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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE UTHBRIDCE HERALD Jtiiw'tt, Eagleson reconsiders retirement Hockey Canada fights dissention TORONTO (CP) Hockey Canada emerged from its an- nual meeting Wednesday still pondoring dissension within its executive body and a com- mitteo filling in for president Charles Hay, ailing in a Calgary hospital. Alan Eagleson solved one of the problems by agreeing to continue sen-ing on the Hockey Canada board, at least until tha September series between Can- ada and Russia is realized. Eagleson, who also sits on the organization's steering commit- tee and is executive-director of the National Hockey League Player1 Association, submitted his resignation to the board twee in recent weeks. He said after Wednesday's meeting he would reconsider his latest resignation, given to Hockey Canada last week. "All I want to do is beat tho Russians eight said the Wants to be on power plays Oilers sign Harrison DOWN PAYMENT Jim Harrison today signed a eonlract with Alberta Oilers of the World Hockey Associa- tion. A National Hockey League veteran, Harrison played last year with Toronto Maple Leafs. {CP Wirephoto) Cardston rodeo this weekend The first annual Cardston In- door Rodeo Is slated for Fri- day and Saturday in the Card- rton Ice Centre. Activities get underway Fri- day morning at 11 w i t h a 4-H achievement day to be followed by a queen contest. An obsta- cle trail ride at the Lion's Park will kick off at 5 p.m. Chinook circuit rodeo action Is scheduled for eight Friday evening and will highlight the erowning of the rodeo queen. A free pancake breakfast, Starting at six Saturday morning, wfll get the final day of festivi- ties under way and at 11 on the For all your plumbing needs, contact MacDee PLUMBING and HEATING Offering 24 hour service 1810 17th Ave. S. IETHBR1DGE, AlBERTA PHONE 328-1447 same day a gala parade will hit the streets. There will be two perform- ances of rodeo action Saturday with the afternoon show com- mencing at two and the eve- ning's activities slated for eight. McGowan Rodeo Co. will be supplying the stock and all the major rodeo events will be fea- tured plus a few extras. Gen- eral admission for the rodeo is while reserved seats aro 52.50. Sweetan ends football career EDMONTON (CP) Veteran quarterback Karl Sweelan an- nounced his retirement from football today. Sweetan, a six-year veteran of the Canadian and National Football Leagues, told coach Ray Jauch of Edmonton Eski- mos he didn't want to continue at the training camp of the Western Football Conference club. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Maple Leafs, often la- belled reactionary by their Na- tional Hockey League chattels because pi their inflexible sign- ing policies, have been hard hit by rival World Hockey Associa- tion teams. Goaltender B e r n 1 e Parent signed with Philadelphia Blazers and defencemen Brad Selwood and Rick Ley have joined New England Whalers. Other members of the Leafs are reported disenchanted with their negotiations and rumored considering employment with WHA teams. Centre Jim Harrison parted with Toronto Wednesday, join- ing Alberta Oilers. He signed a four-year pact for a reported Money appears to be a motivating factor in all Leaf defections. Parent is said to have negoti- ated a deal with Philadelphia over five years and while no terms were di- vulged in the Selwood-Ley con- 'tracts, both were said to be under multi-year agreements rad Selwood has publicly stated le already has in the >ank. HULL MAY MOVE Money also appears to have ured Bobby Hull from his 15- year tenure in Chicago. In Win lipeg on a country-wide promo- ional tour, the 33-year-old scor- ng ace said Wednesday he loped "negotiations are comint. an end." "We're still negotiating with the Black Hull said ii an interview, "but it could bi. that I'll be living in Winnipeg.' He said friends have told him he'd be foolish to turn down an