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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THC WrHBRIDGE IIERAIO Thursday, November 5, 1970 Lawyers Must Approve Flood's New Contract PLANTE MOVES OUT Jacques Plane of the Toronlo Maple Leafs moves out of his goal Wednesday night in an attempt lo ger the puck- Plante has only leammate Brian Glennie, extreme right, to help. Closing Redmond Brothers Meet Head On in for los Angeles Kings ore Yuha Widing, left, and Mike Byers. fopped Leufs 3-2 in coast game- Kin cjs cores Ry Caniitliau Press Staff Writer Alcnlion KirklanrJ Lake, Out., ind liockey rumble in same breath and nine luncs out ot 10 ihe name Plogor conies to mind. The baUling PI a ger Bar- clay, Bob and BiJI-are St. Louis teanMnal.es now buL Uieir frequent skiroiishcs before being united vrtth the National Hockey League Blues made col- orlul copy. (lie Redmond brol.liers, and Dick, who come from the same Northern Ontario raining centre, have had their initial major league clash and the younger Dick came out with egg on his face. Mickey manhandled Dick in the exchange and stormed Irom the penalty box to winner as Montreal nipped Minnesota North Stars 4-3 Wednesday night. Mickey also helped set up two earlier Montreal goals before mixing his brother after the two crashed into the boards early in the third period of their game at Bloomington, Minn. nia Golden Seals slopped New j Pulford, a Leaf for years York 3-1 and prevented being traded In Los Ange- J3angers from moving into first jles last summer, scored the place in the East Division, two Los Angeles goals wftJi cago Black Hawks scored a I the winner going to Doug Robiii- come-fr Dm-behind 4-2 win over Detroit Hed and Pitts- burgh Penguins crushed Van- couver Canucks 8-3. son late in The game. There was some hesitation on Pulford's part in reporting to i Los Angeles after hearing ot the trade. Since he came to terms with the ICings in mid-S'eptcm- ber, however, he has been named team captain and is manager-coach Larry Regan's inspirational leader both on and off (he ice. California opened a 3-0 lead in their surprise win over the Labor Club, Generals Win And there was no brotherly love lost in Los Angeles where Bob Puiford turned on his for- mer team-mates "with two goals as the Kings edged Toronto 3-2. In other NHL games, Califor- Your NEW Authorized Denier TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 Two Close Triumphs In the Uvo games played in i before Ihe second period ended. I pions out scored Ihem 2-1. Uie Cily RecrcaLion }I o c k a y I W8S Uie third period Uial kill- j Both clubs picked up nine league last evening the M and' Chances of a U of L vie-; penalties each in the GO nujv lory as (lie defending Cham-! utcs of play. Rookie Next Russ Jackson? WINNIPE G (CP) Bor. Rison coach Henry Janzen Hangers before rookie Egcrs ruined Smilh's bid for Jack- goalie Gary shulotit. Tlic K Generals nipped Purity Bol- Lling 3-2 in the first encounter score Uie I w'lile m "le secont' con'est Canadiens Picted UP thfr sec' oiicl win in as many starU eug- iiiH Ihe U of L Chinooks 3-2 which was their season debut. Norm Krausc led the Gener- als to their victory banging home goals while Lloyd Yamagishi aided with one. For the Purity Bolthng Cliff j Block and Garth Lamb each rammed in a goal apiece in a Kraemtiri quarterback of (he I rates Kraemer highly, defending Canadian uitercolle- "if any boy has a chance to the Generals were assessed nine of (lie 15 penalties called in (lie game wilh AI Willis being the badman getting the nod on six occasions totalling 15 minutes IB the sin-bin. dian Football Ltague. The 173 pound signal caller us eligible for the pro draft this year and says he'll report to whatever club selects him