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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, December 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD IB Stars lose in Toronto Rangers see lead tri FURY ON THE ICE Boston Bruins' Derek Sander- son has to be restrained by teammate Ken Hodge from possible mauling of the referee. Bruins met Los Angeles Kings, and won 5-3, but Sanderson wasn't around for the end of the game as he was handed a minor, misconduct and game misconduct. He was penalized for tripping, mouthed-off and got 10 minutes and then jumped out of the penalty box and was ejected from the game. Tough schedule for Magnussen VANCOUVER (CP) The Canadian figure-skating cham- pionships are in London, Ont, Jan. 10-1 fi; the Olympic Games are in Sapporo, Japan, Feb. 3- 13, and the world championships are in Calgary, March 6-12. So it's going to be a busy 90 days for Canada's medal hope- fuls. What's involved in getting ready? Take the program of Karen Magnussen of Vancou- ver, one of tire top three skaters In the world. On Sunday she works out from to a.m. with coach Linda Brauckmaan; then it's home for studies in poetry, kinesiology, political science and history, which she hope will lead to a "bachelor of arts de- gree at Simon Fraser Univer- sity. After study, she goes for an ell-out run for 10 or 15 minutes up and down the slopes of the North Shore. At 5 p.m., she's back home cooking supper for the family. Bedtime is 8 p.m., if not earlier. On Monday, the 19-year-old Is up at 5 a.m. for a hearty break- fast and is on the ice at She quits at 9 a.m. and is out to SFU by where she takes classes until 3 p.m., without lunch. At three, she heads back to the rink where it's skating until 6 p.m. and a swift return to cook supper, then homework, then bed. ALSO TAKES BALLET Wednesday and Thursday fol- low the Monday pattern. Tues- day and Friday there are no classes, so it's skating from a.m. to p.m. Tuesday evening she takes a ballet class from to Friday she tekes modem jazz and ballet, to Friday night, for a couple of hours, there's time for a show with the boy friend. Saturday is all hers, except for an afternoon workout at SFU, cooking, housework and some shopping. The schedule includes 35 hours a week of skating alone. Four days a week she gets together with Dr. Eric Bannis- ter, head of the department of kinesiology at SFU, football coach Tom Walker and other medical observers for sessions which most adults would find excruciating. Under careful supervision, she subjects herself to the maxi- mum in athletic exercise and exertion. "The exercises measure the maximum capacity of Karen's oxygen Iran port Walker says. DESCRIBED AS SUPER "Karen is not just average, she is Walker says. "In technical terms, her body has the maximum capacity to use 47.6 milHlitres of oxygen per kilogram of body weight per minute. "That puts her up there with the very best. The average girl college student would record about 35 on the scale. Karen registers with the top Olympic athletes in comparable spoils." Winners of 18 straight Lakers show confidence By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "As we win more games, we become more confident, we work harder and hopefully play said Los Angeles coach Bill Sharman. If Sharman's philosophy Is correct, the Lakers have to be supremely confident. [DEAL GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR THE LADIES' and MEN'S SKI-DOG SUETS by CARLTON ]00% nylon, water and wind proof, flap :overed pockets, full length two way umbo zippers. Block with yellow stripes, i, M, L ond XL available. <9 SKI-DOO HELMETS 19.95 KNITTED ORION HL'AD AND FACE MASK 2.50 MEN'S SNOWMOBILE BOOTS GOGGLES WITH 2 EXTRA IENSES........ 