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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGF HffMD My 13, 177? AMJY CAPJ" I'LL TOUOW VOJ WHEN ED THIS PAINTiN' FLO-LET'S GO-GO-GO. Checvers may jump lo WllA and miss games Sinden will have to go without Robert FLO, T1 BSSP A NOT'S ABOUT 'J N1 CHOSE? WIVES.' laybook CINCINNATI (API Cincin- nati Bengals coach Paul Brown says calling ol the FBI to i n v c s t i p a t e the alleged at- tempted sale of a professional football playbook in New Orle- ans- last week was over-reac- tion. Brown, [alkjng with newsmen Wednesday, two days before the Bengals open summer drills at nearby said the case of Uie arrest of former.pro quarterback Kail Sweetan "is just sad." Sweelan, who at one lime played for Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, was charged with attempting to sell a Los Angeles Rams play- document containing of- fensive and defensive strategy and New Orleans Saints coach J.D. Roberts. "I don't think the playbook I5 D .c IE Q. E O) Q cn Tim CL helps the other team that said Brown. "There's no copyright on Uie playbook. T even give the playbook to deserving football players who play for us who are going into coaching. "It's jurt sad. I can't see v.liy New Orleans made such a big deal ovc'- it anyway, calling in the FBI." Brown compared a lootball team having the opposition's playbook with a baseball team knowing the opposing pitcher's pitches. "You know he has the fast ball, curve and changeup." Brown said. In football, he said, "you can hit each hole so many times, or pass, or run. "I! you get the idea from what I'm Sf.vlng that this is a very unimportant thing, then you've got it right." TORONTO (CT) Coach any .Sindrn will be one w i n R t: r he nprns Team Cannthi's Torunlo Iriiininj; camp Aug. lo prepare for an cighl-gamc series against (lie [tusiaii rm- lional hockey leain. The list of 35 invited players announced Sinrfcn Vv'cd'iics. flay includes Hull, for 13 years one of the National Hockey League's prime gate altrac- lions. Two weeks ago, the Golden Jet became a Winnipeg Jet when he left Chicago Black to sign r.s playing coach with (he new entry in the fledg- ling Vi'orld Hockey Association. Douglas Fisher, .cha.inuan of tho executive committee' of Hockey Canada, said the organl- just wasn't thinking of n'hcr the World fl o c k e y it picked international learn. And Mull's hvib.fioii from Tcimi Canada specified thct all players must have signed NHL contracts when Ihey report to the training camp. i Fisher said Sinden's invitation to Hull had already gone out when the Golden Jet signed with the Jets. Dangers; ,1. C. T r c in li 1 a y, Uercl; .Sanderson, Boston: LaperricMe and Serge bcrt Pcrrcault. Buffalo Sabres; Savard. Montreal: -locclyn Guc-1 Marcel Dionne and Red Bcren- vrcmont, Vancouver Canucks; Gary ncrgman, Dciroil. Tied Wings; Pal Slaplclon and Hill White, Chica-o. I'l'il Ivptviilii and son. Detroit; Jean Ralellc, New York; Boiiby Clarke, Philadel- phia Flyers. l.rlt Hull C wine D e n n i s Frank and Pclcr IWalioi'lidi, Montreal: IVaync Cashman, Boslon; Jcan-Panl Parhe, Minnesota North Stars; Paul Henderson, Toronto Maple Leafs; Vic lladficld, New York; Richard Martin, Buffalo. ft'slit Gilbert, Now York; Yvan Cournoycr, Muni Golf Hildl KWall, Fsye'i 'Lew r'rr--, UM--sh. Have1! Anpare'; 51. Low net Lrrcl'a Isabel McNalr, Eerh jean Boul'cn. Mildred SKrove Hair Fash- ions; Value Vjilap- 'Alldred Strove n Faye'5 Ap-arel 15 Seeman's Jcwcl'rry ?2 Alaximes V.'ccr 31 Mayfair Vcgue 75 NHL IN PACT Canada, the organiza- tion of government, husino: hockey interests lhaf set up the team, had included the re quircmcnt that playen s.'gn (heir NHL contracts in its