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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LETHBRIOGE HERALD Wednesday, September 19, 1973 FABULOUS LAS VEGAS 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION Circus Circus Many Extras Several Departures Irom Calgary Only rtn. per person (double occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald- Sports Riggs gulps down pills HOUSTON (AP) "Hey, Rheo where are my pills9" Bobby Riggs yelled "I'm ready for my pills Rheo Blair, nutritional scientist from Los Angeles, rushed across the red carpeted room and plac- ed a plateful of white pills in front of the most celebrated tennis has-been Bobby poured the whole batch, perhaps as many as 20, into his hand and swallowed them with one gulp He wash- ed them down with a glass of lemonade said Bobby "I fell better "This is what will beat Billie Jean King." said Blair, a specialist who has treated jeveral Hollywood and televi- yon personalities "These Expos land Jose Morales MONTREAL (CP) Mon- treal Expos announced Tues- day they have purchased the contract of catcher Jose Morales from Oakland Athletics of the American League Morales will join the Expos today in time for their National League game in Chicago against the Cubs nutriments don't just give you strength They sharpen the mind "Bobby will have such power thinking, such concentration that you couldn t distract him with a bomb Two days before the highly bally hooed, wmner- take-all match at the Astro- dome Thursday night with the 29-year-old Wimbledon title- holder and feminist, Riggs re- laxed in his hotel suite sur- rounded by bottles of pills, sparring partners and friends One table contained a dozen bottles of pills, some of the bottles quart-size The pills came in different colors and varied potency There are 70 known nutri- said the nutritionist watch over Riggs's physical wellbeing, and Bobby is getting all of them The pills are like food, just don t take up as much room In a day, Bobby gets the fijuivalent of fresh oranges two pounds of liver, four pounds of beefsteak and two gallons of milk "Our aim is to have Bobby take 415 a day Sometimes the number falls to around 300 Bobby doesn't keep his mouth closed long enough ERNIE.' COULD NOU LEND >XJUR OLD CLASS-MATE JHE PRICE OF A WITH PLEASURE, ANDY NICE 16 SEE AGAIN 'E'SONEOF NATURE'S GENTLEMEN- NEVER ALLOWED 'IMSELF TO FOBSET 'IS 'UMSLE ORlG-INS. EVERV VEAR, WITHOUT FAIL, 'E COMES SACK TO THE OLP TOWN "ID VISIT 'IS WIFE AN'KIDS McLain in Detroit but not with Tigers Opening Soon in College Mall 'BOND STREET' featuring Firth Clothes PORT HURON, Mich (AP) Denny McLain, sharp- tongued as ever, is back in De- troit But before McLain tans hurry down to Tiger Stadium, it should be pointed out the former star pitcher is not playing baseball again with Detroit Tigers McLain, a 31-game winner in 1968 when he led the Tigers to a World Series, expects to move to the Detroit area Merchandise on Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 20, 21, 22. Quantities Limited. DISCONTINUED LINES OF SKATES for MEN GIRLS and TOTS Zellers County Fair Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 where he says he will be co- all hockev talk show on CKLW- TV in Windsor, Ont across the river from Detroit McLain, who struggled in the minor leagues this year at Iowa of the American Association and Shreveport of the Texas League, said he will handle the TV show with Henry Boucha, second-year centre with Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League I don t know a whole hell of a lot about red lines and blue said McLain, voted best Tiger right-handed pitcher of all-time in a vote of fans several years ago "I'm studying everything about hockey I can get my hands on The show begins taping in October, he said The often controversial hurler, who has put