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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundqy, November 3D, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 More deals among teams Kuhn hoping to avoid another spring strike HONOLULU (AP) Tom Bradley is a member of San Francisco Giants and Ken Hen- derson and Steve Stone are new additions to the Chicago While Sox roster after trading Wednesday at the winter base- ball meetings. "We now have the most pow- erful team in White Sox his- Chicago manager Chuck Tanner said after swinging a three-man trade, one of three in nine hours and the 10th swap in five days at the annual meet- ing. Henderson, a hard-hitting centre fielder and Stone, a young pitcher of promise, where acquired by the White Sox for Bradley, a pitcher of proven quality. Henderson, who hit IB home runs for the Giants in 1972, joins sluggers Dick Allen and Bill Melton to the loaded Chi- cago lineup. In an almost-simultaneous an- nouncement, St. Louis Cardinals secured reliever Wayne Gran- Russians politely say nyet MONTREAL (CP) The So- viet Sports Committee has de- clined an invitation for three of that country's top hockey play- ers to attend a sports dinner here next month. The selection committee for the sixth annual Sports Celeb- rity Dinner, scheduled here Dec. 15, had tendered In- vitations to goaltender Vladis- lav Tretiak, along with Valeri Kharlamov and Alexander to join Harry Sinden and Paul Henderson as head table guests. The invitation was sent through the Canadian embassy in Moscow last September. The Kussian trio played against Team Canada in the eight-game series in Canada and Moscow. Sinden was Team Canada's coach and left winger Henderson of Toronto Maple Leafs was the goal-scoring hero for Canada. "We are sorry to Inform you that Messrs. Tretiak, Kharla- mov and Yakushev will not be able to a letter from the Sports Committee said. "The three hockey players will be playing on the Soviet na- tional team In the Izvestia in- ternational tournament which gets under way In Moscow, Dec. 16." Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX..... Wt have the best stock and HOCKEY STICKS 9 Brands In ttock. Namei like: Vicloriaville C.C.M. Koho Canadian Wally Northland Westar Sherwood Hespelar OVER HOCKEY STICKS IN STOCK BERT MAC'S CYCLE ITD. 913 3rd S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Open Thuri. 1 Frl. TIM V p.m. "Serving South Albftrra for ovor 30 ynan." ger In a three-man trade with Minnesota Twins. The Twins landed outfielder Larry Hisle and pitcher John Cumberland. Earlier in the morning, the Cardinals obtained inlielder Ray Busse and Bobby Fenwick lor catcher Skip Julzke and in- fieldcr Milt Ramirez from the Houston Astros. Meanwhile, commissioner Bowie Kuhn look some play away from the fast-talking gen- eral managers by delivering a illlllillllBBiliilll [SULLY SAYS I 1 -By Pat Sullivan jj bit of everything Derek Sanderson, the most overpaid athlete in the world today, is getting it with both barrels from a couple of Philadelphia col- umnists after "The Turk" criticized Philadelphia fans for their attitude The columnists told Sanderson the Philadelphia fans reserve their boos for athletes who fail to produce Touchs Have you ever stopped to think what the tab for legal fees must be in the National Hockey League World Hockey Association battle over Bobby Hull? Milt Dunnell of the Toronto Star says the guy who takes the job as new head coach of the Toronto Argonaut! should get permission to dump Leon McQuay before he signs anything It could happen Dodger fan Reno Liizi threatened to take the gas pipe routa after learning of the Los Angeles Dodgers' trade that sent Frank Robinson, Billy Singer, Mike Slrahler, Bill Grabarkewitz and Bobby Valentine to California Angeli for Andy Messersmith and Ken McMullen Said Lizzi "Ihey gave away two pitchers for one, two in- fielders for one and gave Robinson away Al Campanis, player personnel director for the Dodgers should be made to swim home to Los Angeles from Honolulu after that deal." I found this hard to believe, but apparently there is more fact than fiction involved Jim Spavital, head coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, says he wouldn't mind hearing from Montreal or Toronto with regards to a head coaching job That little item should keep Blue Bomber officials awake nights for the next little while It looks as though George Chuvalo and his manager Irv Ungerman will have to wait for a crack at the Commonwealth heavyweight title held currently by Danny McAlinden of London. McAlinden, ordered to defend his title against Chuvalo or fellow Briton Joe Bugner before May 31, 1973, says he will be ready to meet Bugner anytime after Feb- ruary 12 No mention is made of a fight for Chu- valo It seems McAlinden has ambitions of a lucra- tive fight with Muhammad All at