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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta S2 THE IETHBR1DCE HESAID Tliutidoy, Mtmh 1, 1973 Nine guys earn fast XBW YORK (AP) It would tost a year to field baseball's Gold Dust team, a squad made up of the highest- paid players in the game ac- cording to position. Tlie signing of first baseman Dick Alien to a three year, contract by Chicago White biggest pay clieque emphasized the trend toward skyrocketing sala- ries in professional sports. Here is baseball's new high- priced lineup, based on esti- mated and known pay cheques for the 1973 season: First Allen, White Sox, Second Mor- gan, Cincinnati Reds, Third Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, Aparacio, Bos- ton Red Sox, Out- Aaron, Atlanta, Braves, Carl Yastr- zemski. Red Sox, Willie Mays, New York Mets, Catcher Johnny Bench, Reds, Piich- Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies, Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals, BASKETBALL LEADS Although baseball has other players in the bracket, the national pastime is still being upstaged by rival sports in the financial care of its athletes. Pro basketball is Ihe leader in this category with average salaries of the National Basket- ball Association figured at around Kareem Abdul- Jabbar is earning about annually. Tlie National Hockey League iixes its average at and the National Football League at around Baseball's aver- age is around In this age of sports af- fluence, a favorite parlor game is that of comparing present baseball salaries with that of Babe Ruth. The Babe, home run king of the lS2fls, made a year. He didn't pr.y any income tax and hamburger was 20 cents a pound. The Babe was better off. He made more than the United States president. Our diamond heroes haven't yet caught up with President Nixon, who gets a flat salary of a year plus for ex- penses and for travel tax free. We require Ifiree individ- uals lo Irafu to call on business and professional people. TO SELL A NECESSITY! thai is low in cosls and re- peats regularly. 60 per cent of income is derived from established accounts. Comprehensive Market- ing Training at Company expense. Previous sales experi- ence not necessary. Cor essential. Call far app'h Date Mitchell 262-7091 (Calgory) Wed., Fri., Feb. 28 Mcr. 2 Out of Town call coiled' Monzoii's condition satisfactory SANTA FE (AP) Carlos Monzon, tlie world mid dloweight boxing champion wounded in a shooting acciden ai his home, was reported in satisfactory condition Wednes day after a'two-hour operatioi Tuesday night. Monzon underwent surgery for removal cf a .22-calibre bul 1st from his upper right arm. Dr. Nicholas Rondon said til bullet had grazed tlie bone an lodged in the muscle whic helps control hand movement. Amilcar Brusa, one of Men zon's managers, said the injury would not endanger th fighter's career because it in fticted no irreparable damage. As for his May 12 title fight in Rome against Emile Griffith Brusa saidi "It's premature lo say U we' have to cancel the fight or can be carried out as sched tiled." The 30-year-old Argentine als was scheduler] to meet France' Max Cohen in a non-title, 1 round fight on March 12 in EI rope. Brusa said that bout, for the 15-round till match against Griffith. ha> been cancelled. Both the police and Mrs. Mon zon said the shooting was ace dental. Mrs. Mcnzon said the re- volver discharged when it fell "from Carlos' hands while he was preparing it to go hunting." Too much litter Malisso Militano sobs os she leoves the ice at Bratis- lava Stadium Wednesday, The U.S. Mililana was skaling with her forced from the ice due to litter Ihrown by speclalors. The Iwo relumed later but finished out of contention. Morton sent to Atlanta DAYTON A BEACH, Fla. (AP) Montreal Expos sent right-handed pitcher Carl Mor- ton to Atlanta Braves today in a Two sides to this story. Some people insist that Double Distilled is a robust whisky. It is. But first and foremost It's a smooth whisky. They also insist that it comes in an bottle. does. at an inexpensive price. Other pfeople insist that Double Distilled smooth whisky. It is. Bufjffirst and foremost it's.a robust whisky. They too insist that it comes in an expensive-looking bottle. Which it does. But at an inexpensive _ -i -price. straight trade for Pat Jam also a righthanded pitcher. The announcement was mac as the teams prepared to ope Formal spring training day. Jarvis, 31, has spent sevc seasons with the Braves, liavin an over-all record of 83. vi tories and 72 defeats. Last yea e was 11-7 in 37 appearance largely in relief. Morton, 29, was originally member of the Braves picke up by the Expos in Ihe paiision draft. He was the N ional League's rookie of tl year in 1B70 when he won smes and lost ]J. Morton has had thre.o season with the Expos, compiling a i 45 record. Last year he wo seven games and lojl 13 in 2 mound appearances. DOUBLE DOUBLE DISTILLED The Smooth Whisky. DOUBLE DISTILLED The Robust Whisky. tanitoba in driver's seat Pezer upset by eastern rink CIIARLOrTETOWN (CP) rinco Edward Island may avc made their task a little a r d e r at the Canadian omen's curling championship, ut Saskatchewan still has a lot at its third successive title the nine-game round-robin ouruanient ends tonight. And nobody knows it better lan Laurie Bradawaski, third n tho unbeaten Manitoba rink 'hich ran its record to 7-0 Vednesday night with a slim 10- victpry over Isabel Munro of Vrnprior, Ont. "They still are No. 1 in my Miss