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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETriBRIDGE IIERAIO July 16, 197J -formml still nwy sign mill Sanderson won't play it Hull isn't named lly Kl) SIMON rnnndlaii ITfss Shill Wvi'.rr Derek Sandrrson is Inking n hiisman's holiday, lie plans In I lit- rest of Ihc summer trying In kill n penally ID Uubby lluii. And Alan Kaiilesoii. Ihc law- yer-polilician who handles Ihc affairs of the Niilion.il Hockey League Players Association, is nbout lo lake up international diplomacy as a sideline. Eagleson took an cigliWay furlough from tho controversy over Hull's exclusion from the eight-game hockey series be- Iween Canada and Russia in September lo visit Europe with a Team Canada delegation ne- gotiating final arrangements for I ho MosroH1 portion ol Ihc se- Wlii-n lie relumed In Toronto Thursday niKlil. he found nn in- Kcnl invllnlinn lo po lo Ollnwa for talks wilh .senior officials nf Ihc cxlcniul alfairs department. The diplomats were not Iron- bled liv Ihc clii'inu's iirrrplnl by Hull from llio World Mix-key As- sni-inlinn which burred lilul from Hie series. Their preoi-eu- palion was wilh the re- jiM-ii-d by KiiRleson mill his Team Canada colleagues In wl- Minor baseball Greg Kveder blasted n three- run homer in the bottom of the last inning to give the Pirates a come from behind 14-12 vic- tory over the Lions in Senior Little League playoff action Tuesday night. Kveder, who also poked oul a single helped Dave, Miskulin defeat Earl Ingarfield of lhe mound. The next game of the final playoff series between the same clubs will be staged to- night at 6 p.m. at the Dave Elton Fastball park. line UP Uuropoin exhibi- tion schedule. "I (jallicr ll'i'iT Is some nin- I'orn nl lhe government level over (he Prague said KaKleson. In response lo llus- siim protests, Team Caiuuhi had cnncollMl a scheduled visil lo llio Czech capital before the last four games of (he series In Mos- cow. Meanwhile Sanderson, who has spent the last five years frying to keep Hull and other NHL sharpshooters from scor- ing while Boston Bruins were shorthanded, lined up with the Golden Jet Thursday. "Under no circumstances will I play for the Canadian team if Hull isn't on it." the Boston centre said. "The NHL is jump- MAYFAIR VOGUES' FINAL MARKDOWN 311 5th St. South lit V T U OF AWNGS Sol...... lo Wed....... lo Thurs., Frl. lo DRESS POLYESTER BLENDS ALL WASHABLE EASY CARE FABRICS I GROUP GROUP 2 5, 9-95 to1 SUMMAR (DARK DOUUN COATS Pant coals, jackets, dress length roidis, lighl weight wools, poly- esters, blends, tupestriei in the season's happiest shades. Group 1 Croup 1 9.95 24.95 19.95 39.95 4.95 ,0 14.95 Bikini 2 piece and 1 piece designs, all the most famous names in now clearing. Buy for now and next year. Sizes 10 to 20 and 38 lo .95 .95 PANT-SETS 91 39 Pant suits, pant dresses, hoi panls and j sizzlers all marked down for final clear- ance. Juniors', misses' and half sizes. Short Shorts Bermudas Skorts Blouses, Pan) lops, Sleeveless, short sleeves, long sleeve styles, wash and wear fabrics......... 9 nip (in n CMV wlio lins dour more for linrkcy limn innsl (juys, In- I'lllllilll! (ionllll lllHVC. Mull's nood Is nn ossctilinl coj; in llio wlut'l if iiiiiuln Is I" win iipiiiwl Ilic isswps.1' Tlinl left The Turk in basic disagreement wilh EaRleson on Ihc slatus of liic grcal left- winger, who needs ;i signed NIIL contract to gain admission to Team Canada's training camp Aug. 13 and would have lo give back nearly million lo Winnipeg Jets ot Ihc WIIA if he were to return to Chicago Black Hawks. It was the players lliemselves who insisted lhat the agreement setting up the team include the stipulation that all of its mem- bers sign their NHL contracts beforehand, Eagleson explained. They feared thai a player suf- fering an injury while playing for Canada might be cut adrift by his NHL employers if he were unsigned. "At least eight players have told me Uiat unless they get a guarantee in writing from their clubs that their pay will go on despite injuries, they won't turn up." Sanderson may not turn up in any case. Still unsigned wilh the Bruins, lie said he is seriously considering an offer of a f 1 v e -y e ar contract from Philadelphia Blazers of ,he WHA, the team which has signed Johnny McKenzie, his friend and former team-mate, as playing coach. With dcfenceman J. C. Trem- blay lost to the team because of his switch from Montreal Cana- diens of the NHL to Quebec Nordiques of the WHA, Sander- son's move would create a third vacancy among the 35 recruits assembled for the Canadian team by Coach Harry Sinden. PLAYING A PRIVILEGE "I consider it a privilege to play for Sanderson said. "I'm only a little apple in the basket, but If enough of us make a noise, maybe the NHL will stop this stuff against Hull and Tremblay." As for his negotiations wilh Boston and Philadelphia, the 26-year-old centre said he is confident that, whatever hap- pens, he will do very well for "a skinny kid from Niagara Falls with a Grade 9 education." Eagleson said the Russians, while vetoing plans for a Cana- dian exhibition game against the Czechs, gave their blessing to arrangements for a Satur day-Sunday doubleheader against the Swedish national team in Stockholm Sept. 16 and 17, three days before the team arrives in Moscow. DEREK SANDERSON COBY'S FASHIONS for plus 1.00 SIZZLERS HOT PANT OUTFITS BUY ONE ITEM AT REGULAR PRICE Get another of equal TEEN and LADIES' DRESS lvalue or less for