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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDCE HSSAlD Friday, Seplomber 3, 1971 Blue Bombers did break rule using grease Gaudaur won't let things get out of hand By THE CANADIAN TRESS Jake GaiKicinr, Canadian Football League commissioner, shoved Thursday lie intends to crack doivn en teams beading CTL rules. The cciiinussioner, in a hectic day Thursday, sent 2 league of- ficial to Ottawa to ensure thai the Hough Kicicrs did not go through iviUi a threat to break the Icagiic'R suspension nile. He also said he is continuing his investigation into recent playu suspensions by llirec league learns accused of dodg- ing rules involving injured play- ers. in another controversy, Gaudaur said Winnipeg Blue Bombers broke a rile if they used grease on tlieir uniforms iii a gmnc Wednesday. At Ottawa, league secretary- treasurer Greg Fulton attended Hie Rough Riders' practice to ensure that suspended fullback Dennis Duncan did not practise 1 with the team. Ottawa coach Jack Gotta an- nounced Wednesday he was to have Duncan practise Canada no clmw than before Hockey bodies continue quarrel By THE CANADIAN PRESS As officials of three sports bodies quarrelled Thursday over who said what to one thing seemed clear: Can- ada's hockey players are no closer to the 1972 Winter Olym- pics in Japan. John F. (Bunny) Aheamo, president of the International Ice Hockey Federation, took a hand in the debate Thursday by intimating Canada might be kicked out of the IIHF for refus- ing to send a team of amateurs to Sapporo, Japan, in 1972. The Sapporo Olympic Com- mittee said earlier this week it sent a formal invitation to Can- ada last July and still is await- ing a reply. Ahearne said he was behind the invitation. (old the Japanese I'd be happy to have Canada Till one of the five vacancies in the Oiyrrv pic field even though they ha- ven't competed internationally for the last two years because of the professional dispute. 0. 16 eligible countries only 11 have accepted for the Olympics. "I also told the CAHA this when 1 was in Canada in June. i 4v aAuti JUST LIKE A FULLBACK The ball carrier resembles a fullback in football but ac- luafly is a rugby player gaining valuable yard's. This lype of action and more be highlighted during the first annual Lethbridge Rugby-Fest set for the Civic Centre and Wilson Junior High School Saturday and Sunday sponsored by the Lethbridge Bar- barians club. Games are set for 1-5 p.m. Saturday and noon to Sunday, Six teams will lake part in the two day event. Race results CALGARY [CP1 Northlands Park race results Thursday; Fir claiming, 3-y ear-olds. 7 fur- Manic Mom (BHIIngsley) 6.70 3.70 3.10, Tfiurnb Hill (McCauley) S.20 5.70, Wonder (Rasmussen) 5.60. Time; V5B 3-5 Miss Rcuser, Andy's Rouser, Hilar- lojs Hanna, Spirit N Speed. Lustrous Less also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Hellen Grey (Shields) 6.90 4.M 2.70, Golden Foam (Billingsley) 6.50 3 60, Royal TVsf.'Jc (HunfJ 2 1 25 Short Circuit, Grand Charm, C Reason, Kid Balou, Northern Pine also DAILY DOUBLE: 121.40. Third claiming, 3-year-olds, mile and Kap's Call (Hedge) 12.10 5.10 5.10, Disismagic (Billmgsley) 1050 9.70, Mu Sic To My Ears (Coombs) 5.20. Time: J-S Charlie 0, Rockln Roman, Luslrous STOCK CAR RACING FOOTHILLS SPEEDWAY LUNDBRECK SUNDAY, SEPT. 5th TIMETRIALS 1 P-M. RACING 2 P.M. FEATURING NUMBER OF OUT OF TOWN CARS 4 Star, Doolln Pr'nce, Chad's Girl also ran OUINELLA: