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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Lindsey wants to play somewhere CALGARY Jim under constant reminding that the no. 2 quarterbacking job with Calgary Stampeders was ticketed for rookie Joe Piscar- asked for and was put on General Manager Gary Hobson said Friday. was in his fourth training camp with the Cowboys but as backup for Jerry Keeling and later for Peter Liske. With the coming of highly regarded Piscarcik from New Mexico three became a crowd. know I can Lindsey said. just want to be given a decent if not then somewhere else and I may as well get an early Hobson said Lindsey was put on waivers with rights to which means if another football club claims the Stampeders bring him back and talk deal. Hobson said further cuts of the training now down at could be expected Sun- and 42 of the Stampeders will take the road for exhibi- tion games with Saskatchewan Roughriders July 9 and Montreal Alouettes July 12. Poffenroth sets pace CALGARY Bob Poffenroth of Calgary's Elks Lodge Club took command of the first round of the day Alberta men's amateur championship Friday with a three under par 69. who has taken three city titles in the eagled on the third hole a par five 560-yard hurdle at the Silver Springs Golf and Country Club Tied for second with 71 scores are Rene Desmarais of Calgary's Earl Grey Ray Rhoades of the Edmonton Highland Club and Harold Psechnik of the Calgary Elks Lodge group. Coming in third with par 72s were Doug Lecuyer of Edmonton and Tom Lyness of Calgary There were 144 golfers teeing off in the played Friday in stiff winds and rain showers. AMERICAN WINS WARSAW Gilbert Hatton of the United States won the world junior sprint cycling championship beating Giuseppe Saroni of Italy twice in the final. Dope allegations heard on eve of World Cup final West Germany A row about a referee's assignment and allegations of doping rocked the World Cup soccer scene Friday on the eve of a weekend which will see new champions crowned at the Olympic Stadium here. England's Jack Taylor was named referee for Sunday's final between Holland and West but Scotsman Bob Davidson said he had been told he had the job. Dutch officials said several Brazilian players were doped in Wednesday's crunching match at Dortmund where Holland won 2-0 over the defending cham- pions. Davidson said he was told Thursday that he had been chosen to referee the final. He and Taylor have been sharing the same room at Munich's Arabella Hotel. am most surprised and disappointed and don't want to take any further Davidson said as he prepared to fly adding that he planned to put all the facts before the Scottish Football Association. The Dutch team's Fritz told reporters that some of the Brazilians in Wednesday's match played as if doped. of testing two players from each side for they should have tested all four Brazilian he said. But a spokesman for the International Football Federation's doping commission said the routine dope test on two Brazilian players after the match was negative. The four teams in the weekend's last two matches relaxed Friday at their luxury training camps. favored to was still at the Hiltrup camp the team has used throughout the tournament and will not fly to Munich until today. The Dutch remain hopeful that winger Rob who tore a thigh muscle against will be but veteran Piet Keizer stands by in the hope of winning his 33rd cap. After a West German training session Friday at GTunwald near manager Helmut Schoen said he would not name his team until Sunday morning. there will be one or two he said. the competition's top scorers with 15 goals from six moved from its Murrhardt base near Stuttgart to Munich on Friday for today's third-place match against Brazil. Five-goal striker Andrzej Szarmach seems certain to return after injury to a Polish team which will be the same as that which carried them so successfully through the opening round of the finals camped at Bad Wiezsee outside is expacted to make several changes with a mid-field place possibly go- ing to Ademir da son of Domingo da who played in the last World Cup meeting between the two in when Brazil won 6-5. Massive security force set for World Cup final eagje MUNICH West German anti-terrorist com- mandos head a massive secur- ity force for Sunday's World Cup final with the memory of the Munich Olympic massacre of Israeli athletes less than two years old. Brazil and Poland battle for third place today. Scattered around the Olym- pic West Ger- many plays the Netherlands for the cup be 200 uniformed policemen aid- ed by 25 mounted 12 police 48 radio patrol cars and the recently formed anti-terrorist Einsatz- Kommandos. six helicopters were to hover above the Olym- pic park encircling the stadium Besides the uniformed men on Europe's best securi- ty guards have been gathered to ensure the safety of heads of state and celebrities watching the final Although details of the security measures have been kept a spokesman