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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mwifey, It, 1972 THE IfTHIClDOf MMAlO if Dionne sparks wins By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Detroit Red Wiags have be- gun. to burn under take-it-easy training, -where they only smouldered under rigid cales- instituted this year to enhance the National Hockey League dub's staying power. After their fastest season start in 47 years, the Wings went into a tailspin. Last week Marcel Dkeme. last years j rookie scoring sensation, and this season's top Detroit scorer, was suspended for missing a Sunday game -with Vancouver Csnudss. Coach Johrmv Wilson's future passes to Al Kariander, Dioone find Berenson. Wilson admitted after Satur- day's game be was oiidiy sur- prised the Wings fore- checked Toronto into eortiy mistake. He said the team had altered it's strenuous program after the Diocne incident had been cleared up, "We haven't been on the Ice since last Wilson interview preparations had been. Be said [Mohan's fluke goal at of the tMrd period. A shot by Hugh Harris bounced off the legs of def en- ceman Barclay Plager and Meehan into the goal Tbe Leafs displayed more ag- gressiveness against the Sabres than they've shewn in several games, but were staH so match for the Buffalo dab feat re- mained 12 points up OB Detroit asd iust two behind the secosd- piace Brians aad Eangers. Meehan scored his 17th goal in 16 games and Rene Kcfeert the players had just loafed for j m 12 games as goalteo- Red Wings continued to plum- met in the East Division stand- ing to the point they -were just managing to hold fifth ahead of Toronto Maple Leafs. Red Wing veterans Red Ber- enson, Alex Delveechio and Gary Bergman were getting the raspberries from the Olympia Stadium faithful along with newcomer Thommy Bergman of FACEOFF? New York Ab OeMareo (left) and Pittsburgh Penguins Bryan Hextoi! tangle during third period disagreement Sunday official struggles to arete them. The won hcndiiy, 9-7- (A? Wirephcto) Minor hockey In Bantam "A" action in wiia singles while the weekend, Don Buna notch-! Livio Pavan, Ramage and eda pair of sid led rea Eamage tfae Canadians to a slim 4-3 vie- tory over the Maroees. jifiTffg Ultv and Pecer Martins Warriors manage 4-4 tie The Red Wing picture may have changed during the week- end, however, -with back-to-back victories at Toronto aad at home Sunday against North Stars. (DIONXE REPLIES The Wings turned back To- ronto 4-1 and Minnesota and Dions Wednes- a role in tbe double vicioriesj scoring once in each game. Elsewhere Straday tbe scores ana Jjar- j werg. 4, Toronto i for tee Ma-, 0: gQctoa Bruins 5. Philadelphia Flyers 3: New York Rangers 9. Daryi Ferguson scored two j Pittsburgh Penguins 1; Chicago goals aod gave the Seals a 4-2 S Black Hawks 2, Los Angeles decision over the Eagles in o asd Atlanta. Flames 4, Bantam play. jNew York Islanders 0. John Eartel aid Deems tal-j JQ ofeer Saturday games. Bed a goal apiece in the win Minnesota beat the Rangers 54, days. Bat while fee Wings were ctesning ut> thsir "weekend oppo- sition, so were the Sabres who trimmed St. Louis on Gerry Leaves Saskatcheica. "uicklv Locals triumph in ease ckr Dave Dryoen rang up ins first shutout of the season ia taming aside 21 Toronto shots. The Bruins boited Into a 5-0 lead at Fniladslpbia, supported by two-goal performances oJ rookie Greg Sbeppard arid Ees Eodge, then were forced to tura back a Flyers5 raliy. Boston defesceman Carol Vadaais was held by Phiia- delpaJa police for possible as- sault charges after game in which a Skrien has 101 reasons REG-EVA (CP) Dave Skries, whose resignation as bead coach of Saskatchewan Roughriders was announced Saturday, says he "warns to look at the possibility" of open- ijpss jg negotiations with Montreal faa, Ryer- j Alouettes or Toronto Argonauts. son Mausert. claimed Vadnais The 43-year-old Skrien, who coached tae Bonghriders to the 1372 Grey Djp in the Canadian Football League, said there are "101 reasons" for his move, Tlac Lethbridge WarrioFS managed a tie with Bassaso j Bruins. in Stjutaerti Alberta JuveaSe j Mitch Van Dyk added a Hockey Leagoe action Satar- efforts in a losing cause. Blues 4-3, Vancouver took CaS- A two-goal performance from fornia. Golden Seals 4-3, Pitts- Barry Buryan lifted the Ram- j burgh downed Atlanta 5-3 aad biers to a 3-2 TKB over the j Montreal Canadiens defeated jLos Angers Pittsburgh gleton for fee Ramblers wMle Graig Roonson picked up both the Bruins1 goals. Bffly Caswefi of tfce ifustaags aad Ibeo DeGroot of the Ran- gers taltffid. second period goals for their respective dubs as they battled to a 14 draw after three periods of play. In another Bastam "B" con- test, Matt Keieace scored at play, the Dsshbridge the mark of tbe final per- blasted Taber Legion- iod asd gave the Blades a 2-2 14-3, tie -with the Kings. CS5 SEysshiro led Qoli's I Waler Dyck tamed a lose attack with four wbife I marker eanier is fee game for Greg Kveder in wife a j the Blades while Brest Maz- wen and Geoffrey Cox replied Rod Pocza tallied twice for tbe Warriors wiate Glenn aad Dense added stn- gfes. F. Armstrong managed a parr of gosls for B2S220. vpho fed M after the first period acd after fee second. in Cols hat-trick. Single markers cspe off the iticks of Ron Aiotring, Dave Jacksocu Brian Maladeo. Cam KscLeaoen, Greg Lewis, Bob QmneH and Bob ilelvla. J. Graham, 1L Gaivin and C. MacDocaM scored a goal apiece for Taber. In asotber SouSseca Alberta Leagiife game j added singles. oa the weefcsssd, thej Steve Gogo. Roy Hood aad posted an easy j Hark Eopkfss maaaeged a goal 12-4 -win dver tfae'vjsiiJEg Strafiy in a losing cause, Colts, j Grast Wiens.'DsJe Sinsca Syresne, Badea PIBag j asd Richard Cicon raaamed in and Joe the Elks a goal each and paced the Cac- for fee Kings. In Pee Wee acskm oc the weekend, feree onanswered goals ia Snal period gave the vaoogs a 5-3 nia over the Flyers. Wade Eras scored twice for the VOdngs wcfle Ken man. Don Jarvie and BU Beyce visiis Bostoa b scheduled game. Mickey Redmond engirieered Detroit -sin at faose. A C- goal scorer last season, Red- mood taBied his 15th of the veer in first period that set up a 1-1 tie, tten fed Lethbsidge Coraraacity Col- lege Kodiaks gave Sootfaem Al- berta lEStJtjie of Teomoiogy something to think about Sat- urday evening in Calgary. Kodiaks, wife coach Karren substituting freeiy throoghoot, belted the Trojszs 95-63 in ac Alberta College Ath- letic Conference game teat oouid have been more ose- Eded, Brace iSHs took over the reins as leader for the Kodiaks Saturday night as he pumped in 24 points grabbing off 17 rebounds. 6rrt Woisey hit for 15 points i while Alec Dudac, Gary WH-j Hams and Dwight White man- j aged 12 points each. White, who left the game with three tech- nical fouls, also pkked off nine rebounds. Kodisks, while not having j any real trouble wirming: are j finding tfaesr shooting to he a j little off at times. Saturday night they managed j to hit on only per cent of fiieir shots frori the SeM wnfle at fool ine Qjey were 61 per cent struck Mm his stick. "I didn't touch mm with my claimed Vadsais. "but he grabbed my stick eod poac- hed me in the face. I -vrss j many of just trying to tie up the pucsL" j