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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FARM AND RANCH TOUN Of UN SOUTH PACIFIC Cuy pmon ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTM VNJJMl HALL The Uthbridge Herald Third Section Lethbridge. November 1973 Pages LiTMMIPOiOPPICiRJUMlTUHiLTP. j HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Goodwill only says Nicklaus NUEVA Spain Jack Nicklaus called Wednesday for a ban on prize money in the World Cup golf tourna- ment which today. The United States PGA champion believe there should be neither prixe money nor sponsors. If you're going to have sponsors for.a then you should have prize money to suit the situation. If promoting inter- national goodwill is the theme of the then it should be but golf spon- The 21st World Cup com- with a record 50 par- ticipating offers total prize money of only 000 going to each member of the winning two-man national team and an additional for the individual low scorer. Strong in the field will be Canada's two-man entry of Canadian PGA champion Bob Panasiuk of and Montreal's Phil Giroux. have American spon- presumably yet there is no prize money to speak of. This is one of the reasons why the field is not so Nicklaus said. Nicklaus partner U.S. Open champion Johnny Miller and is the clear favorite to fin- ish top individual. support the individual competition absolutely. Some nations might have trouble producing two good but if one does well it brings as much glory for his he added. Nicklaus predicted the greens on this undulating par-72 laid out in a valley overlooking the cause everybody which has won the event 11 times since -its in- ception in is a hot favor- with Gary Player and High Baiocchi of South and 1972 Hsieh Min- Nan and Lu-Liang-Huan of among the likeliest challengers. 1969TORMOG.T. 2 door p.b. air fully equipped. 1967 FORD radio. 4 door sedan 1972MPJIU 2 door low miles. UttPONTUCWttON VS. Ideal transportation. UnMMIECMU good unit. ISM KICK 4 door real clean unit. '1595 1971 TOM 4 speed good shape. 1I7INNTMCNKDIE 4 door 455 Ideal for trailer towing. SOMMERFELT CAR SALES That's rebounding WALTER KERBER photo College of Great Falls Argonauts have heighth and they make use of it. It is in full evidence here as Larry Baker of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns simply looks up as two Argonauts reach for the sky in hauling in a rebound Wed- nesday night at the U of L gym. The Argonauts came on strong in the second half to win their exhibition encounter. Stargell couldn't hide bitterness PITTSBURGH Pittsburgh Pirate outfielder Willie Stargell tried hard to mask his disappointment at not being named the National League's Most Valuable Player. But his second stint as a bridesmaid left the slow- talking Stargell apparently somewhat bitter. had planned not to be but there was a reac- he said. be lying if I said there wasn't. This was my best Stargell said he's confused as to what makes a basebaM player and as a re- he he's become dis- illusioned about the honor. can't really say I deserve he said after learning that Pete Rose of Cincinnati Reds won the title Wednesday. don't know what the standards If he has to do something like breaking Roger Maris's home run record to get the Stargell says he doesn't want it. it has to be that they can keep he said in a even voice. SUrgeU's team-mates say that the slugging outfielder is a modest not given to flashy displays and that this worked against him in the MVP voting. really hurt said Pirate outfielder Al Oliver. tend to take you for granted when you're This year marks the second time that Stargell has placed in the MVP balloting. In when he led the Pirates to a division Stargell came in behind St. Louis Cardinals' Joe Torre. Even though St. Louis fin- ished in second Stargell said he was told that Torre turned in a better individual season. Ali set N.Y. Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali have settled a back tax bill with New York clearing the way for their 12-round .rematch in New York City Jan. it was announced Wednesday. State tax commissioner Mario Procacdno said the two former heavyweight boxing champions agreed with the state tax commission that they are subject to state per- sonal Income tax on per cent of their income derived from or connected with New York Yet he said he feels he may have been passed over this year because the Pirates finished third. think it is a contradic- Stargell I'd like to see it changed. along the line they're going to disappoint a guy who doesn't take it as well as I Stargell batted .299 last sea- son and led the majors with 44 home 118 runs batted 43 doubles and a slugging per- centage of .646. Rose