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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI IETH8RIDGE HERAID Tutsdny, November 7, 1971 Story changes somewhat with visit of Killaidu Is Drapeau saying Games need help' MONTREAL (CP1 Mayor Jean Drapeau said Monday thai the city will need the help of bolli Ilic federal and provin- cial governments in plans to fi- nance Lire 1976 Olympic games. Speaking al a reception hon- oring International Olympics Committee president Lord have lo be modified bill anin, Mayor Drapeau said that both Quebec and Ottawa "will have to modify some acts so fi- nancing can be made available for some aspects of Uic Olym- pics." He did not specify which acts Lord Killanin is impressed MONTREAL (CP Lord Killanin, president of the Inler- national Olympic Committee said Monday he is "very im- pressed and very happy" with Campbell, Eagleson meet MONTREAL (CP) The Ga- zette says Clarence Campbell, National Hockey League presi- dent, and Man Eagleson. head of the NHL Players' Associ- ation, will meet in Detroit to- day to decide on the league's international hockey policy. The newspaper says the two men will take their widely-di- vergent viewpoints to the own- ers of the 16 NHL teams on what should be done about Rus- sia's proposal for a four-game exhibition series in January. Campbell is quoted by the newspaper as saying the series should be played because "whether or not it is to our ad- vantage, the Russians are here to stay." Although he Is going to the meeting with "an open mind." Eagleson does net want the series played if it involves the league's four strongest teams, Montreal Canadiens. New York Rangers, Boston Bruins and Chicago Black Hawks, the pa- per said. "If they (the Russians) beat them, they can go home and say 'we're (he world's Eagleson is quoted as saying, adding he might be agreeable lo having the Russians play four of the league's weakest teams. "If Uiey beat Oakland (Cali- fornia Golden Seals) who he said. The newspaper also quotes Sam Pollock, Montreal general manager, as saying Canadian teams would not be involved. Campbell also said Hie NHL has been hurt by adverse reac- tion in North America to Team Canada's conduct 2nd that a January series under direct NHL control in co-operation with the players' association, could vindicate the league's reputation. Eagleson said he has talked with some players, including Phil Esposito, the Bruins star centre, and the Canadiens' Yvan Cournoyer, who say they are not interested in another series with the Russians. WE ARE NOW AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR BAUER SKATES We also feature a SKATE SWAP Sharpened New Lacei Shined Sonitiied PAIR APPROX...... Lethbridge Honda Centre 1117 J Ave. 5. Ph. 327-8889 Closed Monday Dpfcn Thurs. and Fri- lill 9 p.m. "Ample Frco Parking" llic progress made so far by Ihe organizing committee lor the 1S76 Summer Olympics. "I've done a fairly complete lour of Ihe sites and potenlial he said. "One of Ihc rules when a city Is granted the Olympics, is that Ihey take place as near Iliat city as pos- sible. "It would appear from what I've seen here that Ihe planning is extremely good and looking at Ihe over-all picture, I'm very impressed and very happy." However, the IOC president shed no light on one big ques- tion most Canadians have been much will the 1976 Games cost. In reply lo a question about (he cost of the Games, Killanin said he could not say "because financing is up to the organ- izing committee." Mayor Jean Drapeau has set cost of Montreal staging the Games at 5126 million, but so far there has been no further breakdown of this figure from the mayor or the organizing committee. WOULDN'T COMMENT The 58-year-old Irish peer who was elected lo succeed Av- ery Brundage as IOC president last August, was non-committal on Denver, the site chosen for the 1976 Winter Games. The Denver situation has be- come sn election issue in to- day's United SUtes voting. 'I don't want to comment on the eve of an Killanin said. "The situation there has arisen over the last 13 months. All I can say is I will meet with olher IOC vice presidents next week to review it and my visit here. "While it would be unfair for anyone to comment, when one sees these things happening, one has lo think ahead a little lo what the possibilities are or are not." Killanin said the current IOC rule calls for the erection of one Olympic Village and there has been no change in that rule. There had been discussion in Montreal that to make full use ot federal and provincial urban renewal financing, Mayor Drapeau would attempt lo sell the IOC on a split village rather than one major complex. "As you know, Munich had a high rise Kilianin said. "And there's no doubt at all after talking to most ath- letes and chefs de mission, they liked the village and the mix- ing." KILLANiN AHEAD Killanin said one of his tasks is lo plan the Olympic move- ment for the next 20 years and during that period "there could well be a change in plans." He said the IOC has given some thought lo extending the Games over a longer period of time 'to make more use of fa- cilities." But he said while this could be an asset lo Ihe "host it would not be one for teams forced to Iravel long dis- tances lo compete over the lengthy period. PROFESSIONAL RUG and UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS (Now under new management) Ask about our PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! 