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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 tHE IfTHBRIDGB HERAID Solurdoy, June S, 1971 Clarence Campbell concerned with expansion Upcoming NHL meetings will be of importance r-ninirm ox- and annual drafts, the NHL conducted Tuesday to slock MONTREAL (CP) Next week's annual meeting o[ Hie National Hockey League's board of governors could tnrn out to he one of Hie biggest and most important in the 55-year history of the league. xt he e's irn nd was the opinion expressed by league president Clarence Campbell Friday as he prepared for the Monday-to-Thursday gathering, This year, in addition to the normal flow of league annual dratis, me r president must conduct ano expansion Uu's one died with the spectre of the World Hockey Association ing in the wings. The expansion draft wil KEEP THAT SMILE ON VER OOPS- SHE'S REALWORRIEtS ABOUT NOT BEINS ABLE T RAN WU AGAIN with both clubs begin play this Media race on Sunday The only safe people Sunday at the Southern Alberta Auto Racers stock car races be he people in the grandstand nd even their safety may be n jeopardy for some 20 min- tes. It is expected it will take 20 minutes to run off the news media race Sunday and it past wrformances are any indica- ion there will be some fancy ender-bending and a ack of quality driving. Race results Parlc fur- CALGARY (CP) Victorl! race results Friday: First claiming. Doctor (Barroby) 8.70 4.00 2.JO, Celdor (Haynes) 6.W i.20. Happy Whistler (D- Wiseman) 4.20. Time: Kool Reply, Stf-Timer tn Rome, Just. Ins Prince, Wild Rouser, Three 01 Hearts also ran. second tl.400, claiming, 4-yeir-clds and up. Rannepags (Arnold) K.JO 5.00, Tings (Wiseman) 5.00 3.60, Re- eved Speert (Hedge) 5.40. AnTla' D, Night Shine, Cort Malic, Trader John, Foolish Discretion also DAJLY DOUBLE! Third allowance, 2-year-oldj, I fur- lofigs. _____ SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP Carload Twine SALE! We have just receiv- ed a carload of twine that we are offering to you ot low, low prices! SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP 1221 2nd Ave. S., lelhbridge Phone 327-3777 greal Lady Trengrova (Barroby) J.W 3.60 00, Irish Knave (McCaulc-y) 8.SO 0, Win A Point (Combs) J.60. Time: 1.01 3-i. Magic Lodge, Star Indeper :l Shadow, Magic Km, Princlpl UIMELUA. t'n.m. Fourth Jl 600 claiming, 4-year-olds and up Pay Your Bill {Barroby) 7.30 60. Fast Friday (McCauley) 4.20 3.1 ells sheila (Rasmussen) 3.00. Time: 1 :IS. Tidal Breeie, Mister Auctioneer, orttiern Emporer, Lova Success, cunty Scandal also ran. '.flh S1.500 claiming, J-year-dds, 5 fur- 'pVlalHl (Piielan) 7.40 Call Ae Slar (Sladnyk) 3.m. Rusty ouser (Gold) 7.50. Tlmel Dlsls Joe. Hellil, Davey's Hope, ady Tyrone, Miss Curr also ran. EXACTORl S34.W. Sixlh oo allowance, 3-year-ddj, 7 fur- Vklor (Hamllll 1.30 Damons Demon (Shields) 2.80 X-Shlelds 01 Hope (Kipling) 9.SH 1.70 4.30. X-Dual Entry Time: Dans ArMst, Neslime, False Enlre, Our Lad, Prince 01 Northlands also an. Seventh claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1 furlongs. Race-rWc (Rasmussen) 11.10 4.70 4-00, Perfect Host [SladnytO 3.50 3.20, War Glee (Hedge) 6.70. Time: 2-5. Honcrule, Little Gypsy, Indian Lake, ame BOY, Missyway also ran. Eighth (3.500 handicap, 3-year-otds, 7 fur- longs. Red IRasmussen) 5.20 3.70 ,.80, Tolaquilo (Hedge) 7.60 7-00. Danske's Boy (fAcCauley) 7.60. Time: Counr seimpre, Mr. Tilus, Honor And Glory, Kindly Farmer, Summer Stan, Dapo Dyer also ran. Ninth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, (Arnold) 35.30 U.70 8.40, On The Go (Hamill) 5.80 Lisa B Good (Levine) 3.40. Time: 4-5. Bhal Force, Ice Alley, Frfendly Guy, Mister Bountiful, Handsome Champ also ran. QUINELLAl S79.10. Ed FMay and Hudy Haugen- eder