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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE inHBRIDG! HERMD Salurdoy, Seplember 9, 1975- Canada. iaces uphill battle in'Moscow Soviet stars simply hungrier SHADRIN SCORES Vlodimir Shadrin scores Ihe final goal for Russia Friday evening as he beats Ken Dryden from close in. Brad Park of Teom Canada is behind the net white Gary Bergman watches Ihe shot from in front. The Soviels dumped Canada 5-3 in Vancouver. (CP Wirephoto) Reddon levels blast at Hall, Trentini Where do Sugar Kings go now? VANCOUVER (CP) A non- playing Soviet skater probably summed up Russia's 5-3 victory over Team Canada best Friday night even before the result was in. The unidentified Russian player, interviewed through an interpreter after the second pe- riod, saitl: "We are hungrier." The visitors out- hustled and outeriuiched tho home side before dis- gruntled' fans who turned their abuse of the Canadians to more than slight roars of pleasure at the manner in which the So- viets sometimes toyed with the national hockey league stars. As one fan said, passing through the exit gate before the game had finished: "We expect to see that type of hockey from the (Vancouver) Canucks, bul how can you justify that exhibi- Two power play goals by Boris Mikhpilov, both times xvith Canada's Bill Goldsworth off, sent the Soviets into a 2-0 first-period lead and they wen never seriously threatened in the next 40 minutes of play. ESI'OSITO SHINES Yuri Blinov, Vladimir Viku lov and Vladimir Shadrin com pleted the Russian rout. Gi Perreault got credit for the first Canadian goal when Rus sian defenceman Valery Vasi liev carried it into the net. Bi] Goldsworthy and Dennis Hul scored tlurd-period goals fo Team Canada on the- strengll of Phil Esposito's superb play. Esposito, easily the hardest- working Canadian forward the ast three games against Rus- ja, was working double shift most of the night and Sinden vas asked if he wasn't putting oo much pressure on the high- icoring centre. "Phil tries in a lot of ho earlier three games in Russia won 7-3 at Mon- treal, lost 4-1 in Toronto and ied 44 at Winnipeg. "He beat one-on-one and numerous times.' two-on-one The incredible young goalie, n his fourth year with the Rus- sian national team, also came in for praise from Boris Kula- gin, the Soviets' assistant coach. "Tonight we again had a very good Kulagin ad- mitted in a surprising endorse- ment of individual effort by a Russian player. Both Kulagin and coach Vsevolod Bobrov have been inclined to play down individual efforts In tha four games. The venue for the next (our games of the scries is Moscow, on Sept. ,22, 24, 26 and 28. Jenkins wins game Red Sox stay on top By 1'AT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Call It dissension, call it in- fighting, call it childish. No matter what term suits the sit- uation, the Lethbridge Sugar Kings are starting the 1972-73 season faced with a grave prob- lem. A complete breakdown In management came to the sur- face Friday afternoon as coach, andi part owner, Biff Reddon called a press conference to air his feelings. Reddon was less than polite hi his charges but feels it is the only way he can clear the air. According to Reddon, who says he has bought out Adrian uitbeyerse's share in the club, the club's other owners, Syd Hall and Carl Trentini are neg- ative in their thinking, extreme- ly difficult to communicate with and their idea of operating a hockey club does not coin- cide with his. In a formal release from Red- don the coach points out that complete severcnce with Cal- gary Centennials, and ScoHy Munro In particular, has not been done. He has been sub- jected to interference in h i s training methods and has to pay room and board for some of the players from his own pocket. Redden says he approached HONDA SPECIAL BULK PURCHASE SUPER SAVINGS ON ALL lOOcc MOTORCYCLES SL100 MOTO-SPORT lift h.p. 70 m.p.h. top speed. Reg. NOW ONLY 565 CB100 SUPER SPORT Hall and Trentini to rteposit, along with himself, an equal imount of money ID the bank. ft was not done. From Red don's standpoint, nothing, to say the least, has been done. "The letters to season ticket iioklers have not even gone he said. Reddon feels Hall 'and Tren- tini have broken faith with him but he does make