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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD December 1973 010 YOU II you FLY to VANCOUVER Or VICTORIA on toturdiy or on Sunday before 3 p.m. YOU CAN SAVE MONEY. For Mills Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-3201 The Herald STAN FISCHLER The word out of the National Hockey League's propaganda ministry had it that the eight game tour of NHL cities by two Russian teams this season had been cancelled for stupid reasons. The reasons The Russians balked at paying U.S. taxes on money earned and The Russians were afraid of risking their amateur standing for the 1976 Winter Olympics. If you believe these reasons then you might as well believe what Richard Nixon has been saying in the White House for the past year. I. for don't believe a word of it. I believe the series with the Russians has been cancelled because the NHL has chickened out of the series. For my the NHL teams are afraid to play the Russians because of what happened to Team Canada in September 1972. If an all-star team like Team which was supposed to win eight straight games from the could only win four can you imagine what might happen to the mediocre Bruins in Boston Garden or the Flyers in The I don't say the Russians didn't raise obstacles over the proposed eight game series. The Russians always do because they have no class. It's the Soviet style. I was hoping the NHL would have more class. If the Soviets didn't want to pay U.S. the filthy rich NHL teams easily could have picked up the tab without even denting their bankbooks. But the et. al. were chicken. And don't feed me any malarky about If a Team Canada-Russia series couldn't affect the Russkies in 1972 then nothing can in 1973 or 1974. That amateur alibi is a crock if I ever heard one. The fact remains that the Team Canada-Russia series did more to deflate NHL prestige than any event since the invention of the puck. Had the Russians come to the United States this season and defeated the NHL teams especially the Bruins and Black Hawks on their home as the NHL prestige would plummet to somewhere around the level of minus the radical 50. If the NHL teams weren't they would have follow- ed through on their original invitation and made damn sure that no obstacles remained to block the not tax money and not amateur standing I'm sure that NHL President Clarence Campbell would have liked the senes to have come based on what he's said about the Russians. were interested in this round of said 'and perhaps eventually a world championship series after that. Let's face the Russians are here and we're going to have to live with them. To rest on your laurels is to sit on your ass. There's no way you can live unto the NHL can't be an Campbell wanted the series because he remembered in the Moscow Dynamos soccer team came to London and beat most of England's first division teams. A good 20 years passed before the English recovered their soccer prestige in World Cup matches. we don't play the Russians said going to condemn ourselves to the same But the NHL isn't going to play the Russians in the it will have only itself to blame. The alibis amateur standing look good in print. But when you filter out all the it comes out that the NHL has chickened out on the Russians. Nick and Ivor suggest you have your car in top condition for winter driving NICK PALAZZO IVOR MEYER MECHANICS SPECIAL 6 Cylinder 8 Cylinder Reg. 30.05. NOW Reg. 38.25. NOW Remitter Plugs Extra with your tune-up tecelve. a_d.ltgnoile_Qn our ELECTRONIC ENGINE TESTER Complete Ignition System Carburetor System Cylinder Condition Charging System Starting System Coil Condition Spark Timing Ignition Points Engine Vacuum Exhaust Emission Circuit Resistance Condenser FIRESTONE J79x15 WHITEWALL STEEL BELTED RADIAL TIRES Reg. 80.00 Special Inatalled and balanced while laat. Special effective until December 76 union MAQRATH SERVICE 422 Meyof 32M7M STEVI SPItAK Sports Graceful Susan Temple and Rodney both of go through their paces as the Alberta-Northwest Territories figure skating championships continue. The finals are set for this evening at seven o'clock at Henderson Lake Ice Centre. The Calgary couple are competing in the novice dance section. Red Wings scramble for 1-1 stalemate CANADIAN PRESS Detroit Red Wings made