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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Thurittuy, July 17, 1972 Race results Nort ON (CP' Race hlands Park Wednesday: FIRST si.500, claiming, 3 year olds, 1 1-14 Roaring Freddie (Norris) 370 00 Wilson gives Warlords Don Wilson scored four hig goals and led the Lcthbridge Kinsmen Warlords to a slim C-5 victory over the Lelhbiidge Y1ICA Adanacs ir, Bantam La- crosse League play Wednesday nighl. Glen Van Buercn and Larry Campbell added a goal each while Ken Hall tallied three Limes for the Adanacs. Morgan Mr.nroe and Paul Bmie also scored a goal each for the Adanacs. who held a 4-2 lead after (he second period. Golf league O LAKESIDE WOMEN'S Low gross LorelLa Jones, Mildred Skrove 49. net Loretta Jones, Mildred Skrove Low team net MaxLne's 173. PINAL STANDINGS Value Vlllaqe 4E M.idrsd SkrovP ..........ii Faye's Apparel Wayfair Vogue INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4ih Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 r7n, Camilla Rocky 7 oO 180, Galjanl Apollo (Hedge) 6 10. Time- Gilded Wings, Coral Glen. Tole Johnny, Lexer, palaDar also ran. SECOND SUM, claiming, 4 year olds J.OO, Time: 7-c EXACTOR: S33.70. SIXTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Summer Beau 'Phelanl Si.iO 1J.40 Cape Dyer (Norns) 3.BO 3-60, Call Me Star 'Shields) 5.70. Time: 1-5. Campus Rebel, For Rex, Justin's Prmce. New Response, Kielia Girl also ran. SEVENTH allowance, 1 year olds. 5 fui lonqs. Eagle S'ar (Norris) 19.60 '.'0 5.50, Belmcnl" Baron (Hedoe) 5.70 390, Wli A Point (Kipling) 4.60. Time: V.01 1-5. Irish Knave, Grandon Park, Trochu joe, West Wind Guy, Sherzak also EIGHTH 51.700, claiming, i year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Rexeciuis fKlplingi 3.50 7.50, Raceri'ic (Combs> J.10 1.60, Theobold 3.00. Time: Good, Clolhes Fashion, Tame Prince NINTH claiming, 4 year olds end up, li B miles. Sione (Combsl 13.30 10.70 Skip- per Tan (Sanchez' A 80 3.10, Precious Aroent CHamilli OO. Time- 3-5. KeD5 Call, Telraipeed, Mr. ful. Reserved Seat, Pauline's Pet also ran. Come on over! PRE- FREEZIN' SEASON OPEN HOUSE JHIS WEEKEND 28 29th Come on over Friday and Saturday and see what the Ca! did for 73. Big, palented improvement like inlernal shock absorbers. The Cat's even smoother! Stronger slaggered cleat design. More efficient, quieter drive system. And a switch that automatically shuts off the engine should the throttle sticK. The 73 Cat s smoother, stronger, safer, sleeker' Come on over and see all ;he new 73 models, [hoy re somothin losee' Puma during our Season Spectacular and we'll install a free elec'ric Grab a "Tell Ihe Cat" blank and jot down how can make sno-.vniobilmg more fun. Get a personal- name for m.ichir.o t at They're ell comin' over Lethbridge Honda Centre Sales and Service 1117 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-BB89 AMPLE FREE PARKINO HP can gel you a room, hnl ll Hikes all kinds of coimerlioiis If you are travelling to Moscow you will need Hucl Mncnnu' i __ lilnc. Mm hrmrc In linl kr> liin num. Cn P..TH nnnnin f -Iml rlrtnc n'hnf 1 hrir unvps nnfl nfflclols. fill MOSCOW (Special) JIos cow July IS. Iludy Hucl, I love you. Now hokl on there. It's nnl what you think nt all. I mean after all. (he guy's a lot older (ban I am. Rudy Hud's hair Is silver, and in a dly of non-smilers, liis comes easily. He's this kir.'l of a guy: as the manager for Air Canada in perhaps the only air- conditioned office in Moscow, he works ill an area where even a Uglitrope is construct- ed of red tape. It's every- where, but lo realize it fully, a guy has to be here. You don't simply reach for a tele- phone and ask for a hotel room. It's hard enough get- Ling the telephone number of a hotel. Rudy smiles through it all. The past year has been