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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 1H6 IETHBRIDOE HEBAID WodnenJoy, Jims 7, 1973 Tattered welcome mat ior newcomers What more do you expect for million? ____ T_ _____i____r tmttnnnl 1 FlMfllPS chOS6 MONTREAL (CP) If Hie 14 established members of the Na- tional Hockey League are happy have New York Islanders and llanla Flames as part of their mils', they have a strange way showing it. Take Tuesday's expansion raft for example. Both the Is- nders and the Flames, who ill begin play next season, ere able to pick up two goalies nd 19 skaters for million, he Islanders also had an addi- to pay to New York Hangers for territorial rights. And what (lid Atlanta get for Its 5fi million? Two goaltenders 1SINHL season and the Is- number Canada's national ;te landers managed to como up with two good goalies. "Over-all we're very satis- said Bill Torrey, New AHL. The Islanders took four Nicholson from Salt Lake Golden Eagles, nlus 19 players who scored a York's general manager. "We grand total of 55 goals in the nterxlcd to come out of it with g Victoria Park race resulls Tuesday night FIRST claiming, a year olds, 7 fur, Icngs Earl Grey CBarroby) 71.10 3.70, Duel Fair (Haynes) 3.W, Palabar (Whittle) Time Fire Return, Glided Wings, Summer Mint, Gay Grin, Atfm Creek also ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year olds and up, 1 furlongs Salda's Star (Levine) n.20 4.60 3.40, Battle Match {Wiseman] 3.00, Flyirvg Phil fSladnykJ 4.20, Time: Ky Honor, Big Little Ripple Burla leads Royal s The senior division of the Lethbridge Minor Soccer League completed their firs; leg in the All-Star Sporting Goods trophy Monday night. The round rohin series is a total goal and point series Mike Burla paced the Roya! to a 6-2 victory over the Coug ars with a pair of goals in th first contest while Joe Mauro Brad Peake, Max Wnitefor Ted Fellar added singletons. Larson and Dave Jack son replied for the Cougars. fn the other encounter, Ji Toone booted in a hat trie and gave the Black Hawks 10-0 shutout over the Ranger: Mike Day and Dave Clark added two goals apiece whi' Brian Konrad, Tom L i 111 and Al Strelton chipped in wil a goal each. THIRD SI.400, claiming, 3 year old maidens furlcwigs Jamies Victory (sladnvk) 3.70 40, Lustrous Sun (Hedge) ?.60 5.0J, ull QuaMr {Rycroft) 3.00. Time 1.37 4-5 Blessedwilhspeed. Barbs LucV, Will rgue, Sabra Nile, Tole Johnny also UINELLA S3UO FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, furlongs Fool Trade (Shields] 9.10 5.00 4.20, ilky Page [Kipling) 6.70 4.90, Sure peed {Combs) 7.EO. Time. 1.36 3-S Alchard, Furious Fliglil, Balli Clare, Alss Joacl, Precious Argent also ran. two singles while Reno hammered two doub- js for the Dodgers. Tuesday night, the Dodgers were edged M-13 by the Cubs. Ken Burla with the aid of Theo DeGroot picked up the mound win over Doug Voght. DeGroot led the Dodgers at the plate with a double and three singles while Reno Catlapan poked out a double and three singles in a losing cause. At Lakeside, the White Sox wlu'pped the Orioles 24-0 behind Barry Kimmitt's three-hit per- formance. George Hiraga took the loss K i m m i 11 aided his own cause with two doubles and two singles while Greg Magyar add cd a double and two singles. Harvey Focza fired a one hitter to pace the Angels to a C-l win over the Indians. Brent Maxwell suffered th loss. Pocza also led the Angels a the plate pounding a home run and a double while Allan Gep- neris chipped in with a homer. Campbell said he hopes de- fenceman Bobby Orr of. Boston Bruins will participate in the se- ries if physically fit. Orr under- went surgery to his left knee in Boston Tuesday and is expected to be in a cast from six to eight weeks. On the subject of expansion, I Campbell said the league hopes to announce by Thursday the I decision on the two cities that get the franchises which will become operative in the season. There are 10 By THE CANADIAN PRESS candidates for the new fran- Minnesota's Fighting Saints chises. indicated Tuesday they weren't However, he added there is a taking any threats sitting down possibility the NHL meetings wliile Edmonton finally