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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuoday, September 10, 1974 Travelling to Eastern Canada Book now on the 8 to 30 day excursion (Effective Oct. 1) and Save ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-8184 Herald LETHBRIOGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mell Phone (403) 328-7411 HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES Won't single out any players ANDY CAPP Harris admits disappointed By JOHN SHORT SASKATOON (CP) -Coach Billy Harris of Team Canada 74 confirmed Monday night what observers of the club's nine-day training camp have suspected for several days: "There have been a few dis- appointments." Harris would not at a news conference criticize individual players but said he is more Off to Brazil Joe Meli, one of three Lethbridge standouts at the Canadian judo champion- ships last month, is on his way to Brazil for the World junior championships. He left Monday and is expected to compete Thursday or Friday. NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Garbage Pick-Up Schedule concerned with possible weak- nesses at forward than on de- fence. The biggest weakness would have been the absence of Bobby Hull. However. Dr. Gerry Wilson said Monday in Winnipeg that Hull will skate Wednesday or Thursday and is certain to play against the Soviet Union in an eight-game series starting Sept. 17 at Quebec City. Hull was examined Monday after he hobbled from the ice Sunday during Team Canada's 3-2 loss to the Western Canada Hockey League All-Stars. Harris told a news conference that Dr. Wilson first believed an operation would be required, forcing Hull out of the series. But it turned out that Hull only- strained a medial ligament in the left knee. It was an aggra- vation of an old injury. CHANGES HIS PLANS Harris intended to use four forward lines against the All- Stars tonight but changed his mind when he learned how cold it is in Saskatoon Arena. Temperatures during prac- tice Monday were about 25 degrees. "In such cold temperatures, four lines would mean a lot of sitting around. We don't want anybody to catch pneumonia, so we'll use three lines." Saskatoon Arena is known as the house that Gordie Howe built but Rick Ley of Team Canada was not impressed. this is the way Gordie builds houses, he'll never build one for me." Ley said. The arena is older and more decrepit than arenas at Bran- don, Man., Calgary and Medi- cine Hat, Alta., where Team Canada won two and lost one of the first three games in the five-game series with the jun- iors. Harris and manager Bill Hunter will discuss the final Team Canada roster Thursday when the World Hockey Association players return to their training base at Edmon- ton. PRAISES DEVELOPMENT Harris said over-all development of the team is as good as he expected despite occasional disappointments. "Up to now, I've been con- centrating on conditioning. Now I've got to work with penalty-killing units and power plays, things like that." He also said there are signs the team is gaining finesse at essential points, in front of the opposition net for example. Despite the gruelling exhibi- tion tour of five games in eight days, spread over three Prairie provinces. Harris said the series has been beneficial. don't have to tell you again how pleased I am with the opposition. The juniors have forced us to condition ourselves quickly. There is more benefit in losing by one goal than in winning by scores of 12-1 or 13-1." 1974, "OflHAY, SEPT- domes services will follow the schedule as outlined in the map. THEV WERE VERY IMPRESSED] I 'AYE TO SACK 'THISAFTERNOON FOR APTITUDE TEST 1-K) TME LAST TOOK1 AN APTITUDE TEST WR A 303 WAS FOUNO Connors, King capture singles crowns U.S. stars make all the racket FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) Jimmy Connors and Billie Jean King took entirely differ- ent routes to the winner's cir- cle in wresting United States Open tennis championships from Australian players. Connors whipped two-time Open winner Ken Rosewall 6- 1. 