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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THt LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tucsildy, December 14, 1971 Scoring race tivo-lcam bailie Boston stars OFF TO RED DEER Irene Lindsay and her mates earned the right to advance to ihe soulhern Alberta women's playdowns after defeating Norma Douglas twice at the Lethbridge Curling Club Monday. Lindsay had won the B section and Douglas the A. The winners arc, front loft to right skip Lindsay and third Enid Pepper. Back, left to right, second Joy and lead June Hood. The Lethbridge Sugar Kings The King? will also piny in a chance to move into new surroundings tonight as a fourth place tic with the Ed- montnn Maple Leafs as they host ijic Calgary Mount TJoyal Cougars in Alberta Junior Hoc- key League notion tonight. With a victory over the IfMETue leading Cougars, the Kings will share fourth place with Ihc Loafs, both with 16 points. they move from Ihe Adams Tee Centre to the new Hender- son L'ikn Arena. They had used l.ho Adams Ice Centre for their home-base until now, due to the destruc- tion of the old Arena. Gciffie lirne is so! for at the new rink. With Gasoline Purchase! Regular value Is 2.69 At Participating cSSO Dea'ers 1UONTHKAL (CP) Centre I'hi! lisposito and defenceman Bobby Orr of Boston Bruins have bmi as as ham and in a .sandwich in most cases during recent seasons in National Hockey League's imli vidual scoring race. But today the entire New York Hanger's line of centre Jean H a te I 1 e, along with wingers Vic lladfieid and Hod Gilbert, i.s doing its best lo sep- arate the Ksposilo retains the individual lead on the strength of his 300th regular-season NHL goal, one point ahead of Ratelle. The hnky scorer has a league-leading 23 goals and 51 points. Hadfield is third with 4fi points, one more than Gilbert and three more than Orr, who al.'-o lost his lead in the assist department. Golden Jet lnul hair transplant TORONTO (CP) Alter S900 worth of hair transplants, Bobby Hull's golden locks are thick enough for him to qual- ify for a television shampoo commercial. The all-star left winger for Chicago Black Hawks, here for a National Hockey League game against Toronto Maple Leafs Saturday, said he is taping the television commer- cial this week. "This is going to be a locker room he said. "I'm supposed (o say: 'I hate losing losing my hair but I'd be willing to lose nil my hair to get rid of this dan- druff.' 'Then I open my locker and there's a picture of my wife. I go on from there to say how she tipped me off to this shampoo for getting rid of dandruff." Hull had displayed a large bald spot unlii this summer when he decided to visit a dermatologist. told me 1 had good bor- rowing hair. What he meant was that I had heavy growth st the back of my head. That's where he would get the. transplants. He charges a plug. A plug is a group of fol- licles. It's the same thing as transplanting a small tree. "All I got was 90 plugs. That wasn't enough to cover the crown of iny head. I may get that done later." Now that he's redone his balding scalp, Hull is also thinking about getting his gap-toothed mouth reblocked and a nose owu re- sembles a gherkin as the re- sult of the MIL wars. "There's a dentist who wants to give me a permanent bridge, but that would mean I'd have to play wearing a mouth guard. As for the nose: yes, I'm going to get it fixed, but only when I quit hockey. If I got it done now, it would only get busted again." Ratelle look I he assist lead by picking up five last week to raise his total to It was the lirst week since Jan. 5. 