showed I could go until Friday, it wasn't averse to getting into Meetings between the NHL the market as the new World governors and the NHL Players Hockey Association continued to Association continue today, pick at rival National Hockey The players' association is re- League ranks. ported to have told the owners Glen Sonmore, Saints' general ;t Wants double the pension ben- manager, said his club would go efjts ;t has been receiving. It o the courts to defend its rights aiso Wants increased payoff o sign NHL players. benefits that would provide The Edmonton franchise, members of a first-place team icanwliile, used an elaborate wjt_t, each if the team reakfast meeting to name also W0n the Stanley Cup. even from the its first signings for the VHA which is scheduled to >egin operation this year with a itrong goaltending and I think ve did." The Islanders grabbed Gerry Desjardins from Chicago Black iawks as their first goaltending choice and then took young Bill Smith from the Los Angeles K i n g s' organization. Smith spent most of his time with Springfield of the American Hockey League last year. HAD FIRST PICK The Flames, who bad first pick in the goaltender's draft, took 23-year-old Phil Myre from Montreal Canadiens and then selected Dan Bouchard from Boston Bruins. Myre was spectator for most of Montreal's games tliis year while Bouchard starred for Boston Braves of the AHL. The Islanders hsd the first choice in the draft of players and while players like Ed West- fall and Ted Green of Use ley Cup champion Bruins were available, Torrey opted for Bart Crashley, from the Montreal or- ganization. Atlanta then helped Montreal become exempt from further claims by drafting Kerry Ket- ter, who played last season with the AHL champion Nova Scotia Voyageurs. Crashley, an all-star last year in the Central Hockey League, IT'S TAKEN "lOU TEN YEARS T' FIND" ANMAV -WHY OONT SOU FOR A MINUTE r T. AN1 ENJOY THE WIGHT SMCO, claiming, 4 year olds and up, furlongs Tiger Tracks (Ncrris) 13.40 5.00 3.50, Feathers inn (Watsons) 5.60 Home James IRycrotl) 7.70 1.57 1-5 Ing L Ann, .2-team league. Bill Hunter, general manager of the as-yet-unnamed Edmon- :on franchise, didn't disclose the figures or terms of contract but said the WHA salaries expected by NHLers are to a year more than they were get- ting in the NHL." JOYAL JUMPS Jumping to the Edmonton bridge Hotel Juniors bo a sli: ._. Hydycliuk registers four-hitter played in 56 games with cham- pion Dallas Black Hawks, scor- ing 20 goals and 38 assists. He has appeared in 61 NHL games, all with Detroit Red Wings, who traded him to Montreal in June 19C9.. WESTFALL PICKED THIRD The Islanders also managed to get Ed Westfall, a top defen- sive player with the Stanley Cup winning Boston Bruins. Many attending the draft were sur- prised that New York made Westfall their third pick instead of their first. Other skaters selected by the Islanders were: Dave Hudson otn Chicago; Brian Spencer nd Brian Marchinko from To onto Maple Leafs; Larry Hor ung and Terry Crisp of St ouis; John Schella and Tec aylor from Vancouver Can cks; veterans Ted Hampson nd Craig Cameron from Min- esota; Garry Peters of Boston; iryan LcElcy from the New fork organization: Gerry Hart rom Detroit; Bill Mikkelsen rom Los Angeles; Norm Fergu- on from California; Jim Mair rom Philadelphia Flyers and (en Murray and Tom Miller rom Buffalo Sabres. Torrey said after looking at his list that he felt Ms club was n better shape now than Van- couver Canucks. "I think we are stronger be- cause we have better goal- Dennis Hydychuk fired a four hitter and led the Lett Leader, Swinging Lane, My Four Dark Susan EXACTOR SS360 claiming, 4 year ofds and up, Pocket Boss (WicCauley) S.7n 2.60, Goldcrest Champ (Sfadnyk) 4.40 3.40, Law Boss (Rasmusscn) Time. Brcnselene, Island Masler, Whlrls- gale, Charlie Cden, Quillallon also ran SEVENTH S2.WW, allowance, t year olds and up, 7 furrong; Transbriar [Hedge! 