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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Tuesday. October 9, 1973 IOC conference wraps up Many questions left unanswered VARNA Bulgaria (CP> Manv of the questions con- cerning television lights and security for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games in Montreal remain unansweiud Both subjects were bneflv as the International Olunpu Committee ilOS) wound up us 74th session Sun dav but lew specific answers were forthcoming At a post session news con- ference IOC president Lord Killanm of Iieljnd said there had been a mistake made in the Montreal progress teport submitted I-1 to the IOC lie said 'he organising com- mittee reported it had sold elevision rights of the Games in the United States for million The IOC presi- dent said that 5 million paid bv the American Broad- casting Co was for the rights and million for hardware The IOC controls the rights and the organizing com- mittee provides the hardware Lord Killanm said 5 million for hardware is to cover the cost of the installations such as studios lines and equipment PRICING COMPLICATED Roger Rousseau president of the Montreal organizing committee said the price of Sears 'Storm King' retread snow tires At these prices why risk a winter on worn-out tires? .'V Slze 600 695 735 775 825 855 560 775 825 855 775 825 855 825 855 Studs Extra Per Tire Leep-biting snow retreads with specially selected casings re-capped with top quality rubber compound in a good tread design No trade-in needed Buy now' 13 98 Blackwail Snow Tire Studding extra Per Tire Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at you getthe finest guarantee ft4nlftf4WtlOfl and free television rights was a com- plicated formula He said the IOC which gets a percentage of such a sale had asked that its share be based on the figure, while the organizing committee maintained it should be based on the 5- million figure "We said no, Rousseau said "Half of the money we regard as hardware and the IOC agreed to take its share from the 5-million figure Rousseau said all major broadcasters are being given the opportunity to negotiate for rights and that the Cana- dian Broadcasting Corp has set up an Olympic Radio and Television Organization (ORTO) to act as host broad- caster The total cost of ORTO's in- stallations and operation has been estimated at million and presumably it would get the 5 million hardware portion of the ABC contract to help defray its budget The contract between ttte organizing committee and ABC is the only one signed to date Rousseau said negotiations are in progress with several other networks including the powerful Euro- pean Broadcasting Union PLAN ONLY RUMOR' Lord Killanm said he has no knowledge of a reported plan by the Montreal group to sell television rights in Europe by closed-circuit cinema outlets Reports were that Marvin Josephson of New York the man who engineered the ABC deal was working on a closed circuit cinema hookup There were no comments from the Montreal delegation on the speculation Lord Killanm said he has had discussions with the organizating committee about security It is a matter for their own forces he said adding that both the committee and the IOC were keeping "an eye on it He said both parties were concerned with entry of per- than athletes trainers and the Olympic Village Rousseau said earlier that the question of security was Bowling HOLIDAY BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Man Bernhart 318 Audrey Scott 259 Bert Madill 223 Jrm Arthur 285 Henry Meyer 254 Arvid Oseen 243 Walter Baker 244 Jack Nunweiler 250 Ben Evanson 232 CJOC Clarence Tremel 270 Kathy Mueller 268 Bill Cerutti 263 John Wecels 269 Lmd Jensen 266 Jim McPike 289 Bob Fenton 269 (761) Colleen Payne 261 Kay Davison 256 (720) Connie Baceda 264 Donnis Foder 252 CLASSIC TRIPLES Steve Menzll 380 (1159) Stever Ganger 353 (1130) Jack Smeed 302 (1096) Allan Brown 308 Steve Pedersen 294 (1013) Eleanor Dongatti 299 (1048) Joan Moore 299 Dianne Violim 286 Bob Costanzo 287 Dot Anderson 279 Bob Spitzer 276 CIVIL SERVANTS Les Fisher 274 Roy Swer 250 Bill Craik 273 (686) Lew Mills 304 (749) Bermce Stewart 262 Keith Siebert 315 Sieve Roth 307 (749) Bill Gray 239 Edna Todd 235 Alice Kolibas 247 Blair Hurt 239 Lyle Smyke 238 FRIDAY SOCIAL Steve Prusak 274 (748) Terry 248 (712) Brent Chambers 243 Allan Lunan 243 Sandra Lowe '36 Allan Brown 258 John Schaalje '49 (650) Tom Sanders 248 Glenys T HENRY HOMES Carol Pankotay 242 Bea Fast 237 Jean Passey 226 Conrad Arnold 251 Evelyn More 209 Doug Anderson Wayne Montgomery 224 Ken Malcomson 259 (720) Bob McKeen 299 Barry Tollestrup 271 Tony Cockton 256 LETHBRIDOE BANKS Wally Kruchywich 269 (712) Den- nis Hanzel 304 (775) Bob