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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 IHKBRIDCE HERALD Thursday, 15, 1971 NAME TEAM Horry Sinden (right) talks with John Ferguson after press conference in Toronto Wednesday night naming the team thaf will meet the Russians. The team, to be coached by Sinden assistant coach, will be the Team Canada. with Ferguson (CP Wirephoto) Expects to name players in the not too distant future Sinden decides to call club Team Canada TORONTO (CP) Harry Sin- den, armed with an administra- tive staff but still without play- ers for the forthcoming Can- ada-Russian hockey series, said Wednesday night the Canadian effort is jelling without any major flaws. Sinden called a news confer- ence to introduce the staff he has gathered in the week since he was named to coach a select team of Canadian nationals and to announce the team's name: Team Canada. The dapper 39-year-old build- ing trade executive, who in four years took Boston Bruins from the NHL cellar lo a Stanley Cup in 1969-70, said he had hoped last week to name the players he'll take to training camp in Toronto, Aug. 13. "There are a number of rea- sons I he explained. "Before I talk to any of the players I had to contact the general managers (of their clubs) to make sure they'd be available." He said he had talked to two- thirds of the clubs he would he drawing personnel from and they have been "100 per cent behind it." Sinden said he ex- pects to complete talks with the clubs and begin approaching the players within the next week. He said reports that he had already approached players for the team were erroneous, that he has not made contact with "any player in any way, shape or and that he has "a 24th ANNIVERSARY SILVER BIRTHSTONE RINGS 52.95 Sandy's Jewellery list that changes day to day" of the players he wants to take against the Russians in Septem- ber. Sinden said the Aug. 13 date to start training camp is based on the scheduled Canadian games against Russia but he would still prefer having the Ca- nadian portion played at a later date. The dates selected for Ihe Ca- nadian games in Montreal, To- ronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver are Sept. 24-5-8. The four games on the Russian portion of the series will he in Moscow on Sept. 22-24-26-28. He said Ihe makeup of the Ca- nadian learn would not follow the NHL all-star guidelines in purse excites Shoemaker Winner takes all INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) Bill Shoemaker, who has ridden more winners than any jockey in history and rarely shows emotion, said the rich- est match race in United States turf history has him "a little excited." Owners Fletcher Jones of Typecast and Leonard Lavin of Convenience want to find out which is the better horse, so they've put up each for a mile showdown Saturday at Hollywood Park. Another- was added by Hollywood Tiirf Club, making Minor baseball Rob Sudiekat gave up only two hits, but had to settle with the loss as the Cardinals edged the Expos 6-5 in Norcrest Little League action Wednesd a y night. Dave Lay ton picked up the mound win with a four-hitter. Layton aided his own cause with a double and two singles while Hon Moline chipped in with a pair of singles. Terry Hamilton managed three singles in a losing cause. At Lakeside, Harvey Pocza bested Kim Kirkpatrick on the mound and gave the Angels a slim 7-5 win over the Twins. Pocza led the Angels at the plate blasting two home runs while Gordon Tait and Allan Gepneris added a double each. Exclusive Dealer For KUSTOM KOACH TRAVEL TRAILERS Ftalurn include: Tinted slide windows Eye level gourmet oven PIui many other exclusive feolurci. A Complete line Jo Choose From SAVE DURING OUR OPENING SPECIAL at Bridge Villa Sales 1010-2 Ave. A. N. Phone 328-2252 (1 Blnck Weir of Centre Villagj Mall) Tim Hisaoka managed a dou- ble for the Twins. In Farm League play, the Tigers dropped the Wolves 13-8. Kelly Tweeter picked up the win while M. DeArmond suffer- ed the loss. Mark Lizzi stroked a triple and two singles for the win- ners while Scott Young rapped a triple and two singles for the losers. Ron Mosor fanned 16 batters and. led the Royals to a 9-1 decision over the Comets in Senior League play. John Wagontall fired the third strike past 10 batters, but suffered the loss. Rocky McGee poked out a double and a single for the Royals while Gordon Tokariuk rapped a pair of singles for the losers. In another encounter, Dale Nesting earned the mound vic- tory and paced .the Athletics to a slim 12-H win over the Giants. In Norcrest Minor League the Bears bested the Cougars 19-12. Kevin Wickersheim was the winner. Gary Tokariuk belted a home run and a double while HIES Hooper chipped in with a double for the winners. it a winner-take-all race. Shoemaker, 40, who