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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THf UTHBR1DOI HWAID Friday, 1, 1972 ANDY CAPP A NEWVEAR ANEW MAN...NEWTHINKIN' <50 FOUL 'EM ALL- CLAIM VOU DID, ans Toronto aren't changed TORONTO The defec tion of defencemen Rick Lej and Brad Selwood to New Eng land Whalers of the new Worli Hockey Association and the ru mored departure of goaltendei Bernie Parent haven't alterec Toronto Maple Leafs' plans tc protect the players at next week's National Hockey League draft Leaf president Harold Ballarc said Thursday after hearing oi Ley's signing earlier in the da; by the Whalers in Boston: "We'll treat the draft the same as usual. Ley will be listed as though he were an or- dinary protected player." Ley was among four players signed by the Whalers. Selwooc signed with the New Englanc team in May. And Parent, who said he would sign a multi-year contract with the Miami WHA franchise before it folded may yet wind up in the new league with Philadelphia. Ballard remains unimpressec by all the WHA signings. "I hope, and think, it (the WHA) will get off the ground. don't think it will last, though. "I expect Parent will be back Economical Transportation Loosing is smart business. Frees capital, money, provides late model de- pendable transportation. For your leasing plan, call our Leasing Manager, Mr. Roy Mclntosh at 328-9271. CHRYSLER LEASING The sign of better leasing KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and llth St. S. Phone 328-9271 with us for the start of the sea- son and the others later." Ballard said he discounts the idea of a team that moves from arena to arena such as the Whalers plan, with many of their games scheduled for Bos- ton Garden and others for the Boston University rink. "Imagine if Toronto Maple Leafs played a few games in Maple Leaf Gardens, then a few in Ottawa, then went up to Kitchener for a couple there. "And tiie idea of the WHA teams chipping in each to help sign Bobby Hull seems silly to me. That would be a great thing if you paid to have Bobby Hull come into your building and score three or four goals against your own team." He was commenting on action taken at a recent WHA meeting in Quebec City whereby each of the teams would ante up apiece to help Winnipeg Jets negotiate a con- tract for the Chicago Black Hawk star. The Jets would assume million in the five-year contract, with the rest coming from other WHA teams. Winnipeg president Ben Has. kin was rumored Thursday night to be holding talks with Hull in Denver, Colo. Can't see Europeans fooled by all-stars Ahearne says Russia-Canada series 'a joke' LONDON, Ont (CP) Bunny Ahearne; president of the Inter- national Ice Hockey Federation, says in an interview with sports columnist Ernie Miller of The Free Press that the forthcoming Canada-Russia hockey series will be "a bloody joke." Ahearne, telephoned at his home in Ascot, England, asked Miller: How could they (Canada) ever hope to sell the Europeans on the idea this team will play Russia is or ever could be a national team? "They're Canadian all-stars, but they're not a national team never will be, either. How can it be a national team when the CAHA (Canadian Amateur Hockey Association) doesn't run it? "Who controls it now? Hockey Canada? The CAHA? The NHL? The government? "It can never be called Can- Lakers for league lead. ada as far as the international I federation is concerned. I don't know why Canada doesn't mind Jimmies bounce Giants CALGARY (CP) Calgary Jimmies extended a winning streak to five games Thursday by dropping Calgary Giants 104 in the Alberta Major Base- ball League. For the second consecutive game, Jimmies, who led 10 0, lost their shutout in the ninth inning when the Giants got four runs on a bases loaded triple by Lyle Moffat. The Jimmies confined their scoring to three innings anc nailed losing left hander Gord Vejprava with seven runs They scored three more against reliever Dave Bruce in the fifth after Bruce replaced Vejprava. Right hander Don Davis started for the Jimmies and pitched five scoreless innings Eor the win. He also hit twice and scored two runs. Pete Sheppard worked two innings. Wayne Thompson completed the