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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TNI 1ETHBRID0E HERALD - Saturday, May 23, 1970 Eagleson Makes Demands Of National Hockey League Campbell Won't Be Lured Into Open Debate TORONTO (CP) - Clarence Campbell, National Hockey League president, says he will not be drawn into any public debate ovef the most recent demands of the National Hockey League Players Association. Alan Eagleson, the association's executive director, told a Toronto service club Friday of the players' concern about how NHL clubs are being run and the state of the expansion West- ern Division which he said "has become weaker and weaker" since its inception in 1967. Eagleson said the association has recommended that each NHL club restrict its protected list to 12 players as a concession to Vancouver and Buffalo, the two new NHL entries, and that the reserve clause be dropped. Noting that Boston Bruins, Stanley Cup champions, lost Montreal Busy Making Trades By THE CANADIAN PRESS Montreal Canadiens waited until the last minute Friday and then unloaded a clutch of players in a series of National Hockey League trades. The deadline for trades prior to the June draft was midnight Friday night and the Canadiens used all the time available before announcing the results of their deals. Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins also got into the act by sending centre Jim Lorentz, 23, to St. Louis Blues for a player to be named later. Race Results Victoria Park UP, UP, AND OOPS - Evel Knievel, motorcycle stuntman and frequent hospital patient shows the form that has him lying in a Yakima, Wash., hospital with a broken collarbone. Knieval tried spanning 13 soft drink trucks. He made it, but didn't land quite the way he wanted to. He stopped bouncing, appropriately, in front of an ambulance. Knudson Makes Cutoff Weiskopf Holds Lead ATLANTA (AP) - Chuck Courtney had barely begun his Mcond round in the $125,000 Atlanta Golf Classic Friday when Tom Weiskopf took control at Relax A complete transportation programme. No capital outlay. No unexpected work. No maintenance problems. No paper fork. One pre-arranged monthly pay-aunt. Call our Leasir?f". 1 CHRYSLER LEASING CABS-TRUCKS The sign of better leasing roy a. Mcintosh ttmi Manager "KING'S CORNER" 3rd Av�. at 11th St. S. Phone 327-1566 FRED KING LEASING LTD. the halfway point with an 11-un-1 der-par* 133. Courtney fashioned his second straight 67 over the hilly, 7,053-yard Atlanta Country Club course as 90-degree heat baked the fairways, greens and players for the second straight day. Courtney's 134 total gave him second place by two shots over a trio deadlocked at 136-Gary Player, Tommy Aaron and Dan Sikes, whose 65 was the low score of the second round. Meanwhile, Weiskopf had added a 68 to his opening-round 65, stringing out nine straight pars on the back after knocking in four birdies going out. Player, who was charging for the lead after turning the first nine in 32, four under par, said: "I had it going so well I think No. 10 prevented me from shooting 64." It was on No. 10 that Player missed a two-foot putt that would have given him another birdie. "I got a little shook up," he said. "I missed another two-footer at 16 and took a bogey. I guess I just ran out of gas putting on the back side." TRAP SHOOTING EVERY SUNDAY - 1-3 p.m. LETHBRIDGE FISH AND GAME RIFLE RANGE TOWARDS HARDIEVILLE Bert Yancey and Bob Lunn were deadlocked at 137 with veteran Kel Nagle. Jack Nicklaus, who sank an 80-foot putt for an eagle on the 577-yard No. 8, and Lee Elder stood at 138. Eight players were lodged at 139, including Homero Blancas who skied to a 74 after sharing the first round lead at 65. Others were John Schroeder, Arnold Palmer, Frank Beard, Doug Sanders, Lou Graham, Larry Hinson and George Knudson of Toronto. Knudson was the only Canadian