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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J.O THE lE'IllBRIDPE HERALD fiicluy, Moy 76, mi MI fXT of he swlcd series a closer The Idea l 'Hie MIL L'mrrnnr.s Thursday wiih radical proposal-Hint ram ('ana-! appointed llieir chairman, Hie dales of the Canada-Ilnssia limn of Om-m'.o Ulack I riches be ch.ingwl, iflhe am, iiimu' up ol in UKV In play llin al Miuad in an Hawks, lo mi-el wil Canada officiiiLs mid d In mluco the puwcr of I he Canadian squad. arc pro players would hr able1. In go inlrt Injining nl about Ihc iwuaJ limo in September. Sonic lop ilayors had expressed rcscna- The MIL rm-ncrs came up i turns about reducing Ihnir al- ready-brier summer respite from competition. The MIL proposed IhaL I ho four games in KIISSH ho playf-d firsl, on Lin- Sepl. 'I'l-'in dales uri finally propostxJ. The Four panics in (.'annda would lake place, in October or November the Russians could send llic'ir lea Ihc NHL schedule would lie adjusted so that, nono of Ilio Canadian pros need miss a with his own U'fini. The. .'i ft (I i 3 u Montreal, Toronlo, Winnipeg and bwn lonln- lively scheduled by Russian and -stars ags i.' 1111 non .ioua.c i'' V. liomhcM-.s wit hn quarterback v. i Football put their per- KVCIT) n IN SCOII ASF) The resipialinn was "nol really a Harvia said. His association liad given Iho delegation to the CAHA an- nual meeting authority lo pull out i[ Lhcre was not some defi- nite changes in tho pro-am agreement. SEEK BAM After delegates approved ex- tension ol Iho curvenl agree- ment, Hai-vio attempted lo in- Ircxlucc a motion to have sucli agreements banned in future. Only the two Alberta delegates vuled for the motion and it was defealed. Just before the aflernoon plc- iiaiT session slarlcd, Harne handed a one-paragraph letter of. resignation to the CAHA ex- ecutive. He said the Alberta associa- .ion will probnhly go through some reorganization and be called Hoc-key Alberta, possibly seeking help from Hockey financial, b u t some help in printing onr regis- tration forms." II e suggested participants could have paid 50 cents a year (o the CAIfA (o make up for money that comes from tha NHL and an where between should be paid for players drafted. "And if the branches require the money, per par- ticipant is a preily rcasonabla registration fee." CAHA president Joe Kryczka of Calgary said he doesn't plan to have the association run without a full complement of U brandies. "As quickly as I get home I'm going (o have lo ar- range some meetings in order lo get the association back in good standing." He said ho was confident Ilia Alberta branch could be formcrl. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCOR NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST .............Vf L Pel GBL New York 9 .70 pitKhiirgli 70 13 5 Cnicago l> 16 .SIS 8 Monlrsal .....U T .157 in Philadelphia 15 13 .'.il in'j SI. 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