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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 3, 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD ANDY CAPP WWAT ABE YOU AT 'OME, ?LO? 1 THOUGHT TTHEV'VE GIVEN) V MEAfttT OFFj) PEOCY i_ CM. o YOU SHOULTS 'AVE GONE AWAY, DEAR, INSTEAD OF CWASlN' AROUND AFTER THAT LAZY LITTLE BLIGHTER. TWEYONLY5AVEMEA COUPtE AN' I WANT IT ID SEEM LIKE A MONTH.' Yarborough wins crash-filled race Will pride carry Team Canada 974 to victory over Russia in series? Three members of Team Canada 74 used the same word Monday to describe their motivation in preparing for thejr eight-game hockey series with Ralph Backstrom, J C Tremblay and Rick Ley used the word in separate dis- cussions It has been stressed by coach Billy Harris since the series was announced, long before players were selected from World Hockey Association teams "Pride won it for Team Canada Ley said at a news conference following the first scrimmage of the two- day-old training camp "I think there were at least two games when their pride won for them They lost three games out of eight and could have lost five or six Tremblay said his pride was a factor and Backstrom said "we have too much pride in this league and in this team to give anything but our best Tremblay is playing at 181 pounds, almost 15 below his weight last season with SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) Quebec Nordiques and five below his best weight with Montreal Canadians of the National Hockey League I did sit-ups, push-ups and almost every kind of exercise to get ready for he said "I have pride that I can play the Russian style of game or any style of game It may be I am proven wrong It will be interesting to see Backstrom, 37, touted by Team Canada members Pat Stapleton and Andre Lacroix as the man most likely to sur- prise, said he does not believe his legs are failing "I ve been good to my legs and they ve supported me well for a long said the Chi- cago Cougar centre "I don't see any of the young players moving away from me and I don t see any reason why they should fail I start neglecting them Backstrom, a member of six Stanley Cup teams with Montreal of the NHL before he was traded to Los Angeles Kings said he was not surpris- ed to be selected despite his advanced years "I knew they would be look- ing for players who could skate and had some good ex- perience." he said "This is like getting ready for a Stanley Cup playoff It sounds awkward, but it's an honor to be playing for your country Tremblay said after the scrimmage that he was not as sharp as he would like to be, "but it's only one practice and some of the guys had the same problem He said, however, that Backstrom was flying, along with linemates Paul Henderson and Bruce MacGregor, as the Blues beat the Yellows 5-4 MacGregor and Bobby Hull each scored two goals for the winners Ron Chipperfield of Vancouver Blazers, leading scorer in the Western Canada last Junior Hockey League season, scored the other Frank Mahovhch, Serge Bernier, Rejean Houle and Mike Walton replied for the Yellows Coach Harris said he was pleased with the scrimmage Only one minor injury was reported Defenceman Al Hamilton took a hard shot on his calf and had ice applied too it, but will not miss a shift during today's workouts DARLINGTON, SC. (AP) Cale Yarborough, the only survivor among the pre-race favorites, won a silver an- niversary Southern 500 stock car debacle Monday that turn- ed into horrendous destruction of expensive racing machinery The 35-year-old veteran, Burnaby wins final berth NEW WESTMINSTER B C (CP) Burnaby Cablevision defeated Rich- mond Roadrunners 14-8 to win a berth in the Minto Cup Cana- dian Junior Lacrosse cham- pionship Burnaby won the best of seven Pacific Junior A Lacrosse League final 4-1 Sun- day Richmond had been the PJAL champion for the past three years Richmond won the first game of the series but Bur- naby came back to take the next four A crowd of saw Bur- naby jump to a 7-3 first period lead then go on to take a 13-3 margin after two periods Do What Conies Naturally What do you feel when you've earned a worldwide reputation for manufacturing excellence9 Pride Yamaha Audio came into being because of that pride, and a desire to apply its manufacturing ex- pertise to making unequalled Audio equipment Introducing Yamaha Audio's Natural Sound stereo components See them in our showroom perhaps own a system And discover, like Yamaha, the feeling of pnde YAMAHA AUDIO'S. ANGLO STEREO PHOTO 419-Sth STREETS. PHONE 328-6661 a Fri. hi 9 p m Closed Mondays Fatal knockdown Charles "Big Boy" Cutajar was dead shortly after being knocked out by Italy's Francesco Piccanelli. He was 32. Bowling scores roundup CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Kathy ludwig 224. Gladys McGm- ms 234. Mel Amatta 275 Erna Richer 253 Sandra Hunt 351 Done Parascak 247 Linda Asplcse! 262 (731) Retta Lazaruk 261 Judy lawson 258 (652) Cathy Forbes 232 (629) SUNDOUIST Mabel Wiggill 238 Heather Bams 206 Mane Smith 206. Marge Koole 236 Doris Wieners 286 Nellie Conrad 215. Peggy Guzzi 206 Mary Roberts 232 Munel Sparks 219. Francis Grant 225 Pat Pionp 285 (743) Kay Woodman 237 (650) People love us for a number of reasons. Here's just one. Zenith 6-6O14. Call toll-free for reservations from anywhere in Alberta. Or ask your travel agenf fo reserve a room Downtown Calgary 9th Ave 1st St next to the Calgary Tower SENIOR CITIZENS Jessie MacDonald 249 Hugh Thomson 202, Glen Milner 227, Ed Lmn 218. Henry Bechthold 263 Lambert Oldenhol 200. Kay Kelly 216 Ruth Huisman 208 BANKERS Hank Teichroeb 233. John Chnstensen 253. Kathy Ponech 239 Gerry Mann 253. Joanne Smith 234 Mtrtvn Kubasek 241 (608) Vic Bawe! 252 (668) Lome Bowerman 245 Janel Oragiand 239 Linda Marchand 232 MIXED Tim Stocked 219. Chris Stucken 234 Dale Reichard 218 Mel Saber! 228. George Malchett 248 Norm Gyulai 258 (643) Ken Mack 233 (608) Smer Morrison 237 Louis Lirelte 210 John Both 210 Get lead, then hope for rain KANSAS CITY f mowed before hatching occurs yield very few successful pheasant broods Often a slight "delay in the mowing schedule can greatly increase pheasant production from such areas Through the implementation of such simple measures, the Division believes that pheasant production on farm and ranchlands can be significantly improved Opportunity to Participate: Alberta Fish and Wildlife personnel wish to meet personally with land- owners who are interested in determining how the production of pheasants and other forms of wildlife on their land can be increased Toward this end. Fish and Wildlife will lend whatever assistance is deemed feasible to enable landowners to accomplish this objective. Such assistance may be in the form of technical advice, manpower. material or financial help. We recognize that wiialife is a product Ihe land In order lor the program lo succeed private as weli as nublic land will be required H you are interested in ihis program and wish 50 obtain lurlner information o'ease contact the program development office at your earliest opportunity by mailing the coupon below to the following aodress Pheasant Habilat Development Proqram Alberta Fish and Wiiaiile Division Administration Building Lelbbndge. Alberta Please send me intormaljon on the Pheasant Habitat Development and how I may participate in the program NAME ADDHESS NO LAND LOCATION SEC TP RC W VI I LANDS AND FORESTS Thinking about tomorrow today ;