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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 LETHBRiDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 19, 1973 Famous Artists 8 Track Tapes Famous Artists DEEP PURPLE Machine Head CHARLIE PRIDE Sweet Country CAT STEVENS Foreigner MCCARTNEY Live Let Die CHARLIE RICH Behind Closed Doors LEAD ZEPPLIN Houses of the Holy GUESS WHO 10 CARPENTERS Now Then HELEN REDDY I Am Woman CHICAGO VI JETHRO TULL A passion Play JIM CROCE Life Times COROLE KING Fantasy PINK FLOYD Dark Side of the Moon PAUL SIMON There Goes Rhymin Simon VAN MORRISON Hard Nose The Highway JOHN DINVER Farewell RICK WAKEMAN Six Wives of Henry VIII EDWARD BEAR Close Your Eyes BRUCE LANG Whatever Turns You On DR. JOHN In The Right Place ELVIS Foo! CHEECH CHONG Big Bambu GRAND FUNK JANIS JOPLIN We're An American Band Greatest Hits BUDGET PRICED RECORDS Recent Selections Music For Every Taste 63CI1 Sunset Records Music For Every Mood 8 Track Tapes Recent Deletions Capitol Columbia Polydor W -i Great Sounds From RCA WB 3 .99 each Many of the Biggest Names in the Recording Industry 1 .77 each Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ____________________We reserve the right to limit quantities DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OF THE WOOLWONTH CO LIMITEDJ IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Club officials pleased Habs' players in shape By ALEX KENTVILLE, N.S. (CP) It didn't look like a Stanley Cup playoff game, but for the second day of training camp most of the players in the Montreal Canadiens' morning scrimmage Tuesday seemed to be in good condition. The 48 players at the National Hockey League training camp in this An- napolis Valley town are divid- ed into three squads and the scrimmage included Frank Mahovlich, Jacques Lemaire and Jim Roberts, who scored goals, and Jacques Lap- erriere, Guy Lafleur, Serge Savard and Chuck Lefley. But team general manager Sammy Pollock, coach Scotty Bowman and Al MacNeil, mentor of the Habs American Hockey League farm club, Nova Scotia Voyageurs, were paying a lot of attention to some of the talented rookies. They included forwards Bob Gainey, the team's first draft choice this year, Yvon Lam- bert, Glenn Goldup, Ron An- druff and Dave Gardner and defencemen John Van Box- meer and Richard Wilson. A lot of attention was also being directed towards the five goaltenders in camp. With goaltender Ken Dryden determined to sit out for the season, last year's back-up men. Michel Plasse and Wayne Thomas, would seem to have the inside track but Bunny Larocque, who had a fine season with the Voy- ageurs last year, also figures in the team's plans ALL TO BE TRIED OUT Bowman said he plans on taking all three with him dur- ing training camp and for part of the regular season to let them show him who should be the starting goalie. The other two aspiring net- minders are Dave Elenbass, a Cornell University product and a native of Scarborough, Ont., and Peter Proulx from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. The Canadieno have only three days of training camp here this year before a Thurs- day night engagement in Charlottetown where they'll play an inter-squad game with the Voyageurs who are train- ing with them. Friday night they meet the Bruins in Moncton, N.B., before launching into nine more exhibition games before their regular season opener Oct. 10 in Minnesota against the North Stars. Club officials said Tuesday they were pleased with the condition of most of the players. Pierre Joly, who looks after conditioning for the Habs, said the players "seem in better shape than last year." At the request of the players association, training camps have been shortened because of the 78-game length of the regular season. The players are expected to report in HUMOR DURING DRILL Joly said the players seem more serious this year than in previous years but as if to disprove him, Peter Mahovlich tried for a few minutes of humor during later drills for the squad not involv- ed in the morning scirmmage. Another player who worked hard in the drills was defen- ceman Guy Lapointe who is denying published reports that he wouldn't attend the camp unless his salary was increased. While he's making no further comment on the matter and asking reporters to talk to Pollock, he said, "I'm here and I'm happy." Lapointe, one of the Habs' Sanderson injured FITCHBURG, Mass. (AP) Boston Bruins announced Tuesday that centre Derek Sanderson will be lost through the club's first two pre-season games because of a back sprain suffered in a practice scrimmage Monday