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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 30, 1971 THE ItTHMIDGE HERALD t Wings play three in same number of nights Leafs hit tough part of schedule By THE CANADIAN PRESS Three League National Hockey games in as many nights don't worry coach John McLellan so much as they do defenceman Jim McKenny. It's the only three-games-in- three-nights marathon of the season for Toronto Maple Leafs and results from the Oct. 13 death of Gardens' president Stafford Smythe. Toronto and Detroit Red Wings were scheduled to open the Leafs' home season that night but the game was post- poned until Monday, Nov. 1, out of respect for I he Toronto exec- utive. The Toronto weekend starts tonight at home against Minne- sota North Stars and continues Sunday in New York with the ANDY CAPP ICAU'i-EblN ATVERJ 1MOTHERISJ'PET- BLIMEY. SHE MUST AVEoug 184 Arvll Slllllo 84 Pat Rodilnyak' 179 Darlene Smith 177 Barbara En- trjn 169 Donna Burrows 169 Deity Marshall 162 DOUGS MUSIC AND SPORTS Tom Prflll 227 Gordon Ko- iotr 203 John Kowal 20.1 llllB SIR0I 179 Vern 90 Chicago forms new pro team CHICAGO (AP) Formation of Chicago Cougars was an- nounced Friday, along with plans to build a stadium in time for the 1972 start of the proposed World Hockey Association, s, 12-team pro circuit. Last week the WHA disclosed here it would compete against the long-established National Hockey League without benefit of the reserve clause in player relations. John Syke, president of Chi- cago Hockey Inc., told a news conference that the WHA, which is to hold a formal organiza- tional meeting in New York Monday, aims for each member club to have five players wooed from the NHL on its 20-man ros- ter. "We don't envision raiding the NHL, but we know all NHL players are anxious for the for- mation of this new league." Oilier WHA franchises have been granted lo New York, Miami, SI. Paul, Ohio, Daylon and Columbus, Milwaukee, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cal- gary, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Syke said the Cougars are al- ready negotiating for a general manager, coach and players. More sport on page 10 TAG TEAM WINNERS Linesman Barry Wilson (left) and Joe Beblow break up o fight between Bob Craig of New Westminster Bruins and John Rogers of Edmonton Oil Kings during Western Canada Hockey League game at New Westminster. Fred Comris of the Bruins (left) holds Lcs Jackson of the Kings during a second-period brawl. The Bruins won it 7-6 in overtime. Chuvalo after a new crown? LONDON1 (CP) After a sudden shake-up of heavy- weight boxing titles here, Ca- nadian champion Georges Chuvalo may be in line for the Commonwealth prize before the end of the year. The British, European and Commonwealth titles have changed hands since ex-cham- pion Henry Cooper lost them on points to giant prodigy Joe Bugner six months ago. Box- ing experts described it as "the most controversial of de- cisions." Now Bugner has been top- pled frcnr his short-lived reign by Jack Bodell, carthorse of the British heavyweight ring, and, ironically, twice runner- up to veteran Cooper. Bodell has called on Chu- valo to challenge his Com- monwealth title. And the fight may take place in London about Christmas time. With Cooper retired, Bodell, 31, wants to show he's boss. After Chuvalo, he wants to take on Spanish champion Jose Urtain to clear up the other main contender for his European title. After his 15-round win on points over Bugner, stocky Bodell alto has been named No. 8 contender for Joe Fra- zier's world title in front of Chuvalo and American Ernie Terrell. Bodell's ring policy is to employ brute force. A crude fighter without the polish of Cooper or ex-world champion Cassius Clay, he tries to wear his opponent, down with wheel- ing swings and heavy drives to the body. JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF eny Chevrolet Oldsmobile pleased to announce thai on Dick hos joined their 'off. Ron was born in Winnipeg, nH raised and educated in obor. He is o groduale in bujii- ess administration from the cthbridgo Junior College. Ho Iso completed four quarters at 10 University of Montana. Ron i singe is well nown in Taber and area ond olcomcs his many friends and cquaintnncns to seo him at flny's for their evoty motoring Bugner. 10 years Bodell's junior, 14 pounds heavier and three inches taller, "was made to look as though he belonged in the pugilistic kin- wrote one fight commentator after B odell 's recent victory. Bodell has been in the box- ing business for nine years and as a professional has won 58 of his 68" fights. "He's probably the most un- derrated fighter in British says manager Georges Biddies. "The Bug- ner fight was easy for him and we knew we could win right from the start." skidoo'72 HERE NOW! Everything you want m snowmobiles The other guys are talking about snowmobiles. We're selling ours the best Ski-Doo '72. We've got at! our you get the exact snowmobile you want RIGHT NOWI The lightweight, full size Elan lively Olympique Luxury, feature filled Nordic Gutsy, trail-busting T'NT. More choice in 7 series with 27 models. Get The One You Want. Complete Parts and Service Largest Line of Accessories in 5. Alberta. BERT 6, MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thurt. S Fri. Til 9 p.m. "Serving Soulh Alberta for over 30 yeori." 1 SPORTS FANS! I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 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