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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta lujflrf-Jf, Detembep 21, 1972 THI UTKW.IDO! HtPAlD II .Sabres pressing National League's Ing threa Second place just a victory away IJy IAN MacLMNk Canadian I'ms Writer t Kl-.xrs 4-1 if U'J strength of three tcason's third-pericKi I front-line opera develop (roiri DISPUTED GOAL Ycr' lo stop i Si. Louis Ehjej' Denny O'Sneo in the first period of Iheir NHL game r-ia'it. York disputed the goal saying Blues' Phil Roberto (vrhits jersey) wcs in the but offices ruled r.e held in by Dole Rolfe (ieftj. York went on to win f A P NVirephoto) Imlac-h txiaslwJ when Buffalo Sabres joined Na- tional Hockey League three vtars ago the wvjld U- the first o! the post 1K7 new- comers to win a Stanley Cup, It wasn't a surprising state- ment from one previous career as general man- i ager-coach of Toronto Maple Leafs had liberally Ev.irJtled. with anecdotes pre- dicted-on Some 'X his, wishful _ pre- dictions were to Lai on the his percentage of success about evened out the rf.vr-rsos. So fev: v.ith the kao-rv in hockey circles v.ere noticed snickering into the hack of their hands. Some junior picks la'er, combined 'Aith a.v- lute trades and the patience to allow others to mature, are paying off for the and fmiach. currently con', from a recent operation. Buffalo continued to the hierarchy oi the NHL'.s estab- lished East by dump- ing Vancouver Canucks C-3 night remairj just points out of second place. RANGERS EDGE AHEAD New York Rangtr: moved a shsre of ton Bruins, idle nigjit. by edging LOJJ.: v.Tiile r.adjerj moved three ahead the pack with victory over New Ycrk ACsnta L'J'.O the a: s French Connection ie top prvi'jcing unit in the ue to dale. e of t'ri" lAV.-tver records for I Gil Perreault, the No. 1 junior; Martin scored twice against Toronto j pick years ago. won the j the Canucks, as did another Marie Detroit Red i Calder Trophy in 1970-71 while ivt'cix, Hugh Harris, arxl Per- defeated Los Angeles j setting a rookie goals and reaul! picked up two assists as F'J.TJS 4-! and North prjint's swririg record. Richard Sabres extended their un- Stare nailed Cau'fo-cia Golden j Martin a rookie string at home this year with their 20th loss i Bra'.-; MiicGrc-gor in the perk'i. The .Ha.'jgers spotted St. Uiuis an lead snapp- ing three- behind Blues' rookie from Guy Lafleur srxi Yvai r.ef KilidJiiM! tlw Cana- vlctory. Bill Smith, in the poal, faced oniv 27 shots in Ira game to 29 by' Montreal rookie Michel Plaise. But most oi Smith's 23 Eaves were of the dangerous variety and his dar- ting pads and glove were in- rtrumental in the score respectable. The Elaci: Hawk vy.-tory Chicago kept well settled ui first place in the they have beer, getting pressure v.eeki. thinks Aloueltcs adequate Michels will be back TJ goalter.str Wayne Stephenson to Jt a into the middle per'joi a.nd opening a rnc-r- gm. i The Blues had a 33-10 eo'ge ir. '.s in t-.t two periods DJ'. untble to solve ve'.- i-.-en K'i Giacoinin's lie KKGINA Ssikatt ev.-an today i nounced the signing of Jo I'ayr.e to a c' riod scores by and Garry Ungor. y's go-ahead goal second period contest tt scores club. lie Sknen v. month afi the club. we need a solf course MONTREAL 'CP1 John M.'