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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 25, 1973 Future lies in junior hockey internationally Devine takes over as CAHA president CHARLOTTETCnVN (CP) "IiUernaiionaJly, I think our fu- ture lies in junior said Jack Devine, after he was elected Thursday to succeed Joe Kryczka of Calgary as pres- I ident of the Canadian Amateur I Hockey Association (CAHA'. Devine. a veteran Belleville. Ont., radio sportscaster, said "there are so many professional teams now it is tough far us to compete, but I am confident our CAHA is prepared to co-operate junior teams can do so on an equitable basis. "I am not going to get in a name-calling contest with any- Devine said, "but the with any hockey group if it is also prepared to accept the fact that co-operation is a two-way he said. Other officers elected: Don S. Johnson of St. John's, Nfld., first vice-president: Gordon Renwick of Cambridge, Ont., vice-president of senior and in- termediate series: Roland Mer- cicr of Quebec City, vice-presi- Cardstoii, Stavely rodeos set The Cardston Indoor amateur rcdeo kicks off this evening in the Cheesemrji Arena. Show time is 8 o'clock. There will be one performance Friday and two on Saturday, at two and eight p.m. Sanctioned by the Chinook Amateur Rcdeo Association, the rodeo will feature all the major rodeo events iulh a special fea- ture being the exciting pony chariot races. Stock for the show will be supplied by McGowan Rodeo Co., owned and operated by Gordon Ross and Allan Jones. Special guests at the Cardston show will be the ROMP. The Stately Arena will also be hosting a rodeo this weekend. The Claresholm high school rodeo is slated for the Stavely arena Friday and Saturday night. The high school circuit is in its second year of operation in Alberta. Both rodeos promise plenty of excitement and the public is urged to attend. Cougars sign Darryl Maggs CHICAGO (AP) Chicago Cougars of the World Hockey Association announced Thurs- day the signing of two players from the rival National Hockey League. The Cougars said they gave multi-year contracts at undis- closed terms to defenceman Darryl Maggs. who totalled 22 points for California Golden Seals last season, and goalie Cam New-ton, who played 11 games for Pittsburgh Penguins in 1972-73. Maggs originally was a No. 4 amateur draft choice by the NHL's Chicago Black Hawks in 1969. He was traded to the Seals last December for Dick Red- mond I protest! California Angels catcher Jeff Torbcrg, centre, pro- tests call by home plate umpire Marty Springstead aj Ken Henderson, right, of Chicago White Sox rights him- self after scoring on hit by Bill Meltcn. Action came in third inning Thursday at Chicago. Chicago won, 4-1. Sinks Angels for eleventh victory Wilbur Wood's knuckler too much By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "He's just Wilbur Wonder- says Chuck Tanner. He's really Wilbur Wood, but you can pardon the Chicago White Sox manager for speak- ing in superlatives. Chicago's star pitcher had just won his llth game, tops in the majors, with a 4-1 decision over California Angels Thurs day. "My knuckler was rea said Wood, celebrating with a cigar. "I don't know why, but it wasn't breaking too sharply and was around the plate all the time.'' Because of his fabulous start Minor baseball Harvie Pocza's third straight mound victory along with his grand slam home run propel- led the Athletics to a 6-2 de- cision over the Tigers in Lake- side Senior Little League ac- tion Thursday night. Pocza's four-run homer was the first long ball out of the Lakeside park this season. Len Rook and Dave McCel- lan aided in the win with a double each while Greg Osha- ski managed a two-bagger in a losing cause. In Lakeside Little League play, the Twins scored a slim 13-11 win over the Tigers. Perry MacDonald earned the win while Bob Montgomery took the loss. Rogert Bourassa stroked a double for the winners. The Yankees went to town and blasted the Red Sox 23-8 in another contest. Ricky Heyland bested Jeff Hamilton on the mound for the verdict while Chris Spoulus and Randy Rook poked out a dou- ble and single to lead the hit- ters for the winners. Canada's Highest Quality Shoes 'Water Bison' Fine grained leather He exactly as shown. Every man while) for summer Martinelii Men's Casuals 2 new white wet look 6 and D widths A new navy and whita slip on by Martinelii Open Fri. 