it clear he will stay on as coach and part owner of the club. He feels junior hockey has a definite place in this city but he feels there is a lack of trust between the Sugar Kings and the public at large. He hopes to do some- thing about it. One point R e d d on was ex- tremely upset about was the CL100 SCRAMBLER AMPLE FREE PARKING LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd AVE. S, Cloud Monday. Open Daily o.m. lo ji.m, thunday and Friday o.m. to 9 p.m. Nationals can't agree with Keon OTTAWA (CP) Contract talks between the Ottawa Na- tional of the World Hockey As- sociaion and hockey star Dave Keon aro stalled because of de- mands from Keon's lawyers for iron-clad guarantees of his salary, a Nationals spokesman said Friday. "As far as we are concerned, negotiations have broken down and are at a saic Mike Mulhall, head of public relations for the Nationals. He said the problem with Keon is part of a general prob- lem facing the WIIA, which has yet to play a game. Lawyers for prospective WHA players were asking too much in the way of guaranteed salaries in case the WHA did not start be- fore certain dales. "A million and one things could happen that could be any thing from an ice plant failure to who knows what you can only guarantee so much. McDonnell's HAMBURGERS ARE 2002 3rd AVE. S. fact Hall and Trenlin! appear ready to release players from ast year's club to Munro with nothing in return. 'I can't for the life of me understand why they would give Munro these players for nothing so he can ship them out to Kamloops or Crowsnest Pass Red Reddon staled. The point he was making was simple. Munro owns Kam- loops and the Crowsnest team. The Kings will play against the Red Devils in the Alberta eague this year and it is quite possible they could meet Kam- loops in the Alherta B.C. final. "It's not impossible, that's for added Reddon. "Rather than stand up to Munro, Trertini and Hall would just as soon give up the play- Reddon continued. "But won't and you can count on that." Personally, Ileddon wants to improve the calibre of junior hockey iii this area and licit the best possible conlender the Alberta Junior League. He went on to say that he feels Lelhbridge is ideal its schools, college and university Trentini was unavailable for comment on the Reddon re- lease but Hall, who quit thi club last year because of a lack of support from Trenliin and Uitbeyerse, had a few words to say. Hall, as did Trentini, go his copy of the release by spe cial delivery. Not all that Impressed by li Hall said "the thing was in thi house when I got home from work." "I read it said Hall "ant personally I think he's out in left field." Hall indicated that Reddon has not, to his knowledge, pur chased Ihe third share in the team. "As far as I know, Reddon has only paid SI00 down. Tha doesn't entitle him to shoot his mouth off in this manner." Hall, to put it mildly, is fee up. "I have my own business to he said, "I can't be putting up with stuff like this "My business has fi times because of hockey but it won't any more." Hall also stated that he would sell his share in the team to Munro if the situation wasn't cleared up. AH is not rosy in the camp of the Lethbridge Sugar Kings. When management fights it has to have an effect on the players. The matter has to come to a head and soon. Sinden said, "and be plays bet- er the more work you give him. "He's quite a competitor." But despite Esposito's efforts, with periodic individual efforts "rom Yvan Cournoyer, Paul lendereon and Perreault, the smooth-skating Russian ma- chine gave them little opportun- ity to handle the puck in the initial 40 minutes, then settled nto a defensive pattern in Ihe final period. TAKE 23 SHOTS It could have proved costly as tlie Canadians rifled 23 shots at young Vladislav Tretiak, the individual star of the series to date. But the 20-year-old army lieu- ienant stood tall in the Soviet nets, allowing only two goals while turning back potential scoring shots, two each by Phil Esposito and Hull and by Ron Ellis who had been sent alone by Bobby Clarke. Cournoyer got behind the Russian defences twice in the second period, with the score 3- 1, but was pulled up short by the Russian goaltender. "That guy was just ex- ceptional Sinden added, by way of reference to RUSSIA 5 CANADA