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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE Juno YESI we an accepting reglslrc for CHRISTMAS BOOKINGS TO HAWAII no dtpoilt required ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE The Herald Sports I ETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD Lower Tth SUMt Shopping Mdl LMhbrMgo, AHMrta Phone (403) 328-7411 HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES Local gals shine The Third Canadian Special Olympics for the Mentally Retarded were held in Winnipeg on June 13th to 16th sponsored by the Canadian Association for the Mentally Retarded 4 total of 1 700 competitors from across Canada took part with all provinces represented for the first time There were 41 competitors from Alberta, two from the City of Lethbndge sponsored by the Lethbndge Association for the Mentally Retarded, Joanne Dunlop Christine Larson and their chaperone, Miss Rita Mavnard Mr Jim Daly, best known in Winnipeg and across Canada for his work in running the 1967 Pan-Am Games, was chairman for the event Mr Harry 'Red' Foster, President of the Harry E Foster Foundation and the person who initally spearheaded having the Special Olympics brought to Canada after the United States introduced them in 1968 officially opened the ceremonies in Winnipeg In addition to the track and field, swimming, and the first golf tournament, 16 NHL floor hockey teams competed in a Floor Hockey tournament, with a honorary coach from the regular NHL team with each team Besides the competition events several clinics were beld including archery, equestrian, roller skating table tennis, gymnastics, golf, drama, music painting and other crafts These events were to aquaint the participants with different sports, with demonstrations followed by participation Each competitor received a special ribbon signifying their participation in the individual events At the conclusion of all the events top finalists each received a gold silver, or bronze medal at a special ceremony held Saturday night Alberta returned with 12 gold 11 silver, and seven bronze medals Joanne Dunlop of Lethbndge received a Gold for the 25-yard backstroke and a silver for the 50 yard backstroke Golf League Lakeside golf Low net Nick Onofrychuk 28 Low gross Nick Onofrychuk 35 Low team net Imperial Life N Quick. N Onofrychuk T Jarvie A Oshiro STANDINGS Flem ngs Fraches Juoilee Smgers CHEC aarsors moena! Life Ace CJCC Sugar Beets Union 76 Herald of Lethbndge A a-d W 61 60 59 59 53 49 48 46 48 47 41 35 35 34 34 32 28 27 Both sides will meet again Thursday Special Olympics Joanne Dunlop, left and Christine Larson took part Now it's 12 straight for unflappable Perry ASSOCIATED PRESS Gaylord Perry, the unflap- pable Cleveland pitcher recorded his 12th consecutive victory Monday night with a 4- 3 Win over the Chicago White Sox in American Lague baseball action "Perry is the best right- hander in the American League, said Chicago manager Chuck Tanner Perry wasn't especially overpowering Monday night, but was around at the end to see Jack Brohamer deliver the winning hit in the ninth It scored Frank Duffy from second "I thought that if it was a good throw from the outfield Duffy would have been out' Perry pointed out "Then I saw it sailing high and I was relieved Other results were Baltimore Orioles 1. Minnesota Twins 0 Detroit Tigers 6, Texas Rangers 4, New York Yankees 5 Cali- fornia Angels 1. and Oakland A s 3. Boston Red Sox 2 Perry 12-1. pitched a five hitter and struck out nine batters He made Dick Allen a victim four times Baltimore s Mike Cuellar notched his ninth consecutive victory, winning a five-hit 1-fl decision over Minnesota on a sixth inning home run by Bobbj Gnch Gnch lined his eighth homer of the season into the left field bleachers just aiter loser Vic Albury, 2-6 had picked Mark Belanger off first base for the second out of the inning Cuellar, 9-3, permitted only three Twins to advance bevond first base Al Kaline belted a two-run homer with two out in the 10th inning giving Detroit its victory over Texas Dodgers' lead six ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Dodgers the top team in the National League s Division, had its lead over Cincinnati Reds trimmed to six games for the first time in almost a month Monday night The Dodgers who have lost five of their last seven games, lost 7-3 to Pittsburgh Pirates while the Reds trounced Mon- treal 12-3 for their 16th victory in 22 games Other results were Phila- delphia Phillies 7. Houston As- tros 5 San Francisco Giants 3 St Louis Cardinals 0, Atlanta Braves 8. New York Mets 1 and San Diego Padres 7 Chicago Cubs 5 in 13 innings Cincinnati coach Sparky An- derson said after his team s that the race with Los Angeles will be a tight one KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI CO CO CO Tomorrow's endural is here today Someday all endures 'may have a super slim profile, 6-spced trans- mission and longer wheelbase ior better oii-road handling Bui why wail, when our newest 125 has all Ihese lealures now' The lulure is here Kawasaki KS 125cc enduro LETHBRI06E 13th St. and HARDIEVILLE ROAD Phone 327-6117 SAVE ON THE 1973 S-2350 KAWASAKI Engine type J cycle 3 cylinder piilon valve Max horsepower (SAE J245) rpm Mat toque 28 9 ft Ibs tern Top speed 106 mph SS Mile 13 6 sec Cl mbing ability 40 Transmission live Gear rai iOi 36 2nd -1 79 3rd 1 35 4lh 1 12 51h 0 96 KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI "I would like to get within 3- 4 games by all-star time We play them four games the first week of July and we have to win three to get that close We aren't going to sweep them, I don t think GOT 16 HITS Dan Dnessen and Tony Perez drove in three runs each and the Reds used a 16-hit attack and a trio of four-run uprisings to batter the Expos and Steve Rogers Fred Norman went the route for Cincinnati to post his 15th triumph at Riverfront Sta- dium against three losses The Dodgers had problems seeing and fielding