on con- siderable weight, didn't miss the opportunity to take a few jabs at Tiger general manager Jim Campbell, who traded him to Washington after the 1970 season Although Denny insisted "we're pretty good friends" he took a slap at Campbell for firing Tiger manager Billy Martin two weeks ago "Billy backed his players He wanted something to be done about all the spitball throwing Jim Campbell doesn t back his players and he never has I always believ- ed winning was important here in Detroit But it's not the most important thing There are major league managers and there are ma- jor league winning managers Martin is a winning manager If you don't live within the guidelines of Jim Campbell's baseball ethics you're going to be gone Campbell said he fired Martin for numerous reasons, including some Martin ac tions which Campbell felt em- barrassed the club in the eyes of baseball's top man- agement Whoop-Up Downs Selections FIRST KfCr. Carbon County Jake's Jews! Ky Chino Lucky Von Polv Blondieco Tender Monsey Palatial THURSDAYS SELECTIONS claiming (or 3 ft 4 year olds SEVEN FURLONGS looks like the spot 8 the danger 4 danger with the ran 1 119 117 119 114 106 117 119 116 could be lucky odd good race likes blondes a tricky fellow might show SECOND RACE claiming ior 4 year olds up Mr. Bountiful.........119 todays the day Male's Image................114 the danger Grlnner..................114 could show Pitcher Bob 122 m the bafl park Lustrous Star 114 will shine today Blaze of Speed 119 sometimes Mainly Cloudy 122 needs mud Tivoli Belle 111 off best form THIRD RACE Claiming for 2 year old maidens G Silent Man............117 might sneaK in Ned's Delight 117 right there Elusive Lady 114 head of the pack Chocolate Miss 114 a sweetie Kentucky As'ro 117 disappointment Two Penny Mist 114 worth a bet FOURTH RACE claiming for 4 year olds ft up 2 3 5 6 7 ONE MILE V< 3 4 6 1 2 5 7 FIVE FURLONGS 1 2 6 3 4 5 slight edge the danger a crafty oldster might be the time not too speedy good form hard knocker post position huns FIVE FURLONGS 3 4 2 1 5 6 7 Tiny't King..................117 Old Fort......................114 Banquet Knight..........119 T me to Pick 122 Speedy Kim 116 Ronee Page 119 Pequma Prmcessa 119 Tapparatus 114 FIFTH RACE claiming for 3 4 year old FIVE FURLONGS Sheba 122 Polished Point................118 Copper Dan..................117 Spurella 119 Stromtree 109 Triple Charm 114 Iblis 116 Painted Indian 112 SIXTH RACE claiming for 3 year a up ONE MILE a 1-16 always a good bet 8 could be 'he danger 1 an goodie needs the rail got class if the sun shines not today always runs good lust missed on Monday the danger Dan s a devil needs a spur Cinderella Rides Again not too charming might upset well bred Whlrlagale....................116 Reverie Currency.............121 River Hawk.................121 Color Me Lucky 118 Meo Class 113 Dexter Boy 121 Rmtstone 118 Brian T 118 SEVENTH RACE claiming for 3 year a up 8 ONE MILE a V. What A Blend................119 can t miss 5 Tame Prince .................124 mild today 4 Gypiy Jo Mae......161 follow this one 7 Take One Step 121 could step it Up 1 Gay Stitch 118 could walk away 2 Shane S 124 might upset 3 Canalta Rocky 119 in pretty rough 6 EIGHTH RACE claiming for 4 year a up ..................119 Caribou Trail.................111 Robin A Tiptoe..............114 Win N Grin 119 119 Canadian Breeze Delegado Espirit do Speed Hungry Hawk 122 116 119 SEVEN FURLONGS I would 8 watch this one 1 if the weather G right 2- has done 3 will need a wind 4 could break 5 qood bet 6 may eat up the track 7 LETHBRiDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 CURRENT STORE HOURS 9.00 to Won Tues, Wed. and Fri. Thurs. 