1963, that someone other than Orr or Esposilo has led in assists. By becoming the liith player in NIIL history lo score 300 goals, Gsposito accomplished the feat in the sccoml-fewc games, 564. Only M a 11 r i e (Rocket) Richard, the form great right winger with Mon real Canadiens, bettered I mark by scoring Iris 300th go in his 481st game. Here is a comparison of som of the other players with 300 AS! GIFT MEMBERSHIPS YOUR FRIENDS WILL ENJOY THE MANY BENEFITS OF AN A.M.A. MEMBERSHIP, 365 DAYS A YEAR. Remember "It Pays to Belong lo ihc A.M.A." For complolo details call Iho A.M.A. at 328-1771 Lcthbridcjo Branch located at CAPRI BOWL, the word is out that the Westerr Canada rolloffs are just around the corner and the veteran bowlers are tuning up for the rolloffs in fine fashion Bowler-of-the-week honors in the men's section go to Bill Koskoski A pair of 80C triples give Hill the nod as he came up with an 851 triple in Green's with games of 197, 296 and a fine 358 Spare howling in Major Mixed saw him come up with an 822 triple after games of 224, 294 and 308 On the gals side of the ledger Bea Salmon got the nod as bowler-of-the-week with a brilliant effort in Martinizing Bea came up with games of 218, 378 and 334 for a 930 triple Her efforts moved her average over the 230 mark It never seems to fail When the competition becomes the best, the best are at the top of the competition. A trio of new league highs was established this past week Gus Schwarz rattled the pins for a 336 to take over the high single perch in B and E Hard- ware while Ted Mclntyre's 317 topped the single game high in Prebuilt Lois Gilbertson, also in Prebuilt, took over the gals high single with a 306 and high triple with a 729 Belly Hood matched a previous 757 high triple in Morning Coffee. A team from Calgary emerged with the spoils in the Colonel Sanders provincial championships The Cowtowners, who bowl out of Olympic Lanes, bested 24 teams Capri Bowl's Bloopers finished seventh in the over ail standings. Pace-setters among the men this past week were Ted Mclntyre with his 317 in Prebuilt, Gus Schwarz and a 336 in B and E Hardware, John Lacey with a 305 in the same league Gordies saw a number of strong performances turned in the best of which was Bruno Baceda's 322 and 85G, Bernie Bailey with a 309 and 831, Gary Tunbridge a 308 and 837, Ron Taylor's 331 and 810, Tom Adams with a 301 and 802 and Jack Smeed with a 304 and 808 Also in Gordies were Steve Pedersen 343 and 754, Russ Rombough 343 and 766, Randy Wolstoncroft 308, Mike Zmurchyk 305 and Earl Armour 303 Bill Koskoski led a flock of top efforts in Greens with his 358 and 351 Elroy Tolley came up with a 788 triple Other big triples went to Martin Houtekamer 775, Hugh Christie 787, Jack Smeed 303 and 762, John Tinordi 330 and 762 In Henry Homes Orest Yur- chak notched an 802 triple, Jim Wright a high of 331 and Dwayne Spitzer 303 Nobby Tajiri and Bob Omatani registered 798 triples in JCCA Tajiri had a 328 high single while Omatani came up with a 320 Also in JCCA were Shig Goshinmon 331 and 792, George Fujita 328 and 767 and Dale Fujita's 316 Allen Taylor had a 770 in Civil Service, Al Smith came up with a 777 in Major Mixed along with Bill Koskoski's 304 and 822, Lew Mills at 792, Earl Armour 347 and 763 Steve Mczei 321, and Steve Peder- sen 334 and 874 Ken Kurtz led Young Adults with a 300 and 853 while Ron Taylor came up with a 797 triple. In the gals action Higa's ladies saw Lorraine Persley come up with a solid 298 and 783 and Shirley Alexander a 286 and 725 Edith Voth also had a 305 In Prebuilt it was Lois Gilbertson's 306 and 729 Eva Dcimulh and Shirley Warner both came up with 295 games in B and E Hardware In Junior's Jean Passey was the pace-setter with a 318 and 793 followed by Pat Plomp 293 and Dcna Vaykovich 286 Jean Christie led the way in Speedy's with a 313 and 731 Aya Nakamura had a 276 In Simpsons Scars Valerie Allen had a 293 and 733 while Alice Ileynen had a 294 Betty llobbs was in a class by herself in Morning Coffee wilh a 297 and 757 Martinizing saw Bea Salmon's big 930 and 378, Alarg Smilh's 323 and 784 and Lor- raine Kirchncr's and 731 