to qualify for the final 36 holes with rounds of 70 and 69. Three others did not make the cutoff. Gary Bowerman of Toronto shot a 76 for a 148 total. Al Balding, also of Toronto, had a 75 for 151 and Wilf Homenuik of Winnipeg shot a 77 for 158. It took a score of one over-par 145 or better to survive the cut. CALGARY (CP) race results Friday: First SI ,400, claiming, 4-year-olds, 5 furlongs: Terraro (Glesbrecht) 11.50, 5.80, 2.70; Grinning Sam (Shields) 7.20, 3.10; Azure Sea (B. Cutherbertson) 2.20. Time: 1:00 1-5. Brown Monarch, Guerre Chant, College Count, Famous Dotty, Eddie Dobbin also ran. Second si ,400, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs: Johnny N Joe (Bllllngsley) 19.80, 9.30, 6.00; Never Too Soon (Grey) 7.60, 5.00; Swinging Lane (Rasmussen) 6.30. Time: 1:28. Tidal Breeze, Pocket Boss, Honorule, Erlns Express, Something High also DAILY DOUBLE: $19.10. Third $1,400 claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 furlong Tls Foolery (Glesbrecht) 15.40, 6.20, 3.80; Little Rill (Barroby) 4.00, 3.30; Gala Path (Bllllngsley) 3.40. Time: :35 1-5. War Glee, Grin Fizz, Miss Resolve, Foolish Discretion, Fleet Flitter also ran. j Fourth $1,600, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, mile and 1-16: War Egyptian (Hedge) 17.10, 9.20, 4.90; Hewlnsum (Rasmussen) 5.50, 3.30; Kentucky Story (Stadnyk) 4.50. Time: 1:47 4-5. Over Current, My Rose Ann, Jacopos Susie, Perlodtlte, Northern Emperor also ran. Fifth $1,400 claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs: Bold Grin (Norrls) 5.20, 2.90, 2.60; Bhal Lodge (Barroby) 3.40, 2.70; Now It's Reality (Turetsky) 5.20. Time: 1:28. WInnineg Gloree, Tlvoli Belle, Silver Dandy, Miss Georgy Girl, Joes Profit also ran. EXACTOR: $14.10. Sixth $1,700, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs: Big Grip (W. Coombs) 11.20, 6.20, 3.70; Probreclto (Turetsky) 6.00, 4.40; Beau Brun (Bllllngsley) 4.60. Time: 1:26. Parkes, Footprint, Ragtlmer, Monty B. Tuffys Image also ran. Seventh $2,500, Inaugural Handicap, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs: Royal Impel (Rasmussen) 8.50, 5.30, 3.70; Fun Sale (Hunt) 6.50, 3.80; Great Gale (Hedge) 3.50. Time: 1:25 1-5. Lonk, Dark Secret, Rapid Kaiak, Fall Session, Sioux Cadet, There And Back, Turltex also ran. Eighth $1,400, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs: Tudor K (Cuthbertson) 72.50, 16.20, 6.70; Ma|lc Corf (K. Whittle) 3.90, 3.20; Joeys Jewell (Hedge) 4.10. Time: 1:27 3-5. Bills Chop Chop, Crown Countess, Mobile Service, Shirley S, Denver Pete also ran. QUINELLA: $10.70. Lorentz was the Central League scoring leader with Oklahoma City Blazers for two years before joining the Bruins last year. Highlight of the wheeling by Canadiens was the shift of centre Jude Drouin to Minnesota North Stars for an unnamed player. Playing with Montreal Voya-geurs, the Canadiens' hometown American League farm club, Drouin last year was named A H L rookie-of-the-year and league all-star centre by scoring 37 goals and collecting 69 assists as the top point-getter in the league. Montreal also sent poaltender Jack Norris, right winger Larry Mickey and utility forward Lu-cien Grenier to Los Angeles Kings in return for right winger Leon Rochefort, defenceman Greg Boddy and Wayne Thomas from the University of Wisconsin. Last year Norris, Mickey and Grenier played with the Voya- geurs. Another Canadiens' trade involved forward Ernie Hicke, who will go to Oakland Seals in return for defenceman Francois Lacombe. Each club also will receive an additional player to be named later. Kimball Heads Pack Holiday Time Is Rett Whitmore lessee Owner TEXACO CAR CARE Another reason why you should call in at . , . Time-Up Time! We Specialize in TUNE-UPS Carburetor and Ignition ALL WORK GUARANTEEDI El Rancho [texaco] Service 6th Ave., M.M. Drive^^HiR�*�* Phone 327-5406 