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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Frlrfoy, U, 1972 _ THE LITHBRIDGE IB Orr says his knee is improving Canadian players like extra elbow room By BRUCE LEVETT Canadian Press Spurts Editor STOCKHOLM tCP) Tho state of Bobby Orr's left knee and the wide open spaces of the ice sheet at the Johanneshov Arena were two prime concerns Thursday as Team Canada took its lirst workouts in Europe. "f like said Hod Gil- bert ol New York Routers as he wheeled across a surface al- most 300 square feet larger than any he's used to in North America. LAUGHING IT UP Team Canada members Bobby Orr, [eft and Yvan Cournoyer share a joke at Stockholm airport Wednesday after their arrival for Iwo-game series with Swedish nalional Jeam. (AP Wirephoto) Sport of all sorts DESJAIIDINS RETIRES AL (CP) Mon- treal Aloiictte co-captain Pierro Desjardins announced his re- tirement from the Canadian Football League team Thurs- day. BEMAN HAS LEAD ST. LOUIS (AP) Former amateur king Deane Bcman has a one-stroke edge in the Greater SI. Louis Golf Classic with aclion likely to get even holler before Ihe week's out, Eight behind Beman in the Professional Golfers Associ- ation event is I.ce Trevino, who Thursday matched a flock of abi Beman birdies but also three-putted for a bogey. WILL MEET CZECHS HOPKINS, Minn. (AP) World Hockey Association pres- Horse owners, trainers upset CALGAItY (CP) Com-' plaints by horse owners and trainers about the design of a proposed barn at the Calgary Stampede Grounds are "totally says H. T. R. Gregg, chairman of (he Stam- pede Racing Committee. Memliers of the Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective As- sociation decided at their an- nual meeting lliis week Ihe de- sign was faulty and threatened not the use the 750-stal! barn if built unchanged. Gregg said Wednesday their complaints about crowding, in- adequate ventilation, dangers of virus infection and higher in- surance costs were absolute nonsense. Uniformed apokcsmcn had misled the horsemen, he said, and the horsemen's association executive was "sadly remiss In getting (lie true picture." The bam design meets N tional Horsemen's Association requirements and is similar to dent Gary Davidson, said Thursday final arrangements liave completed with Ihe Czechoslovakian Amateur Hockey Association for a six- c series between Ihe Czech Xational team and a WIIA all- slar learn. MENTALLY HEADY TORONTO (CP) Veteran goallender Jacques Plante headed a list of 62 players who checked Into Toronto Maple Leafs1 pre-season camp Thurs- day and announced he was mentally fit for Ihe National Hockey League season. Piante, however, was not ready to predict he was physi- cally fit to play 70 games, in- dicating only: "I'm ready (tap- ping his here." SULLY SAYS -By Pal, Sullivan A BIT OF EVERYTHING Since less than 200 fans showed up at the Toronto airport Tuesday lo see Team Canada off to Sweden a number of major companies are tiying to stir up the populace of Canada with telegram offers One such is the one by Royal Trust Co. which will read "Moscow new ball game, twenty-two million on your side, Go team Go." The telegram will be sent to Phil Esposito. and the rest of Team Canada You can got your name on the telegram by spending 50 cents at the Royal Trust office Jim Kulka informs me that the Picture Unite Golf Club will wind up another sea- son this Saturday evening with a dance at nine o'clock in Ihe Elks Hall 1972 was a big year for the Butte club as they installed four grass greens and Kulka promises the olher five will be ready for next spring Ever since the New York Mets won Ihe World Series in 1969 Chester Gal has become a booster of the underdogs Even now he is pulling for Calgary Stampeders and B.C. Lions to upset the "Western Football Conference applecart Winnipeg football fans will no longer be served beer or oilier beverages during Blue Bomber home games The beer will still be available at concession stands The decision not to sell drinks in tlie stands was taken after numerous complaints were received that jostling among the sell-out crowds