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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THE IF.THGRIBGE HIRALO Ihumlov. 'irrvinit In'dry fiirnrilm Homunians proud to lake part in World Cup I'M .inning, though. Isn't as bin as lie tin-ill of representing your 1970 at Huenos I ho .Icred first and Oavid lioinama hacked its way to a 727, IfU shots liphind Die Aus- sies. Tomila Ills team will) f I like riclor'H'x MX' will! wt'lT as -16 i crous Car a hv wi: clon'l believe il .Mill .I'M Ltv ui'i o x I) o Y tin: H'; v uviM-iic'. today dnn't bflH'U' it." s attacked trench- j p-owlf, (ieo'rge Hill. captain K Golf l.'lu'.i j jjk, I'niversity of Western On- j tario Mustangs who won a berth I'tiik c( Winnipeg in Saturday's Atlanta i ha II playoff in Halifax! Queen'.'. University -K-" in Hit- Man''i Huskies. Ol'AA semi-finals at Kingston Mustangs, with a 3-r; before their 13-0 finals victory 1 against wnn-lost regular season recurd in the Ontario Universities Ath- letic Asocial ion, trampled PRE-CHRISTMA5 DECORATING COSTS YOU LESS When You Shop at Woolco Manufacturer's Clearance Craftmaster Paint Ottawa on campus here. 'They think the win over The Romanians aren't the only Communist nation entered. The. Czechoslovakians decided lo come this year Nicklaiis captuJed the 1071 PGA championship on the same oast course, earning ;i spot on Uie entry for the World Cup. Sidekick Tjce Trev- ino got here by beating Jack in a play-off for the U.S. Open title. Grouped bcliind tile favorec j United States are the South Af- wct and team of Gary Player and Harold Helming; tlic defending Open Monday ond Tuesday 9 n.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Closed Thursday, Open Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 h Jyri Aussies, Devlin and Graham; and tiie New Zealand combina- tion of John Lister and lefty Bob Charles. Queen's was a says Hill, slightly annoyed. "And they fig- ure that we caught Ottawa on a bad day.'1 Not so. says coach Frank Cos- i entino, for whom the OUAA j crown was reminiscent the last time Western won the honor. That was in when Cosen-; tino played on the winning, squad before moving up to the Canadian Football Lea.sue with Edmonton. Toronto and Hamil- ton. RUNNING CHIEF WEAPON j The running game. Mustangs (AP) _ Wai- chief weapon, is powered by (n. A, manager four backs: Bruce MacRac. Ml of Dod Brooklvn ajld Alston signs contract Montreal announces schedule MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Expos announced Wednes- day that the club will be at home during 13 weekends in with each of their 11 Na- tional League opponents malting at least one Friday to Sunday stopover. The world champion Pitts- burgh make two weekend trips here as will Phil- adelphia Phillies. Tho Expos brat out Hie Phils for fiftli place in last season's play. Other highlights of the itl- game home schedule released were: The Expos will be home for three Canadian holiday dolcf May 22, .lunc 24, and July 1- and the July 4 United Stales two early August doub- lebeaders, one on a Wcdncs- day night and the other on a Sunday aflcrnoon; 54 single night games, and three single twilight games. The Expos have scheduled 20 single day games, including opening day. pounds. Port Credit, Ont.; soph- omore Dave Kerr, 193, St. Cath- arines, Ont.; Pete Quigley, 205, London and Bud Wilson, 195, Sarnia. Ont. MacTtae and Kerr have been the traditional starters this sea- son with Quigley and Wilson The' squad also Terry Harvey, a flanker, and guard Rocea. the only bvo tangs plnycrs selected to (he of- fensive line o! the Ol'AA west- em section all-star team. End Steve Derbyshire, 3 de- fensive all-star piek, will be out of action against St. Mary's due to an injury in the game with Queen's. Other all-star defensive picks are end Dan Dulmage. corner- back Dave Doherty. defensive back Dave Clarke and Hill, the captain. CUMI'LtTKD PASSF.S Los Angeles for 18 seasons, has his 19th one-year contract, the National Laegue club an- nounced Wednesday. Alston, who will be 60 on Dee. 1, piloted the 1971 Dodgers to within one [.'amc of the National League's Western Division pen- nant.. His blending "of more rookies than I've ever bad before" with veterans earned tlte affable Ohio native his fiflh Nali Owner Phi! Wrigley of Chicago Cubs, skirting commitment on Durochcr's status for 1972, said Wednesday: "I'm too fond of Ernie Banks to moke him manager of anything." Wripley's comment followed a printed speculating th.'iL Banks, a Cub player since 1953. would be named managerial .successor to the controversial Durocher. Thf T.Vyear-old Wriglry, ,nl though complaining that. "I wish a 11 the sports writers would stop trying to pick out rny admitted ho fins not resolved Durocher's Allure, the National Lc'agtiG Cubs. However, hn in in tlic persist cut rumor tlial the -10-year-old Hanks will lake over the Cub helm as the first black man- ager in the major leagues. ''Managing is a dirty job, it doesn't last long and it cer- tainly isn't anything I would wish on Banks who is beaded for baseball's Hall of Fame. Furthermore, T think Banks wouldn't take a managerial Dnrocher's status has been in doubt despite, an advertise- ment, in Chicago newspapers Kept. 3 in which Wrigley his iify-yoar-oid pilot a vnlc of confidence for remainder of the 1971 season. However, the ad, directed against the, "dump Durocher made no mention of Leo retuming for 1072. Durocher took over in and lifted the Cubs from last place lo two second aJid three third-place finishes. Washable Corduroy: Child miss. Sponge Plaid or Gold uppers- Sires 6 to 13 and 1 to 3. Cosy Orion for Ladies and Misses Plush Orion pile scuffs wun cm hioned insole. Canadian made and machine washable. sues 1 1 to 3 and 5 In 10 chiids' Moccassin: Vinyl made in Canada. Shearling cuff. Ton. 6 to 10. Shearling Lined Leather Opon Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday 9 a.m. to 6 p rn Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ;