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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April 3, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 STAFF ENTRANCE SAVE ME t.SOMEFOR 'QUSEKEEPIN1.' ME AN INCREASE KI a ME TO THINK I WAS L.OSIN1 MOKE World champ eyes vacation Trudeau honors Karen OTTAWA (CP) "I think we fallen in love with you said Prime Minister Trudeau, and Karen Magnussen cried. The petite 20-year-old world figure skating champion was being honored Monday at a Luncheon given by the Cana- dian Figure Skating Associ- ation. Between sobs, the shy blonde from Vancouver beamed ner- vously as Mr. Trudeau pre- sented her with an abstract Es- Short sport FFHST WINNER MONTREAL (CP) Goalten- der Ken Dryden has been de- clared the first winner of the Molson Cup, a new trophy awarded the member of Mon- treal Canadiens who gains the Harrison, Robinson ink pacts CALGARY (CP) Veterans Herm Harrison, tight end, and Larry Robinson, defensive half- back and place kicker, have been signed by Calgary S-am- peders for the 1973 Western Football Conference season. Robinson, 30, is starting his 13lh season with Calgary the longest any player has been with the club. He has kicked more converts, 336, and field goals, 145, than any other play- er ever in the Canadian Foot- ball League. Harrison, one of the team's top receivers and a menibar of WFC and CFL all-star teams 1968-71', is beginning his 10th season. Harrison is an import and Robinson a non-import. The Stampeders have also announced that non-import half- back Jim Silye has returned to the team after a one-year ab- sence for business reasons. Silye, a punt-returner, offen- sive or defensive halfback and wide receiver, played with Cal- gary from 1969 to 1971. most points throughout the Na- tional Hockey League season in the three-star selections. DAVIS CUP DATES TOKYO (AP) Japan and Indonesia will play April 13-15 ir Tokyo in the second round of the Eastern Zone Davis Cup tennis elimination ssries. Japan beat South Korea and Indonesia defeated Hong Kong in the first round. I LEEDS STAY ALIVE COVENTRY Leeds United maintained its hopes of scoring the English Fcotball League and cup double Monday with a 1-0 victory over entry City. It was a controlled display by Leeds, halting their recent run of poor results. They now are five points behind First Division leaders Liverpool and have a game in hand. SOFTBALL COMPUTERIZED OKLAHOMA CCITY (AP) The Aniateur Softball Associ- ation of America will go to a computerized record keeping operation this season, Don E. Porter, executive director of the association, said Monday. "We will now be able to offer our players a complete statistical breakdown for fielding, hitting and pitching." said Porter. TITLE FIGHT JUNE 23 GRENOBLE, France (API World welterweight champion Jose Napoles of Mexico will de- fend his title against Roger Menetrey of France ji Grenoble June 23, the organizers an- nounced Mondav. kimo carving on behalf of the people of Canada. Ee referred to her "courage and persistence" in winning the championship in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, after her sixth attempt "It's a wonderful honor you have brought to Canada it's something that is reflected in all of us." Miss Magnussen said that her win was unbelievable and she and her mother are "still pinci- ing ourselves to see if it's Later she talked about her fu- ture saying she had a series of skating exhibitions to perform before the end of May, then a vacation was in order. Mrs. Trudeau, in presenting Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Magnussen with a caricature drawing of their daughter, made a short speech and was congratulated by her husband before sitting down. "That was a nice he said shaking her hand to the laughter of the audience. Other guests were Environ- ment Minister Jack Davis, who represents Karen's riding in Parliament; Urban Affairs Min- ister Ron Basford, Mayor Pierre Benoit of Ottawa and Mayor Jean-Marie Seguin of Hull- Later, accompanied by Mrs. Trudeau, Miss Magnussen at- tended the daily sitting of the Commons and was introduced to the House by the prime min- ister. Describing her as the coun- try's newest good-will ambassa- dor, Mr. Trudeau said all Cana- dians shared the thrill of her "dazzling performance" at Bra- tislava. Her championship followed 14 years