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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBBIDG! HERAID Thundoy, D 14. 1975 The Holiday Season! Otters slifide llonnlon Aeros 3-2 Sheehaii has picked up where he left off By T1IK ANANIAS' 1'HKSS Bobby Shcehan -.vns one of the many young players California Goiden Seals were hotiing would make them contenders in the National 15 until the World Hockey Asso- ciation became a fact. Sheehan. scored 20 goals and assisted on 25 last season for California in the NHL. jumped to New Yor-: Raiders of Ihe I'ms year and is rioina for them exactly what he did for the Seals lait ing goals. He three Wednesday night in leading the Raiders to a S-l ramp of Quebec Les Nor- diques in a'.tlon. The goals save him a total of 20 :or the season. In other Priijadelprla Blazers scored four goa's in the third period to defeat vrinnireg Jets 7-4. Chicago Cougars dov.ned New England 6-3 End Alberts' Oilers heat Houston Aero-s 3-2. a native of v.'ey- hum. had brie; r.irits in the NHL with Montreal before rveing sold to the Seals in .May. IWL In a fijil seamen year the he scored and the Seals were cos- ting on and ether like Tom Wayne Carlfoi and Oerry der to make them rescectaole E'JL the V.KA too Ferguson and Shcehan cacnf picked uri a goal and two sLsts in the first period in which the Raiders scored file goals. Sheehan then scored twice early in the third period, both on power plays. Bob Garry Peters. Ron V.'ard. the league's leading marksman. Bill ar.d V.'ayne Rivers also scored for N'ew York while Alain Caron got Oueoec'5 only goal w-lth minutes left in the game. v.ai i'jcky for a change." Shcehan said of his three goals "I was trying to pass on mv first goaf and it went in. "l needed a cheap one to get me going." Goalie Pete Donnelly of New York pointed out that Les Nor- diques appeared tired arid Que- bec coach J. C. Tremblay agreed: "We were very tired from travelling and ii showed in yur play tonight, ft was wjr worst earne of the season At Philadelphia. Danny Law- son's coal at the third period started the four-goal bar- rage. Then in short order Michel Plante, with two goals, and Bryan Campbell scored giv- ing the' Blaters four goals dur- ing trie first four minutes of the period. Jim Cardiff. John McKenzie and Tom Plumb also for the Blazers while Chris deleau, Duke Dune Rousseau and Bobby Hull scored for Winnipeg. Resting in intensive care mill Maki's condition fair NEVT WESTMINSTER. B.C. v.'ayne Maki "is in the emergency o-eration Sunday 'OP; A spokesman for the intensive care unit at Royal removal of a brain tumor. Vancouver Canucks of the Na- Columbian Hospital ar.d the hos- ''His brother Chico visited tional Hoc-key reported pita! staff lists his as last night arrd Wayne is cw> '.'.edr.esday that wirier fsir" iolluv.ina a four .scions, stH C-.-eg UwjgUi. public relations officer for the Another rhrce-goal performer during I he nigU v.as Jan Popc-il who got his in Chicago's v.in over the Whaler, leaders In the j Boh Sicinski assisted on all 1 three goals by I'opeil arid also scored ore. Bob Whitiock and Knibh-s also stored for t h e Cougars while Rick Jordan, John anby and Tom Webster scored for the Whalers. Rusty Pater.aude and Jim Berjzc-lock scored third-period goals to rally the Oilers who a five-game losing streak. Ken Baird got the other Oiler i goal bon Grierson and j Duke Harris scored for Hous- ton. In earr.es tnn.ighl. New Eng- the "rtv.- York meets (arid is at agajrist Nationsls in snl MLinesola Fighting Saints play ANNOUNCEMENT Rustlers' leader shares second SMOIAN1A FLASHBULBS Flashcube-Pkg. of 3 1.39 M2B-Pkg. of 12 Magicube-Pkg. of 3 1.87 M3B-Pkg. of 1 2 1.79 AG-IB-Pkg. of 12 1.49 High Cube-Pkg. of 2 Press 25B-Pkg. of 12 g 1.57 i.s fine OTTAWA _'1p, _ i oi ari -z-.'f. on cruiche-; Wh-ing with the Chicago Biacs Ha-Ji-Ei of the '-HI., -.isited with tre M-year-old hrotber before i a T'jpffidav nisht sarr.e Vancouver a.rd Chicago. j said Chico left' return "unless condi- tion chaise-." P.ED DEEP. 'CP) Res Dor. Stepherjwn Red Wayne was sent back captain of Red Deer contLr.ues to lead the goalten- to VaKcotiver from AtUnta, Rusuers. eisht fjint.s in ders with a 3.07 gcreU GA.. after complained of sames last week to jump average but the Canary Car.-' headaches during trie the thick of the ucks duo of Rori Burgess ard la-es' road trip to At- i.'ior Hockey Mike Priestr.er has ]2-ta. Toronto arid Detroit He; Kirch'; surge pushed ges; lowered his a- to for wcrrvation and wa! lo 55 points. for a-r-d PriestKr is close be- surjery Sunday 5 share of place with Rind at 4. siternooi. Rvan Wwker Dnimhelier Brent of Uthbridge H-x? Csr.ucks acquired the Tr.e pair trail Ken Nel- Sugar Kings Ls the penalty lead- scrappy leftwinser from the St. of DrumheHer. the leader er with 127 rr.inu'.es. 24 more Lo-ris in the expsn- for most of the season, by fcee '-'nan teammate p.co. "Vet'.ar.d. sirx-. d-aft He was of the Wefir.es- realized team with minors club's rookie I37iJ-7! sc-avx-, with shw Doug Luxiskog ir. 27 j goals ar.d a.ssUt.5 r.'sde higsest gain of the had 22 goals arxi 25 as- v.eek with nine polnLs. four G c fri :iv.s and three rr.are than Bernbridge of .'7 ar.d :0 as-is'-s ir. games XeL-OTi tops !oa iOals 'jri-.h rjj v.hiie f t1-'; leairs Dlayrnaker 3 is ofiicia's made OPEN DAIIY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M UNTIL DEC. 23rd TONIGHT AND FRIDAY ONir SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS STORE HOURS: OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY TIL CHRISTMAS! THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE 1GA LETHBRIDGE CRANBER 22 Ibs. and over POTATOES SPARKLING BABY.DUCK bag POINSETTIAS MINCEMEAT 44-oz. jar 21, 22, 23 UNTIL 9 P.M. Bernard Simmons Mr. Art WilHami of Art Williomi ttd. ii pftajed ta an- nounce ihe appsinfmEnl of Ber- of Eitot% Mr. SimrriGni lo Jhil poll- lion a wealth o' Vnowledge in the E.loi. The agency clso lo orv- rnember of Ihg Coait lo Coast Referral and alto hot available a Selling Price plan frjr profverty. Ihe ilaW wo'jld be lo receive enquiriei on a n y phaie cf yo'jr Pea] Eilofe rfr- qufremenh ba Ihey telling of curing. They Invite your coll, 322-8124, or yC'jr vilit lo their oi'fi-e, in Centre Village Moll. weather for Ducks. When it comes to your favourite Andres Duck, pica-sure knows no season. Andres Cold Duck, a beautiful bletid of champagne and burgundy. Or Andres Baby Duck, the happy marriage of a robust, red wine to a delicate, sparffihg wbite. Whatever the now's the time to get quacking. ANDReS COLD DLJCK B (ALBERTO UD 72-H3 ;