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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Molson's help Morton joins staff The 1975 Canada Winter set for Lethbridge and Southern Alberta in February of 1975. got an unexpected boost today from Molson's Sicks Lethbridge Brewery. Mrs. Vera vice- president of the Jeux Canada Games and Jack general manager of the Sicks' jointly announced that Sicks' Lethbridge Brewery Ltd. has donated a full-time Public Relations Director for the Games with its duties to commence Jan. 1974 and to terminate March 31. 1975. Named to the new position is 34-year-old Ray Morton of Calgary. An employee of Lethbridge Brewery lor the past 3'2 will operate as public relations director with offices in the Canada Winter Games offices in Holiday Village Mall. Married with one Morton is well qualified in the field of public relations. He has a degree in business ad- ministration from Drake Short Sport NICE DAY'S PAY BALTIMORE -Quar- terback Johnny demoted to the bench by San Diego Chargers eight weeks was in the stands here Sunday to cheer for his former Baltimore Colt teammates. Based on his two-year contract with San Diego at annually for a 14- game Unitas earned Gordie reaches top 10 SANTA ANA. Calif. Gordie Howe is proving that age is no barrier to proficien- cy. At 45. hockey's master right wing is leading the way for Houston Aeros. Five straight two-assist games in the 10th week of World Hockey Association play mov- ed Howe into the top 10 .scorers for the first time this season. He passed Winnipeg Jets' Bobby Hull in the scoring race on Dec. 15. As the Aeros mov- ed to within two points of Western Division-leading Ed- monton Oilers Howe had six goals and 27 assists for 33 points. Hull has 31 points on 19 goals and 12 assists. Leading for the second straight week is Toronto Wayne Carleton. A seven-point week left him with 48 four in front of Edmonton's Jim Harrison. SCORING LEADERS GAP Tor 18 30 48 Harrison. Edm.......... 16 28 44 M. Walton. Minn 16 24 40 Hou 23 15 38 Van............ 20 17 37 Qus............ 14 22 36 Minn 13 22 35 Min........... 18 16 34 N.J............. 13 21 34 Hou.............. 9 25 34 Climie. Edm 18 15 33 Hou 6 27 33 Hull. Wpg 19 12 31 Minn........... 14 17 31 while watching the Colts and New England Patriots in a National Foot- ball League game. FINNS IN COMMAND MOSCOW Finland scored three goals in the se- cond period to break a socreless tie Monday en route to a 5-2 win over Sweden in the Izvestia invitational hockey tournament. EASY WINNING NEW YORK Stable's Flo's Pleasure galloped through mud and slush to an easy 12-length vic- tory Monday in the Mab's Choice purse at Aqueduct race track. The three-year-old with Angelo Cordero covered the mile in 1-5 before a slim crowd of lowest attendance since 1940 when New York's thoroughbred tracks instituted pari-mutuel betting. University in Des Moines. Iowa and also attended management training school in Mich. coupled with his ex- perience in the public relations field with provides to the 1975 Games considerable depth in the publicity and public relations field. Lakie. in announcing the breweries' participation in the Games said wish the committees and everyone in- volved in the Lethbridge and Southern Alberta Canada Winter Games. 1975. every success in this great undertak- ing and we know everyone is on for 1975. Lakie also went on to ex- plain that Morton at no ex- pense to the will be provided with a car and any other needs he may discover. The breweries' contributions will not end at Morton. Lakie pointed out that a promotional Games display will be on the Brewery hill next spring. 'The Lethbridge Brewery has always maintained a high level of participation in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta said Lakie. with the Canada Winter Games our biggest project in our we at Sicks' Lethbridge want to be a part of it. BONDS PLEADS GUILTY REDWOOD Calif. Bobby Bonds of San Francisco Giants pleaded no contest Monday to a drunk driving charge and was fined in municipal court. arrested Aug. hit 39 stole 42 bases for the Giants and came third in the National League voting for most valuable player of the year. JOSE SIGNS FOR 1974 CHICAGO Veteran outfielder Jose Chicago Cubs' leading hitter with a career high of .303 last Monday became the club's first player to sign for 1974. will be starting his 10th