cult to explain. At New York, Gene Carr; a "It's a good time for me to three-goal scorer prior to the i look elsewhere. The dub has game, doubled his output to j been -winning for three years. It pace the Rangers' be a good fene for the rookie "Denis Darylt Edestrasd ended GiHes shutout with a power-play goal gt of the tfeird period in a game that SEW New York's young defescezoan, Ab Demarco, scd Pittsburgh veterea Bryan EeztaH assessed imosual penalties in the final period, Demarco took a double minor Hextall a triple minor for would be diffi- dub too because caangei are needed." He did not elaborate on Gs veteran quarter- back Ron has in- dicated he isn't happy with his lot with the Roughriders and believes he can make more money elsewhere. Lancaster, who holds every passing record in fee book after 12 seasons in the CFL, said last week he doesn't put a "lot cf stock15 in dub denials that on the trading block. Skrieo, vrfiose resignatiQn is effective Jan. 1, said Saturday in an interview be wants to stay in coaching but has no prefer- ence about whether he should remain in Canada or return to the United States. '1 resigned to seek employ- ment elsewhere but I have no idea where that might be." Both Mootresl and Toronto in the Eastern Football Confer- ences got rid of their bead coaches this fall The crew-cut Skrien said he was offered a new, two-year contract by Saskatchewan but turned it down. "It wasn't fair to sign a con- tract whes I was thinking of moving a be saicL "I just felt .it was lime to make a decision." Skriea, a native of Broofcen, IGun., said he enjoyed his stay in Regisa "but I didn't thinV j wanted to live here for ibe rest of my life." K.ea Preston, general man- ager of the Western Conference team, made the announcement the resignation and said a replacement has not been named, Skrien, named CFL coadi of the year in has led teams to toe Grey Cup. Ha oaiy victory came in 1954 when Brit- ish Columbia Lions won the Ca- nadian final. The previous year, the Lions tost to Hamilton 21-10 in the Grey Cup. At Saskatche- wan, he led Ms team to the Grey Cup this faH but lost 13-10 to A graduate of fee University of iiiimesota, Skrien signed a f oaback with Saskatchewan in 2S53. The Roughriders, how- ever, bad the veteran Bobby in tow and Sfcrisn was sent to Winnipeg Blae Bombers. An icierceptioii by Skrien in the final two minutes of the against put to 3 final that vear. They lost 12-5 to Hamilton. Weekend scorers staged with three goals apiece wiale Reg Osswad, JEke Boycfauk and Pie Lavsroto clipped in with sob efforts. Clay Wegener scored twice odes to a 3-2 victory over the Sabres. Dale Berber and Jiai Millar for the Sabres. Two goals by Mark Cameron By THE CANADUX PRESS SUKDAY Buffaio 4 Toronto t Buffalo-Robert, Jleehaa, Lace. Loreotz. Detroit 5 Mhmeiotai Detroit- Redmond, Coffins, Earlaarfer, KoGne, Johnstoo, Eerenson: Patise, Beid. Bams, NY Eangers S Kttsborgh 1 NY T 3. Ra- fceEe 2, lIscGregor, Tkaczuk. SremkoTfski, Rdfe; Pitts- Boston 5 PbfladjelpHa 5 Ssfippard 2; Eodge 2, Barber. SATURDAY Vancouver 4 California 3 acd Alias Rote and Doug Tfeur-! propeBed the to a 4-0 ston once for the Colts, who trailed 6-2 after the first period acd 10-2 after the secor-d- win over the Bears. Lops Lemane and Donald Credko added singles. Chicago 2 Loi AageJei RoroU- Martin, Atlanta 4 NY Islanders 0 Paradie, Bennett Leiter. OTianertT, Le- mieax: Maggs, J. Johastoo. Stewart Philadelphia 2 NY Iclanders 1 Pfafladelpbla Clarke, KeHy; NY Gagaoa. Detroit 4 Toronto 1 Bedmood. Libett, Dionae. CoSins; Toronto McEesay. Miimesota 5 NY Rangers 1 Oliver 2. Goids- wortay, Harvey, Gibbs: NY Stemxowski. Pittsburgh 5 Atlanta 3 Apps 2, Hsrba- rok, HeztaH, Stack: Letter. RomandiydL Comefiu. Buffalo 4 St. Looit 3 Perreauit 2, Mee- haa, Loreotz: St. Plante. Roberto. Usger. Montreal 3 Los Angeles 1 Courcoyer. P. MahovHch, Roberts; Los An- Kozak. Crystal Palace blasts United Purchases are paying off LONDON CCP) -Crystal Palace, who has spent (about SL2 mniioo) on new piayen this season, seems to be the battle for rorvival in Eogif h Firtt DivMon soccer play. Palace leapfrogged from the bottom of the standing Saturday with a M hammering of Man- chester United to record itt big- gest victory since its promotion four years ago. Winger Don Rogers re- eponsible for (our of the Palsce goals, scoring himself and hying on the otlier two for full- back Paddy Mulligan. Palace's last signing, Alan Whittle, made his debut by netting the other goal. United may have settled its least of to troubles as it uisbes m second-last place. Letcesbar City mart also be worrying. It took Palace-'s place at thebcttow foUowiog a 2-0 de- feat by Sheffield United, whose win wig its first in nine league games. Palace, United, West Bromwich Albion and Stoke C5ty are aB one point ahead of Leioester in the fight to avoid relegation, STOKE LOST LEAD Stoke went down 3-2 to West Ham United, who struck back with two goals to four minutes from Bryan Robson after Geoff Hunt had given Stoke an early lead against his old club. West Bromwich was beaten 2- 1 by second place Arsenal, with before Tocy Brown reduced the deficit two minxes from toe end. Arsenal's win put it within one point of league leader Liv- erpool, held to a 14 draw by fourth-place Ipswich Town. Republic of Ireland inter- national Steve Heighway gave Liverpool an interval lead, but Mick Lambert an differenceE with star j England international Alan Ball George Best, but on Saturday's and John Radford giving the abowfc the Bwt problem if Loadown 14 balfttma toed unbeaten run to 11 games. Leeds United kept right in touch in third place, ooe point behind Arseaal when it sent Birmingham to a 4-0 defeat with two goals by England striker Allan Clarke. Peter Lorimer and Mick Jones com- pleted the scoring. London duba Chelsea and TottodMffl Hottpur both ted tfaeir title hopes jolted. Alan Sunderiand's first league goal for Wolverhampton Wanderers after only four minutei was enough to sink Chelsea. Tottenham was hit by two Howard Kendall at Ever- too. where it lost 3-t Derby County's revival was by Newcastle took the lead Tudor. But Kevin Hector's fifth goal in five games salvaged a point for the reigning league chaicpiont. Two goals by England striker Boibey Marsh saved Manches- ter City's unbeaten borne run of 11 games after a Derek Jef- feries own goal had put South- ampton ahead ia the first half. Scottish striker Cilia Stein also bagged a pair of goals for Coventry City in its H defeat of Norwich City. ANNIVERSARY SPECTACULAR MADE-TO MEASURE SUIT SALE ENGLISH SCOTCH LOW PRICE ONLY: 2 Suits for A Special Selection. Reguicr to 99.50 You car, hove the finest suit end enioy rerncrksble savings msnl It's O-_T Anniversary end we've you to thsnk. To ihcw O'-T cpprtclction, we invite yow to cs much cs 530.00 ert o superbly tailored made- to-mecsyre suit of superior quc'sty. It's cr. exceiiftr.t op- portunity to refurnish your wardrobe end stretch your doilcrs. Mcny styles end fabrics to choose from Jicjht- trspicc's, worsteds, cncf fi'snneis. Twseds, stripes, end etc. Corne you'll English Scotch Woollen Co. Ltd. i English "We turn the world's finest fabrics into Canada's finest custom made suits." 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