANKYOU Ron Berlando We wish to thank all the wonderful people in Leth- bndge and Southern Alberta who shopped in our new store during our Grand Opening Your terrific support helped to make it an overwhelming suc- cess We look forward to serving you and pledge ourselves to give the finest service possible The following were merchandise winners during our opening MAJOR WINNERS SUITS Shipley Suit Willie Woo James Edmond Co- ordinate J V Backstrom S Cohen Suit Dean Rolfson Raymond Drapeshire Co- ordinate Richard Varley Don Parker Casual S Tomita City SWEATERS E Engel R Maliza Melrose 6 Don SHIRTS Mrs R Delker J A Skeith J H Bech- thold J H McCall Ken Moson J M Reid P Etmanski Elktord B C W Hartley Sterling Mrs J A Forrest B Taniwa B Elhrgscn R J Craw- ford Powell River B C PANTS Delaine Trapp Bonle Espelien Bill Johnson Loretta Stiilson Leo Hopman MEN'S WEAR LTD. 331 -5th Street South Phoni 327-2620 Cuba and Canada each wound up with 2-0 records in Group C Cuba beat Australia 92-79 Thursday after topping Czechoslovakia 61-60 Wednesday In other the United States whipped Spain Argentina topped the Philip- pines Mexico beat the Central African Republic 106- and the Soviet Union defeated Brazil 79-60 The Canadians employed a 12-2 zone defence which the Czechs found difficult to pene- trate The Canadians also dominated the backboards. Bill who attends Simon Fraser University in B C paced the Canadians with 23 points Czechoslovakia dominated the first half and at one point led by 11 points Canada switched to the zone defence with six minutes remaining in the period and stifled the Czech offence ASSOCIATED PRESS There's no place like home plate for Mike Hegan think a guy who's satisfied sitting on the bench is not worth says who has sat there for most of his major league career He played an entire game for a change Thursday and drove in five runs with two homers in Milwaukee's 15-3 rout of Cleveland Indians Hegan got into the game only because regular George Scott was injured In other American League New York Yankees beat Detroit Tigers Baltimore Orioles trimmed Boston Red Sox Chicago White Sox bombed Kansas City Royals Minnesota Twins defeated Texas Rangers and Oakland A's turned back California An- gels 9-4 who got into only one previous game for hit his third homer of the season in the fourth inning and a two-run homer in the eighth Ed blanked the Indians until the fifth when Buddy Bell doubled home two runs and Jack Brohamer sin- gled in another Walt Williams' sacrifice fly sparked a three-run ninth in- ning rally that lifted New York over Detroit and ended the Yankees' seven-game losing streak The Yankees jumped on De- troit relief ace John 11- and got one-out singles by Elliott Lou Piniella and Bobby Murcer Los Angeles Dodgers are out to prove they're not ready for two collapses in a row A two-run ninth-inning rally Thursday produced a 3-2 victoiy over Cincinnati and dropped the defending National League West Division champion Reds 9Vz games behind the runaway Dodgers blew it last year and we haven't forgotten It won't happen said Dodgers' second baseman Dave Lopes Los Angeles' biggest lead over the second-place Reds a year ago was games on July 17 In other National League action Chicago Cubs edged St Louis Cardinals Montreal Expos nipped Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 in the opener of a double- header but dropped the nightcap Philadelphia Phillies lost their opener to New York Mets 5-3 and then ended an eight-game losing skid by taking the nightcap 6 2 Houston Astros shaded Atlanta Braves 4-3 in 10 in- nings and San Francisco Giants trounced San Diego Padres 9-2 Los Angeles relief ace Mike who was three outs away from becoming the loser against instead wound up with his ninth con- secutive 11-3 Steve Garvey and Willie Crawford rapped consecutive doubles in the ninth inning against Pedro Borbon and Crawford scored on Bill Russell's single HAD 2-1 LEAD The Reds had taken a 2-1 lead against Marshall in the eighth Rookie Andre Thornton's double keyed a three-run fourth inning and Chicago held on to beat St Louis The burst against John Curtis snapped a string of 20 innings in which the Cubs had failed to score Small-bore elimination A small-bore elimination for the Southern Alberta Summer Games has been set for July 11 in Coaldale beginning at 7 p m Final deadline for registration is July 9 Forms are available at the South Oldman River Recreation Box Coaldale Toyota has the lowest priced popular small We think two thousand five hundred and ninety-nine dollars is a lot to pay for any car But we also think it's the best bargain in town Lowest priced of all small cars When you compare prices one fact stands out of the ten best selling small cars in Canada Toyota has the lowest priced model The Toyota Corolla KE020KB Look c c H Priced suggested Irt figure not released Is there any more to say9 How about mileage figures9 Best gas mileage of all popular small cars The economy-minded car buyer is usually delighted to learn that the Toyota Corolla isnt just the lowest priced model of the populart small cars Its also the .one that goes the farthest on a gallon of gas Small car mileage chart_______________________________ Best mileage attained by each manufacturer in miles per imp gal Make P 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Toyota Corolla 1200 Datsun B210 Vega Hatchback Pinto 325mpg 299mpg 295mpg 274mpg 252mpg These figures are from US Government-approved Environ- mental Protection Agency Tests In these the Toyota Corolla COROLLA 1200 KE020KB 1200 averaged 325 miles per Imperial gallon The best gas mileage of the ten best selling small cars in Canada own mileage may vary depending on road conditions and the way you Economy and much more With today s shrinking you have to be a shrewd shopper You have to lo.ok for good value right down the nne That's why even the lowest priced Toyota comes equipped with a wide range of extras Like front disc four-on-the-floor transmission andful'y bucket seats Things some manufacturers charge extra for 22 beautiful ways to save Toyota gives you a wider selection of small cars than any other manufacturer 22 models in 6 different series Different in size Different in character Chances one of them is just right for you Change your car. Not your lifestyle The small car is the car of the future In the face of rising it's one of the few alternatives left And if you're looking for small car economy with big car per- comfort and model then the only alternative left is Toyota What a beautiful alternative 'Manufacturers suggested list price Does noi include destmat on and del very licence and provincial lax because these factors vary Iram reg on to eg on FOB points Halifax Montreal Toronto tManulacturer retail sales first quarter 1974 of the 10 best selling small cars COROLLA WAGON with 1600 cc engine power Iront disc brakes and reclining bucket seats standard CORONA 4-DOOR SEDAN one ol 5 all new Coronas MARK II WAGON with powerful 6 cylinder 2600CC engine MARK II HAHDTOP with power steering and power front disc brakes standard TOYOTA See how much car your money can buy. HILUXPICKUP- the new Long Bed 2000 CORONA SR with ESP and 5 speed transmission COROLLA SR5 with fuel saving 5 speed transmission CELICAGT five speed transmission and tachometer Check the Yellow Pages KS_1 tor the Toyota Dealer nearest to you I ;