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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ABRIDGE September SALE IN EFFECT September 5 to September 11 Panty First Quality One Size Fits A 2 Pair .79 Knee Highs 3 Pair .88 Harvey Woods Men'sHosel Executive -J Regular OO Length OO Contac C 20's 1.39 Scope outhwashi 1202. Head and Shoulders Lotion Shampoo 3.7 oz. .79 mmmmmm Efferdent Tablets 63'S 1.09 Lysol Spray 14 oz. 1.09 Whisper 20% OFF Cotton Printed Flannel Pyjamas Boys Girls "2.27 Cotton Printed Flannel Pyjamas Girls 7- 14. Cotton Printed Flannel Pyjamas Ladies Mens 4.97 Cigarettes Regular or King Size carton 4.69 CX 126-20 Film 1.25 Mermen Skin Bracer Crow While Cross Powder 14 02. Flashcubes Package ol 3 cubes 1.19 Listerine Lozenges .69 Q-Tips Neet Cream 60 M'1 White Cross Calcium Syrup 16 oz. 1.49 Neutrogena Soap Babv 8 8 8 s 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 3 8 8 s s s s 8 S s s s s s feg PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AVAILABLE _ 318-6th St. South fe B K Phone 329-3646 MI K Lethbridge, Alberta oi m m m ira ff Fan says he was abused VICTORIA (CP) A 28- year-old Victoria rugby fan charged with unlawful assault in Sydney, said Tuesday he was beaten, kicked and had his head bashed against the wall by "hoodlum Australian police." Jim Hubbard returned home Monday after accompanying James Bay Athletic Association's first division team on a six-match tour and said he still hurts from the numerous cuts and bruises following his beating last Thursday night. "I'm not claiming complete Mr. Hubbard said in an interview. He admitted he had been drinking and had had quite a few beers when he was refused entrance to a tavern in the city's Kings Cross district. "But I certainly didn't start added Mr. Hub- bard, who said "the place seemed to be half full of police, both in uniform and plainclothes, who were drinking." One of the policemen told him he couldn't go in and when he argued, Mr. Hubbard said another policeman "came from the background and reached over his friend's shoulder and punched me in the face." Mr. Hubbard then went for the second policeman arid others came and they restrained him and tried to get him in the "paddy wagon." "I resisted because I knew what they would do to me when they got me in Mr. Hubbard said. It was then that four members of the James Bay rugby team showed up and tried first to persuade the police to let Mr. Hubbard go and later to persuade Mr. Hubbard to go with them quietly. And then, although the Canadian players had done nothing to warrant it. said both Mr. Hubbard and manager-coach Tillman Bnggs, they too were all rounded up and taken with Mr. Hubbard to the police station. "When we got there, five or six grabbed me and took me into a back room, they hand- Knievel hustled by Riggs BUTTE, Mont. (AP) Evel Knievel, the daredevil who says he will fly his Sky-cycle over the Snake River canyon in Idaho next Sunday, has been hustl- ed by possibly the greatest hustler of all Bobby Riggs. It happened Monday at the Evel Knievel Labor Day golf tourna- ment at his home Butte Country Club when Riggs. Evel, former heavyweight champion Joe Louis and Butte golfer Ed Zemljak all played an exhibition, It's not known -how much money changed hands, but a participant reconstructed parts of the zany round tins way On the par three. 200 yard sixth hole. Louis prepared to tee off Said Evel: "Joe. if you put this on the green. I'll pay you 50 on the ninth of September." That's the dav after Evel's jump JOE HAD A Replied Louis, who fell apart on the front side and wound up with a the day "If 1 knock this on the green !li rido with vou on the eighth. The former worid heavyweight boxing champion s shot iandrd just off the putting sur- face the golfers made Ihe 1urn and began the final nine Riggs ofjo-fd Kvfl .1 i1. W 1ha1 "if wou'd ri 37 s bact.'-ide is ,1 par 35 Kvtl agreed, and me Hipcs chipp'-d in from lh< fnnpi: IDT a 37 and from Unity's famous hustler Kvel finished with an 87 for dav while Riggs carded a 79 Kvr-] who d up the had hustled a 000 truck to award a hole in one on the par Ihree. 140 vard 14th cuffed me, grabbed rny long hair and got me to the ground and started kicking said Mr. Hubbard. "I broke away from them at one stage and burst out into the other room where the James Bay boys were and I called out 'look what these guys are doing to me' but they came after me and dragged me back in the other room by my long hair and bashed my head up against the wall.'' Mr. Hubbard appeared in court Friday charged with un- lawful assault and the four players Rod Fiddick, 26, Ray Rogers, 22, Don McLaren, 21, all of Victoria, and Rick Bourne of Vancouver were charged with behav- ing offensively. All the charges were dropped but, said Mr. Briggs, this was only on the condition that the Canadians did not file a counter-suit charging police brutality and that they paid to pay for a policeman's suit which was damaged. "We've got that condition in Mr. Briggs said. The veteran coach was highly critical of the Australian police, who he described as "arrogant and behaving like hoodlums." "There is an official inquiry going on over there at the mo- ment into both brutality and corruption by Mr. Briggs said. "It's in all the papers what the Aussies call receiving a chop (taking a "This is another case of the police overstepping their mark by a he added. 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