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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THI HSBALD Tueiday, 1, 1970 Gordon Takes Over MONTREAL (CP) Jack Gordon, general manager and coach of the American Hockey League Cleveland Barons, today was named coach of Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League. Wren Blair, Minnesota gen- eral manager, told a news con- ference that Gordon, who spent 1? years at Cleveland as a player, coach ajid general man- ager, had signed for a three- year term. Gordon, four-time winner of the Calder trophy as AIIL play- off titclist, becomes the fourth man to coach Minnesota since the Stars entered the NHL in 1967-68 season. He was preceded by Blair, Jolm Muckler and Charlie Burns. Gordon, a native of Winnipeg where Minnesota will train this fall, broke into hockey with the New York Ranger's organiza- tion. A centre, he played at New Haven and Cincinatti before joining the Barons in 1951. He was named Cleveland coach in 1956 and guided the Barons to the Calder Cup that season. He was named AHL coach of the year fair times. Meet Ends At Calgary CALGARY iCP) The 16- day thoroughbred spring race meet ended Monday at Victoria Park with Swift Flutter captur- ing the closing day feature. The four-year-old bay gelding took the Southridge Purse, his first win of the year. Ridden by Don Hunt, Swift Flutter covered the 1 1-16 miles in to defeat Copel To Dash by two lengths. Third by a ncse was Rosie's Stel. The daily double combination cf Sides Queen in the first race and Blessed Hour in the second paid The exactor was worth when Golden Foam outran Lagforthelina in the fifth race. CANADIAN TITLE Larry Schweigari of Lethbridge wort the white belt division of the Canadian karate championships held in Calgary over the weekend. Schweigart is a member of the Lethbridge Karate School. Mark Ralph of Fort Maclecd, a teammate of Schweigart, placed second in the yellow belt competition. Metro Replaced ji KANSAS CITY (AP) Char- lie Metro was fired today as manager of Kansas City Royals and pitching coach Bob Lemon, former Cleveland Indians star hurler, was named as Ms suc- cessor. Cedric Tallis, Royals' execu- tive vice-president and general manager, mafic the announce- ment at a news conference. The action came little mare than 2t hours after tlw club re- turned from a disastrous road trip during which it won only one of nine games. Kansas City is in fifth place in the American League's western division, games behind first-place Minne- sota, with a record of 19 victo- ries and 33 losses. Red Wings Leave Billy Pea Unprotected Important Draft MONTREAL (CP) The Na- tional Hockey League's annual meetings swing into high gear today with the intra-league draft and signs of a better fin- ancial (leal for amateur hockey in the offing. In today's draft each of the 12 clubs is allowed to protect 18 players, with goaltenders and first-year pros exempt. Draft price is per player, with each team allowed to lose only one player. There were a few surprises when the clubs filed their pro- tected lists Monday night. New York Rangers' did not protect forwards Ron Stewart and Don Marshall and defenceman Tim Morton. However, the team stands to lose only one of the three veterans under the draft rules. Also unprotected will be vet eran right winger Claude Prov ost of Montreal Canadiens, def enceman Pat Quinn of Toront Maple Leafs, forward Billy Dea and defenceman Paul Popeil o Detroit Hcd Wings, Bill Speer o Boston Bruins and left winger Reg Fleming of Philadelphia Flyers. Provost has said he will retire rather than join another team. Al Arbour, appointed coach of 'St. Louis Blues last week after a fine record as a defenceman and captain with the club, ap peared on the team's protected list despite the fact he sail Monday he has no intention o filling the dual capacity o coach and player. TAKES NO CHANCES Apparently Scotty Bown St. Louis general manager feared Arbour would be draftee by another club if left unpro- tected. Meanwhile, officials of the Ca nadian Amateur Hockey Asso- ciation were meeting with NHL officers in an effort to amenc the cm-rent pro-amateur agree ment before Thursday's ama teur draft. It was learned that the pro- posed new rules would give the CAHA the present for each of the first 72 amateurs drafted, plus