'til 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. SHOES an 11-3 record and 10 victories in the last 11 games, Wood was naturally asked about a possible 30-victory year; or even 40, for that matter. "No he said. "My goal now is the next 12." In the other American League games, Boston Red Sox wal- loped Milwaukee Brewers 10-1, Detroit Tigers blanked New York Yankees 4-0 and Min- nesota Twims trimmed Kansas City Royals 2-0. Rain postponed a doubleheader between Balti- more Orioles and Cleveland In- dians. In the National League, At- lanta Braves turned back San Francisco Giants 2-1 and New York Mets stopped Los Angeles Dodgers 7-3 in 19 innings. Detroit entertains Oakland tonight in American League ac- tion while Texas visits New York, Kansas City is at Min- nesota, California in Milwaukee and Cleveland at Chicago. Six National League games are on tap with Houston Astros a: Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Bert Blyleven pitched a one- Kirkpatrick's bunt single in the fifth to lead Minnesota past Kansas City. George Mitterwald and Danny Thompson knocked in Minnesota's runs with singles. Carl Morton fired a five-hitter and batted in the winning run in Atlanta's Francisco. victory over San Rusty Staub doubled home the go-ahead run in the 13th in- ning as New York Mets struck for four runs to beat Los Ange- les and end the longest game in Dodger history since the club has moved to California. The marathon affair took five hours and 42 minutes to play and fea- tured a total of 40 hits, six by the Dodgers' Willie Davis. Shelters split with Highway 23 Cubs at Cincinnati Reds, At- lanta at St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Phillies visiting San Diego Padres, New York at Los Angeles and the Giants en- tertaining Montreal Expos. Wood earned the decision over Nolan Ryan, the Angels' h a r d-throwing right-hander. Ryan struck out 13 batters to raise his major league-leading total to 107. Rico Petrocelli collected four hits, including a home run, and drove in three runs to pace Bos- ton over Milwaukee. Boston second baseman Doug Griffin was hit on the left hand a pitch in the first, inning and suffered a broken bone. It was estimated that he will be sidelined for four to six weeks. Dick McAuliffe slugged a :hree-run homer and Mickey Lolich fired a six-hitter to pace Detroit over the Yankees. Lol- ch won only his third game in eight decisions. The hard-luck eft-hander has lost four of his games by close, low-run deci- sions-two 1-0 defeats and two 2-1 losses. Highway 23 and Claresholm Safeway Shelters split a pair of Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball League games stagsd at the Dave Elton Park Thursday night. In the first encounter, Shel- ters scored an 8-4 victory while in the second Highway 23 came back to win 9-6. Frank Keller's t h r c c-run homer in the fourth inning proved to be ths margin for the victory in last night's open- er. The two clubs were tied 1-1 up to that time. Ken Black picked up the mound win but needed relief help from Jim Kuhl in the sixth inning while Jim Woods suffered the loss. Woods also led Highway 23 at the plate with a pair of sin- gles. Meanwhile in the second contest. Highway 23 rackrf up four runs in the first inning and went on to defeat the Shel- ters. Woods went the distance for the win while Kuhl took the