offer from the WHA Jets a! eged to include million for igning a five-year contrac with Winnipeg and a further 51.5 million over the life of the contract. Also in the contract, accord ing to some reports, is a 700- acre farm outside Winnipeg Neither Hull nor Jets owner Ben Haskin has confirmed or deniec the reports. Hull's agent, Harvey Weln ome over to the WHA. This jague has done a tremendous amount for the players." Meanwhile, the WHA, which Begins operations this fall in 12 American dg Winnipeg, Edmonton, Ot- awa and Quebec City, picked p its 12th member Wednesday then sports entrepreneur Nick lileti acquired the dormant Calgary franchise. Mileli, denied in his bid to Yes, you can ride a MOTORCYCLE! Honda made these just for you! 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Super funl Suggested price, of entry, Vancouver, plus small freight end handling charge, THE WORLD'S LARGEST MOTORCYCLE MANUFACTURER DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 ALDERBRIDGEWAY, RICHMOND, B.C. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 Soulliern Alborla'i and Moil Motorcyili Dealer berg, said the decision is up t Hull. "He's had a firm offer froi Chicago and I can say it's th biggest contract ever offered professional athlete m th said the Chicago ac- countant. "But I can't say quite matches this offer." OFFER 'TREMENDOUS' Hull, who was to remain Winnipeg until today, admitti he was past his prime "and think this kind of offer from th Jets at this time is tremen- dous." "I expect if I do sign witt Winnipeg, a number of other es L a b 1 i s h'e d NHL players wi join the NHL in the next expan- sion at a recent board of gover- nors meeting, said his Cleveland Barons of the American Hockey League will continue to operate out of Cleveland and serve as a farm club of the NHL Minne- sota North Stars for the next two years. The Barons' future after 1973 remained in doubt, but Mileti said he "plans to keep the Bar- ons in town." ROB ROY Roll Roy is starting to hit the hall with regularity and will add punch to the Lethhridge Lakers' line up tonight at eight o'clock at Henderson Park when the locals meet Calgary Jimmies. Taber clubs earn wm Two Lelh bridge lacrosse teams travelltd to Taber and came home winless Wednesday night. The YMCA Unicorns suffered a 5-4 loss to the Taber Pee Wee in their league encounter with Tom Surge and Robbie Jour- noud scoring twice each for the host club. Keith Feko added a singleton In the win. Peter Watson led the Uni- corns with a pair of goals while Larry Jordon and Jim Woolf chipped in with a goal each. In the other contest, the Taber Bantams bested the YMCA Adanacs 5-3 behind Her- man Friesen's four-goal perfor- mance. Randy Sparks aided with one goal for Taber while Dave Ste- vens, Morgan Munroe and Paul Byrne tallied for Lethhridge. Giants thump Jimmies CALGARY (CP) Calgary Giants defeated the Alberta Major Baseball League-leading Calgary Jimmies 5-3 Wednes day night but failed to alter thi standings. It was only Jimmies secom loss in 14 starts this season Giants' struck for eight hits off two Jimmies' pitchers while the Jimmies were held to five hits by two Giant pitchers starter Steve Loveless, who was ejecl ed in the fourth inning, am' winner Lee West. Giants' got to Ron Stephen for four runs in the second am third innings and made them stand up for the victory. Stev Heron drove in two runs in th second with a single and Bruc Lofting and Bob Duncan pro tduced runs in the third. Jimmies scored once In Hi third on a sacrifice fly by Mar1 Chamberlain. They added tw runs in the fifth on a triple b John Vanderberg. Infielder Steve Jones Giants was the only player t hit safely more than once. Jimmies are in Lethbridg for an eight o'clock cncountc with the Lakers this evening. In three meetings betwee the two clubs Jimmies hav held the upper hand on a three outings, their latest wi a 6-4 triumph Tuesday in Ca gary. Giants OH OM 5 Jimmies 001 012 Loveless, West (1-01 (41 and