another to funnel back to the club level if the draftee was signed to a pro DATSUN 1600 PICKUP the most misunderstood truck in the country We built the Datsun 1600 pickup to be a tough, rugged, no-nonsense, hard-working tool. Fine. A lot of people bought it for Just that. But a lot of other people bought it and they don't use it for work. They use it for play. We put a sturdy 96 horse engine in it because a working truck needs lots of power. We designed it to haul a ton, because a working truck should be able to handle heavy loads. It gets up to 30 miles to the gallon, because a working truck should be economical to operate. And it handles like a nifty little car because there's no reason why a truck that wears like a tank should handle like a tank. We built North America's number-one selling imported truck to work for its living and they're out there living a life of pleasure. Where did we go wrong? IOl DATSUN PROM M I SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE, PORT OF ENTRY VANCOUVER, MONTREAL, HALIFAX. PLUS TAX, LICENCE, LOCAU FREIGHT, IF ANY. contract and an a d d i t i o n a I if the player performs in at least 25 NHL games in his first season. The NHL rules committee also had its innings, taking an- otlrer step to straighten out the curved stick blades controversy. The committee cut tile maxi- mum curvature allowed to onc- haif inch from the one-inch al- lowed last season and the 1V4 inches permitted two years ago. A new anti-delay rule to be tried during the pre-season exhi- bition schedule was proposed for approval by the league gov- ernors today. The rule would create a free face-off in cases wbure players deliberately freeze che puck or shoot it over the boards instead of clearing or passing it. In a free face-off, the referee will place the puck on the spot of the face-off circle in tha zone of the team committing the in- fraction. On a signal from the referee, the player taking the face-off will play the puck in any manner other than taking a direct shot on the defending goal from within the circle. Also proposed was that basi- cally white uniforms he worn by home teams and colored uni- forms by visiting teams, revers- ing the present system. Also awaiting approval by governors is a doubling of fines for automatic penalties. H approved, a misconduct penalty will cost the player in- volved 530, a game misconduct a match penalty a major penalty causing injury and penalties dealing with1 altercations' up to a level Ticic'sa Datsun lor you; Setfsns. ;6CO 2-Dooi and lastcd a home run and added a single for the Pirates. Jolm Wagontall rapped a home run and singles for the Expos while Dale Ptycia chip- ped in with two singles. Dan-ell Osmond had two doubles and two singles to pace the Indians to a hard-fought 17-14 Lakeside Little League triumph over the Twins. Brent Maxwell took the pitch- ing win while Tim O'Brien ab- sorbed the loss. Lome Osmond added a doub- le and two singles for the In- dians while losing-pitcher O'Brien had a double and three singles and Brian Gaskill added a double and single for the Twins. Kim Schnoor blasted a grand- slam home run and added two doubles as the Blue Jays dump- ed the Larks 25-9 in a Lake- side Minor League game. Darren Pepper was the win- ing pitcher' while Ricky Wilson had two doubles and a single for the winners. In Norcrest Minor League ac- tion, the Bears bounced the Panthers i.6-5 as Doug Voigt took the mound victory. Doug Waack sparked the win- ners at the plate with a triple and double. Jim Kosowich pitched and batted the Pumas to a 17-16 Norcrest Minor League win over the Beavers. Kosowich had a home run and two singles for the Pumas while Bruce Gilchrist chipped in with two singles off of losing pitcher Torn' Solowjow. Rick Wood and Rick Sera each had a double and single for the Beavers. Greg Graham fired the third strike past 14 batters and al- lowed only two hits as the Red Sox blanked the Tigers 5-0 in a Lakeside Little League contest. Larry Lennox was handed the defeat despite whiffing 12 bat- ters. Bart Green had a double to pace the Red Sox attack. North Stars Triumph Tile North Stars picked up a win Monday night in the Leth- bridge Minor -Soccer Associa- tion. by the two-goal perform- ance of Francis Decoste, the North Stars defeated the Cou- gars 5-3. Greg Kvedcr, Emilio