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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI IETHMIDGI HERAID July 25, W3- PHARMACY Think of us as the biggest drug store in town At Woolco, you'll find patent medicines, health and beauty aids, cosmetics, clothing, colour TV's, stereo equipment, sporting goods and a lot more. And it's all at low Wbolco prices. mmmmmmm Colgate Toothpaste Regular. 100 rnl. (family size) CHARLESCRAFT CURL 'N LOVEIY CURLING IRON No. 9451 Plastic Bandages Box of 100. EACH .63 Available Only in tha Cosmetic PLASTIC BANDAGES Charieseraft Professional COOL-RAY POLAROID Styling Dryer SUNGLASSES Model (Available (Available only In ths only in ths Cosmetic Dept.) Depf) eaeh 24.95 1.35to 8.77 ALBERTO BALSAM ANTI-PERSPIRANT DEODORANT 9 oz. pair 1.09 NIVEA CREAM 4.1 oz. A A USTERINE MOUTHWASH 18 oz. .93 WOOLCO (TM) TOTAL CARE HAND BODY LOTION 18 oz. 7Q ARRID EXTRA DRY DEODORANT 6 oz. JOHNSON'S BABY OIL 9 oz> .89 Q-TIPS COTTON SWABS Box of 180. each OFF INSECT REPELLANT 12 oz. .och I. FlYTOX HOUSE GARDEN BUG KILLER 11 oz. MANICURE SETS No. or No. Your DIOVOL ANTACID Metamwctl NARAN Sucaryl Sodium DlMETAPP Jn Powder CONCENTRATE Sweetening solution. hoy fever, 50 tablets, J VJ Reducma plan. 4 oz. 16 oz. bottle 1 A A congestion colds. Yoor dieiot Each 2.27 bwtle- 179 Each' 30 i Each Woolco Pharmacy Operated By Jock Austin Pharmacy (Alborta) ltd. A Division of Dominion Citrus A Drugs ltd. Each 2.19 A nice place to save money Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALI and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrth We right to limit quantiHet. IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Kasting wins consolation event Brumell not all that elated By GLENN COLE QUEBEC (CP) Four Cana- dian records fell Tuesday at the Canadian, swimming champion- ships, but one of the record set- ters was not that happy. The Canadian Dolphins ming Club of Vancouver set a record in (he women's 800- metre medley relay to cap off the evening which saw Marian Stuart establish a new mark in the women's 100-metre breast- stroke, Brian Phillips splash to a record in the men's 100-metre freestyle and David Brummell set a standard in the men's 400- metre individual medley. Other winners were the Dol- phins' men in the 800-metre medley relay, Wendy Cook of Vancouver in the 100-metre freestyle, Peter Hrdlitschka of B.C., and a member of the Dolphins, in the 100-metre breaststroke and Leslie Cliff in the 400-metre individual med- ley. The dissatisfied winner was Brummell who had hoped for a better time titan the he registered. The old record was set by Edmonton's George Smith in 1969. Wants Mikita to come along Stapleton joins Cougars CHICAGO (CP) Pat Staple- ton joined the World Hockey As- sociation's Chicago Cougars Tuesday and announced Ms first job will be to convince Stan Mikita to join him. "I'd love to have Stan with, me and I hope we can talk him into joining said Stapleton who signed a five-year contract as Cougars' playing-coach. The Cougars would not' say what the contract was worth but unconfirmed reports put it at about million, including a signing bonus. Stapleton thus became the second major star to leave the National Hockey League Chi- cago Black Hawks for the WHA. Left-winger Bobby Hull, who jumped to Winnipeg Jets last year, was the first and ANDY CAPP I'M UP HERE ON HOL1CAV FOR WEST HOUSES ARE BOOKED) AllSHT ACCOMMOPATE LET'S LAQ SETTEE.'' PERHAPS I SHOULD MENTION, USED THE VERY 8651 OF -THE CHANCE WIUL so >iou GOOD; Hawks centre Mikita could be the third. Stapleton, 33, a veteran of eight seasons