9.00 to 9.00 Closed Bombers serious, throttle Lions VANCOUVER (CP) Winnipeg Blue Bombers' offence has suffered this season without Mack Herron but John Bledsoe was an ade- quate replacement Tuesday night Bledsoe ran for two touch- downs to pace Winnipeg to an easy 33-13 victory over British Columbia Lions It was only their second win in nine games Herron, the mini-back who terrorized the Western Foot- ball Conference last season, was released by the Bombers and waived through the Cana- dian Football League after he was charged with drug offences during the off- season He is now with New England Patriots oi the National Football League At six-foot-one and 218 pounds, Bledsoe has about beven inches and 30 pounds on Herron and he runs with a completely different style, preferring to grind ou' yar- dage through the middle of the line Winnipeg quarterback Don Jonas used him to perfection, sending him through the mid- dle of the B C defence ior 148 yards on 26 carries then fak- ing and throwing over the drawn-in B C secondary for good passing yardage The Bombers scored both ways TRIED THREE TIMES They opened the game by taking the kickoff and going 75 yards eating up 9 07 on the clock, for a touchdown Bled- soe was the workhorse, ending the drive by taking thre e tries from the one-yard line before making it into the end On the first play of 'he se cond quarter Jonas did it the quick way Faced with a second down and long yardage on his own seven, the veteran quarter back went back to p.iss and found Willie Miller all alone behind the B C defence A simple game of pitch and- catch and a Miller sprint later and the Bombers were 13 points ahead Bledsoe added his second touchdown in the fourth quarter on an eight vard run WINNIPEG 33, B.C. 13 First downs 22 Yards rushing 185 Yards passing 314 Net offence Passes made-tried Interceptions 2 Punts average 5 Fumbles lost Penalties yards J CANADIAN LEAGUE Eastern Conference W L T F Toronto 5 1 1 133 Ottawa 440 144 Montreal 3 4 1 134 Hamilton 3 4 0 156 B.C. 10 51 221 272 1 Western Conference Sask Edmonton Calgary BC Winnipeg W 6 5 4 3 2 T r: 0 173 0 177 0 125 0 154 0 165 A Pt 120 11 146 8 165 7 120 6 A Pt 148 12 151 10 152 8 204 6 166 4 Will Wilt jump POST TIME. 400 P.M. BEST BET. TAME PRINCE 7th RACE LONG CLASS 6th RACE LOS ANGELES (AP) Wilt Chamberlain, holdout centre of Los Angeles Lakers, said Tuesday he's talking with San Diego Conquistadors, but refused to confirm or deny he is on the verge of jumping to the American Basketball Association "I m negotiating with the Conquistadors as possibly be- ing a player and coach, but that s as far as I can the sevenfoot, one-inch veteran of 14 National Basketball Association seasons said dur- ing an interview The San Francisco Ex- aminer reported Tuesday that Chamberlain, 37, would sign a contract with San Diego I haven't even heard from the Wilt said of the team he has served the last five seasons Chamberlain, who was at a Hollywood Boulevard bookstore to autograph copies of his. new book said he did not know w'tiere the newspaper report Chamberlain's contract with the Lakers has expired, but it contains an option clause binding him to the club for another season which pijt the game out of reach anS1 Jonas threw a seven yard pass to Paul Larose to complete the tout with less than a minute remaining Walt McKee completed the Winnipeg scoring by adding two field goals and converting two of the touchdowns Johnny Musso, who has been the workhorse of the Lions, wore an extra-large shoe to protect an injured toe and was used sparingly Minto Cup headed east NEW WESTMINSTER, BC (CP) Peterborough PCOs staged a third-period drive Tuesday night to defeat Richmond Roadrunners 9-6 to capture the Minto Cup, emblematic of Canadian junior Lacrosse supremacy The two teams, who had split the opening six games of the best-of-seven series were tied 6-6 after two periods but Peterborough scored three un- answered goals in the final pe- riod Peterborough coach Ben Floyd