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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 If HBBIOCE HERAID T'jJiday, December 1 1172 but lie's moving Sabres' Meehaii red hot of late ANDY CAPP MONTRF.AL, born centre, is gen- the hirh-sccriiiE lice of Giibert erously to the success, of his Rene Ro'oel ar.d Penguin 10 goals and 19 assists. In his That lied Apps v.-'.i. i'errcault first 17 games ho had sis goals for the most joints counted in and sbc assists. E'.-'-'-ard has added cred- ADM is er.jovbe h_s fastest Included in his recent pe Sabres' belter NHL star: and has sained a formance is a sis-point out- poir.ts harvest of his o-vn in re- burst, three goal? and three a 'hii season a cent aa.-y.es. sisU. during last Wedr." da flf has has coliectc'l poim; 9-1 over New York L J on 'he nottest coa.-sconr.g tcday by the lesr-e show that team cap- opposition Eoalits for IT goals in his las" 16 husky slx-'C'X. two-inch, pound native o' Toronto has scored at least or.e soal in 13 of those 15 sa rr.es Included :n per- formance are four game-win- ning goals in his last 11 games, a which ties him with sev- eral other players for the lead in that statistic. Mc-ahan's total of 13 also his eight oa'v or.e fewer than he scored in 77 games last season, and only short of hi.; personal 'nigh of 24 v.-hich he scored in 1S70-71. All in his las! 14 games by v.-ay of ers. SPORT one game this seaswi ix. Pc-r- ifault scored two and as- 'isted in four others Oct. 22 a am t Atlanta In scoring race. Phi! Es- roeito o' Boston Eruins leads .ith points, including a league-leading W Jac- ques Lemaire of Montreal Ca- r-'di'ns the leader T 27 is second v-ith -W points, one more than Robert t.'-d tv.rj more than %in of Cnicaso Black Va ki filth with 43 points. followed by Bobby Clarke of Philadelphia Flyers with 42 and 41. "Rod C-ill-.ert of Vjr: Rangers also has 41. THEN COOK IT YER-5ELF f (illerKtl I or more axciteinenl Pro Softball League in store Kansas City bid gets more time CHICAGO f AP j The Xa- Tne committee Indicated tional H-'xiriev LesE-e Monday probably rrviet in ded until jar.- 2-i the dead- York shortly after the Jan. tin Cournoyer have 40 points Rr_, dD CCP TORONTO f CP i The North watch 1-0 games. We have American Softball Lf-ag'je. en- gt[ sorn-r; hiw and running team.s in the j vrJ! tamper with currtnt fa5t- ir.ic Ihh time. Vi'c're going tstchsrj on.11 Lit man o v.-iu-: run.'1 sai-j of ir.itiaJ Eta.vjn, Lit- are rc-commendirig v.iil schedule r.ot aftc-r Litman said the v.ith teams vhitin? v.-ith open books of Friday and cheques. rd Suwlay jrj to Toronto, fran- already have to Washington. St. Mobile, Ala., and put the belt nir.e play- u fo, Ve7; ers in jntyp tn- team rf, :rj y t :rid the nine ____i-_ ._ JT-'O .ill be Bowliii scorevS CflP9.l i conversation miss hurt ckadline to act flnal'y tr.J? group ;o satLji'y rec'Jremer.f.s Kansas City trzxx'rlx. foT an XHL rrar.chise h-egirjiir.g It iias been reported chat fail- ;n the season. ure of Kansas City to Tr.e firsnce corfiTnittee requirements 'A'culd received, from a group headed bring NHL corsuJerauon of CLr.- V I cv Ed-Ain G. Thompson, plars cinnati. Clc-velaMl. IndianapolLs ior coMtruction of "an accept- or Phoeniz as an alternate. aMe areca on Unior, Station i in i Cuy. t Tr.o s'd'om: tied general ir.dus- I "ial district. i Kansas and i D.C.. TS'ere granted cordiuonal NHL last Jure for the of the sesioc. H o TT ever, core- MEMPHIS. f AP J plications hiz onsnal plars o: Jim FilOng In for sus- Kansas City ETVJP a ponded firyj comity piar. to firjar.ce bui'din? three passes Monday of a stadium was resetted by night as Georgia Tech upit'. voters in a Nov. 7 referer.ojm. j State 31-SO in the Lirxrrty i EiTrl U.S. footbaJ! game j v.hen an t'.vo-poir.t con- At a fiill ot try- i version feU w- governors Dec. 4-5. Kansas City left. GKEEVS SHOES until to Stevtr.5. who saw action b. re'.ised plans. After Myr.day s lif'-td Tech to a 23-24 v.itn _ board chairman of rsmairJ.i? third and William Vr'inz of tcorir.g pass of the nisht. a Cnicaso, c'nairroan of the three-yard to K e v i s j nance :hU .Mc-Namaxa. rxirrjemL'g fur'-Vjr the r.-on- a on a ;V" ''V.'p; Lna: frorr. George to v :.j re cfyr.'.pletedi accord- '-fi or.e ,'Vi: an conversior. faJied v.hen IZf'tO HAD SET DEADLINE EiGLSS Skrien Papie for job Mo-A.shan, at a the v.as. for rnUsing a yf.-A' coach Jojrn .prtyr.ft rx; Irx; roach of the Foot- bail CorJerer.re dijrirjtf tr.'r consider 'Alii UA a for- rr.ijlsv- Other planning trip to Florida Johr.r.y Minor hockey roundup Allan L-jvsl three ,-rf.. capped sir.jles did of aw, gave the Tom .Vsjv. rrr- -win ir.e Fslcons in fov War'c fe fevers. !i-{ s- Ktv.n John y f j. p ar.d Androkovtoh .cored ,s Faicors. _ h Xir, 11 i- rJfZ.ify.f., fJij'Ji rCfrlly arjd the MAriar.fii i sr.d s -Vi o- er s :App-; fit Virxrp; T o rj rj C'-fik ar.d Trtxeya.vi ard vvh f r. r f; e FjS'e sr.d f replied Tor ex ar.d Rftiriir'jh- For goal.-, er. ar.r! of ftrX 'r.o fo s or1.; tr.o instarce." ro I one a -Atek ar.d that Csii- as as for pitchers dcminarbe the groups have indicated in- wetiiKids' ar.-d uher players' During the lease's first three same and we're to teres: in joining the league. range yperavion: the frar.- 13 move the mound back either "We already have overtures ar.d chLs-es he from Ma- i twrj or four feet. from six cities in California hut rxr diipari'.y JCT Softball !TJC. fa: scale at until a year. JUST RECEIVED! ALL ON SALE FOR MANY STYLES .44 LADIES' NYLON NORTHENER LADIES' NYLON Reg. 14.68 Rrtg. 14.33 nov; LADIES' MELTON NORTHENER LADIES' MELTON COATS LADIES' PLAID P.eg. S35 LADIES' OVERSIZE LADIES' SUEDINE COATS Reg. 533 LADIES' VELQUR COATS Reg. 35.33 LADIES' FUR TRIMMED Reg. 54.83 fJOW MANY WORE STYLI TO CHOOSE FROf NIGHTLY TIL ;