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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday. 6, 1974 DID YOU KNOW? That it dbsts no more to make all your travel arrangements through a travel agent. i ww i CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL I AGE MALL pm PHONE 328-3201 Herald- Sports Players will not report CFL talks break off CALGARY (CP) The Canadian Football League Players' Association halted contract negotiations with league representatives Wednesday night and as- sociation president George Reed said no player will report to camp until the proposed two-year agreement is signed by both sides. In a statement, Reed said negotiations have been dis- continued until the accounting firm of louche Ross and Co. has an opportunity to review financial information provided to the players by the nine CFL clubs. Both sides agreed on an independent audit of the books and Touche Ross, a Vancouver-based firm, was approved. Negotiations ended after a three-hour meeting. No date was set to resume talks. Reed said he does not believe the players' association is to be blamed for the delay in negotiations, although two clubs are prepared to open preliminary camps this weekend. Miners play tonight The Lethbridge Junior Miners will be in action again tonight at Henderson Park in a Southern Alberta Junior Baseball League game against the Vauxhall Jets. The p.m. tilt is a re scheduled contest which was originally postponed due to field conditions. The Miners, sporting a 1-3 record in SAJBL competition, will be out to get back on the winning track after two tough losses on Sunday. Allan Korth will start on the mound for the locals. The big right bander has suffered two losses already this year, but has the lowest earned run average on the club. Hitting (8 at AD H Pet. George...............10 6 .600 T. Pocza .............14 6 .429 Halt..................20 8 .400 Veres ................13 5 .385 Hamilton .............21 7 .333 Kveder...............12 3 .250 McLellan .............12 3 .250 Seaman.............. 8 2 .250 Sjogren ..............11 2 .182 Pitching (10 IP SO BB ERA Korth ............17 12 15 1.80 Petrunia..........13 12 11 4.15 TERRY POCZA batting .429 DAVE GEORGE leading hitter "We started Jan. 18 and didn't receive a counter-pro- posal until May said Reed, who insisted after a meeting in Toronto that the players would not accept the league's position. Several clubs have said the players' demands, which in- clude a guaranteed minimum salary, more meal money, higher training-camp payments and more money for pre-and post-season games, cannot be met by the league. Reed's statement was much stronger than comments from the Edmonton Eskimos' general manager, Norm Kimball, head of the league negotiating committee. Kimball said he was not aware negotiations had broken off. He said he had been led to believe the audit would be completed Within "a couple of Reed said there was "no progress" in Wednesday's meeting. "If there was, I'd probably still be he added. "There were requests for fi- nancial information and the information was limited to two sheets of paper. "There were no books, no statements, just that (a certain) amount of dollars was lost last season." He said the audited statement promised by the league "apparently was not ready." Toronto Argonauts and Montreal Alouettes of the Eastern Football Conference are scheduled to open camp this weekend for rookies, quarterbacks and receivers. Reed said he has "100-per- cent backing of the players or I would not be and added that a strike would not interfere with the annual all- star game. "The veteran players will practise on their own until the strike is settled." YOUft FATHER NEVER SO MUCH AS AT ANOTHER WOMAN ALLTHE TIME WE WERE MARRIED THAT'S MOTHER NOT ME ANYTHINXI DON'T ALREADY KNOW ABOUT ANBY