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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Sotufdny, July 15, _ Whether or not Hull little c Ihe NHL became bigger Ulan our country." Ballard, owner o Toronto Maple Leafs but djvorc ing himself from the rest of the NHL hierarchy in the matter said Hull should be on the team He earned this Winnipeg Free Press headline: "Hark, the Angel Harold Sings." In the other camp, an NHL spokesman said president Clarence Campbell would not comment until he has "a chance to discuss the prime minister's telegram with Ills principles The Trudeau telegram, sent lo Hockey Canada president Charles Hay and Red Bcrenson, presidenl of the NHL Flayers' Association as well as le- Campbell, said: "You are aware of the intense concern, I share with millions of Canadians in all parts of the country, that Canada should be represented by its best hockey players, including Bobby Hull and all those named by Team Canada, in the forthcoming series with Ihe Soviet Union." On behalf of Ihese Canadians, he urged the groups "to lake whatever steps may be necessary to make this possible." "In making whatever arrangements may be called for, I would ask you to keep the best interests of Canada in mind and to make sure that they are fully respected and served." The prime minister told reporters the government could not order the NHL to let Hull play, but he hoped the various parties would be "big enough" to agree to his request. The telegram was followed Friday by another to the three groups from Supplies and Services Minister James Richardson, IMP for Winnipeg South, saying it "is vital that Bobby Hull play for Canada. "In Canada's interest and particularly on behalf of Winni-peggers, I urge your groups to meet at the earliest possible date to negotiate some method thai will enable Bobby to play 'or NOTICE WOOLCO WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 17 UNTIL A.M. WE'LL BE WATCHING THE WHOOP-UP DAY PARADE WON'T YOU JOIN US! THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT MONDAY, JULY 17th- A.M. to 6 P.M. ONLY A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. CARTONS OF MAPLE LEAF LADIES' BEACH CIGARETTES CANNED HAMS DENIM JEANS TOWELS A Whoop-Up Day neces-All Popular Brands lb- Picnic vacuum wSlh" loop A packed harm. Perfect frjm ,eg Choose from stripes and for o quick meal or s i y 1 i n g. Regu or or pattern designs. Bill it didiil and. in a pair of Iwi-nighl doub-s headers, Oakland Athletics took two from New York Yankees 9-3 and 1-0 and Baltimore Orioles swept a pair from Chicago White Sox, 7-4 and 3-0. Tom Haller has been a major league catcher for more than a decade. But until this year he didn't have a chance to come or, more precisely, with Bill. Until this season, he had toiled behind the plate in the National League while Bill spent h i s major league career in the American. Dave Schneck was the 669th player chosen by New York Mels in the 1968 free agent draft. But today he's not jusl another number with Yogi Bcrra. ''He really picked us up at a .ime when we needed a lift." said the New York manager after Schneck's first major-league a two-run homer-helped the Mets beat San Diego Padres 3-2 Friday night. Schneck. just brought up to the big club from the minor leagues Thursday, made his major-league debut a smashing success with his belt in the sixth inning. The Pirates retained their :hree-game edge after beating rlouston Astros 5-2. Elsewhere in tho Nalional League, Chicago Cubs defeated Atlanta Braves 9-8: Cincinnati Reds turned back St. Louis Cardinals 6-3; San Francisco Giants valloped Philadelphia Phillies 1-1 and Montreal Expos blasted Los Angeles Dodgers 9-1. Bud Harrelson was aboard wien Schneck hit a drive over he right field wall off San Diego starter Steve Ump was his b By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "It Tom said aflet Big Brother was watching Kansas City Royals squeaked and little brother couldn t Past Detroit 1-0, "that when have been happier. you're on a ball field, you have think Ihcre was a little a S'ou worry abou anxiety over what might hap- brotherhood second, pen, bitl 1 was delighted it fi- "It's a credit to the rally came lo be." Delroit Ti- 35-year-old catcher, two years gers catcher Tom Haller said strike-calling brother, added Friday night after his older "It proves the game has Meg brother, umpire Bill Haller, had rity." spent the evening looking over In the rest of the American his shoulder. League. Cleveland Indians beat Having a brother in on the Texas Rangers 2-0 in 14 innings action didn't help Tim and his Minnesota Twins edged Boston Tiger which of Red Sox 7-6, Milwaukee. Brew course, is the way it should be. ers belled California Angels "Golfer of the Year" PLUGGED NORMAL Sand Impact Angles P.roach bal1 from the intended line. In There are many varia- each case the left hand lions of lies you'll get in grip is predominate, the sand, running from 1-or the normal CARTON SPECIAL 1.67 JpK1Al 2 for SPECIAL normal ball sitting the clubface should be more or less on top of the open so (hat the clubhcad to buried the will slide under the ball, ball well down in the When the ball is buried, sand. the clubface should be For all of these shots, closed so it will dig down the clnbhead should ap- deeper AND HOT DOG BUNS 12 buns per pack, on easy and quick lunch. Fresh and de icous. 9 RR fc pkgi. CREAM RADIOS The portable go-everywhert radio. Solid s ate construction. Earphone and ballery O CT? i3 incuded. WiO Choose from Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, or Neapolitan. QQ W bricki Trevino leading the o The 32-year-old Golden Bear needs to win his third British open title for the third leg of the never-accomplished grand slam of modem all four major pro championships in Uie same year. As play in the final round got under way over Muirfield's historic links, yards of Scottish grass and heather, Trevino told friends: "You can never put Jack Nicklaus out of a tournament until the last man has sunk the last putt." Then came Trevino's qualifies lions. .Jack is l.hri Ivpe of man who doesn't like 'to be icatcn, he has lo conquer bof.h myself and Tony Jacklin. He could heat one of us, but I don't think he can beat both. "Jack has lo get aggressive to make up Ihe distance. Thai means he has to drive every )ar four and eagle every par five. lie cannot afford to be "Or. Ihis golf course that alti-ude could pay off hut more ikcly it could result in a lot of yet Trevino's score over Ihe par links was 207, six shols under par. Jacklin was one stroke back. Trevino's five successive birdies on Lhe last five holes in the third round left even the self-styled Super-Mex searching for words, a commodity of wliich he usually has a plentiful supply. "I cannot remember when I've had such a Trevino said. "It makes me feel good for .he final round. Tt would the irealesl thrill for me lo win the British Open again.'' "I'm going to be under tremendous pressure but I'm nn wing to let anyone pass me by f I can help it." Doug Sanders, who has twice teen runner up to Nicklaus for !ie British championship, SWAN NAPKINS 180 napkinl In solid While or a trl color 4 4 AQ pack. O 1 A i ma 1 1 portable bcrbeque. Measures 24" in diameler. With a round bowl and adjustable grill. Tripod. CC legs. SPECIAL Just pack It ond go. FT Ii only 1 8" round with on adjustable grill and tripod CVJ legs. SPECIAL Don't count Ni MUmFIELD. Scotland (API The tourney ends today. Just because Jack Nicklaus Exulting in five straight bird-is six strokes out of first place ies that gave him a one-stroke in his quest for the third leg of lead after Friday's third round, his pro grand slam, don't count Trevino said: "Don't rule out Km oul- Jack Nicklaus for the title. 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