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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE May 23.1974 YUKON ALASKA SAFARI 2 Week Adventure Holiday 2 departures Edmonton Aug. 20 and Aug. 23 Fpr Further Information Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 326-3201 Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Alberta Phone 321-7411 ADDINC MACHINES Individual clubs may announce choices Campbell pushing 'closed' draft NEW YORK If President Clarence Campbell of the National Hockey League has his the only outsider who will know what's going on at the amateur draft next week will be a wiretapper. Campbell disclosed Wednes- day night that the NHL for the tirst time will conduct its amateur draft by telephone starting May 28 and will not make public the order of the selection of junior players. Individual can if they wish to release the names ot only the players they have drafted. Campbell called it a draft and said he would be on the end of the telephone line in Montreal supervising the -entire operation. There will be a closed line in which no one will be on the line except myself as the conductor of the draft and the person or persons designated by the The rival World Hockey Association will hold its junior draft in Toronto May 31. The NHL decision to remove publicity from its own junior draft is in line with demands from some NHL clubs who want to protect their picks from possible tampering by the WHA. The NHL's board of gover- nors and general managers went through a busy all-day session here Wednesday. Campbell also disclosed annual all-star and awards dinner will be switched to June 11 in Montreal instead of the usual mid-season break in the schedule. This season's all-stars and winners of the trophy awards will be honored soon after they are selected don't want to end up with a June designation and a January recognition It's stupid. We want to hand out these awards right governors approved the transfer of effective control oi Vancouver Canucks to Western Broadcasting Co. Ltd. of and William Hughes replaced Tom Scallen as governor Western Broadcasting paid the previous Medical Investment Corp. an American million for 70 per cent control. Scallen. convicted and sentenced to jail for fraud headed Medicor. one-year trial will be given to a new player-develop- ment svstem under which a club is not obliged to operate a player-development team in the minors on its own. between the NHL and WHA involving one dissident WHA the former New York Golden is still going on in Philadelphia The Golden Blades refused to join in the settlement reached last March between the two leagues the million the NHL agreed to pay the WHA for legal fees is still being held in escrow rules probably will be completed this summer to keep players from delaying games by not going immediately to the penalty box to serve their time. Some games have been stretched out to more than three Campbell noted Campbell predicted that rule changes will quickly curb delaying tactics by making it too costly for the team using it as a tactic. If teams who intimidate see that they are losing more players because of delaying they will stop the practice Campbell said. He also suggested that perhaps a penalty shot might be awarded for delaying play late in a game. Leavitt sharp Fired no-hitter Wednesday night at Dave Elton The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seasram's. CATCHERS SWITCHED Tex. Catcher Rich who was injured in a home plate collision last was returned to the active list Tuesday by Texas Rangers of the American League. The Rangers placed second baseman Dave Nelson on the 15 day inactive list. Nelson suffered a broken jaw in a crack up with an outfielder earlier this week. The Rangers also sent catcher Bill Fahey to their minor league farm team in Wash. Miners9 pitching staff had Calgarians swinging in vain By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer Calgary Movers came to play But seemed unable to hit at all. They took lots of And said nasty As they went to the showers to bawl. The visiting Movers had indeed swung their bats in vain as they suffered a pair of lop-sided 8-0 and to the Lethbridge Miners in Calgary Major Men's Fastball League action at Dave Elton Park Wednesday night. The Miners pitching staff of Darryl Leavitt and George Santpni were simply superb as they allowed only one hit in the scheduled