was causing drinks to be spilled Blue Bomber fans should take les- sons from the Calgary fans I've never seen any of them spill a drop Team Canada players were warned before leaving for Sweden Tuesday about the dangers of lourism in the Soviet Union H is not unusual lo have people approach tourists to sell them rubles at bargain prices However, as often as not, the salesman turns out lo be a police agent a smaller bam for 350 horses which "some of the top trainers on the grounds tell me is among Ihe best they've ever stabled in." Each' animal in the propose! bam would have as much space as those in the 350-stall build- ing and fens would change the air every 10 minutes. Tlus would overcome the crowding and infection fears, he said. There was also sufficient space to accommodate 10 walk- ing circles which should allay worries about lack of exercise space. Morris Taylor, manager of the Western Canada Racing Association defended the rac- ing secretary who the horsemen said had not been responsive ot Ihcir complaints about the way races were written. Only tliree changes were re- quested this year, he said, and two were acted upon immed- iately and the third, about next season, was deferred. HE WAS SERIOUS ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) A Canadian who admitted in court he planned to fix horse races by using a laser beam was sentenced Wednesday to a four-month ,jail term and placed on probation for two years. Judge Harold P. Burke of U.S. District Court also ordered Martin Goodman, 52, of Downs- view, Ont. to stay out of tlie U.S. for the two years. WILT SHOW LOS ANGELES (AP) Centre Wilt Chamberlain missed Los Angeles Lakers' opening practice, while veteran forward Happy Hairsfon walked out of the Nalional Bas- ketball Association team's camp after he was reported to have received a phone call from his lawyer. Pete Newell, general man- ager of the defending NBA champions, said bolb players face possible fines. YEAR-END CLEARANCE! ALL 1972 MODELS MUST BE SOLD! 2--I972 DEMON 34Q's low mileage demonslralors, buckets console. SAVE UP TO 7--1972 POLARA MONACO 2 DR. 4 DR. STATION WAGONS Good selection of equipment. SAVE UP TO 4-1972 CHRYSLERS l-NEWPORT CUSTOM 4 2-NEW YORKER 1 1-NEW YORKER 4 SAVE UP TO 4-1972 CORONETS CUSTOM 4 DR. SEDANS Fully equipped Including vinyl roof. SAVE UP TO 5700 7-1972 DODGE D100 PICKUPS Sid. or auto, trans. SAVE UP TO Also Available From Slock At Big Savings 1-1972 D200 1-1972 D300 JiL KING CHRYSLER DODGE 3rd Ave. 11 St. S., Leriibridga 328-9271 Carol Anderson, wife of Sparky Anderson Cin- cinnati Reds' manager, after managing a learn of the Reds' wives to a 6-0 victory over their husband's said the job was easy "I Just tried to copy Sparky's style. I just sat on the end of the bench, kept quiet and let Ihe players take care of the team.1' Jim SmHh, president of the World Hockey Asso- .ciation's Houston Aeros, was asked what tlie WHA. has in mind for a development league "A de- velopment league? We've got tlie greatest develop- ment league anyone ever had, the National Hockey League" Hank Aaron, talking about tlie day when he may be one swing away from tying Babe Ruth's record of 714 home runs says it won't be a rookie or a borderline pitcher who gives up the home run "At that stage, the pitcher will have to be some guy with guts enough to challenge me with his best pitch It'll be somebody like Ferguson Jenkins or Tom Seaver or Bob Gibson or Steve Carllon, somebody not afraid to throw his best pitch" How do you like that Mark Spitz? Seven gold medals and a future that rings of millions in endorse- ments and possibly acting I thought H humorous when he described one agent as wanting too much money "The one guy wanted 25 per says Spitz, "that's too much. H I make million he gets million Would you complain if you thought you could make 57.5 million on a transaction like that? Canadian cowboys haven't done too badly on the rodeo circuit this year The latest standings from the Rodeo Cowboys Association shows Kenny McLean of Vernon in fifth spot with earnings of Mel Hyland of Surrey, B.C. is sixth with while Ivan Daines of