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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta May 22, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Kryczka raps Davidson Eaves appointed as new CAM A ruler CHAHLOTTETOWN (CP) Taking its cue from Russia, the Canadian Amateur Hockey As- sociation appointed Dr. Cecil G. Eaves of Calgary Monday as development coordinator. Dr. Eaves, 38, a. teacher at University of Windsor, Ont., was a consultant during the 1972-73 season for Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League. Dr. Eaves said "we want to find what parts are necessary to make a complete Hockey player and also what in- gredients are needed to produce a successful team." He said his duties will involve co-ordinating efforts of all tech- nical directors in the various branches across Canada. "I recently returned from Dr. Eaves said, "and after observing their system, found what we saw was no dif- ferent from the programs we are planning." HOCKEY SPECIALISTS However, he added, their physical culture institutes trained coaches to work with different sports. Seven of the 23 institutes specialize in hockey. "They create test tube hockey players from the age of he said. Earlier, Joe Kryczka of Cal- gary, outgoing president, bit- terly attacked the World Hockey Association, the Inter- national Ice Hockey Feder- ationn and Hockey Canada. "I am distressed and upset tthat a person purporting to bs the head of a professional ihockey group (Gary Davidson) would report that the WHA ter- minated negotiations with the CAHA because its dollar figures were too high. "We have encountered many difficulties in attempting to negotiate with the WHA. We had preliminary meetings with their officials two months ago and a further session during the Memorial Cup playoffs in Mon- treal. "I can't understand what Da- vidson was talking about when he reported that our dollar fig- ures were too in fact the figures discussed were brought in by members of the WHA committee. re a "We will have to stand upiem Canada Hockey League and be counted and prove to the WHA or anyone else who cares to listen that we are the govern- ing body of hockey in this coun- try. "The WHA apparently now is content to sit aside and steal our players and is attempt- ing to drive a wedge between our he said. Kryczka was referring to ru- mors circulating Sunday that the WHA has offered the West- a team for development purposes to' acquire a pipeline to graduating age-group play- ers. Kryczka told the delegates to "discount reports" that the Sas- katchewan Amateur Hockey As- sociation is spearheading a move to break ranks with the CAHA. Kryczka said that during meetings in Romania, the CAHA delegates were "treated with contempt, insulted and hu- miliated" by IIHF President J. F. (Bunny) Ahearne and "we should have a long memory on that score." "We have received poor co- operation from Hockey Can- Kryczka said, "and I be- lieve the time has come when we must decide whether to con- tinue our association with that group." During presentation of the re- port cf the resolutions com- mittee, Saskatchewan President Harold Jones was rebuffed in a bid to have the committee's recommendation vetoed. Jones attempted to block a suggestion by Kryczka that the report of the structuring com- mittee be deferred until a spe- cial meeting of the CAHA direc- tors in Winnipeg June 23-24. The resolution called for dis- solution of the Thunder Bay and Ottawa District Hockey Associ- ation branches. p you' BIG, If you're a TALL man come to the store that's got it all tha Mr. B'lg 'n Tall Shop Suits and sports jackets, sizes 40-58 shirts, neck sizes 14% to 19, sleeves to 38 Big shirts, neck sizes 17 to 21, sleeves to 38 Shoes to 16, most widths Extra long ties plus underwear, pyjamas, socks. Mail orders promptly tilled. Write for free catalogue. SHOP (ALTA) LTD. Penny Lane Mall 513-519 8th Ave. W. Calgary Secretariat an easy winner Secretariat on the rail, with Ron up, wins the 98th running of the Preak- ness Stakes by IVi length's over Sham, left, Saturday in Baltimore. Secretariat was ship- ped to New York for the BelmOnt Stakes, the last jewel in racing's triple crown. The last triple crown winner was Citation in 1948. Willie Mays finished? NEW YORK (AP) Willie Mays, the baseball' great, says he will decide Friday whether to play again. "I've been on the disabled list for 10 days he told 250 children at Columbia-Presby- terian Medical Center Saturday. "In five days more I have to decide whether I'm going to play for the rest of this sea- son." Mavs is an outfielder for New York" Mets. He celebrated his 42nd birthday May 6 and has said he plans to retire. "I'm he said, "and that's something you have to live with. You'll learn." Mays and Met pitcher Tom Seaver were entertaining at a reunion of children who have undergone open heart surgery at the centre during the last 13 years. Actually, Mays was placed on the 15-day disabled list May 13. "This is one of the more im- portant problems we have to grapple Jones said. "I can't see