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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Dotcmber 15, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Some of ihe actors (ire changed act the same Bv the National s Staff Writer Dulvccchio used lockey League night to (lo his act ho has been 21 years. Only ngcd. 20 years lie set goals. retired, after 25 years service at Detroit, Delvccchlo continues the same chores with an assortment of characters. He helped on all four Detroit scores Tuesday night before the curtain came down at Vancouver's Coliseum on a 4-3 Red Wing win over Ihe Canucks. In the night's only other St. Louis Blues bowed 4-2 to Toronto Maple Leafs. The Leafs return home tonight to face Pittsburgh Penguins. Elsewhere Montreal Can-adicns visit Los Angeles Kings, Philadelphia Flyers move into New York against the Rangers, Chicago Black Hawks entertain Buffalo Sabres and St. Louis the cast has changed For the first 20 up Gordie Howe Lakers continue lo win Bucks on own streak Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS broke it recently, Betting ous of Hie Lakers' streak? Arc Milwaukee Bucks, holders of the National Basketball Asso- ciation record for consecutive victories before Los Angeles getting jeal- Apparently so. While the Lakers, who have been grabbing all the recent headlines, extended their record Bowling scores YBC BANTAM GIRLS Debbie 205; Pat on !06; Jennifer Mabin III; _______ laO; Barbara Toth 192; Loi Chaki 179; Debbie Bergmar. 166; Bren- da Christie 172; Kathy Jocvenazzo 169 CPR LEAGUE Dennis Obcrg 235; Alma Oberg 230; Robert Bobatc 239; Vi Anderson 221; Harv Schweitzer 253; Arie Stotyn 233; Fil Oberg 246; Lyncl Gaetz 295 John Morris 253; Janice Johnson 235. I JUNIORS anil- i Tom Miklos 198; Gary Lohuis 2J3; 'pnny j Ron Gretzinger 21S; Bev Passey 191; Frank Grc jer 194. Packers lose first game Canada Packers suffered its j first loss of the season in the Lcthbridge Broomball League as they were beaten 4-1 by Wei- terlich. Alvin Tictz scored three times for the winners while TOm Wright got the other. Bill Chriticn replied for the Pack- ers. A pair of ties saw Honda and the Traders play to a scoreless draw while Inrin Wyrostok counted once for Elrich-Kim- ura as they fought to a 1-1 deadlock with Lcthbridge Hotel. George Stimatz scored for the Hotebncn. The Rovers bounced Lcth- bridge Gaol 5-1 as Fred Zim- nier scored twice. Hay Harris, Allan Penninglon and Butch Bruchet each had a singleton. A. Hunter scored for the Gaol. In the other game of the eve- ning Coaldale edged the Knight Clubbers Fred Cuenthcr and Walter Duda tallied for the winners. Herb Curran aver a shutout for the Clubbers. A special meeting of the league wilt be held Thursday evening in room three of the Civic Centre at Each team is asked to have a repre- sentative on hand as new ref- erees will be appointed. CIVIL SERVICE Karlyn Spilier 111: Barb Epp 230; Vonna Hedenstromcl 237: Francis Harris Belly Swaren 250; Marg BesEC-iing 231; Al Taylor 268 Sieve Dimnik Lew Mills 278 Verr, Stew GarricK 261; Les YBC BANTAM BOYS "A" DIVISION Bill Todd 293 Kim Tinordt 213; Harvie Pocza 215 Doug Vocjt 323; Parry McDonald 107: Marly Shigehiro 172; Leonard Markus 173. "3" DIVISION Philip Nowik 171; Mark Sharun 166: Michael Tolley 226; Bill Taylor 182; Doug Henderson 146; Edwin Burwabh 1.15. BANTAMS Robert Miklos 1BO; Geof Krokosh 183; Cindy Pedrini 166; Michael Ger- la 172; Brad Kirthenman 191; Lynn Pearson 160; Jackie Pearson 161; Karen Hartley 160; Kevin Prindj Kenwood Malinda STANDINGS DOUG'S Chris Guenlher 263 Pat Mer- lin 285 Irene Lynda 252; Gladys Field 243; Dorothy Anderson !39; Ann Duval 269; Mary Mihalik 2B9 Joyce Brown 259 Judy Har- nack 268 Karen Carney 258. FRIDAY SCHOOLS YBC JRS. AND