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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta College stars idle 111 The organized chanties of Chicago could become the first casualty of the rift between the 26 National Foot- ball League club owners and their striking veteran players The College All-Star played under the auspices of Chicago Tribune will be cancelled as of 4 p m EDT the sponsor said unless the warr ing sides agree allow the game to be played without interference The cancellation threat fol- lowed the refusal of the all- star players to practice unless the NFL Management Coun- cil bargaining unit for the owners and the NFL Players Association resume negotiations No negotiations no prac- tices no no the all-stars said Monday after a 40 minute meeting And the executive director of the Chicago Tribune Luke replied Unless an arrange- ment is worked out within 48 hours to allow the game to be played without we shall be forced reluctantly to cancel The all star with the reigning Super Bowl cham- pion Miami Dolphins schedul- ed to play the cream of the 1974 rookie ci op this year has been plaved every year since 1934 with 2 million raised and distributed to charity represen- tative of the called the all-stars' decision great step forward by some men who are in a tough position Garvev said he had not been in touch with a federal media- tor who conducted earlier negotiations but we are will ing to go back to the table if the federal mediator wants us Pickets set up by the NFL going on al training ramps for the Dol- phins Dallas Houston Oilers and San Diego to appear to dav when New York New York Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers open their rookie camps ANDY CAPP Race results CALGARY Stampede Park race results Monday FIRST S4 000 claiming 2 year old maidens 4 furlongs Yesmar 1740 840 3 90 La Medo S 50 3 70 Goldrush Girl 2 70 Time 0 47 Spangled Street Brendas Orphan Dutch Rouser Connies Prince also ran Tracrf Scratch Dominion Princess SECOND S1 500 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Boy Brush 6 70 3 70 310 LEspoir 3 40 2 80 Mid night 3 10 Time 1 13 Mary s Fancy Swoon Poll Lady Peep Duke De Entre Whataruler Soon Enufl Deau Tango also ran DAILY DOUBLE 10 THIRD S1 900 claiming 3 vear olds 7 furlongs Gol Dang 6 00 3 70 2 80 Old Cudge 7 10 4 40 Aremar 4 30 Time 1 28 Gs Silent Man Frozen Planet High On Hemp Wandering Miss Fifty Street Royal Summer also ran OUINELLA TracK Scratch Flying None FOURTH Not avai'able FIFTH 600 claiming 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Kaps Call 8 70 6 40 620 Lrdys Trip 4320 13 00 Friendly Guy 7 10 Time 1 28 Big Bambi Princess Gracie Fleeting Bar Shuswap Sam Encos Own Caltabulous Whos Laughing also ran tXACTOH Sixth S2 300 claim ng 4 year olds and up 1 1-16 mile Sootime 7 80 4 40 3 00 Rusty Rouser 4 80 3 10 Stumbling Club 4 50 Time 1 48 4-5 Haydn s Smoke Lord Lately It By Chance Super Start In The Groove Frenetico Ballyclare also ran Seventh 000 claiming 4 year oids and up 1 mile Hyllow Ruler 9 80 4 40 3 70 Helkey 4 20 3 40 Dou- ble Way 5 20 Time 1 54 1-5 Another Bomber Call Me Avons 1 alent Keanspin also ran Eighth claiming 4 year olds and up mile Red Mahogany 8 00 4 00 3 70 Flag Reaction 15 20 6 20 Split Bat 4 30 Time 1 55 3-5 Divvy Up Colour Me Juan- ynia Two PM Doctor s Another on Revel Tarte also ran FANCY A TOft AS AN INVOICF YOU WENT 10 SCHOOL TOGETHER -I NEVER COULD SET MY. 'THAT'S PRICES ARE CHANGINX SO FAST THAT WLJ COULDN'T ftg WRONG ALL THE TIME IP NOU TRIED Representatives will meet to form global ice league By ALAN HARVEY LONDON Representatives of eight countries gather here next weekend to start building the world s first global ice hockey league They will begin by forming an eight-team European league which will begin play in September Visionaries see this as the core of a continent-spanning competition within a decade will link teams in Asia Europe and North America involving such im probable entrants as Singapore Australia and Japan Russia Czechoslovakia and Sweden are expected to play a dominant part Canada 'ong a pacesetter in developing hockey' nill provide a manpower pool to strengthen weaker teams II the global league materialises it will mark a breakthrough in a long and bitter stalemate over the delmition of amateur status in international hockey DREAM COMES TRUE And it will realize a 40 year old dream tor controversial John F Ahearne a portly Irishman who became a top decision-maker in world liockev without ever lacing up a skate A world hockey league will be something absolutely new in sport a really breathtaking says 74 As president of the Inter national Ice Hockey Federa lion Ahearne has long held international hockey in the hollow of his hand He has applied a rigid delmition of amateur to pre vent North America s