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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 22, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 1f CFL players' proposal accepted WINNIPEG (CP) The Canadian Football League Players' Association (CFLfA) had their counter- proposal accepted today as a basis for further discussion in their efforts to obtain a contract with CFL owners Negotiations adjourned for one-half hour this morning to allow the owners an oppor- tunity to obtain further advice on the proposal from the league executive Ralph Sazio, general- manager of Hamilton Tiger- Cats, told reporters as the meeting recessed "Honestly, we're still far apart We've shown them our position financially and otherwise Association presiden George Reed of Saskatchewai Roughnders said the meetint was to concentrate on all non- financial matters following the recess, in an effort t< leave only the rnonetar., aspects to be considered He said he expected thi meeting would continue unti mid-afternoon Lancers in action Lethbndge Labor Club Lancers' top defensive player Dave Jackson (left) and best defensive player Hank Heerze (centre) tune up along with goalie Gerry Andres (right) for their weekend matches The Lancers will host the Edmonton Blues for a pair of Alberta Intermediate Lacrosse League games which will be staged tonight and Sunday afternoon at Adams Ice Centre Tonight's tilt is set for six o'clock while Sunday's game goes at one o'clock Thunder Bay withdraws its WCHL bid VICTORIA (CP) The Western Canada Hockey League will remain at 12 teams for the 1974-75 season, after a group from Thunder Bay Ont withdrew its application for a franchise The Ontario group withdrew Friday after learning that league governors had set a OOC fee for entry into the tier one junior league QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg PHONE: 328-7684 League governors in their annual meeting then decided to set the 1974 75 schedule on a more-balanced basis with each team meeting each other team a minimum of six times All teams will play 70 games two more than last season Certain regional teams will plav each other more often Victoria Cougars, Kamloops Chiefs and New Westminster Bruins for example will play each other eight times as will the three Manitoba teams Fhn Flon Bombers. Winnipeg Clubs and Brandon Wheat Kings Calgary Centennials and Edmonton Oil Kings will play each other 10 t'mes, as will Lethbndge Broncos and Medicine Hat Tigers and Saskatoon Blades and Regina Pats It was also decided to leave Lethbndge in the east division Swift Current Bron- cos have switched their franchise to the Alberta city Governors also made some minor rule changes came up with a formula for selecting players to the team which will represent Canada at the world junior hockey championships at Winnipeg Dec 26-Jan 5 and awarded the 1975 all-star game to Victoria Rule changes include im- position of a two-minute penalty instead of a fine on a team which requests a measurement of an op- ponent s stick which is then found to be legal also won't be per- mitted to skate around the ice between the first and second and second and third periods Onh the starting lineups will be permitted on the ice Rule changes include im- position of a two-minute Make more money by mail up to FIDEIITV TRUST GunimniEED CERTIFICflTES Simplv mai' vour cheque or money order to Fi delity li .vill'btpr; earning UD to 10% compound interest en receipt and your Certificates will be mailed you by return Every nickel of moiev is invested thero aie no hidde charges or safes rees For additional security deposits up to S20 000 are insured by the Canada Deposit insurance Corporation interest is semi annually or com pounded semi annually and pciid a' maturity on amounts over SiO 000 li s guaranteed See ho.v 'as' vour money grows with Fidelity 'hen complete and the coupon for your Certificates or more information today TRUST CERTIFIMTE (MEREST RHTES Term Rate 30-59 days 60 89 days 90- 179 days 180-269 days 270-364 10, 10% 10 Deposit S5000 1 vear 2 3 4 5 9. 