a partial recovery from a four- game losing streak Friday night by coming from behind to tie St. Louis Blues 1-1 in a National Hockey League game in St Louis They salvaged a point through the courtesy of Pierre .Jarry. whose second-period goal on a 2 on 1 break matched one by Gary Sabounn of the Blues in the first period. Centre Guy Charron was the architect of the as he fed Jarry a pass near the goal-mouth alter stealing the puck from defenceman Don Awrey. It was Jarry's third goal of the season and his second in a Detroit uniform since being traded to the Wings by Toronto Maple Leafs in return lor Tim Ecclestone. In other games At- lanta Flames shut out Van- couver Canucks 2-0 and California Golden Seals upset Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3. The Red Wings remained in sixth place in the Eastern while the Blues con- solidated their hold on fourth place in the West. In tonight's games. New York Islanders visit Montreal Canadiens. Philadelphia Fivers visit Toronto Maple Leafs. Buffalo Sabre are at Boston Bruins. Detroit Red Wings meet Minnesota North Stars. Pittsburgh Penguins are at Vancouver Canucks and Atlanta Flames visit Los Angeles Kings. Sunday's four-game program includes Toronto at Bullalo. California Golden Seals at New York Boston at Philadelphia and Minnesota at Chicago Black Hawks Featuring tonight's action will be the return to Toronto of Fivers' goalie Bernie Parent for the first time since the Leafs lost him to Philadelphia Blazers of the World Hockey Association in 1972 Despite his misunder- standing with Leaf Parent believes the two years he spent in Toronto were the most valuable of his career. He says he learned a lot of lessons from his boyhood Jacques Plante. a comrade-in- goal. who was approaching the end of an illustrious NHL career. tell Parent The University of Lethbridge is offering a Skiing Workshop as part of its 1973 Spring Semester Public Service Program January starting at 9 a.m. January 3. January ending at 5 p.m. Westcastle or Fernie Workshop to provide beginners' and Intermediate level ski instruction. Maximum persons. Students must provide their own equipment and the cost of transportation to the ski hill. deadline Is December 20. 1973. Registration further Information available from the Registrar's Office. University of 3M-2231 learned more from that old man than anybody Dan Bouchard's steady goaltendmg was the key to the Flames his third of the season. He blocked 33 shots. Keith McCreary scored against the Canucks on a power play for the only goal the Flames needed CALIFORNIA PITTSBURGH 3 First Period 1 Pittsburgh. Pronovost 11 2 Califor- nia. M. Johnston 1 3. Bignell 1 13.17 Penalties 7.08. Hextall Second Period 4 McKechme 8 Johnston J John- 4-17 5 J Johnston 12 6 Pitt- Ualonde 1 16-26 Penalty M. Johnston 1.06. Third Period 7. Leach 3 4.49. Penalties McAneeley McKay 1852 on goal by Pittsburgh 9 8 California 6 11 ST. LOUIS DETROIT 1 First Period 1 St Sabounn 4 Penalties Hughes Plante Harris 8 57 Second Period 2. Jarry 3 9.12. Penalties B. Plager 11. Harris. Kelly ma- jors Johnston 16.24 Third Period No scoring. Penal- ty Plante SL Shots on goal by Detroit 6 13 7-26 St. Louis 10 7 Attendance ATLANTA VANCOUVER 0 First scoring. Penalties Rochefort 2.39. Second Period 1. McCreary 5 2 Deadmarsh 4 19-34 Manery Dunn majors Wilkins Deadmarsh Third Period No scoring. Penallies-Korab Lysiak Price Shots on goal by Atlanta 10 14 Vancouver 11 10 Attendance 15.570 LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD Lower Level 7th Otn Alberts Phone 320-7411 Wing HUH ADDING MACHINES... Traffic jam Jets chalk up pair By THE CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg Jets have encoun- tered some criticism locally for expecting Bobby Hull to be both a good coach and a good player. Bill a former National League heard the murmurs of discontent and helped the Jets win two over the Toronto Toros Friday night and a 3-1 over league-leading Edmonton Oilers Wednesday. The win created a jam in second place in the league's Western Division between idle Houston the Jets and Minnesota Fighting Saints who defeated Vancouver Blazers 3-1 at home in the only other game Friday. Juzda had been watching the spotty performances of the Jets this year and approached Hull with an offer to help last week. He took