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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 2, 1971 Japan officials mill await- reply Our friend Bunny wants us out LONDON' iCI'i Bunnyi A li e a r n iresiik'iil tit llv ce lIufnTy Fnlr mt of I111F. l LJimny, regarded by sonic as bete noir of Canadian ama- ilL'rnalional lour hockey, WHS commenting on this week's refusal of Uic Ca- hc kicked i luidian AmaLcur Hockey A.SSO- ciiilion to send all-Simon- pure lean: lo next winter's Olympics at Sapporo, Japan. Gordon Juckcs, executive director of tin1 CAHA, an- nounced Canada had refused ah informal invitation from Japan lo send a strictly amateur learn to the Olympics. Canada's insistence on using some professionals in interna- tional hookey has caused a two- SOMETHING TEUS ME I'M IN TROUBLE An uniden- tified Lelhbriclgc Barbarian Rugby "team player is about lo be done in by members of the Calgary Saints. Action look place recently 05 the two clubs prepared for the Lethbridge Rugby-Fesl set for Saturday and Sunday ot ihis weekend. The locals will play host 1o five other teams in the two-day affair set for ihe Civic Centre and Wilson Junior High School. The public is welcome lo ailend any games with no admission charged. Game times ore 1-5 p.m. Salurday and p.m. Sunday. Pintles fifftl fo Seaver beats Gibson once more Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tom Seavev or Nw York Gibson three limes in a season in baseball. I don't think I've since Vernon Law ot Pittsburgh ever seen anybody work any Pirates did it in 1959. Wets lamed Si. Louis Cardinals 7-1 on [our L.'i.s ''He the real Bob Gib- nignt. becoming ihc first pitcher j son tonight." said Seaver. "But to beat St. Louis vclcran Boh I he's still one cf the best pitchers ORTHERN ASBESTOS 5 BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD. 253 12th STREET NORTH LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-6166 or 327-6161 FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN THE CITY PREFINISHED GOLDEN ASH PANELS V grooved PER SHEET, ONLY F.50 3 cubic foot bag PER BAG, ONtY.. 1 .14 FIBERGLASS INSULATION sq. ft. per bdl. PER BDL.. ONLY MAHOGANY DOORS VARIOUS SIZES SUPER SPECIAL PRICE 5.00 harder. Despite Reaver's praise, Gib- son has been erratic this sea- son, winning only 13 and losing 12. although pitching the first no-hitter of his illustrious car- eer. And. instead, it has been Seaver who has developed into one of the game's outstanding pitchers. The victory was his fifth in a row and gave him a 16-8 record for the year. He also lowered his earned-run average to 1.92, best in the National League, and struck out seven, increasing his league-leading total to 233. Meanwhile, Kan Diego's Dave Roberls. Nalional League run- nenip in ERA. fired a five-hitler as Ihe Padres defealed Cincin- nati Reds 3-1; Pittsburgh outs- lugged Philadelphia Phillies 10- 7: Los Angeles Dodgers wal- loped Houston Astros 9-2; San Francisco Giants blanked At- lanta Braves 4-0; and Chicago Cubs topped Montreal Expos 5-2 after losing the completion of a suspended game 11-2. ERA AWAY DOWN Seaver. the winner of the Cy Young Award as the Na- tional L e a g u c 's outstanding pitcher and a strong candidate again this year, has allowed only four runs in his last M in- nings cf work and compiled a Rliltering 1.14 ERA since Ihe All-Star break. Ferguson Jenkins, the Na- lional League's biggest winner, gained his 21st victory for the Cubs with a six-hitter in the I regularly-scheduled g e j against Montreal Jenkins also drove in three runs with two ho- mers, his third and fourth of the season. In the completion of the sus- pended game, the Expos' Mike Marshall posted his 18th save of the season wTith Ihree innings of two-hit relief. The game was suspended Tuesday with Mont- real leading 8-1 after six