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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 So does the World Football Northmen i Purchase of Argos worries CFL TORONTO (CP) The Canadian Football League is faced with the task of trying to arrange the purchase of Toronto Argonauts from John Bassett to eliminate an alleged conflict of interest. Only tentative interest in an Argo takeover has been shown by a handful of prospective buyers, including Harold Ballard, president of Maple Leaf Gardens Meanwhile, the CFL is look- ing nervously over its shoulder at the new World Football League Toronto Northmen, headed by John F. WHAPA's director blasts agreement CHICAGO The new executive director of the World Hockey Association's players' union Friday criticized the agreement between the WHA and the National Hockey League as detrimental to players of both leagues. Ron Roberts of Dallas, recently named general counsel as well as executive director of the WHA Players' Association, said at a news conference he doubted the WHA owner? made "a good deal" in resolving a court dispute with the NHL. An agreement was approved Tuesday in a Philadelphia federal court specifying that the two leagues respect each other's player contracts, play a limited number of exhibition games and drop all court claims and counter-claims Roberts said the WHA owners were "somewhat generous" and overlooked the fact the NHL's substitute for their court-challenged old reserve clause, a one-year option clause, would hinder progress of the WHA The one-year option, similar to pro football's contract, will require an NHL player to play out his option before gaining free agent status The WHA has no such contract restriction on a player Roberts, who said he also represents a dozen NHL players said the one-year option "severely restricted" bargaining power of NHL players wanting to jump to the WHA "In the long run. the WHA's progress towards gaining parity with the NHL depends on attracting more and better players, and any barrier in FERGUSON BACK TORONTO (CP) Centre George Ferguson has been recalled by Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League from their Oklahoma City Central League farm club Ferguson was sent down at the start of the season with the Leafs' promise that if he played well, he would be brought back to Toronto. getting established NHL players will impede that progress I am advising NHL players who are my clients not to sign any contract with the one-year option clause Whalers to move BOSTON (AP) New Eng- land Whalers of the World Hockey Association and the Aetna Life Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., are expected to announce the club's move to Hartford at separate news conferences today. The Whalers officials will meet with the press at 9 a.m. EST in Boston. Aetna, reported to be the major purchaser of the club, has scheduled a p.m. news conference in Hartford. Some 15 Hartford investors are involved in the deal. The Boston Globe reported Friday that the sale of Robert Schmertz's 37.5 per cent of the WHA champions would pave the way for the move. The seat Hartford Civic Centre, not due to open until March 1, 1975, would be the future home of the Whalers. Until they can move in, the team will play in the Eastern States Exposition Hall, in Springfield, Mass., the paper said. That is the arena used by Springfield Kings of the American League. The Whalers' move could also kill a proposed sports arena for the South Station area, The Globe reported. Outgoing Whalers' owner Schmertz was a prime mover in that million project. Schmertz owns Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association and is co-owner of the New York franchise of the World Football League. The other spinoff from a Whalers exodus could be that the American Hockey League Boston Braves, who have been playing in Bramtree, Mass., will stay in town. The Braves had been looking for a new home, The Globe said. DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern Alberta Fire-Auto-Personal- Commercial DOUG BOYER Sales Representative 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 Fabulous powder conditions i PlNM Itnl SKI SHOP for Up lt-4itt Ski MitiMS it SMW VUlty. FW taHnr nrfomitiM PHONE FENNIE 604423-4438 Bassett Jr., son of the Argo owner, who plan to move into the Canadian National Exhibition Stadium in competition with the Argos. The CFL wound up its anriual meetings Friday after appointing a committee of commissioner Jake Gaudaur, league president James Hole of Edmonton and vice- president Ralph Sazio of Hamilton to examine possible purchase of the Argos. Bassett challenged the league to buy him out when he was confronted with charges Last action. Tim Morton, 2, of the Buffalo Sabres, is shown here Wednesday night in It was Morton's last game as he was killed in a single-car accident Thurs- day morning. Funeral services will be held Monday. i Saskatoon target of women curlers VICTORIA (CP) The best of Canada's women curlers will be out to stop Saskatoon, and that puts the pressure on Emily Farnham in the Canadian women's curling championship which starts here Sunday. The skip of Saskatchewan's champions, Farnham will at- tempt to bring'the national trophy to Saskatoon for a sixth straight year. With Saskatoon established as the stronghold of women's curling the pressure is expected to be placed on the