HUH.' NEVER LOOKED AT ANOTHER WOMAN THAT TYPE NEVER LOOK AT THEIR WIVES, EITHER Roundup of sports in short SOCCER FANS ERUPT TEL AVIV (AP) Hundreds of irate fans, some waving bottles and fence posts, stormed a soccer match Wednesday in suburban Petah Tkva, injuring the chief of police and one team's goalkeeper. The rioters broke up the game in the final minutes, after the home team scored the winning goal. In the tussle, 10 persons were slightly injured and five fans were arrested. WILL HONOR PELE FRANKFURT (AP) Pele, the Brazilian soccer ace, will be honored June 13 during opening ceremonies for the 1974 World Cup tournament, organizers in this West German city announced Wednesday. The ceremony is the first sanctioned by the International Soccer Federation in honor of a player's achievements in the quadrennial competition. Pele has three World Cup medals. IIMUTE INSTALLATIONS SPECIAL Most 6 cylinder and small V8 single exhausts and Mercury 1954-64 6 8 95 95 installed FREE! Installed FREE! Ml Mufflers Not Covered By Sale Reduced a.m. (During June 3-8) FREE INSPECTIONS AND ESTIMATES 3rd Avenue and 4th Street South Downtown Lethbridge ASHWORTH NAMED MOOSE JAW (CP) Roy Ashworth has been appointed coach of the Moose Jaw Canucks of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, and John Hunter has been named Manager. Ashworth, 22, has spent four years at the University of Michigan on a hockey scholarship. He coached midget hockey last year. WASHINGTON IN WASHINGTON (AP) A group headed by three blacks has been granted the Washington franchise in the World Baseball Association, Canadian colt wins EPSOM, England (CP) A Canadian-owned colt, Snow Knight, surprised his owners, paid his backers handsomely and pleased bookies Wednesday when he won the Epsom Derby. Snow Knight, a 50-to-l shot, led all the way winning the first prize of in Britain's most famous turf event. The Queen and about others saw Snow Knight throw jockey Brian Taylor before the race started, but saw even more of him as the three- year-old led for the entire IVz miles. "Of course I'm said Neil Phillips, 50, a Montreal corporation lawyer who bought the horse as a yearling for slightly more then "It would be ridiculous to say I wasn't. "I'm not just overwhelmed. I don't know what to say. I'm afraid I'm not very good press." bringing to three the number of teams now in the proposed league. RECORD FIELD FOR OPEN ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) A record 678 competitors have entered the British Open golf championship at Lytham, St. Annes, in northwest England, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club announced Wednesday. More than 600 of them will have to play in qualifying rounds on four courses. For the open itself, starting July 10, the field will be 154. INDIANS BUY LIS CLEVELAND (AP) Cleveland Indians of the American League said Wednesday they had bought Joe Lis, a first baseman outfielder, from Minnesota Twins for an undisclosed sum. They said infielder Duane Anderson was sent to their Oklahoma City farm club to make room for Lis on the roster. WILLIAMS WINS DOUGLAS, Isle Of Man (AP) Charlie Williams of Britain drove his way round the rain drenched Isle Of Man mountain circuit Wednesday to win the 250-cc. Tourist Tropy motorcycle race for the second straight year. In a race delayed SVz hours by rain and mist, Williams covered the 150.92 miles in one hour, 36 minutes and nine seconds. TURBOCHARGER REDUCED INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The United States Auto Club is informing members that the size of turbochargers permitted on championship racing cars, something of a controversy at last month's Indianapolis 500 mile auto race, has been reduced. USAC also said the setting on the pressure relief valve used to control qualifying speeds has been