7-day, 24-hr. Answering SQTVICB 328-9313 later said that a Quebec law will have lo be amended lo al- low an Olympics lottery. He said Ihe Munich Games earlier this summer "got the audacious support of higher governments to get the money where it available on a vol- untary basis. "And that is exactly what we intend lo do here in he added. II appeared lo ho a con' traeliction of earlier slalemenls by Mr. Drapeau that ho would Qowling GARY TUNBRIDGE bowler-oMhc-monlh MAVIS TUTTLE Iiowler-of-lhe-monlh T CAPRI BOWL, there was no doubt about the selection of. the powlers-of-lhe-month Mavis Tuttle headed the gals with a standout performance in Martinizing spoiling an average ot 187, she reeled off 219, 272 and a whopping o93 for an 884: triple with the 393 and 884 high marks for the women thus far at Capri this year Gary Tunbridge was the men's bowler-of-the-montli winner after blister- ing the pins in Gordie's lie turned in 311, 29G and a rousing 403 for a sensational triple of the high of the year in any league for the men Dinner at Hy's is a further reward to the winners. In the bowler-of-the-week race, a pair of YBC standouts took honors Jim Malcomson clicked for a solid 234, 355 and 273 for an 862 triple in Prebuilt Social the younger brother of Linda and Ken Malcomson, Jim is serving notice that he, too, is ready to step front and forward Nadine Kovacs, a 16-year-old star, got Ihe nod with an 813 triple on the strength of 288, 293 and 232 in Young Adults both Nadine and Jim are members of the YBC program and are prime examples of how much talent is being displayed among the youth trundlers. New league highs for the week included Jim Malcomson's 355 single and 862 triple in Prebuilt, Agnes Hart's 259 in Prebuill, Mary Ward's 695 in Senior Citizens, Bea Salmon's 236 average in Speedys, Gerry Devos' 235 in Lethbridgc Banks, Judy Stilson's 290 in the Friendly League and the 813 triple by Nadine Kovacs in Young Adults. TV Bowlers are reminded of the Remembrance Day best ball doubles tournament, getting under way at Saturday afternoon contact Ihe desk if you're planning to compete and a tip of Ihc cap of Marg Gillespie who, with a 143 average, rolled a 574 triple this past week, including a pair of 200-plus games. In women's league action, those setting the pace were Wilma Valer with a 745 triple in Knights of Columbus, Diamie Corbett 300, Pal Plomp 301 and Peggy Forry a 731 triple in Juniors, Jean Possey 348 and 793, Jcanette Smccd a 757 triple and Doris Houston 297 in Speedys, Pat Plomp 295 and 737 and Jean Passey a 743 triple in Martinizing, June Taylor 308 and 809, Brenda Pedcrscn a 768 triple, Bea Salm- on 340 and 737, Dianne Corbett SIR, Nina Sindlinger 736 and Linda Malcomson 783 in Green's, May Slahe 296 and Frances Harris 294 in Sundquist Construc- tion, Faye Urano 309 and Carol Fnjila 290 in JCCA, June Taylor 706 and Kay Balhgatc 707 triples in Civil Service, Alma Oberg a 762 in CPR and Nadine Kovacs with her 293 and 813 in Young Adults. In men's play, Jim Malcomson r.tole the show in Prebuilt with his 355 and 802, while in Knights of Columbus the leaders were Bob Costnnzo with a big 385 and 857, Gary Tunbridfie 307 and 873 and Elias Sawilla 302 In Gordie's, where Ihe pins suffer each week. Bill Taylor rolled 323 and 802, John Rempel 333 and 848, Steve Saler and a neat 905 triple and Ken Kurtz 315 In Green's Ihc loaders v.'ere Lovra Novak 312, Dave Smeed 31-1 and 850. Randy Wolstoncrofl, and 833, Ken Kurtz 323 and 829, Sid Pollock 307 and 794 and Tak KoLakami a 794 triple Al Taylor paced Civil Service with 354 and 770 while John Erickson hit for 34fi with Rick Barva's 319 and 759 with Lcs Krickson's 309 high in Young Adults. FRED FITZNER MR. CASEY VANDENBRINK, President of FOREIGN CAR (Leth.) LTD. is pleased lo announce the appointment of MR. FRED FITZNER as Assistant Sales Manager For iho pail 12 yuan Mr. Frori Filznnr hns aitainod o nationwide loading position in the talei of special imporiod Frod oxlorufs an invitation lo oil hii to visit tho excellent facilities at Foreign Cnr (Loth.) Ltd. for snlni, and ounianding sorvir.0 on all imported auloniohiloi. Redskins win lirni.'krl Redskins, wilh Ihc Yellow Morn family leading Ihe uny, iipmdrd thr Blood Itr- scrvr in City Men's liaskclb.lll league iiclinn Monday, 7D-G3. [long Yellow Horn paced the will] 21) points while Murray Yellow Iltirn added 17 find lUarv Hiippcd in with 14. Hob Mosscy broke up Ihc Yel- low Horn monopoly wilh 1C points, Randy Rclfle spnitod Ihc 1'lood (.ffonce uilh in poinls. ICvnns Day Chief managed II. not need extra help from the other two levels of government, although funds should be avail- able through existing legisla- tion. "We are out lo prove that 01- ympism is available to poor cities as well ns rich the mayor said. Mayor Drapeau made no mention of estimates lhal costs of the Munich Games run well over S703 million, but he and Lord Killanin both slressed lhat Ihe Games there were self-fi- nancing. Complete