Bradawaski said of 10 anticipated showdown in tlie nal draw with Saskatchewan's 'era Pezer foursome from Sas- atoon. "They'll be extremely ougli to.beat. one loss they suffered oday will make them tougher, "m afraid." The loss, 8-7 in the sixth ound to unheralded P.E.I., rep- esented by Elayne Thomson's jaud rink, ended.their un- eaten string in national com- elition at 13 this 'ear. (OLD DOWN SECOND It also left them in second rtace with Karin Kaese of Na- aimo, B.C., one game up on .he Cinderella P.E.I, four. Ontario and Alberta's Edmon- on entry, skipped by Betty Cole, are next with 4-3 rtvarks ollowed by Lee Tobin's Quebec ink from Montreal, 2-5. Atlantic province rinks bring ip the lower end of tlio stand ngs, New Brunswick- -repre- sented for the second time Sheila McLeod of Fredericton-'- s 1-6 while Betty Hodgins o Dartmouth, N.S., and Ami Bow cring of St. John's, Kfld., have yet to win. I n other seventli-rouix parties, the last of Wednesday's three draws, Saskatchewan ripped New Brunswick 19-4, A berta toppled P.E.I. 14-8, Quc bee took just six ends to subdu Newfoundland 13-4 and Britis Columbia handled Nova Scotu 13-7. In the sixth round; the othe scores were: British Columbi 13, Newfoundland 5; Ontario 10 Quebec 7; Alberta 10, N'ov Scotia 1 and Manitoba 12, Brunswick 6, Fifth-round scores were: Sas katchewan 6, Nova Scotia Manitoba 5, Alberta 3; Brills Columbia 10, Ontario 7; Queue 7, New Brunswick 6 and P.E.! 10, Newfoundland 5. LACK CONSISTENCY "We were a bit inconsistent, Miss Bradawaski admitted afte the Joan Tjigrajn rink cracked four in the ninth end and he] through the lOUi to salvage th win. She noted particularly U1 eighth end they stole tn on us." "But we came back o tlie ninth and played she added. "It mad quite a difference, "We do a lot of lulling. W like to rlraw, too, but if we't lying shot one and two and piit a little biter on the othe side we'll likely go after it.' Miss Bradawaski said sh suspected the Ontario rink wa trying to draw to the front o the house in the disastroi ninth end "but it's a lilt CONSERVATION LOTTERY WINNERS DRAWN FE3. 24, 1973 111. 1973 TON FORD TRUCK HAICO CAMPER VALUE Darrell Coslec, 3 Oriole Crescent, Sherwood Park 2nd Herlwig Geitz, 10929 74 Avc., Edmonton 3rd laura Lance, Box 464, Ponoka 4fh Alice Jones, Box 3663, Wetciskiwin 5th Raelynne Paulson, Box 735, Lac la BUhe 6lh Paul Poch, Hillcresl 7th lydia M. Susul, Box 921, lacomlie 8th Y. Moss, 12726 67 Street, Edmonton 9.h Alvin Woll, Box 426, Draylorv Volley 10th Kathleen Lux, R.R. Nc. 2, Box 2, Grand Prairie lllh W. R. Whenham, Longviaw 12th Rita R.R. No. 1, SI. Albert 13th Wayne Backer, Buck lalco 14th Mrs. C. Stale, Provost 15th Mrs. Darlene Mitchell, 1710 34 St. S.E., Calgmy 22 16th Gabriel Picture 5 7th M. D. Grosenick, 165 Rldqewood Terrace St Albert IBIh Bert Steffrns, 1 I 7 113 Ave. 34 Street, Edmonton 19th T. W. Melnyk, Box 311, Devon 20lh Carol Bittman, Faust, Box 4A EARLY BIRD WINNERS 1st Alex Lolimer, Streamstovn 2nd Allan Willis, Beaverlodge 3rd Mrs. J. Vanderpleei', 12J16- I31A Ave., Edmonton 4lh Alberl Miller, Wesllocli lottery proceeds and expenditures lo be reported to the Government of Alberta. Albertans have benefited lo dale from the following projects supported by funds from the Conservation lottery: investigations in support of stronger sir controls and timber horveslinq methods. of a wildlife bibliography. Presenting Ihe facts re Village lake Louise, Rocky Mountain Sheep peculation survey. Fish Resources and Habitat sturiy. Establishment of a Conservation Education Program for the province ond distribution of ecology education materials. Research intended lo pinpoint the mysterious sources of mercury chemicals in our rivers. -Grants to the Canadian Federation, the voice nf Canadion Conservation in Oltawo. Thank you for nurr.hosing licketl, ALBERTA FISH GAME ASSOCIATION S AFFILIATES 212-8631-109 Street, Edmonton T6G 1E8 PROCEEDS FOR CONSERVATION npmining eoner tonight and they were list slipping in." "We had a chance to slioot at '.em, and they missed badly at mes. Tlie shocker of the day was El's conquest of Saskatche- an in the sixth round. "I can't believe it, I just can't ilievc said Mrs. Thomson [ter the surprise win. She said liss Pezcr's attempt to 'draw the eighth, whicli died in ront of the house, "was my big reak of the game" IAD 3 IN HOUSE "Vcra drew up short and I ad three in the house." Saskatchewan, down two in he 10th when the Crapaud rink Lole another one in the ninth, ras counting one with a raft of tones in front of the House Saskatoon's third, Sheila lowan, threw her second shot. The attempt to negoliate a cot-wide port to join the Sas- atchewan counter wrecked on he front stones and she raised PEI rock into count posi- ion. Mrs. Thomson closed Hie port with her first rock, forcing Miss to go for one of tha front tones and push it shot he played beautifully lo regain shot position. With other Saskatchewan ocks in position for a similar ,hot, Mrs Thomson's last rock shut off the rou'e. Miss Pezei ried lo go around the guard but .he rock hung out, "What can you say in a case ike said Mrs. Thomson course I was thinking I hope she misses. But Tm also glad it wan her shot and not mine" Rent-a-Truck MEMBER FORD RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM Economy Cars Pinto Maverick O Torino SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES CALL NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. I6lh Avenue and M.M. 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