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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January 19, 1973 THE LtlMBklUOE rltKALD H The Woolf mil be at plenty of doors for Derek Entire WHA disappointed in Sanderson SANTA ANA, Calif. (APj- Derek Sacderson's atutude created an impossible situa- 'Jop. and he may never play again in the World Hockey Association, league president Can- Davidson said Thurs- day. ''The league as a whole was very disappointed iri'j Derek's attitude at Hie first of the year and the fact that he hadn't repotted to camp with the same decree of interest some of the others, Davidson Philadelphia Blazers gave Sanderson a reported SI mil- lion settlement of his 10-year, contract Tuesday, making Lhe centre a free ager.t. He now may negotiate v.-ith any team in the VTHA, but Davidson said he doubts thai Sanderson will receive any offers. "I don't think he'll ever end up in the He'll either go back to Bosiort or won't play, or Boston can trade rights to another National Hoclcey League team.'' Sanderson WES a star for Boston Bruins for five years, developing Lhe reputation as one of the MIL'S premier penalty killers. Ye'-, said Davidson, ''he may be in a position where he has priced himself off the market." He- and Bobby Hull, former Chicago Black Hawk who jutiped to the WHA's Winni- ppg franchise, were the big- gest names IQ be lured to the WHA from the NHL. "Bobby Hull is a pnme ex- ample cf a guy who went all cut to help the league and other said David- scn. 'The guy Sanderson has to provide some other promo- tional services. "He received a cash raent a compromise. If he had siiad, his eoatrae: v.'ould have sbov.-ed he had not met all his obligations.'1 Dai'iijn ivouJd not say how much the settlement was. nor would the Blazers. The SI mil- lion "might he" high, he said. Does the Sanderson case tarnish fte WHA image? '-Voi at ail. Sanderson's poii'Jon as an individual is unicue. Most people vil! say v.'e made a gocd decision.1; "Whether that was due to a series of injuries or bad breaks, no one will ever know. He definitely did not add to the lustre of the Phil- adelphia team." Sanderson suffered a back injury early ill the season, re- quiring hospital treatment. WKQ he was out of the hos- pital and ready to play. Phil- adelphia ownership sourced over his rich coatrsc: and he was ordered sidelined. 'LCC Koditilis at home ticice ANDY CAPP Proiighoriis face Golden Bears The University of Lethbridge Golden Bears, xvlro were re- they also realize ihs: victories Fronghorns will have their cently rated number five in m the tv.'o Canada V.'est Uni- hands full on the weekend as the nation by Cooper of Can- verrlty Basketball League they host the fifth best colleg-; ana, tonight and again Sanrr- games are a must. ia'.e basketball club in toe coun- day night, try. Just the idea of beating the The Pronjliorrs will enter-. highly rated Golden Bears Golden Bears currentiy lead league v.T'.h an record the Pncghcms Vni- taia the Vniversity of Alberta enough for Pronghorns. but versiiy of British Columbia South curling scene beehive of activity LUCKY members cf the Lelhbridge S' Club will take part in ihe Alberto prcvir sv.'im championships this v.-eekend in Edmcntcn. L culb officials are hopefjl cf a number of Alberta rec take on the Blarcrs. i: Saints and coals scored in the handed Chlcsgo t'.rs; IS at Quebec be- sovorith cor.- Pe.te Donnel v o: New Vo-k and Richard Bro- VOislers deur o: Nor61q-jes began to iMiij; Liey cat: S on J C nisrh- c'.oi'sn rose 10 n. York cl.-iimod irom in Izsi (ir.r; Tr and n.imcvi captain; Bill Harris, n-, No. I pick in the nir.- for dr-afl. arid A conpiCi-'lod. for cixil-; ..'ovilv rolled in a v. Hoosey csmc load in first pcrux: before York R.Tidors- Wl Jolirny Bucyk connected for I lie uiih or.'y ilinv do fiisl of his (our goals and Bos- fc'uvinon. ton coach 'Tom Johnson [lie A> ;i t'io o.i-yo.'ir-oiii opjvnmiity during the iiV.or- 1 mission lo vopkice youni: .loVin more than 53 niinulos- o; in the Mosu'.n viih ico time in a -J-i !io Icncrheiuxi eicran Kd Johns! on 10 inHiuies by a scoreless Wo'.f.ill, who look ,1. r: ivrxv: lol'? 'U'Cik'C lo I'U from 'I ro; B E Y WEEKENDS ADUtTS S6 PER DAY WEEKDAYS ADUITS Si TFR DAY FAMItY TICKETS PER DAY Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED APPROX. 50-00 Special Clearance! HOCKEY STICKS bv CCM C 6 VICTORIAVILLE Reg. tc, 3.50 gg PECIAL Iirw 139 _ _ FREE TAPE WITH EVERY STICK! BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 013 3rd Avr. S. Flione CtCSED W.ONDAY Opfn Tr.urs S Fri. Till 0 B m EARTH BREEZE (From Vancouver) Proudly Presents In Person WILLIE DIXON (A UVING UOtNlv and the CHICAGO ALL-STARS II PLUS FROM ALABAMA 'WET WILLIE' PLUS FROM VANCOUVER 'SEEDS OF TIME' PLACE-lplhbridgs Exhibition Pavilion January 20fh TIME-9 p.m. 4 TICKFTS-Advoncp litkeli nl I Mukiclonri Oouq t imekf b Tickptj ciljri ovnilnblc nl tSf drc" ;