anti mil play any position they ask In the second contest Lome him to. Gray, Don Bruchet and Gerry Klinfcharamer all contributed a Kraemer das led the Univer- sity of Manitoba Bisons to Hie goal apiece to the Labor Club iD69 Canadian and Western Col- in then- 3-2 tnumpli over Bow] erowns three straight Western Intercollegiate Athletic .Association football season championships. Chiaooks. For the Chinooks Nigel Rus- set and Tim Megrello managed singletons in a losing effort. The Chinooks held a 1-0 lead after the first period, but only to see their lead vanish as the Labor Club tied the game up LETKBRiDGE Y STINGRAY SWIM CLUB HAS OPENINGS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS fo 11 years of INIERESfEO IN qge r. COMPETITIVE SWIMMING Phone 328-1922 or clip cind mail cauporl To: 1.ETHBBIDGE Y STINGRAY SWIM Cttlfl 10.1ft Stiff] South, NAME ADDRESS PHONE AGE (Bowling! I Highs GLENDMC BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS Bill JDS Wimp Naka- 3d Bob Cosianzo JQ3 Sieve Peslersen 03.1 Fran- cis Wright ?E6 (BOH; Ores! Yurchat, MF--S 307 Len m flobin Whcci- 377 Steve Saler 27? B AND E John ScatlcrriQod Jnr. ?s'i Oil Arderscfi 300 Guy Close 251; G. undberg 273; Alex Kcsjler .nderson 727; Bunny Andersnn 7.'.7; 351; Graham Stalierqood 373. HIGA'S LiOlES AAav Ko'Cfar 77J Diaunc Vio tmi Ool ?27; Sfirsdy Scni- Ki? AAgnn Rlma Grove; in, Oiannc PeSerscii 303; Phvf Marrisnn 350; Msrlcne Joyce Atltoard Erlilh Voffi ?J3 C.H.E.C. Ihe Russ Jackson's silk, iL should be Kraemer." j "We don't have to send in plays from the bench. Bob lias called practically every play since he stepped info our line- up early in 1968." BuL Kraemer may find him seff playing elsewhere in pro company. AL least Lwo West- ern Football Conferences dubs are interested in his services loss kept New York in a three- way lie for firsL with Montreal and Boston Bruins, idle Wednes clay nigJit. SNAP TIE Third-period goals by Brya! Campbell, liis second of thi game, and Gerry P i n d e snapped a 22 tie at Chicago as HIP Black Hawks moved thre points in front in the West Divi sion with both St Louis Pliiladelpliia Flycra idle. The Wings opened a 2-0 lead on goals by rookie Jim Shire. and Gordie but Camp j bell's' of Hie at o Hie second period started the Chicago comeback. Pittsburgh scored four Limes in the third period lo send UK Canucks lo-defeat- Vancouver'., precarious hold on fourth placi in the East held, however, as both Detroit and Toronto lost. Ken Scliinkel and Glen Satlier flanh scored twice for (he Pen guins in a game that was marred by two separate lights in the closing minutes. Tonight, SL. Louis is at I ton, Philadelphia at Detroit and Vancouver is in Buffalo against the Sabres. with Edmonton Eskimos appar- mtly looking at Kraemer as a jossible flanker, Kraemer has played the p :ion at times and Janzen, a one- ime all western defensive lalfback with "Winnipeg Blue Bombers, says Kraemer "has better moves than most of the men I hat) to cover during my j professional clays." "He has great pass catching ability, and reminds me of Ken one of Ihc CFVs top receivers. Kraemer places little empha- sis on his size, saying he's starting (o put on weight and "I'll be big enough to play in pro He's working towards his physical education degree lliis year and will, if he turns pro, supplement with summer j courses towards an education I degree. If he doesn't make the pro grade next season, he .says he'll return lo the Bisons and aim for 1972. Short Sport SPARKS TO FIGHT LONDON (Renter) Welsh boxer Eddie Avnth will Defend his Commonwealth light heavy- weight boxing title against Al Sparks in Winnipeg in January, it was announced here today. Avoth won the vacant title when he stopped Australian Tvevor Thomberry in Brisbane