-J he !s. coach vrlth said for fyrther' en po Montreal of Cin.i'iisn Fvxivsll said he met with Ssm Berger. Alouettes hours V.'tdnesday and Lsstd each s ay of thinking.1' Miohtls. who pis yed In head coach: CFL Li 19rj6 with Vrinniptg Blue HornrxiTS, is of Etveral can- didates expected to meet with Berger managtr J. for I. Aibro "we dis- i ooachJrg football j Sam cirdirifcior v.iih the of day r.c during VANCOUVE? Mrs, Lombardi lias her pick offensive co-; New England 'L soiJd ground'' SPORT BoAvliiig scores I PRE-aUILT y.-'f- i i-.j'-a E i i i'-i, i RIGA'? Albrc-CTil ir.g job. i The cfctf rnc-nlor's spot with the Larks vacant ear-, lier this v.'hen Sam Et-! i cheverry a three- year tenure. i PER.SO.VNEL ADEQUATE Michels said in an in before'.iDg Eerger that he 13 mildly faniilicr v.'ilh the any research on fht playc-r'-; rcji I've talked to in the CFL ar.d from I saiher the person- is .Tiort than adequate." During the there --vere report? on dis- who tlippfi from a Grey Cup win in 1970 4-10 record Michels he knows all tf-e dissension but feels this cvjid be cured by winning if he got coach's job. he wcrjld be airrJns at the Grev Cup. "Yu'i is-.f- to thst a :.s a strange? BL-ffcb........... '3 ATLANTA TORONTO will be p'j'Ur.a !or Redskins b-j'. i tii Mill round piayo'; v.-arm Ep..'t for riaturiih-. Kr- ere there [or so but I ha--a to hifiston. cer'ct the Ir-p.m." or.e of .er parsed av ay j. L'nty made me an offi- the theory here ro-jirjri't a Na- Foo'.hcii League v.iln- i blue-eved ..o.-Tibardi, bio ar.d vivacious. l p prorr.oring Ihe Mnce Trophy, a 45- I bloik cf zizr-.'.'.t be Jan, ;3 in i Houi'.on to coCtge Tne award is 1 hy the PMlzry Club of Hyjrpn v.ith proceeds ;o the Canter Srxie'y. 1 Mrs. an fan who missed only r.vo games iri 12 years v.iien her husband I ccieehed the Packers, said i that ocly a compk-ie revtrsal c-o-jld the frorr: mating the Super So.-i. the start o: the season, T predicted the three best in the league v.ould be j Miami. Washington and Sian she added. be- lieve i: te Miami and in Eov.'l, but don't ask ni-2 to i pick that one." TORONTO 'CFl Mwcfnr S-'l'.-rt.-- rieparteri (or home (r> f the players the gifts re- ceived in London, Ont., prior uesday night's exhibition set of golf clubs. Tne clubs, gift of Ca- nadian sportijig goods com- pany, were presented trie Russian players in pre-jame Union is de-'oid of the lush layouts that dot the North American coun- tryside. And there are no im- mediate pians to any, But there may be one sav- ing grace, AiKirey Starovoitov, cnef de mission fw the Selects, says there is a game in Russia simitar to go'f. call it said prefer. T.Iirhsnl Kyshak though the rules were t.1ar'orl. Ryshak left the the geme could be pbyri on s miniature golf crj-iirse. Nol all Ihe Selects, completed their eight-game tour of Eastern Canada with En win over Toronto borers Vi'ednesday night, T-vere impressed wi'h their clubs. One sports store re- port erf that three men, identified as Ku- slan players, er.tered his siore Wednesday U> exchange their goli clubs for something more skates or Caca- He said he Eccornmodajed them v.-hen thiey told hirn no golf courses in Russia on %vhich lo test tijelr new equipment. "SHOEMAKERS TO CANADA'S BEST DRESSED MEN" Plain Tos Tie in imported Water Bison shewn! CAMM'S 403 5th S. Nf RANGEHS S ST. LOUIS i s, i i. DELPHI fe aP- LEATHER i giFl fsr en your Chnitmoi HANDBAGS BOOTS VEIVET PAINTINGS HALTERS BRIDLES BLANKETS SADDLES TEXAS LONGHORNS SPECIAL DISCOUNT fftcf now till Chritfmoi 10% McCALLUM'S SADDLERY 116 1st S. Phone 373 6363 CPR 'i' to crack i i HY I Lilh' taken to hospital 1 Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince ovei tonight. the pain, Sun CIVIL ?ERVICF ;