game and was tagged for the four runs. The win for the Jimmies moved them into a first-place tie with the Lethbridge Lakers each with five wins and no .osses. Lakers travel to Edmonton this weekend for two games with the Tigers. Meanwhile Red Deer Elks and Edmonton Tigers were tied 8-8 when their game was called after eight innings because of darkness Thursday night. The Elks scored four runs in alhead 8-5, but Edmonton rallied eighth. Bill Chahley relieved Max Schneider in the seventh and the Tigers out of a Rutherford inks two-year pact PITTSBURGH (AP) Pitts- wrgh Penguins of the National Hockey League have signed goalie Jim Rutherford to a two- ear contract with a "well de- erved, substantial gen- ral manager Jack Riley said Thursday. bases loaded situation in the bottom of the eighth before the game was called. Wayne McKee hit a two run homer for the Elks in the seventh and Edmonton's Rich Neily hit a homer in the first with no one on base. JIMMIES 10, GIANTS 4 Giants .......000000 10 3 Jimmies 001540 12 1 Vejprava Bruce Randle (5) and McCauley, Jarvls (7) Davis Sheppard Thompson (8) and Johnston. TIGERS 9, ELKS 8 Tigtrs 100030 10 3 Elks .........200 002 898 Schneider, Chahley (7) and Fran- chuk; Ballou, (8) and Van Ornum. HRs: McKee. rd, Neily E. CFL to adopt uniform rules REGINA (CP) The Eastern .and Western conferences of th Canadian Football League hav adopted a uniform system sudden-death playoffs, leagu officials announced Thursday. Under the new system, th team finishing third plays th' second-place finisher in a sin gle, sudden-death game. The winner plays the No. 1 team in the regular season in one sud den-death final.. The winner rep resents his conference in the Grey Cup. The system will be in effect in the West this fall, but television commitments prevent the East era Conference from changing until next year, said CFL com- missioner Jake Gaudaur. Since 1965, the Western Con- ference has been using a sud- den-death semi-final game be- tween the second and third- place finishers, with the winner playing the first-place team in a best-of-three final Before 1965 the two semi-finalists played a total points semi-final. In the East, the second and third-place finishers meet in a sudden-death semi-final, the winner playing the first-place team in a two-game total-points final. Gaudaur said he considered :he uniform playoff system to one of the biggest accom- plishments since the formation of one league in 1968. Playoff format remains strictly a conference decision, jaudaur praised members of he two conferences for putting Trainers must be aware of their limitations EDMONTON (CP) A Uni- versity of Alberta physiothera- )ist says sports therapists and rainers must know their limit- ations and not get drawn into he position of playing doctor. David C. Reid, assistant clin- cal professor at the TJniver- iiy's school of rehabilitation medicine, made the comment a speech prepared for deliv- ry today at the Canadian 'hysiotherapy. Association's an- ual convention in London, Ont. Mr. Reid is chairman of the association's national commit- tee on sports medcine. Mr. Reid cited an "extreme but nevertheless true, exam- ple" of a trainer who has the key to the medicine chest but is not adequately supervised. "The player arrives in the morning feeling a little blah maybe he has a cold coming so the trainer gives him one penicillin tablet. "This can have absolutely no effect whatsoever if you'd real- ize such an infection may take SPECIAL DODGE OFFER! ON SPECIALLY EQUIPPED CARS 1972 DART CUSTOM 4 DOOR SEDAN SPECIALLY EQUIPPED Save 233.90 FREE AUTO. TRANS. 1972 MONACO 4 DOOR HARDTOP SPECIALLY EQUIPPED Save 232.80 AIR CONDITIONER AT PRICE 1972 MONACO 9 PASSENGER STATION WAGON SPECIALLY EQUIPPED Save 232.80 ASR CONDITIONER 14 PRICE 1972 MONACO 2 DOOR HARDTOP SPECIALLY EQUIPPED Save 232.80 AIR CONDITIONER AT Vz PRICE 1972 POLARA 4 DOOR HARDTOP SPECIALLY EQUIPPED Save 113.65 FREE RADIO AND REAR SPEAKER 1972 DODGE PICKUPS SPECIALLY EQUIPPED Save 286.45 FREE AUTO. TRANS. "Your Headquarters for Quality Engineering" KING CHRYSLER DODGE 3rd Ave. and 11 St. South, Lethbridge Phone 328-9271 units of benzyl penicillin daily. "Anyway the guy is not ex- actly feeling full of pep and so the trainer gives him sotie 'bennies' (amphetamine) to get him for the game. "Halfway through the game, the player gets his hand in- jured. So he is given some 292's to relieve the pain. "After the game, the player says he will not be able to sleep because he is still hyper from the .'bennies." So he is given some valium (a tranquillizer) to help him. relax and get to sleep. To make it worse he will probably imbibe a little alcohol to celebrate his victory. 