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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ___________.____________Wednesday, December 22, 1971 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 North Stars within live of top spot Blair happy with performance of lly IAN .MacLAINE imiiliiin Press .stuff Writer loquacious general manager now is a believer in the Punch Im- Uicli doctrine. When Wren Blair decided to Linematcs Dean Prentice. forgo plans lo win the Stanley Murray Oliver, M and Lou Cup with young legs alone, the Nanne, a youngster at 30 Minnesota Xorui .Stars Jnrl........ (oak a sudden upward twist. Two years ago Blah 11 was the only game sched- uled. Tonight action goes at Mont- real, with the Canadiens enter- taining Toronto Map'e LcaK while Pittsburgh Penguins visit i COULD I f B053CW A_ 1 POUND, PET? a 01 staked the North Stars to their j New York vaiicu. staked me man, tu UH.-H Foals Tuesday night in r, 3-2 win Canucks eo agnms, DC tin R d B Chicago Black Hawks never evertsAngeles-King to" to wnnin live pouns m ur ma vision-leading Chicago B 1 a c k les moves into M. Louis against h greybeards, but after a vision-leading Chicago B 1 a c K es mo with yeomen's service Hawks and opened up an almos the Blue from such National Hockey League patriarchs as Gump Worsley and Ted Harris, the Hawks ana openeu up an insurmountable 17-p o i nt lead j After three mediocre years o! over t h i r d -p 1 a c e California trying to develop his 1907 _ l i r.iuli 'iiYiiinrl vnnno otK Golden Seals. r tm.it Vischler's A YOUNG RANGER Mary Anne Young, wife of New York Rangers hockey Iroiner Jimmy Young gets on assist for helping their 15-monlh-old son Peter on skates, before gifts were handed out to the children at annual Rangers' Chrislmas party at New York's Madison Square Garden Monday. Enside Hockey sion dub around young legs, Blair finally broke with tradi- tion in an effort to improve by purchasing outright o r s 1 c y i from Montreal in February, I 1970. Harris, too, came from Mont- real in the June, 1970 draft, In between, Blair acquired NHL nomad Oliver from To-ii-i; i ronto Maple Leafs in what now Jll-gm. I must be considered a steal by the wily little tr.ider from Lind- say, Out. in exchange, the Stars gave T o r o n t o defenccman Terry O'Malley, who never did make it in the MIL. and forward ICXA-Y- LESS THAT} IDOLLAS.VO'JCWEj ME P K'SSlNVfwATL MOTHER J TSjOwYME, NOT HlCri EACH OTr.ER E FEEL I- Hoop tourney all set NHL pundits have been trying to decide whether Los Angeles Kings' owner Jack Kent Cooke pulled the worst trade in modern league history when he gave the Montreal Canadiens- defensemcn Dale Hoganson and Noel Price, goabe Denis DeJordy and forward Doug Robinson PLUS a fuluic consideration (likely a draft all for mediocre goalie Rogatien Vachon. The deal was so embarrassing that even Kings manager I airy Regan who would have known better than to give up Mich prime goods as tire talented young Hoganson and ex- po, icnccd DeJordy fir Vachon, the Canadiens' discard, has made it clear that- he had nothing to do with the deal. It was a Cookc solo and a lemon. ready for the 1971 j are the defending champions.: other all star from pa4 years, Brian Conache'i'who'was reluc-! Chmtmas 'basketball hosts of the event, Doug's j Frank Merc-ham, will lead the tan to return to hockey from menl set for the Civic Centre; of Lethbridge. Also set for ac- Braves attack histelevsion announcer's job in Dec. 27 and 28 a Monday and lion are the University of Edmonton will be strong and tint iTuesdav bridge Pronghorns and the rate a sccand look as pic-tom- uni. IULSUJJ. nev favorites with the likes of Dick DeKlcrk and Larry. No- Cougars drop Falcons easily CALGARY (Cn Hick! pass in the Calgary end Norndon scored three limes broke in alone to score. i been "hock.cy before. Tuesday night lo lead Calgary Ross Frisken was c a 11 e d I Cougars to an 11-1 win over upon to handle 43 shots for the Drumlieller Falcons in an Al- Falcons while Lemire turned Harry Sinden on what's wrong with