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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 3,0 - THE irTHBRIDCF HEP.AID - Friday. Dffcember 17, 197T Giacomin driven from New York nets sizzling Rangers By I AN Macl/AINK Canadian Tress Staff Writer Riding a crest as the National Hockey League's No. 1 goal-:ender has its pitfalls. The descent, when it comes, can be sudden and embarrassing. Gump Worsley held the dubious leadership last weekend. Then Chicago Black Hawks raked him for four goals in just over 12 minutes en route to n 5-3 win over Worsley's Minnesota North S'lars. Eddie G i a c o m i n, who replaced Worsley as the league's premier goalie, took his lumps Thursday night, allowing four goals in the first period as New York Rangers, East Division leaders. fp'l 8-1 before the aroused host Boston Bruins. The win gave Boston 42 points, three behind New York, and a second-place tie with Montreal Canadiens. In tlie only other game, Philadelphia Flyers climbed into a HAPPY BRUINS - Boston Bruins' Ken Hodge (8) and Phil Esposito (7) embrace each other after Hodge scored on New York Rangers' goalie Ed Giacomin in the first period. The Boston offence drove Giacomin from the nets as they blasted the Rangers 8-1. Wants them to stay out of sports unter blasts federal policy EDMONTON (CP) - Bill Hunter, general manager of Edmonton Oil Kings and a key figure in the new World Hockey Association, says the federal government should stay completely out of amateur sport, except to lend assistance in building facilities. Hunter was commenting in an interview on a report that a federal provincial conference on sport had decided, with Health Minister John Munro's agreement, to investigate amateur hockey. "They are welcome to investigate the Western Canada Hockey League," he said. "All we ask is that they print the facts about our league. What we are getting now from the government isn't the facts, hut insinuation that can only serve to undermine public confidence in amateur sport. "Look at the mess the government has made of the economy of this country. These same people now want to tell us how to run amateur sport. They don't know what they're talking about. ..." Hunter said the government THE IDEAL GIFT FOR YOUR BOY OR GIRLI IICYCLES v For CHRISTMAS  A small deposit will hold your bik� unli Christmas Eve! COM. SWINGER SIDEWALK BICYCLES I Ideal for Bovt Or Girls.  16" Wheel* Convertible Bar .95 HIGH RISE BICYCLES  STING-RAY  ROYAL SPORT  MUSTANG  ELIMINATOR .95 and UP BIKE EXERCISER 47 ADULT BICYCLES 3, 5 and 10 SPEEDS AS LOW AS 74* �4.95 AS LOW AS Vf BERT and MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. "Serving Southern Alberta for 35 Years" is suddenly concerned about the control the National Hockey League has over the rules and regulations of- the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. "Why wasn't the government concerned when twice in the last six years our league had to go independent at a cost to ourselves of thousands of dollars because we refused to comply with regulations the NHL dictated to the CAHA? "Because our league stood up to the NHL, junior hockey teams now have complete freedom to make all their own rules and regulations. . . " Hunter noted the conference expressed a growing fear that Floor hockey the next best With the shortage of Ice In southern Alberta the Southern Regional Recreation B o ard found itself in a position of dissolving its Pee Wee hockey program for the winter. However, the boys did get their recreation as a floor hockey league was formed and enjoyed by all. The season comes to a close this Saturday afternoon when fathers meet the sons in what is hoped will be a family affair. The game is set for 1:30 at the Kate Andrews High School and anyone interested is invited to attend. young hockey players are being treated as chattels. "I just hope that my two boys have an opportunity to be treated as chattels where they get the best of both worlds, education and hockey. "Everybody except the government is aware of the Oil Kings scholarship that has completely paid the way of dozens of boys through University and at the same time offered them the opportunity to train for a lucrative career in pro hockey. "The Oil Kings aren't the only junior team in the country that offers education and hockey." Hunter said junior teams In Ontario, however, have rules such as a midget draft that warrant