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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IFTIIBRIDCE HERAID Sclurduy, Augmt 12, 1972 WORLD HOCKEY FILES SUIT AGAINST NATIONAL HOCKEY Gary L Davidson, president of tlie World Hockey Association sale! loday in Boston that he is prepared to file a million antl-trusi suit against the Notional Hockey League (NHL) in which hs will ask a federcl court lo declorB the NHL's reserve clause immoral, illegal and un- enforceable. (Ap Wirepllolo) Files million suit, WHA means business BOSTON (AP) The fledgl- ing World Hockey Association. determined to keep stars it lured from the National Hockey League for whopping payoffs, announced Friday it plans to file a anti-trust suit against the NHL. President Gary L. Da- vidson said he is prepared to file the suit asking a federal court to declare the NHL's re- serve clause immoral, Illegal unenforceable. Davidson told a news confer- erce the suit will seek damages of million for each of Ihe WHA's 12 teams and punitive damages totalling million. He did not say when and where the suit will be filed. Davidson said the WHA was forced to act because of a suit filed In a Massachusetts court by Boston Bruins of the MIL. Tlie Bruins contend that two ou'rkoml KLMM'ls scene In TjClhbritljjt1 and soulhcrii Alhertfi looks moro like a holiday week- oixl wlKil with Icnms, hist hall tounii] mmls, .stuck cars, ntnl the r.iat'l of ;i tiock- sdiool. Action got under M'liy this morning in the Ten- nis Club's tourney. Ac- cording to Hub president, Mnrv Kirchnor there are tennis players in Ilic two- clay event. tlio opening of tlie new courts at Henderson Lake all 10 courts will be used for tJic event which wraps up Sunday afternoon. 'Wnlerlon Lakes golf club is tiio host of UK> nmmal men's ami women's Innrney. Play opened i'Yiday anil will cini Sunday with the iianiinR of Ihc ehampions o( the Ihrcediiy classic. Hero In Ix'lhlmclgc Ilic Lakers, of Iho Alhcrta Major liaschall will try anil put the locks on the fourth ami final playoff herlh in the league. Lakers are in a halllc with Red Deer Elks for the fourth spot and [rail the Klks hy a The locals nin.sL win the two parties this weekend or it is into mothballs for the equip- ment and Hie end of the cluh's first year of adivilic.s. Conlra- iiry lo earlier reports Ihe J.ak- ers lire not at home for two Barnes. They play at Hender- son 1'ark tonight nl oiglil and then travel to Red Deer Sun- day. Tho Miners' l.ihrary fastball club will entorlain Calvary Power Chiefs mid Great Falls in a three-team, round robin lonrncy commencing tliis after- noon at four. Second game to- day is scl for Games open Sunday at one with the tourney winner receiving the Kobal Grocery trophy. Miners and Power Chiefs will use Ihe weekend panics as a tune-up for the Allrerla senior A playoffs which will IK! field in Kdmonton Aug. 19 and 20. In Coaldalo MWJ Ventura Hotel fasthall team will host a six-team tournament Sunday with the first set to at in the morning. The championship and consola- tion finals will he played at five o'clock. Teams entered In the. event include Ihe host Ventura's, cr Royals, Vauxhull Sonics, Rlairmorc, Hrooks and Picture. Sunday evening at Kxhihition Speedway the Southern Alhcrta Auto Racers have another show planned with a new (wist. A lolal of '10 motorcycles will part In proceedings Sunday. Time trials are at five with racing a (seven. The slockers will race on Urn quarter-mile oval track while tlie hikes will race on the half- mile dirt (rack. A number o( C's, H's and Claimcrs will race Sunday along with the bikes. Tlie Windy City Hockey School, under the direction of Slan Maxwell kicks off Sunday with instructors Kddio Joyal, Carlin, Kddic Dyck, Wayne Muloin, Koss Lonsbcrry ami Darrcll Knihhs. It Is hoped Jim N'eilson of the New York Rangers will also on hand. Brilliant 21-point comeback kimos stun Kdmonlon (CD Clinch .Terry Williams threw a bottle into a corner of the (Jre.s.sing- rooni of the Hamilton Tigcr- Cal.s, bewildered victims of Tin unbelievable Edmontorv Es- kimos comeback. A 20-point lEamilLon lead had been shattered in a penally- s twirled fourth-quarter in which Edmonton rallied for ;i 30-27 victory in a rain-drenched Ca- nadian Football Ixiuguc inter- locking game Friday night. "If I say what I tliink of Uio officiating, I'll got Wil- liams nairf in reference to two pass interference calls which kept alive a drive that pro- ducer! (he Eskimos' winning touchdown with 31 seconds IcEt lo piny. Williams wasn't the only one displeased vnlh (he officials. One Ticat pursued the official along the sidelines at the final gun huf. refrained from physical violence. The Eskimo comeback wai sparked by quarterback Bruce whose touchdown In the first quarter had given Edmonton a short-lived lead. WAS ALMOST HKPLACBD Lemmerman didn't, fare too well during the next 35 minutes and Edmonton coach Ray Jauch even thought about repla- cing