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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDC-E HEHAI.D _ Lire SAVER Or THE MONTH S'eele-s' It ivus almost all his Like it or not Eagleson ran Team Canada show OTTAWA (CP> Whether you were thrilled by the lasi- minute victory of Team Canada in rail, or embar- rassed by their sntk-s on and oil the ice, the dis- credit belongs to Eagieson. Douglas Fisher, colimuiist for TVromi) Sun ar.d chairman of Hpciey Canada's executive writes that rve nio- men-.ous Russia-Canada iwokey tournainen: u-ss Eagieson's op- "He set pattern." says i I-'isher in International Per- thi; bimonthly jounvJ ci the external affairs depart- IEMK. Eagleson is executive director of the NHL Players Association ard a director of Hookey Can- ada. A lawyer, he bargains for pavers in contract negotiations iviiii :he Nariooal Hockey League. To he is also "a fast islier. 3 fast thinker, one of the I best natural salesmen and tra- ders I have ever met. "Metaphorically, he was at the throttle of the series jugger- naut: we were the passengers. to straighten up the ac- counts after it was all over." as an insider in Hockey Canada. Fisher recalls hew Eagleson took conrro! of the team, its players and the series itself. He even named the team. By the time he and coach Fivers become competitive Allen's pact extended PHILADELPHIA y 'vVes: Basfcrni ssid the Eovecmer! as i: iirst by Prime Tn_ceau. erzir.c-5: said it v.'iii rot provide money :'cr the Olympic Game? eiirie from which can be obiained UBr der A budge: has been submiited ;o :r-nr? icderal by the orsaniziiiE com- for ihe 1976 said outside the that ihe bucse: doe Bob Pi- ckrn. presidcr.t of the Manitoba Cvrling Association, says there "ill be no umpires to po'ice the ru'ss during the provincial, playoffs, Cornmpniins on a ciecis'on bv the So'jEhern Alberta Oirling As- sociation to use umpires in the Calgary cry zone p'.syoffs. Pi- ckeri said Manitoba reaction is mixed and the association plans to watch the national situation ard see what happens Umpires also be present at the men's final in' March in Edmonton Picker; said Manitoba repre- sentatives will be about the rules, parncuiariy the infraction of sliding over hog lire. the prorincisi president said curlers must eiLber their celivenes or "there v.iL be such a rr.e.5s in Ed.Ttor.o- LIE; the' curlers will put up a h'je and cry and have the rule c'rsriEed. "Then aeain. if the urr-Dires prove successful, we'll adopt the same system in Manitoba next year." champion Ores! Meles- chui Edmi-ji he and members of h.s ri-.k violate the rule as it is stated, "bu; so does everyone else. "It's just s matter of de- gree and I can't see where nm. p.re the answer. Tre only ihuig that bothers me is that crjy the old men are tr.uig to ran the game are complaining. How many do you" bear complain- .More sport 011 page 10 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES 4LBERT1 HOCKEY SCORES WSRLD More proof nice guy reallv do finish last B> T1IF. PRF.5? ccrr.in? in _r tor.al Ba.Sfieti.ai Association B to score points. r FIseMhere. the Ne-r Y tro KrJcks C: 5-.1. "I Over ornsr.s -i o-. the press uh.e and tir.ie. Bu'v-- s.v.v o-.vr.tr Irv featwl B'.az Knsloff. I guess he tried to ir.7.- "Fies t.y) ncp a piv. He Stale Warriors Dc-t- Ther'ino tirriB like now la buy a Snow Blower DURING OUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! 8 H.P. Rtgula, 599. f t n Q Now Only J4O7 5 H.P. Regular SS43 Now Only InternaJional Harvester y' Sa.'es Service 304 Stafford DIIVI Phong 327-3125 Ch-cajo's Girield Hea-d ar.d T-1T5' FieJ Car er fcw- Li; honors v.ith 27 NC--.V York'; Dave rhere. HE Et1 aii-r.sr rar-e "nrter fir time eariier :n th? 'r-v a vth :n t.j r.U'tse tho the Ki.lE.- a K rxxnti ry'KC-Orr.i'-.G's Arch br-'.r. f'.'.'.-.n Hsyoi :s an--] crahr-i-d 212 retio'inrli to lead Bait.rr.ore Poniar.d A ;nrce-pr.i.-t piny by JIT. pfi Houfton. iVa'il ar.ri Pf-to vich the u-.nors u'.'.h 26 fr.lts GV.'ic'n Stale's Ru-k Barry, fli-tcr.-d hv ,1 pu.-.ch from De- tnit's r'red rV.ster in the (irst reciv.crcri to 23 :o Ic.'ri the Warriors pas the Bu.'f.ilo's front line of Elmore Smitfi. Boh McAdixi and Boh K.iufi'm.'in cnnbinr-d for W f-i-n'.- :.r.ii Ihp en- tire team m uclory over UK I illcn. ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES t SERVICE 403 lu An (ovtli Mwit 377-SMl or 377-U4J ;