major league season and his third with the Cubs who obtained him from Milwaukee Brewers after the 1971 season. Bowl victory for Wolfpack MEMPHIS. Term. Fullback Stan Fritts broke through for two touchdowns to overcome the passing of all- American David Jaynes and pace North Carolina State Wolfpack to a 31-18 victory Monday night over Kansas Jayhawks in the Liberty Bowl football game. Fritts scored touchdowns on runs of two and eight yards as North Carolina State scored 21 points in the last half to break a 10-10 halftime deadlock. Fritts's eight-yard run in the third quarter proved to be the winning touchdown. It was set up when Kansas' Bruce Adams fumbled a punt on the Jayhawk 19. The Wulfpack's Ralph Stringer recovered and ran the ball to the end zone but the play was called back to the 19. State fullback Charlie Young scored on a 12-yard run and tackle Jim Henderson intercepted a Jaynes pass and ran it 31 yards for the final Wolfpack score. Bowling scores Carpet PHONE 328-2853 mr. steam Carpet Cleaning Ltd. HOLIDAY BOWL COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Bernle Bailey 291 Roy Smeed Reg Arnold 293 Eldon Westling Ken King 295 Jerry Truscott 306 Bob Costanzo 318 Ken Kurtz 318 Steve Mezei 301 Steve Pedersen 311 Jack Smeed 322 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Karlyn Spitzer 265 Flora Donate Darrell Block 231 Buron Lee Dick Wells Larry Barton Phil Legge Randy Wilson Bryan Dangas Betty Shaw 222. SIMPSONS-SEARS Bernice Hartley Rick Mrazek Marino Rapuano Helen Rossetti Jack Unterseher 314 Lorelta Karbonlk 223. TUESDAY COFFEE Mary Morris 222 Margaret Beierle Janet Heilman Ber- nice Hay Bodel Johannsen Eileen Carter Mary Potvin Clemence Beaulieu Mabel Wiggill Marge Mclaughlin 231. BENDIX Mel Marshall 255. Leo Macht Bea Nelson Robert Kempenaar Garth Barr 271. Clarence Sauter 235. Ernie Granson Don Bessie Vera Brown Rick Smith 224. HOLIDAY VILLAGE Dorothy Hodges 253. Ethel Styner HENDERSON LAKE PRO SHOP will be OPEN from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. commencing Wed. Dec. 12th thru Dec. 24th CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS Special golf In mint and ladlM left and right hand and Junior MU lor kldt under 12 priced from................................. 42 Gift Certificates Good for anytime of the year In the PRO SHOP New 74' styles in golf wear and new equipment PHONE EARL FRANCIS at 328-5154 285 Lois Aucoln 261 Dena Smith 298 Maria Jokuty 244 Pat Plomp 313 Irene Lynde 269 Alice Kolibas 284 Ruby Oseen Mitz Wooldridge 271. ALCON HEATING Albert Bleile Ellas Sawilla 258 Nona Kirby Joan Brown Murray Esazer Link Eva Link 226. Dave Miller Jack Tremblay 264 Bill Ferby 224. ALBERTA AGRICULTURE Rob Chernos 242 Sherry Clark 272 Randy Hislop Gayle Cox 230. Alex Szentes Keith Adamson Paula Zielke Harvey Haines Rita Alex- ander Helen McDowell 254. PEPSI Charlie Stakes Karin Campa Ed Carpenter Karen Carleton Herman Elfring Chris McTighe Jim Malcomson 231. VASA LODGE Gus Hegland Dwight Neis Bob Hanson 273. Will Ness Ed Zalesak Ann Aim Tim Larson Hilda Bianchi 281. Flo Seager Linda Zombori 221. CJOC Jock Mulgrew Diane Wilson 267. Joe Mynder Cherlye Bernhart 281 Neil Noble Tina Sheen Jack Kerr Den- nis Walshe Tim Matiock Dieter Bechtold 301. MAJOR CLASSIC TRIPLES Ken King 303 Ken Kurtz 294 Kim Kovacs 321 Hugh Christie Jeanette Smeed 339 Dot Anderson Jean Christie 355 Bob Costanzo 293 John Schaalje Abe Ennis Tino luvali 316. CIVIL SERVANTS Lyle Smyke Lena Moore 259. Bill Gray Tom Fleming Bev Swaren 312 Betty Swaren Bob Hirsche Byron Hirsche Alice Kolibas 295 John Erlckson 253. SENIOR CITIZENS Jack Stacey 237. All Bell Jim Arthur 246. Roy La Valley 253. Velma Miller Kathleen Bernhart Ben Evanson Frank Bernhan Irene Marcinko Hazel Wolte 106. CPR George Matchett 344 Bob Sinclair Alma Williams John Morris Robbie Howes Irma Oberg Elaine Sinclair 268 Curt Schweitzer 258. CHEC Tom Sanders Allan Brown John Schaalje Claudia Prince 264. Frank Prusak 298 Allan Lunan 269 Bill Willis Morley Richardson 220. YBC Roddy Ross Neal Nlshikawa 203. Bruce Hennlng James Thompson 205. YBC BANTAMS Sherry Kolibas Tom Richards Randy Tramel Ray Brown Ross Andreachuk Tracy Sinclair Victor Hrycyk 157. December 1973 -THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 m i i i iiaaaaBBamaaBBBi Neeld loses his eye A boost for Winter Games Ray today was named director of vice-president of