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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta players can't agree Trouble arises in CFL MONTREAL (CD Negotia- tions between the Canadian Football League and the players association reached an impasso Thursday, but Gerry Patterson, executive director ol the asso- ciation said the players "aren't talking about a strike." the kind of association we have such talk would be Ic- gaily Patterson said In an Interview after tlio negotiations were suspended. "But we have several drastic plans of action. And the mem- bership has. endorsed this. ANDY CAPF 1FONLVWE WER MORE TO EACH OTHER THAN TUSrGOO> PAR IF OMLV TO EACH OTHER THAN TUST AN' WIFE Race results EDMONTON fCP) results 'ram Norlhlands Park Thursday: FIRST 1UM, claiming, 2 year olds, 5 fur- longs. Rusty Woler (Combs) X.JO 300 250, Windy Haven (Shields) 6.40 4.4Q, Beat- lies Ribbon (Hedge) -MO. Time: M, Morning Mini, Choice, Monday's Promise, Shady Merry also ran. SECOND tUOQ, claiming, 3 year olds, J fur- lonas. Hops Dream (Levins) B.W 4.00 2.90, Resl I ess Willow (Sludnyk) 3.60 Silver Waters (Wiseman) 3.20. Time: 1-5. Miss Ballaspree. Madam Flliger- Bld, We Were Right, Campui Gem, Rute also ran. DAILY DOUBLEi "0.40. THIRD JMOO, claiming, 4 year oldi and up, F furlongs. Amber Day (Levlne) 76.50 20.10 1.30, Burgandy Lass (Shields) 4.70 3.10, Fleet Flitter I Ry troll) 9.60. Time; 3-5. The Iron Girl, O'GemenI, Billy Cherl, Rushing Girl, Jim KeeH also QUINELLAI M3.2D. FOURTH claiming, 4 year oldi and up, Ph miles. Bomb Striker (Levlne) 7.10 3.80 I.TO, Stumbling Cub (Gold) 3.HO 3.10, ice Alley (Senchei) S.W. 1-5. Blue Strc Tall Rldgi Yousw In, loll, NI pa win, Dance Wilh AH also ran. FIFTH allowance, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Shield Of Hope (Kipling) 5.00 3.00 J.JO, Emerald Lin (Rasmussen) 5.10 3.30, Bramble Magic (Hemil) 2.70. Time: 3-5. win 'N Grin, Mister Slormy, May Trip also ran. EXACTOR: 131.40, SIXTH claiming, 4 year oldi And up, 7 fudoncs. Tally Boy (Rasmussen) 8.00 5.00, Point lo Me (Sanchez) 10.80 5.30, Junior Orbll (Norrls) 3.20. Time: Miss Victory, Explorate, Wee CeL tic, Duchesi Nan, Battle Match also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, IVa miles. Perfect Host (Kipling) 13.60 5.10 4.JO, Power (Sanchez) 3.30 OO, Tanner (Hedge) 2.90 3.70. Time: 1-5. Soon Enuff, Some Hand, patapouf, Crown Countess, Diddle also ran. Heat. EIGHTH added, 3 year olds, m miles. Batllo Victor (Kipling) 4.70 3.90 3.60, Slempre (SBntheO 1M (Bllllngsley) 2.40 7.30. Time: 7-5. Regal Poinl, Comploir. Timber Top- per, Scofly Gfioroe, Already Fflireyc, Damons also ran. X-Jolnt Entry. NINTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, IVi miles. Charlie O (Combl) 7.DO 4.10 2.W Car-outer (Parsons) 7.SQ 6-90, Lollta's Hope (Rycroll) 6.BO. Time; Reverse Currenl, Friendly Guy, Prlddls Dandy, Counly Scandal, Ob- ligation also ren. QUINELLAI 137.40. Golf league rOUNTOY CLUB Low gross Bill Van Bus- kirk, Packers; 440. Low net C. Waldie, Batons and M. McKory, Lakeview Tex- aco; Ued 33. Low learn net M. Grant, H. Hopkins, D. Wilson and J. Van Schaik, Lethbridge Office Furniture; 146. Lelhbrldgl Ofllct Furnllun Lehevlew Texaco Tolleslrup............... Dorigolli................ Beny.........................93 Ealons.......................92 CHEC .........................87 Swills 83 Parsons ......................80 Cenllemen III..................73 LAKESIDE Low net Bob Forrest, Flemings and Harry Cox, Ow- ens; lied 30. Low gross Forrest, Flem- ings; 34. Low team net Forrest, Dean Harker, Dick Remple and Sab Kamie, Flemings; 136. pit 133 ..12! ...123 ..120 ..119 CHEC Jubilee Flemings Sugar Beelers Gentlemen III Fraches Saleway Dorigam The Herald .112 Ace Building in Imperial Lite Parsons 105 HoL'se of Lelhbrldge 101 115 Owen 98 WBlKtrs 93 A and W 11 Slnqers 72 SAFETY GLASS STORE FRONTS RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENTS LETHBRIDGE Corner 5th 4ih Street S. Phoni 327-1581 "For now we Jusl have lo wait and see what happens." No future negotiations were scheduled and CFL commis- sioner Jake Gaudaur refused to speculate on how the impasse, over financial benefits to the players, could affect the league opener In Hamilton Monday, where the Tiger-Cats are sched- uled to welcome Saskatchewan Roughriders. "My position has Irecn to get the two parties Gau- daur said. "All I'm empowered to say is that the meeting Is ad- is an Impasse. "I am hoping we can get