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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LETHBRIDQE HERALD July 1974 Short sport roundup NFL IN TROUBLE WASHINGTON A solution to the dispute between striking National Football League players and the 26 club owners appeared today to be farther away with no apparent end in sight Representatives of the two groups met with federal mediators Friday in an attempt to renew negotiations in their contract hassle and to end the 13-day but ap- parently had if success ORR A DADDY PARRY Ont. Bobby star defenceman of the National Hockey League Boston is the father of a baby boy 1974 champs The Bobcats captured the 1974 Farm League Rowland and Bill Quayle Front row left to championship crown by defeating the Bisons 13-10 Darcy Collm Gerry Van in the extra-mnmg final recently. Members of the Rudy Darren Londeau and Brian Chollak. winning club back row left to Dave Missing from picture are Paul Kevin San- Asplund Doug Darren ford and Sheldon Taylor. Ian Ray Todd George Phil hoops 23 in overtime loss to Yugoslavia SAN Puerto Rico Yugoslavia beat Canada 102-99 Friday in the world amateur basketball tournament It was the fifth victory in a row for the Yugoslav side but had to fight off a late comeback by the Canadians After the Yugoslavs built up a solid 53-39 lead at the Canadians came back stronglv and after 40 minutes were tied at 90-90 Then the Yugoslavs again took com nianfl It was Yugoslavia's second victon over Canada in the tournament The Canadians rallied to go in front about midway into the second half The Canadians maintained a two-to six-point advantage until less than a rr.nutp remameJ regulation t'mc Kresmir CVt a centre who sat out iT-ost of the Golf league LAKESIDE MEN'S Low not Richard Singers and Ber- nie CJOC tied 33 Low gross CJOC 36 Low team net Joe Al Kenwood and Ralph Guzzi 149 Eight-point sweep Sugar Beeters over House of Lethbndge LAKESIDE LADIES Low net Hilda Mildred Skrove 36 Low gross Mildred Skrove 50 Low team net Mildred Irma Collette Lewko and Thea deGraaf 161 Eight-point sweep Mildred Skrove over Value Village COUNTRY CLUB GOLF Low gross J Reliance 38 Low net R. Packers 29 Low team net T. D A W Moroz 139 Eith-point sweep Reliance STANDINGS Lakeview Texaco 104 Gentlemen III 101 Lethbndge Odlce Furniture 96 Bastedo s 94 Packers 92 Oliver Industries 86 Blacks Mens 86 Reliance 78 Dorlgani 76 Perky 67 Eatons 66 King Chrysler 42 LAKESIDE MEN'S Jubilee Flemings Singers Fraches Ace Bldg Pahulje CHEC Parsons CJOC Imperial Life Union 76 Herald Walkers House of Lethbndge Suoar Betters A W Owens scored the two points which sent the contest into overtime The Canadians threw up a tight defence in the second half and it caught the defending champions napping winner of only one tournament lost by only one point to Cuba and Brazil and then by three in its first encounter with Yugoslavia The team s worst defeat was a 20-pomt loss to the United States Canada's victory was by 13 points over Spain Centre Ken McKenzie pull- ed in 11 rebounds and scored 25 points to lead his team against the Yugoslavs Dragan Kicanovic was his team's high scorer with 32 Other Canadian scorers in- cluded Phil Tollestrup with 23 James Russell with 18 and Alex Devlin 16 In consolation Cuba beat Spain 84-75 INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor S17 4th S. 327-1541 TARGET MASONRY SAWS Malic 20 uses 18 and 20 blades 7 cutting depth with 18 blades 8 depth with 20 blades Cutting depth is doubled by reversing material Quickie Saw Blades Specially Reinforced QX-HS Extra-High Speed Abrasive Blades provide faster cutting on Masonry Concrete Metal FOR RENT at C J Equipment Phone 328-4165 His gave birth to the eight four ounce baby Thursday night at Parry Sound General Hospital Dr. Dan who super- vised the said the mother and child are doing well YACHTS FINISH Hawaii The 61-foot sloop Joh from Seattle won first to finish honors in record time in the Victoria to Maui yacht race early Friday Joli crossed the finish line off Lahaina shortly before 3 a local race officials said Its elapsed time was 12 17 53 minutes and 26 seconds JOHNSON NAMED BRANDON Brandon Wheat Kings an- nounced Friday that Norm Johnson has been signed to a one-year contract as coach of the Western Canada Hockey League team. WINS HOT LEG COLOMIERS Jean- Pierre Genet of breaking away from the leading group in the final won Friday's 14th lap of the Tour de France cycling but superstar Eddy Merckx of Belgium retained the over-all lead Genet won one of the longest stages of the tour in hot weather over the roads of the deep south of including two minor hill climbs LEAVES LIVERPOOL LIVERPOOL Bill Shankly announced Friday he was retiring from one of Eng- land's top soccer jobs manager of Liverpool of the First Division The surprise announcement marked the end of more than 40 years in soccer as player and ad- ministrator for 58-year-old Shankly MATT1USSI NEW COACH N.Y Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League named defenceman Dick Mat- tiussi. as the team's new coach Thursday. Mattiussi succeeds Don now coach of the National Hockey League's Boston Bruins WE'VE MOVED QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC BODY DIETRICH CwtHtod Dental Mechanic 303-Sth So. MMcalf Building 328-7684 Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Ask about our Guarantee ENGINES WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre Custom Engine Parts Ltd. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 You don't have to be famous to be somebody. ie I Mildred Skrove Ffiyo s Apparel Seeman's Jewellery 89 86 85 85 82 76 73 73 .71 .71 70 68 66 62 62 59 J6 42 49 43 29 Think about the people in your community individuals or groups who deserve special recognition for their outstanding achieve professional or voluntary service Are they rich and famous7 Probably not They are pretty special though people who stand tall in the eyes of others Men and women who have made exceptional contributions to the or science Individuals or groups who have brought honour to themselves and to the Province through outstanding achieve- ments or performance in national or inter national competition Albertans who have played a vital role in the life of this Province Each the Government of Alberta pre sents Achievement Awards to outstanding Albertans To ensure that no one deserving of an Award is we need your assistance The three specific Award categories are Performance and Service Then let us know They could qualify for an Alberta hievement Award But don't delay deadline for receipt of applications is September 1974 For further information and nomination telephone 429 4996 or write individuals or groups Think of the people you know who have won competitions or awards at a national or international level during the past year gained national or international recognition m a or voi untdfy capacity during the past year -been noted for outstanding service of Provincial impact Program xibcrta YOUTH AND RECREATION 14th C N Tower Alberta T5J OK5 ;