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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Hull innal ivail for decision Decision post ThurtJay, Oclober 12, 1972 1HE IEIHBSIDOE HERALD 13 NEW YORK CAP) Hockey star Bobby Hull said Wednes- day night that a federal judge in Philadelphia lias postponed liis decision on Ihc National Hockey League suit against !iim for jumping to the World Hockey Association. Hull, who played for the NIIL's Chicago Black Hawks, recently signed a contract wilh Winnipeg Jets of Ihc WHA. lie said that Judge A. Leon Eigginbolhmn has reserved judgment until Ocl. 24 to give Hie matter further study. The NHL is seeking to prevent Hull from playing wilh the new hockey league. "It seems Io me to be a little bit unfair to make me an ex- ample when Gerry Checvcrs, Derek Sanderson and Ihosc fel- lows can play. I'm very dis- appointed, but I would hate to go against a ruling of a Hull told a news conference, "It's a big decision and I'm glad lie is going fo investigate all the angles of it." Hull pointed to the decision Wednesday by Judge Earl Lar- sen in Minneapolis which de- nied a preliminary injunction in the Ted Hampson case on grounds that tbe NHL reserve clause is a perpetual clause and binds a player to the con- tract. Boast bigges arena t ooned Manchester loses out LONDON (CP) Manches- ter United lost 2-1 to Hie thircl- Division Bristol Rovers Wednesday night fo follow their neighbors, Manchester City, out of English Football League Cup play. City vrere eliminated eight days ago by Bury, of the Fourth Division. Leeds United put on a displa> of power to defeat Aston Villa 2- 0. The ball bounced in off Villa defender Chris Nicholl into his own goal in the 32nd minute and four minutes later Mick Jones headed in the second goal. Tottenham Hotspur labored painfully to break down a well- organized defence by Second- Division Middlesbrough in a replay which went to extra time without a score being reg- istered. Middlesbrough pooled out little in attack, but kept a stranglehold on the Tottenham strikers. Rangers and Celtic, the big hvo of Scottish football, both failed to win in the Scottish League Cup quarterfinal first- leg matches. VANCOUVER (CP) Wluil is claimed to be the world's largest indoor ice arena is being built in suburban Burn- aby, and a spokesman says the prime-time ice hours are al- ready almost fully-booked. Al Harris, sales supervisor for the development, said that although the project has nol oeen advertised', word has leaked out and bookings for a.m. to midnight for the acres of ice are almost solid. The million private devel opment is owned by Columbia 4-Rinks Ltd., a group of loca businessmen. The project will house foil standard NHL-sized ice sur by 85 single roof and 16 changinj rooms and related facilities. 1 will be open 24 hours a day fo most of the year. Gail L. Stevenson, presiden of Columbia 4-Rinks, says th idea evolved because of th shortage of ice facilities fo hundreds of groups, ir.cludin minor hockey clubs. In response to strong interest shown by area schools, Colum- bia 4-Rinks plans a bus system for physical education classes. Power skating, training camps, hockey schools, public skating, figure skating, skating parties and general hockey will also he accommodated. A market survey by the com- pany estimates that over one million people will pass through the doors of the new arena ev- ery year. The building will be sup- ported on pilings because of soil conditions in the area. Tt will have special heating cables two feet below the ice surface to prevent heaving from frost llampson was sued by the NHL's New York Islanders, which had drafted him from Minnesota North Stars. He wanted to remain In Minnesota jnd jumped to the WHA's Min- nesota Fighting Saints. Judge Larsen ruled that ilampson's contract with the NHL is in direct violation of Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Anti-trust Act. ruling lias Ijeen forwarded to Judge llipginhottom in Philadelphia, said Hull. With Winnipeg Jets and New Vork Raiders opening their 'HA season tonight, Hull said did not know if coaching as affected by this decision, e said lie would have to check 'ith his lawyers. The previous udicial order allowed him to ractice and coach. He said he would not do any- ling to prejudice lite case ei- her by playing in Canada 01 caching against an order. Donald Regan, WHA leg a is scheduled to be in New York tonight to consul vith Hull on his legal problems ANDY CAPr D'VERDO IN THESE TARTS FOR; EXCITEMENT? Tvuniinaies'' remarks riled hint. Harrison had a gun (WHAT i A ROUND 'ERE FOR DENVER (AP) Wide re- ceiver