estimates for the Montreal Games have not yet been released but the mayor has said the" will cost about S120 million. He did not soecify if th's figure was for Ihe soarts installations or for the organ- ization or both. Monday Mayor Dra'-cnu con- Eratubted the mavor of not only becanse he was able In recure federal aid but also because "'he Games self financing." "And our ?im in 1976 Is lo mikp the Pqmes coninletelv Mr. Drapeau sair'. He said manv imnorlant busi- nessmen had Tilreadv lent Ihcir 'UDDort tn (he Games and he lhat Hie vplue" of Ihe Olvmnics take precedence over the finan- cial aspect. TIME FOR TRUTH 'For too many Olympics, money has been stressed too much." he said. "It is Lime to bring back the real truth of the Olympics." He said it is commendable if Munich has accounted for a good number of public benefits, including public housing and fransnortation, within the cost of the Games. His own original plans called for the same kind of move after the Montreal Games have ended and he has indicated that he can finance these proiects through provincial and federal urban renewal programs. Lord Killanin, in a speech, said money should nol be wasted in planning the Games, but noted "that frequently those cities lo whom the Games are able to develop more rapidly." "f am thinking In terms of metros subways, railways, housing, sporting facililics and many olher by-products of an Olympic Games. "I think perhaps with the fig- ures which are frequently men- tioned for the cost of Munich, a false picture is represented, because the civic benefits of the Games and the housing projects are often forgotten by those criticizing the cost of the Olympics." The IOC head, here on a four- day visit which ends today, said he had been impressed by the organizing committee's ef- forts to make maximum use of existing facilities "and at the same time erecting buildings and stadia which will not he white elephants and unused in the future." Later, speaking on the sticky topic of Olympics and amateur- ism, Lord Killanin said there was no way the Games will ever become open to both pro- fessionals and amateurs. "What Is important, is lhat Ihe individual amateur should not be forced, by national pride or political pressures, to have to sign any declaration which is countersigned by a national as- sociation, all three knowing they are hypocrites. "Ilyprocisy is alien lo Olym- pic ideals." He said the Olympics eligibil- ity code is being studied in relationship to its application at Sapporo, Japan, and Munich, in the winter and summer Games earlier this year. Further discussions will Lake place with the inter- national sports federations. ON THEIR WAY Team Canada baseball team members Bruce Gullelt of Alberla Barris Jamieson of Winnipeg and Hugh Mclvor of Saskatchewan admire learn jackets they'll wear during the 201h World Series of amateur baseball held Nov. 15 lo Dec. 5 in Nicaragua. Gullet! played wilh the telhbridge Cubs Iwo years ago when Ihey were Alberla senior champions. (CP Wirepholo) Brent Giles takes home the money VANCOUVER fCP) The Brent Giles rink ot North Van- couver lop money o[ in Ihe Evergreen Tour- nament of Champions Monday night with an 8-4 victory over Kevin Smale of Prince George, in the final at the Vancouver Curling Club. Giles, 13, missed a takeout on the eighth end to give Smale a 2-2 lie after eighl ends of the light-shooting match, but came hack and scored five in Ihc ninth end lo break Ihe game open. The foursome of third Max Gordon, second Craig Hampton and lead Brati Giles liad moved lo the final with r.n 8-6 win over former world champion skip Ron Norlhcoll. of Calgary in a match lhat fea- tured Giles1 second triple lake- out ot Ihe honspiel. Glen Pierce of the host c-lub skipped his rink to a Iliird- place finish with an 85 win j J over Norlhcolt. Picrcc's f some won J700 and Norlhcott's I 1 Winning S20D dollars each I' were Malt Baldwin of Edmon- ton, Glen Harper of Duncan. B.C., Fred Dune.in. ako of Duncan and I.yall Dapg of Van- couver and Kclo-ivna, -vim made t inlo the championship round "ml lost (heir first games in sudden-dcalh play. In the semi-final win over Sorlhcoll, Giles threw his triple takeout in (he tenth-end of the 12-cnd game. Previously lie had scored a triple lakcout in the final end lo beat Kcilh Dagg of Victoria when .12 rinks were battling to qualify for championship play. Smalc, a former B.C. cham- lion skip, had moved inlo the "inat with a 7-6 win over Pierce. ALBERTA JUNIOR W Red Deer 11 Drumhellcr e Calgary 6 The Pass 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl Division W L T Weil Division WORLD ASSOCIATION Clevrland 11. Er.jlsn, NFL AMERICAN I WHA LEADERS r.hcchan, NY Ward, NY HE B-irrJcleau, W Plcau, NE Carlclon, 0 WESTERN CANADA LEA Eastern Divlsio W L RrancJon 3 saskatoon 7 2 Swill Cunenl 6 4 Dm Flon 54 Winnipeg Kcciina McCARVER TRADED AGAIN MONTREAL fCP) Mon- .real Expos of baseball's Na- ional Iveaquc announced Mon- lay they have acquired Jorge Roquc, n 22-year-old ouUiclticr, "rom St. Louis Cardinals in a straight one for one player deal. In the deal, I ho Kxprw scnl veteran catcher Tim McCarver .0 the National League Cardi- nals. 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