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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SO THE IETHBRIDGE HEKAID Friday, Juno 23, T97S TRAVELLIN' MAN IS HUNGRY Jim Thorpe, o world traveller during the off-season, is back in Winnipeg Blue Bombers' football training camp determined to prove that 1971 was no fluke, either for himself or the club. Thorpe was the leading pass receiver in the west last season, with 70 receptions for yards and nine touchdowns, (CP Wirepholo) Minor baseball Tlie Cardinals swepted a pair of games over the Aslro's in a Norcrest Little League double- header Wednesday night. The Cards dropped the Axlro's 9-4 in the first encount- er behind Kira Tinordi's two-hit pitching while in the second contest, the Cards outlasted the Astro1 s 17-9. Walter Dyck suffered the loss in the second game while Brian Kanewischer took the loss in the opening game. Tinordi was the big hitter In the two-game series with four doubles and two singles. Dave Layton also added two doubles and a pair of singles. In three other games in Nor- crest Little League action Wed- nesday night, the Dodgers de- feated the Pirates 7-4 and lied another 4-4. The Buffaloes also edged the Cougars 12-11. The Royals Irimmed the Car. din als 10-7 in Senior Little Lea- gue action. Jerry Areshenko was the winner. Keudall Duce belted a home run and three singles for the winners chipped while Rod Olshaski In with two singles. Hick Collier had two singles for the losers. In Lakeside Little League Ross Matheson earned the win t Way to Get that NEW CAR You have no capital out- lay, a preplanned month- Ty budger, no unexpected maintenance costs. For a leasing plan fa meet every need, see our leas- ing Manager, Mr. Roy Mclnlosh. The sig n of better leasing KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and Tllh SI. S. Phone 328-9271 as the Hed Sox edged the Twins 12-11. Dennis Kaupp paced the win- ners with a home run and two singles while Ron Waller strok- ed three singles. The Bears outlasted the Bea- vers 13-10 in Norcrcst Minor League action. Winning pitcher Gary Tokariuk aided his own cause with three singles, Russ Hooper chipped in with two singles. In Minor League play, the Wolves blasted (he Puma's 20-1 Marischall De Arinond picked up tlie win allowing two hits while Mike Cove suffered lhe taken by vice-president D Vilson of Regina. The main part of Piggott's peecli concerned the new two- rear agreement with the CAIIA and the NHL which designates he WCHL, Quebec Junior Lea gue and Ontario Hockey As sociation Junior A Series as major junior leagues within the AIIA framework. The agreement makes the vinner of the three leagues sole participants for the Mem orial Cup and clearly separ ates major junior and junior A eagues. A three-team round robin series, similar to the one icld in Ottawa this year, is th avored playoff format. Two members of each leagu will be the representation on he CAHA Junior A Hocke Committee. Gordon Juckes, ex ecutive-director of the CAHA will act as secretary of the committee. Also contained in the agree ment is the continuation of the payment of development anr travel grants to the WCHL by the NHL. Each club will re- ceive in developmen money and for travel e senses. Tom Fisher's contract as sec retary-manager is up for newal and there is some tal lliat he will step down so th league can move its heac quarters to a more centra point. Fisher lives in Ne Westminster. Bill Quiltey ot Calgary is ex pected to be rehired as referee in chief. He is reported to b looking for support for an o liciaV school and clinics. Meanwhile, franchise apph cations from Prince Albert Lethbridge and Prince George B.C. were tabled and will b reviewed again next year. Stan Maxwell and Her Christie, two well-knwon Leth bridge sportsmen had made th bid for the WCHL franchis some time ago. One of the reasons Loth bridge's bid was turned down was the lack of ice facilities. "They as much as said tha when we get a rink suitable t host junior hockey at th WCHL level, we stand a chance of getting into the said Maxwell this morn ing. Maxwell and Christie had re- ceived a letter from the ieagu informing them that the Ieagu had no room at present for ex pansion. But, according 1 Maxwell, Lethbridge's bid high on the list. "We're quite pleased wit the way things went" adde