will drive for The Leth- iridge Herald and will com- >ete against six other media n embers in the race. The media race will provide he fun while the rest of the afternoon will provide the en ertainment as a full slate o B's, C's and Claimer races are on tap. A special attraction Sunday ,vill be go-cart races for boys 14 years of age and undo driving go-carts of five-horse- power or less. It is also expected that Lind Smith will see action in the class Sunday with his 322 cubi inch Buich engine powered car Time trials get under way a two o'clock Sunday with racin set for a three o'clock begin- ning. conducted Tuesday to slock new" teams in Long Island, N.Y., and Atlanta, Ga., scheduled to year. And the governors must deal with another expansion problem of two more cities from 10 United States ap- plicants to join the league for the 1974-75 season. 'I thought we'd have a 1 o t of this business completed before this Campbell said, referring to the latter item. "But the governors won't decide until the final day of the meet- ing who the two new franchises will be." There are three applications from Kansas City, and one each from San Diego, Phoenix, Dal- 1 a s, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Washington, B.C. MUST PICK WISELY But while the governors are ondering who their two new artners for 1974-75 will be, the ew newest general managers, Cliff Fletcher of Atlanta and Bill Torrey of Long Island, will ind the onus on them to pick wisely. In previous expansion drafts, most players picked by new clubs readily accepted roles with their new employers, lowever, this year there re- mains the distinct possibility of some of the choices moving on L DP AD SAVE 50.f total points arned during the regular 1371- 72 season. Under a new agreement cached between the Canadian Amateur Hockey Associalion and the NHL, the first 32 ama- eurs chosen wilt each cost tho drafting team plus an ad- ditional when the player signs a pro contract. The next 32 amateurs picked also cost each, with an additional forthcoming when the players sign NHL con- tracts. The remainder cost SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan A BIT OF EVERYTHING Three members of the Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks, who last year won the western Canada two-year college basketball championship, had some big plans go astray this weekend Gary Williams, Bruce Millis and Curt Wolsey were to have gone to Penliold, of all places, to a tryout camp for the Canadian national basketball team which will take part in the Summer Olympics in Munich The camp was to open today but now it is set for Calgary next Thursday and Friday with no explanation why the Penhold camp was dropped Wedding bells will keep most of the Boston Bruins in contact with each other his month Rick Smith, who was traded to California Golden Seals, made the trip up the centre aisle while Garnet Bailey will make the trip June 16 Bobby Orr and Mike Walton will miss one of the affairs, Smiths, and possibly the Bailey wedding as they are enjoying a holiday in Florida Johnny McLellan has given Harold Ballard the word He will be back to coach the Leafs again next season If reports are true McLellan may have only half a Toronto club to work with The World Hockey Association has laid claim to signing at least six Leafs Did you know that Rocky Marciano knocked out 43 opponents in winning 49 professional fights? His record is the best knockout per- centage of any heavyweight champion Current champion Joe Fraiier has 23 KOs in 28 fights for the second best mark Muhammad AM is third with 26 knockouts in 34 bouts. The recent Canadian Olympic torch awards pre- sentation (Wednesday, May 24) didn't sit too well with Jack Matheson of the Winnipeg Tribune Matheson, who