the NHL today; "The trouble is that there's a shortage of talent on the front office level. Look at the St. Louis situation. They fire a guy (Sid Abel) and then make him general manager.'" Well, Harry, as you know there are at least four teams that would love to have you right now; two in the NHL and two in the WHA. New England of the WHA will even provide Sinden with a piece of the team. (jcnacner did come out of re- i Eight teams are in the chase Lcthbridge Community College tirement this year, but only j for fop in the modified i Kodiaks.Visiting teams will in- Botl; Wcr6 after Toronto sold him lo De-' double knockout tourney. Sev-! elude the Brou-ning Brave, river from for each 1 Medicine Hat College, Wk j solid peiloi nieis pi tne 111 Hotel of Cranbrook, Edmonton i versity of Alberta Golden Beais Bowl berta Junior Hockey game Tuesday night. League Ron Logan scored twice while Pete Sullivan. Tom Ball, Brian aside 29. Calgary look seven of 11 pen- alties, including the only mis- conduct of the game, to Bill 1 Cle olllIIVUII, 1U1II 13dll, AJJ Angeles Gre- at LEO SINGER'S for the late shopper! ALL TSE! Blades move up on Centennials upend Gas City Such famous names os Abbey, Liberty of London, Forsyth; Israeli, Gentry, Hardy Ames of London, George Chanel of France. All is our regular fine stock Regularly 3.00 to 8.50 GIFT SPECIAL Ry TI1K CANADIAN PIJlvSS The Western Canada Hockey League wrapped up its prc- Chrislmas action Tuesday night with one game in each of the eastern and western divisions. Calgary Centennials made il 15 victories in IB home-ice con- tests by ('limping-Medicine Hal Tigers 7-4 iu the wcsl while Sas- tNcw Weslminister lo mccl the only goal of the wcoml period, katooii Blades defeated visiting i Bruins and Medicine Hal plays Dennis. Abgrall scored twice Winnipeg Jets 5-2 in the cast. in Swift Current against the j for the Blades and Doug Man- The next games in the league I Broncos. chak. Tom Finder and Murray In Calgarv Tuesday night scored one goal each, fore fans, Ihe Centennials Brian Dick scorer, both Vunm- look a 3-0 lead in the first pc- I'CR riod and matched the Tigers The victory broke a threc- from then on. load- purr losing streak lor lin- ing 5-2 ailer Ihe second period. and extended Ihe .Ids' Derek Black led Calgary with ctnswnlivc hisses lo four two goals while Bob Nystrom. j Winnipeg was lagged with six Doug Horbul, Dan Gare, John of Id penalties and was outshot S e n k p i e 1 and Brian Walker 14il-.1l added one each. The Medicine Hal marskmen were Stan Weir, are Sunday, when Brandon Wheat Kings are in Winnipeg, Rcgina Pats arc in Calgary. Saskaloor visits Edmonton Oil Kings, Vancouver Nats arc in PYJAMAS By Aron, Forsylli, and Mr. Jeff. Regulars and tolls In all sizes. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL MEN'S POLO PYJAMAS C QO Reg. 7.95. Special ONE TABLE OF MEN'S SWEATERS Pulloveri and Cardigans in a wide of colors. Reg. to 00.00 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ilioice .99 BOYS' SPORT JACKETS and BLAZERS REGULAR AND KINGS Hill Christie, Derek Knntz and .Tim McCrinimon. Tire Tipors look ninn of 12 penalties and were oulshot fill- In .Saskatoon, the lilacles i-on- nccled on three goals in ihe elosinj; 20 minutes o[ play lo clinch victory. Watched hy l'.l-lfl spectators, ..lc Hlades sliced their uay In a 2-1 leir.l in the lir.M period he- fore Hie .lels rallied wilh Ihe leads cast wilh :W points. .Saskatoon is second with Brandon Ihird with 3-1, Flin Mon Bombers are fourth with "Si, Winnipeg is fifth wilh 27 and In the west, C.-b.'ary has 4S pir'nts for first, Kdmonton is second with -10, Medicine Mat Ihinl with New fourth wiih 3'l and Vancouver d Vicliuia have 10 Vanr cr i li'ht uins :l dclealh lo Victoria's 7 reconl. Broken sizos to clear. Reg. to 22.50. SPECIAL 4.99 Leo Singer and his staff wish to extend a very Merry Christmas and A Happy Now Your to all their many wonderful customers and friends! LEO SINGERS' MEN'S and BOYS' 214-5lh Slrecl S. "Wo hovo Hio clolhoi y011 nootl (or WEAR Phone 327-3958 lltf lifo ;