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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta King Safety? Jackie Stewart world racing champion appears to have a crown on his head as he talks to a Toronto gathering Stewart is m Canada for a series of talks on safety while at the wheel Kings want Bernier LOS ANGELES (AP) A motion to prevent Serge Ber nier from playing for any hockey team except Los Angeles Kings has been taken under advisement in United States District Court officials said Friday Bowling EAGLES LODGE Jack Fuller 227 Gary Ward 240 Ev Groves 239 Norm Miller 249 Larry Veres 253 Mane Barrett 211 Cyril Barnett 264 Joyce Marsden 300 Andy Krajewsk 236 Ron Bota 273 ONE HOUR (MARTINIZING) Carolyn Wilde 232 Isabelle Bergman 246 (657) Jean Passey 264 (696) Mary Thompson 230 Kay Castles 294 Sigr d Donkm 245 Diane Meszards 230 Mary Mihalik 240 (684) Evelvn More 237 May Hiebert 242 Judge A L Stephens heard arguments this week from lawyers representing the Kings of the National Hockey League and the World Hockey Association whose Quebec Les Nordiques franchise Ber- nier joined last June The Kings filed suit seeking million damages and claim- ing Bernier still belonged to them because of the reserve clause in his contract Don Regan WHA counsel, said the judge has yet to rule on his motion to transfer the case to Philadelphia for con solidation with other such cases Stephens has set no date for further proceedings Regan said STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION Monday, Oct. 1 p.m. DOUBLE MAIN EVENT N.A. TITLE BOUT: GIL HAYES vs OMAR ATLAS Plus DAN KROFFAT vs BENNY RAMIREZ 6 Big Bouts, 14 TV Wrestlers, Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV Payne knows McGowan is a tough receiver Saturday, September LETHBRIOGE HERALD-21 THE CANADIAN PRESS Saskatchewan Roughndert> have been saluted for improv- ing the defensive backfield once considered their only weakness but flanker George McGowan of Edmonton Eskimos hasn t been con vinced In a Western Football Conference game In Ed- monton Sept 3 McGowan caught 15 passes to tie a Cana dian Football League record He gets another chance Sun- day in a game that should do much to settle first place Saskatchewan coach John Payne respects McGowan s abilitv to spark the Eskimos in their bid to overtake the Roughies who lead by two points If we win we 11 have a fourpomt lead and Edmonton will have to get some help from some other team savs Payne who plays Edmonton dgdin on the final weekend of the season "This is a big a Riders watch for Evenson MONTREAL oi the more effective running backs this season for Ottawa Rough Riders has been Jim Evenson acquired during the off season in a trade with Brit- ish Columbia Lions When the Rough Riders play host to MontrSal Alouettes Jus Sunday afternoon at Lan- sdowne Park one of the more interesting matchups could be between Evenson and Als middle linebacker Wally Buono We don t go out with the idea of keying anyone in par ticular but I would have to think that Evenson's going to be mj mam responsibility, Buono said as the Alouettes prepared for the Eastern Football clash which will be seen OP the full CTV network starting at 2 00 p m EOT You can bet before the game starts that Evenson is going to get the ball anywhere from 15 to 20 times He s got good acceleration for a big man and h s usually in full flight when I get to him If I line him up right and get good leverage I ve got the edge and he 11 go down If I don t andhe hits me at a slant he s gone Thus tar this vear Evenson has carried 136 times aver aging 4 4 vards a carry Up until now Ottawa has been mostly a one-back club When Rick Cassata s at quar terback he carries the ball a lot Now that they ve got Art Green that balance may even out a little more I can t count on that so I ve got eyes tor Evenson only Buono a native of Montreal was a graduate of Idaho State He was voted that team s most valuable player in his final vear Last week Buono enjoyed his finest day in a Montreal uniform as he intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble as well as participating in several hits as the Alouettes dropped Toronto Argonauts 19-10 Montreal coach Marv Levy has been pleased with the way Buno performed against the Argos and thus he will be there for Sunday s game Lev> said he plans no lineup changes for the clash which means that veteran quarter back George Mira will start Mira was on the sidelines with broken ribs when the two PREVENT FREEZE-UP PREBCt We will Winterize your Recreation Vehicle's Water System for only 19 IS 600-4th Ave. North (West of the Gas Company) PHONE: 328-4421 COALDALE DISTRICT ARENA ICE TIME Rental Requests Individuals and organizations wishing to rent ice-time at the new Coaldale Arena please print m the information requested below and mail or deliver to the South Oldman River Recreation Office Box 869 Coaldale BEFORE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11th For further details phone 345-3746, Coaldale 