Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
14 THE IE1HBRIDCE HERAIO Wednndoy, fcbrunry J3, 197J Tigrr tice ihrpR-yenr contract Blue, Lolicli slay away from training camp IVIrail Campbell ,-av- the lenmh of (he amount oi CAPRI HOWL WINSTON Bonnie- hflra Ily TIM-; K1ATK1) I'lir.SS Till1 pitchers in [lie Ainericiin U-acuo lasl season. Mickey l.olu-h and Vida Hlut. are Hid two "'P in training 1hi> season. manager .lini >x Relieves luiih llle coiilracl and money in it arc of Illicit, (he 'Vipers l-'J-LMine u-inner. liul apparently Is what is 'keeping Blue. Ihe league's valuable pknci1 and" Cy Young Award winner, fi-om an Oakland Aili- lelie paei. Lolich is reported lo a three-year cnntraci. while the Timers' pnlicy calls for siimlt1- vear pads. One source says both ?ifc arc close lo JBU.tHXi in the eurrent talks. But Hlue find his boss. Oak- land owner Charles 0. Finley, are mm here near as close in Iheir hassling. The left-hander made less lhaa last year tt-hen he v.on 2-4 games. Thai' prorated I'.S President lo sncgesl iliat Blue was the i-jr. mos! midcipaid athlete in the country. Blue' slavted out asking for: ?115.1100 for 19Y2. Finley started prank wit hy offering Since ihe lalks began. Fiiiley bas in-1 n-easod his offer by and HIup has dropped his demand St bolmv sinn.nno. ''Yen can be savs t Blue's lawyer. Robert GersL j "the lowest we'll go is SM.iWii." jjT' There are oilier absentees as j ?.eU. .Iniin Mariebnl. t'ne ace of i the San Franciscn staff hns yel 'n; Id lias yel Sunnv Sieherl, Roslon Red Sox' biggest winner of 1971 wilh a Il'.-Hl -.ccord, is another kind of problem. lie signed his 11172 contract Insl Fcbruary-H was a fwo- vear now is Irving lo o contact i rcnepiliale bis salary for Ihc Stone- i forthcoming season and has I missed four days of workouls. All was nol Klaom for the major league club owners Tues- day, Ihoiigh. A number of play- ers did join Ihe fold. One of Ihc top names was Hod Carcw. Hie Minncsola Twins' five-lime all slar, who signed and cstiniattMl at Kirst, bast man Jim SpcnccT, who hit in home runs lasl sezi- -s In -sif-n coiili'iicls in- i son for California, agreed to in fielders Wayne; (Inrrcll J conli'acL terms Tuesday, leaving Jim Rrmic-hamp of Nnv Hie Angels with four regulars York Mets. pitcher Denny Hid- dleberfier of Cleveland Indians and pitcher and infielder Rich Morales of Chicago While Kox. Roundup of Bowling CHURCHILL Donna Sugi- Takeda 219, D o n n ii Hcollind 707. Sherry Geklert IP.7, 187, Rrnndn DOUG'i Vera Micnolis, t'-i Vi Price 301, Ruby 731, Dorothy Hodges 233, Pal Norlln 2D3, Mickey FJIdes 1J7, Elaine Jj-l, Sandy FiscdPr 1.17, Anr. Duvrtl 2-IS, Jnycc Brown 260, Plo 27S MAJOR MIXED rlrs Wrslling 1't Louvra (7311, Jeanelle sireed 17321, Ken King 363 John Rem. I'i "I Smith 35J Jean Cn-.stic 31.1 Jrar, PtsSfY 30-1 Rcrl tffl '7511, Tak Kflt- aknm'i Isabella Bergman 321 Loii-aine Pcrslcy 320. YDC SCHOOLS BANTAMS 175, Michael Gei 71i, Greg K' I Grptiinger 141, Jacl !6J Gecf Krokosh 193, Ke> 176, Perfrrni 204. FRIDAY SCHOOLS JUNIORS AND SENIORS Gr.'lHnner 2BJ, Rick Maclean Ron Gret- 355, Bruce YOUNG ADOLTS WcDonaw 167 (7211. Linda sen 3fO Darlene Terry 1. Kovacs 279 Bernip Pohl 306 fl.irvin Hina 761 Ren ir- 753 Norman C-yulal Kim Kovacs TVo deadlocked. I for liooj) lead I and Cnpri remained; tied aflcr Llirc-o of a rcurd robin playoff to decide the Lethbridge fiiy Men's bas-j kctball Lcagiio cliampions. Doug's and Capri each came j up narro.v viciories Mon- day evening. In the ?amc Don Clain found the range for 23 pointy a? Dong's edged LDS (VI- j 6J. Jubbcr Jioopcd 17 for j man CIVIL SERVICE Sincir ;L4, Beu Sv.-aren 550 I -n S'-fieibner 190 Dick Tuk Blrtir Hurl 27" Al Tflyi- 376 Dflrb FDP 253, Ww 7S.A, Harris 331 '7371. Ca-cl Hall 25fl Wilrna Vale-' 2T-! Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS "A" DIVISION V McDcnald ?r'0, Kim TincrH! 