Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 19

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 36

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 14, 1973 FABULOUS LAS VEGAS 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION Circus Circus Many Extras Several Depnrtures from Calgary Only S215.00 rtn. per person (double occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Herald HOt V Boston Red Sox star Reggie Smith appears to be somewhat upset with the umpire. Smith, with Red Sox coach John Baylor trying to keep him away from the umpire, was upset with a call at first base and made no bones about it. s io rulvs y out for year NKW YORK iCPi Owner Wellington Mara ol New York Giants said Thursday there is no way Leon McQuay. whose career in Canadian Ipothall may be at an end. can play this season for the (Hunts tin- National Football League. The controversial running back, who has been waived out of the Canadian Football League, was a fifth-round choice of the Giants in this year's N'FL draft. Mara denied through a spoki sinun that he had asked 1510 Mayor Magraih Drive Specializing in: INDIVIDUAL OR FLEET LEASl.MG CARS or TRUCKS CALL BOB DAVIDSON (Leasing Consultant) Phone 328-8881 PRGHTS EARMED THROUGH THE USE NOT THE OWNERSHIP1 SHORT TERM- LONG TERM Insurance and Maintenance Provided on Request! NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle to bend the rules to allow the 23-year-old McQuay to join the Giants. The NFL forbids players competing in the CFL -om joining an NFL team in the same season. "We honor all agreements with the said Tom Power, director of promotions for the Giants. "He definitely will not play for the Giants this year." The NFL rule barring the signing of players who com- pete in the same season in the CFL is designed to prevent NFL clubs from "stacking up" players in Canada, and calling them up at the end of the CFL season. The CFL regular season ends Nov. 4 and the NFL season continues to Dec. 16 with playolfs continuing through to the Jan. 13 Super Bowl. If you have not yet joined a league, or if you have joined a league but would like to bowl more. .there are still a few openings for teams and individuals at DOWNTOWN BOWLADROME. where bowling is really fun. We have openings for the following: 1 team for Mixed 5 pin league, Monday at 9 p.m. 2 teams for Mens 10 pin league, Tuesday at 7 p.m. 2 teams for Mixed 10 pin league, Thursday at 7 p.m. 2 teams for Senior Division iiinior in pin league. Sunday at 7 p.m. (Boys Girls 17 to 21) Rates for 1973-74 Open Bowling 50c per same, students 40e. 10 Pin Leagues (4 bowlers Eo a team) 3 games 5 Pin Leagues (5 bowlers to a team) 3 games Junior 10 Pin Leagues (4 bowlers to a team) 3 games Youth Bowling 5 Pins (5 bowlers to a team) 3 games 900 YOUTH BOWLING Y.B.C. Registration this Saturday, September 15th at a.m. and p.m. (Bantams, Juniors Seniors) IT PAYS TO BOWL DOWNTOWN For further Information, contact your league secretary or phone GEORGE or MURRAY VICKEHS AT 328-7122 evenings and weekends 327-0542 or 327-7542 weekdays. Downtown Bowladrome 319A 7th St. South (ABOVE FRANK WALKER'S MEN'S WEAR) Sports Lethbridge Office Furniture Ltd. Lower Level 7th St. Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING a CJ tesr a Orioles in driver's seat Pirates talking like winners ASSOCIATED PRESS Baltimore Orioles are finding their current American League baseball success among the lights. Don't believe it? Just ask Oriole newcomer Doug DeCinces. "I see so much better up here because of the DeCinces said Thursday night after he knocked in the winn- ing run in the 10th inning for the Orioles' 7-6 victory over Milwaukee Brewers. The triumph, coupled with Boston's 2-1. 