for Munich police said the entire area in and around the stadium had been subjected to a minute search make it secure. This security will be maintained untjl The man in charge of securi- ty is Munich's Franz the same policeman who headed the action against Arab terrorists at the Olympic Village in 1972. Haimerl said a number of. anonymous threats had been received and there was absolute against acts of terrorism. we have done everything human- ly The some of them- working the police squads and others in civilian clothing mingling with specta- tors and guests of will be on duty for the first time at a major international event since their formation. Each member of the securi- ty force will be within radio each guest of honor will have a guard whose size on the degree of danger to his said a police spokesman. Football fans will have to submit to police searches. GRAND N.Y. Murle a non- winner since carded a a hole-in-one and an eagle in succession Friday en route to a three-under-par 70 and the first round lead in the Niagara Frontier golf tournament. Mrs. 3b-year-old mother of two was one stroke ahead of Joanne Carner and Sharon Miller in the 54-hole Ladies' Professional Golf Association event Playing the back nine of the River Oaks Golf Club course Mrs. Breer carded a 37 and parred her next four holes. She bogeyed the fifth and birdied the sixth with a 15-foot then came the hole-in- her fifth and second in LPGA play. Using a seven iron from about J45 yards sev- enth hole is listed at ball landed on the right on the and left and roll and recovery A quick over the wall and back onto the left Gary Bettenhausen with a broken collar bone and minor injuries. Connors to meet Rosewall LONDON Ken Rosewall of Australia has a chance today to win the tennis singles title that has eluded him at Wimbledon for 20 years. Jimmy of the United who faced Rosewall for the men's singles title in the all-England s'aid of his op- do you beat a is the only barrier standing in the way of a unique double for Connors and his Chns 19. Miss Evert won the women's singles title eliminating Olga the first Russian to reach a women's final Connors was seeded No 3 and Rosewall No. 9. But Rosewall upset top- ranked John Newcombe of Australia and fourth-seeded Stan Smith of the U.S. in his bid for the only major tennis title he has never won Twenty years Rosewall lost to veteran Jaroslav Drobny in the Wimbledon final Lew Hoad beat him in 1956 and Newcombe did it in 1970.' The Australian qualified for the finals with one of the greatest comebacks in years He lost the first two sets to Stan Smith of the U.S. and was behind 5-3 in the third but rebounded to win 6-3. Connors wins LONDON Jimmy Connors crushed 39-year-old Ken Rosewall 6-4 m the men's singles final today and joined his Chris as a Wimbledon tennis champion. Miss Evert won the women's singles title by beating Olga Morozova of the Soviet Union 6-4 Friday. Sneed margin is four strokes Montreal reveals Olympic Village plan Twin pyramids will house athletes MONTREAL Detailed plans of Montreal's proposed twin-pyramid Olym- pic Village for the 1976 Summer Games will be in the hands of key members of the Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 6183rdAve.S. 321-5447 International Olympic Com- mittee's executive today. Roger commis- sioner-general of the organiz- ing committee for the 1976 Games flew to Munich Thursday night for an infor- mal meeting with IOC ex- ecutive members attending the World Cup there. Official approval from the IOC for the million project is expected at a general meet- ing of the group in Vienna in October. Prior to Rousseau's depar- Yvon director- general of the Thurs- day outlined some of the main features of the project. Last Montreal city council approved the plan sub- mitted by Mayor Jean Drapeau for a permanent structure as opposed to proposals that a temporary village would fill the bill. The city of Montreal is re- sponsible for the construction of all Olympic and it was learned the organizing committee had been under considerable pressure from the IOC to reveal its plans. The Village will be built and owned by private enterprise in the city- owned Viau directly op- posite the main stadium. When the accom- modations will be turned over to the Montreal organizing committee free of charge and then returned to the private builders for sale as housing when the Games are completed. The 19-level pyramids somewhat resemble housing constructed for athletes at the 1972 Games in but will take up less area because of their added height. Two of the levels in each building will be beneath the ground The pyramids will be sup- plemented by a third tower set for construction on adjacent land. It will be triangular in its architectural but the number of floors and the amount of living space it will provide has not been determined as yet. It will be used as a centre for retired persons following the but during the Olympics will serve as head- quarters for food an administration centre and