investigation. "The junior OHA has always considered itself above all else, and it would be interesting to see how that league stands up under investigation." Hunter noted the government had expressed concern that the WHA would turn players pro before the age of 20. "Our league hasn't decided yet at what age we'll turn players pro," he said. "In this province the age of majority is 18. Do you mean to tell me the government wants to rule that a young man is old enough to vote, marry, sign contracts, make purchases but isn't mature enough to decide if he should become a professional hockey player. "This Whole thing is ridiculous, even from a government." HEY KIDS! �sso HOCKEY BALL AND STICK 1 $4.59 ONLY With $5.00 Gasoline Purchase! Regular value is 2.49 At Participating f SSO Dealers share of third place in the West with California Golden Seals while blanking Buffalo Sabres 5-0. Tlie Sabres trail the seven-team East. Canadiens can move up tonight against the Canucks in Vancouver while the Seals entertain Detroit Red Wings. Giacomin can at least claim a moral victory over Worsley. The Gumper exited after the fourth goal Sunday. The New York goalie didn't depart imtil the end of the first period after Bruins' centre Phil Esposito had picked up his fourth point of the game, assisting on Ken Hodge's score at 19:15. Esposito, who last year set a points record of 152 and is the current points-leader with 55, Someone goofed! NEW YORK (AP) - Joe G a r a g iol a, the ballplayer turned television performer, blew his lines while taping a commercial, cursed and. through a technical error, the strong language went on the air Thursday. NBC, producer of Sale of the Century, the program on which the incident occurred, told viewers later, "We're extremely sorry." Garagiola, in an apology which wil 1 be aired today, said: "There was a technical error which resulted in my using language I'm really not proud of. It was done under pressure and unfortunately was heard on the air. "I sincerely apologize for that language and I assure you it will never happen again." An NBC spokesman explained the first three lead-ins to the commercial were bad, and at the end iof the third try Joe said to the technicians, "Oh, Christ, I'm sorry, goddammit," and then went on to do a fourth. By error, the spokesman said, the third version was fed to network affiliates in all sections of the United States except the West Coast, where the correct version of the commercial appeared. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL WEDNESDAY MORNING Mary Stoffer 248, Pat Elaschuk 249, Kay Davison 245, Dena Vaykovlch 251, Rose Nunweller 273 (677), Frances Harris 268, Connie Baceda 256, Pat Plomp 269 ( 709), Peggy Forry 246, Vera Nicholls 262 ( 652), Bernice Hay 276, Linda Aspeslet 242. MARTINIZING Lynne Lengyel 351 (703), Betty Pet-erson 347 (791), Ally Carlson 270, Marg Smith 314 (796), Mary Nicholson 272 (683), Masa Goshlnmon 257, Pat Plomp 251, Dena Smith 258 ( 685), Lois Aucoin 263, Lorna Mathews 261, Rose McNab 251 (704), Jane Pastoor 256. GREEN'S Ken Malcomson 340 (836), Ken Larson 300 ( 720), Jock Mulgrew 300 (712), Tak Katakaml 336 (774), Norm Tolley 350 (919), Al Meszaros 319 (748), Eleanor Dorlgattl 295 ( 700), Phyl Harrison 264 ( 664), Jeanette Smeed 292 (792), Eva Benis 313 (703), May Hlebert 283 (814), Linda Malcomson 270 (755). EAGLES LODGE Joe Gillett 233, Grace Glllett 235, Nick Lastuka 244, Ron Bota 225, Rick Larson 231, Anne Golia 247 (687), Joyce Marsden 248 (696), Marie Bar-nell 255, Helen Weels 254, John La-Rocque 226. FRIENDLY LEAGUE Sandy McKenzie 230, May Syme 217, John Syme 223, Les Sackney 232, Linda Kish 306 (708), Peter Snedden 240, Earl Lodge 275, Mary Kirkby 208, Scott Mc-Kinnon 222. JUNIORS Jean Connix 240; Marge Hughes 253; Ev Coutts 246; Jean Passev 303 (790); Marg Seefrlod 243; Vera Nicholls 259 (725); Leah Gorla 258 (730); Pat Plomp 250; Helen Deal 248; Nina Sindllnger 256 (720); Barbara Builerl 232 ( 656); Elaine Krowin 253. SPEEDYS Joan Christie 290 (715); Dianne Parascak 254 ( 664); Betty Taylor 256; Mary Onofrychuk 268 (862); Marg Smith 271 (792); Jeanette Smeed 291 (753); Marg Malcomson 289; Lorelle Hatashl 269; Betty Beaudry 246; Karen McFayden 244. NUMODE HOMES Dorothy Coolidge 264; May Hlebert 339 (816); Dorothy Olshaskl 255 (656); Bernice Pavan 293 (6B6); Chris Schulz 277 (676); Ann Reed 299 (687); Linda Hovey 290 (661); Slgrld Donkln 255; Marlles