7.10 4.70 3.50, ke Palace fsradnyk) 9.10 4.90, Sui dance Chtef Wiseman) 3.W. Time Moonlight Shadow, Camel Train, KucKeo Led, Hawk also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year and up 7 furlongs Tole King [Levine) 4.CO 3.40 Harfasen (Rasmu'sen) 3.30, Grey Cup Star (Sradnyk) 4.20 Time 3-5 Polish Red, Redirect, Cresso, Ai other Bomber also an Track Scratch; Thumbtiill OUINELLA Brian Robinson spoiled Poc- no hitter with a double. In Senior Little League ac- tion, the Comets slashed the Cubs 11-3. Ron Moser picked up the vic- tory over Randy Watmough. Steve Devcic pountlert a home run and a pair of singles and Moser a home run and a single 'or the winners while Shane Hirsche managed a double antl a single for the losers. club from the NHL were Eddie Joyal (Fhiladelptiia Al Hamilton (Buffalo Doug Barrio (Los Angeles Kings) and Bob Wall (Detroit Red Edmonton also announced the s i g n i n g s of minor leaguers Roger Cote (Cleveland Brian Carlin (Springfield Kings) and Ross Perkins (Fort Worth An ex-Flyer, Andre Lacroix of Chicago Black Hawks, returned to Philadelphia with the city's WHA entry, the Blazers. And New England Whalers continued to muster NHL hands to their area by signing of Tom Webster of California Golden Seals. Webster missed most of last season with a back injury. The Whalers also signed John Danby.a former Boston Univer- sity aii-America. La bo ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W Hew York...... 3: PiMsburgri...... 3. Chicago 2 Montreal I1 51. Louis Philadelphia Pet .730 Pel. GBL 13 .711 14 .628 Los Angeles ,558 .432 12V2 IS 73 .371 14 2? .356 16 ,T 29 18 ,417 27 19 .557 IV 27 1? -5B7 V, 23 .477 4', 15 29 ,35i 12 17 35 .327 14', Club Athletics in the only Cit Commercial liens' Fastbal League game staged Tuesda night. Hydychuk fanned seven hi ters in earning the win whi' osing pitcher, George Jackc gave up seven hits and struc out four in a losing cause. Bill Harbuz, Bill Hayes an George Lazzaratto stroked a double apiece in the win while Jackci managed two singles and Sonny Knovel a home run for the Athletics. Meanwhile in exhibition play, the M and K Generals blanked the City Electric 8-0. Kaye Elliott, who was reliev- Lenders. Goaltending is a key to any team." Cliff Fletcher, general man- ager of the Flames, thought his club was in good shape for the same reason. ''We have one of the best young goaltenders in the game in Phil Myre. There were a few more good young players avail- able to us. We have only three MacMillan, Keith McCreary and B obby over 25." MacMillan was taken from Toronto, McCreary and Leiter from Pittsburgh. GOOD DEFENCEMEN "We got Hie best defenccman available when we picked up Ron Harris from Detroit, Fletcher added. San 'FiYncfSM TODAY'S GAMES Houston fteuss 3-X at Philadelphia Carlton 5-4 fJ Allan.a Nlckra 7-4 at Montreal Cincinnati McGlolhlin 2-4 at Hew York Gentry 3-3 Chicago Hooton 4-4 Singer 3-5 H St. Louis Cleveland t Lw Angela; at San Fran cisco Markhal 1-8 Pittsburgh Moose 5-? Ellis at San Diego Ktrby 3-6 arxJ Arlln 4-5 t TUESDAY'S RESULTS Houston 200 3M 00ft- 4 11 Philadelphia 000 000 3 6 Roberts (-1-3] Gladding (9) and How srtJ; Fryman 41-5) Lessen (7) Selm (9) and Ryan. HR: Hoo-Roberts (1 Pillsbursrt at San Dicgn, ppd., rai Cineinnali 000 200 2 5 New York 000 101 3 8 Nolan, GulleU (2-3) and Bench fAcAndrew (S-l) Grote. HRs; Mllner ch NY- Atlanta ......003 000 3 i Montreal Ml 010 1 11 Reed (4.4) and Williams; McAnal (1-6) and Humphrey. HR: (9) Chicago.....MO ooo o s Los Angelei 039 Hands (4-31, H, 000 5 10 Ak (E) and Hundley: Downing (3-2) AMERICAN LEAGUE EASTW L CBL 25 18 .561 ore H> 22 .488 4 IB 2? .450 18 25 .41? s 24 .aes ,T 30 13 .698 25 16 .610 25 18 .561 21 25 -457 19 ?i .427 J8 2S .419 Sli at Baltimore 3-1 M Texai at Kansal Other skaters selected by the' Fla mes were: Norm Gra t ton and Morris SleEaniw from the New York Rangers' organiza- ed by Tom Yip in the fourth lion; Larry Romanchych from inning, picked up the mound verdict over Jerry Arestienko, who was relieved by Jerry Stilson. Chicago; Lucien Grenier from Los Angetes; Lew Morrison and Larry Hale from Philadelphia Flyers; Bill Heindl, a former He stands alone among addicts Golf nuts are something else If you would like lo ploy golf in a peaceful, pleasanl, uncrowdcd riv- er valley selling, you cirn invited la visit ihe friendly LETHBRIDGE COUNTRY CLUB nnd talk lo the Manager, MR. DOUG BOYER PHILADELPHIA CAP) Comes now that most intrepid