Hea ley; Stephens Davis (6) an Chamberlain. MARICHAL. GETS OUT SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Pitcher Juan Marichal of Sa Francisco Giants was releases from hospital Wednesday afte more than a week of treatmei for a pinched nerve in his bad The right hander, with a 2- record for the baseball seaso will rejoin the National Leagu team next Monday. Toronto lawyer who also repre- sents a number of NHL players in their contract discussions with club owners. "So I havs told Mr. (Doug) Fisher and Mr, (David) Kinnear that I will stay if they tliink I can help." Persistent rumors that Eagle- son clashed with business exec- ulive Allan Scott over distribu- tion of television rights were de- nied by Eagleson. "It has nothing to do with tel- 'isioo rights. "All I can say is that for wee years we have been a appy, co-operative group. And et, in the past few weeks, all hat has changed." He insisted that a disagree- ment with Scott, soon after tha Scott's recent ap- ointment to Die board, nly a misunderstanding. The new presiding committee, ormed in the wake of Hay's ill- ess, is made up of Fisher, Kin- ear, Scott and Hay's son, Bill, former NHL centre with Chi- ago Black Hawks. 31DN'T QUIT COMMITTEE Eagleson said the resignations e submitted, and later re- alled, were from the board and ot the steering committee set ip earlier this month to oversee lie Canada-Russia hockey se- ics. The committee consists of Ea- jleson, Kinnear, Charles Hay, ,ou Lefaive, Joe Kryscka and Bill Wirtz. "I had understood the steer- ng committee would be the op- erative regaled Eagle- son, "but we haven't had an- ither meeting since our first in Montreal early this month." Fisher, who served as chair- man of Wednesday's meeting, said the board's chief concern lad been "covering the gap, the fact Mr. Hay will not be able to continue his contribution of the past ZVi years." He said the organization would not consider naming an- other president until it learns U Hay's health improves with two months rest. WON'T CHANGE DATES Fisher, who also served as of- ficial spokesman after the meet- ing, said Russia had refused to change the opening dates of the four-game Canadian end of the series set for. Sept. 2, 4, 8 and 8, but allowed that because of un- foreseen accommodation prob- lems the series probably would open in Toronto rather than Montreal. Second game of the series would be in Montreal with Win- nipeg and Vancouver the host cities for games 3 and 4. The entire Russian portion of the se- ries, Sept. 22, 24, 25 and 28, will be in Moscow. Television coverage of the se- ries, both in Canada and in Rus- sia, is still being negotiated, Fisher confirmed, labelling ear- lier reports as premature. "The producer almost cer- tainly will be Hockey Night in Fisher said, "but the matter of sponsors is fluid.' Scott said negotiations with Russia on who gets paid for which games are slill to be con- cluded. "It is clear we own our four said Scott, "and that we'll supply them free to the Russians, and that they'll sup- ply their games free to us. "We know we can sell our games for U.S. television but it hasn't been decided if we can sell the games in Russia to U.S. television." Minor baseball Harvie Pocza was outstanding to fay the least, as he hurled no-hit ball for the regulation seven innings and blasted four home runs in the Angels 21-0 victory over the Wliite Sox Tuesday night. Barry Kimmitt suffered the loss giving up 10 hits. In Lakeside 'Little League play Wednesday night, the Roy- als edged the Yankees 13-12. Rick Cicon earned the win over Mike Tarnava. Steve Yanke led the Royals at the plate stroking a triple while Leonard triple and a and a double Markus added single. Two Canuck chuckers walked a total of 16 batters and watched the Orioles' come up with an easy 16-4 win at Lakeside last night. George Hiraga earned the mound win firing a two-hitter. Dennis Taylor took the loss needing relief help from John Dunn. Hiraga aided, his own