happens to be as good a sports col- umnist as there is in Canada, thought Percy Wil- liams was a disappointment Williams won the first annual Torch Award for his feats in the 1938 Olympics He was unable to attend the dinner upon accepting his award at his home in Vancouver expressed his dislike for today's athletes Matheson thought he would have more class Said Matheson "why do so many old-timers feel they have to put the knock on today's athletes, who can't help when they were born It was in- teresting to note that 13 judges came up with a tie for female honors at the same Olympic affair Barbara Ann Scott and Nancy Greene were dead- locked for the honor Well, at least no ones feelings were hurt The Southern Alber.ta Auto Racers will stage a media race Sunday afternoon at Exhibition Speedway Our own Ed Finlay and Rudy Haugeneder will display their driving tal- ents or lack of them The fun starts at two o'clock. Miners at home twice Sunday Lethbridge Miners' Library fastball club will open their mine season this Sunday after- noon at Dave Elton Park. Miners, last year's Alberta Alberta senior "U" champions vhen they were the Dallas Ho- el Cowboys, are again playing m the Calgary Major Lea- ;ue. The Cowboys played in the eague two years ago and after silting out a year rejoined the Calgary league this season. The Miners play host to unbeaten Calgary Power Chiefs in two games. The open- er is set for two with the sec- ond game right after at The Power Chiefs Irimmed the Miners 7-3 in Ihe first meet- ing between tiie two clubs. Geo- rge Sanloni of the Miners and Gary Simmons of the Chiefs each only gave up four hits In the game but errors proved costly lo the Miners. It is expected Santoni and Simmons, a one-time Cowboy teammate of Ssntoni's, will face each other in the first game. Coach Stan Wasylishen gave no indication who may start the second game for the locals. Hon Zasadny or Dennis Hydachuk could get the call. Miners will rely heavily on the bats of Danny Santoni and Larry Tratch in Iheir weekend set. Also back from last year are Corrido Sanloni and Jack Fleming. Minor baseball The Tigers edged pasl the Orioles 4-3 in Lakeside Little League action as Greg Olsha- ski, with 11 strikeouts, bested George Hiraga. Ken Lang came up with a pair of doubles for Iho winners while Jamie Henderson poked out Iwo singles for the Orioles. In another Lakeside contest, Allan Gepneris gave up one run while fanning 13 to lead the Angels to a 11-2 win over the Red Sox. Ron Waller sullered Ihe loss. Michael Craig paced the An- gel's with three doubles while Allen Gommeringer chipped in with a double and a single. Mike Dclleer also managed a home run for Ihe winners. The Royals blasted the Cubs 16-2 with a 14-hit attack against losing pitcher Shane Hirsche in Senior Little League action Fri day night. Scott Jarvie picked up the win throwing a six-hit- er. Rod Olshaski led the Royals' Tillers with two doubles and a iair of singles while Kendall Duce aided with two doubles. Randy Watmough stroked a pair of doubles in a losing luse. In another Lakeside Little League affair, the Tigers rack-- ed up a 15-3 win over the Can- Dale Seem an bested Dennis Taylor on the mound. Ken Lang poked oul two dou- bles for the winners while Bob Ogden managed a double for the losers. At Norcrest, the Cubs whip- ped the Braves 10-3. Theo DeGroot picked up the mound win over Grant Wiens. DeGroot aided his own causa with three singles while Kevin Hamilton rapped out a double and a single in a losing effort. Short sport ELR1CH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE HORTON THROUGH? NORTH BAY, Ont. (CP) Tim Horton, veteran National Hockey League defenceman who played last season with Pittsburgh Penguins, Bays he plans to retire. "I've