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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May TUB I iiiirfH HUM PINO FOft I THOUGHT fOU THE EFFORT ID WW LOT OUT OF WHAT ME WOULD SUM Western hockey people are not happy with CAHA decision to raise age limit m. control obs WINNIPEG Western Canada Hockey We that the junior council of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association voted Monday to junior eligibility by nc one the president of the WCHL said Monday. Ed Chynoweth of Saskatoon said his league favored an over-age but not this year and with definite Thynoweth said his league hopes to restrict over-age players and that the Ontario Hockey Association and the Quebec Hockey Association will fall in line. Ontario and the WCHL which encompasses JM- berta and British are the only major junior leagues in Canada They compete for the Memorial Cup won last week by Regina Pats of the WCHL. M other junior A clubs compete for me Centennial won this season by Selkirk Steelers. The recommendation to in- crease the junior age limit to 21 from 20 as of Dec. 21 must be ratified by the plenary session of the CAHA annual convention. Approval was expected to be a formality. Following the junior Chynoweth said the WCHL had favored a one-year delay to prevent strong clubs from packing their rosters with graduating juniors who did not attract lucrative bids from the National Hockey League of the World Hockey Association. Chynoweth said WCHL fa- vored a limit on the number of over-age players eligible to return. know the Tier 2 oper- ators think we can restrict said if we there must be a guarantee that Ontario and Quebec will follow the same restrictions. Chynoweth did not specify what restrictions his league would follow. Approval by operators of teams in Tier the junior division below the three major junior was almost unanimous. Jack Samuel of Drumheller Falcons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League said the move is essential. will mean fewer 17-year- olds jumping or graduating to major junior clubs. The rules at an active opening agreed steps should be taken to control obscene language and gestures by players and team officials within the and to cope with rough play. Joe Kryzka of a CAHA past president who was chairman of the was told four players lost the sight of one eye each this year in Ontario. Delegates were also told an international junior hockey tournament involving teams from the United States and Canada will be held in Winnipeg during the 1974 Christmas season. _______ elated over than he had hoped season began. increased his aggr ASSOCIATED PRESS The Dodgers' Toy Cannon n't shooting blanks this year. Jimmy admitting to the best start I've ever ontinued to live up to his ickname Monday just s he's been doing since the baseball season began. Wynn hit two more home runs and drove in four to spark the 5-3 Los Angeles victory over Cincinnati Reds. The homers raised his major league-leading total to and the runs batted in Race results EDMONTON Northlands race results Saturday FIRST S1.700. claiming. 3 year 6 urlongs Watties Bet 3 00 2 30 110 Morning Page 2 80 J 40 Countess Aurelius 2 50 Time 1 13. Bahama Kate Battle River Derwent also ran Track Scratch Foxy Fire SECOND claiming. 3 year 6 turlongs Gol Dang 3670 1620 5 80 Uillle Brown Hawk 23 30 6.30. Shelly B Good 290 Time 1 13 Sister Wolfe Free Maid Of Oestmy Regal Spirit Carevent I Amme Miss Moss also ran DAILY S64.10. THIRD S1 500. claiming 2 yeai olds furlongs Ram Bells 7 30 4.40 3 50. Brown Blend B 60 5 Brilmar 4 50 Time 0-41 Wings Of Summer. Montana Princess Power To Burn. Tete Route. Easy Odds also ran FOURTH S1.600. claiming. 4 year olds 6 furlongs Mrs C N 17 40 7 40 4 00. Rule Forever 530 Guy Arnold 3 10 Time 1 13 What A Blend Kelly H Winds Across. Lone Sheba. Whataruler also ran FIFTH S1 500 claiming 5 year olds and 6 furlongs Blue Carat 8 50 4 40 3 Sharp Reply 3 00 2 Amber Day 3 80 Time 1 13 Smooth Edge. Miss Joact. Astro Prince Frosted Gold Silk Buttons Jelhco. Winking Princess also ran SIXTH allowance. 3 year olds. 6 furlongs Gold Ernporer 16 80 7 70 6 60 Countys Choice i 14 00 8 aO. Hi Noon 8 70 Time Canacutie. Little Play The Line Cool Venture Worthy Dream. Cagey Max also ran SEVENTH 4 year olds and 6 turlongs Maylmga 5450 1350 5 40. Jays Victory 4 60 3 Mew Response 3 00 Time 1.13 Tea Coftee John Shield Of Damon's Demon. Tudor Tarts. Beau -Artie also ran EIGHTH allowance 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Fourthought 3850 1160 J 'S 00. Chief Tecumsfh 90 2 70 Dozen Dancer i Time 1 12 a- Edies Prize Sunwapta. Already Eye. Silver Double Count 2 Front Desk also ran NINTH claiming 5 year olds and Iljp. 6 furlongs j Paul's Deal 5 00 3 30 2 T. Willie 3 70 2 70. -Glib 2 70 Time 1 13 Kaps Cah. West Wind Gal. Kid pynamite. Hills Of Snow also ran Track Scratch Indian Quill EDMONTON Northlands Park race results Monday FIRST S1 500. 3 year 6 furlongs. Are Tee 13 SO 7.00 5 50 Arctic Love 8 60 7 10. Belmom Queen 5 30. Time- 1-13 Pleaides Boy. Sis Adorable Audene Le Flame Ringo Bleu. Sunoa. Chunk O'Luck also ran. SECOND claiming. 