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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtday, January 4, THE LfTHIRIDGE HEPUkLD Stem Can Frazier hit harder than a guy ivith a club? Inside Hockey Heavyweight Lyle 'just wouldn't die' has iniuriaied the New York Rangers more Ihan Chicago's Billy Reay. It was the Black Hawks coach who recently laid ii on the line about the high-priced Broadway sestet. "The Rangers ought 10 vin the East Division by 15 said Reay. "Ii they don't, the player; should give half their money back because their coach is being cheated." Keay's verbal harpoon merely nicked tie rip of the ice- berg. Throughout the NHL. resentment has boiled against the Rangers and their president Bill Jennings because they paid such enormous and often undeserved salaries to slaters such as Brad Part, Walt Tkaczuk, Rod Gilbert and Vic Hadiield while clubs like Chicago lost key men to the World Hockey Association. A quiet campaign has been conducted by other NHL clubs to punish the Rangers for what they have cost their colleagues in terms of terribly high salaries: not to mention the fact thai Madison Square Garden currently is renting tie rink at an exhorbitautly high cost to the WKA's New York Raiders against the wishes o: NHL moguls. What's more, the Rangers remanded that the Haiders not raid a single Rarger and won that demand in the Garden lease. "Nobody wants 10 deal with ibe Rangers ii they can help says one XHL insider. "Jennings, like Charlie Finley, will be csiraciied by the other NHL owners." Obviously, the Rangers will no; finish first by 15 points and will be fortuuae. despite their loaded lineup, to finish iirsi. Period. The feeling iCrougho-jt the league ES well as in the Rangers dressing room is that when the chips are down the Boston Bruins nave more heart then the New Yorkers. Vic HadSeld's waliout on Team Canada last September re- mains srjck in the craw of several Rangers and the memory K" Hadfield's ill-advised move continually is revived. Team Csnsda coach Harry Siaden dwells on Hadfield's quitting act in Siaden's new book ami others continue lo allude to it in the proMeration of books on the series, with Russia. One interesting report has it that one of Hadfleld's own teammaies put it neatly about Me. "Can you imagine our dressing room between the second and third periods 01 the seventh game of the Stanley Cup final with us leading Si And Hadiield gels up and says 'oksy. fellas, let's Dot quit now.' Do you think believe Mere ani fari; are asking the would WKA learns up against their NHL coraterparts? "We'd beat three or four of the NKL s-ays New York Riders coach Cirr.ilie He-Try. Without a in the Raiders would wipe out the NKL's New York Ifia.nce.-s, California Gokkn Seals. Van- couver Cianucks and Ailan'.a Flaraes m ajry best-of-seven se- ne. four games to one With Bobby Hull ia form, ihe Winnipeg Jets could do like- 10 lie Toronto Maple Leafs. Los Aareles Kings and Piiadelrhia Nobody believes that the best of the WHA lake ire NHL's fine-st in a series. But. wait a Renumber v.-ha; they were saying about Team Ccnacs last August. NHL and WKA owners r.ot talk tt> each other but that's certainly r.oi tr.e case among players from the rival ;earjes. In Philadelphia, for raarapls. goalie Bemie Parent o: the WKA Elarcrs has been giving sdvice 10 the Flyers' Doug Favell ar.d Favell makes no bones about "Serrje told me that he had welched a game of ours in Boston on TV." says Favell. "and he noiiced thst when I'm playtr.g bad I stay bars in the I go down. He's On Wayne Cashman's goal the puck hit my arm and over me. 1; I had t-een out on the of the wptii'd have gone over the Ar.cuher Blazer. Prince Derek Sanderson who does more talkirg ;'r.an placing, has remained in louch with former Bruin OK night he phoned the Bruins dressing room pr.c-r tc a caize with the the tone distance operator told assistant trainer .Tar--. ForrisiaU that i; was Sanderson on the other end. Forri- Eiill asked "i Bruiro CDaLh Tom never a Sanderson vi-re less when be learned that Derek v.as OP. -'.be wire. "Te'j him." snapped Johnson, "lia: be sail o--es SS for tickets." I Saacersan B'.arers o-rae- Eer- r-s Brov-r. :cr ice tirr.e NOT n. Gr.ce il.e nai.oriil :eain o: Canada, the corr.eir.porary To- roi.io Marie Leafs have the memory oi Syl Apps. Mai a_-d all the whers once gbry to the royal blue and white immortalized by Cccr. S-nytr.e. The crumbling o.' the Leai's empire can be attributed in par: :.i ana iack o: foresight by Punch 1m- lach i-. rus latter years ihe club. Vsfortunstely. 