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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LETHKIDGE HERALD Thuridoy, November 30, 197J---------------------------- Expansion at the top of Friday CFL talks? HAMILTON (CP) The spectre of expansion lo the United Slates is expected to loom larger than ever over the Canadian Football League when executive members meet Fri- day. "Expansion will be nt the top, cither the first item of business or very close to it." CFL com- missioner Jake Gaudanr said Wednesday. Gaudaur said lie was not sur- prised to learn that executives of Ute four Eastern Football conference dubs had met in Toronto Saturday to discuss ex- pansion and possible with- drawal from the CFL if moves toward expansion are not ap- proved. The expansion issue appeared to have died down last week after John Bassett, Toronto Ar- gonauts owner, said he intended to withdraw a notice of motion lo the CFL executive committee recommending expansion to the U.S. Eassett said he would with- draw Hie motion after he had met with then federal health minister John Munro who had said earlier he would look into what guarantees the govern- ment might make lo insure sur- vival of the CFL without ex- pansion to the U.S. MET MUNRO TOO Gaudanr also met last week with Munro for talks on the im- plications of expansion. Bassett said last week that In his meeting with Munro, he at- tempted to show the minister that the wealthier clubs, such as the Argos, could not go on subsidizing the remainder of the league. Gaudaur was asked Wednes- day if he has received official notice from Bassett that he in- tends to withdraw the expansion motion. "No, 1 have not heard a said Gaudaur. "In fact Mr. Bassett did not file official notice that he would withdraw his notice of motion. He simply told me that he would withdraw It when (he meeting convened." "I was not surprised to hear that the Eastern Conference ex- ecutives had met. That is their prerogative. They do not have to notify the league office. "It was a most natural follow- up lo the meeting Mr. Basselt and I had with Mr. Munro. I believe Mr. Loeb (Ottawa Hough Riders owner David Loeb) publicly expressed a de- sire to consult with Mr. Bassett as soon as posible, that he was anxious to have a first-hand re- port of the Ottawa discussions." Gaudaur said he anticipated a "very interesting meeting" Fri- day. "I'm looking forward to inter- esting discussions. The pros and cons of expansion should not be discussed purely on nation- alistic grounds. There are many areas of discussion the eco- nomical, the import-non-Import situation, what the effect would be on the National Football League. 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Wednesday night, the Wings narrowly escaped having their record matched against them as Chicago Black Hawks went on a seven-goal scoring splurge in the third period at Chicago to defeat the Wings fl-3. In other games Wednesday, Minnesota North Stars blanked Atlanta Flames 5-0, Pittsburgh Penguins downed Toronto Maple Leafs 7-4, Montreal Ca- nadiens tied Boston Bruins 3-3, St. Louis Blues edged California Golden Seals 2-1 and New York Rangers tied Los Angeles Kings 2-2. Pit Martin scored three goals, two of them in the third-period outburst, lo lead the Hawks. Dennis Hull, Slan Mikita, Dan Maloney, Jim Pappin and Cliff Koroll got the other goals as the Hawks collected a total 20 scoring points in the third pe- riod. Bob Cook's goal for the Wings put the third-period points total MINNESOTA I ATLANTA I Flnt Period 7. Minnesota, Drouln S (Parlse, O'Brien) Penalties Richard Romanchych McCreary Second Period 2. Minnesota, Pren- tice 6 (Glbbs, Nanni) Penalties Hlcke. Burns Golds- worthy, Richard Manery Mohns, MacMillan Third Period 3. Minnesota, Golds- worlhy 10 (Parlse, Drouint t. Minnesota, Drouln 6 (Parise, Harris) 5. Minnesota, O'Brien 2 (Prei tlce) Penally Plcard, Hex- tall shols on goal by Atlanta Minnesota 9 6 LOS ANGELES 1 RANGED! J Flir? Period No scoring. Penal- lies Slemkowskl Rolta Tkaczuk Kozak MaroHe Second Period 1. Rangers, Ra- telle 11 (Gilbert, Rousseau) 2. Los Angeles, Barry 14 (Marolle. Ber- nler) 3. Los Anqeles, Koiak 6 (Venasky) Penalties Neilson Marolle Ralelle Tkac- zuk Third Perltd 4. Rangers, Fair- bairn 10 (Selling) Penalties Irvine Long Shols on gnal hy Ranger! 7 11 Lot Angclti 8 II BOSTON 1 MONTREAL J First Period 1. Montreal. P. Ma- hovllch 6 (Larieur, savard) Pen- alties Awrey Murdoch Vadnai! Second Period 2. Boston, Awrey 2 (Esposito) 3. Boslon, SlanfiHd 8 (Vadnals, Marcotte) Penally Lapernere Third Period 4. Monlreal, Le- maire ?0 (Lelley, Murdoch) 5. Boston, Esposilo 15 (Marcolle, O'Reil- ly 6. Monlreal, LaNeur 5 (Tar- tlifi Penalties Hodge, F. Ma- hovllch Vadnall Shots on goal by Boslon........... 7 13 Monlreal 10 1 PITTSBURGH 7, TORONTO First Period I. Pittsburgh, Shack 7 CAops) 2. Pittsburgh, Aoos 10 'Watson, MacDonald) 3. Toron- to. Sillier 9 (Kehoo) Penalties -Pelyk A-3.1, Jarry, Polls Watson Second Period rt. Toronto, Fcrgu -m 3 (McKenny, ullman) 5. Pittsburgh, Pronovosl 6 (Hexlall. Pol- >s> 6. Pltlsburgh, Rupp 3 (Anns, McDonough) 7. Pittsburgh, Toronlo, Slitter 10 'peiykl Penally Heylall Third Period 9. Pilhhurcih, Shark 'MacDonalrl, McDonough' 10. Pittsburgh, EdeOrand 3 Mflr- 11. Toronlo, Ullman (Jarry) Pelyk 3 7A, Glrnnln Shols on goal by Toronto 20 12 Plllsburgh........ 