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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO TIE inHBBIDOf HFrAin 1771 iiiacoinin driven from New York 11 els ANDY CAPP Hold iln hip Ins wcekmrl Thru Black i raktd him for fmir finals in jtisl OVCr f minilfts Pl IllllO In l Min s North lic i i i c o in i rr Wnrilcy as lic in1 took his lumps Mir allowing four and a S in Hie irst period is New Munlrcid East Division urniisrd Huston j share of third place in the West earlier had scored his 2lth goal with California Goldrn Seals j and assisted scores hy Bobhy while blanking Buffalo Sahrcs Orr and Dallas Hie Sabres tniil the sevenj lilies who came Loam j on in Cwcomins allowed the other four Boston faci I ENVY THERES VOU GOIN1 OME AN ME GOIN1 BACK T1 WORK in Ilio rinly wlicr Ihila against the Canucks in tertain Detroit Red Giacomin can at least claim a moral victory over fourth goal The New York goalie didnt depart until the end of the first period after Bruins centre Phil Esposito had picked up his fourth point of the assisting on Ken Hodges who last year set a points record of 152 and is liic current pointsleader with Someone goofed YORK AT Joe G a r a g i o 1 the ballplayer turned television blew his lines while taping a cursed through a technical the strong language went on the producer f Sale of tiie the program on which the incident HAPPY BRUINS Boston Bruins Ken Hodge 8 and Phil Egposito 7 embrace each other after Hodge scored en New York Rangers goalie Ed Giacomin in the first The Boston offence drove Giacomin n they blasted the Rangers II auls Ihcin to out of sports ing only 17 shots ui two Rangers Ted Irvine and Bos ton winger John McKcnzic were ticketed with fighting majors in j I he first hut their battle The Gumper exited after the j turned into a preliminary of the feature donnybrook at of middle Rod New Yorks high scoring and Brain de fcnceman Dallas Smith started ths fireworks in front of Boston goalie Gerry The ill feelings spread lo other players and New York dc fenceman Brad Park started to lake the measure of Ted Green in another All four players received fighting majors and misconduct penalties while Ranger Vie Had ficld and Hodge were given game misconducts eacli for being the third man in the sepa rate PRAISES HIS TEAM This just has to be our game of the said Bos ton coach Tom There SOME BLOKES ARE BORN J rJ LUCKV J5ir SHOULD SEE AFTERNOON PROGRAMMES TELEVISION 1 All we ask is Uiat they print regulations lias over the rules and just hope that my KKMOMON They rre welcome to invc is suddenly concerned about the young hockey players arc manager of Edj tisate the Western Canada rwiirol the National llockev i being treated as chattels monlnn Oil a figure in tile new World Hfck ey says the federal government should stay eom the Canadian amateisr j the facts about our j Amateur Hockey What wo are selling now from i wasnt the government UK government isnt the concerned when twice in the hut insinuation that can only asl six vcars our rve to undermine public conj go independent at a cost to i fidencc hi amateur ourselves of thousands of dol boys have an opportunity to be treated as chattels where they get the best of both worlds education and Everybody except the told viewers Were ex tremely in an apology wliich ui 1 be aired said There was a technical error which resulted in my using language Im really not proud It was done under pressure and unfortunately was heard on the I sincerely apologize for that language and I assure you it will never happen An NBC spokesman ex plained the first three leadins to the commercial were and at the end of the third try j Joe said to the Irn god and then went on to do a By the spokesman be third version was fed to network affiliates in all sec tions of the United Slates ex cept the West where the correct version of the commercial hoop games set Two big games will be staged In the Catholic in the Southern Alberta Central Cougars and tile Ma Boys Basketball League toj grain Zeniths will lock horns was nothing holding our guys back he added in ref erence to the aggressive play of his Bruins in front of the home town Garden It didnt make any differ ence who I put out Johnson elected lo go with power against matching up the Ksposito line against New Yorks Hot Line of Hadfield and Jean The Boston inciudin to somc The New York trio Recreation League holds practices leads this season wilh 143 points 29 The defeat was so convi about the only tiling Ranger coach Emile Francis could argue about was which goal was the turning BK GOAL I think our third goal was the said It broke off a New York playe to see who remains undefeated in league The Cougars sport a 20 rec ord while tbc Zeniths are It is also understood that the winner of tonights contest will represent the league in the an nual Lutheran Invitational Bas ketball Tournament in In the Medicine Hal McCoy High School Mill taste With the Henderson Lake action for the first Jnie this Arena now in operation the season tangling with tne host City Recreation Hockey League McCoy hope in start things off on