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday NAME MAILING ADDRESS DETAILS OF USE PHONE (HocKey League Skating etc Number of People m Rental Group Date or Dates Required Alternate Choice Times Required Alternate Time Choice teams met here earlier this game won 30 3 by Ottawa One thing the Alouettes have been working on this week is their pass defence and blocking against pass rushes We are very concerned about Ottawa s fine Rhome Nixon and Hugh we ve spent some time on our pass defence Ottawa s done such a fine job rushing the passer this We put in overtime on pass protection working on picking up their blitzes and things of that nature Puck test flops Chicago Cougars expert ment to put Milwaukee on the major league hockey map has been a big bust The World Hockey Associ ation Cougars played their fourth exhibition game in the 10 000 seat Milwaukee Arena and drew only fans Fn day night And the visitors weren t any mote compromising than the Milwaukee fans as Jimmy Johnson scored twice including the go ahead goal in the third period that lifted Minnesota Fighting Saints to a 5 4 exhibition win over the Cougars In the only other WHA contest Friday Edmonton Oilers blasted Vancouver Blazers 5-1 at Edmonton In the National Hockey League Pittsburgh Penguins downed St Louis Blues 4-2 at Flint Mich and Minnesota North Stars and Los Angeles Kings played to a 4 4 tie at Portland Ore Previous turnouts at the Milwaukee arena in Chicago s unpromising test ranged from 3 of them attracted bv Winnipeg Jets Bobby Hull-to 589 Rusty Patenaude Ron Chmie Val Fonteyne Ken Baird and Roger Cote shared the Oilers goals at Edmonton Serge Beaudom tallied for the Al McDonough set up a first period Pittsburgh goal then broke a 1-1 score in the second period with the first of his two scores that eased the Penguins past St Louis Apps and Berme Lukowich scored the other Pittsburgh goals Chris Evans and Garv Sabounn replying for the Blues The North Stars had a power play going the final two minutes of the game but were unable to break the deadlock after Kings Vic Venaski had tied the score in the third period Veteran Dennis Hextall assisted on three of the Minnesota goals game tor us as it is for Ed monton II vou want to pick one individual and say he s the you re talking about McGowan Pavne conceded he has no set program to stop McGowan but know have to do something Another concern for the Roughnders will be to stop Roy Bell nimble Edmonton halfback who leads the WFC in lushing Bell is reported nursing a slight leg injurv Each tlub added a in preparation for the contest one of thiee in the West this weekend The Eskimos restored Cana- dian linebacker Dave Herbert and Pavne is taking another look at quarterback Mike Junck who twice has had trials complicated by injuries Toronto Argonauts meet British Columbia Lions tonight at Vancouver on the CBC national network Hamilton Tiger-Cats meet Stampeders at Calgary Sundav in an inter locking game on the CTV western network Almost overlooked in con sidenng the battle of WFC frontrunners is the fact that Calgary could move into a tie for second place if the Eskimos lost The like Hamilton have been incon sistent but coach Jim Duncan says he is fed up with criticism of the Calgarv runn- ing game Sure Larry Robinson s boot has provided most of the points in our last three wins says Duncan but vou have to get the ball in range If you throw the ball everyone wants you to run it and if you run it they re after vou to throw it What does it matter so long as win9 RESPECTS OPPOSITION Duncan expresses respect for Hamilton quarterback Chuck fullback HopKins end Tom Gabriel and all purpose standout He also he wants Ham ilton beat Winnipeg Blue Bombers Wednesday in the se- cond half of their annual western swing Winnipeg is improving fast and still could be a threat in the West although now tied with B C in the WFC cellar said Duncan The Lions get a break tonight because Joe Theismann brilliant Argo quarterback is recovering from flu But he will start Argo coach John Rauch says B C is better than its record of three wins and seven losses Rauch is expected to use new imports Ron North from Chicago Bears and Bracy Bonham from Pittsburgh Steelers They replace offen- sive guard Charlie Bray and nrddle linebacker Tom Surlas released recenth With Surlas gone veteran Mike Blum likely will start as middle linebacker V eeaave TWIN FINB YOU COME (SACK V 8E Given second chance Tiant most happy Alston rehired SAN DIEGO (AP) Walter Alston was rehired Friday to manage Los Angeles Dodgers for 21st one year contract as field leader of the National League baseball club Although details of the pact were not announced it was estimated that Alston receiv ed a pay boost to about after his young club finished second in the National League West Alston complete his 20th season as the Dodger manager tonight at San Diego His 1973 staff also was rehired for next Red Adams, Monty Basgall Jim Gilliam and Tommy Lasorda MINI