went to a Je.ts' practice and pointed out their mistakes. PRESENCE FELT had an effect on us even though we haven't had much time to really practice with said goaltender Ernie Wakely who played the last two periods Friday when Joe Daley was unable to finish Red Sox swap six HOUSTON the dominating fac- tor in was also the dominating factor at the winter baseball meetings. Often called 75 per cent of the pitching took more than 50 per cent of the play in a record setting week of 24 deals between major league teams. The trend started last Mon- day on opening day and con- tinued right through the last out when seven deals were completed including a six-player blockbuster between St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox. The Cardinals received pitchers John Lynn McGlothen and Mike Carman in exchange for pitchers Reggie Cleveland and Diego Segui and infielder Terry Hughes. 55 PLAYERS DEALT By the time the last trade was a total of 55 players had been dealt in five days 29 of the pitchers. These'deals also were made Friday as the club owners and general managers went down York Yankees ac- quired pitcher Ken Wright and outfielder Lou Pinella from Kansas City Royals for relief pitcher Lindy McDaniel. Pirates sent pitcher Bob Johnson to Cleveland Indians for out- fielder Bill Flowers. -Philadelphia Phillies purchased relief pitcher Ed- die Watt from Baltimore Orioles. -The Phillies sold infielder Cesar Tovar to Texas Rangers. sent infielder- catcher Bill Sudakis to the Yankees for a player to be named later or cash. Montreal Expos sold outfielder Felipe Alou to Milwaukee Brewers. The explosive trading ac- tivity announced while the brass was literally clearing out of finished a short period during which 21 of the majors' 24 teams made deals. Only the New San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants failed to come up with anything at the 1973 affair. CANADA'S NO. 1 LOADER BOBCAT SPHON.- 328-4765 IHh Smith ScMtl SRNSI 1 ta tartnct prices 'AUTHORED DISTRIBUTOR C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. S.. Lethbrldoe was different having an who knows the game inside and tell us what we were doing wrong in the game. laid it on the line as he saw it and the guys accepted Hull said he gratefully ac- cepted the help of Juzda and he credited that assistance for the performance Wednesday when the played so a former played eight seasons in the NHL with Toronto Maple Leafs and New York Rangers. His last season was 1955-56. Close to fans -watched Friday as the Jets fired five unanswered goals in the se- cond of them shorthanded surge into a lead they never relin- quished. Carl says no to Japan rumor TOKYO Carl Yastrzemski of Boston Red Sox Friday denied reports that he was signing with a Japanese baseball although he said various promotion offers with firms here were under con- sideration. was I guess that's the way to put said describing his reaction to a Boston Globe report. The in a copyright said Yastrzemski is be- ing offered to join the Tokyo but there is no team now known as the Tokyo Flyers. Last month a team called the Nittaku Home Flyers was sold to the Nippon Ham Co. and is now without a name. an outfielder first has played for Boston since 1961. who is here with his wife and lawyer Robert said he came to Japan mainly to see an old Wally the manager of the Chunichi Dragons. Yonamine is an American of Japanese paren- from Hawaii. Yastrzemski said that talk about his playing for a Japanese club may have started because of his meeting with Yonamine. He said Japanese baseball teams have become about American players coming here to play. wanted to ask me about 10 or so players now available not so much about their but are they reliable. I guess they've gotten burned in the he said. As for himself playing for a Japanese Yastrzemski hard to say. I haven't even given it a thought yet. You'd have to have some idea or reason to come here. Then you'd have to think about it. You just can't pick it out of the sky Yastrzemski arrived in Tokyo Monday and ran into Japanese Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka in a steak house. knew me and we discussed baseball and golf. He's a golf you and he invited me to play with him but I had to turn him .Yastrzemski said. 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