the right foot while the Cougars plan to improve their 12 Bolli games are set for 3 with a B Bovs encounter This year five clubs will loi in the CRIIL with two new en The Labor Purity Bot tling and tlie University of Leth bridge arc back into the swing of things while the Miners Li brary and the Williams Flyers arc just The Labor Club will hold their first practice of the season to night from eight oclock to while the WU JDaleRolfc glove and we wore i Hams Fivers will hit the ice Going three up in a game like thus was a big during the same Two clubs will practice Mon pletcly out except to liKl assistance building Hunter was commenting in ernmcnt has made of the econi ply with regulations the NHL i through University and an on a report that a omy of this Th e so dictated to the CAHA at the ernmcnt is aware of the Oil Kings scholarship that has com Look at the mess the govi lars because we refused to com pletely paid the way of dozens s through University and same time offered them THE IDEAL GIFT FOR YOUR BOY OR GIRL Hunter notod the conference express a growing fear Hunter soirj junior teams in liavn rules such as a midget draft that warrant The junior OH A has always considered itself above all and it would be interesting to fee how that league stands up under Bowling scores Kay Da CAPRI BOWL WEDNESDAY MORNING Mary btoffer Pat Elaschulc Dena Vaykovich nunweiler 73 Frances Har Connie Baceda Pat Plornp Peggy Forry Vpra Nicholls UI Bernice Hay Linda Aspesiet I j Lynne Lengyel 351 Betty Pel i erson 347 Ally Carlson Smitn Mary Nicholson 77 Jane Pasfoor GREENS Ken Mslcomson Ken Lar 300 Jock Mulgrew 300 The first was Francis i with the U of L Prong Coming early in the second minute of play i really hurt Serge Berniers iwo goals lifted Philadelphias fans as the Flyers capitalized on two suc cessive Buffalo penalties in the second period to lock up the Leading 10 at the Sabres Steve Atkinson and Chris Evans went off 51 seconds apart early in lie middle period and Philadelphia quickly turned the game around with Dick Sarra zin and Bernicr clicking before the teams were even up BOSTON B NEW YORK 1 First Period Orr U fEspnsito Espnsllo 24 Hodne 3 Bos Smilh 5 Esposito 4 Hotne 8 Cashman Penalties Rousseau Ir MtKenzie majors Green ocond Period Boston Bucyk McKenzic Bos Weitfall 7 Orr 1724 laities Sanderson Doak Esposito Park jarne Hodge imp misconducf Doak Third Period Boston Stanficld Now Tkaczuk 8 Fairbairn j LEADERS Loach 5 Wallon 1917 enaltios Cashman Rnlfe Carr Fairbairn ew York 11 10 Boston 13 fl 9J9 horns scheduled from eight oclock to and the Williams Flyers following right prior to it starting at Meanwhile in Southwest Bas ketball three games are on tap for both the boys and girls In the boys Coal dale Kate Andrews Spartans host the Stirling Fort Macleod Flyers travel to Pic ture Butto and the Winston Churchill Bulldogs lake on the leagne leading Erl Rivers Com ets in Milk In girls Marys en tertain Picture But to visits Fort Macleod and Win ston Churchill host Milk Hadfield ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pt JO 5 5 133 73 4 7 7 118 6 107 13 10 15 5 8 IB d 6 2 6 West Division S 3 87 LOUIS Los Angeles Esposito NY Pis WESTERN LEAGUE Seattle 10 13 2 97 9 IS 1 73 in o A Pti 1 68 3 8 3 fl 2 i 1 HOCKEY SCORES National Boston 8 New York l Philadelphia 5 Buffalo 0 Central Fort Worth 5 Kansas City J Eastern Charlotte 5 Roancke 1 Clinton J Petersburg i Johnstown 3 Syracuse i Manitoba Junior Portage la 6 WtM I Western Canada Junior Brandon Swift Current 51 j New Westminster 3 Edmonlon fl I Saskatchewan Junior 46 I Regina Pats 6 Notre Dame J 15 i Alberta Junior 37 Uthbrldge 4 Calgsry CoLfqars J 35 I Edmonton Maple 4 Edmonton Movers 4 Junior FJoor hockey the next With the shortage of ice in Hunter noted the government southern Alberta the Southern had expressed concern that or CHRISTMAS A small deposit will hold your bike unli Chriilmat Eve SWINGER the WHA would turn players Tak KatakamI 336 Norm Tolley 350 Al Moszaros 31 El nr Dorigatti 795 Phyl Harr iLself in a position of pro before the age of solving its Pee Wee hockey Our league hasnt decided program for the I yet at what age well turn play the boys did get Eva Benis 313 May Hiebert 233 Linda Malcomson 270 EAGLES LODGE Jw Gill eft Grate Nicv Lastuka Rnn Bota Pitk ers pro he said rurecreation as a floor hoc In this province the age of key league was formed and en majority is Do you mean to tell me the government to rule that a young man is old Saturday afternoon fathers meet the sons in what i make purchases but Ideal for Bovi Or 16 ConverlibB Eci af isnt mature enough lo deride The game is set for he should become a profes at the Kate Andrews High sional hockey player School and anyone interested Tliis whole thin is ridicu is invitccMo aUcna g s ridic even from a ADULT BICYCLES 5 and 10 SPEEDS AS LOW AS Wliy Not Give Mom or Sis a STINGRAY ROYAt SPORT C MUSTANG EtIMINATOR ALWAYS ACCEPTARU SHOES 615 4lh Phono 3277300 CYCLE 913 3rd Phono 3273521 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 Soulliprn Alberta for 35 Ycai OPEN DAILY UNTIL 9 ;