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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 5, 1974 Habs' penalties prove costly By THE CANADIAN PRESS With just over six minutes to go in the third period, it ap- peared Montreal Canadiens were well on their way Wednesday night to their se- cond win of the 1974-75 National Hockey League season over Boston Bruins. Then Doug Risebrough was called for face-off interference and five seconds after he went off, John Bucyk scored his first of two goals to reduce Montreal's lead to 4-2 with remaining. With less than two minutes remaining, Carol Vadnais and Bucyk scored in an 18-second span and the Bruins had a 4-4 tie instead of their seventh loss of the year. In other action, New York Rangers downed Detroit Red Wings 4-2, Pittsburgh Penguins came from behind to defeat Toronto Maple Leafs 4- 2, Chicago Black Hawks out- scored Kansas City Scouts 7-3, Los Angeles Kings downed Minnesota North Stars 4-1 and California Seals defeated Atlanta Flames 3-1. Bruins coach Don Cherry was jubilant with the Boston comeback. Bucyk's tying goal at marked the third time this season the Bruins had scored with goaltender Gilles Gilbert lifted for an extra forward. At New York, rookie Rick Middleton celebrated his 21st birthday by scoring his 13th goal of the year to start a three-goal rally in the second period that carried the Rangers past the Red Wings. NHL summary roundup CHICAGO 7 KANSAS CITY 3 First period 1. Chicago, Mikita 10 (White) 2.25; 2. Chicago, Rota 9 (White, Boldirev) 4-31; 3 Chicago, Marks 2 (Koroll. Mikita) 6-48; 4 Chicago. Pappin 12, 5. Chicago. White 2 (Mikita. Redmond) 6. Chicago. Pappin 13 (Wylie, Hull) 19-14 Penalties Russell 9.14. Redmond Burns 14-20, Rota 16-46, Wilson 19.45 Second period 7 Kansas City. Rota 3 (Dube, Lemieux) 3 23, 8 Kan- sas City, Nolet 10 (McElmury, r'jlis) 9.17; 9 Kansas City, Rota 4 (Lemieux, Dube) 10. Chicago, Rota 10 (Boldirev. White) 13-06 Penalties Marks 7.59. Russell 8'22. Third period No scoring. Penalties Rota 4-12, White 5-09 Shots on goal by Kansas City 17 12 3-32" Chicago 20 8 Attendance RANGERS 4 DETROIT 2 First period 1. NY Rangers. Sanderson 7 (Bednarski, Park) 3 06; 2. Detroit. Libett 8 (Redmond) 17.40 Penalties Marotte 2.41. Hamel 241. 647. Nowak 10'39, Middleton 1938. Second period 3 NY Rangers, Middleton 13 (Bednarski) NY Rangers, Ratelle 6 (Park. Vickers) 4-07. 5 NY Rangers, Stemkowski 7 (Greshner, Marotte) 18.34. Penalties Nowak Vickers 5-17. Hamel 710. Third period 6. Detroit. Dionne 10 (Hamel. Grant) 15-42 Penalties Bednarski 4.27. Greshner 9 44 Shots on goal by Detroit 7 15 NY Rangers 7 10 Attendance PITTSBURGH 4 TORONTO 2 First period 1. Pittsburgh, MacDonald 9 (Apps, Wilkins) 12-16; 2. Toronto, Sittler 12 (Sabounn) Penalties Glennie 0-20, Johnson 7.12, Lagace 9.55, Paradise Second period 3 Toronto. Stoughton 7 (Sittler, Dunn) 13.59 Penalties Owchar, McDonald (ma- Johnson Neely 10.51, Ferguson Third period 4 Pittsburgh, Debenedet 5 (Apps, Kehoe) 0.18. 