been kicking around pro hockey for 23 years and that's a long Horton said in an interview Thursday. SAVARD RETURNS MONTREAL (CP) De- fenceman Serge Savard has signed a two-year contract with Montreal Canadiens, the Na- tional Hockey League club an- nounced Friday. Savard, 26, played in only 21 games last season after re- covering from a broken leg suf- fered in a game against Toron- each to draft, plus a simi- lar amount when signed to con- tracts. Last year, 117 players were chosen in the amateur draft. The drafting team paid for each pick, plus an adclitiona' when ttie pro contract was signed, and then paid an other if the player played 25 or more games in the NHL in his first year. Twelve amateurs fell into the latter category, each brining a total of to the CAHA. to Maple Leafs in Montreal Jan. 30, 1971. NEWELI. NAMED LOS ANGELES (AP) Pete Newell, a coach and executive lor more than a quarter of a century, was named Friday as general manager of the Na- [ional Basketball Association champion Los Angeles Lakers. The British Columbia native succeeds Fred Schaus, who re- signed to become coach at Pur- due University. SIGN KICKER MONTREAL (CP) Don Sweet of Vancouver, a 23-year- old place kicking specialist, has been signed by Montreal Al- oucttcs for the coming season, the Canadian Football League club announced Friday. New York Pittsburgh. Chicago Montreal Philadelphia St. Louis Los Angelei Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Dlcgo V( L Pel 30 11 .714 24 16 IB .550 la 23 .439 16 26 15 27 .372 .463 .372 .JSi S 7 HVi 14 14'A 1'A t'A lOVi 13 WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JUNE 5 8.30 p.m. N.A. TITLE BOUT: KAMATA vs PORTZ HAYES and TOMASSO vs THORNTON and ROGERS SITO vs SUPERHAWK BRUTUS vs BUTCHER 5UUIVAN vs PRINGLE Walch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TVI San Francisco TODAY'S GAMES Houston Wilson M Montreal Stoneman 4-4 N St. Louis Splnks M nt Lot An- Seles Sutlon 7-0 N FRIDAY'S RESULTS Atlanta 000 OOS 1 NBW York COO WO 001-1 J NleVro and Williams! Sentry KfsW ST Glusli and Sangulllen; Mar lefcal and Ratfer. HRs: 5.F.- Klngman Bwids Goodson (3) Houslon iOl 7 13 Montreal WO 001 000-1 8 Dierker (5-2) end Edwards? Torre Walker Lemasler Git bert (8) and Humphrey. HRs: Watson (9L May Cedeno Cincinnati ......000 IM 100 000 MO 4 13 PhEfadelphia 010 000 000 MO 000 3 14 Grlmslev. Carroll Hall (II Spraaue Gullell (2-2) Bo bon (17) and Bench; Fryman, Brai don Hoerjier Twitehell (2-1 Lersch (17) and Ryan. HRs Cin.....Bench (2) Hennlgan 8) Mtngorl (B) and HR: rovae 000 005 Sit 402 013 7 13 1 Stanhnuse ShelierVback Panther (6) and Bill- ngs; Lonborg [S-D, Urny iallilf. HR: Mil--RaNilf (D. Boston "H 1 T iUiHM CIlV 1M-WO W1-' Krausse (1-3) Peters (S) Tlanl (7) Talum IS) and Fiskj Drago (3-4) and Klrfcpatrick. New York 000 IW 000-1 I 1 Chicago 004 000 wx- I 1 Peterson. (3-7) and Munson; Wood [8-3) Herrman. HRS: Chl-Rekhardt Mellon Minnesota OW 010 5 0 pelroil MO 000 5 14 0 Ksat, Corbin Norton Gran- ger LaRoche d-3) (lot and Roof, Aimer.vakJ Lolkh, Seelback Scherman (1-0) (9) and Halt- er HRs; Thompson Brown, MINOR BALL SCORES Pacific Coail Salt Lake 5 Eugene 4 Tucson 6 Hawaii 0 International Louisville 7 Charleston 1 I Syracusa II Penlnsuli I 3AVS 0V dllD 3AVS 0V 3AVS CSV 1022 HENDERSON LAKE BIVD. PHONE 327-8649 ALBERTA REGISTER NOW! Due lo increased popularity generated through- out Western Canada, we urge all boys to REGISTER NOW, in order thol they may select )he week (or weeks) they prefer to attend hockey school. Don't be disappointed in August. Sonrf in your opplicalion today, so you can be assured of taking pan In our action-packed program featuring EDDIE DYCK-VANCOUVER CANUCKS ROSS WAYNE. MULOIN-CIEVEIAND. 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