increased. Minor baseball In Lakeside Little League action, the Canucks got a home run from Randy Baldry and went on to outlast the Orioles 23-18 in a three hour wind a thon. Todd Fisher was the winning pitcher. The Dodgers sneaked past the Expos 11-9 in a Norcrest Little League contest Tuesday. Jerry Gurr was credited with the win for the Expos while Rory Lorenz took the loss. Floyd Moncrief had two singles for the winners, while Chris Sparrow doubled and singled in a losing cause. Ricky LeBaron had two doubles and two singles and led the Yankees to a 16 hit outburst as they downed the Indians 18-7 in a Lakeside Little League game Wednesday. Jeff Krokash scattered six hits and struck out seven en route to the victory for the Yanks, who also had a double and two singles from Ricky Heyland. Jim Allen was the losing pitcher for the Indians. The losers got a double and single each from Warren Schnoor and Scott Parenteau. Neil Court blasted three home runs in four trips to the plate and led the Twins to a 19-5 triumph over the Royals in another Lakeside Little League encounter. Calvin Byam added another home run and three singles for the fence swinging Twins, who got a four hit pitching performance from Robert Stewart. Stewart also struck out 10 Royals m taking the victory. LilhbrMiiOfflMFMniitHriUi 7th St Mtopptoa MM) Altawtt Pborw (403) 321-7411 FILING CABINETS Dryden upset with Campbell LONDON, Ont. (CP) Ken Dryden, who re- cently signed a new contract to play goal for Montreal Canadiens, has opposed president Clarence Camp- bell's views on the question of violence in the National Hockey League. In a keynote address to the annual conference of the Ontario Educational Co-Ordinators' Associa- tion, Dryden said Wednesday: "I would initially disagree with Clarence Camp- bell and his suggestion, at an inquiry into violence in hockey, that the NHL does not condone fighting. "By its lack of action in the matter, the NHL cer- tainly does condone violence." Dryden also said the NHL Players' Association is dominated by Toronto lawyer Alan Eagleson and de- scribed it as "incapable" of doing anything to rid h >clcey of the violence tag that has been attached to it. Sport is "not necessarily" character-building, Dryden said. Why, then, did he decide to return to the NHL? "Because I like hockey and it doesn't preclude me from doing a lot of other things I like very Dryden said. Golf league Lakeside Women's Low net Sharon Filuk, Faye's Apparel 36. Low gross Irene Marcinko, Faye's Apparel, 49. Low team net Faye's Apparel. Mildred Cox, Irene Marcinko, Jill Thiessen, Sharon Filuk 154. STANDINGS Faye's Apparel................ 22 Mildred Skrove................ 21 Seeman's Jewellery............11 Value Village.................. 10 MAGRATH GOLF Gotschna Ski Haus .............25 Royal Canadian Legion..........23 Bank of Montreal ...............23 Magralh Co-Op.................21 Tanco..........................19 Tuckers Esso...................18 Silverwood Dairies..............16 Card's..........................15 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LE Philadelphia St EMI W ..29 24 .547 Montreal New Pittsburgh Los Angeles Cincinnati ___ Atlanta 18 Wmt ..39 30 15 20 .722 .600 7 Houston San Francisco San Diego 28 21 Tom Hill was the victim of the 19 hit Twin barrage as he was tagged with the loss. Hill and Tom Martin each had singles for the Royals. Alex Gepneris was a one man gang for the Twins as they downed the Expos 14-2 in Senior Little League action. Gepneris fired a no hitter from the mound and belted a grand slam home run from the plate for the winners. Tom Miklos took the loss for the Expos. In a Norcrest Little League contest. Merlyn Bunnage scattered six hits and fanned eight batters as the Braves whipped the Cubs 12 3. Losing pitcher Rick Moser gave up 10 