the ball in Pittsburgh, and six of the Pi- rates' runs were unearned Richie Zisk's single in the second inning got past right fielder Joe Ferguson, allowing Zisk to come all the way around CFL settlement not even close TORONTO (CP) While both sides say agreement is far off, members of the Canadian Football League Players' Association and league officials meet again Thursday in an effort to agree on a two-year contract Talks broke off Saturday after a sixth session and more than 270 of the 288 veterans under contract to the CFL then submitted their resignations Several players, however, have contracts stipulating they must attend training camps regardless of the stand taken by the players' association These include wide receiver Johnny Rodgers of Montreal Alouettes and quarterback Don Jonas of Winnipeg Blue Bombers Still others do not belong to the association, including Marv Luster, a linebacker with Montreal Ralph Sazio, general manager of Hamilton Tiger- Cats, also said at least four veteran players on his team have not resigned He would not name them NONE HAVE REPORTED No veterans, however, have reported at any of the CFL training camps already open Most of them have found their own practise facilities Ottawa veterans, for ex- ample, were given Lansdowne Park as their practice site the field normally used by the Rough Riders The CFL had decided earlier that veterans could no longer use league parks or team equipment, but the Ottawa veterans checked with city hall and found that the Riders' lease on the park ran out Nov 18 and a new one still is being negotiated A park administration official then told the players that since the association has leased the park for the June 26 all-star game, they also should be provided with a practice field The CFL decision to refuse veterans the use of fields or equipment has cast a cloud over the all-star game Stropnik brilliant Lethbnage Royals chalked up an impressive 4-1 victory Sunday in Alberta Soccer Association Cup play Led by the brilliant four goal performance of John Stropnik, the Royals turned back the efforts of favored Calgary Select United Angelo Mauro assisted on all four goals by Stropnik as the Royals turned in a solid team effort Sunday leaving them the only second division team still alive in the playdown Stropnik got the locals off to a fast start at the 45 second mark United had a chance to tie but a shot by Jeff Rooke hit the crossbar and then Royal goalie Bill Rab made an outstanding save Stropnik made it 2-fl just before the half At the 50 minute mark Stropnik struck again putting the Royals into a 3-0 lead before Wall} Fried spoiled Rab's bid for a shutout Stropnik completed the scoring with a goal at the 87 minute mark Each team hit the goal post twice in the free-wheeling contest Norm Kimball, general manager of the Edmonton Eskimos and chairman of the CFL players' relations committee, announced the decision less than two hours after the players' association confirmed the all-star game will go on Saskatchewan Roughnder Short sport ATAMIAN A STAR OAKDALE, NY (CP) John Atamian, a veteran Canadian Football League guard last season with Calgary Stampeders, was signed Monday along with rookie punter Robbie Reynolds by New York Stars of the World Football League HARVEY STAYS ST JOHNS, Que Running back John Harvey, the most consistent ground- gainer with Montreal Alouettes last season, has agreed to play out his option year with the Canadian Football League club He had sought his immediate release from the Alouettes in order to join the Memphis Southman of the World Football League, to which he had signed for the 1975 season His request was turned down by Marv Levy, general manager and head 2oach of the Als GYMNASTS MEET QUEBEC (CP) The first Canadian symposium for the advanced study of gymnastics with an eye to improving Canada's performance in the sport at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, will be held here July 2-4, it was announced Monday Dr John Salmela of Quebec City's Laval University, organizer of the symposium and a member Df the university's physical education department, said three former Canadian gymnastic champions will oresent papers CHARGES DROPPED CLEVELAND (AP) Narcotics charges on which Walter Johnson of National Football League's Cleveland Browns was arrested here last Friday were dropped Monday, Ruben Payne, the defensive tackle's lawyer said, adding that the arrest resulted from 'a lack of co-ordination among authorities A county prosecutor said the grand jury indictment on which Johnson was arrested was based on the same information that led to the plaver's arrest Feb 22 on a charge of possession of cocaine Johnson was fined March 12 in a suburban city court for that incident Magrath golf tourney set The annual Magrath golf tournament will be staged this Saturday with the first 84 entries accepted Entries close Wednesday evening at six o'clock Each golfer is guaranteed 18 holes of golf for his entry fee Golfers wishing to take part are asked to call 758-3054 The draw will be in Friday's Herald City Games eliminations The City of Lethbndge will hold a pair of syncromzed swimming clinics in preparation for the 1974 Southern Alberta Summer Games Die first of two clinics will be staged tonight between the hours of seven and nine while the second and final session is set for June 26 from 5 30 p m to 7 30 pm Both clinics will be held at the Fntz Sick Pool Meanwhile the City of Lethbndge will hold playoffs for three other events in its preparations for the up- coming Games The men's slowpitch playoffs will be on the weekend of July 6-7 and all registration forms must be submitted to the Summer Games office by June 20 A charge of 00 will be assessed to each player on a team Small bore eliminations will get underway for the City of Lethbndge June 26 at 7 30 prn at the local Fish and Game range Age groups have been set for 14 years and under (A 8 events 17 years and under and girls) and 18 years and over