loss. Wayne Shearer and Ken Munton led Highway 23 with a pair of singles while Dan Cut- forth added a triple. Barry Zinc stroked a home run, triple and single in a los- ing cause while Nick Willis and Rod Wilhite added a double and a single each. STAMPS INK TROUT CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampeders of the Western Football Conference today an- nounced the signing of import quarterback Bill Troup of the University of South Carolina. Troup, six-feet-three and 215 pounds, is noted more for his passing than his running. dent of junior hockey; T. B. McCormack of Thunder Bay, Out., vice-president cf minor hockey; end Waltetr Clark of Grand Falls, Nfld., senior direc- tor. Delegates attending Thurs- day's plenary session were told by executive director Gordon Juckes of Ottawa that the asso- ciation is being deluged with in- vitations to Canadian teams to participate in tournaments abroad. Juckes said invitations and requests to play in Canada had been received from Sweden, Po- land, Finland, France and Yu- goslavia in addition to several from Russia. Kryczka. commenting on a bid from Russia to have a Ca- nadian team compete in its Golden Puck tournament in March, said "this is a signifi- cant breakthrough in inter- national relations." Juckes said the French Ice Hockey Federation hopes to ar- range a six-game series with teams of intermediate calibre in the Montreal area in February. He suggested if Polish and Yugoslavian teams come to Canada, one should play in the East and the other in the West. The CAHA's national office is also discussing an exchange of midget teams with Russia in February, McCormack said. In other business Thursday, a request from the Quebec dele gation to have the national bodj cede Ottawa and Gatineau Que.. districts to the Quebec Amateur Hockey AssociaUoi was deferred. iiuuraiiiiuuiimiiiiiiiiiinmitra NichlausT v WHERE BOLDNE IS PROPER DON'T GIVE TOURS. DOWN IRT THEY oo MflNV WEEKE THEMSELVES fl THEV HIT 'CflUTlOUS' DRIVES, STI THE MIDDLEV -MEfll MUST PLRY SECONDS HflZRRDS GUflRDING THE pRONT _ QUITE OFTEN THIS IS PROPER, HOLES flRE SO WIDE ORfeN ONLY IS BOLDNESS MORE GOLF. GREEN. TRY TO HIT POSSIBLE DRIVE ON SUCH fl WHERE'IT'pPENS THE CHRNCE OF GETTING HOME IN TWO fiND SCORING A BIRDIE. IF YOU HIT fl POOR TEE SHOT YOU CflN USURLLY HIT fl OUT IN FRONT OF THE GREEN flND'STILL CLOSE'TO WHERE YOU WOULD HflVE BEEN RNYWflY flFTER fl SHOFVTS SflFE DRIVE. i 197 J (.oldrn fc.i. Inc. Ml Rictili Rtwned Dm Cuiid! I niure 5-n 238 Race results SEEK AGREEMENT QAHA President Roger Plouffe of Trois-Rivieres said ''our branch has tried to reach an agreement but it was no! satisfactory, so -we agreed to defer the issue until June." Also deferred to the June meeting of the board of direc tors was a proposal by the QAHA calling for a halt to al players transfers from Quebec to Ontario. "We feel the transfer regu- lations are being Poluffe said. The CAHA approves transfer of a junior player from Quebec to Ontario only if he moves with his parents. But there have been cases where the parents moved to an Ontario city for a few weeks then returned to Quebec soon after a transfer had been ob- tained. Plouffe said he hopes Quebec can gain jurisdiction over the Ottawa and Gatineau districts to offset complaints from his province's officials and mem- bers of the public that some Quebec hockey players are nol playing under QAHA jurisdic- tion. LIFT SUSPENSION Kryczka announced he y lift the indefinite suspension ol Bill Reddick of Rosetown Red Wings of the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association. Kryczka, who took dis- ciplinary action after a stick- swinging incident during the na- tional intermediate A finals, said Reddick had been in- correctly identified in the ref- eree's report. Humboldt Broncos from the Saskatchewan sus- pended indefinitely for default- ing its Centennial Cup playoff