9% 9. Deposit S500 r1 "h u" n Race results penalty instead of a fine on a team which requests a measurement of an op- ponent s stick which is then found to be legal Players also won t be per- mitted to skate around the ice between the first and second and second and third periods Only the starting lineups will be permitted on the ice A total of 24 players, two from each WCHL team, will be selected for the Canadian team for the world junior championships Scotty Munro of Calgary will serve as the team s coach The team will tram at Calgary for six days, beginning Dec 20 Don't take tire trouble on your vacation. Take Michelin radials instead. For many Canadians, vacation-time is travel-time So you can make the most of those precious days of relaxation, we suggest you plan well ahead and cover all the bases that could give you trouble Don't overlook possible tire trouble, have your tires checked and if your confidence needs restoring in this area, let Michelin Radials remove all worry from your mind Michelms are specially built to handle troublesome road prob ems The steel-belted shield beneath the tread, virtually eliminates flats while bracing the tread firmly on the road to ensure more positive handling surer starts safer stops Another PLUS is Michelm'sfuel saving advantage YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO FIND OUT MORE AT: KIRK'S LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ave S Phone 327-5985 TABER 6201 50th Ave Phone 223-3441 CALGARY 1210 45th Ave NE Phone 276-5344 CALGARY (CP) Race Friday trom victoria Park First S4 000 claiming 2 year olds 4 furlongs Fred Lake (Ollive 11 90 720 620 Whiie Mostard (D Wiseman) 7 90 7 20 Sashful Bertie (L Wiseman) 30 60 Time 47 3 5 Jays Pmk Baby Battle Fatigue H Bonded Charlie Bubbles Centa Sail Swoon For Peace Tokar also ran Second S2 500 claiming 3 olds 6 fjrlongs Mister Mission (Hedge) 31 70 14 5C 7 00 Touch Of Frost (Kipl ng) 35 OC 11 60 HIJO Toke (Inda) 4 30 Time 1 14 1 5 Free Aid Belmont Queen Proud Whistler Nauti Nash Deturn Eauei Aider Coun ess Stuart alec ran DAILY DOUBLE S275 00 Third S! 800 claimng 3 vear olds 6 furlongs Panacrctic (Giesbrecht) 11 00 5 90 5 70 Siss Champ (Morns) 7 00 5 BO Lord Ruken (Niblett) 11 00 Time 1 20 2 5 Bazatha White Light Libation Duch s Doll Little Blue also ran Fourth S1 500 claimna 4 year olds and up nile Mv Master 9 40 5 OC 4 60 Cotton Tom IBurrelli 21 70 1030 El Halcon 940 Tirre 14125 Sultan s Diary Silk Butto Smooth Edo" Go Milmarie Major Dividend Norms Mistake also Fifth 000 claiming 3 vear olds 7 furlongs Latia (Hedge) 1240 500 350 Countrvs Choice (Giesbrecht) 400 3 30 Hi Noon (Barroov) 3 10 Time 1 26 2-5 Royal Summer A-emar Merry s Hi C Brown Rundle Pleiades Bov Are Tee Clifforo M also ran Exactor 45 80 Sixth 52 000 claiming 4 year o ds and up 1 miles Restless Willow (Campbell) 24 20 1010610 Ba-ry T (Inda) 17 60 9 20 Skipper Tan (McCauley) 8 50 Time 1 54 uncie Smoothie Over School Khamite Lust'ous Sun Parkland Prince Miss Bal'aspree Rullah Wor'c' also ran Seventh S2 500 claiming 4 year olds and up mue hot Quest (Norns) 3190 1290 4 QO Joker (Olli.e) 1260 650 Love Success (Barroby) 4 70 "me 1 40 1 5 Sandys Roly Glen Sorack Speed Tarre Prnce Doohn Heart Four And Score also ran Eighth 32 clatmirg 4 vear olds and up mile Brov.n Marine (Rasmussen) 1550 7 00 6 30 Powerful Pop 'Gold) 5 40 4 80 Callm Nesh (Inda) 5 10 Time 1 39 4 5 Sootime Award Rusiv Water Sunciarce Chie' maae Tea Coffee John also ran IT'S GOING TO GET r 1nr S in rnvri TruV C1 j s P i V i nl IT n it n r t im jti i Da' Mail 1o FIDESIUTy TRUST OS riOr'ih nu< vV jlq j y A t- i4 j ITT ll4" 1909 What Does Social Credit Have To Say On PRICE CONTROL Social Credit will not interfere with the prices set in a free competitive market by business, except in the following cases 1 To prevent abuse of a monopoly marketing position; 2 To raise or lower prices as part of a general taxation or price discoun! policy 3 To limit demand from abroad for Canadian resources in short supply Have You Had Enough? 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