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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 r- inff for Canada for 1976 Games CBC feels it could be host broadcaster TORONTO iCF1 The believe? it has the ana equipment t.1 tv host broadcaster the 1976 Olympic Montreal but has not a commitmer.t front :ho Olympic organizing com- Don Ciooo CBi' Sports, said Thurs- s'l.uerr.ent "ved a rccort from Mon- th.v: the American f-oiVJisting Corp. will pay joj for U.S. tele- vision rishts to the Sum- SULLY SAYS 1 -By Pat Sullivan Finlev liockev terrible k_, "ABC r.o; brir.z in all its C-ar.-es: nor wl'l another na- comniinee s lo pro'.-ide a bos'. Service held 101 Clemente C.VROLISA. ?.H. '.AP'1 "Wo believe CBC' car. cc service v.-as held this ar.J expec-. who tiierl i- :.os: broadcast wild be the 2 eras: en New Year ricrls for Canada Amcr.c :he mocmers of cu the operator riscl-a" but cemed ir.c orrar- ras feceral ;c_ Clerrrrie men: frr 5-P million lo ?--j-'Ki frt u- ir.e brcadcas KECOVER SOME COSTS 1 "It has been proved Li par. chur-ir. rlt far s ".'x_l.i; studies TO PAY RESPECTS --r s c--e- c- far from me Fue-- r cr. v.e the CL-X'S i-xy has ere: :y Brown, Little. 49er lead on All-Pro :x CT- could sorl. aj 2 arx Bv THE PRE55 H-TT-. "ho ,-P :_-r CT the '_ .fic.r Caklard', Ohlllpic bid IT- AJP "recei-'erl C T 1 a -0-3 __ -__. I oL-o c- iV :rr '.-ere o: IO C'dJI rrff" :t San Fri-r-jco '.he c-iher Ski rCpOlt cf Oakland Raiders, p l.VFF "_.. _._ _ ;LT this slim; ise _f ____ ;fi i-OMS tirVo-ts. A BIT of eventhing Marty Maxwell, one oi the middle son? of Lhe sports-minded Stan Max- well family, left Thursday monung for Huntington Hills. Calif, where he hopes to earn a baseball scholarship If who played with the senior Lethbridge Lakers last summer. lar.ds a spot ot the club he will receive a full scholarship Here's hoping he makes ;t Even i: he should nnss. the experience will be great for the talented your.; man No; oniy that, it will take them until spring to find out anyway ar.d he'll miss all the cold Jack Vanderhilt, I thought quit go- ing to hockey games vvhe- I hung up ray skates, still ;s a farmiiar at most games He and his son Pete i or Repeat as his uncle's r.ame is Petel just frrrn trip throug.i ihe Oka.nagan and Jack me he and Fete wers almost ashamed, to come ana face the poor crowds at tho "We didn't see a crowd oi" less man l.iOO while 'A ere .tearing the 3.000 mark" he said Jack says they took in games in Knmlivps, Femictcn and Verr.on He also said "ar.d a losing club is no excuse ior poor fan support TV? of the the still supported therr." Jim Plunkett, Naw Englarvd Patriot quarterback, pressured by cr> posirg iinetttet: during dismal sophomore season says, "despite has hardened. I dot'i think I've deve'.-re-r! Krv bad habits i- the >-av 1 release the ball, cut 1 use a l_tt.e more time in picking up my Bill Grabarkewiti, cr.e ct five Dodger rlav ers traded t.> California Angels f.rr Andy Messersmith and Ken McMullen. wculd iiie to know v.-as the throw-in player in the deal. Frank Gene Tenace, hero for tne Oakland Athletics in the 197; World Series, says he is expecting a contract in tne mail from Charles Finley "If 1 1-ke it. I'll" says Tenace it isn't what I want, i 11 send it back But no matter what happens in cur negotiations. I'll never hire a lawyer I'm vcrth" A lawyer fouled up Vida Blue Dan Shu'a. ciach cf the Miami Dolphins, v a-is the Super Bowl r.vire than -ilse As rruis "ever-" hall zam.e 1? a ster> v-a. tnai ycu win the Stw." Ray Scort, new cc-ach of the Detroit Pistons in the Nstional Basketball As- sociation, is nc-t ail that the center in the A center'can set awav w-.-.h a li't cnrre he's established a reputalicn Will Chamber- lain, ior example, practically >ves in the three-second Johnny Peirson, a ti-rmer National Hockey League on the cpemnc game defeat r-_ Team Canada r.v the Russians "it's nice M r? in en histcry. but i didn't think it br Dunkirk." Father Daniel Berrigan, after ser.'m; a rr.srr. term for acii'.ny If the FBI went far encush I I never like-i iii'tball Jerry Kramer, firmer Green Bey Packer I ycu more tnan bas'-trtra.l? Mrs. Laura Quit- ici, hearlnr. thai her Frank had been r.ame-rl man- ager if the Minnscrfa Twins 'Oh, the kirl." Ani Dr. Karl Kapp. a', a c-nferer.ce en the be si manv vehicles, it wr-uld be OAKLAND i'API Chsrles 0. Fin.ley was recalling !ne aeony and ecstasy he has en- recently es ovraer c: lescue sports franchises. 1 I GO not b'.arje but ir.yself. I coined." ho said, h descrlbms the sorry cf Californis Golcen Seais. his money-losing National Hockey team. i "This is our year to drsv; sn absolute cunimum K" or.e and onff-half million he1 said, tiimmg to the pleasant of Oakland Aihietics, world chsrapions. occasion vras a i rr.ursday of Series fiim. b-jt Finiey spoke nic-stly o; hockey 2; 3 ference beforehand. "I'd like to arolodre to '.be- hockey fans of this area for not i havaie ES good s teara as I'd hoped for." Flaky said an an- r.ouriced that be was curing L'ckf: prices in hai" for TO rtracinms home games on ihe schedule. Cali'omia. a r-ro-nisir'i: you-.s team last season, is in ias: place Li the Divi- sion. reason frr L--C collapse is the jurr? bv i for- 'Seal? to 'ie vTcrid Eociey "i cc-uii do about i-." rtJej- saii. iendLig fortzer ccac'-. ar.c Young vi-is -esponsible. Vou-.f Mveral players las: sr-rir.; and rummer :o wo- out of line with their [slenis. Finley said, and told [he rhey had received much less money tian the coo- tracts actually called for. "Xot a hockey orpert, I turned ire entire operation over [o Mr. who I had faith and confidence in." Finky said. that' coo- fidence n-as, you might be- trayed." The owner said he does nrt plar. io any legal action Y'oiine. WM resigned Nov. Young cave players so much SSO.OOO to second-year deiencejcan Dick unsiBied players on the same sca'e have brought imandil ruT. Finley said. Y'oung vras. not available for comment. Young told Finler that mor.d signed for S30.000. oimer said. Tbe ivas traded to Chicaco Black Hawks las; fall. olid M-e trace tin? Be- cause you car.'t preserve har- rnor.y or. a tea.-, -hen one player is receiving about S3.000 -bn is jus: ss good as another i-rx> is Fialrr said. 5Prrt PLVN5 MARRIAGE LC5 ANGELES (API swirjimiriZ champion MS.-S vUi mirrr srjcer.t Susan WeLier not May, i: T.-as ETjiouriced Th-jrsday. 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