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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHIDUE 1V73 TRY THIS NEW PIPE FOR 30 DAYS. So different that it's patented by the CANAPIAN GOVERNMENT patent number 100357 This top grade Mediterranean briar incorporates a sensational invention that contradicts every idea you've ever had about pipe smoking. It completefy eliminates breaking-in. and bitterness never reach your mouth. You get moisture-free thoroughly enjoyable smoking. It s the first pipe in the world that s guaranteed to give unadulterated pleasure to smokers You get the best smoke of your life or it won t cost you a cent. Give it 30 days- No no nor any other pipe c.m give you the full rich deep down enjoy- and peace of mind that you gel from a C.irev Pipe Watson cold but in lead You he pipi- Miiokei with .1 rack full of pipes unil Mill scjiilimB lor the idu il smoke or perhaps would like to switch to a pipe IO ail down on cip.iri.ttcs or cxpciism. LIMITS Not loo long igo Ihc Surgeon General of ihe United Stales shotkid llie nation with his lune rc.- port on smoking and health federal law was passed rcquirinu pitkage ol lo hear mes- sage Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health In C mad i the following now appears on uaarctli. WARNING The Decartment ot National Health and Welfare advises lhat danger to health increases v.uh amount smoked AVIS Le mmisiere de la Sante nationale et du Bien eire social consideic que le danger pour la sante croil avec I usage AS A KI SUI I Cigaretlc smokers to smoking Most of them win. ntli.rU disappointed lu- CJU-.C just louldn I tolerate Ihc lonmie hilt and ln1- krncss ilie vlutlLA the sliiiis ol toul I noo uul UK si.ik alter t Me ill it KMilK liom HI OKDI NAIO pipi The C Pipe m u look like nn pipe hut il s .1 lot dillercnl1 In leal Ihere s nothing like it in the whole weirld The 1'ipe is made ol the I med mcditenanc in IK lies in ilu elusive p.itenled M INCH eoneealeil in a bite proof njlon Mem It's Not a Filter The Magie Ineh IN not a hllei ih u yeK -.ojm and loaded with loul srnilnrm '_oo MiguN tiltei tiansmiis M de loul odor into each sneeessne- pull ol treainm more problems thin n solves It's Not A Trap The 'M igic Ineh ix not .1 trap eolleelinu moisiuie that gurgles wuh everv ih.iw U is not a trip that muM he cleaned atur oery smoke It's Almost Magic Not mv magu hut L KF N M inn winds tiiek iir moisuni hv evaporitum from Ihe oee nM.ri and -.minis lift'ii hiah into the atmo- sphe-ie where the eooler iippn .111 siitie-eves it mlo drops ol u.iKr ih 11 tall b lek lo eanh in Us most perfect stale ol puiiiv luM as the' eoldei upper air o.f the itmosphcrc i.uisis ram the eool air ihe eh imhei ihioimh die speeial louvres ol Ihe p.itenled Caro siem -causes immediate condensation of ihe moisture1 in Mie smoke wheie il tliops lo Ihe hollom of ihe eliimbei is absorbed Ihe naluial liber sleeve of ihe Ma-iK Imh anil in nun is evapoi.iled into the out-uk iir aeciimulaiion mi lo form sludne 01 slims ol bitlei laMina aoo The Magic Jnih also oxvucn vvah the from the lob m peifeetlv eontiollcd propoi lions cooling the smoke ill lonuue bile .uul ere.ilmu Nil L- 1 SS Mil ami I MM-.SS was IHHI belole lllioved 111 pipe smoking lod.iv over OIK hundred md lifn thousand smokeis smoke Caie'v Pipes ilmosi exelusivch Thtv dl jor soiled hv leeeplmg mv most unusual oiler lo test a C no I'ipe lor iviihoui anv risk on iheii p.u 1 w h Usoevel I hev weie ill KI inli-d ihe s ime option an option is vouis also to ilavs il vou lurie ih il the C inv I'ipe is the best smoke of MHII hie. voti mav keep u il don'i lam uhack il wuh a h uiinier and iiluin the biokeii to me The tnal his eosl vou Mow m uu businesses ire that of their N.C. Tom Watson struggled and scrambled to a second con- five-over-par 76 Fri- but still managed to re- tain the lead through seven rounds of the World Open golf tournament. Watson's leading margin dwindled from six strokes to as he went to a 499 par on the No. 2 course at the Pinehurst Country Club. With one round to go in this 144-hole chase for a record first Bobby Mitchell and veteran Miller Barber moved into a tie for second place. Mitchell had a one-under- par 70 and was the only one of the leaders able to break par in the breezy weather. Rookie Ben Crenshaw slipped back with a 73 but remained in contention with a 502 total just three strokes said the 21-year-old winner of the Tex- as Open just two weeks ago in his first start as a member of the Tournament Players Division It was another two strokes back to Lon Hinkle and Leonard a pair of non-winners tied at 504. None of the game's glamor names are in position to make a run at the title. Arnold Gary Player and