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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta December 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 That's no place to rest John Jasiukiewicz is down at the feet of two Medicine Hat Antelope Wednesday night in Alberta College Athletic Conference basketball action Ante- lope Stan Ziebart appears to be headed for a fall on Jasiukiewicz' head of the host Com- munity thrashed their Gas City opponents 131-54. Option clause said to be Eagleson warns NHL players By AL COLLETTI NEW YORK Ira Millstein is Alan Eagleson's right-hand man when it comes to giving advice on United States anti-trust laws. a New York lawyer with long experience in the pro basketball says players in the National Hockey League must avoid the option clause in the new contracts it is il- legal. executive direc- tor of the National Hockey League Players' Association figures Millstein has been giving him sound ad- vice As a Eagleson has warned players not to risk any illegal action that might involve them in current litiga- tion brought on by the pro hockey wars The NHL owners face more than million ir. lawsuits brought against them by the World Hockey Association. The WHA alleges the NHL operates as a monopoly in violation of U.S anti-trust laws A dozen lawsuits have been grouped into one in Phila- delphia's federal with a hearing scheduled early next year. have no voice in Phila- Eagleson said are in a no-man's land be- tween two warring hockey leagues On Eagleson said in a statement that the NHLPA has been authorized by player representatives to reject the one-year option clause proposed by the owners Monday. Cummins out for three MONTREAL Rookie defenceman Barry Cummins of California Golden Seals Wednesday was suspended for three National Hockey League games and fined by league president Clarence Campbell. a 24-year-old native of received the suspension and fine for his part in a stick-swinging inci- dent which saw centre Bobby Clarke of Philadelphia Flyers cut for 18 stitches on his head and face. The incident took place dur- ing the second period last Sun- day night in Philadelphia when the Seals were visiting the Flyers. The Flyers won the game 5-1. playing in only his fifth NHL had received a match penalty from referee Art Skov as a result of the incident. The California player received a match penalty from Skov for deliberately in- juring Clarke by striking him on the head with his stick after Cummins had been high- sticked by Clarke. The 24- year-old Philadelphia centre received a minor penalty for his action against Cummins. Campbell said that after he had examined the reports of Skov and linesmen Matt Pavlich and Bruce Garside and had interviewed the two along with club he was satisfied that no formal hearing was re- quired. Just Arrived for Christmas C.C.M. BIKE EXERCISERS EXACTLY AS SHOWN List Price 94.95 OUR PRICE .95 84 Otlwr of C.C.M. Bike low 1.95 52 BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913-3rd Ave. 8. Phone 327-3221 are no films of the incident and the principals have both agreed that the of- ficial reports are fair and sub- stantially the NHL president said. After Clarke was several of his teammates pummelled Cummins and Philadelphia winger Bob Kel- ly was ejected from the game after he became the first player to leave the bench to enter the brawl. Kelly receiv- ed a game misconduct and the fine that goes with it. In 12 other members of the Philadelphia team and 13 of the Seals were also assessed each by Campbell for leaving their respective benches. Within four minutes of the initial another fight began. This one saw wingers Don Saleski and Dave along with defenceman Ed Van Impe of Philadelphia ejected Billiard Graves of the Seals also was tossed out. Minor hockey Phil Hewko tallied a goal in each of the first two periods and carried the Flyers to a 4-2 victory over the Vikings in a Pee Wee game Wednesday night. Darren Moroz and Faron Ellis chipped in with single markers while netminder Ron Molme aided his own cause by earning an assist on one of Hewko's goals. David Novak and Blair Spence led the Vikings' attack with a goal apiece. In another Craig Nyrose and Rory MacLennan notched a pair of goals and paced the Flames to a sound 6- 1 win over the Bisons. Robert Stewart and Marlowe Gurski flipped in a goal each for the winners while Roy Husch tallied the lone Bison marker in the se- cond period. have advised the players not to execute any new Eagleson told a news conference. Both Eagleson and Millstein dwelt at length on the legal pitfalls the players might face if they adopt the option system Although the NHLPA is not now a party tc the Philadelphia it originally was cited as a co- conspirator in a California writ a year ago The like was shifted to Philadelphia. Eagleson and Millstein both warned that by signing an op- tion clause considered part of an players and the NHLPA could leave themselves open for later law- suits. Eagleson said this line of thinking was prompted by the fear that if the WHA should suddenly go out of the owners would sue everybody including the NHLPA. The option clause could weaken the NHLPA's legal case. If the WHA should of millions of dollars would go down the Eagleson said owners would be look- ing to get their money back. They would sue Both Millstein and Eagleson have been guided in their thinking by the recent un- animous report on the basket- ball merger made