series to Portage la Prairie Terriers, who eventually won the championship. Humboldt officials had ac- cused Portage players of "rough and vicious tactics and deliberate attempt to injure" and refused to continue the series. Judge Hanson T. Dowell of Middleton, N.S., Lionel Fleury of Quebec City, Fred Page of Vancouver, and Earl Dawson of Winnipeg, all past presidents, were appointed life members. The association approved a recommendation from its ref- eree-in-chief. Hugh McLean of London, that all referees and linesmen were helmets. How- ever, it is not mandatory. Our leases are full of extras, but you'd never know it by the price Plione ROY MclNTOSH at 328-9271 Now! Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. CHRYSLER (EASING SVSHM Corner of 3rd Ave. and llth 328-9271 St. 5. EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Thursday: FIRST claiming, 2 year eld 5 furlongs. Unconventlonel (Phelan) 22.50 11.00 500, Dana Dee (Radnyk) 40.10 10.60, Calgary Princess (Barroby) Time 1-02. Miss County, Twins Return, Mistic Shadow. Carpathian, Chunk O'Luck also ran. SECOND tl.600, allowance, 3 year elds, 7 fur- longs. Principle Case (Barroby) 5.80 3.00 2.90, Keen Arrow 'Parsons) 3.00 2.50, Narrabeen 'Phelan) i.OO. Time: 1-27 2-5. Cloud Chaser, Independent Shadow, Melvm K, King Of The Alps also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: SB2.M. THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Ripple Rajah (Hedge) 20.00 7.60 4.70, Maggies Magic (Phelan) 8.70 5.50, Courteous (Levins) i.-IO. Time: 1-5 Twins Pride, Tay's Talent, Here Comes Cookie, Flying Exit, Raneepage also ran. QUINELLA: S1M.70. FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, miles. Sharp Reply (Shields) 3 30 2 W 2.30, Lolita's Hope (Kipling) 4.20 3.00, Te- traspeed (Whittle) i EO. Time: 2-5. Mister Bountiful, Grand Sauk, Ca- tatious. Ice Alley, Gay Grin also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Coppers Image 'Morns' 4.60 320 3.00, Lady Sluart (AteCauley) 4.00 3.70, Prince Go (Wiseman) 8.10. Time: What A Blend, Ky Charger, Fair Haydn, P.eturn Fare, Magandslr also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH handicap, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlonos. Mamselle 'Norrls) 2.90 2.90 2.20, Emerald Linn (Phelan) 8.90 3.30, Run For Life dnda) 2.40. Time: 3-5. Bonnie Brier Magic, More Travel, Johnny's Honey also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, I'B miles. Rockin' Ruler (Whittle) 12.20 4.40 260, Jamie's Victory (Inda) 330 2.30, Johnny 'N Joe (Hedge) 2.40. Time: 4-5. Scotty George, Western Strip, Pow- erful Pop, Edie's Prize, Harry Safari also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Celtic Plot (Watson) 15.30 7.10 4 80, Fcresl Heights (Glesbrecht) 4.60 3.10, Smooth Edge 'Gold) 9.40. Time: 1.26 1-5. Gallant Shadow, Hills Of Snow, tcr Haig, Astro Shot, Mr. Murphy also ran. QUINELLA: ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L .....24 17 ......20 17 ......14 18 .....16 19 Pet. GBL .585 .541 Chicago New York 'Ittsburgh .......16 18 -471 Montreal ......16 19 .457 S hiladelphio .....15 24 .385 8 St. Louis.......13 24 .351 9 West Cincinnati .......25 14 .610 Vi San Francisco 28 18 .609 Houston 26 18 .591 1 Los Angeles .....24 19 .J58 2'A Atlanta .......17 23 .425 8 an Diego .......16 27 .372 10Vi TODAY'S GAMES Houston Reuss (5-1) at Pittsburgh Moose (3-3) Chicago Reuschel (3-3) tt Cincin- nati Gullett (5-2) Atlanta Morton (3-31 at St. Louis Foster (2-3) Philadelphia Brett (2-1) it Sin go Norman (1-5) Mew York Matlack (2-5) at Los Angeles Osteen (3-3) Montreal Tcrrei (3-5) ef San Fran- cisco Bradley (2-2) RESULTS an Francisco Oil 000 1 5 0 Atlanta 020 000 1 10 1 McDowell Sosa (7) and Sadek, ader Morton (4-3) and Oates. HRs: New York........ Ml OM 110 000 009 000 22 4 Los Angeles 031 000 000 000 000 II 3 Soaver, Hennigan (7) McGraw (8) tone (1-0> (13) McAndrew ;