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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta December 10, 1171 THl IETH6RIDGC HERAID 13 Black Hawks regain share of first Flyers find Hadfield less than funny Bv IAN Mai'LAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer' A comic he might be in New York, but Vic Hadfield's sense of humor diminishes elsewhere in the National Hockey League. The nigged Ranger forward, Webster's career in doubt OAKLAND (AD California Golden Seals placed right- winger Tom Webster on the dis- abled list Thursday and said his future as a hockey player "is very questionable" because of a congenital spinal condition that requires surgery. Webster, 23, played in only a handful of games for the Seals after being acquired from De- troit Red Wings early in the Na- tional Hockey League season. Charles 0. Finley, Seals owner, said Webster will un- dergo an operation soon consist- ing of a laminectonry and lumbosacral bone fusion." Finley said a medical exami- nation here disclosed Webster had been suffering for more than a year from the condition, not related to any injury. Webster, who had 30 goals and 37 assists for Detroit last season, was in hospital for al- most a month here before being released this week. He will re- turn to his home in Niagara Falls, Ont., nest week. Detroit got defenceman Don Stackhouse of the Seals in the Oct. 21 trade for Webster. Finley declined to say Thurs- day if the Seals have asked for the trade to be voided. "All I can say is that Webs- ter's condition has been re- ported to the Detroit Red Wings and to Clarence Campbell, the league Finley said. Finley said Webster's conva- lescence after the operation will be at least six months. Women curlers open playdowiis The southern zone playdown, for the right to represent Letli- bridge in the Alberta womens' curling championships, gets under way tonight at the Letli- bridge Curling Club. Eight rinks are in the run- ning for top honors and the right to advance to Red Deer. This evening's draw is set for six o'clock with two draws Sat- urday and two more Sunday. The finals are to be played Monday. BOYS' AND GIRIS' SKATE EXCHANGE Our Used Skates Are SHARPENED SHINED NEW IACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. 1-50 EQUIPMENT BY COOPER AND C.C.M. WE WIIL TAKE YOUR OLD HOCK5Y EQUIPfAENT ON TRADE ATTENTION FIGURE SKATERS! JUST ARRIVEDl WIFA GIRLS' and LADIES' PROFESSIONAL FIGURE SKATES! In stock "VINDOBONA" ?Q 5 As low as Also In Stock DELUXE CHAMPION and SUPER GOLD STAR BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 "Serving South Alborfn for over 30 Open Tliurs. A Fri. Till 9 p.m. ctevatcd to captabi this year! The 31-year-old Oakvillc, li with the departure of Bob'native scored twice Thursday: gar Hadfiold's with the dcnarlure of Bob'native scored twice Tnursaay! game, veteran centre Stan Miki- Golden Seals at Oakland. Kevin has suddenly become thei night on power-play la's two goals sparked Chicago Long one of the leagues re- league's most j launching Ihe New Yorkers to-; Black Hawks'jeLurn to the fore- scorer, which isn't the best' grooming for ideal relations with the rest of the league. wards a 5-0 shellacking of Ihe: front of the West Division in a. major forlo was his ability to Flyers in a rough-house match! 3-1 victory over Buffalo Sabres., d i ss u ad e attack units from at Philadelphia's Spectrum. i Tonight's lone game has St. j carrying Ihe puck deliberately "THE Alberta Wilderness Association wants to dc- termine the need for more wilderness in Alberta. It is sending out a 17-point questionnaire to resi- dents throughout the province. The 17 points ask the questions: 1. Have you ever visited an Alberta Wilderness area? If so, how many visits have you made? How long did you stay? 2 Which wilderness did you visit? Willmore White Goat Ghost River Siffleur? 3. How did you travel in the area? horseback foot or other (Please 4 Which of these were (or would be) your major activities in the wilderness area? fishing..... hunting mountain climbing hiking horsebackriding skiing nature or wildlife study photography other 5. What is your you prefer, you may omit this 6. When you hear the word what kinds of things come to mind? 7. Do you happen to know what government agency is in charge of wilderness areas in Alberta? If so, what agency do you think may be in charge of the 8. How far is your home from a wilderness area'.' 9. Are you in favor of reserving undeveloped pub- lic land as are your reasons for feeling this 10 What is your sex? male female 11. Do you happen to know what the Alberta Government's symbol 'Bertie Beaver' stands for? Tf so, what does it stand not, what do you think it may stand for? 12. Do you belong to an outdoors club or a con- servation organization? 