cause with two singles while Randy Baldry and Reed Enns were the only Orioles' batsmen able to touch Hiraga. In Senior Little League ac- tion Tuesday night, the Comets belted the Saints 17-4 with Steve Devcic pitching a two-hitter. Richard Shardlow had to set tie with the loss. Rocky McGee poked out four singles and Dave Koskoski three for the winners. In another contest Tuesday the Royals dropped the Athlet ics 14-10. Gordon Tokariuk allowed onl; one hit to earn the win ove Tim McQLhig. Kendall Duce paced the Roy- als with two home runs Tom Dudley managed a run in a losing cause. The Athletics suffered their second straight loss in as many days losing a 19-6 deci- sion to the Expo's Wednesday night. Greg Graham picked up mound win. Tom Greenway hammered .wo home runs and a pair of singles while Gary Mann added a double and two singles. In another contest last night, jie Pirates edged the Comets 5-3. Barachois for sale TORONTO (CP) Barachois, the colt that finished second on a broken leg Saturday in the Queen's Plate at Woodbine, is for sale. Pierre Levesque, son of owner J. Louis Levesque of Montreal, said Tuesday that although the horse will likely never race again, he should be worth at least as a sire. "We really haven't set a price on him said Levesque, "but my father feels he's worth about "Personally, I think he'll bring about We'll prob- ably get our best price in Eu- rope, because there is no Nearc- tic stock over there." Barachois was sired by North- ern Dancer and is out of Cibmi- lette. Nearctic was the grand- sire. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE Calgary Jimmtes Edm. Tigers Ltslhbrldge Cal. Glanls Red Deer n. Blue Wll. Pch .917 .600 .583 .500 .313 NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Gait W L Pel Detroit......M 34 .571 idLllmore 31 35 .554 Jew York Boston Cleverand Milwaukee 15 24 24 .463 .453 M4 .340 TODAY'S GAMES 2-1 34 .485 .455 .414 12tt IZVj 15 Chicago Batinsen 9-7 el Milwaukee Lockwood 3-7 New York Pefersor> S.B at Cleveland Wilcox 6-4 N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 000 Oil 5 S 1 Oakland 001 000 S 3 iTfmmerman (6-5) and Freehan; Holtzman (10-5) and Duncan HR: Oak -Epstein Cleveland MO 000 4 S Minnesota ,010 000 a 1 G, Perry and Fosse; Blyreven (7.B) La Roc he (8) and Root, Dempscy HRs: Fosse (3) G. NeWes Tivo judoists ivant to Jtnoiv Why aren't we going with team? LONDON, Onl. (CP) The Canadian Olympic judo team is going to Munich in August with- out two of ik national champi- ons. Pat Bolger and Goki Uemura want to know why. Bolger, from Button, Out., and Uemura, of Toronto, have been excluded from the Olympic judo team and their efforts to find out why they won't be mak- ing the trip to Munich have borne little fruit. Al Sakai from Vancouver, whom Bolger beat in the feath- CAMPER SPECIALS FROM SOMMERFELDT CAR SALES '68 FORD RANGER V8, automatic, sfareo, PS, PB, radio, flotation type tires. '69 CHEV V8, automatic, radio, custom Interior '61 CMC TON-764 CH1V Y2 TON 4 SPD. Thwe ore iuit a few ot the Fantastic wed ton ord that you can from on our fot. '64 FORD XL CONVERTIBLE V8, euto., butkets, PS, PB, new paint..... 321 13fh St. N. Phone 328-9444 erweighl division at the recent Canadian championships in Hal- ifax, is going. So is Bill McGregor of To- ronto, beaten twice in succes- sion by Uemura in the Ontario and Canadian championships. Letters have been sent on their behalf to federal Health Minister John Munro and Jim Worrall, Canadian International Olympic Committee representa- tive, seeking support for Bolger Suire arrested for foul play CHICAGO (AP) Lane Suire, one of the country's lead- ing jockeys, was arrested Wednesday and charged with using an electrical device to goad a mount The arrest by state's attor- ney's police and officials of the racing board revoked Tuesday Suire's licence for five years on the same charge. Suire, 24, of Erath, posted bond. He is to ap- pear hi circuit court July 12. If convicted, the jockey faces a