batted .338 with 64 RBIs and five homers for Cin- cinnati. He collected 274 MVP 24 more than Stargell. who fin- ished with a respectable .292 batting 22 homers and 99 RBIs last came' in 23rd in t'.e voting. feel I belong in the top but I know you're going to need a magnifying glass to find he said. need to get into a position where people can identify he complaining that the were respon- sible for his low standing because they juggled him between first base and the out- field last season. like ques- tioned the standards for MVP voting. unfair that they don't seem to consider guys on last place Oliver said. Argos finish strongly in impressive outing The visiting Great Falls College Argonauts came up with a strong second half finish and defeated the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns 82-64 in an exhibi- tion men's basketball game Wednesday night. The Pronghorns used the non-conference as a tune-up for their Canada West University Athletic Associa- tion Men's Basketball League season opener against the University of Calgar.y Dinosaurs this weekend. The Pronghorns will of- ficially open their 1973-74 season schedule Friday night at at the U of L gym- nasium. Both clubs will see action again Saturday night at the same time and location. Meanwhile in last night's af- Pronghorns' coach Robin Fry and his chargers-had the ideal opportunity to practice their full-court press defence ..against a club who resemble the Dinosaurs in stature. Fry seemed extremely happy with how things turned out although his ball club suf- fered a loss. The big thing in Fry's mind right now is the Dinosaur en- counter Friday flight. If his squad could hold their own against the king-size Argonauts with the full-court he hopes to gain the up- per hand against Calgary. Rumors have it that the Argonauts have an edge over the Dinosaurs. happy with th'e boys' performance tonight and I think we had them going in circles at commented Fry. still have to iron out a few but it's early in the season yet and I think we'll come along just he added. The Pronghorns did have visitors going in circles during part of the game with the exception of forward Craig Bonharens who led the Argos.' attack with a big 35- point outing. Skip Harden also hooped 16 points for the visitors who led 34-29 at the half. Max Zaugg paced the home- standing Pronghorns with 14 points during the 40-minute tilt while Phil Letham added 13. Larry Baker and Gary Williams also contributed 12 points in a losing cause. Meanwhile the U of L female varsity Pronghorns will open their 1973-74 CWUAAWBL season at home prior to the Pronghorns- Dinosaur Friday night. The gals will take on the U of C pinnies in a contest at their home gym. A pot of gold is waiting at end of Rainbow all is in readiness at the Lethbridge Curling Club for the 18th annual Rainbow Bonspiel which kicks off Friday. The annual affair has chang- ed somewhat in format over 'the past three years and has become the Grey Cup Rain- bow Bonspiel and carries with it over in prize money. 'And it takes only three days of action to earn the lions share of it. Just to make things all the more both A and B champions are back for a second crack at the jackpot this time around. Lawrence Lennon of the defending bonspiel champion despite the fact it was erroneously reported that Scott Henderson was the reigning king of the and Bruce Stewart of Calgary are in Che lineup for Friday's opener. who has a habit of leaving Lethbridge with prizes each trip won last year's B division title. In 1971 he won it all. in meets Don Garrett of Calgary while Stewart is drawn against Tom Flannigan of Medicine Hat. The Stewart- Flannigan match is set for five.. A total of eight local rinks are in the running including Lyle Bernie Garth Cliff Lloyd and Don Tillot- son. Draws will continue throughout the weekend with accommodations made for the The Herald- Sports Grey Cup. Color televisions will be set up in the Curling Club lounge for the game Sun- day morning at 11. Friday's draws are as p.m. John Calgary vs Harry Fort Scott Hender- Lethbridge vs Ralph Don Calgary vs Mlro Lyle Davis. Lethbridge vs Mel Jordan. Wayne Sokolosky. 'Calgary vs Don Bernie Sonn- Lethbridge vs Bill Bruce Calgary vs Tom Medicine Mike Calgary vs Terry Plncher Creek. p.m. Frank Bailey. Calgary vs Ken Garth .Lethbridge vs Stan Medicine Reg Taber vs Gil Gary Calgary vs Ed Cliff Lethbridge vs Elwood Don Calgary vs Lawrence Lloyd Lethbridge vs Doug Norm Calgary vs Les Calgary. SWITCH GOALTENDERS PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League have switched back-up goaltenders with Richmond their American League affiliate. 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