Coach Jack Donohuc of Can- ada's National basketball team cut nine players Thursday from the training camp rosier at this Vancouver Island commun- Cut from the [cam were Bill Robinson of Chcmainus, B.C. Alan Williams of Ra morxl; Wayne Morgan IGuelph, Ont.; Mervin Sabcy of j Ottawa; Evan Simpson of j Thunder Bay, Ont.; Ken Shields of Sudbury; George Rautins of j Toronto; Terry JenJiins of Mon- j (real and former Simon Frascr University star Brian MacKen- zie. The remaining 24 players will remain in camp until June 30 when the team will be further reduced to M and move to Van- couver to complete training. The team will tour Mexico and Europe prior to competing in a pro Olympic tournament in Augsburg, Germany, where Canada will be one of 30 coun- tries trying for Iwo spols in tha Munich Olympics. Barring any sudden change Hull will sign Tuesday WINNIPEG (CP) Ben Hal- skin, owner of Winnipeg Jels of the World Hockey Association, said Thursday lie will sign Bobby Hull to a multi-year con- tract on Tuesday. Hatskin said that, barring any sudden changes, he will fly to Minneapolis Tuesday where Hull will sign a contract with the WHA. That contract is ex- pected to give the 15-year Na- tional Hockey League veteran SI million for joining the newly- formed league. Hull will then return to Winni- peg to sign a second contract, that one to play for the Jets, Hatskin said. The pact, a re- ported five-year agreement, is expected to pay the Chicago Black Hawk superstar mil- lion. Halskin said he talked with Hull earlier in the day before Hull left for Toronto, his next stop on cross-Canada promo- tional tour. "Everything certainly looks Hatskin said, "But Ihen, you never know until the con- tract is signed. Something could still happen. Halskin said details of the two contracts have "pretty well" been ironed out by lawyers for all parties and both contracts "should be ready by the week- end." SIGN AT NOON Hatskin, the 53-year-old owner also of the junior Jets of the Western Canada Hockey League, reaffirmed that the Winnipeg signing will take place on the corner of Portage Ave- nue and Main Street, the city's two main streets, at high noon. Hull's lawyer, Harvey Wein- berg, was in Winnipeg Tuesday, apparently looking into a tax-de- (errinent payment plan and making a final study of the Ca- nadian income tax system. The signing of the WHA contract would take place in Minneapolis lo take advantage of the U.S. tax laws. If Hull Jets, it would end six months of negotiations which have been in- tensified since the end of the NHL schedule. Hull said Tuesday he expects the NHL to go to the courts to prevent him from playing in the does sign with the Canada, Russia games featured TORONTO (CP) The pro- posed eight-game series of hockey eames between a Cana- dian team selected from the Na- tional Hockey League and the Soviet Union's national team will likely be discussed at the annual meeting of Hockey Can- ada opening today at Maple Leaf Gardens. But two members of the board of directors of Hockey Canada arc not expected to be present for the meeting. Charles Hay, 70, president of Hockey Canada, was reported ill in a Calgary hospital, while Alan Eagieson, executive direc- tor of the NHL Players Associa- tion and a director of Hockey Canada, was reported to have quit. The Globe and Mail says Hay is in hospital for what are de- scribed as "tests for Miners lo squad Lethbridge Miners rugby football club, after a stiff work- out Thursday evening, will meet Calgary Saracens at the Civic Centre Saturday after- noon. The Calgary Rugby Union League encounter is set for two o'clock. while Eagieson quit as a direc- tor after conflict with Allan Scott, the business manager ol Hockey Canada. Eagieson, in Boston on hockey business, was not available foi comment. Because of Hay's reported ill- ness, Eagieson has the support of at least one director to re- place Hay as president of Hockey Canada, which will or- ganize the Canadian half of the Canada-Russia hockey series. "We've lost Hay for several Harold Ballard, presi- dent of Toronto Maple Lei said. "With him out, sve need a driver like Eagieson to get us ready for the Russian series. plein said, got several ol Hockey Balfard "but we've got nobody wno'd be as tough an organizer The scries between Canada and Russia is scheduled for Sep- tember. Four