of skilled effort and cour- age. It has been a great year for Philadelphia Flyer fans eager to see playoffs Spring Fever Has Hit DIETER'S SKI SPORTS in COLLEGE MALL ChvcV rtiit special offer In effect Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April Stfi, 6lh and 7th only. ATALA 10 SPEED BIKE Featuring: if Quick Release Hubs if Simplex Changer if Alloy Handle Bars if Weimann Brakes Sugg. Retail Price NG SPECIAL ONLY...... 118 DIETER'S SKI SPORTS COUEGE MAIL Phone 3274553 Sweden earns surprise win MOSCOW (AP) Czech- oslovakia's defence of the world hockey championship took a tumble Monday when Sweden dumped the Czechs 2-0. That left Sweden and the So- viet Union the only two unde- feated teams after two games. The Soviets von their second game Monday 8-2 over Finland. "Everything depended on who would make the first mistake." Czech coach Vladimir Kost- ka. "We did ard that's why we lost the game." Swedcns Mats Ahlberg fired a shot at Czech goalie Jiri Holo- cek who pushed the puck to Dan Soderstrom. The Swede slid it into th3 unguarded net. The Swedes scored again three minutes later when T o r d LoEdslrom wheeled out from behind the net and faked Holo- cek out of position. Valery Kharlarnox'. Vladimir Shadrin. Vladimir Petrov. Vva- cheslav Anisin, Boris Mikhailov and Alexander Gusev scored single goals for the Soviets and Alexander Martynyuk got two. Veli-Pekka Kctola and Henry Leppa scored for Finland. Today, the face Vest Germany and the Saneis nJav Poland. PHILADELPHIA (CP> There's a lot more to the Flyers than being Philadelphia's favor- ite wrecking crew. Brash, loose, and hungry, they are the prod- uct of a skilfully-organized cam- paign to win the Stanley Cup. "It may not happen this year, but will win the Stanley savs Ed Snider, the ruddy-cheeked mod boss of the Flyers. Snider owns 60 per cent of the National Hockey League franchise. But Cup fever gripped Phila- delphia as never before Monday morning as thousands of fans fought for playoff tickets at the Spectrum, home of the Flyers. Dozens of police had trouble keeping order as remain- ing tickets were sold out in half an hour- The Flyers broke 35 club records while finishing second in the West Division of the Na- tional Hockev League and meet Minnesota North Stars in the first game of the quarter-final playoffs at home Wednesday night. The Flyers are one of the youngest teams in the NHL with six rookies in the lineup against the older and more ex- perienced North Stars. But both clubs have their hitters, al- though no one has been able to match the Flyers in penalties. EVEN WITH MONTREAL The Flyers average 24 years of age and won the season series from the North Stars 3-2 And Philadelphia is the only team in the league to hold the favored Montreal Canadiens even with a 2-2-1 mark "I've been blessed with a lot of good hockey teams, but this is the best team I've ever coached.'' coach Fred Shero of the Flyers. "The players not only fought for each other on the ice, but they stood up for each other off the ice. They'd even lie to pro- tect a team-mate. I like that. Everyone pulling for everyone else." The other three best-of-seven quarter-final playoffs series also open Wednesday night with Buffalo Sabres against the Ca- nadiens at Montreal, New York Rangers against the Bruins at Boston and St Louis at Chicago against the Black Hawks- Second' games in all series are at the same sites and third and fourth games are scheduled fo- Saturdav and Sunday at Minnesota, Buffalo, New York and St. Louis. WON'T CHANGE Shero says the Flyers won't change their big hitting game for the playoffs. In the regular season Philadelphia set an NHL record of minutes in pen- alties, an average of 22.4 min- utes a game. They were shorthanded 359 times and had 69 goals scored against them on the power play, tops in the league. But the Flyers also have the best power play going, having scored 74 times. got joung players, tough players and that's the I way we're going to play j says Bobby Clarke, runner-up in the NHL scoring race with 37 goals and 67 assists for 104 points. Clarke and Rick MacLeish are the first centres on the same team to score 100 points in a single season in NHL his- tory. MacLeish got his 50th goal and 100th point on the final night of the season Sunday, and owner Snider called It the ''most remarkable over-all per- i