agreement Ihc NHL April. That was when Ihc WIIA's prospects were r.ebu At the time. Hockey Canada was thinking in terms of a team picked solely from NHL rosters Fisher explained. "No consideration was given lo the possibility lhat players would be chosen from other leagues, amateur or prates sional." (Kher invited players have no' yet come to terms with then iVHL employers and some were reported considering of- fers but Hull was the only one who had signed a contract with 'he rival league. CI1EDYERS CHOSEN The remainder of Sinden's lineup: Cheevcrs. Boston Bruins: Ken'Dryrien. Montreal Canadiens; Tony Esposito, Chi- cago. Or and Don AV.TCJ-, Boston; Brad Park and Rod Selling, New Yori; Tho Lelhbridgo Herald Prinlinn and Lilhography THE RETURN TO LEGANCE 3 PEECE SUITE (COAT, VEST, PANTS) Fjclurcs Belled Back Flap Pockets Wide Peak Lapels Flared Pants and Vest ALBERT'S MEN'S APPARE! OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Tilt 9.00 T.M. 331 5th ST. 5. PHONE 327-2620 SPORTS CARAVAN WILL BE HERE Sponsored jointly by ihe Fitness and Amateur Sporl Directcrale of Ihe Department of Heallh and Welfare and the Prudenlial Insur- ance Co. Ihc Canada sporls caravan will be in Lethbridge as part of Whoop-Up Days celebrations. The caravan is expected for the last stages of the week. Chizinazia has best ride Gladstone still leads CALGARY CT1 Larry Mahan, one of the world's rorlco cowboys, lived up lo his reputation Wednesday with the hert. score of 74 points in the second go-round cf the bare> bronc conin-tition at the Calgary Stampede. The 29-year-old native of Frecco, winner of all- round titles from I95C to 1070, picked up C2 points in the first go-round which puts him eight points hcliind tl-.e leader n the average race for the fin- als Saturday. Uidinj a horse .called Miss America. I'lahan gr a spec- aculer show of spu.ring and Balance to the lead in the secor.d round. His points bettered I he pre- vious second-round best of 71 recorded Tuesday by Gary Tucker of Carlsbad. N.M. Tucker also lort his over-all average lead to Joe Alexander of Cora. Wyo., who scored 67 Wednesday. Alexander has a Ncgrello Mi lead Lakers tonight Can a new coach bring life to downcast ball club? The Lethbridge Lakers' board nf directors think so and im- mediately tackled that ques- .ion by releasing John Vase- enak and kilTBg Hector Neg- rcllo. Negrcllo will liandle the Hkors for remainder of the 1872 Alberla Major Base- League season ajid will begin his chores tonight. the who have lost 1.1 nf tl-cir Insl 15 starts, will lake fi'i fie scronrl place Calgary Winls n-il.li Negrello calling Uie fliolji. Crime timr sri far zt p.m. al the Henderson ball park. l I combined total of 145 points- si': more than Tucker. The cowboys mastered their ho'.'Ees in the saddle bronc con- test with all but two comnlet- ing the eight-second trip. Wally Badgett of Ashland, Mont, emerged as the leader in the second round with 63 points, passing previous leader Darryl Kong of Kayeee. Wyo. However, Kong retained his over-all lead with a combined total of 141 points. One of Canada's leading rid- ers, Mel Hyland of Surrey. B.C., scored the day's second highest mark in Ihc saddle bronc event. Aboard Red Gold, he netted 67 points which put him in second place in the sec- ond go-round race. The fastest time recorded to date in steer wrestling was picked up by Walt Linderman, 36-year-old resident of BeUry, Mont. Linderman decked his steer In 37 seconds for a good chance at second-round prize money. Mirl Mutchmorc of Hel- ena, Mont., won 51.490 f o r downing his steer in 3.1 seconds during Uie first round. Rex Bland of Trent, Tex., captured the lead in the over- all championship Wednesday's