Innisfail has pocketed Hyland leads tlie saddle bronc competi- tion with Jim Gladstone of Cardston is ninth in calf roping with earnings of with Allan Thorpe of Edmonton sixtli in bareback riding with And buddy Murray Mills gave me what lor this last weekend for something I had dwie quile some time back I had done a column on Hank Aaron saying I wanted him to break Babe Ruth's mark What made Mills upset was my reference to Roger Maris' feat of 61 home runs better- ing Ruth's mark of CO 1 said it dicin't do much for me because Maris hit his home runs in more games than Ruth But Mills informed me that when Ruth was in his heyday even if a ball bounced into the stands it was a home run Nowadays it is a ground-rule double I certainly do apologize Mur- ray 1 wonder if Aaron knows that little bit of baseball info? Hem Ellis o( Toronto Maple Leafs and Yvan Cournoyer ol Montreal Canadlens were two plher speedsters who [ound the increased elbow room to Iheb1 liking. But goalkeeper Ed Johnston of Boston by coach Harry Sinden to play one of the two weekend games against the Swedish national reservations. "There is three feet more space than we're used to be- hind the Johnston said. "And there's seven feet less distance from Ihe blue line to the coal line. An attacking for- ward tokes one stride aoross that blue line and he's in a prime position for a shot on Iho el." The rink here, similar to the one hi Moscow whore Ihe Team Canada-Russia series resumrcs later this month, is 15 feel wider than Novth American rinks. unil'S KNEE STILL SORE One player who ordinarily might benefit from the in- creased srea is Bobby Orr, hut Ihfc Boston rearguard is nirrsing a sore left knee. Orr worked out with the team during mominR drills, giving the knee the lirst real test it has had since post-season gery. He sat with a towel full ol crushed ice, salvaged from a pop cooler, wrapped around the knee. "I'm real happy with the way the leg is he said. "It has come along real well in the lost week. There's still some pain, though. It's not ready yet." Sinden said he likely, would dress Orr for the games against Sweden, but said it wa? up lo the player whether he played. A more immediate problem to Sinden was Ihe largo' ice sur- face. "It means a hell of an adjust- ment for everyone. We won't be able lo carry the puck so much. But then, they won't be able lo jam up in front of our net so much. "Our defencemen will have lo be very careful not to commit themselves too early. I'd hale to be a defenceman and make a run at a guy and miss him. With all lhat space, I'd never get back in the play." STAR ALMOST PAUNCHY Sinden sold On- was "out of and Lhe Boston star ap- peared jowly and almost paunchy. "I'll play him in the intra- squad game tomorrow after- noon and hope to have him in Ihs lineup this weekend. But he's very doubtful as a starter against the Russians." Sinden and assistant coach John Ferguson worked half the learn hi Ihe morniiig with such stars as Orr, Tony Esposifo and Ken Dryden on the ice. In the afternoon, the other crew, with Ron Ellis, Phil Esposito, Gil Perreault and others, went (hroush. drills. Some and Tony Esposito were in both workouts. Sinden worked the team mostly on rink-long rushes, mainly two-man passing drills, and put the forwards one-on- one against the tefencemen. Pete Mahovlich o( Montreal Canadlens, whose superstar brother Frank missed the trip here with a toieo problem, said tliat "the long plane trip and the change in time has really knocked it out of us." Sinden scowled at the wide rink and multcred, "Look at all that space." "It makes It difficult to play 'crowd 'em1 hockey." Bobrov feels it won't be same MOSCOW (AP) Avoiding confident predictions and hed- ging his bets, Lhc head coach of Ihe Soviet national hockey team said Thursday Team Canada will bo "another team" when it laces the Russians in Moscow. Coach Vsevolod Bobrov guided liis squad to a surpris- ing 2-1-1 win-tie-loss recovd against Canada's top profes- sionals in the Canadian half of an eight-game series. But he told Soviet newspapers the Ca- nadians had been "com- placent" and out of shape. "I Ihink