SRS. Carolyn Passey Leslie Kill ins 211; Linda Malcomson 375 Lor! Finnerty 212; Darcy Tamyose 235 [43-0; Les Erickson 271 Kim Asquin 2-16; Michael Sharun 351? Kim Kovacs 259 Darrell Lagler 239: Bryan SakamoJo 236; John Wildman 289 YOUNG ADULTS Gary Lohuis 273; Randy Stllito 2B6 Ken 300 Ron Grct- zincer 28J; Ron Taylor 2BJ Darwin Romanchuk 272; Karen Berg- man 321 Darlene Terry 250 Carolyn Passey 235; Linda Matcormon 75 Brenda sen 233; Bev Mezei 225. MAJOR MIXED May HiPbert 306 Steve Mere! 321; A! Smith 27A Karlyn Spit- zer 296 Lorraine Persley 251 ._ (65-0; Earl Armour 3.17 Steve .A Pcdcrsen 33J Lev: Mills 298 John Tinordi 273; Jean Passey 266 Bill Koskoski 30-1 SENIOR CITIZLENS Henry Dechlhold 250; Bob Linder- man 252; Ted Haszard 257; John F'eming 245; Fred Beard 23J; Walter Baker "337; Ruby Oseen 309; Velma AAIIIer 254 Jessie MacDonald 273 Ul Holt 279 Frances Bambrick 239; Katie Bernhart 241. PRE-BU1LT SOCIAL Jack Roberts 238; Frank Donaio 239; Sill Low 250; Emanuel Schile 272 Lucille Schile 220; Larry Dumontier 270; Shirley Hetesy 269; Joe Schmnlz 273; Gary Low 2-19; Dar- lene Horfiozer 244; Ncdra Williams string lo 22 victories, beating Portland Trailblazors 129-114 T u e s d a y night, the Bucks quietly reeled off their sixth straight triumph, downing Hous- ton Rockets 100-38. Elsewhere in the NBA, Phoe- nix Suns lopped New York Knicks 110-100, Seattle Super Sonics trounced Detroit Pistons Buffalo Braves- defeated Philadelphia '76ers 117-110, Bos- ton Celtics trimmed Chicago Bulls 110-108, and Cleveland Cavaliers edged Baltimore Bul- lets 88-85. In the American Basketball Association, it was: Carolina 125, Virginia 121; Pittsburgh 130. Memphis 128; Indiana 107, Dallas 98, and Denver 119, New York 118. SHOW BALANCE Los Angeles, unbeaten since Oct. 31, used a balanced attack in subduing Portland. Five La- kers scored at least 20 points, with Wilt Chamberlain and Gail Goodrich leading the way with 24 points apiece. Milwaukee, which established the previous record of 20 straight victories last season en route to Ihe league title, was paced by Oscar Robertson's 29 points. Phoenix, beating New York for the first time in nine at- tempts at Madison Square Gar- den, got 24 points from Neal Walk. Spencer Haywood returned to Detroit, the city where he starred in high school and col- lege, and fired 31 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, pacing Se- attle over the Pistons. Veteran Walt Hazzard's 26 points and rookie Elmore Smith's 23 points helped Buffalo beat Philadelphia for the first time in five meetings over two seasons. John Havlicek collected 16 of his 113 points in the third period, helping Boston spurt past Chi- cago. John Warren and Butch Beard each converted two free throws in the final 30 seconds, sealing Cleveland's victory over Balti- more. bowed 4-2 visit Minnesola North Stars. Delvecchio, a 39-year-old su- pc-rslar who played the best years of his career in the shadow of his buddy, Howe, was ready to retire before the sea- son started because of reported changes in his status. The long-lime centre and cap- tain of the Wings said he had al- ways been a regular "and I want it to stay that way until the day I retire." Doug Barkley, who began the season as Delroit coach, and general manager Ned Harkness saw Ihings differently. They looked on Delvecchio's 39-year-old legs as battle worn, 5 0 23 0 1.1 13 10 1-1 11 7 10 1.1 ft Leth. Gaol .2 6 Fiorino Rovers 2 5 Traders 5 SCORING LEADERS J. Vaselcnak, packers Frornradfls, Welt. T. Wright, Welt G. Crawlord, Packers G. Stlrnatz, LH J. Fraser, Coaldale R. Meroniuk, Honda R. Whitecroft, Elrrch IN DOUBT jk fc'yf f j X GIVE HER ffc fc? fjir GENUINE IK SEALSKIN I K, BOOTS tincd throughout with ei'" real Sheepskin. ''e ll SEE OUR fij. WINDOWS