FIRST PERIOD 1. Russia, AMkhailov 1 (Lirtchenkc Pctrov) 3. Russia, Mlkhailov 1 (LutchenKo PeUov) Renames Goldsworthy Espojifo SECOND PERIOD 3. Canada, PerrflauU 1 i. Russia, Blinov 1 (Pctrov, Mlkhal lov) 5. Russia, Vlkulcv 1 tKharlam MaFtsevI Penalties Kinkln THIRD PERIOD fi: Canada, Coldsworlhy 1 CEspos Sergman) 7: Russia, Shadrin 1 (Yafcushev Vaslliev) S. Canada, Hull 1 CEsposHo, Goldw worthy) Penalties Peirov Shots on Goal by: Russia II n Canada Goal: Canada, Oryden; Russia, Tre- tiak. Attendance: y'riiR ASSOCIATED PHESS It was the best of times when Luis Tiant served as best man at the wedding of his pal Cele- rino Sanchez in Mexico lasl year. It was the worst of times when Sanchez slapped a run- scoring hit up the middle in tha fifth inning Friday night, end- ing Tiant's string of 40 con- soculive scoreless innings. "He hit a hanging Tiant said, "You make a mis- take and that's what you get. I'm lucky he didn't hit a home run." It was the best of times again when Tiant retired Sanchez on a' fly ball with two runners aboard for the final out in Bos- ton Red Sox' 4-2 victory over New York Yankees. It was the Red Sox' fourth victory in a row and kept them in first place in baseball's American League East, one- lalf game ahead of Detroit Ti- gers, who edged Baltimore Ori ales 2-1 on Woodie Fryman's wo-hitlcr. NCREASE LEAD In the West Division, Oakland Athletics increased their lead iver Chicago White Sox to 3% !ames with a 6-3 triumph over 'exas Rangers while the White Sox were splitting with Califor- nia Angels, winning 5-1 and los ng 9-4. Elsewhere, Kansas City Royals swept Minnesota Twins and 3-2. Milwaukee Brewers and Cleveland Indians were rained out. The big hitting in Boston was done by the Red Sox' Car Yastrzemski, who clipped Fritz Peterson for a run-scoring single in the first inning and E two-run homer in the third. Thi other New York run came on Bobby Murcer's career-lugl 27th homer. Move over Lefty Grove Sobin Roberts and Warren Spaltn. Make room for Fergu son Jenkins, the Chicago Cubs jig Canadian right-hander. Jenkins became only tho fourth pitcher since 1920, or thi so-called modern basebali era win 20 games for six Bon seculive seasons Friday night lurling the Cubs to a 4-3 deci sion over Philadelphia Phillies who traded him away in 1966. could something ever dream of pitche Jenkins said, "Just being in thi same class with guys lik Spahn and Roberts is a thril That's a great class to be in." Roberts and then Spahn pu together six 20-victory season in a row in. the Nation League, and Grove did th American League whila e route to the Hall of Fame. Only two other pitchers I major league baseball hav fashioned longer streaks, hot in the dead-ball era. Christ Mathewson won 20 or more fo 12 consecutive years and Wa ter Johnson for 10. Jenkins, a workhorse who an nually pitches more than inngs from April through Se] tember, admitted he will shooting for another 20 in 1973 for the "modern" record. ever, he has no thoughts catching Mathewson. "Don't expect me to brea Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM SEPT. P.M, KENDO NAGASAKI vt MIGHTY URSUS KAMATA end SITO and VltlA vi KROFFAT ond 5UPERHAWK nnd HURST GOROIENKO ond RUHL vi TOMASSO ond BRUTUS PIR1I vi PRINGIE S1.5O Wotch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJLH-TV Race results CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park results Friday: FIRST J1.4M, cralming, 3 year olds, 7 lur- lofigs, Mah 7.70 5.50, Luslrous Star 3.19 7.80, Blue Musfango (Rycroft) Time: Marys Bob. Sir Time, C C Magla, Mr. Murphy Also ran, DAILY DOUBLE! THIR'D claiming, 4 year olth tnd up, 7 furlongs. Miss Rouscr, El Cresso (McCiuley) 1.60, Fire Opal (L-vine) 3.10. Time; Ti31 1-5, Charlie, Congressman, Tall Viva Night ShiTie also OUIHELLAt FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, IVa miles. Sandy's Sptenrtour ISIadnyk) 47.10 11-80 A.iO, Surerbjinol (Combs') 620 i.JO, Gay Slikh Time: Sfiy Pirate, Celtic Plot, Avww Tftl- ent, Flag Reacrfnn, Out On Ball also FIFTH claiming, 4 year olth anrf u 7 furlongs. Silky PaBe (Kipling) 9.60 3.70 3.? WesF Wind Gal (Levlnel 3.29 Wimple Street 4.W. Ti.