hack to talking soon, but. Sam Berger, owner of Mont- real Alouettes, said he met with his players for about a half hour Thursday. "I told them we don't really want to hear about strikes and retirements, and I don't think they do Berger said. "They listened to what I had to Bay and told me they would have to get together with Pat- terson and see what the other teams were doing before they could make a decision." In Toronto, three members ol the Argonauts, who asked their identity be withheld, said team owner John Bassett told his players any of them who go on voluntary retirement before the scheduled opening the CFL season will never play for the club again. The players reported on a pri- vate meeting called by Bassett after the club returned from an exhibition game In Montreal Wednesday night. The same two clubs are scheduled to meet In their first game of the regular schedule in Toronto next Thurs- day. The owners' negotiating team of president Ralph Sazlo of the Ticats, general manager Norm Kimball of Edmonton Eskimos, and president Roy Graves of Calgary Stampeders, left the ne- gotiation meeting in Montreal grim-faced and made no com- ment. WANT EACH Patterson said the additional financial Inducements sought by the players would work out to about a man 5.7 per cent of average CFL salaries. He es- timated that meeting the de- mands would cost each club an extra in annual operat- ing costs. "The owners would have you think we are asking for the moon but stop and think about that for a he said. "Last year they sold tickets, an all-time record. This year most teams have been set- ting new pre-seasoq records. And ticket prices are up In most parks." He said players In the CFL get a day in training camp, compared with a day plus room and board in the National Football League and a day plus room and board in the Na- tional Hockey League. Patterson said CFL players get nothing for exhibition games, compared with a maxi- mum for eight games for players in the NHL. He said that average salaries last year were In the Na- tional Basketball Association, in the NHL, in major league baseball, in the NFL and In the CFL. Friday, July II, THE LETHIRIDGE HERALD BACK WITH A SMILE Maurice "Rocket" Richard, right, smiles Hockey Association, after signing a one-year coaching contract with ths broadly with Paul Racine, president of Quebec Nordiques of the World club. (See story page (CP Wirepholo) Fourth inning double spoils no-hitter Jenkins came close to pitching gem By THE CANADIAN PRESS Fergie Jenkins and Reggie Cleveland, a couple of Canadi- an-born pitchers, shared the Na- tional League spotlight Thurs- day night but a Montreal crowd greeted Cleveland's achieve- ments with something less than patriotic fervor. Jenkins celebrated Whltey Lockman's debut as manager of Chicago Cubs by firing a one- hitter at Philadelphia Phillies for a 4-0 victory in the first game ol a doubleheader which the Phils salvaged with a 3-2 de- cision In the nightcap. Cleveland, however, picked on Montreal's beloved Expos as he scattered eight hits and got plenty of support from his team-mates in an easy 8-2 ver- dict for St. Louis Cardinals. New York Mets split a twin bill with Pittsburgh, winning 1-0 in 10 innings and losing 7-5, to remain games behind the Pirates In the East Division. Cincinnati Reds clubbed San Diego Padres 8-2 and Los Ange- les Dodgers downed Houston Astros 6-3 while Atlanta Braves and San Francisco Giants were rained out. A soft liner by Willie Monta- nez that fell into short centre field In the fourth inning for a double was the only safety off Jenkins as the tall right-hander from Chatham, Ont, picked up his 13th victory against nine de- feats. "When they drop In. they're hits Jenkins shrugged. "They made a good effort to catch it but Don Kessinger missed it by inches centimetres." The veteran shortstop was more dismayed than Jenkins. "If I knew then what I know said Kessinger, who raced into centre, vainly chas- ing Montanez1 hit, "I would have dived." Lockman's fortunes as Leo Durocher's successor didn't last long. In tile second contest, Greg Luzinskl hit a two-run, game-tying triple in the eighth uiulng and John Bateman sin- gled home the winner in the ninth for Phils. Cleveland had few problems boosting his record to 12-5 against the Expos. The native of Swift Current, Sask., was breezing after the Cardinals erupted for five runs in the third inning to hand rookie Balor Moore his fifth loss In seven