270 Brian Ros- J.iO, Pcbln Slanlcn iro iec. Richard Moraan 177, VMt 315 John Cr.Va T2, PCCZ3 305 C-rpg Forrcsl DIVISION r Philip No 1J5. Darin fh i TJ.I, Russell JUNIORS AND SENIORS Jchn Wild- -us Linda Rcger Me Adam paced the at- tnck for Capri as they bested Cardslon 63-00. McAdam can- j nt-d 22 poinLs. Blaine Bunnage j and Orvjllc each' hud pnints in a loping cause. The nexl, games are set for this evening with LDS and Capri at seven al Ihe Civic Centre and Doug's visiting Cards ton al IB-l, Cnc-rye Oberr BANTAM GIRLS nthy 1 "5. Jennifer .Vabm MOSl, Brcnda Cnrblie 1B1, Debbie 201, Bev Salmrn Lori Bnrhflra Tolh IS'. .Sandr? CPR SOCIAL Tc-n jj.i, Vi Alma Oberq 716, Shirley 728, LovJther 2.17. Geo Malchell 361, Chrii Aflalonty 213, MarlE Hllde- 330, BUI GorriUa 293. Toronto Blues bomb Russians TORONTO (CTM Universily of Toronto Blues led all the way Tuesday night in upsetting the Russian universities all-stars 5-1 at Varsity Arena. Linemates John wilh three goals, and Pat Healy look care of the Blues scoring before a sellout crowd o! 4.800 while goallender Bnice Durno stym- ied the fast-skating Russian stu- dent national elnh Durno. 23. a firsl-year law Etudent who at Harvard lasl season, was speciaciilar in the first two periods. The only Russian goal, by Aloxey An- dreev. fJol past him with two Varsity players in the penally box and tile visitors at full slrenglli. Dnrno helped his own cause 1 moments later, clearing the puck lo Wright wlio fed licaly j for bis second goal that opened a M Toronto lead in the second period The game marked Ibe return of Canadian colleges lo interna- tional hockey after a two-year absence. The Russians play an all-star team ol Quebec univer- sity players at Verdun. Quo., to- night before proceeding lo Hie World University Student Games at Lake Placid, N.Y., next week. anfl Five- of lii.s Toronto team-males will be mi the Cana- dian student national team lhat meets Ihe Russians. United States and Czechoslovakia teams during the Games. AGT MIXED Doug Aspe-.lcl 142, Nina WaiclrnaK 541, Gloria Murkin 259, Tullie 23J, Marian Tolley 158, Bnnn Wjrhm 3JB, Elnino Anderson 210, Ricliarrt Chollnk ?S3, Del Ho-nuios Henry 5rt7, Carole Homuk'i 213 unsigned: Third baseman Ken McMullcn, pitcher Andy MCP- ser smith, second hasemnn Alomar and oulCieldcr Mickey Ilivurs. Us Angeles Dodgers reduced Iheir unsigned roll to nine play- ers Tuesday with Die signings of pitcher Bill Singer, onLficlder Manny Mota and catcher Bill Sudulds. Sal Bando, Ihe ALmctics cap- tain and Lop run producer in the 1971 baseball season, signed his contract Tuesday for the 1972 season. Sport of all sorts IlACINfi POST WINNIPEG (CP) C. S.vd- noy Halter, former Canadian Fool-hall league commissioner and named chairman of Ihc Manilolia Horse Hating Com- mission. Halter, vice chairman of Ihc commission since its inception in suceoeds Hugh Mac- Donald o[ Winnipeg, has retired. AMMCHSON ST. LOUIS (AI'i SI. Luuis Cardinals announced Tuesday they have Iradod nmning hack Mat-Arthur Lane lo Green Bay Packers for Donny Anderson, also an offensive halfback. Lane, .second in National Foothail Conference r n s h i n g nith yards in 1970, [oil off lo 502 yards in 1971, His four-sea- son NFL, lotal is yards. Anderson has a eareer tolal of yards rushing in sis NI''L campaigns. His lotal last season was 757 yards on 1116 carries. SAKHALIN SISNT DOWN PHILADELPHIA (API Dick Sni-razin was returned lo a minor league eluh hy Phila- delphia Flyers Tuesday. A spokesman for Ilia National Hockey League team said the right was sent to Richmond Rohhins of the American Hoc-key League. pended for one game following league rules regarding five prior iniscnndticl penallies, Tho- mas K. F i s h e r, league exe- cutive secrelaiy, announced Tuesday. "cd Feb. 25 _______ ui' Medicine Hal Ti-gers and Jehu liednar.ski of Winni- THREE SUSPENDED VAWnilVER (CP) Three players in the Western Canada Hockey League have been sus- uesay. Suspended Fch. 25 are Bob of Medicine Hal Tigers and Jclin liednarski of Winni- peg .Jels. .lack Mcjlliargey o[ Flin Flon is suspended Fch, 26, GAMIU.H noixo IIOAII; OAKLAND, Calif. (API Philadelphia Flyers goalie Bruce Gamble, in hospital fol- lowing a heart attack two ueeks ago, is scheduled lo go home Sunday. "I feel real Gamble said Tuesday at Merrill Hospi- tal, "but I'll just have to rest Ihrmigh Ihe summer." LADIES' AND MISSES' SPLASH BOOTS Splash -through Spring showers in style! These smart-looking rain bools have reinforced moulded sales and nre guaranjeed waterproof. Black 01 White in sizes 5-10. Misses' sizes 11 lo 3. news for cold days... -STYLED (A) FREEDOM AND COMFORT IN THIS DOUBLE KNIT SAFARI JACKET! Of 100% polyester, janilized rayon lining. 4 bullon- flop patch pocVefs, lialF be bocV. 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