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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 TH1 LETHBRIDGI HERALD Thunday, Octobnr J, 1975 Tennis league is under way NEW YORK (An "While Is out and love is ;i forbidden 11 group of Pittsburgh executives said Wednesday in announcing the formation of H National Tennis league pal- tenKxl after the hit: pro circuits in bast-tail, football, hockey ami basketball. Staplcton ma retire CHICAGO 'API Defen- ceman Pal Stapleton Chicago Black Hawks may luive played his last hockey in the recent Team Canada-Soviet st-ries. Staplcton. told Hawk joach Billy Rciiy Tuesday night lie would decide within the next few days whether he intends to retire anil concentrate on his operation of two suburban ice g rinks, Staplcton. member of tlie Black Hawks since 1965-66. is winding up the final season of a three year contract but money is not the issue "We are shooting to mukc this a major league- Charles owner of Century Features, I IK-., a na- tional news service, told a news conference. We to druw upoa tlie fantastic growth and escalating of this Heichbhmi is president of the new league, with headquarters in Pittsburgh. Hill Suit on. a Pittsburgh lawyer, is secretary atid John lUllman HI, a Pitts- burgh industrialist, is treas- urer. CANADA IN" CIRCUIT? Reichblum said he was unable to release any specifics the new circuit hut stated that there were 31 cities under consideration for franchises, including Toronto and Montreal and four cities on the verge of coming into the league -Pitts- burgh, Miami, Houston and Los Angeles. arc incorporated in Wil- mington, Del., for he said. "A franchise will not cost millions, as in baseball and football. Tlie price is "The overhead will be quite modest. It is our hope to use SPEAKING OF TIRING PRACTICE-Some training aids, originally designed for racing cars, are just about more than pee wee league squad working out in Akron, Ohio, can handle. The boys begin football training as early as when they turn seven years of age. Nixon backs bill against blackouts Sold-out games should be 011 TV WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- ident Nixon, a football fan, has icatetl lie backs a bill to al- low local lelccasling of sports events that arc sold out, Sen. John 0. Pastore (D-IU.) said Wednesday. "I'll tell you scrums this has Pastore said. "The president of tlic United Stales endorsed (his bill yester- day- This h as beco me a na- tional crisis." Pastore is chairman of the commerce communications subcommittee, which is holding hearings on two bills to allow home telecasts of soM-out games. He is also co-author of one of tlic measures, "Yon have more fans outside the stands than in he told Pete Rozelle, National Football league commissioner, and two NFL team owners. You fellows are say ing, 'We're not going to give you even a crumb.' That's "not right.1' Rozclle testified that local telecasts of NFL games would adversely affect ticket sales and "can have a dramatic im- Pat was very serious in our I tne big city indoor arenas, vhich largely are dark during discussion, sain Rcav. "He feels tic is serving two masters with his ice rinks and his Black Hawk duties. He wants a few days to decide whether he can do both and which would be best for Ms family." Stapeton is married and has five children. Islanders gel Brown, Gray UNIONDALE, N.Y. (API .New York Islanders acquired veteran defenceman Arnie Brown and goalie Gerry Gray from Detroit Red Wings in ex- '.change for goalie Denis .De- jordy Wednesday. Bit! Torrey, general manager of the Islanders' National Hockey League expansion club, said the trade was necessitated by the injury to defenceman Gerry Hart, who recently suf- fered a fractured knee. he summer, and outside facil- ties as icable.1' available and prac- Cashman acting up Not many changes V d? Reichblum said the purpose s to promote team competition among major cities utilizing top ennis talent and principal are- nas. Plans are to start play May 4, 1973, continuing through August. In addition io bringing a new dimension to a sport that has seen largey individual in na- Lure. the Pittsburgh news exec- utive said plans are to give the game a more modem look. "We will stress colorful balls and Reichblum added. "The traditional white not only will be discouraged, it will be banned. "We also aim to get away from the Victorian scoring which has been a major By THE CANADIAN PRESS One tiling National Hockey League owners discovered dur- ing Team Canada's European jaunt was how much they missed their players. One thing Wayne Casbman apparently didn't learn on that same international hockey ex- travaganza was how much his team could miss him. The robust Boston Bruin winger discovered Wednesday night his misadventures could be just as costly within the friendiy NHL confines as they are elsewhere. He was sitting out a minor sentence when Walt Tkaczuk scored the tying goal for New York Rangers in a 3-3 pre-sca- drawback to the game's popu-! son game at Boston. larity. "We will play 21-point games, as in ping pong. There will be no deuces and ads. Love is out and excitement is In other NHL exhibition ac- tion, three members of the now defunct Team Savard, Pete MahovHch Yvan and for Montreal Canadiens in a win over Toronto Maple Leafs, Pittsburgh Penguins jolted Chi- cago Black Hawks 4-2, Los An- geles Kings routed Vancouver Canucks 4-1 and Minnesota North Stars took St. Louis Blues 4-1. In games with minor pro teams, Atlanta Flames edged Hershey Bears of the American League 4-3 and California Golden Seals lost 5-3 to Salt Lake Goklen Eagles of the Western League. BROOKS BEATEN Tkaczuk scored the equalizer with just under five minutes re- maining in the game with 35- foot blast from the top of the faceoff circle to Boston goalie Ross Brooks' left. Jean Ratelle and Brad Park, both Team Canada team-mates of Cashman's, scored the other New York goals. WILL SOW80DY PIMSF THc fiAY THIS1 tOUSY 'OiF sold .said, since the Chiefs normally hold a small amount of tickets Io go on snlc tire day of game. "fn most NFL cities, Hcketa for NFL games are available to the public up to the time of kickoff. "Tlie Super Bowl champion Dallas Cowboys alone still have for their remaining six homo games. New Orleans Sainls, with a million sitperdome under con- struction, have left for just five games at their present location. "Cleveland has nearly tickets remaining unsold for game with Houston on Nov. 5. The trouble, f think lies in the fact that many of you sena- tors gather your impressions of NFL ticket sale circumstances from the abnormal rather than the typical franchise as in Washington, for example, where the situation resembles no other situation within lha league." Rozclle said who buy tickets but failed to use hurt a team be- cause of the loss of revenue de- rived from parking and con- ;T v! cessions. "New York Giants average no-shows per he who purchased tickets tailed to attend a game with Phila- 1 del phi a Eagles." GRANT KRISTJANSON General Service Manager FALL SERVICE SPECIAL! 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