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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 11, itn TMI URHMUMM MMAIO is SPORT Maki undergoes brain surgery Is the CAM A getting 'buzz off' sign? CALGARY (CF) Tbe Ca- aadJaa Amateur Hockey Asso- ciation has the feeling it's beiag told erne to "buzz off" from the intemaiional hockey scene. At least that's tbe sioa the National Hockey League and others have left CAHA president Joe Kry- WESTMIKSTEE, B.C.foian Hospital today aftw a] czka, who isn't prepared to let _ Wayne Maid, the four-hour emergency operation j association, step aside scrappy far the Van-1 Sunday for removal of a brain j "after more than 50 years in couver of the Nation- j taraor. i ruteraaiiooai lackey." ai Hoekev League, was listed In! A hospital spokesman said j The Calgarv lsv.-ver said tbe fair, condition at Eoyal Coims-i the hockey player i CAHA the "door by ne- was under intensive care. j Iked PoBe, geaera! manager j of tbe Vascocver Cacocks, said j Sroday Maid had been sent- 1 back to Vancouver from Atlas- j jta, Ga. because of headaches-! when the Cacadcs were on a; road trip last week. Be was ad- i j rsified to hospital Saturday for j observatioc. s He had cosrplabed of cos-] stars hesdaebes daring the i I team's road trip to Atlanta, Toronto acd Detroit.; i 3Iaki did cot play Thursday i I in Atlanta asd wbes tears j arrived Friday in Toronto, he j vas Sows back to Vancouver j for a cficapkte isedlcal ezaia- j TragjQQ 2Dd TISSUE. Tbe Cacsezs said in a pre- pared statement that Mail to derwent tbe operation Sunday afternocn acd that a briaa to- j is.or reznored- 1 siatesest said Maid was is the iatecsive care ua" WATME 3IAEI tional leases of Czecb- oslovakia or because I thick that's tbe stajge we are "Wbat I object to is tbe pockets of acy individual i3 tbe NHL or tbe KHL as a gotLating between the Prussian uatiossl tesa aod Team Canada, made up of XKL pkyers. JU! of a saades- yrx that the doors open, they're saying: Well, that's fbe CAEA. you guys jssi bssz off sow because the big boys are over. haven't any objections to the pro playing the sa- "It's tbe CAEA teams that developed irrtersaliocal hockey to tins poist aad if in- ternational boekey aH of a sodden is gobg to bear some Jdod of fruit, tbes I thJak tbe fnat of 93 years of labor should get poored bade for tbe kids ____ lie CAHA's caaocera about boekey erupted is JToveziber wben Alas Ea- giesoa, of the IvHL Players" Association, ascoffiiceG a four-game ex5s- bitiari tcfjr of seisefei KHL cities fcr late Jajsuary by ose of ae top Soviet XJnsoa tear-s. Hs ssid tbe osal, au agree- between tbe NHL aad tbe p i a v e r s' assodatioa, dida't involve soy other ganizatiou, however, tbe KHL announced oefotiatioot for tbe series bad itaHed and it was planning a tents with tbe Eussians to in tbe middle of tbe 1973-74 seasceL llae CAHA, course, wants tbe NHL to go tbroogb proper dealing tbe CAHA Canadian teams ai-e isvolTed aad tbe corre- sponding UJ. body -wyjen Asaericaa sqtads eater tbe pLctnre, STICK WITH HHF Eryczka said in 22 inter- m-sr tbat European dabs bare advised tbe CAEA that they abide by Interaa- tioaal Ice Hockey Federation fHHF) ruies dealing.' tbe pros. Ties means 'isith the CAEA. Tie 37-y e a r -o i d Kryczka sad tbe CAHA its HHF brothers in Earope bave leanw! something from tbe fact that. Canada operates under separate CAHA and KHL. "Tte? only have we vrgaxa- zalioD tbat runs aH their hockey but if do have professional boekey it will be nc under tbe same wiere we've split tbe thing off into two or three organizations and aH -we've got is trouble. "All