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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 17, 1975, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg Frk Fuess wednesday septet meter curtain comes Down at Bison Bison drag Vays dropped the curtain on another sea son this past weekend and it was a show worthy of an encore. Four super fuel funnies competed in a round Robin eliminator. The first pairings had Charlie proite s Charger motor away from Frank Oglesby s Mustang. P r o i t e went 6.s7 seconds at 207.37 m.p.h., while Oglesby Hurt ing for traction turned 8.95 153.54. De o Brien s Corvette a Blower Beni. So Ira hoi lease hit an s-49-150 on the single. In the second round. Proite managed to stay ahead of o Brien 6.74-211.76 to 6.83 197.36. As o Brien s car exploded an engine and destroyed itself at the finish line. O Brien was unhurt but forced from Competition. Hollensbe ran 7.21-180.36 to Dis Patch Oglesby s 9.65-86.70, As Oglesby tossed a Belt. In the final Oglesby was unable to was sidelined when he threw fire so proite singled with a if you like a lot of chocolate on your biscuits club and Hollensbe ran 7.61-185.93. J Ake Klassen in Wally Dyck s a dragster proved unbeatable i n Competition eliminator walking off with the eliminator and a come from behind Points Crown. Klassen and Dyck trailed Brian Wheatley going into sunday s action. Qualified in the no. 1 spot while Klassen and Dyck were fifth. They met in the first round with Klassen and Dyck advancing. Klassen and Dyck ran against Gary Homiski in the final. The win coupled with Wheatley s Early loss set up a sudden death final. In that one Klassen went 8.04-172.41 to beat Wheatley s 11.76 114.94 in his Ftp Chevy. Ken Giesbrecht went All the Way in modified with his a so Mustang running 11.95-116.73 when Rick Frie sen s a dragster failed to fire. The Points title went to Gord Forman in a a altered 28 Model a with Friesen edging Greg Feal by 25 Points for the runner up spot. Jim Haddad added another win to his 1975 season when he beat Reg Wood in super Stock l Haddad went 11.57 117.95 in his ss-1 Nova Over Wood s relight 12.25 in a is a 65 Chevelle. Haddad clinched the Points championship with Wood who partners with leu Bod Narchuk finishing second. Tony Germano was the us Penstock i Winner with and Letke Iuan from Altona second Germano in a is a Chevelle missed three meets with a blown engine but still won the Over All title. Welbers in a is a 68 roadrunner was runner up. Rene Saul Fer again through All Comers to pick off Stock eliminator with a Best of 14.90 in his a a Chevy Wagon. He took the Points title ahead of Gretna s Hugh Giesbrecht in a k a 74 challenger. Wilf Back won the bikes on a Honda 450. Gary Heck was Over All bracket Winner running close to his 14.55 dial in All Day. Runner up and bracket i Winner was Rick Gill. The season s Crown went to Beau sejour s Bob Novakowski in a 67 Plymouth gtd. Heck and Gord Petluk Are dead Are do turned to separate Are determined to separate them. Nomads nationals unbeaten no wonder so Many people say Jacob s club is the More chocolate a chocolate biscuit he look at All that chocolate in five delicious flavours with milk chocolate one with dark chocolate. At these Fine food stores a. Mil k him i Lissim i a my k it i club Dominion lob Laws Safeway and other Fine food stores. Hor Olau j k w a Jacob Jacob s in biscuits soccer scores London up results of old country soccer games played tues Day Anglo scottish cup Quarter finals first leg Fulham 3 hearts 2 Middlesborough 2 Aberdeen 0 English league cup second round replay Wolverhampton 3 Swindon 2 winners away to Birmingham ally in third round. Division my Walsall 1 Crystal p 1 scottish league division ii Meadowbank 2 Berwick 6 uefa cup first round first leg pack Salonika Greece 1 Barce Lona Spain 0 Glen Toran Northern Ireland 1 Holland 6 Duisburg West Germany 3 Para Limni famagusta Cyprus 2 Grasshoppers Zurich Switz. 