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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Dec.mber 12, WJ THE lETHtEIDGE HltAlO 15 tl SPORT Maki undergoes brain surgery Joe Krycaka not at happr Is the CAHA getting 'buzz off sign? CALC-AKY ".I', The- Ca- nadian Airiafeur Hockey ciation the foeling it's fxring told quie to "buzz off" from the hockey A'. !ear-.t that's the irnpres- slon the Nstloril Hockey League others have left wlth'CAHA president Joe Kry- i WESTMINSTER B.C. bian Hospital after a who'l prcpaifi to let Wayne Maki, the four-boor ernergerxry opwatior, the association ite-p aside iv left-v.inger fo: the Van- Sunday for removal of a brain "afvs-r more than Vi years in r I j I c xj dj 1 H couvcr 'Canucks of the Nation- tumor. ai lioekev Uague. listed in A hospital tf-okeirnan- said fair condition a'. Rova! Coiura- the hockey player 'he door bv vas unrStr intensive care. ths" September sk-le's i i Sud Me, general manager K4Un of d I t lid of the Vancouver Canucks, Sunday Maki had been vsf. back from Atlan- ta. Ga. because of headaches the were on a road trip Last week. He was ad- mitted hospital Saturday for ohxvervatior.. He bad complained of con- stant during the jasrt-eompleted road trip to Atlanta. Toronto and Detroit. Maki did not play Thursday In Atlanta and wiy.-n the arrived Friday in Toronto, he v-.a.s flown back to Yanc-ocrver for a complete medical ej-arn-. The Car.ucks said in a pre-1 aiid Team C L- X f t f j tir.' or- b the MIL cfcgotiaUons for wries hsd stalled and it i p aarJrjg a iO-garae series j the U> be I ed in the of the J 4 CAHA. of wants t to through prrjper r T ieh. dealing vrlth the f H.-I when Canidian teams are involved arxJ corre- U.S. body wjxsi -can wiiidi enter the K7TCK IIHF i said ir: a-" that European ted r t. ad-.iitd CAHA that vi-ill abide by Jn'jsrna- Ice FederaiJccj njles when ceaJing the rrjeaiis v.-nh trx; CAHA ST-v e a r 1 d K.-.'Cita CAHA horxj: its HHF r. r 3 ir. have learned something from the fact that Cacada under t-.vo separate CAHA and NHL. "They only have organi- lati'jo that runs all hockey but if they d'j have professional it vrjil run urxier the same v.'here v.e've split trie thing wff into two or Uiree orgardiatior5 all we've got Is trouble. "AJ1 we 'CAHA) can for is that crjr Europeaa friends are going to realiie if tr.-ey decide to get into triat bag, friat orjy looking for the kind o! trouble fct v.e've been trrougb. "Ajxi, secowily. the CAKA car, hope for some sort of av by way of prfivure fra-.i the federal govem- merjt." T h e Europeans probsb'y have DO to ha-.l-'ig a league, he said. "fiijt if they'ie g'jlrjg to have a professional kagiAc, going to run it. It isr. t going to j-'jrj by Bruce Nor- rii. o! the NHL troit Red Wings, or acyrxxjy eiw from Tvjrth Arrjerica. "Arid if they're going rjn taa.'ns they're going to run out of t'tieir partir.ii- Jar k-e as n'x.v This they will control thv profes- sionals inw-sd oi having the profeisioriais control trie ajTii- 1'ne president be V-- lievei one of the Fla- gleson and Clarence rx.-li, are to face in Irving to negotiate j.r.otrjer series v.-itr: or other Kvjropesn clubs tr.e hind of that Es- and t-oe pros left uvcr there." Ilr> c-zka attended ail four in the Russian-Tearr: Canada and on hand for three of four rarnes in Canada. If anything was learned1 be said it that 50: w le- vimp o-'r tystero from the g r a i r o o t s up. V-' h e e r the j aLnr.-tiiir.g i.'> cue-i'jon txxjauvr a1, far a.-- I can tell, outride of or fesra1.. they're rill iri' tlv, pj'.-K t'je cor- ner and chaiing it. "Arid Ge only vrcy yo'j do that is aga.n3'. a team tl'iat car. t ikate. Vi'v.-ri v.e sbo'. trie puck L'rto th'; comer agsJnst trie 'wy had it v ere back it by Xr.czka said a program ha-> to be ir-Jtiated at the "start of tne" level, when olayers reached the ;uve-iile or ju-Jor clai-K." 1 Rl-ht we've our CAHA gei.'ed t'i where it's at a ce- pro-am oov.-n 10 trx: i thst a brisa to- 1 removtri. Tr-e i-i-.cmcrit said Maki was :rj the care unit i 'i'.'cs iri '-wth d is rrtirriai children. anc Kahn upset M being aecuired from the St.! Lxxjiri Blues in the !V7'> ?-THi, draft arxl became: of the Canucks' i the 1S70-71 club owners VEW YORK 'AP Bowie had 22 goals and ars- -Ls'.s last season and three goals ar_d 10 assists in 25 game-s to far this season. became rf the cen- tra! figure-- in a controversy r. said that sv.irled in the during "s club his iart season with St. Ixxuis. unv. llllns v.