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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Jung 11, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Lakers' pitchers hand Jimmies 6-4 victory CLEMENTE RAPS MEDIA Pillsburgh Pirates' Roberto Clemenle claims Latin Ameri- can players are overly criticized by the news media. He says that when a young Latin mokes a mistake, baseball writers porlray him "dumb, (AP Can't figure them out Sox hard on Kasko By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS If Eddie Kasko had any hair on the top of his head, it would certainly be gray by now. That's what managing Boston lied Sox can do to you. Take, for example, this last week. The Red Sox played eight baseball games and scored a tolal ol 54 runs which averages out lo almost seven a game. Thai's pretty good. They won three of the eight games and that's pretty bad. The Boston bats went lo sleep again Tuesday night and the Sox came out on the short end of n 5-2 score against Texas ace Astros rrass for a while and was una- vare of a reported Jl-miUion iffer for a five-year contract. IB said his lawyer, Harvey Weinberg, has been negotiating. Weinberg was here Tuesday, apparently discussing a tax de- ferment program for the million contract, but flew back to Chicago in the evening. Hull said that if he does sign with the Jets, there's a "goori chance" the NHL Mill go lo the courts to try and prevent him for playing in the WHA. "I haven't given that subject much said Hull, who earlier had shown groups ol youngsters who greeted him at the airport that his hair trans- plants are working, "but as far as I'm concerned there woulc Ire no breach of any conlrac with them "1 don't think the reserve clause would stand up in cour anyhow." scn; Balrd (HJ> Lynn <6) find ron. Ella 100 KS f 1 ......mo 140 i i i Phillips 3-01 aod Van Ornum; Pur- ell, Henredson [6) end Thompson. BASS SAYS NO OTTAWA (CP) M a r v 1 n Bass a University of Hidunen< football coach working will the Ottawa Rough Riders train ing camp, refused job offer Monday from the Montreal Al ouettes. Bass, 52, said he turned down the offer of a coaching job from lead coach Sam Etchev erry of the- Alouettes because he did not want to break his committment to the University of Richmond. LiKESCOREl Loktrt Ummln CM OtO 300 010 t 7 3 Native Sons lose first place lead The Lethtaidge Native Sons came home leaving their first place standing in the Southern Alberta Major Lacrosse League in Calgary as they dropped a 9-5 decision to the Shamrocks Tuesday night. The Shamrocks, who have beaten the Native Sons four times in live encounters took over first place with the win last night. Shamrocks sport 22 points while the Sons holrt 20. In last night's contest, Cal- gary were never headed dur- ing the three periods as they carried 4-2 and 6-2 period leads. Gerry Gillson led Calgary's attack scoring four times Doug Cairn, Doug Sheyne, Gene DeGroot, Doug Brown and Tim Driscoll added sto- gies. Don Kitchen, Reg Dawson, Jerry St. Jean, Dwayne Kirch- ner and Ken Hammerstedt tal- lied once each for the Sons. Sons' goalie, Lonnie Howg, also managed three assists in the loss. net 1-5. Rockln' Ruler, Golden Northern Mission also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year Choppo CKIplfng) 9.50 5.20 OuT- foot tlnda) 4.90 3.00, (Res. mussen) 2.60. Time: Alilrust, Fan Tail, Super Ouifl. Gay Stitch, Tcrraro, Ferment also ran. QUINEILA: S7S.30. THEY DID ...AND WON ALBERTA'S BIGGEST CASH PRIZES Here are the winners of the Fourth and Final Early Bird Draw in the Can- adian Derby Sweepstake, held May 20rrsl Final draw August 12th for AND FINAL EARLY BIRD DRAW WINNERS JUNE 201h, 1972 EDMONTON x i CHAW A lit Edmonton 2nd P. Kcluzny, Colmar, Alia. 3rd Roche, Vancouver, B.C....... Debyr Edmonton 285 Gregory, Edmonton 285 Consolation, W. G. Henlges, Colorado Springs, U.S.A. 285 John Schneider, Edmonton 285 Schaupmeyer, Mayerthorpc, Alia.................. S 285 Anderson, Edmonton 285 Consolation-Martin Rody, Cobalt, f 285 DRAW B PrIie-Pet 2nd Sladtk, Colgary 3rd Prize-S. Prici, Winnipeg Lufr, Calgary......... 285 Slater, Winnipeg 285 Belt, London, Onl......... 205 Edmonton........ 285 Corriveau, Rolling HJIs 2B5 Urtdger Vancouver 285 Fulton, Toronto 285 GET IN AND WIN WRITE YOUR OWN TICKET NOW! Buy 5 and get one FREE with our SIX PACK; Large screens for paying customers Instant replay for fans? By nitUCE LEVETT Canadian Press Sports Editor In future, the National Hockey League rink or the Canadian Football League stadium may bear a striking resemblance to a drive-in movie. Large screens, to bring to the patrons in the park the in- stant replays long enjoyed by the folks at home, are going up in the Uniled States. Can- ada may be next. Brian O 'N e i 11, executivc- direclor of Iho MIL, says some clubs are considering the giant screens, but he isn't sure whether any will be in operation by next fall. "At (his stsge, the MIL has not established a policy about O'Neill says. But regulations will be drawn up governing their use. For instance, the league could rule the instant replay be pro- hibited as a menns of second- guessirig game officials. "But then, again, we won't know for sure unlil the gover- nors issue Jake G a u d a u r, commis- sioner of the CFL, says: 'I understand that the Brit- ish Columbia Lions, who have large-screen facilities In Em- pire Stadium, are in discus- sion with the owners of thosa facilities. But I don't know ex- aclly what it is they are dis- cussing." Gaudaur, however, says he would have no fear that in- stant replay would prove em- barrassing to game officials. "I don't subscribe to that. The history of television and game movies show that the officials are not often wrong." Used improperly, however, Instant replay "might be con- sidered a form of intimidation of officials." The CFL has "nothing on the' hooks against Gau- daur says. "Of course, before we could say whether such a thing is permissible we'd have to know just what was pro- posed." He said television agree- ments signed .by each confer, ence preclude the itse of closed-circuit television and instant-replay proposals might conflict with those agree- ments. Gatidaur said one problem was that many CKL games are played in daylight. How- ever, there will be 59 nigbt- t i m e pro-season the CFL this season. 10 STOREYS HIGH Reports from the U.S. say these superscrecns will sland as tall as a 10-storcy building and cost as much as mil- lion each. Baseball in Ihe U.S. has come out against "that type of gimmickry." The National Football League, aware that some such proposal is under contract in some areas, says no learn has asked permission to use ono. The NFL has rules prohibit- ing the use of electronic equipment during a game. Besides, there Is the suspi- cion that the home team could dictate just which plays were all, It's their see immediately what it was doing wrong or the o p p o s i t i o n was doing right. There are three manufac- turers of big screens in tho Corp. TNT Com- munications Inc., and Stew- art-Warner. Wilh one of these, a club can show Gone With The Wind as half-time entertainment or, as one team plans, keep the fans in Iheir seats after the game by showing a game from another eas- ing traffic congeslion. 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