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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 11, 1970 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD 9 ANDY CAPP -I THOUGHT I'b AAAKE ONEORTWO'ELPFUU SUGGESTIONS ABOUT 'IS BUOGET WHOAREVER. THE CHANCELLOR THE EXCHEQUER VOU bON'T AVE T' W3RRY ABOUT THE PRICE OF BEERjMWEy, THERE'S AN ELECTION COMIN1 Up Sad Shape Kimball To Blame? EDMONTON (CP) Wayne can't afford to pay the largest Overland, sports columnist for the Journal, says the "belliger- ent personality" of Edmonton Eskimo general manager Norm Kimball has contributed to dissatisfaction on the team. Overland, in the second of a series of articles on the Eski- mos of the Western Football Conference, says the players generally dislike Kimball. He says the play.ers under- stand that even though the Eskimo organization only break even after drawing 93 per cent capacity at games, it salaries in the Canadian foot- ball league. Kimball had the personal- jty to use salesmanship in con- tract negotiates, the players might more readily accept his offers. "But as one player says: 'it's tough to discuss contract with Kimball, usually it ends up in a shouting match.' Overland .says when this happens the player is either "bullied" into accepting or gets his back up. "T h i s might be why the di- Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES if WINDSHIELDS if INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS if PLEXICUAS if MIRRORS if GLASS ALL TYPES if ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS if ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS if ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS if ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS end CABINETS if ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS if GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE if BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD LUMBER if PLYWOODS LETHBRSDGE Corner 5th Ave., 4fh St. S. Phone 327-1581 Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magraih Drive WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Your Headquarters For: Imperial Oil Products Fishing Licenses Stereo Tapes Garden Supplies Campfiro Equipment fishing Supplies Bar-B-Q Supplies For your convenience .headquarters for: HUNTING LICENCES and AMMUNITION We Now Fill Propane Bottles MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magraih Drive Phone 327-1046 Licensed Mechanic On Duty from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. rectors have been called in on some negotiations." For a number of years, says the story, the Eskimos have been pouring big money into new talent but it hasn't paid off with anything resembling a winner. "Obviously, the board of di- rectors sets the policies, but who advises the board and then spends the money the di- rectors make available for new players? "This sounds like the respon- sibility ager." of ths general man- The Eskimos, with two wins and six losses, are in fourth spot in the five-team WFC, four points behind the British Columbia Lions who hold the last playoff points. spot with eight Jack Baker, president of the Eskimo organization, said Wed- nesday he would make some comment after the series of articles is finished. Banks Powers Way For Chicago Over Expos All Three Leaders Register Victories By TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS son Ernie Banks, thwarted twice attempting to sacrifice bunt, swung away and 'crashed a three-run homer that snapped a 2-2 tie and sent the Chicago Cubs flying to a 9-3 triumph over Montreal Expos Wednes- day ill National League baseball action. Milt Pappas, acquired late in June from Atlanta Braves, after failing to win consistently with them or the Cincinnati Reds be- fore that, hurled six innings as he won his 10th game as a Cub. The victory kept Chicago just one game off the pace of the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Mets, co-leaders in the torrid National League East battle. The Pirates blanked St. Louis Cardinals 2-0 on Luke Walker's two-hitter while the Mets had to go 14 innings before subduing the stubborn Philadelphia Phil- lies 3-2 on Cleon Jones' run- scoring triple. In other games, San Fran- cisco Giants trounced Houston Astros 11-0, Cincinnati battered Los Angeles Dodgers 13-4 and San Diego Padres edged Atlanta 3-2. TAKEN OUT The 39-year-old Banks also de- livered a run-scoring single in the seventh inning and received a standing ovation when he left for a pinch hitter. It was Banks' 12th homer this season and No. 509 lifetime, placing the Chicago first base- man only two homers behind Mel Ott's 511 and