iSi.80. Fourth claiming, d-year-olds and up, 7 furlonns Mnxine ToQue (Morris) 5.90 3.60 2.BO, Explcralo (Hunl) j :o 3.90, Duchess Nan (Kipling) 640. Time: 2-5 Beau Rrun, Lovable You, Tolc King. Round Dice, Monty B also ran. Fifki 51.500 claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs Tally Boy (Rasmussen) 12.30 7.70 ..60, Obligation (Barrob Toly Nympii (Hedge) 2 Time: Flag Reaction, Bandit's Jewell, Grandoa Shoe, Fleet FliUer, Sandra's Maqic also ran. EXACTOR: Ut.iO. Sixth claiming, 4 year-olds and up, (AAcCauley) 7.70 330 2.60, Why Red (Morris) 350 2.Ml, Tom's Award (Hedge) 4.60. Time: 1-5 Ace Award, Klzam, Mellcwdale, Tel- Bazia also ran. Seventh allowance, 2-ycar-olda, 7 fur- longs Mr. Tflus (Coombs) 6.90 J.30 210, Cape Dyer (Morris) 10 JO 5.30, An- other Session (Barroby) 4.0Q Time: 3-5 Edie's Prize, C C Magic, Gemallon, Baha Manmba, Palatial also ran Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 iuriongs Pocket Boss (Rycrori) 29.60 11.50 B.OO, Terraro (Kipling) 5.20 400, Bless- ed Hour (Morris) i 50. lime: The Iron Girl, Smooth Edge, Elisita, Pollsn Rod. PrmcQ Lure also ran OUINELLA: S9S.BO. "But these people very stu- pidly decided not lo send over a bunch of kids who would give their right arms to get into, the Olympics. "Well, I've given up Ahearne said. "There's only one solution. We'll have lo cancel the affiliation of the CAHA with the IIHF." JUCKES SCOFFS "He can't he scoffed Gordon Juckcs, executive direc- tor of CAHA. "Mr. Ahearne knows the IIHF constitution as well as anybody. It is not a con- dilion of membership that you compete." CAHA president Joe Kryczka said he was "a little tired of his (Ahearne's) political intrigues." "He should be on solid ground before he starts shooting his mouth off." he commented 'We'll have our official dele- gation in Prague and we'll see bow he fares at that time." The schedule for the Olympic [ournament in Sapporo is to be drawn up in Prague Sept. 21. Frank Shaugluiessy, vice- president of the Canadian Olym- pic Association, said the hockey association, to which most of Canada's amateur players be- ,ong, has unlil Sept. 21 lo change its mind. "I am very disappointed that the CAHA is taking Ibis stand and is denying 20 Canadian boys :he opportunity of competing on an international level." He said he had strongly urged CAHA to send a team. "Not says Jukes, "We've had no contact." That added another mystery .0 the communications riddle hat has bedevilled the issue. Fuckes said earlier this week Canada has received no formal invitation, although the Japa- nese say they sent one. PROBABLY'lT'S 'NO1 If a formal reply ever is sent, t apparently will be negative. The COA says it cannot send a lockey team without the en- dorsement of the CAHA, and .hat endorsement is unlikely so :ong as the IIHF refuses to let Canada use professional hockey )layers hi the world champion- ships staged in non-Olympic years. If that happens Canada will not have a hockey team at the Olympics, for the first time since Winnipeg Falcons won the gold medal in 1920. regardless of a league rule which prevents suspended play- ers from working out with Uie team. lie said other leaTyjs in the Eastern Conference were dodg- ing league rules by suspending players for a limited period of lirr.c rather than placing them 011 an injured list where they be lost to the club at least HO days. "We are stuck in a terrible predicament and they expect us lo risk blowing our entire sea- son by living up to