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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, October 4, 1974 Everyone is knocking off the Red Wings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Washington Capitals and rookie left winger Mike Marson must have a soft spot for Detroit Red Wings. The Capitals, one of the Na- tional Hockey League's new teams this season along with Kansas City Scouts, defeated the Red Wings 6-4 in an exhibi- tion game Thursday night in Ann Arbor, Mich., with Marson scoring three goals for the winners. For the Capitals, it was their second straight win over the Wings, 0-7, after losing three and tying one in previous games against Buf- falo Sabres, Montreal ANDY CAPP NOTHINV WHO'S THE MOST BRILLIANT, INGENIOUS 'USflAND IN THE WHOLE L I-T.P..I, V.rr... W SAND gravel ASPHALT ITOLLESTRUP; SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. j PHONE 328-8196 Roundup of short sport FIND JOB FOR LAU KANSAS CITY (AP) Charlie Lau, fired as major league hitting instructor and first base coach by Kansas City Royals last Sunday, has accepted a job as the organ- ization's minor league batting instructor, the American MEMBERS AND STAFF OFTHE i FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY Are cordially invited to attend THE 1974 MID-WESTERN FOOD SERVICES SHOW SPORTEX BUILDING, EXHIBITION GROUNDS EDMONTON, ALBERTA SHOW HOURS: Tuesday, October 8th a.m. to p.m. Wednesday, October 9th a.m. to p.m. NO CHARGE: Admission by registration only SPONSORED BY: CANADIAN RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION, ALBERTA REGION League baseball team an- nounced Thursday. FIELD EXPANDS LAUREL, more horses, Marduk of Ger- many and Coup de Feu of France, were entered Thurs- day in the Washington, D.C. International, to be run at Laurel Race Course, bringing the foreign field for the Nov. 9 race to nine. JONES SHARES LEAD SHIZUOKA, Japan (AP) Brian Jones of Australia fired a six-under-par 66 Thursday to share the first-round lead with Takashi Murakami and Masa- haru Oshima, both of Japan, in a golf tournament. Jones carded 32 on the front nine and 34 on the back nine on the par 72 course. CLIPPERS ON BLOCK BALTIMORE (AP) The president of Baltimore Clippers says the sale of the American Hockey League club should be completed by the middle of next week. "It hasn't been done yet, but if it goes through as contemplated ASSISTANT MANAGERS HARTZ MOUNTAIN SPECIALS IN OUR PET DEPARTMENT Limited on Sale October 5th to 9th EACH...... BUDGIES 888 pet for children EACH GERBALS 388 BIRD CAGES 1Q88 EACH HAMSTERS EACH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5th FREE GOLDFISH To the first 300 children accompanied by a parent. FISH BOWL 99" quart S1.54. EACH FISH FOOD 8 Tablets. 84c. EACH..... DOG CHAIN 1 FOOt. S2.36. EACH....... 88 STARTER KIT 99" Gold Fish. S1-46. EACH Ib. Bag. S1.54. EACH...... GRAVEL Water Wheels Aquariums. 96c. EACH....... I ZELLERS COUNTY FAIR f h) Shopping em Meyer Magrafh Daily 930 am to 8 pjm. Thursday FrMty 930 to 9 p.m. TtMptiOfW 3ZS-S171. it will be a complete new said Robert C. Embry, Clippers' president. KEELER RELEASED HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) Defenceman Mike Keeler of Toronto was released Thurs- day by New England Whalers of the World Hockey Association. Keeler, 24, played two games with the Whalers last season and 74 games with Jacksonville Barons of the American Hockey League where he had nine goals and 28 assists. SHIBATA WINS TITLE TOKYO (AP) Champion Kuiaki Shibata of Japan knocked down Ramiro Bolanos in the second round, closed his left eye and finally stopped the Ecuadorian in the 15th round of a World Boxing Council junior lightweight ti- tle fight Thursday. Referee Anselmo Escobedo of Mexico stopped the bout at of the round. The World Boxing Association recognizes Ben Villaflor of Hawaii as the junior lightweight champion. MATCH DATES SET DAKAR (Reuter) The third international athletics clash between the United States and Africa will be held in the U.S. on July 18-19 next year, It was announced Wednesday. Lamine Diack, president of the African Amateur Athletic Confedera- tion did not name a specific venue for the match. The Americans scored a crushing victory in the inaugural match in Durham, N.C., in 1971. CANADIAN INVITED TOKYO (Reuter) Ian Thompson, Britains' Euro- pean and Commonwealth champion, has been invited to run in the ninth Fukuoka inter- national marathon Dec. 8, the organizers announced Wednesday. Thompson was the world's top marathon runner this year and the se- cond fastest performer in his- tory. Also invited are Brian Armstrong of Toronto, Belgian Karel Lismont, East German Eckhard Lesse, and New Zealand veteran Jack Foster. THREE SHARE LEAD CHEPSTOW, Wales (Reuter) South Africa's Gary Player and Britain's Neil Coles and Eddie Polland shot two-under-par 69s Wednesday to share the first- round lead in the Dunlop masters tournament The trio was a stroke ahead of American Grier Jones and Britons Brian Barnes, Roddy Carr and David Chillas. Defending champion Tony Jacklin of Britain had a 73. RESUMES WORKOUTS GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Backup quarterback Jack Concannon resumed workouts with Green Bay Packers Wednesday despite a broken cheekbone. Dr. E. S. Rusky, a team physi- cian, said the fracture was not as serious as he originally believed. He said he will make a final decision on whether to operate next Mon- day. Concannon, was injured hi an auto accident in Green Bay early Tuesday. Canadiens and Philadelphia Flyers. In other games, Montreal beat Boston Bruins 3-1 in Moncton, while St. Louis Blues whipped their farm club, Denver Spurs of the Central Hockey League, 7-1. Indianapolis Racers tied Minnesota Fighting Saints 3-3 in overtime and Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets battled to a 5-5 draw in World Hockey Association exhibition games. Marson, one of two black players with the Capitals, played last season for Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A series. He was 13th in scoring with 35 goals and 59 assists for 94 points. The other black member of the Capitals is Tony White, who played last year for Kitchener Rangers of the OHA junior league. Other Washington, scorers were Gordie Brooks, Jack Egers and Mike Bloom. Danny Grant, Mickey Red- mond, Hank Nowak and rookie .Bill Lochead replied for the Wings, outscored 40-21 in pre-season games. The Canadiens evened their record at 2-2 against the Bruins on goals by Yvon Lambert, Guy Lafleur and Pete Mahovlich. The Bruins took a 1-0 lead when Greg Sheppard scored at of the first period. Lambert tied it at of the third, Lafleur won it at and Mahovlich clinched it at when he fired into an empty net. Ken Broderick started in goal for Boston and was replaced in the second by Gilles Gilbert who finished the game. Michel Larocque went the distance for the Canadiens, who outshot the Bruins 24-23. Steve Andrascik's goal with less than three minutes re- maining in the game gave the Racers their tie in Flint, Mich. It was the first contest for the Racers, one of the WHA's newest teams. Bob Fitchner and John Sheridan also scored for In- dianapolis. Bob Boyd scored twice for Minnesota with Mur- ray Heatley getting the other. Ron Busniuk of the Saints had three assists. Both teams had a number of scoring chances in the 10-min- ute overtime. In Edmonton before 200 fans, Danny Spring's second goal with less than eight minutes remaining gave the Jets their tie with the Oilers. It was the second straight tie between the teams ;-they drew 2-2 Wednesday in Saskatoon. Anders Hedberg, Heikki Riihiranta and Ted Hargreaves scored the other Winnipeg goals. Doug Banrie had two goals for the Oilers with Ed Joyal, Rusty Patenaude and Ron Climie getting the others. Volleyball season opens Southern Alberta high school volleyball players sw- ing into action tonight as the Southwest Conference 1974-75 league schedule opens on three fronts. All six boys' teams will see their first action, and all but two of the girls' units in the league open their schedules as well. Fort Macleod will travel to Taber to meet W. R. Myers tonight while Taber SL Mary's is in Vauxhall. In Lethbridge, Winston Churchill is at home to the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute. Games start at 7 p.m. and both boys and girls games will be featured. Hie other two schools in the conference. Picture Butte and Milk River, have girls' teams only, and will open their schedules at a later date. FARM IMPLEMENT DEALER IN MILK RIVER Requires The services of a competent accountant. Minimum experience: 3 years in a C.A. office, or 5 years in other accounting functions. Applicants are requested to send application to BOX 43, Lvthbridge Horftld, slating ex- perience, age, training and salary expected. ASSISTANT ________________ MANAGER'S WINTER GAMES Specials Continue MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6-9 P.M. ALL DAY SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCT 5-9 LIMITED QUANTITIES PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY 9" BLACK WHITE TELEVISION REG. K-TEL PROMOTION 199 O99 L.P.'s Reg. NOW ONLY 8 Tracks Reg. NOW ONLY Various artists DISCONTINUED 9x12 RUGS styles and colors NOW PRICE CANDLE MAKING KIT REG. 2 SATURDAY ONLY CARTONS CIGARETTES ft regulars quantities, 2 per customer. Each......... 4 66 G.T.X. MOTOR OIL per customer. REG. Each 99 ZELCO 1600 INTERIOR PAINT gloss REG. 5 55 ZELCO INTERIOR PAINT container REG. 9 3 PIECE MODULAR STEREO RADIO REG. '49 BLACK AND DECKER DRILL speed 15 HEAVYDUTY MATCH BOX TOYS Zsl" REG. BOYS' DOWNFILLED WOODS JACKETS S.M.L. REG. 28 FLANNELETTE wide Yard QUILTED REDSPREADS 25% OFF Bed Size NOW MEN'S LEATHER SNOW ROOTS REG. 19 66x72" COMFORTERS REG. 12 BABIES' HIGH CHAIRS REG. '19 FLEETWOOD j 26" COLOR CONSOLE TV REG. LADIES'LONG GOWNS REG. 6.44. 4 LADIES' OVERSIZE PANTIES REG. 1 29 45" WIDE TERRY CLOTH Quanties Yard............ GIBSON CHRISTMAS CARPS cards and envelopes REG. 2.25 1 96 TWIN BED Electric Blankets REG. 22 BROWNIES AND GUIDES BAKE SALE 1NZELLERS ALL DAY SATURDAY GETYOUR PRESTONE ANTI-FREEZE Today Limit 2 per customer While quantifies last............................... Gallon Zellers County Fair Located Hi Zeflers Shopping cJmtre ;