-ne: Earl Of Richmond, Lustroui Cheat The Bull, Jakt The Rate, Roy Deal alto ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH Ting, 4 year olds and u cl 7 furlongs. Le Brigadier (Sanchez) 5.103, Speedy Son (Kipling) 2430 10.00, J Orbit 7.20. Time: 25. Special Bout, Another Wiil Corns, Copel To Dash, Game B fUo ran, SEVENTH Added, SJampeda Futurl Stakes, year oJds, 7 furlongs. X-Eagle Star (Norrfs) B Butch (Stadny 3.50 3-30, Trochu Jo- (Sanehe 2.80. 45. Park, Gallon O GoM, To Love, Free To Travel, Prin BuHy, Mergfrxi alia ran. Erilry. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year fflds find u 7 furlongs. Hungry hawk (Sflnchei) 11. w i 1.10, Same Affair 3.70 3, Ky Honor 2.90, Time; 5. u Burgundy Obllgaliixv Cui Tip, Beauco afso record of 12 in a said the native of Chat- m, Out. "I may not even be ound thai long." ElsQwhere in National ague Friday, Pittsburgh Pi- tes swept a doubleheader om Montreal Expos 7-1 and, 4- ln 12 iiinings, New York Mets overpowered Louis Cardi- nals 8-2 before to tha Cardinals 9-4 in 13 innings, Houston Astros downed" San Francisco Giants 5-3, arid At- lanta Braves edged Los Ange- les Dodgers 4-3. Cincinnati Reds and San Diego Padres were idle. Weaver has good lead COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) That's probably the best golf ever played for two raight rounds, said DeWilt 'caver, whose tlu-eat to run vay from the South- rn Open golf field was blunted r Frank Beard's amazing even-under-par 63. The prematurely gray Weaver held a three-shot lead over Beard going into today's third round. Weaver fired a 67 Friday and stood at 132, eight under par, for 36 holes over the par 70 Green Island Country Club course. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES t. Louis Montreal adelphia irmffinati os Angeles .Hanra Diego...... 50 L PCI. GBL 47 Mi 61 .545 13 64 .511 mi 70 n 5? B4 .349 36Vi U 82 51 .417 58 ,W4 7 71 6! ,534 11 A3 72 .467 10 53 76 .433 UVi .379 31VJ AMERICAN LEAGUE Eail RI DAY'S RESULTS IRST irtsburgh 001 OU >J 1 Montreal 000 001 1 0 Johnson (4-4> and May; Mar ton 6-13) Gilbert (b> Slrohmaycr [71 Walker (9} and McCarver. HRs: Mil Jorsengen ECOND 000 MO 0 Uonlreal 100 POO 001 7 1 Moose, Glusll (7-4) (a) Hernandez 13) and Sanguillen; McAnally, Mar- hall (1-1-5) (8) and iVicCarver. HR: -Woods FIRST t. LouTs Oil 000 3121 hew York .100000 25 12 I Cleveland (13-13) Segu! (8) Cumber- end (B) and Jutze, Simmons Mal- ack (12-9) McGraw [6) and Grole. (14) Boswell .ECOND r. 000 100 030 000 10 New York 000 3M 100 000 4 12 Bibby, Grzenda Gra- bosfcv tl-Q> d2t and Simmons; Webb, rfcGraw SadecM Frisella 4-3} Rauch CO} and Dyer. HRs Anderson Allanla.....003 OM 4 7 LM Angeles 000 Ml 3 5 McQueen, Upshaw (6) Jasrer (14) House (8) and DIdier; Singer Brewer (8} and KR: Houston 1M 14 C an Francisco 001 or. 3 t 1 Darker Roberts (8> and Ed- :ards; Barr Sosa Gard- ners Mof'iir Johnson (6) and Rader, JHRs; Har Chicago WO 030 T I PhiladelptlFa 110 200 3 B i Jenkins HO-W) and Rudolph; Downs Brandon (S-6) (6) and Bateman. HRi Miami Boston ol.l Baltimore York W 71 L Pet. 4BL S9 .546 .Ml Vi 63 .S26 1V3 44 3 71 .44? 11 79 .406 18 ft 5J .S9T 58 .564 65 .504 46 .494 12V> 71 .466 83 ,376 Oakland !hicago Minnesota sas Cily Texas RESULTS New York 000 000 4 t BOilon.....103 001 4 t 0 Peterson (14-4) McDanlcl (8) and Wunson; Tiant (11-4) and Flsk. HRs: Milwaukee at creveland rain, Detroit 010 000 2 B Ballimore 000 000 100- I 2 a Fryman (S-2> a net Sims, Freetian Dobson (15-15) Jackson (8) and Etchebarren. HRs: Drown FIRST Minnesota 000 000 0 ft Kansdi Cily 030000 MX- 5 T) 0 Blyleven (17-16) Norton (7> Lueb- ber (7) and Roof; Murphy (4-2) Kirkpatriek. SECOND Minnesota 1 On 000 i I Kansas Cily 000 TO? 341 Cwbln (8-7) Granger (B) and Borg. mann; Busby (1-0) and Taylor. MR: Oakland 000 300 013- A 11 1 Texai ......030 000 3 8 Hunter (19-7) Knowles and Ten- ace; Paul (7-6) Brofaerg 17) Lfndblad (8) Plna (B> Roland (9) and HR: FIRST Califorrfa 000 001 7 Chicago 110 000 3QX- S 7 0 Ryan 06-13} Barber and Tor- borg, Stephertson Bslinsen and Herrmann. HR: SECOND California (HO 510 1 Chicago 000 000 WJ- 4 6 a Wright (15-9) and Hiall; Lemonds Gossage (2) Romo O'TooIa (Ti Neumbclr Fraillng flra- bovrtky (9) And Brlnkman. HR: Cal Wright Available In 6 in, dia., 38 ft. length 8 in. dia., and 70 ft. lengths JQUJHt FOR DOLLtt, MAYRATH AUfiEM MOVE IT FASTER AND COMPLETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 lit Av< South Phont, 327-4886 or IETHBRIUGE BOW ISIAND ;