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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE July Save on Men's Short Sleeve Summer Sport and Dress Shirts Take advantage of our final summer clearance of men's short sleeve sport and dress shirts. Finish co-ordinating your summer wardrobe by selecting your favourite shirts. Choose from an assortment of large and small prints and cheeks in a wide and varied selec- tion of colours and patterns in rounded or long-point collar chest pockets. Shirts are no easy-care blend fabrics all at exceptional savings. Take part in the summer shirt clearance and save. Dress shirt to Sport shirt S.M.L.XL EACH Men's Tank Tops Machine washable nylon with the neck styling. Assor- ted patterns to choose from as well as bold abstracts. Sizes S.M.L. 2 33 EACH Men's Pullovers acrylic pullovers that come with either the button front or a zipper plaquet. Machine wash- no ironing needed. Assor- ted styles and colors in sizes S.M.L. 3 99 EACH Men's Summer Jacket Clearance Assorted material blends and styles to choose from. Broken size range. Canadian made. 999 EACH Men's Swimwear Assorted materials and styles to choose from. A good selection of plain colors and patterns. All are machine washable. Sizes S.M.L. 1 99 EACH Men's Dress Pants Choose from assorted material blends that do not require iron- ing. Selection includes. 401 Collection and Place D'Effiel. size range in plain colors and patterns. 14 88 PAIR Men's Sport Jackets polyester jackets that re- quire Dry Cleaning. Made in Canada with two button front and single vent styling. A good selection of patterns. Sizes 36 to 46. EACH 29 Men's Knit Clearance Assorted short sleeve style knit shirts in a variety of materials. All are Canadian made and come in a good selection of shades and styles. 8 99 EACH Men's Dress Pants polyester that is machine washable and does not need ironing. A good selection of colors in flare leg pants. Sizes 30 to 42. 7 PAIR Boys' Knit Shirts A selection of styles including button crew necks with zipper plain crew neck or long pointed collar styles. Assorted machine washable ma- terials in sizes S.M.L.XL. 1 97 EACH Men's Sport Shirts polyester knits that are machine washable. No ironing required. Chest pocket and button front styling in assorted colors with contrasting stitching. Sizes S.M.L. 2 99 EACH Men's Western Jackets Assorted material blends that must be dry cleaned. Snap button front with contrasting stitching. Made In Canada by a leading western wear manufacturer. Assorted sizes 36 to 42. 11 99 EACH Boys' Sport Shirts Polyester and cotton blend shirts that are machine washable and need no ironing. Styled with a long pointed they have short sleeves. Sizes 8 to 16. 2 57 EACH DEPARTMENT STORES mi ii irm ni wnmwtifllH ffl I Riant to Limit Quantities Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drlva Opan Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Graham Kelly Predicting the future is a pretty chancy proposition at it is traditional to go out on a limb at the beginning of each gridiron campaign and give the order of finish for the upcoming season. Any practical prognosticator knows full well that in- juries can knock all sorts of predictions into a cocked but this seldom deters one from foolishly forging ahead with the annual fearless football forecast. Calgary and Winnipeg have given me trouble the last two seasons. Flush with a 1971 win in the Grey it appeared to me that Calgary looked pretty much set for 1972. I picked the Stampeders first and the Blue Bombers fourth. Of they finished the other way around. I wasn't really that because something didn't seem right with Calgary dur- ing the pre season games. But it takes fearless indeed to pick a Grey Cup Champion for the doldrums even though all Grey Cup winners since 1969 have done badly the following year. Once again Winnipeg gave me trouble in 1973.1 thought they would have a good enough defence to come home third. Instead they totally collapsed and brought up the rear. 1974 could also be a year of surprises. The Edmonton Eskimos look like a solid bet to finish first. Determined to win the Grey Cup for the first time since the Eskimos have an excellent offence and an improving defence. It was already good last year. The Eskimos will pre- sent a varied offence with an outstanding corps of receivers Led by Schenley winner George pivots Bruce Lemmerman and Tom Wilkinson can also throw to Garry Don and Tyrone Walls. If Coach Ray Jauch wants speed to burn for a deep Larry Highbaugh stands