'Just imagine the 'pharma- cological hot pot' that this play- er has boiling inside of him. "That sort of situation should not develop Fortunately it is rare." aside some of their own prefer- ences to adopt the uniform play- offs. Rogers Lewhew of Calgary, one of the Western officials who worked out the uniform system, said that the sudden-death sys- tem could allow longer seasons or an earlier Grey Cup, al- though the Grey Cup date al- ready has been set for the next two years. "We are now playing. 16 games in 14 weeks in our regu- lar Lehew said. "In two years we might be able to go to 16 games in 15 weeks to move the Grey Cup game ahead a week." The uniform playoff system also will likely result in in- creased ticket prices for the sin- gle games. Golf league o play results LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net John Bodnaruk, CHEC 33, Tony Jarvie, Imper- ial Life 33, Herb Williams, Owen 33 Fred Urneris, Jubilee 33. Low gross Lloyd Kanewis- cher, Jubilee Homes 37. Low team net -Jubilee Homes 141; Kanewischer, To- kio Hori, Umeris, Roger Cor- dukes. TANDINGS CHEC....................... -lemings............... 60 of Leth................. 56 54 Sugar Beeters................ 55 Gentleman III............ .53 Leth. Herald................. 50 Ace Building............... 49 Parsons..................... 46 ,45 A and W..................... 44 Dorigatfi..................... 43 Jubilee Homes................ 40 'anulje...................... 39 mperia! Life................. 38 Milkers iafeway Clip and Save 50c From Salt lake City, Utah THRILL A MINUTE Death Defying T-Bone Crash Thrills on Wheels with OLIE ANDERSON'S DAREDEVILS Tues.-Wed., June 6th-7th Leth. Exhibition Grounds Tickets at gate 8 p.m. Adults Stu-'ents 52.00 6-12 Under 6 37 ingers..................... 32 LAKESIDE WOMEN'S Low net Rose McNabb, See- mans 34 Low gross Marg Metcalfe, Vfaxines 49 Low team net Value Village 17; Aileen Metcalfe, Freda Walton, Thelma Coutts, Rita Jeaton. TANDINGS Pts eemans Jewellery............. 14 Apparel................ 15 'alue Village............... 13 Aayfair Vogue................. 11 Aildred Skrove 10 Aaxines..................... 7 COUNTRY CLUB Low gross Bob Hawn, Par- ons 38 Low net Clayton Carney, 'arsons 28 Low team net Parsons 143; Hawn, Bob Parsons, Carney, Catorinus Van Wyk. Pts Lakeview Texaco.............. 33 Tollestrups.................. 37 Eatons 36 Packers....................... 36 Dorigatfi...................33 Lilydale...................... 32 CHEC......................32 Benys....................... 31 Swifts.....................31 Gentlemen III................29 Persons 29 Lejhbridge Office Furn..........19 its own business anyway and leave the Europeans alone. "There's no real hockey in Canada beyond Junior A." Ahearne's tirade in his inter- view with Miller followed an earlier discussion in which the columnist informed the IIHF president of efforts being made by Canada to have the federa- tion's summer congress amend bylaws that would, allow open competition at future World Hockey tournaments. "All they've ever done in Can- Ahearne said, "is try to cut my throat but there's been no blood shed." Ahearne said the intent of the was "not asking for an open competiition at all." "They're simply asking that a section of the bylaws be changed to say that any player holding a passport of the coun- try he's representing be eligible to play in Pool Ahearne told Miller. "The passport is the only thing that counts "Hell, -in Switzerland, Italy and many other countries in Eu- rope a citizen can have two passports." SAYS COLORS ISSUE Gordon Juckes, CAHA execu- tive-director, told Miller in a telephone interview from Ot- tawa that Ahearne was trying to color the the