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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SPORT Fridoy, Ommb.i I, 1972 IHt UTHEflDOE HERALD 15 es from ANDY Weaver is busy trying to deal I HONOLULU (AP) "Let's i Thursday at Ihe winter baseball; Cubs made the only deals i make UK trade or forget j meetings, as a result. Weaver of tne day. said Baltimore manager Earl went swimming instead of mak- First, the Twins sent handy- Weaver. "Let's do something." ing a trade. i man Ctsar Tovar to the Phillies The Orioles almost did some- Minnesota Twins, Phi'.a- for outfielder Joe Lis and pitch- Vrith Atlanta Braves delpWa Phillies and Chicago ers Ken Sanders and Ken Rey- nolds. Tnen Minnesota traded south- paw relief pitcher Dave La- roc-he to the Cubs for right- handed pitchers Bill Hands, Joe Decker and Bob Maneely. Atlanta slugger Earl Williams was the man that Weaver or, eted. "Get me arid we'll IF THIS sounds like rubbing salt into a wound, it's intended that way. Most of the fall big game season, hunters every- where have been crying that our elk, moose and lolling on Waikiki Beach. Ironically, the big names v.ere agreed upon by the teams, nummi 4-1 over Kings CALGARY 'Spcdal> Cal-1 Canucks took eight of IS Hun- gary Canucks won their eighth or penalties and each team was straight home game Thursday i assessed two majors, night defcatin? Lethbridpe Su-! Meanwhile Edmonton Mc-ts, ear Kings 4-1 in an Alberta Jun-1 !ed by newcomer Bill Kidd, for Hocii'v League game. (banded DrumbeUer Falcons a .....6-2 defeat. Kidd. who played 'or Edmoo- (on Maple Leafs last season, scored two goals in the third Phee each scored two goals for period. Other Edmonton goals th" Can-rte aid the Sugar! went to Dave Bell, Gord Enm- Kings' lone goal was by Dave acombe, Peter Skrabyk and Eyd Li-chfield. Warren Cook pick- i Rayner. ed up assists on all four Cal- Falcons' goals botn were Ear? goals scored by Ryan Wecker. Calgary led after the first j The clubs were tied 1-1 after period and 4-1 after the second oce period and Edmonton held end ouUhoi Lethbridge 55-25. a 3-1 edge going into the final 1 frame. Edmonton took six of the 11 minor penalties arid each club was. assessed tv.o majors. Jack V.'aikc-r made saves in the DnrmheBer net while Ray McLeod in the Edmonton net turned aside S3 drives. The win put the Canucks within three poinlj of front-run- nirg Red Deer Rustlers. Dean Magee and Ian Mac- deer populations in tlie west and a little known player broke foothills had it. The animals are going j up the deal. j and they are getting scarcer and scarcer every year, j The Orioles were set to send Scores of hunters have come home empty handed, j shortstop Mark Belanger, pitch-1 They reported that not only did they not see any- thing, hut there wasn't a sign of big game life. Manv of the big gamers v.ho bagged an animal felt they'nailed the odd stray that was still wandering around in the hills. One of the latest aerial- searches for big game in the west country took place during the past week, and again the sightings were quite something. At least one herd of elk numbering between 150 and 200 have moved out of the high country and are foraging on the lower winter ranges. What's pushed these animals down is hard to say, but they have been in the same locality for nearly a month. Again, the odd animal taken out oi this herd is counted out as a stray and there has been, no other notice taken. At time's a dozen or more hunters roamed near the elk without ever blowing they were around. At times the odd hunter would move in with the motionless herd. But. going within a few hundred yards of the main herd has not been too uncommon. The animals have good food, water and cover. Nearby traffic does not appear to make them too nervous. sports menu SATURDAY ir by the addition of three new players. Perry Shockey, a de; fenceman from Taker. Red i Deer produces Bruce Small and Darrell Zaparrjiuk wi'l piay with the Kings tonight in Drum- heller and Saturday night in Edmonton. Three more players are ex- I pected a', the firs', of next week. In another area, between 100 and 150 moose have moved to higher treeline country and