why this matter can't be settled here from the floor. I think we owe it to the people from Thunder Bay and the ODHA to let them know now whether they are going to be executed or reprieved." Kryczka also said the CAHA benefifcted to the extent of 000 net from the ada hockey series. Total assets amounted to as com- pared with the year previous. Executive-Director Gordon W. Juckes of Ottawa said players were registered with the CAHA. At a meeting of the rules committee, a recommendation was made that any player who spits in the face of a referee or a linesman will be subject to a match penalty. ANDY CAPP EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE V vri I MANAGES TO LIVE IT UP 1 Nni EVEN THOUGH'E RECKONS .'E CAN'T THE Still captures classic event Nerves bother HilFs same CHARGE LINEMAN HUNTDSfGTON BEACH, Calif. (AP) Isiah Rob- ertson of Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League faces arraignment on charges of hitting a policeman and re-' sisting arrest in a connection with an incident at a weekend party, authorities say. Sham good, but not good enough e Crown NEW YORK (AP) Secretariat goes after the Triple Crown in the Belmon- Slaves June 9, his main challenger once again will be bham, trainer Frank (Pancho) Martin confirmed Monday. "He came out of the race just fine and his next race will be the Martin said of Sham, runnerup to Secretariat in the Kentucky and the Pre- akness, each time by 2Vz lengths. After Saturday's Preakness, Martin had indicated Sham would skip the Betrnont, saying: "I have no plans for the horse including the Belrnont." But the trainer said he and owner Sigmond Sommer have decided to start Sham in the IVa-mile Belmont, longest of the Triple Crown races, because the colt had problems in the Derby and Preakness and they wanted to give him another chance. In the Derby, Sham hit his head in the starting gate and loosened two teeth, which had to be cut out, but still broke two minutes in finishing second to Secretariat who ran the 1% miles in a record 2-5. Then, in the Preakness, Sham hit the rail going into the first turn. "It's tough enough to beat a horse like Secretariat without having said Martin. "I want to see him in a race like the Belmont with plenty of room." Sham is scheduled to take it easy this week and then begin serious preparation for the Bel- mont. Secretariat's trainer, Lucien Laurin, also said his Meadow Stable colt will relax at Bel- mont Park this week, then get to work for his bid to become thoroughbred racing's first Triple Crown winner since Cita- tion a quarter of a century ago. "He came out of the Pre- akness raring to go said Laurin. Laurin also was informed Monday that Pimlico stewards had officially adjusted Secretar- iat's time of third fastest for the 1 3-16 Preakness, to 2-5, making it the second fast- est. Canonero II set the record of in 1971. Laurin said "the change leaves me cold because it still doesn't give me the but added he wasn't too upset because the victory was what really counted. The stewards approved the change after viewing tapes of the race and being told that E. T. McLean Jr., Pimilco's offi- cial timer, had recorded the 2-5 with a stopwatch. Race results If you want a tail pipe like mine Don't worry you can get one at Minute Muffler Installation! 4th St. and 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327.8888 Open Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EDMONTON (CP) Northland Park race results Monday: FIRST Slxoo, claiming, 2-year-old maiden 5 furlongs. Gary's Son (Stadnyk) 4.50 3.20 2.70 Waza Preppy (Parsons) 3.60 2.90 Burning Memories (Kipling) 3.30. Time: 3-5. Wcs Ty, Lehi Speed, Sister Wolf Fifth Estate, Jay Bee Quick also ran SECOND claiming, 3-year-old maidens 7 furlongs. White Fleet (Giesbrecht) 4.00 3.31 2 70; Keep Aloof (Shields) 5.90 3.60 Stromtree (Phelan) 2.80. Time: 1-5. Torina, Bowalta, Tahia Cee, Storm Dancer, Look Out Snoopy also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 3-year-old maidens 7 furlongs. What A Ruler (Giesbrecht) 370 5.7 240; Cagey Cougef (Norris) 3.80 3.50 Airdne Bob (Rasmussen) 3.20. Time: Northern Skipper, Ruby Petite, Mun ny Moon also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH S1.500, claiming, 4-year-olds and up 7 furlonqs. Love Success (Norris) 6.70 3.40 290 Ain't Mates (Hedge) 3.80 3.10; Palatia (McCauley) 5.40. Time: 1-5. Eurgunday Lass, Super Quill, Wll Argue, Fool Trade, Fleet Flitter also ran. FIFTH SI ,500, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur lonqs. Step Aside Clyde (Kipling) 4.40 2.90 2 30; Sultan's Diary (McCauley) 4.50 2.90; My Master (Wiseman) 2.30. Time: 2-5. Joys Premium, Rejected Romance, Tribal Council and Petite Fair also ran. Track Scratch: Honest To Goodness. SIXTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles. Crystal Chimes (Norris) 510 3.20 2.70; Stettler Auction (Wiseman) 5.70 3.90; Two P.M. (Rycroft) 6.60. Time: Red AAahoganey, Flight Count, Roar Of Mirth, Proud Country, Port Arthur also ran. SEVENTH Sl.700, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlonas. Maior