spent here Before that, Vienna. He's a Canadian, but his love affair will) languages keeps liiln moving. Put if this way: Any Cana- dian who comes to this city desperately (well: almost desperately) needs a Rudy Hucl. Ever arrive in Moscow without a hotel room and the prepaid vouchers? It's not suggested. Anyway, Rudy telephones somebody at In- tourisl and explains that his prestige is on the Line. It takes a while, but the hotel room is lliere. And who's waiting at the airport to nursemaid a grown man beyond the Intounst people and the Rus- sian cashbox where you pre- pay your hotel accommoda- tions? Rudy. For Rudy, the ruddy Nursemaid, it's only the be- ginning, however. It's a Tuesday afternoon, and a guy reaches into his suit pocket for his passport ar.d visa. Anybody who thinks bread is the staple of life hasn't tried moving around without a passport and a visa in this part of the world. You guessed it. No pass- port. No visa. It's not in the pocket, so it must be In the trousers, right? Wrong. The briefcase, maybe? Nope. The suitcase? No. Lels try it again. Suit pock- et, trousers, briefcase, suit- case. No luck. Now it's under the bed, the table, the desk, the bathroom, the typewriter case. Nothing. Let's go It again, item by Item. Noth- ing. AVhen was the last lime you were clouted in the chest with an anvil? Or maybe Joe Fra- zier's left fist? How about a two-ton truck? It's not panic, but why am I shaking? A few minutes later, a guy walks into Rudy's office. "I've got big trouble, Rudy." "You couldn't see the hock- ey passport and visa have been lost or stolen." "You've got big says Rudy. Then he says: "Did you get them "Did I get what "The passport and the says Rudy. "A visitor leaves it uith the reception desk when he checks in. Then he must get it back from the service department the next day. Did you get them back? Let's walk down to the ser- vice department to see." The passport and the visa, bless him, were there, but s'help me, 1 still don't remem- ber leaving it with the recep- tion desk warden. It happens, apparently, m a n y, many times. "It often says Canadian Embassy Secretary Gary Smith, "When someone is travelling alone. The long flight the guest ir lired he forgets. Eventually, somebody reminds him. bill Cloningcr released ST. LOUS fAI'l SI. Louis Caidinals asked for waivers Wednesday lo (jivp veteran riRhl-liamlc'd pilohn1 Tony Clon- inRcr his unconditional release. The Cardinals said Ihey were asking waivers on lo make, room on the rosier for huwlor Hemiis UipEins, who compiled n 7.2 rer-'irrl and ,n I earned run average, al Tulsa. Iliwjins, 0-2 wilh Ihc Cardi- nals in nine relief appearances liefnre heinq sent lo Tulsa Ihis year, will join Ihc club Thurs- day in Montreal. Cloninpcr. 0-2 in 17 names wilh SI. l.onis Ihis season, was acquired fj-ani Cincinnati Mils sprinj; in a Irade for veteran second baseman Julian Javier. the hours In hchvcen can be prelly he laughed. The people from Can- ada who will fly lieve lo walch Ihe September series with the Sovicls, aren't likely to run info the difficulties of a lourist on his own. So says Embassy official Smith. "We've got everything laid on from this he says. "The Canadians will move in groups, and be lakcn lo res- taurants ar.d tours by groups. There'll Ire Inlourist people wilh them at all times, and they'll be transported from one place lo another al all limes. I don't contemplate running into any serious prob- lems as long as everybody is logethcr and docs what they're (old." Two thousand tickets have been set aside for Canada fur the games here 250 lo the Canadian Embassy, :i30 to Hockey Canada for players, their wives and officials, and the remaining for the general public. Don't forgcl almut that passport and visa, though. Joe Frazier's left hook to tho chest is no