credited his goaltenders Fred Gardner and Tim Barne for the series' victory along with Paul Evans who was named the most valuable player for the seven games Evans scored three goals last night for the third me in the series, including two in the third period ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL QBL 1 St 1 V4 New ?Vr 5 Los 5V, San 9V, 17 21 San 37' 2 89 82 79 75 71 67 West 89 82 73 73 69 69 71 77 80 85 60 69 76 78 79 543 527 493 470 441 593 543 490 483 466 10 15 23 7V, 16V4 19 35 "i TODAY'S GAMES Montreal Torrez (9-11) at Chicago Reusche! (13-15) San Diego Kirby (8-16) and Troedson (6-8) at Houston Griffin (2- 6) and Konieczny (0 0) St Louis Nagy (0-2) at Philadelphia Carlton (11-19) Pittsburgh Bnles (13 12) at New York Stone (1-13) Atlanta Niekro (13-8) at Los Angeles Messersmith (13 10) Cincinnati Norman (11-12) at San Francisco Bradley (13-11) TUESDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco 000 000 5 2 Los Angeles 000 000 5 0 Manchal (10-14) Sosa (8) and Rader John (14-7) Hough (8) and Ferguson FIRST Philadelphia 000 000 5 10 1 Chicago 110 000 242 Twitchell Wallace (6) Lersch (36) (7) Scarce (8) and Boone Pappas Locker (9-6) (7) Burns (8) and Rudolph HR (28) SECOND Philadelphia 000 000 231 Chicago 100 011 392 Brett (12-8) Diono (8) and Ryan Boone Bonham (6-4) and Hundley HR (17) San Diego 000 004 9 16 1 Atlanta 000 002 451 Arlin (11-13) and Kendall, Harrison (10 6) Niekro (6) Ford (7) Neibauer (9) Leon (9) and Casanova Dietz (9) HRs (20) St. Louts 103 000 7 15 0 Montreal 003 000 460 Cleveland Andrews (5) Hrabosky (7) Pena (4-3) (8) and Simmons, Moore (7 16) Montague Walker (8) and Stmson HR St (2) Houston 000 000 042 Cincinnati 000 000 01 1 50 Reuss (15-12) and Jutze Gullett (18 8) and Bench New York 001 000 10 1 Pittsburgh 004 000 6 0 Matlack Sadecki (4) McGraw5-6) (7) Apodaca (9) Capra (9) and Grote Moore Hernandez (4-5) (7) CiUSti (9) Johnson (9) and Sanguillen AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. QBL Baltimore Boston Detroit New York Milwaukee Cleveland Oakland Kansas City Minnesota Chicago California Texas TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee Colborn (19 10) at Cleveland Tidrow (13-14) California Ryan (18-16) and Tanana (1-1) at Texas Clyde (4-6) and Broberg (4 7) (2) New York Stottiemyre (14-15) at Boston Tiant (18 12) Baltimore McNally (16-15) at Detroit Coleman (20-15) Chicago Wood (24-19) at Kansas City Garber (9 9) Oakland Blue (18 9) at Minnesota Fife (2-2) or Decker (10) TUESDAY'S RESULTS California 101 200 8 2 Oakland 310 010 7 0 Hassler (0 4) and Stelmaszek Hunter (20-4) Knowles (8) Fingers (9) and Fosse HRs Cal Schemblum (3) McGraw (3) Epstein (9) Baltimore 000 005 10 0 Detroit 100 000 8 1 Jefferson (5-5) and Etchebarren Lohch (15 14) Miller (6) Perry (8) Holdsworth (9) and Freeman HR (22) New York 000 010 7 0 Boston 001 010 9 0 Medich (12-9) and Munson Lee (17-9) and Montgomery HRs (6) Hart (13) Bos (19) Cooper (2) Milwaukee 003 002 10 0 Cleveland 000 010 8 0 Colborn Short (3-5) (9) and Moore Wilcox (8-8) and Duncan HRs (6) Chambliss (10) Ellis (13) Minnesota 000 010 020-3 6 0 Kansas City '010 210 10 0 Blyleven (18-16) and Mitterwald Fitzmorns (8-2) Mingon (8) and Mar- tinez HRs (5) (26) Chicago 000 001 5 2 Texas 304 000 10 1 Bahnsen (18-19) Stone (3) and Brinkman Varney Blbby (3-9) and Suarez HRs (7) Tex- Burroughs (27) LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Carew Mm 538 86 184 342 Hortnn Del 395 41 125 316 Murcer NY 578 80 177 306 Rose Cm 633 108 220 348 Cedeno Hou 498 82 158 317 Watson Hou 553 93 175 316 Hunt Mtl 401 61 124 309 SEIBERLING G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES .95 Each 26 ELRICH TIRES LTD. "YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER- COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 iMAve. South PhOM 127-6886 or 327-4445 ;