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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June 6, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-9 Europe in NFL Did K.C. talk to Bep? Lottery nets million NEW YORK (AP) Com- missioner Pete Rozelle an- nounced Wednesday a new modification in the National Football League's punt return rule and the possible formation of a European pro football league. Rozelle, speaking on behalf of the NFL owners, who wrap up their three-day meeting today, said experimentation with the revised punt return rule revealed that further modification was needed. Earlier this year, the owners voted that no player on the punting team could run .downfield until the ball was kicked. Previously, the punting team could go downfield immediately after the ball was snapped. But several teams, including Cincinnati and Oakland, experimented with the rule and "discovered thai the man covering the punt to "st '.vithin 12-13 yards of the punt return Rozelle said. The new rule, given unani- mous approval by the owners, will allow one outside receiver from each side to go downfield when the ball is snapped. Rozelle said the owners were interested in pro football in Europe and were hopeful that a league there could begin play next spring. Bob Kap, active in European soccer and instrumental in bringing several soccer-style kickers over to the United States, presented the plan, which would have six teams, stocked by players from the NFL, playing a six-week schedule. The players would then come back to the United States for the regular NFL season in the fall. The proposed cities are: Is- tanbul, nicknamed the Con- querors; Rome, nicknamed the Gladiators; West Berlin; Barcelona; Munich; and Vienna. Except for Istanbul, which has a stadium that seats all these cities have stadiums with seating capacities of more than BOSTON (AP) Harry Sin- den, managing director of Boston Bruins, says he will ask the National Hockey League next week to investigate the possibility that other NHL teams talked with former Bruins coach Bep Guidolin about hiring him while he was still with Bos- ton. Published reports have said Guidolin may be signed in the near future to coach the NHL's new entry, Kansas City. "No one in the league had the right, or asked permission to talk with Bep while he was under contract with the Sinden said. "If they did iaik with him before May 1, that was tampering. And I have a feeling he was approached by someone else." Guidolin, who left the Bruins at the end of this past season because he couldn't get the five-year contract he wanted, has denied that he talked prematurely with other teams. "Let me tell you he said. "No one from Kansas City, or any other club, ap- proached me while I was still with the Bruins." TORONTO (CP) The or- ganizing committee for the 1976 Montreal Olympics received million from the first lottery, it was announced today. The Olympic Lottery of Canada Corp. said million worth of tickets were sold and about .48 per cent of the proceeds went to help finance the Games. Amateur sport in the six provinces and the Northwest Territories, which took part in the lottery, received million. money to sellers of winning tickets- amounted to million, a fi- nancial statement shows. Sell- ing and distribution costs were million while administrative costs totalled More tickets were sold in Quebec than in any other prov- ince, 1.5 million with contributed to amateur sport in that province. The other provinces' ticket sales with money given to amateur sport in brackets were: Ontario Alberta New Brunswick Newfoundland Prince Edward Island N.W.T. Only tickets were sold outside Canada and of those 490 were cancelled because the cheques bounced. The second issue, which will be drawn in Edmonton July 16, went on sale Feb. 8 and all 3.5 million tickets have been sold. In that draw the top prize will remain at million tax free, but secondary prizes will increase. The third lottery will provide two winners and three winners instead of one. The third will go to five million go on sale June 7 and the draw will be made Nov. 18 in the Maritimes. Roger Sauve, Ontario man- ager for the lottery, said he expects more tickets will be sold in Ontario in the third draw than anywhere else in Canada. _ _ ENJOY THE FUN AND SAVINGS DURING DUNLOP FORD'S HUGE Little League too competitive P WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) A report by the physicial education department at the University of Windsor says children playing little league baseball are forced into highly competitive situations much too soon and parents must bear the brunt of the blame. The study, released Tuesday, centred on players ranging in age from six to 18 and involved parents. It examined the structure of little league baseball in the Windsor area. Dr. Dick Moriarty of the faculty's sports institute for research said that in six of the 10 leagues surveyed a discrepancy was found between the goals claimed by organization that of the children having fun with the demands made by parents and coaches for excellence and winning. Dr. Moriarty, along with colleague Dr. James Duthie, also was involved in a study of the local minor hockey association that led to the establishment of leagues that do not deep scoring records or standings. Recent provincial hearings into violence in amateur hockey have heard evidence that too much emphasis is being placed on winning at the lower age levels. The study, financed by a Canada Council grant, made 25 recommendations to the little league. These included the suggestion that no scores be kept up until the age of 10, more clinics be established for coaches and parents and a division of players on the basis of ability and age rather than just the latter be made. Rally Saturday With the weather the way it has been for the past few days the Chinook Arch Rally, sponsored by the Lethbridge Sports Car Club, may well be in need of a chinook. Set for Saturday, the rally will count towards the Alberta championship. Entrants in the one-day affair are expected from Edmonton, Calgary, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. The route has been designed so that novice drivers will be able to H1W ,PTICAL PBISCRIPDON NOTICE TO NON-RATEPAYERS RESIDENT TAKE NOTICE THAT persons resident in the City of Lethbridge who are not registered property owners but who are Canadian Citizens or Btfflsh subjects of the full age of eighteen years and who will have resided in the City of Lethbridge or any area an- nexed to the City for a period of the twelve months which immediately precede the 16th day of October, 1974, may make application at ttie Assessment De- partment in the City Hall, Lethbridge, to have their names placed on the List of Oectors during the period from the 1st day of January to the 25th day of September, 1974, during normal working hours of each day except Saturday, Sunday and any Public Holiday. ARTHUR L. LARSON, Registrar INCREDIBLE SAVINGS ON THiSE A-1 USED CAR VALUES AND SELECTIONS Jome in! Compare! We're your one stop total transportation centre, big cars, small cars, compacts, intermediates, we have them all and all priced to give p you more value for your money. See us this Festival Ij and drive home a bargain. finish and a good turnout of novice drivers is indicated by early entries. Registration for the 250 mile rally, which runs from Winston Churchill into various southern Alberta stops, is set for Saturday afternoon with the navigators to meet at The first car is slated to leave at seven o'clock. Entries and enquiries may be mailed to registrar, Ruth Wakelin at 2034 19th Street North. Dolphins sue MIAMI (AP) Larry Csonka, Jim Kiick and Paul Warfield were named as de- fendants Wednesday in a million suit filed earlier by Miami Dolphins against the World Football League, its Toronto-Memphis franchise and the players' sgent, Ed Keating. The names of the three play- ers were included on the advice of legal counsel because the suit alleges the players were induced to break their contracts, a Dolphins spokesman said. The three National Football League players, represented by Keating, signed a multi- million dollar contract with Toronto, now moved to Memphis, Tenn.. to play in the WFL in 1975. The suit seeks to enjoin the players from promoting the WFL while under contract to the Dolphins and asks million in actual damages and million in punitive damages from Toronto and the WFL. STOCK N0.1662A 1972BuickCenturiin f- 2 door hardtop. Med. green with white top. Air conditioning, I fully equipped. STOCK NO.1620A 1972Ditsun 2 door fast back. Brite green in color. Auto, transmission, radio. STOCK NO.144BA 1972 Pinto 2 door. Brite orange in color. 4 cyl., 4 spd.. radio. -ggfh" P STOCK NO.1546A 1972MontegoMX 2 dr. hardtop. ?ellow and gold in color. V8. auto., radio. 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