fun. Minnesota have Three Musketeers Viking backs have togetherness By TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS Like the Three Musketeers of fiction, Gene Washington, Char- lie West and Clint Jones have declared themselves to be one for all and all for one. Washington Is a wide re- ceiver. West a defensive back and Jones a running back who helped Minnesota Vikings win the Central Division title in the National Football Conference last season. Now they are negotiating for new contracts as free agents and were missing Wednesday when Vikings opened camp at Manltato, Minn. Jim Finks, general manager of the Vikings, said he had re- jected their new wrinkle and had started trade talks with the other NFL clubs. "They informed me that none of them would sign until all three were satisfied with their Finks said. "If two out of the three were satisfied and the third wasn't then none would sign. They would not ne- gotiate on an individual basis." "I (old Ihem I couldn't accept those terms Because 1 felt they were not good for the Vikings and I thought it was a bad precedent to Finks continued. Another free agent, wide re- ceiver John Henderson, also has not yet signed, but he is negoti- ating on an individual basis. While the Washington-Wesl- Jones method of negotiating is new to pro football, there is a precedent for it in major league baseball. In 19fiG, Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale, ace pitchers for Los Angeles Dodgers, agreed not lo sign unlil both were satisfied. Elsewhere, Tom Landry, coach of Dallas Cowboys, said the 'Super Bowl champions are prepared for a tough lesl against the College All-Stars Friday nighl in Chicago. "There's been a lot of off-sea- son talk about how the pros would defence the triple op- Landry said. "Well, our defence will have a big mental test." Landry also said he will con- tinue lo call (he plays for thet New York Gionls, who meet Cowboys by shuttling his tight Kansas City Chiefs in the Pro ends on every play. I Hall of Fame game al Canton, Ohio, Saturday, disclosed that Don Herrmann looks as If ha could be the best wide receiver. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by While Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland FIBERGLASS BELTED TIRE SALE blackwoll (825x14) G7B. Whilewalli only more in lh following aizc OOOM1LES CHROME REVERSE WHEELS Spin-on or drop-In lype. Meels r-w car warranty requirement. Mosl Canadian ond U.S. cars. Dirocl-A-Sound storro spenkcr. 5" round speaker louvrrcd grill to dired jountJ. BS-55L HANG-ON STEREO SPEAKER 1 1.88 Pn'r "Tfie racer'; edge" for beMer engine performance. 1.5 oz. jize l.mlr 2. DELUXE 8 TRACK STEREO Llidc bnr conkols, hu'll in hurrjlar alnrm. J2voll ricrjnlivc or posilive ground. All Canadicn U.S. Can Ex- cept diic brake: Here's What We Do: Install premium brake shoes o.i all 4 wheels. Rebuild 4 wheel cylinders Resurface 4 drums Precision grind linings Replace brakes hard- ware, all 4 wheels- Bleed, flush and refill brake system. Inspect master cylinder Repack front wheel bearinqs Road Tesl Car. LUBE, OIL, AND FILTER SPECIAL 6 66 INCLUDES Inilallirig brand namf alroighr weight oil (4 qll.) of cuilomcr'i choice. Installing new FRAM oil filler (ipln on or drop Chrmii lubricolion. Three years of dependable sfarting power guaranteed. Adjuslment, if needed, pro- rated on months uied based on current selling price. TURTLE LIQUID CAR WAX .97 EACH Dclergenl reiiilnnl cnr wax for long (tilling iliinoi. 18 oz. bolllc. Model T-I23C. Deep dish new wheclj wild rich nickel chrome finish. No exchange reeded. '14" ond CHROME 1.97 TURTLE HARD SHELL WAX 1 46 Fomoui luper hard iricll finiih. Easy lo me. Rciiili detergent. 14 oz, can Includes cipplicolor. Because We're Woolco... 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