Wj, fs I BENEFIT I SHOES LTD. I J? 615 4th Avc- S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN DAILY UNTIL M 9 P.M. HIGA'S Dinnne Pedersen 195 Anne Wolstoncroft 27.1 Suzan Mc- Donald 266 Grace Franz 25-1; Linda Malcomson 353 Marlene PraskacV: 263; Doreen Rombough 353; Marq Michaienko 260 Shirley Alexander 266 (655 Edilh Voth 756; Kae Mann 270 Barb Scatter- good 303 B AND E HARDWARE Walt Crombez 30-1 Abe Plett 300 Morgan Sparks 326 Bill Hamilton 305 Leroy Con- ine 305 Bob Costanzo 30-i Edith Voth 319 Leona Pedrini 257 Dot Anderson 290 Wilma Vslcr 248; Myrna Tymensen 253; Eva Deimuth 549. NAMED COACH ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP> Harry (Peanuts) Lowrcy, a Na- tional League baseball coach for the last 12 years, was hired Tuesday lo coach third base for California Angels of the American League. 33, who coached thf last two years for Chicago Cubs, was hired by Del Rice, the new Angels' manager. Frazier named top fighter NEW YORK CAP) Joe Fra- zier was named Fighter of the Year for 1971 Tuesday by the Boxing Writers Association. The world heavyweight cham- pion, who also was the group's outstanding fighter in 19G9, will receive his second Edward J. Neil Memorial Award. The award is named in honor of the former Associated Press boxing writer who was killed while covering the Spanish Civil War in In his only bout in 1971 the 27-y e a r -o 1 d Frazier knocked down Muhammad Ali in the 15th round and won a unanimous in- round decision March 8 in Madi- son Square Garden. The fight, in which each man received a guarantee of million, was one of the most talked about in years and he- came known as The Fight. Frazier's victory over Ali was so big lh.it no other boxer was nominated for the Neil Award. unable to "keep up with a 78- game said Barkley, who no longer coaches Detroit. Barkley planned to use Del- vecchio primarily as "an extra man" on the power play and killing penalties. The Red Wings finally acceded to Delvecchio's wishes and he has been one of their few consistent producers. Against the Canucks lie set up linemale Mickey Redmond for two and Al Karlandcr for the winner. Defenceman Dale T a 11 o n, whom Vancouver coach Hal Laycoe has experimented with on right wing several times l.his season to put some punch into their offence, scored two for Canucks.. However, it went for naught as the Wings padded their fifth- place standing to five points over Vancouver in the East but remained seven behind fourth- place Toronto. The Leafs capitalized on de-g fensive lapses for the second straight game in handling the Blues at St. Louis. Jim Harrison and Dave Keen each scored their ninth goals of the season in the first period at, Ihe expense of St. Louis' de- fence to snap a H tic. The Leafs took advantage of loose defensive play to stop Buffalo by III e sa me score Sund ay night. FIRST HOME LOSS IN 7 It was St. Louis' first loss at home in seven games and came at the hands of a Toronto team that alternated effectively be- tween a tight-checking game and wide open skating. Harrison sent Leafs into the 'ead, moving effortlessly around defenceman Carl Brewer and centre Garry Unger at centre ice to victimize Blues' goal- ter.der Jim McLeod. A similar fate awaited Mc- Leod on Keon's goal when team-mate Bob Plager allowed the shifty -Toronto centre to skate in unmolested. Three fights interrupted the game, Harrison and St. Louis defenceman Andre Duponi trad- ing shots at of the first pe- riod and Toronto's Ron Ellis tangling with Barclay Plager just over a minute later. Harrison again held centre stage in the second period, this time with Jack Egers as opposi- tion. TORONTO 4 ST. LOUIS 3 Firs! Period 1. Toronlo, Ellis 11 tUllmnn, Dorey) 1-M.; 1. St. Louis, Dupont 1, 3. Toronto, Harrison 