with a time of 5.5 seconds coup- led wilh his first-round time of .1.9 putting him ahead of Jim Houston of Burkbumelt, Tex. Ran Chizrnazia of Coaldalc, hanging precariously on a bull called Detour, had thj best ride of the day in h i s event. He scored 62 points in bull riding, but was well be- hind leader Ben Calhoua of Canon City, Colo., who had a 73 Tuesday. The cowboys weren't exactly on the mark during the calf roping event with several either missing the animal or taking their time about completing the exercise. Tuesday's leader, Tom Bews of Pekisko, Alta., was able to relax following liis score of 13.2 seconds. Jim Gladstone of Card- ston, also hung on lo his over-all lead of 27.4 seconds. A time cf 13.3 seconds was the day's best score, and it was recorded by Lee Cockrell of Panhandle. Tex., who took over second in the second-round race. Thomas at it asam real; Kon Ellis, Toronto: Mickey Redmond, Detroit; Bill Goldsworthy, Minnesota. Kindcn said agreemci-t has not yet been reached with tho Russians as to the actual num- ber of players In bs used in series, which opens Scpl. 2. [In planned lo go to Moscow v.ilh other officials jrhorMy (o settle the matter and iron out other (btails. At a rcws conference al v.'hich the team was announced, the former Boston coach refused lo be drawn into discus- sion about players who were not invited. J-Jo said only that an unnamed goaltendcr had been inviled but could not join t? team bjcause of an injury problem. The coach added that he was extremely happy with his lineup and that it might be augmented later by five ef Ihis vcar's to'i innior rlrpft choices if arrp'viv coL'ld be mac'e with their NI1L clubs. Fisher said Hockey Canada has no intention of asking tns NHL lo waive its requirement that all players must have signed NHL contracts in Hull's case. "We have the ho said. "I don't quarrel with it. You don't turn around and kick (he stuffing out of people who have produced for you." Fisher said the team was put logelhcr for the specific purpose of playing a single series and rhould rot be considered as an official Canadian national team. in Boslon, tha Globe reports lhat goalie Gerry C'.'iccvers cf (lie Stanley Cup c'lani'Vo'i Boslon Bruins is cx- i'cclcd lo sign a multi-year con- trad vilh Hie Cleveland fran- chi.-o of the World Hockey Asso. elation. I The paper, in Wednesday and i today's editions, said Cheevers, 131, v.'lio put together an un- beaten streak of 32 games this post faaEon, has rejected a estimated cffer o( for the Cleveland offer said to be worth about a half- million dollars. He is expecled lo sign by I He end of the week, rrrd. v.-as reportedly in I Trronto WecJne.Tday for fie for- inal annoi'iceinsnl that he will I play for National j All team in a ser- i v.ilh fie Soviet Union this fa'l. Me was unavailable for comm.31.1. CliKvure, a native of St. Cath- arines, Ont., has been wilh the Bruins organization since the mid-19GCs. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. fAPi RiuinJng back Duane Thomas, apparently in disagree- ment with Dallas Cowboys over his contract, for the second straight year, missed the Na- iona! Football League champi- ons' first team meeting Wednes- day night. Coach Tom Landry said Thomas would be fined. "Duane missed roll call for our learn the coach said. "He will be fined like any other player. We will not an- nounce the amount cf the fine." HOLIDAY SALE 2072A 1969 METEOR MONTCALM 4 DOOR WAGON Castilian golfl, block roof and rtict wrlli no'd vinyl interior. 