corner of 3rd Avc. and 9Mi Street South Krina McGuire came up with a 337 and 779 in Green's In the same league Bea Salmon had a 284 and 717 and Phyl Harrison a 725 Three gals shared the spot- light in Nil-Mode May Hiebert with a 298, Mary 296 and Kay Wheeler 295. Janey Koole had a 297 and 704 in Sundquist while in Henry Homes the leader was Jean Passey with an 813 Also in Henry Homes were Vcra Nicholl 306 and 762, Diannc Wilson 305 and Roma Kink 346 In JCCA Kaye Ayukawa accounted for a 290 Norlin had a 285 and 703 in Doug's with Mary Mihalik adding a 289 In Civil Service it was Karlyn Spitzer 318, Francis Harris 282 Linda Malcomson 375 in YBC May Hcihcrl, 306 and 736 and Karlyn Spitzer 296 in Major Mixed Karen Bergman 321 and 731, Linda Malcomson 275 and 707 and Darlcne Terry 709 in Young Adults. Ncaring the half way mark in YBC league play Ihe leaders arc in the hoy's section llarvic Pocza 215 in bantam. Rick Barva 232 in junior and Ken KurU 252 in senior in Ihe girl's it is BPV Salmon 176 in hanlam, lirenda Pedersen 223 in junior and Linda Malcomson 228 in senior Next event at Capri will he the young adults tournament this Sun- day The popular family twosome tourney will be held over the Christmas holidays Moonlight bowl will be held as usual over Ihe holidays every Sunday at p.m. more goals: Nels Stewart Montreal Maroons, Boston, New York Americans, 506 games Bobby Hull, Chicago Black Hawks, 57fith Bcrnie (Boom Boom) Geoffrion, Mont real and New York, game; Jean Beliveau, Montreal 5341h game; Gorclie Howe. DC txoit Red Wings, 624th game. Hull, incidentally, readied an- other milestone last week when he scored the G27th goal of his NHL career, including playoffs, That put him ahead of Rockcl Richard, who had 626 goals, in- cluding in regular-sea sor play and 82 in the playoffs. Hull has 571 regular-season and 58 playoff goals. The atl-time leader is who recorded 853 in regular-season and 67 in the playoffs. Another individual Ivghlight came about last Sunday when Brad Park of the Rangers be- came only the third active de- fenceman to score three goals in a game. GETS THREE GOALS Park performed the feat against Pittsburgh Penguins and goalie Jim Rut'hcrford. The only other defencemen lo score three goals in a game in the last 17 years are Orr, who did it 14, 1968 igainst Dave Drydcn and Chi cago, and again this season, Nov. 14, against Gary Edwards of Los Angeles Kings n d Pittsburgh's Duane Rupp who scored three against Ruther- ford, March 2-1, 1971, when the latfcr was with Detroit. Red Kelly, now general man- ager and coach of the Penguins, was the last defenceman prior to Orr and Rupp to score three goals in a game. Kelly, then with Detroit, did it against Boston and Jim Henry, Oct. 21, 1954. Tony E s p o s i L o and Gary Smith of the Black Hawks have taken over first place in the goalie race with a combined av- erage of ].76, 10 points better .han Gump Worsicy and Cesarc Maniago of Minnesota North stars. .CORING LEADERS "sposifo. Bos..... 'lie, NY Hadfield, NY ilbcrt, NY........ Orr, T luf R. Hull 'errcault, Buf F Mahovlich M NY......... lanfield. Bos..... Mikita, CM Ullman, Tor Unger, SfL........ Martin, Chi....... ificshan, Cal Screnson, Del Henderson, Tor Bucyk, Bos Rousseau, NY..... Lemafre, M....... inder, Cal M G A Pis Pim 23 28 51 17 17 33 50 52 11 It 65 20 25 16 13 30 tt 10 15 35 12 17 IB 35 8 13 n 35 10 16 IS 32 2J 1 21 31 53 7 11 31 2 12 IB 30 10 9 21 30 6 15 H 29 51 12 li 28 2-1 16 11 27 8 9 IB 27 6 14 10 26 14 13 13 26 2 11 IS 26 J Basketball tournament dates set Plans are completed for the 1st annual Lethbridge Christ- mas senior men's basketball ournamcnt. Tourney chairman Doug ?lark announced that Dec. 27 nd 28 at the Civic Centre eight cams will battle for top onors. Final date of registration for IK? eight team double knock- ut affair has been set for Dec. 6. Three Lelhbridge club's, Doug's the defending