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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1974 CHARTER INFORMATION to Govirnmtnl Now Available For Oitiils Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald- Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE UMl Ttti Slrttl Shopping Mall PhoM 321-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES NHL reserve clause replaced by mutual one-year option New Longhorns Coach Stan takes time out from his usual chores to have a few words with new- from the Laurie Reno of Calgary and Reg Osmond and Terry both of Leth- bridge. All three could see action this evening at eight o'clock when the Pass Red Devils pay Hender- son Lake Ice Centre an Alberta Junior Hockey League visit. More trades are promised as baseball meet continues HOUSTON They're stop Craig Robinson and pitcher after being called up in mid- pitching and wooing at the win- Barry Lersch. ter baseball meetings. In 10 major league play- Locker was dispatched to the Philadelphia Phillies and At- ers were swapped in four trades world champion A's. The right- Scherman was the No. 1 relief lanta Braves scored trig- Monday. After the Phillies and who once pitched in an pitcher in Detroit before To- CT 3 flf f nnm nl f IT- nn 1 11 n I frt 1 t A Tnlin LJi t fttmr- and promised week. will still try to make an- Braves completed their an- Oakland compiled a more this these deals were more impressive record than ielphia Manager Danny Ozark after obtaining pitcher Ron Schueler from Atlanta for short- -Oakland Athletics sent Ho- jther trade or said Phila- racio Pina to Chicago Cubs for Bob Locker in a trade of right- handed relief pitchers. Astros dealt re- liever Jim Ray and utility in- fielder Gary Sutherland to De- _ i troit Tigers for right-handed V pitcher Fred Scherman. White Sox received wll Mexican League right-handers Francisco Barrios and Manuel Lugo from the Jalisco club for _.._ infielder Rudy who g H4.L. moved from Iowa to the Ameri- f can Association to Mexico. Llf Astros traded Cecil Up- B shaw to Cleveland Indians for Jerry Johnson in an exchange of relievers. By LLOYD JOHNSTON Canadian Press Staff Writer Many players have suddenly taken a liking to the National Hockey League's reserve once regarded as an abomination. When a modified version con- taining a one-year option sys- tem was announced Monday by NHL president Clarence Camp- it was instantly rejected by the National Hockey League Players' Association. Alan Eagleson of the association's executive direc- said he had been advised by Ira Millstein of New the NHLPA that the ad- justment in the reserve clause may be illegal under United States anti-trust and he made a vague suggestion of a player strike. Millstein has told us we should take immediate steps to prevent the effect of the own- ers' Eagleson said. will be in touch with all the player representatives today to discuss any possible legal action against the NHL. I will discuss this matter with Mr. Millstein to determine whether strike ac- tion might be considered to sup- port the position of the play- SAYS VALUE REDUCED Eagleson said the NHLPA re- jected the recommendation of the NHL owners for several reasons. One was that the requirement for a team to be compensated reduces the value of the option. A clause in the modified sys- tem says that if a player should decide to become a free the team with which he signs will compensate his former team .with either another future draft choices or to be determined by the owners of the two teams. Campbell said the modi- Pina last 10-6 fications our players lost mark with a 2.55 ERA. the most liberal standard con- in professional but Eagleson player is still not a free Killer took over agent. For What is Bobby Orr What is Paul neutral arbigrator selected by Jthe NHL's board of governors. The NHL system is seen as an improvement over the setup of the National Football where commissioner Pete Rozelle is the arbitrator and makes the decision in settling player disputes. Ruck said that the NHL-ap- pointed be guided by the policy that cash payments for equalization pur- poses shall be used only as the last The NHL said Monday that players under a 1972 form con- tract whose final year expires Sept. will become tree agents on June and for the 1974-75 season a player con- tinues to 'have the to have his salary arbitrated in the event he and the team fail to reach mutual agreement on pay. ANDYCAPP PONT THINK 1 CAN IT UP THE THEV STILL LOVE WHEN THEY TAKE THE CIGARETTE OUT OF MOUTH BEFORE PULLIN'fOLlRSHlBTOFF OVERVOUR'CAD.' Dolphins Locals upend Killarney stopped Steelers ronto's John last year. PHONE 328-2853 mr. steam Carpet Cleaning Ltd. Beresnak pots three Pitching was the dominating commodity Monday. Every