hits, including two singles and a double to Mark Wolosyn. Craig Trapp also had a double and single for the winners. Dick Reedyck had a homer and a single in a losing cause while Garry Jackson added a double and two singles. At Lakeside, the Tigers outlasted the White Sox 14-13. Ron Knight gave up only four hits to register the win while R. Coates was handed the loss. Doug Richardson paced the winners at the plate with four singles while Byron Dudley chipped in with a single and two doubles., Coates aided his own cause with a pair of doubles. The Buffaloes tromped the Bisons 20-11 in a Norecrest Minor League game Tuesday night. Mike Jorgenson earned the mound win striking cut eight batters on the way while Rodney Robertson was tagged with loss. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 001 020 91 San Francisco 000 001 10 0 Siebert Pina (9) and Simmons; Bryant Barr Williams (8) and Bander. Atlanta 010 100 9 0 Philadelphia 004 000 7 3 Niekro (6-4) and Casanova: Lonborg (6-5) and Boone. HRs: Atl Johnson Pha Boone Schmidt Pittsburgh 000 000 4 0 Los Angeles 010 000 5 1 Rooker (2-5) and Sanguillen; Rau. Marshall (9) (3-3) and Yeager. HRs: LA Cey Garvey Chicago 001 010 8 0 San Diego 101 100 11 0 Hooten. Stone Burris (8) (2-1) Todd (8) and Kundstedt. Mitterwald Palmer. Tomlin Hardy Romo (8) (2-2) and Kendall. LEAGUE LEADERS AB Smith. SL......187 Garr. Atl.......230 Gross. Hou.....156 Reitz. SL...... 187 Brock. SL..... 185 Davis. Mil......175 Garvey. LA.....221 Maddox. SF 225 Buckner. LA.... 185 Morgan. Cin-----183 R H Pet 33 71 .380 33 87 .378 54 .346 63 .337 61 .330 57 .326 72 .326 73 .324 6C .324 58 .317 28 15 39 24 39 35 24 34 MINOR LEAGUE international League Charleston 10 Memphis 2 Rochester 9 Syracuse 6 Toledo 5 Pawtucket 4 Tidewater 4 Richmond 2 American Association tvansviKe 7 OkJshsns City 1 Iowa 6 Denver 2 Tulsa 2 Indianapolis 0 Omaha at Wichita ppd. Pacific Coast League Albuquerque 8-6 Salt Lake 4-1 Spokane 15 Hawaii 7 Tucson 7 Phoenix 3 Sacramento 10-11 Tacoma 2-S AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Boston.........29 23 .558 Milwaukee..... 25 23 .521 2 Baltimore...... 25 26 .490 3V4 Cleveland 25 26 .490 3Vi Detroit........ 24 27 .471 4Vi New York...... 25 29 .463 5 Wmt Oakland........31 22 .585 Chicago....... 24 23 .511 4 Kansas City 26 26 .500 4Vi Texas......... 26 26 .500 4V4 California...... 25 28 .472 6 Minnesota..... 21 27 .438 7V4 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Texas 011 000 6 0 Cleveland 020 007 10 0 Bibby Allen (6) and Sims: Johnson Hilgendorf (8) and Duncan. HRs: Tex Spencer Cle Spikes Hendrick Duffy Gamble Duncan New York 203 000 001 000 13 0 Chicago 006 000 000 000 13 1 Tidrow. Wallace Lyle Upshaw (12) (0-3) and Dempsey. Deidel Pillock. Kaat Acosta Forster (9) (3-4) and Herrmann. Downing Kansas City 100 200 10 0 Baltimore 001 100 7 1 Dal Canton. Bird (9) (3-2) and Healy: McNally. Reynolds (8) (4-2) and Etchebarren. HR: KC Wohlford Oakland 002 240 9 1 Detroit 000 100 4 0 Blue Fingers Knowles (9) and Fosse. Haney Coleman Lemanczyk Ray (8) and Freehan. HRs: Oak Tenace Del Horton Boston 000 211 11 0 Minnesota 100 010 10 1 Tiant (7-5) and Fisk; Goltz Butler (9) and Borgmann. HRs: Min Hisle Bos Harper California 000 020 10 1 Milwaukee 000 220 8 0 Ryan. Cumberland Lockwood (8) (2-1) and El Rodriguez: Slaton. Ed Rodriguez (6) (4-1) and Porter. HRs: Mil Vukovich Cal Lahoud Rivers LEAGUE LEADERS AB Carew. Min..... 189 JasAson. 168 Cliva. Min...... 150 Kelly. Chi ......151 Robinson. Bal 185 Burroughs. Tex 208 McRae. KC..... 174 Handle. Tex 129 Piniella. NY 16< Evans. Bos..... 133 R H PCL 32 76 .402 35 64 .381 11 51 .340 24 49 .325 14 60 .324 32 67 .322 23 56 .322 21 41 .316 20 52 .317 20 42 .316 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD 402 1st flve. S. Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;