the Games and Jack Public Relations for the 1975 Canada Winter Games manager of the Lethbridge Brewery who are res- to be hosted by Lethbridge and Southern ponsible for Morton's appointment. Making the announcement jointly were Vera Per- Goldsworthy threatens to reach 200-goal plateau MONTREAL While centre Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins continues to score goals at a pace that threatens to topple records set almost 50 years ago. right winger Bill Goldsworthy of Minnesota North Sters today is threaten- ing to become the first 200- goal man of a post-1967 expan- sion team. Goldsworthy scored five goals in Minnesota's three games last week and added three assists to vault into a fourth-place tie with left winger Richard Martin of Buf- falo Sabres in the individual scoring race. Goldsworthy and Martin each has 37 but trail Esposito by 29 points. The North .Stars winger's 21 goals tie him with Boston's Ken Hodge as runner-up to Esposito in the goal-scoring and gives him a total 177 goals since picked up by Minnesota from Boston in the 1967 expansion draft. Prior to moving to the Goldsworthy had six goals with the Bruins giving him 183 in National Hockey League play. His lowest goal total in the last four seasos was 27 last season. SCORING LEADERS G A P Plm Esposito. Bos....... 34 34 66 12 Bos............ 17 34 51 32 Hodge. Bos......... 44 12 Goldsw'ry. Min...... 21 16 37 33 But......... 19 18 37 6 Tor......... 14 21 35 6 Min 7 28 35 44 Bos...... 8 25 33 57 NY R....... 14 18 32 14 Mil........ 122032 0 NY 8 24 32 40 Van 6 25 31 14 Toi.......... 13 17 30 IS NY R 10 20 30 40 Mil 16 13 29 NY R....... 15 14 29 2 Cal....... 14 15 29 27 Pgh___ 131629 4 Pgh 13 16 29 10. Apps. Pgh.......... 11 18 29 10 Bui........ 12 16 28 0 Buf........ 11 17 28 6 Bos......... 9 19 28 0 Robert. Buf......... 8202818. It took Goldsworthy 29 games to pass the 20-goal equalling Martin's record of last which is the fastest any posM967-team player has broken the 20-goal barrier. This season Martin has 19 goals in 29 games. But neither Esposito nor Goldsworthy will be able to improve on their personal records tonight- when only three games are scheduled. California Golden Seals visit Montreal Canadians in one while Vancouver Ca- nucks are at New York Islanders and Detroit Red Wings entertain Los Angeled Kings. Meanwhile. Esposito remains five goals ahead of the goal-a-game pace Maurice Richard had with Montreal Canadiens in 1944-45 when he scored 50 goals in 50 games. The Rocket had 29 goals in his first 28 compared to Esposito's 34 goals. Bobby now playing- coach of the World Hockey As- sociation Winnipeg 27 goals after Chicago Black Hawks first 28 games in 1965- 56. but Hull had missed four of those games because of an in- jury. He scored 31 times in his first 28 games that which were Chicago's first 32 games. The last player to have a better pace than Esposito's current clip was Babe Dye of Toronto St. Patricks in 1924- 25. TORONTO Greg Neeld. who suffered an eye in- jury in a hockey game earlier this will have it re moved Wednesday. In a statement released Monday his father Norman said doctors felt com- plications might arise unless an operation was performed. The released through Toronto lawyer Alan Eagleson. said Greg hopes to return as a player despite the loss of his eye. Neeld. 18. was playing tor Toronto Marlboros when he was injured by a hockey stick during an Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A game Dec. 6 at Kitchener against the Rangers. Greg talked to Paul Henderson this evening and he told Paul that he was sure he would be back playing again quite the statement said. Eagleson said Neeld told who plays for Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey that he hoped to be back with the Marlboros this year. wife and 1 are very saddened by this tragedy but we know our son and we know he won't give the state- ment said. are sure he will be in- volved in hockey because he loves the game so Eagleson said the Marlboros had offered to spend whatever is necessary on research to devise protec- tive gear which would permit Neeld to play. The injury and Wednesday's operation is not expected to affect the vision in Neeld's re- maining eye. Eagleson said. Eagleson noted that several players have continued their hockey careers after losing an eye. 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