last month. NBIV YOHK W) Out- fielder Curt Flood's contract willi Washington Senators is ii conditional pact (hat still re- quires Ihc approval ot lawyers involved in his suit against baseball, The Associafed Press learned Wcdncdny. At the snmc lime, it also was learned (hat Ilic contract calls for a salary of for Ihe 1071 more than Flood was paid in during last active season wilh St. Louis Cardinals. In announcing Flood's sign- ing, tlie Senators implied that all outstanding issues had Been resolved. But a source close to the controversial outfielder, who still has a 54.1 million suit pending against baseball, disputed that. According to the source: "The contract is conditional because ot a special covenant which says attorneys on both sides must agree on the wording of a stipulation that the signing is without prejudice to the law- suit." The Senators said Flood, 32, las signed the standard player's contract containing the reserve clause that binds a player to the club which signs him until he is either traded, sold or released, and that commissioner Bowie iuhn had approved. VORDING IMPORTANT The wording of the contract is considered extremely important iecause Flood has signed a con- ract that contains the same re- erve caluse that lie is challeng- ng in court. He sat out the 1970 easou while his case was heard in federal court in New York. The federal court ruled igainst Flood in the lirst phase if the case and an appeal now s pending. It is expected that here will be no final determina- tion until the issue is set before Ihe United States Supreme Court. The contract would make Flood the third member of the Senators to be paid in excess of a year. The others are slugger Frank Hciw- ard and controversial pitcher Denny ftlcLain, another recent addition from Detroit Tigers. The Senators say Flood signed the contract in New York Tues- day night Rulin cleared the way by approving a trade with Philadelphia Phillies that sent utility outfielder Greg Goossen and minor leaguers Gene Martin and Jeff TerpUo to Philadelphia. The Phillies, originally acquired Flood from SI. Louis in Ihe Richie Allen trade, had given Ilic Senators permission to negotiate wilh Flood with the provision a trade would lie con- cluded in eonipensalioii it Wash- ington could get bim lo sign, Flood, in Copenhagen, Den- mark, where lie has personal business, u-ii.s lo report !i> Ilic Senators' team in Ihe Florida Winter Instructional League at St. Petersburg, Fla. Summaries LOS ANGELES 3, TORONTO 3 Firsl Period I. Los Angeles, Pul- ord 3 ILonSbcrry, Fieri) 2. To Monafran 2 PMJlJIes Sorey, Mickey, Dorey IlrJI; Hcgansort Monahan Second Period 3. Toronlo, Keon Penallies Planlc served by Liddlnglcn, Ley, 7.00, Dorey Lensberry 9; 03 Cur I is IJ'19, lert Mickey Dorcy Third PEriod 4. Los Angeles, Ful- (ord -1 (Lonsberry, Price) 5. Los Angeles, Robin sen 2 (Marolle, Mlck- Dorey Shafs on goal rallies Glennic 13 13 CALIFORN1A 3, NEW YORK 1 First Period 1. California, G. Jar- rell 7 (Hampsnn Vadnais) 3-05, I- California, 0. Hexlafl, 5 (Fealher- Elone, Mulotn) Second Period 3. California, Croleau 3 (Slacidiousel Penallies -Selling 21; Ingarfield Third Period J. ttyf Eg- pers 1 (Apps) Shols on goal by New York......... California 14 10 AilEfidanca PITTSBURGH 8 VANCOUVER 3 Ffrsf Period J. Pittsburgh, Prono- vost 2 (Morrison Fonleyne) 1- Sthinkel -1 [prenllce, Balh- gale) 3 Tallon (Hall, Makij 4. Vancouver. Ouinn 1 (Johnson, DcaX) Penalties PaieniEnT Polls econrf Period 5. Pittsburgh, Scliin- 5 IMorrlswi) 6. Vancouver, Ion 2 (QuinrO 7. Pillsburnh, Hexlall 2 (Rupp. Schhkel) pen- Qulnn Third Period B. Pitlsburgh, Salhcf (Boycri 1. Pfffsburgh, Sdihtr (Balhtjale, Rupp) :a. Pills >urgh, Boyer 3 (Salher, Rupp) 1. PHtsburgh, Prenlice 2 (Woylcwic'i, Rupp} 