9 (Solwood, Dorey) J. Toronto, Keon 9 (Monahan) Rrewer 3-09, Harrison, Dupnnt ma- jors Barclay Plager, Ellis ma- jors Second Period 5. Toronto, Hen- derson 17 (Ellis, Ley) Penal- tics Baun 0.59, Monahan Ecjers. Harrison majors Dar- clav Planer Third Period 6. St. Louis. Criso 5 (Barclay Plager, Borrielcau) Penal lies Barclay Planer Brewer minor, misconduct Shols on goal by IT JUST WENT BY St. Louis Blues' goalie Jim Mc- Leod appears lo be concentrating on Toronto Maple Leafs' Jim Harrison as puck goes flying past the net. Four shots eluded McLeod as ihe Maple leafs dropped the Blues 4-2 in National Hockey League action Tuesday. Torcmto 11 1J St. DETROIT 4 VANCOUVER 3 First Period No scoring. Penal- Maki, Johnston 1ft: 23, Brown Second Period l. Vancouver, Tal- lon 7 (Boudrias, Guevremont) 2 Detroit, Redmond P. (Knrlander, Delvpcchin) 3. Detroit, Red- mond 9 (Delvecchio, Karlander) Penalties Schella Collins Trivlor Bergman Third Period A. Vancouver, Tat- Ion R (Boudrias, Schmautz) S. Detroit, Beroman 2 (Dolvecchio, Kar- lander) 6. Detroit, Kar- landcr 7 (Delvecchio) 7. Van- couver, Balort 9 (Guevremontl 1 :02. Pcnrilties Schmautz Bergman Schella Tallon, Brown ma- jor', Kptim-, Shots on goal by Detroit 4 13 Ticket prices go up Alouettes move back to McGill MONTREAL (CP) Before the 1968 football season began, Ihe owners of Montreal Al- ouetles decided to move their Eastern Football Conference :lub to a riverfront stadium on the site of Expo 67 from McGil! Stadium. Tuesday ouettes announced that they were moving back to McGill from the Autostade for at least the next three football seasons. "We have completed negotia- tions with McGill for the next three years, with two one-year options." Sam Berger, the Als' team owner told a news confer- e n c e. "Hopefully Montreal's Olympic Stadium will be ready j by then.' Althpuf. lose in and seats between the 25-yard lines.'1 Berger added that installation of track seals and bleacher spols will give the Als approximately 24.000 capacity for their home games. "Now we'll be able to offer afternoon, the people 20.000 good seats, whereas we had only be-1 "nobody wanted to come to the Iwcen the goal lines at the An- j Autosladc, even when the (cam Berger said. From the public's viewpoint, Berger said, the Autostade, with only one access road and all the seats a good distance from the sidelines, had proved a costly venture. Because of these drawbacks, Swim club places sixth Lclhbridge Lions Swim Club, with 11 members on hand, earned a sixth place finish in the team standings at the an- nual Foothills Pentathlon swim meet in Calgary recently. Lome Kemmett and Bill Syme in the senior division. Lome Kemmett was third in tlie individual over-all stand- ing finishing ahead of Ralph was winning. The Als' said that while a home-game average attend- ance of was needed at the Autostade, the largest crowd last season had been only 2S.OOO with a gale of to S160.000. The remainder of the home dates fell short of this objective. The deal will ensure McGill an income of a year for the next three football seasons. In return the university has agreed to refurbish ils park with any excess money going to- ward costs of intercollegiate sport and bursaries. the Alouettes seating capacity- -the Autostade seats and Mc- Gill will scat about club plans to offset this by in- creasing ticket prices. The Aloueltes will bump top seat prices to over from a S6.50 top that prevailed at the Autoslade last season. And the initial reaction has been favorable. "We've had hundreds of let- ters from fans telling us that if we move back to McGill, they'll renew their said Bob Sirois, the team's director of sales and public relations. "They say they'll gladly pay more to be close to the field