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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 HOCKEY NIGHT IN MOSCOW Special 10 day Excursion ex Edmonton Sept 28 return airfare accommodation meals admission to 4 games sightseeing Only 00 per person double occupancy For information and bookings Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Villag. Mall 328-3201 The Herald Sports Short sport BRITAIN WINS JUMPING WEMBLEY England Britain displaying spec- tacular and nearly faultless nding defeated the United States in the Prince of Wales Cup at the Roval international horse show Thursday Four British riders jumped a total ot 104 fences with only one mistake The U S was second with eight faults Holland third with 20 and West Ger- many last with 24 PLAYER FOR SAN DIEGO For the waiver fee San Diego Chargers are getting their 1 defensive choice of 1967 lineman Ron Billingslev The Chargers traded him in 1971 to Houston which later sent him to New Orleans Billingslev signed to play one for San Diego MAKES MOVE HONOLULL Danny Rogers general manager of the Hawanans of the World Football League announced he is leaving the team to become a league vice- president Rogers will be in charge of international ex- pansion Safe at third Pat Keenan of the Lethbndge Senior Little League is just a fraction late with his tag at third base Thursday evening Action continues today Locals bow in opener By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer Lethbndge will have to come through the back door if they are to win the Prairie Provinces Senior Little League baseball cham- pionships this weekend at Henderson Park The locals ran up against the stingy pitching of Edmon ton s Brad Sutherland Thur- sday and managed only a pair of singles as they went down to a 7-2 defeat in their first game in the double-knockout tournament Meanwhile Calgary ran up an 8 0 lead in the first inning and roasted to a 15-1 triumph over Moose Jaw in the other contest staged Thursday Edmonton and Calgary will take the field at 3 30 tnis afternoon while both Lethbndge and Moose Jaw face elimination when they tangle m a game set to go at 5 30 p m at Henderson Pai k Three walks loaded the bases for Edmonton in the se- cond inning and Dan Kmasewich s double brought all three runners home to give the northern visitors a 4 2 lead which Lethbndge could not overcome Three more walks and three Lethbndge errors gave Ed monton another three runs in the sixth frame to cinch the victory Kmasewich had a single to go along with his big double and five other Edmonton players got singles Only Mike Coghlin and Dave Miskulm managed singles off who fanned 10 batters along the way Miskulm went the distance on the hill for Lethbndge striking out six batters in a Miners host In the other opening-round Calgary took advan- tage of 14 Moose Jaw errors and seven walks to rack up their 15 runs on just seven hits Kelly Dersken blasted a tn- Mustangs The Lethbndge Miners will be gunning for their fifteenth victory of the 1974 Calgary Major Men's Fastball League season when they plaj to the Calgary Mustangs at Dave Elton Park tonight The who are fresh from sweeping a pair of games against Calgary Tape Deck Wednesday will play the visitors twice but only one league game is scheduled for the evening The first tilt slated for 7 45 p m is the only official league tut while the second en- counter set for 9pm is an ex- hibition game Sansei looks for sweep Lethbndge Sansei will travel to Medicine Hat over the weekend to wrap up their Alberta bantam baseball southern zone playoff final Sansei leads the best of three series 1-0 and need just another win to be able to host the provincial finals in August pie and Greg Barrow had two singles for who got a one hitter from Work in the six inning game Dwight Pearson was the only Moose Jaw batter to get to Work for a single The loser of the Edmonton Calgary game today will meet the Lethbndge Moose Jaw winner at 11 am Saturday Another game is set for 5 p m Saturday at Henderson with the final if scheduled for 6 p m Sunday FLY BALLS Even more disappointing than the 7 2 loss had to be the poor sport- smanship displayed by the Lethbndge team in yester- day s game several times the umpires were forced to threaten ejection to silence local protests but this type of thing has plagued Lethbndge minor baseball games all year and one can- not expect anything different in playoff competition it looked like something out of Gulliver's Travels with the Little Leaguers playing in the huge Henderson Park they didn't use much of the outfield one Lethbridge batter slashed a clean hit between first and second only to be thrown out at first by the nghtfielder most spec- tacular play of the day goes to Edmonton's Rick who leapt over top of Lethbndge catcher Ken Lang to evade the tag and score a run Moose Jaw 000 1 14 Calgary 812 31x 7 1 Walhck Grant Steen and Lillico Arkel and Barrow Lethbridge 101 000 0 224 Edmonton 130 030 x 7 2 Miskulm and Lang Sutherland and Paul Striking players dig the heels in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There were three extra pickets walking the line Thurs- day outside a auto assembly plant which has been struck iy the United Auto Workers They were National Football League players Ed Podolak of Kansas City Gary Ballman of Minnesota Vikings and Don Diedorf of St Louis Cardi- nals and