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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHIDQE mmj SHE'S MAWtrirV TME WAITER NEXT RU8C WHAT WILL YOU'RE GIVE Stampeders' Chace feels persons who exercise should do it regularly Rooker blasts would rather be PITTSBURGH 3aseball pitcher Jim Rooker says the last-place Pittsburgh 3irates of the National _eague don't deserve their jaycheques and says he wants .0 be traded. the kind of money guys are getting on this it's a Rooker says. After Monday's ioubleheader sweep over San Diego Rooker hinted that his outcry may be a asychological play rather than 3 display of sheer disgust. do anything it takes to he said from the locker room after the Pirates won their first doubleheader of the season. I have to say this every I'll say it every day. Maybe that's what we need. Maybe we need shaking up instead of always waiting until Rooker has a meager 2-3 record in eight starts even though he is pitching the best baseball of his career with a 2.34 and the Pirates are bringing up the rear in the National League east with a 16-26 record. In a game last Sunday with New York Rooker led 3- 1 into the but he gave up two hits before being relieved by Dave Giusti and Ramon Hernandez and the Pirates wound up losing 5-3. too much talent here for us to be losing like he the problem is that guys aren't bearing down enough. become a job to he added. just putting in going through the motions. I guess they making big money. EDMONTON A per- son who can't exercise regu- larly should not exercise at says a former football trainer attending the semi- annual meeting of the Canadian Football League to help encourage increased use of a new physical fitness program. Larry who served 14 seasons as trainer of Calgary Stampeders of the Western Football said in an interview Tuesday that some clubs already are using the program and others have shown interest. know exercise does no good unless a muscle is said Chace. we've been trying to do is find a way to tire a muscle quickly so the benefit can be attained an official of the North American Fitness said the technique includes the best features of which creates strength without and which creates movement without the need for such repetition. most of the accept- ance of this program has been in the field of business and in- said Chace. we're proud of the success of Philadelphia Regina Pats and Calgary Centennials and we believe other teams will see the wisdom of the The Flyers won the Stanley the Pats captured the Memorial Cup and the Centennials won the Western Division championship in the Western Canada Hockey League. Chace said goaltender Bernie Parent and centre Bobby Clarke were two Flyers most impressed with the program. it seems evident they got the most The program is spreading quickly across he said. Defensive back Rod Woodward of Ottawa Rough versatile Al Ford of Saskatchewan Roughriders and Gord Winnipeg Blue Bombers are also spreading the word. best way to keep fit is to cycle or something like said Chace. many won't go to a health club and others simply don't have who admits he Coif league COUNTRY CLUB GOLF Low gross Perky and Gentlemen III 41. Low net Lakeview Texaco 30. Low team net Packers. Van Bailey 143. Eight point sweep Perky over King Chrysler. COUNTRY CLUB Gentlemen III .43 Lakeview Texaco .43 Oliver 43 Dongatti..... .36 Lethbridge Office Furniture 35 Bastedo's.................33 Packers.......................32 Reliance........................31 Perky .................26 Batons ......24 Blacks .20 King Chrysler 14 misses the associations of organized said he has travelled about miles since last June. hope to travel as the program gets off the ground in he even if I travel I'll be in shape to do ---MRRY flNH--- I YOU Q MILL YOU HARRY HE KUXUKUXU DRH EOEL5TEIH Love story Attending a game in Atlanta Dan in the navy and stationed at New had the Braves flash a message to his girl friend. His girl friend flashed her own message with a big smile and a The Instant Coffee that's fighting high foo Hail the Of all leading Nabob Instant is the one that most often costs less when you buy. Nabob tastes best- so it adds upto your best instant coffee value. Race results EDMONTON Northlands Park race results Tuesday FIRST 3 year 6 furlongs Pleiades Boy 5 20 3 50 Willie Desperado 90 Derwent 2.30. Time. 1.14.3. and Mystic Shadow also ran SECOND 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Restless Willow 1710 Blues' president scared TORONTO Gerry president of Bra- malea Blues of the Ontario Hockey Association Junior B said Tuesday he felt as if he going into a lion's when he entered an OHA meeting April 23. Testifying at an Ontario government inquiry into violence in amateur Henderson said he was apprehensive as he entered the called to examine his club's decision to withdraw from its all-Ontario final series with Hamilton Red Wings. Testimony at the hearing's first session Monday included statements by Bramalea coach Richard Hay that he feared for the safety of his players following the violence-filled first game April 16 in which 189 minutes in penalties were assessed. Accusations also were made oy spectators at the game and by two Bramalea players that a foreign object may have been used by one of the Red Wings in an altercation in which a Bramalea player had the cornea of his left eye scratched. Hay blamed inadequate officiating for allowing the game to get out of hand. Henderson said Tuesday that when the question of officiating was raised at the April 23 it was ruled out of order by Hugh an OHA vice-president and supervisor of officials. time we attempted to make a we were sub- jected to the opinions of the committee he said. Henderson said his counsel also was denied the right to question Hamilton coach Bert Templeton concerning the game won by Bramalea 3-2. At the Henderson was suspended for two seasons and Hay and club manager Gerry Offidani for one year each. Henderson said he was for the decision to pull the club out of the series and had nothing to do with the earlier resignations of Hay and Offirfani 8 60 5 90. Astro Prince 5 30 3 Easygopaddy 7.50. Time. 1141 It's Dreamer Bucking Silk Heir Of Flying Exit and Maizie's Joy also ran. DAILY THIRD 3 year 6 furlongs Bahama Kate 810 430 Running Chief 5 00 2 Dancing Dominion 2.10 Time. 1.14 Morning Page and Naughty Nash also ran. FOURTH 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Destiny's Favor 6.70 3 80 2 Terraro 4 10 2 Wmanca 3 60 Time 1 13 4-5 Friendly Miss Kay Miss Easter Winking Careless June Fire North also ran. FIFTH 3 year olds. 6 furlongs Gallant Ha'wley 4 80 3 20 Clara's Caper 450 Bookstore Ed 2 90 Time. 1.14 4-5 Wandenn Miss. Miss Pell Maple Boy also ran. SIXTH Pembma 3 year 6 furlongs Icy Child 820 470 Miss Norge 8 30 Pilot Bird 3 30 Time. 1 13 2-5 Mrs. Malaprop. Frozen To Say Girl. Madame Pride and Dangling Maid also ran. SEVENTH allowance. 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Count Siempre 26.60 11 30 6 Eagle Star 4.70 Already Fair Eye 4.50 V12 1-5 Belmont Ace Sword and Bottle. Noble Duke Of Alba and Silver Double also ran EIGHTH 3 year olds and 6 furlongs Brown Marine 25.30 810 Bute Boy 420 3 Phil's Hope 1410 Time- 1 12 4-5 Mr. L C For New Alert. Love Air and Vic's Girl also ran. Slowpitch A special meeting for slowpitch teams will be held at the Labor Club Wednesday night. The nine o'clock session has been planned in order to discuss the provincial men's and women's slowpitch finals which will be hosted by Southern during the Labor Day weekend. The local fastball association would also like to remind all fastball and slowpitch teams that applications to participate in the provincial finals must be submitted to Rollie Swalm at 2179 19th Ave. Medicine Hat by June 1. Meanwhile in Commercial Men's Slowpitch League action Tuesday Advance Lumber-Jacks defeated Safeways 13-8. Bob McKeen picked up the win besting Addie Bourne. Nigel Messmer and Ralph Thompson led the winners with a home run each while Bourne aided his own cause with a ;