ready to do his thing. With an offensive line that averages 6 ft 4 in. in height and 257 pounds in the quarterbacks have lots of protection. Bob Howes is at with Roger Scales and Willie Martin at and Larry Watkins and Charlie Turner at the tackle slots. Scales should be a serious contender for this year's Lineman qf the Year award. Roy Bell and Calvin Harrell will make up the ground game. On defence Edmonton will line up with Ron Leroy and John Lagrone with Ron Forwick and Ed Molstad available for duty as well. Leroy Jones gives Edmonton a superb pass something they've been lacking in previous seasons. Marty Dale Potter and Jodie Carter are the with Larry John Bayne John Beaton and Dick Dupuis defending against the pass. Edmonton's punt and kick-off return units are good. Their kicking game with Garry Lefebvre and Dave Cutler is outstanding. Edmonton has it all. First place for sure. Picking second place is somewhat of a problem due to the existence of a lot of ifs. in choosing between Saskatchewan and I will go with the Roughriders. Saskatchewan still has the best quarterback in the country with Ron Lancaster. George like Old Man just keeps rolling along. Bobby Thompson a experienced veteran halfback. Along with Lancaster also has Tom and Allan Ford for targets. Once again Saskatchewan has come up with a fine Canadian prospect in Steve a boy who impressed many with his fine catches during the exhibition season. On Saskatchewan will line up with veterans Ed Tim Don Bahnuik and George obtain- ed in a trade for Jim Lindsey with Toronto. Pete Wysocki and Charlie Collins are tough linebackers The linebacking will be even better when former All Canadian Steve Smear comes off the injury list Smear was obtained from Toronto in the deal that sent Bill Baker to the good ship Argonaut and then to the Lions. Saskatchewan also picked up Pete Watson from the a Canadian of whom big things are expected in the offen- sive backfield. Lome Ted Provost. Ken Jimmy Elder and Jim Walters will likely make up the defensive backfield. The Riders have to replace key personnel Bill the best defensive end in the nation is gone Ted Dushinsb is ing at cornerback. On Clyde Brock has retn pJ from his tackle and Jack Abendshan recently underwent knee surgery. Replacing two veteran offensive linem-ui is very hard to do. The Riders are also weak ai erri the aging but versatile Allie Ford. Saskatchewan has a serious deficiency in their kicking game. Allan Ford just isn't getting the job done on those third and with Jack Abendshan the Roughies simply do not have a placekicking threat. As a Saskatchewan should lose the close ones if the replacements come through to fill the Saskatchewan should once again be and should finish second. If injuries and the especially on the offensive line don't work the Roughriders will miss the play offs for the first time since 1961. Two years ago I wrote that the Lions would roar in '74. If Don Moorhead vindicates the faith that Eagle Keys has in and if he plays 16 the Lions could very well go all the way. They have a tough offensive line with Al Ted Brian Sopatyk and Layne McDowell. Johnny Musso is the best fullback in but he could be lost to the Leos for if not of the 1974 campaign. Lou Monroe Ealey and Jimmy Young will have to take up the slack. In Slade Willis Brock the Lions have an excellent brace of receivers. Eagle Keys has been determined to shore up his defence. He acquired Grady Cavness from Winnipeg for the secondary. He picked up Bill Baker from Toronto to give him the pass rush he hasn't had in past years. Garrett Bud Magrum and Gary Robinson will team up with Baker to produce a good front four. Ray winner of the Lineman of the Year award last will head a good corps of linebackers. Barry Ardern is the leader of an improving but still weak defensive backfield. The Lions will have to get a better effort against the pass. Don Moorhead will have to prove that he can win in the CFL. I have my doubts. But the Lions are still better than Winnipeg and Calgary. The Blue Bombers are hoping that Don Jonas can lead them back to contention. Last year Jonas went through continual backfield never having a combination to get to know and work with. RESORTS OR DUDE RANCHES CHIEF MOUNTAIN GUEST RANCH invites you to ENJOY A RANCH VACATION with your family in the splendor of Glacier National Montana. Gentle and ranch stream square BBO Steak Cookouts-log and leather comfort in quiet western atmosphere. Write for details P.O. Box 45 Mt. 59411 or Phone 406-732-407T for Reservations. ;