every letter of Uie Gotta said. Gaudaur is investigating Dun- can's suspension as well as of lineman Ed Harrington of Toronto Argonauts and Mont- real Alouettes' Moses Denson. He said he hopes to make a decision an the matter prior to Sunday since all three teams play Monday. GOT THE MESSAGE Gotta said Fulton gave him a message from Gaudaur which "was very clear." "If we break the rule we (the team) could be fined The controversy over Duncan started Monday when the club" informed the league he had been suspended for refusing to submit to prescribed treatment of an injured shoulder. The dub announced Monday it had ac- quired Al Pitcaithley from Ed- monton Eskimos. Like Duncan, Pitcaithley is an import. With him as th-3 14th RELAX, IF THEBE'S ANY TROUBLE ABOUTPAVIN1 STRAIGHT T1 THE COP-SHOP; NIP INSIbE AN1 FILE A -HIC.- OH, BLIMEY, IT'S ...IT ISN'T! THE LAST TIME VERTRIEO THAT WITH DROVE OFF Wl1 NERCAB." Sports of all sorts AGREES CHICAGO (AP) Muham- mad Ali, former world heavy- weight boxing champ i o n, lias tentatively agreed to a 15-round match in Tokyo Nov. 29, his manager announced Thursday. Herbert Muhammad said that an agreement was made for the bout by Prime Associates Inter- national of Japan, wliich will select the opponent. PLAN TO APPEAL one-year contract with the Na- tional Hockey League club, it was announced Thursday. The 41-year-old Horton re- ceived the largest contract ever given by the Penguins. It is esti- mated to be in the area. Horton spent 18 years with Toronto Maple Leafs. He played with New York Rangers, but the Penguins picked him up in the summer dralt. import on the roster, there was I ATLANTA (AP) Three city policemen fired Thursday on charges of beating Atlanta Braves' baseball outfielder Rico Carty plan to appeal their dis- missals, according to their at- torney. "It seems Frazier, Cliuvalo no room to return Duncan to the team, even for a practice ses- sion where coaches could assess his rate of recovery. As long as Duncan remained sufpewted. he could not prac- tise, receive a salary, b e treated by the club trainers, as- scnalc with tha club or be seen in Lansrfowr.e Park. Gaudaur said evidence prov- ided by the clubs and players involved in Uie three suspen- sions lias not satisfied hint. "I could not reconcile the fact that a player would so easily agree to being suspended with- the commissioner said. LOOK AT THE BOOK When questioned on Uie report Winnipeg used grease on their uniforms Wednesday night against Calgary Stampeders, Gaudaur referred to a section of the- nilebook which states: "No pkyer shall wear cr use equipment which in the opinion of the official endangers or con- fuses his opponents." Calgary coach Jim Duncan accused the Bombers of using, 5rea.se ir1 the game which the HORTON SIGNS Bombers won 31-15. Winnipeg offensive coach Dave Smith admitted that the shoulders of linesmen's jerseys were treated with something slippery. Smith was asked if he consi- dered it He replied: Is holdin g our linemen on every play Gaudaur said he had received no formal complaint from Dun- can but in any future such inci- dents, the rule regarding "dan- gerous equipment" would allow gsmc officials to order any greased player Lo remove the substance. baseball players ELRICH TIRE iPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE are more important than police' PM officers in Clyde Henley, for missed officers R. E. Mc- Earchern, L. D. Smith and C. E. Turner. CALGARIANS ON TEAM TORONTO (CPT Three golfers from Ontario, two from Alberta and one from Brilish Columbia were named Thurs- day by the Royal Canadian Go Association to Canada's team t compete in Ihc New Zc-alan Golf Cenlennial tournament Auckland, Oct. 19. The lepm comprises Gan Cowan of Kitchener ,0nt.; Nic Weslock of Burlington, Ont. Keith Alexander and Dour; Si verherg of Calgary; burgh of Vancouver and Si Hamilton of Erampton, Ont. W L Pet. GBL B2 56 .594 75 61 .551 6 71' U .W) 9 (A M .507 17 fB 76 11 57 7B ATI 23V West BO 56 .568 7? 