3 san Sebastian Spain 3 cup winners cup Eintracht Frankfurt West Ger Many 5 Coleraine n. Ireland 1 valor Iceland 0 celtic Scotland 2 whatever else May change with the passage of time excellence remains the unalterable goal of Hyde Park crafts Manship. Contemporary but fashioned in the timeless materials which no Man has excelled pure Virgin Wool. Hyde Park clothes a Doss by Ted pure Virgin Wool available at outfitting company Dayton the big n tall shop in the greater Winnipeg Bantam football league two teams remain undefeated after three starts North Winnipeg nomads and trans Cona nationals. No mails Defeated River Heights Cardi nals 33-0 and the nationals Defeated St. Boniface warriors 50-12, last weekend. Nomads1 punishing defence has Given up Only 14 Points in three games two of which were shutouts. Meanwhile the nationals offence has put 91 Points on the score Board in its first three starts. In other weekend action St. Vital Mustangs trounced fort Garry Lions 33-6 Char 1 e s w o o d chargers got by West Kildonan reel devils 8 6 and East Side eagles downed fort Rouge packers 30-7. All teams resume action thursday at . East Side is at St. Boniface fort Rouge meets Charleswood fort Garry is at Home against River Heights North Winnipeg visits West Kil Donan St. Vital is at Home to Transcona. Bob Harrison has been appointed men s varsity volleyball coach at the University of Winnipeg it was bounced tuesday. Bob played High school volleyball at Miles Mac Donell collegiate and University volleyball at Manitoba and win n i p e g he was a member of the Mani Toba team at the Canada Winter games and the Western Canada games. This is his first attempt at coaching in the University level. Sisler a country results the physical education leadership class with Renee Danchuk As meet director ran off its first invitational Cross country meet of the season monday. More than 200 runners competed in the senior High Beys and girls open event As Well As Junior High Junior boys and girls and Junior High senior boys and girls events. Following Are results Junior High boys Junior 1. Sisler 37 1 Elmwood 53 3. St. Johns 53. Top Thrett 1. Michat Hart Elm Rod 2. Daryl Flet St. Johns 3. Larry Mcartney Elm Wood. Girls Junior 1. Sisler 20 2. An Drew Mynarski 47 3. St. Johns 82. Top runners 1. Tint Johnson Sisler 2. Janis lome Sisler 3. Joanne Johnson Sisler. Senior boys 1. St. Johns 37 2. Sisler 45 3. Elmwood 147. Top three runners 1. Tanner Elmwood 2. Byron Silt Sisler 3. Steve Kroeker St. John s. Senior girls 1. St. Johns 31 2. Sisler 33 3. Andrew Mynarsky 131. Top three runners 1. Bonita Pletcher Sisler 2. Bernice Mcgilb Ney St. Johns 3. To Tylnn Bach Sisler. Senior High boys open Sisler 27 2. River East 36 3. Elmwood 122. Top three runners 1. De Bach Sisler 2. John Dyck River East 3. Sieve Haleck Elsler. Girls open 1. River East 19 2. Elmwood 111 3. Sisler 150. Top three runners 1. Laurie Mackenzie River East tanks Rye Bol. River East 3. Tammy Bette River East. Bulletin Board standings w l t f a p Transcona 3 0 0 91 41 .3 0 0 80 14 easts de .2 1 07449 Charleswood 2 1 0 32 so St. Boniface .2 1 0.45 77 St. Vital .1 1 1 51 25 fort Garry .1 2 0 22 53 River Heights .0 2 1 25 5b West Kildonan .0 3 0 47 65 fort Rouge .0 3 0 18 45 6 6 4 4 a 3 2 1 0 0 last Call for Sid Pat rollers a final Call has been issued for persons interested in working with the ski patrols at Manitoba ski resorts this Winter. Final registrations and the Start of a 10-week session of first Aid classes will be held next tuesday at 7 . Al the greater Winnipeg Gas co. Building on notre Dame Avenue the classes will continue each tuesday into no vember. Jim Drummond president of the red River zone of the Canadian ski patrol system reported about 