6-0, 6-1 Monday in the most lopsided men's final in the 93- year history of the grass court tournament. Mrs. King won her fourth trophy in an erratic comeback over Australian Evonne Goolagong, 3-6, 6-3, 7- 5. "It was the best tennis I've ever played in my life...I did everything said Con- nors. "I think that's what it takes to beat Ken Rosewall." "I really thought Evonne was going to win there for a while. Until the last point, to be said Mrs. King. The victories were worth apiece and marked the first sweep by U.S. players since Stan Smith and Mrs. King won in 1971. Australians John New- combe and Margaret Court took the titles last year. New- combe bowed to Rosewall in the semi-finals Sunday, and Mrs. Court remained in Australia to await the birth of her second child. Rosewall, at 39, is recogniz- ed as the classic player in the game, but Connors establish- ed himself as the current king of tennis. He won 11 straight games and took only one hour, eight minutes to win his third major title of the year and in- crease his season earnings to nearly The centre court crowd of more than was all for Rosewall, but there was little to cheer about. Connors show- ed no compassion. "I've seen people who pitied MRS. MARCIANO DIES FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) Barbara Mar- ciano. 46. widow of former heavyweight boxing champion Rocky- Marciano, died Sunday at her Flordia home following an extended illness. Her husband, who retired un- defeated after six years as champion, was killed in a plane crash in Iowa in 1969. Repet winner -.6 Peeper's 130. tvo-day tola! earn her a second Leihir.dgi- C try CJub women's closed lilJe. Ann Atien was runner-up at 193. Ena Re won the second flight while third flight honors went to Margaret Green. Ken Rosewall lose 6-3 in the said Connors. "When I was up 6-1, had in my mind somewhere that Ken could still win." Miss Goolagong, who at 23 was seeking her first U.S. Open crown, had turned back Race results CALGARY (CP) Stampede Park race results Monday: FIRST S2.500. claiming. 2 year olds, 6 furlongs. Haydn's Honey (Hedge) 14.10 6.40 4.90. Connie's Prince (Niblett) 16.13 7.60. Whistling Fred (Kipling) 3.10. Time: 4-5. Twins Image. Polar Lady. Miss La Tia. Gentle Nana, New Lite, Brown G., Mergers Return also ran. SECOND S4.000. claiming, 3 year olds, 6 furiongs. Father's Trust (D. Wiseman) 5.70 3.10 2.50, Dancing Dominion (Ollive) 2.80 2.30. Countess Aurelius (Niblett) 2.50. Time: 2-5. Whisper To Me. Chino's Brave. Little Miss Holly. Lady Cherry also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S37.60. THIRD claiming, 1 '1-16 mile. Roydel G (Barroby) 6.00 4.40 3.70, Rina (Gold) 5.70 4.00. Love Success (Pearson) 4.60. Time: My Meteor, Stumbling Cub. Fan Tail. Furious Flight. Roily Chino, Miss Ballaspree, Doctor's Alibi also ran. FOURTH claiming. 6 furlongs. West Wind Gal (Gold) 26.60 8.50 5.80, Hickory Staff (Ollive) 4.00 3.20. Northern Skipper (Watson) 4.90. Time: Andy's Arab, Juigadie. Janna Jester. King Of The Alps, Jellico. also ran. FIFTH S2.100. claiming. 3 year olds, 1 1- 16 mile. Blue Bouncer (Pearson) 8.20 3.60 3.00. La Tia (Hedge) 2.80 2.50, Mint Parfait (Coombs) 2.90. Time: 1-5. Klonosa. Willy Desperado. Aremar, Merry's Hi C also ran. EXACTOR: Track Scratch: Hillside Hero. SIXTH S2.700. 3 year olds. mile. Prince Miche (Hendricks) 9.80 4.10 3.00. Rim Rock Gal (Whittle) 3.20 2.40. Snow Joke (Hedge) 3.40. Time: Irish Ante. Little Fiddler, Miss Norge. King Waltzer. Flotation also ran. SEVENTH S1.700. claiming. 4 year olds. 1 1- 16 mile. Sharp Reply (Ollive) 10.60 5.70 3.70. Milmarie (Watson) 36.70 15.00. Diddle (D. Wiseman) 4.80. Time: 4-5. Special Blend. Mr. Whycome. Frosted Gold. Gemation. Angle Sue. White Winter. Marcy Me also ran. EIGHTH S2.900. claiming 1 1-16 mile. Fourihought (Morris) 8.00 4.70 4.50. Glib (D. Wiseman) 6.60 4.90, Country CutUp (Hendricks) 7.50. Time: 3-5. Shield Of Hope. Frans Gold. Lace Princess. Callim Nesh. The Man also ran. QU1NELLA: Golf league LAKESIDE First Round Playoffs Low net Garry Jones. Flemings: Roger Gillctt. CJOC: 64. Low gross Garry Jones. Flemings. 