9 13 CHICAGO 8 DETROIT 3 First Period 1, Detroll, EccleOono (G. Brrgman, Dionne) Penal- MRS Doak, Kcrah. Angotll Starkhouse Siconrl Period 7. Chicago, Martin IRimel, Pnppinl 3. Delroil, Collins 6 (Dionne, Llhnell) Ppn- 1'-. Johnston Dnak '.K Third Period 4. Martin (Hull. Pflpplnl S. [ViroM, Cpr.k 3 IKarlr.ndcr) 6. Chicano, 11 (Pappin, Marllni J. Chi- cago. Mlklla 10 (Makl, Esposlto) 8. Chlcaqo, Mnlonoy 5 (Angolll, Jar- rett) 9. Chicago, Pappin fl (Mar- lln) 10. Chicago, Koroll II (Mlklla, While) II. Chlrann, "mrlln 11 (Hull, Marks) Prnfll- RiiMrll MmiT. Shot! on goal hy: I Delrolt........ R Chicago 3 12 I For both clubs at 22, just four short of the record set by New York Rangers and New York Americans In a 1939 game. The Hawks and Red Wings matched the 26 points-a-period record in a March 30, 1969, game when the Hawks had six goals and the Wings three in the second period of a 9-5 Chi- cago victory. The Hed Whip' record of eight goals in one period was set in a 1948 match against the Rangers, and has since been matched by Boston Bruins and the Rangers. Denis DeJordy was the luck- less Detroit goalie Wednesday night, giving up the eight Hawk goals on 27 shots. The Wings tested Chicago goalie Tony Es- posilo with 20 shots. MONTREAL (CP) The Na- tional Hockey League's board of governors will meet in Chicago next Monday and Tuesday and "ne of the topics for discussion te the status of its two newest partners. League president Clarence Campbell said Wednesday that the board "undoubledly mil re- view" progress made by groups from Kansas Cily, Kan., and Washington. At the NHL annual meeting here last June, conditional fran- chises were awarded to the two cities, with both scheduled to join Ihe league for the 1974-75 season. Ed Tfiompson, a real estate developer, heads the Kansas City group, while Abe Pollin. a contractor and owner of Balti- more Bullets of the National Basketball Association, repre- sents the U.S. capital. QUALIFY DEC. 15 Campbell said both groups j have until Dec. 15 to qualify by completing all conditions of the conditional franchises they were awarded here. Each group is expected to de- posit bonds by that date and lo submit plans for financ- ing their arenas. Thompson ran into difficulty earlier this month after an arena proposal for the Kansas City area was rejected by vot- ers in Johnson County, where patrons of motels and restau- rants have been tiled. Since then Thompson has sub- mitted proposals for arenas in two other areas. In relation to the addition of Kansas City and Washington, Campbell said it is likely that preliminary discussion will take place on realignment of divi- sions for 1974 when the two ad- ditional teams will give the NHL a total of 18 teams. He said the board will In- vestigate the possibility of three six-team divisions or could check the feasibility of four di- visions, with five teams in two sectors and four in two other di- visions. The NHL president said the governors will review the league's over-all position in liti- gation concerning Ihe new World Hockey Association and several other matters. :'I don't know if there will be anything new to deal with in re- gard to a Russia-NHL series, it all depends on what the mail brings in the Campbell said. There had been reports that the Soviet national learn would play a series against NHL clubs this season, but apparently the visit has been postponed until next year. Celtics rally for easy win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The first-place Boston Celtics played one while the last-place Phila- delphia 76ers played an entire game. "We played very sloppy in the first said Boston Series openers are postponed SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) The first three games of a pro- posed exhibition series between a World Hockey Association all- star team and the world cham- pion Czechoslovaklan national team have been postponed, WHA President Gary L. David- son said Wednesday. Davidson said the post- ponement to May from January was necesary because the Czech team has not yet been sanctioned by the United States and Canadian amateur hockey associations. coach Tom Heinsohn after Wednesday night's National Basketball Association game against Seattle Super-Sonics. "We can't afford to play like that." But they could afford to play like thai, moving from a 49-45 halftime lead to a 120-93 victory that boosted their Atlantic Divi- sion-leading record to 1B-3. John Havlicek led Boston with 22 points while Spencer Haywood scored 29 for Seattle. "We just did everything said Philadelphia coach Ray Rubin after the 76ers were routed 139-91 by New York Knicks for their 20th defeat in 22 games. The Knicks won for the 20th time In 24 starts and lead Boston hy a half game but trail the Celtics by percentage points. 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