Moch 293; Pat Jarvle 275; Marge Ross 266; Mary Wlshnevskl 329 (779) SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Jen Hegl 265 (653); Janet Koole 237; Jean Passey 261 (674); Pat Plomp 246; Frances Harris 257 (658); Mary Laza-rlck 222; Helen Mikula 227; Vera Nicholls 223; Clara Lundgard 213; Mary Ward 208; Voldene Dewar 208. HENRY HOMES Tom Adams 317; Bob Omotanl 286; Jim McPike 771 (730); Tom Palerson 278; Andy Duklna 266; Sieve Miklos 267; Frances Bambrlck 259; Cara Wy-rostok 254; Jean Passey 255 (700); Rita Cemullnl 251; Eleanor Fenton 245 (664); Marlon McNeely 247. BOISE CASCADE Hugo Brees 260; Garth Barr 253; Jim Alnsley 252; Ralph Heltman 231; Galen Harris 231; Jim Keiver 252 Linda Allsby 232; Paulette Alnsley 223. J.C.C.A. Estrld Nagata 248; Nobby Ta]lrl 266; Akl Oshlro 299; Wimp Nakamura 268; Ken Kamltomo 285; Tom Medo-ruma 262; Suml Medoruma 256; Aya Murakami 253; Francis Hlga 344 (747); Carol Fu|lla 244 (654); Dale Fu|lta 282; Mar| Fujita 288 ( 685); Tom Hlga 299 1715. earlier had scored his 24th goal and assisted scores by Bobby On- and Dallas Smith. Gilles Viliemure, who came on in Giacomin's relief, allowed the other four Boston goals, facing only 17 shots in two periods. Rangers' Ted Irvine and Boston winger John McKenzie were ticketed with fighting majors in the first period, but their battle turned into a preliminary of the feature donnybrook at 18:37 of the middle period. Rod Gilbert, New York's high scoring winger, and Bruin de-fenceman Dallas Smith started the fireworks in front of Boston goalie Gerry Gheevers. The ill feelings spread to other players and New York de-fenceman Brad Park started to take the measure of Ted Green in another attraction. All four players received fighting majors and misconduct penalties while Ranger Vic Had-field and Hodge were given game misconducts each for being the third man in the separate altercations. PRAISES HIS TEAM "This just has to be our best game of the season," said Boston coach Tom Johnson. "There was nothing holding our guys back tonight," he added in reference to the aggressive play of his Bruins in front of the hometown Garden fans. "It didn't make any difference who I put out there." Johnson elected to go with power against power, matching up the Esposito line against New York's Hot Line of Gilbert, Hadfield and Jean Ratelle. The Boston line, including Hodge and Wayne Cashman, set an NHL record of 336 points last season. The New York trio leads this season with 143 points in 29 games. Tlie defeat was so convincing, about the only thing Ranger coach Emile Francis could argue about was which goal was the turning point. BPG GOAL "I think our third goal was the key," said Johnson. "It broke off a New York player's (Dale Rolfe) glove and we were fortunate. "Going three up in a game like this was a big lift." "The first goal," was Francis' choice. "Coming so early (in the second minute of play) it really hurt us." Serge Bernier's two goals lifted Philadelphia's fans as the Flyers capitalized on two successive Buffalo penalties in the second period to lock up the win. Leading 1-0 at the time, Sabres Steve Atkinson and Chris Evans went off 51 seconds apart early in the middle period and Philadelphia quickly turned the game around with Dick Sarra-zin and Bernier clicking before the teams were even up again. BOSTON 8 NEW YORK 1 First Period - I. 8oston, Orr 14 (Esposito) 1:47; 2. Boston, Esposito 24 (Cashman, Hodqe) 12:01; 3. Boston, D. Smith 5 (Esposito) 14:51; 4. Boston, Hodge 8 (Esposito, Cashman) ,,.!<� i-.-i.i-- _ R0usseau v.lo, Ir-ma|ors 4:52, Green _______ ._____ - 5. Boston Bucyk 14 (Stanfleld, McKenzie) 0:23; 6. Boston Westfall 7 (Stanfleld, Orr) 17:34. Penalties - Sanderson 8:26, D o a k 10:54, Esposito 14:26, D. Smith, Green, Gilbert, Park ma|ors, misconducts, Hadfield game misconduct, Hodge game misconduct 18:37, Ooak 18:54. Third Period - 7. Boston. Stanfield 8, 9:59; 8. New York, Tkaczuk 8 (Carr, Fairbalrn) 10:38; 9. Boston, Leach 5 (Stanfield, Walton) 19:17. Penalties - Cashman 1:17, Rolfe 5:29, R. Smith, 7:59, Carr 15:15, Cashman, Fairbalrn 16:53. Shots on goal by New York..........11 10 17-38 Boston ...........12 I 9-29 Attendance-14,995. ANDY CAPP 19:15. Penalties vine, McKenzie 5:06. Second Period I ENVY VERj ANDY, THERE'S YOU GOIN' 'O/ME AN' 'EIRE'S ME GOIN1 BACK T' WOR<  S BUFFALO 0 1. Philadelphia, 2. Philadelphia,. Foley) 3:54; 3. 