doubleheader which saw both games shortened due to the seven-run ruling. Most fastball leagues implement the 10-run ruling after five complete but the CMMFL have changed it to seven runs after five innings due to the time limit involved. Meanwhile in last night's Leavitt was brilliant as he rifled the third strike past 10 batters to register a no-hitter. The veteran chucker from Glenwood only faced 18 batters during the five-inning tilt and struck out the side in the first and fourth innings. His Ray had a rougher time during the five innings as he gave up 11 hits while fanning four. Mitch Mychasiuk paced the locals at the plate poking out three singles while George Waselenak connected for a two-run double. The Miners were never in serious trouble during the opening match as they scored five runs in the first inning and three more in the third. The visiting Movers also had their hands full in the final game of the evening as they faced the Miners' king-pin Santoni. Santoni recorded his second consecutive one-hitter as he gave up a scratch single to Movers' third baseman Lawrence Leavitt in the third frame. The local hurler matched Leavitt's 10-strikeout performance and struck out the side in the second and fourth innings. Movers' Garry Barri. didn't fare as well as he allowed eight hits while striking out three. Danny Santoni paced the locals hammering a two- run homer along with a single while Waselenak and Mychasiuk chipped in with a double and single each. The victories were the Miners' second and third in as many games and they'll be idle until they host Calgary Burns Shamrocks May 31. EXTRA senior A Miners simply out-classed the who are of senior B calibre The who blanked Calgary Cowiey-Keith 9-0 in their season opener last have yet to be scored upon Miners' Stan feels his boys are playing but the nine-day lay-off before their next encounter could hurt them Miners' utility Jim Tratch. made some good stops while taking over the third base duties from brother Larry in the second game Minor baseball In Lakeside Little League action Tuesday the Angels downed the Orioles by an 11-5 count. Gordon Tail was the winning pitcher. He came in to relieve starter Roger Bep goes home BOSTON Managing director Harry Sinden of Boston Bruins said Wednesday coach Bep Guidolin has gone home to to consider whether he'll return to the team next year. Guidolin's contract with the Bruins expired before the Na- tional Hockey League playoffs. going home and sit down with his wife in a peaceful atmosphere and we'll meet again next Sinden said after a short negotiating session with Guidolin. The Bruins generally offer coaches one-or two-year con- tracts but Guidolin has been holding out for a five-year agreement. have to think about some he said. got to be a long-time and if it isn't you can say that I won't be Guidolin has maintained that building a good hockey club depends on working with young players over a period of time. feel we should go with younger or build a strong hockey club for the Guidolin said. I'm to be around for a long it means that I have to go with youth. This is the future of your hockey Wallace and struck out six in recording the victory. Darin Chaki had a home run for the winners while Bob Thomson smashed two doubles and a single for the losers In Norcrest Farm League play the Bisons won a squeaker over the Tigers 18- 15. Raymond Taylor was the winning pitcher. He had plenty of help as Chris Pederson and Dennis Kaltenbruner cracked five and four hits respectively. Kevin Hunter took the loss despite accounting for three of the Tigers hits. Wednesday it was the Dodgers doubling the score over the Braves 8-4 in Norcrest Little League play. Rory Lorencz struck out five in getting the while Ken Masson was tagged for nine hits en route to the loss. Lorencz led the Dodgers attack as as he cracked out two singles Merlyn Bunnage countered with two singles for the Braves. In Lakeside Little League Brad Kirschenman's flying outfield catch to end the game saved a 7-6 victory for the Yankees over the Royals. Jeff Krokosh was the winning pitcher while Tom Martin took the loss despite registering nine strikeouts. Kirschenman was outstanding at the plate as as he belted a a and a single for the winners. In a Norcrest Little League game. David Bodell struck out six in guiding the Wolves to a 19-16 triumph over the Cougars. Dennis Toth smacked two triples