Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page Six nations competing for world junior hockey title Next Wednesday and Sunday, CTV presents its live coverage of the World Junior Hockey Tourna- ment from Winnipeg. Hosted by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, this competi- tion is an international tournament in preparation for Canada's re entry in International Hockey com- petition. Six including Canada, Russia, Finland, the U S.A., Czechoslovakia and Sweden, play 15 games in four cities. The Canadian team has been chosen from the Western Canadian Hockey League and is an all star team. Most are the very same players who played and trained with Team Canada '74 and they'll be wearing Team Canada out- fits. Some sportcasters have called them the stars of tomorrow. Both of the games being broadcasted by CTV will be played in Winnipeg. January 1, the Canadian team faces stiff competi- tion from the Czech- oslovakian team. January 5, hockey super- star Bobby Hull provides the color commentary as the Russians will prove themselves to be just as tough competitors in the area of junior hockey. Ralph Abraham is the producer of the Tourna- ment with Johnny Esaw as the executive producer. Ballet postponed again PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Western Hemisphere debut of Valery and Galina Panov, the ballet dancers who emigrated from the Soviet Union after a two year struggle, has been postpon- ed a second time. It will be held Feb. 4. The Panovs' were to dance here Dec. 10, but the performance was postpon- ed until Jan. 7 after Valery Panov strained a leg muscle. The date was changed again Thursday on the ad- vice of Valery's doctor and because of problems over arrangements with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. 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