Dwight Harrison, in- volved in a locker room, alter- cation with a team-mate Tues- day, met with Denver Bronco coach John Ralston Wednesday, but his future with the National Football League club remained uncertain, Ralston dropped Harrison, Denver's No. 2 draft choice in 1971, from the active squad after Tuesday's incident with defensive end Lyle Alzado in Ibe Denver dressing room. Team of f ici als decli ned to discuss details of the alterca- tion, but it is reported to have begun when Alzado either kid- ded or taunted- Harrison for not having caught any passes i n regular-season play. Heated words- apparently were exchanged and Harrison was reported Io have thrown a metal folding chair at Alzadi as be turned and walked away. Team-mates intervened, bu the Denver Post said Weckies day that Harrison returnei later for a team meeting with handgun inside his jacket. "Ralston was summoned ani spent a half hour talking t Harrison outside I he meetin; The Post said. "Then walked back with him one lock to Ralston's office where they talked another 45 minutes. Harrison Voluntarily turned over the gun to Halston." Prince Igor has no taste. Piincc Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker oft or color or scent Aprinceofavodks. Have the Prince over tonight. ummaries CHICAGO 4 ATLANTA ties Paradise Malonay Alaggs Second Period 1. Chicago, White 1 (r'Aiklta, Martin) Chicago, 1 IKorolh iViorrison Gratton 4.16, Maloney Price Third Period 3, Atlanta, Manery 1 fLeiler, 4. Chicago, Mikita 2 fKcfdb, AAagnuscd) 5. Chicago. Koroll 4 fMlfcila, Russell) Penaltres Ouinn minor, major Atlanta II 8 Chicago 8 E MINNESOTA 5 CALIFORNIA 3 First Pericd No scorfrvg. Penal- Graves Second Period 1, California, tJ. Johnson) 2. Miir n-sola, 1 (Parhp) 3 Cali. fomfa. Graves 1 (Baldirev) Pen allies iV.ohns J. Johnslcn 9: H, Gibbs Third Period 4, Minnesota, Gold- svjorlhy 1 5. Minnesota, Gold- 2 (Parise. Worms) 6 A'.innesola. Gibbs 2 fParise, Hextall) 8. Minncsola, Parisa 1 (Golds, worthy, Hextalf) Penalties .'ilewart Druin Redrr Reid Goltisworlliy Shots on goal by California 6 7 Minnesota 8 U FOR YOUR ADDED HOPPING CONVENIENCE 7-ELEVEN FOOD STORE North Store Only 541 13th St. N. Now Open Every Day Our Other Two 7-ELEVEN FOOD STORES 49] Mayor Drive 2004 Mayor Mngrath Drivo Will be open Hie recjufar hours of 7 a.m. 11 p.m. EVERYDAY IETO1T 4 BOSTON 3 First Period 1. Boston, iYiartoHe fButyk, Stanfjeld) 2. Detroit icrenson (Charron, Fontaine' Marcolle Vadnais Second Period 3. Boston, Smilh (Bucyk, Ravllch) Penalties (othefort, Lofeunesse minors majors :4i, minor, major ohnstcne ninor. major, misconduct :43, Bailey Cfiarron Es- jcsito major, misconduct Third Period 4. Detroit, Charron (Fontaine, T. Bergman) i. Detroit, Char r on 3 (Fontaine, Beren- 6. Detroit, Collins l [Dion- '.ol 7. Boston, Hodqe 1 (iViar- olte) Penallies T- Bergman BUFFALO 7 LOS ANGELES 5 Firs! Period l. BufFafo Perreaull 'Lorenlj, Roberll 2. Buffalo, Ikinscn 1 (Wyroiub. i) Los Angeles. Berry 1 {Wfding, Ber- nierl A. Buffalo, Martin 1 [Per- reault) Penallies Marotte Lemieux Tfirbenche inrfin Lesuk Wyroiub Period 5, t.os Afigelos, Berry 2 Marolle) 4. Los Angeles, Volmar 1 7. Buf- falo, Mickey 1 (Luce. Ramsay) Penalties Lemieux Third Period 8. Buffalo, Martin 2 (Robert, PerreaulU 9. Buffalo, Robert 1 (Perreaull) I. Buf'afo, Hillman I [Duclley, luce) Pen- alties Ramsay Shots on goal 6y Los Angeles....... 11 13 Buffalo........... 11 M TORONTO 3, MONTREAL 7 First Peritxt Toronlo, Keon r fJarry, Me Kenny) 2 Cournoyer 1 fLapoinle) Pcnat- lies Tardif Lafleur Sccofid Period 3. Toronto, UH- man 1 [McKcnny, Henderson) Giennie Third Period 4, Montreal, 3 'F, Mahovlich, P. Machovlith) Penallies P. Mahovlich Kehoa Shols on goal by Montreal........ t 10 Toronto 11 12 GOHI Dryden, Montreal, Plinle Toronto. YORK S VANCOUVER 3 f: irsl Per iod I, N V Rangers, Rafelle 1 (Gilbert, Viadlield) 3, Vancouver, Tannahiil 1 f O'Flahsrty Gucvremont) 9.-J4; 3. NY Rangers, Gil- 2 [Rousseau, Hadfield) Penalties Kurlenbach Second Period 4. NY Rangers, Park 3 {Stcmkowskij Viekers) S, Vancouver, 1 (Kurlcnbach, Guevrernont> f. NY Rangers, I Fairha.rn 1 fTkaczuk, Parfe) PrnalfiCB Park Third Period 7. NY Rangers, Gil- bert 3 [Selling, Ralolfc) 8. Van- couver, LafonJe 2 (Talfon Lemieux) Penalties Salfier Shots on goal by Vancouver n New York 13 9 ltJ-3! PITTSBURGH J, ST. LOUIS 2 First Pittsburgh, 1 (Lynch, Schock) Pittsburgh, Hcxlall 1 (Shock Lynch) 3. Pitts- burgh, McDonough 1 (Hextall, Palis) Penalties Robert Dur- bant> Hcxlall Shock St, iVi.irscille Edestrand B. Lynch R. Plag- rr, Rupp Penalties Unqcr Murphy Third Period 6. Piltsburgh, Me- Dorvounh 3