in- nings. Mike Cuellar's pitching baf- fled Boston Red S'ox wilh a six- hitler Wednesday night as Balti- more Orioles coasted to an 8-2 victory. It was his first ever in Bos- ton's cozy Fenway Park, mak- ing him a winner in every American League stadium. Cuellar says he's pretty sure he's won in every Nalional League park, you don't count San Diego and Montreal which didn't come into Ihe ma- jors unlil 1969. the year Cuellar came to Baltimore after four seasons in Houston. In Wednesday night's other American League action, Chi- cago White Sox beat Minnesota Twins 2-0 in 11 innings, Milwau- kee Brewers edged Kansas City Royals 3-2, Detroit Tigers nipped Cleveland Indians 4-3, Oakland Athletics topped Cali- fornia Angels 7-0 and, in an aft- ernoon game. Washington Sena- tors zipped New York Yankees 2-0. Left-handers, intimidalcd by tlie "Green Ihe short left field wall, generally fare poorly at Fenway. And Cuellar was no exception. But, he re- called, "When I came out here tonight. I said to myself; 'Well, I've got to win one'here some- J.C.C.A. BOWLING CLUB COMMENCING THURSDAY SEPT. 1, 1971 CAPRI LANES p.m. All interested Japanese bowlers ore urged to come to Capri lanes Thursday. I Named Salesman of the Month Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile pleased to announce that JACK WYATT has achieved the honor of "SALESMAN OF THE MONTH" for the month of August, 1071. Jack has had a wealth of expcr- encc in (he sales field in the automobile industry. He wel- comes his many friends and customers to sec him for Lhcir every motoring need. He will be pleased lo assist them in any uay. BENY JACK WYATT CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE OK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT Phono 327-3148 year rift with Ahearne's federa- tion. Tlie Sapporo Olympic Com- mittee said it sent a formal in- vitation to Canada last July nnd il still is awaiting a formal reply. But Bunny, a great back-room manipulntor, said today he was behind Japan's invitation to bring Canada back into the in- ternational field. "I told the he said, be happy to have Canada fill one of the five va- cancies in the Olympic field even though they haven't com- peted internationally for the last lAW years because of tlie profes- sional dispute. Of 16 eligible countries, only II have accepted for the Olympics. "I also told the CAHA this when I was in Canada in June." "But these he added, "very stupidly decided not to send over a bunch of kids who would give their right arms to get into tlie Olympics." said Bunny, "I've given up trying. Theres only one solution. We'll have to can- cel the affiliation of the CAHA with the IIHF." WHAT NOW? Was he figuring on doing this now? "I'm not going to propose it but it could happen." Actually, C a n a d a 's hockey problems result less from Bunny than from Avery Brun- dage, the venerable American head of the International Olym- pics Committee, who is death on play-for-pay. Meanwhile the Sapporo Olym- pic Committee said Wednesday that it expects a formal rely by around Sept. 10 on whether Can- ada will send a hockey team to the Winter Olympics here next February. A spokesman said the com- mittee has not yet been in- formed of the Canadian Ama- teur Hockey Association's deci- sion not to send a team to the Olympics. Canada has competed in every Olympic hockey tourna- ment since Toronto Granites won the gold medal in the 1924 Games at Chamonii, France. Tlie spokesman said the com- mittee in the name of its gen- earl secretary, Tomoo Sato, sent a formal invitation to the Canadian Olympic Association last July to send a hockey team. The spokesman said he re- ceived a cable from Harold Wright of Vancouver, president of the Canadian Olympic Com- mittee, on Aug. 21 saying that he (Wright) appreciated the in- vitation. PROMISES