Reason (Whittle) 460 2902.50; Destiny's Favor (Kipling) 3.70 3.30; Sandy's Solendor (Barroby) 650. Time: 4-5. Lonk, Hey Pnnce, Hey Joker, Celtic Plot, Gypsy Jo Mae also ran. EIGHTH added, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Winning Red (Rasmusien) 3.40 2 70 2.30; Love Your Host (Barroby) 3.30 Biq Dan (Stadnyk) 2.70. Time: 1-5. Down The Well, Tolaqullo, Country Cutup and Penicillium also ran. NINTH SI ,400, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Carbon Country (Barroby) 23.50 650 6.10, My Son Michael (Inda) 4.20 4.10; Cry 0 Genie (Parsons) 10.70. Time: Forty Jay, Restless Willow, Lo Brook, Kizam, Island Master also ran QUINELLA: S fur- SATURDAY FIRST claiming, 2-year-olds, longs. Icy Child (Hedge) 4.10 2.80 2.30; Royal West (Parsons) 3.60 2.70; Saw- ridge Boy (Norris) 2.40. Time: 3-5. Running Chief, Canadian Art end See Santa also ran. SECOND claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. Sweet Age (Phelan) 3.40 3.50 2.70; Swift Cash (Rasmussen) 8.70 3.90; Fay's Hurrah (Gold) 2.90. Time: 1-27 1-5 Hyaleh Barb, Belmont Baron, Hope You Hurry, Kelly H and Auction Art also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD allowance 3-year-old maidens, 7 furlings. Miss Joact (Whittle) 4.10 2.60 2.20; Cranfield (Stadnyk) 3.40 2.60; Tiger Tracks (Combs) 2.60. Time- 2-5. Spangle D'Amour, Tricky Sky. Sum- mer In Rome, Shady Request and Rajah D'Amour also ran. QUINELLA! FOURTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles. Pay Your Bill (Barroby) 3.50 2.60; Keenspin (Rycroft) 5.90 3.80; Haydn's Smoke (Kipling) 3.30. Time: 2-5. Hewinsum, Justin's Prince, Page Bob also ran. Track Scratch: Monty B and Royal Trust FIFTH claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. Chief Return (Wiseman) 6.40 4.40 2.80; Sir J (Phelan) 11.40 S.20; Tea Coffee (Norris) 3.10. Time: 2-5. Irish Armada, Calgary Red, Cary Beau, Miss Easter Day, Go Gypsy also SIXTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs. Pop's "Lady (Hedge) 4.70 3.60; West Wind Gal (Cctnbs) 7.70 4.70; For- est Heights (Phelan) 3.70. Time: 4-5. Inagain Finnegin, Hellzl, Smooth Edge, Sunwapta also ran. SEVENTH Strathcona Handicap, t- and up, 7 furlonqs. Major Presto (Hedge) 5.00 3.00 2.30; irn's Kid (Rycroft) 5 20 2.70; Dozen Dancer (Rasmussen) 2.40. Time: 2-5. Already Fair Eye, Fourthought, White Jet elso ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1-16 miles. Honor and Glory (Kiollnq) 3.30 .70; Royal Rouser (Campbell) 3.70 60; New Response (Stadnyk) 3.00. Time: Brazen Bully, Shipmaster 81, Regal 'oint, Tollivar also ran. NINTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlonqs. With Speed (Inda) 27.10 8.60 7.10; ountess Belinda (Rasmussrn) 3.40 90; Skipper Tan (Hedge) t.K, Time: 3-5. Feathers Inn, Wimple Street, Win Grin, Easter Jade, Home JamM so ran UINELLA: J32 90. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) "I didn't think I could win, Dave Hill said. "I didn't think my nerves would let me win. "In one ten thousandth of a second I can think of more ways to miss a two-foot putt than there are ways to miss it. But I think that way just be- cause I've been playing bad." The colorful, controversial veteran, who said his game was "held together by baling missed a two-foot putt on the fi- nal hole but his final-round 72 was good enough to beat back the challenges of Lee Trevino and a flock of others Sunday in the final round cf the Danny Thomas-Memphis Golf Classic. Hill won It with a 283 total, five under par on the hot and sunny, Colonial Coun- try Club course. His total was one better than Trevino, who had a final 70, and Allen Miller, who finished with, a 69. FIRST WIN OF YEAR It was Hill's first victory of the year and the fourth of his stormy, 15-year career in this tournament. He previously won in 1967, 1969 and 1970 when the event was played on an older, shorter course. Trevino, the 1971 and 1972 winner, made a gallant but fu- tile attempt to overtake HiE on the final hole. He boldly went for the water-guarded green on the par-five hole with his sec- ond shot, but pushed it into the gallery and could make no bet- ter than par. Still, he had a major con- solation. He picked up from the total purse of to push him past the Si-million mark in career earnings. He now has col- lected in 176 tournaments since he won his first check, in the 1966 U.S. Open. He joins Jack IS7icklaus, Arnold Palmer and Billy of whom played in this tourna- as the game's only million winners. And Trevino, who came out of poverty, did it the fastest. He's only been on the tour on a full- time basis for six years. Niek- laus had the previous record, nine years. "I knew three under par (he finished four under) wouldn't do Trevino said while dashing for a plane. He got to four un- der with a birdie on the 14th More sport on page 10 hole, missed from 10 feet on the 16th, then failed on his bid at 18. Gene Littler, Charley Sifford, Larry Ziegler, Hale Irwin and Dave Glenz tied for fourth at 285, two strokes back. 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