again." "Our chief aims arc to give our fans some good seats from which they wall view the game from good vantage Ber- ger said. "We'll have between m Hullon, who is currently swim- Berger currently is rcncgo- Swimming for the locals in mmfi for Ihe University of Cal- iiating basic rental of o n ____ ___ ii AllfnctaHo a cmn hP naVS the five event meet, were Gordon Syme, Rob Emerson and Wendy Tuk in the 11-12 category, Shirley Van Dyk, Cindy G-leb, Tim Emerson and Henry Van Egleren in 13-14 and Susan Hunt, Wendy Susan Hunt was fourth in the standings. The team will now begin preparations for the provincial championships to be held this year in Calgary in the latter part of Autostade. a sum he p annually to the federal govc meat's Central Mortgage i Housing Corp. He said that maintenance costs his yea outlay for the premises n close to LEO SINGER'S Dick Tiger dies at home LAGOS, Nigeria (Rcuter) Dick Tiger, the former boxing cham- pion, has died in his Nigerian hometown after a brief illne official Radio Nigeria reported today. The radio said Tiger. -12. died in Aba, eastern Nigeria, Tue day night. He was survived by his wife and nine children. Newest stylings latest tones end flap pockets, Reg. 69.95 PRE-CHRI5TMAS SPECIAL McDonald decides issue for Tigers Davidson brilliant in win ll.v TIIK CANADIAN I'KKSS The batllcs for the top of the two divisions in Ihe Western Canada Hockey league looked less fierce after Tuesday night's action. Alexandra Restaurant NOW LICENSED Open Weekdays a.m. to a.m. Sundays and Holidays 8 a.m. to 9p.m. DOWNTOWN AT COR. 5TH ST. AND 4TH AVE. S. llcgina Pats defealed h'vvifl Cm-rent. Broncos 2-1 lo move from a tic lo first place in Ihe eastern division, two points ahead of idle Saskatoon Blades. In Ihe wcslern division, Cal- gary Centennials, who until re- cently had hecn in a see-saw baltlc for leadership with Kd- monton Oil Kings, heal New This pill. I lie Centennials five points ahead of Kdmonlon, who lost In Viclnrin. Cougars, ending a 10-gamc losing streak for the coast club. Medicine Hal. Tigers, third in the western division, downed Rrandon Wheat Kings, third in the eastern division, r. Al Barrett and Mike Wanchnk scored for Hegina, the goals coming within two minutes of each other in the second period. Wayne Kngele of Swift Cur- rent, mired in Ihe bottom of the eastern division, spoiled licrnie Germanic's shutout bid with a goal at 7M1 of the third period. Calgary, playing at home, got onlslanding goaltending from John Davidson whose only slip- np a deflection off a leam-malcs slicK. lie turned aside III! shols compared with 111 for Terry Richardson of Ihe Brnins. John Senkpicl, Gary Johnson, Bob Nystrom and Derek Black scored'for Calgary while Lome. town win on Iwo goals by Lnnin McDonald, 12 seconds apart in Ibe third period. Derik Kimlz. Tom Lysiak. Jeff Alilctt and Lief .Jac'obsen j also I allied for 1 lie Tigers. Kobhic Ncalc, Don Me- I.aughlin and Ron Chippcrficltl scored for Rrandon. Victoria bad lioon pointloss j j> since playing lo a ll-'i tic with Kdiminlon on Nov. 11! 1ml ended Ibe losing streak on iioals each by (irog liobinson and Don Morrison and another by line- male Terry Robinson, who also got three assists. Blake Robin- son scored Ihe other Victoria MEN'S FORTREL SPORT JACKETS and BLUE BLAZERS colors. SWEATER BUYS MEN'S V-NECK ALPACA SWEATERS long sleeves. Reg. 18.50. PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL MEN'S SLEEVELESS SWEATERS Broken siies 1 small, 2 medium, 5 large. Reg. lo 13.00. PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 12 .99 1.99 LEE BOOT JEANS AND FLARES 7-99 I i Reg. 10.95 PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL SPECIAL VALUES IN OUR BOYS' DEPT.! 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