trade involved a the Phillies naturally thought they got a pretty good one. like the way he goes out Sharpshooter Tom Beresnak is well on his way to a second straight Commercial Men's Broomball League scoring championship title as he fired in three goals to lead Welterlich to an easy 8-0 vic- tory over the Jaycees Sunday night. The three-goal performance lifted Beresnak's total to 13 for the season some four goals better than runner-up Rudy Fleischhauer of the Red and challenges the Devils who has netted Ozark about Schueler. who became a starter for Atlanta halfway through the 1973 had an 8-7 won-lost record and a 3.87 earned run average. a reliever and spot had a 3-6 record and 4.41 ERA. Robin- son batted .226 for the Phillies nine thus far. The victory was also the eighth in-a-row for league leading Welterlich who has yet to taste defeat. In' Sunday's Tom Wright aided in the win with a pair of goals while singles came from Tom Gus OUT ON A DON'T KNOW WHAT TO GET HER FOR THE ANSWER IS i Shop with ease and let our experts help you. Lots of gift 5 ideas plus A CONTINUOUS FASHION SHOW. We will GIFT WRAP FREE and keep the secret 'till Christmas. MEN'S N1TE TONIGHT p.m. to p.m. in the COLLEGE MALL LETHBRIDGE 'A Special Christmas Shopping Service for Men Only' Spontorsd By betty shop ltd the shoe ran noRmfln COSTOETICS Fomradas and John Vaselenak. Joe Snopek scored the shutout in the nets. Meanwhile Herman's Upholstery jumped into a two-way tie lor second place with the Red Devils by defeating Sunburst Ceramics 2-0. It was the first loss of the season for who had sported three wins and a like many ties prior to the weekend tilt. Sig Majchrzak and Walter Duda tallied single markers to lead Herman's attack while Vic Willms chalked up his sixth shutout in his last seven outings. Two other shutouts were registered Sunday as the Red Devils blanked Fiorino Rovers 4-0 and Local 740 tripped up the Knight Clubbers 2-0. Tony Stan Adamus and Melvin Hudson scored a goal each for the Devils while Frank Koc- sinko earned the decision between the pipes. Johnny Russakow paced Local 740 to their win by pick- ing up his first shutout of the year while Art Guenther and Gilbert Scott fired in single markers for the offensive spark. Southern Signs received single goals by Bert Gerrard and Bob Van Tol to edge the Lelhbridge Correctional In- stitute 2-1. P. Griffin replied for the losers. In the final match of the Lethbridge Hotel and the Fire Department battled to a 1-1 draw. Dennis Balazs ripped in a singleton for the Hotel while Tom Boychuk smashed in the only marker for the Fire Welterlich Herman. Red Leth. Southern Sunburst Local 740 Jaycees Clubbers Fire Dept. L.C.I Henderson Bobby Orr were to play out his option with Boston what team would hire knowing it would be ob- liged to part with several play- ers and thousands in WOULD HURT WHA Eagleson also said the own- ers' proposal hurt the ri- val World Hockey Association. It would postpone movement of players to the new league by adding an option year to present contracts. The reserve clause has been challenged in the United States courts by the which has sued the NHL for more than million in alleging that the major senior profes- sional hockey league runs a monopoly in tying up hockey talent. The dozen or so lawsuits have been grouped for hearing early next year in the Philadelphia federal court of Judge A. Leon Higginbottom. Last Judge Higgin- bottom gave the WHA the right to sign players who were under pre-1972 contracts to NHL clubs. A year ago he prevented the NHL from enforcing its re- serve clause. It has been generally ac- cepted that the NHL's clause binds a player to a for life unless traded. The NHL has been extremely careful in giving out any interpretation of the reserve clause because of the pending litigation. PLAYERS NOTIFIED releasing details of the new option said that all players under an NHL con- at both major and minor league have been noti- fied that the 16 NHL club own- ers have a new player contract which includes the mutual op- tion system for future con- tracts. There is one main exception in the case of amateur players obtained in the draft in 1974. If a team signs an amateur to a one-year professional con- there will be a mutual op- tion of two years before he can become a free agent. NHL owners believe that a means of replacing talent is essential or professional hockey will suffer said Don NHL vice-president based in New York. The new system is designed primarily to keep balance in the league by preventing clubs with the most money from buying the better players. CALLS FOR ARBITER If two teams involved cannot on signing a free each team must submit its pro- fnr a MIAMI the football's in the I'm just as much a receiver