1m- la.-r.'s Jim Grego-. has beer, no better anc prob- ably a every- aspect of the managerial game. Bobby Bain was forced to retire due ire Mapeos" ihe.ir most prideful a-.-l, Ke.-'i-r far the team will plutnmn frc-TV. here. is a of the Lea_Y decline and fall V.cXer.r.y one. of the biggest disappoinl- U-. r.x-iev could poke fun at his iean> ..v. a cuy :n vslien ihe touring Russian team a a: Leaf GarJens as the secoixi Bobby Orr. policed i.-o "Tr.ey most tlvuit ihey're go- ing ui play u-." cracsej McKenr.y. "Wait til they find out By RED SMITH New York Times Service NEW YORK In solitary, P.on Lyle said, you sleep on a bed. get three square meals a day and take a shower twice a week but never leave your cell otherwise. The Hole is smaller and there is nothing in it but the slab you sleep on. At leasi, that's bow it was in the Colorado State Peniten- tiary in Canon City where Lyle did 90 days in solitary and 20 in The for the fight in which he was knifed. Technically, he was stab- bed to death. Twice during the seven-and-a-half hours while surgeons searched for the artery that had been cut, ms heart sopped and he was dead." "Tnst's what the doctor told me Iz'.K.'' he ssid Tuesday on the telephone from Denver. They gave him 36 pints of blood by transfusion and had him oa the critical for 14 davs When at last it was clear that he wasn't going to die ogain, they sent him to The Hole. "What about the other be was asked. "What happened to the txm wbo stab- bed "He did the same, they were a litUe fair about it. I guess.'1 This was back in 1965 when Lyle was doing 15-to-25 for murder in tie second degree, la November, 1969. he was paroled after sen-ing seven- and-a-half years. Today a: 30, be is a professional fist fight- er, ranked fourth among heavyweight contenders by the World Boding .Association tad by Ring Un- beaten in 19 bouts as a pro. he has a azie with Jerry Quarry in Madison Square Garden Feb. 9. provided Quarry isn't detached from his intellect by Randy Neu- mann Friday night. Ron Lyle was rhe third of 19 children oi William and Nellie Lyie. His father, a minister in the Pentecostal church, was a steelworier in Dayion. Ohio when Ron was born. Eight years later the family moved to Denver. Of the 17 children who sur- vived (one son was killed in only Ron had trou- ble with the law: two of his brothers are miners He was 17 when he sho: and killed a man in a street nimble. He had already done nine months in a reforma- tory for of an ice cream stand. After a mistrial on a charge of first degree murder, he was in jail for 16 months before his conviction on the lesser charge. At Canon City sports were an outlet for his hostilities. He baited .400 as a catcher on the baseball team, scored an average oi M point; a game in basketball, was quarterback on the football team. A con named Texas Johnson whipped him in his firf. amateur bout and that the lar. cine he lost. As the best athlete in the pen, he was a wall-to-wall celebrity but he rebuffed the prison Athletic director, Li. Clifford Maddax: "Man, you're a screw, I'm a coo." This changed after Lyle was knifed in a fight with i feDow worker in the prison laundy. VTms he regained conscious- cess he saw ifaddai at his bedside. "He was white and he had 2 badge, but be cared, I cried." Bill Daniels is head of a cable television company, president of the American Basketball Association and owner of the Denver Stars in the A.B.A. In 1969 he sponsor- ed the Denver Rocks, a team in the short-lived Internation- al Boxing League. He is also active in rehabilitation work with addicts, criminals and