games are lo be played in Canada early in Sep- tember and four more in the So- viet Union later the same month. VACIION SIGNS LOS ANGELES (AP) Goal- tender liogalicn Vachon, former Vezina Trophy winner in the National Hockey I-caguc, signed his 1972-73 contract with Los An- geles Kings Thursday. WHA if he docs make Ihe jump. He added, however: "I ha- ven't given the subject much hought, but as far as I'm con- cerned there would be no breach of any contract witli them "I don't think the reserve clause would stand up in court anyhow." Race results EDMONTON (CP) Norlhlands race resuIrs Thursday. FIRST claiming, 3 year olds, S fur- on gs. Lord Norlh (Morris) 7.50 3.70 7.50, Revel Tsrle 3.CO 2.30, Sul- an's Diary (McCduIey) 2.70. Time: Calgary Red, Lori! Sheba, Twin's Sheba, Windy Haven, Mystical Arts also ran. SECOND clafmlng, 3 year olds, 7 fur- 'ongs Kyed (Arnold) 13.60 4.60 3.10, Tfnga Whippet (Sancliei) 2.70 Mr. Mur- phy (Sladnyk) 3.20. Time: Galfant Apollo, May Trip, Page Bob, ill Covnfess, Blaze Of Spvd also DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD SMOO, cfalmlng 4 year olds and up, furlongs. Convcnlfon Lea (Kipling) 11.70 7.00, Rae Of Gold (Barrobyt 8.60 5.40, Feather's Inn (Levine) 3.EO. Time: 2-5. Sunshine Charlie, Reserved Speed, Jey Joker, Bomb Striker, Susan's Crtofee atsn ran. OUINELLAi FOURTH J1.500, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. County Doc for fBarroby) T.40 SM 4.30, Mew Response (Walscn) 11.10 'N Grin {Phelan} 3.50. Time: 5-5. Social Change, Cypress Grove, Blue Erfn, Miss Teresae, fan. Pines, Shady Style, Flying Exit ran. FIFTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 lurlcngs. Reverse Current (Haynes) 35.90 14.90 Dexlcr Boy {Wiseman) 6.80 4.10, SwIMIe (SladnyJO 6.10. Time: 3-5. Paulin's Pel, Prince Lure, Touch iat EXACTOR: 11ISJB. SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Merry Muffeif (Inda) 16.40 8-80 S.60, QulNation (Mcrrlsl 8.30 5.30, Sir Serenade (Hedge) 7.00. Time: Atlantic Slar, Wee CeUIc, Smooth Edgo, The Iron Girl, Tola King also SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olrfj and Hi miles. Avcn's Talent (SladnyJO 13.00 4.10, Diddle (Wiseman) 8.70 5.10, Cry- stal Chimes 3.BO. Time: 2-5. Canadfan Arctic. Le Brigadier, War Gfee, Crown Counress, Opera Star also EIGHTH claiming, 4 year oUs and up, miles. Uncle Smoolhle 3.70 3.W ISO, Tidal Breeze (Hamlin 6.60 4.30, Hayden's Belle (Kipling) 3.40, Time: !-J. Loltla's Hope, BlgltHle Bull, Circfe, Ripple Rajah, Prerequisite also NELL 6: M1.9D, ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE W L Per GBL Caf. Jimmies 1! 3 .BOO X .600 Wi 5 .563 6 .571 SVj 7 .364 6 E dm Blue WIN 1 13 .071 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST vt T. Per. GBL Plirsburgh......36 21 .6W New York 37 2? ;627 Chicaoo........ 34 33 ,S16 a 5t. Louis.......76 32 .44% 11 Montreal .25 33 .431 Philadelphia 11 34 .348 15 WEST Houston 37 34 .607 Cincinnati ......3fi 24 .600 Va Los Angeles 33 26 .559 3 Allanta......... 17 30 -J74 8 San Diego......20 37 ,319 14 San Francisco 32 44 .313 TODAY'S GAMES PfHsburgh Blast (S I> at Chicago Jenkins (8-5) Philadelphia Nash [1-1) at Montreal McAnaliy (1-B) N St. Louis Cleveland (6-4) at New York Server (9-3) H Houston Rucss (4-5) at Cincinnati Grlmsley (3-7) N Atlanta Nlekro {7-5) of Angeles Dcwriing (3-3) N San Francisco McDowell (7-4) at San Diego Arlin (6-6) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Hninlon 106 TM 9 11 0 Cincinnati 120 001 11 1 Roberts, Cvlver (2-0) Gibson (8) Ray (8) and Howard; Simpson Sprague (3) Gullelt (5> Borbon (9) and HRs: 01) Ctdeno AMERICAN LEAGUE E4ST Delroll Ballimore New Yorfc Boston Cleve I and Milwaukee Oakland Chicago Minnesota California Kansas City GBL Pel. 3! 23 WEST 38 IS -S79 35 22 M4 3W 30 24 ,55i 7 11 32 UW ?5 30 .455 7J 3J .J14 15 TODAY'S GAMES Minnesota Perry (4.6) el Kansas City Spmtorlf (5-4} N Detroit Lolich (11-4) at Balllmon Cuellar (4-6) N awlon Curtis (3-2) at Milwaukee Brett (2-8) N Chicago Wood at Texas BOJ- man (4-fil N California Ryan (6-5) at Oakland Hamillon (4-0) N York Kline (6-2) at Cleveland Kilkenny (0-D> N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Chicago .....010 003 9 1 Milwaukee Ml 1 Bahnsen (10-7) Acosta (9) and Egan; Lockwocd (3-8) Limy [5) Colborn and Rodrlsuer. 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