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) _ Judy Kimball credits her first-round lead in the $22,000 Blue-grass Invitational Women's Professional Golf Tournament partly to a sprained left wrist. "It really might have helped me," the blonde Iowa native who churned up the par 72, 6,380-yard Hunting Creek Country Club course for eight birdies Friday on her way to a 67 and a four-stroke lead. "In the past, one of my problems has been over-practicing," Miss Kimball said. "But when I hurt my wrist I had to take it easy. Now I don't try to kill the ball, and I'm.playing better." She sprained the wist running into a door. Her closest challengers in today's second round were Donna C a p o n i, 1969 U.S. Women's Open Champ, and Carol Mann, the LPGA's top money-winner. Both shot 71s. Grouped at 72 were Betsy Cul-leu, Sandra Haynie, Betty Bur-feindt, Gerda Whalen and Lesley Holbert. Defending champion Mickey Wright couldn't cure an ailing putter and carded a 77. Bowling! Highs CAPRI BOWL THURSDAY AFTERNOON Ev Coutts 278 (774); Betty Peterson 293 (760); Rose Nunweller 260; Opal Taylor 254; Bea Salmon 253; Aria Teterls 257; Judy Lawson 236; Rose Hamilton 231; Rose Putzl 233; Betty Dlonne 230. SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 353 (814); Matt Bernhart 264; Frank Bernharf 295; (809); Felix Hofforth 250; Carl McCann 293; Jim Whelan 255; Bill Jensen 228; Len Mllner 228; Emll Collin 224; Matt Hottorth 212. THURSDAY NIGHT MIXED Hugh Reld. 327; Bruce Cantleld J67; Ron Sllllto 278; Bob Olshaskl 223; Wll-ma Valer 295 (679); Trlxie Steele 279 (685); Bill Hamilton 225; Dorothy Ol shaskl 279 (725); Mary Morcom 280; Betty Paterson 251 (706). WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Janice Dyck 288; Florence Rolling, son 267 (716); Isabella Bergman 272 (712); Carol Goleski 266 (703); Isabel Orsten 249; Agnes- Poczf' 243; Jane Smyke 263; Masa Goshlmon 255; San dy Shlgehlro 241; Chris Sfuckarr 250. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED Murray McLeod 296 (760); Ken Mas-son 298; Ken Malsomson 270 (755); Robert Holmes 276; George Matchett 261; Dlanne Slndllnger 248; Betty Frank 277; Frances Harris 237; Helen Gep-nerls 258; Dorothy Coolldge 229. CLASSIC TRIPLES 4 GAMES Linda Malcomson 338 (924); Ron Senda 320 ( 939); Jim Hlga 308; Jean Christie 293 (913); Bert Meiel 316 (1021); May Hleberf 283 (974); Joan Moore 272; Marg Smith 268; Frank Barva 282 (976); Jlro Mlyagawa 269. YOUNG ADULTS Eugene Yamada 265 (701), Robin Ondrlk 273 (727), Ron Senda 292 (781), Murray McLeod 277 (658), Duane Spit zer 320 (727), Bev Mezel 258, Linda Malcomson 257 (728), Nina Waselenak 247 (639), Suzan McDonald 301 (668), Helen Salmon 227. SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 300 ( 697), Emll Col tin 279, Jim Whelan 253, Matt Bernhart 250 (640), Bill Jensen 208, Bob Llndsr-man 210, Spot Miller 200. MONDAY NIGHT MIXED Sid Pollock 314 (7B2), Norm Tolley 335 (850), Will Vornbrock 266, Tak Kat-akaml 333 (739), Garry Nil! 256 ( 700) Hugh Chrsltle 348 ( 816), Marlon Tolley 240, Aqnes Rains 343 (813), Pat Rodzln-yak 251 (689), Isabella Bergman 268, (754), Linda Malcomson 276 ( 743), Pat Larson 234. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MON., MAY 25-8.30 p.m. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs THE MIGHTY URSUS SWEETAN and HAYES vs LUECK and KROFFAT CARLOS BELAFONTE vs JACK BENCE CHRISTY BROS, vs MARCONI and CANNON Admission S2 - l.SO Bex Office open* 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Sat. afternoon and Mon. night on CJLH-TV Chan. 7 only one game to an expansion* club this season, Eagleson said: "This is not equality and the players propose that each existing team be allowed to protect only 12 players from Vancouver and Buffalo in the expansion draft In June." NOW HOLD 15 In the June draft, each NHL team now may protect 15 players and two goalkeepers from Vancouver Canucks