alcoholics. He visited Lyle, helped him get a gave him a job when he got out and invited Hm to join the Rocte "He won most everv title an amateur can win." Dan- iels said. "He won 25 bouts fn3 tost lour, never was knocked down or cut. ID April of 1371 bi turned pro." Dan- iels bankrolls him; Irwin Rosee of New York is man- ager of record and adviser: the United O'llnpic c-osch Bobby Lewis, is the trainer and actual manager. Manuel Ramos, the big Mexican whom Joe FrazieT knocked out ia Madison Square Garden, and Leroy Cildwell a loser from New Orleans, ar? ihe only oppon- ents Lyle haso'i knocked GUI. ''Caldwell moved i lot." he said. "It was in the Playboy Club in Lake. ub-Lake Gene- va. Wls. and we ware sup- posed to go eight rounds but they run out of time or some- thing and shopped v. afier five. Wiih Ramos. I think Bobby wanted rae to go 10. He made me just boi." Although he stopped huae Matiiis b two rounds. Lyle didn't ncet aaybedy ranked in the top 10 until lasc month when be knocked out Larry MJddteton at pi the third. Known far his heavy ngnt hand, be dropped Mid- dleton twice with boots. "We're always saying thij guy has get no left or that one's got DO right.'1 he said. "Just shows if i fighter's goi two hands, you better wstch both of "He is a beautiful persoa." Daniels says. "Doesn't smoke and never has, doesn't drink and never has, and spends his time heading the March of Dimes, visiung the boys' ranch out here and Juvenile Hall where we keep kids wbo need help. He is the single most populsr athlete in Colo- rado. And he knows be can't be beaten." asked him about .Ice Irwin Rosee said. told fan Frailer hits pret- ty hard. 'No harder than them screws with clubs.' be told me Yankee ball club sold but things stay same THE SUNSHINE SHOWDOWN' G-oras shews off his fist ID former bcxinj Arc'nie Mccre in Oc'iland c! a luncheon for the presi. ie'; fpr Jcmaico ord his Jen. 12 heavyweight title fight with charn- p.on Joe Proper a bcttle which the prcmcters ceil "the sunshine shcHoswn." Moore is in Fcrerr.cn ccmp cs en ''ocvisc-." Bruce always returns, is it worth the gamble? ALBERT SHAPIRO PLEASE NOTE: Exchange Date for gifts purchased at ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL Expires January 15th, 7973- ALBERT'S MEN'S Si. S. TORONTO Gamble stopped 'nwkey for several reasons but ho always gets back the Always a io-jmeymsri feidora 2 regular, the old native of Tnunder Bay. Ont.. now sx-ouis for Phila- celphia Flyers c: the National Hockey Gar.tble reilly wan; i: bu: his jfe career lX3ck las: in a garfj? Caiucks in Gamble had a rxx going wi'ji Phiiaoo'.pi-iia bin in ihe il-Jrd period he and cjulon': p.: Ke hsc had a He replied ihe n revtii; jayirg r.skixi his iiei'eiver.-.ar, R-.rry Asb.Liee hi: hir.i and i: was iwNxly liked i: in Phibdelphia a lot. and I f.naily bp money." faic :hs father a1, three "1 fi.c- ured ihe four. >ears I'd ri.'king rafy, SoOAM. Th.v.'d do thir.c1- lor person." The he h.-d signed for Kxi.'X1) fo? :he soa- P 14 he says. "I ".155 tbe iho-gh. ihe Swc; aiier. he "I e-rjoy ihe feliow'shiD o: the s. prcny good buncii. It'll be OSEV." a mar. who cr.ce aycd cu: of rovidence. Sprincfieid and a1.! ihe Na- Hockey Leacje riiiks. lives iTi Toror.to ar-c racing 011 Sunday nnadvisable cr Plans to hold hi'rw pari- on nui S-undays durbs: the Calgary' Exhibition :he Aiberta Day Sasi seou! rjch r'aces as Kitch- ener. PKerborouca and Osh- awa. "There's a lot o; rime on yrcr hands." says me man who has become a profes- sional s; pecking suitcases. "I jee maybe three, four gamss a but there's DO: much :o do ail day. I thirj; I cculd L' somfiliL-i: like thsi NEW YORE Base-" ball's tradition-rich New York Vankees were sold Wednesxlay with CBS receiving S3.; Tnillim less than it paid for the Ameri- can League in 1934, "It's the best buy in sports to- dsy." said Oevslsnd ship- builder George Steiahretmer. part of a iiVtraa which paid the 510 mil- lion cash for the Yankees. "The Yankees belong in Yan- kee Sadium. .And. they should always be winners. We don't plan to move anywhere except upward in