him. Tint, he decided against it because "some guys were just dropping passes." Lemmerman later threw touchdown passes to G eorge McGowan and Bobljy Taylor and scorer! the winning points himself on a three-yard ran. Dave Culler kicked four con- verts, and the Eskimos got two points on tlie final play of the third quarter when Hamilton's Fan Sunter dropped back to punt, hobbled the snap and was downed in the end zone for safety by Edmonton's Dave Walker. Bad snaps on punts created problems in the second half for the Tiger-Cats, leading to couple of short that left Edmonton in good field posi- tion. "We'll have to put someone on the team just lor Williams said. Tlie Hamilton coach wajs happy wih Chuck Ealcy, his sera mbl i ng quarterback who I brew three touchrjov.n passes and ran for another as I tie Ti- raU built, up a 27-7 'end during the first half. Ealcy threw louchdown pTi.sses to Dave Buchanan, Gar- Henley and Tommy-Joe Coffoy in the second quarter. Sunter, Hamilton's Jfl-ycar- ohl place-kicking specialist, kicked three converts but hit the crossbar on a third-quarter field Iry. The Kskimrjs' second victory in as many starls pu.shcd (hem EDMONTON (TAMILton it A FOW r RE-ROOF NOW... Before Leaks Develop Make Simpsons-Sears Your Headquarters for Dependable. Protective. Beautiful Roofing Coiri'i Jn lo Your Ncnro.1 .SiqipsonvSc.-m Store nr I'lionc into place Ju Ilic Wo.slorn Conference, their season opening effort since Hamilton missed a cliancc In grab a share n[ first place with OUavra Rough Riders In [fie Da.slern Conference Coffey's touchdown catch was one of two passes he caught as he moved closer to the profes- sional football career record of KH Cfity blushed hy Raymond Berry in (lie National Football League, Coffcy now has cuughl (ISO and needs just .13 yards Eo Income the first player in the CFI, to Kain yards on pass catches. West ern Conference action resumes Monday with British Columbia Lions In Calgary against the Stampeders. Nevil leads, Palmer ousted HARRISON, N.Y. Dwighl Ncvil, who polished his game in ofMiity time as a Dal- las fireman, .shot a sevcn-un- dcr-par for tho second-round lead in the Westchcslcr Colt Classic Friday while weary Arnold Palmer missed the cut for the last two rounds. Ncvil, a 27-year-old tour soph- omore who hasn't even come close to winning a major event, had a Hi-hole total of strokes under par on the C.700- yard Westchestcr Country Club course. But even that brilliant ef- fort-matching the best M holes put together on the tour this him only one stroke in front of Jack Nick- lans. The Golden Bear forged a second-round 67 for 132. Race results EDMOFJTOM fCP) Rats i from Horlhlandi Park frfday FJRST W, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Klondike Lure S.M 310 3.00, SMning Cloud (Sladrtyk) A 30 3.W, Going Toll (O. Winemnn) 370 Time; Can ftocky, Klondlkfl Dave Colt-T Jay and Sis- ter QuIIJ also ran. SECOND r Miming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- lonqs. Montfl'i 1330 S 'n Ffyinq E! tit d.V) 4 Ct- tlttivn .1 M Time: l.arfy sl. Grand Cornmrmd And DAILY DOUBLCr MO. 79. THIRD filming, 4 yefir Hi Srumhling Cub (Pheffln) 3 W 2.-IO, Danes All (Kipling) ;o 5.30, Trader- John (CornbiJ 4.W. Time: ?5 Bh-sl Force, rrighf Luslrou! lar, Clue Sfrome alio ran, QUINELLAi FOURTH Palmer, the defending title- holder in this rich event that of- fers o first prize, shot another 73 and failed to qualify for the final two rounds with a Hfi. It was only the second time this season he had missed the exit. "I'm just Palmer said. i.s the sixth tourna- ment In a row (hat I've played and T haven't tfrine that long without a break in .several I'LAYKR AT South African Gary Player, winner of the PGA national championship a week ago, had another par 72 for 144, just making it under the wire for the Einal two rounds, British Open champion Lee Trcvino is not competing, Australian veteran Bruce Devlin and 22-year-old Jim Si- mons, a pro for only a month, were next at 13H, nine under par but four strokes back. Si- mons had a fifi and Devlin took a 68. Wayne Yalc-s, a former tour regular anrl now a club pro in Atlanta, and rookie Steve Mcl- nyk, a former British and American amateur champion, followed at Yates had a 69 and Melnyk a 71. DcwiLt Weaver, Ihe first- round lea der, sli pped nine strokes from his opening and was alone at 137. Ncvil, winner of only in two years on (he tour, had lo qualify Monday to make it into tho field. Ncvil nrpdnH only 25 putl.s in his round and didn't havn a KW- N'ickbus, holder of (ho Ma.s- ler.s and U.S. Open tillos anrl the loading money winner in the game (his season, made consecutive pulls of 35 and 25 feet comJng home but didn't have an outstanding pulling round. ri'.h Knflvo ,l.Vi t SO, flrripignw Bulch 10 .M. FIFTH 4 ye Call i i '1 171 J.irj, ieldM ttWtr Fki (Klpirno) 3 ;o, Time: Big LINIo Bull. ReverM Current, EXACTOR: IJ7.M. 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