formance in NHL history." MacLeish wcs almost dropped from the team after he showed nothing early in the season. He had scored only ons goal for the Flyers in 17 games last season before going to the minors. This i I year he lee! the NHL in power-' ptey goals with 21. i Kick. has been drawing bonuses since he scored {his first 20 goals this season, has beon promised a raise in his three-} ear contract Clarke lias a five-year contract calling for S100.W9 a year. Snider says be has no fear of any of his players jumping to Jhr rival WorM Hockey Associ- alinn i "Oar enlire rosier except one i player already is signed he S33'S. Except for (Cowboy) Bill Flett, the ex-rodeo performer who scored 43 goals, the Flyers are in good shape. Flett is nurs- ing a painful bruised hip but is expected to play on one of the Flyers two main Clarke and Billy Barber, rookie- o f-the-year candidate who scored 30 goals. Coach Jack Gordon of the North Stars talked in a tele- phone hookup to the Spectrum Monday and said his club is in its best shape of the season. Gordon noted the Flyers have THE LETHBRIDGE COUNTRY CLUB Invites Applications for Membershp Club Opening Sunday, April 1st President Dr. Ed Cairns Fk 328-3666 Club Manager Club Professional Don Lymburner Ed Englehardt ClUB PHONE NUMBER 328-2527 PO BOX 387 Bowling Banter JEANETTE SMEED bowler-of-the-month A PAIR of sparkling per- formances earned Jean- ette Smced and Ku-tz the coveted bowler-of-the- month awards at Capri Bowl Jeanette blistered the pins in Knights of Columbus with games of 285, 365 and 300 for a 950 triple and if she con- tinues to hit the high spots there is every reason to be- lieve that she'll be a strong contender for the Western Canada women's singles' crown in Winnipeg during Easter she's a former Western champion, the only One of the top mixed team efforts ever recorded at Capri was rolled in Prebuilt Social when the Butchers came through with a rousirg on the strength of Melanie Wilson's 274, Linda Malcom- son's 303, Doreen Wilson's In YBC tournament play, doubles variety, Greg Schaf- fer and Ken Tunbridge team- ed up to take the honors in Bantam Jets while first in Bantam boys were Bill Taylor and Russ Derkson Kathy Joevenazzo and Pam McDon- ald tied with Karen Ludwig and Laurena Kreutz for first place in the Bantam girls' division while Renee Barton and Wendy Terry won out hi the Junior girls' division Kim Kovacs and Peter Lar- son won the Senior boys' crown the winners in the Junior mixed were Cry- stal Miyashiro and David Able In the Family Two- some rolloffs, Capri's repre- sentatives in the provincial final in Calgary May 6 have been determined In the Bantam girls' category Bill Stanton teamed up with daughter Patty to earn the trip to Calgary while MsrvSe Bunnage and con Meryten won the Bantam boys' crown Father George and Jenni- Plenly cf games in men's league play for the v.cek ir.cludms Frank Bern- hart's 318 in Senior Citizens, Pcdersen tr.ole. Jack Smesd 316 and C50. Bob CcstE'izo Barr> ToHcstrup 345 and Morgan Sparks 343 in Knights of Columbus In Gordie's it was Bruno Baccda 365 and 79i. Ab Pas- j 340 and 833. George 530, Randy Wol- stoacroft Kim Kovacs 32fi and Steve MTCCT 312 and 812, Ryo Xagala 306 and Tn women's league action. the week's leaders -uerc Barb 233 and 795. Suz- an Wolsstoncrofl 30R and T6i. BdiUi Craig 346 and AnneVe NerilJo 318 and 72-) in Hica's. Linda Jlalcomwrn -W in PnebuiJl wiUi Myraa Tjm- crrscn the tvccVs in Knighls of 23" Marj: Sccfrifd paced Wil- son's Junior Shop with 316 and 750 while high in Speed's were Maureen Fergus 313 and 731, Eea Salmon 301 and Jcandfc -132 vorne Block led Scars villi ard Jbe in Martmi7inc vitro t as- 32" Ermur iVrvJ TG KEV KURTZ boviler-of-the-month Lethbridge bowler ever to capture a singles title Ken took the men's monthly honor with a great 930 triple in Green's Shoe's on the strength of 316, 319 and 295, and he is fast developing into one of the finest trundlers in the city Darwin Roman- chuk is the men's bowler-of- week with an 875 in Pre-built, posting 220, 340 and 315, while Edith Craig, with an average of 181. got the nod among the gals with a 346 in Higa's, one of the top scores of her life. 293, Bill Hleucka's 272 and Darwin Romanchuk's 315 a reminder that the Leth- bridge Fivepin Bowling As- sociation's general meeting and election of officers is