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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednwdoy, April 18, 1973----------------- Try new techniques learned in series Soviets copy Team ANDY CAPP MOSCOW (AP) When the Soviet Union swept undefeated to the world hockey champion- ship, there echoes of last year's Soviet-Canada series on the ice and off. In one game, defender Alex- ander Gusev fired a slapshot from the blushne at the Czech- oslovakian goal and Boris Mik- hailov, stationed in the slot in front of the goal like a Russian Phil Esposito, tipped the puck with his stick and it flew into the net. Russian forwards, :nore than ever before, dumped the puck into the corners of the rink and then chased after it in Canadian style rather than setting up an intricate series of passes culmi- nating in a shot on the goal. Some Russian fans even started -waving Soviet banners in the stands to lead cheers. That was in contrast to the Sep- tember Canadian series when the outnumbered visitors man- aged to outshout the Russian fans. And schoolchildren artists, in a series of hockey paintings that hung in the Sports Palace, turned in a dozen pictures deal- ing with the Soviet-Canadian series Rival coaches such as Len Lunde of Finland and Kjell Sev- SALESMAN OF THE MONTH! We ore pleased to an- nounce Brian Franz has earned the distinction of salesman of the month for March. We congratu- late him on this fine achievement. BRIAN FRANZ Fleming Motors Ltd. Cor. 7th St. and 1st Ave S. Ph. 327-1591 ensson of Sweden there no doubt the Snvirt team had been helped by the Cana- dian series. Victorious coach Vsevolod Bobrov indicated his players had benefited from eight games with the Cana- dians, who had four wins and a tie in the series. Ccach Vladimir Kostka of Czechoslovakia said the "strong combat with the Canadians" he'ped the Soviet coaches make a "complete overhaul of tin team." He didn't mean that the So- viets now were copying the Ca- nadians, but that the Canadian games had made the Soviet players even better. What could be seen in the So- viet play was that there was more shooting by defcrtT-men from the point near the blue- line. D3fenders were attacking more and there was more- vanety to the Soviet play. Most experts did not detect any ma- jor change in Soviet hockey style, but there were some added touches learned in the Canadian series It should be noted that tiie So- viets crushed outnianncd teams like West Gsrmany and Poland and had little trouble with the Finns or Swedes in running up a 10-0 record in the to rnrment tnat ended Sunday. Even against the Czzz'as, who dropped to third place, the So- viet seemed always to have the game well in hand and able to keep up the unrelenting pres sure that caused opponents to crumple in the end. USED MORE MUSCLE Some who have watched a lot of Soviet hockey, thought per- haps the Soviets did use a bit more muscle m the cuuiers of the area where they had bsen outplayed by the Ca- nadians COME 'ERE! WHfiTWlTOL VOUABQUT VOUR CANADA'S FINEST CIGARETTE' WARNING The Department or National Heal'h and Welfare advises mat danger to health increases with amount STiokcd DEN W AN THERE'S yOU SAVIN1 ON THE CHANCE THAT BE. VALUABLE. AGAIN 'SOME Wilson honest, but he's wrong umboldt quits CALGARY (CP) Humbo'dt 3roncos cf the Sas.katchEwan Junior Hockey League face sus- pension today after the team Tuesday from its Cen- :ecmal cup quarter-final series vi'.h Portage la Prairie Terriers citing deliberate attempts to in- ure Humboldt players. Joe Kryczka of Calgary, pres- c'ent of the Canadian Amateur icckey Association, said Tues- day night he would maks a de- on the susoension today md said Humboldt hai1 a "duty o finish the series He said in an interview that if Jrcncos fail to appear in Por- age tonight for the sixth game gainst the Manitoba Junior League champions, they have "forfeited the series." Terry Hennlng, coach of the Broncos, said he sent a tele- gram to _ Frank Gennann, the CAHA representative in Sas- katchewan, after Monday night's brawl-filled game won by Humboldt 7-4. The win left Broncos trailing 3-2 in the best- of-seven