40 returning Pat rollers and 15 newcomers had registered and the zone will require an additional 15 to 20 new Pat rollers for the season. Skiers 16 years of age and Over Are eligible to join the patrol. They must be Ade quate skiers and have an in Terest in first Aid work. Hockey registrations for boys six years of age and older residing in the Luxton and St. John s Community Centre areas will be accepted sunday from 11 . Until 1 . At St. John s Community Centre 601 Aikins. Boys hockey registration will be held thursday Fri Day and saturday at nor Wood Community club. Registration will be from . Thursday and Friday and from noon until 2 . Saturday. Don Burgess technical director of the Canadian Rugby Union will conduct a series of Rugby coaching clinics and a seminar for coaches and referees. The clinics for Junior High and High school players will be staged at Dakota collegiate Friday starting at . The seminar for referees and coaches will be held at University of Manitoba starting at . The Transcona country club ladies Curling Section has openings for daytime curlers. Babysitting services Are available. Those interested can Contact Norma Rit Chie 222-1419. St. Boniface riels of the Manitoba major Junior hoc key league will open their training Camp sept. 23 at Maginot Arena. The first practice session is slated for ., and players be tween the Ages of 17 and 20 Are eligible to attend. For fencers Engarde the Manitoba fencing association will launch its 1975 76 season thursday with Pic annual general meeting slated for 8 . At the sports administrative Centre Carl ton and Cumberland. The Excalibur fencing club will operate mondays and wednesdays from 7-9 . And will be open to pub Lic and recreational fencing. For further information con tact Jeff Goethals 256-2586 Juan Gomez per alas will be conducting instructional fencing classes at University of Winnipeg. For further in formation Contact Dennis Millan 474-0317. In Brandon. Nicholas haraszthy will conduct classes at the Assiniboine fencing club 131 Franklin. For further information con tact Harasz Triy at 727-4940 bulldozers scrape Way to Victory it took eight games but bulldozers finally managed to scrape up enough offence to record their initial Victory in the Labatt s touch football league. After losing seven games in a Row bulldozers rolled Over West Kildonan chargers 24-14 in weekend action. In other action Rouge River rats moved into third place in the 10-Tcam Lea gue by belting canadians 21-6 the Over the Hill gang Dis posed of the crowns 9-8 and St. Vital sabres nicked com Bines 10-2. Eaton s food Ateria specials All Day thursday limited quantities freshly killed frying chickens eviscerated. Canada Grade a. 3 to 4 Back rib Tail ends for Sweet and sour or barbecuing standings ib.79c 99c 1.39 in. In. Tax do Dacre 7 oth gang 7 River rats s crowns. A canadians 3 its repeaters 3 combines. 3 chargers 2 bulldozers l w l t f a pts 7 0 0 245 46 w 1 0 236 37 u 3 0 131 91 10 3 1 114 102 9 3 2 98 99 5 0 89 15-1 a 0 112 91 5 1 67 185 7 0 53 2-10 pork Butts freshly Cut. Whole or half ground beef freshly minced from fresh and Frozen ids. Food Turla 2m no Dell very 1.19 8 6 6 4 2 2.19 red Rose Orange Pekoe Tea package of 120 Mccain instant potatoes 1 Sqq 2-lb.tin 1.o37 scoring leaders Bryer oth 76 Boughey dodger 67 Markle dodgers 62 Ketcheson 50 Toews dodgers 44 Baker chargers r. 40 shield comines 36 Hill oth 36 Barton err 32 venue decided Minsk . Up the 1977 world Gracco roman wrestling championships will be held at Gothenburg Sweden the International wrestling federa Tion decided tuesday. Also the same year the world freestyle championships will be held at Ismir Turkey and the world Sambo championships in Spain further information Contact Dennis Faulkner 253-4576. Midland flyers a hockey association will hold tryouts for boys born in 1962 