2.95 f'fl HEAVY LEATHER MITTS, extra worm lining 9.93 Shop While The Selection Is Best At fa I EOT MACS CYCLE LTD. I 913 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-3221 i OPEN THURSDAY ond FRIUAY UNTIL 9 P.M. j? "SERVING S. AlBERTA FOR OVER 35 YEARS" The rampaging Lakers tied the second-longest winning streak in National Basketball Association history, holding off the surprisingly stubborn Hous- ton Rockets 125-120 Wednesday night for their 18th consecutive victory. The triumph enabled Los An gcles to equal the IR-game win- ning streak compiled by New York Knicks two seasons i and put the Lakers within two of the NBA record of 20 set last season by Milwaukee Bucks. The Lakers can move within one victory of tying the Bucks' mark by beating Golden State tonight at Oakland. The War- riors were the last team to beat Los Angeles, edging the Lakers 109-105 on Oct. 31. Elsewhere, Boston Celtics whipped Cleveland Cavaliers 12ti 107, Philadelphia '76ers downed Cincinnati Royals 115- 109 and Baltimore Bullets wal- loped Portland Trail Blazers 115-97. ROCKETS .STUBBORN The Rockets, whose 6-22 record is the second worst in the NBA, led 105-1M with remaining and were not beaten until the Takers' Jerry West hit six free throws in the final two minutes. West finished with 3.1 points, but yielded game-scoring honors to team-mate Gail Goodrich, who poured in -12 mints. .lohn llavlicek's 28 points. 12 in the first quarter, and .lo .7o While's 27 paced Boslon's vic- tory and moved the Celtics 2fe games in front of the idle Knicks in the Atlantic Division. Kevin Longhcry scored 11 straight l.rsl-perlocl pninls for Philadelphia, enabling the '7fiors to stave off Cincinnati. Ballimore, behind Archie Clark's poinls and 10 assists, ,n roe-jwmo. losing streak in healing Portland, Something that cannot be measured scientifically is her mental toughness, but Walker claims she has it in a degree surprising for a big-eyed blonde. By IAN MacLAINE Canad'ian Press Staff Writer Pierre Bouchard scored his first National Hockey Ixsague goal Wednesday night in his 75th game. That leaves him just 48 goals and 710 games behind his illustrious father. The elated youngster of Butch Bouchard, long-time NHL all- star defenceman with Montreal Canadiens, could recall every second of the momentous occa- sion. The goal padded the lead for the Canadiens to 2-0 en route to a 4-2 victory over the trouble- some Detroit Red Wings and kept Montreal in a second-place tie with Boston Bruins in the East, one point behind division- leading New York Rangers. The Rangers were held to a 2-2 standoff by Chicago Black Hawks while Boston Bruins broke out in the third period for a 5-3 win over Los Angeles Kings. In other games, Toronto Maple Leafs upset Minnesota North Stars 3-1 and Pittsburgh Penguins pulled out a 1-1 tic with California Golden Seals. Tonight the Rangers meet the Flyers at Philadelphia and Buf- falo Sabres are at home to Chi- cago. READY FOR CHECK "I was moving into the De- troit end to check Mickey Red- recalled Bouchard later in the dressing room, "when the puck came to me off the boards. "I had plenty of time to take the shot and though I back- handed it I had qmte a lot be- hind it." While the score ended Bou- chard's career-long drought, it a somewhat frustrating year for another Canadien de- fenceman, all-star J. C. Trem- blay. The skillful Canadiens' blueli- ner, held scoreless throughout the season, opened the scoring, then notched the winner near the end of the second period after scores by Detroit's Doug Voimar and Red Berenson evened the count at 2-2. Bouchard was used infre- quently by Montreal last year and probably would have seen even less action this term had celebrated later in the evening not Serge Savard been sidelined with a recurring broken leg that has plagued his career. Given the opportunity to play, 23-year-old Bouchard has devel- oped into a competent per- former. But Wednesday night's goal proved costly, financially. Tremblay, as pleased with his productive hadn't been too his young team-mate with UK feed bill for the Canadiens when they at Bouchard's newly-opened steakhouse. Vic Hadfield became the sea- son's second 20-goal scorer, get- ting the tying goal at Chicago after being set up by centre Jean Ratelle. Ratelle ,who also set up the opening score by the third member of the Hot Line, Hod Summaries BOSTON 5 