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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THJ LlTHBRiOO; HEM ID Dttember 52, 1975 "s lop sposito inister? rot -j Car.i'ia's first ItalU-n but as the s> Team popularity centa C an ad as nt o -1 i u e piavtr. But in the snr.uM of heroics, he was routed as ers across the country, con- "Canada's first Italian p-ime ducted by The Canadian RIDERS' NFvV COACH J hn fc-yne, right, an Roughricsrs, ever r. wif'n Rc'jgr.'es' ce- Ken Frestcr., Pcyre wcs ricked he-sd cccc'n repicdrcj Ccve Cntuicks skate to 7.0-2 S ugar or e TII (KSJ. O It 1 Leth- distant second In the voting while baseball pitcher Fergu- son Ji-rkirs was third ajxl Henderson fourth. rr.an Booby Orr of the Bruins fifth. Jenkins, the Chatham, Ont., native who plays for Chicago Cubs, was the male ath- lete of the year wren Esposito K lee tors in the poll were to jive first, second and third choices and ballots were g-adcd on a points oasis. Flspe-sUo won this year with 271 points. 141 more than Fi- lion. Jenkins fed 89 points, Henderson 72 and Orr Bl. f-1 first-place votes to on'y 35 for Fillon, Henderson and Orr both re- ceived i2 first-place votes while Jenkins got five. But Jerxi.ns got more second- a-nd third-place mentions. K 30-vear-c-ld native i o- siuit Ste. Marie. Ont.. has i r.een overshadowed by Or.- wh-o v.-as named the coun- try's top star in n a recently-published Tio; Brothers Esposito. in v.-rich Phil collaborated b r o t h e r Tony, the Bruins centre said i he ne-.-er minded the publicity Orr sot i and I'm just an ugly Italian But vhen- the put its :n thr- exhibition i sents last September, Orr not yet recovered from i knee surgery as-stjmed ur.offi- c; learfership of the team. i for Team Canada and cm-t-rsed as the individual leader vrith se'-en goal: and six as-'iits ir, the vas also one of the ou-.ipoKen of Team Can- Tv.rn lor. tvo of t'.': first garner and. after SPORT Stopping Hull not that easy By Tllf: CANADIAN PKKSS .'.IcMahon for at least seven cJavs. He suffere'J a broken Minnesota Fighting EamLscf in thigh at Excellent work in goal by vet- JacV: McCartsn, a last- replacement for injured Mike Currari, Vno -A-eatfiered a attack, was a big plus J nci I for the -Jinncrj, but coach iVll i Mi S-jnmor paid tribute to team's defensive tactics. i i HOT- do you stop Hull' AVlil )l a'S'C "It's says Sc-nmor. "Dont give him a chance to wind up." Jl In aarr.es, Cleveland Crusaders defeated New York j P idcrs 6-2, Los Angelas Sharks Tris year marks the W.h sn- tif.-d Ottawa Nationals 4-4 in! niveroary of tr.e Kinsmen r rne and Alberta Oilers Spor-tsman's Dinner ar.d v-ith it New England vrnsltrs i- are a number o! changes in the A crov.d of fj'fa turned out in One of the major change; I see the game at St. Paul, mark- be ilenrv IT HAD TO SE PHIL Phil E-.c-'to c of the chipped in --v.tr. his lead ha.- heen to a -.-oii. Eoln sinsie poir.t by vamrnatft Ryan Tirn O'Donnell and Ron s '..'.U'': ers Kings IV; York (earn lost u-vkv. Hod bruised left -KV. Cut WOSLD t T F A 1 n7 f 'tl L T F A c 't' l: 1 iJ7 '3 C til 1 r< "u j! 2 1J7 1 i 'A i 4 HCCKEY SCCPE5 CAMM'S 5th SHOES "Minor PAHOEP; 7lU. Of v. 27 since I this n.-' A'iarn-. I'm r as I v..v-. li-it lt'% Make Tracks with ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES t SERVICE 4M tit Sooth WWW MT-WI4 or ;