maximum penalty of one year in prison and a fine. Illi- nois law forbids the use of de- vices and stimulants to goad a and Uemura. But so far no sup- port h.as been forthcoming. Uemura has hired a lawyer and is in the process of taking the case to court. Frank Hatashita, president of the Canadian Kodokan Black- Belt Association and a member of the Olympic selection com- mittee, won't comment on the situation. "Every time I open my mouth it comes out different in the he said Monday in a telephone interview from To- ronto. "My executive committee has told me not to make any more comments." Mijes O'Reilly, lawyer for the CKBBA, explained: "I can't tell you why he (Bol- ger) wasn't selected. He's a fins athlete and excellent in judo. It's my personal feeling that teraationaliy he would have a helluva lot better chance in wrestling." Bolger, a Canadian champion in wrestling at 136% pounds and likely to make the Olympic team in that sport, said he was told by the judo association ho could not compete in two sports in the Olympics. However, he said he learned that this was possible. Uemura Is a "completely dif- ferent O'Reilly said. But he would not Chicago Bradley 000 ftOl 9 13 100 000 3 8 Forster (8) and Herr- mann; Parsons CfrS) Santfers (8> Lin- ry (8) and Rodrfguez. Texas 00? 4Tl> MO 15 3 iOiton 001 211 01-10 Ul GogolewsVI, ParUher [5) pina (0-3 (6) and Billings, Suarer cylp. Pet- ers (4) (5) Lee (9) Tiant (1-2) (II) and Rsfc. HRs: Bos-Petro- telfl (6) Cater Ogilvie Ball i mo re COO 010 4 7 CalilornFa 002000 i T Dobson, Alexander <3-3) Wat! (7) and Elchebarren; May, Allen Fisher (3-J} (3) and Stflphenson. HR: Rahenmund (3) LEAGUE LEADERS Rudl, Oak Plniella, KC D. Allen, CM Braun, Mfn C. May, Chi Harper, Bos .1. Alomar, Cal f. Kelly, Chi R. Oliver, Cal Pinson, Cal AB H Pel 73 .333 S? .299 .298 71 .595 46 -793 65 .289 53 14; R. Cash, Delroir, Jackson, Oakland, 13. Runs balled In: D. Allen, Chicago 43; R. Jackson, Oakland, 38. Pitching 6 decisions: Fingers, oak' land, .833; Kaal, Minnesota, 8-2 YorC Ihfcago SF. Lauli Montreal 'hiiadelphil EAST W L Pet. OIL It 21 .432 37 22 34 23 .596 2 26 32 .448 11IV 25 33 .431 HVfc 21 36 .366 11 WEST IncinnaH...... 36 23 louston 36 24 .600 Vt .05 Angelei 33 26 .559 3 Atlanta 11 30 .474 8 Diego 20 39 .339 16 San Francisco 22 .333 ]7li TODAY'S OAMES St. Louis Meveland 64 at New York entry 3-5 N Houston Roberti t-3 it CinclnntH Simpson 4-1 M WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS San Diego 000 HO 120- J St. Louis A33 000 U I <5-7] Acosla 121 Shaelfer (6) Ross {9} and Kendall; Gibson Draoowsky (3) and McHer- tney HRs: 19) Gibson New York .000 02T 7 I Houston .....000 012 i 1 Koosman [4-3] and Dy- Griifin (2-2) Gladding (a] and How- ard. HRs: HY-Marshall CD. Rider (101. San Francisco 019 02Q t Chicago......ooo 000 021 Bryant (4-4) and Rader; Pappos McGinn (B) and Hundley. Montreal.....120 ooo I Cincinnati .020 031 6 t I Renko (1-6) Lemasler til Slrohmay- er (6) Walker (7) and Humphrey; Nol- an [9-3) Hall (8) Carroll 19) and Bench. Phlladelpnld 030 1M 102-915 Atlanta ......101 122 Carllon, Weibauer (6) Brandon (3-1) (6) and Baleman, Ryan (5) Stone 16) (1-2) (7) and Casanova. HRs: [5) BaJeman O) Freed Loi Angeles 200 000 100 S 12 t Pimburgn 7 a osteen, Richer! (8) Brewer (5-2) [9) and Sims; Moose rs-3) Glusll (10) and SangulllEn. HR: Robertson LEAGUE LEADERS Pgti M. Aiou, StL Carty, All cedeno, Kou A3 213 195 T59 210 T3S 23A 234 203 R H 23 Sanlo, Chi A. Oliver, Pgh Garr, All Clemenfe, Pgh Brock, StL .......752 30 Bucknw, LA .....142 16 Home runs: Bench, Cincinnati. Kingman, San Francisco, 16. Runs batted in: Bench, Cincinnati, 51; Stargell, PiUsburgn, 47. Pilchino 6 decisions: Blass. Pitts- burgh, 8-1, .888; J. Ray, Houston, 7-1, Pet .333 ,333 52 .337 65 ,324 43 .319 75 ,3ia 75 -.318 64 .319 79 41 ,310 18; MOVE UP TO GENERAL RADIAL TIRES 50% Better Mileage 6 Ply Puncture Protection ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 402 Hr Avt Phone 337-4866 or 327-4445 ;