the end of May If the officials of the Ontario Minor Hockey Associa- tion are waiting for a thank you note from Team Canada, they may have a long wait It seems a midget team from Oshawa returned from Sweden Tuesday after winning six games and tying one in a seven game tour Lloyd Davidson, president of the association made it clear that "if Team Canada left a bad taste in Sweden's mouth, this team did a good job of correcting it" Who said you can't send a boy to do a man's job? I thought the basketball at the President's Invita- tional tournament this past weekend at the Community College was excellent The game between the host Kodiaki and Great Falls College was a brilliant bat- tle as was the final featuring Great Falls and Carroll College of Helena, Mont. The only thing I didn't agree with was the selection of all-stars My dis- agreement, however small, must be aired Dwight White was the only member of the four Canadian clubs to receive an all-star vote In all fairness to White, he was indeed all-star material, but then again so was Alec Dudas and Gary Williams For that matter, Blake Semcon of the Southern Alberta Insti- tute of Technology, would have gotten my vote He hooped 72 points for a ball club that barely made it to the consolation final I didn't get the name of all of the judges of the all stars and one that I missed gripes me because it was his attitude that led to this little piece A game bad just concluded between two of the lesser lights the two-day event and he asked one of the referees who looked good be- cause he didn't bother to watch that particular game As a result, four all star awards went to Ameri- can teams, three to Great Falls and one lo Carroll College as well as the most valuable player award lo Roger Carter of Carroll College H is quite obviousi that this one judge saw only the final game Like I said, it's a small matter but it was important to me. Narrow setback pitcli of his own at a press con- ference. Kuhn, remarking that he hoped to prevent another strike like last spring's, revealed a new basic contract proposal from the owners to the Major League Players Association. The package offered improve- ments in the reserve system, benefit plan, salaries and basic agreement contracts. Kuhn said there was "still considerable difference" be- tween the club owners and play- ers' representatives. "I would say that there is a considerable difference in the philosophies of the players and the clubs as I understand said Kuhn. "But I'm gratified by the efforts they've made so far and I feel both sides are prepared in the weeks ahead to proceed with negotia- tions and find a solution." At the same time. Kuhn cau- tioned: "A repetition of last spring's strike could have a devastating effect on baseball." EVERY SHOT WILL COUNT Lyle Davis of Lethbridge concentrates on his next shot as he prepares for 1he open- Ing draw of 1972 Grey Cup Rainbow bonspiel. Davis and seven other local rinks will batlle 24 out of town foursomes in the chase for the lions share of in prize money. See story page MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) Puerto Rico won its fourth game in a row beating Canada 7-6 in 10 innings in the world amateur baseball tournament Wednesday night. Puerto Rico is 11-5 and Can- ada 6-6. Both teams arc out o[ tire running for the first three places In the 16-leam contest. Behind 6-3 in the bottom of lire ninth, Canada sent across the tying runs with two singles, a double and an error. Dennis Lindslrand singled and John Elick wns safe on an error by first baseman Kvnrislo rtoldun on a hot grounded, Uieii Lindslrand Being lo third. Puerto Ulcan maunder Holwrln Clemcnlc called right-hander Slgredo Alices lo replace left- hander Luis Torres on the mound, nml Pat Angers filed out. John Osborne scored Lind- slrand with a long fly, and pinch-hitter Bruce Gullet fol- lowed with a single with Ellick going to lliird. With the tying runs on base, Hugh Mclvor sent Alicca lo the showers with n solid blast against the left field wall good for n double, baiting in Elick and Gullet. Jose Gonznles look over from Alicca and in- tcnlionnlly walked Arnold Jn- micsson. Tlrcn wilh jusl one pilch Gonznles made Norm Craig hit a soil grounder to short for Hie third out. In lira lOlh it was I-2-.1 for Gonznles, wilh Elick hilling into a double play. SNOWMOBILERS! HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO RIDE OUT WITH FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON tOP QUALITY REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT MOW AT YOUR NATIONAL FARM WAY STORE, YOU CAN .SAVE BIG f I HURRY-SHOP EARLY! QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED AND AT THESE PRICES THEY WON'T LAST LONG T1LLOTSON CARBURETORS All featuring crtemal fuel pump pulse connection. VENTURI Model HD13A. 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