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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Julv M, 1771 llnrkrv (Ifiiifidri- nu r rudeau, government stay clear By F.n Onailmu Tress Slnlf Writer With a lilllc help from his friends, Bobby Hull conceivably may still accompany Ihe rest ol Team Canada Lo Moscow, a cily nolcd for its Iricntlly reception rf left-wingers. Hill Prime Minister Triidcaii inndo. il plain Thursday thai lie lias nr, plans In solve Golden Jet's difficulties with Ihc .Na- tional Hockey Leapue by expro- priating him as a imlioiuil assel and shipping him abroad in Sep- Icmbcr as part of a Russiim-Ca- naitian cultural exchange agrre- nicnl. Hull, who recently lefl Ihc NHL lo sign a 52.5 million con- tract as playing coach cf Winni- peg ,IeLs of the new World Hockey Association, was one ol 35 players asked to report lo Reds complete sweep, Lolich wins number 15 TJv T11F, ASSOCIATED TRESS Pittsburgh Pirates manager Tiill Virdon spent a week in Cin- cinnati Thursday night. It no rloubt seemed Ibat way alter (he Reds h-al his Pirates "-0 and swcp1. a three-game scr- it-? of League division leaders. "The sweep was jusl one ol (hose said Virdon. "You don't expect them bul they happen somelimes in base- ball." ft happened In the Pirates he- cause they just weren't them- selves The normally heavy-hil- ling East lenders manufactured a paltry lolal of three runs in the series. ANDY CAPF CHANCE -i J IN Rosenbloom owiis Rams "The Reds had the edge on us in all Virdoii pointed oul. "They beat us in pitching, (lie long ball and field- ing with the bic, double play.'1 Along with llicir usual profi- ciency at the plale the Icading also killed Pills- burgh seven double plays in the series, including one Thursday Uiat helped Gary Nolan pick up his 13th vic- tory oE the year. In the other National League- games, St. Louis Cardinals topped Atlanta Braves 2-0 and Houston Astros defeated Chi- cago Cubs 7-2. In American Ijeaeuc nation, Minnesota Twins bplled Boston Red Sox 10-0: Texas Hangers whipped Clcvelarxl Indians 5-0 and Detroit Tigers turned back Kansas City Royals G-1. Nolan allowed Ihrco rills- burgh hits in the twn in- nings, but settled down lo hold IIP Pirates off before Clay Car- roll came in to pitch Ihe ninlh for Cincinnati. "I simply ran nut r.f pas." said Nolan, who explained lhal IK? was tired after throwing a Int of fast balls in his eight in- nings of work. ERA BFST The performance Imvcrcrl No- lan's earned run average lo) 1.81, best among National 2 League starters, as he became the league's first 13-gamc win- ner. He has lost only five games. "I made some awfully good said Nolan, "espe- cially with my changeup and it LOS ANGELES fAP) Owner Carroll Rosenbloom traded lua Baltimore Colts for Los Angeles Rams Thursday In an unusual National Football League transaction. Rosenbloom acquired the Hams in a swap with Robert Irsay of Skokie, III., and Willard Keland of Racine, Wis. Irsay and Keland had set up the trade by buying the Rams for mil- lion cash from Rams stockhold- USED MOBILE HOME 10'x35' Completely reconditioned MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES PHONE 327-1986 crs. Irsay and Keland thus be- came owners of the Colts. By trading for the Rams in- stead of buying the team di- rectly, Rosenbloom avoided paying capital gains taxes, he told a news conference. Rosenbloom said C o m m i s- sioner Pete Rozelle made a con- ference call to all principals Wednesday night and said the league had approved the trans- action. Keland Is former co-owner o[ Miami Dolphins. Bill Barnes, Rams president and executor of Don Reeves es- tate that owned 51 per cent team, had been seeking buyer since Reeves died last year. Rosenbloom said Tommy Prothro would remain as head coach of the Rams. all just came together with my curve and fast ball." Home runs by Tommy Helms and Norm Miller in the ninth inning produced five runs that broke a 2-2 tie and powered Houston past Chicago. Detroit scored five runs in the first inning to give fttidtey Lolich a big lead and the star Tiger southpaw held on to beat Kansas City for his 15th victory, tops in the majors. WINDSHIELDS BROKEN? Have it replaced now by experts at Lethbridge Sash Door! FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY OF YOUR CAR! LETHBRIDGE Corner 5th Ave., 4th St. S. Phone 327-1581 Rangers >vln PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) New York Rangers of he Ka tional Hockey League Thursday signed Curt Bennett, a former Broivn University hockey Mi- American, to one-year con- tract, outbidding New England of the new World Hockey Association for his serv- Toam Onn.-id.i's Iriiining ramp. Hut the fine print on invita- tion said players must have signed NHL contracts lo be cli- Bihlc. While he has logged a greal deal ol ice lime in his 15 years with Chicago Black Hawks, Hull Ls unlikely to commit himself to Ihe uphill task of ncliicving an- other SO-goal season the NHL cluh nncl simultaneously terrorizing goaltemlcrs in the Hockey Canada, (lie organiza- tion of government, business and hockey officials that spon- sors Canada's entry in the eight-game series against the Russians, wrote the contract stipulation into its agreement with the NHL last April. MOVE WAS IN FUTURE Douglas Fisher, chairman of Hockey C a r. a d a 's executive committee, explained that there was no thought at the time that I airyone oilier than NHL players would be on the team. Hull's departuie lo the WHA was sliii two months away. Fisher said Hockey Canada Is bound by the agreement and NHL President Clarence Camp- bell, who doubles as a Hockey Canada director, added that the league has no inlention of waiv- ing it to permit Hull to play. In Ottawa. Mr. Trudeau ex- pressed concern I hat the project would collapse if the govern- ment tried to put pressure on the MIL on Hull's behalf. don't want to end up without an agreement and no players.'1 he said. urginG Hockey Canada In try to "put pressure on the NHL from their end." Fisher said tlicre is an addi- tional problem. The WHA has n o I yet established relations with the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, Canada's recognized agency for arrang- ing international games. WIIA STATUS DOUBTFUL The Intel-national II o r k e y Federation, which sanctioned (he Canada-Russia series, could approve t h e participation o f NHL players, since the NHL has an agreement with the CAHA. But the status of TVHA players was doubtful. The Hockey Canada official said his organization will not take the initiative in asking the NHL lo rescind its contract re- quirement. But if the NHL vol- untarily agreed to let Hull play and if the THF approved, "it would be a different ball game." Public reaction was over- whelmingly in Hull's favor. Telegrams of protest poured into the offices of the prime minister and Health Minister John Munro, whose department handles government's participa- tion in Hockey Canada. Tlie Golden Jet even had a friend in the enemy camp. President Harold Ballard of Toronto Maple Leafs said his fellow-governors of (he NHL should rat stand in Ihe way of Hull's participation in the ser- is "I don't give a damn if Hull signed with a team in Ballard said. 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