Mantel- lo and Mike Vercillo added a goal apiece for the winners in the roughly-played contest. Lionel Stokel, Derrick Re-d- man and Cliff Miyashiro were ibe marksmen for the CougaiS, each with a singleton. RCMP Garners Second Victory The RCMP came up with their second win of the Com- mercial Men's Fastball League season Monday night, at Dave Elton. After plating eight runs in the first inning, the RCMP sail- ed to a 14-6 win over the Con- tractors. Rudy Egger went the distance on the mound for the winners while Garth Lamb was tagged with the loss. Bob Galatiuk stroked a pair of singles for the RCMP while Roy Penoyer chipped in roth a home run. Don Dietzen had a home run in a losing cause while Wayne Nesbitt and Richard Dietzen each added a double. Nu-Mode Homes rode the pitching of Marv Mosei' t.o an easy 9-1 victory over the Mar- quis Hotel in the second con- test. Ron Wakelin paced the win- ners' attack against losing pit- cher Brian Dickson as he rap- ped put two singles while Gary Rosling added a double. Losing-pitcher Dickson was lops for the losers with a double. No league games will be play- ed tonight as the previously- scheduled games have been postponed. Next league action will take place Wednesday evening at Dave Elton. Gladstone, Fox Sliiiie CALGARY (CP) Clement Fox of Cardston, Alta., was the only rider to stay on a brahma bull for the required eight sec- onds during an all-Indian rtodeo on the nearby Sarcee Reserve Sunday. Jerry Hamel of Dixon, Mont., collected for a finish in the steer wrestling ent. Bob Gottfriedson of Kam- loops, B.C., won the saddlo b r o n c event, Tom Walters of Browning, Mont., the bareback bronc event, Jim Gladstone of Cardston the calf roping event, Bill Deveraux of Browning the team roping event, Beverly Tail feathers of Cardston the wom- en's barrel racing event and Susan Connelly of Browning thfl girl's barrel racing event. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Chicago 2H 21 New York St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal 24 53 19 West Cincinnati 40 Atlanta 2? Los Angeles 30 Sari Francisco 25 Houston 25 San Diego 25 .727 .56? .556 .455 .439 .431 WVi TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta Jarvis 5-3 af Philadelphia Sunning 3-6 N. New York Seaver 7-5 at Houston Griffin J-6 N St. Louis Taylor 1-3 at Los Angeles osteen 3-4 N Cincinnati Nolan 6-2 at Montreal Moore 0-1 N Chicago Jenkins 5-7 ar San Diego Kirov J-6 H Pittsburgh Biass 2-8 at San Francis- co AAarlchal 2-4 N MONDAY'S RESULTS New York OW 001 2 7 0 Houston 040100 5 0 McAndrew (2-4) and Grole; Billing, ham (3-1) Cook DILauro (9) and Edwards. HR: LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Carly, Atl.......180 47 76 .367 Perez, Cln.......207 47 76 .367 HIckman, Chi 142 31 49 .345 Grabark'z, LA 28 55 .344 Geston, SO..... 37 U .341 DIetz, SF 172 29 58 ,337 Clemente, Pit 178 18 60 .337 Menke, Hou.....217 30 73 .336 Henderson, SF.....2W U M .325 Shamsky, NY .151 19 47 .325 Home Runs: Perez, 20; Rich Allen, St. Louis, IS; Bench, Cincinnati, 18; McCovey, San Francisco, 18. uns Batted In: Perer, 59; Bench, 51. Pitching: Simpson, Cincinnati, 8-1, G. Stone, Atlanta, 5-1, .833; Mer- Cincinnati, 11-3, .786. Baltimore New York Bosion. Detroit Washington Cleveland MIn jsola California Oakland Chicago Kansas City Milwaukee W 36 33 29 20 T 17 L pet. GBL 18 .667 24 .564 25 .500 9 26 .480 10 28 .462 11 29 .420 13 IS .694 20 .623 3 25 .537 7Mi 34 .370 16'A 33 .365 36 .321 1? TODAY'S GAMES Minnesota Kaat 5-2 at New York Bahnsen 3-4 N California Murphy 6-5 at BBlflmort McNally 9-3 N Oakland Hunter 8-5 af Cleveland Moors 3-4 N Milwaukee Peters 0-1 at Detroit ain 4-2 N Boston Siebert 3-2 at Chicago Jan- eski J-3 N Washington Brunei 3-4 af Kansas City Drago. 3-4 H MONDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 100 Oil 1 I Milwaukee 104 000 4 Sisk Weaver Crider (8) and Herrmann; Krausst U-S) and Root. HRs: LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Carew, Min.....TdO 22 55 .393 A Johnson, Cal 211 29 74 ,351 F Robinson, Bal 157 30 S5 .350 PInson, Cle 155 21 54 .348 Oliva, Min......204 34 69 .338 F. Alou, Oak 207 32 70 .338 Aparicio, Chi 184 35 62 .337 White, NY..... 209 70 .335 Kaltne, Det.....170 26 56 .32? Killebrew, Min 170 37 55 .374 Home Runs: J. 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