Saskatchewan; rink even FLEMN6 MOTORS LTD. Sales Reprointitivi SPENKUSSIMTHWMTE Mr. Manager of Flaming Mot- Ltd. is plassad to announce the appoint- ment of Mr. Spence as Sales Representative for Flem- Spenca would like to extend an invilallun to Ms many friends and acquaintances to' come E Am imi AUTO rani. before the first rock is thrown at 8 p.m. local time Sunday. The 10-rink. round-robin continues with twice-a-day draws through to next Thursday. If a playoff is required, it will be held at a.m. Friday. Saskatoon's domination began in 1969 when Joyce McKee led the province to the national title. Doranda Schoenhals retained the honors for Saskatoon the following year. Then it was Vera Pezer's turn. With Miss McKee playing second, the Pezer rink captured the Canadian title the next three years. Completing the strong Pezer rink were third Sheila Rowan and lead Lee Morrison. The rink's reputation hit a new high last year after winning its third straight title. Invited to play an exhibition match against the reigning Canadian men's champions, the Pezer foursome scored a 5-4 victory over the Winnipeg foursome skipped by Orest Meleschen. This season all four members of the Pezer rink decided to retire from competitive curling. But if the absence of the Pe- zer nnk from this year's com- petition was expected to throw the field wide open. Saskatchewan supporters can't see it Famham's rink has estab- lished a reputation of being able to "hit" as well as any man's rink The knockout game helped establish the Pezer rink as undisputed champions, and Sas- katchewan observers rate this year's provincial champions as being from the same cast. Completing the Saskatchewan rink are third Linda Saunders, second Pat McBeath and lead Donna Collins. he was in a conflict-of-interest position because of his son's interest in the rival Northmen. Gaudaur said Friday Bassett gave the league 15 days to reply to his offer "but the sale period would be extended to permit an amendment to the constitution to purchase the club." Gaudaur said the league does not want to take over the Argos, but hopes to find a suit- able private investor. Gaudaur said he had received four inquiries already, including, two long distance telephone calls, since Bassett's offer to sell for million was announced. "I don't know whether they were bona fide offers or said Hole. "But the thing that bothered me was that two of the calls were collect." Ballard, who controls Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League through his Gardens holdings, expressed mild interest in buying the Argos, but said he would first want to examine the records. Gaudaur said earlier in the week he did not want to see the WFL Northmen competing in CNE Stadium against the Argos, the most profitable club in the league. But Bassett, who had veto rights at CNE Stadium, already had given his son permission to seek a contract to play at the CNE. The CNE board of directors Friday approved such a contract in principle but passed it on for final approval to the Metropolitan Toronto executive committee. John F. Bassett Jr. said he expected no problem in getting the contract cleared through the executive committee. Metro chairman Paul Godfrey said Friday he welcomed the Northmen and disagreed with critics who thought Toronto could not support two pro football teams. In other business on the final day of the CFL meetings: was authorized to draw up a franchise draft plan to determine how prospective new teams at London and possibly. Halifax would be stocked; London bid for entry into the league was not consid- ered but further presentations are expected within a month. CFL approved a record CBC television contract of million and granted to the football hall of fame in Hamilton and to the Canadian Amateur Football Asso- ciation. deadline for teams to declare their rosters of 17 Canadians and 15 imports was set at midnight, July 20. The 1974 season opens July 24. LCI Rams edge Gaels The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams scored a narrow 39-32 victory over Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels in a exhibition high school boys' basketball game Friday night. Ross Blackmer and Ron Shemanchuk led the Rams attack with 11 points each while David Janzen notched 11 for the Gaels. In a "B" boys encounter, the LCI Colts upended Coaldale junior varsity Meanwhile Calgary Bowness Trojans came up with a slim 67-53 victory over the Magrath Zeniths in another exhibition boys' game last night in Magrath. Kevin Anderson paced the Zeniths with 17 points while teammate Don Mehew chipped in with 14. In the "B" boys' match, the Magrath Eagles edged Calgary Borsness 53-47 with Ljtnn Marker leading the way with 13 points. Rob Rollingson also chipped in with 12 points. The leader Kermit Zarley has the second-round lead in the Jackie Gleason Classic but veteran Sam Snead is giv- ing him a run for the money. Zarley in lead., Snead one back FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) Hermit Zarley moved into the lead and Sam Snead made another run for glory Friday in the second round of the Jackie Gleason- Inverrary golf tournament. Zarley, who has won twice in 10 years on the tour, played the Inyerrary Country Club course in 70 and had a five-under total of 139. Snead, 61, who tied for second just last week in the Glen Campbell-Los Angeles Police follow Miller FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla (AP) United States Open champion Johnny Miller was accompanied by two uniformed, armed police in his first two rounds of the Jackie Gleason Golf Classic. The police wore the uniform of the Lauderhill police department. "They're just there for added gallery one tournament marshal said Friday. "I don't know what the whole story Miller said. Jack Tuthill. tournament director for the tournament players division of the Professional Golfers Association, said he understood that Gleason tournament officials had requested additional security after an anonymous telephone threat had been reported at the Los Angeles Open last week. At that time, Los Angeles tournament officials said the telephone threat was "vague and general and seemed to contain the idea to kidnap some pro players." The FBI and local police were informed "and the approrpriate action taken." No further threats have been received at this tournament Tuthill said. Open, moved into contention again with a four-under par 68 and was just one stroke back at 140. "It's the best putting round I've had in said Snead. Snead, who scored the last of his record 84 tour victories in 1965, was tied for second with defending champion Lee Trevino who shot a second consecutive 70. The large group at 141, just two strokes out of the lead, in- cluded Chi Chi Rodriguez, Tom Kite, Jim Dent, Buddy Allin. Leonard Thompson and Sam's nephew, J. C. Snead. Rodriguez closed up with a 68. Thompson, Snead and Kite had 69s while Allin and Dent scored 70s. Jack Nicklaus, the pre- tournament favorite, got off to bogey-double bogey-bogey start but rallied for a 73 and 147 and survived the cut for the final two rounds today and Sunday. While Nicklaus lost four strokes to par on his first three holes, Snead gained that many. He used only 27 strokes on the greens. Tom Weiskopf, winner of seven titles in four countries last year, failed to qualify for the final two rounds for the second time this season. Weiskopf unproved from an opening 77 to 71 but missed the cut by a single stroke. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION Mon., Feb. 25 p.nv NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH THE STUMPER ft HOUiTAIH MM! WU1MRSOR THE KfWB ft LAME 6 rlRRBlE HARRY UTTLE REAR n REHY RARBREZ St watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV ATTENTION HOCKEY PLAYERS BERT MACS CYCLE still has a good selection of Skates Sticks Gloves Pads Paul Henderson Helmets BERT MAC'S HOE LTD. Phont 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL HOLIDAY VILLAGE Mil? Wooldridge 258 (728) Irene Lynde 273 (698) Alice Kohbas 248 Irish Cook 288. Pat Plomp 285. Beth Flak 255. Lois Aucom 278. Gladys Going 249, Erma McGuire 309 (704) Dena Smith 302 (765) Renate Waltser 251. Maria Jokuty 240 Laura Peake 246 Mel Rnnertv 277 VASA LODGE Nick Blanchi 262 (732) Linda Zombon 224 Slim Berry 249 Leora Ness 246. Will Ness 217 Bud Grouette 271 Emery Field 243 Doug Hegland 249 Asta Cederberg 245 Arvid Oseen 230 ALBERTA AGRICULTURE George Siegl 231 D McDowell 242. Helen McDowell 207 Lilly 243 A Hunt 230 H Hames257 Rose Mous 218. A Szentes 212. Rod Chernos 218 PEPSI Ed Carpenter 256 Karl Campa 289 (822) Herman Elfrmg 252 Linda Elfnng 228 Chris McTighe 222 Bob Malcomson 229. Rob Brown 221 Joanne McTighe 212 SENIOR CITIZENS Howard White 221 Len Milner 250 Bert Madill 253 Grace Madill 238 Norah Hofforth 290 (700) Bill Rilev 241 Harry Long 237 Bill Jensen 234 (701) Kathleen Bernhart 365 (782) Hjalmar Nelson 256. Nick Bianchi 314 (869) Bill Doram 251 Ralph Thompson 251. Bern Carrier 258 Jim McPike 285 (790) Bill Harrison 256 Murray Beazer 260 Dunne Pedersen 277 (735) Jess Matlock 249 Rudy Van Ryan 249 Edith Voth 328 (882) Oonnis Foder 276, Alex Michalenko 258 CLASSIC TRIPLES Jean Passey 302 (1017) Steve Pedersen 336 (1003) Elaine Brown Jack Smeed 318 (1173) Karlyn Spitzer 288 Dianne Violim 279 (1038) Al Smith 295 Hugh Christie 291 Ken Kurtz 388 (1180) CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Heather Kennedy 242 Cheryl Fleming 285 Joan Milton 279 Donms Foder 242 Marge Legge 252 Cynthia Milligan 283 (752) Vi Howell 290 Mary Noss 285 (743) Joyce Marsden 254 Linda Kish 272 Nellie Conrad 239, Linda Duval 239 MARTINIZING Judy Chapman 293 Angele Morrison 264 Liz Robertson 265 Doreen Wilson 265 Jean Passey 299 Isabeile Bergman 283 (765) Masa Goshmmon 262. Marg Belliveau 264 May Hiebert 275 Pat Henderson 262 ORT FANS By GARY KIRK Do you know who was the first National Hockey League player to start to use the curved stick' The man who pioneered the curved hockey stick was Stan Mikita of the Chicago Black Hawks you imagine one team having four different head coaches in jutl one It happened in the National Basketball Association When Toronto was in the league in the 1946-47 season, Ed Sadowski started as their coach. He was succeeded after 12 games by Lew Herman... he left after one game and was replaced by Dick Fitzgerald after three games he was gone and Red RoHe look over for the rest of the season. Of all the hockey players today, which one has the hardest shot7 A recent poll was taken, and most experts say that Bobby Hull SHI) has the hardest shot in hockey I Bet you didn't know that Uniroyal Steel Betted Radiate have 75% more hazard protection than conventional 4 ply Was fares. 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