by a congressional committee investigating monopolies The NHLpA shares the same views of the committee and endorses Eagleson said. The Senate committee headed by Sam Ervin of Watergate' hearings said it believes thai the pre- sent use of the option reserve and other devices designed to tie a player to a deny him fundamental rights and con- stitute a violation of anti-trust laws. In Eagleson's the committee was in order for a player ac- tually to be there may not be any requirement that compensation be received by his former The NHL says that without some form of in player talent or or the league would be greatly hurt. The rich clubs would end up with the top stars who sought a change The NHL said on Monday it will replace its controversial reserve clause with a mutual ono-vcar option coupl- ed with compensation if the player wants to stay in the league with another club. Kodiaks romp past Gas Kodiettes suffer setback Before the first basketball had been thrown into play for the Alberta College Athletic Conference Basketball League Ben Brooks of the Lethbridge Community College made a statement Said coach of the Fairbanks is going to be a great player in the He went on to say he would compare him with Gary Williams who anchored the Kodiaks the past two years His statements were a mouthful to say the least. Wednesday night at the LCC gym Fairbanks started on his way to making believers of those in doubt of Brooks' summation. Fairbanks hit for 25 points and played a strong two-way game as the Kodiaks thrashed Medicine Hat College Antelope 131-94. Not that it would make the trip home to Medicine Hat any the gals trimmed the host Kodiettes 67-33 for a split in the two games that did very little to help sooth the wounds of the Antelope Five other Kodiaks besides Fairbanks hit in double figures as Brooks used his bench to great advantage. Every Kodiak had at least two points in the one sided contest. Robin Hansen was right behind Fairbanks as he Finns face AJL stars CALGARY The Alberta Junior Hockey League today announced the lineups for two teams that will meet the Finnish national junior team in games later this month Players from Red Deer Edmonton Mets and the Pass Red Devils will op- pose the Finns in Red Deer Dec. 13 They will be coached by Cec Swanson of Red Deer and John Chapman of the Pass. The Pass will have eight players on the team goaltender Mike defencemen Dave Brent Sim and Bill Kelts and forwards Brent McCracken. Lyle John Hawkins and Pete McMahon. They will be joined by eight Rustlers goaltender Ron defencemen Doug Gillespie and Kirby Balfour and forwards Terry Wittchen. Brian Barry Lassiter. Kelly Bunn and Irvine and five defencemen Ted Fellows and Ron Bignell and forwards Rick Garry Rissl- mg and Paul Messier The second AJHL unit will consist of players from Lethbridge Drumheller Falcons and Calgary Canucks and will face the Finns in Dramheller Dec 14. It will be coached by Jack Samuel of Drumheller and Ralph Burgess of Calgary There will be eight Falcons goaltender Gerry Baldwin denies reports BOSTON New Eng- land Whalers denied Wednes- day reports the World Hockey Association club would be transferred to Indianapolis Club president Howard L. Bdiuwin said are satisfied with the progress the hockey club is making in Boston and we are working hard to establish our own identity We definitely feel there is room for two professional hockey teams in the Boston hockey market which probably is the most attractive in the United States or defencemen Randy Marshall. Ron Rose and John and forwards Grant Roger Garry Bembridge and Jim and eight Canucks goaltender Dan defencemen Russ Hall and Mike and forwards Ken Dean Gerry Don Eastcott and Don Cairns on the team. The Longhorns will contribute five players defencemen Kent Lowry and Brad Cox and forwards Ron Randy Joevenazzo and Bruce Small. The two AJHL teams will play an exhibition game in Taber Dec 12. Meanwhile fights in a league game Nov. 29 have resulted in suspensions for four players. AJHL president Jim Secular said today that defenceman Ken Khnkhammer of Lethbridge Longhorns has been suspended for three games. Bernie Syrenee of Lethbridge and Cam Colborne and Dean Magee of Calgary Canucks were each suspended for one game The suspensions will be served immediately The four players were in- volved in fights during the first period of the game in which the Longhorns won 6-5 hooped 24 points Gary Schuler chipped in with 18 while Jim Toone hit for 15 and Curtis Klovansky and Bob Hansen each had Tim Moyer did most of the damage for the Antelope as he pumped in 18 points Don Neubauer added 10. It was a rough night for the Antelope along the foul route as their scrambly style of play caused four including top scorer to take ear- ly showers. Kodiaks had little foul trouble Kodiaks leave Friday for Helena for an exhibition game and then Saturday night they take on Butte in yet another They will see no ACAC ac- tion until after the new year In the gals encounter Wendy- Lien and Lynn Moyer led the way for Medicine Hat Moyer canned 16 points with Lien adding 11 For the Kodiettes Sharon Yuill and Susan Reeder each came up with 11 Save S20. Find percen- tages in an The Digi-matic P-8 personal calculator. Now only 79 98 Reg. Complete with case Sale Starts a.m. Friday More for your Performs more different operations for the price than any other calculator we offer. 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