1BOO- PenalHps Blackburn Morrison Hargreaves, Shock Arbour BflUdrlas Uuittn 3r and SchocK major Wilson, Hargreaves minor, major 10- minule misconducf, Bafhgafe, Salhcr minor, major 15-1 Shots on goal: MONTREAL 4 MINNESOTfl 3 l-irsl Period l. Montreal, Lapolnla 3 IDcliveau M. Redmonfll 2. WlDUlrcal, Larose 3 (Pleau, Lemalre) Penally Larose Second Period 3. Monlreal, P. Ma- hovlich 5 (Bcliveau. M. Redmond) Renames Larose Harris Lanoinle Reid and Larose majors Third Period i. Minnesota, Grant 3 (Roseau, 5. Monlreal, M. Redmond 4 (Laocinle) 6. Mln- nesola. Praise 3 (Wflliams, Penalties M. Redmond. R. Rcrf- tnond mlnn minor, 10 mlnule rniscgn- ducl, Shots an goal by Montreal.......iff f IJ-ji Minneiola .11 8 CHICAGO agne and five pre-scason lick- ngs this year, the Eagles have a run ot J6 games without vic- 117. The Eagles lost 21-17 lo Dallas 7cwboys last Sunday at the alfway point of the NFL sea- on. Williams says the latest round hasn't marred his team's syche collectively. "I think the performance the najority of players' put forward i Dallas is not indicative of ny such cumulative ,'illiams said. "We are progressing to the point where the impvovemcnl in'IJ be showing in tlii won and lost column soon." COACHED CALGAUV Williams moved to tile Eagles in 1969 after four seasons as coach of Calgary Slampcdcrs of the Canaddian Football League. Owner Len Tose, who pur- chased Ihe Eagles for S1C.1 mil- lion two years ago, also is eunfi- the victory isn't loo far away. Tose expressed confi- dence in the players, general manager Pete IMzlafl and Wil- liams. "I Ihink that an owner has ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Easf Division Vf L Boston 7 1 Monlrear ......7 a Ycrfc 7 3 rouver .3 7 NHL LEADERS 8os 1 4fi 15 MeKeftfie, Bcs 1 3J 9fi 15 i Beliveau, MM 1 30 32 II R- Hull, Chi t 33 n a Hodje, 8cs 1 34 41 D 30 3J G A Pts Pirn 7 12 19 ?I SI. Louis Los Angele ALBERTA JUNIOR Lelhhrjdge 10 13 HOCKEY SCORES allciul 3 21 ?-1 10 Montreal ........_____ 27 27 9 Los Angeles 3 Toronto 33 35 6 Calilornia 3 New YorX I Chicago 1 Dclroil 2 Pittsburgh s Vancouver J FA Pis i Wcilern 65 35 1? ;SBlt Lake 4 Denver 3 77 .u 17 Porlland 7 Phoenix 5 Edm. Movers. Ponoka ......280 WESTERN JO A Eastern Division W L T Estevan 710 I fi I .SSI 5 T 1 3 0 Western Division Swift Curronl RegJna Filn Fitsn 1 30 57 7 Salem 7 Jacksonville 5 l '1 67 7 i Greensboro 4 New Haven 2 0 !S 5-1 4 Ccniral Dallas 4 Oklahoma 4 United States Soult Sle. Warie B 1 _ Western IFilernalional 30 Is'Trail 4 Nelson J 47 Hi Thunder Say 34 n [Marrs 3 Canadians 3 52 11 British Columbia Junior 59 4 Chllllwack 5 New Weslminsler WCIFL STANDINGS W L F A Ph I 18T 77 13 J 122 72 IE frmrjzanin I'nir Peace liivcr country I week. Oilier Ihc lor Cr'iiupus Kings vicfoi-y finals wrc over Clrcni West Tiro in Hie sec- news conference that Dobhs' Kcial dc- cftcctive now director of would he MTirctl hy Murray frime. Ken Chprvmski add- inimcdintcly. IV. ,Iohn Dralz. McNeil. Ilcrnio A I c s cd 12 for Ihc Kin.ijs. linico KcM- chairman of Tiilsa's Murray Walker ami all, wilh points, Ihc only t; il u r a linn dep.ii l iTirciimn lo hit douhlc figures, j named intcrira allilcljc director. SHIRK OTTAWA (CP) Ottawa Rough Riders announced Wednesday that Marshall Shirk has won the bill Smyth trophy fcr best lineman of the vear with the foolliJill club. Shirk was selected by fellow players, The "BOSS" (TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER) Best of the New Breed of High Tmtlicn Winter Tires. Kelly-Springfield's finest gltis boiled Polycsier Cord Tiro wilh lop winier traction and for morn mileage Ihqn our best conlinonlol whilcr tint. ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SAMS A SERVICE 403 Itr An. bath Pftorte 3J7-MS4 or 317-4445 ;