their appearance was no accident The football players were trading their services at the park for a pledge of picket help by the UAW when the NFL Players Association throws its line up at Saturday's Hall of Fame Game in Ohio The game between the St Louis Cardinals and Buffalo Bills will be played by rookies free agents and non striking veterans with the NFLPA and 150 volunteers from UAW Local 1112 picketing outside the stadium WON'T JOIN LINE Edward board chairman of UAW Local 542 said his union representatives have voted not to join the picket line The Hall of Fame said it had received about 500 demands tor including one from Frank president of the Greater Cleveland Labor Federation 'I'm an avid pro football said but I re- fuse to be a scab football fan a trickle of veterans continued to show up at NFL camps The NFL Management the league s bargaining agent with the Players said 165 veterans had reported to training camps despite the strike The only teams without any veterans in camp were Denver Bron- cos and Minnesota Vikings Cincinnati has 21 the largest veteran con- tingent of any team The latest Bengal to report was defensive tackle Mike one of the players who show- ed up Thursday San Francisco 49ers added two vets when defensive end Cednc Hardman and linebacker Willie Harper walked into carnp Quarterback Ken Stabler and George Blanda show- ed up in Oakland Raiders' camp Blanda will be getting ready for his 25th season of professional football In Green about 20 striking Green Bay Packer and Chicago Bear players were arrested after ignoring a court order restraining them from picketing Lambeau Field Among those arrested were Ken Bowman and Mac Per- cival player representatives for the Packers and respectively An order signed earlier in the day by Circuit Court Judge Donald Gleason temporarily restrained strikers from picketing within the parking lot perimeter host finals The Lethbndge Bantam Northstars should have their work cut out for them on the weekend as they host the 1974 Alberta bantam A playoff finals Four provincial represen- tatives will seek the Alberta title in the two-day double- knockout tourney slated to go at Dave EUon Park Saturday afternoon The Northstars and Calgary will officially open the all or nothing tourney at four o clock and will be followed by the Peace River reps facing Camrose at six The losers of the opening two games will finish off the first round action at eight o clock in the evening On the other the winners of the first two games open play in the second and final round Sunday morning at 10 o clock Action will continue at 12 o clock noon with the loser of the morning tilt taking on the winner of Saturday's 8pm encounter The winners of this match will then advance to the final and must defeat their op- ponents twice in order to cap- ture the Alberta crown Should a second final game be needed it'll go at 4 p m KING PLAYS FLYERS PHILADELPHIA Bilhe Jean star of Phila delphia Freedoms of World Team will play two members of Philadelphia Fly- the National Hockey League Stanley Cup cham- next Tuesday The player-coach of the Freedoms will take on Flyers centre Rick MacLeish and winger Gary Dornhoefer HELP WANTED Due to the expansion of our organization the following personnel are required for immediate FULL COMPANY BENEFITS Pension Plan Equipment Salesman Parts Man Young Person who wants to Learn the parts Business Young person for pick-up deliveries in shop automobile mechanics INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES ft SERVICE CENTRE 304 Stafford Drive ALBERTA Argos have little trouble with Ottawa Stampeders come up three short VANCOUVER Lanky Monroe Eley of British Columbia Lions said he was ready for the football Thursday which was unfortunate for Calgary Stampeders Eley ran but mainly around the Stamps as the Lions recorded a 23-20 vic- tory in the opening game in the Western Football Conference Eley ran a kickoff back for 110 yards and a got the only other B C major on a six-yard spurt around right end in the opening quarter and destroyed the Stampeders with 112 yards along the ground on 20 carries The game featured the 1 ground-bound heroics of Eley against the deft aerial attack of Calgary quarterback Peter Liske Liske was operating behind a line rapped before the game by Calgary coach Jim but Wood proved himself a master psychologist as the blockers gave the veteran Liske protection and the cannj quarterback took some of the steam out of the B C defensive rush with some well-executed screen passes that caught the rushers out of position The Stamps were the authors of their own misfor- gifting the Lions early in the game with turnovers deep in their own end A poor an interception by Barry Ardern and a fumble by Gene Thomas set up B C scores The Stamps trailed 11-1 at the end of the first quarter and 14-4 at the half The Lions led 21-20 with 15 minutes remaining Besides Eley's 12 the Lions got 11 points from kicker Ivan who converted both added a pair of field goals and got three singles off wide field goals The Stamps got two touch- downs from Thomas on runs of one and eight yards after Liske had moved them in close with pin-point passes Brian Marcil got them a two point safety by tackling B C quarterback Don Moorhead in the B C end Don Moulton kicked a single and Larry Robinson got a field goal and two converts In Toronto an