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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Monday, September 30, 19.4 ANDY CAPP MARRIED ID THIS BLOKE, VOU'VESOTTD KEEP A STIFF UPPER UP- AS A OF FACT, THAT'S ABOUT ALL, YOU CAN KEEP.' Details of death threat to Brock, McBride told CHICAGO (AP) Outfielder Lou Brock of St. Louis Cardinals revealed Sunday the details of a letter received last week threatening his life and that of team-mate Bake McBride. "I've been asked a lot of questions and have avoided answering Brock said at a news conference prior to the baseball game against Chicago Cubs. "I thought a press conference, revealing all the details, would take some of the pres- sure off me." He was sure the threat had affected his play but, "to what extent I don't know." Also attending the news conference was Bing Devine, general manager of the Car- dinals, who described security details which have been taken in St. Louis, Chicago and Montreal, where the Car- dinals wind up the regular season in a three-game series beginning Monday. The letter, dated Sept. 18, had a St. Louis postmark and was received and opened by the Cardinals Sept. 20. It contained numerous racial slurs and obscene language. It said in part: "By beating out the (Pittsburgh) Pirates this year you're costing me a winnings I would have had as the result of a bet at large odds I placed on them to win back in April when they were already counted out even by the odd- smakers. 'This is no idle threat: If I think so I can assure you that neither of you will live past the third, fourth or fifth playoff game whether it be in L.A. or Cincy. "I have only a month or two to live: I have a brain the pain will my doctor advises me increase the last month to the intolerable stage: I do not intend to go through that agony: I had hoped to be able to leave my wife and children that therefore, since you damn Cardinals are taking it away from me, I've decided to take me. I'll have a revolver loaded with six shots and be in the stands close enough to get you both and save the last shot for myself as since suicide is my only way agony is not going to be mine. "I am going to follow you to St. Louis, Chicago, Montreal and L.A. and Cincy if I decide to wait until the end meanwhile you two can sweat it out wondering whether I'm going to make my move in St. wait til til Mon- treal or wait til L.A. or Cin. I'm going to let you sweat it out but I assure you I'm going to kill you both so every time you go out to the outfield you can look anxiously towards the stands for I'll be there and be sure to say goodbye to your family each morning for between now and the next two weeks or so you will have said goodbye for the last time." Devine lauded St. Louis police for the "tremendous and helpful job" and said the FBI has been on the case from the outset. He said the Chicago police have been "ex- tremely helpful" and said he assumes that the same co-operation will be received from law enforcement agencies in Canada. Roundup of short sport OZAKI GOLF WINNER ASOH MACHI, Japan (AP) Masashi Ozaki won the Japan open cham- pionship Sunday by firing a par 73 for a 72-hole total of 279 total, 13-under-par. It was Ozaki's fifth victory of the season. Ozaki earned the 000 first prize and a car. LUECK SIDELINED MILWAUKEE (AP) Bill Lueck, Green Bay Packers' starting left guard, was not in uniform for Sunday's National Football League game against Detroit Lions because of phle- bitis in his right leg. The ail- ment was diagnosed after Lueck complained of swelling. BOROS MOVES UP KANSAS CITY (AP) Kanras City Royals announc- ed Sunday that Steve Boros, manager of their San Jose farm club in the California League, will replace Charley Lau on the Royals' coaching staff next season. Galen Cisco and Harry Dunlop, the two other coaches, will remain on the staff, the Royals said. WINS MILE RACE PARIS (Reuter) Mount Hagen led from start to finish Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association 1974-75 HOCKEY REGISTRATIONS Beginning TUES.. OCT. 1 thru OCT. 7 (ONE WEEK ONLY] NO LATE at the ADAMS ICE CENTRE TUES-WED-THURS-FRI-MON-6 to 9 p.m. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Noon to 6 p.m. BE SURE TO BRING YOUR ALT A. HEALTH CARE NO. Boys must product proof of age (Birth CwtMcate, HMtth Card, Me.) FEES: per player for two for three or more from same family. Sunday to capture the one- mile Prix du Moulin de Longchamp horse race. Mount Hagen, owned by Daniel Wildenstein, won by three lengths over 2enya Yoshida's Northern Taste in a field of 11. Wildenstein's Lianga was third, another two lengths back. The winning purse was about PACKERS GET LEIGH GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Green Bay Packers, seeking more speed in their offensive backfield, Thursday obtained six year National Football League veteran Charlie Leigh on waivers from Miami Dol- phins, Leigh. 29, rushed 22 times for 134 yards as the Dol- phins' fourth running back be- hind Larry Csonka, Jim Kiick and Mercury Morris last year. He also returned nine kickoffs for 251 yards. Lethbridge Boxing Club organizing The Lethbridge Boxing Club will hold an organizational meeting Tuesday night at in the Boxing Room of the Civic Sports Centre. Anyone interested in assisting the club in any capacity is invited to the meeting. The club will start their workouts Thursday night at also in the Boxing Room at the Civic. Those interested in learning to box or concerned with physical fitness are welcome at the club. There are no age limitations. The trainer is Tony Boguski and the president of the club is Lionel Sincennes. Amateur boxing is one of the 16 sports to be featured at the 1975 Jeux Canada Games slated for Southern Alberta Feb. 11-23. The Lethbridge club will be gearing its season with the full intention of being well