MARKET Across from St. Michael's Hospital OPEN 11A.M. TO 1! P.M. We carry a full line of Schweppes Mixes and Confectionery Goods Luis Tiant stvhsh Boston Red Sox right-hander became the llth 20 game winner in the American League this a major league stifling Milwaukee Brewers 11-2 night The Red Sox also took the second game of the twi night doubleheader 5-3 I will be thankful said the cigar chomping Tiant alter posting the second 20 vie ton season of his career The Red Sox gave me a chance to come back Elsewhere in the American League Texas Rangers nipped Kansas Rovals 5 4 York Yankees beat Detroit Tigers 41 Cleveland Indians took the first game from Baltimore 6-4 then got mauled the Orioles 18 4 Minnesota Twins topped California Angels 7 1 and Oakland A s downed Chicago Sox 4 1 With both division titles locked in the East and Oakland in the the weekend action rounds out the reguldr season Detroit ib in New York to- while Milwaukee visits Boston Oakland entertains Chicago Cleveland is at Baltimore for a doubleheader, Kansas visits Texas and Minnesota is at California s closing action has Chicago at Oakland Minnesota at California Detroit at New Yoik Milwaukee in Boston and Kan vis City at Texas Boston s doubleheader sweep assured the Red Sox of a second sti aight second place finish m the East Tiant stopped the Brewers on five hits The Red Sox made it easy for him scoring four runs in the first on Carl fifth career grand slam Dwight Evans three run homei in the second game did the most damage to Milwaukee Tommv Harper swiped his 53rd base of the season in the fourth breaking Trib Speaker s old team record set in 1912 Harper successful in 53 of 67 attempts is now tied with Oakland s Bill North for the American League lead CLOUT ENDS DROUGHT Baltimore s Frank Baker belted a grand slam homer highlighting a six run eighth for the first homer of his career His homer drought had lasted 254 at bats The lean shortstop added two more RBI while his team mates accounted for the other 12 in an 18 4 romh over the In- dians In the opener Walt Williams broke a seventh inning tie with his eighth homer and Cleveland went on to beat Jim Palmer 229 There 11 be no more night games at Yankee Stadium for awhile Unlike Phil Wnglev who won t let his> Chicago Cubs in the dark bv refusing to put up lights in their ballpark Stadium is just going down for repairs i e off to Shea Stadium home of the Mets for the next couple of years Mel Stottlemyre made the last night game a pleasant one bv hurling a four hitter for 4-1 victorv over the Tigers Rich Billings slammed a tworun homer in the eighth inning that capped a three run ralh and gave the Texas YANKS GET SIMS NEW YORK (AP) New ork Yankees purchased utih man Duke Sims from Detroit Tigers in a waiver transaction the American League baseball club announc- ed Mondax Sims who has caught plaved first base and the outfield was hitting 243 in 80 games for the Tigers with eight home runs and 30 runs batted in Rangers a victory over Kan sas Dan Fife hurled a five hitter for the first complete game of his major league career in pitching Minnesota past California Sal Bando drove in two runs with a pdir of doubles ledding the A s over Chicago ALBERTA JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE LETHBRIDGE LONGHORNS HOCKEY SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT College Mall Booth AFTERNOONS Or Phone 328-7522 for Information By GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD Did you know that you could have bought a National Football League franchise for S50 In 1922 several NFL teams vere purchased for S50 and m 1925 a man bought the Detroit Lions for S50 One of the most amazing records in sports is that Wilt Chamber- lain has played In over games In the National Basket- ball Association and has NEVER fouled out of a game That seems hard to believe, but it's a fact that Wilt has never fouled out in any game In any of his 14 seasons In pro basket balll Did you know that a touchdown m football was not always worth six points7 Back at the turn of the century a TD counted for onlv five Touchdowns weren t worth six points till 1912 FABULOUS WEEKEND Share with us a great Thanksgiving Weekend at Anglemont Estates on beautiful Shuswap Lake Anglemont Estates consists of a nine hole golf course, air strip, marina lodge, ski area, guest ranch and motel 3 days at our lovely motel all meals and refreshment ONLY '40 PER COUPLE For reservations call Bob Preston El Rancho Motor Hole! 327-5701 I bet you didn't know mixing of types of tires can be very dan- gerous Radials, bias belted and bias ply tires all have differ- ent handling characteristics Therefore, a mixture of types on a car will give poor steering response and bad handling Ask us to make a recommends lion for you as we have quality Uniroyal Tires for every motor- ing requirement and can assure you of the ultimate in peform snce and satisfaction See us first thir.g Monday! 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