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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Puck issues are settled MONTREAL (CP) - Peace appeared to be the over-riding theme today as the annual meeting of the National Hockey League moved Mo its final day. Today's final sessions featured a pair of early drafts-the all-important amateur and the bo-hum second phase of the reverse. A pair of potentially volatile Issues were settled amicably Wednesday when the owner* player's council reached mutual agreement on several points under dispute; and appeals by two clubs against fines imposed by president Clarence Campbell were terminated without any formal hearing. FOUR PLAYERS ENTER Four former hockey greats were Inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame in the player category-while a still-active executive was selected in the builder group. Players selected to the Hall were: the late Terry Sawchuk, who died last year after an outstanding 20-year goaltending career; the late Harvey (Busher) Jackson, an all-star left winger with Toronto Maple Leafs; Ralph (Cooney) Weiland, a former star centre with Boston Bruins, and the late Dr. Cordon Roberts, a one-time left winger with the old Ottawa Senators. Arthur M. Wirtz, chain�a� of the board of Chicago Stack Hawks, was selected in the builder category. Both Charles Mulcahy, the Boston lawyer who represents the owners, and Alan Eagleson of Toronto-the executive director of the NHL Players' Association -expressed satisfaction with progress the two groups bad made. One of the most aggravating subject*-contract signing before training camp-was resolved when it was agreed by both sides that protected players and players who have played more than SO games in the preceding NHL season, must be signed to a contract before reporting to training camp and will not be allowed in training camp until signed. MUST SUBMIT PACTS Clubs now must submit contracts to the players by Aug. 9 of each year and they must be signed by Aug. 20 or both sides must submit to arbitration. Eagleson said that be and Campbell will attempt to appoint an independent arbitrator by July 10 to settle contract disputes that may arise later. Previously Campbell acted as the middle man in such disputes. Eagleson said another forward step had been taken when the owners agreed that the protected players will attend a training camp of 28-day duration this fall, while rookies will go through the regular 30-day training period. It was agreed that the period of training will not exceed 23 days for the 1972-73 and 1973-74 seasons. The owners also agreed to pay all protected players a flat $600 for the camps this fall in beu of payment for exhibition games and training camp allowances. Payments for the lesser time for the next two years will be agreed on at a later date. AVOID HEARING Campbell said that the case of Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins appealing fines levied by the president against them for separate bench-clearing incidents by the players of both teams "have been terminated withn at uoorfyarial heng.'m' without any formal hearing." The Bruins had appealed a $1,000 fine the club received because of an altercation in a late-season game against Buffalo Sabres, while the Leafs attacked the $5,000 amount they Jeep' Gladiator BiHer-Jeeder For large campers or heavier loads WW TO 0,000 us, Tea-Drive the �tra , CO-power of 4-Wheel Drive Jeep" Id UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 were charged for m bench-clearing incident during their playoff series against New York Rangers. The governors agreed to more severe penalties against the players who indulge in these infractions, authorizing, game misconduct penalties against the first identifiable player who jumps off the bench, and any followers who draw any type of penalty after reaching the ice. Campbell now is authorized to bit game misconduct offenders with suspensions as well as the automatic $100 fine. Campbell said the Boston club expressed satisfaction that the new and more severe penalties will achieve their objective and eliminate the need for fines against the club and it withdrew its appeal, allowing the original Campbell decision to stand. DISPOSES OF APPEAL In the case of Toronto, Campbell disposed of the appeal when be also expressed satisfaction with the new rule. He reduced the fine against the Leafs to $2,000 and allowed the Rangers a similar remission. The Rangers had been assessed a similar $5,000 sum, but had not appealed t'ne president's ruling. Toronto also abandoned its appeal of the disciplinary action Campbell had taken when the Leafs were fined $1,000 for a bench-clearing incident in Los Angeles in mid-season. In the first phase of the reverse draft Wednesday, the AHL and WHL teams drew 31 players from the reserve hsts of the NHL clubs at $15,000 per player. Quarterbacks signed by ball clubs NEW YORK (AP) - Washington Senators and Chicago White Sox both produced surprises at the baseball draft Wednesday by selecting athletes best known for the way they throw the bait-Dartmouth pitcher Pete Broberg and Mississippi quarterback Archie Manning. The Senators, expected to seek hitting help, went instead for -pitching by selecting Broberg as the No. 1 draft choice in one category of the secondary phase. The White Sox opened the other category in the secondary phase by making Harvard catcher Pete Varney the No. 1 selection and then sent for Manning, a standout professional football prospect currently bogged down in contract negotiations with New Orleans Saints. Two other athletes who also made big names for themselves as quarterbacks-Jos Thels-mann of Notre Dame, selected by Minnesota Twins, and Char* lie Dudish of Georgia Tech, picked by San Diego Padres-were selected as the draft finished with a total of 94* players picked in two days. Both TWes-mann and Dudish are shortstops. But Broberg and Manning commanded the most attention, sinse the fiuannial blandishments involved in their signings likely would exceed all the rest. Broberg, a righthander who allowed only 82 bits and struck out 212 in 151 1-3 Innings for Dartmouth, previously bad been drafted by Oakland Athletics and turned down a reported $150,000 offer to continue his education. Broberg still has one year of college remaining. League leaders NATIONAL LIAOUB Torre, StL .. Brock, StL .. Garr, Atl ... W. Davit, LA Beckert, Chl J. Alou, Hou Cash, Pflh .. Lefebvre, LA Staub, AMI .. Mayi, SF ... AB r H Pet. ... 222 37 80 .360 ... 236 50 85 .360 . . 250, 45 90 .360 .. . 224 35 80 .357 .. 220 33 76 .345 . . . 161 12 55 .342 ... .174 38 66 .340 . . 123 1 5 41 .333 ... 180 32 60 .333 173 35 57 .329 H.HATrV,UnAVl.fein!'PmSbUrBh''J0; 53?JPfiK &S� P,tt,bUr8h' 2*833 ^Iton, St. Louis, 10- AMIr'iCAN LSAOUf Ollva, Mln ...... ** Murcer, fJY .. . Kallne, Det..... B. Robinson, Bal . Ro|a�, KC ...... R. Smith, Bos ... Tovar, Mln ...... ,, Retchardt, CM . . 151 Uhlaendar, Clt . Otl�, KC........., , 3T ,W4 ..Home runs: Cash, Detroit, 12; Ollva, Minnesota, 12) Otis, Kansas City, 11,' Detroit lT' 0,kland' 11' Wl Morton-Runs' batted In: Klllebrew, Minnesota, 48; Petrocelll, Boston, 41. Pitching 6 decisions: Cuellar, Baltimore, w, .900; Blue, Oakland, 12-2, b57� n H Pet. 1�� 35 72 .381 1W 32 70 .361 155 29 50 .323 202 28 63 .312 196 28 41 .311 218 39 67 .307 223 34 68 .305 151 14 46 .305 115 9 35 ,304 194 32 59 .304 8IGNS FOR OPEN MONTREAL (CP) - Gardner Dickinson, 19-year golf veteran who recently won the $125,000 Atlanta Golf Classic, will compete in the Canadian open golf championship at nearby Richelieu Valley July 1-4, it was announced Tuesday. 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