series. Gennann, in Wilcox, Sask., said the series had not been called off officially and that he was exploring all avenues to have the schedule completed. George Allard cf Winnipeg, secretary-manager cf the Mani- toba Amateur Hockey Associ- aton, said until a withdrawal was received "in black and white, we will consider series on DETROIT (AP) Former ccach Johnny Wilson is honest, says the Detroit Red Wings froct office. But needy all his criticisms cf team management are false, the brass cf the National Hockey League club contended Tuesday at a news conference cf thsir own at Olympia Sta- dium. Asked if he believed most of Wilson's at a Monday news false, general manager Ned Hadcness said: "I'd definitely say that" Among the Wilson criticisms denied, or at least explained from an opposite viewpoint, were that: Executive Vice President Jim Bishcp, and other management personnel ers bomb LETHBRIDGE ELKS AND THE LETHBRIDGE Ml Present their 1st Annual... By THE CANADIAN PRESS Saskatoon Blades will have the advantage of a good rest when they start play in the Western Canada Hockey League final after winning the Eastern Division title Tuesday in shut- out style. They defeated Flin Flon continually interfered with Wil- son's coaching duties: was never able to talk freely to owner Bruce Norris about his job; Wings played to their potential, and Harkness over- sold their capabilities; aren't enough pros- pects in the farm system; and Bishop were upset that some players grew moustaches; didn't have the final say on anything. AGREE ON SOME Some Wilson statements were accurate, to a point, according to the Wings' brass. Among them: superstar Gordie Howe, a team vice president, wasn't consulted on the Wilson firing or mast ciher hockey matters; suggested captain Alex Delvecchio be spot played; scouts watched Wings' practices and advised Wilson what to do afterwards; wanted a "yes" man as coach. blasted Wilson over the phone for giving the team Thanksgiving Day cff. Harkness acknowledged hav- ing meetings with Wilson "most every but said they were just to give him advice and as- sess situations. "At no time did anybody from Mr. Norris on down, tell him what players to bench or net he said, denying a spe- cific Wilson claim. "He had carte blanche treatment from Mr. Norris to do whatever he wanted." FOUND NONE "There was no interference that I know of from any Henderson Lake Ice Centre, Lefhbridge Easter Weekend FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY APRIL 20, 21, 22 8 TEAMS 15 GAMES ADMISSION PRICES Single Game Adults 75c; Students 50c; Children to 14 25c Save! Buy an All-Day Ticket Good for all 5 Gomes that day. Come and go as you please! Day Ticket Adults 2.50; Students 1.75; Children to 14 1.00 Tickets available at Doug's Sports, Marcel's Smoke Shop, lethbria'ge Elks Club and at the Door Lethbridge will be represented by the Provincial Champion Midget Elks Also Teams from Regina Moose Jaw -jfc- Calgary -fa Cold Lake Medcine Hat Cranbrook Kimberley This Advertisement Sponsored by the Following Civic Minded Business Firms and Individuals: ALBERTA MEAT MARKET 510 6th Ave. S. Phone 327-3492 Bill Crighton, Bob Crighton, Ron Crighton CARBERT HOWE McKEEN Adjusters Ltd. 1014 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5788 Bro. Elks Harold Carbert and fat Howt CHARITON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 Bro. Jim Hill PESI-COIA 2907 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-1310 I COLLEGE CINEMA PARAMOUNT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Bros. Doug and Bob Shackleford I CURRIE'S FOODS LTD. 1519 9th Ave. S. Phone 327-2O44 I CRESTLJNE BUILDERS MARKET LTD. 123 30th St. N. Phone 327-5444 Elk Virtte Totb I DIETRICH'S TRUCK EQUIPMENT 134 North Mayor Magrath Dr. Phone 328-3254 Elk "Dick" Dietrich i FERGUSON PAINT LTD. 318 7th St. S. Phone 328-4595 Bro Frank Ferguson i FLEMING MOTORS LTD. "Your ChryOer, Plymov'b, Dodge Truck Dealer" 7th St. and 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET LTD. "AT THE CROSSROADS OF CANADA'S CATTIE COUNTRY" FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 5th Sf. S. Phone 327-5747 Elk Johnny Deak GRAHAM JOHNSON UPHOLSTERY 411 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3470 Bro. Jerry Johnson HUP.LBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. 