the eighth spot on the all-time list. Pappas yielded four hits and left for a pinch hitter with a 7-3 lead. Walker, 12-6, struck out nine and only walked one as the left- hander helped snap the Pirates losing streak at three games. The only hits Walker gave up Briles, 5-6. The Pirates id a run in the fourth on Bob Robertson's sacrifice fly. Jones' one-out shot off the right-hander field wall, scored Tommie Agce who had walked, sending the sizzling Mets to their sixth triumph in seven games. A two-run homer by John Briggs had tied it at 2-2 in the sixth for the Phils. The Mets got their two runs in the third as Bud Harrelson stole home and Art Shamsky had a run-scoring single. Right-hander Gaylor Perry tossed a four-hitter for his 20th victory and Willie Mays slammed a two-run homer, his 27th, as the Giants routed Hous- ton. Perry, 20-13, joined his brother Jim Perry of the Minne- sota Twins in becoming the first brothers in major league history to capture 20 games in the same season. The Twins' righty is 22-11. Baltimore Orioles and Minne- sota Twins were given go-a- heads by baseball commissioner HirGS Ignored By Officials TORONTO (CP) Two of five Canadian hockey players jailed in Johannesburg recently for breaking their playing con- tracts said Tuesday their plight was ignored by Canadian offi- cials in South Africa. Floyd Thomson of Capreol, Ont., near Sudbury, said the thing that "disappointed me when we were in jail was that we got no help from any Cana- dian officials." "The Canadian consul there said it was a piivate matter and he couldn't interfere." The Thomson, Jim Whit- aker of Nobel, Ont., Doug Scott of Midland, Ont., Rene Labonte of Quebec City and Bill Mac- Leod of Leduc, Alta. were ar- rested on a Friday night for breaking their contract with a Johannesburg team to play in Durban. They were not released until the following Monu'ay. "It was only because our sponsor in Durban hired a law- yer for us that we were able to get out and eventually win the said Thomson who ar- rived back in Canada with Whit- aker. MacLeod returned to his were singles by Dal Maxvill in j home via NewJSforfc the third inning and Jim Beau- champ in the fifth. Willie Stargell supported the southpaw with a solo homer, his 28th, in the second off loser Nel- Raee Results CALGARY (CP) Race results from Victoria Park Thursday. First SI ,400, claiming, 2-year-old maidens, furlongs Fleet Flitter (AAcCauley) 24M 12.50 6.20 Dew Page (Haynes) 5.10 3.30, Andy's Rouser (B. Cuthbertson) 3.10. Time: 2-5 Derrick's Dancer, Symboae, Saucy Susie, Dollar Digger, Trader John also Second fur- claiming, 3-year-olds, longs Speedy Son tJ. Whittle) 11.60 -1.60 2.70, Newlynne (BHlrngsley) 3.20 2.30, Nena's Pet (Stadnyk) 2.20. Time: 2-5 Western HDZC, Stmony Award, Ex- po Gal, Phil's Flame also ran. Track Scratch: Where You Go. DAILY DOUBLE: S207.SO Consolation Double: Third claiming, 3-year-olds, tVi miles King Dreamer fSiadnyk) 4.30 3.30 2.60, Pour" Me Another (Barrooy) 11.10 5.20, Mellwodale (Shields) 3.10. Time: Lolita's Hope, Destiny's Child, Tele King, Fastascanbe, Now It's Reality also ran. Fourth claiming, three-year-olds and gp, miles Proud Shadow (Bllllngsley) 3.30 2.20, River Hawrc (Rasmussen) 3.70 2.20, Tutfy's Image (McCauley) 2.10. Time: 1-5 Strayed inn. Little Baffle also ran. Signs Pact WINNIPEG (CP) Minne- sota North Stars of the Na- tional Hockey League's west- ern division opened training camp here today and immedi- ately announced the signing of one of two remaining original stars. Goaltender Cesaire Maniago signed a two year contract, leaving only s i x professionals unsigned. Fiflh 500, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, IVb miles Merry Maple (McCauley) 16.80 6.70 3.10, Gilmore (Rasmussen) 5.20 3.10, ancy Fella (Wiseman) 2.70. Time: Silk Buttons, Rldgevlew Hope, Land Beyond also ran. EXACTOR: claiming 7 furlongs Merry Muffet (L. Sixth 3-year-olds and up, Wiseman) 14.50 6.70 3.30, Bell's Sheila (McCauley) 7.40 3.60, Ragtlmer (Rasmussen) 2.80. Time: 1-5 Special Bout, On The Go, Flvlng N b. Countess Belinda, Ean Tudor also ran. Seventh 3-vear-olds and up, 7 furlongs Royal Impel (Billingsley) 5.60 -4.00 2.60, Obaro's Babe (McCauley) 4.40 2.50, Fall Session (Stadnyk) Time: Sweet Byeandbye, Pedee Le Bleu also ran. Eighth claiming, 3-year-olds end up, 7 furlongs Bomber Brown (McCauley) 10.60 5.50 4.70, Bonny Airs (Wiseman) 10.10 7.60, Kathy's Miss (Barraby) 6.60. Time: 2-5 Hola Fire Ken Kal, Jimmy A Go Go, Prairie Dew, Mr. Marsh also ran, QUINELLA: SI 01. 