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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY NIGKT IN Special 10 day Excursion ex Edmonton Sept. 28 return airfare admission to 4 sightseeing Only per person double occupancy For information and bookings. Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mill Phone 326-3201 The Herald Sports UthbridgiOfflci Furniture Lower Level 7th 81. Shopping Mill LcthbrMgt. Phone 321-7411 FILING Substitute teams open NFL season THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two teams of substitute players were set to open the National Football League ex- hibition season today in Can- while in Washington a first-string federal media- tion team hopes to do the same for the regular NFL season It was expected there would be more veterans picketing outside the stadium than play- ing inside it today when the Hall of Fame game belatedly opened the NFL's preseason schedule in Ohio. The College All-Star which was scheduled for Fri- day is the traditional way to begin an NFL exhibi- tion campaign But that game didn't survive the NFL Players Association strike and was cancelled. The Hall of Fame Game didn't go and even gained a restraining order limiting the picketing of the contest. George Blanda reports SANTA Calif. George Blanda considers himself well paid and fairly I'm here to get ready for my 25th year of pro At age he accepts the curfews and bedchecks that striking National Football League players would like to abolish. always believed in dis- cipline. If a team isn't well it's not going to win Blanda reported to Oakland Raiders' picketed training camp Thursday a football player first. It's my livelihood. This was my reporting and I'm Blanda is or was a member in good standing of the NFL Players back in I voted against never believed we needed a strike The owners presented a good economic package to us As for the players' freedom I really can't go along with Blanda said he feels the op- tion clauses in as well as the curfews set by most coaches in training camp and on road are necessary. County Court Judge William Morris issued the order to both the NFLPA and the sup- porting United Auto Workers. It limited picketing during the game to six players and two members of the UAW at each gate In the top federal mediator announced the resumption of negotiations between the NFLPA and owners of the 26 NFL clubs. W.J. director of the federal mediation and con- ciliation said he would take charge of the which broke off last when they resume again Tuesday. Some observers say the players position has weakened because of the increasing number of veterans who have reported to training camps. The NFL Management bargaining agent for the said 184 veterans were in NFL camps around the including Roman star quarterback of Philadelphia who crossed the line Thursday night. Quarterbacks Randy Johnson and Norm Snead and tight end Bob all from the joined Gabriel Fri- day on the other side of the NFLPA picket line. But Ed executive director of the players associ- said- got at least 40 guys on almost every team m the league who are not go- ing into camp. To help keep the picket line Garvey said strike aid would be available to players short of money Any striking veteran could receive between and a week as a loan Jr. Miners play tonight The Lethbridge Junior Miners will be fighting for their Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League lives again tonight when they take on the Acme Pirates in playoff action beginning at 8 p.m. at Henderson Park. The Junior Miners whipped Vauxhall 14-6 Thursday as the second half of the SAJBL double knockout playoff tournament opened in Lethbridge. The Calgary Golden Spikes and Junior Giants were scheduled to tangle at 2 this with the loser of that game playing tonight's winner in semi-final action Sunday. The Spike-Giant winner will get a bye into the championship final. DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern 3O8 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 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 Person who wants to Learn the parts Business person for pick-up deliveries In shop automobile mechanics INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES SERVICE CENTRE 304 Stafford Drive ALBERTA Race results Strike three This unidentified Moose Jaw batter failed to make contact and went down swinging during third inning action of the all-important prairie provinces senior little league playoff match against the Lethbridge All-Stars at Henderson Stadium Friday night. The locals stayed alive in the three-day double-knockout finals by eliminating Moose Jaw 21-12. Locals blast Moose Jaw By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge All-Stars are still alive in the Prairie Provinces Senior Little League baseball championships after downing Moose Jaw 21-12 Friday at Henderson Park. The locals used 10 including seven in a and seven passed balls to rack up an incredible 15 runs on just four