of all sports fans, the golf nut. He stands walking shorts on skinny legs, goofy hat on head, sunburn on face, beer can in hand, peri- scope under arm, chit book in pocket, contraband camera over shoulder, puzzled expres- sion in sporls addicts. Sure, the fcotball fan brnvcs biting cold lo see his heroes, Ihe basketball and hockey buffs fight blizzards to get to the arena, the horse player- stands in rain to lose his money, racing fans risk sun- stroke, baseball devotees chanco boredom and sore seals. nut nowhere in the sporls spectrum do they face the perils, pay the prices and show the perseverance of the golf nut. He's the only spectator who anticipates getting more exer- cise than the athletes. rniCES GO ui> He pays increasing prices for the positive assurance that he can get on the golf course, somewhere, flc has absolutely no promise at nil that he'll see anything but the back of a neighbor's neck. He fighls traffic over hack country roads, pays exorbi- tant prices lo park in a dusty grass in Ihe same county, gels misdirected by private police, held up in con- cession stands, loses the kids, walks hilly miles with the haz- ard of heart attack, drinks too much, gels poked in the ribs by jostling adjacent elbows avoids falling In a lake or stepping on a snake. Seeing a golf shot is some- thing else. _ Hut they keep coming in In- creasing thousands. And the more they come the less chance they have of seeing anything. If Ihey choose to fol- low one of the game's premier Palmer, Trevino, Jack Nicklaus, Doug Sanders, Gary Player, Chi Chi op- portunity of seeing any tiling is diminished even more. If they're lucky they may gel lo see a couple of shots. They come in all sizes, shapes, ages and of assorted series. There are kids in rompers, infants riding their dadtly's backs in slings. There are men in business suits and and, with any luck at all, I characters in loud, malching checks stripes with patchwork. Funny hats blossom like cats at a fish- market. There's fashionable, expensive double-knits with matching shirt and white shoes. There are girls in hoi pants sec through, hip buggers, backless affairs, Whatever they are, and whatever Ihcy suffer, (hey have one Ihihg in Trcvino's affection. "I love 'em. Every one o( their pointy litlle the Super Mex said. "They're Ihe ones who pay the money to get in the gate They're what it's all about Without the paying customers we don't have a tour. Tf we don't have a tour, I'm out o work. lovi 'em all." ouii 001 010 593 Francrsco M; 000 101- 3 7 1 Wisa (5-5) and Simmons; Stone (3-5) cMahon [81 and Rader. HRs: rre Hcnder- i NOR BALL SCORES Pacilie Coasl League II Lake 3 Albuquerqys 1 coma 11 Hawaii 4 ;gene 4 Porlland 1 icenix 7 Tucson 4 ____ Cifv ODAY'S GAMES Minnesota Perry obscn 5-6 N New York Kline mbacfi 1-2 N Milwaukee Lonbcrg 3-2 My Drago 3-4 N Oakland Holrzman C-3 ar Clevefand Canfornii Ryan 44 at Del roll Nslk- o 1-0 M ,1on Kraussa V3 at Chicago Bahn- UESDAY'S RESULTS Oil 13ft- 10 t elrolt 304 OOJ I 2 Rose (M) Fisher O) Foster (5) Queen (7) and Kusnyer; Lolicri C-3) Seelback (8) and Halter. HRs: Cal- Koseo O) Slanlon tn Oliver C2) Rodriguei ECONO .000 316 U B Derroit ......080 000 0 3 Wright and Freenan. HR: Cal Alomar MInnesola C01 000 003 COO 1 BalllmcrB KaalVVjorlon (7) Granger Cor- bin (3-0) [131 ancJ Root, Oempsey Mlllerwald Palmer, (9> Jackson W, Harbison Leonhard Scotr CO-1) (14) and Ekriefcar- ren, Oales HR: holm Oakland Old WO 7 13 0 Cleveland CO? 000 000-3 4 2 Blue, Knowles (7) FTnrjers (5-1) (7) LocKer (8) ond Duncan; Colbert. cori, [61 Farmer (8) and Fosse. HR1 Milwaukee on MO Kansai Cily 010 002 lOx-4 9 0 BreU (2-6) Limy (7) and Rodriguez. lurphy Burgmeier (9) and lay- HR: oston 000 001 1 i ft Chicago 000 000 040 Siebcrt (5-21 and Fisk; Wood (B-4) Kealey C9) nnd New York OM 010-1 4 1 Texa, .....030 203 t U S Pelerson (3-8) McDanle! (A) Deene [7} and CAunson; Bosnian (4-5) Lind- tlad [7) and Bllirngs. KRs: res Tex-Howarrf here! Seiberling STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever soldi ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPUTE TIRi SALES A SERVICE 402 li Seuih Phone or M7-444S LETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;