68. Low ipam net Flemings. E-rSr- Ron STANDINGS First 'vision Ac? Second DhrWon CJOC 19 QC' TWrd 16 SuQ3' '3 yrvcip M 01 Fewrttt Imperial Life 22 DoTigafil 20 4 HwaM 2 a determined top-seeded Chris Evert in the semi-finals. But she was not so fortunate against the 30-year-old Mrs. King. "I wasn't sure I was going to play well after yesterday's Miss Goolagong said. "I was afraid it would be a big letdown, but. I knew I was playing against an experienc- ed player. "That is why I can't under- stand why people call her the old lady. She certainly doesn't play like it." Ski patrollers meet Wednesday Interested in the ski patrol o'clock in the No. 7 lecture this winter? hall at the Lethbridge Com- munity College. With the skiing season All patrollers and anyone approaching the Lethbridge interested in possibly joining Ski Patrol will hold a meeting the patrol are invited to attend' Wednesday evening at eight this organizational gathering. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Pittsburgh......76 64 .543 St. Louis.......74 67 .525 2V2 Philadelphia ....70 71 .496 6V4 New York.......65 73 .471 10 Montreal .......61 77 .442 14 Chicago........57 81 .413 18 West Los Angeles 88 52 .629 Cincinnati ......85 56 .603 3V4 Atlanta.........78 64 .549 11 Houston........71 69 .507 17 San Francisco 65 76 .461 San Diego......51 91 .359 38 MONDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh 110 000 14 1 Chicago 113 000 13 1 Demery (6-5) Morlan (3) Pizarro (4) Jimenez (7) Hernandez (8) and Sanguillen: Stone (7-5) Frailing (7) Zamora (8) Todd (8) LaRoche (8) and Swisher. HRs: Pgh Stennett Chi Cardenal (12) Thornton San Diego 003 000 4 1 Cincinnati 110 240 13 0 Freisleben Laxton Palmer Gerhard Romo (8) and Kendall. Plummer Norman Bordon (6) and Bench. HRs: SO Morales Grubbs Cin Perez Concepcion San Fran. 100 002 8 0 Houston 030 000 11 0 Montefusco Sosa (9) and Rader: Dierker Johnson (8) and May. HR: SF Bonds Philadelphia 010 000 9 1 St. Louis 000 000 2 2 Lonborg (15-11) and Boone: Curtis Garman Hrabosky (9) and Simmons. Los Angeles 103 000 11 1 Atlanta 000 100 4 1 Zahn (3-4) and Ferguson: Capra Krauss Beard (8) and Correll. HRs: LA Garvey Cey Montreal 100 000 8 1 New York 100 420 8 2 Blair Montague Carrithers (7) and Foote: Sadecki (8- 7) and Dyer. MINOR LEAGUE International League Syracuse 4 Richmond 2 Firs! game best-of-seven semi- final series American Association Tulsa 3 Indianapolis 1 Tulsa wins bes1-of-seven final 4-3 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eatt W L Pet GBL New York.......75 65 .536 Boston.........74 66 .529 1 Baltimore.......74 66 .529 1 Cleveland ......69 70 .496 5% Milwaukee......67 75 .472 9 Detroit.........65 76 .461 10V4 Oakland........82 61 .573 Texas..........76 68 .528 6V4 Kansas City.....70 71 .500 11 Minnesota......70 71 .500 11 Chicago........70 72 .49311% California.......56 87 .392 26 MONDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 000 000 3 2 Cleveland 304 000 10 0 LaGrow, Ruhie (3) and Freehan: Bosman (6-3) and Ellis. HRs: Cle Gamble Del Brinkman New York 110 121 13 0 Boston 001 000 10 3 Medich Lyle (8) and Munson: Moret Cleveland (5) and Montgomery. HRs: NY Chambliss Bos Evans Yastrezemski Chicago 000 100 5 0 Minnesota 000 000 5 0 Johnson (7-4) and Downing: Goltz (8-8) and Roof. Borgmann HRs: Minn Killebrew Braun First Texas 000 000 7 0 California 003 001 7 0 Brown (11-12) Merritt (7) and Sundberg; Dobson (1-0) and Rodriguez. Sccond Texas 010 300 10 1 California 200 010 7 i Hands Merrirt Foucault (8) and Sims. Sundberg Figueroa Lockwood (4) and Egan. Rodriguez HR: Tex Howell First Kansas City 000 000 2 1 Oakland 000 020 7 0 Busby (19-14) and Healy: Blue (15- 14) and Tenace. HR: Oak Tenace Second Kansas City 000 000 4 1 Oakland 301 010 7 1 SplfflorH Lopez (7) and Martinez; Hunter (23-10) and Fosse. HRs: Oak Rudi Bando Bait. 100 111 010 01-6 11 0 Mil. 000 000 104 10 2 Cuellar. Reynolds (9) Jack- son D. Johnson (11) and Elchebanw. Williams Kobel. Castro Murphy (10) (7-7) and Moore. HRs. Sal Blair Baylor Mil Porter DUAL STEEL HADIAL TIRES Written Guarantee FLRICH TIRES LTD: 402 1st S Phow 327-6886 or 3274445 ;