Harris 256 Gord Deibert 259 Gord Dragland 249 Dennis Sparks 274 Mabel McFadden 224 Murray Orr 285 Ariene Bartosek 201 JCC.A Sumi Medoruma 237 Rena Tanaka 247 Marion Tonomura 251 Masa Goshmmon 234 (685) Jim Yamada 271 Tosh Ibuki 316 (720) Tom Hirashima 287 (740) Roy Kamitomo 274 Tom Higa 279 (718) Dale Fuiitd 244 Jiro Miyagawa 270 SR CITIZENS C Van Wyk 208 Agnes Van Wyk 210 Ted Haszard 245 Roy LaValley 235 Ed Wurzer 192 Scotty Muir 195 Florence Miller 193 Meeting set for coaches Lethbndge Minor Hocke> coaches and managers are requested to at- tend an important meeting at the Adams Ice Centre Tues- day night The evening session will get under way at eight o'clock in room I ROSEWALL IN FINAL OSAKA. Japan (Reuter) Ken Rosewail of Australia moved into the men's singles finals of the Osaka Open ten- nis tournament Saturday with a 6-1. 6-4 win over Cliff Drysdale of South Africa Japan's unseeded Davis Cupper ToshiroSakai. will be his opponent today after a tough 5-7. 6-3. 6-3 semi-final with Zeliko Franulovic of Yugoslavia under study by police forces in Canada and Interpol the in- ternational police organization Lord Killanm echoed the or- ganizing committee s ideas of seeking professional help on the matter 'Anvone who feels 100 per cent security exists anvwhere today is not living in a realistic world Secretariat wins again NEW YORK Secre- tariat, making his first start on the grass turned back E P Taylor s Tentam and won the I'z-mile Man o War Stakes in a Belmont turf course record time of 2 24 4-5 Monday The Triple Crown winner who was upset in the Woodward Stakes just nine days ago drew awav in the stretch for a five length vie torv over Tentam a veteran campaigner on the turf with Big Spruce another 7'z lengths back The first money of 160 from a gross purse of 600 boosted Secretariat s ear- nings to 053 and moved him past Cougar II and Damascus into sixth place on the all-time thoroughbred money-winning list With a crowd of 35 878 cheering him on Secretariat carrying 121 pounds including Ron Turcotte of Grand Falls N B smashed the turf couise record of 2 22 2-5 His clock- ing was just four-fifths of a se- cond slower than the time he posted in winning the Belmont Stakes on the dirt The world iccord for 1'j miles on the grass is 2 35 by Fiddle Isle Secretariat who went out on his own when his Meadow Stable mate Riva Ridge was scratched paid 40 and Tentam 126 running for Taylor a Winclfields Farm paid and 60 Elmendorf s Big Spruce 12b was 20 to show Triangular 126 was a half length back of Big Spruce and was followed bv London Com pany 121 West Coast Scout 126 and Anonu 121 OTHfH HUf 8ANM9IVE THflft V WtTHTMS 1 BUTIDO UNPACK.' FOR SOU, DON'T IC-1 Padres might stay DIEGO (AP) San Diego Padres expect to stay and hope to "have the monev to run a club the wav it should be run said Bavasi president ol the National League baseball club Bavasi said the identity of the mvsterv man or men who agreed to help the Padres will stay a secret until legal problems involving the stadium lease are worked out A published report Mondav said 49 per cent of the club would be purchased bv the un named new partners for 45 million with banker C Arnholt Smith remaining as the principal owner An offer from Washington DC in terests to bu> the team for million had ear'ier been accepted conditionally bv Smith Bavasi said the Padres would be renamed given a new manager and new plavers Baseball is going to be tun for me again he said Unless something goes wrong were going to have the money to run a club the way it should be run In the past couple of years we were offered Glenn Beckert by the Cubs, Felix Milan by the Mets Dal Max- vill by the Athletics and both Felipe and Matty Alou We had to turn them down because of their high salaries Bavasi and city lawyer John Witt arranged to meet today to work out a new stadium agreement A lack of televi- sion revenue and a conflict between billboard advertising and radio sponsors have hurt the Padres in the past NEW NLEADED GULF FUTURA. Meets gasoline specifications recommended by most manufacturers for 1974 model cars, as well as most '73, '72 and many '71 Next time you e by our local Gulf Station, look closely. You'll find that at many ol them, a new pump has popped up alongside the Good Gull and Xo-Xox pumps. New unleaded Gull Futura. Futura is Gull's ol filling your gasoline needb It has a particularly effecme detergent additue keeps carburetors clean, mtak valve deposits and gives longer engine life as as better performance through better combustion. And since clean engines consume less iuel, Futura should improved mileage. your manual PREMIUM UNLEADED Filling your needs with the right gasolines Today and tomorrow. s 0 0.0 0; 0 0 0 Q o o.o TOtAL SAL I 000 ;