champs, I n i v e r sity of Lethbridge Pronghorns and Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks, avc already been accepted, Once again the Allan Tol- estrup memorial trophy will presented to the most valu- blo player in the tourney. it year the trophy was won Tim Tollcstmp of the Uni- ersitv. DINNER GUEST Ed Ferenz of the Philadelphia Phillies will be a head table guest at Ihe annual LD5 father and Son banquet Jan. 15. Ferenz The travelling secretary of .lie Philadelhia Phillies of the National Baseball League, Ed F'crenz, has been named to the head table of the LDS Father and Son Athletic Awards Ban- quet slated for January 15 at .lie Lethbridge Community Col- lege. Previously named to the lead table were Larry Bowa cf the Philadelphia Phillies: Cal- ;ary Stampedcr Gerry Shaw; Harold and Bryan Mandeville "rom the world of rodeo; runner Jerome Platt and emcee Ron Low. A former Lethbridge resident, 'erenz moved to the Philadel- >hia area in where ho oined the old Jersey Larks of the Eastern Hockey League as a press and public relations di- rector. He later spent six years 83 an administrative assistant in connection v.'ith the Liberty Bowl Football Classic. In Ed became the Phillies regular public address announcer as welt as handling the same du- ties for tire Philadelphia Flyers hockey club. In the fall of he became the general manager of the Jer- sey Devils hockey team and in 1969 he was appointed to his present position as travelling secretary with (lie Phillies. Tickets for this years ban- quet are available at apiece from Doug's Music and Sports, Thriftway Drugs and Coughs Body Shop in Lethbridge. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUS East Divis W I lew >05lon Montreal "oronio T F A Pis. 5 131 63 43 2 110 64 40 6 1D4 61 -10 8 77 80 30 5 77 96 73 4 67 TOO 20 6 79 115 16 Yoiuig triumphs n car rally Gaiy Young and navigator liaric Gcrliart emerged from hi Lethbridge Car Club rally ver the weekend with a scant glit points against tlicm to win o over all title, llandy Dunlop and partner ;ivid Annand finished second 10 points while Lowery id Mark Bennett were third ith 19 points. Fourth position ent lo Lavar Paine and Mur- y Munsie with 21 points fol- wod by Rick Blakcly and R. Blakcly witli so. In tbe novice competition "nil Foss and D.itlcnc Koss id a total of 1.1 points to win. ircc points hack were Tim id Chris St.uckert. Roger Mil- rd and RolxMt Kucheran com- ned for third place in the 110- CT class with 21 points, Mike and Bruce Christcnson id M points. Chicago Minnesota California Pittsburgh Philadelphia St. Louis Los Angeles AMERICAN L 18 8 10 10 16 9 15 5 fll 9-1 33 6 22 1 60 119 13 Eastern Division W L T F A P Boston 70 4 3 106 57 43 Nova Scotia 13 8 7 99 78 33 Springfield 10 9 7 8ft 83 37 Providence Richmonc Cincinnat Tldewatei 7 13 7 96 107 21 Western Division 14 8 4 100 77 3! ......1! 1 6 105 96 30 12 13 4 91 96 30 11 12 4 75 T3 J6 913 7 98 119 25 6 18 3 74 III 15 NFL STANDINGS AMERICAN CONFERENCE Easlcrn Division W L T P A Baltimore 10 3 0296119 Miami..... -J 1 1 23B 163 N.Y Jets .1 B 0 177 578 New England s a o 217 303 Buffalo 1 12 0 175 372 Central y-Cleveland a 5 o 265 760 Pittsburgh 6 7 0 237 349 Cincinnati A 9 0 263 230 Houston 3 9 1 202 297 Western Division x-Kansas City 9 3 1 2flO 199 Oakland 7 4 2 335 263 San Diega 6 7 0 278 392 f. a l 193 353 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T F A Dallas.....10 3 0 375 210 Washington 931 ?63 170 Philadelphia s 7 l IBO 274 St. Louis 8 1 219 248 N.Y. Giants 9 1 300 331 Central Division X-AAirmcaota 10 3 0 218 129 Detroit 7 5 1 314 255 Chicago 6 7 0 175 2J9 Green Bay A 7 1 263 271 Western Division Los Anqclos ..7 5 1 290 Francisco B 5 6 269 189 Atlanta f. 6 1 250 357 New Orleans 472 2-16 323 X-ciinched division title GLI WINTER TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 407 lit Av. South Phono 337-4886 or. 357-4445 ;