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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tliundoy, Soplombor 23, 1971 ANDY CAPP NO "SLEEP AGAIN I'M VOU CONT KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE.' WHAT CAN I CO? WH4TCAN I I IF THIS GOES i I ON; I'LL HAVIN1 A f 'E ALWAYS FEEL'S LIKE THAT WHEN 'E LIES AWAKE ALL NIGHT FOR HALF AN HOUR Fight interupts playing second period Easterners force seventh game Plante feels NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) Peterborough, PCUS forced a seventh and deciding game tonight in the Cana- dian junior lacrosse finals Wednesday with a '.vilrf, 13-11 good at TORONTO (CP) 1 can remember when Jacques Planle moved to wasn't sick." ronto Maple Leafs' goal at happened to my start of the 1970-71 I know it's there. I Hockey League season, feel it. But it doesn't wondered how the veteran me. ted into the club's year ago ran-, I was in youth with it. Nnw I feel But no one could about the way he I couldn't stand a goals-against average workouts a day, like wp 1.B8 in his 40 games last here. I'd be dragging son, backing the Leafs in in the second one, if I victories, including four make the grade at all. I go through both of And now, at 42 and in like a kid, and T do all ing camp for his 18th conditioning stuff besides of professional hockey, calisthenics, the run- grey haired netminder is everythuig." tounded at how good he feels. "I just can't believe he said. "This is the first ALL SIBBIER The explanation' "This was the first summer inv life TrljeD I trained." Plante. "All summer, Loo. I did physical training exercise.1; upset, day. I ran. And I played tennis four or five times a week and against an Cup who was better than ni FO it was sure to be a good workout every time. NEW VOHK (AP) A idea, see, is that when Cliff Richey has quit the United States Davis Cup squad, criticizing officials for failure to gel older, it gets tougher and tougher to get back into M'ape once yoi.'ve been taking sult with players on the selection of the captain and the playing surface for the 1971 easy. "So I kept working hard rig'..', from the time we fin- lenge up last snring. Now the The action further cripples an American squad already pains never come and I don't get tire4 any ened by loss of Arthur Ashc, Jr., Bob Lutz and Charlie Pasa-rell to LaJIar Hunt's pro "Can you believe it? Maybe, at 42, I'm in the best condition The U.S. is scheduled to meet a tough Romanian team of Elie Nastasc and Ion Tiriac on clay courts in Charlotte, N.C., Oct. my life.'' However, Plante still insists on maintaining the one condition he set when he joined Leafs last that he not Richey, 24, of San Angelo, Te.i., No. 1 in the U.S. rankings and ralcd one of the world's best clay court players, was the individual standout of the U.S. victory over West Germany in Cleveland last two games in 48 hours. That means Plante will likely continue the pattern of last season of playing the Saturday night home games with Berm'e Parent drawing the Sunday away games. After a malrh in the Southivcsl tournament at Angeles, Richey announced he was quitting the team. His sons, he said Wednesday, partly personal and partly to dissatisfaction with actions two the U.S. Lawn Tennis tion. "1 don't believe in the USLTA philosophy in choosing that the hot-tempered Texan said. "It disturbs me that the USLTA has compromised winning one reason or (CP) Flic Flon Bombers defeated W i nnipeg Jets 6-4 Wednesday in a penalty-riddled Western Canada Hockey League exhibition game before spectators. Tire game was marred by "It has always been part penalties, 23 to Flin Flon, the Cup strategy for the included 13 penalties ref- nation to pick a surface to Bud Ulrich of Winnipeg as- advantage and not give the following a bench-clear- vantage to the oilier incident at of the He complained that period. USLTA did not consult Flon received two-goal on this matter or on the from Dave Shard- tion of selecting the team Rod Loynahan and Elaine tain. The current U.S. captain as they skated to Ed Tiirvillc of Si. of 2-1 after Ihe first per- Fla., an and 5-3 after the second. 