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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Tu.idoy, July 14, 1970 WHERE'S A Keeling, Calgary Stampeders' quor- terback, looks for a receiver in Monday night encounter with Ottawa Rough Riders in Ottawa. right is Billy Roy At left is Hugh McKinnis a halfback; Canadians Are Suing For Wrongful Arres Saskatcltewan Receives Scare From Bombers DURBAN (Reuters) Five Canadian hockey players jailed for two days during the week- end for alleged breach of con- tract, say Iliey will sue the South African Ice Hockey Asso- ciation for wrongful arrest. And they have signed a new contract 'to play 13 weekly matches here starting Thurs- day. The five arc Douglas Scott of Midland, Out, William Mac- Leod of Leduc, Alta., James Whltlaker of Nobel, Ont., Floyd Thompson of Capreol, Ont., and Eene Labonte of Quebec. A spokesman for a Durban legal firm said Monday that the players will lodge counter- claims against the South Afri- can Ice Hockey Association for wrongful arrest and damages. The five Canadians were ar- rested at their hotel here Friday after the association made an urgent application to a judge in chambers. The association alleged they broke a contract to play a ser- ies of matches in Johannesburg from May 5 to Sept. 15 causing a financial loss of rand GET RELEASE Lawyers argued during the weekend for their release, which earns early Monday after another urgent application be- fore a judge in same one who jailed them. The hockey players were freed on condition they surenn- der their passports to the dep- uty sheriff of Durban. The judge, Mr. Justices Burne, also ordered the association to institute proceedings by July 20. Meanwhile, the Canadians have signed another contract, to play a series of 13 international hockey matches here during the next is weeks. This was announced by Mal- colm Gage, director of the pro- moters, Durban Exhibitors Lid. "There are 12 international players taking part in the ser- ies, including (he five involved in this legal he said. "And they, of course, are going to play." Minor Ball OTTAWA (CP) Rookie quarterback Larry Lawrence engineered two scoring plays in the third quarter to lead Cal- gary Stampeders to a 26-17 win over1 Ottawa Rough Riders Mon- day night in a Canadian Foot- ball League exhibition game. A crowd of watched the Western club in its second straight pre season win. Ot- tawa, the defending Grey Cup champions, lost previous starts to Toronto Argonauts and the CFL All-Stars. Lawrence, a 21-year-old grad- uate of the University of Iowa, handed off to halfback Hugh McKinnis for one touchdown and combined with Jim Sillye for a 64-yard pass-and-run score. Jerry Keeling, Calgary's first-string quarterback who played most of the game, passed 34 yards to Herman Harrison for the third Calgary Harrison accounted for 120 touchdown. Larry Robinson kicked two 15-yard fields goals and also converted two of the Calgary touchdowns. WOOD GETS TD Gary Wood, being groomed as Ottawa's starting quarterback, scored the only Rider touch- down on a six-yard run. Ivan MacMillan, an 18-year- old -from nearby Alexandria, Ont., kicked three field goals, converted the Ottawa touch- down and added a single. Wood played the first half in which Ottawa held a 17-10 lead. He gave way to Tom Dimuzio and Jim Ousley who failed to put together a steady offensive threat. Calgary had a total offence 349. Keeling completed 17 cf 26 pass attempts for 212 yards, and Lawrence was good on four of six attempts for 95 with six catches. McKinnis was Calgary's big threat on the ground, carrying nine times for 66 yards. Wocd completed two out of First Go-Round Tcm Dorchester, had three seccoids in penalties to run in for a total time of less than a second behind Anderson. U.S. Cc CALGARY (CP) United States cowboys took most of the money Monday as the first go-round ended in three infield events at the Calgary Stampede. Tooter Waites of Stevenville, Tex., was the biggest mraiey-wimer, taking in the calf roping wtfii a time cf 12.2 seconds. Jchn J. Jones cf Moro Bay, Oajif., as the top steer wrestler with a time of 5.7 seconds for a cheque of Jack Ward of Odessa, Tex., gave the best perfonnar.ce on a Braiima bull with a 78-point ride to win The highest showing by a Canadian came from Leo Brown of Czar, Alta., as he tied far second in the bull riding with Bob Sterner of Austin, Tex. Both had 69-point rides and collected In the saddle brenc event, John Picray of Eundre, Alta., trok the early lead in the I ond go-round with a 72-point ride. One point back were Bill Smith of Cody, Wyo., amd Ralph Maynard of Phoenix, Ariz. T. J. Walters cf Watkins, Iowa auid Daryl Brown of Deer Park, Wash., tied for the lead in the bareback brcnc riding with 69 points. Paul Mayo of Fort Worth, Tex., was third with 68. The second go-round starts today in calf roping, bull riding and steer wrestling with the bareback bronc riding go-rounds The Msrle Andersen wagon from Carbon, Alia., slipped past Jack Sheckter's rig from Edmonton Monday to take the lead in the chuckwagon races at the stampede. Slim Hefaie of Esterhazy, Sask., drove the Anderson wagon penalty free over the half-mile track to finish in one minute, 11.02 seconds, the second