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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 20, 1975 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Shultz warned by Mr. Campbell NEW YORK (AP) Dave Schultz, chief bully boy of Philadelphia Flyers, has been warned by National Hockey League president Clarence Campbell that future miscon- duct penalties will cost him suspensions in arithmetical progression two games for the next one, three games for the one after that, and so on. The Flyers probably could ciaatii dislikes ruling TORONTO (CP) John F. Bassett, owner and chief ex- ecutive officer of the World Hockey Association's Toronto Torps, says it is illegal for professional hockey teams not to sign underage junior hockey players if they are good enough. Speaking in a telephone interview from Las Vegas where WHA owners met Tuesday. Bassett said he would never agree to any contract with the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) that would prevent the WHA from drafting and signing 18- and 19 year old survive without Schultz, who has scored just five goals this season. The question is, could the league's United Stales television contract? The NHL hasn't exactly been a hit on television in the U.S. and rumors keep surfac- ing that hockey on the NBC network will be dropped after this season and replaced by the American Basketball Association. One of TV's axioms is that hockey ratings in the U.S. go up when the players' gloves go down and no NHL team fights more than Schultz's Flyers. Hence, Philadelphia is scheduled for four of the 10 weeks that the NBC-TV pairings have been set. Schultz already leads the league in penalties, having spent 362 minutes off the ice so far this season. That puts him on target for a 400 minute season a goal that tough guys of the NHL past never dreamed possible. And don't for one moment think that Schultz is the first rough neck to galumph his way around the NHL. That would be an insult to such noted oldtime belters as Ed- die Shore, Ted Lindsay, Ching Johnson, Ken Reardon, Black Jack Stewart and a host of others who've been known to carry a high stick or two now and then. GEARED TO CAMERA The difference between Flon fifth CLIFF KOROLL (20) CAN TELL YOU ABOUT SUSPENSE t care if the WHA or the National Hockey League programmed, almost Nordiques win for third time Athletes see immortality By THE CANADIAN PRESS Flin Flon Bombers scored three goals in the third period Wednesday night to gain a 3-3 tie with Kamloops Chiefs and squeeze into a fifth-place tie in the Western Canada Hockey League's Eastern division. Flin Flon and Winnipeg Clubs now have 38 points in the WCHL eastern division. Regina Pats are fourth with 47 points. New Westminster Bruins dumped Medicine Hat Tigers 7-4 in Wednesday's only other game. At Flin Flon, the teams played through a scoreless first period before Reg Kerr and Mel Zinger struck to give Kamloops a 2-0 lead in the second. Jeff McDill blasted two goals and Kim Davis added one for Flin Flon before Darryl Ferner salvaged a tie for Kamloops by scoring at Goalie Mark Earp protected the tie when he stopped Bomb- ers' Rich Gosselin on a break- away from the blue line. In New Westminster, four unanswered goals in the se- cond period gave the.Bruins their win. Medicine Hat led 2-1 at the end of the first period, but New Westminster had a 5-2 third raised the Tigers' hopes, but the Bruins netted two to Bassett said. "It would be waiting audience, usually in J illegal not to sign any boy 18 tne rjnk Dut often on natjonai By THE CANADIAN PRESS hospital for treatment. Doc-and over who is good enough television. In other times, the Quebec Nordiques' luck ap- tors said his condition was ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. to play the pro game. fights were an outgrowth of pears to have run out against good. Serge Aubry took over (AP) Five hundred dollars "Eighteen is the legal age in the action on the ice. Houston Aeros. in. the Quebec nets. wouldn't pay for the ink of Canada and no one can pre-. gv its very nature't hockey Two weeks ago, the Nor- Russ Walker, started the Jim (Catfish) Hunter's new vent a boy that age from mak- is a violent sport; no one in diques posted a 4-3 win over scoring for the Crusaders just contract, or keep Johnny ing a iving which, in effect, is the game would deny that. But the Aeros, their third win in as five seconds into the game at Miller's caddy happy. So why what we would be doing by the violence of the past has many World Hockey Associa- Cleveland to set a league have some of the biggest refusing to sign him." always developed spon- games against Houston record for the fastest goal names in sports done televi-Bassett said his lawyers taneously Now it often does 'his season. from the start of