LOS ANGELES 3 First Period 1 Boston, Sanderson 4 (Leach, Green) 3. Lm An- geles, Syers 4 3. Bos- ton, Bucyk 13 {Esposito, McKenjie) Green Lewis- berry Sanderson Second Period 4. Los Angeles, Flett, 6 (Widing, Marotte) Penal- minor, major, aarne misconduct Potvln Third Period 5. Boston, Cashman 8 (Hodge, EspoEilO) Boston, Smilh 4 (Esposiio, McKenzle) 7. Boston, Stanfield 6 (Bailey, Raulich) 7-13; 8. Los Angeles, Hlllman 1 (Wid- ing, Berry} Byers LA 10. Shots on goal by: Boston 14 10 Los Angeles 7 10 24 TORONTO 3 MINNESOTA t First Period 1. Toronto, Slttler 5 (Ellis, Ullman) Penalties- Grant Harrison Baun, Parlse Second Period 2. Toronto, Ullmgn 9 (MeKenny) None. Third Period 3. WUnnesola, Gold- worthy 13 (Parise, Drouln) 4. Toronto, Harrison 7 (SHtler, Dupere) McKenny Gold- worthy Nanne O'Brien minor, major, misconduct, Monahan minor, Shots on goal by: Minnesota 5 18 Toronto U U U, 369. MONTREAL 4 DETROIT 1 First Period No scoring. Penal- none. Second Period 1. Montreal, Trem- blay 1 (Richard, Larose) Montreal, Bouchard 1, 3. De- troit, Voimar 4 (Berensort) 4. Detroit, Berenson 9 (Collins, Stack- house) S. Montreal, Tremhlay 2. (F. Mahovllch, Lemaire) Pen- L. Johnston Larose Third 6. Montreal, P. Ma- hovllch 7 (Tremblay, Lemaire) Roberto snots on goal byi CHICAGO 2 NEW YORK 2 First Period 1. New York, Gilbert 19 (Ratelle, Park) :03. Jarrett Park Rolle Second Period 2. Chicago, R, Hull 15 (Makl) :40 T.hlrd Period 3. Chlcano, Martin 9 (R. Hull, Makl) 4. New YorK, Hadfield SO (Ratelle) Penalty- Park, minor, misconduct Shots on goal byt Nety YorK 11 8 5-14 Chicago 11 7 12-30 PITTSBURGH 1 CALIFORNIA 1 First Period 1. California, Red- mond 3 (Pinder, Boldlrev) Pen- Watson, double minor, Hicke Marshall Second Period 2. Pittsburgh, Lelt- (Polis, Apps) Hex1 Third Period No scoring. Penal- Redmond Kannegeisser Shots on goal byi Pittsburgh 1 7 California 5 7 New arena will open Dec. 18 The new Henderson Lake Ice Centre will not be ready for use this Sunday, Dec. 12 as was announced. According to city officials, the announcement of the Dec. 12 opening was premature. Dec. 18, a Saturday evening, will mark the opening of the new ice facilities. Any prior scheduling of the Ice Centre is tentative. iiitiii Gilbert, draw rave notices after the game from Chicago players who tabbed his recent perform- ances as the key to the New York line's prolific scoring ven- tures Uiis year. "He seems to be getting said Hawk centre Pit Martin, who had given tha Hawks a 2-1 margin moments before Hadfield's goal. "Time was when you could give him a shove and move him. But not cny more." Another centre Boston's Phil Esposito, the league's other 20- goal scorer, didn't hit against the Kings but padded his points' lead to 47, one ahead of Ratelle, with three assists. The Bruins were held In check by the surprisingly aggressive Kings until goals by Wayne Oashman, Dallas Smith and Fred Stanfield during a three- minufe span in the third period sent them into a 5-2 lead. B o s t o n 's Derek Sanderson faced a possible three-game sus- pension and fines totalling after a third-period confronta- tion with referee Bryan Lewis. Sanderson disputed a tripping call in the second period and his profanity earned him a 10-min- ute misconduct. Not content, tha high-spirited centre took excep- tion to the additional penalty and charged from the penalty box in Lewis's direction. He was restrained by team- males, but not before Lewis tacked on the game penalty which calls for an automatic ?100 fine. Sanderson said later In the dressing room he expected he'd be dealt with more severely than others in the league be- cause of his past history. BOWA BEST SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Larry Bowa of the Philadelphia Phillies set a major league fielding record for shortstops in a season tliis year with a .887 percentage. He also established a major league mark for fewest errors in a season with 11. at Tircsfonc STORES TRACTIONA1RE ririnv modals nt Now at Firestone Stores' Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 ;