hits in the fifth inning to break the game wide open. Caigary rang up seven runs in the third inning and went on to defeat Edmonton 10-4 in the other game staged Friday. Lethbridge was scheduled to meet Edmonton this morning at 11 a.m. with the winner taking on Calgary at 5 p.m. in championship final action. Lethbridge trailed 5-4 going into the fifth inning of last night's but the generosity of Moose Jaw pitchers enabled them to coast to the victory while the Saskatchewan team was eliminated from further competition. Keith Johnson opened the big inning with a followed by Dave Miskulin's double and Alex Gepneris' infield single. An error scored two runs and then Moose Jaw pitchers walked seven Lethbridge batters in a row. The locals crossed the plate 15 times before Moose Jaw reliever Jim Foster managed to retire the side by striking out Dave Miskulin on his third at-bat of the inning. Alex Gepneris started on the mound for Lethbridge and was credited with the win. He got relief help from Don Burla in the late stages of the game. Keith Tuttle and Dave Miskulin each had a double and single for the locals while Steve Wallick was outstanding in a losing cause for Moose Jaw with a triple and two singles. Calgary got three-hit pitching and nine strikeouts from Kelly Derkson as they dumped Edmonton to remain the only undefeated club in the double-knockout tournament. Dave Salahor ripped a triple and Gary Sabasch hammered out a double to spark the Irish players had fair hearing SOUTH Ind. Notre Dame coach Ara Parseghian said Friday that the dismissal of six Irish foot- ball players came after a full Parseghian I feel they six receiv- ed a full hearing. there has been no criminal charge. None. This is strictly a university violation and a university suspension. Parseghian said he had the general feeling the athletes ALMOST LIKE DAD BALTIMORE For Tim in one respect at it's a case of like like son. Young the football-playing son of the former New York Yankees' baseball is a rookie wide receiver in the training camp of Baltimore Colts. Like his now manager of New York Tim is wear- ing uniform No. 8. 28 years Barber Service m Lethbridge Holiday Village Mall 489 Mayor Magrath Drive Centrally located Air conditioned comfort Lots of free parking ANDY TOLLIN BARBERSHOP PETERSON PURVIS Barristers and Solicitors 6th Street South wish to announce that effective July 1974 L. BRIAN B. Comm. LLB. will be associated with them in the practise of Law PETERSON PURVIS Barristers and 321A 6th Street South 5225 48th Highway want to serve their suspen- sions and reapply for admis- sion which would be no earlier than the fall of 1975. The expulsion loss of defen- sive end Ross safe- ty Luther defensive end Wilhe Fry and running back Al followed serious injuries suffered by running back Eric guard Steve Quehl and defen- sive back Tim Simon. Also dismissed in the University action announced by the school Thursday follow- ing a complaint filed by an 18- year-old woman were reserve backs Roy Henry and Dan Knott. is a tragedy because they are basically good Parseghian said. they did violate dorm and those rules are known and un- derstood County prosecutor William E. said the young woman's complaint charged an alleged rape July 3 in a campus dormitory occupied by football players. He said there was no evidence to support the charges except the woman's complaint. Golf league LAKESIDE GOLF Low net Tony Jarvie 29. Low gross Dean Marker 37. Low team net Flemings. D. S. G. D. Bennett 147. Eight-point sweep Pahulje over Dorigatti. STANDINGS Fleming 105 Jubilee 102 Ace.......................... 101 Fraches.............100 CHEC......................96 Singers ........................96 Pahulje......................89 Parsons......................83 Union 76 .......................82 CJOC ................82 Herald ........................80 Dorigatti......................79 Imperial Life.................77 Sugar Beelers ..................75 Walkers .70 House of Lethbridge ............69 A W ........................60 seven-run third inning for the Calgary club. Derkson went the distance on the hill for Calgary while Hill gave way to the relief of Wayne Cikaluk in the fourth frame for Edmonton. Salahor had a single to go along with his triple and Reg Barrow added a pair of singles to pace the Calgary batters Dan Don and Brad Sutherland were the only Edmonton batters to manage singles against the stingy chucking of Derkson Lethbridge was scheduled to meet the same Edmonton team that beat them 7-2 Thursday this morning with the winner advancing to meet Calgary at 5 p.m. Should Calgary win that they will take the tournament and advance to face the British Columbia champions for the right to represent Western Canada in the Canadian Senior Little League championships this year. If they there will be another game at Henderson Park Sunday beginning at 6 p.m. to decide the champion. Lethbridge 030 1 15 7 5 Moose Jaw 005 0 3 5 6 Gepneris Burla and Meyer Penn Foster and