Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
JUiy LETHBHIDQC Giant bats quiet 'in narrow setback WASHINGTON Representatives cf the players and the club owners in the National Football League resume their second day of Joint talks with the nation's lop federal mediator today in what is described as critical negotiations in the labor dis- pute and 31-day strike. The two sides apparently were to discuss the so-called freedom described as the crux of the contract talks. After meeting for five hours Tuesday with both jointly and U.S. mediator W.J. Usery Jr. said today's negotiations would be impor- tant because substantive issues will be He said he and his two assistants all issues with both parties but not all of the issues Neither the NFL Players Association nor the NFL management council would discuss the closed-door and Usery refused to detail the proceedings except to were being sure that both sides understand the outstanding issues. There was a lot of dialogue and dis- It was understood that the two joint lasting 75 centred on revised economic proposals such as pension and minimum salaries by the Former Green Bay quarter- back Bart Starr offered his as- sistance Tuesday in settling the strike. Starr said he would make himself available to ei- ther players or owners at any although they would have to come to him. The intervention was re- quested by several Packer veterans. the defection of players from the strike con tin-. ued as four veterans joined Chicago Bears' camp at Ind. Three cross- ed lines to join Oakland Raiders' and two more walked into Pittsburgh Steelers' summer camp at and Phila- delphia Eagles' camp at Ches- Pa. Nice guys finish first. We think we're first among car dealers in this aim ply because we put you first. You tell what you we'll show yoii what we can do-a nice change from it-hat von might expect. More Our first-rate selection new and used cars. Our seri'ice. 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Distribution of the new books which become effective Aug. 17 should begin by the first of the month._______________________________________________________________ Talks at critical point By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor A pair of lefties combined Tuesday evening to pace the Lethbridge Lakers to a 5-4 Alberta Major Baseball League victory over the visiting Calgary Giants. A crowd of 500 sat in on proceedings at Henderson Park and wated as Less Ohm and Gary Picone displayed their talents in earning the win for the charging Lakers. staring to said Picone in the Laker clubhouse after he had en- joyed a four-for-five night at Norcrest advances The Lethbridge Norcrest All-Stars advanced to the Prairie Regional Little League baseball championship finals by defeating the Lethbridge Lakeside All-Stars 9-6 Tuesday night. The Norcrest stars earned the berth to the annual finals after ousting Lakeside in straight games in their best- of-three playoff series. Monday night the Norcrest squad whipped Lakeside 15-1. Meanwhile in Tuesday's playoff Barry Coghlin held Lakeside to three hits and picked up the mound win over Darrin Chaki who was tagged eight times. Dick Reedyk paced the winners at the plate with a pair of singles while Gordon Tail managed a double and a single in a losing cause. Norcrest will now compete in the prairie finals starting August 4 in Manitoba. the including a triple and three singles. Picone's triple was just 'inches away from the top of the centre field robbing the hustling Laker right fielder of a home run. on the other shackled the Giants on just three of them while throwing the third strike past 11. The score actually flattered the Giants as the who pounded losing pitcher Paul Chartrand for 12 stranded 11 men. The frustration show- ed but playing toaoh Paul Sullivan must have felt it as the Lakers loaded the bases in the third inning with none out and did not and did the same with one away in the fourth and came away empty handed. Lakers drew first blood in the fifth inning as Sullivan Bob Brown popped up and the Picone tripled Sullivan home. Rob Roy walked he was given a free ride three times Tim then singled Picone hpme. Jim Dompier was walked intentionally and Ken Nakama batted for Jim Ross and flew out. Lakers made it 3-0 in the sixth inning when Brown singled with two stole second and went to third on Picone's single. Brown scored on a poor throw to second in an attempt to nab Picone stealing second. The Giants finally got something going against Ohrn in the seventh. Dave Edson MOVES TO DEFENCE REDWOOD Calif. Dick head coach of San Francisco '49ers of the National Football said Tuesday he was moving Vic Washington from halfback to defensive free safety. John Edwards fann- ed and then Ray Forgie double-scored Edson. Forgie closed the gap to 3-2 as he scored when Ohrn's pickoff attempt at first went astray. In the bottom of the seventh the Lakers gave Ohrn another three-run cushion as Roy Negrello popped up and then Dompier reached on an error. Roy went to third on a wild pitch and then scored as Giant catcher Joe McAuley threw the pickoff attempt into left field. Dompier scored on Makama's sacrifice fly and then Neil Bozak singled but was out trying to stretch it into a double. The Giants made it close in the ninth after Ohrn walked Larry Nakonechny singled and then light-hitting McAuley rapped an Ohrn serv- ing into the power alley in left for a double. the Giants' comback ended there. Picone paced the Lakers Golf league COUNTRY CLUB Low net- R. Lakeview Texaco 28. Low gross Al Gentlemen HI 33. Low team net Don G. J. Ruddell and R. Goughnor 138. 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