as the other says Dick Anderson of Miami Dolphins. The brilliant safetyman look- ed more like the primary receiver for the opposition when he intercepted four re- I i 4-iHA fcUft IMIIIK V OO the Dolphins withstood a late Pittsburgh flurry and trimmed the Steelers 30-26 in the Monday night National Football League game. a six-year veteran from scored on a 27- yard return off Joe Gilliam 64 seconds into the game and then shared a pass from Terry Brad- returning it 38 yards for a score 92 seconds into the sec- ond period. In he returned his four in- terceptions 121 setting up another touchdown on one of them. The al- most blew a 30-3 lead as the behind ral- lied for 16 points in the final quarter. The final two points came on a gift Miami defensive manoeuvre. The Dolphins built a 30-3 lead on Anderson's but the Steelers rallied on a 21-yard scoring run by Franco Harris and a 17-yard touchdown pass from Bradshaw to Barry Pear- son to pull within six points late in the fourth quarter. With left Miami quarter- back Bob Griese stepped out of the end zone intentionally to give the Steelers a safety and permit a free 80- yarder by Larry that put the Steelers on their own seven with less than a minute to play. Miami's Jake Scott inter- cepted Bradshaw as the final seconds ticked ending Pittsburgh's hopes for a come- back. Bavasi The Lethbridge Amateur Swim Club defeated Calgary Killarney Swim Club in a dual swim meet staged at the Fritz Sick Pool Sunday. The local club registered 210 points during the one-day meet while the visitors could only muster up 128. Jeff Rutledge led the local club with five firsts in the open boys' event while Helen Morley chipped in with four firsts and a second place finish in open girls' com- petition. Robbie Teitz swimming in the boys' 10 and under class also helped the hosts with four first place finishes. Other local swimmers who fared well in the dual meet included Sharon Lori Mark Babick and Gordon Syme. All four swimmers racked up a pair of a second and a third place ribbon. In relay the locals walked away with the boys' 10 and under boys' and girls' 11 and- 12 boys' 13 and 14 girls' open boys' 11 and 12 boys' and girls' 13 and 14 medley and the girls' open medley. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE American Conference East Division Buffalo N. Eng NY Jets Baltimore W L T F A Pet 11 1 0 306 127 .817 7 5 0 187 203 .583 ..5 7 0 232 245 .417 4 8 0 203 248 .333 ..2 10 0 192 325 .167 Central Dlvliion 8 '4 0 277 189 .667 8 4 0 225 190 .667 ...7 3 2 200 191 .667 Pitts Cinci Cleve Houston 1 11 0 168 387 .083 WMt Division Oakland ....7 4 1 234 151 .625 Denver.....6 4 2 295 247 .583 K.C.........6 4 2 191 149 .583 San Diego.. 2 9 154 311.208 National Conference East Division W L T F A Pet Wash ......9 3 0 280 151 .750 Dallas......8 4 0 325 192 .667 Phila.......4 7 1 266 332 .375 St. Louis 3 8 1 251 325 .292 NY Giants ..2 9 1 213 291 .208 Central Division 10 2 0 234 154 .833 Detroit 5 6 1 224 206 .458 GrnBay ..4 6 2 174 228 .417 Chicago 3 9 0 168 273 .250 Weet Division 10 2 0 318 155 .833 Atlanta 8 4 0 294 182 .667 San Fran 5 7 0 238 266 .417 N.Orleans.. 4 8 0137288.333 division title. ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I W T Arsenal 12 6 Liverpool..... 10 4 Newcastle..... 9 4 Burnley 8 6 Everton 8 6 Division II Middl'ough 11 6 Orient......... 8 Notts C....... 8 Notts F 7 Aston Villa..... 7 Luton 8 W. Brom...... 7 Division III Bristol R...... 11 Bourne'th..... 10 York 8 Oldham 8 Chesterf'ld... 8 Huddersf'ld D vision IV Colchester... 11 7 Peterb'gh 11 5 Gillingham 10 6 Lincoln........ 9 5 Reading....... 7 8 Mansfield...... 8 6 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Celtic 11 1 Hearts 7 4 Aberdeen 6 5 Hibernian...... 7 3 Rangers....... 7 2 L F 0 34 4 23 4 28 3 24 4 22 1 23 3 29 4 29 4 25 4 23 4 23 5 21 0 31 3 27 1 21 1 23 5 20 4 23 1 37 2 30 4 42 5 17 3 18 5 31 1 33 2 27 1 18 2 23 3 17 A Pts 10 30 15 24 18 22 16 22 17 22 10 28 18 24 24 22 13 21 16 21 24 21 20 21 9 30 16 26 11 25 12 24 16 22 24 22 11 29 12 27 19 26 21 23 11 22 24 22 9 23 17 18 10 17 16 17 10 16 won't move SAN DIEGO E. J. president of San Diego says if the National League baseball team moves to he won't. told them that I wouldn't be going back there if the'team Bavasi said Monday in a telephone interview from Houston. He favors selling the Padres instead to the Everett group which wants to keep the team in San Diego. A vote on whether to accept the group headed by Marjorie majority owner of Hollywood Park race is expected to be taken Wednes- vi fainter snow tires ID smooth V The tire experts with the low prices. ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Tire Sales and Service 402 1st AVB. 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;