represented on the Alberta team at the Games. Foreman fit to train KINSHASA, Zaire (AP) Muhammad Ali sparred while champion George Foreman announced Saturday that he would resume full training early next week for their world heavyweight boxing championship scheduled for Oct. 30. It had been thought that Ali, who already was at the peak of condition when an injury to Foreman caused postpone- ment of the fight, would ease off in his program. However, Ali has continued his early morning running and has been working out in the gym. Trainer Angelo Dundee said: "Muhammad knows what he is doing. He does not want to lose the physical edge. I have never seen him so in- tent on winning a fight. He is almost too serious." Foreman will move his en- tire entourage back to his camp at N'Sele, 40 miles away. Monday. The champion's manager, Dick Sadler, said he is satisfied that the cut over Foreman's eye has healed. "The doctor examined it Friday and pronounced it he said. Miller wins eighth NAPA, Calif. (AP) Johnny Miller scored his eighth victory of the season and set a pro golf tour record of in money winnings Sunday with an eight-stroke victory in the Kaiser Inter- national Open. The victory margin match- ed the largest on the tour this year and was nailed down on a final round of 66, six-under- par on Miller's home course, the 6.819yard north layout at the Silverado Country Club, and a 271 total for 72 holes. It enabled him to claim 000 from the total purse of break a Jack Nicklaus record ant! tie another mark held by Arnold Palmer. A little bit of everything in NFL, coach fired, Patriots continue to win ASSOCIATED PRESS New England Patriots and St. Louis Cardinals continued their surprisingly winning ways, the Miami Dolphins had to scramble to hand upstart San Diego Padres a loss and Baltimore Colts handed coach Howard Schnellenberger his walking papers. The Patriots, like the Cards unbeaten in three National Football League games, whip- ped Los Angeles Rams 20-14 behind the passing of Jim Plunkett and the place-kicking of John Smith. Terry Metcalf ran 94 yards with the second-half kickoff and Mel Gray snared a 68-yard touchdown pass in the Cardi- nals' 29-7 victory over Cleve- land Browns. The Dolphins overcame a 21-7 deficit midway through the final quarter with three touchdowns, the last one on Jim Kiick's five-yard run with 15 seconds to play, to down the Chargers 28-21. Schnellenberger was fired by the Colts' president Robert Irsay after Baltimore was beaten 30-10 by Philadelphia Eagles. Joe Thomas, vice- president and general manager, was named by Irsay as Baltimore's head coach. In Sunday's other games, Oakland Raiders beat Pitts- burgh Steelers 17-0, New Or- leans Saints nipped Atlanta Falcons 14-13, Minnesota Vikings edged Chicago Bears 11-7, Buffalo Bills beat New York Jets 16-12, New York Giants turned back Dallas Cowboys 14-6, Green Bay Packers defeated Detroit Lions 21-19, Kansas City Chiefs beat Houston Oilers 17- 7 and Cincinnati Bengals whipped San Francisco '49ers 21-3. The Rams scored the game's first touchdown on Tony Baker's one-yard burst. But the Patriots came right back with Plunkett passing to Darryl Stingley in the end zone for 20 yards and a touchdown. New England moved in front to stay on a 39-yard field goal by Smith early in the se- cond half, he made it 13-7 with a 23-yard field goal late in the third quarter and, at the start of the fourth quarter, Plunkett hit Randy Vataha on a 21-yard scoring pass play. Norm Thompson intercepted a pass and raced 56 yards down the left sideline to score for St. Louis in the se- cond quarter. Metcalf fielded the second- half kickoff at his six-yard line and burst through would-be tacklers for a 14-0 St. Louis lead. A 13-yard scoring pass from Bob Griese to Nat Moore over the middle cut the Miami defi- cit to 21-14 with remaining. The Dolphins tied it 21-21 with remaining when Griese took his squad 58 yards in six plays, Larry Csonka capping the drive with a three-yard plunge. Tom Sullivan scored on runs of 28 and three yards, Joe Lav- ender intercepted a pass and returned it 37 yards for a touchdown and Tom Dempsey kicked field goals of 20, 45 and 42 yards in the Eagles' rout. Oakland did all the scoring in the first half with the help of two long punt returns by Ron Smith and a pass interception by safety George Atkinson. Smith's first punt return, a 47-yard sideline jaunt, gave Oakland a first down at the Pittsburgh 28. Five plays later, quarterback Ken Stabler rolled one yard for a touchdown. Tuesday, October 1st AT KING CHRYSLER DODGE D-Day is Dodge Day. ..the day our '75 models arrive including Chrysler and Imperial and Dodge Trucks. Be sure you join us for the fun and excitement. Here's just some of the news you'll see and hear about! Dodge Royal Monaco Brougham This year there's more luxury than ever before in the great Dodge Monaco full-size line. The Royal Monaco Brougham 2-door pillared hardtop features concealed headlamps and formal opera windows. Charger Special Edition Meet a very special Charger, Charger Special Edition It's like no other Charger before. Very personal. Very luxurious with crushed velour upholstery and shag carpeting. This is one car you've just got to see, you've just got to drive. Come in and see the new 75's Dodge Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and 11 St. S. Lethbridge Phone 328-9271 BE SURE TO READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS TODAY! LOOK FOR YOUR NAME HIDDEN IN THE CLASSIFIED AD SECTION! YOU MAY BE ONE OF THE FIVE LUCKY WINNERS OF A PAIR OF TICKETS TO THE OPENING PERFORMANCE. THURS.. OCT. 10th. OF THE FIVE PAIR OF TICKETS GIVEN AWAY EACH DAY THIS WEEK BE SURE YOU LOOK THROUGH THE CLASSIFIED ADS EVERY DAY! KEOHDB IT PAYS TO READ THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF The Utltbrtdgc Herald ;