a game. sion shows on their lives for a have advised him that if an 18 not seem 'to do 'that. After that victory, Aeros measly year old player was Scultz' most recent ice bat- coach Bil1 Dineen said the n_'ier ine iirsi penoo s last The answer, says Bed prevented from turning tie came as have many of his Nordiques were often winning tne wusaders slowed Rotfeld, is immortality, professional, he would take others with us television by scoring lucky goals. "They "Let's face it. We are im-the case to court. following every move seem to get those said Six goals were scored in mortalizmg these guys. These WOULD WIN' Schultz absorbed a stiff Dineen the hr.si. Penod' wnlcn was shows will never grow old lawyers said the boy check from Boston's Terry But Houston turned the by.a fight and took 50 they can be playing for years would win the he O'Reilly which earned the tables at Quebec on Monday, mlnules 10 piay. and said Rotfeld, ex-added. The WHA has no Brujn forward a two minute winning 5-3, and then again After George Morrison ecutive producer of the syn-agreement w'ith the CAHA charging penalty. whipped the Nordiques 10-4 scored for Minnesota, Tom dicated Great Sports Legends regarding drafting of over -or O'Reilly went to the penalty Wednesday night in Houston. Edur and Jim Harrison scored series, under age players. The NHL box and was hardly settled In other WHA games to give Cleveland a two-goal Thirteen stars were inter-had an agreement not to draft down when he found himself Wednesday, Minnesota margin. The Fighting Saints viewed for the first weekly under-age players, but did so looking at the business end of Fighting Saints beat came back with goals by John series last year, including ast year to compete with the Schultz's stick which was be- Cleveland Crusaders 5-3 and Arbour, Mike Walton, Danny Hugh McElhenny, Elgin WHA. ing waved uncomfortably Winnipeg Jets defeated Ed- O'Shea and Wayne Connelly. Baylor, Mickey Mantle and CAHA executive director close to his nose. monton Oilers 4-1. Minnesota's Jack Carlson JeSSE Owens Seventeen Gordon Juckes said in Ottawa O'Reilly responded by fall- Mark Tardif scored three and Russ wlke? Joe Tuesday he hoped the two ing backwards, skates and goals for Quebec but the effort mixed it uon the first DertDd Gale Sayers and leagues and the CAHA would blades shooting up. Schultz was wasted against the Aeros and m the Lcond iS a Sam Snead, will te seen on the meet before the end of March threw his gioves at O'Reilly who got two goals each from SieMeraoted to the steads Senes' whlch haS JUSt to sign an agreement not to and had to be restrained from Mark Howe, Terry after a fan ooured beer on the 65 statlons around take under age players in following him into the Bruin Ruskowski, Ted Taylor and head of MinnesoU coach their drafts. penalty box. Larry Lund. Harry Neale Besides the it also Junior operators across No sooner had the episode The Aeros scored four of helps to have former Green Canada oppose drafting of un- ended than tne television their goals on power plays asr Minnesota players charged Bay Packer Paul Hornung as der age players because it audience was treated to an they extended their West Divi- lnto tne stands. but the fan es- the host and the man who hurts them at the gate and instant replay complete with sion lead to 12 points over se- caPed- solicits the stars reduces calibre of play. slow motion and a reminder cond-place Phoenix. There were a total of 21 A lot of the legends the "We arc under no obligation that SchuUz and the Flycrs Nordiques goalie Richard penalties in the wild affair, first time around did it for to the junior says would be on NBC next Sunday Brodeur was injured in the with the officials handing out Paul he s extremely pop-Bassett. against New York Rangers. second period and taken to 86 minutes in penalty time. ular." sa'd Rotfeld, who shot the second series here Mark Lofthouse led New Westminster with two goals, year old Philadelphian who Secretariat. Rotfeld said he is A1 clayton PaBcha, used to make a living selling anxious to add women to his Kevin Schamehorn, Kelley women s hosiery men s hair- lineup Secord and Harold Phillipoff pieces and health and accident Rotfeld isn t afraid of runn- added singles insurance to both sexes. ing out of legends. He was a concert pianist as "It never runs he said, Barry Dean, Greg Vaydik, a boy and dabbled in song reelinB names of retired cllff Lane and Elmer Ray writing in the 1950s. But sports stars. "And every year scored for the losers. Rotfeld had come no closer to one of tne 8reat superstars In the only game scheduled television than his living room retires. It could go on tonight, Lethbridge plays at set when he got the idea for forever." Brandon. Sports Legends in 1971. He recalls over hearing two guys arguing sports at the Italian restaurant his wife 1 1 fill 1T1TY1 Carole owns in Philadelphia. T Y VJ J. J. iJ 3 UlllllldJi "They were arguing about KAMLOOPS 3 FLIN FLON 3 NW MH Berry who was better, Jimmy Period: No scoring. Penalties NW Brown Or Marion Motley, and Fleming. FF, Lyseng K Shots on goal by Reeeie Jackson or Joe Moores K Gassofi K Medicine Hal 83 niManrin' It nut Hir-keri Second Period: 1. Kamloops, Kerr New Westminster 11 13 8-32 jjimaggio. li JUSl CIlCKea. 