issue. Juckes said the section the CAHA wants amended says that "the amateur who possesses the nationality of said country evidence of such nationality being an official passport of that country.. "All we're doing is deleting the word amateur which, in other words, would make this an open Juckes said. CAHA president Joe Kryczka said in a telephone interview with Miller from Ms home in Calgary that the time to change the bylaws was ideal. "If we ever had a chance of getting this thing through it's this Miller quotes Kry- czka as saying. "We're encouraged by the kind of feedback we've been getting from some of the Euro- pean Kryczka said. "It's been most favorable, but you .never know how they're going to vote." The HHF will meet June 3 In the Black Sea resort of Mamaia in Romania. WOULD OPEN DOOR Approval of the resolution would allow Canada to return to the world tournament after a three-year absence. Rejection by the 60 voting delegates would leave Canada out of the compe- tition for another three years. The HHF congress meets only once every three years to consi- der changes in bylaws.and stat- utes. Gordon Juckes, In a telephone Interview from Ottawa with Miller, said several European delegates "did some lobbying for us at the last championships in Prague." "The reports have been good so far, but I'm always a little leary to expect their support when it comes time to a Juckes told Miller. "If al the statements of sympathy toward the Canadian position turn out as votes, I'd be very optimistic toward our chances." The Canadian delegation, which will include Juckes, Kry- czka, Charles Hay, Hockey Can- ada president, and Fred Page of Vancouver, North America IJHF president, likely will en- counter little sympathy and less support from HHF president Bunny Ahearne, Miller writes. Minor baseball In Norcrest Little League ac-18-3 win over the Indians behind irtn Uon, Marshall DeArmond and Dwayne Osberg combined for a one-hitter and gave the Wolves a 164 win over the Bea- vers Thursday night. Kevin Cameron suffered the loss giving up 15 hits. De Armond aided his own cause with two triples and a single while Scott Young chip- ped in with a home run and a double. Osberg also added a triple, a double and a single. In another contest, Ken Burla fanned 12 batters en route to a 20-13 victory over the Giants. Mark Szucs took the loss giv- ing up 12 hits to the Cubs. Theo DeGroot led the Cubs with a grand slam home run along with two singles while Ken Stilson managed a double and a pair of singles in a losing cause. The Braves came up with an easy 18-5 decision over the Expo's. David Zarooben bested Rod- ney Kirk on the mound. Tim Troman paced the win- ners with four singles while Clark Bosch poked out four singles Greg for the losers. Fender fired a three- hitter and gave the Pirates a 9-3 win over the Cardinals. Dave Layton had to settle with the loss. Pat Keenan hammered a home run and a triple for the Pirates while Mark Tokariuk stroked a triple and two singles. At Lakeside, the Yankees de- feated the Orioles 9-8. Jeff Krokosh won over Breat Laing on the mound. Dave Creighton nailed a dou- ble and a single for the winners while Lang managed three sin- gles in a losing battle. The Twins came up with an Kim Kirkpatrick's four-hitter. Jeff Johnson suffered the loss. In senior Little League play, the Pirates edged the Lions 9-7. Dan Riedlhuber earned tht mound win over Brian Thorla- sius. Greg Kveder and Kiedlhiiber led the Pirates with a homt run and two singles each. Generals triumph In the only league game scheduled in the City Commer- cial Mens' Fastball League last night, the M and K Generals picked up their second straight victory edging Lethbridge Hotel Juniors 7-5. Tom Yip earned the mound verdict but needed relief help from Kaye Elliot. Yip went six innings and gave up only three hits while losing pitcher Ron Zasadny al- lowed 12 safeties. Elliot was the hero of the the seventh inning, with his club trailing 6-5 and smacked a home rim for the equalizer. Lloyd Yamagishi chipped in with a double and a single while Al Higa added a pair of singles. Rod Morrice and Smith aided the cause with a triple each. Jim Tratch managed a doublt in a losing cause. Meanwhile in the exhibition encounter, winning pitcher eorge Santoni and Daryl Lea- vitt combined for 18 big strike- outs to give Library 7-1 win over the Labor Club. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE W L Pet. GBL Lethbridge .5 0 1.000 Cal. Jimmies .50 1.000 Cal. Giants 2 2 .500 2V5t Edm. Tigers 2 2 .500 2V Red Deer 0 5 .000 5 Edm. Willows 0 5 .000 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST Pet. GBL .732 LATE ROUND WIN HALIFAX (CP) Canadian middleweight boxing champion Dave Downey of Halifax won a 10-round non-title match Thurs- day night when the referee stopped his bout with Thurman Holiday of District Heights, Md., because the United States fighter was bleeding profusely from a cut over his right eye. mrr MOUNTAIN W MEADOWS H A FAMILY CAMPGROUND Hi Opening June 11 to Sept. 4 9 Miles South West of Beazer, Alberta Roads to the campground will be marked with Y HIKING FISHING RIDING NATURE TRAILS SWIMMING CLIMBING Capacity for 20 units or approximately 80 persons per day Campground fee: per day hook-up and space Meals and programs are also available on the site CAMPGROUND IS FULLY SERVICED JUNE 11-SPECIAL OPENING For information contact the Lethbridge Family Y 5J5 9 Street South or phone 328-7771, Uthbridga New York...... Pittsburgh......24 15 .615 5 Chicago 21 18 .538 8 Montreal.......18 22 .450 11V Philadelphia 16 25 .390 14 St. Louis....... 16 26 .381 WEST Los Angeles 26 IS .619 Cincinnati'..... 24 18 .571 Vz Houston.....24 18 .571 Atlanta 18' 22 .450 7 San Diego 16 26 .381 1 San Francisco 15 31 .326 13 TODAY'S GAMES Cincinnati Grimsley (2-1) at Phila- delphia Fryman (2-3) N Houston Griffin (1-1) at Montreal Torrez (4-2) N Atlanta Niekro (4-4) at New York Gentry (3-2) N Chicago Hooton (4-4) at .San Diego Kirby (3-5) St. Louis Cleveland (4-3) at Los An- geles John (3-3) N Pittsburgh Johnson (0-2) at San Cisco Marichal (1-8) or Carrifhers (1-3) THURSDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 000 000 4 5 Chicago .....410 ooo l Wise (4-2) Santorini (l) Palmer (4) Cloninger (6) Hudson (8) and Sim- mons; Hands (4-1) and Martin. HR: Cincinnati 000 024 0 Houston ...Ill 000 7 1 McGlothlin, Sprague (1-0) (5) Bor- bon (6) and Bench; Reuss 13-4) Grif- fin (6) Gibbon (7) Ray (7) and How- ard. HRs: (1) Bench (10) Perez (2) Rader (7) Philadelphia 000 100 1 7 0 New York .401 000 01 6 9 2 Selma (1-6) Lersch (3) Short (5) Hoerner (8) and Ryan; McAndrew (4-1) and Grote. HRs: Milner Los Angeles 000 010 251 San Fran 000302 7 J Singer Strahler (7) and Sims; Stone (3-4) and Rader. AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST Detroit Baltimore Cleveland___ Boston New York Milwaukee Oakland Minnesota Chicago California Texas Kansas City WEST L Pet. OBL 17 .553 20 17 .541 .19 17..528 16 19 17 20 13 22 ,457 .447 .371 25 12 23 13 22 16 18 23 17 24 14 24 .639 .579 .43? .415 .361 TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Blue (0-0) at Baltimore Palmer (5-3) N California Wright (3-2) at Clevtland Tidrow (4-5) N Texas GogolewskI (3-4) at Milwau- kee Lonborg (2-2) N Boston Krausse (1-2) at Kansas City Drago (2-4) N Minnesota Kaat (6-1) at Detroit Lo- Hen (8-3) N New York Peterson (3-6) at Bradley (5-2) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Kansas City 000 003 9 t Minnesota 020 010 I a Murphy, Fitzmorris (1-3) (6) and Kirkpatrick; Woodson, LaRoche (1-2) (7) and Mitterwald. HRs: ella (5) Kirkpatrick (4) Schelnblum Detroit ........001 000 7 Cleveland 001 000 111 Coleman Perranoski (8) and Haller; G. Perry (9-3) and Fosse. Boston MO 000 M 1 Baltimore 100 000 J 1 Siebert (4-2) and Fisk; McNally (5-4) Harrison (2) Alexander (8) and Dates. HR: BoSr-Fisk New York _ 100 200 31l" 000-4 11 5 Milwaukee 050 030 000 12 1 Hinton, McDaniel (2) Closter (7) Ro- land (0-1) (9) and Munson; Slaton, Stephenson (7) Sanders (1-3) (9) and Fleske. HRs: Murcef (5) Conigliaro (7) La- houd (2) Felske MINOR SOCCER W L T F A Royals...... 6 0 022 4 12 Black Hawks 4 2 0 18 12 Cougars 2 3 0 10 11 4 Rangers 0 7 0 2 25 p here! STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever sold! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 tit Avc. South Phone 327-6866 or 327-4445 LETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;