with the Black Hawks and a three-time NHL all-star, replaces Marcel Prono- vost as coach of the Cougars who finished last in the WHA West Division last season. Pronovost, with a year re- maining on his contract, will be another post'in the Cou- gar organization. THREATENED TO QUIT "This is an opportunity to ex- pand my hockey said Stapleton who last year threat- ened to quit the Hawks to de- vote his time to. his hockey arena business. Stapleton's retirement threat came after he had returned from the Canada-Soviet Union hockey series last September in which be was one of the out- standing Canadian performers along with Black Hawk defence- mate Bill White. Bill Wirtz, Black Hawks pres- ident, expressed surprise Tues- day that Stapleton had joined the Cougars before the NHL's Aug. 10 deadline on contract of- fcrs. "Pat must have gotten a great offer to have closed the door in .such a said Wirtz. Stapleton said he bad not psr- sonally talked with the Hawks concerning a new contract. "I left that up to my he said. Race results EDMONTON CCP) Northlands Park race results Tuesday: FIRST claiming, 2 year olds, 7 fur- IOOGS. Daogllng Maid (Gold) 8.90 4.60 4.60, Frozen Planet (Shields) 4M 4.60, Itchy Foot (Wiseman) 6.W. Time: 1-5. Senator Sam, Maple Boy, Claras Caper, Honeys Wish, Sheba Echo, also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Steel Slipper (Kipling) 13.40 7.60, 4.10, Petite Fair (Rycroft) 4.70, Lily Finest (Phelan) 3.50. Time: Nobody's Child, Shuswap Sam, Wyn- scope. Joys Premium, also ran. Track Scratch: Magandsir. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Lonk (Parsons) 4.00 140 2.20, Mis- ty Ray (Whittle) 2.40 2-30, Winking Princess 2.40. Time: 2-S. Home James, Blue Mustango, Doo- lins, Image, Simba Sue, also ran. Track Scratch: Barb's Luck. QUINELLA: FOURTH S1WO, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Easy To Love (Shields) 5.20 4.10 3.40, Spanish Gold finds) 11.50 6.30, Alrdrie Bob (Gold) 4.40. Time: 1-S. Chariot Trip, Tea Coffee John, Stuart. Red Victory, also ran. FIFTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Happy Whistler (Gold) 20.W 10.00 5.00, Heirarch (Kipling) 3.90 3.30, As- tro Prince (Parsons) S.20. Time: Courteous, Mary's Fancy, Sure Speed, Corporal Rihot, Something High, also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Brendakendan (Rycroft) 12.10 4.00, Sherzad (McCauley) 11.50 4.60, Mylo Ruler (Kipling) 3.20. Time: 4-5. Eagle Star, Arctic Award, GIftee's Finest, Able Dancer, also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Astra Shot (Whittle) 5.20 4.00 3.10, The Seeker (Shields) 7.20 4.70, Air Strike (Rasmwsseh) 4.90. Time: Mighty Hawk, Merry Muffet, Blue Pines. Sana Marimba, Water Wagon, also ran. EIGHTH Cabalieros Handicap, J year Olds, 5 furlongs. Haydn's Champ (Kipling) 23JO 1.90 4.90, Morning Knight (Inda) 3.70 2.90, Foul Line (D. Wiseman) 3.90. Time: 4-5. Forestry, Daren, Carys Son, Sea Reason, Gold Emperor, also ran. NINTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, miles. Chained Flag (Rycroft) 12.49 7.50, Lustrous Sun (Norrlsl 7.20 jean's Geldle (Whittle) 5JO. Time: 4-5. Sarry T, Silk Burgundy Lass, Let's Get Going, also ran. QUINELLA: Stt-M. RESPECT? BEAT "I had eight great seasons with the Black Hawks. If there is one regret at leaving, it is because of my great respect for Billy Reay. He always treated me like a gentleman." Bear is the Hawks coach. Stapleton said he would per- form as a Cougar player "as long as I feel I can help the team." "As coach, you know, I can bench myself if I'm not doing the job." Other Hawks players who have moved