they are calling it home. Many oi these animals moved up when the hunting season opened in the west country. They do not appear to have any reluctance at coming out inlo the open to feed at all hours of the day. Cold weather and deep snow will probably push these animals back down to lower elevations after the season closes. Tne moose are in a territory v.here there ap- ers Pa! DobKin and Eddie Watt ar.d catcher Johnny Oatfes to At- give up Taylor Duncan, a 19-; j year-old shortstop prospect. j Along with Williams, the Braves offered inlielder Marty j Perez and Leo Foster, another mir.or league shortstop. Tne deal thus exploded after three days of intense negotia-; tions between the teams. If the deal is DO: made by 3 a.m., E5T, Saturday, it won't: be made at all. That's the dead-: line for trading between the i American and National Leagues. Tr.e 32-year-old Tovar was easily the biggest name in Thursday's multiple-player swaps. Tovar hit over .300 in i )S70 and 1S71 but dropped to .245 last year. Lifetime, be j owns a .231 batting average. "I'd rather have him at bat with a man on third and one out or less than anyone on our said Philadelphia man-; ET CANADIAN PRESS fore be was benched by learn on his way to setting at least a ager Danny Ozark. "He gets a doctors who insisted the knee j personal scoring record, if not a pitce of the ball." Bobby Orr took more than I more 24-year- i league mark, in the M'orld Sanders. 31, a right-handed five month; to get back to regu-; defenceman returned to Hockey Association. He scored relief pitcher, v.-as with Mil- lar Hockey League ac-1 jg. j his 20th and 21st goals in his waukee last year, compiling a tioa after his mid-summer knee njoht Orr owned 2itn Easae Thursday night. 2-? record with 17 saves. operation, but lately his j. rf with his i The two goals led New York 25, had a 2-15 ery has accelerated arasucany. "Reason On a Raiders to a o-2 victory over LET'S WAIT UNTIL SATURDAY FOR HEAVY BLOVi'S Lethbridge Boxi-.g Club coach Osc-sr Ocfney keepj a eye or, ligerweighls Perry Odney, left arid Stump. Yovng Odney and Stump bolh lee action Saturday evening in a 12-bout card at the Civic Centre. The bouts are being staged in conjunction with the officials clinic which oets under way tonight at seven at tne Civic. (Bill Groenen Photo) Bobby couldn't wait so Sabres suffered Reynolds. 25, had a 2-15 ery has accelerated drastically. record with the Phillies in 1972 The Boston Bruins defen while Lis, 26. had six home Sugar Kings were bolstered pears to be a good of browse, saplings, decidu- tVirt rj tVirtwi -__ r ous and grass. They can he well protected from the wind if they decide to go into lu'ding. Tne aerial surveys also reveal smaller herds of various species of animals, as well as individuals along the lower elevations. The only conclusion that can be drawn from all six runs, 18 RBI and a .243 batting average in 65 games. The 24-year-old LaRocbe had a 5-7 record for the Twins last season. His earned run average Foremost clinic "B t' J- this is that today's hunter has either forgotten, or j year with a 3.CO ERA. He won does not know how to hunt, or they have become too j 20 games in fat and aren't vailing to do a bit of roughing. -I'm a little hi; oil still but, the winning goal at of the CnJ52der3 3.2_ A1. v.-as wiih 19 saves in 62'. thEt's beca'ose of conditioning, berta oilers tied Winnipeg Jets all relief. j Orr said after the Montreal Orr'5 other goal early in tne 5.3 End shark de- Bands. 22, paste-.! an 11-8 game. ''In a few more games: third period al-J) came on a .fta-ed Houston Aero' 6-3. last'. I'll be fine." Ir-rig shot past Sabres goalie Ro- Orr didn't wait "a few ger Croiier and it was his lost record for Chicag I more He scored eighth score oi the season. recreation board of Fore- mcrit h pisTLiin? an officials referee5 rvxrity clinic S day. Harrold, who is the der.t of Lethbridge Mi-ior Hockey Association, will m- struct '.he session which open to anyone in sotKhern Alberta viho is interested in be- coming a hockey The c-inic will be staged s.t the For em High School uith stertrng at 9 a.m. a n r> rat ion fee for the Etsfion, RESIDENTIAL