Lilhco. Calgary 307 000 9 5 Edmonton 300 000 Derkson and Hill Cikaluk and Dean Country Club golf event set The Lethbridge Country Club Men's Invitational Golf Tournament is all set to go next August 4 and 5 in the riverbottom. The course is reported to be in excellent condition for the match play which will be limited to the first 144 paid entries. Entrants will play an 18- hole qualifying round and are guaranteed three nine-hole matches in the two days of tournament competition. Championships matches in each flight will go a full 18 making a possibility of four matches for the topnotch golfers in the crowd. The entry free includes green fees as well as a dinner. Interested persons can enter by sending their cheque to the Lethbridge Country Club Invitational or by going down to the riverbottom course and registering there any time during the week. The tournament is restricted to shotmakers 18 EDMONTON Race results at Northlands Park Friday FIRST claiming. 2 year furlongs Alena's Honey 6.20 3.50 2.60. Peanut Snapper 3 40 War Times Raider 3.50. 1.07 4-5. Diamond Spangled Whistling Top Arctic Afer Kalahame Wizard also ran. SECOND 3 year 1 mile Sea Santa 45 9015 10 7 Lucky Lawman 5 90 4.50. Blinking Billy 5 80 Time. 1.42. Little Coral Brother Broken Magic Mover also ran. DAILY THIRD claiming. 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Duke De Entre 5.90 4.00 Hills Of Snow 650 4 Beauco 6 10 Time- 1-12 1-5 Mary's Amber Star Shady Tole Windy Jean's Goidie also ran FOURTH 4 year olds and 1 1-16 mile. Rusty Rouser 11 30 4 60 In The Groove 4.20 Kit Somers 5.80. Time- 1-44 1-5 Lord Sure Hope You Hard To Please. Arctic Ed The Due also ran FIFTH 3 year 1 1- 16 miles Snow Joke 5 60 3.70 Aremar 7 40 5 Alderick 7 80. Time 1 46 2-5 l Hillside Hero. Malia's Risk N Proud Hail To Are Tee also ran SIXTH 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Gift Box 7.00 3 70 2 Bermark 3 70 3 Astra Shot 3 00 Time. 1.11 2-5 Aunt Peaceful Cindy. Win A Point also ran SEVENTH 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Jay's Victory 11 10520330. Bolcanic 10 20 5 30. Maior Presto 3 30. Time 111 1-5 Dozen Windsor's Jimmy. Irish Feather also ran. EIGHTH S7.000. 3 year 11-16 miles Pilot Bird 8 10 5 30 4.10. Little Fiddler 33 60 8 30. Flotation 3 10 Time 1 44 Sherwood Lord Progressive Hope. Irish Forestry. Haydn's Champ. Fore Mr. Peppard also ran NINTH 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Theobold 5 70 3 30 3 OO.Nayu 3.90 3 10. Beau Arctic 4 00 Time 1114-5 Revel Tarte. Fair Pay Your Bill also ran ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES National GBL iia ___ t 3 7 8 les 5Vi 13 14 23 American League Philadelphia St Louis Pittsburgh Montreal Chicago New York Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Fran San Oiego Games St LOUIS Forsch at Chicago Bonham Pittsburgh Brett and Kison at Philadelphia P.uthven and Twitchell San Diego Spillner at Cincinnati Carroll Los Angeles Downing at Atlanta Morton Montreal McAnally at New York Apodaca San Francisco D'Acquisto at Houston Dierker FRIDAY'S RESULTS Philadel 000 102 7 10 2 Chicago 010 025 15 1 Lonborg Scarce Hernaiz Watt and Boone Reuschel Frailmg Zamora and Swisher. HRs. Williams Johnstone Pittsburgh 200 000 7 0 Montreal 000 000 5 0 Ellis Hernandez and Blair and Foote. Stmson HR. San Diego at ppd rain San Francisco 005 000 5 1 Cincinnati 011 020 8 0 Sosa and GuMett Baney Barroll Borbon and Bench. HR. New York 002 000 12 0 St. LOUIS 000 000 4 0 Seaver and Hrabosky and Simmons. HR. Los Angeles 110 310 001 13 0 Houston 203 000 200 8 16 1 Hough Marshall and Ferguson Cosgrove Forsch and M May HRs- Wvttcrn Conference W L T F API Edmonton 1 0 0 31 72 B C 1 0 0 23 20 2 Winnipeg..........000 0 00 Calgary 0 1 0 20 23 0 Sask........... 010 7 31 0 Boston Cleveland Baltimore New York Milwaukee Detroit Oakland Chicago Kansas City Texas Minnesota California TODAY'S GAMES Detroit LaGrow at Cleveland J Perry Minnesota Corbm at Oakland Hunter Chicago Johnson at Texas Hargan Milwaukee Champion at Baltimore Garland New York Tidrow at Boston Cleveland Kansas City Dal Canton at California Figueroa FRIDAY'S RESULTS Boston 000 000 000 4 1 Detroit 000 000 000 Cleveland and Coleman and Moses. Lamoni Milwaukee 001 000 8 1 New York 000 200 12 1 Colborn and Porter Dobson Lyle and Munson. HR Baltimore 200 000 003 13 0 Cleveland 014 000 000 11 0 Jefferson Jackson Johnson and Etchebarren G. Perry. Beene and Duncan HRs. Blair Davis Chicago 000 003 695 Texas 112 301 16 1 Kaai Moran Pillock Gossage and Downing Bibby Foucault and Sundberg HRs- Minnesota 020 001 7 0 Oakland 000 004 15 0 Blyleven Campbell Burgmeier and Abbot Lmdblad Fingers and Hosley HR Kansas City 000 000 8 2 California 000 010 8 1 Busby and Healy. Sells Qumtana Lockwood and Rodriguez MINOR LEAGUE American Association Evansville 11 Oklahoma City 1 Indianapolis 9 Tulsa 3 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Tire Sales and Service 402 1st Ave. S -Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;