A spokesman for the National Hockey League club said Sanderson would miss this weekend's games against Montreal Canadians' defending Stanley Cup cham- pions Andre Savard, the club's top junior draft choice last May, has moved into Sanderson's spot on a line with right wing Don Marcotte and Richie Leduc on the left side. A spokesman for the club also said the team has chang- ed its travel plans to New Brunswick this weekend. The team will leave Friday instead of Thursday in order to gain another fu'l day of practice at the Wallace Civic Centre here The Bruins play Montreal in Moncton, N.B Friday and again in Montreal at the Forum on Saturday. steadiest rearguards last year, said he wasn't in the condition he wanted to be and was about five pounds over his normal 195-pound playing weight. Ron Caron, who with Claude Ruel handles much of the Canadiens' scouting, said one thing most people forget about the Canadiens is they have only five players over 30--Frank Mahovlich, 35, cap- tain, Henri Richard, 37, Roberts, 33, Lapierriere, 31, and Claude Larose, 31. Richard, who is starting his 19th NHL campaign, skated with his usual ease as he whirled about in the scrim- mage and his greying hair seems to be his only conces- sion to age. The dimunitive centre has said he plans to play game by game this year and see how it develops. He started slowly last year and it was well into regular play before he scored his first goal of the season, but he was a major factor in the Canadiens' Stanley Cup triumph last year. Not bothered at all Aaron stays cool ATLANTA (AP) Henry Aaron resembles the eye of a hurricane. There is a constant swirl of activity around him as the 39 year old Atlanta Braves' star closes in on Babe Ruth's career home run record of 714. But the man himself is so calm you wonder if he realizes that he's about to strike down the most revered record in baseball. Autograph seekers are everywhere. Broadcasters and writers press him for interviews. Photographers are constantly wanting one more shot. The pressure on an ordinary human would appear to be im- possible to withstand. But. Hank Aaron is an extraor- dinary individual. His ac- complishments prove it. FEELS NO PRESSURE He was asked about pressure, especially the kind that might be on" him this winter if he fails to break the mark in the final 10 games this season. "The same kind I'm under right Aaron said. "None He moved another notch nearer Monday night when he smacked 711 off San Diego's Gary Ross in the eighth inning of a 7-0 Atlanta victory. "I still have a he said. "Yep, it enhances my chances. "I'd like to hit 714 this yer, but it doesn't bother he said. "If I can't, I feel next year should do it. I just do the best I can at all times, whether I have 713 home runs or 730 or none. It's a job I have, ray job, and I go out and do it." Aaron's latest home run Blackout ban causes big loss KANSAS CITY (AP) The new federal law providing for local televising of sold-out professional football games resulted in a loss to Kansas City Chiefs Sunday and may be only the tip of the iceberg, the National Football League Chiefs said Tuesday. Jack Steadman, executive vice-president and general manager, said the fans who stayed away from the opener against the Los Angeles Rams here Sunday caused a loss to concessions, in parking fees and in program sales. came before a crowd of only a record low in Atlanta. Among those in attendance, however, was baseball com- missioner Bowie Kuhn, who had announced that Aaron would throw out the first pitch at the 1973 World Series. "I was quite Aaron said of the offer from the commissioner. "Usually opening day belongs to the President or the commissioner himself. It's been a long time since I've been to a World Series. I'll cherish this one." Aaron said he was disap- pointed in Monday night's crowd, held down because of chilly, rainy weather. The rain stopped less than a half hour before game time. "I feel like the who came are entitled to see you play as hard as you Aaron said. "You hit 'em whenever you can, whether there's or at the game." SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) OPTICAL MUSCRimON CO. PAINTS Wallpaper Good quality Fiesta wall- paper that's ready pasted and washable. Shop early for best selection. Great value at this low price! Double rolls only. Reg. 2.98 double roll. .24 double roll 2 SAVE 25% FIESTA PAINTS Full range of finishes! 6.72 Flat Wail Paint For walls culmgs Hundreds ot custom tinted colours Latex or Alkyd Base. Reg. Prices 2.59 qt. 8.97 gal....... now gal 1.94 qt. 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