iSPLACEMENTS LETHBRIDGE Much the same situation holds true for the upland game bird hunters in the flat country. Now :at the season is drawing to a close, pheasants ap- in the C'lass A 0 League and tne Class AA Texas Leagve wi'h record. pear to be showing up everywhere and in some of the most unlikely spots. Check stations snow that it took 1.7 hours for a hunter to get a pheasant this year in the Lelhbridge region. This compares with 1.4 in 1971, There must be a good supply of roosters left kicking around. Last year there were 2.3 roosters per hen. This year there are 2.6 roosters. Problem would appear to be that many hunters are quite content to hunt from their vehicles, and only get out when there is some eiridence of a bird on the c-dge of the road or in the ditch up ahead. Too few hunters are willing, or able to go into the far-off back fields to push out the birds. With deer, biologist Morley Barret of Lethbridge and district, said early this year that surveys shov.'ed a 200 per cent increase in number? He feels certain that shooters learn hov.- fo deer hunt, nature v, ill take its course within a few years. And. that usually turns out to be a rough course for the animals The 23-year-old Decker topped j goals and stt up two others i fifth since Ms Nov. 18 coine- the American Association in the j Thursday night as the Bruins i back, earned ran listing with a 2.27 beat Buffalo Sabres 5-4. jjis other assist was ra a goal mark at Wichita. He had a 12-7 In one other NHL game by Ken Hodge while Johnny record there. j Thursday, Atlanta Blames tied Bucyk a rebound for Maneely. 21, divided the 1S72 Philadelphia Flyers 5-5. New fne Bruins" other goal which %-isit California tied the score at 4-S, setting the o juj. jiat-cotlers winner. Ron Ward appears to be well Minor hooke Golden Seals tonight while St. combined 11-3 Louis Blues meet the Canucks in Vancouver. i Orr undenvent surgery in lesrly June for repairs on his left knee. He played a few s early in the season be- Ward. v.'bo scared three goals Wednesday in a 7-6 victory over New England Whalers, had only two goals in 71 games last sej- son with the National Hockey League Vancouver Canucks. His top goal production in seven professional seasons was a total of 35 in 196M9 when he wis rookie of the year with the American Hockey League Roch- ester Americans. BOSTON i BUFFALO I RC-M-I Keith i goals !Bottlers drop top two clubs Purity Bottling up a I In the second game the Univer- 2-1 first peri IK! Jead ar.d went i sity of thumped on to upset the league-leading [Community College 9-1. Miners' Library in the cr'y City i Dennis Oherg scored the 'Ain- Retreition Hockey ner for the Bottlers at ar.d game played Tnursday night added the insurance marker at Go.-- Bartlett, Kd Carpemer. the mark, Grant ilarriris- j Dennis Oberg, Torn V'ip and ton. Tom Yip and Ken Krist- Paskuski tallied for the janson completed (he scoring Bottlers while Richard Chollack j with singles, ar.d Te7 VMc-'r-e replied for the i Don Bruchet, v.it'n t'.'-o and Miners. Alan Ro'ratree replied for the 1 During the three periods of Labor Club. play, the Bottlers were assessed Guy Smith scored three times [three of five minor penalties- [for (he University as they built anil tl.e tvo clubs split a pair up lead before Ross Allsop of 10-minute misconducts and spoked V.'illie Golia's bid for a game misconducts. j sr.utcut of the final per- Purity Bottlers carne bchinii 2 3-1 third period deficit Other university wilh to trirr. v.ere Wsvnc vit'i a the ,n icsgue pair, sctmn Bni, Al Fertr.uk. Lendram and I Miyashiro scored hvo api'ece and led the A.C.T. tarn Reps to an easy B-0 shutout over the Nationals in Midget i action 7'nunHJay night- 1 Brure Mark. Hii3. roy end Tom Elock chip- r.'C-d in j ID ar.cther 7dicgct game, tho Lakers paced by jeoal performances from Shane Hirsche end David whip- ped the Ijskers 7-1. i Garry Break and Den Wright j markers while Bill Ross replied for the Ted Slusar scored a pair of arid ?svc- the- .5 victory over ihe Eagles [LI Bantam "B" plsy. Bill also managed a i single marker in the 1 SHOEMAKERS TO CANADA'S OPEM FRI. TILL 9 P.M. CAMM'S 403 5lh Street S. SHOES ;