and Buffalo Sabres. A team that loses a player in the draft can fill with another one immediately. "The players feel they are as much a part of the game as the owners," Eagleson said. The players also would ask that NHL bylaws be amended to permit a player to be able to join the club of his choice on expiry of hir contract. This would mean dropping of the reserve clause. Commenting on Eagleson's recommendation, Campbell said that because Eagleson chose to make his demands public "I don't have to respond in public form." "I assume that Mr. Eagleson will communicate these (demands) to the player-owner council and they will be dealt with. As far as I'm concerned we have a proper form for discussion of these negotiations and I'm not goiij to resort to public means for a rejoinder." Eagleson said NHL players have made some progress since the formation of the association in 1967 but that some general managers would like to operate their clubs in a slave-ship manner. MENTIONS SHORE . "In Uhe past, owners listened to no one and ruled their hockey clubs in a manner reminiscent of feudal times," he said. "Players were fined indiscriminately, suspended at the whim of management and forced to play for owners like Eddie Shore. The Shores are gone but not forgotten by the players." Eagleson said the association wants the NHL to restore the former waiver rule, which stipulated that a protected player would need to be waived on by all other NHL teams before he could be sent to a minor league. This rule was suspended in 1963 and abandoned fli 1967. Now protected players may be demoted without waivers. Other recommendations of the association included: 1. The owners begin immediately negotiations with the association on amendments to the lifetime option clause. 2. The association recommends that all player trades be disclosed in their entirety at the time of the trade. Eagleson referred to the trade of Tim Hor-ton by Toronto Maple Leafs to New York Rangers late this season as an example. 3. Owners immediately pass a bylaw that would permit any person to leave an organization on the expiry of his contract and take a position in any other hockey organization. He said coach Harry Sinden of Boston, who retired last week, was told "if you're leaving us, you're leaving hockey," and now is unable to negotiate with any other team because he is on Boston's voluntary retired list. ANDY CAPP Qualifying Lead To Dave Marcis CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -Dave Marcis d'ove a Dodge Daytona at 153.082 miles per hour to lead Friday's 12 qualifiers for the $193,080 World 600 stock-car race, scheduled Sun day at Charlotte Motor Speed' way. All but four spots in the 40-car field for the 400-lap race ha"e been filled. Two dozen drivers are expected to battle for those Saturday morning on the one-and-one-half-mile track. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LIAOUI West W L Baltimore 27 12 New York ......22 18 Detroit .........18 18 Boston .........14 20 Washington .... 16 22 Cleveland ...... 13 21 Wait Minnesota ... California ... Oakland ... Chicago ... . Kansas City Milwaukee .. 25 11 26 13 , 19 20 . 16 22 . 14 24 . 13 24 Pet. .692 .550 .550 .444 .421 .382 .694 .667 .467 .421 .368 .351 OIL S'A m lOVj llVa 'A 7Vi 10 12 I2V4 TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee Krausse 3-8 at Kansas City Rooker 2-2 N California Messersmlth 5-3 at Minnesota Kaat 4-1 Oakland Hunter 5-4 at Chicago Horlen 5-3 Washington Brunet 3-4 at Detroit Kilkenny 2-1 New York Waslewskl 0-0 at Cleveland Hand 0-4 Boston Culp 3-4 at Baltimore Palmer 5-2 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Boston .....010 111 000- 4 11 1 Baltimore ... 400 001 02x- 7 I 0 Peters (3-4) Stange (81 and Moses: Hardin. Hall (4-1) (6) and Etchebarren. HRs: Boston - Scott (4): Bait - Powell (12). New York ... 101 001 Ml- 7 14 1 Cleveland ... 