top players from competing in league games thus in- luriatmg Canadian hockey ol- hcials interested in global play One embittered Canadian threw a punch at Ahearne in a Stockholm but Ahearne ducked Now North America seems to have made its peace with Ahearne An arrangement has clearly been reached between Ahearne and Bruce 50 the millionaire president of Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League who is putting his bankroll behind world hockey plans Norns who also heads a worldwide cattle and grain or- has revived hockey in Eritam by im- porting 13 Canadians a couple of Americans and a Swede to form a team here called London Lions He is losing money on the but the Lions will be a key team in the European league expected to be formed next weekend Athletes should drink more water WASHINGTON Coaches who encourage their plavers to drink less water while on the field are actually endangering health and retarding says a report released Sunday The report says that unless water lost through sweating is replaced at frequent inter- vals heat exhaustion may develop which can lead to permanent health damage and even to death The four page report was made by the Committee on Nutritional Misinformation of the National Research Coun- cil which was organized by the National Academy of Science in 1916 There is no evidence for restricting the water intake of athletes during contests nor is there any evidence that man can adapt or be trained to tolerate water intake lower than his daily says the report Water Deprivation and Performance ol Athletes Royals lose Cup final The Calgary Springer Kickers handed the Lethbndge Royals their first loss of the season and won the Alberta Soccer Association Cup final by a 2-1 score in Calgary Sunday The Kickers got goals from Kim Blank and Kurt Larsen while Ivan Smeljanec replied for the Royals Alfons Vanderbeek of the Royals was named the out- standing player in the game while Harold Hansen and goalie Art Jense were selected from the Springer Kickers Evel set for big jump TWIN FALLS Idaho Evel Knievel waves his gold and diamond-topped cane over the Snake River Canyon With the red plaid the blue shirt the diamond rings flashing on both he looks like a carnival barker He s hawking the greatest show on and there s no doubt about the star On Sept 8 I will get into that Sky Cvcle and they 11 me feet up in the air at a speed of 350 miles per hour and when I land on the other side of the I'll be the richest and famous s o b in the world There are no doubters in the small crowd clustered at the top of the ramp that will launch Evel across that chasm to fame and fortune They know Evel and they've seen the cheque for million he got for promising to make the jump His wife who cried the first time she looked over the edge of the 400-foot stands off to one side She's heard it all before This vicit tn ic- tViA 16th stop on a 42- citv tour to promote the 35- year old motorcycle magician's long awaited jump Evel is the best promoter Evel ever had He boasts I have to have a 24-hour guard on mv house in Montana to protect my privacy I make more money for a personal appearance than Elvis Prcsle.y and Liberace combined 1 11 draw more people to this event than the Pro the Super Bowl and any prize fight I m Evel Knievel Kmevel's been talking about the canyon jump for several years First he wanted to jump the Grand but authorities wouldn't let him So he bought his own canyon He's put off the jump but this time it looks as if he's going to try it Robert head of Top Inc and promoter of last January's Muhammad Ah-Joe Frazier heavyweight is spending more than million to make Evel OAiU _____ figures about half a billion people will see the jump on closed circuit television in the Un-ted States and delayed telecasts around the world The million cheque Evel tries to cash in bars for laughs is an advance on profits Arum says the stunt man may earn as nuch as and TOD Rank about As much as he loves the pub- lic Evel is jealously protective of his wife and three two sons 13 and 12 and a daughter 10 He does not permit them to be photographed or interviewed Wife Linda says the Snake River Canyon jump is hard for the children to accept I don't know how to prepare them for it But I've accepted it It makes me but I know he's going to do it Just think what it would do to him as a man if he back- ed out now He'd just as soon want to be dead as not go World Football League begins its challenge on idle NFL ASSOCIATED PRESS Spectators in Chicago and Memphis will test the product Wednesday night when the World Football League begins play And the rest of the United States gets a look at Thurs- day when the league plays its first televised game Without so much as one ex- hibition game under its the new league is challenging the established but strikebound