12-inning loss to New York Yankees, reduced the Orioles' pennant-clinching number to 10. In the other game. Kansas City Royals edged California Angels 5-4. STRETCH LEAD The Orioles are now seven games ahead of the runner-up Red Sox in the American League East and much of the credit belongs to their rookies. Last seasu', Al Burnbry and Rich Coggins were batting .300 at Rochester and its no different in Baltimore. Bumbry's one hit Thursday raised his batting average to .331 while Rich Coggins is .322. Both are prime can- didates for rookie-of-theyear honors. One full game over the .500 mark and Pittsburgh Pirates are talking like winners in the National League's tight East Division race. "We're jelling at last." said slugger Willie Stargell, who doubled home two runs and scored another in the first in- ning Thursday, helping the Pi- rates to a 6-1 decision over Chicago Cubs. "We're making the big plays and getting the big hits. I think we're as prepared as ever to go down the stretch." Pittsburgh's victory gave the Pirates a one-game edge over idle St. Louis Cardinals and games over Montreal Kxpos. who also had the night off. The fourth place New York Mets remained 2'-2 games behind, beating Philadelphia Phillies 4-2 in 12 innings. Klsewhere Thursday night. Los Angeles Dodgers downed Houston Astros 8-6 and San Francisco Giants defeated San Diego Padres 8-6. The Expos begin their charge for first in the East tonight at home against Philadelphia while Fergie Jenkins attempts to regain his winning ways as Chicago Cubs take on (he Mets at New York. CUBS FADING me Cubs, who dropped tour games off Pittsburgh's pace, contributed three errors the lirst one by Don Kessinger setting the stage for Stargell's two run double in the first in- ning. Tennis over The Lethbridge Tennis Club wrapped up their best season ever with the club cham- pionships recently. Some 100 entries took part in the club finals which featured 13 events including both men and women's com- petition. The results of the final winners are as follows. Men's singles: Joe Forrayi (7-5) over Herb Curran. Men's doubles: Joe Forrayi and Tim JQSI (6-2) over Herb Curran and Marv Kirchner Ladiess' singles: Gern Noble (6-3) over Doreen Durlee. Mixed doubles: Noble and Kirchner (6-2) over Durfee and Curran. Novice men's singles: Satya Bhardwa) (6-2) over Stephen Cooper. Novice ladies singles: Marty Kaplan (6-1) over Carol Hogen. Novice men's doubles: B. Wiebe and Dale Jost (6-3) over K. Bodie ana E Meili. Novice ladies doubles: Marty and -Mary Kaplan (6-0) over Carol Hogen and M. Moroz. Junior Boy's singles: Ryan Hayward (6-2) over David McGreer (14 and under) Junior Girl's singles: Marty Kaplan (6-0) over Jennifer Mabin (14 and under) Junior Boy's doubles: R. Hayward and brother (6-2) over B Wiebe and D. Jost. Veteran men's singles: Simon Huszar (6-0) over Lloyd Skeith. Parent and child: Laura and Marv Kirchner (6-2) over Tom and David McGreer. Favell after big contract TORONTO (CP) The Star says in a report from Phila- delphia that goalie Doug Favell will sign a five-year contract worth an estimated with Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League. Favell was obtained in a trade from Philadelphia Flyers this year and still had two years remaining on his old contract with the Flyers. But, The Star says. Leafs general manager Jim Gregory agreed to scrap the old contract and negotiate the new one with Philadelphia lawyer Howard Kasper who represents Favell. "We've been talking about renegotiating Favell's Kasper told The Star, "but nothing definite has been arrived at so far. "Once negotiations are completed, the announcement will come from someone other than me." The says a news confer- ence was tentatively schedul- ed for Friday to announce Favell's new pact. Maple Leafs officials were not immediately available for comment. IT'S LABOURIN AGAIN, I TXN'T WANT TO WHAT DOE'S INTEREST HAND AT CARTOONIN1 I WONDER'OW U3N6 IT'LL BE BEFORE THEY PENCILS LONG ENOUGH TO DRAWONTMECEIUN1. 