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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ..Friday, 1, 1772 THE tETHBRIDGE HFP.AID Canadian coach concerned Harry Sinden becoming edgy on eve of opening encounter TORONTO (CP) As the Canada Russia exhibition hockey scries draws closer, Team Canada coach Harry Sinden becomes increasingly edgy about the first encoun- ter in Montreal Saturday night. He openly admitted he was becoming edgy following a practice session Wednesday and his concern for the im- portance of the first game came through later In a taped interview. After the first game Satur- day, Sinden aixl his squad of National Hockey League stars return here (or the sec- ond game of the series Mon- day night with the third and fourth games in Winnipeg and Vancouver, .Sept. G and 8. The final four games are scheduled for Moscow Sept. 22, 24, 26 and 28, two games in Sweden earlier in Septem- ber ami one in Czech- oslovakia after Moscow, but when he talked about his team and their prospects for the series, Sinden made it clear the first game was his prime concern now. Here's how that interview went: Russian coach unhappy Soviet team practise MONTREAL (CP) Canada started Canadians have the y ing a Russian hockey practice Is like watching any Aug. 13 and who knows len the Russians started. to win all eight games, si f they come up flat though, the d hockey are dedicated, could beat them. They j] The players take part in and totally committed going to be that far be- t rushes, one-on-one Conacher said, t three-on-one situations lhat he didn't think h e Russians will almost y, other things that you normally would see any North team had the same nd of win one at home. But p 'd say if the Russians wanted ir team Russians have a win one game, it would a The Russians practised way-ot in Qanada." tl Thursday at the suburban Laurent arena and looked u team that liad just arrived after a long which of course they had. But Russian coach tourney stands marvelled at the condition of the Soviet players, especially after their wind for "They didn't even raise commented Gary Lethbridge Miner's playing field s will be t dcora of Hockey Canada and Club will host their ample time for former National Hockey Whoop-Up Rugby game. uer with Toronto Maple on the long the Civic Centre Satur- and Detroit Red Wings. second division Missoula will meet the are very well-conditioned, will join the Miner's Stags in the tourney ably the best in the COACH NOT HAl'5'Y But Russ'an coach Vscvolot Bobrov said that the two-day tourney which gets ndcr way Saturday afternoon and concludes Sunday. Five teams from at 12: 30 Lethbridge takes on the Calgary Hornets at and the Edmonton Golden Bears face the Calgary Saints were near the start of their season and "the shape of the players is not up to mark." He also complained after the morning practice that the Ice entered the event while nother two teams from Edmonton will make the trip outh. Red Deer, Medicine Hat 3 p.m. Red Deer tangles with the Calgary Rams at and the Edmonton Tigers challenge the Calgary Irish at p.m. Both these games will be staged at St. Laurent arena was a Montana will Wilson Jr. High School damp and that it slowed many of the team "The rink is also a bit In Russia, there Is more spac behind the goals." And Bobrov was not brim ming over with atiout Iiis team's chances winning the eight-game (CP) Victoria "In 1954 when we met resuMs 500, claiming, 4 year olds and up. ada for the first time in Treasurer (Levine) 9.50 J.SO holm, the series was hard clalnlng, 2 year olds, 7 Lonely Street (Inda) 3.BO Super QullL (Wiseman) 4.30. the Russians. We were 1-.S4 4-5. amateurs then. Now we ar playing professionals Slock 17.10 J.-tO J.Mr SUrlans Diary {MCCauley) 2.SO, Fabienne (Barrohy) Splendor, Sktppcr Tan, Silk Buttons, Slwie, Jeans Goldie also ran. EXACTOR: Mi.SQ. think it will be more 1-5, RCna, End Blues, Shady Brian Conacher, a Sheba, 1 If can a also claiming, 4 year ofds and up, member of the Canadian furlongs. tional team and Detroit and ctafmlng, 3 year olds, T Flitter (Ryerofll U.70 4.90 Miss Theresa E (Combs) 4.40 ronto of the NHL, says that Homecoming Day (Inda) 3.80. Russians will have an edge conditioning at first, but Thinking (Phe'an) 550 3.10, Can-alia Roc Key (Berroby) 3-5. Aagel County, Cvrragh Rylhmfi, Shoolalonff, Winning Skip, Coal Dust will be neutralized by the Color Me Amber, Sisler Qull, ran. Speed, Johnny, El Caba edcfed, year olds, 7 furlongi. DOUBLE: 171 (Sarchei) 8.30 i.M 3.M, Fagle Star [N orris) 11.80 6.73, Grandin Detroit claiming, olds and (lnda> 3.70. Time: Gallcn O Gold, VEcklei Champ, Bal- Special (McCauley) 21.30 7.1 Prince, Irish Knave, Barnacle Swedish Obllgarion {Combs) S.30 3.10 Hungrvhawk {Sanchez) Wina Potnf, Playboy John also EIGHTH DETROIT (AP) The 1 3-5 Mae So t, Q ul 1 1 a M on. Res claiming, 4 year olds and up. troit Red Wings of the Northern Nesn (Lcvfne) 10.00 J.SO 3.50, Hockey League picked up Thief (Hamill) 5.10 3.10, Ssn-dras Magic (Ncrrlsl 3.90. first European player 2-5, they signed Thorn mi claiming, 3 year olds, Again Finncgin,, E Hale on, CharHs O, Pine Pas; also ran. 2-1, of the Swedish Boy teams took part s' in the two-day affair, but this season the ratriei have been in cut down to eight. ie Four teams will officially a the tournament, since id two ball diamonds will be used at throughout the two days. a The defending champion, ue Lethbridge Lakeside All-Stars id meet in one contest while the Lelhbridgo Norcrest ;urday and Pincher Creek tangle !n the other. Both games are set to go at 10 a.m. Satarday at Uie Dave Elton park. Kalispell faces Moose Jaw at 12 noon while Calgary and Medicine Hat also square-off at the same time. Action wil1 resume CASH PRIZES TROPHIES Gales Open 12 Noon Time Trials 1 p.m. Races p.m. north VA miEu west of Igloo Drive-In, Fort Moc-leod: Watch for From Calgary lurn east a! Granum turn off Watch for GMC TANDEM 1965 IHC TANDEM Cob and chai5it. engins. Cob and chossis. V8 engine. 5 and 4 tronJ air. i Ncw DODGE D200 CREW CAB 1966 IHC PANEL V8, 4 speed. 4 door, white. Hoi top over box. Blue. 6 cyl., R. DODGE CORONET 1970 DODGE POIARA 4 DR. V8, ltd., 8 pan. V8. R. OH. Idea! hunlmqunl VAUXHALL VIVA 1969 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 2 dr. R.d. 4 Black. low mileage. Clean car. Fully cqu.pptd CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 1965 4 door. Biactc. Very clean un PARISIENNE 1 dr. V8, ltd. Radio. ONIY 1 an Maglic rushed ata to hospital no NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (AP) is Former major league CHRYSLER D( 3rd AVE. and llth ST. m ball pitcher Sal Maglie was in a satisfactory condition in eARSl ow tat totoy. recovering from for chcft pains he suffered ACCEPTED OPEN EVENINGS TIU 9 ;