National Football League for the fans' attention and ticket money With a new gold-and-orange ball and both new and old Garry president of the predicts attendance ex- ceeding at some games Davidson also created the American Basketball Associa- tion in 1967 and the World Hockey Association in 1972 Both of them still are struggl- ing for fans and stability Franchises sometimes shift or die Now comes the WFL It's sort of like 1960 revisited That is when the American Football League was born The AFL began with eight four fewer than the and the announced first- week attendance averaged fans That word is important because many of the fans got in with reduced-price or free tickets After about five years of the AFL came into its own when one of the three major television looking for something to show on Sunday afternoons opposite the put million into it for a five-year contract Two years the AFL was strong enough to force a merger with the NFL The WFL has a TV reported to be worth about provided by an independent network which will televise one game each Thursday night to local stations around the United States There are a few NFL veterans who jumped this year to the new and the WFL got a few promising stars in the collegiate draft Jimmy The Greek Snyder well-publicized La Vegas odd- has predicted the WFL's hfespan as one season Davidson replies him to call me I'd be glad to take his money In some legitimate stars like Larry Craig Calvin Hill and Daryle Lamonica will move from the NFL to the WFL Right the new league will have to make do with some former NFL players coaxed out of a number of NFL mostly who played out their contracts ana some Canadian Foot ball League imports and a crop of collegiate rookies Wednesday night's games are Portland Storm at Philadelphia Honolulu Hawanans at Florida Blazers in Southern Califor- nia Sun at Birmingham Houston Texans at Chicago Fire and Detroit Wheels at Memphis South- men The WFL is tossing some in- novations at the fans many of Phil shines in tough loss SAN Puerto Rico Tom Bosnell solved a troublesome zone defence in the second half and led the United States to a 115-95 vic- tory over Canada in the world basketball championships Monday night Forward Phil Tollestrup scored eight of Canada s first nine points He finished with 16 points and team-mate Ken McKenzie had IS The victory left the United States and Yugoslavia as the only double winners in the fi- nals so far them designed to open up the game which many disgruntled NFL fans say has become an exercise in place- running and futility Kickoffs will be made from the 30-yard missed field goals beyond the 20-yard line goal posts are on the end line not the goal will be returned to the line of scrim- mage no fair catches will be allowed on receptions with one foot inbound will be legal running backs will be allowed to go in forward mo- tion before the snap of the ball the touchdown will be worth seven points instead of six and the extra point will have to be run or passed for instead of kicked And there will be a fifth period to break ties The colleges own football and the NFL has a lock on Sunday and changed the habits of the counts by in- troducing Monday night foot ball So the WFL decided to jump into the vacant Wednes day and Thursday evenings rather than buck the com petition The WFL season will be cli maxed Nov 29 w ith the orld Bowl championship game in Jacksonville Fla That s where night s WFL TV opener will be held with Jacksonville Sharks entertaining York Stars in the 70 000 seat Gator Bowl MACLEODS On the the scien- tific literature on the subject strongly supports the practice ol replacing water loss by con- tinuous fluid intake In addition to recommending moderate fluid intake during activities that cause profuse the committee suggests that coaches encourage players to wear clothing that allows proper body ventilation and to take rest periods The committee also cautions youthful athletes against attempting to meet specified weights by ''drying out Lakers play tonight Weather the Lethbndge Lakers will be m action again tonight The fresh from their impressive 4-1 triumph over the Red Deer Generals in the Alberta Major Baseball League Super Series on Satur- will host the Calgary Giants for a regularly scheduled AMBL game beginning at 8 p at Henderson Park The locals will be out to im- prove upon their 3-11 season and will also use the contest to tune up for the Super Series semi final here Thursday night against the Calgary Jimmies The Giants were eliminated from the which is restricted to Canadian players when they lost 5-4 to the Edmonton Tigers The Lakers and the Jim- mies will square off at 8 p m Thursday for the right to meet the Tigers in the Super Series championship WITH LOW PRICES Prices 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