13. How interested would you say you have been in keeping informed about legislation in Willmorc? very interested moderately interested interested at all. 14. Some people believe that in a wilderness area, wildlife and vegetation should be controlled and man- aged; others believe that nature should be allowed to take its own course. For each suggestion listed be- low, please indicate whether you think it is a good idea, or have no opinion. (a) Control forest insects by spraying? good idea poor idea no opinion Stock streams and lakes with more fish? good idea poor idea no opinion Replant trees in burned out or barren areas? good idea, poor idea, no opinion (d) Cut trees in heavily forested areas to create more open spaces or meadows? good idea poor idea no opinion (e) Suppress al natural-caused forest fires, good idea pom' idea.....10 opinion Prohibit big game hunting? good idea poor idea no opinion 15. Generally speaking, do you think that man should try to control and manage the wildlife and vegetation in a wilderness area? 16. Do you think that nature should he allowed to proceed with minimum interference from man? 17. If it were necessary to charge a yearly li cense fee in order to preserve the wilderness areas for recreation what would the maximum price be that you would be willing to pay? Copies of this questionnaire should be mailed to John O'Brien, 202A Craighead Apartment, Missotila, Mont. Much of Southern Alberta's hunting closed Sat- urday, with the exception of ducks in certain desig- nated areas; the season on ducks for the most part will close Jan. 6. Season also closes on elk with the exception of Zone F300 in the Mountain View-Water- ton area which stays open until March 11. The season will also remain open in Zone G118 until March 11. It is the special zone around Cypress Hills Provincial Park where elk have been causing haystack damage. Hunters have been asked not lo go into the hunting area until Ihe weather gels colder and Ihe snow deeper. The Environment Control Authority, which will help formulate a basis for the new legislation on the control of surface reclamation and protection of wa- tersheds, will hold meetings at: Grande Prairie, Dec. 13, at 10 a.m.; York Hotel, Dec. 15, at 10 a.m.; Gym 2. Civic Sports Centre, Edmonton, 10 a.m.; Social Room of the Jubilee Auditorium. Dec. 17. at a.m. and Calgary, Dec. 21. 10 a.m. at flic Social Room of Ihe Jubilee Auditorium. Mental change helped FREEPORT (API Gricr I Jones credited an improved mental altitude with iielping him break out of a season-long slump this week in the Bahama Islands Open golf tour- nament. "It's been a struggle this year." he said after shooting a six-under-par 65 for the first- round lead Thursday in the last event on (he pro schedule this year. "My attitude was a little neg- ative most of the said Jones. "I started expecting to hit bad shots, and when that's what you're expecting, that's what you'll do." Four. Toronto pros were the only Canadians entered, led by Ben Kern's 72. KNUUSO.N' HAS 71 George Knudson was in at 74 followed by Gary Bowerman's 78 and 79 by Gary Pitchford. Jones, winner of only this season and 78th on Lhe money list, held a one-stroke into the Ranger zone without fear of reprisals. But his antics off the iue have labelled him the NHL's court jester, a Lille few ooponrals held dear to their hearts while skating against the six-fool 185- pounder. NOW HAS 22 GOALS I The two goals Thursday night were Hadfield's 21st and 22nd in 27 games, equalling his total output in 63 games lasl year. His season high, during 1968-63, was 26. leaving him well within reach of that mark within the next few games. The Rangers-Flyers game was enlivened by a second-pe- riod donnybrook, initiated b y New York centre Walt and Flyers defenceman Hick Foley. New York's Glen Sather and Brad Park and Bill Lesuk of ___________ Philadelphia joined in and when" the debris was cleared, Foley and Park drew game miscon- j frl ffl llimd y ducts.------------------------------------------------- Early in the third period, ill feelings again emerged with Ranger defenceman Dale Rolfe and Philadelphia's P i c r r c j Plante exchanging blows. SATHER PIGGYBACKS Glen Sather, (6) of Ihe New York Rongers hangs onto Rick Foley of the Philadelphia Flyers Thursday night as Foley tries to control the puck. Rangeri blanked the Flyers 5-0 in Philadelphia. Cuozzo Grant's choice? But Hadfield, who led the league in penalties with 151 minutes early in his career, stuck to the business of keeping the Rangers atop the East Divi- sion and his team-mates in stitches. One oft-repeated story once had him calling Bernie Geof- frion. then Ranger coach, on the pretext he was a New York re-; MINNEAPOLIS (APi Al- though coach Bud Grant has been unpredictable about nam- ing still advance into the playoff by phia; wide receiver Earl Me- tying Chicago the final day of i Culloudi, bruised ribs; tight end the regular season Charlie Sanders, sprained arch, starling quarterbacks, j Detroit badly outplayed Hie: and linebacker Mike Uicci, Gary Cuozzo likely will gel the i Vikings in the first half of the j bruised knee, call to direct Minnesota Vikings Sept. 20 