4sA.s networks to lift ban Rozelle adheres NEW YORK (AP) National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle told major television networks Thursday to lift the ban on televising sold-out home games in the wake of Congressional approval of a measure banning blackouts of games sold out 72 hours in ad- vance. Both the United States House of Representatives and the Senate approved the anti- blackout bill Thursday and sent it to President Nixon, who is said to favor such a measure. Rozelle said earlier in the day he would tell networks "that we no longer consider them bound by contractual provision with the NFL prohibiting local telecasts of games, providing all seats are sold 72 hours before kickoff." Rozelle said the NFL intends to adhere "to both the letter and the spirit of this ex- perimental law despite our be- lief there will be extremely negative results to this legislation." The commissioner enumer- ated what he considered pos- sible negative results of the legislation. He said: "We ieel that dur- ing the period of this ex- periment, it will be shown that a great number of people who purchase tickets will not go to the stadium." THRIVES ON CROWDS He added: "The sport has thrived on the crowds. We think the sport feeds on the en- thusiasm of the crowds." Rozelle also said too much exposure of the sport could be detrimental "by giving the public too much of our sport." Boxing was heavily exposed on television during the 1950s and many blamed that for the decline of the sport. Rozelle and Dallas Cowbov president Tex Schramm said NFL owners could react to such an "overexposure" possibility by going to a single game of the week alternative rather than telecast all games on a regional basis. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES in givvs grven light Secretariat is ready NEW YORK (AP) Secre- tariat flashed over six furlongs in near track-record time at Belmont Park Wednesday, and trainer Lu- cien Laurin gave the Triple Crown winner the green light for Saturday's Marlboro Cup invitational race. Secretariat worked five- eighths of a mile in 57 seconds and went out. the three quarter in 4-5, just one-fifth of a second off the track mark. Secretariat's stahlemate, Riva Ridge, turned in a solid work Tuesday, going five- eighths in 57 1-5 and out six furlongs in 2-5. The two Meadow Stable stars will be joined in the mile Marlboro Cup by at least five other thoroughbreds Canadian bred Kennedy Road owned by Mrs. Art Stollery of Toronto, Paul Mellon's Key To The Mint, Mary F. Jones' Cougar II. Patricia Blass' Annihilate 'Km and .Jack Dreyfus' Onion. Mrs. Charles Englehard's Tentam was not a definite starter because he was in the process of being sold, trainer Mac1 Miller said. TURCOTTE UP Secretariat, with regular rider Ron Turcotte up, went a quarter of a mile in 22 3-5 and the half in 45 in his dazzling work. OFF AND RUNNING LETHBRIDGE WHOOP-UP DOWNS SEPT. 7-22 "He was reaching out of his stride." said a happy Laurin. "Ronnie let him run on his own. He didn't have any hold on him but he didn't push him. If he had pushed him, he would have gone faster." The race will be Secretariat's first since he was upset by Onion in the Whitney Stakes and his first since resuming training after a fever cough. !t also will be his second against older horses. The only other three- year-old in the field is Annihi- late 'Em. the Traverse winner. Key To The Mint went five- eighths in 57 2-5 and out six furlongs in 3-5. Cougar II moved five furlongs in 58 4-5 and out six in 1-5 while Kennedy Road went 58 4-5 and out in 1-5. "We shipped in to run and we have no said Charlie Whittingham, trainer of Cougar II and Kennedy Road. "The works this morn- ing suited us just fine." The weight and jockey assignments were Secretariat. 