Masters champion Tommy Aaron are bunched 11 strokes away at 510. Aaron and Player had Palmer 74. Billy Casper was 75 for 513. Jack Tom Weiskopf and 'Lee Trevino are not competing. U.S Open champion Johnny Miller withdrew. Australian Bruce a fourtime winner this failed to qualify for the last 72 holes. The 24-year-old who has yet to win in two years on the pro was shaking his head in dismay after going 10 over par in the last two rounds Watson didn't make a birdie and retained the lead only be- cause none of the contenders could make a run at him. He missed the green eight hit one out of five times had to sink testing putts in the three-to six-foot range to save par and once one- putted for bogey. T-WU'VT'AD ENOUOH Pearson came back the best of all pioiluel Make Your Own 30 Day Test C lip oiil Ihi coupon below I ill in voiu name mil ad- duss uul send n to me Ill send vou a lull eoloi nioeluiii ihsoluiilv hee so vou em seleel voui uui sh ipe lol voui d IV E A Carey. 26 Duncan i Ik iv Mi irev Snul mi vour lull broiluiri s I i. Ill selei.1 I pipe sinokt 1 J IV s on i linl isis None Address Cily Zone Province Southern Alberta Juvenile League HOCKEY COLEMAN CASCADES SUN.. NOV. 18th p.m. HENDERSON ICE CENTRE AdulUSLOO Students Children V8 LETHBRIDGE MIDGET ELKS NEW YORK David who had one of the best comeback records in the last two has been se- lected as the American race driver of the year will receive a cash award at a trophy at a luncheon in New York Tuesday The selection was made by a panel of motor sports writers who voted quarterly throughout the season Drivers picked up points in each of the four voting periods. Pearson won 11 Grand Na- tional stock car races in 18 starts in 1973 and had 14 fin- ishes in the top five. In the he became DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern Alberta Fire-Auto-Personal- Commercial DOUG BOYER Sales Representative 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 UNIROYAl UNIROYAL Thm 6ntt UNIROYAL SNOW TIRE RUYS Avillibn it the following Uilroyil KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE PhOfW M7-MM TARER M01 50th B.C. PIWM423-774t HARRY'S BARTON Plctin Btttte ROY-AL SERVICE HI WAY Riynond JUBILEE MOTORS. Crfcton GARNER FUEL UthbrMfi MAPLE LEAF NtMord the second million career prize winner for the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. His 1973 ear- nings totalled giving him a career mark of Richard the 1971 driver of the is the other million stock car winner driver of the Mer- cury owned and serviced Jay the famed Wood Brothers of Va scored 28 points in the four phases of the balloting. He was top man in the first two for 18 and placed third and in the final two polls. Mark Donohue placed se- cond behind Pearson over-all after capturing the final phase with 102 points to Pearson's 54 Wally the East N J veteran who won three races for In- dianapohs-type was third over-all. Fourth place went to Gordon winner of the 1973 In- dianapolis 500. who announced his retirement from competi- tion after winning this year's Canadian-American Challenge Trophy will receive as will Dallen- bach and Johncock. Ramsey attacked by writers LONDON Soccer writers Friday urged the replacement of Sir Alf Ramsey as team manger of ousted from the World Soccer Cup tournament last month and beaten by Italy Wednesday The defeat by the Italians left England with only two Russia and Austria in its last 10 matches against foreign op- position. Times football correspon- dent Geoffrey in an ar- ticle headed England Must Build Without Sir said. here anxiously awaits a new dawn and it can only come with a change of outlook and method time is surely drawing near for Sir Alf Ramsey to hand over his reins to someone else He has done his but the hour has come for a new hand on the tiller and a refreshing approach all round The equally influential David of The Daily Ex- said the writing had been on the wall for England since the 1970 World Cup in Mexico and Sir Alf had now revealed himself to be ly out of touch with Miller said it was irrespon- sible for Ramsey to as he did after Italy's Wembley that he did not know why England was not scoring goals. The Express writer com- have not been scoring them for three years when it really counted in almost every match we Jtave been given a lesson in Ramsey's failure to use the substitutes at his disposal showed that he had no thought for the future and he says he does not know the then it is time he to make way for someone who Miller added. In The David Lacey suggested that if Ramsey did not step down or get is surely the time to consider appointing an assistant team a younger man who would share in the running of the side-with a In takiiur over ;