6 (Nolet, John- PHILADELPHIA First Period - 1. Philadelphia, Bernier 5, 14:14. Penalties - Morrison 10:49, Hamilton 18:03, Gendron 19:26, Morrison 19:43. Second Period - Sarrazln 2 (Clement, Philadelphia, Bernier son) 4:27. Penalties - Atkinson 2:32, Evans 3:23, Clement 6:08, Clarke 7:03. Third Period - 4. Philadelphia, Clement 2, 8:49; 5. Philadelphia, Dornhoe-fer 6 (Bernier) 15:54. Penallies - Hamilton 2:57, Clemente 9:09, Poloy 13:29, Dornhoefer 19:55. Shots on goal by Buffalo............17 11 7-J5 Philadelphia.......16 16 1-42 Attendance-13,763. Why Not Give Mom or Sis a PURSE? ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE! ' Soo Our Windows! BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 SOME BLOKES ARE "BORN LUCKY L=3 ^/ii? SHOULD SEE THE Vj AFTERNOON PROGRAMMES -lON TELEVISION!! Two important hoop games set Two big games will be staged in the Southern Alberta "A" Boy's Basketball League tonight. Recreation League holds practices With Hie Henderson Lake Arena now in operation the City Recreation Hockey League can get down to some serious business. This year five clubs will toil In the CRHL with two new entries. The Labor Club, Purity Bottling and the University of Leth-bridge are back into the swing of things while the Miners Library and the Williams Flyers are just starting. The Labor Club will hold their first practice of the season tonight from eight o'clock to 9:30 p.m. while Sunday, the Williams Flyers will hit the ice during the same hours. Two clubs will practice Monday, with the TJ of L Prong-horns scheduled from eight o'clock to 9:30 p.m. and the Williams Flyers following right after. In Lethbridgc, the Catholic Central Cougars and the Ma-grath Zeniths will lock horns to see who remains undefeated in league play. The Cougars sport a 2-0 record while the Zeniths are 1-0. It is also understood that the winner of tonight's contest will represent the league in the annual Lutheran Invitational Basketball Tournament in Regina. In Cardston, the Medicine Hat McCoy High School will taste action for the first time this season tangling with the host Cougars. McCoy hope to start things off on the right foot while the Cougars plan to improve their 1-2 record. Both games are set for 8 p.m. with a "B" Boy's encounter prior to it starting at 6:30 p.m. Meanwhile in Southwest Basketball action, three games are on tap for both the boy's and girl's divisions. In the boy's division, Coal-dale Kate Andrews Spartans host the Stirling Lakers, Fort Macleod Flyers travel to Picture Butte and the Winston Churchill Bulldogs take on the league leading Erl Rivers Comets in Milk River. In girl's play, St. Mary's entertain Coaldale, Picture Butte visits Fort Macleod and Winston Churchill host Milk River. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pts Nov/ York ..... 20 5 5 138 73 45 Boston ....... 2 6 2 118 65 42 Montreal .... 18 4 6 107 62 43 Toronto ...... 13 9 8 84 84 34 Detroit ....... 10 15 5 81 99 25 Vancouver .. . 8 18 4 7 14 20 Buffalo ...... 6 2 6 8 122 18 West Division Chicago ..... 21 7 3 99 54 45 Minnesota ... .19 8 3 87 53 41 Phila........ 10 15 5 68 92 25 California ... . 10 16 5 93 124 25 Plttsburqh ... 1 17 4 79 93 24 St. Louis ..... 9 17 5 84 12 23 Los Angeles . . 6 23 1 61 122 13 LEADERS G A Pts Esposito, B ........... 2.1 31 55 Ratelle, NY........... 18 33 51 Hadfield, NY.......... 22 24 46 Gilbert, NY ........... 2 26 46 Orr, B ................14 31 45 R. Hull, C.............19 18 37 Martin, But ............ 2 15 35 Perreault, But .......... 13 22 35 Stanfield, B........... 8 27 35 Park, NY ............. 18 22 34 WESTERN LEAGUE W L T F A Pit Denver . . ... 19 7 1 114 68 39 Phoenix ... . . 16 6 4 109 62 3* San Diego  . . 15 8 2 97 78 32 Portland ... . 10 13 2 97 98 22 Salt Lake . ... 9 15 1 78 93 19 Seattle ... . 2 22 0 41 134 4 HOCKEY SCORES National Boston 8 New York 1 Philadelphia 5 Buffalo 0 Central Fort Worth 5 Kansas City J Eastern Charlotte 5 Roanoke 1 Clinton 4 St. Petersburg 4 Johnstown 3 Syracuse 1 Manitoba Junior Portage la Prairie 6 West Kilkonan 1 Western Canada Junior Brandon 6 Swift Current 4 New Westminster 3 Edmonton 8 Saskatchewan Junior Regina Pats 6 Notre Dame 5 Alberta Junior Lethbrldge 4 Calgary Cougars S Edmonton Maple Leafs 4 Edmonton Movers 4 B.C. Junior Chllllwack 6 Kelowna 2 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERVICE 402 1st Ave South Phono 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;