124, Turcotte; Riva Ridge. 127, Eddie Maple; Key To The Mint. 126, Braulio Cougar II. Bill Shoemaker; Kennedy road, 121. Don Pierce; Annihilate 'Km. lUi. Angel Cordero Jr.; Onion, llli. Jacinto Vasquez. Tentam. 121, Jorge Velas- quez. NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pel. GBL Pittsburgh 72 71 .503 St Louis 72 73 .497 1 Montreal 71 73 .493 1'? New York 71 75 .486 2', Chicago 69 76 476 4 Philadelphia 65 81 .445 West Cincinnati 89 57 610 Los Angeles 85 62 578 4'r San Francisco 81 64 .559 Ti Houston' 74 74 .500 16 Atlanta 72 76 .486 18 San Diego 53 92 .366 35'-2 TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia Carlton (11-18) at Montreal Moore {7-15} Chicago Jenkins (12-14) at New York Stone (10-3) Atlanta Harrison (10-5) at Cincin- nati Gullet! (17-8) Pittsburgh Briles (12-12) at St. Louis Cleveland (13-8) Los Angeles Messersmith (12-10) at Houston Richard (6-2) San Francisco Manorial (10-12) at San Dieqo Kirby (7-16) THURSDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh 300 110 12 0 Chicago 000 000 6 3 Moose Hernandez (8) and Sanguillen. Pappas LaRbch'e Bonham Aker (9) and Hundley N.Y. 000 200 000 11 0 Phila 001 001 000 10 1 Seaver McGraw (12) and Grote. Dyer Brett. Culver (6-5) (12) and Boone. Los Ang 020 320 11 3 Houston 111 003 11 1 John Hough (6) and Yeager; Roberts (14-10) Ray Upshaw (9) and Jutze HR. (14) San Fran 200 100 9 1 San Diego 300 001 13 2 Barr. Sosa (10-3) McMahon (9) and Arnold: Arlin. Corkins Caldwell Snook (0-2) Ross (9) and Kendall. HRs: Ontiveros AB R H Pet. Rose. Cm 610 105 211 .346 Watson. Hou 543 92 172 .317 Cedeno. Hou 478 77 151 .316 Maddox, SF 515 72 162 315 Cardenal. Chi 463 74 144 311 Hunt Mtl 401 61 124 .309 T Perez. Cm 518 66 160 .309 Home runs. Johnson, Atlanta, 40; Stargell. Pittsburgh. 39 Runs batted in: Stargell, 107; Bench. Cincinnati. 101. Pitching 13 decisions: Stone. New York, Sosa. San Francisco. 10-3. 769' Billmgharn, Cincinnati. 18-8, 692' AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Baltimore 86 59 .593 Boston 80 67 .544 7 Detroit 77 69 .527 9'b New York 73 74 .497 14 Milwaukee 70 77 476 17 Cleveland 64 84 .432 23'.- West Oakland 84 61 .579 Kansas City 80 66 548 Chicago 72 74 .493 Mmessota 70 74 .486 13U California 67 76 .469 16 Texas 51 93 .354 TODAY'S GAMES New York Stot'.lemyre (13-15) at Baltimore Cuellar (15-13) Cleveland Tidrow (12-14) at Boston Curtis (12-13) Milwaukee Colborn (19-9) a! Detroit Lohch (14-13) Minnesota Goltz (5-4) at Chicago Bahnsen (18-17) Texas Bibby (7-9) at Oakland Hunter (18-4) Kansas City Bushby (14-13) at California Tanana (0-1) THURSDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee 102 100 200 10 3 Baltimore 001 011 021 17 0 Champion, Short Sprague (0- 1) (8) and Porter: Cuellar. Garland Reynolds (7-5) (7) and Etchebarren. Robles Boston 000 000 001 6 0 N.Y. 000 000 010 9 1 Lee Veale (10) and Fisk. Montgomery Medich, Lyle (5-9) (12) and Munson. HR: Kansas City 000 020 10 0 California 000 000 8 1 Fitzmorris Bird (8) and Heaiy. Hand Lange Sells (8) and Sands. HR: (26) LEAGUE LEADERS AB R- H Pet. Carew, Mm 525 85 182 347 W 384 41 121 .315 D May. Mil 579 92 180 .311 Murcor. Ny 561 77 174 .310 Munson, Ny 478 77 145 .303 Scott, MM 547 87 164 .300 Otis KC 544 86 163 .300 I Davis. Bal 505 51 151 .299 Cepeda. Bos 519 50 155 .299 Yastremski. Bos 495 76 146 .295 Home R Jackson. Oakland. 31: Fisk. Boston, Robinson. Califor- nia. 26 Runs batted in: R. Jackson. 112: Mayborry. Kansas City. 96. Pitching 13 decisions: Hunter, Oakland, 18-4, .818: McDaniel, New York. 12-4. .750 SEIBERLING G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES 25.95 V Each ELRICH TIRES LTD. "YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER" COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 IstAve. South Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;