5. Pittsburgh, Arnason 6 (MacDonald, Schock) 6. Pittsburgh, Had- field 7 (MacDonald, Schock) 19.57. Penalties Pittsburgh (bench serv- ed by Kehoe) Keon Shots on goal by Toronto 9 10 Pittsburgh 10 14 Attendance 7.656 MONTREAL 4 BOSTON 4 First period 1 Montreal. Lapomte 10 (Cournoyer) 5-26; 2 Montreal, Lafleur 17 (Robinson, Mahovlich) 6-18; 3 Boston, O'Reilly 5 (Smith. Orr) 17.54 Penalties Hodge 2-05, Schmautz, Bouchard Bucyk Mahovlich 13-15 Second period 4. Montreal, Lapointe 11 (Lafleur) Penalties Lemaire Vadnais 5-40, Risebrough Gilbert (served by Schmautz) Third period 5. Montreal. Lambert 11 (Lafleur. Mahovlich) 0-21; 6. Boston, Bucyk 5 (Esposito, Orr) 14.01. 7 Boston. Vadnais 4 (Shep- pard) 1838, 8. Boston, Bucyk 6 (Sheppard, Schmautz) 18.56 Penalties Schmautz Awrey 9.58, Mahovlich 11.45, Risebrough 13-56, Esposito, Awrey Mahovlich Shots on goal by Boston 5 15 Montreal 8 5 Attendance CALIFORNIA 3, ATLANTA 1 First Period: 1. California, Williams 2, 2.33, 2. Atlanta. Hextall 5, Penalties Bennett Murray 15.35, Qumn Second Period: 3. California, Huston 5 (Hrechkosy, Murray) Penalties None. Third Period: 4. California, Williams 3 Hrechkosy 13.23. Penalties Lavender Hextall misconduct 5'44. Shots on goal by Atlanta 4 14 12 30 California 8 13 5 26 Goal Myre. Atlanta; Simmons. California Attendance 2.913. LOS ANGELES 4 MINNESOTA 1 First Period: q. Los Angeles, Williams 10 (Murphy) 2. Minnesota, Nantais 3, Penalties Barrett 5-09. Second Period: Np scoring. Penalties Maloney, Martmeau (ma- jors) 11-24. Harper Nanne 14.12. Murphy Third Period: 3. Los Angeles, Murphy 7 (Williams) 4 Los Angeles. Murdoch 5 (Widing, Berry) 12-10; 5 Los Angeles, Nevin 11 (St. Marseille, Brown) Penalties St Marseille 7.23. Shots on goal by Minnesota 6 4 6 16 Los Angeles 15 15 21 Jean Ratelle, Peter Stem- kowski and Derek Sanderson got the other Rangers goal with Nick Libett and Marcel Dionne replying for Detroit. Third-period goals by Nels Debenedet, Chuck Arnason and Vic Hadfield gave the Penguins their comeback win over the Maple Leafs. Debenedet tied the game with 18 seconds gone in the final session and Arnason got what proved to be the game winner 11 minutes later. Two goals by Jim Pappin keyed a six-goal outburst in the first period that carried Chicago past Kansas City. Darcy Rota also scored twice for the Black Hawks. Mike Murphy, Bob Murdoch and Bob Nevin scored in the third period for the Kings to break up a tight defensive bat- tle against the North Stars. When your team faces a 15 or 17-shot disadvantage, it's not easy to win a hockey game. But goalies Joe Junkin of San Diego Mariners and Chris Abrahamsson of New England Whalers didn't let that bother them Wednesday night. The Mariners were outshot 27-12 by Phoenix Roadrunners but Junkin scored his first shutout of the season to help San Diego to a 2-0 World Hockey Association win. The Whalers, hampered by a number of recent injuries, were outshot 44-27 by Cleveland Crusaders and Abrahamsson made 42 saves to set up a 3-2 Whalers vic- tory. Elsewhere in the WHA Wednesday, Indianapolis Rac- ers acquired a new owner while Minnesota Fighting Saints beat Quebec Nordiques 6-3, Houston Aeros edged Win- nipeg Jets 3-2 and Edmonton Oilers defeated Vancouver Blazers 6-3. Gordon Hacking, coach