5 JT5 BOWL Ir A _J COFFEE vL V H T l_Jv. j T Smils 772; Hnlon Weels 357' Hleberr 309 Wllda Howclls Mary McAuIcy 2J9; Jean Arm- 263 Mart) Hamilton lil i i Burno'f 254; Vcra Nicholh W DorDlhy Harrison 73P; Belly 7.1.1; Mary Slnllrr 331 MARTINIZ1NG 750; y.nrr iirn 353; Shirlrjy Bluocloff 240 Karen Cnrney 351; Isnbel Rerqmnn 393 Smlin ?5-1 Rnfly Vnn Ganl gl.iro (rom walcr Belly Pfllerson 3.16 you can SHOES Vcrna (HH) Juan ihrm in ynur own 31 j Norm 795 f.cnpnon! Dnvn more PHyl Harrlsnn 737 (6771; San ly morn clcnrly. WMlllnrj 31-1 May Hletierl od m our zinny new Jack Smreri 341 Dar-win Rnmanchuk 388 Frank Tut- tern, squares, ovals 384 Kon Larson ?B3 n c i n q o n s Order LODGE GilirM 7H7; Mnrn flflrnMl 308 7th SI. e Plomp 377; Gnrdfl 3Sfl Ostnr l.udwlfi 7-12; Ann Gel Id 32i; Joyce Mnrstlin 719. FRIENDLY EftGUC Phono Fckfito J.17; Dnnnln Scnhhl or MflcNcll 307; May 77H; Incr Kelly 3-O; Rill Mnry 330; Linrla Kish Pclrr Pclor Sncddcn Fifty names drawn The Lethbridge and Districl Exliibition Board drew names Wednesday, and these people are eligible for the grand prize of in the Southern Alberta Sweepstakes on Saturday. The winner of first prize will l.xs the ticket holder of Ihe win- ning horse in Salurday's fea- ture race at the fall meet here, the Marion Williams Handicap. Fifteen names will be drawn from the original 50 Friday af- ternoon with a final elimination to be made Saturday. The southern Alberta names pulled from the barrel Wednes- day are as follows: R. Sllzer, Leltibridge; G. McNahh, Lellibrldge; Mrs. Lucy Blood. Spring Coulee; Bernice Haynes, Taber; Del- berf Collin, Warner; Jim Nellson, Ma- grath; Charles Jacobs, Pinchei Creek; Angus McKay, Taber; Gudulie Sanchez, lelhhridge. J. P. Culver, Lelhbridge; Fred Gib- son, Forl Macleod; M. Wllchysiskl, Edmonton; Dorothy Jordan, Lelh. bridge; Mrs. H. F Pellelier, Forl Macleod; Bill Palterson, Taber; Mrs. H. Beech, Calgary. A. Knive, Vulcan; D. Reich, Cres- ton; K. Tulninga, Atarv Dalke, Blairmore; Phil Marshalsay, A. Soeagcr, Lethbridge; Paul Layko, Edmonton; A. T. Bogu- skv, Lelhbrldge. Mrs. Linda Frllz. A. slrirV- land, Coleman; Sue and Trudv, Leth- bridge; Shlrtee Beimlcr, cardston; Mr. and Mrs. Zacchlrjna, Lelhbrldge; A. and T. Olsen, Lelhbridge. Mrs. Brian O'Bray, Calgary; Len Koepke, Picture Butfe; Isobel Sellon, Blairmore; Tony Pike, Lelhbridf-e; Dorothy Olsen, Warner; Evelyn T-ih- rlller. Barons; Eric Russeff, Lelh- bridge; E Horn. Lelhhndge; C. S. McAskile, Vulcan; A. H. Patterson, Calgary. victory over Richmond, Road- runners. A total of. 130 minutes in pen- alties handed out in a game that had to be called briefly in the second period af- ter a lengthy fight between Ron Ryan of Peterborough aid Gord Osinchuk of Richmond. The deciding game will he held tonight. The west has not won the Minot Cup since 1962. Jan MaGce and John Grant each scored three goals and added two assists to pace the Peterborough victors. Bob Was- son scored twice while other Peterborough goals came from Tom Parnell, Len Powers, Jim H'asson, Jim Johnston anil Ryan. Walt Weaver, a pickup from New Westminster, scored three goals for the Richmond squad. Gerry Pinder scored twice. Other Richmond goals were scored by Tom Pcmvay Bob Holmes, Brian Tasker, Bob Taskcr, Dave Taslccr and Gary Gregani. Peterborough stormed to a 5- 2 first-period lead and led 10-4 going into the final 20 minutes. However, Richmond finally got on track with seven goa'ls in the third period. Richmond coach Ron Philips was unhappy with all the pen- alties his team look but admit- ted "I guess we earned them." Peterborough outshot Rich- mond 4944. Kapp involved in dispute as part owner of hotel VANCOUVER (CP) Quar- terback Joe Kapp, whose con- tract battle with the national football league is keeping him out of football, is involved in a fresh contract dispute, this time in his capacity as .part owner of a Vancouver hotel. The former signal caller for New England Patriots and Min- nesota Vikings of the NFL and British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League, was accused Tuesday of blocking efforts by the bartenders union to obtain a union contract at the recently-opened Wall and Redekop Hotel. The footballer is part owner of the hotel and supervisor of the liquor lounge on the premises. Union President Jim Morri- son said Tuesday that tile ho- tel is "using scare tactics to discourage employees of the lounge from joining the bar- tenders union. He said Wall and Rcdckop employees re- ceive an hour compared with the union rate of J3.05 for waiters and for bartend- No support for theory NEW YORK (AP) Two psychologists tested 15.000 athletes, worked with 27 pro- fessional and hundreds of high school and college teams, and found nothing to support the idea that sport builds charac- ter. The eighf-ycar study is re- ported in the October issue of Psychology Today by Dr. Bruce C. Ogilvie, director of the counselling centre and psychology professor at San Jose Stale College in Califor- nia, and Dr. Thomas A. Tutko, psychology professor at San Jose. They conclude: "Athletic competition has no more beneficial effects than intense endeavor in any other field. Horatio Alger suc- sport or elsewhere comes only to those who al- ready are mentally fit, resi- lient and strong." STORES EVEN AT you get our NO-GIMMICK GUARANTEE! Our guarantee is different. It prolecls you. Nol us. There's no time limit. No mileage limit. 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