has won purses amounting to more than S47 million in his 23 years of riding, pilots Type- cast. Jerry Lambert, 31, will be aboard Convenience. Each of the Fillies must carry 120 pounds. Shoemaker has ridden 55 winners of races, hut the winning rider Saturday could receive a share equal to three or four of those. "We haven't discussed it Shoemaker says of his split, "but I imagine it will be 10 per cent of Neither jockey wants to swap mounts for this race. "They're both good says Shoemaker. "C o n v e n- ience might have a bit more natural speed but Typecast .has good staying ability." Lambert, who predicts "a real tight has won seven races In his career, the latest aboard Con- venience by a half-length over Typecast in the Van- ity Handicap June 3. Typecast won the Milady on May 18, also at Hollywood Park, with Convenience six lengths hack in third place. In their only other meeting, tlie Santa Margarita Invita- tional at Santa Anita in March, Convenience and Typecast ran two-three to Turkish Trousers. The Typecast-Convenience race is the richest two-horse match since the vic- tory by Nashua over Swaps in 1S55 at Washington Park. That race clinched Hcrse-of-the Year honors for Nashua. This race may have bearing on selection of 1972's champion in the filly and mare division. SOMMERFELDT CAR SALES present GRADUATION SPECIALS LIKE NEW 250 C.C. YAMAHA 765 FORD GALAXIE 2-DR. HOT. 768 CHEV IMPAIA laycr-c o a c h of Philadelplu'a itazers. The NHL champion Bruins eft McKenzie unprotected in he recent expansion team Iraft and hadn't approached him about a contract for next eason, he said, prompting Me- (enzie's move to the new eague. McKenzie described the deci- sion to leave the Bruins and tha as the biggest of his life, ie signed a three-year contract calling for six figures, report- edly a year. The pact contains a money guarantee and a no trade clause. The Blazers obtained WHA rights to McKenzie from Quebec City for players to be determined later. IAS SECURITY "If the Bruins had protected me in the draft, I would not have even considered talking vith the World Hockey Associa- McKenzie said. "Because :hey didn't, I thought my lime in Boston would be a litlle shaky, so I decided that maybe it was time for me to make a they moved me. got security and I'm going to .earn the coaching and busl ness end of hockey." The 34 year old McKenzie said he would hire an assistant coach to handle the bench dur- ing games. "I will be coach up until game said McKenzie, who spent 10 seasons in tire NHL, the last seven with the Bruins. "The assistant coach wil. make line changes and make sure the boys are ready on tho bench. We'll have a set pattern of line changes, power play units, penalty killers, matching up of lines." McKenzie, known In the NHL as an aggressive, reckless type of player, said he hopes lo mole a team in his own image. LOOKING FOR CENTRES He already has Toronto's Ber- nic Parent in the nets and plans to build his team down the mid die. He's looking for a couple of good centre men. The Blazers already have signed centre Andre Lacroix from the NHL Clucago Black Hawks. The S-fool-9 McKenzie has been playing professional lockey since 195G. He first ame lo the NHL with Black Hawks in 1958 and (ten was raded to Detroit Hod Wings. The Wings sent him to Ihe mi- nors in I960, where he remain- ed until reluming with the Black Hawks in 1363. The Black Hawks deall him Mecom Jr. cleared by Rozelle NEW YORK (AP) John Mecom Jr., president and prin cipal owner of New Orleans Saints, was cleared Wednesday by Commissioner Pete Rozelle of the National Football League of alleged underworld assocla lions involving two real estate transactions. A statement Issued by Roz elle, however, said that Mecom was divesting himself of Mb holdings in the two deals. Rozelle's statements said tin NFL had conducted an invest! gallon of the charges made May 31 before the House of Repre- sentatives select committee on organized crime, during whicl the director of the New Orleans crime commission charged Mecom with associating with people who had underworld connections. Rozelle said the charges made by Aaron Chon, "evoket banner headlines throughout the country and prompted during the course of our investigation an official inquiry to this offici from a United States senator." Golf league play results Low net Edith Faulkner, Mayfair 38. Low Faulkner, Mayfair 48. Low team net Mildred Skrove, Joan Boulton, Barb Howe, Mildred Cox, Dorce: UlIy-167. STANDINGS Seemans Jewellery........ y Value VMUse M 3: Mildred Skrove ..................Jl Maxines .......................76 fBir Vogue IS LETHBRIDGE COUNTRY CLUB Invites APPLICATIONS for the position of CLUB MANAGERS All prror applicants are invited to apply once again! PLEASE WRITE BOX 122, LETHBRIDGE HERALD to New York Rangers In IOCS and he was sent to Boston in He scored 29 goals and -11 assists to help the Bruins win the Stanley Cup in 1969-70 and last year contributed 22 goals and 47 assists to the Bruins' championship drive. His NHL career record is 206 goals and 208 assists for 474 points. He has spent 917 min- i utcs in the penalty box. Says: 'Golfer of the Year" Stand Erect Because yon want free-swinging motion through the ball, one that generates a maximum of centrifugal force at im- pact, you must give your- self room at address. That is, take a stance in which your hack is rela- tively straight and your chin well away from your hocly. With a slight bend at the waisl, you should be able to look (illustration) at your toes. 1972 NAT1. News. Syn. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA MAJOR W L Pet. GBL Calgary Jlmmlci 8 1 Lefhbrldge 7 4 Calgary Glanli 5 4 .555 3 Edrn. 4 3 .521 3 Red Deer 2 6 SVt ETcJm Blus Willow 1 9 -100 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST ......W L PCI. GBL New YorK H -W2 Pittsburgh 33 19 .ilt> V, Chicago 38 33 .560 4tt St. Louis 33 30 .434 11 Montreal 31 30 ,413 t! Philadelphia 30 33 .377 14 WEST Cincinnati 34 19 .642 Los AngelCS 32 22 .593 Houston 31 33 .574 3Vi A1lan1a...... 25 ?7 .481 BVj San Diego >8 3S .340 14 San Francisco I? 39 .328 TODAY'S GAMES San Olego Grelf (3.9) al CMeago Hands (5-7) San Francisco Slone (3-6) and Mc- at Pittsburgh Briles (J2) and Moose (4-2) WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS San Diego ....010104 15 0 Chicago .....331 006 16 D Arlin, Acosta (1-3) Caldwell Cor kins -Shaler IB] and Corrales; McGinn Phoebus (3) and Hundley. HRs: SanD-Srahl Gaston Wilirams Cardenal Santo Lei Angeles al SI. Louis, ppd rain. Montreal 000 HO f 0 Houston .....000000 9 0 Sltmeman, Marshall (4.1} C9) and Humphrey; Forsclx Grltlln (7) Glad- ding (1-2) (8) srinson HR: H co- May San Franclito Ml 000 3 t 2 PMlsburgh 000100 000- 1 5 1 McDowell {7--0 and Rader; Ellis (5-3) R. Hernandez [8) and SanguiHen. Philadelphia 000 000 1 5 1 Cincinnali 1W 100 S 0 Lcrsch (1-3) Brandon (6) Selma (8> and Ryan, Koegel Bllllngham (4-6) Carrol (9) and Bench. HRs: Bench New York .101 TOO I U 1 Allanta.....000110 9 0 Matlack (7-7) fAcGraw (8) and Dyer; Nash Baker LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet Carty, AH .......140 95 47 .334 Sangulllen, Pgn 191 21 64 .335 M. Alou, SL .....160 73 60 .333 Torre, SL 198 ?7 45 .328 Lee, SD 168 21 5j .327 Buckner, LA 121 IS 39 .322 Tolan, Cln .......305 39 66 .322 elements, Pgh 1S3 29 58 .317 Cedno, H 183 59 58 ,317 Home runs: Bench, Cincinnati. StargeU, Pittsburgh, Runt batted in: Bench 5lar- gell Pitching (5) decisions: Nolan, Cin- cinnati, Sulton, Los An- geles, Brass, Pittsburgh, J. Ray, Houston, AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore Detroit Cleveland Boston York Mllwauke Oakfand Chicago Minnesota California City Texas W L J8 "t 28 22 22 75 21 75 20 J9 14 33 WEST 33 17 31 19 27 21 75 27 72 28 23 30 Pet .540 ,560 .4M .457 .333 1 .Wo .620 .563 .434 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Bahnsen [5-i> New YocX Pelerson [4-7) N Kansas Ci1y Murphy (2-3) ftt 1on Sfeberr (42) Cleveland Cclberl (0-4) it Califor- nia WrfgTir (6-2) N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 000 000 4 I New York .in 110 3 7 0 Bradley (7-3) Romo (6) Lemonds (7) Regan (8) and Brlnkman; Kekkh (5-5) Lyle (7) and Munson. HRs: Callison Mureer Baltimore Ml ooo MO t> J Oakland 000 10Q 000 1 McNally (7-5) and dates Hunter Cd-3) and Tenrtce. HR: Bal-Grlch DeJrolt 100 010 379 Minnesota 000 3W I 0 Lolich (10.4) and: Woodson (4-5) LaRoche [81 Granger (9) and AAllterwBld, Dempsey HRs: Klllebrew Milwaukee ftOO T Texas 000 7 V I Brett Bell Colborn Sanders [8) and Fefske; Hand Lindblad (8) and Billings. HR: Mil Brlggs Kansas Cily 000 000 17? BDltOn 440 100 11 13 0 Rooker (3-3) Fltzmorrls (2) Aber- nathy (7) Nelson and May: Curtis (3-1) and Flsk. HRs: Schelnblum (3) May CD; Bos-Cater (2) Flsk Cleveland 200 000 3 1 1 California 4M MO 4 B 0 Wlfcox. Tidrow Kilkenny Hennigan MIngorl (8) and Fosse; Ryan [4-0, Rose Allen (9) and Slephenscwi, Kusnyer HRi: Cal-Sfanron Oliver LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pel D Aflen, CM 177 31 57 .327 PIniella, KC 197 32 43 .329 Rudl, Oak 197 33 42 315 C. May, Chi 179 31 56 313 Alomar, Cal 211 74 65 .303 R, Oliver, Ca! 147 19 45 .306 Braun, Mln 137 10 38 .W Carew. Win 181 21 Si P. Kelly, CM 141 74 42 '.291 PJnson, Caf 167 ?4 49 .29: Home runs: R. Jackson, Oakland, 11; Cash, Detroit, II; D, Allen, Chica- go, 11. Runs baited In: D Allen, Chicago, 40: R. Jackson, Oakland, 35, Pitching 5 decisions: Kaat, Minneso- ta, 7-1, .875i FJngers, Oakland, 5-1, They're here! Seiberling STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever sold! ELRICH TIRE LTD. 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