DECISION Wright was quoted as saying in the cablei "The matter now being fully investigated. Expect decision in two to three weeks." The Sapporo officials said that they had obtained approval from the president of the Inter- national Ice Hockey Federation to invite a Canadian team to the Winter Games. The permission was necessary since Canada did not take part in the world championships held last March. The invitation urged that Can- ada lake part in the Olympic hockey because entries were rather small in number, the spokesman said. A total of 12 countries are ex- pected lo take Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Sweden, Finland, West Germany, Switz- erland, the United States, Nor- way, Yugoslavia, France, Po- land and Japan. ISO fER SON-IN-LAW FAVOUR: I CAN'EARYERBREATHIN'J V WHV DON'T VES BECAUSE IT'S OWF AN ANSWER THAN YOU OWE ME Assaulted Rico Curly Three policemen ATLANTA (AP) Three po- licemen accused of beating At- lanta Braves outfielder Rico Oarty were fired early today after a aldermanic po- lice committee hearing. The committee found the offi- cers guilty of conduct unbecom- ing an officer. The three, J. R. McEarchem, L. D. Smith and C. E. Turner, were accused of assaulting Carty and his broih- er-in-law, Carlos Ramirez, in a fracas Aug 24. "We knew we were fired be- fore we went Turner told a radio station. "It was a railroad job from the word go." "I believe we were done Smith said. McEarchern testified at the hearing that Carty threw the first punch at the other two offi- cers. He said Carty "went ber- serk. He'd gone mad.'' Smith and Turner, off duly and in plainclothes that night, were said to have called the two black men "cop-kitting niggers" and were reported to have dis- appeared after the'altercation. McEarchern testified that he didn't know Smith or Turner be- fore the incident and was not aware they were policemen. He said he had not told them they could leave and that he had made 500 arrests as a police- man without anyone ever hav- ing gotten away before. Earlier in the trial, Carty tes- tified that he and Ramirez drove up to where McEarchern was parked on an Atlanta street to report that two white men in another car had called him a nigger. He said the uniformed police- man struck Ramirez with a pis- tol and put him in the police car. Carty claims to have been beaten and kicked while lying on the ground. The Braves' slugger, known as "The Boeg Boy" to his fans, said he didn't land any blows but wished he had. REPORTS INJURIES He testified that since the fight his knee, injured last win- ter in a baseball game, "is clicking again." He also said his eye may be permanently dam- aged and that his ear hurls when he yawns. Carty further testified that when he asked the uniformed officer for help, the policeman hit him in the face with a "slap jack." The officer told the other two white men to leave after the fight, Carty said. Just before midnight Ramirez gave the same general testi- Race results CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park race results Wednesday: Pint SI.400, claiming, 2-yMr-oldi. X fur- longs. Honor and Glory (Bllilngeley) 5.50 140 2.60, Wlnarlca (Hedav) 21.60 7.3D, Klondike Charm (Whittle) 3.30 Time: 1-5. Hula Man, Well Received, Tickly Your Fancy, Mlsj Ballisprtft, Tis Magic also ran. sicond claiming, 4 year-olds and up, r.'n miles. Grand Stride (Rasmusstn) 4.6Q 3.40 3.60, Killlc Slrlklne (Watson) 4.70 3.90, Sickle's Queen (McCauley) 4.BO Time: 3-5. Acapulco Gold, Hot Flight, Winning Skio, Wings Of Silver, Joey Law also DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 2-year-olds, 5 fun longs. Rulah Morn (Norrls) 8.70 5.10 3.10, Fronl Desk (Shields) 13.00 7.70, Hippy Whistler (Parsoni) i.OO Time: 3-5. Spec Tec, County, Mary's Fancy, Rajah O'Amour, Reach For The Top also ran. QUINELLA: 1IP.50. