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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TVI8 tnilBRIDGE Mo.icW, Oi-ci-mber 13. 1971 Worslcv viclimht'd Black Hawki surge ANDY CAPP By IAN Mad.AIM'. r.iniulian Press Staff i of his New Vork limigcr i Stars' netmiiiiling landcm with team-mates and Boston Bruins j a league-leading goals-agamst saw two ex-males haunt then) in j average of going into last Cump willed before National Hockey League action j week's games, was shelled from the a r o u s e d Chicago Black i Sunday night. the nets by of tne first pc- goal- riod after four pucks got past stole the scoring thunder from I tender who The Hawks seining spree pro-1 MIL as the Hangers trounced polled them to a win over j Pittsburgh Penguins 6-1 to pad the North Stars and a four-point their lead in the East to three bulge in their battle for top spot in the West Division. Brad Park came up with his first three-goal game in the And Boston saw their chances of staying wilh the Rangers sud- denly dim when ex-Bruins Ivan hihitions The Lethbridgc Community College Kodiaks showed their superiority and wiped out the visiting .Saskatchewan Technol- ogy' Institute Beavers llli-25 in exhibition action Saturday night. Ths Beavers, who play out of LYING DOWN ON THE JOB The prone body of Hie Sabres' Paul Terbenche helps block a shot. Toronto's Norm Ullman racss toward the puck while Roger Crazier gets ready at the goal. Kniiihon s By BOB GREEN FREEPORT, G.B.I. (AP) "I had all my eggs in one bas- ket in Ihis one round" a smiling and admittedly excited Bob Goalby said lie uas talking about final round 70. a steady one-under- par efforf under tremendous pressure Sunday that brought him a one-stroke victory in the Bahama Islands open golf tournament. More importantly, at least for tnc 40-yrar-old Goalby. it se- cured him an exemption from Ihe qualifying rounds for next year's regular tour events. Goalby. vno had had a poor season, bad lo win this last 1 The Gift That Will I Keep On Giving f GENERAL ELECTRIC PORTABLE event on the pro schedule to make it. "I'm pretty excited, maybe as much as I have ever lie said after sinking short par putts on the final two holes to win the first prize and a spat in the tq> 60 money win- tile determining factor in making the exempt MAS 11 j "It's a matter of j said Goalby. winner of 11 titles 1 in his pro career that started in ]9.ri7 ''I didn't even know how much money it was for first place. 1 jiLst knew that T had lo win II. It's very important lo me." i 'Die vicory pushed his 1372 I earnings to" SJ5.033.43 for tire year and 51st placc_ j George Knudson of Toronto i also made it into ihc top tio with a tie for 20th place. Me needed si to make it and won JS1.222.SO. That Imocked cut Dick and .limmy Jamieson who had held .spots going into (he week Weekend scorers. SUNDAY New York r> Pittsburgh 1 New York Park 3. Gilbert, Carr, MacGregor; Ilarbunik. I'hibrlrlpliia 1 Montreal I Van Impe, C 1 c m e n t, Morrison; Montreal Tardif. Toronto 4 I'liffalo 2 Toronto MacMillan. Trot- tier Elhs. Harrison; Median. Perreault. Chicago 5 Minnesota 3 Chieago D. Hull. 2, Maki, R. Hull, Martin; Minnesota iVanne, Labossicrc, Goldswor- thy. California -1 Boston 2 California Shcchan. Bolcli- rcv, Carleton; Eos- Esposilo. Chieago 3 Toronto 1 Martin, R. Hull; Montreal 4 Minnesota 3 Montrcal-Laflcur 3. P. Ma- li ovlich; sworthy, Labossierc, Parisc. Boston Vancouver 2 2, Bailey, Slanficld. Westfall, Orr; Van- Ccnnclly. Detroit 6 Philadelphia 3 Detroit Karlander 2, Dionne 2, Libett. Dclvecchio: 2, Par- izcau. Buffalo n Pittsburgh 3 Ma r t i n, Atkinson; Creary, Stewart, Apps. Los Angeles St. IvOuis 1 1. o s 2, Maroltc, Lcmicux; St. Louis Moose Jaw, were never really in UK: game as they trailed 62- 12 at half time. It was obvious that Ilio Kcdi- yks dominated every depart- ment of the game as they pick- ed off 44 rebounds, intercepted :in passing plays and raitshot i their opponents on the court. The Kodiaks finished the ex- hibition encounter with a 57 per cent shcoting average from the field and 60 per cent average from the foul line. Alec Dudas led the Kodiaks wilh a brilliant 34 point perfor- mance while Curt Wolscy and Gil Wosnack chipped in with and 17 points respectively. VVosnack led the rebounds with is while Williams aided with 10. Williams also picked up 10 points during the Kodiak's scor- ing spree. The Kodioks won't see action again until the annual Christ- mas tournament December 27- 28. Meanwhile in high school exhibition action Catholic Cen- tral Cougars came on strong in the