off- season rebuilding job paid quick dividends for head coach John Rauch of Toronto Argonauts Thursday night 17 newcomers in the the Argos surprised Ottawa Rough the standpat Grey Cup cham- 19-3 in the Eastern Football Conference opener for both teams The Argos won with rookies at such key positions as runn- ing back Orange and Ed and middle linebacker and quarterback who started only one game as a CFL rookie last year But Dave a player Rauch said he didn't want on his team a little earlier this month took a major share of the glory in the opening upset before a CNE Stadium crowd of Raimey intercepted three Ottawa running one of them hack 37 and star- red at cornerback The Argos got touchdowns from Orange and Mike Eben Zenon Andrusyshyn kicked a 20-yard field two singles and two converts Gerry Organ's first-quarter field goal gave Ottawa its only points LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower 7th Street Shopping Mill AibtHa Phone 328-7411 Store Hours 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday. Closed Saturdays. Six Notre Dame players suspended SOUTH Ind Six Notre Dame football play- ers including the heart of the Irish have been sus- pended from school for at least a year The South Bend Tribune sayb the case involves a com- plaint filed by an 18-year-old woman that she had been raped A prosecutor said six Notre Dame football players were under investigation in a rape allegation but no charges nad been filed Notre Dame acknowledged that a 'small number of stu- dents had been but it would not say how many there were and would not identify them as football players However Ara coach of the United States' collegiate said in a telephone interview that all were members of his team It s a great disap- pointment one of those things that and we 11 just have to set it behind us said Parseghian adding he would not become involved in the matter The alleged rape attempt occurred in the campus dor- mitory occupied by football players on July according to St Joseph County Prosecutor William Voor Parseghian was quoted earlier as saying that the violation of school rules involved in the dis- missals was related to dor- mitory regulations The university in a short statement said the serious violation of universitv rules which prompted the dis- missals was not a criminal matter ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet GBL Philadel 50 46 521 St Louis 48 49 495 Montreal 46 49 484 3Vz Pittsburgh 46 50 479 4 Chicago 41 53 436 8 New York 40 54 426 9 West Los Angel 65 34 657 Cincinnati 60 40 600 Houston 51 48 515 14 Atlanta b1 49 510 San Fran 45 55 450 San Diego 43 59 422 23 A First San Fran 301 060 201 13 17 2 Cincinnati 052 000 16 2 Caldwell Bradley Bryant Sosa Moltitt and Rader Kirby Baney Borbon McEnaney C Carroll Hall Billmgham and Plummer Hrs Cm Concepcion Bench Perez SF Bonds Second San Fran 000 000 000 0 5 2 Cincinnati 110 012 OOx 5 8 1 Halicki Bryant Barber and Boccabella Norman and Bench Hr Cm Griffey Firsi New York 030 000 000 0 3 91 St Louis 000 020 001 1 14 1 Koosman McGraw Aker and Grole Gibson Folkers and Simmons Second New York 000 000 3 2 St Louis 100 200 6 0 Matlack Miller and Hodges Foster and Hill HR THURSDAY'S RESULTS Phila 013 015 000 10 13 1 Chicago 001 000 100 70 Carlton and Boone Hooton LaRoche Pma Burns Todd and Swisher Hr Pha Montanez San Diego 000 000 000 0 0 2 0 Atlanta 000 000 000 1 1 50 Jones Hardy Laxton Johnson and Kendall Reed House and Correll First Pittsburgh 202 001 000 5 63 Montreal 230 041 OOx 10 101 Rooker Morlan Patterson Hernandez and Sanguillen Renko and Foote Hr Pgh Oliver Mtl Jorgensen Second Pittsburgh C10 001 010 3 7 0 Montreal 000 001 001 2 7 0 Reuss Giusti and Sanguillen Rogers Taylor and Foote Mrs Pgh Sanguillen Stargell Mil Bailey First Los Angeles400 061 15 0 Houston 000 100 110 3 11 0 Sutton Marshall and Yeager Osteen Richard York Forsch Scherman Cosgrove and M May Hrs Hou Rader LA Wynn Second Los Angeles 000 001 100 5 1 Houston 000 000 000 0 7 0 Rau and Ferguson Wilson Forsch and Johnson AMERICAN New Kan THURSDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee 000 000 000 0 5 1 New York 100 000 000 1 5 1 Wright and Porter Medich and Munson Boston 420 500 010 12 17 0 Detroit 000 110 101 4 10 0 Moret Drago and Montgomery Lohch Slayback Lemanczyk and Mobes Hrs Bos Yastrzemski Harper Del Kalme Moses Chicago 001 000 7 0 Texas OiO 201 OOx 4 10 1 Wood Herrmann Jenkins and Sundberg Hr Texas Frogsi First Baltimore 000 021 040 7 81 Cleveland 000 142 lOx 12 2 McNally Johnson Hood and Hendncks Bosman Ellmgsen Beene Buskey and Duncan Hrs Bait Hendncks Cle Duncan Second Baltimore 000 101 010 000 16 1 Cleveland 000 100 002 000 13 1 Grimsley Reynolds Jack son Alexander and Williams Peterson Buskey Hilgendorf and Duncan HR Minnesota 000 000 3 1 Oakland 201 110 10 3 Decker Butler and Borgmann Blue and Tenace HRS Green Kan City 100 000 6 2 California 010 000 12 0 Sphttorff Mmgori Bird and Healy Ryan and Rodriguez MINOR LbAGUE By THE CANADIAN PRESS International League No games scheduled American Association No games scheduled Pacific Coast League Albuquerque 7 Sacramento 4 Tacoma 6-0 Phoenix 3-1 Spokane 8 Tucson 5 Salt Lake 4 Hawaii 2 Eastern League Waterbjry 3 0 Trois Rivieres 2-1 Reading 5 Bristol 4 Quebec 4 Pittsfield 3 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. 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