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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIDGE ANDY CAPP SHOW vou SNAPSHOTS, CAN LAY MY IX MISSUS SHOWED US 'IS FUEL AN1 LIGHT BILLS INSTEAD.' ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD, if Fire Auto Bonds Liability Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Established 1911 Royal Insurance Phone 327-1541 Toros to trade Wayne Carleton? TORONTO (CP) Toronto Toros are in the process of trading their captain, Wayne Carleton, but his destination remains a secret. Toros' general manager Buck Houle admitted today the World Hockey Association team was "in the process of trading but said it could be one of a number of clubs with whom they have been negotiating Houle said the most serious talks had been with Van- couver Blazers, "but we'll have more to say on it in the next two or three days." Dial-a-friend. Zenith 6-6O14. Just call us toll-free from anyw'iere in Alberta. Or ask your travel agent to reserve a room. That way when you stay in Calgary, you'll stay with friends. Downtown Calgary. 9th Ave. 1st St., next to the Calgary Towen My health comes first N'SELE, Zaire (AP) World heavyweight champion George Foreman, saying he is his own doctor, promised Wednesday to try to be ready to fight Muhammad Ali Oct. 23. But he insisted "my health comes first" in the efforts to reschedule the boxing match. "No dollar is worth a closed fist when it comes to my eye and my physical Foreman said at his first public appearance since an eye cut Monday forced post- ponement of his Sept. 25 title defence. Foreman declined to predict when the cut might be healed, but Ali's ring physician, Dr. Ferdinand Pacheco, express- ed doubts about the way the champion's injury is being treated, suggesting the method, acknowledged by Foreman to be "home made style." is as reliable as snake oil. Ah said it made no difference to him when Foreman could fight. He told reporters: "I'll let The Mummy wear a headgear if he wants. I'll sign a contract that I won't go near his eye and I'll beat him anyway." The champion pushed aside suggestions that he might be a prisoner at his Congo River compound, guarded by Zaire troops armed with sub- machine guns. He said he would like to get out to shop, "but the people are so sweet that it offsets be- ing guarded so much. Foreman described the home-made bandage over the inch long cut on his right eye as an invention of his manager, Dick Sadler Sadler will be using his 35 years of boxing experience to figure out when the bandage should come off WHITBY HAS COACH WHITBY (CP) Jim Cherry, former coach of Oshawa Generals of the On- tario Hockey Association Ma- jor Junior A series, has been named coach of the new Whitby frachise in the OHA senior circuit. DATSUN I 610 S _ S IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A SMALL CAR THAT GIVES YOU A LOT MORE THAN JUST MILEAGE DATSUN Intermediate "A champs The Pass Hotel Toros were crowned the Alberta Intermediate "A" fastball champions recently. Besides the provincial trophy the Toros also picked up the Columbia Brewery Trophy for winning the Crowsnest Pass League tournament and the Commodore Home trophy for winning a Blairmore tournament. Pictured back row, left to right, are: Ron Dambois, Bob Young, Garry Leithead, Moe Gau- thier and Darryl Ferguson. Front, left to right: captain Roy Hill, coach Al Baird, bat boy Alvin Baird Jr., manager Ron Mielke and Lloyd Pawluk. Missing are Les Mat- lock, John Baker, John Oman and Wayne Ford. Junior owners not getting WHA money FOREIGN CAR iiethbridge) LTD Phone 328-9651 1102-3rd Ave. S. g TORONTO (CP) A new clause in contracts being of- fered players in the Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A series this year is attracting grave reviews in Ottawa, but a Toronto lawyer familiar with player-owner agreements says it is the only way junior hockey operators can continue operating. Alan Eagleson, who handles a number of pro hockey stars among his clients and is ex- ecutive director of the National Hockey League Players' Association, blames the World Hockey Association for the need to revamp the player contracts, not only in the OHA but also in the Western Canada Hockey League and the Quebec Major Junior A circuit. "The concern is that some of the major junior A owners are not getting money from the WHA due Eagleson said Wednesday. "The WHA has refused to pay for players developed by these junior teams." He said because of the WHA's refusal to pay a development fee, the National Hockey League has withdrawn jts financial sup- port of the hockey program that paid hefty prices to clubs of graduating juniors who turned professional. The new contract, prepared by Toronto lawyer Joe Kane, demands that 20 per cent of the player's worth during his first three years of professional hockey be return- ed through the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) to the player's last junior team to compensate that organization for development. Under an earlier agreement with the NHL, the major junior A teams received 000 for an under-age player moving into the NHL. for signing any graduate junior among the top 50 draft choices, and a graded lesser amount for subsequent signings. OHA Major Junior A dele- gates picked up their new con- tracts at a meeting in Toronto earlier this week. Some junior teams have not yet made them available to the players. A report Tuesday from Ot- tawa said players, agents, lawyers and family members held a stormy meeting Sunday night to discuss the new contract and were so upset by Uic percentage clause that the league called a meeting in Toronto Monday to settle the issue This was denied Wednesday, however, by OHA business manager Bill Hanley. who said Ihc junior teams did not FIGHT NIGHT OUT TORONTO Toronto light fans can see the world heavyweight championship fight between liUeholder Joe Foreman and challenger Muhammad Ali in Zaire on Sept 25 9 45 p m. EOT Sept. 24 with all the amenities of a night on the town A downtown hold is offering the complete program reception, dinner and closed circuit viewing at a cost of a person even pick up their contracts until Monday. He said there was no discussion whatever by the owners of the new contract and its anticipated ramificatons. Hanley said a com- missioner, to be named by the OHA Major Junior A series "sometime this would be responsible for explaining the clause to players and other team personnel. Eagleson, noting a number of players from the OHA jumped to the WHA last season without their former junior team receiving any compensation, cited the case of Toronto Marlboros. "The Marlboros alone lost the Howes (Marty and Wayne Dillon, Tom Edger and Peter Mann to the WHA." said Eagleson. The two Howes, Dillon and Edger still were eligible to play junior hockey last season when they moved into pro ranks and under the earlier formula worked out with the NHL the Marlboros would have received in development fees. They received nothing "I'm certainly not in agree- ment with a clause of this na- ture being in a player's con- tract." said Eagleson. "But I can also appreciate the di- lemma that faces OHA owners. "It was included for finan- cial protection a develop- ing fee "I don't know of any junior owner who is making a dime at the gate. Without these moneys coming from the pros most of them could go out of operation He added, however, he did not feel it was fair to tax a young player on a percentage basis, suggesting the WHA should enter into an agreement with the CAHA similar to that under which the NHL operated. OPTICAL PMSCHtPTION CO. Specialists in all types of Engines ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING WISCONSIN ENGINE Sates and CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. 1805- 3rd Avomw South Phont 32i-i181 ;