479 V-G nulornolic, radio nnrl tonl'ol. HOLIDAY AT '2895 FREE SO GAIS. OF GAS DENNIS HELMERS Res. Phone 7-7611 1718-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5763 Just Arrived 10 Only Fomula 10 SP Faoturet fnefutfe: t9fl elf pi, centra pull alloy broker, alloy h'-'br, chain guard, alley hordls bor post, top quality Reynolcfi tubing and complete with k'cb ifnnd. ReB. 139.93 All bjcyelfi nrs properly onembled, let-up and equipped wilh a kick itand and serviced wilh a 90-day odjuilment policy ond a 6 month parli ond labor warranty. 10 SPEED ACCESSORIES WB hove n itock of lotki, ipcedo- mlrron, tic. The largos! Dock in S. Albsrfn. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LIMITED frYour compleln bikn htodquorlcn in South Albcrln" 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Doily 8 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. a lefol of SAVi houri o to nrva you. ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE W L PCI GBL Cal. Jimmies is 5 .762 Cal. Giants U 7 ,631 3 Edm. Tigers 10 7 .588 4 Red Deer...... 7 B Ml 6 Lethhridge B 13 .331 6 Edm. Blue WIN 3 16 .158 13 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W L Pel. G9L York; 33 .e7T St. Loi'ii -II 36 -532 7 Chicago W 33 .125 7'-V Montreal H Philaoelchia ?fl 52 .350 WEST Cincinnati..... 47 31 .603 Houston H 3-1 -MO Lrs Angeles 33 .535 6 A'lania 3' Francisco J' San Diego 30 50 -375 18 TODAY'S GAV.tS Houslon Ruess (5-B) al Chicago Jen- ns rll-7) Piltsburph Bless el Clnclnnall Nolan N lanla Reed '7-9i el SI. Louis eland (1EM) N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Franciico OM MO n 4 1 New York 120 000 4 S 1 McDowell '9-71 Retcrocr (51 MorflU and Hcaly: Mallach (9-5' and Dyer, toujion 101 033 11 I Chicago 101 ooo t u 3 Robert! (B-n Griffin (7) and Ed- Reuschsl (3-21 Plzarro (7) Phoebus '71 Aker and Hundley Martin MRS: May dei wynn (21 Brock PitHburph 110 000 3 1 1 Cincinnati om W l o (7 Hernandez and Sanguillen; Simpson (5-3i Gullett 'S> Caroll HRs: '14) Bench Los Anqeiei 1M 1 18 1 PhllftdcrprtJA 300 5 13 D John (fi-Ji and Sims; Chamolon L-rsch (2) Twitchell Scarce (7' ielma (9> and Baleman, Ryan (91. LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pel. Wwafs, 31 67 Cedeno, Hoi-.....m 56 W .JJ5 Ssnguillen, Pgh .251 35 ?4 .335 ProcV, SIL 331 42 109 B. Williams, Chi 314 51 10X .379 Baker, 18 57 .12-1 Garr, AM W TX) .37-1 A Oliver, Pgh 3M 47 .318 Buckner, LA 193 15 .314 M. A'OU, SIL 770 3! E5 Home runi: Bench, Cincinnafi, Runs In: Bencfi, Cincinnall, Pi'lchino '71' riccisions: Nolnn, c-nnpll, (5) Hil- oendorf 'f) and Fcsse. HRs: Roichardl '4i Loiich Nsw York MO OM California 100 OM 0 7 1 Slcltiemyre (9-lP> and Munson; Ail-n May (71, Fisher (91 and 5tpphenson, Torborg Boston .103 03! T 1J I Oakland ou 010 4 H 3 Curlis. Tlant krausse '6-3) '4> Newt.auser (9i and Flsk; Hamilton. Fingers (i-3> (SI, Knowles (5) and Duncan. HRs: Fish Oak-Mangual Duncan Teras.....010 noo 111 Detroit HI Ino 3 f 0 Cox (2-1) Pnnlher (St GcgDlewH '7i Lindblad '6) and King; Siayback '7-3) and Haller. Kansas City 501 WO fl Baltimore 010 on0 200 4 91 Nelsrn, Ahernalhy FHzmorrls and Kirk- pa Irick, Dobson, Harrison Jackion Wart nrji, Scoll and Dates, Efcfiebarrsn HRs: KC-PojflS HRs: Darwin Soderholm MOi. LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Schelnblum, KC ?H JO 72 .376 Plnielfs, KC .....797 IT 73 .318 FUk, -U .312 Oiis, KC .....7SJ U flfl -3lft Rudi, Oak 211 93 Jn? C. May, Chi 273 61 .798 Berry, Cal 17 vj Mayberry KC 3J 74 .391 Min 1'7 II P3 ,759 R. Oliver, Cal 310 3t B9 .787 Home runs; D. Allen, Chicaqo, Cash, Delroil, Puns hBllerl in: D. Al'en, Chir.ago, Maybcrry, Kansas Pilcfnim '7' Kaat, Minn" sola. (10 ;t, Odom, OaHflnrl, '7-2', (.777'. MINOR I SCOPES Pacific Coast -c" 6 5 n f, Lal.s l 0 Tv.oma HIGH SPEED TIRE TUBE ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE to2. JoulK Phont 317-6866 or 3374445 ;