13.05. 2 Kamloops. anger (Gassoff. Goal: Farwell. Medicine Lax-WOUldn t It be great to Show Moorss) 1 Penalties Fleming on. New Westminster. film Clips Of these guys in FF Zinger Dorman FF Attendance: flni) Gassoff K Said Rotfield. McDIIHWatson, Gosselin) 5. Flin He raised and Flon, Davis (Gosselin. Watson) searched for a sports hero 6- Kamloops. D. Ferner (Gassoff) with eood footaee finally Panallies Morin K wun good looiage, "nany willlams FF Wat50n FF (m nor selecting former football star and wiscanauat n-M, wiirose K Hugh McElhenny. The pilot (misconduct) show was shot in Pebble snoia on joii by Beach, Calif., and in a sports ]jj den he built atop his wife's K, swanson FF. restaurant. Attendance: 856. Then he tried to sell it to the major networks. One nibbled and kept Rotfeld on the line for nine months before finally T New west-rejecting the idea. So Rotfeld minster. Lofthouse (Berry) 5. went out and got two sponsors New Westminster. Pachai to ante up each for a "T minute in the first 13 shows 7C westminT er! and their reruns. Secord (Shmyr. Beck) He used the money to make Penalties Hiiworth MH. Phiiiipoff the Other dozen shows, then NW (majors) Bertram found a syndicator that sold Period; 8 Medldne Ha, the series to 100 Stations in Lane (Sanche) 9. Medicine Hat, 1973. nay (Bertram. Maxwell) 10. New So far, none of the legends' Westminster, Loflhouse (Berry, Beck) has been a woman, although owner Penny Tweedy did the MCNeice NW, Laxion NW. Maxwell talking for one legend, MH, vaydik MH. S GIRLS' Skate Exchange Come Down and Swap Your Old Skates On Another Used Pair APPROX. S3 EXCHANGE SKATE SPECIAL SAVE S40 Super C COM Professional Hockey Skates List Price CQ95 NowUSf CCM Citation Skates List Price AQ95 NowttJ Special Purchase! PROFESSIONAL CCM HOCKEY GLOVES Reg. NOW BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. S. Phone 327-3221 summer. "The second FREDDIE'S PRICE PAINT WALLPAPER SALE continues they did it for themselves. They had seen the first shows and they wanted to be on for the prestige." Rotfeld is a lean, brash 46 -Blue Moon takes cut in salary SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Oakland A's owner Charles 0. Finley, before facing another of his in a salary arbitration hearing Wednesday, announced that pitcher John (Blue Moon) Odom had been signed "at a cut" for the coming baseball season. The case of utility infielder Ted Kubiak, a possible starter this year, was heard in the morning and catcher Ray Fosse's case was scheduled for the afternoon. A decision was due Wednesday afternoon in the case of Sal Bando, the team captain and third baseman whose bid for a raise to was presented Tuesday. Finley had offered Bando another contract. Thirteen members of the world championship A's originally filed to take their salary disputes to binding WE ARE CLEARING 150 PATTERNS of Prepasted, Washable Vinyl Coated Wallpaper at HALF schedule Boxing 2 Exhibition All weigh! 230 7 p.m. Exhibition Pavilion All weight 231 Figure Skiting 7 Women's A 232 Pairs B Hocmy 12 p.m A-2 vs 233 (semi-final) 3 p.m B-2 vs 233 (semi-final) 3 p.m A-6 vs B-6-246 3 p.m Pincher Creek A-5 vs B-5 245 6 p.m -Taoer-A-4 vs B-4-247 9 A-3 vs 247 BENJAMIN MOORE BEST BENJAMIN MOORE INTERIOR LATEX FLAT LOW LUSTRE ENAMEL c, Factory Discontinued Colors Factory Discontinued Colors BtJ. M Rag. 12.80 gil, >l4t PRICE faOf Winston Churchill High Open 237 7 Winston Churchill High Heavyweight 238 7 Winston Churchill High Open class 238 Table Ttnnlt 9 All teams in 242 2 All learns in 243 6 AH teams in 244 Volleyball MBIMB nrntirm m piivH Va PRICE Ru 4 Oil nnirl _ 1 241 12 241 1 ntg, 4.uu quin gat Jt Va PRICE Va PRICE %pW U ot Semi Final 236. Women 10 Civic 24! 11 Civic tflin Va PRICE a OO 'A FREDDIE'S PAINT V 81 6 3rd Ave. South Phone 327-5540 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTINNOON "Where Quality Sells for Less and Service is a Odom was the seventh dropout, and his decision to sign left slugger Reggie Jackson as the only player still on the list. Jackson, reported to be seeking a raise to is 'scheduled for a Friday morning hearing in Los Civic 234 11 U of Semi 235 p.m.-U of L-Semi Flnals-235 4 U of 236 U of 236 1 p.m.-Mlddie Welghl-Yales Memorial Centre-239 1 Heavy 239 7 p.m.-Mlddle Heavy Welght-Lelhbrldge-240 7 Heavy Weight and 240 7 Heavy ;