decisions. Cleveland struck out four and walked two, yielding single runs in the fourth and eighth Innings. Jon Matlack blanked the Pir- ates with a four-hitter and fi- nally got the run he needed on Wayne Garrett's sacrifice fly in the 10th for the Mels' opening- game victory. But Willie Star- gell and Jackie Hernandez drove In two runs apiece as Pittsburgh recovered its collec- tive batting eye In the finale. Cincinnati, reeling off Its llth victory in 13 games, erupted lor lour runs in the first inning on two-run doubles by Johnny Bench and Tony Perez and Dar- rel Chaney added a two-run homer, his first of the season, in the seventh inning against the Padres as Hie Reds widened their West Division lead over Houston to seven games. The Astros, dropping their eighth game in 11. helped defeat themselves with a pair of sev- enth-inning errors that gave thfl Dodgers three unearned runs, scored on singles by Bill Buck- ner, Willie Davis and Frank Robinson. Ryan, Bahnsen share spotlight Ex-New Yorkers were tough By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nolan Ryan and Stan Bahn- sen, two pitchers sent packing by New York teams last winter, came within four outs of base- ball immortality Thursday night hut had to settle for one victory and one defeat. R y a n, California's smoke throwing fast-bailer, lost his no- hit bid on Larry Biittner's two- out double in Ihe eighth inning and finished with a two-hit, 14- slrikeout 5-0 triumph over Texas Rangers. Bahnsen was locked In a scoreless struggle with Kansas City's Roger Nelson until the eighth when a walk and two-out singles by Nelson, Cookie Rojas and Steve Hovley sparked the Royals to a 3-0 decision over Chicago m the second game of a doubleheader after the White Sox took the opener 7-3. Elsewhere, Detroit Tigers look two from Milwaukee Brew- ers 3-2 and 8-5, Cleveland Indi- ans edged Baltimore Orioles 4-3, Oakland A's nipped Minnesota Twins 4-3 and New York Yan- kees downed Boston White Sox 6-2. "It was the first time In my life I felt I had a shot at a no- said ex-Met Rj'an. "It was the longest I've ever gone without a hit. Biittner hit an outside fast ball. I can't sec- ond-guess myself. I threw what I wanted to and where I wanted to. He just beat me. Tile Angels provided all the offense Ryan needed in the first inning when Billy Parker, jiist up from the minors, tagged loser Mike Paul for a two-run single. Ryan doubled across the final run in the seventh. Dick Allen smashed his 23rd and 24th home runs in Chicago's Six Canadians reach finals BISLEY, England (CP) Six Canadians, including two ca- dets, qualified for today's final stage of the St. George's Chal- lenge Vase, a major individual trophy second only to the Queen's Prize, the top award at the National Rifle Association meeting here. first-game triumph over Kansas City, tying Cincinnati's Johnny Bench for the major league lead and helping Wilbur Wood to bis 16th victory despile a two-run homer by Hovley in the first in- ning. 1tfhile ex-Yankee Bahnsen was holding the Royals hitless for seven innings in the nightcap, his teammates threatened three times but failed to score. With two out in the eighth and a run- ner on first, Nelson bounced a single past third baseman Ed Spiezio for KC's first hit and Rojas and Hovley Mowed with run scoring angles, chasing Bahnsen. The Tigers had to come from behind in both games to stretch their lead in the AL East to K games over Baltimore. Trailing 1-0 and held to one hit for eight Innings by Bill Parsons In the opener, they took advantage of an error by Milwaukee third baseman Mike Ferraro. With two out, Willie Horton singled and Norm Cash walloped his 19th home run. Detroit wiped out a 4-0 deficit with four runs in the tliird in- ning of the nightcap, then came from behind once again with four more in the eighth, high- lighted by Eddie Brinkman'i two-run tie-breaking single. Cleveland took a 2-0 lead against Baltimore's Pat Dobson in the first inning on John Low- ensteiTl's bases-loaded single but trailed 3-2 in the ninth. With one out, though, Frank Duffy sin- gled and pinch hitter Ton! Craw clammed a two-run homer. USED MOBILE HOME Completely reconditioned MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES PHONE 327-1986 JUNIOR LACROSSE HENDERSON ARENA 4th Gome in Best of i ALBERTA SEMI-FINAL CALGARY SHAMROCKS VI LETHBRIDGE NATIVE SONS SUNDAY, JULY 30th, 7 P.M. Adulh 12 Under Students and Peniiontri 506 r Hiram Walker'sSpecial Old. Gentle R ;