65 .526 70 69 -50J 11V 63 71 .JE9 13V OUT THEY GO! SAVE NOW ON A 1971 MODEL ALL UNITS IN STOCK MUST BE SOLD! KC9S BRAND NEW 1971 DEMO 340 2-Door Coupe 340 V8 PS R Disc Brakes Many olher extras. Reg. 4228.85 NOW KC-71 BRAND NEW 1971 CORONET CUSTOM 4-DOOR SEDAN 318 V3 R-Many other extras. Reg. .................................NOW DEMONSTRATOR 1971 MONACO 4-DOOR HARDTOP 360 VB P, S R Vinyl roof. Reg. 5289.70 ...................................NOW WE CARE! KING CHRYSLER DODGE 3rd AVE. and llth ST. S. LETHBRIDGE PHONE, 328-9271 will fight PHILADELPHIA (A PI World heavyweight champion Joe Frazier will fight Toronto's George Chuvalo in Montreal in October or November, the Phil- adelphia Inquirer reported in its Friday edition. The paper said it has learned that the fighters have not signed for the bout to he held in The Forum, but that negotiations be- tween boxing pro- moter Regis Levesque and the two camps is under way in the Quebec city, The Iwnt, the paper said, would be scheduled for 15 rounds, with Prazier's world championship belt on the line. Frazier's Manager Yank Dur- ham said he is asking a guaran- tee of against 45 per cent of the gate and ancillarics, but he admitted, "We'll settle for Frazier used llic durable To- ronto heavyweight as a step- ping stone to the World Boxing Association title when he slopped Chuvalo on a fourth- round Ifduiical knockout in Madison Square Garden on July 19, 1967. RUSHED TO HOSPITAL DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) One time racing golden boy Fred Lorenzen smashed into two concrete walls Thursday during warmups for the South- ern 500 auto race and was rushed to hospital bleeding from the face and suffering from a fractured ankle and a concus- sion. PITTSBURGH (AD Vet eran Tim Horton, expected t bolster the defense of Pitts burgh Penguins, has signed Trail post for Martin TRAIL, B.C. (CT) Se'J Martin, a former goaltcnde with the National Hocke League St. Louis Blues, named Thursday as Lhc cone and general manager of th Trail Smoke Eaters of the Wes tern International Hocke League. Marlon was with St. Loui during their inaugural EC; in the NHL. He played for Spo kane Jets of the WIIIL during 3963-70 when Lhey won (lie AEan Cup. Martin coached the Eaters in 1968-G9 and for them last season. Smoke played Spokane moving lo IN'cw Mexico S'POKAMK, Wash. (CP) Spokane Indians of the Pacific Coast League arc moving lo a new homo. It was announced today the Indians will be moved lo Al- buquerque, New Mexico for Ihc slnrt of the 1972 season. IAS Dftflgers, tho In- dians' parent chili, made the announcement. Spokane h a d the home of the club for the past H years. Moore's Esso Service _ Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrnth Drive OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Imperial Oil Products fca Stereo Tapes Garden Supplies Ammunilion Alfas Products Bor-B-Q Supplies DONT FORGtT WE HAVE Fishing Licences Tackle Live Bait PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Driva Phone 327-1046 from fl a.m. to S Licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. Hour-Ion San Diego 52 85 .380 2B'A TODAY'S GAMES New Ycrk Sacleckl (5-5) at Phila- delphia Reynolds (46) N Monireal RenKo (1313) at Pills- burgh Blass (12-7) N Chicago Hands (10-17) at St. Louis Cleveland (11-10) N Atlanla Nlekro (13-11) al San Dlcgo Arlin (3-1S) N Cincinnali GulleU (ld-5) af I.C5 An- geles Oslccn or Singer (7-16) N Hsrr.lcn Blaiinrame (MO) al San t-rancisco Mariclial (149) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS NCW York 000 100 370 Philadelphia lot 010 1 6 1 Genlry (13-11) and Dyer Wise 11) ond McCarvpr- Mcnlroa! 010 006 5 0 Chicaqo .101 103 5 10 0 MeAaaHy (S-P) Marshall (6) and Balemnn; Pizdrro (5-d) Regan (4) Bonham (7) and Rudolph. HRs: AVrAnally Chi-CalNson LOS AnqolOS 000 120 3 9 1 Houston .200 040 9 B 1 OLlccn MMO) Mikkelsen (7) and Wihon H3-G) and Howard. MR: LEAGUE LEADERS rre, Chi 532 R H Pet 79 17! .341 529 BO 101 .342 458 75 156 .341 56 IS-1 .331 rfJ! 54 U6 -330 5J3 67 179 .330 BO 134 .319 533 107 170 .319 535 70 16B -3M 517 66 16! .31! Plllsburgh, 42; Ciemcnte, Pgh Sanquillen, Pgfi C. Jones, NY Garr, All H. Aaron, All Brock, SIL LA M. Alou, SIL Hnme runs- St H. Aaron, 39. Runs balled In: stargell, 114; Torre, 1M; H. Aaron, 100. Pikhing 14 decisions: Gullell, Cin- cinnali, 14 5, Carllon, Si. Louis, 13-7, .720; Ellis, 18-7, .720. MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Baltimore Bl Detroit .......74 Bcslon 71 L Pel. 49 .6U 61 .548 65 .522 10 13V4 Washington Cleveland 67 57 53 West 69 .493 Oakland Kansas Cily Chicago California 6 Minnesota A Milwaukee 5 TODAY'S GAMES Kansas Cily Drag 70 .65; .532 64 70 .470 23 Vi 63 73 .463 AO 72 .455 5S 76 .433 39'A [15 B) and Cle- mens (1-0) at Chicago John (10-13) and Horlen (7-9) TN Oakland Segui (B-i) ond Blue a I Mlnnesola Perry (15 14) and Cor- bin (7-10) TN Dallimnre Ar'.cNally (16-6) al Wash- Inglon Brobcrg (5-i) N Cleveland McDcwell (11-12) al Bci- lon Moref (1-2) N Detroit Kilkenny (2-4) at New York Peterson H3-B) N California Wright (12-U) al Milwau- Sialon (95) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS American League Batiimore ooo DID ooo o 3 o Boston .001 920 370 Dobson (17-7) Rlcherl (8) and Hen- dricks! Sleberl- (15-9) and Josephson HR: Cleveland .000 000 0 6 1 Detroit 003 010 7 11 I Dunning (B-13) Fcsier (5) Ballinger (B) and LoJiclj 122-10) and Freeban. HR: Frechan (IB) Washington ODD 100 l 4 T New York .470 000 11 13 0 Shell en (3-10) Cox (1) Thomson U) (6) Pina (6) and Billings; Bahnscn (11-10) and Mun- son. HR: Alou <7) Kansas City 000 000 030 Milwaukee 010 OH 1 1 l Hndlund (127) Dal Canlon (B) and J. May; Pallin (12-14) and Porler LEAGUE LEADERS AB Oltva, Mfn Murcer, NY ReNenm'rf, Dal Tovar, Min Oils, KC Roias, KC Kaline, Del Reirhnrril, Chi W. Norton, Det Carew, Min International L Tidewater 7 Richmond 1 Rochester 7 Syracuse 4 Toledo 5 Charleston 3 Louisville P Winnipeg 8 Pacific coast League Salt Lake 13 Tacoma 7 Sal) Lake leads best of five palyoff Oakland, 15-3, 10 I more, 16-4, .80 432 R H PCI 67 151 .350 65 155 .373 70 125 .313 BO 164 .303 70 144 .302 54 124 .300 Al 10S 44 115 .299 62 127 .292 73 142 .292 Boston, 27; Smilh, _ _.. Cash, Detroit, 27; Mellon Chicago, 27; R. Jackson, Oakland, 26. Runs batted Jn: Killebrew, Minneso- ta, 95; Bando, Oakland, 64. Pitching U decisions: C. Dobson, 1 SMOOTH! QUIET! 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