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, mile and Vi Cryslal Chlmns (Raimussen) S.ffl J.10 2.BO, Parkland Prince (JackOwlflK) 10.30 5.50, Mister Bounliful (Whillle) Time: 1.5< 3-5. Silver Dandy, Bum rimi nrolhcr, bers alii Finn and up, Si.SM clfllming, mllR and U. My Escudo (Bllllnsilfy) 4.30 3.70 7.60, Silk Buttons (Norrls) 9-70 4.70, Tidal Breeze (Shields) 5.90. Time: 1-5. Jflcopo's Susio, Chnnlaoe, Nlfihl ihlno, Hayden'a DeJIe, Mr. Pioneer jilso EXACTOR: HI.II claiming, 3-year-olds, mile and (Norrli) 3B.BQ 10.70 7.BO, SBhdy's Spendor (Rasmussen) 4.00 3.80, County Scandal (Hedge) 5.10. Time: 3-5. Gold Label, Derrick's Dancer, John ny Red, Hopping Hope, Llltlc Miss Day also ran. Seventh claiming, -4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Curra Tip (Jackowiak) 7 50 A 10 2 40, Copel To Dash (Coombs) 4.70 1 BO, River Hawk (Rasmussen) 7.40 Time: Glorious Pete, Paddygocasy, Mr. El Con alto ran. Elghlh claiming, J-year-olds, War Gleft (Hedge) 6.10 3.00 Speed's Beauty (Barroty) J.10 Cnroufer (Rasmtmen) 9.70. Time; 3-5. .Bhal rurce, Yousweepjndoll, Pain, Legal Ter, Ali Kl also Ma QUINELLA: SILJO. mile Vancouver inks five players VANCOUVER (CP) Kivc players agreed lo terms Wed- nesday Vancouver Canucks for the 1971-72 National Hockey League season. General manager Bud Poilc announced Ihc of goal- Lender Dune Wilson, dcfcnsc- mcn Data Tnllon, and GTCR Noddy, and forwards Garlh nizzulc and Bobby Schmautz. mony, speaking Llirougli an in- tei-prcLer. EoLh CarLy and Rami- rez arc from the Dominican Re- public. The three accused officers were suspended without pay after an invesligalion of the in- cident. Carty la.st year's National League batting champion, has not played much this year be- cause of his injured knee. ELRICH SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE Pillsburrjri SI. Louis Chicago New York W L Pel. GBL B7 56 .59J 75 61 .551 6 57 77 .J25 23 7! 4-1 .529 70 6" .50.1 71 .439 61 72 ..171 i2 85 .380 AMERICAN LEAGUE L Pel. GBL San Francisco Los Arigeles Allanla Houslon San Diego TODAY'S GAMES New York Sadcchi 15-S) al Phila- delphia wise IN lo) N Montreal McAnally (6-9) at Chicago Piiarro (5-3) Los Angeles Osteen (12-9) a I Hous- lon Wilson (12-8) N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 100 008 13 l Chicago 001 000 Strohmayer (6-5) Marshall (A) and Boccahclla; Hollzman 19 13) DccKcr [6f Newman (6) Tompkins (7) and Fernandez- Montreal 010 110 1 0 Chicago 010 021 s 8 l Sloneman (U-13) BriHon (7) and Baleman; Jenkins (51-11) and Can- Roilon HRs: IJ-.0. Cu-il-ir ThiladelDhia !flO 108 7 7 1 j fl.i-13) L- Pitlsburgh 531 101 1J 1 i .ind f.'r Fryman, Brandon (6-6) il) Scima j 'ni; (3) Champion and McCarvcr, C'- li% Moosn Vpale (3) Walker (7-L1 Cnliforni.i (.1) and Sanguillen. HRs: (2) Jorinson Pgh-Sanquillen (l: Allanla 000 000 013] d-nU Francisco 702 tno 490 Clevclnnd WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Washington 100 CfO 5 San Die ODD 000 1 5 1 Roberls and Barton; Nolan 11-14) Clonlnger (9) and Bench. LOB Angeles IBQ oio 9 10 o Houston ID2 000 2 1 1 an (13-11) and Hallcr; Billinn- (6-1J) Lernaitcr Morris (2) Culver (6) Gladding (B) and Edwards. New York 012 ooo 7120 St. Louis .001 000 1 4 1 13) Taylor (7) Williar sky (9) and birnmons. is (B) Drobow- PflUl 000 1DB 2CO- 3 7 C ECO 001 OOX- -1 9 C (15) Hnrqan 17) flnj Susrez; Frrchf HRs: Del: I. Brcwn (71. Kansas Cily 001 001 2 7 Milwaukee 251 COO 3 9 Spillorff, Burcnnpl-'-r (6-7) an Way; CO an ChiCJHO COO 000 ODD 8 Minncsolj 000 cm COO SO- 0 6 Weed- Jchnion fo-iO) Rein Available in 6 in. dia., 38 ft. length 8 in. dia., 50, 5B, 63, and 70 M. lengths DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, MAYRATH AUGERS MOVE IT FASTER AND EASIER. YOUR ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR ELRICH TIR An. South ;