fastest time of the night. Shsckter's outfit, driven Paces Win In the City Businessman's Fastball League the Dunlop Ford crew picked UD a 6-2 win over the Canada Trust Company. John Lowther chucked 'a fine game as he gained the mound verdict over Roy Yonkman of the Trust club. Norm Henke was the big hitter for Ford with a home run and a single. Lowther aided his own cause with a triple and two singles. WHATS GOT INTO THE HONDA 100's? This year, two great new 100-cc Honda motorcycles are selling so fast we honestly have Trouble keeping them m stcckl Powered by high-revving overhead cam single cylinder 4-stroke engines, they actually perform like 125-cc twins, while retaining fhe simplicity and easy handling of smaller bikes. CB-100 Super Sports: Telescopic fork and rear swinging arm suspension absorb bumps and give superb comfort ond con- trolled handling. Easy highway riding to 72 mph. SHOO Motosporf: Extra strong double cradle tubular frame, biq ground clearance, bare damper springs, and many other features for rugged off-the-road or highway driving. Sec and tost drive a Honda 100 todayl LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1307 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Distributed by: Clarko Simpkins Honda lid., Vancouver Six-Year Notice also chipped in to pick up the win with each stroking out a triple. For the losers Roy Yonkman was the only batter to reach rapping out two EDINBURGH (Reuters) Values for the Commonwealth Games should in future be se- lected six years in advance in- stead of four, the executive committee of the Common- wealth Games Federation rec- ommended Monday. Their proposal will be put be- fore the meeting of the general assembly Sunday for ratifica- tion. Lowther singles. In another league game, the Bank of Nova Scotia clobbered the New's Media 17-6. Lynn Rosaine picked up the win while Tony Franks took the loss. Paul Forrayi paced the Bankers attack by pounding out two home runs and a single while Keith Flaman chipped in with a home run, a double and two singles. four pass attempts for 47 yards; Ousley four of seven for 101; and DiMuzio three of 11 for 21 yards. Wood rushed six times for 73 yards, including his six-yard Buehdown. Meanwhile in Winnipeg Saskat- chewan RoughrMers held off a last-minute drive in Western Football League exhibition play Monday to eke out a 22-21 vic- tory over Winnipeg blue Bomb- ers before fans. Both clubs experimented i n the pre-season game which was jlayed before the Royal Family n the third quarter. Saskatchewan head .coach Eagle Keys used all three of his quarter-backs and two of them came up with touchdown passes. Winnipeg, too, used all three its quarterbacks with Ron Johnson pitching the only touch- down toss, a seven-yard streamer to newcomer Roger Grimes. Ron Lancaster threw a sev- en-yard touchdown pass to Gord Barwell in the third quarter when John Foruria came in the fourth to hit Barwell' on an 81 yard touchdown throw. SWAPPED LEAD Saskatchewan led 6-3 at the end of the first quarter, Winni- peg took a 13-9 lead at the half, and Saskatchewan moved ahead 16-13 at three-quarter time. George Reed scored the other Saskatchewan touchdown, a one-yard drive in the first quarter. Place-kicking guard Jack Abendschan booted a 29- yard field goal and connected on just one of three convert at- tempts. fc'ophomore halfback Amos Van Pelt scooted across from two yards out for Winnipeg's second touchdown with Gene Lakusiak hitting on field goals from 17 and 20 yards out and converting one touchdown. Bombers' other point came in the last minute of play on a missed field goal from 45 yards out that could have won the game. Larry Degraw of Rough- riders conceded the wide at- tempt. THE BIG WAIT IS OVER! GREMLINS ARE HERE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! We've jusf received a big shipment r from the factory and are more than eager to make .you the deal of a lifetime! Mechanix Illustrated dub> Gremlin The Best Car Buy Of The Year No vyonder they're selling like Hotcaket r'glit across the country! fha subcompact from American Motors a truly remarkable little car that presents to the small car buyer a valid alternative to the glut of imported cars on the market. Styling, comfort, psr- formance, reliability and price the result of an intensive study of the t' small cor buyer's requirement. And Gremlin meets and exceeds every re- v quirement. NOW AS LOW AS ONIY NO DOWN PAYMENT (PLUS FREIGHT) MAKE YOUR MOVE NOW THE CAR BUY OF A UFETIMEI AMBASSADORS with refrigerated air conditioning valued up to JAVitlNS REBELS HORNETS A.M.X. and the amazing new OREMLIN os illuslraied You Can Pay as Little a Only, per month Low Bank Financing United Motors Co. Ltd. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 Parks Have Good Rounds In the Lakeside Golf League, the. Safeway foursome carted home an eight point sweep over Kimuras along with the low team net score. Jim Reid, Murray Mills, Art Smith and Gary Bartlett com- bined to score a 144 to pick up the honors. Low gross honors was shared by Greg Parks, Murray Mills, Earl Fox and Jim Held all shooting a 39. Parks and Keid also gained the low net score with each shooting a 33. Pahulje also connected for an eight point sweep over Singers. In the Country Club Golf League Beny's picked up eight points from Lilydale which shot them from sixth to fourth place in the standings. It was also a fine night for the Packers as they gained six points with a total team net score of 136. Included on this team were Joe Lakie, Fred Van Buskirk, Dave Brighton and Fred Morgan. Crighton grabbed the low net honor's too with a 31. Low Gross was shared by Don Roy of Beny's and Roy Brown of. Dorigattis with a SCOTS of 40. LAKESIDE Safeway.....................100 Walkers.................... Parsons..................... panulie..................... Flemings.................... Bastedos.................... Owens...................... Boise Cascade............... Martini's Cardinal clinched first place in Big League ac- tion Monday evening belting the Expos 7-1 behind the pitch- ing of Gerry Veres. Ken Nakama took the loss. John Christensen sparked the winners with a double and a single while Jerry Nugent chipped in with two singles. In the second game the Pi- rates dawned New Dayton Giants 10-2. Laurie Legge was the winner with relief help from Jim Mantle. Doug Greeno, who gave way to Roger Selk, was the loser. Terry Kaupp and Ken Wal- ters each had two singles for he Pirates. The Big League All-Stars will meet the Lethbridge Junior Miners tonight at Henderson 'crk at eight o'clock. In Norcrest Little League .lay the Braves sidelined the ixpos by downing them 9-4. David Koskoski was the winner while John Wagontall gave up he loss. Earl Ingarfield stroked two Rubles and a single for the Braves. Andy Sifrer poundet rat a home run and a double in a losing effort. In Senior Little League action .he Giants bombed the Tigers 16-6 and the Senators bombed [he Lions 10-3. The Giants were led by A' Robinson's 16 strikeouts to pick up the win while Ken Kurtz suf- fered the loss. Craig Brack was the big hit- ter for the Giants with a home run and a double. Harold Oddio aided wilh two doubles and a single. For the )osers, Wes Tuttle poked out a triple. Randy Stevens led his team to the 10-3 victory with 1 strikeouts. J. Hancock took the loss. Ezio Gardine paced the win- ners with a triple, a double and single while Mike Boychuck chipped in with a double and two singles. In the Norcrest Little League the Cardinals and the Dodgers tangled in a playoff game with Kimuras Herald............ CHEC............ Southern Alts. Co-op COUNTRY CLUB B and R Men's Wear..... Packers............... CHEC................. Beny's................ Lelhbridge office Furniture Atlas.................. Lilydale................ Eatons Dorigattis............. Hepps................... _ parsons..................... 4-? Tolleslrup Camps Closed To Veterans CHICAGO (AP) With the possibility of a players' strike looming, the 26 teams in the Na- tional Football League an nounced Monday their training camps would be closed to vet- eran players. The statement was made jointly by George Halas, owner of Chicago Bears and president of the National Conference, and LaMar Hunt, owner of Kansas City Chiefs and president of the American Conference. The move, agreed upon at a secret meeting in Chicago Sun- day, followed a communication by the Players' Association of tlte NFL instructing veteran players not to report as sched- uled. the Cardinals coming on top with' a 11-5 verdict. Jack Simpson started th< game for the Cardinals, bti needed relief help from Rockie Magee who gave up only on< hit in four innings to preserve the win for Simpson. Dave Snopek suffered the loss. Simpson aided his own cause with two doubles and a singl vhile John Wadden chipped in ith a home run and a double. Dave Snopek rapped out a double in a losing cause. Lethbridge Hosts Zone Playoffs Bob Leonard, president of the Lethbridge Recreation Senior Baseball League informed The Herald that the Southern zone playoffs will be played in Lelh- bridge August 1-2. Only the top four teams in the league will be allowed to com- pete in the playoffs and so fff, the Lethbridge Creighton Cubs is the only team that has secur- ed a playoff berth. The Lethbridge Miners regis- tered in the Alberta Junior base- ball playoffs will not take part in the two-day affair. The winner of this series will Chen take part in the Alberta Senior Baseball championships being held in Lethbridge August 15-16. Participating in this tourna- ment will be the zone finalists from Peace River district, the Northern and Central districts and the Southern district. Finally the Alberta Senior baseball champions will travel to Brandon, Manitoba to com- pete in the Canadian Senior Baseball Championships. The Canadian championship team will then comprise the central nucleus for the team to represent Canada in the Pan- Am games. Martin Seeks Oakland Job MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Re- ports persisted Monday that Billy Martin was negotiating for a baseball managing job with Oakland Athletics, despite the club owner's declaration that Manager John McNamara would be retained for at least the rest of the 1970 season.- A source close to Martin and considered reliable said the pep- pery former second baseman had been talking with A's offi- cials and "it's only a matter of price." 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