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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta YUKON ALASKA SAFARI 2 Week Adventure Holiday 2 departures Edmonton Aug 20 and Aug. 23 For Furtlwr InlOf Button Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL i VILLAGE MALL PHONE 9M-3201 CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Third Section The Lcthbridge Herald May 1974 LjMbrMfi OMlM NraHira Ltf Tth It Shopping Mrt FILING CABINETS Pages 23-34 Saskatchewan commission recommends appointment of ombudsman at has nothing to be ashamed of REGINA Nine months after an Alberta commission termed the amateur hockey system different than a slave a similar Sas- katchewan commission has cautiously suggested minor modifications in the system In its final released the Sas- katchewan hockey task force recommends appoint- ment of a sports ombudsman and a reduction in the number of players put on the protected lists of West- ern Canada Hockey League teams In suggesting appointment of an the task force appointed last June by Culture and Youth Minister Ed Tchorzewski says hockey present has nothing to be ashamed of the same time the task force feels that an office of an ombudsman would be beneficial to hockey and to those with a problem It would be a place that they could go because it would appear at present some people have not used the avenues that are avail- able to them The which does not define the possible role of such an adds that make the posi- tion more the task force suggests that this ombudsman serve all sports in Saskatchewan Although the section on the proposed ombudsman refers to the protected neither there nor in the section specifically on the lists does the report discuss the pros and cons of teams unilaterally acquiring exclusive rights to players The report without that the protected list for each team be reduced to 57 names from that no players under 16 be put on the and that a players' parents or guardians be in- formed within 10 days each time the player's name is put on or taken off the list The Alberta commission recommended last Au- gust that there be no restrictions on a player's right to play for the team of his choice and that no transfers be agreed upon without the player's written consent In other the Saskatchewan task force called for an end to registration of and formal competition between players under 10 years of a move to take the emphasis off winning in hockey The task force also recommended greater ice time for the less talented players in minor hockey by means of an automatic change of shifts every two minutes The task force deplored violence m hockey and recommended automatic match penalities for minor penalties for starting fights in addition to any other and unspeci- fied more severe penalties for offences such as high-sticking or slashing The task force said it sees no reason for girls to be barred from playing but recom- mended they be required to wear face guards and play only against other without body- boarding or slap shots Other recommendations were for a target of one rink for every people in communi- more government aid for construction of such lower charges for power to light more training for coaches and provision of videotape equipment for and greater autonomy within the Canadian Ama- teur Hockey Association for branches like the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association Task force members were Ron Gross of SAHA representative Frank Germann of Dr Gerald Rooney of SAHA president Harold Jones of and Glen Shockey of Saskatoon chairman of the task is a for- mer junior player and a senior team coach Shockey has been involved in hockey for many years and Rooney is a director of Humboldt Broncos of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Power struggle is still may not be solution WINNIPEG A power struggle between operators of provincial hockey organizations and the well established junior council of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association ended Tuesday in apparent victory for the association's provincial branches The branches received ap- proval and instructions to in- dicate terms of membership in various classifications including junior In previous years the council contingent on membership approval the status of individual clubs Gordon Juckes of CAHA secretary and president Jack Devine of suggested in an interview that individual provinces or branches might not be happy with Tuesday s decision It means there will be extra pressure on provincial said Juckes the council has been able to decide when a club that wanted elevated status did not qualify Juckes and Devine agreed that Tuesday's ruling allowed almost any junior league to declare a higher classification He and Devine both were concerned that a league might declare itself qualified in a higher level and then lose by lopsided scores in competition There s no point in losing 14 1 to anybody or for anything in said Juckes The first two days-of the an- nual CAHA convention were marked by ill-concealed hostility between major junior and holders of junior A franchises in Ontario and British 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confirmed they will seek a new agreement soon with the Juckes said discussions on the will be held in Montreal June 14-15 Part of the problem to be discussed is settlement of a dispute over revenues gained from the National Hockey League and the World Hockey Association s hard to judge how much any development level should get when we don't know how much the professional leagues will pay said Juckes The Herald Sports A II done rru ei-li Sears PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY STARTS A.M. 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