of the Alberta Beaver champion Taber Chiefs, was today named coach of the year in the Alberta Amateur Baseball Association. Hacking, back row far right, is shown with his team. Front row, left to right are Tim Hisaoka, Roger Wilk, Hacking honored Harold Karren, Dale Hunt, Chris Orban, Rodney Od- land and David Wilson. Back, left to right, Dave Kress, manager, Ray Kemle, Laurie Renner, Isobel Karl, Dean Kress, Nick Toth, Tim Karl and Hacking. Roundup of short sport ADINOLFI WINS TITLE CAMPIONE d'lTALlA, Ita- ly (AP) Domenico Adinolfi of Italy knocked out Karl Heinz Klein of West Germany in the first minute of their scheduled 15-round bout Wednesday night to win the European light heavyweight boxing championship. PLAYERS NOT PAID OTTAWA (CP) Members of Team Canada 74 have yet to receive their each for The first with wireless mike. There's never been a more versatile portable. For parties and picnics, business conferences and concerts, this cassette is a winner. Just slip the microphone out of the unit and record up to thirty feet away, unhampered by wires or cords. In front of an audience, you can use it as a loud speaker record at the same time. Slip the mike back in the recorder and it works like a built-in microphone. For ultra-sensitive recording, it also works with a wire. Best of all, it's an Hitachi. And that means, very simply, it's the most reliable you can buy. We're the best. And we can prove it. Ask any Hitachi owner. Have they had trouble with their TV or radio? Ask a dealer or repairman. Chances are, you'll hear nothing but praise for Hitachi. Because we put more into everything we make. More time. More care. More expensive parts. Our quality control is nothing short of fanatical. In television, for instance, our sets need less service calls per unit sold than any other set on the market. Need we say more? HITACHI WE NEVER GIVEYOU LESS THAN THE BEST. Smith's Color TV 236-13th StrMtN., Lethbridge Smith's Color TV Coaldale, Alberta Fairfield TV Appliances 1242 3 AvenueS., Lethbridge Southern Alberta Co-op Stores Bow Island, Barons, Cardtton, Coaldale, Lethbridge, Picture Butte and Taber. the recent Canada-Russia hockey series, says Lou Lefaive, chairman of the Hockey Canada group in charge of financing. He said Wednesday that none of the players has been paid, "but we haven't had any com- plaints from the players. Hockey Canada plans to close its books on the series in mid- January. McMAHON DIES FORT ERIE, Ont. (CP) Michael Clarence McMahon, 59, a former defencemen for Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League, died Tuesday. The Brockville, Ont., native was on the Montreal team that won the Stanley Cup in 1944. During that season, he compiled 24 points, then a record for a de- fencemen, in 42 regular- season games. OILERS TWO OVER HOUSTON (AP) Owner Bud Adams said Wednesday his Houston Oilers were two players over the 47-man limit last season when the team was fined for National Football League roster violations. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL PIONEER LEAGUE Kay Vaselenak 210. Tom Fraser 219, Chris Cameron 210, Agnes Black 227, Helma Skundberg 192, Clara Grandberg 194, Stan Fraser 199, Ed Harty 192, Henry Bechthold 246 SENIOR CITIZENS Tom Smith 263, Henry Bechthold 269, Bert Madill 221. Bob Arthur 230. Jim Whelan 251, Tom Archbold 225, Erie Graham 225, Pat Plomp 238, Bunny Maloney 231, Ann Reed 231, Katie Prik 228. Leora Ness 227 HIGA'S Edith Voth 250 Gloria Lamarick 260 Dorren Sibbet 270. Doreen Wilson 280 Bea Salmon 295 Sandi Matis 271, Maureen Ferguson 321 Marlene Bosch 261 Anne Wolstoncroft 316 Kae Mann 285 HIGA'S Judy Long 266; Willene McDonald 293 Annette Tabm 254. Grace Franz 296 Pat Jarvie 267 Kae Mann 281 Doreen Wilson 253, Edith Voth 261 Kaye Bathgate 262; Marie Oseen 288 (739) HOLIDAY BOWL C.P.R. SOCIAL John Morris 240, Rollie Hows 303, George Matchett 267, Fil Oberg 333 Chris Guenther 233, Art Guenther 254, Alma Williams 244, Janice Johnson 273, Pete Canan 250, Elaine Sinclair 277 (677) YOUNG ADULTS Linda Malcomson 274 Neal Nishikawa 239, Brent Chambers 240, David Urban 308. Rudy Traichel 234, Brian Rossetti 346 Jim Malcomson 270, Barbara Toth 220, Jeanne McEwen 203, David Romaniuk 206 ALPINE Opal Taylor 268, Mary Blair 248. Isabel Bergman 247, B J. Tackacs 249, Helen Brown 262 Ruby Oseen 260 Bunny Anderson 244. Diane Penner 250, Melody Bobinec 254 Eloise Ives 245 Mane Barnett 250 (674) CIVIL SERVICE Ken May 288. Lyle Smyke 280, John Enckson 298 Tom Snow 304 Bev Swaren 303 Joan Sudo 249 Barb Kennedy 255. Janet Radtke 253, Agnes Sinclair 268 Y.8.C. BANTAM BOYS Brian Kolibas 156, Randy Tremel 156. Kirby Nishikawa 191, Raymond Brown 209, Allen Stewart 162, Victor Hrycyk 154, Darcy Flexhaug 161, Trent Laurie 139, Ross Andreachuk 131, Murray Johnson 137, Donald Taniguchi 138, Rob Prince 141 Y.B.C. JUNIORS Daren Flexhaug 205, Terry Hamilton 203, Karen Ludwig 219. Malinda Hamilton 209, Tracy Sinclair 213, Darryl Bailey 243, Randy Teichroeb 202, Judy Rapuano 233, Billy Doyle 214, Shelly Zabel 222 Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Sherry Kolibas 160, Dianne Vaselenak 144, Donna Turner 149, Erin Brown 125, Paula Jennings Leanne Chanda 128, Renee Ives 155, Naomi Tlnsley 114, Carol Tremel 114, Wendy Herbers 117, Barbie Costanzo 119 DAIRY QUEEN LADIES Kathy Carpenter 250; Ronnie Tedesco 281; Pat McMillan 234 Marietta Burgstrom 245, Gailya Pedersen 334 Rose Hannen 264, Marj Fleming 304 Mary Ward 244; Viney Lawrence 228; Dodie Hodges 228. HAMILTON JR. HIGH Menlen Bunnage 265, Drew Wakey 234, Edwin Burwash 216; Doug Court 196: Darren Fritz 161, Steve Traichel 161; Jim Wensueen 237; Larry Barton Karlyn Spitzer 272 Jose Skretting 237; Geo Bruner 252 Ralph Hietman 239; Ron Hyndman 247, Dale Jensen 272. Les Hayes 235. SIMPSON SEARS Bernice Hartley 283 Jim Vanderzee 256; Wayne Cook 236; Brian Rossetti 283 Debbie Vaykovich 236, Jack Unterseher 233; Allan Matson 241 (690) SPEEDY LADIES Jeanette Smeed 315 Karlyn Spitzer 361 Marlene Tremle 327, Lois Kirchner 259, Joyce Kaleta 289; Marg Smith 240; Elaine Brown 260 Flora Donato 232; Judy Conine 305 A.D.A. Jean Kozaka 206, Jim McGirly 251, Alice Clark 222, Kathie McGirty 330, Brian McCorthy 255, Bill Jetfery 223, Roy Budd 253. THREE BOTTLED IN BONO OF THE ;