panic in Detroit, but lead 'over George Archer and j jntent on writing about; b J. C. Snead, j the Rangers. Cuozzo ha Bert Yancey and 51-year-old j Geoffrion was taken in. giving Saturday against Detroit Lions. Grant will announce his start- ing line-up this afternoon for the a.m. MST National Football (ague game at Metropolitan Julius Boros were next at 67 with a group of four tied al 68. They were Curtis Sifford. who had a hole in one, Bruce Fleisher, George Johnson and Harrv Toscano. L a run-down on the New' York players, including Hadfield whose disguised voice carried the other end of the con- versation. Another time, a young fan started the last three games against Detroit, in- cluding a 16-13 Viking victory in the 1971 opener. C u o z 7. o 's most memorable game against the Lions came in 1968 when he touk over in the second quarter and marched the Bench not happy with request TULSA. Okla. (AP) Johnny Bench, hard-hitting Cincinnati catcher, said Thursday he is re- luctantly complying with a re- quest by the Reds to lose weight j and drop two of his business ventures. Bench, in Tulsa for the annual Oaklaboma Athletic Hall of Fame meeting, said the Reds have suggested he gel down to 200 pounds and divest himself of an automobile agency in Dayton and a bowling alley in Cincin- nati. The requests came after Bench, Ihe 1970 Most Valuable Player in the National League with 15 home runs, 140 runs bat- led in and a .293 average, hit only .238 with 27 homers and 61 I bULUUU UUdI dllu Illdl Llleu lllc kept interrupting Geoffrion dur- touchdown despite :ng a Ranger workout .insisting RBI last season. Bench said the Reds re- quested he give up the busi- nesses b e ca u s e "the club thought 1 had too many outside interests." Bench seemed more riisltirbed about the weight than the busi- "I don't have an ounce of fat on me." Bench said, ''and you I could weigh what I weighed al mid-season Ho the job and now suddenly IK overweight at 205." j he had been given permission to break into the practice session. Later, it was learned permis- sion had been granted by Had- field. Geoffrion, upset by tire intru- sion, came to appreciate Had- field's sense of humor and was later quoted as saying: "I wish I had 10 Vic Hadfields on my team." Boom-Boom, as Geof- frion was known from his play- ing days with Montreal Cana- diens. eventually had to fore- sake the Ranger job because of a stomach disorder. CHICAGO I BUFFALO 1 First Period 1. Chicago. Martin 10 R. Hull) Penalty- Campbell Second Period 2. Chicago, Mikita II (D. Hull, Koroll) 3. Chicago, Mikita 12 (Maki) Penalties Evans Barrie D. Hull Third Period Buffalo, Marlin 19, 2-33 Penalties Jerrctt Mikita Shots on goal by Cnicaso Buffalo 7 NEW YORK 5 PHILADELPHIA First Period 1. New York, Had- field 21 (Ratelle, Gilbert) Pen- allies Fairbairn Van Impe 6-13, Fairbairn Johnson Park Second Period New York, Had- field 2? (Ratelle, Park) 3. New York, Ratelle 17 ICarr, Neilson) Penalties Clarke Hughes j Tkaczuk major. Park major, aame t, Safher misconduct, Foley game mis- York, Ir- naior, isconduc playing with a broken collar- bone. Minnesota won. 24-0. This year Cuozzo has slarted seven of Minnesota's 12 games and completed 71 of 153 passes for 321 yards and six touch- downs. LEE GOT CALL Bob Lee, the third-year vet- eran from Pacific, got the call the last three weeks and led the Vikings, 9-3, to victories over New Orleans Saints and Cuozzo rallied Minnesota to its comeback victory. SCHWEXK FIHK1) NEW ORLEANS (AP) Vic Thc Lions arc hurling HUE i Schwenk, veteran professional week with injuries. football executive, was fired Listed as possible or probable Thursday as general manager bpcause of assorted injuries are quarterback Greg Landry, who suffered a concussion in lasl week's 23-20 loss to Philadcl- o[ the New Orleans Saints, and astronaut Dick Gordon Is one of those being considered as a re- placement. Atlanta Falcons before being relieved by Norm Snead in the second half of last week's stunning 30-14 upset loss to San Diego Chargers. Snead has started twice. The Lions, 7-4-1. need victo- ries in their last two games to keep their hopes alive for a playoff bid. Even if they do win Saturday and Dec. 19 at S'an j Francisco, the Vikings could Top Salesman of the Month We ore pleased to an- nounce that Bud Peterson was our top salesman for the month of November. Our congratulations are [extended to Bud on his achievement. BUD PETERSON FLEMING MOTORS Corner 1st Ave. and 7th St. S. Phone 327-1591 conduct, LesuV, York, FBirburn 6 (Salher. DeMarco) Penalties Tkacnik, Clarke 1-19, Rolfe. Plante 4M8, pari- reau :59, Doak Tkaczuk, Clarke. li wine Sho's on qoal by New York u H-3J Philadelphia 7 7 DIRECT FROM BARRIE, ONTARIO, BEAUTIFUl PLANTATION GROWN EMERALD GREEN SCOTCH PINE CHRISTMAS TREES Them At The L-MART PARKING LOT 4th Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENTS LETHBRIDGE SH and DOOR Corner 5th Avenue, 4th Street S. 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