the standings." Michael Burke, a former CBS vice president assigned lo oper- ate the Yankees, nefotisicd UK purchase wuh his former bcss. William Paiey. presidert of the petwork. Burke, who remains as Yan- kee said CBS "broke evea" over the years despire the reduced selling price. He said some years were [inaD- caEy profirable. "CBS was z go-Dd crwrjer. oae that showed psrienc-e arc strength during difScul; he said. E.MBARRAS5ED AT L05ING Burke, no longer associated with CBS. admitted the was embarrassed Et titnes lo a team that had become a loser after dominating rr.ajo: ieagne baseball for over 40 years. New York's piasm'pers were anisic failures compared to the old days. The Y'enks had won 2? 14 of the last the nerwurk look control. la the eight seasons i since. New York finished no higher iiaa third under the CBS eye. AtteMinee Silaiaped lo ?56-S2S ii the Erst time the Yan- kees failed to craci S nun'on since IMS. Meanwhile, the Mets were packing in I.1S4.JB5 across town. Ralph Eo-jk spied E three- year extension to his contract as Y'ankee manager late last summer. Houk. as the res3 o: the orgaDinstion. '-wiii remain is'-act.'' said Burke.. Seinhreaner. 43. his dabbled Li stxrts ownership before. He c.rce had Cleveland Pipers of Abe Sapersedn's ill-fated Amer- ican Basketball League. He cur- roiUy owns a chunk o; b the Naaona! Baskeiball AXDY CAPP Chollack fires in four goals A four-goal performance by Richard rnoiiack propelled Miner's Ubrsry to ar. easy 15-5 victory over Purity Bording in the second game o: sched- uled double-Teaoer in City Bee- resiion Hoisey LeaTde action Wednesday night. The win erubied the Miner's to gain sole possession of first place as they broke the deso- itck wii the Labor Club, wbo had 10 wiih a draw ihe I" of L Pronghoms ir. the opeiing game ot the Ir. iie Miner's Bottlers con- Chollack picked u? seven points for the rught as he can- ed three assists along with his were or. a point-spree as he racked up seven poinis on three coals and four helpers while f. Tex VTif be chipped in with a pair of markers! Single goals caine the stick? of Bob Reid. Brian Mur- tn. Bob BosweU and Jerry Hect scored and Das Faskuski. Murray Brown and Dave once each for the BottJers. wbo trail- ed f-i afier two periods. Mear.while irj the game o: the the Labor Chjh held a conrriandinc 2-0 ai'.er two periods of p a y 3 shon-handea Proac- homs clch. Ai Rowarrea and Ti.-n N'ec- rello fired Li 2 202! each for the Labor Club while and Der-ris Kisio man- third periix: for the Praajhoms.' Learu; Ectior. v-1" raaiiue ior.irh: the Pror.shorns Lhe LCC for ar. S D.m. at M-. said ho ye'. :o hesr from the Sjmtvdo ixvcxi its plans b'.i: lopslatior. it -1 even lyrse r.ice-: on Toronto Rl'N CLL'B LcT.l" plan absentee as far as. nmning the Ysr.kees concerned." said the of the American Ship- Co. K Cleveland. T'- no; going lo pretenc somethi-.c we I'll slick to building ships." "I a guy The announcement of the sale r.'.or? mcce came in a privaie club ai Ya> He'd another kee Stadiur.i. unlfornis or. -JTO go when Yank srrats decked the wall. i'rv w-'ncn No. 3 of Bahe Rurh. the 4 rf shoAi'id n bed Bo> Gehric. .Vv be had Mickey Mantle's 7. Rent-a-Truck MEMBER FORD RENTACAR SYSTEM Need o Truck One Ton (Open or Covered) Economy Cars Pinto Maverick Torino Kevis o: -.he Ami-. -.c.ir. MMU 1 IIIIU IUIIIIU ANGIi: c.-.-; .0 in SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES is o: Ivra-; u-ii: i.-nv Kiltie Shore tor S-.-.-.xv o: ire. he ilie IV.nJiins NOW! Ihe i-iovstors racing is of' the by Uw National FORD SALES LTD, When oVmoiix! to Rix-hestor cf the Anii'rio.ni l.o.icik' wil.'i Ixvn sold National lampions Co. under a C.T5 million oontrflct. NBC Avenut end M.M. Drive S., lethbridge the Toronto Maple .Ian. the came with the Co- 1234 Phone 37S-S841 tlw late 60s. ho Rorollc Broadcasting System. Put he c.mie unless Nn. he the sirJi con- loa.oie .is a r.'..in the J'l'.i nil the si.1 t sold in o He M-d sellout of Lie Super IViwl. has h.id .1 liV.il e.iv'li TfT DCMT A TAD FORD REm-A-lAn 1N> List to wiVi: A f.i, wo-.i'd 0.1 POM' V ;