- or, He v.-as ernbroikrf in a stick- t-x5 tvvo't'-v d the swinsns ircidett with defence- plavets in current contra'.-, r.e- man Ted Green of the free and Krjir-s. that erxied with Green h-uviirg of salary undergoing brain surgery for a "Tbes-e are tv-o a.-s-as where Greer: sat the following .round." the game's with the '.VorM Hockey chief executive salt: ar. inter- A s s o c i a England bitter clash list v.eek Caruok officials in annotmc- in which. Mar.-In Mrller. ing 1-faki s operaticn gave M tlve director ct' tr.e further details on the ooera- Ivssrie Players Ass'x 1st: or., ac- tlor.'i possioie effect on Mal_ _ the c: bad future in hockey. faith" a.-.'i 's fraudulent talks Tf.-e player Raiders hoioice Jets despite Joe Namatli OAKLAND i AP Even in'. lees' v, here he furr_bled v.ith calied i: ior the II team-mav- tloe jtv'j.erv. -The oi'lc-lai on the play alled it for the Jets. other '-v' yards o.-A-n tbe field t-.p ,ev; -'-f- vj v- yelled v. t-.e ba-1: r: cr-e of lui-x.d sl-urts: 'Did they :.--j you the All 1 T 11 All en levels blast MAGIC NUMEE? Tr.e Players A-s.s'xla'lon cor.- it fvr freecorr. at Palvc-huk -cored with the .Coca! a slin-i 5-2 over Horxia in or.-e of five City Broombaii games staged arx] Bill added solo markers in the which put the _ 7Vi in a fourth place tie with Fo-.-'er weighr 1 rie-r.o'der 14. r-r-or A'i he will -er V. ie ir. tr.sir tcKedulfd 12- -.r Lc-jis ICSKJ en curing rr- 'A? lor Pllilllfi COLLEGE MERCURY APPOINTMENT Knight Ourxxirs, Crtrdie arxi Jorm Zar- errj-ja for Horxia. Knijh- Clubbers grabbed their fo-urth place tie with a Carlton led in eight Pl-Jladelpl-ua. April 16: Miit i "He had ecxxj access ssain- ar> Pappas, J7-7. Chicago, against our zjone. Tnen we used a three- ts, Diego, S'rpt. 2: arxi Bill rnan rush had pretry li--4. of Montreal good success asainst that, tw." Clu defeat. York Jets' cuarter- bacfc Joe Mamath has a kr.aci: for upstaatLcs othc-r football plsyers. "Joe was on target alj night." Jets' V.'eeb'Ev.bsnk'Eaid j 1'ooday nigrn. after .N'amath i loss to Oaklarxi Raioeri that j killed the Jecs' hopes making __f-oer-n said as in all -urn i the National Football League George AUen said Monday atiecis. the league would'review playoffs. Cowrxjys uved an illeEal films o! the game be-fore issuins He nas .ur.d o. w his V.'iscirjj- anv comment, but added that games admittel Kajoers -m Rfrij'dr. Linebacker, Jack Bo action aEainst Dallas could coacn Joan Mrfden, "otrt 1 lee! in last Safjrotav'E Ka- guy was pretty gyxi too." FootbsD League game. rriticu" o'fl- Oakland quaneroaci: 5ii, flanker Al- dating ail he var.cs to. as long LamooKa. trirvwlng a At ieiss fov.axd vhec he a' h" does 't to u' the fpokes. tnan hamatri. pas-sea for Kr2 verit iE as crpposed to man said. yards awj. two and then plav. vnich vss used for nu..- rhirsed into Pardee the the fir--' >n oard atnd Jets' receiver Don Jtaynard were two otwr play. to aiiv of a ers woose feats v.ere hTin a j don-.t ,vho isnsdowed by NsmaJ.ns passing it-s nerfrf Allen j jar.-. He waved a hand Li ap- i- Chrome tender mirrors preciaoon as be limped off J field to the loud cheers of Oak- larid fans, SlocVer Jocks [sel of 4) Tnen he- came back to pais f Jets deep Oakland ter i ritor. in the final mlnu'e cf play V 2' of passes. ;fj of J7. j.- >arcs. ar.d h_s 5-'5 reception V for seasori puts him amonr: [t form. Frank Devtne followed' in ?TL leaders. 'f place. h ails The tojcbdov.r; pass to Cnes y from Hat. Tn yellow ter was the biggest Oakland of- form Clarence Fall-: of Deth- ferisive of the night. It Lric'Ee err.erred I-K spotls came rJEht after Bohhv Kow- S V.'atchlc-r of Medicine field's third field goal had cut C; j.'Lt. Oaiiiand's lead to 17-iG. d and Greiserr ie of Hay- Ox- of Kon l.'acleod -tt-ted 1 oniy rope pull owning E.T.U. heater 'wagon master White vinyl tire cover Available now of 33 19'95 i 15'951 15'951 ,00 i .50 each. Clay Carrol! Cinclnnst: J hr-r.der, >et s -1 r-'COrd rlty. Ir, the di-rlfion Barbara After Chester's I'.-indy Cilgar." fj? the N'imith hiis team dcr.'.Tr tr-'r ir. sparrir.g ir-j the field quickly. 0 .S form I'i JiiJ: Tsrjm ir.'erc'rpu-d v-'i fj'Or.Aii'I nf :z Cj ,r> of HsU the bsll 56 yards RECREATION VEHICLES 4th AVF. N. PHONE 323-4421 Wtw cf -i Corr.pciy) ;