second half to upend Mount Royal College Cougars Junior Varsity of Calgary 65-50. The two clubs had played to Boldircv and Wayne Carlefon scored in a 4-2 loss to California Golden Seals. In oilier games Sunday. Mont- real Canadicns, also in the East Division race, failed to capital- ize on the Bruins loss by drop- ping a 4-1 game to Philadelphia Elurs. Toronto Maple Leafs took advantage of Buffalo defen- sive lapses to score twice on third-period breakaways for a 4-2 victory over the Sabres. Chicago regained first place Saturday with a 3-1 win at To- ronto while Montreal nipped Minnesota 4-3. elsewhere, Bos- ton drubbed Vancouver Canucks 6-2, Detroit Red Wings out- skated Philadelphia 6-3, St. Louis Blues bowed to Ange- les Kings 4-1 and Buffalo and Pittsburgh Penguins tied 3-3. Tuesday's action finds To- ronto at St. Louis and Vancou- ver at home !o Detroit. Worsley, 42, who lost his last start, 3-1 at Toronto last Wednesday, bad a case of too many Hulls before he departed in favor of Ccsare Maniago. Dennis Hull started the Mont- real native's exit with the first of his two goals just, after the five-minute mark. Then Cllico Maki. Dennis Hull again and Bobby Hull's 17th of the season completed the shellacking. MANIAGO ALLOWS ONE Maniago allowed just one more goal, but the Minnesotans 'JUST TREAT 'IM AS IF 'E WAS were unable to play catclvup hockey in a surprisingly-tame affair at Chicago Stadium in which only six minor penaHics were called. Ihrre lo each Irani. Park rocked Penguin's rookie poaltender Jim Tintherforri with two goals in the second period and added his I Oth of the year early in the final session. He also assisted on New York's first goal, by Rod Gil- bert. The veteran winger's goal, his 20th of the season, was the only goal picked up by Hangers high-scoring Hot Line of Gilbert, Jean Ratelle and Vic Hadfield. It also marked !he sixth time Gilbert has scored 20 or more goals in a season, a learn mark surpassed only by Andy Bath- a 27-27 stalemate in the first gate and Camille Henry, each 1 with eight 20-or-more-goaI sea- half. Lyle Gallant paced Catholic Central with 14 points while three tearmnates. Randy Koyer, Peter Sikora and John Dudas each managed nine. Wouri picked up 12 points in a losing cause. Jeff Hagen added 10. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE YorK Roslon Toronto Detroit Vancouver Buffalo W 19 19 17 West Division .....30 7 IB 8 ___ 10 16 in 16 r F A PtS. t 5 131 63 43 6 2 110 6-1 40 4 6 10.1 61 It'1 g.'al.i, Brent and Brian Back replied for Swift Current. Settle 7 21 F A PIS. 1 10? 67 37 t 103 3d 1 93 71 3? 2 89 96 30 I 1 77 RH 19 0 39 136 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National York 6 Pittsburgh 1 Philadelphia A Montreal 1 Toronto A Buffalo 2 Ch'curio 5 Minnesota 3 California 4 Boston Boston f, TirlPWntT "t Snrinafipld Nova Ckvrlsnd 6 Cincinnati S Richmond 2 Rochester 3 Western Denver 6 Seattle 0 International Dsyton 5 Fort Wayne 3 Colunihus 9 Port Huron S DES Moines 3 1 Eastern B New Haven 7 SyacL'S': 3 Lcng Island 2 Charlotte -1 4 Central Tulsa 5 Dallas 3 Prairie Reglnfl 6 Edmonton 2 Cnlgsry J Yorfcton 1 Manitoba Junior St. James 5 West Kildonan S Dauphin S Kenorn 3 Selkirk A Portape Is Prairie J Saskatchewan Junior Prince Albert 9 Rcqina Pati 7 Humlxiltlt 8 Weyburn J Saskatchewan 11 Notre I Western Canada Junior Rpqina 3 Swift Current 2 Flin Flc-n 8 Medicine Hat ft NPW Westminster Ertmcnfcn 3 Winnipeg 3 Saskatoon 2 Cfllqary'7 Brandon 3 Alberta Junior Onmihellcr 4 Lethbridqe 3 Calgary Canucks 5 Edmonton Movers 3 British Columbia Junior Vernon 15 Kelowna 0 Atlanta WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwcsl Division Milwaukee 76 a Chlcaao.......20 B Phoenix 15 11 Delroit n 17 Pacific Division Angeles ..37 3 Seattle .....19 1? Golden State Pcf. .600 .571 .393 .357 .333 Hoi Portland 9 17 6 n .535 .393 .900 .613 .516 .290 .207 West 13 ision 8 12 .714 .633 .464 .400 .393 .321 11 17 ,39.1 Dallas ........H 18 -37? FOOTBALL SCORES SATURDAY Minnesota 29 Detrcit 10 Baltimore Miami 3 SUNDAY Green Dny 31 Chicago 10 Dallas 42 New York GiantJ U Philadelphia 19 SI. Louis 7 Cleveland 21 New Orleans 17 Houston ?0 Buffalo 14 New York Jets 13 New England i Pittsburgh 21 Cincinnati 13 San Diego 45 Denver 17 Kansas City 16 Oakland H San Francisco 24 Atlanta 3 WESTERN INTERCOLLEGIATI Rockies Division W L Pet 8 UBC 60 1.000 -J 2 .iW7 Victoria 3 3 .500 Cnlgnry 2 4 .333 Uliibridge l 7 .125 Prairie Division Manitoba A 1 -157 SasVatchewan -I 2 .667 Winnipeg 3 .571 Brandon 1 5 .167 Regina......... 0 4-000 ELRICH TIRE 4OT lit Art. South ;