1920 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-4705 Bros. Keith and Ted HoribuH KEY REALTY and INSURANCE 1524 9th Ave. S. Phone 328-6671 Howard Yanosik, Doug Fleming, Trevor Hanscn, Vem Morgan, H. P. Bcrger KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and llth St. S. Phone 328-9271 Ken Robison KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Lsthbridge Tober Fernie, B.C. Elks Bill and Gary Kirk LES SORENSEN EXCAVATING LTD. 2303 6th Ave. S. Phone 327-8183 LETHBRIDGE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION LTD. 1520 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-091C Elk Bob ludwig LOOK MOBILE HOMES 2nd Ave. and 12th St. 'A' S. Phone 327-3744 Bro Jock look MAJORETTE RESTAURANT 612 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-7511 Elk Gene Mah NU-M.ODE HOMES LTD. 1277 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-1130 ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 1702 Mayor Magrath Drive Westminster Village Bro. Wayne Gehm PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. 2920 9th Ave. N. Phone 328-8891 Jim Kelly R1TT WAY KEATING AIR CONDITIONING LTD. 136 N. Mayor Magrath Dr. Phone 328-3172 328-2516 I STARUTE MOTEL 10th Ave. and M. M. Drive Phone 327-8515 Ted Bertando, Denny KJeldgaard I SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE 1804 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-0313 SCHWAPTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. College Shopping Mall Phone 328-3331 Elk logon Tail TOMORROW'S FURNITURE LTD. 1254 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-4133 Roy Brummond VARZARI IRON LTD. 2802 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1296 Bro. Bill Varzari Bombers 5-0_to win the seriesj- Nora said. "I found no inter- ference." Detroit finished with a 37-29- 12 record for fifth in the East, missing the playoffs by two points behind Buffalo Sabres on the last day of the season. But the 86 points in league "stand- ings was more than the total amassed by six of the last nine Wings teams that made the playoffs. Detroit, which has been in the playoffs once in the last seven years, has had five coaches since 1969. It had only five be- fore that dating to its first sea- son, 1926-27. Wilscn said the Wings had players capable cf finishing with 84 or 86 points and no higher. AIMED TOO LOW "John Wilson would have been satisfied with fourth place and had set as an objective 84 to 86 said the club statement. "Management be- lieved and does believe that this objective was too low." 1 in Madeline Hat the Ti- gers bombed Edmonton Oil Bangs 8-1 to tie the Western Di- final 2-2 That best-of- scven series will need at least two more games before the vic- tor is decided. EXPLODE FOR SIX At Medicine Hat, the Tigers exploded for six unanswered goals in the second period to earn the win. It was then" sec- ond victory on home ice after drcppirg two to the Oil Kings in Edmonton. The third game in the series is scheduled tonight in Edmonton. Ken G-assoff led the Tigers with two goals with Ed John- stone, Bojd Anderson, Barry Dean, Tom Lysiak, Dick Jel- lema and Brad Gassoff adding the others. Kocky Maze scored Edmon- of the final period. Tigers held a 1-0 lead after the first period and a com- manding 7-0 margin after 40 mdnutes of play. i" (Gulf SPRING THAW TUNE-UP SPECIAL 6 cylinder (Includes labor) SERVICO CENTRE 3316 1st Ave. S. (Across from tht OPEN 8 A.M. TO 3 P.M. Offer expires April 19, 1973 8 cylinder 28" (Includes labor) HERE'S WHAT WE DO Klnstall (new) Cnampion spark plugs (new) condenser Klnstall (new) points fPiessure test cooling system, check rod and hoses KTop vp power steering, transmission and master cylinder K'Service battery KXheck windshield wipers yClean all windows inside and out. yVocvum mat and ash trays VExamine exhaust system VChetk front end suspension Kfxatnine steering and linkage K'Check all lights and signals FHONf FOR AN APPOINTMENT TODAY 328-922S ;