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Jody Star 20.40 9 30 6 80 Second Sitting 49.30 18 30. Guy 10 20 Time 1 13 In Again Fmnegin. Mary's Fancy. Flag Tally Boy. Careless My Son Michael Restless Willow also ran DAILY S254.40. second but was disqualified and placed third THIRD S1.800 claiming. 3 year olds furlongs North Sandra 7.10 370 2 90 Treasure Ahoy 6 00 4 20. Goliath Jones 3 90. Time 040 Kentucky Linda Lee Ann. Federal Sweep After Gift also ran FOURTH S1 800. claiming 3 year olds. 6 furlongs Ole Ricy 7 80 5.00 3 80. Old Cudge 6 80 Katy Malone 3 30 Time' 1 13 Parfait Wes Snow Joke. Burning Memories. Blue Another Chmo also ran FIFTH SI 600. claiming. 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Hot Quest 7 60 3 40 2 Andy's Arab 2 80 2.30. Old Fort 2 80 Time 1 13 Empire Prince. Table For Tony also ran SIXTH S2 100 claiming. 4 year olds and 6 furlongs Hes A Cookie 27 00 1230 690. Frenesi 930 6 20 In The Groove 7 50. Time 1.12 Tara Downs. Quad Sue. Perfect Hey Joker. Trusted Position Soon Enuff also ran SEVENTH claiming. 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Niniane 1260 500 3 50. Cotton Future 4 20 2 90. Bute Boy 2 90 Time 1 12 Air New Alert. Divvy Up. Brown For Rex. Tamahac Skinny Dipper also ran EIGHTH SI0.000 added. 4 year 6 furlongs Jay 4 60 3 40 3 00 Grandm Park 4 70 4 Turkish Ruler 12 40 Time- 1-11 Belmont Road. Chiet Return. Chariot Trip Trochu Joe. Duke Of Alba Champagne Butch. Free To Travel also ran NINTH S1 700. 4 year olds and up 6 furlongs Hard To Please 1220 690 380 Pam's Delight 1260 490 Ky Honor 3 00 Time 1 13 Royal Horseguards. Hayden Symphony. Paddygoeasy. Blessed Hour. Janice Mane also ran increased his aggregate to 41 ior the tying him with Jeff Burroughs of Texas Rangers for the major-league lead. is even better than I had hoped said who raised his batting average to recorded his 42nd and 43rd hits in 39 games. In other National League games Chicago Cubs edged New York Mets Montreal Expos trimmed Pittsburgh Pirates San Diego Padres beat Houston Astros 8-6 and Philadelphia Phillies defeated St. Louis Cardinals 2-1. The Expos swept a double- header from New York 7-4 and 5-0 Sunday while Philadelphia beat Pittsburgh in the first game 3-2 and lost the second 2- 1. San Franrisco Giants beat San Diego 8-2 in the first game and the Padres came back for a 10-7 win in 12 innings of the second game. Cincinnati beat Houston 7-1 and Atlanta Braves defeated Los Angeles 4-2 in other Sunday games. Philadelphia downed Pittsburgh New York blanked Montreal San Francisco beat San Diego Los Angeles edged Atlanta 1-0 in 13 St. Louis whipped Chicago 11-2 and Cincinnati beat Houston 7-6. The Dodgers have pulled to a seven-game lead over Cincinnati in the National League's West Divison by winning 29 of their first 40 games. Norm Cash lost his an argument and a baseball game all in one shot Monday night. Incensed over a call on Dave May's double down the right field line in the eighth the Detroit Tigers' first baseman threw down his glove in disgust and let umpire Bill Kunkel have it It did the Tigers no though. They dropped a 6-4 de- cision to Milwaukee Brewers. don't usually blow my cool out but this was too said Cash. ball was foul by six or eight inches. Kunkel was too close to the play. It skipped behind him before he could turn In the only other American League game Monday Oakland A's beat Minnesota Twins 5-4. In Sunday Cleveland Indians swept a doubleheader from Detroit 2-1 and Cali- fornia Angels and Minnesota split their double by 4-2 New York Yankees beat Milwaukee 6-2 in the opener and the Brewers beat the Yanks 3-1 in the second Texas Rangers downed Kansas City Royals 8-3 and Oakland beat Chicago White Sox 8-3. Detroit edged Cleveland Boston Red Sox whipped Baltimore Orioles 10- 2. Minnesota beat California 10-4. Milwaukee defeated New York Texas beat Kansas City 7-2 and Chicago edged Oakland 3-2. Little Current runs BALTIMORE Little Current scored a smashing seven-length upset victory in the 99th running of the Pre- akness a race typical of the entire season for 1974's crop of 3-year-old horses. Before the chestnut colt crossed the finish line Saturday in the third fastest time in Preakness Silver Jolly Johu and Cannonade had held the lead in Pimlico's 1 3-16 mile race. the Kentucky Derby winner who was seeking to repeat Triple Crown was in front momentarily as the 13 horses entered the stretch. But Little a 13-1 choice ridden by Miguel bolted through a hole along the rail and drew steadily away down the stretch. Neapolitan another longshot at overtook Cannonade and fin- ished second. Completing the order of finish after Jolly Johu were Kin J.R.'s Derby runner-up Hudson Rube The Silver All Heir to the Line and Buck's Mike Miceli of Toronto was aboard Hudson County and Sandy Hawley of Toronto rode All Game. Darby Dan owned by John W. received of the record Preakness purse of boosting Little Current's career earnings to It was only the second victory in eight stake races this year for Little Current. 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