scheduled for this Thursday at 8 p.m. at Capri all bowlers are urged to turn out- fer Mabin copped the Junior girls' title with Jean Passey and daughter Carolyn winning the Senior girls' crown Honors in Senior boys went to Kim Asquis and Father Don Ross high scores in the Bantam boys' class were Mark Gretzinger 211. Michael Gerla 221. Geoff Krokosh 268 and Mervlen Bunnage 268 and a 733 triple with the par- ents paced by Kyoto Shige- hiro 252. Karen Taylor 2Pfi, Wayne Seibel 264 and Gary Tunbridge 347 and 834 In Bantam girls it was Patty Stanton 186, Dianne Crighton 173 and Sandra Hamilton 179 with high among the parents being Bill Stanton 281, Dot Miyashiro 252, Margie Reid 263, Linda Hovey 300 and Pat Hunt 276 Juniors-Seniors it was Kim Kovacs and 717, Linda Malcomson 312 and 803 and Delorey Pocza 279 with Bill Henderson's 255, Jean Passey's 304 and 734 and Eldon Westiing's 260 tops among the parents. 853. Ken Kurtz 311 and 796, Tak Katakami 810 and Jack Smeed 834 In Green's Shoes the leaders were Ken Kurtz 353. Hugh Christie 316. Handy Wolstoncroft 305 and 794 and Cec Beaudry 326 and 784 Larry Veres paced Eagles Lodge with Rjo Tvagata in JCCA wilh 300 and 807, Lew Mills Civil Ser- vice 335 and 863 and in Fri- day YBC it was Tom Miklos 338 and Bill Doyle 3W and in Leu Scbneib- ner spared aces. ersem's 288 and 735, June Tay- lor's 259 and 734 and Linda 293 and 79fi lops in Green's In NuMode Homes Joan -loncs rolled 3fl2 and Marge McLaughlin a 734 Ir5plp while I'at riomp paced CwiitnjfJio sis .ind In Hornet, Jean bad 303 and 798. Donna Firth and Avril Dobkr 299 Leaders in Doug's Sports were Elaine Tampions 300, Guila Burmaee 299 and 774 with EdiWi Vdh's 2KH and 739 hicti in Civil Ser- vice. Alma 289 lops an O'R and Linda Mai- and 749 ond Lori hu.h m the advantage of home ice. 'We've got to get a win out of the first two he said. It's a tough series, with four gcmes in five days including a Sunday afternoon appearance on Minnesota ice. "We have old legs, but we know how lo use he said. The Flyers have been saying they have the young legs that will carry them to victory. "I d_on't know if there is that much "of an Gordon said in discussing his team's sawy. "Perhaps we wouldn't get as flustered as a young club. "But a lot of little edges you think you might have doesn't amount to much really." Team Canada stars one-two MONTREAL (CP) Two players who provided much of the centre ice strength for Team Canada in their historic series against the Soviet Union last fall, have finished one-two in the National Hockey League's individual scoring race. Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins captured the title with a 26-point edge over Bobby Clarice, the 23-year-old captain of Philadelphia Flyers. Esposito finished with 55 goals and 75 as- sists as he played in all of his club's 78 games while Clarke had 104 points on 37 goals and 67 assists. Esposito, who has won the NHL's scoring title the past three seasons and four of the last five, collects a total of as winner of the Art Ross Trophy and for leading the scoring in each half of the season. Clarke receives as over-all runner-up while the Bruins' Orr gets as runner- up to Esposito in the second half. Orr, the Bruins' offensive- minded defenceman, missed 15 games this year with an aching knee, but still managed a third- place finish scoring 101 points, one more than sophomore Rick MacLeish of Philadelphia. Orr had 29 goals and 72 assists while MacLeish, who had only 17 goals in his initial NHL cam- paign, had 50 goals and an equal number of assists. Detroit's Mickey Redmond finished with 52 goals, second only to Esposito, and with his output the Red Wings' right winger established an NHL record for most goals by a right winger in a season. The pre- vious mark of 50 was held jointly by Maurice Richard and Bernard Geoffrion, both former Canadiens. Ken Dryden of the Canadiens and Roy Edwards of Detroit led the goalkeepers with shutouts- six, while Dryden and team- mates Michel Plasse and VVayne Thomas combined to give Montreal the lowest goals against average to win the Ve- zina Trophy. The Canadiens' netminding trio allowed 184 goals for an average of 2.36. FINAL SCORING LEADERS G A Pis Pirn Esposito, Bos....... 55 75130 87 Clarke, Pha 37 67104 SO Orr, Bos 72 !OI MacLeish, Pha..... 50 50 100 6? Lemaire, Mtl ti. 51 95 16 Ratelle, NY