to the WHA in- cluded winger Chris Bordeleau who joined Hull with the Jets, and centres Bryan Campbell and Andre Lacroix who went to Philadelphia Blazers. Stapleton, a native of Sanua, Cut, started his pro hockey ca- reer in 19S9 with Buffalo of the American Hockey League. Except for brief NHL appear- ances with Boston Bruins, be spent seven seasons in the mi- nor leagues until 1965 when the Hawks drafted him from the Toronto Maple Lead' organ- ization. He was named the Western Hockey League's outstanding defexxssn in 1954-65 when he played with the Leafs' farm team at Portland. "I was shooting for a better time so I wasn't all that pleated with what I did, even though it was a new Brummell said. "My last two lengths should have been three seconds faster but I was just too dead at that point to do any more. "I should be at least three to five seconds faster over-all and I'm way behind in competition. I need more alL" Brummell's only worry in tbe final Ian MacKetizto tin Ocean native, who finished third in the event with a time of Paul Hughes of Vancouver was second in "MacKenzde's said Brummell. "I don't think he's ever worked well and be could go a lot faster. ''But I wasn't trying to beat -anyone in particular I just wanted to swim my own way and follow the strategy my coach and I worked out before the I would hold back at first, then move Uf after." Wendy Hasting of the Leth- bridge Amateur Swim Club won the women's 100-metre freestyle: consolation final Tuesday with a time of She had earlier finish-, ed third in one of five heatt. Eric Fish of Medicine Hat, after a third place finish to one heat of the men's WO- metre freestyle, was fourth in the consolation final. Lome Kemmett. hi men't 400 metre individual medley consolation competition, was eighth. RECORDS FALL Miss Stuart, a jun- ior college student from Potato Claire, Que., splashed to a time of in her win, eclipsing a record she had just set in the preliminary heats in the morn- ing. In tbe heat, she was timed in 3-10 of a second fester than the record coming into the meet which Miss Stuart set last year. She said she was worried about one swimmer in the fi- nal-young SyMe Desehamps of Ste. Foy, Que., a suburb of Quebec City. "I was a little worried be- cause she was swimming in fiont of her home crowd. I could hear the shouting. I knew it was her I bad to beat and that's what I aimed for." Phillips, a native of Winnipeg, snapped his old mark in tbe freestyle, by covering the dis- tance in 53.07 seconds. His pre- vious record was 53.5 aet in 1972. Tbe Dolphins' women's relay team was timed in to better the old mark of they held. DOLPHINS WIN In the men's relay, the Dol- phins were clocked in well off the Canadian record. During the week leading up to the championships in the women's 100-metre freestyle, there had been talk that Mfes Cook and Ottawa's Gail Amun- drud would have the best chance of breaking the 60-sec- ond barrier. They didn't come close. Miss Cook's time was and she was followed by Mfes Cliff and Judy Wright "My 50-metre Isn't fast enough said Miss Cook. "I wasn't disappointed in my time though. Tbe three of us Dol- p h i s s-myself, Leslie and to beat Gail and we did." AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE FULL 4 PLY NYLON CORD TIRES VHITEIALU JU3HDRE ALL SIZES bJoclwolil 875-14 825-15 UectwelJs 855-15 885-15 735-14 775-14 775-15 No iliorat tif. nsifllSnf LONG WEARING PRICED AS LOW AS 4 PLY NYLON FOR STRENGTH PWR RADIAL MILE AGE EXCELLEHT TBHC71 ALL SIZES WHITEHALL! 4n Cenoit 165 R 13 LARGER SIZE! 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