that we will have lo meet in Moscow another tea Bobrov said. "The matches will be very difficult." Team Canada, composed of National Hockey League stars, arrived Wednesday in Stock- holm and will play two games ivilh the Swedish nalional squad Saturday and Sunday be- coming to Moscow for games Sept. 22, 24, 26 and 28. "In the beginning of Seplem Bobrov said in an article in Sovietsky Sport, "the prates New backer for Oilers EDMONTON (CP) Sports network Ltd., a wholly-ownec subsidiary of Canadian Cable- systems of Toronto, ha acquired a "substantial" inter est in Alberta Oilers of th World Hockey Association, was announced Thursday. Zano Feldman, president Edmonton World Hockey Ente prises Lid., owners of the clul said in a prepared statemen that the local firm had retainc control of the Oilers. No d tails on the Toronto firm's i terest were available. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Kay DBvlswi 232 Connie Bac- tda 2H Efcanor Hotroyd 233, Chris Bvrwash 339, RMB Cropley 260, VI Davis in, Carole Hurkens Belly Hobbs 242, Agnes Sunl 2-11, Teddy Warmlnk 250, Helen Weets lit. MABTIHI2ING Hovey 272, Rosa AlcNab 3H, Karen Carney 319 Betty Davl- ion 350, Alice Kollbas 354 Hermans 251, Judy Mikalscxi 293, Mas a GosTiin.TiOfi 35S, Wary Thomion 3 PS Bernlce Hay 350, Pat Plomp 166, Jean Burl 354, Shfrley Plonlke 761 FRIENDLY LEAGUE Bill Kelly Ken ScMahl 315, Bob Nelson 333, sandy McKeniie 135, George Vlfincault 313, Jotin Symfr 711, Maureen Simpson 249, Adelaide MicNall 217, Dean Stetson 3S3, LETHflRIDGE BANKS Jean Groves 24B, Kalhy ?33, Karen Lavvson 730, Louise MuniiiQ 31B, Lvelel 111, Ella McCcll 333, Buck McNeily 239, Dennis Hanzel Don Blloiyr 31D, GREENS SHOES ,ine Chanda 376, KarLyn Spllier 307 June Taylor 311 Bev Mere! Dlanne Violini 310 Brenda Pedersen 2f1 (7WJ, Lfnda M acorn ion 2W Norm Tollcy-3JO (705) Randy Wotslcncroft ?J5 Bcrl Meiei 315 Kuril 324 Cecil Murakami 305 Sam Gfrardl 3W Al Smith 293 VASA LODGE Ness 243, Lil Hegland Niels Blanch! 231, Jim Berry 207. EAGLES LODGE Norman Miller 3iJ, Geo. Zarychl Jt9. Jcrfin larocguc 2-Jl, Cyril Barren 337, Ear) Langille 3J2, Ron Dola 2J3, Frank Gorda 3J3, AITcc Anderson Jeai iV-alchell 231, Prtyl Woore Ar.gn Fuller 340, Marie Rarncll 2J1. NU MODE HOMES Marilyn Hembrolf 30) Sandy Flihcr 285, Pal Ruilon Mel Amaf- (Oj JS3, Jean Conine 2SJ, Margo Mc- LRughlin 354, iVfliy 37T, Chris SchuU 374, Dorothy Olshaskl 2W, Slewarl 335, Eileen t I'-tli 3J7, Ann Reed 333, Doreen Gcrla 333. NOW OPEN Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE onals weren't sufficiently arcd." But in tlie Moscow matches iey'11 try to show everything icy can do. And generally they ar. do a great deal." Bobrov cautioned that Soviet oaches, players and fans iculd not "flatter" themselves bout the fine Russian showing Canada. He said that since turning to Moscow he had eard fans say the Canadians "disappointing" and 'aren't so strong." "f don't agree with Jobrov saill. "Of course, the Canadians are not gods, as many of our ans thought. But they are un- ciibledly first-class players." The Canadian fans were 'cool" at first and "looked down on our Eobrov in a separate interview in ho Communist youth paper Komsomolskaya Pravda. But aller the first game, he added, 'the Canadians realized that not pupils, but strong sports- men just like them, had coma to play." Bobrov praised the Canadian jrcnd of pro hockey, calling it 'much rougher, fasler and more accurate than the ama- teur variely." But he said there arc also shortcomings. "The Canadian professionals seldom launch fast counter-at- ho said. "They are slow in attack and this allows the defencemen to get hack and (okc up defensive posi- tions." He also said the Canadian goalies are "not reliable enough." "They get confused when the puck is being played close lo their Bobrov said. "Even such a sound goalie as (Ken) Dryden blundered in. one of the matches when the for- wards were passing near his goal." Lethbridge Fish and Game Assoc. ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING FOR A SKEET LEAGUE SUN., SEPT. 17-2 P.M. 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