30, PLAY ELSEWHERE Both Scott and Labonte will leave Smith Africa Oct. 8 to play in The Netherlands. Thomson, 21, will be attending St. Louis Blues' Nationa Hockey League camp in Ottawa next week while Whitaker will be taking hi Baltimore Clippers' American League camp. Thomson said the argument with the Johannesburg team stemmed from team officials not making good on promises given the players. "They promised to pay our hotel rooms for a month and then find us said Thom- son. "But they couldn't find us any decent jobs. "When the hotel told us the bills weren't being paid and we had two days to get out, we de- cided to leave." He said that the five had joined a Durban team and played only one game before their arrest. BILLED COURT COSTS The aftermath of their five- minute court appearance was that the complainant was billed R6.000 for their court appear- nce. "That's over said Thomson. "They tried to get us WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, SEPT. 14 8.30 p.m. NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH DAVE RUHL vs BOB SWEETAN MAN MOUNTAIN MIKE VI SWEET DADOY SIKI CHRISTY BROS, vs URSUS and PACCHIANO BELAFONTE vs CANNON SULLIVAN vi BASIC ADMISSION BOX OFFICE OPENS 7 P.M. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJLH-TV MEMBERSHIPS FOR MEN'S AND MIXED SOCIAL LEAGUE Are Now Being Accepted At The Lethbridge Curling Club 9 U Curling Rink Open p.m. Each Night Monday Thru Friday CURLING STARTS OCT. 19th DUES Will BE THE SAME AS tAST YEAR AU. INTERESTED CURLERS WELCOME TO DROP IN INTER AS INDIVIDUAL OR RINK lo pay half the court costs, but we wouldn't do it." He said one of the stipulations of their release from jail was that they surrender their pass- ports. These were returned to them that Tuesday. Thomson said the five were well treated in jail "but the food was terrible." "Our lawyer had to bring us hamburgers and coke." Any Club Could Be Contender High school football has been I due to me coaches strike for Bowie Kuhn Thursday to begin aking orders for World Series tickets as they continued their countdown to Amirican League division titles. Meanwhile, Cleveland Indians and Washington Senators went at it again in a struggle strictly .0 stay out of last place in the East. A spartan turnout of in Cleveland's Stadium saw the Indians o u t s 1 u g Washington's Jrank Howard, four home runs to two, on the way to a victory that sent them one game up on the Senators. Washington had won 5-4 Wednesday night to create a virtual fifth-place deadlock. Tiie Orioles nicked the New York Yankees 2-1 behind Dave McNally, reducing their magic number to nine for clinching a second successive East Division crown, and the Twins swept a doubleheader from Oakland Athletics 6-1 and 7-2 for a magic number of 12 to repeat as West Division champs. Boston Red ox trounced De- troit Tigers 14-0 and Kansas City swept a twin bill from Mil- ivaukee Brewers 2-0 and 10-2 in other AL action. The Chicago White Sox and California Angela were idle. one of the m a j o r sport high- lights in Lethbridge for many years and this year will be no exception. In fact, the clubs are m o r e balanced than any other year in its history and should pro- vide some very close and excit- ing entertainment. Catholic Central Cougars, the defending champions will lose a great deal of poundage on the line, therefore leaving most of the work for the speedy back- field. The LCI Rams have also lost a great deal of weight on the line and must depend wholely on its always threatening offen- sive lineup. Winston Churchill Bulldogs have lost only a few players and have picked up some in or- der to form a contender. Looking at their last years showing they provide some tough competition for the Rams and Cougars. Jim Whitelaw and Ms Hams will get their first taste of ac- tion this evening at eight when they will tangle with the Grads. This game will be staged at the Henderson Baseball Park. CCHS on the other hand were scheduled to host the Calgary Bishop Granden Saturday, but extra auricular pay in Calgary the game has been cancelled. The Cougars will not not be able to see any action until they officially open up the football league September 18 against the LCI Rams. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates JACK FULLER 328-2515 LETHBRIDGE RACE MEET 9 BIG RACING DAYS Friday, Sept. 18th through 'Monday, Sept. 28th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK p.m. EACH DAY Pari-Mutuel Betting C7 F. I. Lon-don Gin is i: m com-ing back com-ing back m com-ing back London Dry Gin Try its gin-dandy flavour sparkling cool, crisp yet tastefully subtle, the perfect beginning for any gin drink. LONDON DRY 01N A prestigs product of Canadian Sehinley Distilleries Ltd. VEGA 2300 Coming to Beny's September 28 ;