ve d07m as Washing-i any cccmaent. but added that asanitfea Hedskin lisebacker. action against Dallas cosH Mwsien, oat I feed; Pardee. in last Satsrdav's Na- j be expected. our Tiras good too." jootbali League game. "He GUtea) can criticize of3- Oajcand guaneroacic ijk-- iiaaker LaiKe Ai- i dating- ail he -srants to. as long Lamorora, terowajg a less moved Sward he as he does it to us." the spokes- fean passep for raotkm. as opposed to j man said. backward, and then Tbe play, whica used for "ttFT IluD'' charged into Pardee before the i the first time in tbe Dard aad Jets' receiver Don. cnsurvKL uaJa two otaer play-; designed to ally of a crack-back block fay player and I doif t i Alwortb, TTHO is seat ia i football." AHen AHen said the Covrboys -used insisted- i fee play at least four tisaes in A spokessisn for the NFL' j the first half. L s passing _ by JOIN'S GEOWTN'G GROUP gained 113 yards to bit the mzrk this sea-! ANDY C APP sac. He has yards. I The 35-year-oid J-IayEsrd caught seven Naaafh passes for 151 j yards and an aH-tiiae; NFL high of 632 career reoep- MAGIC NUMBER Former chcmpJcn AH predicts, he Will step curcpecn hscvyweight joe Bugner jr. rounds 5n their .schecuied 12- rovr.d rncfch Here Feb. 14, Fcrrner hecvyweighr eho.-r.p Joe JocJcs on during onnOwrjce.T.errf cf the bout Mcnscy. (A? Phillie hurler and Bm Local; l4b ia a fourth place tie Carlton led in eight COLLEGE MERCURY APPOINTMENT ttbeEnight Gordie Payas acd John Zar-. femba repjifid fee Honda. I Tlae Knight Clobbers grabbed tbeir Ibcrta place tie over LethbrMge Wessrees ssd CsrroH at-d iSke Mar-; FMIadelpfcia. April .g takes tbe place of Maysard said later. Tbe loss left Jets at 7-6 snd einsnaied taeir ccance cf tbe Americas Confer- ences isiki card playoff berth. The Raiders, as champions of the AFC West, are 9-3-1 and? heading toward a playoff I opeier on the road against ei- i I feer PSisbargB Signers, or i Cleveland Browns on Dec, 23. i Tbe Haiders iept the Jets oar! j of the cod zone after Nssiaic! M tigst eod Eich Caster oa a pass piay covericg j 149 yards in the first quarter. f That score pet the Jets shead 7-1 r THEFTS JAE OFFENCE i Two iatereeptaos sear the I goal line the Haiders, j "He had good success sgainst I v LST THE W5T League; ArHs of Sas Diego against New Yore. Oct. 2. pitchers in eight categories. o> Padres. lost tae iBflst j Club pitcbisg statistics bad rekased today gases sad gave up most: tbe Los AsgeJes Dodgers oa top bases as balls, 122, six more 5d a 27-15 record far tbe most i the 115 rtES AT! a 2.73 ESA to 2.31 for Slrby. Eli Pittsburgh Pirates. Tse Dodg- were rren notcbed a goal apiece! Tota Beressak firsd 20 .three........ ___ goals 2Ed paced Welterjich to; 'Atones, csspae pisj-sg isr a escsecec py E LsO toss! IOT Res- and toe Cubs nest with IS. over Fioriso i at gie Qevdaac, tbe Swig Cur- i CgritoErs rart. Sask., sstf-re -sfith Hetot chipped i Louis. single zaarfcer whiife: ngs-figccfcr Gs.n' Xosaa. 255, 22soaer repSed for i-SS- the Severs, vSTSl Ttere three so-iiwers.. sll by Hoo 11-14. cf Chicago against said Madden, "SSL he didn't put it iato the 1 eod zooe a lot" I Laraooica pot the baS into ibe: end zone oc a perfect 35-yard ers shut out ogwaess 23 cnies. scodng toss to Fred BDetnlkof? i g the Eaiders toot a 10-7 lead IF AtJaca Braves'427EBA secood Cuarter, aad the league's worst, their four P255, to Chester in the IP and 732 strikeouts i quarter produced a 68- the 730 rass aad touchdown play and the 5- 155 Jbcsse rui league highs. gives up J as they paced Herman's isterv "to a slim 1-1 iSwibem Haff scored the for tbe lasers. John