a medical clinic. Dubois said another Marguerite de La- jemmerais could provide a fourth unit and negotiations for its use during the Games have been under way with the Montreal Catholic school board since last October. A favorable rep- ly is expected he said. Located one-third of a mile from the the school's six floors would provide a general recreation and meeting area for residents of the main village. It would contain a dis- an international a cinema and interview rooms for the press. Some of the features of the pyramid structures were out- lined by Dubois. They physical barrier between male and female athletes. of many national delegations in the same building in many more than one delegation on the same floor. space for delega- tion administrators will be provided with their accom- modation. Village will have one kitchen which will prepare an international menu. MILWAUKEE a good feeling to be leading by four Ed Sneed said Friday after three rounds of the Milwaukee open golf tournament. But enjoying one of the largest 54-hole leads of the season on the pro was not without a challenger going into today's last 18 holes. have a number in said Dave referring to his target score for the last round number is who has led ever since Wednesday's opening clipped one more shot off par with a 71 Friday and put together a total of under par on the yard course. with a was tied for second at 208 with Bob who had a 69. Grier Jones' 66 brought him to fourth at 209. at were Tommy Lee Hubert Larry Bob Smith and Cesar Sanudo. CASH FOR YOUR CAR CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING TAMR AftlNA Mondav. July p.m. JACK MtSCO VS. DANNY LITTLE BEAR UPJlWPJpipli I KIWI. KIWI ANOSAVAGE VS PRIN8LE. LANE AND CODY U.S. BIRLS MATCH MIXED MIDBET MATCH 18 TV Wrestlers 5 Bid Bouts Dunlop Ford will pay you cash for your car if it is ooo of tho select units we require immediately CONTACTTHE USED CAR BUYER NOW AT Scalpers get up to MUNICH Soc- cer World Cup ticket scalpers Friday were contemplating the fortunes that are coming their way as prices rocketed in advance of Sunday's final between West Germany and Holland. For tickets scalpers were getting and prices are expected to go higher be- fore game time. But gone are the days of fur- tive little men hustling tickets on street corners. Munich's ticket scalpers are more sophisticated They use newspaper adver- tisements simply Cup final tickets. Gone too are the days when a buyer could bargain. To- day's scalpers have hired ef- ficient glib-tongued secretar- ies who smartly rebuke bar- gain-hunters with the if you are not inter- ested don't waste my time One 12-year-old schoolboy manning the phone for his older brother didn't go to school today so that I could help Heinz with the business But he was unmoved by pleas to lower the mem the Dutch will pay that price it's only we would rather a Ger- man gets the Dutch desperate for tickets to boost the allotted Dutch final systematically answer all the advertisements pledging to outbid anyone for the mer- chandise. we are running into stubborn Germanic nation- alism. They would rather sell to Germans. We have hired Germans now to do the nego- SPORT FANS I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW Two California Golden Seals and Boston twice gained ties with the extra man during the regular season and in Boston's case it was scoring champion Phil Esposito who scored both game-tying goals there were 3.989 goals scored during the 624 regular-season games and shots on a percentage of 10 5 For the fourth straight Phil Fsposito of Boston led all players in shots on goal He had 393 shots and scored 68 goals for 173 per an increase from the 133 per cent he had last season when he scored 55 goals on 411 shots This season was the fifth straight in which he led the League's goal-scorers Gary Linger of St Louis Blues continued to be the current NHL as he ran his consecutive game record to 483 The record of 630 games was set by Andy Hebenton with Nsw York Rangers and Boston from 1955-56 through 1963- 64 There were 64 three-or- more-goal aames in the NHL during a decline of two from the previous season Boston Bruins led with 10 such including four- goal games by Chris Oddleif- son and John Bucyk Buffalo and Philadelphia each had six three-goal Rick Martin of Sabres leading individuals with four three-goal games The other four-goal games were by Ivan Boldirev of Claude Larose of Canadiens and Lowell MacDonald of Pittsburgh There were 10 four-goal games in 1972-73 twice as many as this past year There were 13 penalty shots called during the most Since the season the penalty shot was introduced and when 29 were called This five goals were scorec by Phil Hoene and Juha Widmg of Los Richard Martin of Buffalo and Bob Leiter of Atlanta and Greg Polls of St Louis I bet you didn't know that. the UNIROYAL FASTRAK POLYESTER 4 tough plici ol 78 aeries that low wide husky tread depth long dependable mileage. 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