for the while Brad Harvie had two triples and a single for the Cougars. Harvie was also the losing pitcher ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Philadelphia Montreal St Louis New York Chicago Pittsburgh Pet. GBL 575 531 513 439 417 Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye Blended and botiled by Josqih E. Seagram Ont. If you can wait 3 days Heist the Dig ones1 Get bargains galore from an inventory of millions of dollars' Shoppers Stoppers start May 27 Simpsons-Sears Football clinics all set George Hansen of the Calgary Stampeders will be in Lethbridge Saturday to conduct two football clinics for Southern Alberta high school who are interested. A development the two-session affair will be held at Catholic Central High School. Players are asked to bring their own equipment. The two sessions are planned for 11 a.rn.-l p.m. and 3-5 p.m. Also at the camp will be assistant players from the Stampeders. There will be no scrimmage at either sessions. The camp is strictly to be made up of drills. all football be they minor high college or in Southern Alberta are invited to attend a trainer s Saturday at CCHS from 11 p.m. The session will be directed by the trainer of the Stampeders. 23 17 20 18 15 13' 23 361 West Los Angeles 31 11 738 Cincinnati 20 18 526 9 San Francisco 23 21 523 Atlanta 22 21 512 9'.- Houston 22 23 489 San Diego 17 29 370 16 TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Reuss at Montreal McAnally or Renko Chicago Reuschel at New York Matlack Cincinnati Kirby at San Diego Arlm Los Angeles Messersmitn at San Francisco Caldwell WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 002 001 10 2 Los Angeles 230 001 8 C Norman Carroll Hall Osburn McQueen Borbon and Plummer King Downing Marshall and Yeaqer Chicago 101 220 11 2 New York 100 113 10 1 Stone LaRoche and Milterwald Seaver Sadecki Apodaca and Hodges HRs Chi Monday Morales Atlanta 100 014 11 0 San Francisco 010 010 .7 0 Niekro and Oates Barr Williams McMahon and Boccabella HR All Johnson Pittsburg at Montreal ppd ram Philadelphia 101 020 6 0 SI Louis 000 010 2 0 Schueler and Boone Foster and Simmons HRs Pha Unser SL Cruz San Diego 000 001 5 1 Houston 100 000 9 5 Jones Romo and Barton Osteen and Johnson HR Hou M May LEAGUE LEADERS National League AB R 145 190 102 151 137 128 123 155 125 150 27 25 18 12 24 17 23 16 21 23 H 56 70 36 52 47 43 41 51 40 48 Pel. 386 368 353 344 343 336 333 329 320 320 Smith SL All Unser Pha Reitz SL Morgan Cm Davis Mil Gross Hou Stennett Pgh Monday Chi Watson Hou MINOR LEAGUE Pacific Coasl Phoenix 4 Tacoma 3 Salt Lake 8 Sacramento 5 International Richmond 6 Charleston 3 Memphis 4 Tidewater 1 1 Rochester 0 Toledo at Syracuse ppd rain Eastern Waterbury 4 Pittsfield 3 West Haven at ppa ram Trois-Rivieres at Quebec ppd ram AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Milwaukee 19 '7 S26 Boslon 21 15 Baltimore Detroit Cleveland New York Oakland Chicago Texas Kansas City California 19 22 463 4 Minnesota 16 20 444 4 TODAY'S GAMES California Ryan ai Kansas City Dal Canton Texas Hajari at Chicaqo Bahnsen D e 1 f o C o i e -r. n n i at Milwaukee Slaton 5i Cleveland G P'jrry at Baltimore Palmer WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS First Tpxas 200 000 000 2 6 1 Chicaqo 100 100 40x -6111 BiDDy Merritt Fourauli Allen ana Bnlinqs Wood Forsier and Herrman HR Tex Burroughs Second 003 000 032-8 15 1 ChiCdgo 100 100 000-2 8 0 and SundUerg Kaal Gossage and Downing HP Chi Kelly Cleveland 000 000 000 000 080 Baltimore 000 000 000 001-1 9 2 J Perry Buskey and Duncan Grimsipy 4i a-id Williams New Yorh 000 020 10 2 Boston 200 020 12 1 and Tiant and HR NY Mason Oakland 000 IOC 7 2 Minnesota 020 020 7 0 Blue Lindhlad Fingers and Tenace Goltz Campbell Bucgmeier and Borgmann HRs Oak Jackson Detroit 000 210 14 1 Milwaukee 020 000 4 0 Lolich and Freehan Kobei Travers Rodriguez and Moore HRs Del Horton Mil Coluccio California 310 020 10 0 Kansas City 000 000 51 Singer and Rodriguez Filzmorns McDamel Mingon Garber and Martinez HRs Cat Robinson Lahoud LEAGtlE LEADERS American League AB ft H Pet Carew Mm Jackson Oak McRae KC Yastrzemski B Gamble Cie Hargrove Tex Petroceili B Pmiella NY Robinson Bal Burrouqns Tex 150 126 129 134 93 90 100 123 139 164 23 28 20 27 10 17 10 15 9 24 364 336 333 33J 330 325 324 323 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. 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