Seimasigasie Csrlton faced tbe tnost bat- oreriters, aliened the most had ibe raost strikeouts, 310. Unbeaten, from 7 ihracgh Aug. 17. his 15 strisg the; [blasted in pair of goals aacd I league's Joagest gave Oranges a 2-1 1 Don Sdion. over tbe i Ms sevecrfc season with As- Karate titles spread around i cal 24-16 margin, i Use also j called OB Htobard SBC other TTTrrrrfng bacEs fo-r IK vards. I Tbe Jets gained 35 yards" rush- CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS for the R.V. OWNER Portobie 12 volt oir compressor i- Ib. oil cooler Leg-o-Motie choirsr toch Ecjc-ljft jwoy Institotios. DOUGLAS t MUNTON CA. _1 sccred a 2oal ia Dodgers, had tbe most! j WILLIE JOE CHEEFJED Nanath teft the- game briefiy after suffering a sSght ankle av jury. He waved a band in ap-! f fender mirrors I prtdatioc as be Iizsped off tbe g field to the loud cheers of Oak- (laad facs, The honors got Fort H a c 1 e o d and Greiser Then be came back to pass I 15-96! Stacker Jacks (stt of 4} fi G. cf DOUGLAS i Lid. _ ti et Crrcrr.p receiving edoeattorv in Chsnv j LJSwrty end VufccD end c cr VJ- L T 2 2 s fc c t o u ts-sise to Carletoa's I alsic-st as inudi as tbe cornpe-: Taber. Jitws b ihe southern Alberta j Yellow sparring houors JENKINS -SMJGGZJ) HARD i terete chaspiensrJps stigad is to DeLayn'DeGtew cf Calgary. Tom Sesver of York Taber over Mtts to Carllos from Calgary, in victories, 2M2, six: Btnke- Lethbndge. SiSdicise Hat. For: outs, 249. Sea ver served up 23: Macleod. Raymond arxi Taber hose-run pitches, took part in tbe one-day event by the 32 thrown by rana-1 sud v.1sen it ail over IM one He besied Jack DeBoer of Ray- mond the Jets deep into Oaklaad'ter-; w ritory in the fisal jraaate cf only pull owning Naiaatb 25 of 46 Conr- Theme, G we" Barry Clark of Cal-; passes. Lamonlca 10 of 17. Bi- ggry. i letnikoff caught 5ve passes for Boo Eces of Fort Macleod j 96 yards, and his 53 receptiosF y bested the earles in i for tbe seasoa puts bJm among forts. FranJc foUowed a! NFL ieacers. Ferguson Jenkbs. 20-12, o-f, club really dominated things, i second place. DeVIae hails-! The toucbdovn pass to CSses In junior belt sparring! from Medidue Hat IE yelkw ter was ibe iHggest Oakland of-: belt form Clarence Falk of Leth- j fensive Wow of tbe nigiit. It y bridge emerged with tbe spoiJs came rigbt after Bobby Hovr- i over'Lee WatchJer of Mediciat i field's third field goal had cut B.T.U. heofer (wogon moster} i Chicago Cabs. JesJdrss, of Chatham, tot., i tfce vras Sid of Bob Gibson of St. Lo-jis "hils Ln pea wee it Cardinals were tied for secorxS Sbeena Hughes cf Leto- in complete games with 23' bridge with Randy Mclniosa, each. aJso "of tbe city, second. y. vinyl tire cover Avoilobit at end Co. He i-, cocchin; Uttie _ G ef Commyrtrry Servrses Rascrt H.y. i _. i _ T ,__4. L.B. j f Clay Carroll, Cinc-jmati right- i Randy Orr of Calgary came j Liss of Lethbndge won botb tbe Trith tbe title ir. men's white" fight sparring title and tbe J In tbe gal's dfrrisicn Barbara cti his in the Chcmpt-cfl end Vclcon tfitts to drco in see Hir-, of X.C L.K tenter, set a major league up record v.ith 37 saves. Wayne sparring. was girls' Granger established the mark" of 35 in 1970 with Oakland's lead to 17-16. After Chester's touchdown, j Vamatb moved bis team i fiekl (poddy, but free safety PREBQO orm. s each category Jack Tatura intercepted 3 !or.g old socorxJ and DonaW Greiser she finished ahead of Saadra pass in the end zone and re- the t h i r d. O'SuIlivan bails from Gaub of JladiciM Hat. turned the ball 56 yards U> tbe RECREATION VEHICLES i FHONI N. (1 ftiocic Wett ef the wos Company) g ;