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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta unsolicited however HCanadallest will Americans CALGARY can students will be allowed to compete in the Canada West Athletic Association "as long as they come says Dennis Kcdalz of tht Univer- sity of Calgary. Formation of the association Oblains Cardenas in trade was announced Tuesday following a three-day meeting last weekend in Vancouver. The association, along with the Great Plains Athletic Conference which was formed earlier, will take over from the Western Canada Association next May. The Great Plains group, Ka-daU said, adopted a ruling which prohibits American athletes from competing in its ath-Iclie system. Charter universities in the Canada West Association Calgary, Aiocna. UL-UI-bridgc, British Columbia and Victoria. In the Great Plains conference are Universities of Saskatoon, Hcgina, Manitoba, Winnipeg, Brandon and the Lakehcad. The separate charters and Dalton cleaning Angels' house SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) General manager Harry Dalton, who constructed a powerhouse in Baltimore, now is cleaning house in California. The former Orioles' front of- fice boss, famed for landing big talent and building champion- ship teams, took only five weeks in his new position with the An- gels before making a deal. Dalton obtained veteran shortstop Leo Cardenas from Minnesota Twins Tuesday for left-handed pitcher Dave La- Roche and added he might not be through shopping. "With the acquisition of Car- denas, that makes Jim Fregosi available to be said Dalton, who says lie would deal ths former American League all-star shortstop for "anyone who can help us." The Cardenas-LaRoche deal was the lone major league trade Tuesday after an explosive opening-day session Monday that involved 13 players in three lightning trades. "I know Cardenas is a good said Minnesota man- ner Bill Rigney, "but I felt we .-.ally had to do something about our relief pitching. "We need someone to get the other side out in the ninth in- ning. And LaRoche just may he the best 1 e f t -h a n d e d relief pitcher in the American League." LaRoche has won nine games in two major league seasons, in- cluding a 5-1 mark last year More sport on page 12 that featured nine saves and a 2.50 earned-run average. The 33-year-old Cardenas has long been one of baseball's pre- mier shortstops who hits with authority. The 12-year veteran, who spent his first nine seasons with Cincinnati Reds, drilled 18 homo runs last season while Minor hockey two Bantam "B" encoun- ters the Rangers edged the Ramblers 3-2 and the Bruins belted the Nuggets 4-1 Tues- day night. Handy Gaetz, Gary Prince and Jeff Ennis tallied solo they paced the hard-earned replied for the markers as Rangers to victory. Rod Ross Eskimos sign Smith to pact EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton Eskimos today con- tinued their regular-season pat tern of wholesale roster changes by signing Mel Smith, named outstanding intercolle- giate football player in Can- ada. Smith, from the University o! Alberta Golden Bears, cham- pions of the Western Canada Intercollegiate Football League, had been No. 1 draft choice of the Eskimos in the Hamblers scoring both the goals. Ken Serbu blasted home three markers pacing the Bruins in their easy victory last night. Mike Goluk added a single marker while Jeff Takoyasu managed the lone Nuggets score. In Bantam "A" action four players featured in tlie scoring as the Marlands dumped the Red Wings 4-1. H. Pocza, P. Wilson, R. Malheson and B. Turner scored a goal apiece for the Marlands while Bruce Twa averted the shutout handling the Wings single goal. Tire Eskimos rammed in three first period goals and cruised to 4-2 win over the Stampeders in Midge play last night. Ron Austring, Don Hoberton, Trevor Kinsey and Paul Kolk batting .264, two points over his lifetime average. Tiie Angels were prodded to deal for a shortstop because of a heel injury that considerably slowed Fregosi. "Fregosi could go to third base said Dalton, "or he could go to first base. "Then, too, I might be able to make a deal for him." The Angels' new GM has ex- pressed an interest in Balti- more's slugging Frank Robin- son, who helped the Orioles win four American League pennants 'and two World Series in Dai- ton's regime. tallied for the Eskimos while Don Miller scored both the 1971 Canadian college draft. cause. Stampeders goals in a losing Broncs tie fe) Dave Madoche scored at tlie mark of the final period and gave tlie host Fort Mac- leod Broncs a hard-fought 3-3 tie with the University of Leth- bridge Pronghorns in exhibi- tion hockey action Tuesday night. The visiting Prcnghnrns lock an early 1-0 first period lead, but watched the Broncs even the score 1-1 after two periods of play last night. Madoche had tallied earlier in the third period for a two- goal performance while C. Gcruk aided with a solo mark- er. Smith, Wayne Bowes and Wayne Lazaruk replied for the Pronghorns. associations 'vcre drawn up he cause of spiralling travel cost and increasing number o schools in the WCIAA, wliicl has operated for 50 years. The WCIAA concept will only remain in football with B.C. Alberta, Calgary, Saskatooi and Manitoba continuing tin far-reaching eight-game schcd tile under a new name. 'The new conferences don" really begin operating unti meetings in said Ka datz, secretary-tresurer of tin Canada West Association and athletic director at Calgary. Both of us will operate independently and hope to bf Q.95 TRAINLOAD PRICE Davenport and Rocker ilors 159-95 Assorted Colors Reg. 229.95 TRAINLOAD PRICE RECLINERS BLACK, BROWN, GREEN, RED No. 199. 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