101 001 100- 4 10 5 Peterson (6-2) Aker (6) and Munson: Chance (1-4) Paul (4) Ellsworth (6) Hennigan (7) and Foose. HRs: NY - White (5): Clave - Horton (4). Milwaukee .. 101 000 010- 3 5 0 Kansas City . 000 150 OOx- 6 10 0 Bolln (1-3) Locker (5) Pattln (5) Lauzerique (8) and Roof, McNertney (8) Drago (2-7) Fltzmorrls (8) and Rodriguez. Washington ..000 100 010- 2 1 1 Detroit ..... 002 000 lOx- 1 10 0 Hannan (0-1) Plna (7) and French, Casinova (8): Nlekro (4-3) Scherman (8) and Freehan. HR: Wash - Allen (4). Oakland ... 010 004 040- t 11 1 Chicago ... . 600 200 000- 8 11 1 Odom, Roland (1) Downing (2) Lachemann (4) Llndblad (1-0) (6) Grant (6) end Duncan: Janeskl, Murphy (6) Wood (2-4) (8) and Herrman. HRs: Oak - Donaldson (1). Chi - Herrmann (5) May (6). California ...010 000 300- 1 S 1 Minnesota . 000 001 001- 2 8 1 Wright (6-2) Doyle (8) Tatum (9) and Azcue: Perry (6-3) Hall (7) Williams (8) and MItterwald. HRs: Cal - Mc-Mullen (4) Spencer (3) Minn - Renlck (2). LEAGUe LEADERS Carew, Minn . Robinson, Bait Johnson, Cal . Alou, Oak ... , Plnlella, KC . . Plnson, Cle . . Aparlcio, Chi '. White, NY ... Ollva, Minn . . Kallne, Det AB 8) H Pet 98 20 41 .418 127 25 48 .378 161 23 57 .354 156 22 55 .353 98 12 34 .347 118 15 40 .339 122 23 41 .336 146 34 48 .329 148 133 26 48 .324 20 43 .323 Home Runs: Powell, Bait, Howard, Wash, Kllllbrew, Minn, 12; Mlncher, Oak, Yasfrremskl, Bos, 10. Runs Batted In: Powell, Olive, Minn, 34; Cater, NY 32. Pitching: Tlant, Minn 50, 1.000. Kaat, Minn, 4-1, .800; R. Hall, Bait 4-1, .800. NATIONAL LIAOUI lest Chicago ... St. Louis .. New York Pittsburgh Montreal w 19 19 19 18 16 L 14 18 19 23 Pet OIL .543 1 4 22 .421 m 24 .381  .514 .500 .439 11 .732 - 17 .575 4'/i 17 .564 7 .463 11 ,452 lift 22 23 25 .419 11 Philadelphia ...... IS West Cincinnati .... 30 Los Angeles . . 23 Atlanta.....22 San Francisco . 19 Houston......19 San Diego .... IS TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Jenkins 2-6 at New York Gentry 4-1 St. Louis Gibson 2-3 at Philadelphia Bunning 1-5 N Cincinnati Simpson 5-1 at Houston Wilson l-o N Atlanta Stone 4-1 at Los Angeles Sutton 6-4 N San Diego Klrby 2-5 or Coombs 3-3 at San FraneTsco Puente 1-2 or Marl-chal 1-2 Pittsburgh Ellis 2-4 at Montreal McGinn 3-2 N FRIDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis ... 010 100 030- 4   Philadelphia . 000 100 200- 1 is 1 Briles, Taylor (7) Llnzy (1-1) (7) and Torre: G. Jackson (0-1) M. Jackson (8) Slema (8) and Compton. HR; St. L - Torre (5) Pittsburgh .. 010 200 000- I S 1 Montreal ... 204 000 OOx-4 14 4 Moose (3-4) Gibbon (4) Garber (7) and Sanguillen: Stoneman (2-6) and Bateman. .HRs: Pitts - Oliver (4J: Mtl - Jones (5). Chicago ... . 110 020 404- 4 f 1 New York ... 012 010 000- 4 4 2 Holtzman, Colburn (5) and Hiatt: Koosman McAndrew (2) Cardwell (5) McGraw (6) Taylor (9) and Grote. HRs: Chi - Hickman (6). NY - Clendenon (6). Cincinnati ... 404 111 004- S �  Houston ... . 010 100 000- 1 11 4 Merrltt (9-2) and Bench:. Dlerker (8-3) Billlngham (8) and Edwards. HRs: Cln 4 Perei (4) Carbo (7). Atlanta .... 401 000 400- I 1 4 Los Angeles . 000 000 000- 4 S 2 Jarvls (4-3) and Dldler: Vance (4-2) Moeller (8) and Haller. San Diego .. 101 400 414- 4 4 4 San Francisco ............ 011 021 04x- 9 0 4 Corklns (3-4) Dukes (7) and Barton Robertson (4-3) and Dletz. HRs: SF- Dletz (9) Henderson (6). LIAOUI LEADERS AB 141 Carty, Att..... Grabrkewltz, LA Perez, Cln ... . Money, Pha .... Clemente, Pgh .... 137 13 48 .350 R H Pet. 35 59 .418 106 17 42 .396 155 34 57 .368 118 19 42 .356 Dletz, SF..... 124 19 42 .339 Henderson, SF . . 155 35 52 .335 Menke, Hou . .. . 157 24 52 .331 Cepeda, All..... 145 25 48 .331 Aaron, Atl ...... 143 35 47 .329 Home Runs: Aaron, 16; Allen, SL, Perez, 14. Runs Batted In: Aaron, Perer, 41; Williams Chi, 38. Pitching: Nash, Atl, and Simpson. 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