at Eric Coy Arena on saturday from 10 . To 12 noon. Further information from Fred a Mitt at 775-1353. Hockey registration will be held at Isaac Brock from to . Thursday and Friday and saturday from 9 . To 5 . For boys Ages five to 18 from the Isaac Brock area. The women s inter club Curling league will hold a meeting oct. 23, 8 . At the wild Wood club. All clubs interested in participating in competitive Curling should be in attendance. Today is the last Day for boys Ages five to 18, hockey registration at Cresce Titwood Community club from 7 to 9 . Girls Wingette registrations will also be held daily from 3 to 9 . To 5 . Saturday. Tryouts for River East a hockey boys born in 1964 will be held sunday at . At the Kimb or Ley Arena. Kildonan sabres intermediate hockey club will open training Camp oct. 20 to 10 . At River East Arena. Enquiries can be made by calling 334-7819. Sturgeon Creek will hold hockey Wingette registrations today and Friday from 7 to 9 . And sunday from 2 to 4 . These will be the Only dates registrations will be accepted. Bronx Park will accept boys hockey and girls Riu g e 11 e registrations Friday from 7 to 9 . And Satur Day from 10 . To 2 . Parents or guardians Are asked to accompany children at time of registration. Boys interested in juvenile hockey May also Contact Wayne Gib son at 667-8912. Norberry will hold hockey registration for boys aged six to 18 thursday and Friday Between 7 and 9 . And saturday from 10 . To 1 , Woodhaven Community club hockey registration for boys aged 5-18 today from 7-9 . And sat urday from noon to 2 . Registration will be held at the club. Seven Oaks Community club will hold hockey and Wingette registration on thursday from 7-9 . Registrations centres Are mar Garet Park Maples West Kildonan and Garden City Community centres. North Kildonan Community club is holding boys hockey registration and girls Rin Blue ribbon Coffee 1-lb. Bag Carnation Coffee mate 18-oz. Car. Gytle registration on Friday from 7-9 . And saturday from noon to 2 . Children must be accompanied by a Parent to Register. 1 of Foo Dittli 379 no thursday Friday and saturday meat buys hams ready to serve skinless Short Shank whole garlic sausage Devon Brand smokehouse fresh in 1.49 wieners Maple Leaf Brand in 1-lb. Pack Ages prime rib steaks Ideal for barbecuing 1.69 beef liver steer select freshly sliced beef sausage Eaton s own Small links freshly made. In in 89c beef Steak ettes in 4-oz. Patties Blade or round shoulder steaks 1 a Canada Grade a fish and chips High liner Brand in 20-oz. Pack 3qc5 head cheese 1 1 q Eaton s own Perch fillets Highl Lnger Brand in my. Pack u of 3yy5 Chicken cutlets a up food Ateria 284 no delivery for a fast meal grocery buys society dog food beef and Chicken beef liver chunks 14 Al. Of. Delta Long Grain Rice 2-lb. Package Delta Fried Rice 12-oz. Package. Clover Crest Honey 1-lb. Package Blue ribbon Tea bags package of 100. Smedley s Steak and kidney pies 15-oz. Tin he sauce 8fl. Of. Nabisco shred Dies 18-oz. Package. Del Monte seasoned Green or Wax Beans 14 Al. Of. Solo soft Margarine 1-lb. Tub Libby s fruit cocktail o 14 Al. Of. For 89c 89c 49c 89c 1.09 49c for for 95c Libby s sliced beets 14 Al. Of. 4 for 1.00 food Ateria 379 no Dell very third floor meats minced beef from fresh and Frozen poro tons Boneless hip beef Canada Grade a Corner Rump roast Canada Grade a fresh legs Lamb whole or butt half. Fresh Lamb in a Basket smoked Gold eyes ibs. In in in 1.69 1.99 1.99 2.49 1.29 1.99 Freezer specials in. Seven Oaks minor midget a hockey club 15-year Olds will hold a practice Friday Al Al the West Kildonan Arena. Hips of beef Canada Grade a. Seven Bone beef ribs Canada Grade a id. Sirloin butt Canada Grade a. La third floor Mwau 281 no phone 1.39 1.39 1.69 shopping Only downtown Only

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